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2010-02-18 11:12:55
SHIEL, M.P
London: John Lane, 1895. First Edition. In the Keynotes Series, with decorations by Aubrey Beardsley. Queen’s Quorum. Some cloth fading and very moderate wear; very good. Presentation copy; inscribed by the author on the title page, “F.A. from M.P. Shiel.” F.A. (Fytton Armstrong) was better known as John Gawsworth, King Juan I of Shiel’s fantasy kingdom, Redonda. With the Realm of Redonda bookplate of Shiel and Gawsworth. On the front free endpaper, Gawsworth has provided a census of his own copies of this title, listing two other copies inscribed to him (we are aware of the location of one of those, inscribed identically to this one). The recipient spent the last two decades of his life drinking, selling off books and manuscripts to fund binges at a local pub which served as his palace.
Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc. [US]
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2010-02-17 11:47:21
ORPHEUS EVERTS
CINCINNATI: THE ROBERT CLARK CO., 1895. INSCRIPTION ON FIRST END SHEET, COMPLIMENTS OF THE AUTHOR: TO A. W. WHELPLY,COVER AND SPINE VERY WORN, 3INCH TEAR IN SPINE, PAGES 123& 125 HAVE RAGGED EDGES, AUTHOR WAS A SURGEON FOR THE UNION IN THE CIVIL WAR, TEXT PAGES CLEAN
Bookseller: jerry w. lomax [U.S.A.]
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2010-02-16 18:14:49
Barclay, Edgar
London: D. Nutt, 1895. First edition. Very good. Hardcover. Dark red cloth, the boards lined in black; spine titles gilt. T.e.g. Six engraved plates, many folding. In addition, there are many full page and textual illustrations. Expertly rebacked with original spine, lightly worn, laid-on. An important work on Stonehenge.
Bookseller: Thorn Books
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2010-02-16 17:09:18
Willard, Captain Benjamin
Portland.: Lakeside Press., 1895. Portland. Lakeside Press. 1895. Bound in pictorial gilt decorated blue cloth with pictorial gilt coat of arms to front cover. t.e.g. 8vo. (6.0" x 9.0"). First Edition. This copy inscribed by the author in ink to front free end sheet. Illustrated throughout by monochrome photographs, drawings, etc. A very scarce copy. Head and tail pieces rubbed. Corners mildly bumped. A Near Fine bright copy.
Bookseller: Heldfond Book Gallery, ABAA-ILAB [U.S.A.]
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2010-02-16 00:40:25
Holland, Mary A. Gardner
B. Wilkins & Co., Boston. Boston: B. Wilkins & Co., 1895. First edition [1895] in very good condition with minimal wear. The story of the hundreds of women who volunteered as nurses alongside the Union Army during the Civil War. Illustrated in black and white with a frontis portrait of the author in purple tones. Brown cloth lettered and decorated in gilt and black, 548 pages. Light scuffing to the extremities, minor shallow creasing to the upper corner of the front cover from begin bent just a little too far, good hinges, sound text block, very clean pages free from names or other markings. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC [East Granby, CT, U.S.A.]
2010-02-10 15:45:37
Beck, Julius; Meggendorfer, Lothar
Esslingen: J.F. Schreiber, 1895. Hardcover. Good -. 3rd edition. [2], 16 p.: color illustrations; 29 cm. Red cloth spine with paper over boards. Color illustrated front cover. Identified as publisher's No. 127 at foot of front cover. Title page in red and black. No publication date, but probably about 1895. Title vignette. Illustrations are by Lothar Meggendorfer. Former owner's name on front fixed endpaper: Gilbert C. Fry. Contains: Der böse Julius -- Die Lampenmarie -- Der lachende Willi -- Die weinende Sofie -- Die unartige Laura -- and Der Pulverfritz. Many illustrations are of late 19th-century German toys. In Good- Condition: cover slightly soiled; ends of spine slightly frayed; pages are detached and consequently some edges are chipped; old damp stain at upper corner, not impacting text of illustrations. Extremely scarce.
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera
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2010-02-09 21:04:32
Detaille, Edouard
n.p: 8 June 1895. in French. 1 vols. 8vo. Detaille Declines Publication. A fine letter, written in an elegant hand by the highly popular 19th Century painter of French military scenes. Old folds, else fine.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-02-08 00:16:38
HOLMES, Oliver Wendell
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, 1895., 1895. The Riverside Edition. Complete in 13 volumes; 8vo (H: 7¾ x L: 15 inches). A very decorative set bound by Ringer in contemporary dark blue half morocco with raised bands, gilt titles and extra gilt to spines; gilt rule to marbled boards; marbled end papers; top edges gilt. A beautiful, clean and sound set.
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books
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2010-02-07 15:00:44
Upton, Bertha
Published by Longmans, Green & Co., 1895. 1st edition.. Hardback. Good. Illustrated by Upton, Florence. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. Brown cloth spine. Oblong format. Pictorial boards. Covers grubby, spine discoloured, edges worn. Some hinges cracked. A few faint margin marks, otherwise contents bright and clean with one or two marginal tears. [S]
Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books
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2010-02-02 18:11:25
Leslie, Frank
Bryan, Taylor & Co, New York, 1895. Folio. xxix; 528pp. Decorated maroon cloth with gilt. Head and tail of spine and edges bumped, rubbed and worn and the corners are worn. Blue and red marbleized edges. Marbleized endpapers with previous owner's stamp. One leaf is sperated but intact. "A complete history of the Civil War and descriptive articles by Rossiter Johnson, General Fitzhugh Lee, John Clark Ridpath, General John T. Morgan and George L. Klimer". Good - condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2010-01-31 00:46:41
[Civil War]. [Armstrong, Gen. Frank C. 1834 - ]. Joyce, Col. John A [lexander 1842 - 1915]
Washington DC: Gibson Brothers, 1895. 1st edition. Presentation copy. Red cloth binding with gilt spine lettering & boards ruled in blind. A VG+ copy (bit of spine sunning/light soil to cloth).. 245 pp. Frontis of Joyce. 12mo. 5" x 7 3/8" Armstrong a respected member of the Confederate miliatary senior guard, having served with Polk & Jackson. Long laudatory inscription from Joyce to Armstrong on the ffep: "Inscribed to / Genl Frank C. / Armstrong with / the respect that / a genuine soldier / of the "Blue" has / for a genuine / soldier of the "Gray" / John A. Joyce / Author / Washington D.C. / Nov. 25th 1895".
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [US]
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2010-01-29 22:50:19
Boston: The Shortstory Publishing Company, 1895. Quarter cloth and marbled papercovered boards. Bound issues starting with No. 1: October 1895 thru No. 12: September 1896. Bound with ads, but without wrappers. Modest edgewear, rear hinge tender, light tidemark in the margins of the last couple of issues, very good. The first twelve issues of the influential short story magazine. Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2010-01-28 08:54:19
Zieber, Eugene
Philadelphia, Department Of Heraldry Of The Bailey, Banks & Biddle Company, 1895. Closed tear to the title. Very good copies all in the original elaborately blind-tooled cloth. Professionally recased with matching gilt-blocked spines; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 427 pages; Minor library marks remain. Description: 1 p. L. , 427 p. Col. Front. , illus. , plates (part col. ) coats of arms. 28 cm. Subjects: Heraldry--United States. 5 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-01-19 16:17:00
Robinson, Wirt
Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1895. First edition, 8vo, pp. x, 194; chromolithographic frontispiece and 3 chromolithograph plates (all of ornithological subjects) after Keulemans, double-page tinted lithograph map, folding hand-colored map, many illustrations in the text, some full-page; a fine, bright copy in original pictorial green cloth stamped in silver and black, the silver untarnished, t.e.g. Natural history in the Caribbean and South America. American Traveller Abroad, R-48: "The author was a lifelong soldier and educator, at Harvard and the US Military Academy, who combined his profession with his interest in natural history. This is the account of a trip to the tropics to collect ornithological specimens in 1892. It is interestingly told, with many photographs and illustrations and with observations of the people as well. A good bibliography is given on Colombia and Curaçao.". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2010-01-17 13:01:36
SMITH, Laura Grover
The Evening Wisconsin Co.), (Milwaukee, 1895. First edition. Tall octavo. Blue cloth. Illustrated from photographs. Top of the title page is trimmed, probably to remove an owner's name, and affecting no printing, else near fine. The book, which consists mostly of portraits of American Bishops, has been used by a former owner as an autograph album, affixing the signatures of all but one of the pictured Bishops, mostly with signatures cut from letters, as well as with the signatures of other Bishops not pictured. Contains over seventy Signatures. Included are successive Presiding Bishops of the Episcopal Church of America, John Williams and Thomas March Clark; Henry Benjamin Whipple, who worked tirelessly for Native Americans; the first African-American member of The House of Bishops, Samuel D. Ferguson, Missionary Bishop to Cape Palmas in Liberia, the first Liberian Episcopal Bishop, and the founder of the Cuttington Collegiate and Divinity School there; and the signature (but not portrait) of the first African-American Episcopal Bishop, James T. Holly, Bishop of Haiti. A particularly nice collection of autographs. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2010-01-14 20:27:45
HENTY, G. A.
TORONTO HUNTER, ROSE & COMPANY PUB 1895. VG+/NONE. THIS APPEARS TO BE THE CANADIAN FIRST EDITION OF "RUJUB, THE JUGGLER" WITH 1895 ON THE TITLE PAGE DARK BLUE CLOTH WITH BLACK EMBOSSED PICTORIAL FRONT COVER. BOOK IS VERY NICE WITH BRIGHT GILT SPINE TITLES ON A BIT DARKENED SPINE, CHEAP PAPER OF THE TEXT IS TANNED BUT NOT BRITTLE, AND A TRACE OF WEAR AT THE CORNERS AND SPINE ENDS. AN EXCELLENT CLEAN AND TIGHT COPY OF A RARE HENTY ADULT TITLE. FIRST EDITION. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: JOHN LUTSCHAK BOOKS [BURLINGTON, WI, U.S.A.]
2010-01-09 20:17:48
ANONYME
Encre sur papier, 1895. Fine. Encre sur papier Fin XIXème, 27 x 21 cm. - Original ink drawing. Signature stamp of the artist's signature in the lower right of the work and signature monogram stamp of the artist angle; signature stamp on the back of the workshop. Mention handwritten on the back, in pencil, title, and date: 1895 Very nice condition.. Provenance: the artist's studio, referenced to catalog Atelier Louis Anquetin (Thierry de Maigret, 28/11/08). Louis Anquetin, Étrépagny born in 1861 and died in Paris in 1932, is an important French painter. He began his career with avant-garde artists such as Vincent van Gogh and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. With Émile Bernard, he is the inventor of Cloisonnisme. From 1884 to 1893, Louis Anquetin continues to explore new opportunities introduced by the release of Impressionism in French painting. From 1893, after a long confrontation with the "old masters", he adopts a bias pictorial that will line the general art movement, and take away from his friends. Dazzled by the baroque art and its creative force, so he thinks his childhood friends were involved in a pathway leading to the death of painting. He believes in a "perfect painting" which is embodied in the re-remember the lessons of Michelangelo and Rubens among others. His work becomes more conventional, he advocated a return to business by offering to reflect on the a priori conditions of any possible form of art in accordance with the rules of perspective and anatomy, as practiced by the masters the sixteenth and seventeenth century. Leaving only a few works that can be desc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2010-01-05 08:45:42
AMICIS.EDMONDO DE.;
Henry T.Coates & Co.Philadelphia.,1895. TWO VOLUMES.47 mono photographic plates.Fine copies in publishers green coth with elaborate gilt decoration to front board and spine.Spine also lettered in gilt.Top edge gilt.Previous owners name on front free endpapers otherwise fine,bright copies in original green cloth dustwrappers,lettered in gilt to the spines.Both volumes housed in the publishers green cloth slip-case,with gilt lettering and decoration to one end.Paper panel on back of slip-case is worn and rubbed.Beautiful fine copies.Scarce in this condition.Looks unread.:
Bookseller: Paul Foster Books
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2010-01-02 18:29:34
Marey, E.J
New York: D. Appleton, 1895. First American edition. 200 Illustrations. xv, 323, [8, ads] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Important and comprehensive work by pioneer of instantaneous photography, especially chronophotography, and its applications to the study of movement. Red cloth. Fine fresh copy.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-01-02 14:35:39
[L Bernard Libraire-Editeur]
Paris; L. Bernard [1895?], 1895. First Edition. All edges gilt. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a gilt-blocked title. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 88 pages; Description: 124 p. , 2 l. Incl. Front. , illus. (incl. Plans; plates. 16 cm. Subjects: Versailles (France) --Guidebooks.
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.
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2010-01-01 20:08:25
Chambers, Robert W.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1895. First English edition. Hardcover. Near fine. 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.
Bookseller: Thorn Books [US]
2009-12-09 15:26:55
Machen, Arthur
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.. 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). 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.
Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.
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2009-12-09 15:26:55
Machen, Arthur
Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB [Elizabethtown, NY, U.S.A.]
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2009-12-08 12:04:46
Cram, Ralph Adams
Chicago: Stone & Kimball, 1895.. Small octavo, pp. [1-12] [1-3] 4-150 [151] [152: blank] [153: colophon] [154: blank] [155-170: ads] [171-172: blank] [note: first and last leaves are blanks], title page printed in orange and black, original decorated tan cloth, front, spine and rear panels stamped in yellow green, gray-green endpapers with floral pattern printed in green, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. First edition. This collection of six tales of the supernatural is an American fantasy cornerstone. "... foremost for horror fans is a small collection BLACK SPIRITS & WHITE ... hailed as one of the most extraordinary volumes of terror tales published. It includes his best-known story of a frightening journey through 'The Dead Valley,' which Lovecraft [in Supernatural Horror in Literature] singled out for praise." - Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, p. 58. "Excellent local color; transitional between the Victorian personal ghost story and the Edwardian interest in supernatural evil." - Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 442. "No. 252 Rue M. le Prince" is one of the very best haunted house stories. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 2-16. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 204. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 99. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-62. Bleiler (1978), p. 52. Reginald 03535. Wright (III) 1245. Kramer 52. 1898 Christmas gift inscription on first blank, hint of darkening to spine panel and two very tiny water strikes to front panel, a bright, nearly fine copy. A handsome copy of this at … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2009-12-06 15:49:23
SHAKESPEARE, William
London, Blackie & Son, 1895., 1895. Small 4to. Edited by Henry Irving and Frank A. Marshall, with life of Shakespeare by Edward Dowden. 7 page preface by Irving. Illustrations by Gordon Browne, Frank Dodd, W.H. Margetson, Maynard Brown and others, together with facsimiles and maps. Contemporary 1/2 brown morocco over green cloth, t.e.g., uncut (probably the original binding). The spines with contents listed in gilt with a heart shape design. Very good. 8 volumes. An Attractive readable set.. Hardcover. [Attributes: In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Houle Rare Books & Autographs [US]
2009-12-06 05:07:04
HAMSUN, KNUT:
Kbhvn. 1895. 301 s. Orig. komp. hellrd. Meget velholdt eksemplar
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2009-12-05 18:20:47
Seidel, Anton
New York: D. Appleton, 1895. First edition in the original 27 parts, folio; 25 mounted illustrations in color, 4 mounted illustrations in b&w, 25 photogravure plates, and illustrations after photographs and paintings throughout; a very good set in the original tan wrappers printed in red and black, scattered minor chipping and creasing to edges, a few with areas of sunning to front wrapper, part III with scattered small stains to margins of front wrap, part XVIII with small area of creasing and tearing at spine, and part XXVII with front wrap detached (but present); in a new cloth clamshell box. Meant to be bound in two volumes--volume I being "Text" (pp. 236) and volume II being "Music " (pp. 348)--each part contains portions of both volumes in sequential order; the title pages, printed in red and black, and front matter for each volume are in part XXV. Notes to the subscriber mounted to the inside back wrapper of pts. XXIV and XXV announce the publication of two supplemental parts (XXVI & XXVII); instructions to the binder are mounted inside back wrapper of part XXVII. A lavish production profusely illustrated. The "Music" portions of the parts contain not only printed compositions, but also lessons on piano and singing techniques. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [US]
2009-12-03 20:59:37
Spenser, Edmund
New York: Dodd, Mead, 1895. Special, Limited edition No. 2. of 25 copies printed, signed by the artist George Wharton Edwards (1859-1950) American impressionist painter and illustrator and author of several books of travel and historical subjects, a member of the Cos Cob Art Colony in Connecticut; pages; title page and frontispiece illustration in gold and red; rest of the text in black and white in an Arts and Crafts style, beautifully executed; bound in faux-vellum paper covered boards, elaborately gilt and decorated; green watered silk endpapers and each leaf of the book tipped-on via the same green silk, each page being on a cardstock-weight paper; binding very soiled and worn; contents in very good condition.. Signed by Illustrator. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good. Illus. by George Wharton Edwards. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Certain Books, ABAA [Westhampton, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-12-03 20:14:54
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).
Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers
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2009-12-01 19:42:28
RACKHAM, ARTHUR
(1895). (RACKHAM, Arthur). THE SKETCH-BOOKS OF GEOFFREY CRAYON, GENT. By Washington Irving. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1895. The Van Tassel edition, with four plates by Arthur Rackham. In two volumes. Large 8vo., white cloth, decorated in gilt and blue, t.e.g; xx + 294pp., 315pp. This is a fine, bright set with a touch of dust soiling to the edges and a little foxing to the boards, in red cloth jackets., Fine
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-11-30 13:56:20
NEWNES GEORGE [EDITED BY]
Newnes, U.K. 1895. Half Leather. Good/No Jacket. WEIGHING 10 kg /22 lb net SO PLEASE EMAIL FOR SHIPPING RATES FOR DELIVERY OUTSIDE THE UK. Volumes 5 - 10, 1893-5, six months in each book. With many articles and stories of the day and profusely illustrated with black and white line drawings.Volume Five - 652 pages, size 9.5 inches tall by 6.5 inches. Contains 6 Sherlock Holmes stories by A. Conan Doyle : The Adventure of the Cardboard Box; The Adventure of the Yellow Face; The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk; The Adventure of the "Gloria Scott"; The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual; The Adventure of the Reigate Squire, Illustrations by Sidney Paget. Volume Six - 724 pages. Contains 5 Sherlock Holmes stories : The Adventures of the Crooked Man; Resident Patient; Greek Interpreter; Naval Treaty; Final problem. Volume Seven - 672 pages. Volume Eight - 764 pages. Contains a 5 page article by Conan Doyle, "Alpine Pass On Ski," Illustrated with photographs of Conan Doyle and 2 further stories; Lord of Chateau Noir Illustrated by W B Wollen and Medal of Brigadier Gerard also illustrated by Wollen. Volume Nine - 716 pages. Contains 3 stories by Conan Doyle; How the Brigadier Held The King; Held the Brigadier; Brigadier Slew The Brothers of Ajaccio with illustrations by Wollen. Volume Ten - 804 pages. Contains 4 stories by Conan Doyle; How the Brigadier Came to the Castle of Gloom; Bragadier Took the Field Against the Marshal Millefleurs; Brigadier was Tempted By the Devil; Bragadier Played For a Kingdom also illustrated by Wollen. Books - Very Good original half dark green, lea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John T. & Pearl Lewis [United Kingdom]
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2009-11-29 16:58:11
Weatherly, F.E., E. Nesbit [and others]
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).
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books
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2009-11-28 01:15:34
(Polo)
Hamilton, MA: Ca. 1895. The photo shows the four-man team, mounted and holding their mallets, on the Myopia field, goal just visible at the left. 1 vols. 4-1/4 x 4-3/4 inches, mounted. 1895 Myopia Polo Team Photograph. Of all the New England polo clubs, notes Bent, the Myopia Club at Hamilton, some 25 miles from Boston, is the best known and has the greatest polo history. Founded as a hunt club in 1882, it added polo in 1888, and in 1895, the year of this picture, played its first senior championship, defeating in the final match the Rockaway team at Brooklyn, NY. The Myopia team was composed of R.L. Agassiz, F.B. Fay, R.G. Shaw 2nd, and A.P. Gardner, all of whom appear in the photograph. Agassiz and Shaw, reports Bent, stood for many years "at or near the top of all the players in this country.". Bent, American Polo, p. 59 et seq. The photograph is in overall fine condition, the backing board chipped and repaired.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2009-11-27 05:33:11
Chambers, Robert W.
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
2009-11-26 19:55:26
Eliot, George
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1895 New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., no date [circa 1895]. A Crowell gift edition, elaborately bound. 12mo, 356 pp. Previous owner's warm and dainty india ink inscription dated March, 1895 on the ffep, minute touching of the corners, else very little to call out as a flaw in this spectacular copy. One of the better-preserved examples of Crowell gift-binding you'll see; about near fine. One-quarter elaborate floral gilt-stamping over cream vellum-cloth, and for the covers, finely detailed and colored floral pattern on silk-textured paper. All edges gilt. Tiny corners of vellum-look-cloth as well. See scan. Serious curb appeal. As you know, since you're here, George Eliot was in fact a woman: Mary Ann Evans, of rural British upbringing. She was, in her writing, a political activist of the Jane Austen bent, and her novels Middlemarch, Adam Bede, The Mill on the Floss, and Silas Marner. The Legend of Jubal / The Spanish Gypsy is itself a venture into pointedly (if less obviously) political, though beautiful, lyric poetry. In this form, a well-preserved and visually highly pleasing presentation of that. L101
Bookseller: Singularity Rare & Fine [U.S.A.]
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2009-11-25 19:08:25
Teuber, O. and R. Von Ottenfeld R. (Illustrator)
Wien: S. Czeiger, 1895. Wien: S. Czeiger. 1895. 1st Edition. Originally issued in 25 wrappered parts folio size, housed in 2 book folders with decorative front cover boards, containing 870 pages with 102 full page colour plates by Rudolph von Ottenfeld of soldiers in uniform, uniforms and weapons of the Austrian Army covering the period 1700 to 1867, plus many other illustrations in the text. THIS SET IS LACKING PART 13 consisting of pages 403 to 442 and 5 plates leaving a total of 98 plates. The plates and text are in near fine condition, the book folders the folio's are housed in have some marks especially the rear board of folder 1. The work of Rudolph von Ottenfeld is considered to be the most accurate depiction of the Austrian Armies of the 18th and 19th Centuries and stands amongst the top ten of Uniform books and is without a doubt the definitive study of the Austrian Army. Very heavy set, please ask for postage quote. Digital images supplied on request. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall .
Bookseller: M. & A. Simper Bookbinders & Booksellers [WARRNAMBOOL, VIC, Australia]
2009-11-22 03:48:05
DEFOE, Daniel
London, J. M. Dent & Co.,, 1895.. Edited by George A. Aitken, Illustrations by J. B. Yeats. 16 volumes, octavo. Bound in contemporary red half morocco, with title in gilt to spines, marbled paper boards, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Extremities minimally rubbed, fore-edge browned, else fine. Bookplate to front pastedown. Library Edition, limited to 500 copies.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2009-11-14 17:21:13
Paris: First edition. Numbers 27 11 May 1895 through Number 52 2 November 1895 inclusive bound into boards. Each number is 12 pages with front and rear pages illustrated in color (some are missing), many other illustrations in each issue. Bound in half cloth with marbled paper covered boards, wear at the spine ends and corners, leather spine label which has a split in the center, Individual issues are good to very good with some chipping along the foredges, some pages beginning to tear along the spine. Text is in French. Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2009-11-11 03:46:06
SOMERVILLE, Edith Anna Œnone, & Martin Ross [Violet Florence Martin].
William Blackwood and Sons, London, 1895 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles and pictorial decoration to upper board in black, titles to spine gilt, blue coated endpapers. Contemporary gift inscription to half title page with the recipient's touching note concerning the giving of this book, some minor spotting early and late, spine lightly rolled and very slightly faded. An excellent copy. Illustrations by Somerville. First Edition First Impression First Binding. One of just 1575 copies. A scarce early title by the pseudonymous recorders of Celtic country living. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2009-11-07 01:17:17
MOFFETT, CLEVELAND
Boston: Small, Maynard, 1895, 1896 [actually 1912]. First Edition. Two short stories; in Bleiler. The paper seal is still bound in around the second story, but has been broken. Very good in dust jacket. This copy has a cancel title page with only the magazine copyright dates; there is another state (possibly an issue?) with a different copyright notice. The first title is probably the most famous riddle story, and the second title is the author’s attempt to provide an answer, widely regarded as an unsuccessful effort.
Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc. [US]
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2009-11-04 15:16:08
JACKSON, CATHERINE CHARLOTTE, LADY (D. 1891)
Boston, Joseph Knight, 1895, Hardback, 1895 Edition. Two near fine volumes in the original, elaborately gilt-decorated cloth. Both remain particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 0 pages; Complete with illustrations. Subjects: France--Court and courtiers. France--History--Bourbons, 1589-1789. Paris (France) --Social life and customs. 0 pages. Inventory No: 63698.
Bookseller: MW Books [Ireland]
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2009-10-30 16:39:44
ZIEBER, EUGENE
Philadelphia. Department Of Heraldry Of The Bailey. Banks & Biddle Company 1895. First Edition. Closed tear to the title. Very good copies all in the original elaborately blind-tooled cloth. Professionally recased with matching gilt-blocked spines; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set; tight. bright. clean and strong. ; 427 pages; Minor library marks remain. Description: 1 p. L.427 p. Col. Front.illus.plates (part col. ) coats of arms. 28 cm. Subjects: Heraldry--United States.Weight in Kg appr.: 5
Bookseller: MW Books [Ireland]
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2009-10-23 18:10:58
FROST, Arthur Burdett (1851-1928)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1895-1896. Chromolithograph, on later mount. In good condition apart from small repaired tears to upper left corner and lower margin. Image size: 13 x 19 3/4 inches. A stunning hunting print from one of America's most celebrated sporting artists. Arthur Burdett Frost (1851-1928) is remembered as one of America's best- loved sporting artists. His evocative hunting and shooting prints capture the drama of the sport and provide an invaluable visual record of rural America. Frost was an incredibly successful artist, he illustrated more than ninety books and produced thousands of illustrations for Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and Life magazines. Although born in Philadelphia, he spent the majority of his working career in New Jersey where he produced some of his most noted work. Frost's most desirable and rarest prints are the twelve chromolithographs from the portfolio entitled Shooting Pictures, depicting various shooting scenes from upland shooting to waterfowling. The portfolio, with each image printed on a separate sheet and tipped onto a card backing board, was published by Charles Scribner's Sons in 1895. This dramatic image is a wonderful example from this famous series and demonstrates why Frost is considered one of America's most celebrated sporting artists. Cf. Henry M. Reed The A.B. Frost Book (1993) p. 88 (illustration) and p.158
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2009-10-19 02:30:39
MILITARY HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS
(1895). American Civil War. The first nine volumes commissioned by the MILITARY HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS was published in Boston and New York by Houghton, Mifflin and Company, and in Cambridge by the Riverside Press, from 1895-1912. The Society's founder, John C. Ropes, called for a "Society for the investigation of Military History, principally of our late war, but also of other wars, both of this and other nations." Volumes (numbered 1 through 9) are titled as follows: Campaigns in Virginia 1861-1862, The Virginia Campaign of 1862 Under General Pope, Campaigns in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania 1862-1863, The Wilderness Campaign May-June 1864, Petersburg Chancellorsville Gettysburg, The Shenandoah Campaigns of 1862 and 1864 and the Appomattox Campaign 1865, Campaigns in Kentucky and Tennessee including the Battle of Chickamauga 1862-1864, The Mississippi Valley; Tennessee Georgia Alabama 1861-1864, and Operations on the Atlantic Coast 1861-1865; Virginia 1862,1864; Vicksburg. Each volume is illustrated with foldout maps. They are bound in navy cloth with gilt spine titles and gilt insignias to front boards. Bookplate to front pastedown of many volumes. Spine and boards show some overall minor scuffing/rubbing and edgewear; there is a 2 inch closed tear from crown of volume 1. Some hinges are cracked, else volumes are generally clean and fresh within. Although not complete, a substantial portion of this esteemed set is being offered here. About very good., Very Good
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-10-17 01:56:05
Dobson, Austin
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1895. Limited Edition, number 26 of 50 signed copies. First Edition, thus. Cloth backed boards with gilt lettered cover and spine,  Japan Paper, etchings by Adolphe Lalauze. Plates in two states, each signed by the artist, 2 frontispieces portraits of the author "etched from life" by William Strang. The frontispiece is signed by Austin Dobson  and William Strang, and the second portrait is also signed by Strang. Signed by Lalauze 6 times, below each etching--signed vol 1, pages 32, 148, & 250; vol 2 pages 12 20, & 136. In very good condition, with some rubbing to boards, vol 1 with tear along spine, pages clean and unmarked. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Adolphe Lalauze and William Strang.
Bookseller: Idler Fine Books
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2009-10-10 17:54:45
BRUCE, MINER W
Seattle: Lowman & Hanford Stationery and Printing Co, 1895. First edition, 8vo, pp. 128, [2]; large folding map in rear cover pocket (small breaks at the folds, else fine); 31 photographic plates and 13 line drawings; very minor rubbing at spine ends, but generally a fine copy in orig. pictorial brown cloth stamped in black and gilt. Wickersham 4058; Soliday IV, 149; Graff, 449.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books
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2009-10-09 06:37:58
Tuer, Andrew W
London: Field & Tuer, ye Leadenhalle Presse, circa 1895. 48 pages, printed on rectos only. With six bisque printed stipple engravings and 15 hand colored illustrations after Crawhall, Rowlandson and Cruikshank. Large quarto, 11 x 8 1/4 inches; half polished calf by Charles Lauriat of Boston; all edges gilt; hinge just starting. An attractive copy of this delightful work.
Bookseller: Margolis & Moss ABAA/ILAB [U.S.A.]
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2009-09-27 23:47:58
Hopewell-Smith, Arthur
London: Dental Manufacturing Co., 1895. No Dust Jacket. Dedication Copy, With an Inscribed Photograph of the Author Hopewell-Smith, Arthur (1865-1931). Dental microscopy. xxviii, 119pp. 8 lithograph plates after the author's drawings, text illustrations. London: Dental Manufacturing Company; Philadelphia: S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company, 1895. 248 x 181 mm. Tree calf gilt ca. 1895, rebacked, minor wear. The Dedication Copy, with Hopewell-Smith's autograph inscription to dedicatee Charles Sissmore Tomes (1846-1928) on the verso of the front free endpaper: "To Charles Sissmore Tomes Esq. as a mark of appreciation of & admiration for his splendid services to dental science from Arthur Hopewell Smith. Boston June 1895." On the page opposite the inscription is mounted a portrait photograph of Hopewell-Smith (160 x 118 mm.) inscribed in the same hand "Yours sincerely Arthur Hopewell-Smith." First Edition. Hopewell-Smith was a specialist in dental histology, having served as a lecturer and demonstrator at the Royal Dental Hospital of London before coming to the United States to take the position of professor of dental histology at the University of Pennsylvania. He was known for "the striking excellence of his practical work in preparing sections of dental tissues and in photomicrography" (British Medical Journal 1, no. 3665 [1931]: 606). Hopewell-Smith dedicated Dental Microscopy to the eminent British dentist Charles Sissmore Tomes, consulting dental surgeon at the Royal Dental Hospital and author of Manual of Dental Anatomy Human and Comparative (1882 and later eds.) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com
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2009-09-25 05:16:46
1895. CRANE, WALTER. (CRANE,WALTER)illus. KING LUCKIE BOY'S PARTY. London & Chicago: John Lane and Stone & Kimball, no date [1895]. Large square 4to, pictorial wraps, [12]p. incl. covers and endpapers. Respined with some cover soil, VG. Originally published in 1870, this is part of the "Large Series reissue" for which Crane designed NEW PICTORIAL COVER AND ENDPAPERS NOT APPEARING IN THE ORIGINAL EDITION and featuring 8 fine, lush and magnificent full page color illustrations engraved and printed by Edmund Evans. Written by Crane, this is a nursery rhyme featuring the Zodiac signs personified.
Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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