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2017-12-05 15:54:11
HAGGARD, H Rider
London: Longmans Green, 1895. First. hardcover. fine. With 20 illustrations by F.S. Wilson. 344 pages (scattered very light foxing) 8vo, blue cloth, wallet edges. London: Longmans Green, 1895. First Edition. With 20 illustrations by F.S. Wilson. 344 pages (scattered very light foxing) 8vo, blue cloth, wallet edges. London: Longmans Green, 1895. First Edition. Laid in is a letter from Haggard to Sir Douglas Straight, 14 Dec. 94 - "I see that the serial 'Joan 'Haste' is omitted from the contents bill of the January number of the P.M.M. I suppose this is a mistake but venture to call your attention to it as I noticed the same omission a month or two back.....
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store
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2017-12-05 02:41:50
CARROLL, Lewis.
Macmillan, New York, 1895. New edition. Octavo. pp [xii], 192. Forty-two illustrations by John Tenniel. At the rear is a 16-page publishers' catalogue dated October 1891. Red cloth decorated in black and gilt. Patterned endpapers.Covers a bit marked. Spine slightly faded. Tail of spine and one corner slightly scuffed. Very good indeed. Uncommon. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-04 16:00:07
AA.VV.
MILANO: Tipografia degli Operai, 1895. N. r.. BUONO. 25 35. USATO
Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBab
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2017-12-04 07:26:06
GOLDMANN, Charles Sydney
F First Edition Effingham Wilson // Argus Printing and Publishing Company London // Johannesburg 1895-1896. 3 vols, complete set, including all 99 maps in Volume 3, in the original dark red cloth. Detailed condition report is as follows. VOLUME 1: spine faded, spine ends worn with shallow chipping at foot, front hinge splitting externally, boards scarred, contents clean and tight.VOLUME 2: spine faded, spine ends worn and frayed, hinges splitting externally head and foot, light scarring to boards, contents clean and tight. VOLUME 3: spine faded, spine ends worn and lightly frayed, front board heavily scarred. All maps are present, and in clean fine state with the following exceptions"Map 52:short closed tear Map 69short closed tearMap 72 tiny marginal chip to fore-edge margin, not affecting text Map 82top margin chipped and frayed; 2 closed tears Map 91needs reapair: it has torn along bad folds: there is no loss of material.Map 96has a jagged closed tear Map 97This is the large general map of the Witwatersrand Gold Fields, and thus must have had the most use. It is complete, but has split extensively along the fold lines, and needs professional attention by a paper restorer/archival repairer. An extremely scarce work, by far the most comprehensive survey of the Witwatersrand, its mines and mining companies in its infancy.This is the first set we have seen in the past decade.
Bookseller: Collectors Treasury [ZA]
2017-12-04 03:28:46
JAMMES (Francis)
Paris, Mercure de France, 1895 In-12 (20,5 x 15 cm), broché, couverture à rabats imprimée, 90 pp., 2 ff. Édition originale. Un des 10 Hollande, seul tirage de tête avec 10 Japon et 299 ex. sur papier teinté. Broché, tel que paru, en très belle condition. Ce recueil contient un long poème dialogué qui donne son titre au volume et dix-neuf poèmes qui seront par la suite incorporés à De lAngélus de laube à lAngélus du soir en 1898.
Bookseller: Librairie Faustroll [France, Paris]
2017-12-04 03:28:44
Masson, Frédéric
Paris: Boussod, Valadon & Cie., Editeurs, 1895. 242p, illustrations. 32 cm. In an edition of 75 copies on Japon, this is copy 2 signed by Edouard Detaille on the colophon and on the recto color lithograph. Crushed brown morocco with gilt rules on the covers and edges; titling in gilt on the spine; elaborate gilt dentelles with burgundy silk moire doublures; all edges gilt. Edges rubbed, small tear in leather on the front cover; corners rubbed; stain on bottom at the top fore edge impacting the inside of the cover but not the paper; slight tobacco odor. In very good condition.
Bookseller: Michael J. Osborne Books LLC [US]
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2017-12-03 16:46:10
HEGEL, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich.
Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, & Co. (English and Foreign Philosophical Library.) 1895 Half titles. Orig. light blue cloth, blocked in dark blue & gilt, spines lettered in gilt; spines a little darkened, otherwise a good-plus copy.Vorlesungen über die Philosophie der Religion, 1832. A revised edition appeared in 1840. First English edition, On the Absolute Religion, 1885-6. First edition of this translation.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books
2017-12-03 15:48:32
Miller, George Noyes
London: William Reeves, 1895. Hardcover. 117p. [+2 p. ads], bound in original red cloth with only traces of shelf wear, cover embellished with rulings in blind and titling gilt. Bright copy, extraordinarilly well-preserved. First edition published anonymously in 1890. This, an expanded edition. The Bellamy library, no. 12. "American writer on social topics. Nephew of John Noyes, founder of Oneida community; reared at Oneida and in later years served as business manager and publicist for [the] association." - Bleiler, Science-fiction, the early years , pp. 500. Bleiler goes on to note that this novel is "An outgrowth of the late nineteenth-century underground sexual revolution, as expressed in various utopian communes and cooperative settlements." - p. 500.
Bookseller: Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB [U.S.A.]
2017-12-03 14:26:32
HERRICK, Francis Hobart (1858-1940)
Government Printing Office, 1895. First Edition. Demy 4to (29cm); 252 pp; 54 plates in the rear including 1 folding and 10 chromolithographs; other folding graphs, diagrams and charts in the text. Half-title present after the titlepage. Rebound in half sand-grained morocco over marbled boards with raised bands on the spine and gilt lettering; printed paper label laid down on the front board; marbled end-papers and pastedowns, with front free endpaper strengthened at the gutter and some minor damage to a small section of the first blank pages; two book-plates present (Harold Chandler Kimball) . This definitive work includes some 100 detailed drawings of 'Homarus americanus'. Herrick was a natural history illustrator and Professor of Biology at Adelbert College of Western Reserve University. The embryology and biology of shellfish, especially lobster, was his main interest. In 1890 the United States Commissioner of Fisheries invited him to research and publish a comprehensive report on the American lobster. Over a period of five years Herrick studied lobsters along the seaboards of Massachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire working from a laboratory at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. The finished work first appeared in volume 15 of the 'Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission for 1895'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Worlds End Bookshop (ABA, PBFA, ILAB) [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2017-12-02 22:26:07
DIX,EMILY WOOLSEY
de vinne press new york 1895. first edition 107pp ills.[b/w] VG (fawn cloth w.leather spine,mod.rubbed and soiled,mod.wear and chipping to extrems.,owner's inscr.to ffep,prelims.and untrimmed content edges sl.soiled)
Bookseller: Hard to Find Books Internet NZ Ltd.
2017-12-02 20:59:31
Strindberg, August
Inbunden bok. Auguste Strindberg [sic!]. Introduction à une Chimie Unitaire (Première esquisse). Edition du 'Mercure de France', Paris MDCCCXCV [1895]. Originalupplagan. 8vo [13,9 x 22 cm]. (2), 27, (1) sidor. Bunden i ett elegant mjukt pappband, med titeln tryckt i guld på rygg och frampärm, björklövsdekorerade pärmar och båda omslag medbundna. Frampärmens innerfals med sprickbildning och inlagan mörknad, i övrigt mycket fint skick. Ur Anders Ollfors bibliotek.
Bookseller: Henning Hansen Antikvariat
2017-12-02 20:25:33
Morris, William; Burne-Jones, Edward
The Kelmscott Press, Hammersmith, 1895. 98pp. Personal copy of Henry Marillier, William Morris & Co.'s Managing-Director, with signed note from artist Edward Burne-Jones to his assistant, Robert Catterson-Smith, who worked on this volume. **** One of an edition of 350 printed on hand-laid “Flower” watermarked paper (an additional 8 were produced on vellum). **** Featuring Chaucer type in black and red, as well as woodblock decorative text borders and carved initials designed by William Morris. The wood-engraved frontispiece, illustrated by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, depicts young Pereceyvelle embraced by his aging mother. **** Bound in original blue holland-backed boards, upper cover titled in black. **** This title is listed in William S. Peterson, The Kelmscott Press, Bibliography Appendix A, No. 33. After the edition printed by J.O. Halliwell from the M.S. in the Library of Lincoln Cathedral. **** The bookplate on front pastedown reads: "Ex Libris Harry Currie Marillier". Marillier (1865-1951) acted as the Managing Director of Morris & Company from 1905-1948. He was a journalist, critic and art historian, and authored books on Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Aubrey Beardsley. He was a contemporary of, and correspondent with, Oscar Wilde. **** There is also loosely contained with this item an autographed note signed by Edward Burne-Jones to Robert Catterson-Smith: ".could you come on Monday - instead of tomorrow - tomorrow is awkward for me. E.B.J.". Catterson-Smith was the studio assistant who most closely collaborated with Burne-Jones in turning the fine line drawings for t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Dark and Stormy Night Books [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-02 20:25:33
Morris, William; Burne-Jones, Edward
Hammersmith: The Kelmscott Press, 1895. 98pp. Personal copy of Henry Marillier, William Morris & Co.'s Managing-Director, with signed note from artist Edward Burne-Jones to his assistant, Robert Catterson-Smith, who worked on this volume. **** One of an edition of 350 printed on hand-laid “Flower” watermarked paper (an additional 8 were produced on vellum). **** Featuring Chaucer type in black and red, as well as woodblock decorative text borders and carved initials designed by William Morris. The wood-engraved frontispiece, illustrated by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, depicts young Pereceyvelle embraced by his aging mother. **** Bound in original blue holland-backed boards, upper cover titled in black. **** This title is listed in William S. Peterson, The Kelmscott Press, Bibliography Appendix A, No. 33. After the edition printed by J.O. Halliwell from the M.S. in the Library of Lincoln Cathedral. **** The bookplate on front pastedown reads: "Ex Libris Harry Currie Marillier". Marillier (1865-1951) acted as the Managing Director of Morris & Company from 1905-1948. He was a journalist, critic and art historian, and authored books on Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Aubrey Beardsley. He was a contemporary of, and correspondent with, Oscar Wilde. **** There is also loosely contained with this item an autographed note signed by Edward Burne-Jones to Robert Catterson-Smith: "...could you come on Monday - instead of tomorrow - tomorrow is awkward for me. E.B.J.". Catterson-Smith was the studio assistant who most closely collaborated with Burne-Jones in turning the fine line drawings fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Dark and Stormy Night Books [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
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2017-12-02 17:22:24
, n.d. n.d.. Book Signed "L. A. Borden" on the blank page following the front free-endpaper. Her copy of Wayside Poems by Wallace Bruce, 165 pages, 6.75" x 9". New York: Harper & Brothers, 1895. Copiously illustrated. Brown cloth beveled covers, blind-stamped hardcover with vignette in red, black, and gilt; brown endpapers. Minor fraying at head and tail of spine. Corners lightly bumped. Fine condition.A couplet from the poem "Uno de Mille" in this book owned by Lizzie Borden: "And so they parted, not in tears, / Wedded in death through coming years…"Of course, Lizzie is better known from this most familiar rhyme recited at the time of her 1892 murder trial (and afterwards after she was acquitted): "Lizzie Borden took an axe / And gave her mother forty whacks. / When she saw what she had done, / She gave her father forty-one."Accompanied by a signed book owned by her close friend, stage actress Nance O'Neil (1874-1965) who later appeared in silents and early talkies. Signed "Nance O'Neil" on the page opposite the half-title. Anne Pedersdotter, a drama in four acts, by H. Wiers-Jenssen. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1917. 93 pages, 5" x 7.5". Fine condition.Anything signed by Lizzie Borden is extremely rare. In 2003, a signed copy of a book owned by her sold for $6000. Only three ALsS signed by her have sold at auction in the last 25 years, the latest bringing over $8000.
Bookseller: University Archives [US]
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2017-12-02 14:31:31
Wilkie Collins
Chatto and Windus, UK. 1st Edition Thus 1895. 1st one volume Chatto and Windus publication. Illustrated with nine illustrations by John Gilbert and J Mahoney. Collins's novel is considered to be amongst the earliest pieces of mystery fiction and has kept it's interest in todays swamped market. Book is very good and quite bright. Light rubbing to boards edges. Contents good with light cracking to endpaper hinges and name to rear page. Pages age toned. Very un-common. More images can be taken upon request. Ref 9847 Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lasting Words Ltd [Northampton, UK, United Kingdom]
2017-12-02 09:38:45
Photographie originale / Original photograph
1895 - Photographie,PZ vintage photochromie, // Circa 1895 // photochromie, vintage photochrome // Format (cm): 17x22
Bookseller: photovintagefrance
2017-12-02 09:38:45
Photographie originale / Original photograph
1895 - Photographie,P.Z. vintage photochromie. // Circa 1895 // photochromie, vintage photochrome // Format (cm): 17x22
Bookseller: photovintagefrance
2017-12-02 09:38:45
Photographie originale / Original photograph
1895 - Photographie,P.Z. vintage photochromie. // Circa 1895 // photochromie, vintage photochrome // Format (cm): 17x22
Bookseller: photovintagefrance
2017-12-01 20:11:33
Museé de L'Hopital Saint-Louis; BESNIER, Ernest (1831-1909); FOURNIER, Jean Alfred (1832-1914); TENNESON, Quentin Joseph Henry (1836-1913); HALLOPEAU, Henry (1842-1919); DU CASTEL, J. (1846-1905), FEULARD, Henry (1858-1897).
Paris: Rueff et Cie, 1895-97. Paris:: Rueff et Cie, 1895-97., 1895. Folio. [2], iv, 346 pp. 50 chromolithographic plates, 23 engravings, 18 photogravures. Contemporary half crimson gilt-stamped morocco, marbled boards, raised bands. Very good. RARE. First edition. A MASTERPIECE OF PHOTO-CHROMOLITHOGRAPHY. "The authors of this book were senior doctors at the Hôpital Saint-Louis. Besnier presided over the 4th International Congress of Dermatologists, held in Paris in 1900. The museum had been founded by Devergie in 1865. During his 25 year long career, Devergie commissioned water colour paintings of the major skin diseases for use in his lectures. It was not long before these were supplemented by photographs and moulages. Between 1867 and 1894 the Italian moulage artist M. Baretta (1834-1925) produced 1,800 such models. He devised the internal colouring technique. This is a technique whereby the colours are applied in between the layers of wax. The effect is one of transparency and greater similarity to the colour of human skin (Zanca and Tagliavini). The various separate lesions have been portrayed exceptionally well. Less attention was paid to facial expressions. The museum now has a collection of 4,667 moulages at its disposal (Dahm). The finest among them were reproduced in this book. The printing technique used was photochromy." – Franz Ehring, Skin Diseases: 5 Centuries of Scientific Illustration. pp. 176-177. "Ernest Besnier was born in Honfleur in 1831. He studied in Paris, and was a celebrated pupil of Hardy and Bazin. Having been graduated in 1857, he turned hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [US]
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2017-12-01 20:11:33
Schickert, (Otto).
Berlin Mittler, 1895. (25,5 x 18 cm). XIII, 306 S. Mit 31 (3 chromlithographischen) Tafeln. Original-Leinwandband. Seltene erste Ausgabe der Festschrift zur Feier des hundertjährigen Bestehens des medizinisch-chirurgischen Friedrich Wilhelms-Instituts. - Exlibris. Ohne vorderen Vorsatz. Rücken sauber nachgebunden, sonst gut erhalten [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2017-12-01 20:11:33
Musee de L'Hopital Saint-Louis; BESNIER, Ernest (1831-1909); FOURNIER, Jean Alfred (1832-1914); TENNESON, Quentin Joseph Henry (1836-1913); HALLOPEAU, Henry (1842-1919); DU CASTEL, J. (1846-1905), FEULARD, Henry (1858-1897).
Rueff et Cie, 1895-97., Paris. Folio. [2], iv, 346 pp. 50 chromolithographic plates, 23 engravings, 18 photogravures. Contemporary half crimson gilt-stamped morocco, marbled boards, raised bands. Very good. RARE. First edition. A MASTERPIECE OF PHOTO-CHROMOLITHOGRAPHY. "The authors of this book were senior doctors at the Hà pital Saint-Louis. Besnier presided over the 4th International Congress of Dermatologists, held in Paris in 1900. The museum had been founded by Devergie in 1865. During his 25 year long career, Devergie commissioned water colour paintings of the major skin diseases for use in his lectures. It was not long before these were supplemented by photographs and moulages. Between 1867 and 1894 the Italian moulage artist M. Baretta (1834-1925) produced 1,800 such models. He devised the internal colouring technique. This is a technique whereby the colours are applied in between the layers of wax. The effect is one of transparency and greater similarity to the colour of human skin (Zanca and Tagliavini). The various separate lesions have been portrayed exceptionally well. Less attention was paid to facial expressions. The museum now has a collection of 4,667 moulages at its disposal (Dahm). The finest among them were reproduced in this book. The printing technique used was photochromy." â€" Franz Ehring, Skin Diseases: 5 Centuries of Scientific Illustration. pp. 176-177. "Ernest Besnier was born in Honfleur in 1831. He studied in Paris, and was a celebrated pupil of Hardy and Bazin. Having been graduated in 1857, he turned his attention exclusively to dermatology, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-01 12:53:05
(DOYLE, Conan.)
London. George Newnes Ltd. 1895. Two volumes. Original publisher's blue pictorial cloth, gilt. 4to. Two clean, fresh copies, without foxing, in clean bright bindings without inscriptions or damage. These volumes are very heavy and will incur extra postage; please contact us directly for a quotation. The first separate publication of this novel wasn't until 1896.
Bookseller: David Miles Books
2017-12-01 03:53:48
no publisher, 1895. Good. 6/30/2010. Octavo. [4]pp. Browned and fragile, per paper quality, splitting along seam, good. This flyer declares: "Unjust taxation makes hard times. For both business men and laborers." The flyer goes on to support good wages for good working men and accuses Labor Commissioner Tobin of causing the downfall of the state's woolen manufacturing. The Single Tax Society also wanted to eliminate taxes from improvements and wanted there to be simply a land tax. Single Tax Societies were formed across America in the mid-1890's as Henry George's economic theories were promoted. George saw a practical implementation of his single tax theory in the experimental village of Arden, a Delaware community that still proves today the viability of George's theory at a local level. Not in *OCLC*. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [US]
2017-11-30 20:32:27
Musee de L'Hopital Saint-Louis; BESNIER, Ernest (1831-1909); FOURNIER, Jean Alfred (1832-1914); TENNESON, Quentin Joseph Henry (1836-1913); HALLOPEAU, Henry (1842-1919); DU CASTEL, J. (1846-1905), FEULARD, Henry (1858-1897).
Paris: Rueff et Cie, 1895-97. Paris:: Rueff et Cie, 1895-97., 1895. Folio. [2], iv, 346 pp. 50 chromolithographic plates, 23 engravings, 18 photogravures. Contemporary half crimson gilt-stamped morocco, marbled boards, raised bands. Very good. RARE. First edition. A MASTERPIECE OF PHOTO-CHROMOLITHOGRAPHY. "The authors of this book were senior doctors at the Hôpital Saint-Louis. Besnier presided over the 4th International Congress of Dermatologists, held in Paris in 1900. The museum had been founded by Devergie in 1865. During his 25 year long career, Devergie commissioned water colour paintings of the major skin diseases for use in his lectures. It was not long before these were supplemented by photographs and moulages. Between 1867 and 1894 the Italian moulage artist M. Baretta (1834-1925) produced 1,800 such models. He devised the internal colouring technique. This is a technique whereby the colours are applied in between the layers of wax. The effect is one of transparency and greater similarity to the colour of human skin (Zanca and Tagliavini). The various separate lesions have been portrayed exceptionally well. Less attention was paid to facial expressions. The museum now has a collection of 4,667 moulages at its disposal (Dahm). The finest among them were reproduced in this book. The printing technique used was photochromy." – Franz Ehring, Skin Diseases: 5 Centuries of Scientific Illustration. pp. 176-177. "Ernest Besnier was born in Honfleur in 1831. He studied in Paris, and was a celebrated pupil of Hardy and Bazin. Having been graduated in 1857, he turned hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-30 19:09:26
Crane, Stephen
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1895 First edition, first printing, first state, with Gilbert Parker ads. Publisher's tan buckram, lettered in black and red, decorated in black, yellow top stain, light brown coated endpapers, printed on laid paper with horizontal wire marks. Very good, very minor bowing to the boards, some toning to spine with some fading and rubbing to the lettering, a hint of light soiling to the otherwise fresh cloth, with some wear to the pastedowns, offsetting from a removed former owner's bookplate to the title page, spine slightly tender at the tail inside the rear cover, a few faint and scattered spots of light soiling to the otherwise clean pages. Overall, an attractive copy. Williams and Starrett 3. BAL 4071.The Red Badge of Courage, Crane's second novel, is widely considered the author's masterpiece and is credited as the work that propelled him to literary acclaim. An American Civil War novel, it features the fictional Union Army private Henry Fleming who dreams of achieving glory through combat only to become disillusioned with war after his enlistment. After deserting his regiment, Fleming longs for a "red badge of courage," or a battle wound that would assuage his shame at his own cowardice. Notably, although Crane was born several years after the Civil War, The Red Badge of Courage is lauded for its uncanny ability to evoke the feel of a battlefield. . 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.
Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA [US]
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2017-11-30 16:52:00
Photographie originale / Original photograph
Photographie,Vintage citrate print. Vintage Zimbabwe. Rhodesia, officially the Republic of Rhodesia from 1970 to 1979, was an unrecognised state located in southern Africa from 1965 to 1979. It comprised the region now known as Zimbabwe. The country, with its capital in Salisbury, was considered a de facto successor state to the former British colony of Southern Rhodesia (which had achieved responsible government in 1923). During an effort to delay an immediate transition to black majority rule, Rhodesia's predominantly white government issued its own Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) from the United Kingdom on 11 November 1965. The UDI administration initially sought recognition as an autonomous realm within the Commonwealth of Nations, but reconstituted itself as a republic in 1970. Following a brutal guerrilla war fought with two rival militant African nationalist organisations (Robert Mugabe's ZANU and Joshua Nkomo's ZAPU), Rhodesian premier Ian Smith conceded to bi-racial democracy in 1978. However, a provisional government subsequently headed by Smith and his moderate colleague Abel Muzorewa failed in appeasing international critics or halting the bloodshed. By December 1979, Muzorewa had replaced Smith as Prime Minister and secured an agreement with the militant nationalists, allowing Rhodesia to briefly revert to colonial status pending elections under a universal franchise. It finally achieved internationally recognised independence in April 1980; the nation was concurrently renamed the Republic of Zimbabwe. A wholly landlocked area, Rhodesia was bordere … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: photovintagefrance [ARNAVILLE, France]
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2017-11-30 11:26:35
Signierte Ausgabe - Ernst Jünger - Jünger, Ernst.
200 Seiten (2) Blatt Verlagswerbung 8, gebundene Ausgabe, blauer Original Ganz-Leineneinband mit goldgeprägtem Signet auf dem Buchdeckel und goldgerägtem Titel auf dem Buchrücken, Kopffarbschnitt. ohne Schutzumschlag, der Einband minimalst berieben, der Buchschnitt minimalst fleckig, das Buch ansonsten sauber und frisch, auf dem Titel vom Autor signiert. Ernst Jünger (* 29. März 1895 in Heidelberg - + 17. Februar 1998 in Riedlingen) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller, Offizier und Insektenkundler. Er ist vor allem durch seine Kriegstagebücher In Stahlgewittern, durch Essays, phantastische Romane und Erzählungen bekannt. In seinem teilweise nationalistischen, anti-demokratischen und elitären Frühwerk, das der sogenannten Konservativen Revolution zugerechnet wird, kämpfte Jünger entschieden gegen die Weimarer Republik. Ob er als ein intellektueller Wegbereiter des Nationalsozialismus angesehen werden kann, ist in der Forschung umstritten. Von der nationalsozialistischen Ideologie distanzierte er sich in den frühen 1930er Jahren wegen des von ihm als geistlos empfundenen Totalitarismus der NS-Massenbewegung. Jünger erhielt verschiedene Preise und Auszeichnungen, darunter 1918 den Pour le Mérite und 1959 das Große Bundesverdienstkreuz. Das Buch behandelt den französischen Moralisten in einer Deutung von höchster Aktualität EA WG 74
Bookseller: Bührnheims Literatursalon GmbH
2017-11-30 05:59:02
1895 - Manuscript Letter with Photos of New England Settlers - Bromfield
Nantucket, 1895. Manuscript signed letter by Arthur Bromfield of Nantucket, describing the city and including 8 original photographs mounted within the text. 8vo. 11 pages written on 3 double leafs of the writer's personal letterhead embossed with his surname Bromfield, and measuring approximately 20 x 13 cm. Together with covers, addressed in the same hand, addressed to the writer's nephew, named Arthur after him, measuring approximately 16 x 8 cm. Photographs measure approximately 4 x 5 cm and feature embedded manuscript captions. A witty and captivating account of Nantucket in its era of revival. The writer, Arthur Bromfield, and the recipient, his nephew, may be descendants of Edward Bromfield (1648-1734), a New England settler who emigrated from New Forest in Hampshire, England, to America in 1675, settling in Boston and becoming a peace commissioner. The settler's father was British MP Henry Bromfield (born circa 1610 - died 1683); his grandfather was Arthur Bromfield of MP Allington Hampshire (born circa 1565 - died 1650) who sat in the House of Commons between 1604 and 1622. It is also interesting to note that John Bromfield Jr. (1779-1849), Boston merchant and benefactor of the Boston Athenaeum, is also a descendant of the aforementioned Edward Bromfield. Further research may result in a connection to the writer of the present letter. The Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston holds a collection of Bromfield family papers. A period description of Nantucket Island, dating approximately twenty-five years after the start of the Island Renaissance (1870 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Voyager Press Rare Books & Manuscripts [UK]
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2017-11-29 20:59:16
Lafargue, Paul / Guyot, Yves.
1895. 8vo. (6), XIII, (1), 530 pp. Contemporary half calf; original printed wrapper cover bound within. Rare work by Karl Marx's son-in-law, prefixed by a "refutation" (pp. 1-297) by the politician and economist Yves Guyot. Lafargue's "communist thesis" on the origins and development of the concept of property is dedicated to Friedrich Engels, who owned a copy inscribed to him by the author. - Evenly browned throughout, handwritten ownership "Ch. Keller" on printed wrapper cover. The Alsatian-born socialist and anarchist Charles Keller (1843-1913) was an early associate of Elie Reclus and Mikhail Bakunin. In 1868 he attempted a translation of Marx's just-published "Capital" but had to abandon the project. He participated as a delegate in the Paris section of the First International and in the Second Congress of the League of Peace and Freedom in Berne. As a member of the Commune, he was injured fighting on the barricades in 1871 and escaped to Basel. Returning after the amnesty and settling in Nancy, he established himself as a poet and writer of workers' songs. - A fine copy with a few underlinings. Stammhammer II, 178, 13. Die Bibliotheken von Marx und Engels (MEGA IV.32), no. 716. OCLC 7194802.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-11-29 20:34:53
NOLDE, Baron Eduard;
Braunschweig, Verlag von Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn 1895; EA; ca 23x16 cm; XV (1), 272 Seiten mit 1 Portrait und 1 Karte; Halbledereinband d. Zt. mit Rückenschild (Einband minimal bestoßen, erstes und letztes Blatt leicht stockfleckig; sonst sehr gutes Exemplar)Versand D: 5,00 EUR Arabien; Asien; Kleinasien
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien
2017-11-29 18:08:39
gaston claris
librairies-imprimeries reunies, Paris, 1895. exemplaire nominatif non attribue.tres bel etat.illustre par l auteur de planches in et hors texte en n&b et couleur.reliure percaline bleue sombre,dos a quatre nerfs avec caissons et titres dores,leger frottement en haut du dos ,aucunes rousseurs,bon exemplaire,(XII),410p.poids 2,9kg.format 32,5x25cm [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: JP Livres [agde, ., France]
2017-11-29 10:45:14
Bucher, J. / Hasler, F.
St. Gallen: Buchdruckerei Victor Schmid. - 222 S., 8°, OPpbd., nach amtlichen Quellen bearbeitet, alphabetisches Verzeichnis von Bürgern, Niedergelassenen und Geschäftsfirmen, Behörden, Telephon-Abonnenten-Verzeichnis, mit 64 S., Reklamen auf farbigen Seiten im Anhang. Einband bestossen, Kapital etwas eingerissen, Rücken leicht eingerissen, Gelenk angeplatzt, Buchblock etwas vergilbt, mit Tinten-Einträgen auf der "Notizen"-Seite (S. 176), z. T. mit Unterstreichungen mit Tinte, einige Bleistiftmarkierungen, sonst altersgemäss gut erhalten. - - - BITTE BEACHTEN SIE: Auf Grund der besonderen Versandkostenvorgaben von AbeBooks und ZVAB (der Preis richtet sich nicht nach Gewicht, sondern nach Anzahl der Artikel), kann es bei schwereren oder mehrbändigen Werken zu höheren Portokosten kommen. BEI UNSICHERHEIT FRAGEN SIE UNS BITTE ZUVOR AN. - - - PLEASE NOTE: Because of AbeBooks' and ZVAB?S special requirements for shipping fees (price is per item, not per weight) shipping charges may be higher with heavy books or when comprising several volumes. PLEASE CONTACT US BEFOREHAND IN CASE OF UNCERTAINTY. - - - 420 g 1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Seefeld / Ernst Jetzer
2017-11-29 10:45:14
Bucher, J. / Hasler, F.
222 S., 8, OPpbd., nach amtlichen Quellen bearbeitet, alphabetisches Verzeichnis von Bürgern, Niedergelassenen und Geschäftsfirmen, Behörden, Telephon-Abonnenten-Verzeichnis, mit 64 S., Reklamen auf farbigen Seiten im Anhang. Einband bestossen, Kapital etwas eingerissen, Rücken leicht eingerissen, Gelenk angeplatzt, Buchblock etwas vergilbt, mit Tinten-Einträgen auf der "Notizen"-Seite (S. 176), z. T. mit Unterstreichungen mit Tinte, einige Bleistiftmarkierungen, sonst altersgemäss gut erhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Seefeld
2017-11-29 07:54:25
VEBLEN, Thorstein, trans.) COHN, Gustav.
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1895. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press,, 1895. Octavo. Original dark green cloth, titles to spine and front board gilt, black endpapers. Contemporary ink note to verso of front free endpaper. Spine slightly cocked, extremities a touch rubbed and bumped, mild spotting to edges, front joint tender, rear joint cracked but holding. A very good copy. First edition in English of the German economist Gustav Cohn's System der Finanzwissenschaft, originally published in Stuttgart in 1889. This translation was also the first book to bear Veblen's name, preceding his first original work, The Theory of the Leisure Class, by four years. After being awarded a fellowship in the Political Economy Department at the University of Chicago in 1892, Veblen's translation of Cohn's work helped launch the Economic Studies of the University of Chicago book series of which the present work forms the first volume. Cohn "was regarded as someone who chartered a middle way between the descriptivism of some historicists and the deductivism of English economics" (Rutherford, The Institutional Movement in American Economics, p. 40).
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-11-28 20:13:52
GATTI A.
LIB. TREVES DI PIETRO VIRANO, 1895. In 16°, pp. 214, (2) con frontespizio figurato interamente inc. in rame e finissime inc. all'acquaforte su carta pesante f.t. Brossura originale in perfette condizioni e poche, sporadiche fioriture. Le scenette piacevolmente raccontate e illustrate da Ange
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Liber in Libris [IT]
2017-11-28 20:13:36
GATTI ANGELO
1895. 20 belle tav. all'acquaforte f.t. di Angelo Gatti. 11,5x17,5; pp.214. Bross. edit. con titoli al piatto e al dr. Firma di appartenenza all'occhietto. Interessante saggio coevo al tempo in cui venivano presentati spettacoli per grandi e piccini nelle vie e
Bookseller: Libreria L' Angolo del Collezionista [IT]
2017-11-28 15:34:25
Snellen, Agatha.
Stuttgart, Krais, o.J. (1895). 32,5 x 24 cm. 28 Seiten mit Noten und zahlr. teils farbigen Abbildungen von L(udwig) W(illem) R(eymert) Wenckebach. Illustr. OHLwd. Doderer/ Müller S.270f; Slg. Hobrecker Braunschweig 7296; Seebaß II,1902; Ries S.970,1. - Hübsches Jugendstil-Kinderbuch, originell in der Verbindung von Bild, Text und Musik. \"Es kommt auch vor, daß Verleger, die sonst mit einem ganz anderen Metier befaßt sind, plötzlich eine Entdeckung im Bereich der Kinderliteratur machen; dafür steht der Stuttgarter Verleger Felix Krais, der von einem Holländischen Kinderbuch so entzückt war, daß er es ins Deutsche übertragen ließ und mit größter Sorgfalt edierte\" (Doderer/ Müller). In der Tradition von \"Alice im Wunderland\" erleben zwei Kinder in Mäusegröße allerlei aufregende Abenteuer. - Leinwand Rücken etwas eingerissen, Einband minimal fleckig, innen gut erhalten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Kinder- & Bilderbücher, Lieder und Reime
Bookseller: Franziska Bierl Antiquariat
2017-11-28 10:32:29
RECKZIEGEL, Anton
Société de développement / Verkehrsverein, 1895, - 110x76 cm, Affiche originale en chromolithographie, excellent état (Farblithogr. in gutem Zustand), 1 Feuille / 1 Blatt. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.
Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd. [Fribourg, Switzerland]
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2017-11-28 08:22:07
Frank Athelstane Swettenham
1895: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1895. First edition. Hardcover. Good. 6-2-16. Written while Swettenham was the British Resident attached to the state of Perak, these vignettes, as he says in his preface, are 'an attempt to awaken an interest in an almost undescribed but deeply interesting people, dwellers in one of the most beautiful and least known countries in the East.' A collection of literary snapshots with 'no statistics, no history, no geography, no science, no moralising, no prophecy' that is intended to give the reader a feel for Malaya at the end of the 19th century. This copy is from the library of Mary Carr Curtis, first headmistress of Treacher Methodist Girls' School, Taiping. xi, 289 and 16 pages of adverts. For further details, please see the scanned contents page. Weight 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia There are some nicks at the top of the spine and loss at the base of the spine. There is a gift dedication, dated 1896 from "WE Curtis, Penang, Malaysia" to his future wife Mary Eleanor Carr on a front end paper The bookplate of Mary Carr Curtis is pasted the next page. Three photographs of the time, two of Tamil families and one of a bullock cart, have been lightly fixed to two blank pages at the front and one at the back of the book. The binding is fairly strong, but there is a crack in the hinge between pages 112 and 113 although none of the pages are loose. The bottom and fore edges are untrimmed and there's a slight nick running along the bottom page edges. The text is clear and there is mild tanning throughout. An unusual copy which may be of parti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Penang Bookshelf [MYS]
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2017-11-28 05:48:21
ZOLA, Emile.
The Lutetian Society for private distribution amongst its members. (The Lutetian Society's Issues, I.) 1895 Half titles (with limitation details on verso), titles printed in red & black. Untrimmed in orig. dark blue buckram, spines lettered in gilt, front boards blocked at centre with the publisher's emblem; sl. rubbed. t.e.g. v.g.L'Assommoir, 1877. First English edition, 1884, under the title The 'Assommoir' (Vizetelly & co.). The seventh title in the 'Rougon-Marquart' series. This new translation by Symons was one of six 'unmutilated renderings' published by The Lutetian Society. It is no. 84 of 300 copies printed on Arnold's hand-made paper.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books
2017-11-28 05:09:12
LUGARD, Captain F.J.D.
Dec. 19th, 1895. An original Vanity Fair print by Sir Leslie Ward ("Spy") from the "Men of the Day" series (no. 639), in an acid-free mount with a photocopy of the original text to the verso. A characterful portrait of the equally characterful Lugard. "Spy produced one of his most amusing, effective caricatures depicting Lugard as a perky, grown up Boy Scout. The intrepid explorer was bemoustached, smoking a cigar, with some reserve smokes peeping out of his pocket. He had a pocket knife clasped to his belt, a spear leaning on his arm, and looked ready, willing and prepared to lead a safari, pacify the natives, map a territory, and campaign among the opinion makers at home for the benevolent expansion of British control in 'Darkest Africa'" (Roy T. Matthews and Peter Mellini In Vanity Fair, p. 143).
Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd. [United Kingdom]
2017-11-28 00:40:02
n/a
Leningrad 1895 - Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): M. Petrov. B Cavalry Moscow, 1895. 120, III with., 27 18 cm. SKUzhp_251117_051 Language: Russian (unless indicated otherwise by the description) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Land of Magazines
2017-11-28 00:01:56
Verne Jules, Hetzel Jules
Bibliothèque d'éducation et de récréation, J. Hetzel et Cie, éditeurs, 18, rue Jacob. Huit volumes in-4 (18,8 x 27,6 cm), reliure demi-peau, dos lisses ornés de filets dorés, gardes couleur, "Magasin d'éducation et de récréation, journal de toute la famille fondé par P.-J. Stahl, en 1864, et Semaine des enfants, réunis, dirigés par Jules Verne et Jules Hetzel", imprimés de 1895 (tome 1) à 1898 (tome 8). Ces volumes, illustrés de gravures en noir, contiennent en édition pré-originale "L'Ile à hélice", "Face au drapeau", "Clovis Dardentor", et "Le Superbe Orénoque" de Jules Verne ; coupes légèrement frottées, rousseurs en début et fin des volumes, bon état général. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Abraxas-libris [Bécherel, France]
2017-11-27 21:45:02
ZOLA, Emile.
The Lutetian Society for private distribution amongst its members. (The Lutetian Society?s Issues, I.) 1895. Half titles (with limitation details on verso), titles printed in red & black. Untrimmed in orig. dark blue buckram, spines lettered in gilt, front boards blocked at centre with the publisher?s emblem; sl. rubbed. t.e.g. v.g. L?Assommoir, 1877. First English edition, 1884, under the title The ?Assommoir? (Vizetelly & co.). The seventh title in the ?Rougon-Marquart? series. This new translation by Symons was one of six ?unmutilated renderings? published by The Lutetian Society. It is no. 84 of 300 copies printed on Arnold?s hand-made paper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers [London, United Kingdom]
2017-11-27 18:11:50
Fletcher, William Younger.
London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Tr�bner and Company, 1895. London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner and Company, 1895. Large folio (40x30 cm). Original polished blue publisher's cloth (sl. dust-soiled), with gilt title; decorated endpapers; top gilt, uncut. Title printed in red and black, woodcut initials and tail-pieces. xviii pp. introduction, 66 leaves with descriptions of the plates. With 66 tissue-garded beautiful colourplates: chromolithographs, sometimes heightened in gold.- Neatly printed on thick handmade paper in 500 numbered copies. This is copy number 84.
Bookseller: Emile Kerssemakers ILAB [Heerlen, Netherlands]
2017-11-27 14:53:28
GAGNON, Philéas;
Imprimé pour l'Auteur, Québec 1895 - 2 volumes in-4 (247 x 162 mm) de X, 711 pp. pour le premier vol.; portrait, X, 462 pp. pour le second vol.; demi-chagrin noir, dos à nerf, (reliure de l'époque pour le premier vol. et à l'imitation pour le second). Bel exemplaire de la bibliographie standard sur le Canada qui répertorie plus de 5000 pièces.
Bookseller: CLAVREUIL [Paris, France]
2017-11-27 11:16:51
Julius Friedrich Sachse
Printed For The Author (by P. C. Stockhausen), Philadelphia 1895 - FIRST EDITION - SIGNED by the AUTHOR and Number 221 in the LIMITED EDITION of 500 copies of the Letter Press Edition November, 1895. This copy is from the library of another author; Rev. Ammon Stapleton (author of MEMORIALS OF THE HUGUENOTS IN AMERICA, With Special Reference to their Emigration to Pennsylvania, etc.). Contains the original receipt from Julius F. Sachse to Rev. A Stapleton, Carlisle, PA for $5 sent on approval. 3 paper hinges repaired. Page top edges gilt, the others rough cut and age darkened. The corners and ends of the spine are rubbed and there is a light area on the back board. 504 pages with great illustrations, maps, etc. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: you little dickens [U.S.A.]
2017-11-27 08:48:35
Luther, Martin.
Hannover, Emil Hermann. (um 1895). 4°. [24,5 : 31,5 cm]. 912 Seiten. Mit durchlaufendem blauen Bordürenrahmen. Originalhalblederband in reichster Gold-/Blau- und Blindprägung, mit Ganzgoldschnitt, lithogr. Titelblatt und Schmuckpapiervorsatz und -hintersatz. (Leder gering beschabt). - Ein erfreulich gut erhaltener, vornehmer und sehr dekorativer Prachtband ohne Eintragungen.Versand D: 4,70 EUR Bibliophilie, deutsche Fachliteratur, Holzstiche, Illustriertes Buch, pictorial copy, Kirchengeschichte, Religion
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tarter, Einzelunternehmen
2017-11-26 20:50:30
Kipling, Rudyard
London: Macmillan, 1894, 1895. A lovely, very Nearly Fine set of Kipling's most beloved work. Slight rubbing at the spine ends and corners of both volumes. Bookplate on the front paste-down of book one, light foxing throughout book two. Despite the minor defects, a handsome set, entirely without repair. Based on folk tales and legends that Kipling learned during his childhood in India and written while in Vermont. This work of several inter-related short stories met with huge success upon publication and continues to enthrall readers of all ages to this day. According to Professor Edwin L. Miller, their publication "caused even severe critics of his previous work to admit that he is a writer of inspired genius." Kipling was the first English-language writer, and the youngest ever, to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. Near Fine. Near Fine
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
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