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        Balinese Dancers

      Bali: Circa 1950s. Ink on paper. 370 x 270 mm. Signed lower left. Ida Bagus Anom (1898-1972), Indonesian/Balinese. Provenance: Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        PAN. Vierter Jahrgang, Heft 2

      Berlin: Genossenschaft PAN, 1898. Folio. Original wraps, with original graphics by KRÜGER (2), ALBERT ; OLDE, HANS ; LEISTIKOW, WALTER ; VOLZ, WILHELM. Söhn, HDO: 52902-1, 2, 3,4, 5 (lacking the Behrens) Edited by Richard Graul and Caesar Flaischlen et al. PAN, the important German 21 volume art nouveau periodical (1895-1900), is a deluxe fin de siècle periodical with plates, illustrations, color initials, vignettes and tail-pieces representing a multitude of processes of modern picture reproduction, including original lithographs, etchings, and woodcuts,.

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        The Story of the Malakand Field Force: An Episode of Frontier War

      Longmans, Green and Co., London 1898 - This is a collector worthy copy of the first edition of Churchill's first book, based on his exploits with Sir Bindon Blood's expedition on the Northwest Frontier of India in 1897. When this book was written and published, Churchill was a young cavalry officer still serving in India. While he had successfully applied his pen as a war correspondent - indeed the book is based on his dispatches to the Daily Telegraph and the Pioneer Mail - this was his first book-length work. The young Churchill was motivated by a combination of pique and ambition. He was vexed that his Daily Telegraph columns were to be published unsigned. On 25 October 1897 Churchill wrote to his mother: ".I had written them with the design. of bringing my personality before the electorate." Two weeks later, his resolve to write a book firming, Churchill again wrote to his mother: ".It is a great undertaking but if carried out will yield substantial results in every way, financially, politically, and even, though do I care a damn, militarily." Having invested his ambition in this first book, he clearly labored over it: "I have discovered a great power of application which I did not think I possessed. For two months I have worked not less than five hours a day." The finished manuscript was sent to his mother on the last day of 1897 and published on 14 March of 1898. Publication was arranged by Churchill's uncle while the author was still in India, resulting in numerous spelling and detail errors. Churchill was incensed by the errors and acted with haste to address them. Hence later states of the first edition bear errata slips. Home Issue copies also bear a 32-page Longmans, Green catalogue bound in at the back, which is dated either "12/97" or "3/98" at the foot of page 32. With only a little more than 1,900 copies bound, this first edition of Churchill's first book is both desirable and elusive in collector worthy condition. Here is a superior copy, notable both for condition and bibliographic interest. As noted by Churchill’s bibliographer Ronald Cohen, second state copies of the first edition typically contain a rear catalogue dated "3/98". However, Cohen notes having seen two second state copies with rear catalogues dated "12/97" and concludes that with these early second state copies - "12/97 catalogues were used until the supply was exhausted, and 3/98 catalogues were employed thereafter." Here is one such early second state copy, with both the errata slip and a rear catalogue dated "12/97". (See Cohen, Vol. I, p.10.) We conservatively grade overall condition of this copy as very good plus. The green cloth binding remains square and tight with strong color, bright gilt, and square corners. We note mild spine toning, with only light overall soiling, a few small blemishes in the spine title box, and a little wrinkling to the spine ends. The contents are very good for the edition. The original black endpapers are intact, with no splits or cracking. All maps are intact, including the folding maps at pages 1 and 146, as is the frontispiece, and both folding maps and the frontispiece remain protected by the original tissue guards. We find no previous ownership marks. Spotting is moderate for the edition, occasional and intermittent throughout and visible on the page edges. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A1.1.b, Woods/ICS A1(aa), Langworth p.12. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Vasco da Gama 1498-1898. Hommage de la pense´e francaise. Album Commemoratif. Auf Französich !

      Paris, Guillard, Aillaud & Cie, 1898. 2°, ca. 90 Seiten mit sehr zahlr. ganzs. Abbildungen (Illustrationen), betitelter und marmorierter Original-Halbledereinband mit Goldprg. - Einbandkanten leicht berieben ud best. sonst guter Zustand - 1898. Auf Französich ! a73797 Versand D: 6,00 EUR Kunst und Kunstgeschichte

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        Volpone: Or The Foxe; A New Edition with a Critical Essay on the Author by Vincent O'Sullivan and a Frontispiece, Five Initial Letters and a Cover Design Illustrated and Decorative by Aubrey Beardsley

      Leonard Smithers & Co, London 1898 - 4to. [xlv], 193 pp. Illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley. Blue cloth, gilt lettering & decoration, very good. (25831). No. 28 of 1000 copies. Bookplate of Allan Heywood Bright. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HELL ON THE BORDER He Hanged Eighty-Eight Men (Signed Association)

      Fort Smith: Phoenix Pub. Co, (and Fort Smith Elevator, Composition, Fort Smith), 1898. Book. Very Good+. Hardcover.. First Edition. 1st printing. Bound in cloth, most likely soon after publication. The original green paper covers were removed when bound & are therefore not present. Decorated title label (a little worn & browned) on spine. 720pp. Illust. This copy was a gift from the famous Western historian, E. A. Brininstool. In ink on the ffep is written, "L. H. Spragle from my ole' pard E. A. Brininstool Los Angeles Calif. Nov/1918." The copy is not signed, however, by Brininstool. One of the rarest & most sought of all outlaw & law enforcement books, this is the story of Judge Isaac C. Parker's Fort Smith federal court which served Indian Territory for many years. This book is a primary source for countless books on territorial outlaws & lawmen. Very good condition, although the upper corner of the text block was bumped resulting in compression bending across the corner on each page -- typical for a bumped book. The first 60pp at the upper front corner have a very tiny chip, only about 1/16". There is the occasion page elsewhere with minuscule chip. Covers vg, if somewhat worn at head & toe of spine, & at the fore corners. Your bookseller had the hinges professionally redone. This is a tight, eminently usable copy. Surprisingly good paper was used in this book; very little or no browning & no brittleness. Rare. 150 #65, 6-guns 929, Howes H203, Rader 1780, Graff 1785..

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        12 ?????. [Complete Works in 12 volumes ].

      Marks Skt. Peterburg 1898 - Twelve vols bound in seven, octavo (20 x 14 cm). With frontispiece portrait engraved by Fr. Brokhaus and facsimile; small marginal waterstain to frontispiece, pp. 19 - 30 in vol 12 detached from the block, occasional spotting, browning to some pages. Publisher's cloth, with floral ornament on boards, decorated in gilt on upper cover and spine; hinges slightly cracked but holding, upper cover slightly rubbed in vol 2. In an attractive, fresh decorated binding. This edition, issued as a supplement to magazine Niva, became a basis for the subsequent first Soviet edition published in 1919. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Untitled [Cowboys Corralling Cattle - Original Oil Painting]

      - [no date]. () Near fine. Original painting, oil on canvas. Image 23 X 29.25" (58.5 X 74 CM) in 30.25 X 36" (77 X 92 CM) decorative carved gilt brushed wooden frame. Some light wear and chipping to frame, else in excellent condition. Signed by Gilroy on the bottom left corner. A fantastic wild west themed painting showing two cowboys on horses attending to a calf who has broken away from the heard. A lively and earthy image. John Thomas Young Gilroy (30 May 1898 – 11 April 1985) was an English artist and illustrator, best known for his advertising posters for Guinness, the Irish stout. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO THE GOLD FIELDS OF ALASKA AND THE KLONDYKE ISSUED FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION

      San Francisco: Goodall, Perkins & Co., 1898.. 26pp. Original printed wrappers, stapled. Some edge chipping, toned and somewhat brittle, as usual. Good. A rare 1898 pamphlet with much information on the Yukon- Klondike and Alaska gold fields. Gold was discovered in 1896 on Rabbit Creek, a tributary of the Klondike, and when the news got out in July 1897, tens of thousands of gold seekers undertook the harrowing journey to Dyea and the Chilkoot gold rush trail. This pamphlet was very popular, with a first print run of 50,000 copies. It provided a wide range of information for the gold seeker, including what and how to pack, the regulations on transportation, the diggings, and Canadian duties. Topic headings include "Packing from Dyea Over Chilcoot Pass," "Rate for Packing - Dyea to Summit," "New Map of Alaska," "Outfit for a Woman," "A Lecture by Bishop Rowe of Alaska on the Yukon-Klondike Gold Field and How to Reach Same," among others. Rare, with no copies in OCLC.

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        Diccionario de la Constitucion Politica de Bolivia

      1898. Rare 1898 Glossary of Terms in the Constitution of Bolivia Barrios, Claudio Q. Diccionario de la Constitucion Politica de Bolivia. [La Paz: Imprenta y Lit. de "El Nacional," 1898]. [iv], v, 63, xiv pp. Quarto (8" x 5-3/4"). Stab-stitched pamphlet, wrappers not present, bound into later buckram, lettering piece to spine, hinges reinforced with cloth. Some soiling and shelfwear, front joint partially cracked, rear joint just starting at head, small chip to head of half-title, a few cracks to text block. Light toning to text, internally clean. Ex-library. Location label to spine, stamps and annotations to half-title. $850. * Only edition. This is a glossary and index of terms in Bolivia's 1880 Constitution, which was replaced in 1938. Each entry has a brief definition and a reference to the relevant article. This appears to be a rare title. OCLC locates 1 copy (at the University of Pennsylvania Law School). We located another copy at the Library of Congress Not in the British Museum Catalogue.

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        The Victorian Statutes. Arranged in Alphabetical and Chronological...

      1898. Horwitz, Louis, Compiler. The Victorian Statutes. Arranged in Alphabetical and Chronological Order with Notes and Indexes. Melbourne: Charles F. Maxwell (G. Partridge and Co.) Law Publishers, 1898-99. Nine volumes. Quarto (7-1/2" x 10-1/2"). Original cloth, black-stamped titles to spine. Moderate shelfwear and soiling, most hinges starting or cracked, internally clean. Ex-library. Location labels to spines, annotations to front pastedowns, small stamps to title pages. A solid set. $1,250. * Only edition. OCLC locates 9 copies. "Since the consolidation of the Statutes in 1890, the additions to the Statute Roll have been as numerous and important as they have been complicated, irritating, and perplexing. When it is considered that nearly five hundred Statutes have been passed, a very large number of them affecting the existing laws, and that these new Acts occupy ten sessional volumes, and necessitate reference throughout, I feel that no apology is needed [for this work, which is modeled] on Chitty's Statutes of Practical Utility.": Volume I Preface [iii]. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British commonwealth 6:26.

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        Chief Yellow Horn [Original Painting]

      - [no date]. () Near fine. Original painting, oil on canvas. Image 94 X 76 CM (37.5 X 30") in frame 115.50 X 94 CM (45.5 X 37"). Richly detailed and coloured painting in a large decorative wooden frame (gilt and light brown). Some light wear to frame. Signed by Gilroy on the bottom right corner. A wonderful, large portrait depicting a wise and resolute looking Native Man; with a richly detailed background and full headdress which make this a very striking painting. John Thomas Young Gilroy (30 May 1898 – 11 April 1985) was an English artist and illustrator, best known for his advertising posters for Guinness, the Irish stout. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research into Subconscious Nature of Man and Society. With an Introduction by Professor William James, of Harvard Universitiy

      NY: D. Appleton and Company 1898 - Spine rebacked in modern red cloth. 3/4 binding over marbled boards. x, 386 pages illustrations, plates. Hardcover. Good binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages. "First edition of Sidis's first book. Sidis arrived in America from Russia in 1887 "a friendless and almost penniless immigrant," (H. Addington Bruce, "Boris Sidis - an Appreciation," The Journal of Abnormal Psychology and Social Psychology, Apr. 1923) he was accepted at Harvard graduating in 1894, and attracting the interest of William James. James encouraged him to specialize in psychology and in 1897 he received his PhD. He subsequently did important work at New York State Psychopathic Institute, developing his method of hypnoidization, "and effecting impressive cures in cases of functional nervous and mental disorder." In 1904 he set up in private practice in psychotherapy at Brookline, Massachusetts, whilst continuing his experimental work, being "one of the first to undertake really scientific exploration of the subconscious region of the mind," and in 1909 he established a sanatorium for the treatment of nervous afflictions in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Bruce considers him to have been a "notable figure," and one who would be increasingly recognized for his contribution to the "larger knowledge now possessed regarding the nature and possibilities of the human personality." This is indirectly true, in that Sidis is probably best remembered now as the father of the prodigious William James Sidis." - Peter Harrington. Subjects: Mental suggestion. Suggestion. Unconscious (Psychology) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mary Stuart

      London - Goupil and Co. 1898 - A beautifully-bound biography of Queen Mary. Second edition, limited to five hundred copies. Illustrated throughout with twenty-six plates, including a coloured frontispiece. With tartan cloth endpapers. Bound by Zaehnsdorf. Condition: Ina red morocco binding with gilt detailing. Externally, smart, with just a few marks. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright, though with some scattered foxing. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED (Binding FINE). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Henry Fielding.Collection Of 12 Volumes, 1898 Charlers Scribner's Sons

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, New York, U.S.A. 1898 - Works of Henry Fielding, 1898 Westminster. Archibald Constable and Co. New York. Charlers Scribner's Sons Text in English. This is a complete set, 12 volumes: The Adventures Of Joseph Andrews. Vol I: 273pp The Adventures Of Joseph Andrews. Vol II: 251pp, Tom Jones Vol I.356pp, Tom Jones Vol II. 391pp, Tom Jones Vol III 342pp, Tom Jones Vol IV. 407pp, 1898 Miscellaneous Vol I. 406pp, 1899 Miscellaneous Vol II. 395pp 1899 Amelia Vol. I. 299pp, 1898 Amelia Vol. II. 290pp, 1898 Amelia Vol. III. 309pp, 1899 Jonathan Wild 301pp, 1899 Arnold Constable and Sons and Charles Scribner's Sons limited edition of 750 sets, printed by Chiswick. Label and Stamps by miles john stapylton sq myton hall helperby york and stamp end book by Chiswick. The covers three-quarter butterscotch leather with 5 raised bands, marbled boards, gilt lettering and decoration on slightly slanted spines, are in very good overall condition, with minor scuffs, but with all lettering unfaded. Foxing to fly leaves front and rear. Top edges gilt. Inside very clean. Frontispieces (most by George Cruikshank) generally clean, none of which are faded, though there is foxing to some borders. The bindings are tight throughout. Couple volumes slightly rubbed to tail of spine and some corner-tips slightly bended-in. generally a gorgeous set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        IN QUEST OF LIFE; OR, THE REVELATIONS OF THE WIYATATAO OF XIPANTL. THE LAST HIGH PRIEST OF THE AZTECS.

      London, New York: F. Tennyson Neely, Publisher, [1898] - Octavo, pp. [i-iii] iv [v] vi-ix [x] [11] 12-363 [364] [365-368: ads], three inserted plates, including frontispiece (photographic portrait of the author), original gray-green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black and silver. First edition. "This eccentric American lost-race fantasy, while presenting a confused and sometimes turgid appearance to the casual reader, has, hidden away in its pages like dormant magma, some of the most bizarre and controversial conceptions of its period. The story posits the former existence of a tribe of Toltecs in the American Southwest who practiced human sacrifice, and from whose altar dripped blood and gore that sank down into the ground and mingled with an underground stream to produce a liquid that acted as an elixir vitae (thus, technically, making this a kind of vampire story). In one scene, the high priest takes refuge from an earthquake in the cavern through which this stream flows, but, in trying to bring his young bride along with him, she suffers an accident that cuts her torso in two. The priest rescues the lower half, impregnates it and, by steeping it in the elixir stream for nine months, ensures the vitality of the fetus and the eventual birth of his heir." - Robert Eldridge. Reginald 15423. Not in Bleiler (1948; 1978). Bookplate of Stuart A. Teitler (a noted collector of lost race fiction) affixed to front paste-down. Cloth lightly rubbed at spine ends and corner tips, two short closed tears in title leaf, a very good copy with clean and bright covers. A notably rare book. (#131025) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE TREASURE OF THE ICE. A ROMANCE.

      London, New York: F. Tennyson Neely, Publisher,. [1898]. original decorated blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in red and silver.. Cloth lightly rubbed at spine panel and corner tips, a clean, tight,. very good copy. Very scarce. (#147751). First edition. Lost race romance wherein a colony of Greeks are found in the south polar region. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 208. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 077. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, Additions. Teitler (2013) 130. Bleiler (1978), p. 23. Reginald 01335.

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        A Chinese and English vocabulary in the Pekinese dialect. By George Carter Stent, Imperial Maritime Customs. Revised by Rev. Donald MacGillivray.

      American Presbyterian Mission Press 1898 - Third Edition.- 1 h., [V]-VII, 788 p., (209x137mm.).- Encuadernación en tela a la holandesa con puntas; borde de lomera y puntas fileteadas en dorado. Cantos y pies rozados con tela perdida. Interior impoluto sin firmas, anotaciones ni subrayados.- // Si la elaboración de diccionarios formó parte de la actividad desarrollada por los misioneros católicos tanto en América, por jesuitas y franciscanos, como en Asia, por los jesuitas en los siglos XVI y XVII, así también, a partir de la década de 1820, lo fue del protestantismo evangelista y las sociedades bíblicas cuando acometieron la última gran oleada de divulgación del cristianismo, en este caso protestante, fuera de Europa. Dentro de esta obra global, la misión presbiteriana americana en Shanghai reimprimió en 1898 la tercera edición de este vocabulario, obra del inspector de aduanas marítimas George Stent. La primera edición de la obra de Stent había sido impresa en noviembre de 1871 por el servicio de aduanas britanico en Shangai, que también publicó la tercera y definitiva en 1877. Más que un vocabulario, esta demostración de paciencia es una dilatada relación de frases, o 'conceptos narrados', puestas en el orden alfabético de la transliteración de su pronunciación en el dialecto pekinés a caracteres latinos. De tal manera que, como señala su autor en el breve prefacio, es un vocabulario que toma su punto de partida en cualquier expresión que previamente 'se haya oído' y, por su sonido, poder conocer cómo se escribe en pictogramas, cuál es el significado del concepto base que entra en juego y el de las principales 'ideas' que se construyen con él, y la escritura en pictograma de esas 'ideas' relacionadas. Por si no fuera suficientemente complicado, el autor, así lo indicaba en el prólogo de la primera edición ausente de ésta, se impuso también el límite de no ocupar nada más que una línea con cada entrada para facilitar simultáneamente la organización de la información en columnas y un recorrido más sencillo por el vocabulario. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Through Asia. In 2 volumes.

      London, Methuen, 1898, - lg. in-8vo, XX + 663 p., + 1 folded map, / XII p. upto 1278 p. + large folded map, with nearly three hundred illustrations from sketches and photographs by the author, only a few stains, untrimmed copy, small legacy stamp ?Guggisberg? on first fly, publisher?s red cloth, spine with gilt ornaments, lettering on morocco titlepiece, spine a bit sunned, topedge gilt, in all a fine copy. First English edition Illustrated with 83 photos, 49 drawings, 4 colour drawings and coloured fold out map. Volume 2 with 81 drawings 28 photos 2 colour drawings and coloured fold out map. An account of Hedin"s central Asian explorations of 1893 to 1897.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Alphabet. Published by William Heinemann.

      London. (Second Impression, September) 1898. Titelblatt und 26 schöne, großflächige Farblithos (in Schwarz und Ocker mit dezenten Rot-, Blau- und Grünakzenten) und 1 Bl. mit Verlagsanzeigen. Titelblatt mit zweifarbigem Verlegersignet. Original-Halbleinwand-Einband. (Rücken restauriert. Einband etwas gebräunt und an den Kanten teils berieben. Titelblatt etwas fleckig. Tafeln gering randgebräunt). 31x25 cm* Zweite Auflage dieser brühmten Folge des englischschen Jugendstils mit gränzenden Karikaturen. Das mit leichter (britischer) Ironie entworfene Bilderalphabet zählt zu Recht zu den besten Arbeiten des Künstlers. Sir William Newzam Prior Nicholson (5 February 1872 – 16 May 1949) was an English painter of still-life, landscape and portraits, also known for his work as a wood-engraver, illustrator, author of children\'s books and designer for the theatre. Versand D: 3,00 EUR ABC-Buch, fibel, Alphabet, Alphabete, Jugendstil, English, England, Großbritannien, Künstlergrafik, Graphik, Grafik, Künstlergraphik, Buchstaben, Satire, British, Britisch, englischssprachig, Kinderbuch, Bilderbuch, Kinderbücher, Bilderbücher, picture books, illustrations,

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        Das Golfspiel.,

      Stuttgart, Weise, 1898 - Mit Frontispiz (in Pag.) und zahlr. Abb. im Text. VI S., 1 Bl., 120 S. Einzige Ausgabe des ersten umfassenden deutschen Lehrbuchs für Golfspieler. Von großer Seltenheit. - Gegenüber dem in Heinekens Buch "Die beliebtesten Rasenspiele" (1893) abgedruckten Abschnitt zum Golfspiel ist diese Monographie eine vollständige Neubearbeitung unter Berücksichtigung der seitdem geänderten Spielregeln. - van Stockum 1806. - Zu Beginn mit dezenten alten Besitzvermerken, Titel mit kleiner, hinterlegter Läsur im Bund. Stellenweise leicht braunfleckig. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 700 Farbig illustr. OHlwd. (leicht fleckig). - (Sportspiele im Freien 1). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        God's Prisoner

      Hurst & Blackett, 1898. Hardcover. Fair/No Dustjacket. 1898. 331 pages. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Green cloth hardback with black and red lettering. Usual library inserts, inscriptions and stamps. Internal hinges cracked. Significant water staining, use marking, foxing and tanning present. Ffep missing. Some pages detached and loosely inserted. Loss to some pages. Wear and tear to page edges. Text remains clear and legible throughout on yellowed pages. Some darker stains and finger marks to page edges but remains readable. Uneven binding with some parted hinges. Binding has weakened due to hinge cracking, most noticeably the front and rear hinges whihc have exposed netting. Heavy water staining, scuffing, edge wear and use marking present with tanning to spine. Some losses to cloth. Bumped corners.

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        The War of the Worlds.

      London: William Heinemann,, 1898. Octavo. Original grey cloth, spine and front board lettered in black, publisher's device to rear board in black, top and fore edges untrimmed Housed in a custom grey quarter morocco solander box. With 16-page publisher's catalogue to rear, dated 1897 and headed by New Letters of Napoleon I. Bookseller's ticket (Foyles) to front pastedown, apparently contemporary ownership inscription of J. H. Jonkin Jr. to front pastedown and free endpaper. Spine sunned, a few small markings to cloth, corners bumped, small dent to fore edge of rear board, edges toned, light foxing to endleaves, a few minor spots to half-title and title-page, very occasional marginal markings, a few advertisement leaves roughly opened. A very good copy. First edition in book form, presentation copy, blind-stamped to that effect on the title-page. The War of the Worlds was originally printed as a serial in Pearson's magazine from April to December 1897.

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        The Adventures of Captain Kettle

      London: C. Arthur Pearson. Near Fine in Good+ dust jacket. 1898. Cloth. Red cloth, gilt titles and pictorial decoration on the upper board and spine, in the publisher's glazed printed paper dust-wrapper; pp. viii, 318, [16] (ads), illustrated in text throughout. With a laid-in TLS from the author regarding another (much later) novel in the Captain Kettle series. Spine ends and corners rubbed, front hinge starting, previous owner name dated 1898 on the ffep, but a bright square copy; the jacket stained on both panels and along the bottom edge, spine faded, spine head chipped and corners. NCBL III 1105. One of the books on the expanded list of the "Lilly 89" Good Novels of the Sea. Super-scarce in the fragile jacket .

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        Das Luxus-Fahrwerk. Ein Handbuch für Equipagenbesitzer.

      Stuttgart, Schickhardt & Ebner, 1898. - 4to. VII, 192 S. Mit 134 teils ganzseitigen Abbildungen. Orig.-Leinwand mit geprägter farbiger Deckelillustration. Erste Ausgabe. - Kapitale und Ecken etwas bestossen, sonst sehr gutes und sauberes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jérusalem

      Calmann-Lévy 1898 - - Calmann-Lévy, Paris 1898, 13x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 75 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande. Bel exemplaire aux témoins conservés. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition, one of 75 numbered copies on Holland paper. Beautiful copy preserved witnesses. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Der Verbrecher (Homo delinquens) in anthropologischer , ärztlicher und juristischer Beziehung. In deutscher Bearbeitung von M. O. FRAENKEL u. H. KURELLA (Bd. 3). 3 Bde.

      Hamburg, Verlagsanst. u. Druckerei A.-G. 1890-1896. Gr.-8°, XXXI(1) S. (Tit., Einführ. u. Vorw. d. Verf.), 545(1) S., IV (Tit. u. Vorw. d. Übers.), 412 S. mit 1 Tafelbild u. Tit. II S. (Vorw. d. Verf.), 29(1) S., 64 meist gefaltete Tafeln mit z. Tl. photogr. Abb. Mit etlichen Tabellen u. einigen wenigen Fig. im Text. HLdrBde. d. Zt. auf vier falschen Bünden m. Tit. u. reichen Verz. in Goldpräg. auf Rü., marmor. Buchschnitt u. gemusterten Vorsätzen. Kanten u. Kapitale berieben. Stempel auf Tit. unschön m. Exlibris überklebt. Im Text etwas gebräunt u. stellenw. stockfleckig. Mischauflage der ersten und zweiten Auflage dieser ersten deutschen Ausgabe, übersetzt nach der 1876 veröffentlichten Originalausgabe (\"L`uomo delinquente in rapporto all`Anthropologia, alla Giurisprudenza ed alle discipline carcerarie\"). Der italienische Mediziner und Anthropologe Cesare Lombroso (1836-1909) war Militärarzt in Pavia, leitete fünf Jahre die Nervenanstalt von Pesaro, lehrte später in Turin gerichtliche Medizin, Hygiene sowie Psychiatrie und gilt als Begründer der Kriminologie. Er vertrat die These, es gebe geborene Verbrecher, die durch körperliche und psychische Merkmale zu erkennen seien. Abstehende Ohren, zusammengewachsene Augenbrauen, schmale Lippen und hervorstehende Eckzähne waren für ihn u. a. Erkennungszeichen krimineller Neigungen. Europaweit lieferten Lombrosos umstrittene Theorien den Anstoß für wissenschaftliche Debatten über die Ursachen des Verbrechens. (vlg. dazu Brockhaus, 19. Aufl. XIII, 509). Versand D: 15,00 EUR Gerichtsmedizin, Kriminologie, Law, Crime, Legal medicine

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        Encyklopädie der mathematischen Wissenschaften mit Einschluss ihrer Anwendungen. Erster Band in zwei Teilen: Arithmetik und Algebra. Zweiter Band in drei Teilen und in vier Bänden: Analysis; Dritter Band in drei Teilen und in fünf Bänden: Geometrie; Vierter Band in vier Teilbänden + Registerband; Fünfter Band in drei Teilbänden: Physik; Sechster Band in drei Teilbänden: Geodäsie und Geophysik und Astronomie.

      Teubner, Leipzig 1898-1925. - durchscnittlich 500 S. je Teilband mit einigen Abbildungen, Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 30000 Groß 8°, Original-Halbleder, marmorierter Schnitt, Bibliotheks-Exemplare (ordnungsgemäß entwidmet), Stempel auf Titel, Einbände nur minimal berieben, Deckel vereinzelt minimal fleckig, insgesamt gute und innen saubere Exemplare,

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        Waverley Novels

      Edinburgh: Adams and Charles Black, 1898. Full leather. Fine. Edinburgh: Adams and Charles Black, 1898. Full leather. Twenty-five volumes. Octavo. The Waverley Novels by Sir. Walter Scott, portrait and other illustration to frontispiece. Bound in full dark green morocco, covers and spine extra gilt decorations of pointelles design and floral patterns, raised bands, gilt title, all edges gilt, marbled endpaper. A beautiful bound set.

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        QUELPAERT & KANG-NEUNG. [Color Cloth-Backed Articulating Maps Of Korea]

      VERY EARLY ARTICULATING MAPS OF S. KOREA & PART OF JAPAN Paris [1898] - , Service Geographique de l'Armee. Colored maps,linen backed cloth, very clean, bright, no defects, 60 x 51cm., 3 folds, folds down to 19.7 x 25.5 cm., in the best ofcondition, group of two maps. FIRST & ONLY RARE EDITION

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        La Danse

      Hachette, Paris 1898 - First edition. Illustrated with 19 photogravure plates of various works arts printed on thick stock, and with a profusion of half-tone reproductions from old engravings, paintings, etc., throughout the text. [4] viii, 390, [2] pp. 1 vols. 4to. One of the great modern, comprehensive books by the painter and traveller, Vuillier (1844-1915). Bound in publisher's full blue straight-grained morocco, with swash lettering in gilt, a.e.g. Slight traces of rubbing at extremities. About fine Illustrated with 19 photogravure plates of various works arts printed on thick stock, and with a profusion of half-tone reproductions from old engravings, paintings, etc., throughout the text. [4] viii, 390, [2] pp. 1 vols. 4to [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Brockhaus Konversations-Lexikon, 14. Auflage, Revidierte Jubiläumsausgabe, Jugendstil-Ausgabe, 16 + 1 Bde.

      Leipzig, F. A. Brockhaus, 1898. - Die 14. Auflage erschien erstmals zwischen 1892 und 1895, Neuausgaben folgten 1898, 1903, 1908 und 1920. Erste und einzige Brockhaus-Auflage mit einer größeren Anzahl von Chromolithographien. Es gibt diese Auflage in zahlreichen unterschiedlichen Einbandvarianten. Die hier angebotene Ausgabe der Wiener Buchhandlung Bial & Freund spiegelt am prononciertesten von allen den Jugendstil der Zeit wider. de 42000 Alle Bände in gutem Zustand, allenfalls partiell leicht berieben; bei Bd. 17 kleiner Kapitalanriß fachmännisch geschlossen. Buchrücken partiell mit leichter Aufhellung (die aber für die Verhältnisse dieser aufhellungsempfindlichen Ausgabe sehr gering ausfällt); Buchdeckel sauber und kaum berieben. Seiten partiell leicht fleckig. In toto schönes Exemplar dieser sehr gesuchten Jugendstil-Ausgabe, die in gutem Zustand auf dem antiquarischen Buchmarkt nur äußerst selten anzu-treffen ist. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). Grundwerk in 16 Bänden (A - Z) sowie der Supplementband, somit vollständiges Exemplar in 17 Bänden. Schwarze Original-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln sowie reicher floraler Prägeornamentik im Jugendstil-Dekor, die den gesamten Buchrücken bedeckt; Buchdeckel mit grünen strukturierten Bezügen und Lederecken; marmorierter Buchschnitt. Vollständig neu bearbeitete Auflage im Gesamtumfang von 16.500 Sei-ten. mit mehr als 1.000 teils farbigen Tafeln, darunter 134 Chromolithographien, 322 Karten und Pläne sowie 3.000 Holzschnitt-Illustrationen. Es erschien noch ein Supplementband.

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        NAGASAKI. [Color Cloth-Backed Articulating Map]

      SUPERB EARLY COLOR MAPS OF NAGASAKI, INSERT OF S. KOREA Paris [1898] - , Service Geographique de l'Armee. Colored map,linen backed cloth, very clean, bright, no defects, 60 x 51cm., 3 folds, folds down to 19.7 x 25.5 cm., in the best ofcondition. FIRST & ONLY RARE EDITION Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Wessex Poems and other Verses.

      Harper 1898 - FIRST EDITION, 31 illustrations (13 full-page) by Hardy, tissue-guard to frontispiece foxed, pastedowns and endleaves foxed, pp. xi, 228, 8vo, good in the original presentation binding: white bevel-edged cloth, backstrip and front cover blocked in gilt and conforming to that of the ordinary green cloth issue, covers and endpapers foxed and backstrip sunned, gilt edges, covers slightly marked. Rare. 'This is a special presentation or gift binding, the book appearing just at Christmas. The publisher's advertised "A few copies handsomely bound, for presentation purposes, at 7.6d. each"' (Purdy) (Purdy, pp. 96-101; Hayward 310)

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        The Story of the Malakand Field Force: An Episode of Frontier War

      London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1898. First edition, only printing. Hardcover. This is a superior, collector-grade copy of Churchill's first book, based on his exploits with Sir Bindon Blood's expedition on the Northwest Frontier of India in 1897. This copy comes to us from the collection of Oscar-winning actor and director Lord Richard Samuel Attenborough (1923-2014). When this book was written and published, Churchill was a young cavalry officer still serving in India. While he had successfully applied his pen as a war correspondent - indeed the book is based on his dispatches to the Daily Telegraph and the Pioneer Mail - this was his first book-length work. The young Churchill was motivated by a combination of pique and ambition. He was vexed that his Daily Telegraph columns were to be published unsigned. On 25 October 1897 Churchill wrote to his mother: "...I had written them with the design... of bringing my personality before the electorate." Two weeks later, his resolve to write a book firming, Churchill again wrote to his mother: "...It is a great undertaking but if carried out will yield substantial results in every way, financially, politically, and even, though do I care a damn, militarily." Having invested his ambition in this first book, he clearly labored over it: "I have discovered a great power of application which I did not think I possessed. For two months I have worked not less than five hours a day." The finished manuscript was sent to his mother on the last day of 1897 and published on 14 March of 1898. Publication was arranged by Churchill's uncle while the author was still in India, resulting in numerous spelling and detail errors. Churchill was incensed by the errors and acted with haste to address them. Hence later states of the first edition bear errata slips. Home Issue copies also bear a 32-page Longmans, Green catalogue bound in at the back, which is dated either "12/97" or "3/98" at the foot of page 32. With only a little more than 1,900 copies bound, this first edition of Churchill's first book is both desirable and elusive in collector worthy condition. Here is such a copy, the first edition, only printing, first state in condition approaching near fine. The green cloth binding remains square and tight with strong color and vivid gilt. We note no color shift to the spine, which has excellent shelf presentation. We note light overall soiling and minor wear is confined to spine ends, corners, and hinges. The contents are very good for the edition. The original black endpapers are intact, with no splits or cracking. All maps are intact, including the folding maps at pages 1 and 146, as is the frontispiece and tissue guard. First state is confirmed by the absence of an errata slip and a rear catalogue dated “12/97”. Spotting is moderate for the edition, occasional and intermittent throughout and visible on the page edges. We find a gift inscription on the front free endpaper: “Ogilvie Graham | from | his “Uncle Charlie” | July 1898” and “R. A. Wilson” ink stamped to the upper blank upper margin of the first page of the Preface. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A1.1.a, Woods/ICS A1(aa), Langworth p.12.

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        Der Reichsgerichtsbau zu Leipzig; Gesammt-ansichten und einzelheiten nach den mit maassen versehenen original-zeichnungen der facaden und der innenraume, sowie naturaufnahmen der bemerkenswerthesten theile dieses in den jahren 1887 bis 1895 errichteten gebaudes; Mit beschreibendem text von Ludwig Hoffmann, architekt des Reichsgerichtsbaus; Mit genehmigung und unterstützung des Reichsjustizamts; 100 Tafeln

      Berlin: Bruno Hessling. First printing. Hardcover. Good. First edition, ca. 1898. Folio, portfolio with ties housing loose plates, heavily illustrated, a Good ex-library copy with typical treatments (bookplates, label on spine-bottom, etc.), wear to some pages including loss to the edges of some of the pages, age-toning and soiling to some pages, book-tape along length of the spine, soiling to the covers, rubbing and wear to the tips and edges of the covers of the portfolio including some fraying or loss. Text in German. This book is large and somewhat heavy and will most likely require an additional shipping charge. Collated complete. A rare book--17 copies on OCLC.

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        The Golfer's Alphabet

      Harper & Brothers 1898 - Top and bottom edges show wear as well as side. Some wear with a few clippings in the paper artwork front and back. Sun faded on front cover - 2 inch strip on right side. Previous owner's name in ink on title page and dated 1989. The book itself is clean and tight throughout. Photos can be provided. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Roses Facsimiles of Watercolors

      FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY, NEW YORK 1898 - The title is printed on the front cover and spine in gold gilt lettering, beautiful color pictures. beautiful full page color illustrations of roses printed on plate copyright and Frederick Stokes 1898, wonderful Art Nouveau red cover design, signed AR, covers badly chipped, spine frayed and chipped at top/bottom, text is detached from boards but all contents present, inscription front end page for a Christmas gift to previous owner, browning to pages. Paul de Longpré (1855–1911), a French flower painter, worked mainly in the United States. He was born in Lyon, France, and was entirely self-taught. From his twelfth year he practiced successfully in Paris as a painter of fans. At 21 he first exhibited at the Salon. Having lost his money by the failure of a Paris bank, he moved in 1890 to New York and in 1896 held an exhibition of flower pieces which secured him instant recognition. In 1899 he moved to California and two years later built a beautiful house at Hollywood, which became celebrated for its magnificent flower gardens. De Longpré painted only perfect specimens of flowers; with delicacy of touch and with feeling for color he united scientific knowledge, and he also knew how to give expression to the subtle essence of the flowers. The finest of his paintings include "Double Peach Blossoms" and "White Fringed Poppies" (1902) - both widely known through popular reproductions. DATE PUBLISHED: 1898 EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Story of the Malakand Field Force: An Episode of Frontier War

      London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1898. First edition, only printing. Hardcover. This is a collector worthy copy of the first edition of Churchill's first book, based on his exploits with Sir Bindon Blood's expedition on the Northwest Frontier of India in 1897. When this book was written and published, Churchill was a young cavalry officer still serving in India. While he had successfully applied his pen as a war correspondent - indeed the book is based on his dispatches to the Daily Telegraph and the Pioneer Mail - this was his first book-length work. The young Churchill was motivated by a combination of pique and ambition. He was vexed that his Daily Telegraph columns were to be published unsigned. On 25 October 1897 Churchill wrote to his mother: "...I had written them with the design... of bringing my personality before the electorate." Two weeks later, his resolve to write a book firming, Churchill again wrote to his mother: "...It is a great undertaking but if carried out will yield substantial results in every way, financially, politically, and even, though do I care a damn, militarily." Having invested his ambition in this first book, he clearly labored over it: "I have discovered a great power of application which I did not think I possessed. For two months I have worked not less than five hours a day." The finished manuscript was sent to his mother on the last day of 1897 and published on 14 March of 1898. Publication was arranged by Churchill's uncle while the author was still in India, resulting in numerous spelling and detail errors. Churchill was incensed by the errors and acted with haste to address them. Hence later states of the first edition bear errata slips. Home Issue copies also bear a 32-page Longmans, Green catalogue bound in at the back, which is dated either "12/97" or "3/98" at the foot of page 32. With only a little more than 1,900 copies bound, this first edition of Churchill's first book is both desirable and elusive in collector worthy condition. Here is a superior copy, notable both for condition and bibliographic interest. As noted by ChurchillÂ’s bibliographer Ronald Cohen, second state copies of the first edition typically contain a rear catalogue dated “3/98”. However, Cohen notes having seen two second state copies with rear catalogues dated “12/97” and concludes that with these early second state copies - “12/97 catalogues were used until the supply was exhausted, and 3/98 catalogues were employed thereafter.” Here is one such early second state copy, with both the errata slip and a rear catalogue dated “12/97”. (See Cohen, Vol. I, p.10.) We conservatively grade overall condition of this copy as very good plus. The green cloth binding remains square and tight with strong color, bright gilt, and square corners. We note mild spine toning, with only light overall soiling, a few small blemishes in the spine title box, and a little wrinkling to the spine ends. The contents are very good for the edition. The original black endpapers are intact, with no splits or cracking. All maps are intact, including the folding maps at pages 1 and 146, as is the frontispiece, and both folding maps and the frontispiece remain protected by the original tissue guards. We find no previous ownership marks. Spotting is moderate for the edition, occasional and intermittent throughout and visible on the page edges. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A1.1.b, Woods/ICS A1(aa), Langworth p.12.

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        Allgemeine Fischerei-Zeitung. Neue Folge der Bayerischen Fischerei-Zeitung. Organ für die Gesamtinteressen der Fischerei, sowie für die Bestrebungen der Fischereivereine, insbesonderheit Organ des Deutschen Fischereivereins. Jahrgänge 20 (1895) und 23 (1898) bis 47 (1922) (entspricht Neue Folge Band 13 bis 37),

      Possenbacher, München und Gebrüder Reichel, Augsburg 1898-1922. - ca. 400 S. je Jahrgang mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und Anzeigen, Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 15000 private Karton- und private Halbleinenbände mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel auf Papier-Rückenschildern, Bibliotheks-Exemplar mit Rückenschild, Stempel auf Vorsatz und Titel, Papier leicht gebräunt, Kopfschnitt gering angestaubt, die kartonierten Bände teils angerändert, knickfaltig und gering gebogen, insgesamt gutes und innen sauberes Exemplar, 26 Jahrgänge in 22 Bänden (teils 2 Jahrgänge je Band),.

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        Ustica.

      Prag, Mercy 1898.. Mit 58 Tafeln und 2 farb. Karten (davon 1 in 6 Segmenten auf Lwd. aufgezogen). XII, 132 S. OLwd. Folio. 41 x 33 cm. Beckmann 48. - Umfangreiche und detailreiche Monographie zu der kleinen Äolen-Insel Ustica nordwestlich von Palermo. Beschreibt mit wissenschaftlicher Genauigkeit die Tier- und Pflanzenwelt der Insel, Klima, Gesteine und Petrefakte, die zumeist von den Liparischen Inseln zugewanderte Bevölkerung, ihre Lebensweise, Bräuche und Kultur. - Tls. etwas stockfleckig. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Le chien de garde

      - Paris, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1898. In-8, br., 150pp. Edition originale, un des 5 sur papier Japon non annoncés, celui-ci enrichi d¿un envoi pleine page à l¿éditeur Fasquelle mentionnant le regret de Richepin de ne pas avoir eu Taillade pour jouer le rôle principal. En effet, il le joua en 1889, mais il mourut en 1898 avant de pouvoir reprendre le rôle, laissé alors à Decori. Couverture tachée. Magnifique exemplaire sur japon avec un bel envoi de Richepin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Scheveningen".

      - Radierung, 1898, signiert. 23,3: 16,4 cm. Beringer 25, III. – Sehr gutes, vollrandiges Exemplar auf Van Gelder Zonen-Velin. Das Blatt entstand zu einer Zeit als sich Thomas Erfolg nach langen entbehrungsreichen Jahren ohne Anerkennung endlich eingestellt hatte. Thoma begann nach Lehren als Lithograph und Anstreicher in Basel sowie als Uhrenschildmaler in Furtwangen, die er nicht beendete, autodidaktische Mal- und Zeichenstudien. 1859 studierte er an der Karlsruher Kunstakademie bei Ludwig Des Coudres (1820-1878) und Johann Wilhelm Schirmer (1807-1863). 1868 reiste er nach Aufenthalten in Basel und Düsseldorf mit Otto Scholderer (1834-1902) nach Paris. 1870-1877 lebte er in München, wo er mit dem Leibl-Kreis verkehrte. Sein erster Aufenthalt in Italien war 1874, ein zweiter 1880. 1876 zog er nach Frankfurt am Main. Nach sehr zögerlich einsetzendem Erfolg – seinen ersten größeren Auftrag hatte er 1882, 1890 seine erste erfolgreiche Sonderausstellung in München – führte seine steigende Bekanntheit 1898 zur Professur an der Karlsruher Kunstakademie und 1899 zum Direktorat der dortigen Kunsthalle.

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        Oeuvres Poésies - Les Illuminations - Autres illuminations - Une saison en EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Mercure de France, 1898. Fine. Mercure de France, Paris 1898, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition partly original, false mention of sixth. Book, illustrated frontispiece a portrait of Arthur Rimbaud by Henri Fantin-Latour. Three tiny tears without missing the head and foot of the back, nice copy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition en partie originale, fausse mention de sixième édition. Ouvrage illustré en frontispice d'un portrait de Arthur Rimbaud par Henri Fantin-Latour. Trois infimes déchirures sans manque en tête et en pied du dos, agréable exemplaire.  

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        An Almanac Of Twelve Sports

      William Heinemann, London 1898 - tan pictorial paper-covered boards; lettering in black on front cover; tan linen spine; Heineman logo in colour on rear cover; illustration in black by Nicholson on front cover; cream coloured end papers; no previous owner's inscriptions or signatures; the spine is square; [1] blank leaf, [1] title page with Heinemann vignette in colour, copyright on verso, [1] poem, [2] 1898 calendar, [24] twelve poems by Rudyard Kipling on verso pages and 12 full page lithographs in colour after the original wood cuts by Nicholson on recto pages, [2] ads, and [1] blank leaf; the twelve full page plates depict a sport for each month as follows: Hunting (January), Coursing (February), Racing (March), Boating (April), Fishing (May), Cricket (June), Archery (July), Coaching (August), Shooting (September), Golf (October), Boxing (November) and Skating (December). the spine which is often found in delicate condition is indeed very good with this copy; hinges are strong despite top of rear joint starting; no foxing; no browning; minor off-set (as is common) of the plates to text pages; one of the better copies we have handled . Size: Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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