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        Travels in the coastlands of British East Africa and the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba their agricultural resources and general characteristics.

      London Chapman & Hall 1898 - First edition. 8vo., xxiv, 774pp., frontispiece, 43 plates, 4 large folding maps, illustrations in the text, contemporary red half calf gilt, marbled boards, lightly rubbed, a very good copy. The author spent two years exploring and mapping the coastline. As well as the detailed study of his findings, the book also contains accounts of his hunting exploits. Czech p57. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Photograph): The Sweet Potato Field

      Rudolf Eickemeyer 1898 - Gelatin silver photograph. 11.25" x 8.5". Captioned in red in print along with the copyright information and "Printed and Developed by Full Gas-Light on 'Special Rough' Velox", along with the logo of the Nepera Chemical Company. Small nicks in the upper margin not touching the image, else very near fine. Two black women working in a sweet potato field, one hoeing and the other stooped over planting, with a plow or harrow beside them. We surmise that this was an advertisement in an (April?) 1898 issue of The Photographic Times. Eickemeyer, born in Yonkers, New York, was an American pictorialist photographer, a member of the New York Camera Club, and along with Alfred Stieglitz, one of the first two Americans admitted to "The Brotherhood of the Linked Ring," an English group devoted to photography as a fine art. His photographs appeared in Camera Work, and he won numerous international medals for his work.One of his iconic images of black tenent farmers.

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        Études d'économie politique appliquée.

      Lausanne & Paris: F. Rouge & F. Pichon,, 1898. (Théorie de la production de la richesse sociale). Octavo (208 x 134 mm). Near contemporary quarter morocco, speckled paper boards, red morocco label to spine, raised bands ruled in blind, marbled endpapers, edges sprinkled brown, partially unopened. 4 folding plates. Some wear to corners and lower board, small nick to second raised band, boards gently scuffed, contents lightly browned and plates foxed as typical, overall a very good copy. First edition of this collection of articles, originally intended to complete Walras's Élements d'économie politique pure under the title Élements d'économie politique appliquée. The treatise remained unfinished, however, and it was eventually published in the form of incomplete Études. "Three-quarters of the volume are devoted to money and finance; the rest is divided into three roughly equal parts - between the study of monopolies, of agricultural studies, of industry and commerce and the 'Esquisse d'une doctrine économique et sociale'. In Part I, 'Money' - more than a third of the book - Walras presents again the chapters that had been expurgated from the third edition of Éléments, the Theory of Money and half a dozen articles published in scientific journals and newspapers. The part entitled "II. Monopolies" consists of only one substantial study dating back to 1875, 'L'État et les chemins de fer', that had been turned down by the Journal des économistes. Part III contains three articles whose titles speak for themselves: 'The influence of communication between markets on the situation of rural communities', 'Applied economics and the protection of wages' and 'Theory of free trade'. Three parts follow, on credit, banking (with a text that is crucial to understand Walras's monetary theory, 'Mathematical theory of banknotes') and stock markets. The book concludes with 'Outline of an economic and social doctrine'" (Faccarello & Kurz, 256).

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        Le castel Beranger oeuvre de Hector Guimard

      Paris: Rouam et Cie, 1898. Very Good. First edition. Oblong folio. [xii]pp., plus 65 gelatine-printed color-plates. In original decorated portfolio, bound by Engel. Flaps and ties of the portfolio renewed, some stains and scratches on the portfolio, some plates with a bit of light foxing as usual, and one with a small stain, very good or better.An extensive documentation of one of the most influential and earliest Art Nouveau buildings in France, documenting the complete outer and inner decoration. Guimard originally designed this six-story high apartment building in Paris in neo-gothic style, but later redesigned it in the most elaborate and exuberant floral Art Nouveau style. A beautiful example of the High Art Nouveau period, one of the most important examples of the style.

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        Ainsi parlait Zarathoustra

      First edition of the French translation for which it was not drawn great papers. Half Havana binding, back with five nerves set with black threads, title piece of black shagreen, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, speckled head, preserved covers. Illustrated book of a portrait of Friedrich Nietzsche frontispiece. A shadow in the margins of the back of the title page and the page in his eyes. Rare. Mercure de France Paris 1898 14x22,5cm relié

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        George Patton Jr.

      1898/1913. Comprises: <br /><br />(1) George S. Patton’s 1898 Report Card!<br /><br />Partly Printed Document Signed <I>“Stephen Cutter Clark”</I> as Principal, one page, 5.25” x 8.25”. Completed in manuscript. Fine condition.<br /><br />Headed <I>“Classical School for Boys / Pasadena, California / Report of George S. Patton / for the term ending Dec. 23, 1898. / Times Absent 1 / Times Late 0 / Times Dismissed 0.”</I> There are two numerical grades for each subject, Recitation / Examination. His grades: Arithmetic 73/96 – Geography 91/93 – Grammar 75/65 – History 88/82 – Latin 90/82 – Penmanship 85/90 – Reading 84/90 – Spelling 85/100 – Deportment 100 (Recitation).<br /><br />Carlo d’Este writes in “Patton: A Genius for War” (New York: HarperCollins, 1995), “Patton was eleven before he began learning to read and write. In September 1897, when he was nearly twelve, Patton’s father ‘finally rebelled against the “hands that rock the cradle” ruling the boy, and sent him to the local grammar school,’ the Classical School for Boys, located on South Euclid Avenue in nearby Pasadena … His first day was a poignant one in Patton’s life: ‘We drove up in the old surrey and … Papa turned to me and said very sadly: “Son, henceforth our paths diverge forever.” I have never forgotten that but though we lived more and more apart our hearts and minds never separated.’<br /><br />“The principal of the Classical School for Boys was Dr. Stephen Cutter Clark [1859-1931], a noted Latin scholar and historian who was assisted by his brother, Mr. G.M. Clark. At what was essentially a small high school, Patton joined twenty-five other children of Southern California gentry and spent the next six years undergoing his first formal training. A diligent student, Patton nevertheless faltered because of his dyslexia. Algebra, geometry, and arithmetic were among the subjects taught and virtually all proved a struggle … In 1902, for example, Patton’s report cards reflect examination and recitation grades in the fifties and sixties and occasionally in the low seventies. His deportment was exemplary, as were his marks in ancient and modern history, which consistently were in the high nineties…<br /><br />“Where Patton excelled was in his amazing capacity to memorize and quote verbatim and at length from the Bible or any book he had been exposed to during those many years of home schooling. Although he was not born with it, Patton developed a photographic mind that compensated dramatically for his dyslexia … By the time he entered VMI [Virginia Military Institute] in 1903, he had acquired the rudiments of a first-class education. Hidden behind the negative image created by the dyslexia lay an incredibly vast storehouse of knowledge of biblical and military subjects. Later, as an adult, Patton would make light of his academic ordeal by joking. ‘I had trouble with my a’s and b’s – and what the hell is that other letter?’”<br /><br />(2) Postmarked envelope from Fort Myer incorporating his signature!<br /><br />Envelope Signed “Geo. S Patton” in the name of the addressee, 6” x 4”. George Washington 2¢ stamp affixed, postmarked Fort Myer, Va., April 21, 1913. Addressed by Patton to his mother, “Mrs. Geo. S Patton / San Gabriel / Los Angeles Co. / California.” Slit open at top edge. Fine condition.<br /><br />Patton left VMI in 1903 for West Point where he graduated in 1909, ranking 46 in a class of 103. He was assigned the 15th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Sheridan, near Chicago. In the Fall of 1911, Patton received orders to report to Fort Myer, Virginia, for duty with the 15th Cavalry.<br />

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        The Nigger of the "Narcissus

      London: William Heinemann, 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First British edition, first printing. 259 pp, + 4 pp of undated ads, followed by the publisher's 16 page catalog dated Autumn, 1897; publisher's imprint at base of spine with "H" larger than other capital letters; "hi" missing from "his" on page 146. Very Good; spine cloth darkened, lightly rubbed at ends and joints, with small chipping at the head; small stain to rear cover; previous owner bookplate, bookseller ticket and owner details to front end sheet; pages lightly toned and several hinges show minor separation, though on the whole a rather presentable copy.

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        CYRANO DE BERGERAC

      Eugène Fasquelle, Paris 1898 - 200 x 140 mm. (7 3/4 x 5 1/2"). 6 p.l, [13]-225 pp., [1] leaf (first and last leaves blank). FIRST EDITION, First Printing. Publisher's original light green paper wrappers, ENTIRELY UNOPENED. With early glassine wrapper. In a later cloth clamshell box. Rear cover with a hint of smudging and rumpling, a touch of fraying to tail of spine, but AN EXTREMELY FINE COPY, never read and little changed since the day it left the press. This is a remarkable unopened copy of Rostand's influential and enduringly popular verse play in five acts. A theatrical triumph from its opening night, "Cyrano" was quickly translated into multiple languages, and brought to English the untranslatable term, "panache." Rostand (1868-1918) wrote a number of successful plays, often, like "Cyrano," based on figures from French history. While copies appear on the market with some regularity, one is very unlikely to find one in closer to original condition than the present volume. This is a remarkable unopened copy of Rostand's influential and enduringly popular verse play in five acts. A theatrical triumph from its opening night, "Cyrano" was quickly translated into multiple languages, and brought to English the untranslatable term, "panache." Rostand (1868-1918) wrote a number of successful plays, often, like "Cyrano," based on figures from French history. While copies appear on the market with some regularity, one is very unlikely to find one in closer to original condition than the present volume.

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        Pausanias's Description of Greece

      London: Macmillan and Company, Ltd, 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. Like New. First Frazer editions, first impressions. Complete in six volumes. All plates, diagrams, and maps present. Vol. I: xcvi, 616pp, (2); II: viii, 582; III: [x], 652; IV: viii, 447; V: [viii], 638; VI: 199 with 10 colored and folded maps bound in rear. Original dark green cloth with gilt spine lettering. Near Fine. Light rubbing to cloth. Light stain to spine of first volume. Wear spot to top of back board of Vol. III. Front inner paper hinge of Vol. V starting but binding intact. An excellent set of The Golden Bough author Frazer's translation of the 2nd century AD Greek traveler and geographer Pausanias' work. Includes many beautiful color fold-out maps, plates, and illustrations.

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        Brief,Handgeschrieben, Erich Maria Remarque,Im Westen nichts neues,Autogramm,Rar !!!

      Erich Maria Remarque - Deutscher Schriftsteller ( 1898 - 1970 ) Hand geschriebener,gefaltener Brief von Remarque 1948 in Englisch.E.M.Remarque wurde 1929 weltberühmt durch seinen Roman " Im Westen nichts neues " Der Brief ist in gutem Zustand. Der Versand erfogt als Einschreiben für 4,00 in Europa - Übersee 8,00 Wer es als versichertes Paket möchte bitte um Info ! Privatverkauf keine Rücknahme.Garantie auf Originalität.

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        Études d'économie politique appliquée. (Théorie de la production de la richesse sociale).

      Lausanne & Paris: F. Rouge & F. Pichon, 1898 - Octavo (208 x 134 mm). Near contemporary quarter morocco, speckled paper boards, red morocco label to spine, raised bands ruled in blind, marbled endpapers, edges sprinkled brown, partially unopened. Some wear to corners and lower board, small nick to second raised band, boards gently scuffed, contents lightly browned and plates foxed as typical, overall a very good copy. 4 folding plates. First edition of this collection of articles, originally intended to complete Walras's Élements d'économie politique pure under the title Élements d'économie politique appliquée. The treatise remained unfinished, however, and it was eventually published in the form of incomplete Études. "Three-quarters of the volume are devoted to money and finance; the rest is divided into three roughly equal parts - between the study of monopolies, of agricultural studies, of industry and commerce and the 'Esquisse d'une doctrine économique et sociale'. In Part I, 'Money' - more than a third of the book - Walras presents again the chapters that had been expurgated from the third edition of Éléments, the Theory of Money and half a dozen articles published in scientific journals and newspapers. The part entitled "II. Monopolies" consists of only one substantial study dating back to 1875, 'L'État et les chemins de fer', that had been turned down by the Journal des économistes. Part III contains three articles whose titles speak for themselves: 'The influence of communication between markets on the situation of rural communities', 'Applied economics and the protection of wages' and 'Theory of free trade'. Three parts follow, on credit, banking (with a text that is crucial to understand Walras's monetary theory, 'Mathematical theory of banknotes') and stock markets. The book concludes with 'Outline of an economic and social doctrine'" (Faccarello & Kurz, 256). Einaudi 5969; Walker 205. See Gilbert Faccarello & Heinz D. Kurz, Handbook on the History of Economic Analysis Volume I: Great Economists Since Petty and Boisguilbert. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Les dimanches parisiens

      Librairie L. Conquet, Paris 1898 - in 4 plein maroquin marron, dos à nerfs, dos et plats ornés, tête et tranches dorées ( Godet relieur). 41 eaux-fortes originales d'Auguste Lepère, tirage limité à 250 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin du Marais. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CHARLES DICKENS. A Critical Study.

      1898 - GISSING, George. CHARLES DICKENS. A Critical Study. London: Blackie & Son, 1898. In addition, pasted to the endpaper is a holograph note from Gissing , presumably to the recipient of the book (E.L. Vrice), dated from Gissing's hotel in Rome on February 26, 1898 and suggesting a meeting over the next few days; the actual inscription is dated Rome, March 5 1898. Maroon cloth stamoed in black gilt , cream endpapers. Some wear to cloth, but a very good, sound copy in all. (Collie A.19a)

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        Farthest North, Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship Fram 1893-96.

      London: George Newnes, 1898. Octavo, two volumes. Original cloth over bevelled boards, upper boards blocked in gilt, silver and red, with vignettes depicting Fram icebound, spines blocked in gilt and silver with titles and vignettes, pictorial endpapers, all edges speckled in red. Portrait frontispiece in volume I and monochrome frontispiece in II, 64 monochrome plates, one color-printed plate, one color-printed folding map by John Bartholomew & Co., monochrome illustrations and diagrams, 46 full-page, one full-page map, and letterpress tables in the text. In near fine condition.A very sharp example. In 1890, Norwegian scientist and explorer Fridtjof Nansen announced an innovative plan for Northern polar expeditions. "His theory, that a drift-current sets across the polar regions from Bering Strait... towards the east coast of Greenland was based on a number of indications... His intention was to get his vessel fixed in the ice to the north of Eastern Siberia and let her drift with it." Although criticized, his plan succeeded. "His ship, the 'Fram' ('Forward'), was specially built of immense strength and peculiar form" in order to endure the ice-floes. "During the winter of 1894-95 it was decided that an expedition should be made northward over the ice on foot in the spring... Being satisfied that the 'Fram' would continue to drift safely," Nansen led the expedition to 86 degrees North, "the highest latitude then reached by man" (Britannica).

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        Köhler s Medizinal-Pflanzen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen mit kurz erläuterndem Texte. Atlas zur Pharmacopoea germanica, austriaca, belgica, danica, helvetica, hungarica, rossica, sueccica, Neerlandica, British pharmacopoeia, zum Codex medicamentarius, sowie zur Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America. Herausgegeben von G. Pabst. Band I: Mit 88 Tafeln in Farbendruck. Band II: Mit 115 Tafeln in Farbendruck. Band III: Neueste Medizinalpflanzen und Verwechselungen mit 80 Tafeln in Farbdruck. Bearbeitet von Dr. Max Vogtherr und Dr. M. Gürke, Kustos am bot. Museum in Berlin. Se. Königl. Hoheit der Herzog Karl Theodor von Bayern, Dr. med. hat die Widmung dieses Werkes anzunehmen geruht. 2 Bände und 1 Ergänzungsband (= komplett).

      Gera-Untermhaus, Eugen Köhler, [1883-1898]. - 4°. 30 cm. Nicht durchgehend paginiert. Rote Original-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rücken- und Deckeltiteln. Marmorierter Buchschnitt. Erste Auflage. Mit insgesamt 283 Tafeln in Farblithografien. Einbände vor allem an Rücken und Ecken berieben. Gute bis sehr gute Exemplare. First edition. With 283 coloured litographs. Original red half-leather bindings. Covers and spines rubbed. Nearly fine copies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CYRANO DE BERGERAC

      Paris: Eugène Fasquelle, 1898. FIRST EDITION, First Printing. This is a remarkable unopened copy of Rostand's influential and enduringly popular verse play in five acts. A theatrical triumph from its opening night, "Cyrano" was quickly translated into multiple languages, and brought to English the untranslatable term, "panache." Rostand (1868-1918) wrote a number of successful plays, often, like "Cyrano," based on figures from French history. While copies appear on the market with some regularity, one is very unlikely to find one in closer to original condition than the present volume.. 200 x 140 mm. (7 3/4 x 5 1/2"). 6 p.l, [13]-225 pp., [1] leaf (first and last leaves blank). FIRST EDITION, First Printing. Publisher's original light green paper wrappers, ENTIRELY UNOPENED. With early glassine wrapper. In a later cloth clamshell box.Rear cover with a hint of smudging and rumpling, a touch of fraying to tail of spine, but AN EXTREMELY FINE COPY, never read and little changed since the day it left the press.This is a remarkable unopened copy of Rostand's influential and enduringly popular verse play in five acts. A theatrical triumph from its opening night, "Cyrano" was quickly translated into multiple languages, and brought to English the untranslatable term, "panache." Rostand (1868-1918) wrote a number of successful plays, often, like "Cyrano," based on figures from French history. While copies appear on the market with some regularity, one is very unlikely to find one in closer to original condition than the present volume.

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        Lykke-Per.

      1898 1898 - 8 bd. Originaludgave. Kbhvn.: Nordiske og Gyldendal 1898-1904. Rent og velholdt ubeskåret eksemplar med bred margin indbundet med de orig. omslag og guldsnit foroven i smukt privat halvlæder med rigt forgyldte rygge. Bindene signeret Anker Kyster.

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        Cyrano de Bergerac

      Lamson, Wolffe and Company, 1898. Book. Fair. Hardcover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. In-12, relié, dos manquant, sinon en bon état, this is the First English Edition translated by Howard Thayer Kingsbury, accepted and performed by Richard Mansfield, opening at the Garden Theatre, New York, October 3, 1898, the back of the binding is missing, inside the book is in good condition.

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        Jane Austen's Novels Edited By Reginal Brimley Johnson in Ten Volumes Complete

      Dent & Co., London 1898 - Absolutely delightful set of these highly sought after pocket editions. Comprises 2 vols of Sense and Sensibility; two of Emma; two of Pride and Prejudice; two of Mansfield Park; singles of Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. A little browning to prelim. pages and the odd speck here and there on the light green decorative cloth boards; no inscriptions; tissue guards all appear to be intact. Second vol. of Sense and Sensibility appears slighly sun faded by vignette on spine. This is a fine set indeed. NO EXTRA POSTAGE WILL BE CHARGED OVER STANDARD RATES REGARDLESS OF WEIGHT OF BOOK WITHIN UK. POST WITHIN 2 DAYS. ALWAYS SECURELY PACKED AND PROMPTLY DESPATCHED. PLEASE PHONE FOR DETAILS. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CHARLES DICKENS. A Critical Study.

      1898. Very Good. GISSING, George. CHARLES DICKENS. A Critical Study. London: Blackie & Son, 1898. In addition, pasted to the endpaper is a holograph note from Gissing , presumably to the recipient of the book (E.L. Vrice), dated from Gissing's hotel in Rome on February 26, 1898 and suggesting a meeting over the next few days; the actual inscription is dated Rome, March 5 1898. Maroon cloth stamoed in black gilt , cream endpapers. Some wear to cloth, but a very good, sound copy in all. (Collie A.19a)

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        The Life and Works.

      London: Macmillan & Co.,, 1898. 12 volumes, octavo (224 x 149 mm). Finely bound by Birdsall in green full crushed morocco, titles and decoration to spines gilt, raised bands, multi-coloured pictorial onlay to front board of each volume, turn-ins and top edge gilt, others untrimmed, green silk endpapers, original cloth bound in at rear of each volume. With custom green cloth chemises and matching slipcases. Photogravure frontispieces with tissue guards. Title-pages printed in red and black. Spines slightly faded, a little faint foxing to margins. A superb set. Edition de Luxe, one of 1,050 sets. A handsomely produced edition, presented here in an extraordinarily lavish binding by one of the finest English bookbinders of the period, Birdsall of Northampton: the front cover of each volume carries a scene in coloured morocco onlays, drawn either from scenes associated with the life of the poet or from his works, especially the idolised "Idylls of the King". A magnificent set that attests to the enormous popular appeal – bordering on reverence – for the Poet Laureate who was lionised like no other.

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        The Life and Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson in Twelve Volumes, Edition de Luxe

      Published by Macmillan and Co: London 1898-1899 - The Life and Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson in Twelve Volumes, Edition de Luxe Tennyson, Alfred Lord Published by Macmillan and Co: London 1898-1899, With 12 frontispieces, 4 plates,and 1 facsimile. 8vo. London, Macmillan & Co. Ltd., 1898-99. One of 1050 copies of this de luxe edition, dedicated to the Queen. 24 by 16 cm's, weighing a heavy 9.5 kilograms. Lovely set and scarce in this condition, very good and better. Rare to get with full original covers all intact, the majority of this De Luxe Edition have been rebound due to the delicate originals. Deep green crushed morocco cloth on board with gold gilt decoration to center, elaborate design on spines, which are bleached from sun and pages darkened on top from dust. Probably left sitting on a shelf for decades, probably unread as with all of these editions a lot of the pages are uncut, some sporadic light foxing throughout. Please view the photographs for more information. We sell rare books priced fairly for both collections and investments, always putting the buyer first on price and a safe, fast registered delivery. All my items for sale are guaranteed to be as described. Everything advertised has been viewed and verified as the description indicates. All items will be posted within 1 to 2 working days after payment has been received. Items are guaranteed to be very well packaged prior to postage. Tracking details will be forwarded to the purchaser. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L'Art dans la décoration extérieure des livres en France et à l'étranger. Les couvertures illustrées, les cartonnages d'éditeurs, la reliure d'art. [Signiertes Widmungsexemplar].

      Paris, L.-Henry May. 1898 - 4°. 27 cm. 2 Blatt, VI, 272 Seiten. Grüner, Halblederband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf braunem Rückenschildchen und floraler Ornamentik im Jugendstil. Kopfgoldschnitt. Erste Ausgabe. Französischsprachige Ausgabe mit zahlreichen Abbildungen. Mit 2-zeiliger signierter Widmung von Octave Uzanne auf Vortitel: "A mon ami. Bien cordial souvenir. Octave Uzanne". Widmungsadressat gelöscht. Der im Jugendstil farbig illustrierte Umschlag der Original-Broschur wurde komplett beigebunden. Sehr gutes, dekoratives Exemplar. First edition. French language edition with many illustrations. With 2-line signed dedication by Octave Uzanne on half title. Contemporary green half leather binding with guilt lettering on spine. With bound original dust jacket from the brochure. Fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Kollwitz, Käthe. - "Frau mit übereinandergelegten Händen".

      - Radierung / Strichätzung, Kaltnadel & Schmirgel, in Schwarz, auf kräftigem gelblichem Kupferdruckpapier, 1898. Von Käthe Kollwitz. 28,2 x 22,1 cm (Darstellung) / 29,0 x 22,9 cm (Platte) / 42 x 35 cm (Blatt). Klipstein 41 VI. Ohne die gestochene Schrift der vorhergehenden Auflagen. - Von der originalen Platte ab 1931 für Van der Becke gedruckt. - Hervorragender Zustand. Käthe Kollwitz (1867 Königsberg / Kaliningrad - 1945 Moritzburg). Deutsche Grafikerin und Bildhauerin, eine der wichtigsten Künstlerinnen des 20. Jh. 1881-86 Unterricht in Königsberg bei dem Maler Gustav Naujok und dem Kupferstecher Rudolf Mauer, 1987 bei dem Maler Emil Neide. 1888-90 Studium an der Münchner Künstlerinnenschule bei Ludwig Herterich. 1891 Umzug nach Berlin, wo ihr 1898 der künstlerische Durchbruch gelingt. 1898-1903 Lehrauftrag an der Berliner Künstlerinnenschule für Radieren und Zeichnen. 1901-13 Mitglied der 'Berliner Secession'. 1907 Villa-Romana-Preis und Reise nach Florenz. 1913 wechselt sie zur 'Freien Secession'. 1913-23 Mitbegründerin und erste Vorsitzende des Frauenkunstverbandes. 1919 als erste Frau Mitglied der Preußischen Akademie der Künste; Ernennung zur Professorin. 1929 Orden 'Pour le Mérite' für Wissenschaften und Künste. 1933 von den Nationalsozialisten erzwungener Austritt aus der Preußischen Akademie der Künste. Ab 1935 inoffizielles Ausstellungsverbot. 1943 wird ihre Wohnung in Berlin bei einem Bombenangriff zerstört. 1944 zog sie auf Einladung von Prinz Ernst Heinrich von Sachsen nach Moritzburg, wo sie wenige Tage vor Kriegsende starb. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Stories Toto Told Me

      London and New York: John Lane, the Bodley Head, 1898. First Edition. Good. First edition. 118pp. + colophon. Original grayish wraps. Bodley Booklets Number Six. Good only with back wrap detached but present, creased front cover, chipping and loss to spine. Other than former owner's name (Hugh M. Tosh) and 1908 date written on front free endpaper, internally clean and bright. The rare first separate book publication of "Baron Corvo," AKA Frederick Rolfe, a remarkably "out" turn-of-the-century gay British author and eccentric whose unusual fiction has inspired a cultish following.

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        THE ENGLISH EMERSONS, A Genealogical Historical Sketch of the family from the earliest times to the end of the Seventeenth Century, including various modern pedigrees, with an appendix of authorities.

      London, David Nutt, 1898.. PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION 1898, LIMITED TO 250 COPIES (THIS IS COPY 202) AND SIGNED BY THE FAMOUS NORFOLK PHOTOGRAPHER, P. H. EMERSON. Large 8vo, approximately 265 x 195 mm, 10¼ x 7½ inches, illustrated with 4 photogravures with tissue guards, 1 being a portrait of P.H. Emerson, nine line drawings and seventy-six illustrations from photographs, and including eighteen sheet pedigrees, pages: xiv, 1-168 plus large Appendix of Authorities numbered in roman numerals, i-cxxxv, bound in publisher's pale green cloth. Slight wear at head and tail of spine, cloth faded, spine darkened, corners slightly worn and 1 corner bumped, endpapers and half-title foxed, title page lightly foxed, otherwise a very good copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Three Sunsets and Other Poems

      London: Macmillan & Co. Ltd, 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Very Good with fading to spine cloth and unevenly to covers, light edge wear. Several small patches of light lifting to cloth at edge of front cover. Offsetting to free end papers and previous owner gift inscription at front.

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        Das Reichsland Elsass-Lothringen. 3 Bände. Erster Theil: Allgemeine Landesbeschreibung. Zweiter Theil: Statistische Angaben. Dritter Theil: Ortsbeschreibung.

      - Straßburg, Heitz, 1898 - 1901 & 1901 - 1903, Kl.-4°, 335, 175, 1258 S., mit 21 farblithographierten Karten der Kreise Elsass-Lothringens, rotbraune, illustrierte Original-Leinwandeinbände in guter Erhaltung (leicht berieben und bestoßen, leicht fleckig) Bitte beachten: aufgrund des Gewichts ist der Versand nur als DHL-Paket zu 6 &#128; (innerhalb Deutschlands) möglich! Versand in die EU: 12 &#128;

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        Children In Prison and Other Cruelties of Prison Life.

      London: Murdoch and Co., 1898. FIRST EDITION in book-form. Pamphlet, pp.16, printed wrappers.Trivial toning. A fine copy, but for the rust-through from the single staple at fold. The text of Wilde's celebrated letter to the Daily Chronicle, appearing on 28th May 1897, which concerned the affair of Warder T. Martin, following his dismissal from the prison service for serving scraps of bread to starving child prisoners. Mason [26].

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        Cézanne au beret devant un chevalet. (Cézanne wearing a beret before an Easel).

      Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1898.(). Lithograph printed in gray. One of 200 impressions intended for L'Album d'estampes orginales de la Galerie Vollard.323 x 278 mm on sheet size. 635 x 470 mm.Ingres d'Arches paper watermarked MBM.Venturi, 1158; Melot C7, Johnson, 24. Some wrinkling on the outer margins. Printed by Clot.

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        The Compounder: Williams' Informer, or Whiskey Buyer's Guide The Only Practical Work Published, Giving the Secrets of Compounding and the general ins and outs of the Liquor Business

      St. Louis: Geo. C. Williams, 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. 117pp. with three pages of fold-out tables. Original crimson cloth with gilt lettering. Illustrated. About Very Good with two small stains on front cover, exposed tips, cloth worn away along bottom edge, fold-out tables creased, a few dog-eared pages, some underlining and bracketing in easily erasable pencil. Former owner's name and 1900 date on title page and paste down.A guide to making and selling whisky and other liquors (with a number of interesting distilling recipes) as well as all manner of information about terminology, prices, taxes, equipment, etc. A truly comprehensive turn-of-the-century American how-to for the prospective liquor business entrepreneur. Rare, only five copies located in OCLC.

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        L'EPIGRAMMA LATINO parte prima

      PADOVA: FRATELLI DRUCKER, 1898. RILEGATO. BUONO. 17 24. USATO

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        The Virgin of the Sun - A Tale of the Conquest of Peru

      London: Arthur Pearson. London, Arthur Pearson, 1898. Limited Edition. Presentation copy. Inscribed by the author to the publisher. Front free endpaper bears Pearson's inscription, locating it in his library. Half-title bears the author's inscription 'Cyril Arthur Pearson \ from \ George Griffith \ 1898'. Vellum-bound unlike the regular cloth issue. Condition is very good; vellum rubbed and a touch soiled though gilt remains bright, some soiling. Front hinge pulled with webbing showing. Plate, tissueguard and title page a touch foxed. Bleiler has it as Supernatural / Raising the Dead [Bleiler, p87], though Locke disagrees noting the absence of text indicating such a them. Locke has it as a straight-forward historical adventure, albeit for a mythical place - the author's first 'serious' work [Locke, p98, vol I]. [5976, Hyraxia Books]. . Very Good. Hardback. Limited Edition. 1898.

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        Degeneration. Translated from the Second Edition of the German Work.

      London, William Heinemann. 1898 - Popular Edition. 13.5 cm x 22 cm. IX, 560 pages. Original Hardcover. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear. Only very minor signs of foxing to the edges. Very Rare Book and even more rare in this excellent condition ! Includes for example the following essays: Fin de Siecle: The Dusk of the Nations / The Symptoms / Etiology / Diagnosis / Mysticism: The Psychology of Mysticism / The Pre-Raphaelites / Symbolism / Tolstoism / The Richard Wagner Cult / Parodies of Mysticism / Ego - Mania: The Psychology of Ego-Mania / Parnassians and Diabolists / Decadents and Aesthetes / Ibsenism / Friedrich Nietzsche / Realism: Zola and his School / The Young German Plagiarists / The Twentieth Century: Prognosis / Therapeutics // "Degeneration is one of the most important documents of the fin de siècle, the years between the 1880s and 1900 when the robust views of the nineteenth century clashed with the heightened sensibilities of a searching and disillusioned generation. . . . [It] is a mirror of conflicting attitudes which are, in fact, contemporary with our present cultural dilemmas. But culture itself always reflects the state of society. Max Nordau presents us with a searchlight whose beams reflect the kind of world [we] have made for [ourselves.]"&#151;George L. Mosse in his introduction to the 1968 edition. (Amazon) Max Simon Nordau (born Simon Maximilian Südfeld; July 29, 1849 &#150; January 23, 1923), was a Zionist leader, physician, author, and social critic. He was a co-founder of the World Zionist Organization together with Theodor Herzl, and president or vice president of several Zionist congresses. As a social critic, he wrote a number of controversial books, including The Conventional Lies of Our Civilisation (1883), Degeneration (1892), and Paradoxes (1896). Although not his most popular or successful work whilst alive, Degeneration is the book most often remembered and cited today. (Wikipedia)

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        Rowlandson, Thomas] Chesterfield Travestie; or, School for Modern Manners

      Thomas Tegg, London 1898 - Handsome contemporary binding in full polished dark blue calf with ornate double gitl border design on both covers, ornate glt spine with lettering. 10 hand-coloured engraved plates, two of which fold out into nearly 3x the width. Browntoning and staining, plates generally clean and bright. Tight copy of a scarce Rowlandson title. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books]
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        WOMEN AND ECONOMICS A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution

      Boston: Small, Maynard and Co, 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good in no dust jacket if issued.. Crown octavo. 7 1/2 in (19.5 cm) tall; vii 340 p. Maroon cloth with printed paper label to spine. Top edge trimmed; other edges rough cut. Square binding is generally tight and clean. Pages largely clean and unmarred; no bookplate, annotations, or salient marks. Extremities rubbed, corner bumped, label with small chip, lightly soiled. Hinges holding but cracked, brief 1898 inscription, occasional faint smudge, small article offset, margins lightly toned, edges a trace foxed. Amidst ad hoc gender theories, Charlotte Perkins Stetson Gilman was a prominent feminist intellectual and reformer. In this important work, Gilman presciently emphasized the need for gender equality in all matters, especially at work, for the benefit of society. Highly presentable first edition. Wagner-Martin and Davidson, Women's Writing in the US p.41. Allen, Gilman's Architectural Feminism p.105-6, 130-41.

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        A NOTE BY WILLIAM MORRIS ON HIS AIMS IN FOUNDING THE KELMSCOTT PRESS. TOGETHER WITH A SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESS BY S. C. COCKERELL, AND AN ANNOTATED LIST OF THE BOOKS PRINTED THEREAT

      Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1898. ONE OF 525 COPIES on paper (and 12 on vellum). This is one of the key Kelmscott books, offered here in unsurpassable condition. Morris tells us here about his admiration for 15th century printed books, saying that "they were always beautiful by force of the mere typography, even without the added ornament, with which many of them are so lavishly supplied." And he says that "it was the essence of [his] undertaking to produce books which it would be a pleasure to look upon as pieces of printing and arrangement of type." This volume is the last to be printed by the Kelmscott Press, and it is the most important contemporaneous source of comment on its founding, operation, and publications. Peterson quotes Newdigate, who says that this is "one of the three books that every student of English book-production ought to read." This book appears in the marketplace with some regularity, but it is impossible to find a better copy than the present one.. 210 x 150 mm. (8 1/4 x 5 3/4"). 4 p.l. (including two blanks), 70 pp., [1] leaf (colophon). ONE OF 525 COPIES on paper (and 12 on vellum). Original holland-backed blue paper boards. Elaborate borders around frontispiece and first page of text, the frontispiece drawn by Edward Burne-Jones and cut by William Morris, large decorative woodcut initials, device on last page of text, and one full-page woodcut of ornaments used in the Kelmscott edition of "Love is Enough." Printed in red and black. With errata slip laid in at p. 44. Peterson A-53; Ransom 53; Tomkinson, p. 121. A CHOICE COPY, in as close to original condition as one is likely to find.This is one of the key Kelmscott books, offered here in unsurpassable condition. Morris tells us here about his admiration for 15th century printed books, saying that "they were always beautiful by force of the mere typography, even without the added ornament, with which many of them are so lavishly supplied." And he says that "it was the essence of [his] undertaking to produce books which it would be a pleasure to look upon as pieces of printing and arrangement of type." This volume is the last to be printed by the Kelmscott Press, and it is the most important contemporaneous source of comment on its founding, operation, and publications. Peterson quotes Newdigate, who says that this is "one of the three books that every student of English book-production ought to read." This book appears in the marketplace with some regularity, but it is impossible to find a better copy than the present one.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Clave general de jeroglíficos americanos de don Ignacio Borunda, manuscrit inedit publie Le Duc de Loubat

      Rome: Jean Pascal Scotti 1898 - first printed edition; quarto, [x], 282, [1] pp., rebound in modern maroon full leather, fine. Photos available upon request.

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        A NOTE BY WILLIAM MORRIS ON HIS AIMS IN FOUNDING THE KELMSCOTT PRESS. TOGETHER WITH A SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESS BY S. C. COCKERELL, AND AN ANNOTATED LIST OF THE BOOKS PRINTED THEREAT

      Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1898. ONE OF 525 COPIES on paper (and 12 on vellum). This is one of the key Kelmscott books, offered here in unsurpassable condition. Morris tells us here about his admiration for 15th century printed books, saying that "they were always beautiful by force of the mere typography, even without the added ornament, with which many of them are so lavishly supplied." And he says that "it was the essence of [his] undertaking to produce books which it would be a pleasure to look upon as pieces of printing and arrangement of type." This volume is the last to be printed by the Kelmscott Press, and it is the most important contemporaneous source of comment on its founding, operation, and publications. Peterson quotes Newdigate, who says that this is "one of the three books that every student of English book-production ought to read." This book appears in the marketplace with some regularity, but it is impossible to find a better copy than the present one.. 210 x 150 mm. (8 1/4 x 5 3/4"). 4 p.l. (including two blanks), 70 pp., [1] leaf (colophon). ONE OF 525 COPIES on paper (and 12 on vellum). Original holland-backed blue paper boards. Elaborate borders around frontispiece and first page of text, the frontispiece drawn by Edward Burne-Jones and cut by William Morris, large decorative woodcut initials, device on last page of text, and one full-page woodcut of ornaments used in the Kelmscott edition of "Love is Enough." Printed in red and black. With errata slip laid in at p. 44. Peterson A-53; Ransom 53; Tomkinson, p. 121. A CHOICE COPY, in as close to original condition as one is likely to find. This is one of the key Kelmscott books, offered here in unsurpassable condition. Morris tells us here about his admiration for 15th century printed books, saying that "they were always beautiful by force of the mere typography, even without the added ornament, with which many of them are so lavishly supplied." And he says that "it was the essence of [his] undertaking to produce books which it would be a pleasure to look upon as pieces of printing and arrangement of type." This volume is the last to be printed by the Kelmscott Press, and it is the most important contemporaneous source of comment on its founding, operation, and publications. Peterson quotes Newdigate, who says that this is "one of the three books that every student of English book-production ought to read." This book appears in the marketplace with some regularity, but it is impossible to find a better copy than the present one.

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        Antique Japanese Ukiyo-e Print-TADANOBU-YOSHITSUNE-DUEL-PRIEST-Ogata Gekko-1898

      - Impressive woodblock triptych, 'Tadanobu', showing Tanadobu (one of Yoshitsune's men) in the costume of Yoshitsune, fighting the priest Yokogawa Kakuhan on Mt. Yoshinoyama. Original coloured woodblock print, with lacquer finishing, vertical oban triptych. Description: Published by Matsuki Heikichi in 1898.Artists and Engravers: Ogata Gekko (1859-1920) was a Japanese painter and woodblock print artist. Condition: Good. Nice impression with strong colours. Backed. Right sheet with thumbing and other light stains, stain in the lower half of the middle sheet. General age-related toning or occasional light soiling from handling. Please study scan carefully. Of the three parts, the left is attached to the other two using acid-free archival tape. Due to the nature of these prints, the three parts of the image do not align perfectly. This is not a result of the scan, but part of the print. Storage location: DP-B1-41 The overall size is ca. 28 x 14 inch. The image size is ca. 28 x 14 inch. The overall size is ca. 71 x 35.5 cm. The image size is ca. 71 x 35.5 cm.

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