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        Le Superbe Orenoque

      Paris: J Hetzel, 1898.. Illustrated by George Roux. Decorative Boards. Very Good/No Jacket. 11 x 7¼ Inches Hardcover Beautifully bound book by Jules Verne in original FRENCH TEXT. 411 pages plus 8 pages of adverts and catalogue of publications for period dated 1898-1899. Pages are slightly browned on edges, outer edges are gold on on all sides. Many B/w illustrations, some full page with single background colour, outer boards are very ornate with gold, blue and black decoration, lightly rubbed on edges and very slight fade to spine. HEAVY BOOK 2 Kg with packing EXTRA POSTAGE REQUIRED FOR OVERSEAS. A really bright attractive copy SEE IMAGE. DETAILED IMAGES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

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        THE GOLFER'S ALPHABET ILLUSTRATIONS BY ... RHYMES BY

      New York & London: Harper & Brothers 1898. New York & London: Harper & Brothers, 1898.. Oblong small quarto. Cloth backed pictorial paper boards. Illustrated throughout. Edges and fore-tips shelfworn and bumped, endsheets a bit foxed, boards a bit dust darkened, but a good copy of a fragile book. First edition. Loosely-inserted is an autograph letter, signed ("Frost") from the artist, 3pp, 8vo, on the blue printed stationery of Convent, Morris County, New Jersey, 2 May, 1898. To "Frank," inviting him to play golf at the Morris County course, and to view some art on which Frost is currently employed: "I am at work on some golf caricatures that I would like to have you see, but I wouldn't let you see unless you saw them in my studio: I think they are pretty good and I see a good scheme [?] in them. . . ." Further, Frost refers to his own prowess as a golfer (" . . . I can't hit a balloon yet; played Saturday and today and am pretty rank...") and thanks his correspondent for allowing him to send the "Bicycle drawing" to him, adding: "I feel sure any idea you have for a book is a good idea, and I can almost say I am ready to go with [?] it." Beneath his signature, Frost has drawn a caricature of himself playing golf, captioned: "This is the way the ball looks so I hit it on its top." Letter slightly soiled and worn; edges browned; some slight marking on verso, else very good. The recipient of this letter may be the author, Frank R. Stockton, whose property in Morristown, New Jersey, "The Holt," adjoined Frost's own property at Convent Station. Frost illustrated a number of Stockton's stories, and was one of the latter's few intimate friends. REED, p.158.

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        CYRANO DE BERGERAC

      New York: William R. Jenkins, 1898 The True First American Edition. A near fine example of this rare [French Language] American publication bound in decorated green cloth over boards. 8vo. [1-6], 7-239 pages preceding the Doubleday English edition. With author & title credits in highly decorative gold lettering on the upper cover above an illustrated black stamped image of Cyrano gazing upward: author, title and publisher credit across the backstrip, teg. fore-edge uncut. With 9 black & white plates. In a sound binding, with extremities only very lightly rubbed. A very nice copy. Rare. Cyrano was first published [1898] by Librairie Charpentier et Fasquelle in Paris. In the United States it was published first in French in the same year by the William R. Jenkins Company & then in a much more broadly distributed English version by the firm of Doubleday, McClure which is most often called erroneously the first US edition. In the same year, Heinemann published the 1st UK edition. Both English language editions are preceded by the sparse Jenkins French printing; the French [American] copies being very far outnumbered by the later English language ones. This is the true First American Printing of Cyrano, in the very nice decorated original binding. Rostand's highlight & basis for two screen efforts; The Jose Ferrer 1950's original & the 1990 remake starring Gerard Depardieu. Ferrer won Best Actor Academy award for his portrayal of Cyrano. The 1990 film was up for five awards, including Oscar nominations for Depardieu & for the Best Foreign Film.. 1st Edition.

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED "MARK," TO RICHARD WATSON GILDER

      Kaltenleutgeben near Vienna. 7 May 1898. " Kaltenleutgeben, near Vienna." 7 May 1898.. 3 1/3 pages, in ink, on rectos and versos of two octavo lettersheets. Modest tanning, old folds from mailing, slightly weak at one fold, one word slightly smudged below baseline, otherwise very good. To "Dear Gilder," in the recipient's role as editor of CENTURY MAGAZINE: "If I want more, 'say so.' A young person would walk into that trap, imagining it a promise, whereas it has only the gilded outside aspect of one ... But I am not a young person: I have had it & cannot catch it again. So I, who am the descendant of the horse- beck's daughter, say not a single word, but am amply content with the addition of that great compliment wherein you tell me it is the highest price you have ever paid to anybody for anything. I have had that compliment paid to me three or four times in my life, & in every case there was something upliftingly splendid about the feel of it. I think it must be the way a pirate or tiger feels when he has made a 'record' ... I still remember the first two instances ... One was 31 years ago, when a now forgotten London magazine went down into its treasury & paid me $12.50 per mag. page for a 4-page article; the other was 22 years ago when the Atlantic paid me $18 per mag page for a series of articles. To be conscientiously accurate, that wasn't the highest the Atlantic had ever paid for prose - it had paid the same rate to Holmes for the 'Autocrat.' Still, as you will easily understand, the 'feel' was there: because to be rated with Oliver Wendell was itself a 'record.' In those days the author hadn't his today's chance to scrape the fat off'n an editor, but in those days there wasn't any fat on him - he hadn't either circulation or advertisements ...." Signed "Yours sincerely Mark [flourish]."

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        In the Forbidden Land.

      An account of a journey in Tibet capture by the Tibetan authorities imprisonment, torture, and ultimate release. Also various official documents, including the enquiry and report by J. Larkin, Esq., appointed by the Government of India. With a map and two hundred and fifty illustrations. In two volumes. London William Heinemann 1898. 8:o. Frontispiece,xx,320; xvi,263 pages + 58 plates of which 8 are in full colour + folding map. Tear repaired with japanese ricepaper, but still miscolouring from previous tape. publisher`s green pictorial boards, rubbed. 23 x 15 cm. 2 volumes

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        The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley.

      London, MacMillan, 1898-1903.. A complete set of 5 vols. (4 plus the supplementary volume), roy. 8vo (10.3" x 7"), profusely illustrated, in original maroon gilt cloth. A very fine set of a scarce item with very minor foxing. Occupies 9.5" (240mm) of shelf space.

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        Lykke-Per.

      8 bind. Gyldendal, København og Kristiania 1898-1904. 1. udgave. Indbundet ubeskåret med de orig. omslag i 8 uniforme samtidige rødbrune halvlæderbind.. Førsteudgaven af et af Pontoppidans mange hovedværker

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        Animate Creation; Popular Edition of "Our Living World," a Natural History. In Six Volumes

      New York: Selmar Hess. 1898. Folio - 12" - 15" Tall. H Hard Cover. Very Good. Exceptionally clean and sound six volume set from 1898. Illustrated throughout with high quality tipped on tissue-protected chromolithographs (color lithographs) by L. Prang & Co. plus dozens of full page and smaller wood engravings. Publisher's textured light red cloth lettered and decorated in gilt, all edges gilt, each volume 13 inches tall and about an inch thick. Very light rubbing to the corners and spine ends, subtle fading to the spines, good hinges (far edges of volume I hinges just starting), firm text blocks, darkened newsclipping silhouette to one text page in volume V, very clean pages with no names or other markings.

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        "D'Albert (a vignette)"

      London: Smithers Ca. 1898 [London?]: [Smithers?], Ca. 1898. Image 3-3/4 x 2-3/4 inches; matted and framed to 8-3/4 x 7-3/4 inches overall. Photogravure printed on chine collE, initialed "AB" in the plate. This image appears as plate II in Six Drawings illustrating ThEophile Gautier's Romance Mademoiselle de Maupin (London, Leonard Smithers, 1898). This is a copy from another printing, presumably made by Smithers; the limitation is not known. Fine condition. Lasner 121A . Evidently unrecorded. Lasner, in his Beardsley Checklist, mentions copies on plain paper, vellum, Japanese vellum, and white satin, but not chine collE, which this definitely is

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        Quickborn. Heft IV. August Strindberg (tekst) - Edvard Munch (bilder). Red. Emil Schering.

      Berlin (1898). 4to. 23 + (1) s. Pent priv. håndb. skinnbd. med orig. omsl. medbundet. Omsl. gullfarget. Ryggen falmet.. *Vedlagt; Bokvännen. Nr. 3 1969. s (50-72) som inneholder ; Strindberg, Munch och Quickborn av Torsten Svedfelt. s. (51-56)

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        Municipal Architecture In Boston From Designs by Edmund M. Wheelwright City Architect, 1891 to 1895

      Bates & Guild Boston: Bates & Guild, 1898. First edition. Hardcover. Brown buckram. Very good. 2 vols./No Dust Jacket. 80 & 52 pages in text. Folio, 48 x 41 cm. Limited edition, copy 226 of 500. 100 tipped-in collotype plates with additional illustrations in the text, mostly floor plans. List of Subscribers. The editor was Professor of Architecture at M.I.T. Public schools, hospitals, fire and police stations, piers and subway coverings are visually presented. Interior contents, plates and text, generally clean. Small stamp of Edward Harrison Hoyt, Architect on first blank endpaper, autograph letter from Wheelright tipped-in. Slight discoloration cover of Vol. I. Originally issued in board portfolios.

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        Hidden witchery

      Leonard Smithers, 1898.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Clean hardback tightly bound in white quarter buckram over blue cloth with gilt titles, cloth has minor rubbing at corners, no inscriptions, pages edges rough cut. 244 pages, illustrations by Will G. Mien. Uncommon, one of 450 copies, not numbered

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        ARCHIVES DE LA COMMISSION DES MONUMENTS HISTORIQUES. Publiées sous le patronage de l'Administration des Beaux Arts, par les soins de MM. De Baudot et Pearrau.

      In folio, 5 cartelle edit. in tela, ciascuna contenente: 12-16 pp. di testo introduttivo, 100 tavv. in "héliogravure" con una o più figure, tutte dettagliatamente descritte (16 pp.). Le 500 belle tavv. complessive raffigurano: piante, particolari, sezioni, etc. di monumenti (religiosi, civili e militari) costruiti durante il periodo gallo-romano e nel corso dei sec. XI-XVII nelle regioni francesi di: ?Ile-de-France, Picardie - Normandie, Bretagne, Anjou, Poitu - Champagne, Lorraine, Bourgogne, Franche/Comté, Nivernais, Orléanais, Touraine - Lyonnais, Berri, Bourbonnais, Auvergne, Dauphiné, Angoumois, Aunis, Saintonge - Périgord, Languedoc, Provence, Guyenne, Gascogne?. Edizione originale. Cfr. Lorenz,XVIII,51. Manca solo il testo introduttivo della prima cartella. Esemplare ben conservato.

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        Paris.

      1st edition. Paris: Bibliothèque-Charpentier, Eugène Fasquelle 1898. 608 pp. Copy no. 47 of 300 on papier de Hollande. Totally uncut copy bound with orig. wrappers and top edge gilt in nice later halfleather.. Les Trois Villes

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        Harper's October

      Imprimerie Chaix Paris: Imprimerie Chaix, 1898. unbound. very good. View. Color lithograph. Page measures 15.25" x 11.25". This print was originally an advertisement for Harper's Magazine by Edward Penfield (1866-1925), an artist who lived and worked in New York City. Known as the "originator of the poster in America", Penfield designed for Harper's in the 1890's and his work is still highly collectible and sought after. Small tears to the upper right corner have been professionally repaired.

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        Operative Gynecology. 2 Vols.

      New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1898. 4to. Original full cloth. with minor fraying to spine tips and corners - near fine. XVII,563,XIII,557 pp., 24 lithographed plates and 590 illustration by Max Brödel and Hermann Becker.. First edition. Both volumes first printing. Garrison-Morton 6108. One of the finest works in clinical medicine

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        January: Hunting An Almanac of Twelve Sports

      London: William Heinemann, 1898. Archivally double-matted and framed in 1 inch black Eastlake-style moulding with conservation glass. Sized to 15.5 x 17.75 inches. First printing Fine A Fine original color-printed lithograph. Quarto (9.75 x 12.25). Archivally double-matted and framed in 1 inch black Eastlake-style moulding with conservation glass. Sized to 15.5 x 17.75 inches. William Nicholson (British 1872-1949) gained notoriety as a beloved portrayer of British Victorian culture with his dignified caricatures of both the pillars of society and the lay folk. His woodcut portraits of Queen Victoria, James McNeill Whistler, and Rudyard Kipling, from which this print was inspired, were both traditional yet innovative. Referencing the subculture of the late 19th Century Parisian Cafe society through the poster advertisements, and the work of Toulouse-Lautrec, Nicholson's mid-tonal compositions honored the void as well as the light. His revolutionary technique of carving away wide sections of block introduced a modern perspective to the traditional art of portraiture, caricature and book illustration.

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        THE NIGGER OF THE "NARCISSUS." A Tale of the Sea

      London: William Heinemann, 1898 Conrad, Joseph. THE NIGGER OF THE "NARCISSUS." A Tale of the Sea. London: William Heinemann, 1898. First Edition. 8vo., 259pp. + 36 pages of ads at the rear, 2 pages of reviews prior to the half title. First Edition, Second Impression. The copyright page prints: "First Edition 1897 / New Impression 1898". Publisher's slate gray cloth gilt lettered on the spine, the publisher's name in 3 mm high capital letters in gold at the tail; the publisher's gold life preserver enclosing the book title embossed as an ornament on the upper cover. A very good bright copy, the front fly leaf neatly restored, the text block clean & free of blemish. A very uncommon issue published April, 1898 originally published in 1897 in the U.S. as THE CHILDREN OF THE SEA.. 1st Edition.

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        ATLAS TO ACCOMPANY MONOGRAPH XXXI ON THE GEOLOGY OF THE ASPEN DISTRICT, COLORADO

      Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey/U.S.G.S., 1898 Consists of 30 sheets printed rectos only, 27 of which are full-page color maps. Bound in original brown cloth with lettering stamped in gilt. Small library plate on the front free endpaper, no other library markings or pockets were ever present. Preliminary page creased with some wear along upper edge. A very good plus copy.. First Edition. Hardcover folio.

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        L'Art Dans La Decoration Exterieure Des Livres en France et a L'Etranger

      Paris: Société Francaise d'Editions d'Art, 1898. Small quarto. vi, 272pp. One of 1,000 copies. A study of illustrated, publisher, and designer bookbindings of the period, with numerous reproductions of book covers and bindings issued in France and elsewhere. Designed and illustrated in Art Nouveau style, with decorative initials adorned with flowers and painter's palates, and chapter headings featuring books and tools used in book arts intertwined with branches and flowers. Both are by Léon Rudnicki, a French painter and set designer who collaborated with Uzanne on several occasions. Also illustrated throughout with many monochromatic examples of book covers and decoration subsequent to text. In keeping with the subject matter, the book opens with two variations on the title page design, and the original pictorial wrappers have been preserved in the rear. Bound in quarter green morocco and green cloth, with morocco corner pieces. Gilt floral decorations to leather portion of boards and to spine. Title in gilt on spine. Lightly marbled endpapers. Some offsetting to endpapers, minor spotting to preliminaries, toning to spine, corners slightly bumped, else fine. T.e.g. With the bookplate of famed collector and businessman extraordinaire Stanley Marcus.

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        THE NOVELS. The Winchester edition

      J. F. Taylor and Co. New York.-Grant Richards. London.,1898. 10 VOLUMES. Complete. Large 8vo.(8.5 x 6 inches). LIMITED EDITION. Number 141 of only 250 sets for America. Finely bound in recent full tan morocco, raised bands, red and green labels, gilt. Spine compartments decorated with gilt. Gilt ruled borders on boards. Top edges gilt, others untrimmed. A fine set of this rare first, limited, Winchester edition.:

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        Chess In Philadelphia: A Brief History of the Game in Philadelphia

      Philadelphia: Billstein & Son Co , 1898 158 pages with 5 plates. Small Quarto. Issued in half leather with marbled boards. (Betts: 6-21) 1st edition. Condition: Previous owner's name on front end paper, new leather spine and corners, closed three inch tear at head title page. Over all a better than very good copy. . First Edition. Hardcover. Better than Good. Quarto.

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        Seventeen Original Lithographs from the book English Portraits

      Grant Richards London: Grant Richards, [1898]. Original Illustrations. Scarce. 750 copies printed. These are the disbound pages from English Portraits, with seventeen of Will RothensteinÕs lithographs of well-known persons of his day, along with a page of complimentary comments about each person. Rothenstein (1872-1945) was famous for his portraits, and painted Albert Einstein, T.S. Eliot, Thomas Hardy, W.B. Yeats, and Oscar Wilde among many others. Both his painted works and his prints display his great sensitivity and artistic mastery. He was also a friend to many prominent figures of his day, including Max Beerbohm, Joseph Conrad, and H.G. Wells. This group from English Portraits are as follows: Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon, Sir Frederick Pollock, Thomas Hardy, Sir F. Seymour Haden, William Archer, The Right Rev. Dr. Creighton, The Marchioness of Granby (Violet Lindsay), The Right Hon. W.E.H. Lecky, John Singer Sargent, Arthur Wing Pinero, William Ernest Henley, Sidney Colvin, George Bernard Shaw, Alice Meynell (2 copies), Grant Allen, and Henry James. Each leaf measures 10 x 14.5 inches. The title page and table of contents page are also included. Some browning, closed tears, and light chipping, particularly to the page margins, but the lithographs are generally in quite nice condition. ART/011712. Very Good.

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        De La Typographie Et De L'Harmonie De La Page Imprimee. William Morris Et Son Influence Sur Les Arts Et Metiers

      London & Paris: Vale Press, 1898. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. decorated gray boards in floral motif, printed paper spine label. Very good/No Dust Jacket. 31 pages. 20 x 13 cm. Printed in red and black. Limited edition, one of 256 copies. A felicitous collaboration with Lucien Pissarro, the son of Camille Pissarro, and the founder of the Eragny Press, named after the village in Normandy where his father lived. Indeed, it was Ricketts who encouraged Pissarro to initiate the Eragny imprint, and Pissarro printed sixteen of his books in Vale type. As Gordon Ray noted [THE ILLUSTRATOR AND THE BOOK IN ENGLAND FROM 1790 TO 1914, pp. 160], "If there was a time in which he (Ricketts) was treated as a follower of William Morris, worth a few paragraphs in a summary of the private press movement, this period of neglect has long since come to an end." Spine slightly rubbed head and foot, a few small spots to front board. free endpaper offsetting.

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        Seventeen Original Lithographs from the book English Portraits

      London: Grant Richards, [1898]. Original Illustrations. Scarce. 750 copies printed. These are the disbound pages from English Portraits, with seventeen of Will RothensteinÕs lithographs of well-known persons of his day, along with a page of complimentary comments about each person. Rothenstein (1872-1945) was famous for his portraits, and painted Albert Einstein, T.S. Eliot, Thomas Hardy, W.B. Yeats, and Oscar Wilde among many others. Both his painted works and his prints display his great sensitivity and artistic mastery. He was also a friend to many prominent figures of his day, including Max Beerbohm, Joseph Conrad, and H.G. Wells. This group from English Portraits are as follows: Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon, Sir Frederick Pollock, Thomas Hardy, Sir F. Seymour Haden, William Archer, The Right Rev. Dr. Creighton, The Marchioness of Granby (Violet Lindsay), The Right Hon. W.E.H. Lecky, John Singer Sargent, Arthur Wing Pinero, William Ernest Henley, Sidney Colvin, George Bernard Shaw, Alice Meynell (2 copies), Grant Allen, and Henry James. Each leaf measures 10 x 14.5 inches. The title page and table of contents page are also included. Some browning, closed tears, and light chipping, particularly to the page margins, but the lithographs are generally in quite nice condition. ART/011712. Very Good.

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        THE STORY OF LITTLE JANE AND ME. By M. E. --- & --- POLLY AND THE AUNT. By The Aunt. The Dedication copy

      Houghton, Mifflin & Co. The Riverside Press. Boston. U. S. A. 1898 + 1906. FIRST EDITIONS. 2 volumes. 8vo. (7.9 x 5.8 inches). The second work is the dedication copy. The printed dedication leaf reads: " To C. N. R. Thy acceptance Maketh blest". Both volumes are inscribed by the Author to Caroline Nelson Russell and Polly and the Aunt contains the author's manuscript addition of the real names of characters where they have been changed for publication, as well as some notes. Illustrated with mono portrait plates, each with the subjects names and birth (& some death) dates written by the Author on the reverse. Fine copies in fine contemporary presentation leather bindings by the Riverside Bindery. Both bound in full red morocco. Spines with raised bands. Compartments decorated and lettered in gilt. Double gilt ruled border on boards. Top edge gilt. Board edges with decorative gilt roll. Inner boards with decorative gilt borders to the leather turn-ins. Marbled endpapers. The author's bookplate on the front paste-down endpaper of Little Jane. The Author's inscriptions written on the front blank endpapers. Fine copies of these scarce titles with the bonus of not only being family copies, but one of them the dedication copy. The Osborne Collection of Children's books has a 1926 reprint of Little Jane and no copy of Polly and the Aunt.

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        Der Reichskriegshafen und die kaiserliche Werft in Kiel. Kolorierter Holzschnitt nach Fritz Stoltenberg. Leipzig, 1898. 29,5 x 78 cm.

      

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        Album titled "Webereistudien," with printed calligraphic titles, calligraphic manuscript sub-titles and headings, manuscript text, original drawings and diagrams, and mounted samples

      [Werdau, Saxony: circa 1898]. 7 parts in one volume, folio. (18 5/8 x 12 1/2 inches). 7 section titles printed in black within decorative red borders, 234 pages all with printed red decorative borders, including 196 pages with text and integral illustrations (most in red and black, mounted and varnished) and samples (all mounted). Original half purple cloth over green cloth-covered boards, by Aug. Thümmler of Werdau, the upper cover with elaborate blocked lettering at the centre "Höhere Web-Schule / Werdau i[m]. S[axony]", and in small gilt letters at the foot of the upper cover "F.W. Clarenbach". A German-American master-weaver's aide-memoire, with designs of dazzling complexity that presage the work of Bridget Riley, Victor Vasarely and others that were to follow sixty years later. The work is presented in seven sections, each preceded by an attractive printed title, but otherwise made up of manuscript material and original artwork. The intention of the compiler of this work was to provide a mass of technical information to students studying textile production, but, time, technical advances and modern sensibilities have rendered technical aspects redundant (but historically interesting), whilst promoting the beautifully executed drawings and diagrams into individual works of art. The drawings of looms in the 'Jacquard' section have a dream-like quality that would have been appreciated (and was emulated) by the Surrealists. The diagrammatic weaving pattern designs, at their simplest, have the quality of fine folk art, whilst, at their most ornate they present a visual feast that is a match for the work of the Op Artists of the second half of the 20th century. The uniformly high level of the work in this album supports the theory that the compiler, F.William Clarenbach, was an instructor rather than a student at the 'Höhere Web-Schule' [Weaving School] in Werdau. Research shows that he subsequently emigrated to the United States and that his abilities were rapidly recognized by his employers at various mills in Massachusetts: he was an assistant superintendent by 1907, when he was promoted to superintendent, and in 1908 he was promoted to a larger mill, where he was put in charge of the Stevens Mill at North Andover, Mass (Henry A. Rayne American Textile Directory 1908). The individual sections of the album cover various aspects of the manufacturing process and are each preceded by a specially printed title. The details of the parts are as follows: 1. Webereistudien Darstellung des Lehrganges über Bindungslehre. Printed title (verso blank), 112 pages (9 blank, 103 pages with manuscript text, 3 coloured illustrations, 3 uncoloured diagrams, 1 uncoloured table, 418 original mounted coloured diagrammatic designs for weaving patterns [two dated '1898'], 1 mounted cloth sample [also dated '1898']) 2. Webereistudien Darstellung des Lehrganges über Austerentwerken. Printed title (verso blank), 16 pages (6 pages blank, 10 pages with manuscript text and 21 mounted original coloured designs of cloth on paper, 1 mounted sample of cloth ). 3. Webereistudien Darstellung des Lehrganges über Jacquard. Printed title (verso blank), 24 pages (3 pages blank, 21 pages with manuscript text and 5 original pen and ink drawings of a loom [4 full- page], 22 original mounted coloured diagrammatic designs weaving patterns [1 folding]). 4. Webereistudien Darstellung des Lehrganges über Schützenwechsel. Printed title (verso blank), 28 pages (3 pages blank, 25 pages with manuscript text and 30 original pen and ink diagrams in red and black). 5. Webereistudien Darstellung des Lehrganges über Austerzerlegen. Printed title (verso blank), 26 pages (12 pages blank, 14 pages without text but mounted with 28 original mounted coloured diagrammatic designs of weaving patterns, mounted below 28 mounted samples of the cloth produced using the patterns ). 6. Webereistudien Darstellung des Lehrganges über Austerberechnen. Printed title (verso blank), 22 pages (4 pages blank, 18 pages with manuscript text, and 1 pen and ink diagram, 1 table, and 6 mounted samples of cloth). 7. Webereistudien Darstellung des Lehrganges über Wollmelangen. Printed title (verso blank), 6 pages (1 page blank, 5 pages with 18 mounted samples of "raw materials" used to make 42 samples of felt).

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        Textile Manuscript

      1898. A Wonderful Late Nineteenth-Century Jacquard Weaving Manuscriptwith 106 Fabric Samples Affixed[TEXTILE MANUSCRIPT]. [BERGIER, M.]. Cours de theorie pour le tissage [Lectures on the Theory of Weaving]. Professe par J. Berjon. Fait par M. Bergier. [Lyon]: 1898.Calligraphic manuscript in French on paper with numerous detailed illustrations of weaving patterns and looms and with 106 fabric samples affixed. Large folio (17 x 11 9/16 inches; 432 x 293 mm.). Written in black ink within a black ruled border, diagrams with additional color. [174] leaves, plus a final leaf blank except for rules. Most leaves with writing on both sides. Affixed to the verso of the title is a portrait of “A. Thiers/Président de la République Française/1872” woven in silk by Carquillat from the portrait Bruyas (measuring 10 7/16 x 8 1/2 inches; 266 x 216 mm.).Bound in contemporary quarter green roan over green pebble-grain cloth boards. Spine with black sewing threads visible and with three green roan blocks ruled and lettered in gilt (from top to bottom: “Lyon/1898,” “Théorie de Tissage,” and “M B”). Marbled endpapers. A wonderful example, exceptionally fine and clean. Housed in a matching cloth slipcase. Together with a large oval piece of fabric (17 1/4 x 11 inches; 435 x 280 mm.).This highly technical manuscript, which Bergier completed under Berjon, displays an incredible amount of detail and precision. It contains numerous diagrams of looms and of Jacquard punch cards, weaving pattern cards, and written instructions for setting up looms in order to weave a variety of patterns upon different textiles. Bergier details the composition (both patterned and plain) of various types of silks, taffetas, velvets, serges, damasks, etc., giving instructions on each method of weaving, and often showing the positioning of the silk strands, through the use of figurative and graphical diagrams. This is accompanied by an actual sample of the finished fabric.The manuscript begins with a description of the textiles used in the manufacture of different fabrics, including silk, wool, cotton, linen, hemp, jute, and ramie (“Description sommaire des textiles les plus employés à la fabrication des tissus usuels)” and a discussion of the theory of fabric production (“Théorie de la fabrique”). It is then divided into seven chapters, each with a special title-page:“Cartons d’armures”; “De composition des armures”—with sixty-six swatches affixed; “Rapport de la mise encarte avec le lisage, le carton, la mecanique et le tissu” ; “Cartons de façonnés”—with seven pattern cards affixed; “Empoutages”—with nine pattern cards affixed; “De composition des façonnés” —with twenty-seven fabric swatches and twenty-six pattern cards affixed; “Gazes anglaises”—with thirteen fabric swatches and four pattern cards affixed.Born into a Lyonnese family of weavers, Joseph Marie Jacquard (1752-1834 ) “was inspired by Vaucanson's punched-card loom to invent the Jacquard attachment, which caused any loom that used it to be called a Jacquard loom. The attachment was an automatic device that for the first time allowed a single operator to control from the loom all the movements involved in the production of complex woven patterns. The Jacquard loom reduced the amount of redundant manual labor that had previously been required in weaving, lowering labor and manufacturing costs and reducing physical hardship for the textile workers. It served as the catalyst for the technological revolution of the textile industry in the nineteenth century. Jacquard developed the idea for his invention in 1790, but because of the French Revolution did not exhibit it until 1801. Jacquard was granted a patent for his invention in 1803; in 1806 his loom was declared public property, and Jacquard was awarded a pension and royalties on each machine sold. Under the terms of Jacquard’s pension he was required to introduce his technology to the textile industry of Lyons. During his first efforts, workers rioted out of fear of losing their jobs to the new technology, and at one point Jacquard had to flee for his life. However, he persevered and by the year 1812 there were eleven thousand Jacquard looms operating in France. By the time of Jacquard’s death in 1834, twenty thousand Jacquard looms were installed in the Lyons region alone. Jacquard’s invention made use of a punched-card system for storing and generating patterns. In the production of designs different cards were tied together by ribbons and hundreds of cards could be used in elaborate designs. Charles Babbage later incorporated punched-card technology as a method of data and program input in the design of his Analytical Engine…For use in the United States Census of 1890, Herman Hollerith developed electrical machines for tabulating data stored on punched cards. Hollerith’s company eventually evolved into IBM. Punched-card tabulation remained a primary means of data processing until it was phased out around 1960” (Diana H. Hook and Jeremy M. Norman, Origins of Cyberspace: A Library on the History of Computing and Computer-Related Telecommunications, pp. 261-262).

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        The Spectator. In eight volumes

      London - John C. Nimmo, 1898 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A first edition andcomplete set of the hugely popular eighteenth-century periodical, in fine bindings. First Edition. Complete in eight volumes. Each volume features tissue-guarded portrait frontispieces and additional titlepages with vignettes. Portraits include: Joseph Addison, Richard Steele, Eustace Budgell, John Hughes, Thomas Tickell, Thomas Parnell, Henry Grove, Zachary Pearce. With bookbinder's stamps for Blackwell to the verso of the front free endpapers. With the pictorial bookplate of Mary and Everett Kent to the front pastedowns. Volume VIII contains an index to the rear. 'With an introduction and notes by George A. Aitken, author of 'The Life of Richard Steele', etc'. The Spectator was a daily publication of 171112, founded by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele in England after they met at Charterhouse School. Each 'paper', or 'number', was approximately 2,500 words long, and the original run consisted of 555 numbers. These were collected into seven volumes. The paper was revived without the involvement of Steele in 1714, appearing three timesweekly for six months, and these papers when collected formed the eighth volume. The stated goal of The Spectator was 'to enliven morality with wit, and to temper wit with morality. . . to bring philosophy out of the closets and libraries, schools and colleges, to dwell in clubs and assemblies, at tea-tables and coffeehouses'. One of its functions was to provide readers with educated, topical talking points, and advice on how to carry on conversations in a polite manner. In keeping with the values of the Enlightenment philosophies of their time, the authors of The Spectator promoted family, marriage, and courtesy. Condition: In half crushed morocco bindings with marbled boards. Externally, smart with some shelfwear only and to the head of the spines only. Internally, firmly bound. Bright and clean with just the very occasional spot or mark. Several pages unopened. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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        Spirit Slate Writing and Kindered Phenomena

      New York: Munn & Company Scientific Americam Office, 1898. 1st Edition. Physical description.: v, 148, [4] p. : ill. ; 19 cm. Notes: Includes index. Subject: Spiritualism. Automatic writing. Magic tricks. Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth pictorial. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Ex-library with minor library marks remaining.

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        The Shepheard's Calendar, Twelve Aeglogues, Proportionable to the Twelve Monethes Entitled to the Noble and Vertuous Gentleman Most Worthy of All Titled Both of Learning & Chivaley Maister Philip Sidney

      London & New York: Harper & Brothers, 1898 Finely bound by Cedric Chivers in full vellum with hand-painted design of branches and blossoms in pastel colors with title on front cover in stylized letters. Gilt rules on covers, top edge gilt, others uncut. . Octavo. Illustrated by Walter Crane with twelve full-page illustrations. Decorative borders on every page. Mild yellow stain on rear cover. Contemporary bookplate. A near fine copy and a lovely example of this sort of binding.

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        Les Maitres de l'Affiche", Plate 115: Harper's May

      Imprimerie Chaix Paris: Imprimerie Chaix, 1898. unbound. very good(+). Poster. Color lithograph. Page measures 15.75" x 11.5". Printed between 1895 and 1900, "Les Maitres de l'Affiche" ("Masters of the Poster") was a lithographed series of 256 plates that reproduced the best American and European posters of the time. Under the artistic direction of Jules Cheret (1836-1932), the prints were published as a monthly subscription. In addition to the four prints disseminated every month, there were 16 bonus plates each originally designed by noted artists including Cheret. This print was originally an advertisement for Harper's Magazine by Edward Penfield (1866-1925), an artist who lived and worked in New York City. Known as the "originator of the poster in America", Penfield designed for Harper's in the 18790's and his work is still highly collectible and sought after.

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        Under Two Flags: Two Volumes in One (Hardcover, with ALS)

      Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1898. Later printing. Tipped on to the front endpaper is an autographed letter SIGNED and dated ("April 13, 1886") by the author as "Ouida" and stamped by the North American Review on April 29, 1886. & & The North American Review (NAR) is the oldest literary magazine published in the United States, founded in Boston in 1815 by William Tudor (1779-1830), its first editor. The magazine had a significant list of contributors, including the likes of William Cullen Bryant, Mark Twain, John Steinbeck, Walt Whitman, and Ouida on several occasions. Publication was suspended between 1940-1964 after the magazine's owner, J. H. Smythe, was revealed to be a Japanese spy. The NAR resumed publication in 1964 at Cornell College, with editorship assumed by the poet Robert Dana, until the college sold the rights to the University of Northern Iowa four years later, where it continues to operate.& & The first mention of Ouida in NAR seems to have come from Rhoda Broughton in the May 1877 issue, on the topic of censorship of the author's novels. Marie Louise de la Ramee, who wrote as Ouida, would have then been 38 years old. Throughout the late 1870s and into the early 1900s, she would continue to contribute to the magazine, becoming well known for her provocative, sexually inclined adventure literature. "Under Two Flags" has been adapted to film on several occasions, including short-length features, beginning in the early 1900s during the advent of the silent film era.& & Publisher's green cloth, with gilt titles, floral stamps in black on the front board and spine, gilt top page edges. Very Good condition. Slight spine lean, extremities bumped and rubbed, light fraying at the spine ends, front hinge split but solid, faint dampstaining to a few leaves, and slight wrinkle to the front board. The autographed letter is lightly toned and has a few small chips at the corners. A nice example of an early piece by this understated author, and a most uncommon autograph.

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        Volpone: or, The Foxe. With a Critical Essay on the Author by Vincent O'Sullivan, and a Frontispiece, Five Initial Letters, and a Cover Design Illustrative and Decorative by Aubrey Beardsley. Together with an Eulogy of the Artist by Robert Ross

      London: Leonard Smithers, 1898. Quarto. From a first edition limited to 1000 copies, this is one of 100 deluxe copies bound in full vellum, with an extra, enlarged set of the illustrations tipped-in. Beardsley lived only long enough to complete eight out of the 24 drawings planned. There are actually six large pictorial initials, plus the frontispiece and the cover design. The illustrations accompanying the initials are unusual for Beardsley in that they are shaded drawings. Only the frontispiece is a line drawing, with intricate hatching. Fine in vellum boards, which are slightly bowed, with Beardsley's all-over design in gilt.

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        Man Overboard [in The Harmsworth Magazine no.6 for December 1898]

      London, Harmsworth Bros. Dec. 1898, 1898. First appearance of Churchill's short story 'Man Overboard'. Small quarto magazine format in original publisher's illustrated paper covers, very minor edgewear and very slight chipping to spine ends otherwise bright, clean and strong. Quarter inch of loss to tail of spine panel. Staples rusting. An exceptionally clean and attractive copy of a scarce piece of Churchill ephemera.

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        The War of the Worlds

      London: William Heinemann, 1898. First British Edition. Very Good+in original binding. 1898 printed on title page; 16 advertising pages at end of book ("Mr. William Heinemann's Autumn Announcements mdcccxcvii"). An exceptional copy; clean, complete, securely bound. Small owner name stamped in purple on front pasted endpaper, no other markings. Pages, edges rough cut, are clean and near fine with very occasional small, light spottings and a few light fox speckles to bottom edge. Four leaves have short creases to top corners, another four have short closed tears at top edge; there are a few tiny closed tears and nicks to thumb edges. Endpapers slightly foxed but cleaner than usual for this title. Gray cloth hardcover is clean, lightly toned along spine and edge. Title stamped on black on front cover and spine, publisher monogram on back cover. Stamping is strong. Cover edges lightly shelf worn but cloth is not frayed; corners tips a bit rubbed but sharp. Binding is firm, hinges intact, no tears or cracks. There is a shallow gap between pages 144/145 (where two gatherings meet) but the binding has not split - all pages are secure, the binding solid. Endpapers intact. Spine and boards are straight. Page trim measures 5 x 7-1/4". viii + 304 pages plus 16 ad pages.. First British Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/No Jacket. 8vo.

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        The Shepheard's Calendar, Twelve Aeglogues, Proportionable to the Twelve Monethes Entitled to the Noble and Vertuous Gentleman Most Worthy of All Titled Both of Learning & Chivaley Maister Philip Sidney

      London & New York: Harper & Brothers, 1898 Finely bound by Cedric Chivers in full vellum with hand-painted design of branches and blossoms in pastel colors with title on front cover in stylized letters. Gilt rules on covers, top edge gilt, others uncut. . Octavo. Illustrated by Walter Crane with twelve full-page illustrations. Decorative borders on every page. Mild yellow stain on rear cover. Contemporary bookplate. A near fine copy and a lovely example of this sort of binding.

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        TOM SAWYER, HUCKLEBERRY FINN, GERMAN EDITIONS

      MARK TWAIN´S HUMORISTISCHE SCHRIFTEN, VOL 1, TOM SAWYER, ILLUSTRIERT VON B. SCHRíDTER. 1898. 307 PP. 8VO. BROWN, BLACK AND GILT STAMPED ILLUSTRATION ON FRONT COVER AND SPINE, REAR BOARDS BLIND STAMPED, GILT PATTERNED ENDPAPERS. CONDITION: SLIGHTLY COCKED, BUMPED CORNERS, MODERATE WEAR TO BOARDS, APROXIMATELY  A LITTLE BIT LESS OF 1/3 OF THE CLOTHSPINE IS TORN AWAY SO THAT THE TEXTBLOCK IS EXPOSED, MINOR FOXING AND TANNED SPOTS TO FEW PAGES, ELSE VERY GOOD. MARK TWAIN HUMORISTISCHE SCHRIFTEN, FAHRTEN DES HUCKLEBERRY FINN, ILLUSTRIERT VON B. SCHRíDTER UND ALBERT RICHTER. ZWEITER BAND,  VERLAG VON ROBER LOTZ. STUTTGART 1898. 351 PP. 8VO. BROWN, BLACK AND GILT STAMPED ILUSTRATION OF FRONT COVER AND SPINE, BLIND STAMPED REAR COVER. GILT PATTERNED STAMPED ENDPAPERS. CONDITION: SLIGHTLY COCKED, MODERATE RUBBING AND BUMPED CORNERS, HEAD AND FOOT SPINE EDGES WITH WEAR ALSO, LITTLE TEARS TO  FRONT COVER JOINTS, MINOR SOILING TO ENDPAPERS, ELSE VERY GOOD.

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        Calendario dell' Anno 1899, together with original artwork

      Rome: Società Editrice Dante Alighieri, 1898. Oblong octavo. (60)pp. One of 200 copies. Illustrated with seventeen chromolithographed plates, which accompany a series of musical arrangements by Salvatore Saya, with lyrics by the Italian poet Ugo Fleres. Together with twenty-one of Giuseppe Cellini’s original watercolor and ink drawings for Calendario dell’Anno, 1899, of which three were not used, and one is a duplicate. Each measures about 9 1/2 by 8 3/4 inches; the panels for the months of the year have, in almost all cases, placeholder text handwritten by the artist that was replaced by type in the final version. Cellini is perhaps best known for the frescoes that decorate the Galleria Sciarra in Rome, which blend influences of English Pre-Raphaelitism with the artistic traditions of the Italian Renaissance. These lovely, intricate calendar illustrations also clearly demonstrate the sway that the Renaissance aesthetic had on the Arts and Crafts movement, with elaborate floral and foliate designs, initials decorated with interlacing, and symbols for each sign of the zodiac, all in regal shades of red, blue, green, and gold. In the design for April, daisies bloom and birds perch amidst the interlace of branches that adorn the letter “A.” Printed Calendario bound in stab-sewn printed stiff card wrappers, which show wear and tears to the spine and the top of the front cover where it meets the spine. Drawings mounted to heavy paper backings, which show some wear to edges and have holes through top corners where they were once affixed to a surface.

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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 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.

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        The Complete Works of Robert Browning

      New York: Society of English and French Literature 1898, 5th Edition. (Hardcover) lvii, 335; xxvii, 396; xxix, 337; xix, 406; xxiv, 317; xxxvi, 342; 361; xxviii, 351; xxiv, 308; xix, 314; xxv, 399;xxv, 399pp. Very good. Octavo, 12 vols half leather, marbeled boards, gilt stamped titles and decorations; matching marbled endpapers. Text block clean and bright, deckled edges. Gilt top edge of text block. No previous owner markings. Bindings are clean and solid with only light rubbing. Hinges are strong. A very attractive set of Browning's complete works, illustrated..

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        Illustrated Historical Sketches portraying the advancement in Christian Science from its inception to the present time, including some of its church edifices (First Edition)

      Boston: Herbert L. Dunbar, 1898. First Edition. First Edition. A monograph of photographs by Dunbar of Christian Science books, figureheads, churches and other items of interest, mostly in the Boston area but also in other locales. OCLC locates 3 copies. Near Fine in publisher's gray oblong linen-covered boards, titles in gilt. A lovely copy.

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        The Romances and Narratives of Daniel Defoe

      The library edition of The Romances and Narratives of Daniel Defoe. New York: Crosoup & Sterling Co. 1898. Limited to 26 lettered sets for America, this being copy J (stated). Complete in 16 volumes. Edited by George Aitken. Illustrated by J. B. Yeats. Also includes reproductions of original title pages. 12 mo (7.25in.x5in.) Approx. 300 pgs./vol.3/4 green calf mellowed to brown over marbled boards. Marbled end pieces. Double frontispieces. Black and orange title pages. Marking ribbons. Top edges gilt. Double tissue guarded plates by Jack Yeats. Head and tail pieces.Condition of volumes range from very good to near fine plus. Uncut edges. Light rubbing to extremities, mostly top of spines. Inner hinge of vol.1 has started else texts are straight, tight, and clean. Interior pages are fine. Light age tonning else pages are unmarked. No foxing. Illustrations are pristine. A nice example of a rare Defoe edition.

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