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        Ekonomisk tidskrift, utgifven af David Davidson. Årg. 1, häft. 1 – Årg. 4, häft. 12.

      - Stockholm; Hugo Gebers Förlag, (i distribution), 1899-1902. [25,5x17 cm]. 599, (1), iv & 580, iv & 554, iv & 572, iv s. + reklam. Varje häfte innehåller dessutom bilagan "Öfversikt öfver de större bankernas ställning". 48 häften med tryckta omslag. Oskurna snitt, de flesta ouppskurna. Endel häften med små revor eller fläckar, bra inlagor. En fin uppsättning av de fyra första årgångarna av Ekonomisk Tidskrift. Med återkommande bidrag av bl. a. Knut Wicksell, Gustav Cassel, I. Heckscher, Isidor Flodström och Theophil Andersson. Bland Wicksells bidrag kan nämnas: "Om öfverflyttning af skatt", "Klassisk nationalekonomi och vetenskaplig socialism", "Rysslands ekonomiska förhållanden", "Om gränsproduktiviteten såsom grundval för den nationalekonomiska fördelningen", "Om ocker ur nationalekonomisk synpunkt", "Om arfsskatten", samt "Till fördelningsproblemet". A complete set of the first four annual issues of "Ekonomisk Tidskrift" (Economic Review), containing articles by Knut Wicksell, Gustav Cassel, I. Heckscher, and others.

      [Bookseller: Patrik Andersson, Antikvariat.]
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        Cuentos de color

      - PRIMERA EDICION.- Caracas: Tip. J. M. Herrera Irigoyen, 1899.- 213 p., 1 h.; 8º (19,3 cm.); letras capitulares; Plena Piel, conserva cubierta anterior, estuche.- Con una dedicatoria autógrafa del autor a D. Mariano de Cavia en la portadilla. La página 177 sin un pequeño trocito de papel en la parte superior del margen externo, que no toca texto por mucho. Con esta obra el autor entra plenamente en el modernismo literario. MUY RARO. Libro en español [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB]
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        Eden Versus Whistler: The Baronet & The Butterfly: A Valentine with a Verdict,

      Louis-Henry May, Paris 1899 - Large Paper Edition. One of 250 numbered copies signed by Whistler (with his butterfly design). Yellow cloth spine; paper boards. Gilt title and butterfly design on upper board; black printed title and gilt buterfly on spine. Armorial bookplate of Gerald Ponsonby. Light wear to boards else a very good copy. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA]
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        Usi e costumi antichi e moderni di tutti i popoli del mondo.

      Perino, 1899-1902, Roma, - Quattro volumi in 8°, pagg. (2), 384; (2), 385-768; (2), 352; (2), 80, 266-272, 90-184, 88, 48, bel frontespizio figurato in cromolitografia di Gino De Bini all'inizio di ogni volume e complessive 178 tavole (su 179) in nero ed in cromolitografia che illustrano le case, i costumi, gli utensili, Legatura in mezza pelle coeva con fregi e titoli oro al dorso. Bella ed interessante opera divulgativa, originariamente pubblicata in dispense, sulla storia ed i costumi del mondo dal periodo antico al XIX secolo. Il primo ed il secondo volume sono dedicati interamente all'Europa, il terzo volume all'Asia ed il quarto volume è dedicato all'Africa, l'America e l'Oceania. Resaturi abili ai dorsi. Qualche lieve brunitura ed alcune tavole un po' rifilate al margine. Nel complesso buon esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Biggio]
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        Original Studio Portrait of Lt.-Colonel Sam Steele, Lord Strathcona Horse

      Montreal: Wm. Notman & Son. 1899. (Photograph) Very good. Original Photograph on embossed Notman studio card with glassine envelope. Card: 10 3 / 8" X 6 1 / 4" Image: 7 1 / 4" X 3 1 / 2". Original Portrait Col. Sam Steele. Samuel Benfield Steele 1851 - 1919 Photographer: Wm. Notman & Son., Montreal. Ca. 1899 Neg # 137436 Major General Sir Samuel Benfield Steele, CB, KCMG, MVO (January 5, 1851 – January 30, 1919) was a famous member of the North West Mounted Police.He joined the local militia as a teenager and fought against the Fenians at the Battle of Ridgeway. He was sent west first to fight the Red River Rebellion of Louis Riel, but arrived after the Métis had surrendered. Steele had long been fascinated by the west, devouring the works of James Fenimore Cooper in his youth. He was especially interested in the First Nations, and spent his time in the west learning from them and the Metis. However he was recalled from Manitoba and based in Fort Henry in Kingston for the next few years.He was chosen to be one of the first members of the NWMP, being only the third officer sworn in. In 1873 he returned to Fort Garry with the new force and was put in charge of drilling the new recruits. Over the next few years he crisscrossed the prairies, before being assigned to NWMP headquarters to train new recruits.In 1881 he was assigned to meet with Sitting Bull, who fresh from defeating General Custer had moved into Canada and was demanding land for his people. Steele and a few officers met them and reached a peaceful agreement. This action won Steele great acclaim in the newspapers of the United States and was the beginning of his role as a public figure.In the North-West Rebellion Steele was dispatched with a small force. Missing the Battle of Batoche Steele and his force were sent to move against the last rebel force lead by Chief Big Bear. Steele and his two dozen Mounties defeated Big Bear's force at Loon Lake in the last battle ever fought on Canadian territory. The contributions of the NWMP to putting down the rebellion went largely ignored and unrewarded, to Steele's great annoyance. Steele spent the next ten years assigned to Fort McLeod, and at age 41 married Maria Harwood, eventually the couple had three children.In 1898 he was sent north to the Yukon to succeed Charles Constantine with policing during the Klondike Gold Rush. Initially, he was in charge of the customs posts at the Chilkoot Pass and White Pass, where he created the rule that no one would be allowed to enter without a ton of goods. Steele and his force made the Klondike Gold Rush into one of the most orderly events of its kind in history and made the police force famous around the world, which ensured its survival at a critical time when the force's dissolution was being debated in parliament.In 1900 he was second in command in Lord Strathcona's Horse, a Canadian light cavalry unit sent to South Africa during the Boer war and did so with distinction. Steele, however, disliked greatly what he was ordered to do by the British, which included burning towns and moving the populace to concentration camps.Steele was knighted in 1918 and was made a Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, and Member of the Royal Victorian Order.Canada's fifth tallest mountain, Mount Steele, is named after him..

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        Oeuvres complètes de Alphonse Daudet édition définitive 18 Volumes

      - Alexandre Houssiaux éditeur, 1899, 1900, 1901, ROMAN: T1:Le petit chose, 385 pages.T2:Fromont jeune et Risler Ainé, 359 pages.T3:Jack moeurs contemporaines, 627 pages.T4:Le Nabab, 500 pages. T5: Les Rois en Exil, 361 pages. T6: Numa Roumestan-L'évangéliste, 600 pages. T7:Tartarin de Tarascon-Tartarin sur les Alpes-Port Tarascon, 520 pages.T8:Sapho-L'immortel, 446 pages. T9: La Petite Paroisse-Rose et Ninette, 410 pages.T10:Soutien de Famille, 376 pages. CONTES ET NOUVELLES: T1:Les Amoureuses-Lettres de mon Moulin, 380 pages.T2:Contes du Lundi-Robert Helmont. T3:Les Femmes d'Artistes-La Fédor-Le Trésor d'Arlatan-La belle Nivernaise-Légendes et récits, 355 pages. THEATRE:T1:La Dernière Idole-Les Absents-L'Oeillet Blanc-Le Frère Ainé-Le Sacrifice-Lise Tavernier, 462 pages.T2:L'Arlésienne-Fromont Jeune et Risler Ainé-Le Nabab, 458 pages.T3:Le Char-Jack-Sapho, 489 pages.T4:La Lutte pour la Vie-L'Obstacle-La Menteuse, 399 pages.ETUDES ET SOUVENIRS:Entre les Frises et la Rampe-Etudes et Paysages-Trente Ans de Paris-Souvenirs d'un Homme de Lettres, 420 pages.Belle reliure 1/2 cuir à coins, tranche supérieure dorée, couvertures et dos conservée, rousseurs très présentent sur les 2 premiers volumes, très frais pour les autres volumes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Pons]
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        The Goodness of Saint Rocque

      Dodd, Mead and Company, New York 1899 - 224 pp. Spine ends, corners bumped and worn. Moderate wear to boards. Green cloth boards, silver lettering, black decoration on spine, silver and black decoration on front board. Top edge tinted green. Library rules bookplate on front pastedown, library stamp on title page, no other stamps or markings. An important literary work in the field of African American literature, this collection of short stories was the second one by the author, and the first published work by an African American woman. Dunbar wrote extensively, and became an activist for African American and women's rights. ; Ex-Library; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Riverwash Books (IOBA)]
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        Fantastic Fables.

      New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press, 1899 - Octavo. Original brown cloth, titles and elaborate pictorial decoration to spine and upper board in black, blue, red, and gilt. With the dust jacket. Housed in a blue card slipcase. Upper corner bumped, else a superb copy with the cloth and contents fresh and bright, in the dust jacket with faintly toned spine panel, a light red mark to the upper panel, and some small nicks. First edition, first impression, second issue with the ads headed "New Fiction". A stunning copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        From Sunset Ridge: Poems Old and New

      Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston 1899 - Early reprint. Octavo. Original cloth and papercovered boards lettered in gilt, top edge gilt. Corners a bit bumped, a very good copy. Signed by the author: "Yours sincerely, Julia Ward Howe." Includes the author's "Battle Hymn of the Republic." See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Library Catalogue. Travel Adventure and Sport [Cover title]

      [New York City: A. Edward Pond, ca. 1899] - Signed A. Edward Pond upper right of front cover. Private library catalogue of sporting (chiefly Africa, Asia, and western America) and travel, with some military histories and standard works of history and literature, approximately 500 titles listed alphabetically by title. The illustrations correspond to plates in Kinloch, Large Game Shooting in Thibet, an edition of which is noted here. Rare (POND, A. EDWARD) 12mo. 8 half tone reproductions from "Kinloch's Big Game." [32] unnumbered pages. Pictorial blue grey stiff boards. Guillotined; internally fine. With New York Public Library acquisition stamp dated 14 November 1902 from Mrs. Josephine D.R. Pond. OCLC, one copy (Yale) [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        LES SAINTS EVANGILES.

      Paris 1899 - Texto en negro a dos columnas. Profusamente ilustrado entre y fuera de texto. 2 vols. Encuadernados en uno 36 x 29 cms. Xxi + 148 págs. = 196 págs. Encuadernación muy lujosa plena piel época con hierros dorados en lomo plano y contraplano cantos superiores dorados con estuche. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA MARGARITA DE DIOS]
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        Biographical and Genealogical History of the State of Delaware : Containing Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, and Many of the Early Settlers

      J.M.Runk & Co 1899 - This 2 volume set has been rebound in black leather along spine with 5 raised bands and tips of corners over gray cloth covered boards, original titling has been preserved and is pasted onto front panels, all edges gilt, 1547 pages, illustrated with photographs. Text pages have marginal age toned and there is chipping/breakage to some of the edges confined to the margins, some rubbing of the gilt edges. A very good copy of this very scarce work. Scans available. USPS confirmation used on all shipments. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbums of Ish Kabibble Books]
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        American Statesmen: Complete in 40 Volumes

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1899-1900. First. Standard Library edition. Forty volumes with Index. Octavos. Green ribbed cloth, gilt-stamped spine, top edge gilt. Illustrated with portraits. Owner's name embossed on front fly, scattered foxing, lightly stained cloth, still a very good set, lacking the scarce dustwrappers. Volume I: Benjamin Franklin by Morse; Volume I, Second Series: Ulysses S. Grant by Coolidge; Volume II: Samuel Adams by Hosmer; Volume II, Second Series: John Sherman by Burton; Volume III: Patrick Henry by Tyler; Volume III, Second Series: James G. Blaine by Stanwood; Volume IV: George Washington by Lodge; Volume IV, Second Series: Thomas B. Reed by McCall; Volume V: George Washington by Lodge; Volume V, Second Series: John Hay by Thayer; Volume VI: John Adams by Morse; Volume VI, Second Series: John Hay by Thayer; Volume VII: Alexander Hamilton by Lodge; Volume VII, Second Series: William McKinley by Olcott; Volume VIII: Gouverneur Morris by Roosevelt; Volume VIII, Second Series: William McKinley by Olcott; Volume IX: John Jay by Pellew; Volume X: John Marshall by Magruder; Volume XI: Thomas Jefferson by Morse; Volume XII: James Madison by Gay; Volume XIII: Albert Gallatin by Stevens; Volume XIV: James Monroe by Gilman; Volume XV: John Quincy Adams by Morse; Volume XVI: John Randolph by Adams; Volume XVII: Andrew Jackson by Sumner; Volume XVIII: Martin Van Buren by Shepard; Volume XIX: Henry Clay by Schurz; Volume XX: Henry Clay by Schurz; Volume XXI: Daniel Webster by Lodge; Volume XXII: John C. Calhoun by Von Holst; Volume XXIII: Thomas H. Benton by Roosevelt; Volume XXIV: Lewis Cass by Andrew C. McLaughlin; Volume XXV: Abraham Lincoln by Morse; Volume XXVI: Abraham Lincoln by Morse; Volume XXVII: William H. Seward by Lothrop; Volume XXVIII: Salmon P. Chase by Hart; Volume XXIX: Charles Francis Adams by Adams; Volume XXX: Charles Sumner by Storey; Volume XXXI: Thaddeus Stevens by McCall, and Volume XXXII: General Index by Smith. A lovely and important collectible set. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Le 1er régiment de tirailleurs algériens. Histoire et campagnes.

      Hachette et Cie 1899 - - Hachette et Cie, Paris 1899, relié. - Edition originale. Reliure en demi basane havane, dos lisse, plats de papier marbré, un léger manque de papier sans gravité en tête du premier plat, reliure moderne. Riche illustration in et hors-texte. Préface de Ernest Lavisse. Rare et agréable exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Campfires of the Afro-American.

      Afro-American Pub. Co., Philadelphia 1899 - Original maroon pebbled cloth.Gilt title on the front cover and spine.Very mild wear to the head and tail of the spine.Beautiful frontispiece in color.Dedication page.Many full page black and white illustrations.Binding is tight and square.A rare book in excellent condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: 12 Peers Fine Books]
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        Original Dustwrapper Art Archive

      An archive of original art from Paul Laune (1899-1977), including 22 dustwrapper concepts painting, three multipage interior art mock-ups, and ten supplied hardcover books displaying the final published artwork between 1937-1960. Each painting is done in watercolor or tempera on art paper or stiff cardboard, with nearly all mounted and matted with a protective overlay; the three octavo-sized mocks are made from loose sheets stapled in the middle and folded. The art is in near fine or better condition with little wear, while the books are overall near fine. Further details available upon request. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Essai Sur La Vie Du Comte Armand Doria Par M. Arsene Alexandre; Portrait A L'Eau-Forte Par Damman. Collection De M. Le Comte Armand Doria - Tome I: Tableaux Modernes (251 Lots) ; Tome II: Aquarelles, Pastels, Dessins, Gravures, Sculptures (Lots 252 - 682)

      Imprimerie Georges Petit, Paris 1899 - 2 volumi in 4°grande (28 x 36); brossura editoriale originale. Volume I 5 FOGLI comprensivi di frontespizio - foglio di tiratura - secondo frontespizio - foglio CON DATE vendita Ritratto all'acquaforte di Armand Francois Paul COMTE DORIA + pagine LXXII PREFAZIONE + pagine 174 + 2 fogli + 39 tavole acqueforti Volume II 4 FOGLI comprensivi di frontespizio - foglio di tiratura - secondo frontespizio - foglio CON DATE vendita pagine 178 + 2 fogli + 5 tavole acqueforti VOLUME INTONSO Tutte le tavole hanno la loro velina

      [Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari di A. Castiglioni]
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        Sarah Bernhardt: La Samaritaine

      Paris: Imprimerie Chaix, (1899). Framed lithograph from the series "Les Maîtres de l'Affiche," accented with gilt ink. The poster was originally designed by Alphonse Mucha for Sarah Bernhardt's role in La Samaritaine at the Theatre de la Renaissance in Paris, in 1897. Bernhart played Photina, a Samaritan woman who converts to Christianity, and she is depicted by Mucha with a large water jar and flowing hair, encircled by golden stars and a mosaic with Hebrew letters spelling "Jehova." The prints in the "Les Maîtres de l'Affiche" series were smaller, collectible versions of popular posters. This is plate no. 166, and it is printed on a sheet embossed with the series logo. Plate measures 15 1/2 by 11 7/16 inches. Frame measures 23 3/4 by 14 1/4, with a burgundy cloth-covered mat and gold and pink accents around the opening. A couple of faint creases to top-left corner and a larger crease to bottom-left corner, 1-inch closed tear and other short tears to margins, not affecting the image, else about fine.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Le Cinquiéme Acte [in l'Aurore, no. 694, 12 sept. 1899].

      - Paris, 1899. [61,5x45,5 cm]. 4 pages. Folded twice. Slightly yellowed and with some light creases. A very well-preserved copy. Zola's text covers 4 of the 6 columns on the front page. Le Cinquième Acte, published in september 1899, was the fourth of altogether seven articles and open letters published by Zola in l Aurore between 1898 and 1900 in favour of the French Army captain of Jewish and Alsatian descent Alfred Dreyfus, charged with treason in 1894 in a much-publicized affaire. In the article Zola expresses his outrage with the military tribunal in Rennes where Dreyfus, repatriated from his imprisonment on the Devil s Island, was tried again only to be re-condemned despite clear evidence in favour of his innocence. The anger and disappointment of Zola, who had spent almost a year in exile in London in the aftermath of his 1898 open letter J Accuse.! is quite palpable in the text. The Rennes trial was, says Zola, supposed to be the fifth act of the play that was the Dreyfus affair -- a happy ending where the wronged party is redeemed -- but it turned out to be only the fourth act : When, Oh dear God, will there be the Fifth? Zola did not have to wait for very long for the fifth act , as Dreyfus was pardoned later that same year on the grounds of feeble health. The finale of the affair was however not enacted until 1906, when Dreyfus was formally acquitted and his honour restored, something Zola himself sadly never lived to see.

      [Bookseller: Patrik Andersson, Antikvariat.]
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        "Beyond Petsora Eastward." Two Summer Voyages to Novaya Zemlya and the Islands of Barents Sea

      London: R. H. Porter 1899, 1st Edition. () xiv,335pp. Very good, no dust jacket. Octavo in original gilt lettered, decorated green cloth with bevelled edges and black coated endpapers with colour frontispiece (bird eggs), 88 B&W plates from photos, illustrations (maps and plans) in text, and 2 folding maps (at end). Fine copy. AB 25015. With the engraved armoural bookplate of A.L. Clarke. Appendices by Colonel H. W. Feilden--On the Botany and Geology..

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        A THOUSAND DAYS IN THE ARCTIC. With Preface by Admiral Sir F. Leopold McClintock.

      London and New York: Harper & Brothers 1899 - 2 volumes. Thick 8vo. 1st U.K. edition. xxi + 551pp; xv + 580pp. B/w photo plates (1 folding), 5 folding colour maps, illus. Royal blue cloth, gilt. Corner of volume 1 bumped, otherwise a fine set. A day-by-day journal of the Jackson-Harmsworth Expedition (1894-97). The party established winter quarters at Cape Flora, Franz Joseph Land, and remained there for 3 years. By sheer coincidence, Fridtjof Nansen and Hjalmar Johansen encountered Jackson's camp in June of 1896 during the Fram Expedition, and enjoyed several weeks of generous hospitality (after surviving through the winter on walrus and bear meat). Throughout their stay, the party made sledge journeys in the archipelago, surveyed, made scientific collections, hunted, and described the polar night. Also included is a chapter on scurvy. [AB 7943, citing the first U.S. edition] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bjarne Tokerud Bookseller ABAC/ILAB/PBFA]
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        The Poems of William Shakespeare, According to the Text of the Original Copies, Including the Lyrics, Songs, and Snatches Found in His Dramas. Limited Edition

      London: Edward Arnold. Printed at the Essex House Press. VG : in very good condition with marbled eps. 1899. 426/450. Later black red Morocco with inlaid panels of black Morocco, decorated with patterns of gilt rules and small square ornaments. 240mm x 160mm (9" x 6"). 253pp. Woodcut plate, initials and colophon. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        CONNAISSANCES NÉCESSAIRES À UN BIBLIOPHILE. Cinquième Èdition. Paris, Édouard Rouveyre Éditeur, 1899.

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        Illustrierte Landwirtschaftliche Zeitung. Amtliche Organ des Bundes der Landwirte,hrsg. Reinhold Rudloff. 1899 bis1926,ohne Jahrgang 1901 und 1906. 28 Bände.

      Hignod Ainé 1899-1926, Berlin, -

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis]
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        COLD STEEL

      London: Grant Richards,. 1899. Octavo, pp. [i-vii] viii [1] 2-372 + 20-page publisher's catalogue dated "MCM" inserted at rear,. original pictorial tan cloth, front panel stamped in blue, orange, dark brown and black, spine panel stamped in dark brown and black, fore and bottom edges untrimmed.. Cloth lightly dust soiled, minor darkening to endpapers, a tight,. internally clean, very good copy. A nice copy of an attractive book.. Enclosed in cloth sleeve and quarter orange pebbled morocco slipcase. (a bit soiled). An uncommon book not often found signed or inscribed. by Shiel. (#80442). First edition with second state inserted publisher's catalogue (the first was dated 1899). Signed inscription by Shiel on front free endpaper: "Kings are without humour: my Henry VIII in / this, the first 'Defender of the Faith,' had six / wives, and was the champion of faithlessness / while the last Defender of the Faith, our / George V, being the fifth of his wife, has five / wives in one, so that when he reaches up and / kisses her he is being naughty with a harem. / But some day he will figure in a 'historical / novel': and this is what kings are for, as I / show here. / 1924. M. P. Shiel." Historical novel set during the reign of Henry VIII. Morse, The Works of M. P Shiel Updated (1980), p. 80.

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        The River War. An Historical Account of The Reconquest of the Soudan

      Longmans, Green, and Co., London 1899 - Volume Two ONLY, of Two. FIRST EDITION, SECOND IMPRESSION, with the typo corrected on page 459. Publisher's original navy blue cloth. INSCRIBED by Churchill on the half-title: "Yours vy truly, Winston S. Churchill." A preliminary blank is missing, and the book shows residual water damage. The pages are lightly (but entirely) dampstained and somewhat wrinkled throughout. All the maps and illustrations are present. From the estate of Churchill's American cousin, Eva Purdy Thomson [d.1917], with her "Nepahwin" blindstamp on the first page of text, and on a half-dozen or so interior text pages. Nepahwin was the informal name of her estate near New Windsor-on-the-Hudson. In the year of her death, the property was converted to a retreat for religious workers. Churchill's second book. The first two impressions totaled only 2500 copies. A title not commonly found inscribed. Together With: A 1p. ALS from Churchill to Eva on 105, Mount Street stationery, dated Jan. 31, 1901, in which Churchill thanks Eva for attending his lectures and agrees to "inscribe the books." (i.e. This volume and, presumably, the other now-missing volume of the set). The letter was written in New York, near the end of Churchill's American lecture tour. The letter is on a single folded sheet, with the verso of the last leaf mounted on a piece of light cardboard. This item was part of a larger collection of Churchill material that descended from Eva Purdy Thomson. Details are available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Clarel Rare Books]
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        The River War, An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1899. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very good plus. This is a finely bound first edition, first printing of Churchill's second book. This first edition is notable for a number of reasons. Aesthetically it is lavish, each of the two large volumes printed on heavy paper with a profusion of illustrations, maps, and plans. From a collector's standpoint it is scarce; the publisher issued just 2,000 copies of this first printing. Bibliographically it is notable that this first edition is the *only* unabridged edition printed to this day. In 1902 Churchill (now a new member of Parliament) revised and abridged his text, excising much of the criticism of Kitchener for political reasons. All of the many subsequent editions of The River War are based on the 1902 abridged and revised text. Last but not least, the text is arresting, insightful, powerfully descriptive, and of enduring relevance. In 1883, Mahdist forces of messianic leader Mohammed Ahmed overwhelmed the Egyptian army of British commander William Hicks and Britain ordered withdrawal from the Sudan. In 1885, General Gordon famously lost his life in a doomed defense of Khartoum, where he had been sent to lead evacuation of Egyptian forces. General Kitchener reoccupied the Sudan in 1898. With him was a very young Winston Churchill, who would participate in the battle of Omdurman in September 1898, where the Mahdist forces were decisively defeated. Writing about the British campaign in the Sudan, Churchill - a young officer in a colonial British army - is unusually sympathetic to the Mahdist forces and critical of Imperial cynicism and cruelty. This work offers us the candid perspective of the future great man of the 20th century from the distinctly 19th century battlefields where Churchill learned to write and earned his early fame. Here is a chief architect of the Second World War involved in what has been called the last "genuine" cavalry charge of the British army. This first printing set features very good first edition contents finely bound in quarter red pebble grain morocco over heavy blue pebble grain buckram boards, with marbled endpapers, gilt top edge, head and foot bands, gilt spine title print and rules, and gilt rule transitions. The binding is in very good plus condition. The leather remains supple with no splits or cracking. The bindings are tight with only minor wear to extremities and modest cosmetic flaws, primarily some staining to the spines. The contents are very good for the edition. All of the profuse maps and plans are present and in excellent condition, including the photo plates and attendant tissue guards. Volume I is of course rebound without the publisher's rear catalogue. We find no previous ownership marks. Spotting is modest for the edition, mostly found on the fore and bottom edges and first few leaves, only intermittent and relatively light otherwise throughout. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A2.1.b, Woods/ICS A2(a.1), Langworth p.29

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        The River War: An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Sudan, in Two [2] Volumes

      Longmans, Green, and Co. 1899 - Modern facsimile editions of the first edition of Vol. 1 (1899), and the second printing of Vol. 2 (1900), prepared and bound for a library collection. Lacks the publisher catalog bound into the original. Bindings tight, pages clean, bright, & unmarked. Acquired from the private collection of Dr. Daniel Sperber, a prominent nuclear theorist. Complete in two volumes. xxii, [2], 462, x, [4], 499. Index. Black cloth, gilt titles. Vol 1: 16 maps & plans; 25 illustrations; Vol. II: 18 maps & plans, 33 illustrations by Angus McNeil, Seaforth Highlanders. Photogravures and fold-out maps. Churchill's second book, written while an officer in the British army, and definitely the scarcest of his works. This edition to this day is the only unexpurgated version of the work -- later editions were abridged to one volume, and removed several passages that were deemed too critical of Lord Kitchener. The book tells of the conflict between Kitchener and the Dervish forces of Khalifa Abdallahi ibn Muhammad. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Origin and Official History of the Thirteenth (13th) Battalion of Infantry and a Description of the Work of the Early Militia of the Niagara Peninsula in the War of 1812 and the Rebellion of 1837

      Hamilton, Ontario: E.L. Ruddy. Hardcover. 88 pages plus 40 pages of glorious vintage ads, primarily for businesses in Hamilton and vicinity - our two favourites being the full-page ad for Labatt's Ales and Porter, and the quarter-page ad for J. Hoodless & Son which features photos of John Hoodless and the late Jos. Hoodless. Neatly handwritten inscription dated Christmas 1899 indicates this copy was presented to Captain A.A. Booker 'With the compliments of Lieut-Colonel McLaren and Officers". Presumably A.A. Booker was a descendant of Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred Booker who commanded the Battalion from 1865-1866 when it took part in the Battle of Ridgeway. A full-page photographic portrait of Lieutenant-Colonel Henry McLaren appears on page thirteen. Includes list of officers and the dates of the official gazettes concerning them, and a Record of Rifle Shooting from 1863 to 1899 inclusive. Printed upon coated stock. Marbled endpapers. Handsome bright gilt adornment and lettering upon front board. Usual library markings. Above-average external wear. Hinges and backstrip secured with tape. A worthy association copy of this important work. . Fair. 1899. First Edition.

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        A COLLECTION of GOUDIANA

      Various places and dates of publication. Collection includes broadsides, keepsakes, birthday greetings, remembrances, and essays in Goudy's honor, produced by fine typographers. Also specimen sheets, type samples, promotional material, and keepsakes from type houses providing typefaces designed by Goudy. There is a check on the American Trust Company made out to Frederic W. Goudy, and endorsed by him on the back. Also included is a collection of newspaper and magazine clippings relating to Goudy.& & FROM FINE PRINTERS:& Frederic W. Goudy, American Typographer, by Paul Johnston. 8vo. 6-3/8 9-1/2 inches. 8 pp. Paul Johnston (1899-1987) was an American printer and book designer active from the 1920s. This article is apparently an offprint from his book of the same title (1930); there is no date or publisher listed.& Prospectus for: A Bibliography of The Village Press, by Melbert B. Cary, Jr. To be privately printed by The Press of the Woolly Whale, New York, 1938. Single sheet folded once to make a 4-pp. booklet. 6-2/8 x 9-1/8 inches (folded dimensions). The Village Press was Goudy's first press, founded in Park Ridge, Illinois in 1903. Includes sample pages from proposed book. Order form laid in. & Broadside: The Type Speaks by Frederic W. Goudy. 6-5/16 x 8-1/4 inches. No publisher, no date. Probably issued by the Lansten Monotype Machine Company in Philadelphia in 1938. This piece by Goudy was reported to be his favorite, and was printed several times by different presses. & To F.W.G. at LXXVII. Keepsake for Goudy's 77th birthday. New York: The Typophiles, 1942. Single sheet folded once to make a 4-pp. booklet. 4-9/16 x 7 inches (folded dimensions). Folded again, perhaps for mailing.& Prospectus for The University of California's 1940 publication of Goudy's Typology: Studies in Type Design and Type Making. Single sheet, folded once to make a 4-pp. booklet. Folded again for mailing. Order form on back page.& Broadside: The Craftsman's Ideal by Goudy. Printed in honor of Frederic and Bertha Goudy, on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Village Press. New York: The Marchbanks Press, 1938. Single sheet of heavy paper. 8-1/16 x 11-3/4 inches. This piece alone is less than Near Fine; small stain and minor creasing at top; creasing and two small tears at bottom.& Prospectus and luncheon invitation for Bertha S. Goudy: First Lady of Printing, published by The Distaff Side, the women's group of the Typophiles. Order form laid in.& A single sheet, 16 x 12-3/4 inches, folded once to make a 4-pp. booklet. Inside spread reproduces a photograph of the brook at Deepdene (site of the Goudy's home and press), and a photo of Bertha M. Goudy. Also laid in is a page from Frankenstein, typeset by Bertha Goudy, with illustration by Everett Henry.& Broadside. "The Time Capsule." Page from The Book of Record of the Time Capsule, published by Westinghouse Electric for the 1939 World's Fair. Partially designed by Goudy. 6-5/8 x 10 inches.& Fred Goudy's Last Letter. With a Note by Sol Hess. Single sheet folded four times to make a 4-pp. 12mo booklet. Verso of sheet reproduces letter. Typophile Monographs: XXX. [1947].& Invitation: 5-3/4 x 4-3/8 inches. Presentation of bronze bust of Frederic W. Goudy The New York School of Printing. ND.& Exhibition announcement. The Works of Frederic W. Goudy 1865-1947 at the Book Club of California, 545 Sutter Street. March 22 through May 28, 1971. 3-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches.& One sheet of thick paper folded four times to make a 4-pp. booklet. 7 x 9-3/4 inches (folded dimensions). Photo of a bust of Goudy on first page. (Bust is by Jo Davidson, though not credited here.) Inner pages read: "Bust of Frederic Goudy, printed in our shop in photogravure by Alfred Kennedy. To Remember a visit to the printing office of Lawton & Alfred Kennedy October 9, 1967." Last page blank. & A Keepsake Honoring the installation of the Kelmscott-Goudy Albion Press at the Herity Press, January 31, 1961. Single sheet folded once to make a 4-pp. booklet. 8-1/2 x 11-1/2 (folded dimensions). Reprints an article by Goudy on William Morris that originally appeared in Philobiblon magazine in 1934.& FROM TYPE FOUNDRIES, ETC.& Anonymous. Frederic W. Goudy: the Intimate Recollections of a Friend. San Francisco: Mackenzie & Harris, Inc., ND. This remembrance first appeared in the Summer 1950 issue of the Book Club of California newsletter. Two loose sheets folded once and bedded to make 8-pp. booklet. MacKenzie & Harris Typefounders address label laid in. & A Specimen of Types Designed and Engraved, & Cast at the Village Press, Marlborough (sic) New York. San Francisco: MacKenzie & Harris, 1938. In printed wraps. 6 x 9 inches, saddlestitched booklet. 16 pp. Addendum of Lost Goudy Typefaces, dated 1939, laid in. Also laid in: an anonymous typesetting sample using Goudy's Tory typeface. & Lanston Monotype Co, ND, ca.1950. Single sheet folded once to make a 4-pp. booklet. 7-1/8 x 10-1/4 inches (folded dimensions). Originally issued with wood engraving by John DePol; woodcut is missing. & Lanston Monotype Co. Single sheet 5-1/4 x 10-5/8 inches. Announcement of Goudy's typeface Californian. Order form folded over. With mailing envelope.& Frederic W. Goudy. Self-covered pamphlet, saddlestitched. [8] pp. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches. Photo of Goudy reproduced on first page. Keepsake produced by Lanston Monotype for the dinner held by the Frederic W. Goudy Society in New York City on March 7, 1968.& Deepdene: A New Type Produced in Every Detail by the Designer of the Face. New York: Continental Typefounders Association, 1927. 11-1/2 x 16 inches sheet folded once to make 4-pp. booklet. First page has sample sheet of Goudy-designed typeface Deepdene. Inner pages printed as a broadside. Decorative capital printed in red. & Concerning Goudy Old Style. Bangor, ME: The Eastern Corporation, ND. Paper sample with sample type set in Goudy Old Style. 8-1/2 x 11 inches. Card stock. & Goudy Text. Lombardic Capitals. Billings, MT: Western Newspaper Union, ND. 7 x 6 inch sheet folded once to make a 4-pp. booklet.& The Marchbanks Press. To the Heads of Companies Having Something to Sell. Promotional flyer. Card stock with black print. Decorative initial cap. 8-1/4 x 11-1/4 inches. New York: The Marchbanks Press, ND. Flyer soliciting printing jobs. Goudy worked extensively with this press, beginning in 1917.& Frederic W. Goudy. One sheet folded to make 4-pp. booklet. 7-7/8 x 10-1/8 inches (folded dimensions). Memorial. Reproduces woodcut portrait on Goudy on first page. No publisher, no date. & & All pieces Fine or Near Fine (with some age toning and slight handling wear here and there) except where noted.&

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        The Alleged Haunting of B-- House : Including a Journal Kept During the Tenancy of Colonel Lemesurier Taylor / Edited by A. Goodrich-Freer (Miss X) and John, Marquess of Bute

      London : George Redway, 1899 - Description: 249 p. ; 20 cm. Subjects: Haunted houses --Scotland --Perthshire. Ghosts --Scotland --Perthshire. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked, pictorial cloth. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans on request. 1 Kg. 249 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoires souteraines.

      Bruxelles Edmond Deman 1899 - In-4, 368 pp., ornementation en deux tons par Théo Van Rysselberghe. Broché, couverture de papier moiré vert rempliée et ornementée, non coupé. Tirage limité à 60 exemplaires numérotés, 50 sur papier du Japon et 10 sur Hollande Van Gelder, ici un exemplaire sur vergé teinté (?) Très bel ouvrage Art Nouveau, rare et recherché, décoré de 60 en-têtes, lettrines ou culs-de-lampe, d'une page de titre ornementée, composés par Th. Van Rysselberghe et tirés en deux tons. Une sélection de 20 contes, empruntés à tous les recueils. Bien que paru dix ans après la mort de Villiers, le volume avait été conçu par lui-même et il en avait fixé le titre. Bollery, 24. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        American Anthropologist

      Varous places: American Anthropologist, 1899-2009 120 volumes plus all indexes and supplements. Royal Octavo (9 1/4" x 6 1/4") and Quarto (11" x 8 1/2") issued in wrappers. Early volumes from the library of George M Foster and bound in green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Other volumes from the library of Robert V Kemper. First editions.American Anthropologist is the flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). It is known for publishing a wide range of work in anthropology, including articles on cultural, biological and linguistic anthropology and archeology. Its first incarnation (known as the "Old Series") started in 1888 and was published by the Anthropological Society of Washington, the first anthropology association in the United States. The "New Series" began in 1899 under an editorial board that included Franz Boas, Daniel G. Brinton, and John Wesley Powell and continues to this day. The four fields of Anthropology include cultural, linguistic, archeology and biological/physical. Sometimes applied anthropology is added as a fifth division. Among the journals published by the AAA, The American Anthropologist is the only one that follows the "four field" approach, publishing articles from all the subdisciplines of anthropology. Proponents of four-field anthropology see American Anthropologist's broad scope as important to maintaining disciplinary unity, while critics have expressed serious reservations about this aim, and criticize pressures since the 1970s against editors and works that do not subscribe to four field holism as an ideal for anthropological scholarship.Condition:Because of the quantity of this item shipping will be $500.00 domestic and will require 30 boxes to be shipped. Shipping arrangements will be made with the buyer.

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        Electric Movement in Air and Water with Theoretical Inferences, 2 vols. (including supplement by Henry Stroud).

      London : Smith, Elder, & Co., 1899. 2 volumes bound in together in original full decorated cloth, richly gilt, with gilt title and decorations. Complete copy with 1 diagram (loose), and 55 (41 + 14) photographic / lithographed plates, many full page, some large folding. The 14 plates included in the supplement are in color. Most plates loose but all are well preserved, clean and intact. Clean copy inside, and overall quite well preserved.. First printing of the spectacular second edition from 1899 which includes the supplement by Stroud with full page colored lithographed plates. William George Armstrong, Baron Armstrong of Cragside, CB, FRS was an engineer, a scientist, inventor and philanthropist. In collaboration with the architect Richard Norman Shaw, he built Cragside in Northumberland, the first house in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity. He invented high-pressure hydraulic machinery and is regarded as the inventor of modern artillery. His electric experiments in this volume (s) were reproduced directly onto photographic plates, fx. some are made on plates with a very thin layer of wax and dust. What he captures this way is describes like this: "I have already spoken of electricity as organised motion, and we have here an example of it carried apparently to the verge of life. (No. 38) [...] in the succeeding figure (No. 40) we see arborescent forms, showing trees and undergrowth, in which stems, branches, and leaves find their approximate representatives. Lastly, in the one remaining figure to be shown (No. 41), even the root is indicated lying at the foot of the stem." And later on he concludes [p. 52]: "Examples have been presented of the remarkable correspondence between some electric figures and living organised forms." This copy stems from the collection of Danish physic P. O. Pedersen with his name, neatly, in ink to bottom of titlepage. P. O. Pedersen (Peder Oluf Pedersen, 1874 -1941) was a Danish engineer and physicist. He is notable for his work on electrotechnology and his cooperation with Valdemar Poulsen on the developmental work on Wire recorders, which he called a telegraphone , and the arc converter known as the Poulsen Arc Transmitter. Pedersen became a professor of telegraphy, telephony and radio in 1912. He became principal of the College of Advanced Technology (Den Polytekniske Læreanstalt) in 1922, a title he held until his death. He was a Fellow of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and was a member of the British Institution of Electrical Engineers. In 1915 he became a Fellow of the Institute of Radio Engineers. Pedersen includes Armstrong in his publication 'On the Lichtenberg Curves', 1919

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        Universite de Berkeley, San Francisco (Californie): Concours Phoebe A. Hearst Pour les Plans de Reconstruction de l'Universite--1er Prix Projet de E. Benard

      Charles Schmid no date (ca 1899), Paris - RARE! Hardcover with gray cloth boards, ca. 1899, folio, unpaginated, illustrated with 12 halftone plates on 11 pages. Book fair with foredges of cloth removed from boards and fraying, cloth discolored and soiled, title band on spine 90% worn off, wear to spine ends and hinges rubbed, binding tender and cracking, previous owner's stamp to front pastedown, endpapers foxed and toned, plates show mild general soil and toning. No DJ. THIS LARGE, HEAVY BOOK WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SHIPPING FEES. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        IMPRESSIONS OF AMERICA

      London: C. Arthur Pearson Limited, 1899. xxiv, 241 pages, including a frontispiece and 42 plates that are duotone stereoviews to be viewed with the wooden "book stereoscope" that, with a sheet of instructions, is in a pocket on the inside of the rear cover. A limited edition: #118 of 150 copies SIGNED by Porter. The photographs were taken by Porter during his tour of the United States: there are several stereoviews of Niagara Falls, but most are Yellowstone and Yosemite views. This book is an interesting piece of western Americana and a must for the collector of stereoscopic view books. Appropriately bound by Dow and Lester to allow open hinges held together with 3 sturdy cloth bands. The binding has some staining and bumped corners and is missing the ribbon ties, but is not unattractive (a scan of the front cover is available). The endpapers have the usual tanning with an impression from the stereoscope, but the interior pages are clean and white. The plates still have their tissue guards, and the pages on both sides of the plates are lightly toned. Certainly a better than acceptable copy for the collector.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hardcover. Collectible-Good/No Dust Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        50 Hand Colored Albumen Photographs of Meiji Era Japan in Lacquer over Wood Album

      Japan 1899 - A Yokohama tourist trade photograph album which probably dates to the late 1890s. Lacquer over wood boards on the front and back containing 50 hand-colored albumen photographs. The covers measure 5 3/4 x 7 3/4 in (15 x 19.7 cm) while the individual photographs measure approximately 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 (9 x 13.6 cm). The front cover has a hand painted scene of a man and a woman with a lake and Mt Fuji in the background. The faces and hats of both the man and the woman are a white ivory (or ivory appearing) inlay. The back cover has a very subdued flower with and leaves pattern. The albumen photographs are tipped to thick card stock. Many have captions in the negative. The album is configured in accordion style. The first set of photographs open out in a continuous series from front to back. The second set of 25 photographs opens out from back to front (on the obverse of the mat with the first set. The first set of 25 photographs is focused on scenes but not temples or shrines. There are many views of Yokohama, Nagasaki, Kyoto and the Inland Sea. The second set of 25 photographs focuses on women. There is a "home bathing" scene in this set. The album carries no information as to the source/photographer or studio. ~ Condition. The boards have light scratching, rubs, nicks and damage along the edge. They remain solid and have a satisfactory overall appearance. The accordion folds has been repaired in two spots with modern archival linen tape. The photographs are in Very Good condition with some fading and minor blemishes or faults. The first photograph in the second series has several surface abrasions. ~~ Additional postage will apply for mailing outside the United States. ~~~ More information, to include digital pictures, available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        GALLANT LITTLE PATRIOTS With Numerous Full-Page Colour-Plates after Paintings in Water-Colour by Maud Humphrey and with Illustrations in Black-And-White Together with New Stories and Verses by Mabel Humphrey

      NY: Frederick A. Stokes Company. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1899. First Edition. Hardcover. Eleven chromolithograph variant; Moderate rubbing at edges and corners; quite rare ; Chromolithographs .

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        Bismarck: The Man & The Statesman (Volumes One and Two) Being the Reflections and Reminiscences of Otto, Prince Von Bismarck Written and Dictated by Himself after His Retirement from Office

      Harper & Brothers, New York and London 1899 - Half-leather with marbled boards and marbled endpapers. Translated from the German under the Supervision of A.J. Butler, Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, with Two Portraits and a Facsimile Handwriting. Two-volume custom rebound edition in Fine condition, with very mild wear at corners. 8vo. Five raised bands with gilt lettering and decorations. Solid binding, probably English. Frontispiece engravings, tissue guards in both volumes. Top edges gilt. Interior pages are spotless. Two bookplates from former owners in each. Volume one 415 pp. Volume two 362 pp. including index. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Monatsschrift des Vereins zur Pflege der Natur- und Landeskunde in Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg, Lübeck und dem Fürstentum Lübeck. 9.-52. Jg. 44 Jahrgänge in 43 Bdn. Kiel, Jensen (später Neumünster, Wachholtz bzw. Flensburg u. Kiel, Verlag Heimat und Erbe), 1899-1942. Mit zahlr. Textabb. und Anzeigen. Gr.-8°. Lwd.-Bde. (6) u. Hlwd.-Bde. (18) mit goldgepr. RTit., OLwd.-Bde. m. goldgepr. VDeckel-Vign. u. RTit. (19) (teils leicht berieben).,

      1899 - Ab Jahrgang 42: 'Die Heimat. Monatsschrift des Vereins zur Pflege der Natur- und Landeskunde in Nordelbingen', ab Jahrgang 47: 'Die Heimat. Monatsschrift für schleswig-holsteinische Heimatforschung und Volkstumspflege'.- Die (illustrierten) Broschurdeckel der einzelnen Hefte teils mit eingebunden.- Jahrgänge 9 bis 22 mit kleinen Namensstempeln auf Vorsätzen. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        The British Artists Series: 9 Volume Set (The English Pre-Raphaelite Painters, Burne-Jones, Gainsborough, Lord Leighton, Millais, Morland, Reynolds, Rossetti & Turner)

      London: G Bell & Sons Ltd - Superb set of 9 HB volumes of this British Artists Series, published between 1899 & 1910. Bound in half dark green leather with 5 raised bands & gilt title to spines, top edges gilt, pale grey endpapers and no inscriptions. All matching and each with tissue-guarded b/w frontispiece and fully ill. inside with b/w ills. Each sized: 13.5 x 20cm. **Heavy set - please contact bookseller direct for revised P&P costs**

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        Therapie der anomalen vita sexualis bei Männern mit specieller Berücksichtigung der Suggestivbehandlung. Mit einem Vorwort v. Prof. v. Krafft-Ebing.

      . 258(1) u. 26 vorwiegend einseit. beschriebene, teilweise hs. num. Bll. u. 6 hs., gef. Tabellen. Schwarzer HLnBd. mit goldgepr. Rückentitel. Einband an den Unterkanten u. Ecken leicht berieben; im Text durchgeh. gebräunt u. z.Tl. fingerfl.. Handschriftliches Manuskript zu dem 1899 bei Enke in Stuttgart erschienenen gleichnamigem Werk des österreichischen Neurologen Alfred Fuchs (1870-1927). F. studierte in Prag und Wien Medizin, 1900 wurde er Assistent bei Richard von Krafft-Ebing, dessen Werke er nach dem Tode seines Lehrers herausgab. Von besonderer Bedeutung sind seine Untersuchungen über die Zerebrosinalflüssigkeit, die Fuchs-Rosenthalsche Zählkammer und die Messung der Pupillengröße. (vg. Fischer, Biogr. Lex. d. hervorragenden Ärzte. I, 461; ÖBL I, 378). - Enthält auch - nach dem Titelblatt - das Originalmanuskript des Vorwortes von Krafft-Ebing, 2 Seiten, dat. 3.1.1899, das Fuchs im Anschluß nochmals in eigener Abschrift angefügt hat. Die enthaltene (25-seitige) Abhandlung ('Beitrag zur abdominalen Diagnostik') entfiel in der gedruckten Ausgabe und konnte von uns nicht als eigenständige Veröffentlichung nachgewiesen werden. - Exemplar der Druckausgabe als Beigabe.

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        A Floral Fantasy In an Old English Garden

      Harper and Brothers London 1899 - First Edition. Small quarto, original illustrated cloth and decorative dustjacket. Wonderfully illustrated prose work by Crane with rich color illustrations at each page in the artist's distinctive style. Very Good, some spotting to cloth, pages loose from binding as usual, in Very Good original 19th Century dustjacket, few shallow edge chips, few inch closed tear at lower front flap edge. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        "Klods-Hans" er kommen! No. 1 Söndag 1 Okt. 18-99.

      . Litografisk plakat trykt i farver af Vilh. Söborgs Eftfs. Etabl. 1899. 87 x 64 cm. * Med svage foldemaerker. Smukt restaureret og dubleret pa syrefrit papir af Per Laursen..

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