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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

      London: Edward Arnold, 1899. leather_bound. Orig. full vellum, yapp edges with all cloth ties intact. Very good. 253 pages. 23 x 17.5 cm. Limited edition, copy 174 of 450, and printed at the Essex House Press under the care of Edward Ashbee, uncut and unopened. Initial floriated letters, text printed in red and black, bookplate, modest front cover spotting. An early effort by Ashbee whose Essex House Press began operation in 1898. ESSEX 9.

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        Tales from Shakespeare.

      London: S. T. Freemantle,, 1899. Introductory preface by Andrew Lang. Octavo. Publisher's deluxe full vellum, titles and illustration gilt to spine and front, top edge gilt. Illustrated frontispice, title page, and plates by Robert Anning Bell. A few minor spots to vellum, front board only very slightly bowed, spotting to edges and some light spotting within, but a sound and attractive copy in very good condition. First Bell-illustrated edition, rare deluxe issue, of the Lambs' Tales of Shakespeare. Charles & Mary Lamb's Tales of Shakespeare done for children was first published in 1807. This is the first edition with the illustrations of prominent Arts & Crafts figure Robert Anning Bell (1863-1933), and is quite scarce in itself; the deluxe issue in gilt-decorated full vellum, however, is rare. We can only trace one copy as ever having appeared at auction.

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        The Life & Works of The Sisters Bronte.

      THE HAWORTH EDITION. 7 volumes, 8" x 5-5/8", illustrated. Bound in 1/2 contemporary red calf, ribbed gilt decorated spines, top edges gilt, others uncut.

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        The Future of the American Negro.

      Boston, MA: Small, Maynard and Company,` 1899. FIRST EDITION. Crown Octavo, pp.[2]; x; 3-244; [2]. With a frontispiece portrait of the author. In publisher's burgundy cloth with gilt titles to spine and upper board. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Reading lean; spine dulled to brown. Very good overall. Born into slavery in Virginia, Washington became one of the leading political figures in the African-American community during the late nineteeth and the early twentieth centuries.

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        Armée et Marine. Années 1899 à 1905.

      Sept volumes reliés.

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        East Coast Scenery

      London: Jarrold & Sons, 1899. With Seven Black & White Illustrations by Arthur Rackham [RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. TATE, William J. East Coast Scenery. Rambles through Towns and Villages; Nutting, Blackberrying, and Mushrooming; Sea Fishing, Wild-Fowl Shooting, Etc. By William J. Tate. London: Jarrold & Sons, 1899. First edition. Octavo (8 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches; 210 x 140 mm.). 261, [1, imprint], [12, advertisements, dated 1899] pp. Title-page printed in red and black. With a frontispiece and ninety-six black and white illustrations of which seven are signed "A Rackham" or "AR". As per Riall "there may be others without his mark." Publisher's eggshell-green pictorial boards printed in black. Spine a little chipped at extremities, corners and board edges a little rubbed, otherwise an excellent copy of this exceptionally rare Rackham title - the first example that we have seen in over fifty years. One of Jarrolds' Holiday Series The seven identified Rackham illustrations are: The Entrance, Trinity College - signed with initials (p.19) Chelmondiston on the Orwell - signed A. Rackham (p.56) Off Harwich - signed A. Rackham (p.59) Off Harwich at Night - signed A. Rackham (p.60) Walberswick - signed A. Rackham (p.113) Watching the Sea-fishers in the Harbour - signed with initials (p.215) [Holkham Park] - signed A. Rackham (p.256) Gettings, p.174; Hamilton, p.187; Hudson, p.175; Riall, p.27; Not in Latimore & Haskell.

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        Henry Irving. Ellen Terry. Etc. A Book Of Portraits

      Herbert S. Stone & Co, Chicago 1899 - 31.5 x 23.5 cm. Title page and 19 tipped-in plates of English stage actors: Irving and Terry in a number of their well-known roles including those from Dickens's works. Title page and a few plates, color tinted lithographs, the balance black and white lithographs. Small bookseller label, John Howell, San Francisco. Covers dusty, small front cover spot. Orig. publisher's decorated cream cloth stamped in red, green and black. Very good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Box of Books for the Bairns

      London: "Books for the Bairns," Mowbray House, Norfolk Street, 1899. Various editions, from the first to the fifth, all identified on spines. Illustrated. 49 vols. 8vo. Original purple printed and illustrated wrappers. All in original printed cardboard box, original metal strapping, with top with letter printed from the Queen on inside lid. Various editions, from the first to the fifth, all identified on spines. Illustrated. 49 vols. 8vo. In Original Box.

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        The Ballad of Reading Gaol. By C. 3.3. [Oscar Wilde].

      Later Edition of the First Edition [7th printing of June 1899]. 8. 31 pages. Original Hardcover (Quarter vellum with mustard boards). Unusually excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear. Interior also in marvellous condition. Exlbiris / Bookplate of film critic Leonie Graetz (Exlibris was made by the artist Hermann Westphal) to the front pastedown. Very Rare in this condition ! The Ballad of Reading Gaol is a poem by Oscar Wilde, written in exile either in Berneval-le-Grand or in Dieppe, France, after his release from Reading Gaol (pronounced "redding jail") on 19 May 1897. Wilde had been incarcerated in Reading, after being convicted of homosexual offences in 1895 and sentenced to two years' hard labour in prison. During his imprisonment, on Tuesday, 7 July 1896, a hanging took place. Charles Thomas Wooldridge had been a trooper in the Royal Horse Guards. He was convicted of cutting the throat of his wife, Laura Ellen, earlier that year at Clewer, near Windsor. He was aged only 30 when executed. Wilde spent mid-1897 with Robert Ross in Berneval-le-Grand, where he wrote The Ballad of Reading Gaol. The poem narrates the execution of Wooldridge it moves from an objective story-telling to symbolic identification with the prisoners as a whole. No attempt is made to assess the justice of the laws which convicted them, but rather the poem highlights the brutalisation of the punishment that all convicts share. Wilde juxtaposes the executed man and himself with the line "Yet each man kills the thing he loves". Wilde too was separated from his wife and sons. He adopted the proletarian ballad form, and suggested it be published in Reynold's Magazine, "because it circulates widely among the criminal classes to which I now belong for once I will be read by my peers a new experience for me". The finished poem was published by Leonard Smithers on February 13, 1898 under the name C.3.3., which stood for cell block C, landing 3, cell 3. This ensured that Wilde's name by then notorious did not appear on the poem's front cover. It was not commonly known, until the 7th printing in June 1899, that C.3.3. was actually Wilde. The first edition, of 800 copies, sold out within a week, and Smithers announced that a second edition would be ready within another week that was printed on February 24th, in 1000 copies, which also sold well. A third edition, of 99 numbered copies "signed by the author" was printed on March 4th, on the same day a fourth edition of 1200 ordinary copies was printed. A fifth edition of a 1000 copies was printed on March 17th, and a sixth edition was printed in 1000 copies on May 21st, 1898. So far the book's title page had identified the author only as C.3.3., although many reviewers, and of course those who bought the numbered and autographed third edition copies, knew that Wilde was the author, but the seventh edition, printed on June 23, 1899 actually revealed the author's identity, putting the name Oscar Wilde, in square brackets, below the C.3.3.. It brought him a small income in his remaining lifetime. The poem consists of 109 stanzas of 6 lines, of 8-6-8-6-8-6 syllables, and rhyming a-b-c-b-d-b. Some stanzas incorporate rhymes within some of all of the 8-syllable lines. The whole poem is grouped into 6 untitled sections of 16, 13, 37, 23, 17 & 3 stanzas. A version with only 63 of the stanzas, divided into 4 sections of 15, 7, 22 & 19 stanzas, and allegedly based on the original draft, was included in the posthumous editions of Wilde's poetry edited by Robert Ross, "for the benefit of reciters and their audiences who have found the entire poem too long for declamation". (Wikipedia)

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        When the Sleeper Wakes. A Story of the Years to Come.

      Harper and Brothers, London, 1899,. First Edition. 8vo., pps. (viii) +329. Elegantly hand-bound in full black oasis morocco, spine gilt-lettered in six compartments with raised bands, gilt titles to upper cover, burgundy moire endpapers, publisher's original cloth bound in at rear. Internally clean; a fine copy in an attractive recent leather binding. In 1897 a Victorian gentleman falls into a sleep from which he cannot be awoken. During his 200 years of slumber he becomes the Sleeper, the most powerful person in the world. The common people, increasingly oppressed, view the Sleeper as a liberator whose awakening will free them from misery.

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        Dream Days

      New York and London: John Lane: the Bodley Head. 1899. First. First American edition. Small octavo. Blue cloth gilt. Rubbing at the spine ends, corners a bit bumped, else near fine. Charlotte Perkins Gilman's copy with her penciled ownership signature ("Gilman") on the front fly. A collection of children's stories and reminiscences of childhood. Charlotte Perkins Gilman divorced Walter Stetson and married her cousin, Houghton Gilman in 1900. Presumably she received this book and added her name soon thereafter. .

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        Blätter der Heilung - I. u. II. Jahrgang 1899-1902

      Band I umfasst den ersten Jahrgang der Ausgaben "Blätter der Heilung" vom 15. Dezember 1899 bis 15. November 1900 Band II umfasst den zweiten Jahrgang der Ausgaben "Blätter der Heilung" vom 15. Dezember 1900 bis 15. Februar 1902 Diese beiden Bände sind extrem rare kirchengeschichtliche Dokumente in einmaligen Umfang und sehr guter Erhaltung. Höchst seltene deutschsprachige Ausgaben! Die Bücher enthalten nebst Predigten von Rev. John Alexander Dowie's hunderte Berichte von unheilbar und todkranken Menschen welche angeblich durch die Gebete und Handauflegung geheilt worden sind. Besonders herausragend ist nebst vielen anderen Abbildungen und Zeichnungen in diesen Bänden, jene die einen Tumor in einem Glas zeigt, welchen Dowie als eine Handlung des Glaubens, einer Frau aus dem Leibe gerissen hat.

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        Schriftsteller und Kulturhistoriker (1878-1938): Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Sehr früher Brief, wohl an den Herausgeber einer neu gegründeten Zeitschrift, kurz nach dem Einzug in seine Wiener Wohnung: "Lieber Herr Doktor, // Meine Adresse ist von. nun. an // Wien. XVIII, Gentzgasse 7 // Ich erwarte die Korrektur meines Essays, von dem ich mit festem Gottvertrauen hoffe, daß er in der ersten Nummer erscheinen wird. Die Bölschesache [es geht wohl um den populärwissenschaftlichen Schriftsteller Wilhelm Bölsche] nehme ich noch heute in Angriff. In München war die Sache nicht zu machen aber Sie bekommen sie noch rechtzeitig. // Im übrigen wünsche ich Ihrem jungen Unternehmen alles Glück, hoffend, daß es ein helles Banner der Kulturideale werden wird, um das sich gewiß alle fortschrittlichen Elemente scharen werden, umsomehr als ja Ihre Honorarsätze recht akzeptabel sind. In diesem Sinne // Ihr Egon Friedell" - // - Friedell hatte in Bad Hersfeld das Abitur nachgeholt und danach in Heidelberg studiert. Seit er 1899 das Erbe seines Vaters zugesprochen bekommen hatte, war er finanziell unabhängig und ging zurück in seine Geburtsstadt Wien. Hier studierte er von 1900 an Philosophie bis zu seiner Promotion "Novalis als Philosoph" (1904) und schrieb Essays für Zeitungen und Zeitschriften. - Möglicherweise ging unser Brief an Karl Kraus, der im April 1899 "Die Fackel" gegründet hatte. Friedells erstes Essays ("Vorturteile") erschien dort aber erst 1905. Zur Zeit unseres Briefes bezog Friedell seine Wohnung in Wien 18, Gentzgasse 7, die er bis zu seinem Tode bewohnte. Am 16. März 1938 entzog er sich durch den tödlichen Sprung aus dem Fenster der Gentzgasse 7 der drohenden Verhaftung nach dem "Anschluß" Österreichs. - Selten!

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        A Season Sowing

      A.M. Robertson, San Francisco 1899 - Edition de luxe, no. 24 of 52 hand-illuminated copies, numbered and signed by the author. Decorated by Louise Keeler. Printed at the Shop of Stanley Taylor Co. Bound in full Italian contemporary vellum, hand-painted in floral design, with small circlular portrait of Shakespeare and a rectangular image of 10 female dancers above, onlaid gilt border, signed E. Laffi. Some light scuffing to cover and chipping to onlaid border Decorated by Louise Keeler. Printed at the Shop of Stanley Taylor Co Edition de luxe, no. 24 of 52 hand-illuminated copies, numbered and signed by the author. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Imprudence -

      Aux dépens d'un Ami des Livres 1899 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-4. XXXI pp. Sous chemise cartonnée verte fermée par un lacet de soie verte. Chaque page est illustrée d'un ou plusieurs dessins d'après les croquis d'Henriot, aquarellés à la main au pinceau (environ 75 dessins reproduits et aquarellés). La couverture et la page de titre sont datées 1899. Très bel exemplaire. TIRAGE LIMITE à 100 exemplaires numérotés sur Japon. Bien complet de la suite sur Chine (en noir). Première édition séparée de ce conte extrait du recueil Monsieur Parent (1886), édité aux dépens d'un amateur, Albert Bélinac.

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        Lettera autografa firmata a Domenico Lanza.

      Catania, 21 (?) di. 1899, - 4 pagine in-8, nella tipica grafia verghiana di difficile lettura in cui si complimenta con il Lanza (torinese, 1868-1949), presidente della Commissione per l'esposizione d'arte drammatica per il progetto del ''Teatro d'Arte'' a Torino, che può essere considerato come il primo consapevole tentativo di creare un teatro stabile in Italia: ''Caro Lanza, Evviva voi! L'idea di questo Teatro d'Arte è eccellente, a Torino saprai farla valere . costatare la necessità del teatro stabile''; seguono importanti considerazioni sulla situazione dell'attività teatrale in Italia. L'anno precedente il Lanza - il quale non riconobbe la grandezza di Pirandello - aveva invece manifestato il proprio apprezzamento per la produzione drammatica di Verga, richiedendogli ". il più sollecitamente possibile . un suo ritratto .", avendo "la Commissione ordinatrice . pensato di raccogliere i ritratti dei principali autori drammatici contemporanei italia". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zur Kenntnis des Ovarialeies

      Gustav Fischer, Jena. PAMPHLET. Offprint from Festschrift zum siebenzigsten Geburtstag von Carl von Kupffer Festschrift zum siebenzigsten Geburtstag von Carl von Kupffer.rom Festschrift zum siebenzigsten Geburtstag von Carl von Kupffer. Pp 321-324 1 color plate.First separate printing.Horizontal fold. . Very Good. 1899.

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        25 jähriges Geschäftsjubiläum.

      (Hamburg) 1899 - (24,5 x 32 cm). 35 Bll. Geprägter roter Leinwandband der Zeit. Individuell zusammengestelltes Album zum Geschäftsjubiläum des Hamburger Einzelhandelgeschäfts für Stempel, Pokale, Glasbuchstaben, Emailschilder, Restaurant-Utensilien etc. - Der Band enthält 2 montierte Originalphotographien, das gedruckte Festprogramm, 3 gedruckte Fest-Lieder, 10 montierte Originaltelegramme mit Glückwünschen, 6 handgeschriebene Briefe, 39 (statt 41) montierte Glückwunschkarten bzw. Visitenkarten mit teils handschriftlichen Glückwünschen, 1 gedruckte Danksagungskarte und 4 Zeitungsausschnitte. Stellenweise etwas gelockert. Rechte untere Ecke bei einigen Blättern jeweils mit kleinem Abriss (ca. 5 x 5 mm). Einband leicht berieben, bestoßen und fleckig. Insgesamt gut erhalten

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        The Importance of Being Earnest.

      London: Leonard Smithers and Co,, 1899. A Trivial Comedy for Serious People by the Author of Lady Windermere's Fan. Square octavo. Original pale purple cloth, gilt lettered spine, gilt floral motifs from designs by Charles Shannon on spine and covers, edges untrimmed, pages uncut. Housed in a custom black quarter morocco and cloth solander box. Spine slightly faded, faint water mark and a little bubbling of cloth to front cover, some slight wear to tips, internally fresh. An excellent copy. First edition, signed limited issue, number 87 of 100 large paper copies signed by the author. This copy is from the library of Wilde's Swedish translator, Michael Gripenberg, with his bookplate to the front pastedown. The Importance of Being Earnest, Wilde's last play, opened to great acclaim on Valentine's Day 1895 but was withdrawn after Wilde's failed libel suit against Lord Queensbury led to his arrest. The subsequent "utter social destruction of Wilde" (ODNB) meant that the play was not published in book form until February 1899, after Wilde's release from prison. Richard Ellmann comments that Smithers's handsome editions of Earnest and An Ideal Husband "brought Wilde a little money".

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        Letter signed ("P. Lavrov").

      [Paris], 11. IV. 1899. - Large 4to. 2¼ pp. on double leaf. Addenda. Extensive letter to a comrade on relations between Russia and Finland and the role of the socialists there. - Of the utmost rarity.

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        Autograph letter signed ("P. Kropotkin").

      Viola Cottage, Bromley, Kent, 7. VI. 1899. - 8vo. 4 pages on bifolium. To Charles Rowley: "[.] I am just finishing the next instalment of the Memoirs which has to be posted next Friday, for the States, - and every minute, even late at night, has to be given to it. Late with the MS., as always! And Sophie will not let herself be persuaded that she may go when I am working so hard as I am the last few days before posting the MS. But - will you be in London on Sunday? And if so - have you disposed of it already? If not, we should be delighted to have you with us for lunch at 1.30. There is a train which may bring you in good time. Think of it, dear friend, and if you can, we should be so pleased to have you in our cot and you would see all of us, including the little girl who every day grows to become a big girl [.]". - Small tear on fol. 2, otherwise in fine condition.

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        31-?? ?????? 1899 ???? [Performance programme for 31 January 1899].

      1899 - Broadside (30 x 21 cm). Original watercolour signed ?.? [N.L.], text printed in red in right bottom corner, gilt ruled, laid on card and mounted. Overall dimensions: 39.5 x 30.5 cm. Programme adorned with beautiful watercolour presenting three acts that included a play "??????? ??????" [Women's nonsense] by Ivan Shcheglov, romances and readings of monologues. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Zwei Masken und Fächer, Tempera auf Karton, 41x54 cm, um 1930-50

      Künstler: Franz Kaplan. Zwei Masken und Fächer Temperazeichnung auf Karton, 41x54 cm. Oben links signiert "F.Kaplan". Franz Kaplan (* 1. Juni 1899 in Dresden 1986 ebenda) war ein deutscher Maler und Graphiker. Von 1916 bis 1922 war er an der Kunstakademie Dresden Schüler bei den Professoren Richard Müller, Ferdinand Dorsch und Otto Hettner. Die meisten seiner Werke sind beim Bombenangriff auf Dresden im Februar 1945 verbrannt. Während der Nazizeit und in der DDR wurde seine Kunst von den Machthabern abgelehnt er gehört zu den Künstlern der sogenannten verschollenen Generation. Obwohl Mitglied im VBK (Verband bildender Künstler) der DDR, wurde er nur sporadisch zu Kunstausstellungen zugelassen. Das Werk enstammt seinem Nachlass, 1986 von seinem Neffen veräußert. Papier partiell gebräunt, Malschicht mit wenigen Rissen und minimaler Verlust von Farbpartikeln, sonst sehr gut erhalten.

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        A Texas Ranger

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1899 - Mylar protected. Bright tan pictorial boards with blue titling and graphic on cover and black titling on spine. No DJ. Tight binding with square corners, boards show some soiling and slightest wear to corners and spine ends, spine has perhaps a dozen pencil eraser sized brown stains. Fr paste down stained from newspaper clippings tipped-in on fep which incl's stamp of prev owner while other eps incl subsequent book purch info penciled in otherwise, pgs are nicely age toned throughout with occasional lt smudges from use. Howes J100, Graff 2208, Six-Guns 1173, Dobie p60, Rader 2086, Basic Texas Books 107, Fifty Texas Rarities 50. From the collection of the late E.P. Lamborn, noted amateur historian and collector of items on plainsmen, crime and criminals of the Middle West in the late 19th to early 20th centuries. His collection of books often include hand-written notations, newspaper clippings and info from friends, relatives, companies, law officers, etc., who dealt with the subject at hand. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Jungle Book

      NY: The Century Co, 1899. SIGNED WITH A 4 LINE QUOTE. 1 vol., later printing - fiftieth thousand, illustrated, signed by Kipling on the titlepage with an additional 4 line quote from the poem to Kaa's hunting which reads "Oppress not the cubs of the stranger but hail them as/ Sister and Brother/ For though they are little & fubsy it may be the Bear/ is their Mother." Bound in the publisher's original gilt and blind stamped green cloth, top edge gilt, spine expertly relined, inner and outer hinges fine, head and foot of spine fine.

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        Autograph musical quotation signed. Vienna, 1899.

      1899. Oblong 8vo. 1 page. One line from Beethoven's opera "Fidelio" with underlined text: "Komm Hoffnung lass den letzten Stern, den letzten Stern der Müden nicht erbleichen". - Dedicated to the Austrian painter Helene von Taussig (1879-1942).

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        The River War: An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Sudan (2 volumes)

      Longmans, Green & Co, London 1899 - 8vo. xxii, [2], 462; x[4], 499pp. Index. Vol 1: 16 maps & plans; 25 illustrations; Vol. II: 18 maps & plans, 33 illustrations by Angus McNeil, Seaforth Highlanders. Bayntun-Riviere binding in full red morocco with gilt lettering and ruling to covers, spines & inside boards; 5 raised bands; marbled endpapers; AEG. Original dark blue covers & spines bound in at rear of each volume. A fine set in the striking Bayntun-Riviere leather binding. Churchill wrote this, his second book, while still an officer in the British army. Here he provides the history of the British involvement in the Sudan and the conflict between the British and Dervish forces. "The first object of this book is to relate in exact military detail the operations directed by Lord Kitchener of Khartoum on the Upper Nile from April 1896 to February 1899, which I have called 'The River War,' and which resulted in the reconquest of the Egyptian Soudan. But in order that the reader may understand, and even sympathise with the emotions which these events excited, I have prefixed a general survey of the geography, aspect, and history of the country, and have tried to show its connection with Egypt and Great Britain." - Preface. Only 2000 copies were published on 6 November 1899. Woods A2(a). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Inverkeithing, North Queensferry, Limekilns, Charlestown, The Ferry Hills. Their Antiquities & Recreative Resources. History of Dunfermline Golf Club and Plan of Course.

      Dunfermline: W. Clark and Son, 1899. 181pp+ads. Corners bumped. Covers show a little shelfwear. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good-.

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        Public Papers of Theodore Roosevelt, Governor

      1899 - ROOSEVELT, Theodore. Public Papers of Theodore Roosevelt, Governor. Albany: Brandow, 1899, 1900. Two volumes. Octavo, original brown cloth. Housed together in custom slipcase. $2200.First editions, presentation copies, of the public papers from Roosevelt's two years as Governor of New York, each volume with tipped-in printed presentation slip reading: "Compliments of Theodore Roosevelt, Governor."An official New York State governmental publication including messages, proclamations, addresses, appointments, vetoes, pardons, commutations, other official material, and Roosevelt's 1899 speech, "The Strenuous Life," which he gave to the Chicago Hamilton Club. Roosevelt's tenure as governor of New York "foreshadowed his presidency. He deferred to the Republican leadership on small matters, fought it on large ones, and imbued officials with a heightened sense of public trust. Convinced that many social and economic problems were beyond the capacity of cities and towns to solve, he inclined more and more toward centralized, interventionist government" (ANB). Evident in the materials contained in these volumes of papers from 1899 and 1900, those tendencies remained strong throughout his presidency. Neat repair to inner paper hinge of Volume I. Minor wear to spine ends, gilt lettering darkened. An extremely good presentation copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph lettercard signed. Bruxelles, 1899.

      1899. Oblong 12mo. 2 pages. To the Viennese painter Helene Taussig, expressing his gratitude for the warm welcome he has given in Vienna: "Madame, Vous m'avez fait l'honneur de me demander un example de mon écriture. Je sais cette occasion que gracieusement vous avez vouler m'offrir, pour exprimer une fois encore ma reconnaissance du tant aimable accueil qui m'a été fait dans votre belle ville capitale, si somptueuse et si elégant [..]".

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        THEODORE BEZA Counselor of French Reformation, 1519-1605

      Knickerbocker Publishing Company, London 1899 - Very Good+ in boards. Includes inscription and signature by author as well as a handwritten letter by the author to his little brother indicating it as an advanced copy, pre-release. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Norwegen 1899. Privat zusammengestellte Sammlung von 54 Photographien (kommerziell vertriebene Originalabzüge) zu einer Reise von Deutschland, über Danemärk und Schweden, nach Norwegen und dann zurück nach Deutschland, vom 5. Juli bis zum 2. August...

      ...1899. Enthält 4 Photographien zu Deutschland (Kiel, Hamburg und Bremen), 6 Photographien zu Dänemark (darunter 2 Photos von Kunstwerken - Statuen von Thorvaldsen), 1 Photographie zu Schweden und 43 Photographien zu Norwegen. - Mit 54 auf Karton montierten Photographien - Albuminabzüge. 51 Photos in der Platte bezeichnet (dargestellter Ort sowie meist auch der Verlag und teils der Photograph) - 18 Photos nennen Axel Lindahl, 2 (Olaf) Vaering als Photographen. Mappe leicht berieben und bestoßen sowie mit einigen kleinen Schab- und Kratzspuren hinterer Innendeckel der Mappe etwas stockfleckig und angestaubt Kartons vereinzelt leicht bestoßen sowie machmal gering angestaubt und stockfleckig 1 Karton etwas gebräunt und hier auch erkennbar, daß das Photo (eines der 3 Photos, die nicht in der Platte bezeichnet sind) vor der Montage etwas geknittert war die anderen Photos nur vereinzelt mit minimalen Randschäden. 53 Tafeln auf dem Karton, unterhalb der Photographie, handschriftlich bezeichnet (dargestellter Ort bzw. bei 2 Tafeln das Kunstwerk und Datum - 5. Juli - 2. August 1899). 52 der Tafeln in der linken, oberen Ecke handschriftlich von 1 bis 48 numeriert (1, 2a-2d, 3-25, 26a-26b, 27-48). Wahrscheinlich stammen einige der 23 Photographien zu Norwegen, die den Namen des Photographen nicht aufführen, ebenfalls von dem bedeutenden schwedischen Photographen Axel Lindahl (1841-1906).

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        Autograph lettercard signed.

      Bruxelles, 1899. - Oblong 12mo. 2 pages. To the Viennese painter Helene Taussig, expressing his gratitude for the warm welcome he has given in Vienna: "Madame, Vous m'avez fait l'honneur de me demander un example de mon écriture. Je sais cette occasion que gracieusement vous avez vouler m'offrir, pour exprimer une fois encore ma reconnaissance du tant aimable accueil qui m'a été fait dans votre belle ville capitale, si somptueuse et si elégant [.]".

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        Zarathrustra-Commentar. Band 1-4 vollständig.

      ( Erscheinungszeitraum 1899 - 1901 ) Mit einem Porträtfrontispiz, 224 Seiten 174 Seiten, 1 Blatt 196 Seiten, 1 Blatt 329 Seiten, 3 n.n. Blätter. Jeweils in goldgeprägtem roten Oln mit marmoriertem Buchschnitt, 8 ( 20 x 13,5 cm ). Einbände teils gering berieben, teils gering fleckig. Innen wenige Seiten gering stockfleckig. Insgesamt von guter Erhaltung - sehr selten - Zusammen 4 Bände. ( Gesamtgewicht ca 1400 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Wanderungen in Ost-Afrika.

      Wien, Gerold & Cie 1899; EA; ca 24x18 cm; (22) 440 Seiten mit 41 Tafeln, zahlreichen Vignetten und 3 Tafeln; illustr. Originalleinwandeinband mit Rücken- und Deckeltitel (Rücken minimal fleckig, Widmung auf Titelbildrückseite, die Karten geringfügig stockfleckig; gutes Exemplar) Sehr selten. Beschreibt eine 1897 gemachte Forschungs- und Jagd-Expedition nach Ostafrika, die allerdings durch die Verweigerung einer Durchreise durch Äthiopien ihr hochgestecktes Ziel nur in jagdlicher Hinsicht erreichen konnte. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Autograph letter signed ("P. Kropotkin"). Viola Cottage, Bromley, Kent, 7. VI. 1899.

      1899. 8vo. 4 pages on bifolium. To Charles Rowley: "[...] I am just finishing the next instalment of the Memoirs which has to be posted next Friday, for the States, - and every minute, even late at night, has to be given to it. Late with the MS., as always! And Sophie will not let herself be persuaded that she may go when I am working so hard as I am the last few days before posting the MS. But - will you be in London on Sunday? And if so - have you disposed of it already? If not, we should be delighted to have you with us for lunch at 1.30. There is a train which may bring you in good time. Think of it, dear friend, and if you can, we should be so pleased to have you in our cot and you would see all of us, including the little girl who every day grows to become a big girl [...]". - Small tear on fol. 2, otherwise in fine condition.

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        Die Insel. Monatsschrift. Erster und zweiter Jahrgang in 7 Bänden

      Schuster & Löffler, Berlin, 1899-1901. Zusammen 2502 S. mit zahlreichen Abb. u. Buchschmuck, 3 original Halbpergamentbände mit vergoldetem Rückentitel, 4 Pbde mit Rückenschild, (Pappbände etwas berieben / 1 Rücken eingerissen) - 1. Jahrgang, 1. Quartal Oktober 1899 bis September 1901 der bedeutende literarischen Zeitschrift der Jahrhundertwernde/ Erster Jahrgang (Bände 1 bis 3): Exemplare auf Inselbütten / Zweiter Jahrgang (Bände 4 bis 7): Druck auf Maschinenpapier, der Satz generell sehr vereinfacht. / Kunstexlibris auf Vorsätzen. Aus der Bibliothek Otto Elias. / Die Zeitschrift steht am Beginn eines der renommiertesten und auf dem Gebiet der Buchkunst engagiertesten deutschen Verlage. Als die Zeitschrift aufgrund wirtschaftlicher Schwierigkeiten (Sarkowski: "die aufwendige Ausstattung des ersten Jahrgangs war für deutsche Verhältnisse ungewöhnlich") 1902 eingestellt wurde, gliederten die drei Herausgeber den "Verlag der Insel" aus dem Berliner Unternehmen und gründeten unter Leitung von Rudolf von Poellnitz die Insel-Verlag GmbH. Die erten Hefte wurden auf Büttenpapier mit dem Inselschiff-Wasserzeichen, entworfen von Peter Behrens, gedruckt. / Gesetzt aus der hauseigenen Franktur und gedruckt bei Drugulin, Leipzig. / Die buchkünstlerische Gestaltung der ersten vier Quartale lag bei Gustav Lehmann, Heinrich Vogeler, Thomas Theodor Heine und Emil Rudolf Weiß. Sarkowski 1974-1983 - Diesch 2696 - Schauer I, 28 -

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("M. Klinger"). Bagnères-de-Bigorre, 3. I. 1899.

      1899. 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. An Carl Moll: "Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum neuen Jahr. Wie geht es mit meinen Sachen? Ich werde allerdings erst in 14 Tagen davon erfahren, denn meine Angelegenheiten ermöglichen es mir [...] ein paar Tage hier in Biarritz, Pan, jetzt momentan Bagnères Bigorre theils für das Geschäft theils um Luft zu schnappen herumzulaufen. Ausser dem prachtvoll ruhigen [?] Meer gestern in Biarritz habe ich die Pyrenäen noch nicht gesehen obgleich ich mitten drin bin. Wolkenschleier bis ganz unten. Es ist doch sehr schön auf der Welt, man muß sich nur von allerhand angeborenen und zugetragenen Dummheiten frei machen [...]".

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        Die Elektrizität und ihre Technik

      Leipzig 1899. Einband mit Blindprägung, 928, 134, xv Seiten. Leichte Zeit- und Lagerspuren mit minimalen Läsuren, gutes Exemplar aus gepflegter Privatsammlung.

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        Blumen-Märchen. Bilder, Texte u. Lithographien von E. Kreidolf.

      Köln, Hermann & Friedr. Schaffstein, o.J. [um 1899]. Groß-Quer. o. Pag. OHlwd. EA - 1899 priv. Widm. a. Titelblatt, Ebd. fleckig und berieben, stockfleckig. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Kinderbuch

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        Lettres de Jean-Arthur Rimbaud - Egypte, Arabie, Ethiopie -

      Edition now rare.Bound in red half shagreen, spine slightly thinned with four nerves, golden tail date marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, stored and lined blankets.Introduction and notes by Paterne Berrichon and facsimile of a letter from Ménélick Rimbaud.Signed autograph of Paterne Berrichon, the name of the dedicatee was scraped.The sheet comprising the first guard which include the ENOI Paterne Berrichon page of half-title and bibliography dérelié. Mercure de France Paris 1899 12,5x18,5cm relié

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        Ett Hem. 25 Malningar. Med Text af Carl Larsson.

      Stockholm, Albert Bonnier 1899. - quer-Fol., farbig illustrierter Titel, 15 S., 24 Farbtafeln, Spiegel und Vorsätze mit floralem Dekor, Orig.-Leinen, schönes Exemplar, Erste Ausgabe - Bilderwelt 2825. - "Dieses Buch war nicht als Bilderbuch gedacht, sondern als so etwas wie ein Manifest: Mit diesem Buch wollte Karl Larsson erklärtermaßen 'den Geschmack und das Familienleben reformieren', in ihm setzt er sich spöttisch auseinander mit dem 'Leben von der Stange', das viele seiner Zeitgenossen führten, und trat ein für die Entfaltung jeder Persönlichkeit." (Bilderwelt), [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Contes de la Haute-Lisse

      Reliure signée 1899 Grand in-4 relié, demi-maroquin violine à coins, dos lisse mosaïqué et finement ouvragé, pièce de titre de maroquin émeraude profond, tête dorée, exemplaire à toutes marges, couverture et dos conservés, non paginé, un des 500 ex. (n°288) sur Vélin du Marais, tirage total à 600 ex., illustrations en deux ou trois tons d'Alfred Garth Jones, joli ex-libris ; reliure un peu frottée, quelques rares rousseurs en début et fin d'ouvrage, par ailleurs très bel état. Nos envois des ouvrages de moins de 60 Euros se font par colissimo (tarif de La Poste), et en colissimo Recommandes au-dela sauf avis contraire de votre part.

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        luis (lois) pregartbauer. schlangengrube. original-radierung, nummeriert, signiert.

      luis (lois) pregartbauer (1899-1971). original-radierung, betitelt "schlangengrube", kleine auflage - nr. 4/5, handsigniert rechts unten: "luis pregartbauer 67". blatt-maß 66,5 x 53 cm, platten-maß 49,5 x 50 cm. vgl. mit "schlangengrube 2", abgebildet im katalog "lois pregartbauer, 1899-1971, ölbilder und arbeiten auf papier, stadtmuseum hollabrunn "alte hofmühle", 24.september bis 26. oktober 2011". durchgehender klebestreifen an der hinteren oberen kante (ehemalige montierung), ca. 2 cm breit sonst guter altersgemäßer zustand.

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