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      A GRIZZLY & STUNNING GROUP OF REAL & COLLOTYPE PHOTOS [China 1900- - 1912, Various Publishers]. Brown cloth album,ribbon tied, spine, 23.1 x 13 cm., gold stamped cover title,brown deckle-edge pages, very good, clean condition, 38various photos & photo postcards, color and black & white. Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

      [Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB]
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      WITH THE CELEBRATED BRITISH DIPLOMAT'S HOLOGRAHIC LETTER London 1900, - Macmillan. Cloth, teg., 386p., index, fold-outmap. FIRST ED. A unique copy, with his 2 page holographicletter tipped in, signed and dated September 17, 1900. RARE Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

      [Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB]
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        Bodensee. Ölgemälde im alten Rahmen, signiert.

      Ditzingen. Original. um 1900. 37 x 44 cm Bildfläche Öl auf Holz, signiert, in schwarzgoldenem Rahmen der Zeit 54,5 x 61cm. Guter Zustand. 14

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat & Bücherstube Eilert]
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        Wild Sports of Burma and Assam

      London: Hurst and Blackett, Ltd, 1900. First Edition. With folding maps, numerous plates from photographs and illustrations in text. xx, 507 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original green cloth, titled in gilt, upper board with vignette in black. Minor rubbing, else very good. Ownership inscription.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Bijou Shakespeare The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Illustrated (6 Volumes in Original Box)

      London: William Collins, Sons, & Co., Ltd. c. 1900. 6 volumes in the original leather box, folding, with facsimile signature to front panel. Box with light wear but overall in excellent condition. Textured black leather volumes with elaborate gilt spines, with the titles in each volume stamped in gilt to front of each cover. All edges gilt. Volumes in about fine condition. Printed on India paper. The 6 volumes in remarkable condition for their age. A beautifully kept set. A real gem. . Leather. Near Fine. 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall.

      [Bookseller: Karol Krysik Books, IOBA]
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        L'Aiglon. Drame en Six Actes, en Vers

      Brentano's & Charpentier, New York & Paris 1900 - With Signed Photo of Sarah Bernhardt, Extra-Illustrated With numerous inserted illustrations, including a signed photo of Sarah Bernhardt in costume as the leading role, Franz, Duc de Reichstadt; and numerous other illustrations inserted, including a fine albumen portrait frontispiece of the author, another full-length portrait of Bernhardt as Franz, several engravings of the historical personnages, etc. A lovely book. Full green morocco gilt, spine faded to brown, by G.P. Putnam, the Knickerbocker Pree [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Lieutenant-Colonel John Haughton, Commandant of the 36th Sikhs. A Hero of Tirah. A Memoir. THE ORIGINAL EDITION

      John Murray, 1900, 1900Roy. 8vo., First Edition, with a fine portrait frontispiece in photogravure (original tissue guard present), 25 plates on 22, a large folding plan, and 3 large folding maps on japon at end; original burgundy cloth, upper board elaborately blocked and lettered in gilt, gilt back (very lightly faded), gilt top, uncut, very neatly recased with new endpapers. Sold from an institution with its small neat stamp on frontispiece recto and title, and neat accession number on lower backstrip and title verso. THE ORIGINAL EDITION OF THE IMPORTANT AND ELUSIVE BIOGRAPHY. 36th Sikhs was raised in 1887 to counter Russian expansion and to reinforce the North-West Frontier. Although relatively short-lived, the regiment gained immortality during the Tirah Campaign when, under the command of Lt.-Col. John Haughton it defended Samana Ridge against a large force of Pathans. Although greatly outnumbered, Haughton's force performed many acts of great bravery, most notably at Saragarhi. The memoir is dedicated to the headmasters of Shrewsbury and Uppingham schools, at which were educated respectively General John Colpoys Haughton and Lt.-Col. John Haughton. The schools' crests are blocked in gilt on upper board, and appear in line on the dedication page. The original edition is extremely scarce; this is the only copy we have seen (or heard of) in thirty years.

      [Bookseller: Island Books [formerly of Devon]]
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        The Magazine of Art, Works of Old Masters

      Gahosha, Nihonbashi, Tokyo, Japan 1900 - Gahosha, Nihonbashi, Tokyo, Japan, 1900. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. The Magazine of Art, Works of Old Masters, Japanese book, 1900, on Asian art including Chinese, Japanese and Tibetan paintings Published by Gahosha, Nihonbashi, Tokyo, Japan, 1900. Edited by Hoshino. Published 20th October 1900, printed 17th October 1900. A very attractive book in very good condition. Thread sewn printed covers. Some general shelf wear and minor pencil marks but very good overall. Binding is sound. The text pages are very good printed on a quality heavy paper stock. Pages unnumbered but comprising approx. 49 pages of quality black and white plates. These appear to represent 12 pages of Chinese old masters, 1 Tibetan painting and 36 pages of Japanese painting - some are by unknown artists and some others may be Tibetan also. These are then followed by approx 90 pages of Japanese text page - the inner title page also carrying English text. The book features paintings by Chinese masters; Senshun, Emperor Kiso, Chochuboku, Saihakushi, Rikuhozan, Chosho, Joyeki, Chinyo, Kosen, Henbunshin, and Kyu-ei. Work by Japanese artists includes calligraphy/writings/poetry by Jakuren Hoshi, Lord Gyosei, Onu Totu, Lord Sari, Ikkyu, Minamoto Toshiyori and Terumoto. There is also painting by a number of unknown artists as well as Takuma Shokei, Nobuzane, Hidenobu, Kanaoka, Kasuga and Motumitsu. There are also many beautiful plates from a pictorial roll named Kegon which appears to be of some importance. There are also plates from a historical roll named Shikisan by Nobusane. The text indicates that this was intended as a regular publication and the cover annotation suggests this book comprises a number of volumes bound together in one book, described as Vols 6 to 9. The text also mentions that were two versions of the publication, one being a special edition on Japanese paper, costing twice as much as the standard version. Due to the thickness of the paper the plates are printed on, we would assume this is the special edition. This is the first time we have come across this book, so it appears to be a very scarce publication. An extremely nice volume. Dimensions: 305mm high x 278mm wide x 20mm deep. More photos on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lanna Antique]
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        Pferde 2".

      - Linolschnitt, aquarelliert, auf chamoisfarbenem Japan, betitelt und als „Probe Druck I" bezeichnet. Ca. 28:30 cm. Rundum ungleich beschnitten. Insgesamt unfrisch. Zirkusthemen bilden ein Hauptmotiv im Schaffen der Künstlerin. Die Malerin und Graphikerin entstammte einer großbürgerlichen Familie und konnte sich von dieser unterstützt der künstlerischen Laufbahn widmen. Um 1900 begann sie mit dem Studium in München bei K. Becker-Gundahl (1856-1925), dann erlernte sie als Schülerin von M. Feldbauer (1869-1948) im Sommer in Dachau an der Malschule die Landschaftsmalerei und im Winter in München an der Damenakademie des Münchner Künstlerinnenvereins die Aktmalerei. Gemeinsam mit Feldbauer unternahm sie eine Studienreise nach Griesbach/Niederbayern und in die Bretagne. Weitere Studienaufenthalte folgten nach Rom und Florenz und um 1911 ein mehrmonatiger Aufenthalt in Paris an der École Ranson. Vor 1914 lebte sie in Berlin, wo sie die Unterstützung v.a. durch den Kunstkritiker P. Westheim fand. Ab 1915 wohnte sie in Dachau, wo sie in den Sommermonaten die Malschule von A. Hölzel (1853-1934) besuchte; sie zählte neben Ida Kerkovius (1879-1970), Maria Langer-Schöller (1878-1969) und Else von Freytag-Lovinghoven (1874-1927) u.a. zu den sog. „Malweibern". Sie war Mitglied der „Künstlergruppe Dachau", der „Kunstvereinigung Dachau" und der Münchner „Neuen Sezession". Erfolgreich beteiligte sie sich an Ausstellungen in München, Rom, Wien, Berlin, Paris, Stuttgart und Salzburg. 1919 erhielt sie die Silb. Staatsmedaille der Stadt Salzburg. Freundschaft unterhielt sie mit A. Kubin (1877-1959) und Else Lasker-Schüler (1869-1945). 1933 wurde sie als „entartet" diffamiert, infolge wandte sie sich einem naiven Malstil und unverfänglichen Bildthemen zu.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Philips' New Detailed Map of the Transvaal with part of the Orange River Colony

      Central News Agency Ltd., South Africa/ George Philip & Son, Ltd., London, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No JacketThis fascinating and robust map has no publication date; however, as the Orange River Colony only existed between 1900 - 1910 is can be assumed that publication was during this period. The waxed cloth cover is in robust and stoic condition. Although there is average wear about the edges and corners the cover is firm and strong to the hold. Inside, the paper spread is cracked along the spine but still holds. The cloth map is in very good condition. There is no damage and what marking there is, is consequent to its age and use. The colours are vibrant; the print bold, the folds muscular and strong. fk Quantity Available: 1. Category: Africana - Maps (Antique); Inventory No: ahhc.

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        Portraitphotographie mit eigenh. Widmung und U.

      [München, März 1900].. 166 x 107 mm.. Brustbild aus dem Atelier Elvira, München mit der Widmung: "Dem ersten N. H.-Kapellmeister J. Stransky [1872-1936] zur Erinnerung an Strapatzen und Freuden im März 1900 [ ]". - Schjelderup reiste 1878 nach Paris, wo er bei Franchomme, Savard und Massenet Kompositions-Unterricht nahm. 1888 verließ er Paris, hielt sich ein Jahr in Bergen auf und reiste dann nach Deutschland, wo er Dirigieren und Bühnentechnik in Karlsruhe (F. Mottl), Dresden und München studierte. Von 1900 ab bezog er eine staatliche, norwegische Kompositions-Gage. 1892-1916 wohnte er in Dresden, kehrte jedoch des Krieges wegen nach Oslo zurück und arbeitete dort u. a. als Musikkritiker. 1920 war er neuerdings in München, erwarb aber 1923 ein Haus in Benediktbeuren, das er bis zu seinem Tode bewohnte (vgl. MGG XI, 1735f.).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Works of H. R. Haggard. Include: King Solomon's Mines, She, Montezuma's Daughter, Cleopatra, Alan Quatermain, etc

      New York: McKinlay, Stone and Mackenzie, n.d. (c.1900), 1900. 20 volumes; 8vo. With frontispiece illustrations. Bound in recent dark brown morocco with maroon title label, gilt title and gilt tooling to spines, brown cloth boards. A superb set of the works of H.Rider Haggard, writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and a founder of the Lost World literary genre.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Report on the Administration of Bengal, 1898-99

      Calcutta: Bengal Secretariat Press. Very Good. 1900. First. Cloth. Many large folding colored maps including Map of the Bihar & Benares Opium Agencies showing cultivation under poppy & the Bengal government's monopolistic opium production for 1898 (nearly all of which was destined for China and Southeast Asia). This copy withdrawn from the Drew Theological Seminary. Forwarded thence (as noted by stamp on title page) by order of the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal. Beveled salmon cloth covered boards.; Folio 9 x 13.3 in; [ii],345;[viii],328;iv,cccxiv pages .

      [Bookseller: Virginia Book Shop, Inc. ]
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        A Peep .at. Coondom (wrapper title)

      New York Commercial Cotton Department (NYCCD) 1900 - Heading:(African American) Author: Place:New York Publisher: Date:c.1900 Description: 12 halftone plates from photographs, captioned in the negatives but no other text. 22.7x30.8 cm. (9x12"), string-tied wrappers. Photographic views of stereotypical African Americans through white eyes, Including "The Crap Game Discovered"; "Picking Cotton"; "Short Distance Telephone - in Alabam'" - talking into a donkey's ear and listening at the tail; watermelon eating, chicken stealing, dancing, loafing, comic bicycling, and other activities. Rare - OCLC/WorldCat does not list any copies. Condition: Neat corner repairs to wrappers - very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Indians of To-Day First Edition

      Herbert S. Stone and Company, 1900-01-01. Hardcover. Good. First edition. Library rebind. Complete. Small tear on frontispiece, no loss. Many full page portraits of living indians. Ex library copy with some of the usual markings.

      [Bookseller: Books Renewed]
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        Mannheimer Geschichtsblätter. Monatsschrift für die Geschichte, Altertums- und Volkskunde Mannheims und der Pfalz. Jahrgänge 1-37 (1900-1936).,

      Mannheim, Altertumsverein, 1900-1940. - 30 x 21 cm. Je Jahrgang ca. 120 bis 150 Seiten. *Beiliegen: Jahrgang 38 (1937) in 3 Heften, Jahrgang 40 (1939) in 3 Heften und Jahrgang 41, Heft 1 (1940). - Vorliegend (bis auf den fehlenden Jahrgang 1938) nahezu die gesamte Folge der Mannheimer Geschichtsblätter (Erscheinungsverlauf 1900-1940 - erst 1994 begann eine "Neue Folge"). Vorliegend die Jahrgänge 1-37 gebunden in Halbleinen, dazu die Jahrgänge 38, 40 und 41 in Lieferungsheften. - Sauber und sehr gut erhalten. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 10000 Einheitlich gebunden in 13 Halbleinenbänden mit Rückentitel. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun]
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        Bijutsu Kai

      JAPANESE ORNAMENTAL WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Bijutsu Kai. Collection of Pictures Regarding Colour Designs for Japanese Textiles Costumes. Five parts in one volume. Five folding plates and 18 full-page coloured woodblock prints per section, for a total of 95 original illustrations. 8vo., 232 x 160 mm, bound in Japanese accordion style with Japanese fold pages and silk-thread stitched spine, in new linen cloth folding box with leather spine label. Kyoto: Geisodo, [ca. 1900]. |~||~||~||~| A superb set of this important compendium of early Japanese textile designs, showing a great variety of patterns and scenes. The woodblock prints are often exceptional Japanese images very much in the sabi-wabi tradition. Not in Hillier, The Art of the Japanese Book (1987).

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        POEMS (In Memorian [with] Lyrics)

      Vale (Ballantyne) Press, London 1900 - Limited to 320 copies. Two volumes. Demy 8vo. Separately titled. Designed with title-pages, initials and borders by Charles Ricketts. Rebound for Sotheran's in embroidered silk with marbled endpapers, t.e.g. The covers decorated in multicolored silk thread and gold thread forming flowers, vines, and stylized titles. Provenance: Samuel Putnam Avery (1822-1904), American connoisseur and art dealer, with his tipped-in bookplate. Bookplate engraved by C. W. Sherborn 1893.Ransom 29. Some fraying to edges and light soil, yet still sound and quite attractive copies in these fragile bindings

      [Bookseller: First Folio A.B.A.A.]
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      c.1900-1920 - 23" high x 19" wide; This painted skull is from the first quarter of the 20th century. See images for condition.

      [Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books]
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        [Op. 112]. Der Rose Pilgerfahrt. Mährchen von Moritz Horn... Op. 112. [Full score]

      Leipzig Fr. Kistner [PN 1900] [after 1861]. Folio. Modern quarter black cloth with original publisher's printed upper wrapper laid down to upper board, titling gilt to spine. 1f. (pictorial title), [1]-4 (text), [i] (blank), 3-203, [i] (blank) pp. Title lithographed, text typeset, music engraved. Without price. With extended title and prices to upper wrapper: "8 Thlr. 30 Ngr." [full score], "4 Thlr. 10 Ngr." [piano-vocal score], "1thlr. 10 Ngr." [choral parts], "8 Thlr." [orchestral parts]. Printer's note to foot of last page of text: "Druck von Breitkopf und Härtel in Leipzig." Occasional foxing throughout, heavier to some leaves; edges somewhat browned with small stain to lower outer corner; upper wrapper slightly chipped and with small stain to lower outer corner; titling to spine incorrectly lettered.. First Edition, later issue, from the same plates as the first edition of 1852 (the first issue credited the lithographic illustration to Krätzschmer; did not reference the orchestral parts; and had the text printed on three pages only, followed by a blank page). McCorkle p. 478. Hofmann p. 243. CPM Vol. 51 p. 226. Hirsch IV, 918 (erroneously listed as first edition; rendition of text extends over four pages as in the present copy). Composed in April and May of 1851 and first performed with piano accompaniment at Schumann's home on July 5, 1851; orchestrated in November of that year and first performed publicly in Dusseldorf on February 5, 1852.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        Autograph Manuscript Draft Outline of the The Making of an American

      1900. Pen and ink on paper, 8 pp. stapled booklet (chapters I-VII) and 2 pp. on single sheet (portions of chapters XII-XV). 4to. Light toning. Draft Outline of Riis's Autobiography The autograph outline of the first seven chapters of Riis's autobigraphy, The Making of an American (1902), as well as outlines for parts of chapters twelve through fifteen. The opening chapters recount stories from Riis's boyhood in Denmark, meeting his future wife Elizabeth Gortz, and his arrival in America. "The story commences on a bridge over the river Nibs on the outskirts of the ancient town of Ribe, which is on the Danish north seacoast. A boy & girl have met ?".

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        Super-Iride. Prodoto Chimico Brevettato Di Fama Mondiale; Per Tingere In Casa Qualsiasi Abito, Tessuto, Filato, ecc. Risultati ottenuti tingendo Su Tessuto Bianco Di Lana, Cotone E Seta

      Ditta Ruggero Benelli, Prato 1900 - 27.5 x 13 cm. Salesman's sample advertising display for Super-Iride, 48 dyed sample mounted, eight panels bound accordion style, each panel as noted previously, folds out to approximately 40 inches when displayed. Color plates mounted on first and last panels with 48 dyed fabric sample in a wide range of colors, lettering in black and red. Super-Iride solid dyes are Azo synthetic, more stable than vegetable, and/or aniline dyes provide a distinct advantage for coloring wool, cotton and silks as they are highly resistant to sun and repeated washing. This brand is perhaps best known for the advertising poster of a looming red devil drawing forth a rainbow of color from a wooden barrel depicted here in the first panel. Scuffing to extremities, back cover with, slight loss of shagreen at back cover. Panels are faux-diced shagreen, gilt lettering first panel, two brass rivets front cover for hanging the display. Very good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        Reichskriegsflagge des Deutschen Reiches. Original-Flagge alter Zeit aus gewebtem Leinen.

      - Um 1900 gefertigt - Größe 90 x 175 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), Original-Flagge aus teils gefärbtem Leinen mit dem Reichsadler, dem Reichszepter, dem Reichsapfel und dem Eisernen Kreuz in der linken oberen Ecke. Linksbündig mit Lasche zum Aufziehen auf einen Flaggenmast. Stellenweise leicht fleckig, minimal beschädigt - ansonsten guter Zustand. >>> Provenienz: Alter Privatbesitz eines ehemaligen Mitglieds der Kaiserlichen Marine <<< - sehr selten - ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        The Migration of Birds, as observed at Irish lighthouses and lightships including the original reports from 1888-97, now published for the first time, etc.

      London/Dublin: E. H. Porter/Edward Ponsonby 1900 - first edition, thick quarto, xxiv, 667 pp., folding map, folding table; original gilt stamped red cloth (hardcover), spine frayed at the head with minor imperfections to the color, small hand stamp to the verso of the title page, else very good. Photos available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Zubal-Books]
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        POPPIES And WHEAT.

      Little Brown & Co., (1900), Boston: - Frontis & 2 inserted plates. Light extremity wear, with small abrasion to front board lower edge. All-in-all, a pleasing VG+ book in a rare VG dust jacket, with shows some modest wear to the extremities, a bit of age-toning & a somewhat sun-darkened spine. Green cloth binding with dark green stamped spine lettering & gilt, red & dark green stamping to front board. Dust jacket duplicating front board design/lettering. 8vo. 7-1/2" x 5". 1st separate edition (BAL 230). [2], 54, [2] pp. Publisher adverts last 2 pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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        J. Bouvard & Cie catalogue of mounted samples of epaulets and military regalia

      Lyon, France: J. Bouvard & Cie 20, Rue Lafont, 1900. 14 thick card sheets with samples centrally mounted vertically to recto and verso, some sheets quite thick to accommodate larger epaulets, each with manuscript notations of name, size, etc. 11-3/4 x 6-3/4 inches. Black cloth album with the printed label of "J. Bouvard et Cie Fabrique de Dorures, Soireries, Ornaments d&#39;Eglise" to front paste-down. Some wear commensurate with age and use, spotting and thumbsoiling, apparently complete with all samples, backing possibly restored at an early date. This very unusual French sample book contains a large range of epaulets and sequin samples with a few lettering and star samples.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        J Bouvard & Cie catalogue of mounted samples of epaulets and military regalia

      Lyon, France: J. Bouvard & Cie 20, Rue Lafont, 1900. 14 thick card sheets with samples centrally mounted vertically to recto and verso, some sheets quite thick to accommodate larger epaulets, each with manuscript notations of name, size, etc. 11-3/4 x 6-3/4 inches. Black cloth album with the printed label of "J. Bouvard et Cie Fabrique de Dorures, Soireries, Ornaments d'Eglise" to front paste-down. Some wear commensurate with age and use, spotting and thumbsoiling, apparently complete with all samples, backing possibly restored at an early date. This very unusual French sample book contains a large range of epaulets and sequin samples with a few lettering and star samples.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Works

      New York, George D. Sproul,, 1900. 24 volumes, octavo. Finely bound by The Trautz-Bauzonnet bindery in green morocco, titles and decoration to spines, raised bands, boards surrounded by multi-rules with fleur de lys devices and a further central fleur de lys device onlaid in red morocco, marbled endpapers, green and red morocco doblures elaborately tooled with fleur de lys devices, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. With monochrome illustrations. Bookplate to front free endpaper, spines uniformly faded to light brown, an excellent set handsomely bound. Japanese imperial vellum edition. Limited to 180 numbered copies.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Essays of Maeterlinck. Plays of Maeterlinck

      New York.: Dodd, Mead & Company.. No date. Ca. 1900.. SET OF 19 LEATHERBOUND VOLUMES, one black and white frontispiece illustration with tissue guard, page count: 241, xxi+353, 427, xx+335, 348, 371, 232, 258, 409, 330, xv+183, 277, 287, vii+179, 205, 208, 209, xxvi+165, 131, 7 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches, top edge gilt other two edges un-cut, gilt dentelles, decorative gilt leather covered boards (hardbound). Various pages unopened, name plate on free endpaper of each volume. In near fine condition with fading to spines, 1/8 x 1/4 inch lightly abraded spot on back cover to the upper left side of spine (Vol.13). This is the autograph edition, with author's signature in the first volume of the Essays and the first volume of the Plays. Volumes 1 to 10 are the Essays of Maeterlinck, volumes 11 to 19 are the Plays (as marked on the Spine, although Volume 19 contains the Poems. Vol.1 Treasure of the Humble, Vol. 2. Wisdom and Destiny, Vol.3 The Life of the Bee, Vol.4 Buried Temple, Vol. 5 Double Garden, Vol.6 Measure of the Hour, Vol.7 On Emerson, Vol. 8 Our Eternity, Vol.9 Unknown Guest, Vol. 10 The Wrack of the Storm, Vol.11 Sister Beatrice and Ardiane & Barbe Bleue, Vol.12 Joyzelle and Monna Vanna, Vol.13 Blue Bird, Vol.14 Mary Magdalene, Vol.15 Pelleas & Melisande, Vol.16 Princess Maleine, Vol.17 The Intruder, Vol.18 Aglavaine & Selysette, Vol.19: Poems. .

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        Moderne Kunstverglasungen - Vorbilder im Geschmack der Neuzeit für Architekten, Kunstglaser, Glasmaler und Kunstgewerbezeichner (1. und 2. Serie)

      Max Spielmeyer Buchhandlung für Architekrue und Kunstgewerbe, Berlin, um 1900,. 15 + 13 S., Erste Serie: 9 von 10 Lichtdrucktafeln (Tafel 8 fehlt) und eine farbige Tafel nebst einer Einführung sowie einer Anleitung für die Werkstatt; Zweite Serie: mit 9 von 10 Lichtdrucktafeln (Tafel 15 fehlt) und 1 von 2 farbigen Tafeln (Tafel 13-14 fehlt) nebst einer Anleitung für die Werkstatt; Mappen im Format 37,5 x 53 cm mit zwei Bändern zum zubinden (Serie 2 mit nur einem Band), Mappen leicht feuchtigkeitswellig, Leinenrücken angeplatzt, Rücken der Mappe 2 mit einem Leinenstreifen ausgebessert, Tafeln in gutem Zustand mit geringen Randläsuren, Titelblatt der Serie 2 mit Einrissen.

      [Bookseller: Versandhandel für Sammler]
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      Unpublished Original Images. N.D.Circa 1900 - The 19 images are contained in a modern oblong Demy 8vo album, marked 'Fragile - With Care'. Each slide measuring 6.5" x 4.5".(2 are cracked). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: Longmans Green & Co., 1900. Colonial edition, first printing. Hardcover. This is a rare prize - the first printing of the Colonial edition of Savrola, far more rare than U.S. or British first editions. This is Churchill's only novel. A very young Churchill was exuberant about publication at the time. Even though Savrola was his third published book, it was actually the first book he undertook and the second he completed. He would later make deprecating comments about the work. In his 1930 autobiography he wrote, "I have consistently urged my friends to abstain from reading it [Savrola]." However, his mixed feelings about his only novel did not keep Churchill from writing a foreword to a new edition in 1956, in which he said: "The preface to the first edition in 1900 submitted the book 'with considerable trepidation to the judgment or the clemency of the public.' The intervening fifty-five years have somewhat dulled though certainly not changed my sentiments on this point." Irrespective of Churchill's feelings about his book and his limitations as a novelist, this novel certainly provides insight into the early perspective and sentiment of the then very young Churchill. Only 1,670 Colonial editions were issued in the illustrated hardcover binding - and this small number includes the second and third printings. The survival rate was poor given the tropical climates in much of the colonies. Those few examples that do survive are often quite worn and re-backed or re-bound. This is an original, unrestored copy. First printing is confirmed by the absence of the words "NEW IMPRESSION" on the title page. Condition is about very good. The binding remains tight with only a slight forward lean. The spine remains nicely rounded with bright gilt and only modest, uniform toning. The illustrated front cover is only lightly scuffed. We note some wear to spine ends and extremities, bumped lower corners, and an indentation to the right of the author's first name on the spine. The contents remain quite respectably clean for a colonial edition, with light spotting confined to the prelims and page edges, and age toning of the page edges. The original swan and ship endpapers are intact, with no gutter splits. The sole previous ownership mark we find is the tiny sticker of a Calcutta bookseller affixed to the lower rear pastedown, definitely confirming the colonial provenance of this rare colonial edition survivor. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A3.3.a, Woods/ICS A3(bb), Langworth p.42

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        Chine. - Original Hinterglass Malerei. China um 1900. Peinture sous verre originale Chine. 2 pieces ensemble / Avec encadrement.

      . Image 36 x 51 cm.. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Lord Jim

      Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons,, 1900. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark green morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, twin rule to turn-ins, burgundy endpapers, gilt edges. The occasional minor blemish, an excellent copy in a fine binding. First edition, first impression.

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        The River War, signed and dated by Churchill in the year of publication

      London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1900. First edition, third printing. Hardcover. This first edition, final printing of Churchill's second book was signed by Churchill on 28 December 1900, during his first lecture tour of the U.S. and Canada, for Major-General Sir Gerald Charles Kitson KCVO, CB, CMG (1856?-1950), then serving as British Military Attache in Washington, D.C. The author's signature in black ink in two lines on the Volume I frontispiece verso reads: "Winston S. Churchill / Dec.28.1900". Signatures in Churchill's early works are scarce, doubly so when dated and contemporary. The signature is in firm and more youthfully rounded script characteristic of his early signatures. The ink is mildly age-toned but distinct with minimal age-spreading. Four lines in pencil on the Volume I half title read: "Gerald C. Kitson / Military Attache / Washington / from the author". The same words in the same hand are written on the Volume II ffep. Churchill was just 27 years old. In October he had won his first seat in Parliament partly on the strength of his celebrity as a Boer War hero, having been captured and made a daring escape. Churchill's lecture tour was intended to improve his finances at a time when MPs received no salary. Biographical sources and contemporary Canadian press indicate that Churchill lectured at Ottawa's Russell Theatre on 27 December 1900, leaving Ottawa either late afternoon or early evening of the 28th (likely via overnight train), arriving in Toronto early in the morning of the 29th. Before he was British Military Attache in Washington, Gerald Kitson was Commandant of Canada's Royal Military College. Kitson knew Lord Minto, the Governor General of Canada who hosted young Winston in Ottawa. On 28 December, the British Government named Kitson Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (C.M.G.). This may have been the impetus for Churchill to sign a book for Kitson that day, and makes quite plausible Kitson's presence in Ottawa, likely at Government House where Churchill was staying. In 1902, Kitson became Commandant of the Royal Military College Sandhurst (from which Churchill graduated in 1894). A still very 19th Century Churchill left this signature in his "tale of blood and war." While Churchill was abroad, Queen Victoria died, and the end of her 64-year reign also closed Churchill's Victorian career as a cavalry officer and war correspondent adventurer. Churchill returned to England in February 1901 to take his seat in Parliament and begin a 60-year career as one of the 20th Century's great statesmen. This first edition, third printing of The River War is not only the most scarce issue of the first edition, but also the last unabridged issue to this day. All three printings of the first edition (2,646 copies total) are virtually identical, issued respectively in November 1899, February 1900, and June 1900. Only 151 third printing copies were bound. This set is in very good plus condition, unrestored and wholly intact. The bindings are clean with bright gilt, trivial wear at extremities, and slight mottling on the blank Vol. I rear cover. Spine presentation is excellent - nicely rounded and unfaded with only minor wrinkling at the spine ends. The massive weight of the text strained nearly all surviving original bindings. Here the Vol. I front hinge is a little tender but remains firmly attached and the Vol. II binding remains tight. The contents show no additional ownership marks. Very light spotting in Vol. I is primarily limited to prelims and page edges. Light Vol. II spotting is intermittent throughout. All illustrations, maps, and plans are intact, as are the protective tissue frontispiece covers. The original black endpapers are intact, with no sign of typical gutter cracks. The set is preserved in a custom, half-morocco clamshell case with a nested, fully enfolding cloth chemise for each volume and a pocket for the set description. Additional detail and images upon request. Bibliographic reference; Cohen A2.1.b, Woods/ICS A2(a.3), Langworth p.29.

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        William Cotton Oswell: Hunter and Explorer

      New York: Doubleday, Page, 1900. First American edition. Frontispiece portrait, 24 plates and 2 maps (one colored), numerous text illustrations (vol. I), xxiv, 267 pp; frontispiece, 6 plates, text illustrations, xi, 288 pp (vol. 2). 2 vols. 8vo. Original red cloth. Fine. Account of the famous explorer&#39;s life by his son, based on his letters and journals. Contains much on his encounters with buffalo, elephant, rhino, and hippo. It also contains a considerable amount of information on his friendship and adventures with David Livingstone which led to the discovery of Lake Ngami and the Zambesi River.

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        Ian Hamilton's March

      Longmans, Green, & Co., London 1900 - This is the British first edition, first printing of Churchill's fifth published book. Ian Hamilton's March was the second of Churchill's two books based on his newspaper despatches sent from the front in South Africa during the Boer War. In October 1899, the second Boer War erupted between the descendants of Dutch settlers in South Africa and the British. Churchill, an adventure-seeking young cavalry officer and war correspondent, swiftly found himself in South Africa with the 21st Lancers and an assignment as press correspondent to the Morning Post. Not long thereafter, on 15 November 1899, Churchill was captured during a Boer ambush of an armored train. His daring escape less than a month later rendered him a celebrity and helped launch his political career. Churchill's first book of Boer War despatches, London to Ladysmith via Pretoria was published in England in mid-May 1900 and sold well. Ian Hamilton's March completes Churchill's coverage of the Boer War, publishing 17 letters to the Morning Post, spanning 31 March through 14 June 1900. The narrative in Ian Hamilton's March includes the liberation of the Pretoria prison camp where Churchill had been held. Though a companion and sequel to London to Ladysmith, it is notably different in appearance, content, and scarcity. The first printing saw only 5,000 copies - half as many copies as London to Ladysmith. Where Ladysmith bore a lavishly illustrated binding, Ian Hamilton's March was bound in red cloth matching the style of Churchill's first published book, The Story of the Malakand Field Force - fitting, as these were the first and last Churchill first editions published by Longmans, Green, and Co. While London to Ladysmith via Pretoria had swiftly published Churchill's dispatches in the wake of his capture and escape, for Ian Hamilton's March "the texts of the originally published letters were more extensively revised and four letters were included which had never appeared in periodical form" (Cohen, A8.1.a, Vol. I, p.105). Churchill effected these revisions while on board the passenger and cargo steamer Dunottar Castle which was requisitioned as a troop ship, en route home to England. Arriving home from South Africa in July 1900, Churchill spent the summer campaigning hard in Oldham, where he won his first seat in Parliament on 1 October 1900 in the so-called "khaki election". This British first edition of Ian Hamilton's March was published just a few weeks later. This first edition, first printing is in very good condition. The tight and square binding is unusually bright and clean for the edition, with vivid color and gilt, superior spine presentation, and only minor wear to extremities. The cosmetic flaw that prevents our grading - and pricing - this copy higher is faint evidence that something was once taped across the lower spine. The discoloration is barely discernible on the spine and rear cover, only readily noticeable as a 2 x .75 inch strip of mild discoloration to the lower front cover. This would be consistent with an ex-library spine label, except for the fact that there are absolutely no ex-library markings. The only previous ownership marks are the decorative bookplate of "Aubrey P. Taylor" affixed to the front pastedown and the same name ("A. P. Taylor") inked to the half title with the date "1900". The contents remain bright with a crisp feel. All maps and plans are intact, as is the original frontispiece and tissue guard, as well as the original black endpapers. Moderate spotting appears substantially confined to the prelims and page edges. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A8.1.a, Woods/ICS A5(a), Langworth p.59 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Geographisch-wissenschaftlichen Ergebnisse meiner Reise in Zentralasien 1894-1897.

      Gotha, Perthes, 1900. - Mit 6 farbigen gefalteten Karten, 83 Figuren und Skizzen im Text. VII, 399 Seiten, Halblederband der Zeit mit eingebundenem Originalumschlag, 27,5 x 19,5 cm, (Petermanns Mitteilungen, Ergänzungsheft Nr. 131). Einband etwas berieben und bestossen, Stempel auf dem Titel, innen sauber. Einzige Ausgabe der wissenschaftlichen Ergebnisse seiner ersten Zentralasienexpedition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lessons in Zulu

      McDougall's Educational Company Ltd. Edinburgh and London, 1900, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket135 pages. There is no marked edition number in this copy. The general condition of this famous course on learning Zulu is fair. It has been much used and owned. The cover has wear and marking to all surfaces, extremities, seams and corners. The front and end papers have 'drawings' and annotations. There are pencilled annotations throughout. The frontispage/s have been removed. The pages are resilient, stoic, clear, firm and complete. The book may still be used with confidence and enthusiasm. fk Quantity Available: 1. Category: Africana - Language; Africana - Zulu; Inventory No: ajrm.

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        The Shadowy Waters

      London: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket and in clear protective wraps. Corners bumped and minor wear to spine ends. School prize plate to front pastedown. Endpapers browned with some offsetting. 1900. First Edition. Blue/gilt hardback cloth cover. 250mm x 200mm (10" x 8"). 57pp. .

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        Bronzierte Kaminuhr. Ein junges Liebespaar umrahmt die Uhr und das Mädchen ritzt die Anfangsinitialen in einen Baumstumpf einer Eiche.

      - Die Kaminuhr ist 31 cm maximal breit, 30 cm maximale Höhe bei einer Tiefe von 10 cm. Das emaillierte Uhrenzifferblatt ist gemarkt mit *Conrad Felsing, Brüderstrasse No. 20, Berlin*, das Uhrwerk innen ebenfalls gemarkt mit *Conrad Felsing, Berlin* sowie der Typenbezeichnung *5453* der untere Sockel der Uhr verso gemarkt mit *10 Ph. Mouray*. Die Uhr wohl aus bronziertem Eisen (?) mit einer bronzenen Schmuckblende und bronzenen Applikationen am Sockel und Aufbau der Uhr. Das Pendel und der Schlüssel liegen lose bei, ebenso ein loses kleines Teil ( ein kleiner abgebrochener Ast oben an der Uhr ). Die Uhr ist nicht richtig funktionstüchtig, das Ziffernblat ist etwas fleckig, die Uhr teils berieben bzw. teils etwas oxydiert. Wohl um 1900 herum gefertigt. ( Gewicht 3000 Gramm ). Die Uhr steht auf einem schwarzlackiertem Holzsockel, dieser verso handschriftlich beschriftet ( unleserlich ), der Holzsockel stärker berieben sowie mit kleiner Beschädigung. Der Glassturz hierzu fehlt. >>> Willibald Albert Conrad Felsing: Deutscher Uhrmacher.Felsing wurde um 1878 in Berlin als Sohn von Hofuhrmacher Albert Karl Julius Felsing geboren. Er übernahm nach dem Tod seines Vaters 1901 die Firma Conrad Felsing in Berlin. Ein Teil des Geschäftshauses wurde von Willibald Felsing an den Optiker und Instrumentenmacher Oskar Messter vermietet, der hier das erste Berliner Filmstudio einrichtete. Hierdurch erlangte Felsing Kontakte mit der Theater und Filmwelt, was später auch seiner Nichte Marlene Dietrich nutzte, die ihn Onkel Willi nannte. Das Schaufenster der Firma neben dem Hotel Adlon, ganz in der Nähe vom Brandenburger Tor, war weitbekannt und in jedem Baedeker als ein Wahrzeichen von Berlin aufgeführt. Hier pendelte eine der zentralen Anzeige der Zeit in Berlin - hierum acht kleinere Zifferblätter mit Angabe der Zeit in London, New York, San Francisco, Tokio, Bangkok, Karatchi, Teheran und Moskau. 1924 gründete Willi König und Willibald Albert Conrad Felsing aus dem "Zentralverband der Deutschen Uhrmacher" die Firma "Markenuhr GmbH". Als Marke wurde ZentRa verwendet bzw. übernommen. 1927 wurde daraus die "ZentRa Garantiegemeinschaft e.V." gegründet. Ab 1940 war die Firma an den Fertigstellungsarbeiten der A. Lange & Söhne Beobachtungsuhr Kaliber 48 beteiligt. Die Firma Conrad Felsing blieb bis zm Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs in ihrem Geschäft in der Straße Unter den Linden in Berlin bis zur Zerstörung tätig. <<< ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        "Mr. Dooley on the Convention." Original manuscript of this humorous piece concerning McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt and the Convention of 1900

      [New York], 1900. Written on fourteen 11 x 8-1/2 in. pages in pen and (mostly) pencil, with numerous corrections. 1 vols. Light soiling to first and last page, a few bits of minor marginal fraying, else fine. Original Manuscript of a "Mr. Dooley" Piece Concerning TR Written at the time of the 1900 Presidential Convention, this amusing piece, in "Mr. Dooley&#39;s" Irish dialect, deals with the prospect of Theodore Roosevelt&#39;s nomination as McKinley&#39;s vice-president, which time has shown to be an epochal event in American history. Mr. Dooley lightheartedly notes that, "&#39;Tis well known that Mack was agin Tiddy fi vice-president. Th&#39; las&#39; thing he said to Mark Hanna when he laid down his thrunk at th&#39; deepo was: &#39;Above all things don&#39;t put Rosenfelt on th&#39; ticket ? I wudden&#39;t fi all th&#39; money in th&#39; wurruld have yr rip this bright an&#39; gallant leader fim&#39; th&#39; sarvice in his native state an&#39; condim him to a horrible existence in Washington fi four years an&#39; give him no chanst fi further priomotion ?&#39;" He continues discussing the appearance and attitudes of TR, and his reluctance to be nominated, ending with his strong suspicion that McKinley wanted him all the time. (A year later, of course, McKinley was assassinated and TR was President).&#11;Finley Peter Dunne (1867-1936) had a distinguished editorial career on a number of newspapers, including William C. Whitney&#39;s Morning Telegraph, which led the Whitneys to become his patrons, and subsidize him as they might a son. Most of his "Mr. Dooley" sketches appeared between 1893 and 1905, by which time, having received more than a million Whitney dollars, and no longer needing the income from his pen, he virtually ceased to write.&#11;A large factor in Dunne&#39;s success was his use of Irish dialect, behind which he could amusingly conceal his very real outrage at the wrongs of the times. He has been called America&#39;s greatest humorist after Mark Twain.&#11;A significant manuscript.

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