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        Writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne : Mosses from an Old Manse (Vols 4 & 5) Tales and Sketches (Vol 16) [Ltd Ed]

      Houghton Mifflin; Boston; 1900; 8vo (8 3/4" X 5 3/4"); 345, 360, 358 pages - VG+/None. First and only autographed editions of this grouping of 3 volumes from Mifflin's 22 volume autographed set limited to 500 numbered sets, this set being number 159. Publishers original smooth white woven cloth with paper label on spine with author's name, title and 'autographed edition' printed in black inside box borders printed in red. Each volume in the set contains a Photogravure frontispiece, vignette title, and additional B&W plates, all on India paper mounted, with the frontispiece in each volume signed by the artist. Both Vols 4 & 5 are signed by Smith, while Vol 16 is signed by FC Yohn with unsigned Smith plate on page 294. Descriptive tissue guards for all illustrations, and a printed limitation page behind the half title of each volume indicating this to be copy #159 of the set.This family authorized set of Hawthorne's was issued by Houghton Mifflin in 1900 in 3 versions - an 'autographed' set limited to 500 copies, a 'large paper' set limited to 500 copies, and an 'Old Manse' smaller sized trade edition. The autographed edition is by far the most desireable because it was signed not only by Hawthorne's daughter Rose Hawthorne Lathrop (in Volume 1), but each of the 22 volumes has their frontispiece hand signed in pencil by the artist. In all, 21 different artist's signatures are to be found in this veritable treasure trove of golden age illustrators and artists that include Childe Hassam, Howard Pyle, Jessie Willcox Smith, Edmund Garrett, Anna Whelan Betts, Sarah Stillwell, Eric Pape, E C Peixotto, Alice Barber Stephens (the only artist with signed frontispieces in 2 volumes), and numerous others. Leatherbound sets of the autographed edition can be found on the internet priced from $3,500 to $12,500, making it financially difficult for the collector of any individual artist to secure a copy of their scarce autograph.The 3 volumes offered here are the first 3 volumes in the Hawthorne set. They have been grouped together because they represent a logical combination that contains the autographed or non-autographed work of a significant group of Howard Pyle students (often referred to as Brandywine artists). The frontispiece to vol 4 is believed to be the only limited edition volume ever signed by Jessie Willcox Smith, as is are the Mary Ayers (vol 5) and F.C. Yohn (vol 16) signatures. In addition, illustrations by other artists including Frank B. Masters, Bertha Rockwell, Marion Peabody, Helen Kibbey, C.S. Chapman and others also appear in these 3 volumes. This set has been so grouped that one need to have to acquire any other of the remaining 19 volumes to have all of Smith's and Yohn's full contribution to the set. While the large paper limited edition is the same size as this set, it must be considered much the less desireable because it lacks the scarce artists' signatures.Volumes 4 and 5 also form a logical grouping since they comprise parts I and 2 of Hawthorne's longer and much appreciated work 'Mosses from an Old Manse'. The frontispiece in vol 4 is boldly signed in pencil by Jessie Willcox Smith, vol 5 is signed by Mary Ayer, and vol 16 is signed by F.C.Yohn. Volume 16 is included here because it contains the one other illustration which Jessie Willcox Smith contributed for this 22 volume work. It should also be noted that for some reason the pages after 354 in volume 5 are missing - whether this occurred at the publisher or they were torn out is not known. While this in no way harms the collectability of the illustrations and autographs, a facsimile of the remaining 6 pages of text will be provided the purchaser if they so desire.Truly a scarce and highly collectible group of Howard Pyle student signatures and illustrations.</p [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Illustrators Bookcase]
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      London 1900 - Folio 17x14 inches or 44x34 cms, original publisher's cloth gilt. Coloured frontispiece, vignette title, engraved dedication, xvii, 132 pages and 50 monochrome plates (ie 52 total). Complete, a good unopened copy of this work with decorative plates including some by Bartolozzi. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Russell, ABA, ILAB, est 1978]
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        Eighteenth Century Colour Prints: An Essay on Certain Stipple Engravers and their Work in Colour

      London: Macmillan and Company. 1900. First. First edition. Folio. Publisher&#39;s cloth gilt. 52 plates, one misnumbered tissue guard (and one corrected by hand). Ex-library copy with bookplate, pocket, spine letters, and perforated stamps on margins of the plates, else a tight, very good or better copy. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Ames on Forgery: Its Detection and Illustration with Numerous Causes Celebres

      New York: Ames-Rollinson Company, 1900. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good. 293 p. 24 cm. Illustrated examples in the text. First edition. Tan cloth hardcover. Spine labels chipped. Boards dark and corners bumped bare. Owner&#39;s signature on end paper. Spine loose. The author is the founder and twenty years Editor of The Penman&#39;s Art Journal of New York; Author of Ames&#39;s Compendium of Practical and Artistic Penmanship, Ames&#39;s Alphabets, Ames&#39;s Guide to Practical Writing; and thirty years Examiner of Contested Handwriting in Courts of Justice.

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        THE INDEPENDENT Vol. LII Jan-Jun 1900 #2666-2691 Bound Volume

      NY: THE INDEPENDENT, 1900. This is an extremely scarce periodical in any form, and this in 1580 pages is the January through June issues for this New York weekly magazine in the key turn-of-the-century 1900 year bound in cloth spine with marbelled boards. Possibly a library binding as this is ex-lib from the Plainfield Library with only noted stamp being at bottom edge. Boards have wear mainly at the corners which are bumped and rounded and rubbed at the front corners, and with mild rubbing at the rear corners. Light wear to rest of boards, and light wear, with light soiling to thick cloth spine. ... This appears to have been a conservative periodical with articles too numerous too mention but with many covering the Spanish American War, and issues dealing with the seized territories, churches and churchmen (such as Dwight L. Moody), literature, and numerous topics, with many making their debut appearance here. Some of the items are: THE CHICKADEE (Poem), Joel Benton; THE RED INDIAN IMAGINATION, Andrew Lang; THE INJUSTICE TO THE COLORED VOTER, George H. White (only black member of Congress); THE OBJECTION TO THE DOUBLE TURRET, Rear Admiral Philip Hichborn; HAWAIIAN PUBLIC LANDS, Sanford B. Dole (as in pineapple, President of Hawaii); a series of NEW YORK DAILY PAPERS AND THEIR EDITORS by John Swinton; THE DEMOCRATIC ISSUES, William Jennings Bryan; ATROCITIES IN THE KONGO FREE STATE, D.C. Rankin; THE JAPAN of &#39;99, JH DeForest; THE UNITED STATES PACIFIC CABLE, Capt. George Owen Squier; THE UPRISING OF A GREAT PEOPLE (Boer War), Montague White (South African Consul-General); THE POPULIST PROGRAM, Senator William V. Allen; THE WOMAN WITH THE SUDS, Marion Harland... And MANY, MANY more. This was an apparently important publication in its time, judging from the status of its contributors. ... 8 pound shipping weight, so additional charges may apply to International or Priority. Please contact for rates.. Hard Cover. Apparent First Editon. Hard Cover. Good+/None Issued. 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾" Tall.

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      Baldwin Locomotive Works/Burnham Williams & Co., Philadelphia, PA 1900 - Issues 11 through 20 from 1899 to 1900 of Baldwin Locomotive Works' "Records of Recent Construction," with original wrapper covers, custom bound into hardcover for William L. Austin with his name stamped in gilt on the front cover. Austin entered the firm Baldwin Locomitive Works in 1870 and in 1885 became a partner in the firm of Burnham, Parry, Williams & Co., and later Chairman of the Board of Baldwin. Issues 11] Record of Recent Construction, March, 1899; 12] Record of Recent Construction, April, 1899; 13] Record of Recent Construction, June, 1899; 14] Record of Recent Construction, May, 1899; 15] Record of Recent Construction, September, 1899; 16] Record of Recent Construction, September, 1899; 17] Record of Recent Construction, December, 1899; 18] Record of Recent Construction, January, 1900; 19] Record of Recent Construction, May, 1900; 20] Record of Recent Construction, September, 1900. Bound in original red calf with raised bands and lettering and intricate border design stamped in gilt. Wm. L. Austin's name also stamped in gilt on the front cover. Marbled endpapers. Top of text block in gilt. Corners professionally repaired. Very shallow loss at head and heal of spine. A handsome, near fine, bright copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Robert Gavora, Fine & Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Privatsammlung von Wappen und Monogrammen in farbigem Reliefdruck.

      Wohl Wien, um 1900. - 3 Bde. (von 8). Zus. 138 numerierte Bll. (durchgehend mit Schutzblättern) mit über 600 reliefierten farbigen Wappen- und Monogrammminiaturen. Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückennumerierung ("5", "7" und "8"). 8vo. Die sehr fein geprägten Monogramme und Wappen mit zahlreichen (Farb-)Varianten. Durchgehend verso beschriftet und numeriert (187-236, 304-391); unter den Namen: Auersperg, Batthyany, Czernin, Esterhazy, Forgacz, Hoyos, Lobkowitz, Odescalchi, Schönborn, Szechenyi, Taaffe, Wasa, Zichy usw. Das "Durchl. Fürst Colloredo Mannsfeld" beschriftete Blatt mit Blindstempel der traditionsreichen Wiener Papierhandlung "M. Theyer & Sohn", aus der später die Firma Theyer & Hardmuth hervorging. - Berieben und etwas fingerfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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      NY: 1900 1st Am. ed. 407p, 1900. First edition (American). Red cloth. A very good copy. Churchill&#39;s memoirs of the Boer War.

      [Bookseller: Kubik Fine Books Ltd, ABAA]
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      MASSON & CIE 1900 - R200033777: 959 pages + 1058 pages + 917 pages + 934 pages. Pièces de titre au dos des ouvrages. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc dans le texte et planches photos en couleurs sous serpentes. In-4 Relié. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 616.5-Dermatologie [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: le-livre]
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        La pratique dermatologique. Traité de dermatologie appliquée. 4 volumes.

      Masson 1900-1904, Paris, - 959 + 1058 + 917pages, + 934 pages, richement illustré, Taches sur le plat supérieur des tomes 1, 2, et 4, autrement bon bon état.

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis]
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        MERRY SURPRISES A Novel picture book for children ** A Lovely Copy ** Dust Jacket **

      UK. Ernest Nister - Hardback, square shape, not dated, looks about 1900, Nister no 3529, has 5 transforming pictures operated by a revolving disc. boards nice & Bright, no inscriptions. black & white illustrations in the text, staple hinges in the middle bit rusty, boards have been protected with a Dust Jacket, which looks like it has has some repair ( jacket is possibly a copy ) ( see Pictures ) more pictures sent on request, VG condition [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Cobweb Books]
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        Unidentified Native Woman in Traditional Clothes, Beaded Moccasins, and Jewellery

      [circa 1900]. (Photograph) Very good. &#39;hall & Lowe, Artists and Photographers, 499 Main Street, Opposite City Hall, Winnipeg.&#39;original 19th Century Albumen Image Mounted on Printed Studio Card: 6 1 / 2" X 4 1 / 4" Image: 5 1 / 4" X 4"..

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        What A Surprise: A Mechanical Book for Children

      London: Ernest Nister. Very Good with no dust jacket. First Edition. Hardcover. Owner&#39;s name, "Peggy," on front endpaper. Some loss of paper along egdes of corners of boards (< 1/2"). Minor foxing. Four of the moving illustrations are in good working order. The other two are complete but are not closing easily. A couple of 1" tears to the border of the second scene. ; No date (c. 1900). Dimensions: 250 x 190mm. Pictorial papered boards with cloth spine. Six moving scenes. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

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        Two Original Photographs of Violet Oakley's Studio With Autograph Inscriptions on Back by Violet Oakley

      not published ca. 1900, Philadelphia - Offered here are two original photographs, most likely taken by either herself, Jessie Willcox Smith, Elizabeth Shippen Green or Edith Emerson. One, of her close friend and fellow painter Ellen Wetherald Ahrens, and the other of both Violet Oakley and the other of both Violet Oakley and her sister, Hester Oakley. Both have original explanations of the photos written by Violet Oakley on the back in pencil: On verso of Ahrens, "This is Ellen at work in at her corner- When we are not taking photos, she has the window open beside her. The little Oriental seat in front of her made by ourselves and of old pin cusions and a packing box and two little rugs. Isn't it pretty? The back is all padded-". On verso of Violet and Hester: "I at work and Hester sitting talking to me-". Photos are slightly age faded, a few corners and sides with small chips, else very good. Exceedingly scarce private photographs of Violet Oakley's studio with artist friend and sister.

      [Bookseller: Edward Nudelman Rare Books]
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        In & around the Grand Canyon; the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona

      Boston, Little, Brown And Company 1900 - Description: xxiv, 341 p. Front. , illus. , plates (1 fold. ) 23 cm. Subjects: Colorado River. SIGNED by the author and limited to 500 copies (this no. 321) . Additionally SIGNED by the author on the half-title and inscribed to Richard Shepard. Half contemporary tree calf over buckram boards, recased. Title gilt-blocked. An uncommonly good example, of presentation quality - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 2 Kg. 341 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        HISTORIA GENERAL DE LA AGRICULTURA. Estudio teórico y práctico comenzando por el terreno y concluyendo por todos los cultivos de que es susceptible. (3 vols.)

      - Barcelona, J. Seix Editor, s.a (c.1900). "Única obra de este género en España escrita por una Sociedad de agricultores españoles teniendo a la vista la de ilustres autores nacionales y extranjeros, Coello, Pascual, Espejo, Navarro, Soler.". Tamaño folio. 3 volúmenes (aprox. 1000 págs. cada volumen). Encuadernación en tela editorial estampada. - Ilustrada con más de 1000 grabados intercalados en el texto y preciosos cromos representando operaciones agrícolas, construcciones rurales, árboles y plantas así peninsulares como tropicales. [Palau 91536; CCPB 156791-8] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Berrocal Libros Antiguos]
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      Little, Brown, and Company, Boston 1900 - Original printed buff boards, somewhat darkened and rubbed, but a clean copy Presentation copy to "Mrs Fairfax Harrison [nee Hetty Cary, of Virginia landed gentry, kinswoman of the Carrs, Jeffersons and Randolphs and wife of the President of the Southern Railway] / from her friend & servant / O W Holmes / February 28 1905" [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA]
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      Prometeo. 1900-1905,, Valencia - Obra completa en 23 tomos. Encuadernacion en plena piel con sobrecubierta plastica transparente; conserva cubiertas originales y ex libris del anterior propietario; magnifico estado de conservacion. 1ª edicion. Traducccion directa y literal del arabe por el Doctor J. C. Mardrud. Prólogo de E. Gómez Carrillo. Tamaño: 15,5 x 11,5 cm., 240 paginas cada tomo. LITERATURA

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        A Ball-Players Career: Being the Personal Experiences and Reminiscences of Adrian C. Anson, Late Captain of the Chicago Baseball Club

      Chicago: Era Publishing. 1900. First. First edition, first issue binding with spine lettering 3/16" tall. Illustrated with photographs. Light and neat contemporary gift inscription, tiny pinhead sized rub spot on the spine, a little modest soiling, and the front hinge neatly repaired, a nice, very good plus copy of "Cap" Anson&#39;s autobiography, a book that appears infrequently. This is a much nicer copy than the three others that have appeared at auction in the past quarter century. Anson was perhaps the greatest player of the Nineteenth Century, and this is a keystone title for any early baseball collection. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      Non précisé - RO40196302: 208 + 190 pages. Illustré de nombreuses photos en noir et blanc sur grandes planches, avec texte sur 2 colonnes en dessous. Pièce de titre rouge et titre doré sur le dos. Ouvrage en mauvais état. Plats fortement tachés. Couverture se détachant. Cahiers se détachant. Pages de titre manquante. 1er et dernier feuillets abîmés et mouillurés. Quelques feuillets déchirés et mouillures en bords de pages. Vers 1900 (avant la Révolution). Photographies de Jongh Frères. Saint-Pétersbourg, perspective Newsky. Garde impériale, Palais de Gatchina. Moscou, Enceinte Kitaï-Gorod. La maison des Romanov. Tiflis, Chameliers du Caucase. Chasse aux chiens courants. Paysanne, Grande-Russie. Place du marché à Elisabethpol. Kiev, Hôpital ophtalmique. Kharkov, Raffinerie de sucre. Sébastopol, Equipage de flotte russe. Un Slovaque. Un menuisier. Corps de cadets Nicolas. Pays du Don, Famille d'un Lieutenant-Colonel de Cosaques. Paysage de Finlande. Moujiks du Gouvernement de Mohilev. Moscou, Porte Illinsky.Kiev, 1re Section des Pompiers. Ialta, Nikitsky-Sad. Bakou. Garde impériale à Saint-Pétersbourg. In-4 Relié. Etat passable. Tâchée. Dos abîmé. Déchirures Classification Dewey : 947-Europe de l'Est, URSS [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Original-Öldruck: &#132;Dame der Gesellschaft mit Kind"

      Um 1900. - Franz von Lenbach (1836 &#150; 1904) war während der Zeit des zweiten deutschen Kaiserreiches (1870 &#150; 1918) einer der renommiertesten und bekanntesten Maler Deutschlands. Berühmt wurde Lenbach vor allem wegen seiner ausdrucksstarken Personenporträts. Hatte er sich zunächst für das Leben der einfachen Menschen (Bauern, Landleute) interessiert, so wandte er sich später, inzwischen selbst ins Großbürgertum aufgestiegen, immer mehr der &#132;besseren" Gesellschaft und den gesellschaftlichen Eliten des Reiches zu. Wer Rang und Namen hatte, ließ sich nunmehr von Lenbach porträtieren: Dazu gehörten Kaiser Wilhelm II, Kaiser Franz Josef I von Österreich-Ungarn, Reichskanzler Otto von Bismarck und Papst Leo XIII. Auch Wilhelm Busch saß Lenbach (um 1875) Modell. Insbesondere mit Bismarck, von dem zahlreiche Porträts entstanden, verband Lenbach eine langwährende freundschaftliche Beziehung. Das heutige Bismarck-Bild (der &#132;Alte vom Sachsenwald") ist nicht zuletzt durch diese Bilder entstanden. Lenbachs klassische Gemälde, vor allem seine meisterhaften Porträts, wirken heute sehr traditionell und strahlen in unveränderter Form Stil und Eleganz aus 12000 Der Leinendruck ist &#150; eventuell von Lenbach selbst bzw. auf seine Veranlassung hin &#150; meisterhaft ausgeführt und lediglich vom Fachmann bei näherer Draufsicht bzw. Betrachtung der (im Rahmen nicht sichtbaren) Leinwandränder vom Original zu unterscheiden. Sowohl Bild als auch Rahmung befinden sich in sehr schönem Zustand und weisen keine nennenswerten Mängel auf. Sehr schönes stimmungsvolles Gemälde, dessen Eleganz und Harmonie sich auf seine Umgebung überträgt. Sehr repräsentativ. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats. Original-Öldruck (Leinendruck). Öl auf Leinwand, Format: 55 x 68 cm (Rahmenmaß: 69 x 81 cm). Signiert: F. Lenbach. Datiert: 1898. Das Bild zeigt eine Dame der Gesellschaft in eleganter Robe, die ein &#150; ebenfalls festlich gekleidetes &#150; Kind auf dem Arm trägt. Es ist möglich, daß es sich hier um eine bekannte Persönlichkeit handelt und das Bild als Auftragsarbeit erstellt wurde. Der Rahmen trägt rückwärtig eine Aufschrift von alter Hand, die das Gemälde als Eigentum des Tiemannhofes (Gutshof bei Herford, 1653 erstmalig erwähnt) ausweist. Ferner ist auf der Rahmung das Datum 7.11.1933 vermerkt; hierbei dürfte es sich aber nicht um das Herstellungsdatum, sondern um das Datum eines Eigentümerwechsels handeln. Der Leinendruck ist vermutlich zeitnah am Original, eventuell gemeinsam mit diesem entstanden. Das Bild befindet sich in einem aufwendig ornamentierten Barockrahmen, bei dem es sich um den Originalrahmen handeln dürfte.

      [Bookseller: Das Konversations-Lexikon]
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        Mrs Harry Walmers, Junior, fatigued, sir?" The Holly Tree. p. 196.

      1900 1900 - Original pen and ink illustration on card (221 × 285 mm), mounted. Margins slightly marked. In excellent condition. The original illustration, signed by the artist.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Saga of Courage

      No Place: Self-published, privately bound, No Date Octavo (8.75 in. by 7.0 in.); 31pp.; very good hardcover; bumped spine; rubbed rear cover; history of Christopher C. Colbert family around 1900 in Indian Territory later became the state of Oklahoma; Chickasaw tribe finely detailed in this volume..

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      ca 1900, 1900. 4.5" x 7" x 1" wooden Miller Brothers advertising display box. The outside features a scene of school children in front of a school house burnt into the wood and is colored with red, green and black paints. The inside has the same great graphics which are in excellent condition. Original brass hinges and clasp. The box contains six compartments filled with pen nibs. Each nib is stamped. Nibs in compartment one are stamped 75/MILLER BRO&#39;S/ANTICORROSIVE; nibs in compartment two are stamped 066/MILLER BROS/VERTICAL; nibs in compartment three are stamped 016/UNITED STATES/SCHOOL PEN; nibs in compartment four are stamped UNITED STATES/BEAD PEN/044; nibs in compartment five are stamped RAILROAD/767; and nibs in compartment six are stamped 04/MILLER BROS/ATTORNEY. Miller Bros. began their manufacture of steel pens in 1882. "The first makers of pens in this country were Harrison & Bradford, their factory being located in Mount Vernon, New York. The Miller Brothers Cutlery Company bought the mechanical equipment of their plant and engaged Mr. Bradford as superintendent of the new department. In the manufacture of these delicate articles, Miller Bros. was as successful as with their cutlery." Miller Bros. manufactured pocket cutlery, steel ink erasers and steel pens. A fine and unique item. Very unusual to find a Miller Brothers advertising box filled with the nibs.

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        Napoli. Strada Santa Lucia.

      ca. 1900, albumen print, 25,3 x 19,9 cm, photograph no. 6471. KEYWORDS:italy / napoli

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      Darmstadt: Verlagsanstalt Alexander Koch, 1900. orginal publisher&#39;s binding of decorated cloth. 4to. orginal publisher&#39;s binding of decorated cloth. (xvi),204; (viii),205-468; (xvi),292; (viii),305-596 pages. 4 volumes being 1, 2, 3, 6. Early volumes in this periodical which eventually merged into Die Kunst after volume 72. With much on art nouveau. Some of the separate plates are in full color. Spines faded with wear. Front hinge of volume 2 broken.

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        The book-pedler accompanied me over the bridge." The Seven Poor Travellers. p. 155.

      1900 1900 - Original pen and ink illustration on card (234 × 284 mm), mounted. Margins a little marked. In excellent condition. The original illustration, signed by the artist, for the scene in which the protagonist bids farewell to the last of the six poor travellers. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        It is the hand of a brave Englishman". The Seven Poor Travellers. p. 151.

      1900 1900 - Original pen and ink illustration on card (235 × 284 mm), mounted. Faint marks to edges. In excellent condition. The original illustration, signed by the artist, for the scene in which Richard Doubledick meets, for the second time, the French Captain who had been leading the troops at Badajos that shot his friend Taunton. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        My friend -" began the Captain. The Seven Poor Travellers. p. 138.

      1900 1900 - Original pen and ink illustration on card (274 × 285 mm), mounted. Faint marks to edges. In excellent condition. The original illustration, signed by the artist, for the scene in which Captain Taunton comforts Richard Doubledick, and pulls him out of his dejection. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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