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        Albums photos Pays Basque -

      1900-1901 - 1900 - 2 albums. 3.6 x 5 cm 284 petites photographies originales du Pays Basque (1900 et 1901) en noir et blanc, classées dans 2 albums de la marque Kodak. Toutes tranches dorées. En bon état. Souvenirs de villégiature d'une famille de la bourgeoisie à Biarritz, Saint-Jean de Luz, Guéthary et Bayonne. Presque toutes les photos sont légendées. Principalement des vues de sites architecturaux ou naturels prises dans ces 4 villes et un certain nombre de scènes pittoresques (procession du 17 juin à Biarritz, boeufs travaillant à un terrassement, voiture à âne, marché aux boeufs de la négresse, douaniers, mendiant, pêcheur, marchand espagnol, jeu de pelotte, bohémiens). Environ un quart des photos sont d'ordre familial. Les 33 dernières photos ont été prises à Rheinfelden en 1902 et Bagnols et Uzès en 1903. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI]
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        The Works. With editorial introductions by Paul Leicester Ford, Edward Everett Hale, Capt. Alfred T. Mahan.

      New York and London: D. Appleton & Company, [c.1900] - 32 volumes, octavo (210 x 139 mm). Octavo. Contemporary dark blue half morocco, uniformly faded to tan, titles and floral decoration to spines gilt in compartments separated by raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Spines and boards a little rubbed, an excellent set. With steel engravings in colour and in monochrome. Title pages printed in colour on vellum. Mohican edition. This edition is limited to 250 sets of which this is number 52.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        HISTOIRE DE L'ART DU JAPON - Ouvrage publié par la Commission Impériale du Japon à l'Exposition universelle de Paris, 1900

      Paris: Maurice de Brunoff, 1900 - In-Folio - 279pp - 5 Color Plates, 68 B/w Plates (double-page) 99 B/w reproductions all protected with the original glassine. Luxurious work published on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition of 1900. Text in French language. Half-vellum Binding decorated with the publisher, percaline dishes, silk guards, golden head. In Fine condition (approx. 6 Kilograms) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lord Jim.

      London: William Blackwood & Sons, 1900. First edition of one of Conrad's finest novels. Octavo, original cloth. A near fine example with some wear to the extremities and the endpapers ever so slightly browned. First printing with the first issue points including the misprints "anyrate" p. 77, l. 5, "cure" (instead of "cured") p. 226, 7 lines from the bottom, the omission of "keep" after "can" p. 226, 7 lines from the bottom, and "his" p. 319, last line, being printed below the line. "In a moment of crisis, an idealistic ship's officer abandons his post, leaving several hundred passengers to drown. The event at the center of Joseph Conrad's acclaimed novel establishes the character and fate of Jim. Tormented by his defection from his code of conduct, Jim embarks on the globe-traveling quest to regain honor. In the process, he insinuates himself as a leader among a people unaware of his past. Arthur Symons and other critics read Lord Jim as an exploration of Conrad's own 'ideal of an applauded heroism', an ideal that confronts the demands of pragmatism. Others see an allegory for Conrad's guilt over abandoning his native Poland or, alternatively, a story of universal shame. Conrad has come under modern attack for associating 'natives' with chaos and evil. But in Conrad's novels, it is ultimately the colonial system itself that is fraught with horror." (NYPL Books of the Century 67). Listed by Modern Library as one of the 100 great novels of the twentieth century.

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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.

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        The Works of Theophile Gautier in 24 Volumes. Translated By F. C. De Sumichrast

      George D. Sproul, 1900-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. 24 volume set. Octavo. Finely bound by The Trautz-Bauzonnet bindery in Green morocco leather with full gilt-paneled gilt fleur-de-lis borders, spine compartments. Gilt geometric center cover panels with red morocco inlay. Gilt fleur-de-lis turn ins. Gilt fleur-de-lis scarlet morocco doublures. Raised bands. Minor rubbing to a few spine heads. Very minor fading to spines. Top edge gilt. Marbled end pages. No. 9 of 300 sets. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US.

      [Bookseller: SequiturBooks]
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        The Adventures of a Journalist

      London: Sands & Company, 1900. First Edition. One of the least common Queen's Quorum titles. Rear hinge starting; minor bumping and wear; very good or better; in a custom quarter-morocco clamshell box.

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc.]
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        De vita et moribus Julii Agricolae Liber

      Doves Press, 1900. One of 225 copies, with cut signatures of Emery Walker & J W Mackail pasted to ffep, engraved bookplate of W H F Shewring to paste down. Original limp vellum, glassine dust-jacket ("The Bookshop of Douglas Clevedon…Bristol". 8vo, 1900. This was the first book publ by the Doves Press in Nov 1900. Offsetting from glassine onto adjacent endpaper only. Else, fine.. Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Adlitem]
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        L'Ermitage - Revue artistique et littéraire Année complète 1900 EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Bureaux de la Revue, 1900. Fine. Bureaux de la Revue, Paris 1900, 11,5x18,5cm, 2 volumes reliés. - Originale.binding editor to bradel half dark green calico, smooth back, as part of black morocco, gilt small iron and double gold in net queue.Douze numbers from January to December 1900. conservées.Chaque number Covers Edition is illustrated with a literary xylographie.Contributions Henry Bataille, Paul Claudel, Paul Fort, Henri Ghéon, André Gide, Francis Jammes, etc.Publication founded in 1890 by Henri Mazel, the Hermitage is a monthly magazine owned by the first wave Small journals Symbolists. In 1895, the magazine between declining and its new director, Edouard Ducoté, uses André Gide. The editorial team is reduced to twelve regular contributors, friends Gide. After many difficulties and attempts to overhaul the editorial team (Remy de Gourmont to make a pass and will also contribute financially in 1905), the Hermitage breathed his last in 1906. The Hermitage manages to detach other important magazines of the time as the Mercure de France or La Revue blanche because it boasts eclectic and apolitical; on its cover, you can also read that it is "the only journal that deals with politics or sociology [but] which deals only with literature and art." His illustrations are small art nouveau, and, true to his state of mind symbolist, employees are more interested in poetry than novel. Tiphaine Samoyault, French literary critic, says that the Hermitage expresses a transition straddles the fin de siècle aestheticism and poetry avant-garde of the 1910s. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure de l'éditeur à la bradel en demi percaline verte foncée, dos lisse, pièce de titre de maroquin noir, petit fer doré et double filet doré en queue. Douze numéros de janvier à décembre 1900. Couvertures conservées. Chaque numéro est illustré d'une xylographie. Contributions littéraires de Henry Bataille, Paul Claudel, Paul Fort, Henri Ghéon, André Gide, Francis Jammes, etc. Publication fondée en 1890 par Henri Mazel, l'Ermitage est une revue mensuelle appartenant à la première vague des petites revues symbolistes. Dans les années 1895, la revue entre en déclin, et son nouveau directeur, Edouard Ducoté, fait appel à André Gide. L'équipe de rédaction est alors réduite à douze collaborateurs réguliers, amis de Gide. Après de multiples difficultés et tentatives de remaniement de l'équipe rédactionnelle (Remy de Gourmont y fera un passage et y contribuera également financièrement en 1905), l'Ermitage rend son dernier soupir en 1906. L'Ermitage parvient à se détacher d'autres revues importantes de l'époque comme le Mercure de France ou la Revue blanche car elle se revendique éclectique et apolitique ; sur sa couverture, on peut d'ailleurs lire que c'est "la seule Revue qui ne s'occupe ni de politique ni de sociologie [mais] qui traite uniquement de littérature et d'art." Ses petites illustrations sont de style art nouveau, et, fidèle à son état d'esprit symboliste, ses collaborateurs s'intéressent davantage à la poésie qu'au roman. Tiphaine Samoyault, critique littéraire française, estime que l'Ermitage exprime une transition à cheval sur l'esthétisme fin de siècle et la poésie d'avant-garde des années 1910.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Secret Memoirs of the Courts of Europe from the 16th to the 19th Century.

      Philadelphia: George Barrie, [c.1900] - 24 volumes, octavo (215 x 140 mm). Contemporary green morocco by Stikeman for Brentano's, titles to spine gilt, spine decorated gilt in compartments, covers elaborately gilt, wide turn-ins, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Spines toned, occasional rubbing to extremities; an excellent set. Frontispieces in coloured and uncoloured states, richly illustrated with all plates in two states, all with tissue-guards. Limited edition, number 262 of 1,000 sets printed on japon; this set printed for Mr Thomas Breslin. An attractive and richly illustrated work on European court intrigue, which includes works on the courts of Marie Antoinette and Napoleon. With the bookplate of William Lawrence O'Neill (1935–2016) to the front pastedowns, and his initialled inscriptions dated December 1932 to the front free binder's blanks of vols. V and IX. From the library, though unmarked as such, of Walter Ward Jr.

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        Ornastele E,nossed Metal Ceilings Dadoes Friezes Comices & Mouldings

      1900 CIRCA 1900 - General wear, top right corner creased, with water stain at the top right corner throughout (doesn't effect the text or illustrations), rubbed extremities, small pencil marking on front endpaper, small water stain at foot of spine, previous owners stamp on front cover & post title page page, title page and copyright page has been torn out. FULL PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS OF DECORATIVE CEILINGS SUPERB DESIGNS OF A LOST ART. DATE PUBLISHED: 1900 CIRCA EDITION: 160 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Seconde Patrie.

      S.D. (1900), Collection Hetzel - Grand in-8 ( 280 X 185 mm ) de 471 pages, cartonnage de percaline polychrome de l’éditeur ( signé Engel, plaque de C. Blancheland ) "à la mappemonde dorée", dos "au phare", 2ème plat type «q», toutes tranches dorées. 68 illustrations de Georges ROUX dont 12 grandes chromotypographies. Première édition. In-fine, catalogue BH de 4 pages. Très rares rousseurs claires, bel exemplaire. Verne,Voyages,Cartonnage,Enfantina,Hetzel, [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Works. With biographical introductions by his daughter, Anne Ritchie. In thirteen volumes.

      London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1900 - 13 volumes, octavo (195 x 128 mm). Contemporary burgundy half morocco, titles and centre tool to spines, raised bands, burgundy cloth boards, marbled endpapers and edges. Some occasional light foxing, spines rubbed and uniformly faded to brown, a very good set. Photogravure portrait frontispiece of the author with tissue guard and further black and white plates. A handsomely bound set of Thackeray's works.

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        The Copper Resources of California, Bulletin No 23; (bound with) Oil and Gas Yielding Formations of California, Bulletin 19; (bound with) Saline Deposits of California, Bulletin 24

      San Francisco and Sacramento: California State Mining Bureau, 1900. 3 volumes bound as one. All three are First Editions, published 1902/1901/1902 respectively -- not cheaply-made modern reprints. Bound together in black cloth with black leather spine and corners, stamped in shiny gold on the spine. The leather joints have a hairline crack. SEE PHOTOS. The original colored wraps for all three books are bound-in. The binding is in Near Very Good condition. Internal condition is Very Good+. The ink stamp of Harry M. Roche is on the front endpaper. All three books are profusely illustrated with photos and maps. Many of the maps are fold-out and printed in color. COPPER RESOURCES has 69 illustrations (mostly photos) and 8 maps of which 3 are folding. The largest: Map of California Copper Deposits, unfolds to 29.5" wide by 36" tall. Another fold-out is: Geological Map of the Western Portion of the Shasta County Copper Belt. OIL AND GAS YIELDING FORMATIONS has 35 photos and 13 fold-out maps, including Geological Map of Territory between Los Angeles and Santa Ana River; Los Angeles Oil Fields 1898-1900; Geological Sketch Map of the Peninsula of San Pedro; Geological Sketch Map of SE Portion of Orange Co.; Devils Gate Oil District; Sketch Map of Summerland Oil Wells; Coalinga Oil District, Fresno Co. 1900; etc. SALINE DEPOSITS has 98 photos and 5 maps. Three of the maps are folding. Two of them are quite large and in color: Map of California Saline Deposits 1902 [unfolds to 29" wide by 36" tall]; Saline Deposits of the Southern Portion of California [unfolds to 30.5" wide by 30.5" tall].. First Editions. Hardcover. Near Very Good condition. 8vo. 282pp. + 236pp. + 215pp.

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      Berlin: Egon Fleischel,. N.D.. Hardcover. (1900) , Viertes bis Sechtes Tausend. Original decorated publisher’s cloth, 4to. Unpaginated (about 100 pages) . INSCRIBED BY E. M. LILIEN on blank front endpaper. A beautifully illustrated book of German poems on Biblical themes by Lilien's Christian friend Börries Freiherr von Münchausen (1874-1945) , a German poet and writer. This rare book is decorated with many elaborate engravings and decorated text frames made by early Bezalel artist E. M. Lilien. 240x185mm. Unpaginated. This fine example of Jewish Jugendstil signed by its foremost representative. Repair to top of spine, very light use wear, otherwise Very Good Condition, a beautiful copy. (AMR-39-6) .

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        Mexico (title from cover)

      67-page photograph album with 118 original late 19th or early 20th century black-and-white photographs and 15 photochromes depicting political figures, landscape views, towns and townspeople, daily life, churches, art, architecture, and scenes from daily life, some photographs with handwritten captions in pencil or with incised label within the plate, locations include Zacatecas, Silao, the Catedral de Aguascalientes, Tampico, Guanajuato, Queretaro, Mexico City, Orizaba, Xalapa, Oaxaca, and Mitla, scenes include bullfighting, washing and mixing ore, a funeral, laundry, spinning, weaving, coffee plantations, sugar cane, canyons, the Árbol del Tule, many of the photographs signed within the plate "Scott" (for Homer Scott) or "Waite Photo" (for Charles Burlingame Waite). Some scattered minor soiling or age-darkening to some album pages, photographs overall in very good condition, a few with minor fading, some of the photochromes with wear or loss. Most photographs 5" x 7". Oblong 4to. 3/4 leather album, professionally repaired. N.p. (various cities in Mexico) circa 1900. Homer Scott, born in 1880, was a founding member of the American Society of Cinematographers in 1919, but in his early years he made several trips from El Paso, Texas into Mexico to photograph both sides of the Mexican Revolution. During one trip he was arrested and nearly executed as a spy before being released. He took photographs for several publications including the New York Herald, founded the Scott Photo Company, and worked with the Mexican War Photo Postcard Company. Charles Burlingame Waite was originally from California, and worked briefly in El Paso before moving to Mexico in 1896. He opened a photography studio in Mexico City that remained in operation until Waite left Mexico in 1913. During those years Waite photographed archaeological and scientific expeditions, contributed to periodicals and tourist guides, and worked on commission for a number of business. He became best known for his photographs of landscapes and daily life, which were widely distributed as postcards.

      [Bookseller: F.A. Bernett Books]
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        Bound collection of 39 offprints [see below]

      V.p., 1900. Bound in order by size together in early 20th-century tan cloth (a bit dampstained), "Orthopedics" printed on spine; spine head cracked, gift bookplate of the Library of the Bridgeport Medical Association on front pastedown, hinges reinforced, top inner corner of front free endpaper torn; not the most attractive item, but a valuable collection nonetheless. Illustrated broadsheet, "The New Therapy Bulletin" no. 10, dated August, 1903, laid in. 1. Wilson, H. Augustus. The pathology of hip-joint disease, with illustrative cases. [Philadelphia, 1890]. Pp. 14; lecture delivered at the Jefferson Medical College Hospital, Philadelphia. Harvard and NLM only in OCLC. 2. Judson, A.B. The rotary element in lateral curvature of the spine. New York: Trow's Printing and Bookbinding Co., 1890. Reprinted from the Medical Record, November 1, 1890. Pp. 12; text illustrations. OCLC locates two copies in North America, at Harvard and Michigan. 3. Judson, A.B. The weight of the body in its relation to the pathology and treatment of club-foot. [New York: n.p., 1892.] Text illustraitons; pp. 15; lecture read before the American Orthopædic Association, New York, September 21, 1892. 4. Peterson, Frederick. Some practical points in the diagnosis of spinal-cord lesions. New York: Trow Directory, 1892. Reprinted from the Medical Record, November 12, 1892. Text illustrations; pp. 12. Not in OCLC. 5. Elliott, George R. Contribution to treatment of special caries, with speical reference to the woven wire corset. [New York, ca. 1890s.] "Read before The American Medical Association." Text illustrations, some photographic, throughout; pp. 11, [1]. Not in OCLC. 6. Taylor, Henry Ling. Principles and methods of examination in orthopædic practice. [New York, 1889.] "Read before the Northwestern Medical and Surgical Society of N.Y., June 19th, 1889"; pp. 20. 7. Taylor, Henry Ling. The prevention and treatment of crural adduction. [New York, 1889.] Reprinted from the Medical News, March 23, 1889; originally read before the New York Academy of Medicine, Orthopædic Section, Feb. 15, 1887; text illustrations; pp. 18. 8. Taylor, Henry Ling. A case of Pott's disease with an unusual deformity: description of improved spinal apparatus. [New York, 1887.] "Case related and apparatus shown at the meeting of the Orthopædic Association, New York, June 15 and 16, 1887"; text illustrations; pp. 8. Yale and Harvard only in OCLC. 9. Taylor, Henry Ling. The treatment of pes equino-varus by continuous leverage. New York: Trow's Printing and Bookbinding Co., 1890. Reprinted from the Medical Record, March 8, 1890; text illustrations; pp. 14. Harvard only in OCLC. 10. Judson, A.B. "Is more conservatism desirable in the treatment of the joint diseases of children?" [New York, 1889.] "Read before the Orange Mountain Medical Society, April 12, 1889"; pp. 8. 11. Taylor, Henry Ling. Growth in spondylitics. [New York]: D. Appleton and Company, 1898. Reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for October 8, 1898; folding chart plate; pp. 5. Not in OCLC. 12. Taylor, Henry Ling. The therapeutic value of systematic passive respiratory movements. New York: Trow's Printing and Bookbinding Co., 1889. Reprinted from the Medical Record, May 4, 1889; text illustrations and tables throughout; pp. 12. Yale only in OCLC. 13. Taylor, Henry Ling. The mechanical treatment of senile coxitis. [New York, 1888.] Reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for December 15, 1888; pp. 5. "Read before the American Orthopædic Association at its second annual meeting." Yale and Harvard only in OCLC. 14. Wilson, H. Augustus. Scope of orthopedics--The forms of club-foot--Tenotomy. [Philadelphia? ca. 1891.] Pp. 26. Harvard only in OCLC. 15. Judson, A.B. A criticism of Willett's operation for talipes calcaneus. [New York, 1890.] Reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for August 23, 1890; text illustrations; pp. 12. "Read before the Orthopædic Section of the New York Academy of Medicine, March 21, 1890." OCLC locates one copy in North America, at Harvard. 16. Judson, A.B. The pendent limb in the treatment of joint diseases of the lower extremity. [New York, ca. 1890.] Pp. 3. Pamphlet top edge torn away with pieces laid in. 17. Wiener, Alex. C. The extension corset and its indications. Chicago: American Medical Association Press, 1896. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Medical Association, April 25, 1896"; text illustrations; pp. 23. Harvard only in OCLC. 18. Taylor, Henry Ling. The mechanical treatment of osteitis of the knee. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1893. Reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for November 18, 1893; text illustrations; pp. 12. Harvard only in OCLC. 19. Brown, Dillon. Osteoclasis for the correction of deformities. New York: Trow's Printing and Bookbinding Co., 1887. Reprinted from the Medical Record, December 3, 1887; pp. 12. Not in OCLC. 20. Arnold, E.H. A case of congenital elevated shoulder. [N.p., ca. 1890.] Black and white x-ray photograph; pp. 4. Not in OCLC. 21. Taylor, Henry Ling. The value of mechanical treatment in old and neglected cases of Pott's disease. [Washington, D.C., 1891.] Reprinted from the Medical News, December 5, 1894; text illustrations; pp. 11. "Read before the American Orthopedic Association, Washington, September 23, 1891." Not in OCLC. 22. Taylor, Henry Ling. The treatment of club-foot by continuous leverage. [New York]: D. Appleton and Company, 1892. Reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for November 19, 1892; text illustrations; pp. 7. "Read before the American Orthopædic Association, New York, September 21, 1895." 23. Wilson, H. Augustus. The necessity for early correction in congenital club-foot. [Philadelphia, ca. 1890.] "Delivered at the Jefferson Medical College Hospital"; pp. 10. 24. Wilson, H. Augustus. Clinical lecture--tenotomy by open incision for talipesequinus; torticollis from rheumatoidal arthritis; subcutaneous tenotomy of sterno-cleido-mastoid for torticollis. [N.p., 1892.] Reprinted from the American Lancet, February, 1895; pp. 12. Not in OCLC. 25. Tenotomy by open and subcutaneous incision, tubercular synovitis and osteitis of shoulder. [N.p., ca. 1890.] Pp. 8. 26. Case, Meigs. Spinal disease and spinal curvature. New York: Jennings, 1885. Reprinted from the Medical Record, New York, Dec. 27, 1884; text illustrations; pp. 16. Harvard only in OCLC. 27. Wilson, H. Augustus. Clinical lecture. 1. Subcutaneous osteotomy of femur--2. Incipient hip-joint disease. [Philadelphia, ca. 1890.] "Delivered at the Jefferson Medical College Hospital"; pp. 7. Not in OCLC. 28. Wilson, H. Augustus. Practical details in the preparation of plaster of Paris bandages. [Philadelphia, 1893.] Reprinted from the Philadelphia Polyclinic, February and March, 1893; text illustrations; pp. [31]-36. "An evening lecture delivered at the Polyclinic Hospital." 29. Wilson, H. Augustus. Practical details in the application of plaster of Paris bandages. [Philadelphia, 1893.] Pp. 78-82. 30. Wilson, H. Augustus. Free incision of abscess of ostitis of hip; and closure without drainage. [Philadelphia, 1893.] Reprinted from the Transactions of the Philadelphia County Medical Society, January 11, 1893; pp. 6. "Read January 11, 1893." OCLC locates one copy in North America, at Harvard. 31. Taylor, Henry Ling. A bivalve plastic splint for Pott's disease. [Boston, 1898.] Black and white photographic text illustrations; pp. 7. "Read at the meeting of the American Orthopedic Association, Boston, May 18, 1898." Not in OCLC. 32. Wilson, H. Augustus. Report of a case of spina bifida, with partial motor and sensory paralysis of both extremities, complete paralysis of the sphincters of the bladder and rectum, double equinovarus, and purulent bursitis. [Philadelphia, 1891.] Reprinted from Transactions of American Orthopedic Association, September, 1891; photographic illustrations; pp. 6. Harvard only in OCLC. 33. Gibney, Virgil P. Mechanical and surgical problems in the paralyses of children. [Hartford, 1900.] "Read before the Hartford Medical Society, April 2, 1900"; pp. 12. Not in OCLC. 34. Wilson, H. Augustus. Bone operations for the correction of club-foot, based upon an analysis of 435 operations by 108 operators. [Philadelphia, 1893.] Reprinted from the Transactions of the American Orthopedic Association, September, 1893; pp. 36. Royal College of Surgeons (UK) only in OCLC. 35. Geyser, Albert C. The treatment of chronic diseases by physical therapeutics through the sympathetic nervous system, with explanation of the author's method of electrical localization of disease via the spinal column...Abstract from original article. [New York, 1903.] "Read in the regular monthly meeting of the Clinical Society of the New York School of Physical Therapeutics, June 19th, 1903"; pp. 7. 36. Taylor, Henry Ling. Exercise and vigor. [Washington, 1898.] Reprinted from the Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette, August, 1898; pp. [6]. "Read at the meeting of the National Education Association, Washington, July 8, 1898." Not in OCLC. 37. Truax, Charles. Amputations in the light of prothetical science. [Buffalo, 1891.] "Read before the National Association of Railway Surgeons at Buffalo, New York, May 1st, 1891"; pp. 21. Stanford only in OCLC. 38. Wilson, H. Augustus. A clinical lecture on the prevention of idiopathic rotary lateral curvatures of the spine. [Philadelphia, ca. 1890.] Three plates of black and white photographs; pp. 10. Not in OCLC. 39. Stillman, Charles. Recent contributions to orthopedic surgery...I. Lateral rotary curvature of the spine. II. Round shoulders. III. Pott's disease. [New York?: The Florence, ca. 1890.] Text illustrations, pp. 18. Not in OCLC.

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        Savrola. A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania.

      New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1900 - Octavo. Original dark blue cloth, titles to spine and within single frame to front board gilt. Housed in a custom blue cloth flat back box. Spine slightly toned, a couple of light marks to contents, endpapers and edges slightly foxed. An excellent copy in bright cloth. First edition in book form, first printing, of Churchill's only novel, his third published book, but the first he undertook to write, and the second he completed. Churchill's melodramatic tale of liberal revolution in an autocratic Mediterranean state was originally serialised in Macmillan's Magazine between May and December 1899. This edition, published in 4,000 copies on 1 February 1900, preceded the UK issue by twelve days, possibly as US law required a foreign-authored book to be manufactured in America to ensure copyright protection. "Whether they deem it a key indication of Churchill's innermost philosophy and political morality or just a yarn, Savrola continues to exert a grip on devotees of the canon" (Langworth). Cohen A3.1.a; Langworth pp. 38-41; Woods A3(a). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Duplex grammatice artis isagoge ab eodem multis nuper locupletata schematibus, .[Paris], Ambrosius Girault (colophon: Paris, printed by Nicolai Savetier for Ambrosius Girault, 25 July 1525). Small 4to (20 x 13.5 cm). With a large woodcut device on title-page, about 25 woodcut "Lombardic" initials plus about 10 repeats, and about 20 line fillers. With the device, all initials and line fillers richly coloured by hand with extensive use of gold, four lines of text on title-page, nearly all paragraph marks and some capitals gilt. Black sheepskin (ca. 1900).

      - Bibl. Belg. P317 (IV, p. 714: 1 copy); Moreau III, 887 (2 copies). Richly and beautifully hand-decorated copy of a very rare edition of a Latin school grammar by Pierre de Ponte (1475-1539). The decoration goes beyond mere colouring and the application of gold. Some of the initials have flowers or figures painted in that do not seem to be present in the printed initial, so that two initials that were probably printed from the same block sometimes appear different in details of form. Born at Bruges, De Ponte was blinded at age three but became a school teacher at Paris. The title-page calls him caecus Brugensis (the blind man of Bruges). His Latin grammar distinguished itself by its methods and scholarly qualities, teaching children by questions and answers in prose, with examples taken from classical authors. The first part treats Latin grammar and the second part Latin syntax. Only two other copies of the present edition are known.Title-page with a faint early owner's inscription. Some restorations and water stains in the title-page and it and the following leaf somewhat browned, but the rest of the leaves are in very good condition. The binding has cracks in the hinges and scuff marks mostly at the corners, but is still good. Very rare edition of a classic Latin school grammar, beautifully coloured and decorated with extensive use of gold.

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        [Public Bath House].[Japan, ca. 1900]. (70 x 98.5 cm). Watercolour on silk, highlighted with white, gold, and perhaps mica.

      Large Japanese watercolour with a charming scene in a Japanese bath house. The interior of the bath house shows seven women and four children washing themselves and dressing. One of the women is already fully dressed in a blue and green kimono. In good condition.

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        Formula vivendi canonico[rum] sive vicario[rum] seculariu[m] aut etiam alio[rum] devoto[rum] presbiterorum. (Colophon: Delft, [Christiaen Snellaert], April 1496). 4to (19.5×13.5). With the main text in a rotunda type (64G), quire signatures in a slightly larger rotunda (82G), title and text opening in a larger textura (145G) and a few small printed "Lombardic" uncial initials. Rubricated throughout, with 1 4-line and a few smaller red "lombardic" uncial initials written or drawn in the blank spaces provided, red paragraph marks; type area 14.5×9 cm. Half vellum (ca. 1900?).

      - Campbell 755 = 1309 (II); Hain 7256; IDL 3955; ISTC ir00286200; Oates 3376; Van Thienen & Goldfinch 1885; Voulliéme, Trier 2368. Rare first and only edition published in the Northern Netherlands of a theological treatise presenting regimens for the best way of life for canons and priests. Especially the many dangers threatening monastic and cloistered life are dealt with at length. The first edition in the Low Countries was printed in Alost by Thierry Martens ca. 1486/89. The present Delft edition was printed by the prolific printer-publisher Christiaen Snellaert. Werner Rolewick (1425-1502) was a German Carthusian monk who composed many theological and devotional treatises and some important historical works, of which his Fascilucum temporum, a general history of the world, is by far the best known. Lacking the final blank. In very good condition and with generous margins. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Association Football & The Men Who Made It. Fully Illustrated. In Four Volumes.

      London, The Caxton Publishing Co. n.d. ca1900 - 4 vols. Hardback. Approx 9.5 x 7 inches. In blue cloth with black and white lettering and coloured footballer vignette to front boards and spines. Plain endpapers. REALLY BRIGHT COPIES. In very good conditions. Some slight rubbing to corners and ends of spines. A couple of small bumps to boards; front edge and spine of vol.1. Bump to front of vol.3. Small nick to bottom front edge of vol.1. Some minor marks to cloth on vols2&4. slight darkening to endpapers. A couple of minor handling marks, some light foxing/spotting to outer page edges. Else inside pages very clean and tight throughout. Illustrated with many full-page B&W plates and illustrations within text. Some plates are bordered in gilt.

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        Die Brandenburg und ein Schwesterschiff vor Tsingtau" (Einsatz zur Niederschlagung des Boxeraufstandes in China 1900/01) originales Ölgemälde auf Malplatte ca.30,5x45,5cm; rechts unten signiert und datiert "(19)14"

      - ["The Brandenburg and a sister ship near Tsingtau" (Operation to crack down the Boxer-Rebellion in China 1900/01) original oil painting on chipboard approx.30,5x45,5cm; bottom right signed and dated "(19)14"] Maße im schwarz-braunen Holzrahmen mit goldfarbener Innenleiste 46x61cm. Dimensions of the black-brown wood frame with goldcolour inner frame 46x61cm. [Mit kräftigem Pinselstrich treibt der Zügel-Schüler die beiden Kriegsschiffe gegeneinander, die das mit breiter Spachtel aufgetragene Meer durchpflügen. Auch den Pulverdampf der Feuer speienden Geschütze türmt der Meister mit der Spachtel zu einem dicken Wolkenberg auf.] [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Lord Jim

      London & Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1900. First edition, one of 2105 copies. 1 vols. 8vo. Original green decorated cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Minor rubbing to extremities, spine discolored with gilt dulled; front hinge starting but sound, Eugene Plunkett bookplate and his notation of this book's number in his library above, and unobtrusive Henry Sotheran & Co. Bookseller label on front pastedown offset to facing flyleaf, ownership inscription above bookplate dated 1901, few penciled notes at rear. First edition, one of 2105 copies. 1 vols. 8vo. INSCRIBED TO CUNNINGHAME GRAHAM. First edition, presentation copy, inscribed by Conrad on the front free endpaper: "To R.B. Cunninghame Graham, affectionately from the Author." Conrad's superb novel of the east, inscribed to a cherished and influential friend, R.B. Cunninghame Graham sometime, M.P., rancher, author, aristocrat and socialist, upon whose knowledge of South America Conrad drew while writing Nostromo. "His appearance and South American travels made him the model for Charles Gould in Nostromo, the greatest novel by his friend Joseph Conrad. (He had been prompt to hail the Polish-born novelist, and their friendship extended from 1897 until Conrad's death in 1924. The essay 'Inveni portum' is a moving obituary.) He contributed elements to Etchingham Granger, the central character in The Inheritors (1901), by Conrad and F. M. Hueffer" (ODNB). In 1899, Conrad had initially intended to dedicate the volume of stories containing Heart of Darkness to Cunninghame Graham, but when published, as Youth and Other Stories, that book was dedicated to Conrad's wife Jessie. Conrad later dedicated Typhoon to Cunninghame Graham. "A particularly sustaining friendship was with R. B. Cunninghame Graham, the aristocratic socialist and adventurer" (ibid). Smith 5; Cagle A5a(1); Keating 25; Connolly 100; Wise 7

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        Mr. Bunny His Book

      Saalfield Publishing Company, Akron, OH - (1900). Pictorial boards, corners worn, edges rubbed, some chipping of paper along spine, mild marginal finger soil internally but really the book is clean overall internally. A really marvelous book that is very difficult to find. Each page is printed in color and features Denslow-esque artwork and a funny limerick or rhyme. Size: 4to [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Right Whale, (Plate 65).

      Vienna: Gerold & Son, ca. 1900. Color lithograph. I just love this image - the happy old fellow cavorting in Arctic seas, with no idea of the trouble he's about to encounter. Gerold & Son were an old Austrian printing firm. Between 1880 and the 1920s they produced "Hartinger's Wall Plates for the Education in Natural History," a series of zoological and botanical chromolithographs designed for educational use in schools. This delightful image by Joseph Fleischmann shows a right whale, floating impossibly high in the water (for educational reasons, I'm sure) with a whale boat bearing down and the mother ship in the distance. As befits its subject, the lithograph is huge, measuring 28 x 38 1/2 inches. Very good condition.

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        Les tréteaux du succès : Figures de bronze ou statues de neige

      first edition on the current paper.Signed autograph from the author to the French journalist Paul Mathieix Action.Book decorated with illustrations of Lucien Métivet.A few minor scratches on his back lightly browned, some spots on the flat poremier well as the earliest and latest leaflets.Flammarion Paris 1900 12x19cm broché

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        le jardin de la mer-herbier marin-

      sans nom d editeur, france 1900 - superbe herbier marin sans nom d auteur,sans nom d edition, sans date circa 1890-1900.reliure percaline marron,dos cuir a six nerfs,titre dore sur le plat et le dos.soixante planches montees sur onglets et chacune,protegee par une serpente.le nom savant correspondant est inscrit en bas ,a droite de chaque planche.aucune rousseur.poids 2,150kg.format 38 x27 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kabinettfotoalbum wohl der Burschenschaft Landsmannschaft Teutonia Heidelberg-Rostock und teils wohl Rhenania mit zahlreichen eingesteckten Fotos um 1900.

      Heidelberg - Studentica: Foto-Erinnerungsalbum mit zahlreichen Kabinettfotos von studierenden Burschenschaftlern aus Heidelberg. Gewidmet von Fritz Slenk seinem lieben Heinrich Pantel zur freundlichen Erinnerung 1900. Offenbar ein Album der Landsmannschaft Teutonia Heidelberg-Rostock. Mit goldgeprägtem Widmungsblatt und 4 eingesteckten größeren Kabinettfotos mit Doppelporträt oder Gruppenporträt ( ca. 17 x 11 cm ) und ca. 60 lose eingesteckten Einzelporträts mit Burschenschaftlern mit farbigen Mützen im Format 10,5 x 6,5 cm auf starkem Karton. Die Fotos verso teils beschriftet mit Angabe des Porträtierten und persönlicher Widmung, jeweils aufgenommen durch F. Langbein & Cie, Hofphotographen, Heidelberg. Ferner 1 Doppelporträt 2 Herren mit verbundenen Köpfen offenbar nach durchlebter Mansur. Ferner 2 größere eingesteckte Porträts aus dem Atelier Lohengrin C. Berne, München, verso jeweils mit Angabe des Porträtierten und persönlicher Widmung an Heinrich Pantel um 1900. Ca. 40 Einsteckschübe auf Kartonseiten sind leer. Zusammen in einem handgefertigtem lederbezogenen geschnitzten Holzdeckelalbum, 4° ( 32,5 x 25 cm ) mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt ( Vorsatzblatt mit Stempel-Signet *Kunstgewerbliche Werkstatt Carl Werner, Heidelberg * ), 4 eingelegten Emaillefeldern ( u.a. das Signet der Landsmannschaft Teutonia Heidelberg-Rostock ) und 2 Schließen. Der Einband von guter Erhaltung, innen die lose eingesteckten Fotos von meist guter Erhaltung, wenige gering fleckig. Die aus starkem Karton gefertigten Trägerseiten teils etwas fleckig oder gering stockfleckig, wenige gering beschädigt. Insgesamt guter Zustand. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 3500 Gramm )( Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage – further pics at request ) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Grey Fairy Book

      Longmans, Green & Co, 1900. - First edition. 8vo. 387pp. Publishers grey boards with gilt decoration to spine & front board. A fine copy with fresh & clean boards. Bright gilt. A couple of very small marks to rear board o/w superb. Internally ink name of Thomas Hutchinson & shelf number to endpaper & usual sporadic foxing. Small mark to front endpaper. A very attractive copy. Thomas Hutchinson 1856-1938 lived in Northumberland & was a published poet & a childrens book collector on an heroic scale; he had two library sales, one in Sothebys, 1905 & a three day sale held by Anderson & Garland of Newcastle in 1921. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Anna Sewell

      , 1900. 1900. Pen and ink on board, signed "H. C." at upper left edge. 1 vols. Image approx. 4-1/4 x 3-1/4 inches. Matted. Cole, Herbert. Pen and ink on board, signed "H. C." at upper left edge. 1 vols. Image approx. 4-1/4 x 3-1/4 inches. According to Houfe, Herbert Cole was an important artist, known for his work as a draughtsman, illustrator, engraver and designer of bookplates. His work, using either "a flamboyant art nouveau style or …comic illustrations", appeared in many magazines in the last decade of the nineteenth century, and in the early 1900s he was "combining a fluid pen with the most sensuous colouring, his designs [were] always inventive" recalling the work of Walter Crane. Houfe p. 264

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        Mrs. Gatty

      1900. Pen and ink on board, signed "H. C." at lower right. 1 vols. Image approx. 4 x 3 inches. Matted. Cole, Herbert (1867-1930). Pen and ink on board, signed "H. C." at lower right. 1 vols. Image approx. 4 x 3 inches. One of a series of prominent English authors, this portrait was apparently unused. According to Houfe, Herbert Cole was an important artist, known for his work as a draughtsman, illustrator, engraver and designer of bookplates. His work, using either "a flamboyant art nouveau style or...comic illustrations", appeared in many magazines in the last decade of the nineteenth century, and in the early 1900s he was "combining a fluid pen with the most sensuous colouring, his designs [were] always inventive" recalling the work of Walter Crane.

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        Anna Sewell

      1900 - Cole, Herbert. Pen and ink on board, signed "H. C." at upper left edge. 1 vols. Image approx. 4-1/4 x 3-1/4 inches. According to Houfe, Herbert Cole was an important artist, known for his work as a draughtsman, illustrator, engraver and designer of bookplates. His work, using either "a flamboyant art nouveau style or ?comic illustrations", appeared in many magazines in the last decade of the nineteenth century, and in the early 1900s he was "combining a fluid pen with the most sensuous colouring, his designs [were] always inventive" recalling the work of Walter Crane. Houfe p. 264 Pen and ink on board, signed "H. C." at upper left edge. 1 vols. Image approx. 4-1/4 x 3-1/4 inches [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Oidweibasumma" (Herbst in Oberbayern) originales Ölgemälde auf Holzplatte ca.48,5x64,5cm; unten rechts signiert "W.Georgi" und datiert "Sept. (19)12" [Maße im farblich abgesetztem Holzrahmen 66,5x80,5cm.]

      - "Indian summer in upper Bavaria" original oil painting on wooden panel approx48,5x64,5cm; lower right signed "W.Georgi" and dated "Sept. (19)12" [Dimensions of the wooden frame 66,5x80,5cm.] Der Maler und Graphiker Walter Georgi war zusammen mit einigen jungen Malerkollegen der Münchener Akademie sowie verschiedenen Illustratoren der Zeitschrift 'Jugend' Gründungsmitglied der Münchener Künstlervereinigung 'Scholle'. Für die Pariser Weltausstellung 1900 hatte er einen Raum des deutschen Pavillons mit einem fünfteiligen, dekorativen Fries-Zyklus ausgestattet, für den er mit der Goldmedaille ausgezeichnet wurde. Während seiner Mitgliedschaft in der Künstlervereinigung 'Scholle', die er bereits 1905 als Erster wieder verließ, dominierten volkstümliche, teilweise romantisch idealisierte Alltagsszenen und Bildnisse, die er in dekorativer Art und teilweise monumentaler Größe wiedergab. 1908 folgte Georgi einem Ruf als Professor an die Karlsruher Akademie, wo er bis 1919 lehrte. Seine Malerei blieb auch nach seinem Austritt aus der 'Scholle' zunächst stilistisch wie inhaltlich eng mit dem dekorativen, lebensfrohen Münchener Malstil verbunden. Zu Beginn des 1. Weltkrieges hielt sich Walter Georgi zeitweise in der Bretagne auf. 1916 fand im Leipziger Kunstverein eine Ausstellung von Kriegsbildern statt. Er entwarf in dieser Zeit u.a. Plakate für die Zeichnung von Kriegsanleihen. Kleiner Literaturhinweis: Paul Kühn, Maler Walter Georgi, in: Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration, Bd. 21, Darmstadt 1907/08, pp. 283-299; Willy Frank, Walter Georgi - Karlsruhe, in: Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration, Bd. 27, Darmstadt 1910/11, pp. 185-193; Hartfried Neunzert (Hg.): Walter Georgi 1871 - 1924, Ausstellungskatalog Neues Stadtmuseum Landsberg am Lech 1994. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Jugendstil design: original design from Vienna. "Holz- und Brandmal-Vorlage". Very large plates.

      Jugendstil design: original design from Vienna. "Holz- und Brandmal-Vorlage". Very large plates. Vienna, Bier & Schöll, ca. 1900. 19 very large sheets (56 x 38 cm), numbered, with unique design. All but one in full colour, four with an identical, plain copy added (not counted), one tinted (for a total of 23 plates).l Each sheet shows a different, Jugendstil - or Art Nouveau - style design for applied art, such as a clock frame, wall or door decorations, leadlights, etc. The orientation is vertical. The Viennese firm Bier & Schöll specialized in applied art, and was active from the late 1800's until the 1920's. One plate is from another firm, Clement, Tournier & cie., in Geneva. The illustrator's logo, "P.P.", is stylized in the form of an Art Deco figurine. It's possible that the Geneva firm was the successor of Bier & Schöll. A very attractive set of fine, large plates.

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        Reise-Erinnerungen [China and Berlin]

      - Germany, ca. 1900. Oblong folio (28.0 x 41.0 cm). Original blind black quarter leather over pattered green boards. Gilt title on front board. Patterned endpapers. Edges red. l Photo album with mostly original photos, each of 16 x 11 cm or slightly larger. Two pages with five mountain views, presumably the Alps; 10 pages with 31 original photos from China - for instance, the Yu Nui San lighthouse near Tsingfau; a temple and buddhist statues inside a temple; one photo of the inauguration of the Iltis monument in Shanghai on 21 November 1898 ["The Iltis Monument - the Iltis Denkmal, ????? - commemorated the 77 dead German naval personnel, whose ship, the gunboat SMS Iltis, had foundered off the Shandong coast in July 1896. As the vessel sank the men were reported to have gathered around the mast and sung a hymn: 'Now thank we all our God'." (Lost monuments and memorials on the Shanghai Bund, 3)]; four street view, probably Shanghai, four photos, possibly from the Shanghai area, two showing capital punishment by beheading, one with local people watching, the other with European spectators; four with views, mainly of Shanghai, including the Bund, before 1900, the results of an earthquake (?), a racing track; the peculiar stone arched Jade Belt bridge, in Beijing, the Summer Palace (which still exists and is on the UNESCO World Heritage list); the Great Wall, statues of, quite possibly, the Stone Elephants Road in Nanjing (however, here the elephants are in a field, rather than along a road). Other photos show people, including two men smoking opium etc., etc. This is followed by 12 professional photo prints of Berlin, ca. 1900. All photos in very good condition, without fading or discolouring. In all, a very good album with many surprising if not astounding pictures of China. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La photographie sous-marine et les progrès de la photographie.

      Paris, Reinwald, Schleicher, 1900. ____ Première édition, rare. Elle est illustrée par 52 figures dans le texte et 12 planches hors-texte dont 4 en couleurs. Le biologiste français, Louis Boutan (1859-1934) s'est illustré par ses travaux d'océanographie et a été un pionnier de la photographie sous-marine. Livre donné en prix, avec un fer doré sur le premier plat de la ville de Paris, "Prix municipal de travail manuel". Papier très légèrement bruni. Reliure fanée, la dorure est ternie. *-------* First edition. In-8. Collation : VI, 332 pp., 12 pl. Toile brune, fer doré sur le premier plat. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Girl with a lamb.( Kopie nach dem Original )

      Kopie um 1900 ohne nähere Angaben zu dem Kopisten. Bildmaß ca. 53 x 43 cm ( Höhe x Breite ). Öl auf Leinwand, alt gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß ca. 67 x 58 cm ). Verso bezeichnet *J.B. Greuze: Girl with a lamb* sowie mit alter Preisangabe ( 1400.- ) . Das Bild leicht berieben, gering fleckig, geringes Craquele. Der Rahmen leicht bestoßen. ( Bitte beachten: Versand kann aufgrund der Abmessungen nur ausgerahmt erfolgen. Wenn der schöne Rahmen gewünscht wird, so bitte ich um Selbstabholung. ) ( Lagerort Richey ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Salammbô -

      A. Ferroud 1900 -, Paris - 2 tomes. In-4. Tome 1: XXIV-186 pp. Tome 2: 232 pp. Reliure plein maroquin rouge. Tranches dorées sur témoins. Filets dorés sur les contreplats. Doubles gardes de soie et de papier. Couverture et dos conservés. Reliure signée CONIL-SPETIER. Illustrations hors texte et dans le texte de Georges ROCHEGROSSE, gravées à l?eau forte par Champollion. Bon de souscription relié in fine. Très bel exemplaire. TIRAGE LIMITE à 600 exemplaires. Celui-ci un des 400 exemplaires numérotés sur papier vélin d'Arches. Ex-libris Herman Frasch Whiton. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ramleh als Winteraufenthalt // mit 52 Abbildungseiten , 25 Phototafeln und einem auf Leinen in 6 Segmenten kaschierten Plan

      Woerl, Leipzig, 1900. 151 gebundene Ausgabe gute, Einband gering berieben, 151 Seiten + 52 Abbildung vom Verfasser + 25 Phototafeln von Don Antonio Vives L013 Versand D: 6,00 EUR Ramleh, Alexandrien. Ägypten

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        Squirrels in a tree with a girl and dog below

      Sussex, England: circa late 1940s-early1950s. Oil on Winsor and Newton's "Rathbone" Canvas board. 16 x 12 inches. Signed lower right. Osmond was born on 6 May 1900 in Orford, Suffolk, the son of the Rev. Percy Herbert Osmond (a clergyman with the Church of England) and his wife, Agnes Paulina (née Sadler), and grew up in Surrey where his father was appointed to the vicarage of Ewshot, near Farnham, in 1906. Osmond was educated privately and, from 1917, studied at Regent Street Polytechnic, earning his Art Teacher's Diploma and a Diploma in Art History in 1924. He taught part-time at Hastings College of Technology, Sussex, and at Hornsey College of Art whilst exhibiting his work, primarily painting in oils and illustrations in wash and line. Osmond was married to Constance M. Biggs, a sculpter who also exhibited at the Royal Academy, in 1927 and turned freelance in 1928, contributing illustrations to Hutchinson' Pie and to books, including a Reader's Library edition of Black Beauty (1932). He began writing and illustrating his own books in the early 1950s, the first of which, A Valley Grows Up, was published by the Oxford University Press in 1953. It went on to win the Carnegie Medal for the year's most outstanding children's book in 1954. That same year, Osmond began writing and illustrating the Animals of the World series for Oxford University Press (1954-57) which were widely praised for their depth and detail. Osmond subsequently wrote and illustrated a wide variety of books, including From Drumbeat to Tickertape (1960), a study of communication, The Artist in Britain, from the eighth to the twentieth century (1961), and Exploring Fashions and Fabrics (1967). He continued to produce popular books on animals and the peoples of other lands as well as illustrating The Thames Flows Down (1957), written by his wife under the pen-name Laurie Osmond. Osmond was a member of the Society of Industrial Artists and the Society of Authors. His death was registered in Lewes, E. Sussex, in 1981. (

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