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        Anatomie et physiologie animales

      Octave doin, 1901. in8 Broché

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        Actes du Congrès Pénitentiaire International de Bruxelles. 1900. Volume I : Procès verbaux des séances. Volume II : Rapports sur les questions du programme de la section de la législation pénale. Volume III : Rapports sur les questions du programme de la section des institutions pénitentiaires. Volume IV : 1. Rapports sur les questions du programme, de la IIIe section, institution préventives. 2. Etat du système pénal et pénitentiaire dans les différents pays. Volume V : Rapports sur le questions aux enfants et aux mineurs. Quatrième section.

      Bureau de la Commission Pénitentiaire Internationale, Bruxelles - Berne, 1901 - XLIII 2732pages, Cachet de bibliothèque. Belle reliure. Bon état.

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        Geschichte der Stadt Dessau. Eine Festgabe zur Einweihung des neuerbauten Rathauses

      Dessau, Dünnhaupt 1901. 27 cm. (4), 674 Seiten mit Titelbild, 2 gefalteten Tafeln und zahlreichen Abbildungen, Original-Verlagseinband, Leineneinband mit Goldprägung und farbig geprägter Deckelillustration, dreiseitiger Farbschnitt - Schröder / Stoob 4056 - Specht, Anhalt 244 - Der größte Einzelbeitrag dieser umfangreichen Stadtgeschichte ist die Chronik von Hermann Wäschke (S. 1-231). Weitere Beiträge unter anderem: Wickenhagen: Geschichte des Dessauer Schulwesens; Boettger, Georg: Zur Baugeschichte von Dessau; Prosky, v.: Theater und Musik in Dessau. Schönes Exemplar, auf der Rückseite des Titelbildes Besitzvermerk -

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        Color Lithograph: Advertising poster for Goodrich and Palmer Tires, titled "Ruth," depicting a young woman seated on a bed, holding flowers and a letter

      Akron, Ohio: The B.F. Goodrich Company, 1901. (TIRES) 40 x 29-1/2 inches. . Signed "V. Corcos 1900". Small hole lower right, some short tears along top edge, some soiling. Framed

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        [Original Calligraphic Manuscript of:] TO HOPE

      [London: Percy J. Smith, April 1901].. 7 leaves, recto and verso. 12mo (15 x 11.5 cm). In black ink, with red titling, ornaments and initials, on paper (watermarked "O.W.P. & A.O.L."). Bound in stiff vellum, with hand-lettered title on upper board. Vellum a trifle soiled, very good or better. Folding case. An original calligraphic rendering of Keats's poem by the skilled calligrapher, typographer, painter, etcher and artist of the Great War. Smith studied at Camberwell College of Arts & Crafts under Edward Johnson. He served in the Great War with the Royal Marine Artillery at the Western Front in France and later Belgium, an experience from whence came his remarkable series of etchings depicting trench combat. He established the Dorian (later Dorno) Workshop & Studio, served as a consultant to Heinemann, and specialized in typographic design. He continued to pursue his work as a visual artist alongside his career as typographer and calligrapher. Among his most notable projects was the four year commission for the lettering of the Canadian War Memorial at Vimy Ridge. He was a Fellow or member of a number of professional societies of artists, as well as of the Society of Calligraphers and the Double Crown Club. This manuscript dates from quite early on in his career and may have been a project while he was a student. It is expressly dated and signed in the form of a colophon. The front free endsheet bears pencil identifications, as well as Smith's address, in an unknown hand. Smith's calligraphic manuscript appear to be uncommon in commerce: ABPC records one sale, that of a 1907 rendering of selections from Shakespeare, 14 leaves, sold in 1977. The provenance of this manuscript, according to the slipcase made for the subsequent owner, includes the Justin G. Turner manuscript sale.

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        Courage and Conflict

      London and Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, Limited, 1901. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. A Very Good + or better copy of the first edition, first printing with the spine panel only mildly faded and considerably brighter than usually seen (expected rubbing to corners, spine ends and spine edges, remarkably little rubbing to the cover and spine paint which remain quite attractive -- with the front board being especially bright, Sunday School prize presentation sticker to front pastedown); a collection of eighteen stories for boys, the first of which, "The Sole Survivors" was written by G. A. Henty. The book also contains eight black and white plates by W. Boucher. A Very Good + copy of a rather scarce book in a condition much nicer than is usually seen. QUITE SCARCE.

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        With the Flag to Pretoria:

      00 00, 1901 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A uniformly bound complete four volume set ofWilson's With the Flag to Pretoria: A History of the Boer War 1899-1900 and After Pretoria: The Guerilla War. The Supplement to With the Flag to Pretoria together with V. R. I Her Life and Empire by the Marquisof Lorne, K. T. , now His Grace the Duke of Argyll. In five volumes complete. The first two volumes are illustrated mainly from photographs and authentic sketches taken in South Africa, including an illustration to frontispiece of volume one of 'Her Majesty The Queen Visiting Her Wounded Soldiers. ' With a colour foldout map to front of bothvolume I and II. The second two volumes have many illustrations, mainly from photographs taken at the seat of war. Herbert Wrigley Wilson (1866 - 12 July 1940), known often only as H. W. Wilson, was a British journalist and naval historian. The Second Boer War and the earlier, much less well known, First Boer War (December 1880 - March 1881) are collectively known as the Boer Wars. The Second Boer War was fought from 11 October 1899 until 31 May 1902 between the British Empire and the Afrikaans-speaking Dutch settlers of two independent Boer republics, the South African Republic and the Orange Free State. It ended with a British victory and the annexation of both republics by the British Empire; both would eventually be incorporated into the Union of South Africa, a dominion of the British Empire, in 1910. The conflict is commonly referred to as The Boer War but is also known as the South African War outside South Africa, the Anglo-Boer War among most South Africans. V. R. I Her Life and Empire has an illuminated decorative colour title page and is illustrated throughout with illustrations and photographs of the life ofQueenVictoria with objects of interest such as a note written from her to her mother. Condition: Uniformly bound in half calf but with cloth covered boards. Externally, sound but with some wear to extremities and slight rubbing and marks to boards. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with occasional slight spotting, in particular to text block edge, slight foxing to first and last few pages. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        History of Adelaide and Vicinity with a General Sketch of the Province of South Australia and Biographies of Representative Men

      Adelaide; Hussey & Gillingham 26 and 28 Waymouth Street Adelaide South Australia. 1901. First Edition; 4to; pp. xviii, 693; portrait frontispiece, numerous illustrations, appendices, index, patterned endpapers, original light green cloth, title lettered in gilt on spine and front board, tope and bottom edge of faded spine worn otherwise a very good bright copy. Rare to fine in such good condition.

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      1901. Good. [DESIGN] Kamisaka SEKKA [Yoshitaka]. SHIKISHI. Kyoto: Tanaka jihei, Meiji 34 [1901]. 2 folios, each 31.2 x 21.5 cm. Volume one has 2 color prints and 30 b+w sumi prints, volume two has 30 b+w sumi prints. An interesting design book of subtlety. The covers are quite worn with a few internal stians, but overall a good printing in good condition. String-bound fukuro- toji Japanese style with the title printed on the covers. Complete.

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      1901 - [the true first edition, FINE] With Many Pictures by E. Hering. Indianapolis: The Bowen-Merrill Company, n.d. [1901]. Original dark blue cloth decorated in gilt. First Edition (American), preceding the London edition by about a month. To quote from Smith's biography:~.the moon has long had a leading place in the minds and myths of humans. Jules Verne had written one such fantasy in the 1880s [sic - actually 1865] in his VOYAGE TO THE MOON, but Wells was not satisfied with the science in that book. he [Wells] described it [THE FIRST MEN IN THE MOON] as an 'imaginative spree', and said 'it is probably the writer's best "scientific romance".' One of the reasons it is the best of Wells's work based on science is that all the scientific aspects -- gravity on the moon, the impact of the sun on the moon's surface, and even what the surface might be like -- were. [verified with] leading experts in astronomy, astronomical physics, and other disciplines to ensure that the book was accurate, within the bounds of knowledge and theory of that time.~THE FIRST MEN IN THE MOON was Wells's first book to be turned into a movie (in 1919 -- remade in 1964). And ever since 1969 this was the book that collectors asked Neil Armstrong to sign.~This is a remarkably fine, bright copy of this attractively-produced book. This has become a difficult Wells science fiction title to find in acceptable condition. Wells Soc. 18; Hammond B7; Currey p. 518. Housed in a morocco-backed clamshell case. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Houghton, Mifflin & Company. Good+. 1901. Hardcover. Complete 13 volume set. Green three quarter moroccan leather. 5 raised bands. Beige marbled boards. Moderate wear to corners and caps . Small chips on some of the spine caps. Front board of six volumes detached but present. A couple others starting. Boards and spines are straight. Bindings are tight. Gilded top edges. Untrimmed fore edges. Ex-libris plates on front paste downs. Marbled paste downs and endsheets. Colored maps. Pages clean and free of foxing. Provenance: This is from the estate of the renowned Doris Duke, an American heiress, horticulturalist, art collector, and philanthropist. This is part of a very large collection of antiquarian leather bound books we recently purchased from her estate. Documentation will be provided. .

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        Géographie et Voyage - Tome I - Exposé des Travaux de la Mission: Introduction, Première et Deuxième Périodes -1879 à 1889

      Paris, Ernest Leroux, Editeur, 1901. - 1 volume in-4, 332 pp., enrichi de 140 illustrations en noir et blanc, de 18 cartes, et d'un portrait de l'Auteur par Paul Renouard, reliure moderne plein cuir vert, dos orné conservé, basane verte à nerfs. Bel exemplaire ayant appartenu au Lieutenant-Colonel Trumelet Faber avec sa signature autographe. Ce volume est le premier de la série Géographie et Voyages de la célèbre Mission Pavie à travers les territoires les plus reculés de l'Indochine. La première période couvre les Voyages au Cambodge et au Siam de 1880 à 1885, la deuxième période couvre les Voyages au Siam, au Laos Occidental, au Laos Oriental, au Tonkin et en Annam, de 1886 à 1889.

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        CREEK INDIAN LANDS NOW ON THE MARKET [caption title]

      Holdenville, Indian Territory: Western Real Estate Company, [circa 1901].. Broadside, 11 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches. Small chip in lower margin, else fine. Rare broadside advertising lands for sale in Indian Territory, issued a dozen years after the "opening" of Oklahoma in 1889 that brought thousands of Sooners into the region. The land had been secured as a result of the "passage of the last Creek agreement," a reference to the 1901 treaty between the United States and the Creek Nation, that resulted in the allotment of land to specific tribe members, which could then be resold. Many members of the Creek tribe were relocated to Indian Territory when they were removed from their lands in Georgia in the late 1820s and early 1830s. The broadside advertises 100,000 acres of land being offered by the Western Real Estate Company of Holdenville, Indian Territory, located just southeast of Oklahoma City. A trust company had been established to guarantee title to the land, and to loan money to purchasers. The agricultural potential of the land, "the best country west of the Mississippi" is touted: it would produce "from 30 to 80 bushels corn per acre; from 3/4 to 1 bale cotton; from 75 to 500 bushels potatoes to the acre. It is a fine fruit and berry center. The climate and the seasons are the very best. We never fail to make a crop here." No copies of this broadside are located in OCLC. Good evidence of land hunger in pre- statehood Oklahoma.

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        Color Lithograph: Advertising poster for Goodrich and Palmer Tires, titled "Ruth," depicting a young woman seated on a bed, holding flowers and a letter

      Akron Ohio: The B.F. Goodrich Company 1901 Akron, Ohio: The B.F. Goodrich Company, 1901. (TIRES) 40 x 29-1/2 inches. . Signed "V. Corcos 1900". Small hole lower right, some short tears along top edge, some soiling. Framed

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        Bryn Mawr College Calendar for 1902 (Jessie Willcox Smith and Elizabeth Shippen Green, Ellen Wetheral Ahrens: one of the greatest rarities and stunning illustrations)

      Bryn Mawr: Bryn Mawr College Students' Association, 1901. First edition. Oblong quarto. Exceedingly scarce original printed Bryn Mawr College Calendar comprising THIRTEEN FULL-PAGE THREE-COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS BY JESSIE WILLCOX SMITH, ELIZABETH SHIPPEN GREEN AND ELLEN WETHERALD AHRENS. Measuring 14 x 7.5 inches, this calendar was printed by the Beck Engraving Company who go on later to print many of Smith's books, including all by David McKay. Original printed wrappers with cover illustration by Elizabeth Shippen Green, calendars calligraphied by the three artists with decorative inititals, six full-page colored illustrations by Jessie Willcox Smith, six full-page colored illustrations by Elizabeth Shippen Green and one full-page colored illustration by Ellen Wetheral Ahrens. These illustrations were commissioned especially for this illustrious calendar by the Bryn Mawr College Students' Association and are the first and only appearances of these images anywhere in print. The concept was pre-date by one earlier number which had only 5 full-page color illustrations by Smith (others in border designs). Without a doubt the scarcest and most graphically stunning of any of Smith's ephemeral items, of which there are hundreds if not thousands of examples through her prolific career. Some very minor chipping to paper, original ties still present, an amazing survival.

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      Paris: Sociéte d'Éditions Litteraires & Artistiques / Paul Ollendorff, 1901.. Octavo. Contemporary full black morocco, stamped in gilt, a.e.g., original stiff card wrappers bound in. Spine extremities a bit rubbed, a few small smudges, a few spots of foxing to wrappers, otherwise a very good copy. First edition in this format, printed on tinted card, and decorated throughout with elaborate art nouveau illustrations and borders in gilt and white by Leon Fuchs. When bound, each bifolium was mounted on a stub to facilitate opening of the double-spread designs. Doucet (1865 - 1957) was well-known for his fantastic and children's tales, published under his given name and the pseudonym, "Montfrileux." His devotion to the book arts resulted in his participation in a number of collaborations between author and artist in this mode. There are also one hundred copies on Japon.

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      Harper & Brothers, New York 1901 - Four volume collection, 1901, 1902, 1903 and 1907 first editions, with the original dust jackets and three original publishers boxes to include 1901, ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND with the original box, 1902 THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS which is signed by Newell, 1903, THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK & Other Poems and Verses in a mint original box, and 1907 FAIRY TALES also in its rare original box, three are written by Lewis Carroll, aka Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and all four are illustrated by Peter Newell. All books are published by Harper & Brothers, New York in faux vellum adorned with gilt portraits. Many color and black and white illustrations, exquisitely done by the noted illustrator. All books are complete, tight, clean, near fine or better condition. Original boxes are very scarce, three are found here with THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS signed by Peter Newell on the first fly page. Note the Fairy Tale volume was originally credited to Lewis Carroll on the spine, only to have Harper publishing stamp over the author credit, an interesting tidbit provided by an astute collector. Alice in Wonderland box has old water stains to bottom right, book is perfect. Two books have old owners names else near fine /fine. Exactly as shown, ask any questions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Courage and Conflict

      London and Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, Limited, 1901. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. A Very Good + or better copy of the first edition, first printing with the spine panel only mildly faded and considerably brighter than usually seen (expected rubbing to corners, spine ends and spine edges, remarkably little rubbing to the cover and spine paint which remain quite attractive -- with the front board being especially bright, Sunday School prize presentation sticker to front pastedown); a collection of eighteen stories for boys, the first of which, "The Sole Survivors" was written by G. A. Henty. The book also contains eight black and white plates by W. Boucher. A Very Good + copy of a rather scarce book in a condition much nicer than is usually seen. QUITE SCARCE.

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      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited,, 1901. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine and elephant roundel to upper board gilt, top edge gilt. Ownership inscriptions to front free endpaper. Cloth a little rubbed, lower corner bumped, two light streaks to upper board, spotting to endpapers and a couple of spots to title page. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        English Historical Memoirs

      London: John C, Nimmo,, 1901. 30 volumes, octavo. Bound in red half calf, gilt titles and decoration to spine, white cloth boards with gilt Tudor rose design, marbled endpapers top edge gilt. Illustrated throughout. Some slight rubbing to edges of some volumes, otherwise a beautifully bound set in very good condition. A good collected edition of the popular historical writings of John Heneage Jesse (c. 1809–1874). The first of these, Memoirs of the Court of England during the Reigns of the Stuarts (4 vols.), was first published in 1840.

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        First Men in the Moon, The [First Issue]

      London: George Newnes, 1901. First Impression. Hardcover. Fine. First British Edition, First Issue, with black coated end papers. 8vo; viii, 342pp, with a frontispiece and 11 further full-page illustrations by Claude Shepperson. Publisher's dark blue decorative cloth, the upper cover and spine stamped gilt (the first and primary binding state, of four). An unusually Fine, bright copy, the hinges uncracked, of one of the most difficult of Wells's science fiction titles to be found in collectible condition. & & & The last and perhaps most complex of Wells's early scientific romances, inspired by Jules Verne’s 'Journey to the Moon.' Unlike Verne, Wells had all scientific aspects of his lunar voyage verified for plausibility by experts at the time. In 1919, the book was turned into the first of the films to be based on Wells's work. "These early 'scientific romances' remain unsurpassed for their imagination and visionary power. Where Wells's contemporaries saw him as adding the scientific imagination to nineteenth-century romance, the twentieth century regarded him as the greatest of the forerunners of modern science fiction. His tales of future evolution, alien intelligence, interplanetary warfare and technological dystopia anticipated most of science fiction's thematic repertoire." (Literary Encyclopedia) Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.&

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        To the South Polar Regions. Expedition of 1898-1900

      London: Hurst & Blackett. 1901, 1st Colonial Edition. (Hardcover) xv1, 348 pp.. Very good. Octavo; original red cloth; slight fading on spine. 3 maps (2 folding); B&W plates from photos (some in text). Folding panorama of the Barrier (artist's impression). Scientific appendices. This issue is the less decorative issue intended for the colonies and other than the binding the text is identical. Spence 123. Account by the expedition's physicist of Carsten Borchgrevink's British Antarctic Expedition (1898-1900) on board "Southern Cross." the expedition wintered at Cape Adare, the first expedition to winter on the Antarctic continent. Charles R.J. Glover copy. Glover was the Lord Mayor of Adelaide and put together an impressive collection of Australian history..

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      HENRY FROWDE AND HODDER & STOUGHTON 1901 - Restored book in perfect condition all illustrations are present and in perfect condition . Hardcover bookbinding made by Jeanne Biagi in brown leather decorated with gold leaf and reproduction on leather of illustration in colour .Two red leather ribbons for decoration [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Relation of the Pequot Warres Written in 1660 By Lieutenant Lion Gardener and Now First Printed from The Original Manuscript with an Historical Introduction

      Connecticut: Acorn Club, 1901. xxix + 33 pages, many unopened, unread; finely printed edition, limited number 75 of 102 copies only, the fourth publication of the Acorn Club, a membership organization of Connecticut historians; bibliograhical notes; and biographical, historical introductory material by W.N. Chattin Carlton; one page a facscimile of the first page of Gardener's Relation; good nicely bound in marbled-paper covered boards, dark brown morocco leather spine, gilt ruled and titled, top edge gilt; light wear to the binding; very good condition.. Leather. Very Good.

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        The Far East and the New America: A Picturesque and Historic Account of These Lands and Peoples, in 6 Volumes

      Boston: Dana Estes and Company , 1901. Full red Morocco, gilt-lettered spine with 3 gilt bamboo illustrations in compartments and a gilt cover illustration, marbled endpapers. Illustrated with nearly 1200 photogravures, colored plates, engravings, maps. 1476 pages, not including the introductions. Some restoration to covers, contents fine and the plates in pristine condition. An attractive set. Very scarce. Contributors include: Hon. John D. Long (China); His Excellency Kogoro Takahira (Japan); Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge (Hawaii); Gen. Joseph B. Wheeler (The Philipines); Gen. Leonard Wood (Cuba); Hon. Charles H. Allen (Porto Rico). Some hinges cracked.. Full-Leather. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        The Antarctic Manual for the Use of the Expedition of 1901

      London: Royal Geographical Society 1901, 1st Edition. () xvi,586pp. Very good. Octavo in original blue cloth and pale yellow coated endpapers with illustrations in text and folding map (in 3 sheets) in rear pocket. Endpapers a bit browned. Small indentation on spine otherwise a very nice attractive copy of this rare title. Rosove 235.A1; Spence 829. Manual on the exploration of Antarctica and various branches of science for the use of members of the British National Antarctic Expedition under Capt. R. F. Scott. Preface by Sir Clements R. Markham K.C.B. F.R.S..

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        Cançoner Popular

      La Renaixensa/L'Avenç, Barcelona 1901 - 4º, 3 tomos en 1 vol., págs. sin numerar con textos, partituras musicales, y bellos grabados modernistas. Papel hilo, barbas. Plena tela original, lomo y planos gofrados con letras doradas. Atractiva publicación modernista, dirigida por Aureli Capmany, formada por tres series, impresas en buen papel, que contienen la letra y la música de 100 canciones populares catalanas, acompañadas de cien ilustraciones, ya que en cada canción figura un bello grabado xilográfico alusivo a su texto, además de la letra, música y un breve texto informativo. Las tres series cuentan con una sugestiva portada modernista, que presenta una figura femenina tocando el arpa, bajo el título, en letras góticas, y una pequeña imagen de San Jorge. Incluye (canción 75) "Los Segadors", actual himno de Cataluña, acompañado de un interesante comentario histórico-crítico. Cancioneros. Literatura catalana. Literatura popular. Poesía catalana. Songbooks. Catalan literature. Popular literature. Catalan poetry.

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        The Coming Nelson. From the original painting by Fred Morgan in the possession of Messrs. A. & F. Pears, Ltd

      London.. 1901.. Chromolithograph, image 19 1/2 x 28 on sheet 21 1/4 x 29 1/4 inches. Small stain in lower right margin (not affecting image), several edge tears with one just entering image area, light toning to 1 1/2 inch panel at right side. Otherwise a clean, bright image. A gorgeous image of a young boy sailing his boats under the approving eye of his mother and sister, by the prolific and very popular Victorian painter Fred Morgan, whose paintings of children and animals are particularly charming. A. & F. Pears soap company pioneered the use of "fine art" reproductions in advertising their product, thus equating it in the public mind with the finer things of life. The most famous example of this is their chromolithographic reproduction of Sir John Everett Millais' "Bubbles." The Pears Annual was published from 1891 to the 1920s accompanied by 2 or more of these beautifully printed chromolithographic reproductions of popular paintings of the day. .

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        Die Sixtinische Kapelle. 2 Text- und 2 Tafelbände., Text Band 1: Bau und Schmuck der Kapelle unter Sixtus IV. - Text Band 2: Michelangelo - Tafeln, Erster Teil: Bau und Schmuck der Kapelle unter Sixtus IV. Nach architektonischen Entwürfen von Giovanni Battista Giovenale und photographischen Aufnahmen von Domenico Anderson. - Tafeln, Zweiter Teil: Michelangelo. Nach Aquarellen und Stichen, Sowie nach Original-Aufnahmen von Domenico Anderson.

      München: Bruckmann 1901-05. - XIX, 710 Seiten - XX, 811 Seiten - 4 Blatt, 34 Tafeln (teils farbig) - 4 Blatt, 70 Tafeln (teils farbig). Textbände leicht berieben und leicht fleckig, Blöcke gelockert (aber stabil - in Band 1 angeplatzt), sonst gut. Tafelmappen leicht berieben und leicht fleckig, Tafelecken teils leicht bestossen bzw. gering knickspurig, wenige Tafelränder leicht fingerfleckig, sonst gut. Ein "Flügel" der zweiten Mappe lose anbei, Rücken leicht lichtheller. Zum Zweiten Textband ist noch der OSchutzumschlag (fragmentarisch erhalten) vorhanden, zu beiden Text-Bänden und zum zweiten Tafelband die OSchuber (diese sind fleckig und weisen deutliche Gebrauchsspuren auf). Monumentales Werk des Kunsthistorikers Ernst Steinmann (1866 - 1934), welcher insbesondere als erster Direktor der Bibliotheca Hertziana in Rom bekannt wurde. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 50000 Textbände 33*26 cm. Blaufarbene OLeinenbände mit goldgeprägten Deckel- und Rückentiteln sowie Kopfgoldschnitten. Tafelmappen im Format 60*46 cm. Blaufarbene, golfgeprägte OFlügelmappen.

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        Old Indian Legends Retold by Zitkala-Sa (Signed)

      Boston: Ginn and Company, c. 1901. Early Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 12mo. (x),165pp. With '420.4' on copyright page. Fourteen full page ilustrations by Angel de Cora. Publisher's blue cloth stamped in yellow. Pp.15-16 (the former a blank, the latter a half-title) have a dark offset from a newspaper clipping. That clipping is now in a mylar sleeve and laid in at the front of the book. It is a photograph and caption from the Washngton, D.C., Evening Star of September 17, 1925. The photograph is a picture of the author, in full SIoux regalia, "Princess Zitkala-Sa of the Sioux Tribe", on the occasion of her lecture on social questions facing Indian women,. The clipping is folded once. This book is signed by the author on the front free endpaper and dated 1921. Light rubbing and soil, bookplate of former owner, else a very good copy.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        A Treatise on Elephants Their Treatment in Health and Disease

      Rangoon: Superintendent Government Printing Burma, 1901.. Third Edition. Very Good. 8vo Collation, 262,VIIpp, engravings complete as listed. Bound in modern buckram, cloth, with gilt title lettering. Cloth lightly rubbed and bumped on corners, library mark on spine. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, no loose pages, no writing, library bookplate on fixed endpaper, 3 library stamps on verso of title page, ( i,e not the printed side ), no other library stamps or marks. Pages in very good clean condition. This copy was in reserve stock, not on the lending list. A good clean copy of a rare work.8990.A24

      [Bookseller: George Jeffery Books]
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      Published by Sands and Co., 1901 (Circa.). Hardback. Good. Illustrated by Wain, Louis. Good condition with no wrapper. Large format. Blue pictorial cloth, red title to front. Verses by Grimalkin. Full-page super b/w illustrations by Wain. 47 pages. Corners rubbed. A few marks to covers. Name in ink to front endpaper. Rear joint starting to crack. Some hinges pulled. Page 37 has 2.25 inch loss from lower edge, not affecting text or illustration. A few grubby marks to contents but generally a bright clean copy. [S]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books]
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        Old Indian Legends [retold by Zitkala-Sa]

      Boston: Ginn and Company. Very Good. 1901. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Cloth. First Edition/First Printing in Very Good condition. Slightly rubbed boards with tape repairs to small tears near bottom on first 3 pages. SIGNED "Zitkala-Sa otherwise Mrs. Gertrude Bonnin" by the author directly on the front free endpaper. Laid in is Mrs. Bonnin's calling card as Secretary-Treasurer of the Society American Indians; Born and raised on the Yankton Sioux Reservation, Zitkala-Sa listened to tales told by Native American storytellers in both North and South Dakota, finding various versions, each supplying some lost link to the original. In her words: "And now I have tried to transplant the native spirit of these tales into the English language, since America in the last few centuries has acquired a second tongue." A most interesting collection of fourteen Native American legends .

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why]
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        Essai sur les Fondemonts de la Geometrie

      Paris: Gauthier-Villars,, 1901. Traduction par Albert Cadenant, Revue et Annotée par l'Auteur et par Louis Couturat. Octavo (241 × 160 mm). Recent green quarter morocco, spine lettered in gilt, raised bands, brown endpapers, marbled sides; original wrappers bound in at end. Contents a little tanned. An excellent copy. First edition in French of Russell's Essay on the Foundations of Geometry, his second book and "first full-length philosophical work" (Richards, Essay on the Foundations of Geometry and the Cambridge mathematical tradition). The book was championed in France by the eminent mathematician Henri Poincaré, which led to Russell being invited to deliver a paper at the prestigious International Congress of Philosophy held in Paris in 1900, an event that profoundly affected his career. The French edition has a number of corrections and additions not found in the English work.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Der Krieg der Welten. Roman. Übersetzt von Gottlieb August Crüwell

      Wien, Perles 1901. 21 cm. 244 Seiten Festeinband, Leineneinband mit geprägtem Rückentitel - Bloch, Utopie 3349 - Kindlers NLL 17, 537 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe von "The War of the Worlds" (1898). Die Hörspielfassung von Orson Welles rief 1938 in den Vereinigten Staaten eine Panik hervor. "Noch heute zehren die Verfasser primitiver Fernsehserien und Gruselfilme von Wells' menschenfeindlichen Invasoren aus dem All ..." (Kindlers NLL). -

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        Monthly Suppers of the Male Teachers of New York at Hotel Albert

      NY: Male Teacher's Association of New York, 1901. 24mo. booklet, signed by Mark Twain in pencil on the front cover. The booklet is a program for the monthly dinner meeting of the Male Teacher’s Association of New York that occurred on March 16th, 1901, most notable for the fact that Mark Twain was one of the principal speakers. The theme of the evening was training students to be good citizens, and Twain’s speech addressed his own interpretation of patriotism. In an April 7, 1901 New York Times article covering the event, it is reported that Twain said, “I would teach patriotism in the schools, and teach it this way: I would throw out the old maxim, ‘My country, right or wrong,’ &c., instead I would say, ‘My country when she is right.’” He continued on, saying, “I would not take my patriotism from my neighbor or from Congress. I should teach the children in the schools that there are certain ideals, and one of them is that all men are created free and equal.” The first page of the booklet is a roster of the association’s officers and members of the group’s glee club, and the second page is the menu for the evening. The third page lists the seven speakers for the evening, including Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain), and the final page lists the Supper Committee members. Laid in is a mimeographed sheet with the club’s annual budget statement. The text is printed in blue, and the booklet is in printed cream wrappers and tied with a blue ribbon laced through the spine. A few spots of soiling and some faint toning to the covers, ribbon shows some wear, else near fine.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Chronicles of the House of Borgia

      London- Grant Richards, 1901 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. An illustrated history of the House of Borgia, with a black and white reproduction from a portrait in the Vatican Library to frontispiece and numerous photogravure illustrations throughout. First edition. The Borgias,a European Papal family of Italian and Spanish origin whobecame prominent during the Renaissance. The Borgias were patrons of the arts, and their support allowed many artists of the Renaissance to realise their potential. The most brilliant personalities of this era regularly visited their court. Frederick William Rolfe, better known as Baron Corvo, and also calling himself 'Frederick William Serafino Austin Lewis Mary Rolfe', (July 22, 1860 - October 25, 1913), was an English writer, artist, photographer and eccentric. His heavily autobiographical fictions are milestones in the history of life-writing, and literary historians have begun to acknowledge these works as among the precursors of modernism. With a bookplate to front free endpaper, previously owned by Philip Sassoon,a British politician, art collector and social host, entertaining many celebrity guests at his homes, Port Lympne, Kent, and Trent Park, Hertfordshire, England. Sassoon was a member of the prominent Sassoon family and Rothschild family. He was a cousin of the war poet Siegfried Sassoon. With a second bookplate to front pastedown 'Aline Sassoon'. With an ink inscription 'Lady Sassoon, 1901' to front blank. Condition: In a half crushed morocco binding with gilt decoration to spine. Externally, generally smart but with slight wear to extremities and the odd mark to boards. Front hinge tender. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright and clean throughout with the very occasional spot or handling mark to pages. With slight off-setting from binding to endpapers and with a label to front free endpaper. Overall: VERY GOOD.

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Original watercolor diptych from A Masque of Days

      1901. Two watercolor illustrations on paper, each measuring 7 5/8 by 11 inches (194 x 275 mm), and each signed with Crane's monogram in the lower left corner. This is the original artwork for the spread on pages five and six of A Masque of Days, and it shows twelve winged foot-pages carrying invitation cards. The text above, in Crane's calligraphic script, informs the reader that "cards of invitation had been issued" to commemorate the passage of the year, and "(t)he carriers were THE HOURS" who "went all round and found out the persons invited well enough, with the exceptions of Easter Day, Shrove Tuesday, and a few such Moveable who had lately shifted their quarters." A fine example of a mature work by Crane, together with a copy of the published book.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        The Discovery of the Solomon Islands

      London,: Hakluyt Society,, 1901.. Two volumes, octavo, photographic plates, four maps (two folding) in a pocket; some pages loosening; original blue cloth, rubbed, spines sunned and darkened but a reasonable copy. Translated from the original Spanish manuscripts, comprising six separate accounts of the journey, this is the standard scholarly edition of the narrative of the voyage of Mendaça and his associates aboard the Capitana and the Almiranta, in search of habitable lands off the coast of Peru, and their subsequent discovery of the Solomon Islands. This translation took thirty years to complete before being published by the Hakluyt Society, due to careful cross-referencing of material that was continually coming to light during the process.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        DAYS IN CATLAND Panorama with movable figures

      London, Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd, circa 1901-1910.. Father Tuck's Panorama series, Tuck No. 8595. FIRST EDITION (circa 1901-1910, dated from the V. & A. description of their copy). Glazed card covers, wonderful extra colour illustration to upper cover of 5 excited cats in a theatre box viewing the show. 4 panel panorama, each panel 273 x 305 mm, 10 ¾ x 12 inches, with 4 different coloured scenes and a total of 14 slots. 14 die cut coloured card figures of dressed cats and kittens, some in groups were contained in pocket on lower cover, numbered 1-14. These can be slotted into the panels to make different scenes. The scenes:(a) at Bedtime, (b) helping Mother in the kitchen, (3) at the Cat's Tea Party, and (4) in the school room. 5 line drawings of cats by Wain on 2 of the reverse panels with the poem Days in Catland by Arthur Burnaby. All figures present in excellent condition. Hinges and flap to pocket expertly restored, lower cover (plain with printed 'Directions') rather dusty. A very good plus copy. In Dale (1991) Ellery Y. Wood dates this item circa 1912. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        China and the Allies

      London - William Heinemann, 1901 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A presentation copy of this account of the travels of Arnold Savage Landor. First edition. Illustrated throughout with sixty-three plates, including maps, photographs and coloured plates (collated complete). Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1865 26 December 1924) was an English painter, explorer, writer and anthropologist, born in Florence. His grandfather was the poet and writer Walter Savage Landor, who himself lived for long periods in Florence. While in America, he heard of the Boxer Rebellion in China, and went immediately to Peking where he was the first to accompany General Linievitch in the triumphal entry parade of honour at the Forbidden City. From this journey came his book China and the Allies (1901). Complete in two volumes. CONDITIONIn decorative yellow cloth bindings. Externally sound, though marked and bumped. Splitting to cloth on one joint. Wear to the heads of the spines. Labels to spinesInternally, binding strained. Library label to front free-endpaper. Blindstamping to endpapers. Pages are bright, though with some slight marginal age-toning and the odd patch of foxing. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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      Oslo Stor 8vo.. Bundet i private skinnbind Hovedreigsrene fra 1901 til 1975 bundet i 13 skinnbind. Årgang 1945 mangler. Årgang 1939 litt skadet i ryggen. Et meget pent og velholdt sett

      [Bookseller: Adamstuen Antikvariat]
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      London and New York, Harper Brothers, 1901.. First edition 1901, title page dated 1901 and the copyright page 1900, 195 x 145 mm, approx 8" x 6", illustrated double title printed in orange and blue, 8 tissue guarded full-page pictorial chapter headings also printed orange & blue by H. Granville Fell, 16 full page black and white illustrations by H.R. Millar, pages x, 290. Original publisher's pictorial blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine and upper cover, gilt picture to upper cover, gilt top edge. Binding rubbed, corners slightly worn and bumped, very small patch of bubbling to lower cover near spine, several very small nicks to fore-edges of pages due to careless opening, not affecting text, endpapers age-browned, occasional small light stains to margins, neat old ink inscription on first free endpaper, otherwise a very good copy. 8 stories first published serially in the Strand Magazine. See Osborne I, page. 969. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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      Raleigh, NC: E.M. Uzzell, Printer and Binder. 1901. thick 8vo., gray cloth stamped in blue, red, white and lettered in gilt. 783; 807; 761; 772; 859 pages.. 5 volumes. First edition (Nevins I, 70 - "Regimental sketches vary in quality, but the work fully merits Douglas S. Freeman's classification as one of the most indispensable works for the Army of Northern Virginia." Filled with maps, plates and portraits. Presentation on front pastedown "To Adjutant Robert M. Freeman, Historian of the 71st N.C. Regt. (2nd Ji Res), with compliments of Walter Clark." Covers rubbed with wear at spine ends. Inside hinges cracked with some signatures sprung.

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press]
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