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      London, Nisbet, (1901).. FIRST EDITION, (1901). 130 x 90 mm, 5 1/8 x 3½ inches, original publisher's DE LUXE BINDING of white fake morocco boards with line illustration in black, and red lettering to upper cover, expertly rebacked to match, part of original spine with all of title in red and black laid down, (loss of lower stems of 'TT' in 'LITTLE), original endpapers retained with inscription dated 3rd Nov. 1901, tiny bookseller's label on front pastedown. 143 pages, colour frontispiece and 35 colour plates. Text and plates printed 1 side only. Covers very slightly marked, strip 5 mm (¼ inch) wide next to spine on both boards lacks surface paper. Occasional very slight faint margin spot, otherwise contents very nice. A very good copy of the very scarce de luxe binding probably reserved for a few special copies by Bannerman's new publisher. Barton, Pictus Orbis Sambo, page 123. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Library of Classic Realism

      London: Gibbings & Co. Ltd., 1901. In 21 volumes limited to only 500 sets, The Florentine Edition. Includes The Decameron by Bocccaccio, The Confessions of Rousseau, The Writings of Rabellais and Persian Letters by Charles Louis Montesquieu. Illustrations reproduced from the plates engraved for the celebrated edition of 1757, and designed by Gravelot, Eisen, Boucher and others, All volumes beautifully bound in 3/4 red morocco over marbled paper covered boards with matching endpapers, raised bands, lettered and decorated in a gilt floral motif with top edges gilt, silk ribbon markers. A fine set with only slight fading or spotting to few spines. Beautiful.. LIMITED EDITION. 12mo.

      [Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA-ILAB]
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        The Poems of Shemseddin Mohammed Hafiz of Shiraz

      London - The Villon Society, 1901 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A limited edition of this collection of the works of Hafez in attractive vellum bindings. Complete in three volumes. Hand-numbered 101. With a finely engraved bookplate to each front pastedown of John Raymond Danson. Khaja Shamsu Din Muhammad Hafez-e Shirazi, known by his pen name Hafez (1325/13261389/1390), was a Persian poet. His collected works composed of series of Persian poetry (Divan) are to be found in the homes of most people in Persia (Iran), Afghanistan and Tajikistan, as well as elsewhere in the world, who learn his poems by heart and use them as proverbs and sayings to this day. His life and poems have been the subject of much analysis, commentary and interpretation, influencing post-fourteenth century Persian writing more than any other author. John Payne (23 August 1842 11 February 1916) was an English poet and translator. Initially he pursued a legal career, and associated with Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Later he became involved with limited edition publishing, and the Villon Society. He is now best known for his translations of Boccaccio's Decameron, The Arabian Nights and the Diwan Hafez. Payne once said that Hafez, Dante and Shakespeare were the three greatest poets of the world. With a small,relevant clipping from an auction catalogue tipped-in to rear pastedown of volume I. Condition: In decorative vellum bindings. Externally, smart with only very slight shelfwear. Internally, firmly bound, bright and clean but with very slight spotting to endpapers. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Beiträge zu einer Kritik der Sprache

      Stgt.,(Bln.),Cotta 1901-1902.. 3 Bde. Lex.-8°. X, 657; VIII, 735; 666 S. HLn. d. Zt. m. hs. Rückensch. EA. Mit eh., mehrzeilig. Widmung d. Verf. am Vortit., datiert: 1901. - Teil 1: Sprache und Psychologie; Teil 2: Zur Sprachwissenschaft; Teil 3: Grammatik und Logik. - Mauthner (1849-1923), begann sich während seiner erfolgreichen journalistischen Karriere mit sprachphilosophischen Problemen zu beschäftigen, auf die er sich ab der Jahrhundertwende ausschließlich konzentrierte. Mit seiner Sprachskepsis gilt er heute als Vorläufer Ludwig Wittgensteins. - Beiliegend: Orig.-Rechnung d. Antiquariats Gsellius, Berlin v. 1929.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        Material Recording the Political & Military Life of New York City Mayor Adolph Loges Kline Including His 1901 Appointment as Brig. General of the NY State Guard, Photographs and 1913 Indexed Scrapbook of His Mayoralty

      New York City: Not Published, 1901. Collection of material includes: 1901 Appointment on parchment, completed in a calligraphic hand, constituting Colonel Kline of the 14th Regiment Inf. to Brigadier General of the NY National Guard; approx. 12" x 16", signed & witnessed by Benjamin B. Odell, Jr., (1854-1926) Governor of the state, with the gold-embossed NY State Seal - some darkening, ageing to the parchment, in very good condition; with 6, 8 1/2" x 11" press photographs of Kline as Mayor, with his wife in his Hillcrest Queens NY home and in Jamaica Queens at a summer place, also an image after his mayoral stint in a review of the Old Guard military - one of these photos with the G. Legendre Photo, N.Y. World accreditation, 2 of the images from American Press Assoc. and one of the smaller photos Brown Bros. N.Y.; with a couple of smaller images of the Hillcrest home & of the Mayor & wife and sepia-tone photo of Kline in his old Guard uniform, completely with tall bearskin shako military hat - some edge, tips wear and occasional chipping to corners of images, in generally very good condition; The newspaper clipping scrapbook of 150 pages; very usefully at the front of the scrapbook is an alphabetical index of all the articles found within, all printed within the time of office of A. L. Kline as Mayor of the City of New York; Kline (1858-1930) had become acting Mayor of New York City on September 10, 1913 (and remains the only Mayor of NY who'd never held an elected position) upon the death of Mayor William Jay Gaynor (1849-1913), serving for the rest of that year; this scrapbook announces and gives Kline's & the NY public's reaction to the death of Gaynor, who had died while at sea traveling to Europe - doctors suspected from overwork and old injuries sustained from an attempted assassination a few years prior; in the index, most of the articles are given their newspaper attribution - N.Y. Tribune, Globe, Eagle, Sun, World, Mail, Post, Times - the date of printing, a short title of the article and the page number at which to be found in the scrapbook; at the articles' page, each is again dated, newspaper identified; with editorial opinions, news, police and crime pieces, various financial and board proclamations and debates, city works and charities, education and more covered here, headline examples include: Tammany Snow Contract Blocked; Temperance Women Welcomed; Teachers Pension Fund is found lacking; Mayor Elects Testimony; Mr. Stover Found in New Orleans (city official had disappeared from Parks Dept. post for a month); Kline Demands Budget Economy; Mayor Kline's Good School Appointments; Buildings and Safety of Them and hundreds more pieces - much on Mayor Gaynor, his life, death and city legacy and many other topics covered; in addition to the tipped-in scrapbook articles are laid-in sections of newspapers of the time, reporting the death of Mayor Gaynor and announcing the appointment of Kline as Acting Mayor; with another photograph tipped-on to a loose scrapbook page of A.L. Kline & John Purroy Mitchel (1879-1918) who succeeded Kline as mayor of New York (and was the second-youngest to have ever held the position at 34 years old); some of the scrapbook items with black and white illustrations; the book approx. 11" x 16 1/2" size; a ledger style, "Mark Twain's Scrap Book" by Daniel Slote & Co., N.Y., which touted a patented 'self-stick' mounting system for placing items within; ledger with this brand's sticker on front endpaper; textured green cloth covered boards, leather corners; spine covering gone, boards detached; some of the scrapbook leaves chipped and detached, the paper brittle and darkening; in generally good condition and giving an excellent nearly day-by-day accounting of Kline's short interim term as Mayor; there is no identity given of the scrapbook's maker, however due to its thoroughness, we speculate it may very well have been kept by a close family member or a mayor's office worker at the time; it would be very difficult to recreate the information found here in this same orderly and accessible fashion; a very good reference to New York City history of the time, via primary sources.. Manuscript. Not Bound. Good. `.

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        Indonesian Art. Selected Specimens of Ancient and Modern Art and Handwork from the Dutch Indian Archipelago

      The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1901. 60pp. Illustrated with twenty-five monochrome phototypie plates. Loose as issued in publisher's cloth-backed printed yellow board portfolio. A well-illustrated work with text descriptions of all the plates. The plates depict wooden statuettes, gold and bronze Buddhas, idols, weapons, shawls, paintings on cotton, puppets and so on from Bali, Java, Sumba, Damar and Borneo. A very good copy with only minor wear to head and tail of spine. SHIPPING (airmail): Europe 20.00 - Overseas 30.00 euros (book weights over 2 kgs.). After ordering you will be asked to accept the higher mailing ! . Gilt decor. cloth. FINE. 48x35.

      [Bookseller: ASIA PACIFIC LIBRARY]
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        The Mother?s Tragedy and Other Poems

      London: Privately Printed, 1901. One of 500 copies. White linen spine shows light aging, but no soiling. Paper title label lightly rubbed, chipped on the top right corner (see scan). Blue paper covered boards show some wear, extremity aging. The bottom corners bumped. Sewn binding tight, internally clean.. First Edition. Linen Spine, Boards. Very Good +/No Jacket, As Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

      [Bookseller: Gates Past Books]
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      New York: Doubleday, 1901. First Edition. Hardcover. Owner name in ink below the author's. Mild wear to the spine tips and corners with the spine edges rubbed. Near Fine. Original gilt-lettered red cloth. Classic turn-of-the-century autobiography by the successor to Frederick Douglass as the foremost American black leader of his time. Born a slave, Washington founded Tuskegee Institute, becoming its first president, at the age of 25. This copy of his best known book is SIGNED by the author on the front free endpaper to "Booker T. Washington/Tuskegee Alabama/Jan. 25, 1902." Signed First Editions of this classic of African-American history are quite uncommon.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        A collection of seven offprints, several containing sixteen papers, chronicling their work on protein structure, 1951-55

      Linus Pauling (1901-1994) became interested in what is now called "molecular biology" in the late thirties, after he had completed most of his work on the chemical bond, for which he won the 1954 Nobel Prize in chemistry. His primary interest was the molecular structure of proteins in the blood. This group of papers details many of his discoveries in the area of protein structure, including the pleated-sheet configurations such as hair, feather, muscle and tendon, silk, horn, gelatine, hemoglobin, and synthetic polypeptides; and also his work on polypeptide chains. Many of these findings are most profoundly illustrated by Pauling's wonderful molecular models, built during his years at Caltech. Includes: Pauling, Linus, Robert B. Corey, and H.R. Branson, "The Structure of Proteins: Two Hydrogen-Bonded Helical Configurations of the Polypeptide Chain." Together with the following articles by Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey: "Atomic Coordinates and Structure Factors for Two Helical Configurations of Polypeptide Chains;" "The Structure of Synthetic Polypeptides;" "The Pleated Sheet, a New Layer Configuration of Polypeptide Chains;" "The Structure of Feather Rachis Keratin;" "The Structure of Hair, Muscle, and Related Proteins;" "The Structure of Fibrous Proteins of the Collagen-Gelatin Group;" "The Polypeptide-Chain Configur-ation in Hemoglobin and Other Globular Proteins." Reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Nos. 4, 5, pp. 205-211, 235-285. April, May, 1951. Also: Pauling, Linus, and Robert B. Corey. "Configur-ation of Polypeptide Chains." Reprinted from Nature, Vol. 168, p. 550, September 29, 1951; Yakel, Harry L., Linus Pauling, and Robert Corey. "Structure of the Synthetic Polypeptide Poly- -methyl-L-glutamate." Reprinted from Nature, Vol. 169, p. 920, May 31, 1952; Pauling, Linus, and Robert B. Corey. "Compound Helical Configurations of Polypeptide Chains: Structure of Proteins of the Keratin Type." Reprinted from Nature, Vol. 171, p. 59, January 10, 1953; Pauling, Linus, and Robert B. Corey. "Two Pleated-Sheet Configurations of Polypeptide Chains Involving Both Cis and Trans Amide Groups." [together with:] "Two Rippled-Sheet Configurations of Polypeptide Chains, and a Note about the Pleated Sheets." Reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 39, No. 4, pp. 247-256. (April, 1953).One offprint, containing two articles by Pauling and Corey; Corey, R.B., and L. Pauling. "Fundamental Dimensions of Polypeptide Chains." [together with:] "Stable Configurations of Polypeptide Chains." Reprinted from Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, 141, pp., 10-33 (1953); and Marsh, R.E., R.B. Corey and L. Pauling. "The Structure of Tussah Silk Fibroin: With a Note on the Structure of -Poly-L-Alanine." Reprinted from Proceedings of International Wool Textile Research Conference, Australia, 1955. pp. [176]-186.

      [Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I]
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        The Poems

      London: The Vale Press, 1901. Three volumes complete - Volume One - ccx, [2]; Volume Two - clxxviii, [2] and Volume Three - clxxxviii, [2]. Original white buckram, author and volume in gilt to spines. Spines slightly browned, covers very slightly soiled, small amount of staining to upper cover of volume two and lower cover of volume one, edges of text block lightly foxed. Internally some occasional light foxing, mainly to bottom margin, mainly to signature 2a in volume one, but generally quite bright and clean. From the library of Laurence W. Hodson, with his book label to front pastedowns. One of three hundred and ten copies on paper, with decorative borders by Charles Ricketts. Watry B34. First Thus. Hardback. Good+/No Jacket (as Issued). 8vo. Limited Edition.

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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        History of Adelaide and Vicinity with a General Sketch of the Province of South Australia and Biographies of Representative Men.

      - 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. Adelaide; Hussey & Gillingham 26 and 28 Waymouth Street Adelaide South Australia. 1901. Rare to fine in such good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Time Booksellers]
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        APHRODITE. Moeurs antiques. Illustrations de Calvet

      Libraire L.Borel 1901 - In-octavo relié de 390 pages. Reliure plein chagrin marron, titre et tête dorés, dos à 5 nerfs, roulettes intérieures, RELIURE DE RENE KIEFFER SIGNEE. Un des 50 exemplaires sur japon. Sous emboitage.Etat irréprochable. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Animals' Picnic

      London: Ernest Nister Circa 1901. Chomolithograph printed boards with cloth spine, edge rubbing and corner wear, pages slightly age-toned. Mr. and Mrs. Elephant plan a picnic and invite all the other animals. This is a jolly book with 8 amusing color chromos as well as equally fun b&w drawings appearing full and partial page. Very difficult to find and this is a nice copy.. First Edition. Very Good/No Jacket. Oblong Folio.

      [Bookseller: E M Maurice Books, LLC, ABAA]
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      London: Ernest Nister, 1901. No date [1901]. Nister No.754. unpaginated but [52], with 8 colour plates and numerous b/w illustrations some full-page. Original glazed, cloth backed boards, very good and bright, slight rubbing to edges and corners a little worn, otherwise fine. Contents clean and tight, neat contemporary gift inscription to the front free endpaper, otherwise unmarked; paper a little toned, a couple of very short marginal tears. Fabulous story centred around the escapades of charming animals whilst on their picnic. This is an outstanding copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Large 4to Landscape.

      [Bookseller: Loe Books]
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        First on the Antarctic Continent,

      London: George Newnes, Limited,, 1901. being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900. Octavo. Original blue cloth, title gilt to the spine together with a small block, gilt, of the author on skis, and to the upper board with a large block in gold and silver of the Southern Cross in pack-ice, top edge gilt, the others uncut, black surface-paper endpapers. Photogravure portrait frontispiece, numerous illustrations to the text, 18 of them full-page, 3 folding, coloured maps. Slight whitening at the board tips, head, tail and very edges of the spine, a very good copy indeed. First edition. Financed by the publisher Sir George Newnes, the Southern Cross expedition "laid claim to a number of 'firsts': the first time dogs were used on the Antarctic continent, a furthest south record, the first sledge journey on the Ross Ice Shelf … today … best remembered as having discovered the northward movement of the Ross Ice Shelf and the emperor penguin rookery at Cape Crozier" (Taurus). Borchgrevink probably did not get the credit that he deserved as Sir Clements Markham and the geographical establishment were dismissive of his rather journalistic account, and their "attention was focussed on Scott's forthcoming expedition" (Howgego). It was not until 1930, just 4 years before his death, that Borchgrevink received the RGS Patron's Medal. An exceptionally nice copy of this uncommon and attractively-produced Polar title.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Spade House, Sandgate. 5 November 1901.. Three pages, in ink, on three panels of a folded small quarto lettersheet. Heavy horizontal fold from mailing, a few light smudges, else very good. Enclosed in an oversize half morocco clamshell box. Addressed to "Dear Sir," but the recipient is identified at the conclusion as W.H. Wright, Esq., just possibly the Harvard astronomer. In response to an invitation to lecture, Wells writes: "1901 is quite out of the question but in the mid of 1902 I don't see why I should not go ['come' inserted] to America. I want most keenly to get at the American public, and if you will believe me, my motives are not absolutely sordid. At present I feel I haven't got the American public, though I have got most of what is worth having of the British - & I understand this lecturing in some [indecipherable] way will conduce to that desired end. Will you tell me just how it is done .... & will you promise not to write or inspire one solitary paragraph about my home or my personality & will you consider the whole thing in no sort of way binding me - if I ask you to come down & talk about it? ..." Signed, "Yours faithfully, H.G. Wells."

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        First on the Antarctic Continent

      London: George Newnes, 1901. Hardcover. Good +. 333 pp. 32pp ads. Photogravure portrait frontispiece and 18 plates. Navy blue covers with gilt inlay on front and spine. Pages off-cut. Former Forbes Library, Northampton, Mass. book with Dewey decimal numbers on spine marked out, library bookplate on inside front cover and library stamp on title page. Some rubbing and wear to covers with bumping to spine extremities and corners. Half title page partially detached. Some scuffing and marks to ffep. Back hinge cracked. Text is clean with no markings. Two fold-out maps detached with significant tears along folds- one map has section torn away.

      [Bookseller: Come By Chance Books (IOBA)]
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        La Grande Flora de Colorado de Montaña y Llanos

      Denver, Colorado: Frank S. Thayer, [no date but plates with copyright date 1901]. Series I (all published), folio. (19 5/16 x 15 12/ inches). 1p. title/introduction with list of contents and limitation statement on the verso, printed in brown on thick paper. 12 chromolithographs by Percy W. Franklin after Osacr Achleitner, printed by Thayer, each print backed onto card and within its own matt, the oval opening of each matt framed by semi- relief decoration in blind, each image with descriptive text printed in brown on a thin paper protective guard covering the image, the guard attached to the backing card. Unbound as issued (except for the title/introduction which is bound to the lower cover) within the original morocco-grained cloth portfolio, brown morocco label on upper cover titled in gilt, fore-edge flap with fastener, wide dark blue satin ties with fastener, brown textured paper pastedowns. Beautiful and very rare western botanical work: limited to 1000 copies, this numbered 403. The present series of twelve images were all published by Thayer, despite his assertion, at the foot of the introduction, that "the public may anticipate the publication of the second series during the year 1902". A contemporary review published in that month noted that 'an "art portfolio," entitled "La grande flora de Colorado de Montana y Llanos," has been published by Frank S. Thayer, of Denver, Colorado. The ... series consists of illustrations, reproduced from water colors, of twelve " native wild flowers." The descriptions were prepared by Mrs. S. B. Walker, the well-known collector and cultivator of Colorado flowers. Her work has been exceptionally well done...' (The Botanical Gazette, vol.XXXIV, No.I, July 1902, p.79). The subjects of the plates were carefully selected from a State flora which, according to the publisher, "is perhaps the most diversified and extensive of any State in the Union. Botanists claim uupwards of 3,000 different varieties, extending from the plains at an altitude of about 4,000 feet to above the timber line in the mountains, at an elevation of about 14,000 feet". The flowers depicted are as follows: I. Wild rose -- II. Rocky Mountain aster -- III. Fairy's torch -- IV. Tiger lily -- V. Gaillardia -- VI. Pentstemon -- VII. Gilia -- VIII. Sand lily -- IX. Rocky Mountain thimble-berry -- X. Rocky Mountain columbine -- XI. Fringed gentian -- XII. Evening primrose. The text was provided by Sarah Bennett Walker, a Colorado pioneer, who was best known at the time as "the maker of many beautiful books of pressed wild flowers, besides ranking as an authority on the habitat of the various species" (introduction). OCLC 423995870 & 14193294

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        Ueber eine neue Art von Strahlen [About a new kind of rays], parts I & II. WITH: Weitere Beobachtungen uber die Eigenschaften der X-Strahlen [Further observations about the properties of X-rays]

      Leipzig: Barth-Verlag. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. First complete edition of Rontgen's announcement of the discovery of the X-Ray. "Hertz and Lenard had published on the penetrating powers of cathode rays (electrons) and Rontgen thought that there were unsolved problems worth investigation... As a preliminary to viewing the cathode rays on a fluorescent screen, Rontgen completely covered his discharge tube with a black card, and then chanced to notice that such a screen lying on a bench some distance away was glowing brightly. Although others had operated Crookes tubes in laboratories for over thirty years, it was Rontgen who found that X rays are emitted by the part of the glass wall of the tube that is opposite the cathode and that receives the beam of cathode rays. He spent six weeks in absolute concentration, repeating and extending his observations on the properties of the new rays. He found that they travel in straight lines, cannot be refracted or reflected, are not deviated by a magnet, and can travel about two meters in air. He soon discovered the penetrating properties of the rays... The apparent magical nature of the new rays was something of a shock even to Rontgen... On 22 December he brought his wife into the laboratory and made an X-ray photograph of her hand. It was no doubt the possibility of seeing living skeletons, thus pandering to man's morbid curiosity, that contributed to the peculiarly rapid worldwide dissemination of the discovery." In 1901 Rontgen won the first Nobel Prize awarded in physics "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by the discovery of the remarkable rays subsequently named after him." "About a new kind of rays" was published originally in separate issues of the rare journal Sitzungsberichte der Wurzberger Physik-medic (1895, 1896) before being published, together with "Further Observations", in Annalen der Physik in 1898. "Ueber eine neue Art von Strahlen" [ "About a new kind of rays" ], parts I and II. WITH: "Weitere Beobachtungen uber die Eigenschaften der X-Strahlen" ["Further observations about the properties of X-rays" ], pp.1-37 in Annalen der Physik, Neue Folge, Vol. 64. Leipzig: Barth-Verlag, 1898. (The full volume, 812 pages). Octavo, contemporary three-quarter cloth over marbled boards. Some wear to contemporary binding, otherwise fine.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        Marlene Dietrich.

      Subject: (Autografi - Fotografia). Bella e celebre fotografia "en tirage argentique" di cm. 25 x 19 con l'attrice in lungo abito da sera di lam? e pelliccia bianca con strascico (sulla scena dell'Olympia) e scritta autografa firmata : "To Richard Blinn with my thanks". Maria Magdalene Dietrich (1901 - 1992).

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA PIANI]
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        India. Malta. Ceylon. Turkey. c 1901

      Oblong, 37*29 cm, full blue leather with gilt tooling, some light fading. Internally, ink name of A Winifred Barrett, August 1901, to ffep, some titles hand written by the amateur photographer and some titled by professional photographers. A total of 57 photographs, generally 1 photo per page, sizes vary around 26*20cm, 38 by the amateur and 19 by 3 professionals (1 unknown in Kandy. 4 by Horatio Agius 1840-1910 of Malta, the remainder by Kevork Abdullah Freres 1839-1918, of Turkey who along with his brothers became the official Royal photographer to the Court of the Ottoman Sultan in 1863) Photographs include images of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (Toy Train), a narrow (2 foot) gauge train, with images of the engines, carriages and routes. The River Bramaputra in Assam, also Elephants moving trees. Malta Harbor with various ships, HMS Thunderer, Invincitha, Alexandra etc Also HMS Alexandra in 1888 which could have contained the future King George V. Kandy, Colombo Ceylon (Sri Lanka) showing Temples railways etc. Istanbul Turkey showing Mosques, Mosaiques and impressive river scenes. Finally in Athens showing various Temples and a monument. Fascinating. Please contact for a full description of all the plates.

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        Cosmic Consciousness: A Study in the Evolution of the Human Mind

      Philadelphia: Innes & Sons 1901, 1st LIMITED EDITION One of 12 copies on Holland Hand Made Paper (8). () xviii, 318pp. Very good. Small folio- 31.5 X 25 CM (12.5" X 9.5"). Three quarter leather binding with green cloth covered boards. Five raised bands on spine. Gilt lettering and decoration on spine with gilt linear decoration at edges of leather. Red marbled endpapers attached with red cloth at the gutter; slight rubbing to endpapers with a crease at the bottom right hand corner of the front free endpaper and some small closed tears to edges. Light stains to half title and title page, mainly on the outer edges. Printed on holland hand made paper with all outer edges untrimmed with a slight darkening to edges. A great copy. A small typed sheet titled 'Asylum, London, Ontario' placed loosely in. Richard Maurice Bucke (18 March 1837 – 19 February 1902) was an important Canadian progressive psychiatrist in the late nineteenth century. An adventurer in his youth, he went on to study medicine, practice psychiatry in Ontario, and befriend a number of noted men of letters in Canada, the U.S., and England. Bucke was informed and influenced by a decade's long relationship with the American poet and humanist Walt Whitman. Their relationship grew so intimately close that historians have since postulated an unrequited homosexual love between the two men (Rechnitzer 1994). Bucke's relationship with Whitman strongly influenced his personal philosophy, culminating in the work offered here, Cosmic Consciousness. Bucke's thesis in this book, published one year before his death, is that man's consciousness is evolving towards a higher moral plane where "love and faith" will replace "hate and fear" and where mankind will no longer need religion or fear death. Bucke imagined this "Cosmic Consciousness" as the final "evolutionary step" of mankind. A fascinating study, finely printed and heavily limited, of the nature of man by an equally fascinating man-- a psychiatrist and mystic who was decades ahead of his time. Included with this book is a biography of Bucke by Peter A. Rechnitzer. Signed by Dr. Richard Maurice Bucke..

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        The Life and Works

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited,, 1901 - 03. 19 volumes, octavo (224 × 150 mm). Finely bound by Zaehnsdorf in red polished calf, dark red morocco labels, elaborate decoration to spines in compartments separated by raised bands, triple rule to boards, decoration to turn-ins, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Monochrome frontispiece to volume 1. Some occasional light foxing, fore-edge a little spotted, couple of chips to labels, an excellent set. Limited to 525 copies. A handsomely bound library set of Kingsley's works.

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        Alice in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass, Hunting of the Snark, Fairy Tales

      Rare four volume complete set, 1901, 1902, 1903 and 1907 first editions, with the original dust jackets, 1901, ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, 1902 THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, 1903,  THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK & Other Poems and Verses, and 1907 FAIRY TALES, all written by Lewis Carroll and 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, very good or better condition.  Original dust jackets are very scarce, all have even sun fading, some tears and repairs as follows; Alice in Wonderland jacket is very good plus no tears, Hunting of Snark is very good plus no tears, Fairy Tales is fair with patches, old tape repairs, and Through the Looking Glass is actually another Hunting of Snark dj that is in poor with lots of tears and tape.  Exactly as shown, ask any questions, bid accordingly.  Thank you for viewing, see our other fine books for sale.

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        The Praise of Folie - Moriae Encomium

      London: The Essex House Press, 1901. vi, [2], 87pp, [1]. Full vellum, title in gilt to spine, cloth ties. Covers slightly splayed, very minor soiling to extremities, internally bright and clean. From the library of Laurence W. Hodson, with his book label to front pastedown. One of two hundred and fifty copies, this one is not numbered but is inscribed 'Mr Hodson's copy' and signed beneath by C.R. Ashbee. This copy was specially bound in vellum for Laurence Hodson, all the normal copies were bound in quarter parchment and paper over boards. This copy was shown at the Wolverhampton Exhibition in 1902. Signed by Publisher. First Thus. Full Vellum. Very Good/No Jacket (as Issued). Illus. by Sleigh, Bernard After Strang, William. Folio. Limited Edition.

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      [London: Edward Arnold / Essex House Press, 1901].. Stiff vellum. Pictorial title and initials by George Thomson. Vellum slightly bowed and faintly handsoiled, very slight tanning at edges, else a very good or better copy. First edition of the first book printed at the Essex House Press in the 'Endeavour' type. Copy #348 of 350 numbered copies printed on handmade paper. Such was the demand for this title that a stereotype edition for the impecunious was printed the same year. RANSOM 16. TOMKINSON 16.

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        Some Fruits of Solitude in Reflections and Maxims Relating to the Conduct of Human Life

      London: Essex House Press. 1901. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Full vellum with titles on spine, some spotting to upper board, woodcut vignette by Sturge Moore on title page, printed in red and black throughout with decorative initials, pages unopened, No.140 of an edition of 250 copies. , Small 8vo , xiv 257 [1] pp .

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        Two Essays

      Dublin: Privately printed by Gerrard Bros., October 15,, [1901]. A Forgotten Aspect of the University Question and The Day of the Rabblement. 8 page pamphlet. Original pink wrappers printed in black. Housed in a marbled slipcase and chemise. Spine tanned, some spotting to wrappers. An excellent copy. First edition, sole impression of James Joyce's first obtainable published work. Joyce was a student at University College, Dublin in 1901 when he penned this essay critical of the theatre of Yeats, Moore, and Martyn. "The Irish Literary Theatre gave out that it was the champion of progress, and proclaimed war against commercialism and vulgarity. It had partly made good its word and was expelling the old devil when after the first encounter it surrendered to the popular will. Now your popular devil is more dangerous than your vulgar devil. Bulk and lungs count for something, and he can gild his speech aptly. He has prevailed once more, and the Irish Literary Theatre must now be considered the property of the rabblement of the most belated race in Europe". This essay and one advocating female equality within the university by Joyce's schoolmate F. J. C. Skeffington were both rejected by the University College newspaper, Joyce's because he mentioned D'Annunzio's Il Fuoce, which was on the Index librorum prohibitorum. Instead, the two young men paid to have the essays published as a pamphlet in a small run of perhaps 100 to 200 copies which they hand-delivered. Joyce's only previously published work was Et Tu, Healy!, a pamphlet printed by his father when he was aged nine of which no known copies survive. Two Essays is scarce, with only six copies appearing at auction since 1990. The present copy is unusually nice, without the creasing usually seen.

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        Celtic Folklore Welsh and Manx

      Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1901 2 Volumes. Uniformly bound in green cloth with gilt titling to spine, faded slightly and a little sunned to spine, edges a little bumped. Cover corners are bumped and edges a little worn. Vol 1 - 400 pp. Vol 11 - 718 pp including the index. With a small ink ownership signature in both volumes. Has chapters on; Undine's Kymric Sisters, The Faries Revenge, Fair Ways and Words, Manx Folklore, The Fenodyree and his Friends, The Folklore of the Wells, Triumphs of the Water-world, Welsh Cave Legends, Place-Name stories, Difficulties of the Folklorist, Folklore Philosophy, Race in Folklore and Myth, etc. You definitely get your moneys worth!

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      E. R. Dumont. Very Good+. 1901. Hardcover. 40 of 42 volumes, lacking volumes 24 and 26 (plus 2 extra copies of volume 16 for a total of 42 volumes). Original half vellum covers over light blue boards show some age toning, and light wear to corners and caps. Boards and spines are straight. Bindings are tight. Gilt top edges. Untrimmed fore and bottom edges. Original notice "How to open a book" is laid in nearly every volume. Color frontispieces protected by tissue. Title pages have "Voltaire" and volume number printed in orange. Several full page plates in each volume and protected by tissue. Pages are completely free of foxing or toning, and are clean and appear unread. High quality paper was created specifically for the Voltaire collection, as there is a "Voltaire" watermark running along the border of many pages. This edition limited to 110 sets. A wonderful edition in beautiful condition! ; 40 VOLUMES OF 42 VOLUME SET .

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        RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM rendered into English verse by Edward Fitzgerald with illustrations by Herbert Cole

      London: John Lane, 1901. Very Good. This Edition de Luxe is limited to 375 copies for England and America, 350 of which are for sale". Prior owners inscritpion on inside back cover. White/cream colored cover with gilt lettering and green design and gilt lettering to spine, gilt top edge. Cover is soiled, fading to spine, front hinge starting to crack internally. Very Good condition with notes as described

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      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1901. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full crimson morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, plain black endpapers, all edges gilt. A fine copy. First edition, first impression.

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      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1901 First Edition of Rudyard Kipling's classic adventure. 8vo. 413 pp. + 2 pp. of adverts. Near fine in red cloth with some light overall use, (discreet tiny previous collector's name to the front free endpaper), teg., gilt titles and decorations. Black and white frontispiece and illustrations by Lockwood Kipling. A beautiful copy of what is viewed as Kipling's masterpiece & in some circles as the first modern espionage novel.. 1st Edition.

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        Folgerungen aus den Capillaritatserscheinungen

      Leipzig: Johan Ambrosius Barth,, 1901. [and] Ueber des Gesetzes der Energieverteilung im Normalspectrum [In] Annalen der Physik. Band 4, Number 3. 4 numbers bound in 1, octavo (215 × 140 mm). Contemporary library binding of yellow buckram, titles to spine in black, red speckled edges. Housed in a green quarter morocco slipcase and chemise. Cloth rubbed and marked, wear to corners, lower joint a little cracked, minor dampstain to lower corner of contents and the edges of a small number of leaves. A very good copy. First edition, first impression of Einstein's first published work, Folgerungen aus den Capillaritatserscheinungen, and the first edition of the second of Max Planck's two groundbreaking papers on his discovery of quanta, Ueber des Gesetzes der Energieverteilung im Normalspectrum. In 1900 Einstein had graduated from the Zurich Polytechnic near the bottom of his class and with no job offers, and he spent that autumn seeking private tutoring positions and doing independent theoretical work. The present paper was the result of the first project he undertook, to analyse how the capillary effect, which allows liquids to be sucked up through tubes, was generated at the molecular level. Einstein suspected that the molecules in a liquid might, like Newton's bodies, be "attracted to each other in proportion to their distance from one another" and investigated whether "the capillary effect showed such a relationship to the atomic weight of various liquids" (Isaacson, Einstein: His Life and Universe, p. 57). Though the underlying premise turned out to be incorrect, it was an important moment for the young physicist's career. "Not only is it Einstein's first published paper, but it shows him heartily embracing an important premise–one not yet fully accepted–that would be at the core of much of his work over the next five years: that molecules (and their constituent atoms) actually exist, and that many natural phenomena can be explained by analyzing how these particles interact with one another" (Isaacson, p. 56). This volume also contains the first edition of Max Planck's second paper on quanta. It was previously believed that energy was continuous and increased smoothly, but Planck discovered that energy behaved as discrete units which he named quanta, a breakthrough that contradicted both the classical mechanics of Newton and the electrodynamics of Faraday and Maxwell. This work would become intimately associated with Einstein: within only five years he had explained the photo-electric effect in terms of Planck's quantum mechanics, by "suggesting that the classical view that light is emitted in the form of continuous waves must be abandoned. The photo-electric effect could be explained only as an example of quantum action where the waves of light or X-rays are emitted in minute particles or bullets… it was for this, and not the theory of relativity, that Einstein was awarded the Nobel prize in 1921" (PMM 391). First editions of Einstein's first published paper are rare – only 6 copies of the full issue of Annalen der Physic have appeared at auction since 1978, all rebound, and only one copy of the offprint has appeared, a presentation copy signed by Einstein from the library of his son Hans Albert, the child of his first marriage to Mileva Maric. Weil writes that "it seems to be certain that there were few [Einstein offprints] before 1914. They were given only to the author" (Weil, introduction). The present copy compiles all four numbers of volume 4 of the journal, with the two papers in question located in number 3, pages 513–518 and 553–563, respectively.

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      Hammersmith: Doves Press, 1901. FIRST EDITION. ONE OF 300 COPIES on paper (and 15 on vellum). Hardcover. 238 x 162 mm (9 3/8 x 6 3/8"). 2 p.l., 27 pp. FIRST EDITION. ONE OF 300 COPIES on paper (and 15 on vellum). VERY ATTRACTIVE RUSSET GOATSKIN IN THE STYLE OF THE DOVES BINDERY (signed "N. H." in blind on rear turn-in), boards panelled with two sets of gilt fillets flanking a black rule (the black rule of the center panel with 20 spaced-out gilt circles), raised bands flanked by gilt rules extending onto covers, spine in compartments with gilt dot centerpiece, wide turn-ins decorated with the same elements used in the cover panelling, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Printed in red and black. Tomkinson, p. 52; Tidcombe DP3. Two leaves with faint marginal stain or foxing, but AN ESPECIALLY FINE COPY, remarkably clean and fresh inside and out. In contrast to Morris' proclivity toward the Baroque, Cobden-Sanderson (1840-1922) demonstrated that printing with plain type well set and with good margins could produce notable work. He was inspired by the example of the Kelmscott Press, but he went his own way, producing chaste and meticulous books that inspire in their simplicity. Trained as a lawyer, he studied bookbinding with Roger de Coverley, and then established the Doves Press in 1893. At the request of Annie Cobden-Sanderson, Mackail in 1900 delivered this appreciation of William Morris four years after his death. John William Mackail (1859-1945) was a distinguished classical scholar, a poet, and a literary critic and biographer. His biography of Morris is one of the best modern works of its kind. The present address, given to the society Morris founded, lays out the basic biographical facts of his life and includes some appended reflections about the central lesson for socialists to be found in those facts. The book was issued in June of the first year of the press, the third Doves book to be printed, and the first to be done in red and black.

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        The First Men in the Moon

      George Newnes, 1901. 1st edition. Hardcover. True first printing with the original black-coated endpapers in the publisher's original dark-blue boards, in very good condition, a few marks to the rear board, very minor bumping at the extremities, gilt lettering to the front and spine, the latter very slightly dulled. Sturdy binding, no weak hinges, all plates present. The pages are nice and clean bar an occasional bit of spotting, with a small fox mark to the front block. In essence, a well-above-average copy of one of the author's best science-fiction novels.

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        A Message to Garcia and Thirteen Other Things

      East Aurora, NY: Roycrofters, 1901. Small quarto. 166, (4)pp. One of 450 copies signed by Hubbard and with illumination by Emma Johnson. Although most copies of this book contained facsimiles of Hubbard's original manuscript, the present copy contains two leaves in pencil: McKenna notes that a few copies were issued with original manuscript pages bound in. The pages included in this copy are from Hubbard's essay "Art that Wins," which was not included in this collection. Slightest chipping to yapp edges, else extremely fine in original tan limp suede, housed in publisher's box.

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      Cleveland: Robert H. Perdue, 1901. First ed. Perdue, Robert H. 4to., Seven French folded leaves of handmade paper, with texts printed in black and red inks on a thin onionskin which is applied to the larger leaf. Seven elaborate illustrations in black, entirely hand drawn, one on each leaf. Publisher's gray paper over boards, cloth -backed with simple titling on the upper cover. Slight bump to one board tip and moderate dusting to the covers, otherwise a fine copy. Little is known of Robert Hartley Perdue although he was a highly skilled illustrator and inventor. In 1901 he produced ten hand-drawn copies of The Raven, each with the same illustrations, and each numbered, this is copy number 5. In 1902 he produced a slightly smaller version of The Raven, in an edition of 93 copies, with illustrations based upon the 1901 version, but this time the illustrations were accomplished with the use of the printing press. B.A.L. Volume 7, p. 148 lists the 1902 edition. A search of OCLC locates 10 copies of the 1902 edition, but none of this earlier hand-drawn edition. & In 1919 Robert H. Perdue and Leroy W. Theis obtained a patent for the "Leroy Lettering Guide, a drafting appliance suitable for use in lettering, tracings and the like". It would seem that Perdue used some earlier form of this devise in the production of The Raven.& In 1934, Robert Hartley Perdue published Descendants of Dr. William Perdue... John Purdue, Founder of Purdue University.&

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        MERCURIO. Revista Comercial Hispano-Americana. Publicación mensual. Desde el nº 1 de 1901 al nº 635 de 1930.

      Casa Comisionista J.Puigdollers Vacià, Barcelona 1901 - 29 tomos: entre 250 págs/500 págs + mucha publicidad alguna espectacular 27x35 cm Tela editorial impresa Marcas uso, buen estado Numerosos artículos de opinión, viajes, derecho, Historia local, historietas cómicas, fotos, ilustraciones, láminas policrómadas, grabados, publicidad época

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        1901 Mark Twain Writes to Cuyler Reynolds

      1901 - Mark Twain (1835-1910), born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, remains one of America's most beloved authors and humorists. Greatly admired for his wit and creativity, his best-known works are "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and its sequel, "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn". The latter is often referred to as 'The Great American Novel.' Cuyler Reynolds (1866-1934) was a well-regarded journalist and author who was named the Albany City Historian; his best-known work is the "Albany Chronicles." At the turn of the century, he was also curator and director at the Albany Institute of History and Art. This letter, dated April 10, 1901 and addressed to Reynolds from Twain, is accompanied by its original transmittal envelope. It is clearly a reply to Reynolds, and it reads: "Dear Sir, There is a most solid obstruction: if I wrote it it would be the property of the Harpers. But I couldn't write it anyway, as I am already a little overloaded with work. Sincerely Yours, SL Clemens". The letter's sight is 5 1/4" x 4"; it is archivally matted with a portrait to 13" x 17". Someone pencilled in the year 1901 to the date on the letter (the year is valid, according to the transmittal envelope). There is a small smudge of ink in the blank margin on the lower left. Otherwise very good.

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        Les histoires de Jean-Marie Cabidoulin.

      Hetzel 1901 - - Hetzel, Paris _s.d. (1901), 12x19cm, relié. - Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Reliure en demi chagrin sapin à coins, dos à cinq nerfs, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures montées sur onglets conservées, reliure pastiche moderne. Très rare envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à [Achille] Tournier, alors préfet de la Somme. Ouvrage orné d'illustrations originales de Georges Roux. Bel exemplaire parfaitement établi. Autographes d'exception & Les Classiques . La Librairie Le Feu Follet offre aux clients AbeBooks 10% de réduction ainsi que les frais de port vers la France métropolitaine sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 8625 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Raccolte e raccoglitori di autografi in Italia.

      Subject: (Manuali Hoepli). Milano, Hoepli, 1901, 16mo leg. orig. tutta tela copertina illustrata (timbro di possesso al front.) pp. XIII-376 con 51 tav. doppie f.t. (facsimili di autografi e ritratti). 1a edizione.

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        An Open Letter By Booker T. Washington, of Tuskegee, Alabama, Upon Lynchings in the South

      Tuskegee, Alabama: Tuskegee Institute, 1901. 8 page pamphlet. Complete. Sound stapled binding. Light wear and soiling but for the last leaf which has ink spots and old tape repairs. First thus: "Reprinted from The Montgomery Advertiser, The Birmingham Age-Herald, The Florida Times-Union, The Nashville American, The New Orleans Times Democrat." Very scarce. Not in the Blockson Collection at Temple University. Only 4 copies listed in Worldcat.. First Separate Printing. Pamphlet. Very Good -. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

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        First on the Antarctic Continent: Being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900

      - 1901 Newnes, London, 1st edition, 8vo, pp.xv, 333, 32 pgs ads, photo frontis w/ tissue guard, 196 bw illus, 3 color folding maps, appendices, uncut, teg, gilt decorated & lettered spine, front cover w/ gilt & silver image, dark blue cloth; cloth w/ light edge wear (principally to spine), corners lightly rubbed, maps w/ original folds, 1 map split along fold line & edge tear, tight, very good+. Borchgrevink's British Antarctic Expedition in the 'Southern Cross' was composed almost entirely of Norwegians and was the first to winter over on the continent, at Cape Adare. Louis Bernacchi was a member of the expedition. An important early Antarctic work. Uncommon. Rosove 45.A1.a, Spence 152. Ref 26126 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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