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        The Algonquian Series (10 volumes)

      New York: Francis P. Harper, 1901. 10 volume first printing set limited to 250 copies. Each volume is in red cloth with gilt lettering and uncut pages. Tight bindings with sound hinges. Clean pages with occasional finger smudges or pencil annotations. Some minor wear and soiling to covers; light sunning to the spines. Once the property of the Mercantile Library of New York, with handstamps with "Removed" and "LibX" annotations in pencil. Some dampstaining to Volume 2. Tooker is considered to have been the most knowledgeable and in-depth researcher of North Eastern Coastal American Indians (especially Long Island Indians), however his expertise, as evidenced by the works collected in this series, ranged as far south as Virginia and as far inland as the Upper Midwest The ten volumes are: 1) The Origin of the Name Manhattan, 2) Indian Name Places in the Borough of Brooklyn, 3) The Names of Susquehanna and Chesapeake, 4) Indian Names for Long Island, 5) The Algonquian Names of the Siouan Trives of Virginia, 6) The Bocootawanaukes or The Fire Nation, 7) Some Indian Fishing Stations Upon Long Island, 8) The Algonquian Terms Patawomeke (Potomac) and Massawomeke, 9) The Names Chickahominy, Pamunkey, and the Kuskarawaokes of Captain John Smith, and 10) The Significance of John Eliot's Natick and the Name Merrimac. Scarce; very hard to find as a complete set.. First Edition, Limited. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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      1901. An Extravagant Story. London: William Heinemann, 1901. 32 pp undated ads. Original yellow cloth decorated in black. First English Edition (issued a month after the American one), consisting of 1,500 copies in two states and three bindings. This was Conrad's only science fiction title, involving people from The Fourth Dimension -- though the work is largely Hueffer's.~The "I" narrator is Etchingham Granger, a writer of impeccable pedigree whose fortunes are none too good and who is forced to take on several disagreeable commercial assignments. Early on, he meets an extremely attractive young lady who is a "Fourth Dimensionist." This tribe of "new people" -- there is a dystopian pattern here -- lacks feelings and normal or human responses. They, and she, are dedicated to becoming the inheritors of the earth because of their superiority in intellect, control and deception. In particular, they plan to undermine public confidence in its institutions, which turns out to be fairly easy given the nature of the men who govern. The political satire lies here: everyone has a price and everyone is self-serving regardless of the seriousness of the isues. There is no "public policy" among public men. [Karl]~This copy is in the first state (without the dedication leaf that was tipped into later copies), and is in the primary binding (with the pictorial cover panel and with "W H" bracketing the windmill on the spine). It is a near-fine copy (scarcely any wear at all, with less cover soil than is usually the case with this bright yellow cloth). Cagle A6a.3.

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        The Hero

      London: Hutchinson & Co.,, 1901. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine and upper board gilt. Bookseller's ticket to front pastedown. Ownership signature to front free endpaper. Cloth rubbed and marked, spine faded and worn at the head and tail, hinges cracked, rear free endpaper lacking, occasional spots and light marks to contents. A good copy. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      MacMillan and Co 1901 MacMillan and Co, London 1901. First UK Edition / First Printing. Dated 1901 on the title page with no additional printings listed. 2 pages of ads at the rear. Red cloth with gold lettering at the spine. Top edge gold gilt. 9 plates illustrated by John Lockwood Kipling. Book Condition: Very Good+, clean boards and spine, light shelf wear, light spots especially at the endpaper and page edges, tight spine.

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        NATORI-GUSA 1,2

      1901. Fine. [DESIGN] YOSHII Seisen, designer. NATORI-GUSA Ichi, Ni. Kyoto, Honda Unkindo^. Meiji 36 [1901]. 25.5 x 18 cm., string-bound Japanese-style, fukuro-toji, printed title on printed covers. The first 60 images from a series of kimono designs by Seisen, published by the important design house, Unkindo^. HANAKURABE by Seisen was shown in the design book exhibition, done at Stanford, catalogued in ZUANCHO^ IN KYOTO. With beautifully printed color woodblock prints. Very good condition, fine impressions and colors.

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        SEIHO^ SHU^GA-JO^

      1901. Very Good. [EHON] Takeuchi SEIHO^, artist. SEIHO^ SHU^GA-JO^. Kyoto, Meiji 34 [1901]. 17.3 x 24.6 cm, Oblong printed textured paper covers, ribbon bound. Listed, but not seen, by Mitchell, Brown p. 202. 12 woodcuts per volume, Vols. 1 & 2 in monochrome, Vols 3 & 4 in light colors. Good impressions throughout. Some light foxing to the covers of vols. 1 & 2, else very good condition throughout. Complete as issued:

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        A signed photographic portrait of Skelton

      - A b & w half-length portrait of Skelton in naval uniform by Russell & Sons, approx. 4 x 5.5” (205 x 150mm), signed in black ink on a dark background but still legible, mounted as issued with photographer’s blindstamp beneath image, adhesion marks to verso where sometime contained in an album. Reginald William Skelton was the Chief Engineer on Captain Scott’s Discovery during the 1901-4 British Antarctic Expedition.

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        The Charters of the Borough of Cambridge. Edited for the Council of the Borough of Cambridge and the Cambridge Antiquarian Society

      At the University Press Cambridge 1901 - Maitland's copy, with his armorial bookplate, with the presentation--"Austin H Johnson / from Mrs Maitland / In Mem / April 27 1907" Maitland's sole collegial effort with Mary Bateson, the "rare and great success" whom Maitland had recruited, tragically to die shortly before him; with Maitland's introduction glossing the charters (in Latin and English translation) seriatim

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA]
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      MacMillan and Co, 1901. Hardcover. Very Good. MacMillan and Co, London 1901. First UK Edition / First Printing. Dated 1901 on the title page with no additional printings listed. 2 pages of ads at the rear. Red cloth with gold lettering at the spine. Top edge gold gilt. 9 plates illustrated by John Lockwood Kipling. Book Condition: Very Good+, clean boards and spine, light shelf wear, light spots especially at the endpaper and page edges, tight spine.

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      1901. London: George Newnes, 1901. Original dark blue cloth decorated in gilt. First English Edition, following the Indianapolis 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 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.~This copy is in the second of the four binding states (identical to the first binding, but with white rather than black endpapers; the two subsequent bindings had no gilt). It is in bright, near-fine condition, with minor rubbing at the binding extremities. Hammond B7; Wells 18; Currey p. 518; D. Smith pp 67-69.

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman]
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        Zoologische Ergebnisse der Dritten asiatischen Forschungsreise des Grafen Eugen Zichy. / Zichy Jenó gróf harmadik ázsiai utazásának állattani eredményei. (Dritte asiatische Forschungsreise des Grafen Eugen Zichy, Band II. / Zichy Jenó gróf harmadik ázsiai utazása, II. kötet

      Budapest, Victor Hornyánszky; Leipzig, Karl W. Hiersemann, 1901.. Quarto. Pp. xli, 472, Corrigenda included. Plus 28 finely printed lithographic plates, including 8 chromolithographs. Each plate is protected with a facing tissue guard, printed with captions referring to the multiple, detail images. With 22 illustrations to to text. Section title-pages. Set in double columns. Bound in the original publisher?s stiff wrappers, bit dust-soiled, marked, black lettering to upper wrapper and spine. In fine condition. Entirely unopened, untrimmed copy, practically unused, preserved in the original condition. A superb set of plates. ~ First edition. Unused copies of this finely produced report are practically unavailable.

      [Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague]
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        The Vision of William Concerning Piers the Plowman

      (New Rochelle, NY): Elston Press, (1901). Quarto. (3) (55)pp. One of 210 copies. With chapter head illustrations, borders, and initial capitals by Helen O'Kane. This fourth book of Clarke Conwell's press shows the heavy influence of William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones in its typography and design. Bound in linen-backed boards with paper spine label. This is an exceptionally clean, bright copy and uncommon thus.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        The First Men in the Moon

      1901 - Plates Binding a little worn and soiled and occasional slight staining at upper margin but a very good copy; faint ownership inscription and library blind-stamp on front end-papers First Edition, later state of binding with black lettering

      [Bookseller: Bertram Rota Ltd]
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      Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1901.. Red cloth, lettered in gilt and black. Extremities very slightly bumped, otherwise a very good copy, with the bookplates of Alain de Suzannet and of Paul Hyde Bonner. First American edition, BAL's printing 2, spine imprint A. The UK edition may have been issued simultaneously. With Harte's presentation inscription on the front free endsheet: "Madame Van de Velde from her friend Bret Harte The Red House, Camberley." "Monsieur and Madame Van de Velde, to whom Bret Harte so often refers in his letters, were his closest and most devoted friends. He met them during the time he was in Glasgow, and had known them for over five years when he came to stay with them in London ... Both understood the need that Bret Harte had for friendship and congenial surroundings, and their home, as long as Monsieur Van de Velde was alive, was the refuge to which he [Harte] always turned when in need of comprehension. After his departure from Glasgow, he came to London, and for some time was an inmate of their house." See The LETTERS OF BRET HARTE (edited by Geoffrey Bret Harte, 1926, pp.289-90) BAL 7396. SMITH H-330.

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        The Essays of Elia AND The Last Essays of Elia

      London: Dent, 1901. Third. hardcover. fine. 2 volumes. Introduction by Augustine Birrell. Frontispiece and b/w illustrations throughout by Charles E. Brock. Decorative title pages. 294, 254pp. Small 8vos, beautifully bound by Zaehnsdorf in 3/4 green morocco over marbled boards; ornate gilt-decorated spines with raised bands; marbled endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. London: J.M. Dent, 1901. Third printing. A fine copy.

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        Sport in Europe

      New York: E. P. Dutton, 1901. First American edition. 4to. Profusely illustrated. Handsomely bound in 3/4 green morocco, marbled sides and endpapers, emblematic tooling on spine, original gilt pictorial covers bound in, t.e.g. A fine copy . Articles on the varieties of shooting and angling in every European country, including Russia and the Turkish Empire

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        Form of Prayers and Blessings of Israel with an English Translation

      Brooklyn, NY: Hebrew Publishing Company, 1901. Unique Handmade Ivory and Brass Cover on Rare 1901 Siddur (Jewish Prayerbook) Form of Prayers and Blessings of Israel with an English Translation published by the Hebrew Publishing Company, Brooklyn, New York Book opens right to left. 511 pages. 32mo: 4.75 by 3.5 inches in size and 1.75 inches thick. The original binding may have been green cloth which has been covered over. The first layer is a white or cream colored celluloid frame on the front and back covers with a brass frame. Teeny brass nails mark the midpoint of the frame closest to the spine on both front and back cover. A detailed brass clasp and peg to hold the volume closed are intact. The hinge and clasp are probably prefabricated pieces. The front cover was truly a labor of love with many layers of artistry. Working from the outside in: a brass frame then a celluloid border about a quarter of an inch all around. Then there is a very detailed frame of silver colored metal about 4 by 2.75 inches. A zig zag border design is around all inner and outer edges of the tin frame. The frame does not respond to a magnet and may be sterling silver or German silver. The center is kind of an ovoid cutout with embossed three dimensional embellishments at top, bottom and both sides of the midpoint, like compass points (but not really a compass rose.) The embellishments have been incised from a single sheet of silver colored metal, some fine detailed work. The top and bottom, or north and south, points resemble somewhat half of a fleur de lis. On top of the silver colored frame and secured by eight teeny brass nails is a very detailed "lacey" ivory border. The ivory design ranges from a quarter of an inch at its narrowest to three quarter of an inch at its widest. There are two areas of losses to the ivory of about a quarter and a third of an inch. The piece on the left side does have some free movement - meaning it can pivot on the teeny brass nail. The left corner piece was Please see our photographs to view the missing areas. Inside the silver colored metal frame is green velvet backing (now faded) and in the center of that is a handcarved ivory medallion of the 10 Commandments Tablets which is about a half inch wide and 1.75 inches long. The back cover is celluloid. The spine has both remants of a paper cover and is about half covered with celluloid. The original green cloth cover is visible here. There are some green areas on the brass frame that may have some corrosion. It will be up to the new owner to clean and restore. As you'll note in our many photographs cello tape has been used across the spine and onto the covers. There is cello tape on the cover on both ivory and celluloid elements. The book itself is fragile. This was a beloved and well used volume that went to shul often and it does have handling wear and tear. The front cover and front hinge is loose. There is an inscription on the fep. There is some soil to the margins on pages 34 and 35 which is where the book splits. We note soil to page margins and tears to some pages including in the bottom margins of pages 63 and 65, 69 and 71. Page 223 is chipped in the interior margin and the book splits again at pages 224. There is a loose section 225 to 254 detached and laid in. The remainder of the book appears firmly bound until we get to the last page and rear endpapers also detached and laid in. The pages were originally gilt edged all around, this is largely faded. Thanks for shopping with us! 100% of your purchase benefits charity and supports literacy and lifelong learning.. Ivory; Cloth; Brass; Celluloid. Fair/No Jacket. 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall.

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        Les Petites Femmes de Japhet

      Paris - E. Bernard et Die., 1901 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce copy of this beautifully illustratedpublication on erotic art. In French. With numerous coloured plates throughout. Including a foreword by Jean de Bairys. Condition: Rebound in blue cloth with the original paper wraps bound in. Externally, generally smart, with just a few marks. Internally, generally firmly bound although slightly strained in places. Pages are quite bright, though with some scattered light spotting throughout. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Louis Wain's Annual 1901

      London: Anthony Treferne. Very Good. 1901. Soft Cover. Assumed to be the very first Louis Wain Annual c1901. The caption on one of the illustrations (a cat with a lantern) is -'Catastrophes are off in 1902. Take care how you step into the New Year. This way to the up to date year 1902'. Original pictorial Paper wraps 9.5 x 7.5" with 120 pages. 68 black and white illustrations (of cats) by Louis Wain nearly all of them full page or double page spreads. Several pages of fascinating advertisements. Small splits and slight loss to head and foot of backstrip also remnants of old tape, the staple binding is detached at front and back and it looks as though the text block has been reinserted with glue at some point - the glue has browned but is still holding. Several stories including - the withered hand by William Ingram, not about cats by Harold Tremayne and the wail of a cat by Frank T Bullen. Very scarce. .

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        Internationale Kunst Ausstellung Dresden 1901 vom 20 April bis 20. Oktober.

      Kunstdruck Niedersedlitz,, Niedersedlitz, 1901 - OLithographie. Niedersedlitz, Kunstdruck Niedersedlitz, 1901. 39,5 x 28,2 cm. Gerahmt. Mit der Titelei in Französisch, Englisch, Italienisch und Russisch. - Fehlstelle in linken oberen Ecke (ca. 5 x 14 cm) mit Textverlust in franz. Titelei, diese fachmännisch geschlossen, ansonsten leichte Gbrsp. Deutsch

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        Japan (and China). Its History Arts and Literature. Illustrated. 12 volumes (Volume 1-8: Japan. Volume 9-12: China)

      Boston and Tokyo: J. B. Millet Company, 1901. Three quarter green morocco with gilt and patterened boards. Each volume has raised bands with embossed design and lettering on spine. The spines are a little sunned as is common with books of this period. Top edge gilt with other pages deckled. This is the "Artists Edition". This is a 12 volume set complete. #412 of 500 sets. Gilt and green design pages, lovely decorative endpapers in a pattern rarely seen. Numerous tinted photograveurs. No previous owner's names, not exlibrary. Overall a GOOD set. Photos available upon request.. Three Quarter Morocco Leather. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Hardcover.

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      Macmillan and Co. Ltd. London. 1901. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (8 x 5.5 inches). Ten mono plates by J. Lockwood Kipling. A fine copy bound in recent half burgundy morocco, spine with five raised bands, compartments lettered in gilt. Burgundy cloth on boards with the original publishers front board, showing a circular gilt decoration to the centre, mounted onto the front board. Original cloth spine bound in at the rear of the book. Top edge gilt. A Lovely copy.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        A Texan in Search of a Fight: Being the Diary and Letters of a Private Soldier in Hood's Texas Brigade

      Waco, TX: Press of J. S. Hill & Co.. Very Good. 1901. First Edition. Original Wraps. A bright First Edition in Very Good condition with light edgewear, rubbed spot to front wrap, and rubbed joints. Original printed cloth wrappers; An account of routes and means of travel including comments of interest to travelers. West moved to Texas in 1855 and settled in Waco. For the first two years of the Civil War he served as Confederate attorney for the western district of Texas and joined Hood's Brigade. After fighting at Chickamauga he went into east Tennessee with Longstreet, and in early 1864 was honorably discharged. Howes W278. Dornbusch II: 1090. Coulter 469. Dedication: "To the women of the South this book is respectfully dedicated" .

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        The Works - 10 Volumes illustrated by C.E. Brock

      UK: J.M. Dent. London, J.M. Dent, 1901-1902. 10 Volumes. Hardback third and fourth editions. Some with gift inscriptions, some splitting to spines in places, light bumping to the spine tips. 1901-1902 . Very Good. Hardback. Mixed Editions. 1901.

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        EXTRA! Alaska Forum. September 1, 1901

      Rampart, Alaska:: The Forum Publishing Co.,. 1901.. Folio: 15" x 11". 1st printing. 4 pp. 4 columns of text under masthead.. Two leaves split along fold. Paper yellowing, as to be expected.. Discrete reinforcement to second leaf edges. 1.5" vertical tear to. lower margin of 2nd leaf [no loss]. Withal, a VG example.. The "Alaska Forum" a relatively short lived newspaper [Sept. 27, 1900 - Aug. 4, 1906] that sprang up to serve the many folk who invaded the small native town of Rampart City in an attempt to make their riches during the Yukon Gold rush of the late 1890s. & & This particular supernumerary publication issued as a promotional 'come hither' for the region, for as the Editor states, "It is the attention of the publishers of the ALASKA FORUM, by means of this special issue, to bring the attention of people in the Eastern states the claim of Rampart City, Alaska, as the gold mining center of this Territory. To that end thousands of copies of the FORUM are being distributed over New England and the Eastern States." & & Herein the Editor splashes numerous headlines across the copy [e.g., :A Rich Discovery! Made on Rhode Island Creek" or "Two Sections - Full of Gold - Easy to Reach"] announcing the many good 'finds' still being found, obviously in an effort to lure more people to the area, which, in fact, had reached the apex of its notoriety. & & Despite Wingate's efforts, a scant two years after this issue, Rampart City, depleted of its prospector population who had decamped for other fields, had shrunk back to its native, pre-Gold Rush size. & & A rare item documenting divers aspects of the Yukon Gold Rush.

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        The MASTER KEY. An Electrical Fairy Tale Founded Upon the Mysteries of Electricity and the Optimism of Its Devotees. It Was Written for Boys, But Others May Read It

      Indianapolis:: Bowen-Merrill Co,. (1901).. 8vo. 1st edition, 3rd state (Schiller Collection, #77). [16], 245 pp.. Green cloth with gilt lettering & pictorial paste-down on front board (1st state binding). Chemised, and housed in a custom green cloth slipcase with black leather spine labels.. Nr Fine (sq & tight/bright cloth & gilt/faint discoloration in lower. margin of first dozen leaves).. Illustrated by F[anny] Y. Cory. 12 inserted color plates (including frontis). 40 headpieces/tail pieces.

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        Zur Theorie des Gesetzes der Energieverteilung im Normalspectrum.Leipzig: Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1900. First edition.

      Rare first printing, and a fine copy, of the founding document of quantum theory, "marking the dividing line between classical and modern physics" (Norman). In this celebrated first announcement of quantum theory, Planck derived his radiation law based upon the assumption that energy is emitted and absorbed in discrete quanta. Dibner 166; PMM 391; Horblit/Grolier 26a; Evans 47; Sparrow 162.<br/><br/> "In this important paper he stated that energy flowed not in continuous, indefinitely divisible currents, but in pulses or bursts of action [or quanta]" (Dibner). Planck determined a unit of energy in a system showing a natural frequency in definite quanta and proposed a constant of angular momentum, the value of which is known as 'Planck's constant.' This unit of energy enabled the explanation of wave-length, specific heat of solids, photo-chemical effects of light, the orbits of electrons in the atom, the wave lengths of the lines of the spectrum, or Röntgen rays, the velocity of rotating gas molecules, and the distances between the particles of a crystal. "It contradicted the mechanics of Newton and the electromagnetics of Faraday and Maxwell. Moreover it challenged the notion of the continuity of nature" (PMM). <br/><br/> "Planck made many contributions to theoretical physics, but his fame rests primarily on his role as originator of the quantum theory. This theory revolutionized our understanding of atomic and subatomic processes, just as Albert Einstein's theory of relativity revolutionized our understanding of space and time. Together they constitute the fundamental theories of 20th-century physics. Both have forced man to revise some of his most cherished philosophical beliefs, and both have led to industrial and military applications that affect every aspect of modern life" (Roger H. Stuewer, Britannica). <br/><br/> Published by the Berlin Physics Society, the first appearance of Planck's revolutionary work is very rare. (It was later published, in 1901, in the more widely distributed Annalen der Physik).. In: Verhandlungen der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesselschaft im Jahre 1900, Zeiter Jahrgang, pp. 237-245. The entire volumes 2 and 3 offered here in a fine contemporary cloth binding with gilt spine lettering, 4to (221 x 147 mm), pp. vi, 260; vi 228

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        Curiosities Of First-class Cricket

      Edmund Seale 1901 - A compendium of unusual occurances, or notabilia, in cricket matches for the period 1730 to 1901, presented in chronological order. For example, from 1838: "Sussex (with F. Pilch) v. England, at Brighton, August 27th, 28th and 29th. J. Napper, for Sussex, was at the wicket two hours in his second innings for but 7 runs".  Small 8vo. viii + 126pp. Rebound in dark full-calf with original printed paper wrappers preserved, sl soiled. Handmade marbled end-papers. Gilt lettering to spine. A handsome copy.  [Padwick, 99]

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        Transactions of the Bristol andGloucestershire Archaeological Society

      1901 - London - John Bellows, 1876 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Twenty-two early volumes of the Transactions of the Bristol andGloucestershire Archaeological Society dating between 1876-1901. Edited by John Maclean and others. Included are volumes:I-IV, VI-IX, XI-XIII, XV-XXIV plus Index for I-XX (1876-97). Illustrated throughout with plates of illustrations, maps and plans, some of which fold out and some of which are in colour and further illustrations integrated with text. Lists of illustrations to all but volumes I andXVII and the plates in volume XXIII do not correspond to list [plates counted, complete to all with lists except those listed previously]To volumes I thirteen plates; volume II eight plates; volume III twelve plates; volume IV twelve plates; volume VI twelve plates; volume VII twenty-nine plates; volume VIII eleven plates; volume IX seventeen plates; volume XI sixteen plates; volume XII nine plates; volume XIII eighteen plates; volume XV thirty-five plates; volume XVI nineteen plates; volume XVII eighteen plates; volume XVIII twenty-one plates; volume XIX nine plates; volume XX eighteen plates; volume XXI twenty-five plates; volume XXII no plates, other illustrations integrated with text; volume XXIIIten double sided plates plustwenty-nine plates; volume XXIV ten plates. No plates to index. With an Index to Archaeological Papers to rear of some volumes. The Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society was founded on 21 April 1876. The aims of the society are to . . . promote the study of the history and antiquities of Bristol and the historic county of Gloucestershire, to encourage their conservation and to publish reports of excavations, research and original historical sources. The activities of the society include: Arranging lectures, meetings and excursions; Publishing research on the archaeology and history of Bristol and Gloucestershire; Encouraging research by awarding grants; Maintaining an archaeological and historical library; Monitoring the state of archaeological and historic sites in Bristol and Gloucestershire. The society has an extensive history of publications and the society&#39;s Transactions have been placed on their website. Their library is stored at the University of Gloucestershire. With newspaper clippings tipped-in to rear of volume two and previous owner&#39;s bookplates to front pastedowns and printers labels to front pastedown to last few volumes. Condition: Uniformly bound in half calf with cloth covered boards, one volume rebound in half morocco with cloth boards. Externally, generally smart but with slight wear to extremities, rubbing and slight marks to boards and in places slight marginal fading. With institutional lettering toall spines and labels to some. Two hinges tender, five strained,some very slightly strained. Internally, generally firmly bound, occasional chipping, slight loss to a couple of endpapersandslight closed tears. Some pages looseningand reinforced with tape to volumeXVI. Bright but with foxing to endpapers and slight scattered foxing throughout, predominantly to plates and marginally and occasional handling marks. Institutional labels, ink stamps and annotations to endpapers, occasional blindstamps. Some pages unopened to some volumes. Overall: GOOD.

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        Curso Completo de Derecho Mexicano o Exposicion Filosofica, Historica

      1901. Pallares, Jacinto [1845-1904]. Curso Completo de Derecho Mexicano o Exposicion Filosofica, Historica y Doctrinal de Toda la Legislacion Mexicana. Mexico [City]: Imprenta, Litografia y Encuadernacion de I. Paz, 1901. Two volumes. Octavo (9" x 6-1/2"). Recent cloth, printed paper spine labels. Light toning to text, internally clean. Ex-library. Small inkstamps to title pages. * First edition. Clagett and Valderrama say this is the best book on the subject. "[The] author has given a comprehensive, thorough, and extremely scholarly treatment to the entire field of Mexican law. Approaching his coverage first with a historical survey, Pallares discusses the heritage of Mexican legal thought from the mother country, the evolution of national institutions and law from the commencement of independent life, and then follows up in great detail on the codified and statutory fields in separate chapters. Doctrinal discussion of subjects of legal philosophy and jurisprudence has enhanced the academic nature of this work as a reference source." A second edition was published in 1904. OCLC locates 9 copies of the first edition and 6 of the second in North American law Libraries. Clagett and Valderrama, A Revised Legal Guide to the Law & Legal Literature of Mexico 372.

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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&#39;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 &#39;imaginative spree&#39;, and said &#39;it is probably the writer&#39;s best "scientific romance".&#39; One of the reasons it is the best of Wells&#39;s work based on science is that all the scientific aspects -- gravity on the moon, the impact of the sun on the moon&#39;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&#39;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.

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        The MASTER KEY. An Electrical Fairy Tale Founded Upon the Mysteries of Electricity and the Optimism of Its Devotees. It Was Written for Boys, But Others May Read It.

      Bowen-Merrill Co, (1901), Indianapolis: - Illustrated by F[anny] Y. Cory. 12 inserted color plates (including frontis). 40 headpieces/tail pieces. Nr Fine (sq & tight/bright cloth & gilt/faint discoloration in lower margin of first dozen leaves). Green cloth with gilt lettering & pictorial paste-down on front board (1st state binding). Chemised, and housed in a custom green cloth slipcase with black leather spine labels. 8vo. 1st edition, 3rd state (Schiller Collection, #77). [16], 245 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      1901. BRADFORD, Sarah H. HARRIET (TUBMAN) THE MOSES OF HER PEOPLE. New York: J. J. Little & Co., 1901. Second edition. 171 pp. 16mo., green cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Minor shelfwear, cloth and gilt lettering clean and bright. A clipping advertsing the book is affixed to the front pastedown, with an ink notation above. Ink ownership to first blank recto, slightly overopened at this page. Text clean and tight. This scarce 1901 printing of the 1886 second edition contains an Appendix including letters and newspaper excerpts, augmenting the historical background and biographical material pertaining to the life of Harriet Tubman.

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        Entscheidungen des K.-K. Obersten Gerichtshofes in Civil- und Justizverwaltungssachen : veröff. von d. Gerichtshofe Neue Folge Band 1-20 komplett (Entscheidung Nr: 1-1913)

      Verlag Manz 1901-1920, Wien - 20 original Einbände , kl.-8°, bis 1917 original Leinebände dann original Pappbände; Zustand: gut Erscheinungsverlauf: N.F. 1.1901 - 20.1920, 1901 - 1920 / Früher u.d.T.: Österreich / Oberster Gerichtshof: Entscheidungen des K.-K. Obersten Gerichtshofes in Civilsachen / Später u.d.T.: Österreich / Oberster Gerichtshof: Entscheidungen des Österreichischen Obersten Gerichtshofes in Zivilsachen de 5200 Buch

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        The Violet Fairy Book

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co.,, 1901. With Numerous Illustrations by H. J. Ford. Octavo. Original purple cloth, titles and elaborate pictorial designs to spine and upper board gilt, black coated endpapers, all edges gilt. Colour frontispiece and 7 plates, 25 full-page engraved plates, illustrations within the text. Cloth a little rubbed at extremities, spine rolled and very slightly faded, spots to lower board, occasional spotting and toning to contents. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. A very attractive copy with the gilt bright.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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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&#39;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&#39;s address, in an unknown hand. Smith&#39;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&#39;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 &#39;Her Majesty The Queen Visiting Her Wounded Soldiers. &#39; 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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