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        Antonio Stradivari, His Life and Work (1644-1737).

      William E. Hill & Sons, Violin Makers, New Bond St., London 1902 - 31 plates of violins and labels, 21 being chromolithographs, numerous illustrations in the text. 4to., later half tan morocco, marbled paper covered sides, spine faded but otherwise a very good copy.

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        The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature

      New York: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1902. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First American edition, first issue. "First Edition, June 1902" on copyright page; uncorrected spelling of "Nietsche" on page 39, line 11; without publisher's ads at rear. Includes the often missing inserted slip between pages 126-127. Near Fine. Spine cloth faded. Title label on spine lightly toned, though almost completely intact. Small bookseller label to front free end paper. A lovely first edition of James' influential text, derived from the Gifford Lectures which he delivered at the University of Edinburgh in 1901-1902.

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        The War In South Africa. Its Cause and Conduct

      London, Smith Elder. 1902., 1902. First Edition. 8vo. Original publisher's paper wraps. A 156 page booklet, beautifully clean and unmarred by the passage of time over such a fragile object. Light toning to text block, otherwise clean and delightful. A charming survival of a scarce item. Conan Doyle certainly was familiar with the subject of the Boer War; In 1900 he traveled to South Africa to serve as a doctor in a medical unit treating British troops. After his return he researched and wrote 'The Great Boer War'. and in the 1902 publication 'The War in South Africa: Its Causes and Conduct', Doyle responded to all of the charges leveled against the British; he declared that the 'concentration camps' were really refugee camps that the government of Great Britain was duty bound to create; housing was needed for the women and children displaced during the war- he admitted that mortality rates in the camps was high, but pointed out however, that this was due to disease rather than bad treatment; many British troops died similarly so Doyle reasoned that civilians in the camps were treated at least as well as Britain treated her troops. The book was a success; it was widely read and public opinion about Britain's Boer War softened. As a result of this contribution to his country's welfare Conan Doyle received a Knighthood from King Edward VII. Green and Gibson; A Bibliography of Arthur Conan Doyle.

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        Seven Poems and Two Translations

      Hammersmith: Doves Press, 1902. One of 325 copies. Printed in red and black throughout. 8vo., a handsome copy bound in full vellum by The Doves Bindery, spine lettered in gilt. The fourth book from the Press included two translations from the Iliad by Tennyson - 'Achilles over the Trench' and 'Hector and the Bridge of War'. Cobden-Sanderson decided to print these completely in red as a prologue and epilogue with the seven poems printed in black, with red titles, in between. He was thrilled with the result using Milton's words about his setting "...soaring above th'Aonian Mount, and brooding dove-like on the vast abyss!". The seven poems chosen were Oenone, The Lotos Eaters, Ulysses, Tithonus, Tiresias, Demeter and Persephone and Death of Oenone.

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        Souvenir: Acis & Galatea -- Masque of Love -- As Produced at the Great Queen Street Theatre, March 10th, 1902.

      J.D. Waddington, London 1902 - Small 4to. Stiff brown wrappers with black lettering and decoration, brown cloth tape spine. Unpaginated (ca. 75pp). Illustrations (some color, one tipped in). Very good. Yapped edges rather chipped as usual. A tight and nice first edition of this elaborate program which is much more than a program. J.A. Fuller Maitland introduces this elaborate production of Handel's pastoral opera "Acis and Galatea" and Henry Purcell's "Masque of Love." Shaw served as musical director and Craig (son of actress Ellen Terry) as stage director. Tipped to the front flyleaf is a heavy stock 11" X 8½" handbill announcing these two productions, listing cast, show times, etc., between March 15-22, 1902. A scarce booklet with even scarcer handbill. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Marie - Louise

      Paris: Goupil, Manzi, Joyant, 1902. Full leather. Fine. Paris: Goupil, Manzi, Joyant, 1902. Full leather. One volume. Quarto. L' Impèratrice Marie - Louise par Frèdèric Masson. De cette edition originale cent cinquante exemplaires sur papier des manufactures impèriales du Japon no. civ. Extra illustrated. Bounf in full red crushed morocco, gilt decoration to covers and spine, raised bands, top edge gilt, marbled endpaper. ( Text is in French ).

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        Sir Galahad, A Christmas Mystery

      New Rochelle: Elston Press, 1902. One of 180 copies, this one unique in a special binding by Zaehnsdorf "done by the old man himself. One of 180 copies, this in a special binding by Zaehnsdorf himself. 2 full-page woodcut illustrations, double page title border and decorative red initials by J.M. O'Kane, printed in red and black throughout. Sm. folio, bound by Zaehnsdorf in full brown crushed morocco with a fifteen line gilt border, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, inner dentelles decorated with five line gilt borders and small gilt roll, marbled endpaper, a little wear and tear to head of spine, otherwise a very good, luxurious copy. Loosely inserted is a typed letter (Aug. 11 1941) from Dutton's booksellers in New York to the collector E.J. Brady about the binding of this copy "I am sending you two Elston books today, and you are in great luck with "Sir Galahad" as that was bound by Zaehnsdorf of London and done by the old man himself, who I happen to know quite well. The binding alone is easily worth $40." Presumably Dutton's refers to Ernest Joseph Watts Zaehnsdorf (1879-1970), the grandson of the founder Joseph Zaehnsdorf. The Elston Press existed between 1900 and 1904 and produced about 20 or so books, all deeply influenced by William Morris.

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        The Exploration Of The Caucasus

      London: Edward Arnold, 1902. Second Edition. During the course of three journeys, in 1868, 1887, and 1889, Freshfield traversed the main chain of the Caucasus eleven times by eight different passes, and crossed in and out of Suanetia eight times by seven different routes. He took part in the ascent of three of the great peaks, Elbruz, Kasbek, and Tetnuld, in addition to several lesser summits. Also included here are accounts of the ascents of other peaks by several of his friends in the Alpine Club, H.Wooley, J.G.Cockin, and H.W.Holder. The illustrations are after photographs by Vittorio Sella, M. De Déchy, H.Woolley, W.F.Donkin, and S.Sommier. Neate 288. 2 Volumes. large 8vo. pp. xii, 278; viii, 295, [1]. with half-titles. profusely illus. incl. 2 frontis. (1 folding) & 4 folding maps (3 in colour; 1 with partial colour). untrimmed in original cloth (joints & extremities frayed)

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        The Collected Poems, Lyrical and Narrative, of A. Mary F. Robinson [Madame Duclaux]

      T. Fisher Unwin, London 1902 - 303pp. Beautifully bound in three-quarter olive green morocco over green marbled boards (handmade paper), raised bands on spine with superb interlocking stem and blossom patter, marbled endsheets. Extra-illustrated with two holograph poems in Robinson's hand and both bearing the author's name at the end, one appearing in the front ("The Idea,") and the other at the end ("The Cup of Life."). The latter is purple-stamped by "The Roycrofters," and dated Dec. 12, 1923, East Aurora." As well, at the very end is a small tipped-in engraved card of a winter scene. Robinson was a noted poet and biographer who wrote a rather scholarly work on Emily Bronte. The author was in a long romantic relations with Vernon Lee (Violet Paget) but later married James Darmester in 1887 and finally the French scientist Emile Duclaux. First poem on onion skin or rice paper, the second annotated May 24 and with one correction: the old title, "The Answer" is crossed out and replaced by the new one, the cup of life. TEG, others, uncut. Fine condition and a nice combination of art, aesthetics and poetry. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Manuscript Circulating Magazine - Splendid Drawings, Poetry, Recipes and More.

      England 1902 - England, July - October, 1902. Unpublished juvenile manuscript magazine produced by teens from across England, featuring numerous coloured hand drawings, 5 original photographs, and unusually substantial, informative written works. 8vo. 115 pages. Black cloth boards decorated with a regal motif by the contributors, to commemorate the coronation of King Edward VII in August. Volumes measure approximately 21 x 24 cm. Wear to boards, particularly at extremities, lacking a frontis of Julius Ceasar according to the table of contents, otherwise in very good condition, a charming and well composed number. Yielding a broad spectrum of subject matter and exceptional manuscript drawings, complete with editor's page, reader's commentary, treasurer's page, and a quarterly address, this volume travelled far and wide throughout England, to contributors in London, Sydenham, Dorchester, Devon, Plymouth, Ilchester, Worcester, Leeds, Manchester, Bath, Birmingham, and Lancashire. Produced in the year of Edward VII 's coronation, the royal event appears in two formats by two clever contributors. A notable work in this volume is a well researched and unusually thorough 20 page description of the regalia used in British coronation ceremonies, complete with several ink drawings, composed by two siblings with the surname Crisford. Accolades from readers praise this work. An exceptionally rare snapshot photograph from the Second Boer War, showing South African Boer commander and rebel leader, the formidable Christiaan Rudolf de Wet, alongside Colonels Law and Hammond of the Bedfordshire Regiment at Brandfort, South Africa., is furnished and captioned by one of the contributors whose father was evidently also a participant. In 1900, the British had hopes that capturing the enemy capital, Pretoria, would end the war. The following two years, however, were a period of exhausting guerrilla warfare, the Boers having the advantage of knowledge of the country, mobility, and a friendly civilian populace. In the Orange Free State, De Wet in particular exploited these advantages brilliantly. It was against him that the 2nd Bedfords were now to operate. The Boer "front" was at Brandfort. On the eve of Lord Roberts' advance from the Free State capital, General Christian De Wet and other Free State officers were already falling back, thus allowing the English to occupy Brandfort. Eventually 4,000 of De Wet's Commando's surrendered; De Wet escaped as usual. He took an active part in the peace negotiations of 1902, being one of the signatories. Briefly (30 to 31 May) he took on the role of Acting State President of the Orange Free State, when President Steyn had to leave the negotiations due to illness. De Wet was one of the signatories of the Treaty of Vereeniging. At the conclusion of the war he visited Europe with other Boer generals. Also engaging is a 19 page Egyptology paper, with manuscript plates which so skilfully illustrate ancient Egyptian frescoes, earthenware, bronze vessels, agriculture, arts and labour. Titled "Love and Money" a clever 13 page narrative in the form of a parable is both thought-provoking and uplifting. An address is made by Reverend Cecil Foster Burgess, Vicar of Stratton St Margaret in the Borough of Swindon, Wiltshire. Other contributions of interest include a cookery page with recipes such as "Railway Pudding," useful household hints, a biblical expert reflecting inner peace presented in a fine nationalist coloured motif, watercolour drawings of flowers and children from Holland and France, several gargoyle sketches, a clever cartoon, comical illustrations, and three original photographs from Calcutta including one of the palm grove botanical gardens. During the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) 55,000 Boers of the Transvaal and Orange Free State fought a guerrilla war against 500,000 British soldiers under the leadership of Generals Christiaan de Wet, Jan Smuts, Louis Botha and Koos de la Rey. The Boer Generals were looked upon as heroes

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        Montmartre et ses chansons Poètes et chansonniers EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Henri Daragon, 1902. Fine. Henri Daragon, Paris 1902, 14x22,5cm, relié. - First edition, one of 10 numbered copies on Japan, ours unjustified, drawing on large paper with the smaller 10 Chine.binding chocolate half morocco corners, back with five nerves, when golden tail, flat marbled paper guards and contreplats of handmade paper, covers and spine preserved, gilded head, contemporary binding signed by L. Pouillet.Envoi autograph signed by the author to the publisher of the book Henri Daragon.Notre copy is enriched a card on which L. Bercy added a few words and that is the header of the cabaret Ane red whose author was the owner; 5 autograph letters of the author addressed to his éditeur.Ouvrage illustrated portraits 5-load C. Léandre.Notre copy, like all large paper copies, is full of double state-portraits loads copy .Exceptionnel fully established. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 10 exemplaires numérotés sur Japon, le nôtre non justifié, tirage en grand papier le plus restreint avec 10 Chine. Reliure en demi maroquin chocolat à coins, dos à cinq nerfs, date dorée en queue, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée, reliure de l'époque signée de L. Pouillet. Envoi autographe signé de Léon de Bercy à l'éditeur de l'ouvrage Henri Daragon. Notre exemplaire est enrichi d'une carte de visite sur laquelle L. de Bercy a ajouté quelques mots et qui est à l'en-tête du cabaret de l'Ane rouge dont l'auteur fut le propriétaire; de 5 lettres autographes de l'auteur adressées à son éditeur. Ouvrage illustré de 5 portraits-charge de C. Léandre. Notre exemplaire, à l'instar de tous les exemplaires en grands papiers, est bien complet du double état des portraits-charges. Exceptionnel exemplaire parfaitement établi.

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        Veröffentlichungen der Gutenberg-Gesellschaft. Band I bis XXIII (in 13 Bänden). (Vollständige Reihe).

      Mainz Verlag der Gutenberg-Gesellschaft -1934 1902 - O-Broschur (4 Bände in fester Bibliothekseinbindung), Broschurbände unbeschnitten und z. Teil unaufgeschnitten, 2 Broschurbände: Einband lose u. mit kl. Fehlstellen, Seiten auf Büttenpapier und sauber und Abbildungen im Text. Band I: 57 Seiten mit 13 Tafeln, Band II: 49 Seiten mit 7 Tafeln, Band III: 51 Seiten mit 11 Tafeln. Band IV: 75 Seiten mit 11 Tafeln. Band V-VII: 235 Seiten mit 14 Tafeln. Band VIII-IX: 166 Seiten mit 1 Tafel. Band X-XI: 113 Seiten mit 23 Tafeln. Band XII-XIII: 116 Seiten ohne Tafeln. Band XIV-XIX: 289 Seiten mit 10 Tafeln. Band XX: 125 Seiten mit 52 Tafeln. Band XXI: 92 Seiten mit 20 Tafelabbildungen. Band XXII: 270 Seiten u. 25 Seiten mit 19 Tafeln. Band XXIII: 131 Seiten mit 36 Tafeln, 4°. Die Bände gliedern sich in folgende Titel. I. Zedler: Die älteste Gutenbergtype; II. Schwenke: Die Donat- und Kalender-Type; III. Schröder, Zedler, Wallau: Das Mainzer Fragment vom Weltgericht. Falk, Wallau: Der Canon Missae vom Jahre 1458; IV. Zedler: Das Mainzer Catholicon; V-VII. Schröder: Das Mainzer Fragment vom Weltgericht. Zedler: Die 42-zeilige bibeltype im Schöfferschen Missale Moguntinum von 1493. Tronnier: Die Missaldrucke Peter Schöffers und seines Sohnes Johann.Velke: Zu den Bücheranzeigen Peter Schöffers. VIII-IX. Seymour de Ricci: Catalogue raisonne des premieres impressions de Mayence (1445-1467); X-XI. Zedler: Die Bamberger Pfisterdrucke und die 36-zeilige Bibel; XII-XIII. Zedler: Die Mainzer Ablassbriefe der Jahre 1454 und 1455; XIV-XIX. Schottenloher: Das Regensburger Buchgewerbe im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert; XX. Zedler: Gutenberg und Schöffer im Lichte des Mainzer Früdrucks. 1. Die sog. Gutenbergbibel sowie die mit der 42-zeiligen Bibeltype ausgeführten kleineren Drucke; XXI. Schottenloher: Die Landshuter Buchdrucker des 16. Jahrh.; XXII. Schorbach: Der Strassburger Frühdrucker Johann Mentelin; XXIII. Zedler: Gutenberg und Schöffer im Lichte des Mainzer Frühdrucks. 2. Gutenbergs älteste Type und die mit ihr hergestellten Drucke. 0 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Mathilde, Zeichnungen aus dem Leben einer armen Frau

      Munchen, D.W. Callway. PAPERBACK. Poor copy best suited for rebinding. In three pieces, though all pages and cover present. Spine mostly perished. An interesting association copy, with a long inscription from Hauptmann to Frank Wedekind. Both important German dramatists. * Rare books make Fine Gifts. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Fair. 1902.

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        Color problems A practical manual for the lay student of color

      1902. VANDERPOEL, Emily Noyes. Color problems. A Practical Manual for the Lay Student of Color. xv, 137 pp. Illustrated with 117 colour plates, each on a stub, and an envelope containing a chart and two plastic colour squares. 8vo., 194 x 145 mm, bound in original green cloth, gilt on front cover and spine. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1903. First Edition, second printing of a magnificent and little known masterpiece of American book-making. Vanderpoel was a New York artist, author, and collector of oriental art objects. Color Problems was intended as a manual for all those (decorators, designers, lithographers, etc.) requiring a fuller understanding of colour theory. She refers to Chevreul, Bezold, Rood, Church, and others as having written more technical treatises or artists' manuals. The text focuses on colour contrasts and harmonies, with 117 plates printed in colour, and includes an appendix of definitions and terms and an interesting bibliography of fifty titles in several languages. This copy is complete with the mask, which is usually missing, inside the pocket of the rear cover. Spine lightly rubbed with evidence of old sticker, but a good copy. Wurmfeld, Color Documents 41 (illustrating four of the plates in colour). Birren 629.

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        Teoría Gráfica de las Conmutatrices

      Madrid, Imprenta y Litografía del Ministerio de Marina, 1902. 4to.mayor; 252 pp., 2 hs., con 31 figuras entre el texto. Cubiertas originales. García de los Reyes, nacido en Montevideo, fue uno de los marinos españoles de más alto nivel técnico del pasado siglo. Ingresó en la Escuela Naval en 1876, se doctoró en Ingeniería Eléctrica en el Instituto Técnico de Montefiore, en Lieja. Tomó parte en las Campañas de Filipinas y Africa, dirigió más tarde la Escuela de Submarinos de Cartagena y fue Ministro de Marina en 1928. Murió en Paracuellos del Jarama en los primeros meses de la Guerra Civil. No se halla registrado en el «Ensayo de Bibliografía Marítima Española».

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        Les Trente-six Vues de la Tour Eiffel

      1902. RIVIÈRE, Henri. Les Trente-six Vues de la Tour Eiffel. Prologue d'Arsène Alexandre. [16] pp. Illustrated with 36 coloured lithographs. Oblong 4to., 225 x 285 mm, bound by Charles Baron in blue paper over boards, embossed with circular Japonisme iris ornaments, title-labels on front cover and spine, in original matching brown slipcase. Paris: Eugène Verneau, 1902. |~||~||~||~| First Edition. Limited to 500 copies (though see below) on vélin wove paper manufactured exclusively for the publication by the Rives paper mill. Signed by initial block HR on justification leaf. Each lithograph signed in the plate with Henri Rivière's initial stamp. Essentially Les Trente-six Vues de la Tour Eiffel is an Art Nouveau livre d'artiste. Yet the book owes as much to Japonisme as it does to Art Nouveau. The elegant japoniste mise-en-page, the delicate ornamental details, and the unusual typeface designed and set by Art Nouveau designer George Auriol, give the book a unique, exotic sensibility. The thirty-six coloured lithographs were executed by Rivière between 1888 and 1902; the lithographs were then carefully printed for the edition under his direction. Each coloured lithograph captures the presence of the newly constructed Eiffel Tower from a different vantage point, much like Hokusai's 36 views captured Mt. Fuji in 1831. Sometimes we are passing directly under the tower, other times it is seen in the far distance surrounded by clouds. The printed index at the end identifies the location from which each view was drawn. The Eiffel Tower was built for the 1889 World's Fair, and yet, by the time Rivière's 36 views were published, the excitement over the tower was over, and the book was a commercial failure. Far fewer copies than the anticipated five hundred were actually printed, making the book rare and highly sought-after today Henri Rivière (1864-1951), a grand figure at the Montmartre cabaret Le Chat Noir, was one of the most inventive actors during the Belle époque. He created the celebrated Théâtre d'ombres which held performances at Le Chat Noir to the end of the 1880s. He was also a collector of Japanese woodblock prints and played a significant role in the promulgation of Japanese art that became all the rage in Paris in the second half of the nineteenth-century. A very fine copy preserved in its original delicate paper binding. Very rare thus. Cachin Françoise & Marc Bascou, De Manet à Matisse: sept ans d'enrichissement au Musée d'Orsay [Exhibition catalogue], Paris, 1990.

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        Styx. Gedichte.

      Berlin Axel Juncker Verlag 1902, Erstausgabe.. 8° ( 19,5 x 13,3 cm). Helles Originalhalbleinen mit grüngeprägtem Deckelbild nach der Autorin, Kopfgoldschnitt und goldgeprägten Titeln. Der Einband leicht angeschmutzt mit kleinen Fehlstellen des Bezugspapiers. Buchblock neu eingehangen, Vorsatzpapiere erneuert. Auf Bütten gedrucktes Exemplar. Die Vorderdeckelillustration auf dem Titelblatt wiederholt. 77 (+2) Seiten mit wiederholten jugendstiligen Kopfleisten und Schlußornamenten von Fidus. Die Klammerung gering rostig. Im Innenbereich sauber und wohlerhalten. Vier kaum sichtbare Markierungen in Bleistift im Inhaltsverzeichnis. Seite für Seite genau überprüftes Exemplar in gutem Zustand.. Auf dem Widmungsblatt sechszeilige Zueignung an Hans Heinrich von Twardowski in Tinte von Herbert Grünbaum. Beide waren deutsche Schauspieler, Grünbaum jüdischer Herkunft, Twardowski ein Nazi-Gegner. Zusammen spielten Sie unter anderem in dem 1930 gedrehten Film Der König von Paris. #LitVit

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        The Epistle of Peter Peregrinus

      London, U.K.: Charles Whittingham and Company, 1902. No dust jacket. Hardcover. Signed and dedicated by the author on second of front endpapers. No. 74 of an edition of 250 copies. Minor brown staining on spine sides and along lower edge of front board. Edges of boards are a little faded. Cloth spine is a little faded and bumpy. Pages are lightly rough-cut. One or two age spots on page near middle of item (pages are unnumbered). Binding is sound and contents are clear. AF. By Author. hardcover. Good/No Dust Jacket. Used.

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        Tale of Peter Rabbit

      1902. POTTER, Beatrix.The Tale of Peter Rabbit.London and New York: Frederick Warne, [1902].First trade edition—among the earliest issues, with first-state text and earliest endpapers—of Potter?'s first book, one of the most popular of not only her but also all children?'s tales, with 30 charming color illustrations.In 1893, young Beatrix Potter, on holiday with her parents in Scotland, composed a letter to cheer Noel, the child of her former governess, who was suffering from rheumatic fever. "My dear Noel," she began, "I shall tell you a story about four little rabbits, whose names were Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter…" The Tale of Peter Rabbit was born. Undaunted by multiple publishers' rejections, Potter published the first two private editions of Peter Rabbit at her own expense, both editions totaling only 450 copies—which immediately sold. Publisher Frederick Warne agreed to print the first trade edition of Peter Rabbit and presented for the first time the now-familiar format of Potter's books: the earlier black-and-white line drawings replaced by full-color illustrations and the famous prancing image of Peter mounted on the front cover.Quinby 2.Light scattered soiling and marginal finger-smudging; expert restoration to binding. An extremely good copy. Rare.

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        Staghunting with the Devon and Somerset 1887-1901 : an account of the chase of the wild red deer on Exmoor / by Philip Evered. Illustrated by H.M. Lomas

      [London] : Chatto & Windus, London; James G. Commin, Exceter, 1902. 1st Edition. Sumptuously bound in a contemporary, hand-crafted designer binding with inner gilt dentelles and all edges gilt. Raised bands, gilt cross-bands. Spine compartments uniformly gilt-tooled. Minor dulling, scuffing to the spine bands and panel edges. A highly attractive copy; of presentation quality. Physical description; xv, 378, [2] p. : ill. ; 23cm. Illustrations are included in the pagination. Subjects; Devon and Somerset Staghounds. Red deer hunting - England - Exmoor. Deer hunting. Hunting - England - Exmoor.

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        Architectural Gardens of Italy A Series of Photogravure Plates From Photographs Made for and Selected By A Holland Forbes (3 volume set)

      New York, Forbes & company, limited, 1902-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 3 volume set. Large folios, 44 x 34 cm. Publisher’s green cloth portfolios with black lettering and décor. Limited edition of 750 sets, of which this is no. 97. 196 plates, loose as issued. Internally excellent, with clean, unmarked pages. Gorgeous photogravures. Some fray, minor splitting to outer edge of portfolio cases. Library book plates inside cover. A. Holland Forbes was a known architect, balloonist and aviator, and editor for The Architect. This collection showcases some of the exceptional architecture that went into the Rennaissance gardens of Italy. Top folding flap of Vol. III is detached. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US.

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        Styx. Gedichte.

      Berlin Axel Juncker Verlag 1902, Erstausgabe. - LitVit 8° ( 19,5 x 13,3 cm). Helles Originalhalbleinen mit grüngeprägtem Deckelbild nach der Autorin, Kopfgoldschnitt und goldgeprägten Titeln. Der Einband leicht angeschmutzt mit kleinen Fehlstellen des Bezugspapiers. Buchblock neu eingehangen, Vorsatzpapiere erneuert. Auf Bütten gedrucktes Exemplar. Die Vorderdeckelillustration auf dem Titelblatt wiederholt. 77 (+2) Seiten mit wiederholten jugendstiligen Kopfleisten und Schlußornamenten von Fidus. Die Klammerung gering rostig. Im Innenbereich sauber und wohlerhalten. Vier kaum sichtbare Markierungen in Bleistift im Inhaltsverzeichnis. Seite für Seite genau überprüftes Exemplar in gutem Zustand. Auf dem Widmungsblatt sechszeilige Zueignung an Hans Heinrich von Twardowski in Tinte von Herbert Grünbaum. Beide waren deutsche Schauspieler, Grünbaum jüdischer Herkunft, Twardowski ein Nazi-Gegner. Zusammen spielten Sie unter anderem in dem 1930 gedrehten Film Der König von Paris. 550

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        Attraverso gli albi e le cartelle. (Sensazioni d'arte). Prima-quarta serie

      Istituto Italiano d'Arti Grafiche 1902-1921, Bergamo - Lievi abrasioni lungo i bordi delle copertine una copertina parzialmente staccata alcune cuciture leggermente allentate un fascicolo scucito 3 tavole staccate perdute due pagine (vol. I pp. 85-86) una tavola riprodotta in fotocopia a colori 372 322 329 346 con numerosissime ill. n.t. e tavv. f.t. anche a colori p. 4 voll 270x200 mm p.tela edit. (conservate all\'interno le copertine delle brossure originali illustrate da Mataloni)

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        [Photo Album]: South Africa

      South Africa. [Circa 1900s]. Oblong quarto. Measuring 9.5" x 11.5". String-tied photo album. A collection of 161 sepia toned or black and white photographs measuring between 2" x 3" and 6.25" x 8.5" affixed to stiff black paper with some of them laid in, and some captions on the back. All photographs are near fine or better in a very good photo album with a detached front board. The album contains snapshot photographs from a British family vacationing in South Africa at the turn of the century showing them camping in tents and cabins. The images include beautiful scenes of the countryside with some large photos of waterfalls and mountainsides as well as the indigenous people alongside the British settlers seemingly during or just after the Second Boer War, which ended in 1902. These include images of native peoples in traditional dress as well as farmers cultivating the soil with large plows. Interspersed throughout the collection are a few commercial shots with captions of "Zulu mothers," "Isipingo, Natal," and "The Club, Esplanade, Durban." The family went to the beaches where they spent some time with exotic animals including numerous pictures of a camel. An interesting album documenting South Africa during a difficult period of adjustment resulting from the clash of cultures both foreign and domestic. .

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        Album containing 41 musical quotations, postcards, and clippings by Eugene d'Albert, Hans von Bülow, Engelbert Humperdinck, Joseph Joachim, Karl Klindworth, Moritz Moszkowski, Carl Reinecke, Josef Gabriel von Rheinberger, Hans Sitt, Felix Weingartner, et al.

      Various places, 1889-1902. - Large oblong 8vo. 41 ff. mounted on 23 ff. Limp cloth over boards. The album contains autographs of the following: I: Heinrich de Ahna. QS. Berlin, October 1890. - II: Eugene d'Albert. AMusQS. Lichterfelde, 25 May 1891. Four bars. - III and IV: Heinrich Barth. 2 AMusQS and APcS. Berlin, 1890. - V: Hans von Bülow. AMusQS. No place, 27 May 1891. Two bars for piano. - VI: Luigi Chiostri. AQS. No place, 26 Jan. 1892. - VII: The same. AMusQS. Florence, 5 April 1892. Six bars for piano and voice. - VIII: Harry Wheaton Howard. AMusQS. Berlin, no date. - IX: Engelbert Humperdinck. AMusQS. No place or date. Two bars. - X: Salomon Jadassohn. AMusQS. Leipzig, 26 Aug. 1896. Five bars from op. 35, no. 3. - XI: Joseph Joachim. APcS. [Berlin, 20 July 1889]. 1 p. Oblong 8vo. With autogr. address. - XII: Karl Klindworth. QS. No place or date. - XIII: Andreas Moser. AQS. No place or date. - XIV: Moritz Moszkowski. AMusQS. Four bars from Suite for Pianoforte op. 50. - XV: The same. AQS. No place or date. - XVI: Carl Reinecke. AMusQS. Five bars from "Ein Märchen ohne Vorspiel", op. 165. - XVII: Josef Rheinberger. AMusQS. Bad Krauth, 23 Aug. 1896. Two bars from "op. 5". - XVIII: Moritz Rosenthal. AQS. Berlin, 18 Dec. 1890. - XIX: Xaver Scharwenka. QS. No place or date. - XX: Otakar Ševcík. APcS. Prague, 25 Feb. 1902. - XXI: Hans Sitt. APcS. No place or date. - XXII: The same. AMusQS. Leipzig, 25 Aug. 1902. Five bars. - XXIII: Felix Weingartner. AMusQS. Prob. Lausanne-Ouchy, 1896. Four bars. - XXIV: August Wilhelm. AMusQS. Dresden, 17 May 1890. Three bars. - XXV: Emanuel Wirth. AMusQS. Berlin, 22 Oct. 1890. Four bars from "Fuge a/d Quartett Cdur op. 59 von L. van Beethoven". 16 other entries remain unidentified. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Collection de 124 Carnets de Bal du XVIIIe Siecle, Formee par M. Bernard Franck, a Paris, de l'annee 1875 au 23 avril 1902

      Paris: Gerschel, Photographie, [1902]. Hardcover. Very Good+. Contemporary full dark green morocco, gilt-stamped lettering and ornament on upper board and spine, a.e.g.; 4to (279 x 324 mm); contains 263 mounted carbon print photographs on 67 leaves of hinged cardstock. One of only 20 copies, this one inscribed by Franck to J. P. Morgan. Binding a bit scuffed, mostly along joints and edges of boards; slight wave to text block. Carnets de bal were cases used to house dance cards. Ornately jeweled, often made of precious metals and decorated with enamels, stones, and more, they were issued for royal and aristocratic balls. The photographs in this sumptuous tome show a painted portrait of the collector, two full-page photographs of the entire collection, and 260 shaped carbon prints, arranged 4 per page, showing the front and back of each carnet. The verso of each leaf has printed text describing the items on the facing page. Printed in red and black, each entry describes the construction of a case, its previous owner, and the period of its use. The photographer, likely Mathias Gerschel, was active in Strassburg in 1891.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1902

      John Wisden & Co, London 1902 - Thirty-Ninth Edition. Full scores and bowling analyses of all important matches played in 1901. Special photographs of F. Mitchell, C. McGahey, J.T. Tyldesley, L.C. Braund and W.G. Quaife. Original brown cloth binding with gilt titles to the front and spine. Light wear to the extremities, small cm or so split to the cloth at the top of the spine. Nice condition otherwise. Endpapers in good condition, no cracking. Contents clean. Photo plate in very good condition with original tissue guard. Binding just a little weak. A nice example overall. cxviii + 536pp.  [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "A la Memoire de Rossini." Original large lithograph by Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904)

      Dated the day that Rossini's remains were brought to and interred in Florence, "23 Juin 1902 Florence," in the stone at lower left and signed by the artist both in the stone and at lower right. Sheet size 470 x 642 mm., image size 382 x 380 + ca. 90 x 62 mm. portrait of Rossini (a "remarque") to right margin. Small tear to blank right margin; hinged to mat at upper corners of verso. In very good condition overall. . We believe the edition of this print to have been limited to 150 copies (50 on china paper, 100 on Japon) plus 20 trial proofs. The present print is, in all likelihood, a proof, evidenced by the presence of the remarque and also the faint suggestion of additional lettering in the stone at the upper margin. Rare. Fantin-Latour was a French painter and lithographer, well-known for his portraits of Parisian artists and writers.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        The Lady of the Barge

      London: Harper, 1902. First edition. Signed by Author.. Hardback. 8vo. (7.5 x 5.25 inches). pp.300. B/w frontis and a further 11 b/w plates, hors-texte. Publisher's pictorial cloth, gilt, rubbed to edges, decorated and lettered in black. Spotting and browning to prelims and extrems. Owner's name in ink to browned front free endpaper. Trifle light scattered spotting. Chipped to margin of p.13, not touching text. O/w contents clean and bright. Binding firm and square. A single page ALS from the author, dated 7 May 1903, tipped in: 'Dear Mr Filler [?], I believe not. It was not when I saw [Louis N.] Parker a week ago + I expect that I shall have heard if he has placed it since. It seems to be a little too gruesome for the managers'. A Very Good copy. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

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        Life and Labour of the People in London. First Series. [&] Second Series. [&] Third Series. [&] Final Volume.

      1902 - London: McMillan & Co., 1902. First edition of the complete work. 17 vols & map case, original parchment-papered boards, gilt-decorated spines, partially unopened; Series 1 with map case with five coloured folding Poverty maps, illustrated in text with graphs & tables; Series 2 illustrated in text with graphs & tables; Series 3 with 20 coloured folding maps (lettered A-U, although 'I' was not used) and sketch maps in text; 'Final Volume' with coloured folding map in rear pocket. Some spotting of text throughout. A fine set of the three series that made up Booth's socio-economic survey of London, including his famous Poverty map which colour-coded streets according to the degree of wealth of the inhabitants, ranging from black ('Lowest class'), through shades of blue and purple ('Poor', 'Mixed', 'Fairly Comfortable'), to red ('Well to do') and yellow ('Wealthy'). Booth (1840-1916), owner of the Booth Shipping Line, acted in response to an 1886 Pall Mall Gazette article that claimed that 25% of Londoners lived in poverty. Booth regarded this figure as wildly exaggerated, so recruited a team of volunteer researchers (including his cousin Beatrix Potter) to compile an analysis of social conditions based on field visits and interviews with local police, clergy and employers. The First Series of 'Life and Labour' (1889), covering the East End, showed that 35% lived in poverty. The Second Series (1891), covering the rest of the city, showed that no less than 30 per cent of the city's total population could be classed as poor. The Third Series (1902) covered Religious Influences. The 'Final Volume' (also 1902) contained notes on social influences and Conclusions, with a map marking places of worship, public elementary schools and public houses. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Just So Stories

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1902., 1902. First Edition. Octavo, pp. 249. Illustrated throughout by the author. Handsomely bound in recent maroon full Morocco, gilt border to the boards, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, raised bands to the spine. Marbled endpapers. Original cloth retained and bound in at the rear. Some occasional light spotting throughout the textblock. A very good copy in a very smart binding.

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      - [DE LA MARE,WALTER]. SONGS OF CHILDHOOD by Walter Ramal. Lond.: Longmans Green 1902. 12mo, blue cloth stamped in gold, parchment spine, top edge gilt, other edges uncut, 106p., some light soil else near Fine. 1st edition of de la Mare's first book using his pen name of Walter Ramal. The poems are for children of all ages, including Dame Hickory, As Lucy Went a Walking, etc. Illustrated with a gravure frontis by RICHARD DOYLE captioned Under The Dock Leaves. It is interesting to read how Doyle's illustration came to be used. De la Mare's brother in law introduced him to a literary agent who in turn introduced them to Andrew Lang, an advisor to the publisher. When Longman decided to publish de la Mare's book, Lang offered his prized Doyle watercolor for the book. De la Mare felt that if the poems were good enough, one's imagination could provide the pictures, but as a newcomer he accepted the offer. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire de NANCY.

      BERGER-LEVRAULT, PARIS & NANCY 1902 - Les 2 volumes en reliure de l'éditeur , demi chagrin rouge, plats toilés et illustrés. 339 illustrations dans le texte + 75 hors texte + 8 planches dont 3 en couleurs + 7 plans. Histoire des Origines à 1795. Tome 1 daté =1902 Tome 2 = 1909 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        JUST SO STORIES For little children

      Macmillan and Co. London. 1902. FIRST EDITION. Large 8vo. (9.5 x 7.3 inches). Illustrated throughout by the author. Some minor offsetting to the endpapers but generally a near fine, tight and clean copy in the original publishers decorative red cloth, lettered and illustrated in black and white, after a design by Kipling, to both boards and spine. The bottom of the spine has some fading to the red cloth but overall this is a better than very good copy of this classic book.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Tannhauser. A Story of All Time.

      London:Kegan, Paul, Trench and Trubner. 1902 - First edition. One of a run of 500 copies on laid paper [a further 6 copies were printed on vellum]. 4to. Publisher's white linen spine over blue paper covered boards. Slight rubbing to extremities, edge chipping to the white paper title label, some soiling of the white linen, some scuffing to edges and a couple of slight scratches to the front board, not penetrating the paper. A very good copy. Internally clean with light spotting, most noticeable to prelims. Last third or so of pages unopened. A strong handsome copy of a rare piece of Crowley. Legend has it that the Major Therion himself wrote this piece of teutonic drama in a single 67 hour frenzy of composition. It seems to have been met with rather grim critical response at the time, although all agreed that it was a nicely produced volume.: "Such magnificence of paper, print, and margin, that we trust we are right in assuming that he is possessed of material wealth even greater than the wealth of languages, which he displays so profusely throughout the volume. With all these attractions, he nevertheless fails to stir at all deeply. —The Pall Mall Gazette, date unknown." And my personal favourite: " We are not sure that Mr. Aleister Crowley treats life as a sacrament, because we do not understand him. —The Daily Chronicle, date unknown." Comprehensible or not, Mr. Crowley was nothing if not impossible to ignore. A distinguished copy of a scarce work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, ABA, ILAB]
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        The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe (Virginia Edition) [Complete in 17 volumes]

      New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1902. First Edition, First Printing. Original cloth. Very good +. Very good+ overall, with defects noted for individual volumes. The definitive and scholarly collection of Poe's works. First Virginia edition [BAL 16172 A]. Title page reads "Virginia Edition" and copyright date 1902. Printed in red and black on title page with original frontispieces and all pages intact. Publisher's original deep red cloth. Top edge gilt. Minor bumping and shelf wear. Volume I: Biography [by Harrison]; Volume II: Tales - Part 1 ; Volume III: Tales - Part 2 [front board cracked - only visible on pastedown, cloth faded]; Volume IV: Tales - Part 3; Volume V: Tales - Part 4 [water stain]; Volume VI: Tales - Part 5; Volume VII: Poems; Volume VIII: Criticism - Part 1 [rear board cracked - only visible on pastedown]; Volume IX: Criticism - Part 2; Volume X: Criticism - Part 3; Volume XI: Criticism - Part 4; Volume XII: Criticism - Part 5; Volume XIII: Criticism - Part 6; Volume XIV: Essays and Miscellanies [water stain]; Volume XV: Literati and Autography; Volume XVI: Marginalia and Eureka [and general index]; Volume XVII: Letters [water stain]. Each volume around 200 pp. Sextodecimo, 3 5/8 x 6 inches tall.

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        A Short History of the English People

      03- London- Macmillan and Co 1902 - This is a four volume set of this history of England. Complete in four volumes. Illustrated throughout with maps, full page plates and vignettes. John Richard Green was an English Historian who was born and educated in Oxford. Though he entered into the clergy he later gave this up and was appointed librarian at Lambeth. It was during this period that he began his historical writings, intended to write a history of England under the Angevin kings. After suffering from ailing health,Greenconcentrated his energies on this Short History in four volumes, which assured his rank among the finest historical writers. The short history was later republished as part of the Everyman library and was noted as being among the first historical writings to make the social, industrial and moral progress of the people its main theme. Condition: Rebound in quarter crushed morocco bindings. Externally, very smart with some light rubbing and bumping. Bookplate tofront pastedown of each volume. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright with light scattered spotting throughout, heavier to first and last few pages and throughout volume II. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Virginian

      The Macmillan Company, New York 1902 - First Edition, First Printing. The book is in nice shape. The binding is tight with light wear to the spine and edges. The pages are clean with minor wear. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION with the words "set up and electrotyped April, 1902" printed on the copyright page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        The Watcher by The Threshold

      London, William Blackwood and Sons 1902. - First Edition. 8vo. Pp 136 + [32] catalogue, dated 2/02. Publisher's pictorial blue cloth, titled and ruled in orange and white, top edge trimmed, others uncut. Endpapers a little toned, uncut edges with some spotting. Cloth a little scuffed to extremities, bumped to spine ends, nevertheless clean, strong and attractive. Very good indeed. Booksellers label and Bookplate to front pastedown (of George Waterston of Edinburgh; noted printers and stationers whose company ran successfully from 1752 until 2004, which is not a bad business lifespan) tipped in before prelims is a letter dated 1900 from Buchan to the noted distillery firm of Sandeman's in answer to a query of theirs regarding a character of the same name who featured in "John Burnet of Barns." A splendid and rip-roaring collection of weird and supernatural oddities. A pretty nice copy of a tricky book, lacking most of the usual damage (chipping to the front board decoration, flattening of the spine, fraying, horrendous bumping, possession by demons etc.) and instead being bright, clean and lovely to look at, a claim that cannot be shared by most books of its distinguished vintage. Most copies of the Hound of The Baskervilles (published in the same year) are considerably less well turned out. Packed with stories of lost tribes of Picts, bizarre behaviour by the otherwise respectable and a fair amount of feverishly guzzled brandy for purely medicinal purposes. Blanchard A13. Bleiler; Checklist of Fantastic Literature [13-319] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DIBUJO AL CARBON DE RAMON CASAS 1902 (64x49)

      1902. Dibujo original hiperrealista al Carbón de Ramón Casas. Con marco (79X65), sin marco (64X49). Por su antigüedad tiene alguna pequeña falta, aun así magnífico. Ref P. L. 7.

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        Collection de 124 Carnets de Bal du XVIIIe Siecle, Formee par M. Bernard Franck, a Paris, de l'annee 1875 au 23 avril 1902

      Gerschel, Photographie [1902], Paris - Contemporary full dark green morocco, gilt-stamped lettering and ornament on upper board and spine, a.e.g.; 4to (279 x 324 mm); contains 263 mounted carbon print photographs on 67 leaves of hinged cardstock. One of only 20 copies, this one inscribed by Franck to J. P. Morgan. Binding a bit scuffed, mostly along joints and edges of boards; slight wave to text block. Carnets de bal were cases used to house dance cards. Ornately jeweled, often made of precious metals and decorated with enamels, stones, and more, they were issued for royal and aristocratic balls. The photographs in this sumptuous tome show a painted portrait of the collector, two full-page photographs of the entire collection, and 260 shaped carbon prints, arranged 4 per page, showing the front and back of each carnet. The verso of each leaf has printed text describing the items on the facing page. Printed in red and black, each entry describes the construction of a case, its previous owner, and the period of its use. The photographer, likely Mathias Gerschel, was active in Strassburg in 1891. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Poésies du Prince Oscar Frédérik actuellement Oscar II roi de Suède et de Norvège

      Nilsson 1902 - Grand in-8 relié, Librairie Nilsson, 1902, VIII + 122 pp. Sous reliure signée (Franz) avec date en queue, dos et côtés des plats insolés, mors quelque fendus. Très bon état par ailleurs, malgré quelques rousseurs. Couvertures et dos conservés. Traduction M. Synnestvedt, illustrations A. Hagborg. Contient un sonnet de Sully Prudhomme et une préface de Jules Claretie. Un des 50 exemplaires numérotés sur Japon, seul grand papier, dédicacé en français par l'auteur à son préfacier J. Claretie. Bel ensemble. Poids 680 g. Envoi Colissimo. Frais d'envoi 7,25 euros sur la France, 14,85 UE et Suisse, entre 19,35 et 26,30 euros pour le reste du monde, à spécifier selon zone. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe: Tamerlane Edition (10 Volumes, Complete)

      New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1902. Tamerlane Edition. Leather bound. Very good. Frederick Simpson Coburn. Frederick Simpson Coburn. Tamerlane Edition. Leather bound. 9 1/4" X 6 1/4". liii, 306pp; vi, 349pp; vi, 349pp; vi, 335pp; vi, 341pp; vi, 345pp; vi, 370pp; vi, 387pp; v, 390pp; vi, 350pp. Edition limited to 300 sets printed on Ruisdael hand-made paper, this being number 79. Ten Volumes: one volume Poems, Essays on the Poet's Art, five volumes Tales, three volumes Criticisms, and one volume Miscellany. Bound in full deep red levant morocco, with double gilt rule border and gilt floral cornerpieces. Spines ruled and lettered in gilt with gilt floral embellishments and four raised bands. Top edges gilt. Gilt turn-ins and marbled endpapers. Red and gold head and tailbands. Spines and upper board of Volume I slightly darkened. Moderate edgewear to most volumes, heaviest at edges of spine, with rubbing and bumping to corners and flaking to bottom edges. Heavy wear to head and tail of spines to volumes II, III, IV, V, with chipping and rubbing down to headbands. Bindings are sound. Bookplate of Charles N. Dietz to each front pastedown. Illustrated throughout in printed tissue-guarded photogravure plates, each in two states, by Frederick Simpson Coburn, with illustrated title pages, frontispieces in color gravure, and illustrated chapter headings and tailpieces. Mild occasional foxing to margins, else interior clean. An exceedingly lovely and hauntingly illustrated set of the collected works of Edgar Allan Poe, his poetry, his literary criticism, and his beloved stories of mystery and the macabre.

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