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        ANUARIO ESTADISTICO DE LA CIUDAD DE BARCELONA. Año I de 1902 hasta el año XVI de 1917

      - Barcelona, Imp. de Henrich, 1903-21, 16 tomos en 4º tela edit.

      [Bookseller: Fábula Libros (Librería Jiménez-Bra]
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        The Novels

      London, MacMillan & Co.,, 1903-1907.. London, MacMillan & Co.,, 1903-1907.. 5 volumes, octavo. Bound in contemporary blue half calf, gilt lettered and decorated spines, blue cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson. Scattered light spotting, spines lightly but evenly sunned, bindings with mild wear to edges, select volumes with light surface wear to cloth boards. A very good set. A Handsomely bound set.

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        The Dynasts: A Drama of the Napoleonic Wars, in three parts, nineteen acts, & one hundred and thirty scenes

      London: Macmillan & Co., Limited / New York: The Macmillan Company, 1903. London: Macmillan & Co., Limited / New York: The Macmillan Company, 1903. Hardcover. 1906; 1908. Three volumes. xxii, 228pp, v, [iii]; xiii, 302pp, ii; xiii, 355pp. First Edition. Octavo. [1-3], 4-268pp. Publisher's green cloth, the upper covers and spines stamped in gilt, which is still rather bright. Bindings just lightly worn, some scattered light foxing in each volume, but confined primarily to the endsheets; all in all, a Very Good+ set. Housed in a custom folding, felt-lined box, with a gilt leather label on the spine. Notable for the presence of the "first issue" title-page in volume one, dated 1903, this set also includes an autographed letter signed (ALs) from Florence Hardy to Lady Gregory dated August 6, 1915, thanking her for the gift of a book of poems. | The small number of copies of the first volume which contain the original ("first-issue") title-page dated 1903 is widely known in Hardy bibliography, with some research stating that no more than 103 copies were 'let out'' with the 1903 title-page, and others that "fewer than 100" copies exist thus (some stating as few as 30-50, which had already been sent out for review, or as gift copies). Though prepared for publication in London at the end of 1903, the American edition was not yet ready; for legal reasons the two editions needed to be issued together, and thus the date of the London edition was changed (in nearly all copies) to "1904". // Arguably his most ambitious book, "The Dynasts" was not among Hardy's more well-received works by contemporary or later critics. However, most readers and critics do recognize the work as containing much that is relevant to understanding Hardy's novels, "both for the insight into his world-view and for its examination of a character mentioned famously but briefly at the end of Tess of the d'Urbervilles: the "President of the Immortals" " (wikipedia) Image or additional images available upon request

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        Revue des Etudes rabelaisiennes. Tomes I à IX. Publication trimestrielle consacrée à Rabelais et à son temps.

      Paris, Champion. 1903 - Neuf tomes en 9 vol. in-8, (sur les 10 parus), de 1903 à 1911, 1/2 chagrin à coins brun, dos à nerfs, têtes dorées, rel. de l' ép. Impression sur Hollande. Le 10ème et dernier vol. paraît en 1911, un vol. de table en 1924. Chaque vol. contient de nombreux hors- textes, ses couvertures et les couv. de livraisons, une foule de documents émanant de la "Société des Etudes Rabelaisiennes", le propriétaire des livres étant membre de ladite Société. Détail des paginations et nombre des hors- textes sur demande. Défauts mineurs, bel ex., malheureusement incomplet du 10ème vol. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Works of John Ruskin (38 Volumes)

      London: George Allen, 1903. London: George Allen, 1903. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Library Edition. Published in 39 volumes, including Index and Bibliography Catalogue of Drawings Addenda, this set is lacking Volume 7. Published between 1903 and 1912. Dark blue cloth covered boards with large white paper title label to each volume. Very light scuffing of boards from shelf wear. Head of text block gilded, fore-edge and foot of text block have a deckled edge. Slight toning to endpapers, interiors of each volume clean and white due to the exquisite quality of paper used. Each volume contains many plates, chromolithograph, monochrome sepia and aqua, as well as black and white text illustrations. Includes all known published works of the time, Ruskin's letters, and privately circulated publications, and then known. This is one set of of 2,062 sets printed, of which 2,000 were for sale. Designated the "Library Edition" and printed at the Ballantyne Press in Edinburgh, type was distributed after the printing. Photographs gladly provided.

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        Mignon: Opera En Trois Actes. Musique De Ambroise Thomas. Partiton Piano & Chant

      Paris, France: Heugel & Cie. . Paris, France: Heugel & Cie. . Half Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. 7.5 x 11 inches. Delay, E.. Marbled boards, with new leather spine. Beautifully marbled endpapers. A blank or frontispiece is missing before the half title. Frances Alda's inscription on half title: "Frances Alda/Paris/March 30th. 03" A few penciled markings in the music, prob. by Alda, indicating breath pauses and trills. All edges are dyed with a beautiful maroon. Edition is undated by inscription by Alda is from 1903.

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        Petits Tableaux Valaisans. Limited Edition

      VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. Minor tear on lower edge of page 27 with no impact on text or illustration 388/562 Brown hardback illustrated cloth cover with bevelled edges 190mm x 240mm (7" x 9"). 192pp. 10 full page colour illustrations and numerous vignette colour illustrations in the text.

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        Our Antediluvian Ancestors

      London: C Arthur Pearson Ltd 1903 - Very scarce. Frederick Burr Opper (1857-1937) was a pioneering American cartoonist. creator of the ''Happy Hooligan'', "Alphonse & Gaston'', and "Maud the Mule", and illustrator of Bill Nye's ''Comic History of the US'', Mr Dooley's Philosophy'' and various other books. ''The Antediluvians'' first appeared in Hearst's New York Journal on Sunday, January 20, 1901. The action took place in and around the community of Cliffville, which seems to have had as large and diverse a population as any modern town. In fact, the general theme of the single-panel feature was that people hadn't really changed in all the years since — men still compare their wives' brontosaurus stew (or the equivalent) to that of their mothers, and parents still hope for prospective sons-in-law to have a good stash of skins and arrowheads (or the equivalent). There weren't any regular characters, but names such as Flintspear and Skinclad recurred frequently, as in "Mrs Stonehatchet" or the "Bonescraper family". At the time, it wasn't yet the custom for the Sunday comics to appear on a reliable, weekly schedule, and Our Antediluvian Ancestors was about as sporadic as the rest. But it was popular enough to be reprinted in book form in 1903. Large 4to (29cm x 22cm) Red cloth on board, gilt titles and decoration. Some sunning and discoloration to spine and boards; considerable rubbing and bumping to edges and corners; binding fairly slack but holding together, closed tears to 4 pages; Gift inscription in pencil on front endpaper; endpapers foxed. Frontispiece and two other pages have been scribbled on. 50 full page cartoons, each with text caption on opposite page. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        8 offprints O. Rosenberg 2 inscribed to Carl Correns

      Gerbruder Borntraeger, Berlin, 1903 and others. PAMPHLET. 8 offprints from O. Rosenberg botanist and cytologist. Two inscribed to Carl Correns German botanist and geneticist "who is notable primarily for his independent discovery of the principles of heredity, and for his rediscovery of Gregor Mendel's earlier paper on that subject" Wikipedia. 4 have the Kaiser Wilhelm Institut stamp where Correns was the first director. 2 others have the autograph of George F. Atkinson botanist who worked at Cornell University. Very good group of scarce original offprints. First edition. Titles include: Das Varhalten der Chromosomen in einer hybriden Pflanze (1903) some splitting head and heal of spine; Uber die Individualitat der Chromosomen im Pflanzenreich (1904); Zur Kenntnis der Reduktionsteilung in Pflanzen (1905); Tetradenteilung eines Drosera-Bastardes (1904); Uber die Embryobildung in der Gattung Hieracium (1906); Erblichkeitsgesetze und Chromosomen (1906); Uber die Reduktyionsteilung in Drosera (1904) StaatsInstitut ...Botanik..Hamburg stamp front cover; Cytological Studies on the Apogamy in Hieracium (1906). Botany. Cytology. Genetics. Science. * Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

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      P. Sevin et E. Rey Libraires - Éditeurs, Paris 1903 - edition revue , corrigée et augmentée de poèmes inédites .-156 pp- UN DES 100 EXEMPLAIRES SUR PAPIER VÉLIN D' ARCHES NUMÉROTÉS ( exp. nº 171 ) .- Demi maroquin noir , dos à nerfs , tête dorée , couverture originale conservée ( complète de maniére dépliante ) .- trés bon état . Trés bel exemplaire .- *** - ONE OF THE 100 NUMBERED COPIES ON ARCHES PAPER .- Half black morocco.- top edge gilt .- original cover bound in complete .- very fine In 8vo [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        36 offprints from Nobel Prize winner T. H. Morgan

      Engelmann, Leipzig and many others 1903-1944. PAMPHLET. A group of 36 offprints by T. H. Morgan Nobel Prize winner 1866-1945, "was an American evolutionary biologist, geneticist and embryologist and science author who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1933 for discoveries elucidating the role the chromosome plays in heredity." Wikipedia. Included titles: The Gastrulation of the Partial Embryos of Sphaerechinus Some Factors in the Regeneration of Tubularia (1903); The Effect of Lithium Chloride on the Development of the Frog's Egg (1903); Demonstration of the effects of castration on Seabright cockerals (1917) some chipping to page edges; The Endocrine Secretion of Hen Feathered Fowls (1920) some dampstaining to bottom and spine margins, else fair; With A. H. Sturtevant and C. B. Bridges The Constitution of the germ-material in relation to heredity (1923) with L.C. Dunn stamp of ownership; Further Evidence on Variation in the Width of the Abdomen in Immature Fiddler Crabs (1923) L.C. Dunn stamp; The Development of Asymmetry in the Fiddler Crab (1923) L.C. Dunn stamp; Removal of the Block to Self-Fertilization in the Ascidian Ciona (1923) some chipping and tearing to edges, also a bit of dampstain to top edge corner; Recent Results Relating to Chromosomes and Genetics (1926) Karl Sax stamp, some wear to spine; with A. H. Sturtevant and C. B. Bridges The Constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1928) Karl Sax stamp; The Point of Entrance of the Spermatozoon in Relation to the Orientation of the Embryo in Eggs with Spiral Cleavage with Albert Tyler (1930); The Apparent Inheritance of an Acquired Character and its Explanation (1930) Karl Sax and E. M. East stamps; with C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: The constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1930) L. C. Dunn stamp; with C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: The constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1931) Karl Sax stamp; The Rise of Genetics (1932) E. M. East and Karl Sax stamp; With C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: The constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1932) Karl Sax and E. M. East stamps; with C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: Constitution of the Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1933), red pen mark front cover; With C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: Report of Investigations on the Constitution of the Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1934) Karl Sax stamp; Modern Views of the Evolution Theory (1935) L. C. Dunn stamp; with C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: Report of Investigations on Constitution of the Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1935) Lester W. Sharp stamp; With C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: Constitution of the Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1937) Lester W. Sharp stamp; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterility in Ciona I. Data on self- and cross-fertilization (1938) Karl Sax stamp; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterility in Ciona II. The influence of substances in the egg water and sperm-suspensions in self- and cross-fertilization in Ciona. (1938) L. C. Dunn stamp; A Reconsideration of the Evidence Concerning A Dorso-Ventral Pre-Organization of The Egg of Chaetopterus (1938) Karl Sax stamp; The Relation Between Entrance Point of the Spermatozoon and Bilaterality of the Egg of Chaetopterus with Albert Tyler (1938); The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterilty in Ciona III. Induced self-fertilization, staples little rusty; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterilty in Ciona IV. Some biological aspects of fertilization (1939) staples little rusty; The Effects of Centrifuging on the Polar Spindles of the Egg of Chaetopterus and Cumingia (1939) front cover little age-toned; With Jack Schultz, C. B. Bridges and Viola Curry: Investigations on the constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1939) title in ink top edge. Karl Sax stamp; Investigations on the Constitution of The Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1941) with Jack Schultz and Viola Curry, splash stain front cover, else fair. L. C. Dunn stamp; with Jack Schultz and Viola Curry: Investigations on the constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1940); Cross- and Self-Fertilization in the Ascidian Styela (1942) L. C. Dunn stamp; Do Spermatozoa Penetrate the Membrane of Self-inseminated Eggs of Ciona and Styela? (1942) L. C. Dunn stamp; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterilty in Ciona V. The genetic problem (1942) Karl Sax stamp; with Helen Redfield and L. V. Morgan: Maintenance of a Drosophila stock center, in connection with investigations on the constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1943) L. C. Dunn stamp; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterility in Ciona. VI. Theoretical discussion of genetic data (1944) Karl Sax stamp. In original wraps. First edition. Most in very good condition with many having Morgan's name in ink or pencil with date in upper left corner of most title sheets. * Putting together a collection of T. H. Morgan's offprints of this size would most likely be impossible these days. Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

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        Important signed autograph letter from Wilbur to the editor of Aeronautics magazine, written just seven months before his death, in which he validates the Wright brothers' claim to being the first men to fly, refuting the French claim that this was done by Clément Ader in 1897.Dayton, Ohio: 21 October 1911.

      Ever since their successful 17 December 1903 flight at Kitty Hawk, Wilbur and Orville Wright were challenged as to their claim that they were the first to fly by the French who claimed that Clément Ader (1841-1926) had flown in his <i>Avion III</i> airplane on 14 October 1897. The French claim was accepted by many, even in the United States. In a report sent by cable from Paris, published in <i>The Washington Post</i> on 23 May 1910, reporter Vance Thompson wrote, in part, "Ader built his flying machine eighteen years ago, the funds being supplied by the French government. It was a bat-shaped aeroplane, weighed 1,500 pounds, and was driven by a steam engine. He made many flights during the next four years, and in 1897 flew more than 1,000 feet [304.8 meters]." <br/><br/> The facts are somewhat different. Ader, together with two assistants, completed his first flying machine, the <i>Éole</i>, in 1890. Its first test, at Armainvilliers on 9 October 1890, was the first legitimate attempt to fly a powered human-carrying airplane. Ader managed to accelerate to lift-off speed and skim the earth at a height of about 30cm for 50 metres in a machine that had essentially no forward vision and no flight control system. "Three criteria characterize a successful heavier-than-air airplane flight: it must be <i>powered, sustained</i>, and <i>controlled</i>. Ader met the first of these criteria, came close to but still missed the second, and definitely failed the third" (Hallion, p. 130). <br/><br/> To build larger and more advanced airplanes, Ader needed funding. He put the <i>Éole</i> on exhibit in the Paris Pavilion off the Champs-Elysées in a bid for publicity. On 17 October 1891, the exhibit was visited by the French President and Minister of War, Charles-Louis de Freycinet, accompanied by General Mensier, the director of French army engineering. De Freycinet was sufficiently impressed to grant Ader 550,000 Francs to build an airplane capable of carrying 75kg of explosives in addition to the pilot. The result was the <i>Avion III</i>, completed in July 1897. It weighed about 400kg and its bat-like wings spanned 18 meters. Its first test took place on the military grounds at Satory, near Versailles, on a circular racetrack-like runway with a diameter of approximately 475 meters. On 12 October 1897, Ader taxied the <i>Avion III</i> around the track at a speed of about 15 miles per hour. The next day's weather proved so foul that Ader deferred testing to the following day. Late in the afternoon of 14 October the weather moderated somewhat, and at 5.15 Ader started the two steam engines and taxied to the circular take-off track. "The results were unambiguous failure: unlike the earlier <i>Éole</i>, the <i>Avion III</i> could not gain the air. General Mensier's official report to the war ministry makes it clear that Ader's machine accelerated enough that the tail wheel rose, for its track disappeared. But the other wheels remained firmly grounded. Things rapidly got worse, and Ader and his airplane nearly came completely to grief when contrary winds blew it off course... Mensier detailed the failures, noting that the <i>Avion III</i> was seriously damaged, with the left wingtip bent, the landing gear partially wrecked, both propellers destroyed, and with possible engine damage as well" (Hallion, p. 134). <br/><br/> After General Mensier's "report on the trials of M. Clément Ader's aviation apparatus," issued in Paris on 21 October 1897, the French government stopped all funding and Ader abandoned further trials. <br/><br/> In the present letter, Wilbur Wright uses Mensier's report to refute the French claims to Ader's priority, and to validate his and Orville's status as the first to achieve controlled, powered flight. Wilbur writes in full: <br/><br/> <i> Mr. E. L. Jones, New York, 21 October, 1911<br/><br/> Dear Mr. Jones: <br/><br/> I enclose a copy of a translation of the official report of General Mensier, chairman of the commission appointed by the Minister of War to supervise the trials of the Ader machine. You will see from the report that<br/><br/> (1) That the Avion never rose from the ground at all, either on the 12th or the 14th of October 1897. The legend that it flew 300 meters on the 14th is entirely without foundation. <br/><br/> (2) No real attempt to fly was ever made with it. The trials were mere runs on the ground with only about one third of the power turned on. <br/><br/> (3) When the machine was running along the ground at about 11 miles an hour in a direction crosswise to the course of the wind, the wind lifted one wing and the aeroplane rolled over and was wrecked. <br/><br/> (4) The report experiments of 12 & 14 October were preliminary to the real trials intended to be made later before the full commission, but the results of these preliminary efforts were so far from satisfactory that the commission was never assembled for a real attempt at flight, and the War Department refused to advance any further funds. <br/><br/> (5) The Avion never flew, and never showed indication of being near to successful flight. <br/><br/> In the 'Aeronautics' of August 1911, is an article showing a device for equalizing the pressures on ailerons. Can you give me the name of the person who communicated this to you? Or the name of any other persons who have invented similar devices? <br/><br/> Yours truly, <br/><br/> Wilbur Wright<br/><br/> </i> Included with this letter is a typescript of General Mensier's report to which Wilbur Wright refers (not the example sent to Jones). In 1911, in honor of Ader's work, the French General Pierre-Auguste Rocques, chief of French Army aviation, directed that Ader's term "avian," the name of his aircraft, would be the official word for an airplane, replacing the earlier French word "aeroplane." <br/><br/> Richard Hallion, <i>Taking Flight: Inventing the Aerial Age, from Antiquity Through the First World War</i>, 2003.. Autograph letter signed, Dayton, Ohio, 21 October 1911, on "Wright Brothers, 1127 W. Third Street, Dayton, Ohio" stationery with "Wilbur Wright / Orville Wright" printed at the upper left and "Cable Address: Wrights, Dayton" at the upper right, to Ernest L. Jones (1882-1955), Editor of Aeronautics, the first American aviation journal, from 1907-1915; marked "file" in pencil near the top of the first page. Two pages (279 x 216 mm), two holes along left margin, light browning

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        Petits Tableaux Valaisans. Limited Edition

      Vevey Chez Sauberlin & Pfeiffer 1903. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. Minor tear on lower edge of page 27 with no impact on text or illustration 388/562 Brown hardback illustrated cloth cover with bevelled edges 190mm x 240mm (7" x 9"). 192pp. 10 full page colour illustrations and numerous vignette colour illustrations in the text.

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        The Crimson Fairy Book

      London: Longmans , 1903. 1st ed. Hardcover. Fine. Ford, H.J.. 1st ptg., 8vo, full dark red (crimson) cloth decorated with gilt drawing of a knight beheading a dragon. Illustrated with 8 full color plates and many line drawings by H. J. Ford. All edges gilt. Pink decorated endpapers. Pencilled gift inscription on first blank page. Bottom front corner lightly bumped, else fine.

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        Lettre autographe signée à Henri Letellier

      1127 - 1 feuillet, 127 x 202 mm, encre violette. Enveloppe conservée. "Biarritz, 31 Mars 1903 / Monsieur / J'apprends qu'après un mois d'attente pendant lequel on aurait pu me consulter, ma dernière nouvelle vient de paraître avec des coupures que je n'avais pas autorisées. / Vous étiez libre de refuser l'article, mais non d'en modifier la composition à mon insu. / J'ai le regret de vous informer que je ne fais plus partie de la rédacion d Journal. / Agrer, monsieur, l'expression de mes sentiments distingués. / Pierre Louys". Cette démission du "Journal" n'était probablement pas un décision facile. C'est grâce à un article elogieux sur "Aphrodite" signé François Coppée et publié en 1896 dans "Le Journal", que le livre de Pierre Louys connait un succès immédiat et colossal, faisant sortir l'auteur de l'anonymat. Louys devient ensuite rédacteur dans "Le Journal" et y publie des nouvelles en feuilletons, comme "L'Homme pourpre". Mais ce 31 mars 1903, paraissait dans le Journal, une nouvelle de Pierre Louys intitulée "L'aventure extraordinaire de Mme Esquollier". L'auteur décourvit que l'on avait supprimé une page entière de son manuscrit, ce qui motiva cette lettre de démission. Letellier demanda à Hérédia de répondre à Louys car c'était Heredia lui-même qui, pour des raisons de "bienséance", avait pudiquement supprimé cette page ! La page fut rétablie ensuite dans l'édition de "Sanguines". Hérédia réussit à convaincre Louys de reprendre sa démission, puisqu'il collaborera plus tard au Journal, en 1904. (Correspondance Heredia-PL chez Champion, 2006) (Remerciements à Jean-Paul Goujon, pour son aide précieuse)

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        Le Barbier de Séville -

      Edouard Pelletan 1903 -, Paris - 1 In-8 217 pp. Reliure plein maroquin bleu nuit. Dos à nerfs avec titre doré et date au talon. Toutes tranches dorées. Double filet doré sur les coupes. Large dentelle intérieure. Gardes bordées de soir janue. Couverture et dos conservés. Non rogné. Reliure signée CANAPE. Intérieur très frais. Edition ornée de 62 gravures dans le texte par Daniel Vierge. Parfait état TIRAGE LIMITE. Celui-ci un des 278 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin à la cuve des papeteries du Maris. Ex-libris Juan Hernandez. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, 1903. Slight spotting to top text block edge, else fine and bright. Limited to 1000 copies, this no. 468, signed by Edwin Truman Imperial 8vo. xxxix, 308p, 4p subscribers list. Illustrated with 25 drawings on wood by George Cruikshank from the collection of Edwin Truman - first appearance of these illustrations. The plates are printed on Japanese vellum, the text on handmade paper. Bound in full medium blue crushed morocco with marbled endpapers, the spine with gilt titles and simple panel ornaments, and with gilt rules around the panels, on the bands, and around the covers & Truman&#39;s statement: "The drawings for the illustrations in this edition of the Pilgrim&#39;s Progress were made by my friend George Cruikshank more than forty years ago, and have been in my possession for upwards of thirty-three years. They are now produced for the first time." [signed] Edwin Truman.& Cohn 100.

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        The Souls of Black Folk

      A. C. McClurg & Co. 1903 - First edition (April 18, 1903). 8vo. Text illustrated with bars of music. Original gilt stamped black cloth, t.e.g. (short tear at head of spine; corners rubbed; slight slant). Pages 94, 107-108 have some lines underlined in ink. Good - very good. 265 pages. Inscribed by Du Bois on front free endpaper: "To my friend Miss Layton (?) from W.E.B. Du Bois" June third, 1903. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Survey of London. Complete in 10 volumes: Mediaeval London; Historical & Social; Ecclesiastical; London in the Time of the Tudors; London in the Time of the Stuarts; London in the Eighteenth Century; London in the Nineteenth Century

      London: Adam & Charles Black, 1903-1912. First edition. Quarto, original red cloth. 10 volumes. Top edge gilt, with titles the spine in gilt and front panel. Each volume is in very good to near fine with light wear to the spine tips. Illustrated throughout.Sister-in-law to the prolific women's rights activist Annie Beasant, Sir Walter Beasant occupied the influential positions of Secretary to the Palestine Exploration Fund and Treasurer of the 'Atlantic Union.' His ample time is research positions in colleges and government granted him the respect of the public in his writing on London.

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        Untitled portrait of a woman by Marcus Stone

      1903.. Color lithograph printed on silk, image 27 1/2 x 16 inches, sheet size approximately 30 x 17 1/2 inches, silk mounted on thick paper backing. Some faint soiling in outer margins, some fraying at very edge of sheet (well outside image area), a few small areas (chiefly in margins) where the silk is lifting from the backing, overall very good, bright condition. Currently conservation matted to 24 3/4 x 36 inches; FOR OVERSEAS SHIPPING WILL BE SENT ROLLED WITHOUT MAT. A gorgeous softly rendered image of a woman in a white dress clutching a flower, a blue sea and coastal landscape in the distance. Signed in print "Marcus Stone. 1903" at lower left. This is a fine example of Victorian printing on silk, enhancing, as the best examples did, color and texture; registration lines are visible in the print margin. British painter Marcus Stone (1840-1921) was elected to the Royal Academy in 1887. .

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        Lehrbuch Der Gotischen Konstruktionen (2 Bde.).

      Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1901, 1903 - 4°, XIV; 330 S., LXXIII lithogr. Taf.; 331 - 690 S., LXXIV - CXXXXVII lithogr. Taf. (davon 1 farb.), insg. 681 Textabb., HLdr. goldgeprägt d. Zeit , Namenszug a. Vors., Kanten berieben, etwas stockfleckig 4. Auflage. Neu bearbeitet von K. Mohrmann.Ungewitter (1820-1864) gehörte zu den ersten Vertretern der Wiederbelebung gotischer Formen in Deutschland (Neugotik oder Neogotik) und spielte damit eine wichtige Rolle in der historistischen Architektur, speziell im Kirchenbau. 4200 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [The Works]. Sense and Sensibility. Pride and Prejudice. Emma. Mansfield Park. Northanger Abbey [with] Persuasion.

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1903-1906. . Five volumes. 8vo. Contemporary binding of blue half calf over matching cloth sides for Hatchards, spines with raised bands, gilt lettered to one panel and decorated to the others, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, gift inscriptions to the second free endpaper of each volume. Numerous illustrations throughout, those of "Sense", "Emma" and "Mansfield Park" by Hugh Thomson and the others by Charles Brock. Spines uniformly faded to brown, a little light rubbing, a very good set. These illustrated editions of Austen's novels, each with an introduction by Austin Dobson, were first published between 1895 and 1897.

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        Slipper&#39;s ABC of Fox Hunting

      London: Longmans, Green, 1903. First edition. Large 4to. Title page vignette and 20 full page color plates by the author. Original colored pictorial cloth. Rebacked, preserving original spine. Hudson p. 70 . A delightful alphabet, consisting of amusing illustrations partnered with Irish-patois verses (bedraggled hunters going home in a downpour: "J is Jog Home / A dhry misht from the say / Very often comes on / Just to soften the way!"), by the Somervill half of the great Irish writing team. Uncommon

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        The Fiscal Puzzle: Both Sides Explained by Leading Men

      Dundee and London: John Long & Co, Ltd., 1903. 1st Edition. Paperback. Very good. We have never before seen or heard of a copy of this very early pamphlet, which is previously unknown to Churchill bibliographers Ronald Cohen and Fredrick Woods. The subject is the great policy debate of the time - free trade vs. protectionism. The pamphlet contains 25 items described in the preface as "principal arguments advanced by leading speakers in the Fiscal Controversy". Churchill&#39;s contribution is a condensation of his article in the November 1903 issue of Monthly Review (Cohen C224, Woods C32). It appears on pages 34 and 35 of the pamphlet under the title "Retaliation Examined" and is introduced with a brief summary of the subject and a small profile drawing of Churchill. In the article, Churchill takes issue with Balfour&#39;s Sheffield speech of early October 1903 in which Balfour advocated a retaliatory tariff. This was a critical argument at a critical time for Churchill. Free Trade was the policy issue that precipitated Churchill&#39;s decision to leave the Tory Party of his father. By late October 1903, Churchill had already made the fateful decision and would formally become a Liberal in 1904. Although the pamphlet is undated, indications are a printing date of late 1903. All items listed in the table of contents seem contemporary to Churchill&#39;s own November 1903 contribution. Moreover, the preface refers to articles printed in Monthly Review "since the July issue", the July in question being July 1903. The pamphlet is printed on cheap newsprint paper, wire-stitched, measuring 9.25 x 6 inches and 47 pages in length. Despite the age and fragility of the piece, the binding staples are intact and show no rust and the pamphlet is complete with only tiny chips along the fore edge of the covers. As might be expected, the paper has age-toned. There is also ancient cellotape reinforcement along the spine, as well as one spall piece at the upper edge of the rear cover. An extremely rare find, quite possibly unique. The pamphlet is protected in a removable, archival quality mylar sleeve.

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        Histoire de la faïence artistique de Moustiers.

      Georges Rapilly 1903 - In-4 ( 315 X 215 mm ) de 304 pages, broché sous sous couverture imprimée rempliée. Tome 1er et seul paru. EDITION ORIGINALE illustré de 15 planches hors-texte dont 7 en couleurs, et reproductions in-texte. Brochage fragile. Rare. provence faience porcelaine beaux-arts Moustiers Marseille [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Persian Problem. An examination of the rival positions of Russia and Great Britain in Persia with some account of the Persian Gulf and Bagdad Railway.

      London, Isbister and Co., 1903. - 8vo. XVI, 424 pp. Folding map frontispiece and 2 full-page maps to the text, 2 as plates, 23 plates. Original sand buckram, title gilt to spine and upper board, top edge gilt, others uncut. First and only edition. Important regional study of the Arabian Gulf, published in response to the granting of the Baghdad Railway concession by the Ottoman Government to a German-backed consortium. Assesses the economic, military and political implications of rival claims in the various states of the area. Whigham was a well-connected Scottish author, who emigrated to America and worked as drama critic on the Chicago Tribune, and as a war correspondent at the Spanish-American and Russo-Japanese Wars. A close friend and correspondent of British Persian Gulf opinion-makers Lord Curzon and Sir Percy Cox, Whigham wrote the book, based on his extensive travels in the region, at the request of Lord Curzon, who had "advised. [him] to go to the Gulf [and] instructed his subordinate officials in that part of the world to give me all the assistance in their power." Whigham is probably best remembered as a prominent amateur golfer, winner of the second and third US Amateur Championships, and author of How to play Golf, the first golf instruction manual illustrated from action photographs. - Ink ownership stamp of Charles C. Sterrett, an American Presbyterian missionary to the Christian population in the region to the front pastedown. Binding a little rubbed and spotted, spine mildly scuffed, endpapers foxed, small inked library stamp and cancellation to the title page, light toning, else very good. Diba Collection 1978, 227. Wilson 243. OCLC 2987283. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Essay on Friendship

      Aurora, NY: The Roycrofters, 1903. Tall quarto. 36pp. According to McKenna, the limitation of this large-format edition of Friendship was "noted in the 1905/06 catalog as &#39;a few copies. Printed on Roycroft handmade paper, the book is illuminated with two large hand-drawn initials accented in gilt and a hand-colored colophon device. McKenna describes the book as "one of the handsomest books of the press." This copy was specially bound by Lorenz Schwartz in deep plum morocco, and signed with the binder&#39;s monogram stamp inside the rear cover. The title is gilt-tooled to the front cover, surrounded by a design of roses and thorns incorporating onlays of pink morocco. Gilt-ruled turn-ins are decorated with foliate motifs to the corners, and softly-marbled endpapers complete this extremely fine, deluxe presentation. Protected in the original felt-lined box bearing a printed label.

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      Hodder and Stoughton, LONDON 1903 - "The STORY of A LITTLE COLORED (Coloured) COON" -- UNIQUE ETHNIC TITLE, FIRST EDITION (LONDON), ONLY PRINTING (The Electric Press, Leeds)!! Conrad Hall & two renown children's book Illustrators (Reginald Rigby & John H. Myrtle) collaborated in this earliest African-American Little Black Sambo spin-off Tale, published by Hodder & Stoughton in DUMPTY BOOK Style, for the Little Ones' Library series (1903, n.d.), directly copying the style and format of Bannerman's Little Black Sambo! Original red cloth with floral decoration and titles in yellow and green to front and spine, floral vignette in yellow and green to rear. VERY NICE CONDITION! Very little wear, Tight Binder, uncracked hinges, one small slightly lighter area on front board (doesn't even show in images). Faint 1903 authentic inscription on first blank page, blank end papers slightly edge toned in red from faint cover bleed, rear fep tanned. Complete in 125 total pages (including 6 pages with 3 additional color plates for the other 3 books in the series), with 54 actual story pages, and 27 Color Plates -- one opposite each text page -- (30 total with ad ills.), printed on one side only in original period Dumpy Book Style (blank pages are counted). 4" x 5" Format as well. NO FOXING, just a bit of scattered faint finger soil here and there! It is an extremely Rare Title, only Printed once, Published first in England and several years later in the States. THIS IS THE ORIGINAL BRITISH FIRST EDITION!! No wonder this TOTALLY STEREOTYPICAL PORTRAYAL of African American Piccaninnies is SO RARE! And it's not just the DEROGATORY TITLE, but the Boy in the story is named Jim, but he's called "SNOWBALL", and his Little Sister, named Louisiana Carolina, is called "SNOWFLAKE". about them apples! Clearly a slam at BLACK AMERICANA Culture in general!! An interesting Tale as well, with a pair of Condors -- One capturing them, the other arranging their escape.and the Father COON ultimately shooting the Bad Condor -- of course it's the Male! And the story telling is almost absurdly proper, instead of what you might expect. This story might well have given Helen Bannerman the idea for her Golden Eagle in the later "Sambo and the Twins" story !! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Upper Coquetdale Its History, Traditions, Folklores and Scenery

      VG: in very good condition. Marbled eps. Spine faded. Head and tail of joints rubbed and chipped. Bumping to corners. Internally very good. Very light spotting to prelims. Previous owner's inscription to fep.Teg No. 23 of a limited "Edition de Luxe" of 200 Quarter-calf cover over green boards 285mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). x, 498pp + index. Tissue-guarded frontispiece ('Cragside') plus 21 full-page engraved plates.

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        Miniature Painters British and Foreign with Some Account of Those Who Practiced in America in The Eighteenth Century.

      NY: E. P. Dutton & Co. 1903 - EDITION ROYALE. 2 volumes, folio, 13-7/8" x 10-3/8", limited to 10 numbered copies of which this is #3 and signed by Foster, heavily illustrated, hand colored frontis in each volume. Bound in full blue morocco, ribbed floral gilt decorated spines, covers elaborately ruled and paneled in gilt, gilt dentelles, red morocco doublures, light blue silk morie endpapers, top edges gilt, others uncut, by Stikeman & Co. Each volume housed in a blue morocco edged open ended slipcase, edges of slipcase worn. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Call of the Wild Illustrated by Philip R. Goodwin and Charles Livingston Bull. Decorated by Chas. Edw. Hooper.

      New York The Macmillan Company 1903 - The First Edition of Jack London?s Greatest Novel, In Un-resored Dust Jacket LONDON, Jack. The Call of the Wild. Illustrated by Philip R. Goodwin and Charles Livingston Bull. Decorated by Chas. Edw. Hooper. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1903. First edition. Octavo (7 1/2 x 5 3/16 inches; 192 x 131 mm). [5]-231, [1, blank], [2, ads] pp. With frontispiece and ten color plates, included in pagination. Text illustrations, some printed in blue and some in color. Title-page printed in blue and black. Original vertically ribbed green cloth, front cover and spine decoratively stamped in white, red, black, and gilt. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Pictorial endpapers, printed in blue with dog-team and mountain scene. In the original un-restored, dark grey printed dust jacket. Previous owner's signature on verso of frontipiece. Cloth a bit rubbed along extremities. Jacket with the letters "ER!" in manuscript after "Wild" on front cover. Otherwise, an excellent copy in the un-restored dust jacket of this scarce first edition. "The book, illustrating London's recurrent Darwinian theme of the need for adaptation to survive was an immediate success and thrust London into a position of unaccustomed wealth." (Benét's Reader's Encyclopedia, 163). BAL 11876. Woodbridge 19. HBS 66717. $10,000 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE PRINCIPAL NAVIGATIONS VOYAGES TRAFFIQUES & DISCOVERIES of the English Nation Made by Sea of Over-land to the remote and Farthest Distant Quarters of the Earth at any time within the compasse of these 1600 Yeeres

      Glasgow James MacLehose and Sons 1903. . 12 vols. Port. frontiss. (except to vol. 12), 5 folding facsimile plates, 35 folding maps and plans, 55 plates etc. including several folding. Sporadic light browning, original gilt lettered cloth with gilt device to upper boards, vols. 5 6 8 11 & 12 variant binding in slightly different cloth and without device to upper board, spines very sl. bumped, t.e.g., a handsome set. US$720

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        Miniature Painters. British and Foreign, with some account of those who practised in America in the eighteenth century. Illustrated by numerous examples selected from celebrated collections.

      London: Dickinsons & New York: Dutton & Co 1903 - Limited edition, no. 165 of 570 copies, being one of 175 "Edition de Luxe" copies signed by the author, 2 volumes, folio, xii, 137, (1); viii, 177, (1) pp. 220 illustrations with captioned tissues, one of the tissues torn without loss, marbled endpapers. Original vellum, t.e.g., yapp edges torn and repaired, some minor loss to the spine of volume I.

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        Catalogue of the Engraved Portraits of Washington

      New York Grolier Club 1903. Limited edition. Folio, Quarter vellum, black and white plates, xxvi, 406 pages. Condition: Near fine. Comprehensive survey of the engraved likenesses of George Washington, which took five years to complete. Many are reproduced in full page facsimile. The frontispiece is a mezzotint engraved specially for this volume by S. Arlent Edwards after an original oil painting from 1798 or 1799, thus immediately creating an engraving not described in the catalogue! Published by the Grolier Club in an edition of only 425 copies. HOWES #H257. Bound in slate blue paper over boards with vellum spine and corner tips, gilt-stamped spine and boards, tissue-guarded frontispiece and plates, deckle fore and bottom edges. Binding shows mild rubs and shallow bumps at extremities, slight soil to spine. Americana

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        ABC. Crónica Universal Ilustrada / (a partir del 26) Crónica Bisemanal Ilustrada. Año Uno. Número 1 - 101

      Madrid 1903 - 29x41. 8pp. por número. Encuadernados en tela. Contribuciones de Juan Ramón Jiménez ('Los locos' y 'Rosas de Cementerio'; tambien una reseña de 'Arias Tristes' por F.N.L., con foto), Manuel Machado, Gregorio Martínez Sierra, Luis Taboada, Xundaró, José Echegaray, Carmen de Burgos, Joaquín Dicenta, Alejandro Sawa, Ramón Pérez de Ayala, Gómez Carrillo, Emilio Carrere, etc. etc. Los primeros 101 números del ABC, decano de la prensa madrileña. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.

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        The PRETENDER. A Play in a Prologue and Four Acts

      (n. p.). [1903].. 11" x 8-1/2". Unpaginated, though each Act&#39;s section is foliated. ~ 62 leaves.. Black flexible pebbled leather binding with gilt title lettering stamped to front panel and spine. Marbled paper eps.. Sunning to spine with a note to preliminary blank "Written 1903". A. VG copy.. Offered with 12 other deMille play typescripts [IDs 34217 - 34229]; the price is for all 13 volumes.

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        The Official Reports Of The High Court of the South African.

      1903 - Webber, Walter S., Reporter. Kotze, J.G., Editor. The Official Reports Of The High Court of the South African Republic, Translated into English, With Index and Table of Cases. London: Stevens and Haynes, 1903-1912. Six volumes. Contemporary three-quarter calf, raised bands and lettering pieces to spines. Moderate wear to extremities of most volumes, two heavily worn with loose boards and chipped spine ends. Early notes in pencil to preliminaries, interiors otherwise clean. Ex-library. Location labels to spines, small stamps to title pages. * Complete set. "[Vol. 6] completes the Reports of the High court of the late South African Republic until the commencement of the war . It is, as the previous volume, not a mere translation of the Official reports, as there are no reports for this period in existence, but it has been prepared from judges' note books, records and judgments scattered over many volumes at present in the archives of the Supreme Court of the Transvaal.": Preface, Volume VI. " This is a welcome addition to the existing series of reports of cases decided in the late Right Court of the South African Republic.": South African Law Journal 29 (1912) 112. OCLC locates 23 copies. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 7:48. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Call of the Wild

      MacMillan, 1903. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1903. First Edition, First Printing. Good condition. Pages show smudging, spots and wear. Binding is fragile but holding. Missing plate on page 29, all other illustrations present. Exterior shows wear, soiling, rubbing. Front board seems to have dampstaining, rear board has two small punctures to the cloth. Edge wear, with fraying at corners and top and bottom of spine. A worn, well-loved copy of this rare classic.

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        The Negro Problem

      New York: James Pott & Company,, 1903. A Series of Articles by Representative American Negroes of To-Day. Octavo. Original burgundy cloth, titles to spine and upper board gilt. With the dust jacket. A superb, fresh copy in the dust jacket with just a couple of short splits. First edition, first printing and a stunning copy of this important collection of seven essays on African American concerns at the turn of the century. Rare in the dust jacket, particularly in such beautiful condition. This volume includes the important W. E. B. DuBois essay, "The Talented Tenth", in which DuBois makes the case that the "talented tenth" percentage of the African American population, if provided better education and opportunities, will pull the rest of the population up after them. Also included is the Booker T. Washington essay "Industrial Education for the Negro"; "The Disfranchisement of the Negro" by Charles W. Chesnutt; "The Negro and the Law" by Wilford H. Smith; "The Characteristics of the Negro People" by H. T. Kealing; "Representative American Negroes" by Paul Laurence Dunbar; and "The Negro&#39;s Place in American Life at the Present Day" by T. Thomas Fortune.

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      McClure, Phillips & Co. 1903 Light wear to extremities. Bookplate laid in, detached from front pastedown with markings ; The stars and man's place amongst them. Two maps ; 8vo; 326 pages

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        Oltarz Wita Stwosza

      - Typ: rycina; Haslo: Krakow-Rynek; Przyn. adm.: wojewodztwo malopolskie (krakowskie); Sygnatura: Rycina sygnowana olowkiem pod kompozycja: "Oltarz Wita Stwosza (miedzioryt) ryt. Zakrzewski" oraz na na plycie: "ryt. Zakrzewski".; Technika: Miedzioryt; Format: 211x152.; Datowanie: I. pol. XX w.; Inf o autorze: W. Zakrzewski (1903 Pakosc pow. Inowroclaw -1944 Krakow) grafik i malarz, studiowal w ASP w Krakowie w latach 1922-1924, a nastepnie w filii w Paryzu w 1926 roku oraz w latach 1932-1937 grafike u J. Wojnarskiego w ASP w Krakowie, od 1932 roku zajmowal sie wylacznie grafika w technikach metalowych, zob. Voll. t.5 s.194 i Katalog Wroclaw 1983 ss.196-197.; Uwagi: Rycina podklejona do passe-partout.; Kategorie tematyczne: architektura koscioly, architektura detale architektoniczne wnetrza / Architektur Kirchen/Kirche, Architektur architektonische Details/architektonisches Detail nnere/Inneres / architecture churches/church, architecture architectural details/architectural detail interiors/interior / Kupferstich / engraving; Rycina w ladnym stanie, nieco pofaldowana.

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        Barbakan - Krakow".

      - Typ: rycina; Haslo: Krakow-fortyfikacje; Przyn. adm.: wojewodztwo malopolskie (krakowskie); Sygnatura: Rycina sygnowana olowkiem pod kompozycja: "Barbakan - Krakow St. Raczynski".; Technika: Drzeworyt; Format: 180x245.; Datowanie: Pol. XX w.; Inf o autorze: S. Raczynski (1.06.1903 Wadowice-29.10.1982 Krakow) malarz, scenograf i grafik, studia ASP w Krakowie 1920-1927 pod kierunkiem Ignacego Pienkowskiego, Teodora Axentowicza i Wojciecha Weissa oraz dodatkowo z grafiki u Jana Wojnarskiego, podroz artystyczna do Wloch, 1928-1930 w Poznaniu, potem stypedium w Paryzu i ponownie w Krakowie gdzie wspolpracowal z prasa, 1933 Nagroda Graficzna Polskiej Akademii Umiejetnosci im. Feliksa Jasienskiego, okupacje spedzil w Wieliczce, po wojnie w Krakowie, liczne projekty dla wydawnictw, w grafice tworzacy w roznych technikach graficznych przede wszystkim jednak w technice drzeworytu, gdzie poczatkowo pozostawal pod wplywem Wladyslawa Skoczylasa, bogaty dorobek graficzny, liczne teki drzeworytnicze, zob. Gronska 1971 s.440 oraz znacznie obszerniej Mulczynski 1996 ss.343-345.; Uwagi: Rycina podklejona na karton.; Kategorie tematyczne: architektura fortyfikacje / Architektur Festungen/Festung / architecture fortifications/fortification / Holzschnitt / woodcut;

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      New York: Doubleday, Page & Company,. 1903. original pictorial light green cloth, front panel stamped in dark green, red, white and gold, spine panel stamped in dark green and gold.. Top edge of text block a little dusty, spine panel just a bit dulled,. period bookplate affixed to front free endpaper, a near fine, bright. copy of this lovely book. Small slip of paper signed by Mrs. Freeman. (possibly clipped from a letter) laid in. (#67245). First edition. "New England regionalist writer, highly regarded for cameo like, naturalistic pictures of domestic life and for supernatural stories ... THE WIND IN THE ROSE-BUSH (1903), Freeman's only supernatural collection, is of greater critical and historical importance than its uniqueness might suggest. It is one of the very few bodies of work that combine domestic realism with supernaturalism, and it has been the founding document of a minor school within supernatural fiction (notably August Derleth and his followers). The individual stories are also excellent." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 163. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-71. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 662. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 231. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 395. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3- 259. Bleiler (1978), p. 77. Reginald 15339. BAL 6371 (BAL notes that Merle Johnson termed this binding the earliest).

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      London: Isbister & Company Limited,. 1903. title leaf printed in red and black, original pictorial blue cloth, front panel stamped in white and gray, spine panel stamped in gold, publisher's monogram stamped in blind on rear panel, fore and bottom edges untrimmed.. A few scattered fox marks to edges of endpapers, a near fine copy. with bright, attractive binding and fresh clean pages that appear. unread. The first printing of this UK edition is quite scarce,. especially in such nice condition. (#118374). First edition, first printing. The author's first book. Fifteen weird tales, including the noted ghost story, "The Traveller." Religious ghost stories, dogmatism offset by strong atmosphere, especially "The Watcher," "The Blood-Eagle," "Poena Damni," and "The Traveller." Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, p. 32. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 148. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia if Horror and the Supernatural, p. 30. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-18. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 70. Bleiler (1978), p. 21. Reginald 01139.

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