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        The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha - [Complete in 14 Volumes]

      Boston, R. H. Hinkley Company 1904 - Limitation not stated but presumed, 1 of 2000. Tissue-guarded plates with descriptive letterpress. Publisher's device to title-page. Subjects: Bible. N. T. - Commentaries and literature. Subjects: Bible. O. T. - Commentaries and literature. Bible studies. A fine set of 14 volumes in the original cloth, with printed-title labels to the spines. Slight wear to one of the labels only. All remain particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. An excellent collection. 14 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS AND THE APOCRYPHA (THE MERRYMOUNT BIBLE COMPLETE IN 14 VOLUMES WITH WOODEN BOARDS) [G][Bx]

      R. H. Hinkley Co,, Boston 1904 - Fiine Binding; RELIGION; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Gravures; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; aproc 4500 pages; Leather spines over black beveled wooden boards. Contents clean with some browning to untrimmed edges of the text. Limited edition of 488 of which this is no 476 as noted on limitation page in red. ; 0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité de Chimie Minérale ] Epreuves corrigées de la main d'Henri Moissan, Prix Nobel de Chimie 1906. 3 Volumes : Vol. I : Soufre - Mercure ; Vol. II : Fer - Manganèse - Molybdène - Tungstène - Chrome - Plomb - Outremers - Céramique ; Vol. III : Bismuth - Vanadium - Noibium - Cantale - Bore - Uranium - Thallium - Or - Métaux du Platine.

      Masson & Cie 1904 - 3 vol. dont 1 vol. in-4 et deux vol. petit in-4 reliés demi-chagrin rouge, dos à 5 nerfs dorés, contenant les épreuves corrigées ou avant impression des sections suivantes figurant dans le "Traité de Chimie Minérale" publié chez Masson & Cie de 1904 à 1906 : Vol. I : Soufre - Mercure ; Vol. II : Fer - Manganèse - Molybdène - Tungstène - Chrome - Plomb - Outremers - Céramique ; Vol. III : Bismuth - Vanadium - Noibium - Cantale - Bore - Uranium - Thallium - Or - Métaux du Platine Exceptionnel ensemble d'épreuves en partie corrigées par Henri Moissan, premier français Prix Nobel de Chimie, en 1906 (5 ans avant Marie Curie). Directeur de la publication du "Traité de Chimie Minérale", publié chez Masson vers 1906, Henri Moissan accorde le "bon à mettre en pages" enrichi de ses dernières corrections manuscrites sur diverses épreuves des textes rédigées par les nombreux collaborateurs à ce monumental traité. Le premier volume recueille les extraits du traité relatif au Soufre (extraits publiés, sans correction manuscrite) et les épreuves (imprimés uniquement au recto) du très long développement consacré au Mercure, corrigées par l'auteur et abondamment annotées par Henri Moissan. A propos des propriétés chimiques du mercure, il insère par exemplaire ce commentaire manuscrit "Le fluor l'attaque à la température ordinaire. Lorsque ce gaz se dégage bulle à bulle à travers une masse de mercure de faible épaisseur, on voit nettement se former à la surface du métal une couche jaune de flurorure de mercure anhydre". Le second volume recueille les épreuves avant ou après mise en page relatives aux éléments suivants : Fer - Manganèse - Molybdène - Tungstène - Chrome - Plomb - Outremers - Céramique, avec quelques corrections des auteurs et de rares annotations d'Henri Moissan, notamment à propos des propriétés chimiques du molybdène. Le troisième volume recueille les épreuves avant ou après mise en page relatives aux éléments suivants : Bismuth - Vanadium - Noibium - Cantale - Bore - Uranium - Thallium - Or - Métaux du Platine. Ensemble unique, en bel état, d'une partie des épreuves du Traité de Chimie Minérale, annoté notamment par Henri Moissan (1852 - 1907), lauréat du Prix Nobel de Chimie 1906 pour ses travaux sur le fluor et pour le développement du four à arc électrique inventé par William Siemens. Le Traité de Chimie Minérale fut la dernière contribution d'importance d'Henri Moissan, qui devait décéder brutalement le 20 février 1907, à 54 ans, peu de temps après son retour de Stockholm où il venait de recevoir son Prix Nobel. Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Messager de la Société de Marie [1897-1902 : 3 Tomes - Complet Suivi de :] L'Apôtre de Marie. Echo des Oeuvres et des Missions de la Société de Marie (Série suivie complète du n° 1 de Mai-Juin 1904 au n° 338 de Septembre-Octobre 1946 en 31 volumes reliés ) [ Exceptionnel ensemble, souvent illustré, relatant les progrès des missions marianistes en Europe, Amérique, Afrique, et surtout au Japon - Important and scarce review referring to Marianist missions in the entire world, with focus on american or japanese missions in Urakami, Tokyo, etc. ]

      Institut Sainte Marie 1904 - 3 vol. relié demi-toile (Messager) et 31 vol. reliés demi-toile à coins rouge ou marron (Apôtre de Marie), couvertures conservées, Institut Sainte Marie, Nivelles, 1904-1946 ;Le Messager de la Société de Marie [1897-1902 : 3 Tomes - Complet Suivi de :] L'Apôtre de Marie. Echo des Oeuvres et des Missions de la Société de Marie (Série suivie complète du n° 1 de Mai-Juin 1904 au n° 338 de Septembre-Octobre 1946 en 31 volumes reliés ) [ Exceptionnel ensemble, souvent illustré, relatant les progrès des missions marianistes en Europe, Amérique, Afrique, et surtout au Japon - Important and scarce review referring to Marianist missions in the entire world, with focus on american or japanese missions in Urakami, Tokyo, etc. ] La Revue "l'Apôtre de Marie", qui fait suite aux 3 tomes de la revue "Le Messager de la Société de Marie", laquelle fut interrompue par les expulsions de 1903, se consacre plus particulièrement à la présentation de l'oeuvre missionnaire des marianistes. "Echo des Oeuvres et des Missions de la Société de Marie" puis "Organes des Missions et des Oeuvres", elle propose un panorama tout à fait remarquable et passionnant des développements de ces missions dans le monde entier : par exemple au Mexique (Durango.), en Europe (Autriche, Espagne, Belgique, Italie, Suisse.), avec une prédilection pour l'Amérique et l'Asie. On remarque ainsi les nombreux articles consacrés aux missions d'Asie, celles de Chine et surtout aux missions du Japon (Urakami, Tokyo, .) ainsi qu'aux missions développées aux Etats-Unis (Dayton, Cleveland, Colombus, Erie, Chicago, Honolulu aux Iles Sandwich futur Hawaï, etc.). Les comptes-rendus de mission, ou les visites pastorales des supérieurs en Asie ou en Amérique sont souvent illustrés et font l'objet d'articles du plus grand intérêt. Etat très satisfaisant (dos frottés et mouill. sur certains dos n'affectant pas le texte) pour cet ensemble rare, rassemblant l'intégralité des numéros du "Messager de la Société de Marie" et du premier numéro jusqu'au dernier numéro de format identique paru en 1946 de la revue 'l'Apôtre de Marie". Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Christabel, Kubla Khan, Fancy In Nubibus, And Song From Zapolya

      Eragny Press, London 1904 - 41 pages 21 x 14 cm. Limited edition, one of 226 copies, printed in red and black in Brook type. Frontispiece, a colored wood engraving in green, first page of Christabel in an exquisite green floral border surrounding initial letter T in orange. Roderick Cave in "The Private Press" notes, "But though Pissarro had learned much of typography from Ricketts they were no means imitations of the Vale manner, Eragny books had a charm and freshness quite unlike anything found in the work of any other private press,." RANSOM 20. Interior contents clean, extremity wear, spine decorated in floral motifs, lettered in gilt. Three quarter brown calf and marbled boards rebacked with original spine laid down. Very good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        TROUT FISHING AND SPORT IN MAORILAND

      Covernment Printing Officw 1904 - Green cloth covers with gold titles to spine and front cover.Cloth is mottled ,otherwise VG with no damage or rubs.Block is tight and sound,Nice inscription on front blank prelim.Many photographic plates and map at rear.Chapters on the country,tackle,casting,striking,division of the water,Facts,fly,minnow,baits,worms & grubs,lakes,guided fishing,deerstalking,all the lakes and rivers in New Zealand.All gloss paper [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The BOSUN And The BOB - TAILED COMET.

      Elkin Mathews, [1904], London: - Illustrated by Yeats in 18 b/w woodblock prints. Age toning to extremities. Quarter-round stain to lower portion of rear wrapper. Foxing. PO pencil notes to ffep. Withal, a VG copy of a somewhat uncommon children's book. Printed stiff-stock blue paper wrappers, sewn. 12mo. 7" x 4-1/2" 1st edition. Unpaginated, though 24 pp. Last 4 pages adverts, 2 with woodblock cuts. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        WHISTLER AS I KNEW HIM (DeLuxe Limited Edition)

      Adam & Charles Black 1904 - hardback, 4to, new buckram backstrip with original skilfully laid down & also preserving original cream decorative panels, original gilt titles, top edge gilt, deckle edges, corners of boards very lightly rubbed at tips, internally a very good copy, Limited DeLuxe edition of 500 copies of which this is numbered 482 and signed by the author, the frontispiece of the Menpes children appears not to have been bound in & all 125 tissue guarded plates are present, binding tight, a very good handsome copy, 153pp of text [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE BLACK HILLS ILLUSTRATED. A TERSE DESCRIPTION OF CONDITIONS PAST AND PRESENT OF AMERICA'S GREATEST MINERAL BELT, ITS AGRICULTURE AND CATTLE RESOURCES, PRINCIPAL CITIES, FINANCIAL, COMMERCIAL, EDUCATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS, RAILWAYS, SCENERY AND HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORTS

      N.P.: The Black Hills Mining Men's Association, 1904., 1904. Tall quarto. First edition. Decorated wrappers in gold and black, 206 [1] pp., introduction, frontis., double column, illustrated, plates, portraits. Book is illustrated from original photographs with articles by eleven different contributors. A wonderful photograph of the real Deadwood Stage Coach on its daily run to Spearfish. The photographs are graphic in detail and provide an excellent insight to long ago South Dakota. The numerous articles provide much information about the mines, mining towns, resources, railways, agricultural resources, ranching, etc. Corners lightly bumped else a near fine, tight, clean copy of a scarce item. Not in Adams' Herd, Decker, Eberstadt, Graff, or Howes.

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        My Service in the Indian Army — and After

      London: Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd.,, 1904. Octavo (219 x 139 mm). Original red fine-ribbed cloth, titles to spine gilt, publisher's device to rear board in blind, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Portrait frontispiece, one partially coloured lithographic folding map and 2 lithographic folding plans, all three by George Philips & Sons. Binding slightly soiled and rubbed, spine sunned, minor wear to spine ends, corners and rear board a bit bumped, inner hinges cracked but holding firm, mild foxing to prelims and endmatter. First edition. Surprisingly uncommon, OCLC showing just 30 locations worldwide. Military memoir of thirty years service in which Riddick detects a "higher than usual level of intelligence" in operation. Born in 1820 Vaughan was educated at Rugby and gazetted as a cadet and posted to the Indian Army in 1840. Saw action at Maharajpur in the Gwalior Campaign of 1843-4; acted as Deputy Quarter Master General to the Turkish Contingent in the Crimean War; during the Mutiny commanded the 5th Punjab Infantry at Lucknow, and during the clearing of Oudh; present in the Umbeyla Campaign 1863; commanded a brigade in the Black Mountain Expedition of 1868; 1869 command of the Gwalior District, and retirement. "A brilliant linguist, Vaughan published both a grammar and a vocabulary of Pushtu … Due to rapid promotion and army procedures Vaughan lost the chance for further assignment in India. Accordingly in 1878 he became a correspondent and the only one to accompany Lord Roberts's forces top Kabul and then Kandahar during the Second Afghan War". While Times correspondent he made a visit to the Persian Gulf to enquire into the Persian Gulf visiting Bunder Abbas, Bahrein, Bushire, Kuwait, and Baghdad where the Resident, Col. S.B. Miles "gave [me] quarters and a hearty welcome at the Residency" and "under whose auspices" Vaughan "was able to devote a few days … to seeing something of Baghdad and its society". Described by Matthews as a "useful record".

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        The Autobiography of a Stage Coachman.

      2 vols. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. 1904. With 41 engr. plates after Rowlandson, Alken and others, of which 41 are handcoloured. XVI + 253; XII + 250 pp. Publisher's red half cloth with gilt stage coach on front boards (slightly faded). Old name on titlepage.. The titlepage mistakenly mentions 43 plates, but the contents lists mentions 20 plates in volume 1 and 22 in volume 2. Plate 18 in vol. 2 showing a portrait of Henry Villbois, Esq., uncoloured. Limited to 500 copies

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        Dr. J. Fricks Physikalische Technik oder Anleitung zu Experimentalvorträgen sowie zur Selbstherstellung einfacher Demonstrationsapparate. 2 Bände (in 4= komplett).

      Braunschweig, 1904-1909.. 4°. XXIII, XX, 1631, 34, 32, XVII, 2072, 20, 40 Seiten. Pappbände der Zeit. Goldgeprägter Rückentitel.. 7., vollkommen umgearbeitete und stark vermehrte Auflage von Dr. Otto Lehmann. Mit insgesamt 7780 Abbildungen im Text, 17, davon 14 farbige Tafeln und einem Bildnis des Verfassers. Einband wenig fleckig, wenig bestoßen, berieben. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Seventh, complete revised and strongly enlarged edition by Dr. Otto Lehmann. With 7780 illustrations, 17 (14 colored) plates. Original cloth binding. Cover lightly spotted, lightly bumbed and lightly rubbed. Fine copy.

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        The Master of Game - The Oldest English Book on Hunting. Edited by Wm. A. and F. Baillie-Grohman. With a Foreword by Theodore Roosevelt

      London: Published for the Editors by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co, 1904 - The first 10 copies were printed on Japanese hand- made vellum paper. One of these was presented by President Theodore Roosevelt to the German Emperor in 1910 after his visit to Berlin, while three other copies were bought by the late King Edward VII, the Prince of Wales (King George V) and Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria shortly before his assassination which gave rise to World War II. Partially a translation from the most famous hunting book, Gaston Phoebus, which the author wrote while in prison for an attempt to murder his cousin Richard II First edition, one of 600 copies. Folio. With 52 facsimile photogravure plates and monotint reproductions, including chromolithographic frontispiece. Recent full reversed calf, spine with raised bands, upper board inlaid with the gilt seal of Edward, 2nd Duke of York, from original binding. Some marginal chipping to leaf [a]4 (pp. vii-viii, ntroductory note), not affecting text. Fine, attractive copy. Schwerdt II p. 305 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Tale of Benjamin Bunny

      Frederick Warne and Co. 1904 - First edition, first issue. Sextodecimo. Orignal grey paper-covered boards, printed in dark green, illustration mounted on front board. Very good. Frontispiece and 26 colour illustrations by Beatrix Potter. 1904 printed on the title page and first issue points on page 15. Potter's introduction of Perter's cousin Benjamin, the fourth of her books to be published. The first printing was of 20,000 copies in September 1904, the second printing was of 10,000 copies in October 1904. They are apparently identical, and so, even thought this copy has all the first issue points, we do not know if it is the first or second printing. Housed in a custom made slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History of Portrait Miniatures.

      . 2 vols. London: George Bell and Sons 1904. With 104 full-page plates. Folio. XXIX+ 214; IX + 211 pp. Publisher's white cloth, richly gilt and decorated. Old name on flyleaf. * Limied to 510 copies..

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        Les princesses -

      A. Ferroud et F. Ferroud 1904 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-4 42 pp. Reliure demi-maroquin marron à coins. Dos lisse orné de petits dessins en maroquin de couleurs et date dorée au talon. Tête dorée. Couverture et dos conservés. Reliure signée CANAPE. Intérieur propre. Illustré de compositions hors-texte de Georges ROCHEGROSSE. Non rogné. Très plaisant TIRAGE LIMITE à 400 exemplaires numérotés. Un des 270 exemplaires sur papier vélin d'Arches. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fritz Kochers Aufsätze

      Insel Verlag, Lepzig, 1904.. Erstausgabe dieses ersten Romans von R. Walser 128 Seiten mit 11 Illustrationen von Karl Walser Hardcover/Pappeinband. Erstausgabe der ersten Veröffentlichung Walsers. Auch ist dieses Buch die erste Buchgestaltung und BuchIllustration Karl Walsers. Orangefarbener Pappeinband. Besitzervermerk im vorderen Vorsatz. Buchschnitt etwas staubig. Farbkopfschnitt. Insgesamt in einem guten und sammelwürdigen Erhaltungszustand. Vitrine 1/2/ WZ

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        The Simple Life De Gang

      Piedmont, California, 1904. Cloth. Very Good. Oblong, 20 by 27 cm. 14 pp. of ink and watercolor drawings of amusing, preposterous cartoon scenes mostly of family life in a decidedly upper crust, eccentric California family. The artwork resembles the modern cartoonist Roz Chast, whose work regularly appears in The New Yorker. The most striking illustration is a double paged depiction of "Maddie's Birthday Party", which would appear to have been a masquerade party with the guests dressing up as characters mostly from opera and operetta (Tannhauser, The Mikado, Carmen). While the figures in all the drawings have a rough crudity about them, this is also the source of their subversive charm, and the corseted times are upended into something more spontaneous, slapdash and not entirely removed from our more unbuttoned culture. Whether or not the artist was capable of realistic portraiture, she surely knew how to capture movement, and all the drawings convey action and movement very effectively. We may not be privy to the inside jokes at the bottom of the drawings, but it really doesn't matter, as the color, joy and dynamism of the cartoons come together to pull us in. On the cover is written The Century Co., New York, but surely this was the author/artist having a bit of fun, for this is an unpublished manuscript. The title page in facts states a location of Piedmont, which is in the East Bay of San Francisco. The surname of the artist is unknown. Soiling to the cloth cover.

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        THE MAMMALS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND

      Published by Longmans, Green & Co., 1904. 1st edition.. Hardback. Good. Illustrated by Millais, J.G. & Thorburn, Archibald & Lodge, G.E. & Gronvold, Henrik. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. Three volumes. Blue cloth, gilt titles. 14 x 13", large heavy format. Top edge gilt. Limited edition of 1025 copies. With 62 photogravures, 62 coloured plates and 149 uncoloured plates. Copy no. 730. All plates present. Spines faded. Volumes I and II have slightly rubbed corners. Volume III is damp stained at front edge and rear lower corner. Contents very good. [S]

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        Signed postcard photograph ("R. Leoncavallo") with autograph musical quotation from the first act of his opera La Boheme

      . A fine bust-length photograph of the composer with his trademark handlebar mustache, boldly signed in black ink and dated Berlin, June 1904. With a two-measure autograph musical quotation to upper left, with text, identified in the composer's hand as being from "La Boheme I Act." Addressed to Fraulein Grete Larass in Berlin. Very slightly worn at edges; remnants of tape to edges of verso.. ["Leoncavallo"] completed his version of Murger's Scenes de la vie de Boheme, on which he had been working since 1892, and its first performance was carefully supervised by his new publisher Sonzogno in Venice in 1897. The long period of composition during which he sought to convey the realities of life in the Latin Quarter of Paris was preceded by fierce controversy with Puccini and the Ricordi publishing house. It was Leoncavallo who first had the idea of making it into an opera, but his Boheme, although it has pages full of vitality, is much more a social document of the period, and after the first years in which the two operas were performed almost side by side, it was Puccini's version that survived in the repertory." Michele Girardi in Grove online

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        HAGADAH SHEL PESACH [FIRST JUDEO-TATAR HAGGADA]

      Piotrkow; M. Tzederbaum. 1904. Later wraps. 12mo. 148 pages. 19 cm. First edition of Hagadah in Judeo-Tatar. Hagadah shel Pesach. With translation into the Tatar language spoken in the Crimea for the benefit of the Krimchaks by Nissim (Nathan) Halevi Tzachtzir. Complete with Laws of Passover. Appended: Millin De'Agadeta [Hebrew-Judeo-Tatar lexicon] and Zikaron Tov [list of subscribers]. The translator, known by his Hebrew acronym "Netzach, " was the son-in-law of one of the great rabbinic scholars of the day, Haim Hezekiah Medini ("HaHaM") , who edited the monumental talmudic encyclopedia, Sdei Chemed. Chief Sephardic Rabbi of Hebron, Medini earlier served for many years as Rabbi of Karasubazar in the Crimea. From 1867 to 1900, Medini was recognized as Chief Rabbi of Crimean Jewry. The list of subscribers is an important historical source; represented are the following Crimean cities: Feodosiya, Yalta, Sevastopol, Yevpatoriya (Eupatoria) , Simferopol, Karasubazar, Kerch, etc. Yudlov 2282; Ya'ari 1673. Subjects: Haggada shel Pesah. OCLC lists 3 copies (Natl Libr Israel, Tel Aviv, Izhak Ben Zvi Libr). In blue quarter morocco. Some leaves repaired, lightly aged throughout; overall very fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HAG-13-4) .

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        King Alphonso XIII of Spain writes a letter of State announcing the death of his grandmother Queen Isabel II

      Printed Document Signed, \"Alfonso\", King of Spain, 1p, 9.5\" x 14\", April 29, 1904, Malaga, Spain, being an announcement by King Alphonso XIII of Spain upon the death of his grandmother, Queen Isabel II of Spain. His father, Alfonso XII, died of phthisis, otherwise known as tuberculosis. Alphonso XII\'s biological paternity is uncertain, though his legal paternity is not: his mother was married to her homosexual cousin Maria Fernando Francisco de Asis, eldest son of the duke of Cadiz, at the time of Alfonso\'s conception and birth. Alfonso\'s biological father is said to have been Enrique Puig y Moltó, a captain of the guard. When Queen Isabella and her husband were forced to leave Spain by the revolution of 1868, Alfonso XII accompanied them to Paris, and from there he was sent to the Theresianum at Vienna to continue his studies. On June 25, 1870 he was recalled to Paris, where his mother abdicated in his favour, in the presence of a number of Spanish nobles who had followed the fortunes of th

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        Anthropophyteia. Jahrbücher für Folkloristische Erhebungen und Forschungen zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der geschlechtlichen Moral.

      Leipzig, Deutsche Verlag-Aktien-Gesellschaft, später Ethnologischer Verlag. 1904 -1913.. 10 Bände (=Alles Erschienene). Zusammen ca. 5.000 Seiten mit ca. 120 Bildtafeln. Originale rote Ganzleinenbände mit Titel in Goldprägung (Bd. IX abweichend in Halbleinen). Einbande bering berieben, je ein Band mit Besitzvermerk bzw. privatem Stempel. Bd. IX bestossen. Teils etwas fleckig.. Num. Privatdruck. Nur für Gelehrte, nicht für den Buchhandel bestimmt. Der Herausgeber Friedrich Salomon Krauss (1859 - 1938) war österreichischer Ethnologe, Sexualforscher und Slawist. Nach Feldforschungen von 1884 bis 1885 in Bosnien, Herzegowina, Slowenien, Kroatien und Dalmatien publizierte er zwei Bände südslawische Folklore und Volkserzählungen. "1908 unterstützte Krauss redaktionell die Gründung der Zeitschrift für Sexualwissenschaft, die Magnus Hirschfeld jedoch nur ein Jahr lang im Leipziger Verlag Georg H. Wigand herausgeben konnte . Krauss prägte den Begriff der Paraphilie, der Abweichung der sexuellen Präferenz." (Wikipedia).

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        History of the Twentieth Tennessee Regiment Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A

      Nashville, TN: The Publication Committee, 1904. 1st Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good. (Civil War) MCMURRAY, W.J.. History of the Twentieth Tennessee Regiment Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A.. Nashville, TN: The Publication Committee, 1904. 6 1/2 X 9 1/2 Inches. Scarce original black cloth. Slight scuffing and chip to head of spine. Includes company rosters and an extensive section of biographical sketches. VG overall.

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        IN MANY WARS BY MANY WAR CORRESPONDENTS. (Autographed by Jack London)

      (Tokyo): Tokyo Printing Company, (1904). First edition. Minor soiling to covers, but very good. Original pictorial cloth over card covers, silk tassle ties; 6.75 x 10 inches; 210 pp. Illustrated While many war correspondents were waiting in Tokio to go to the front with the Japanese army, the idea was suggested and readily taken up, that each should write a short story of one of his most interesting experiences. The entire proceeds of the sale, the authors decided, should be devoted to the 'Teikoku Gunjin Yengokwai,' association for the relief of those serving in the Army and Navy." (from the Preface). Contains a total of 49 contributions, 42 of them with the autograph of the author mounted to the page at the end of their piece. Jack London, who was in Japan covering the Russo-Japanese War war for the Hearst Newspapers, contributed - "A Camera and a Journey" - also published the same year in the San Francisco Examiner as "How Jack London Got in and out of jail in Japan." Richard Harding Davis's article "How Stephen Crane took Juana Dias" signed and inscribed "Ping Yang for the Ping Yangians." Rare. (BAL 11883)

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        Frederick W. Whitridge Archive of 22 items highlighted by his appointment by President Theodore Roosevelt to a Special Mission as representative of the United States ?upon the occasion of the wedding of King Alfonso XIII of Spain? and his 23 page detailed report on the Mission and the attempted assassination of the King and Queen on the day of their marriage

      Various, 1904-1908 On May 31, 1906, King Alfonso XIII of Spain married Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg, the only daughter of Princess Beatrice, the youngest daughter of Queen Victoria. Comprises:(1) Manuscript Document Signed ?Theodore Roosevelt? as President and ?Elihu Root? as Secretary of Stare, 1p, 10.5? x 14?. Washington, April 11, 1906. Embossed 3.5-inch diameter paper seal affixed at lower left. Bold 6-inch long presidential signature! Extra fine condition.In part, ?Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the Integrity , Prudence and Ability of Frederick W. Whitridge, of New York, I do hereby designate and appoint him Ambassador Extraordinary of the United States of America, on Special Mission as the representative of this Government upon the occasion of the wedding of King Alfonso XIII, of Spain, in June next, with all the privileges and authorities of right appertaining to this commission...?(2) Typed Letter Signed

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        Presidential Problems.

      NY, The Century Co., 1904 - NY, The Century Co., 1904, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. The book is comprised of four essays, two of which first appeared in periodicals and two were originally delievered as addresses at Princeton University, all of them were revised by Cleveland for this book, this copy is Inscribed and Signed by Cleveland in the month and year of publication ("I shall be exceedingly pleased/if the perusal of this book should be the/means of interesting even a few young men/in public questions and historical events./Princeton Oct. 19,1904/Grover Cleveland"). Very light wear, else fine in an aged and rather plain dust jacket that well-chipped at the top of the spine, although most of the book's title remains. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Coloured Conquest ---by Rata ( Australian Alternate History / Yellow Peril Related ) ( Colored )

      Sydney, Australia: N.S.W. Bookstall ( NSW / New South Wales ), 1904, 1st Edition, 1st Printing , 1904. ------------paperback, about 4.75 x 7 inches, a Good copy only, front cover is largely complete with a bit of loss along spine, front cover is detatched, no lettering on the spine, rear cover is missing, a VERY fragile item, quite rare, super cover art of a conquering Asian army, an alternate history set in 1913 speculating on the rise of the Japanese and their defeat of Australia and the rest of the world, ultimately this is a condemnation of racism and racist cultures, b&w plates, to the best of my knowledge there was no hardcover edition, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Soft Cover. Good. Illus. by Walter Jardin.

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        Tale of Two Bad Mice, The

      1904. first edition. First Edition In The Original Printed Glassine Dust JacketPOTTER, Beatrix. The Tale of Two Bad Mice. London: Frederick Warne and Co., 1904.First edition. Twelvemo (5 7/16 x 4 1/8 inches; 139 x 105 mm.). 84, [1], [1, printer’s imprint] pp. Color frontispiece and twenty-six color plates (included in pagination). Black and white vignette on title-page.Red boards, white lettered, with pictorial label in color. Short (1/4 inch) closed tear to outer margin of frontispiece. Small area of light abrasion on lower right-hand corner of front boar and some very slight rubbing to board extremities.In the original glazed paper glassine dust jacket printed in black with vertical lines at the top and bottom of the spine indicating where the fold should be for the front panel, with an advertisement on the rear panel for “The Peter Rabbit Books” listing five titles, including The Tale of Benjamin Bunny and The Tale of Two Bad Mice under “New Books for 1904,” and with advertisements on both flaps: “A Selected List of Art Picture Books for Children.” Small piece (1/2 x3/8 inch) missing at top left hand edge of jacket and small chip (3/16 x 3/16 inch) at top of jacket spine.Overall an excellent to near fine copy of this very rare title in a near fine dust jacket.Linder, p. 424. Quinby 7. V & A 1668.

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        An exceptional aeronautical relic! The Wright brothers? prop shaft oiler, which was used on the 1904 <i>Wright Flyer II</i> and the 1905 <i>Wright Flyer III</i>, the latter deemed ?the first practical airplane?

      Prop shaft oiler is approximately 4.75? long and approximately 1.5? in diameter at its widest point. On top the oiler is stamped, ?LUNKENHEIMER No. 0 SENTINEL FIG. 1300, MADE IN THE U.S.A.? Fine Condition. Although this piece of machinery was not in the first powered aircraft built by the Wrights that flew at Kitty Hawk, it was a vital part of the next two, and reflects the innovation their experiments required. The 1904 Wright Flyer II was most definitely a new and improved version of their first attempt. While it was similar in design to the original 1903 Flyer, it had a more powerful engine and used white pine instead of spruce for the frame. All-in-all the new Flyer was 200 pounds heavier than the 1903 machine. This oiler was an important addition to the Wright Flyer II and to aeronautics in general, because it was used to solve the problem of the engine overheating, thus allowing for the Wrights to begin taking longer flights. Produced by the Lunkenheimer Company

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        Monuments de Cracovie Dessines par M. et St. Cercha (M. i. St. Cerchow). Texte de Felix Kopera (Feliksa Kopery). 3 Bände.

      Krakau, W.L. Anczyca, 1904.. Mit zahlreichen Textillustrationen und 480 Tafeln mit vielen (wenigen farbigen) Abbildungen. 9 Blätter, 308 Seiten. Folio (ca. 42 x 33,5 cm). Original-Halbleder mit Rückentitel.. Umfangreiche Dokumentation vornehmlich von Epitaphen, Grabplatten, Grabmonumenten etc. für Krakauer Bürger, von der Romanik bis Barock und Rokoko. Sie ist damit nicht nur kunsthistorisch, sondern auch kultur-, familien- und stadtgeschichtlich interessant. Haupttexte polnisch, Bildunterschriften polnisch-französisch. - Deckel etwas berieben, angestaubt u. vereinzelt fleckig. Exlibris, Vortitel etwas, sonst kaum braunfleckig. - Comprehensive documentation of epitaphs, tombstones, tomb slabs and monuments etc. for citizens of Krakow (480 plates) from Romanesque to Baroque and Rokoko. Complete set in 3 volumes, published in Krakow. Not only art-historically important but also interesting in respect of cultural, family and town history. With Polish text and Polish-French legends.

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        Two Years Before The Mast

      1904. Two Years Before The Mast Illustrated by Arthur Rackham[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. DANA, R[ichard] H[enry]. Two Years Before The Mast. London and Glasgow: Collins&#39; Clear-Type Press, [September, 1904]. First edition, first issue. Octavo (7 1/8 x 4 3/4 inches; 181 x 121 mm.). 204 pp. Title-page printed in black without any mention of Arthur Rackham. Eight color plates. Original green cloth, front cover pictorially stamped in black, blue, gray and light green. Spine similarly decorated in colors and lettered in black on a gilt block and with the authors name in full. Green pictorial endpapers.Latimore and Haskell, page 23. Riall, page 57. Note: There are several bindings of this book. The one at hand seems to combine characteristics from several issues described by Latimore and Haskell. Riall mentions an earlier September 1904 issue, bound in green or pink cloth. The illustrations in the September issue have the number of the page they illustrate in the lower right-hand corner, while there are no page numbers on the plates of the December issue. Later editions have only the name "R.H. Dana" on the spine.This book has always been a bibliographic puzzle, but we are certain that this is one of the earliest printings from September 1904.We have sold (more than thirty years ago) a December 1904 copy with the "Scud" picture on the front cover and with the authors name in full on the spine BUT the title-page was printed in red and black and none of the plates had the page number in the lower right hand corner. This copy had a school prize label dated December 1904.

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        La Montagne Pelée et ses éruptions

      Masson et Cie, éditeurs 1904 - In-4. Reliure demi-chagrin vert, dos à 5 nerfs, auteur et titre dorés, 662 pp., 238 figures dans le texte, certaines à pleine page, Frontispice + 30 planches sous serpent hors texte en héliogravure. Première de couverture d&#146;origine déboîtée, premier mors interne fendillé, coiffes et coins frottés, coupes frottées, accidents au dos, trois premières pages déchirées en marge sur 3 centimètres, quelques rousseurs en fin d&#146;ouvrage, sinon bon exemplaire. in-4°

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        Tale of Peter Rabbit, The

      1904. A Fine Early &#39;Tale of Peter Rabbit&#39; In the Exceptionally Rare Printed Glassine Dust JacketPOTTER, Beatrix. The Tale of Peter Rabbit. London: Frederick Warne and Co., [n.d., April or October, 1904]. Second published edition with double page colored endpapers (i.e. seventh or eighth printing). Twelvemo (5 7/16 x 4 1/8 inches; 139 x 106 mm.). 85, [1, printer&#39;s slug] pp. Color illustrated end-papers, color frontispiece and twenty-six color illustrations. Dark green boards, white lettered, with pictorial label in color. In the original glazed paper glassine dust jacket printed in black with vertical lines at the top and bottom of the spine indicating where the fold should be for the front panel, with an advertisement on the rear panel for &#147;The Peter Rabbit Books&#148; listing five titles, including The Tale of Benjamin Bunny and The Tale of Two Bad Mice under &#147;New Books for 1904,&#148; and with advertisements on both flaps: &#147;A Selected List of Art Picture Books for Children.&#148; The top (1/2 inch) and part of the bottom (1/2 inch) of the jacket spine (including the&#39;n&#39; of the word net in the price) are missing, as well as a small piece (5/8 x 1/2 inch) missing on the top of the back panel at the spine. Overall a very bright, fine copy in a very good example of the exceptionally rare dust jacket. This printed glassine dust jacket is of the utmost rarity with only one example (on a first edition of The Tale of Two Bad Mice London, 1904), having appeared at auction over the past thirty-five years. This jacket was used for this edition of The Tale of Peter Rabbit and also The Tale of Two Bad Mice.The printing of The Tale of Peter Rabbit is a little complicated - here is fairly simple explanation:There were two &#39;Privately Printed&#39; editions which appeared in December 1901 and February 1902. They both had black and white illustrations with the exception of the frontispiece which was printed in color. The first printing (December 1901) of 250 copies in olive-green paper boards had a &#39;flat-back&#39; spine. The second printing (February 1902) of 200 copies in olive-green paper boards had a &#39;rounded&#39; spine. After that came the first of the &#39;Warne&#39; editions which had all of the illustrations in color. The first &#39;trade&#39; edition of 8,000 copies (October 1902) appeared in gray or brown paper boards; the second and third printings of 12,000 and 8,220 copies (November 1902 and December 1902) appeared in green paper boards. The fourth printing of 8,250 copies (April 1903) had the misprint "wept big tears" changed to "shed big tears" (page 51) and was also bound in green paper boards. All four of these printings had a colored frontispiece, thirty color illustrations, plain leaf-pattern end-papers and the text finished on page 97. At that time the colored pictorial end-papers were introduced and the number of color illustrations in the book was reduced from thirty to twenty-six. The pagination was also changed and the text now finished on page 85. The fifth printing of 10,000 copies (the first with a single-page end-paper design) appeared in October 1903. The sixth printing of 10,000 copies (the first with a double-page end-paper design) appeared in December 1903. The seventh and eighth printings(identical) of 10,000 and 20,000 copies with slightly changed end-paper designs appeared in April and October of 1904. &#147;The charm of The Tale of Peter Rabbit, as Beatrix Potter herself noted, derives in part from the fact that it &#145;was written to a child&#146; in the form of a letter, &#145;not made to order&#146; (Linder, p. 110). Some years later she borrowed this letter to a lame boy to use as the basis for an expanded version of Peter Rabbit&#146;s story with forty-two black-and-white illustrations, of which she had 250 copies privately printed in 1901. The following year it was published with illustrations in the three-color process printed by Edmund Evans. Its success was immense. So familiar did her animal characters become among children that Miss Potter was told how &#145;a small boy in church once inquired audibly whether the apostle was Peter Rabbit&#146; (Linder, p. 92). Her next book, The Tailor of Gloucester of 1902, also was first printed privately, but thereafter she had a large and eager audience for everything she wrote&#148; (Ray, The Illustrator and the Book in England, 331A)."After the fourth printing, the picture of Mrs. McGregor and the pie was removed, together with three other pictures including the cover picture, to make room for the new coloured pictorial endpapers..." (Linder, p. 109). "With the introduction of the coloured endpapers, four of the coloured pictures were removed to enable the printer to continue with the same imposition of the sheets" (Linder, p. 422).Quinby 2d. Linder pp. 109, 422.

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        Revue Biblique internationale. Nouvelle serie (10 cpl. annees/ 10 KOMPLETTE Jahrgänge) - 1. Annee (1904) - 10. Annee (1913)

      Librairie Lecoffre; 1904 - 1913.. je Band ca. 600 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig; Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 10 Bände/ Jahrgänge; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; FRANZÖSISCH!

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        FRENCH BOOKBINDERS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

      The Caxton Club, Chicago 1904 - 4to. half blue morocco over light blue cloth, five raised bands, ornately decorated in gilt on spine, top edge gilt and with original. 133 pages. Translated by Mabel McIlvaine. First edition, limited to 250 copies. (Mejer no.614; Brenni no.605). With six wash drawings by Paul Avril, 14 facsimile binder's labels and 20 plates of bookbindings. Divided into five chapters; the origin, first attempts at a decorative renaissance, the master binders, prices, tools, raw materials and a special chapter on the use of silk, embroidery, spangles, etc. as decoration. Bookplate of Mary Macmillin Norton. Loosely inserted is an older typescript describing this book and listing all the illustrations in it. A beautiful binding with only a slight hint of rubbing in places. half blue morocco over light blue cloth, five raised bands, ornately decorated in gilt on spine, top edge gilt and with original [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A TOPOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF VIRGINIA, PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, AND NORTH CAROLINA, REPRINTED FROM THE ORIGINAL EDITION OF 1778

      Cleveland: The Burrows Brothers Company, 1904. Limited Edition, numbered 37 or 245. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Octavo. Full bound in maroon buckram with title stamped in gold on the spine; previous owner name and date on the front free endpaper; the small ownership ticket on the front pastedown indicating this volume belong to Professor Coolie Verner of the University of Virginia; the front hinge has been tastefully mended; the rear hinge has been reinforced; the pocket holding the large folding map has been reinforced on all sides; the maps is quite lovely and roughly 3&#39; x 3&#39;; there are some closed tears where a few of the fold-lines intersect. Born in Monmouth County, N.J. in 1730, Hutchins was a military engineer and geographer-the first and only civil "Geographer of the United States." According to the Dictionary of American Biography, Hutchins was an officer of Pennsylvania colonial troops from 1757 to 1759. He served in the French and Indian War. As a military engineer, he laid out plans for military works at Fort Pitt and at Pensacola, FL. He kept journals of his travels while under military orders, and illustrated them with maps, several of which were published. But it is this present work that is among his most significant achievements. This is quite a scarce reprint of this important geological work, nearly unobtainable in the original 1778 edition. Interestingly, a memorial notice in the Gazette of the United States remarks, "His map early laid the foundation of American geography, and his services since his appointment under the United States, have been universally acknowledged?. He has measured much earth, but a small space now contains him." Even smaller is the space containing his book. Very Good binding.

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        The Coloured Conquest ---by Rata ( Australian Alternate History / Yellow Peril Related ) ( Colored )

      Sydney, Australia: N.S.W. Bookstall ( NSW / New South Wales ), 1904, 1st Edition, 1st Printing - ------------paperback, about 4.75 x 7 inches, a Good copy only, front cover is largely complete with a bit of loss along spine, front cover is detatched, no lettering on the spine, rear cover is missing, a VERY fragile item, quite rare, super cover art of a conquering Asian army, an alternate history set in 1913 speculating on the rise of the Japanese and their defeat of Australia and the rest of the world, ultimately this is a condemnation of racism and racist cultures, b&w plates, to the best of my knowledge there was no hardcover edition, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: THE PEARL AND THE PUMPKIN

      DENSLOW WW ORIGINAL ART CORN DODGER FROM PEARL AND PUMPKIN. DENSLOW, W.W.. DENSLOW,W.W.. ORIGINAL ART: THE CORN DODGER FROM "THE PEARL AND THE PUMPKIN". Offered here is the original pen and ink drawing by Denslow that appears as a chapter heading for Chapter 6 of The Pearl and the Pumpkin by Paul West, published in 1904 by Dillingham. The original is done on art paper measuring 9 1/4" wide x 12" high and is nicely framed to 14 x 16 1/2". There are pencilled production notes in margins and the piece is in Fine condition, signed by Denslow including his characteristic sea-horse. The image is the Corn Dodger, a humanized ear of corn that is wearing a crown and holding a strand of corn silk in his hand. It is much larger than it appears in the book and is a wonderful, fanciful image.

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        Schrifttafeln zur Erlernung der lateinischen Palaeographie. Begründet von Wilhelm Arndt. (1. bis 3. Heft; Mischauflage).

      Belrin, G. Grote'sche, 1904, 1906 und 1929. 2°, zus. VI, 64 S., ca. 110 lose Taf. (selten doppelblattgross), Lose (Doppel-)Blatt in (neuerer) Priv.-HLwd.-Mappe mit aufgezogenen Umschlägen der Orig.-Broschur, Bibliotheksex. (jeweils Rückenschildchen, kl. Stempel a. Vorderdeckel, Schild a. Innendeckel, Stempel a. Titelblatt); etwas fingerfleckig, einige kurze Notizen in Bleistift auf den Tafeln Preis in CHF: 495. 1. Heft: 4., erweiterte Auflage 1904; 2. Heft: 4., erweiterte Auflage 1906; 3. Heft: 3. Auflage 1929. - Michael Tangl ( 1861-1921) kärntner Historiker und Diplomatiker. Ab 1897 Prof. für historische Hilfswissenschaften und mittelalterliche Geschichte an der Berliner Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität. Arbeiten zu den fürhen Karolingern, Papstgeschichte. Als erstes umfangreiches paläografisches Tafelwerk sind die von ihm zusammen mit Wilhelm Arndt herausgegebenen "Schrifttafeln zur Erlernung der lateinischen Paläographie" in die Geschichte des Faches eingegangen.

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        Why Jesus Wept

      Privately Printed. Very Good. 1904. First Edition; First Printing. Wraps. Slight chip to head of spine&#39;s paper covering; otherwise Near Fine: an uncut copy. Includes tabbed publisher&#39;s note at pp. 76/77 to "our little-instructed surgical readers" Includes following issue points: &#39;U&#39; missing from &#39;Unique opportunity&#39; at the top of the wording facing the title page; title page printed in black and red; Philippe Renouard opposite page 80.; quarto; Additional images and further information provided upon request. .

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        Teatro (tomos 1-21)

      - Literatura española. Teatro. Siglo XX. (821.134.2-2"19") Imp. Fortanet. Madrid. 1904-1912. 19 cm. 21 tomos. Encuadernación en tapa dura de editorial en tela estampada. Benavente, Jacinto 1866-1954. 1. El nido ajeno.- Gente conocida.- El marido de la Téllez.- De alivio - 2. Don Juan.- La Farándula.- La comida de las fieras.- Teatro feminista - 3. Cuento de amor.- Operación quirúrgica.- Despedida cruel.- La Gata de Angora.- Viaje de instrucción.- Por la herida - 4. Modas.- Lo cursi.- Sin querer.- Sacrificio - 5. La Gobernadora.- El primo Román - 6. Amor de amar.- ¡Libertad!.- El tren de los maridos - 7. Alma triunfante.- El automóvil.- La noche del sábado - 8. Los favoritos.- El hombrecito.- Mademoiselle de Belle.- Isle.- Porqué de amar - 9. Al natural.- La casa de la dicha.- El dragón de fuego - 10. Richeliu.- La princesa Bebé.- No fumadores - 11. Rosas de Otoño.- Buena boda - 12. El susto de la Condesa.- Cuento moral.- La sobresalienta.- Los malhechores del bien - 13. Las cigarras hormigas.- Mas fuerte que el amor 14. Manón Lercaut [En colaboración con Alfonso Dauvila].- Los bichos.- Abuela y nieta 15. La Princesa sin corazón.- El amor asusta.- La capa encantada.- Los ojos de los muertos - 16. La historia de Otelo.- La sonrisa de Gioconda.- El último minué.- Todos somos unos.- Los intereses creados - 17. Señora ama.- El marido de su viuda.- La fuerza bruta - 18. De pequeñas causas.- Hacia la verdad.- Por las nubes.- De cerca.- ¡A ver que hace un hombre! - 19. La Escuela de las Princesas.- La señorita se aburre.- El principe que todo lo aprendió en los libros.- Ganarse la vida 20. El nietecito.- La losa de los sueños.- La Malquerida - 21. El Destino manda.- El collar de estrellas.- La verdad . Cubierta deslucida. lomo rozado en algunos volúmenes. con sello de anterior propietario . 108A [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Coloured Conquest ---by Rata ( Australian Alternate History / Yellow Peril Related ) ( Colored )

      Sydney, Australia: N.S.W. Bookstall ( NSW / New South Wales ), 1904, 1st Edition, 1st Printing , 1904. ------------paperback, about 4.75 x 7 inches, a Good copy only, front cover is largely complete with a bit of loss along spine, front cover is detatched, no lettering on the spine, rear cover is missing, a VERY fragile item, quite rare, super cover art of a conquering Asian army, an alternate history set in 1913 speculating on the rise of the Japanese and their defeat of Australia and the rest of the world, ultimately this is a condemnation of racism and racist cultures, b&w plates, to the best of my knowledge there was no hardcover edition, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Soft Cover. Good. Illus. by Walter Jardin.

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