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        The Marvelous Land of Oz. First Edition 1904 of the second Oz book.

      Chicago: The Reilly & Britton Co, 1904 - First edition, second state with “Published July, 1904” on the copyright page, square 8vo, pp. (1-4), 5-287, (1) blank, 16 color plates (all present) after paintings by John R. Neill, black & white illustrations full page & in the text. Original red pictorial cloth with design and titles in dark blue that looks black, green, & silver. One horizontal rule at the top of the spine & two at the bottom. The title on the front cover is outlined in silver. Pictorial endpapers. Good copy case tightened & with repair to joints, some wear to edges, corners & extremities. Sheets & plates very good with a bit of fore edge fray to the title & and occasional minor smudge. Hanff, Greene, Martin, Greene & Haff, state 2 in binding B, pp. 46-47. H6949 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Marvelous Land of Oz

      The Reilly & Britton Co., Chicago 1904 - First Edition, second printing. Published July, 1904 (stated). Red pictorial boards, silver trim to the black title letters, black, blue, green and silver pictorial design to front cover, black and green to spine, black to back cover. 16 color plates (including Frontis) and black and white line drawings throughout by John R. Neill. 287 pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Peinture originale à la gouache ( portrait de jeune fille ) par Paul Pujol.

      Livre ayant appartenu à une ou un inconnu contenant de très nombreux hommages & textes manuscrits, ainsi que des peintures ou aquarelles originales, réalisés entre 1904 & 1909. In-12 relié plein basane vert au format 13 x 18,5 cm. De nombreuses pages sont restées vierges. Cet ouvrage unique, trouvé à Toulouse chez un librairie, comporte en première page, un magnifique portrait de jeune fille, à la gouache par Paul Pujol ( signé en bas à droite ). Ce dernier, peintre & architecte, réalisa le plafond de la salle des illustres au Capitole de Toulouse. Frottis sur le cuir. Très bel état. Rare.Port gratuit pour la France ( En raison des nouvelles normes postales, les livres dont l'épaisseur dépasse les 3 cm seront expédiés obligatoirement en Colissimo avec un forfait ajouté de 5 € ) Port à la charge de l'Acheteur pour le reste du monde. Pour destinations extra-planétaire s'adresser à la NASA. Membre du Syndicat Lusitanien Amateurs Morues - Vente exclusivement par correspondance ! Le libraire ne reçoit que sur rendez-vous. Il est préférable de téléphoner avant tout déplacement.

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        L'EXPOSITION DES ARTS PRIMITIFS FRANCAIS .

      1904 . Gazette des Bx Arts , In 8° relié plein veau havane .Dos à nerfs orné de motifs estampés à froid .Plats ornés d'un important décor estampé à froid avec motifs fleurdelysés au centre .Tête dorée .Couv.conservées .116 pp.Nbr.ill.en noir in et H.T. Belle reliure signée de De Samblanx et Weckesser .Ex-Libris Georges Montandon .

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        Molly Bawn.

      London: George Newnes Limited,, [1904]. Octavo. Original printed pictorial wraps, advertisement endpapers. Housed in brown slipcase and matching chemise. black and white illustrations by Rackham. Splitting along spine which has had tape put to ends of spines, else an excellent copy. First edition featuring Rackham's illustrations, with correct issue point of the misspelling of Rackham's name on the title page and correct number of ads. An extremely uncommon Rackham title that was not recorded in Latimore and Haskell. OCLC locates six institutional holdings ( Cambridge University, Oxford University, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Centrale Bibliotheek, Bishop Grosseteste University, Erasmus University).

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        Original ink drawing of a dog.

      [c.1899-1904] - Excellent condition. Ink over pencil on paper. Sheet size: 14.9 x 13.5 cm. An original ink drawing by Rackham, depicting a barking dog.

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        CAMERA WORK ISSUE NUMBER VI

      NY: Camera Work, 1904. First edition. Coburn, Alvin Langdon. 4to., 56 pp., 6 hand-pulled photogravures, 1 color halftone reproduction, 1 duotone, 2 b&w halftones, (18) pp. adverts. Printed wrappers, yapped edges, chipped and worn, lacking spine, wrappers detached. The photogravures are in excellent condition. Five photogravures and one color halftone by Alvin Langdon Coburn; two halftones by Will A. Cadby; one photogravure by W.B. Post.

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        La Chanson des mois.

      Reims L. Michaud 1904In-folio, (40 ff.). Montés sur onglets, sous cartonnage à la bradel recouvert de soie brochée orange et dorée, dos lisse, non rogné. Luxueuse publication célébrant les mois, illustrée à chaque page d'une aquarelle de Maurice Leloir reproduite en héliogravure et mise en couleur par A. et E. Charpentier. Tirage à 165 exemplaires numérotés et signés par Maurice Leloir, celui-ci étant l'un des 150 sur vélin d'Arches avec la suite des 40 aquarelles gravées sur bois et tirées sur chine avant la lettre. Dos manquant, coins usés. photographies et détails à la demande.

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        Traité sur les Éléphants. Leurs soins habituels et leur traitement dans les maladies.

      Paris, Librairie C. Reinwald. Schleicher Freses., 1904. XIII, 346 S. 1 Bl. Gr.-8° Originalleinenwand. Seltenes Standardwerk zu Elephanten. Wohlerhaltenes Bibliotheksexemplar mit einigen Stempeln, teilweise unaufgeschnitten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        NUEVAS ARTES AGRUPACION EXCURSIONISTA 1904-1908

      Imprenta Maguncia - Barcelona. 1904-1908. 26x17. Tela. 39 revistas. Agrupación Excursionista la Sociedad Nuevas Artes, dicho Centro fue iniciado en 1904 editando sus revistas hasta 1908 con un total de 39 revistas las que ofrecemos aquí en Obra Completa con muchísimas firmas manuscritas de los mismos excursionistas. Raríssima y desconocida Obra. Ref 1.4 Biblioteca A. Language: eng [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cuentos de invierno - Clemencia

      Librería de la Vda de C. Bouret, México 1904 - Empastado tipo holandesa con desgaste por el tiempo, contiene en el lomo papel con número de serie del antiguo dueño adherida con cinta adhesiva, en el lomo el título no se aprecia por el leve desgaste que presenta, canto superior en dorado con algunas manchas de tinta azul no afecta texto, en primer página contiene un número con pluma negra no afecta texto, de la página 129- 146 se encuentra desprendiendo pero se encuentran completas las hojas, contienen abundantes ilustraciones. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Musical Quotation

      - A very picturesque AMQS from the Romantic Norwegian composer, who has penned two bars of a theme in F-sharp minor and signed boldly on a postcard showing a Norwegian fjord. On the verso, the postcard is addressed to the Argentinian collector, Ramona Imaz Otaño, and postmarked December 12, 1904 [?] with the original Norwegian stamp. In very fine condition. 5.5 x 3.5 inches (13.9 x 9.1 cm).

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        versch. Häusern, z.B. Schulhaus an der Ridlerstraße, Zentralfortbildungsschule an der Liebherrstraße, Schulhaus an der Flustraße, städt. Zentralfeuerhaus an der Blumenstraße, äußere Maximiliansbrücke, Wittelsbacherbrücke, Brause- und Wannenband an

      der Pilgersheimerstraße); 2. Die Erhebung der Wohnverhältnisse in der Stadt München 1904-1907. 1. Teil: Die Altstadt (Lindauer'sche Buchhandlung, München 1906; 30 Seiten, eine Karte); 3: dito, II. Teil, Der X., XI. und XII. Stadtbezirk (1906, 30 - Seiten, eine ausklappbare Karte); 4. III. Teil, Das Ostend (XIV-XVIII Stadtbezirk) (1906, 34 Seiten, eine ausklappbare Karte); 5. IV. Teil, Die Stadtbezirke V-IX und XIII (1907, 31 Seiten, eine auklappb. Karte); 6. V. Teil, Das Westend (XIX -XXIV . Stadtbezirk) (1910, 30 Seiten); 7. VI Teil, Gesamtergebnis (1910, 30 Seiten, eine ausklappbare Karte - 2-7 in der Reihe "Mittheilungen des Statistischen Amtes der Stadt München", Band XX Heft 1, Teile 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6). 8. Grundsteinlegung zum Deutschen Museum (12 Seiten, s-w-Abb., keinerlei Titelbild); 9. 1864 / 1924. 60 Jahre Konsum-Verein München von 1864 (44 Seiten, vorderer Teil des Kartoneinbandes eingebunden, s-w-Abb., Annoncen); 10. Erinnerungsblätter der Pfarrgemeinde St. Franziskus in München Untergiesing zur Konsekration der St.-Franziskus-Jubiläumskirche (München 1926, 18 Seiten); Stempel auf Einbandinnenseite, handschr. Inhaltsregister auf vord. Vorsatz; sonst schön [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Monsieur de Clérambon.

      Paris, Bibliothèque Charpentier, 1904 ; in-12 de xv-372 pp., maroquin bleu marine, plat orné de deux filets dorés avec un riche décor aux angles de petits fers pointillés et de petits points dorés, dos à nerfs très finement orné des mêmes fers, date en queue, tranches dorées sur témoins, plats doublés de maroquin rouge encadrés de deux double filets contenant des fers répétés en encadrement, garde de moire rouge, couverture et dos, étui (Semet & Plumelle). Edition originale très rare. Ce roman dont laction se déroule au XVI siècle est le principal titre de Maindron à la renommée et à la postérité. Un des 15 exemplaires imprimés sur papier de Hollande (n°10). Parfait exemplaire, conservé dans un luxueux maroquin décoré et doublé de Semet et Plumelle.- Ex-libris Alexandre Daniel.

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        Folâtreries beaujoloises.

      A tort et à travers. P., Ollendorff, 1904, in-8, maroquin citron, dos à faux-nerfs orné d'une branche fleurie mosaïquée, reprise sur les plats, légèrement différente ; sur celle du plat sup. est perché un chardonneret, bordures int. mosaïquée de liserons de diverses teintes, doublées de maroquin vieux rose, avec branche d'orchidée mosaïquée, gardes de soie brochée à motifs de fleurs, coiffes guillochées, double filet doré sur les coupes, tête dorée, non rogné, couv. ill . et dos. cons. (rel. de l'ép.), XIV-287-(2) pp. (M.41) Édition originale. Préface de Jules Claretie. Exemplaire unique (?) surjapon. Carlochristi est le pseudonyme d'Arthur Christian, auteur d'excellents ouvrages sur les origines de l'imprime rie et le Paris d'autrefois. Reliés en tête : une lettre autographe, signée de Jules Claretie, ainsi que le manuscrit autographe, signé, de la préface ; 7 pages in-8, avec variantes. Ex-libris de l'auteur : bibliothèque Arthur Christian. Exemplaire dans une belle reliure mosaïquée.

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        The Story of a Troll-Hunt.

      Cambridge: Printed at the University Press, 1904 - Quarto. Original vellum backed grey boards, lettered in black on front cover. Spotting to vellum spine, light rubbing to corners, light off setting to endpapers. A very good copy. Illustrated throughout by James McBryde. First edition, first impression, of a putative edition of 100 copies and decidedly uncommon: Copac lists only three locations in British and Irish institutional libraries (BL, V&A, Cambridge), OCLC adds just five more. "James McBryde was a student and friend of M. R. James (MRJ). He came up to King's[Cambridge] in 1893 to read Natural Sciences. Although McBryde was 10 years younger than MRJ the pair became firm friends. McBryde joined MRJ's bookish circle and was one of the select few who heard MRJ's ghost stories by the light of a candle in a draughty set of rooms at King's. The friendship between the two men outlived McBryde's Cambridge career and between 1899 and 1901 they travelled each year to Denmark and Sweden. These adventures would later inspire two of MRJ's ghost stories ('No. 13' and 'Count Magnus') and McBryde's children's book The Story of the Troll-Hunt. The story told of three Cambridge men who travelled to Jutland to hunt monsters to bring back to the Fitzwilliam Museum - MRJ was the Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum from 1893 to 1908. McBryde and his wife Gwendolyn settled in London in 1904 when McBryde enrolled at the Slade School of Art. Shortly after beginning his art studies, MRJ approached him with the idea of illustrating his ghost stories. McBryde, already familiar with the stories, welcomed the opportunity. Sadly. McBryde died a month later of complications following an appendix operation. It has been suggested the McBryde was the love of MRJ's life. MRJ is known to have picked flowers from the Fellows Garden at King's and travelled up with them on the train to McBryde's funeral in Lancashire where he tossed them into his friend's grave. After McBryde's death, MRJ arranged for the publication of The Story of a Troll-Hunt with Cambridge University Press and wrote an introduction for the volume. One of its illustrations is a cartoon of MRJ, James McBryde and William Johnson Stone sitting on a bench on the Backs plotting their adventure. MRJ was named legal guardian of McBryde's daughter Jane who was born six months after her father's death. MRJ, the consummate Victorian bachelor, maintained a lifelong friendship with McBryde's widow Gwendolyn and his daughter Jane. The two women became a surrogate family for him" (King's College, Cambridge online). Locke, Spectrum of Fantasy, I p. 145. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [Binding, Fine- Zaehnsdorf] A Heifer of the Dawn

      London: James Parker and Co., 1904. First edition. Sumptuously bound by Zahensdorf in 1904, signed with gilt bookbinder's pallete on lower front dentelle: "Bound by Zaehnsdorf 1904," and further with the Zaehnsdorf "Exhibition" seal stamped into the lower portion of the rear silk pastedown. A magnificent period binding by Zaehnsdorf in rich full dark blue crushed morocco with very elaborate stippled gilt pattern forming a weaving and swirling pattern on all four corners and extending well towards the center of the covers, with two crown devices pointing in at each corner, and with four stylized clover motifs inlaid in red morocco at each corner. Five raised bands with four heavily gilt and two left for lettering, side edges gilt, attractive gilt stipple design is carried onto dentelles, rich blue silk endsheets and pastedowns. Top edges gilt, others uncut. Extremely fine with no signs of any wear. A remarkable survival and extremely interesting pairing of binding and book: Bain was an oddball history professor who wrote a number of allegorical books (similar to this one) in which he claimed to have been the translator, but after most had been published, it finally became clear he was not the translator, but actually the author.

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        [Binding, Fine- Zaehnsdorf] A Heifer of the Dawn

      London: James Parker and Co., 1904. First edition. Sumptuously bound by Zahensdorf in 1904, signed with gilt bookbinder's pallete on lower front dentelle: "Bound by Zaehnsdorf 1904," and further with the Zaehnsdorf "Exhibition" seal stamped into the lower portion of the rear silk pastedown. A magnificent period binding by Zaehnsdorf in rich full dark blue crushed morocco with very elaborate stippled gilt pattern forming a weaving and swirling pattern on all four corners and extending well towards the center of the covers, with two crown devices pointing in at each corner, and with four stylized clover motifs inlaid in red morocco at each corner. Five raised bands with four heavily gilt and two left for lettering, side edges gilt, attractive gilt stipple design is carried onto dentelles, rich blue silk endsheets and pastedowns. Top edges gilt, others uncut. Extremely fine with no signs of any wear. A remarkable survival and extremely interesting pairing of binding and book: Bain was an oddball history professor who wrote a number of allegorical books (similar to this one) in which he claimed to have been the translator, but after most had been published, it finally became clear he was not the translator, but actually the author.

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        Eigenh. Begleitschreiben mit U. Fontainebleau, 27. VII. 1904.

      1904. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Kl.-8vo. An den Wiener Verleger Fritz Freund (1879-1950): "An den 'Wiener Verlag', Wien. Sehr geehrter Herr, erlaube mir mein beifolgendes Manuskript die 'Ammenballade' dem Wiener Verlag zu senden. Es ist ein humoristisches Buch und ich glaube, dass es Ihren Beifall finden wird [...]". - Die "Ammenballade" ("Acht Liebes-Abenteuer, gedichtet von acht Ammen am Sarge des Herrn Hein") sollte erst 1907 im Münchner Verlag Bonsels eine Heimat finden (WG² 11). Vom finanziellen Mißerfolg des Werks, "einem Buch, das im Moritatenstil allerlei geheimnisvolle Seelenerlebnisse abwandelte", erzählt Erich Mühsam in seinen "Unpolitischen Erinnerungen" (Vossische Zeitung, 1928). - Gelocht; am Briefkopf hs. Empfängervermerk "ablegen".

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        ERDGLOBUS FÜR DEN WELTVERKEHR im Verhältniss 1:16'500'00- Entworfen von Heinrich Kiepert (1818-1899). Mit Korrectionen und Nachträgen. Farblith. Kartenbild, mit Höhendarstellung in brauner Schummerung; Meeresströmungen, Treibeisgrenzen; die für den Weltverkehr wichtigen Eisenbahn- und Dampfschifflinien; Telegrafen- und Kabellinien; Kohlenstationen für Dampfer; überseeische Hafenplätze mit Reparaturvorrichtungen etc. Diameter 80cm; Gesamthöhe (inkl. Sockel) 145cm. Montiert auf massivem dreifüssigem Holzgestell mit eingebautem Kompass im Fusssockel und montiertem, aufklappbarem Breitengradmesser aus Holz.

      Berlin, Dietrich Reimer (Ernst Vohsen) 1904. - Der grösste je im Verlag von Dietrich Reimer erschienene Erdglobus. - Dieser sehr grosse Globus stellt eine der bedeutenden Entwicklungen in der Globenproduktion dar. Das physisch-geographische Kartenbild ist mit brauner Höhenschummerung versehen. Die überregional wichtigen Eisenbahnlinien, das überseeische Kabelnetz, Dampferrouten mit Entfernungsangaben, Meeresströmungen und Treibeisgrenzen für die Schifffahrt sind auf dem Globus markiert. Im Bereich der Antarktis finden sich Hinweise auf Forschungsreisen. - Der Reimer-Verlag entsprach mit diesem erstmals 1896 veröffentlichten "Erdglobus für den Weltverkehr" dem allgemeinen Interesse der Öffentlichkeit an Welthandel und Weltverkehr im ausgehenden 19. und zu Beginn des 20. Jhs. Je nach Ausstattung kostete der Globus zwischen 100 bis 340 Reichsmark (vgl. Muris/Saarmann). Der erste Erdglobus mit 80cm Durchmesser wurde vom Reimer-Verlag zuerst 1886 ausgeliefert, Kieperts erster Entwurf dafür geht aber auf das Jahr 1859 zurück. Andere Verlage folgten erst weit nach 1900 mit eigenen Weltverkehrsgloben. Ein Exemplar des vorliegenden "Erdglobus für den Weltverkehr" findet sich (datiert "um 1905") im Institut für geographische Wissenschaften der Freien Universität Berlin; die grosse Globensammlung der Oesterreichischen Nationalbibliothek weist kein Exemplar dieses aufschlussreichen Globus auf. - Die Metallkugel mit 1 Delle (26 x 9cm), 1 Fehlstelle (ca. 12 x 12cm) im Bereich Südafrika handschr. ergänzt, 1 Einriss (20cm) mit 2 kleinen Fehlstellen (je 8mm), 4 weitere kleinere Einrisse, diese fachmännisch geklebt. Stellenweise leicht berieben und minimal fleckig. - Das Holzgestell ist sehr fragil. Der Globus kann, wenn er auf dem Gestell steht, nicht mehr bewegt werden. Allenfalls müsste das Gestell von einem Schreiner restauriert werden. - Bibliographie: L. Zögner "Antike Welten. Neue Regionen". Heinrich Kiepert (1999), S. 145: Muris/Saarmann "Der Globus im Wandel der Zeiten (1961), S. 242; E. Dekker/P. van der Krogt "Globes from the Western World" (1993), Abb. 74-75. - Transportkosten gehen zu Lasten des Käufers. Lang de

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        Two Years Before the Mast. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.

      London and Glasgow: Collins' Clear-Type Press, [1904] - Octavo. Original pictorial red cloth, titles to spine in black on gilt background, pictorial images stamped to spine and front cover in black, blue and white. Pages toned with light spotting, sticker to front pastedown, a touch of rubbing to illustration to the front board. An excellent copy. Colour frontispiece and 7 colour plates by Rackham. First edition, first impression. A stunning copy of this book which was produced cheaply and most often seen in a tired state. Latimore & Haskell pp. 23-24; Riall p. 57. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Where Flies the Flag. With Six Coloured Illustrations by Arthur Rackham.

      London, Glasgow, and New York: Collins' Clear-Type Press, [1904] - Octavo. Original pictorial red cloth, titles to spine red on gilt background, titles to front cover gilt, pictorial image stamped to front cover and spine in blue, black and tan, red endpapers. Several names to the half title, embossed stamp to front endpaper, loss of paper to front pastedown, boards lightly bowed, touch of soiling to rear cover. Colour frontispiece and 5 colour illustrations by Rackham. First edition, first impression in the variant red cloth. Riall p. 59, not in Latimore & Haskell. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        THEATRE: A. L'illustration - supplément B. L'Illustration théâtrale Petite Illustration

      Les trois éditions reliées ensemble en 19 volumes folio, reliure 1/2 basane usée, 8 dos avec traces de brulures, intérieur correct. A. L'illustration - supplément, 44 numéros: 2958, 2960, 2961, 2964, 2972, 2978. 3013-4-6-7-8, 3021-3-6-9, 3038. 3060-7-8, 3070-7, 3089. 3117,2119, 2122-3-8-9. 3153, 3169, 2070-4-6-7. 3187, 2189, 3193-5. 3204, 3217,3018, 3221-4. B. L'Illustration théâtrale Numéros 1 au 234. Du 17/12/1904 au 22/2/1913 Petite IllustrationNuméros 1 au 43. Du 8/3/1913 au 1/8/1914

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        Lexikon der gesamten Technik und ihrer Hilfswissenschaften (8 Bde. u. 2 Ergänzungsbde.).

      Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1904 4°, ca. 8000 S., unzähl. Abb., HLdr., goldgeprägt., Min. berieben, 2 Kapitale wenig eingerissen, einige Deckel min. fleckig, insgesamt schönes Exemplar. Zweiter. vollständig neu bearbeitete Auflage. Bd. I: A bis Biegung; Bd. II: Biegungsachse bis Dollieren; Bd. III: Dolomit bis Feuerturm; Bd. IV: Feuerungsanlagen bis Haustelegraphen; Bd. V: Haustenne bis Kupplungen; Bd. VI: Kupplungen bis Papierfabrikation; Bd. VII: Papierfärberei bis Schwefelsäure; Bd. VIII: Schwefelsäuresalze bis Zytase. Un d 2 Ergänzungsbde. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Technik

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        Empire Ottoman [ Carte de l'Asie Mineure - 1904 ]

      Maison Andriveau-Goujon, Henry Barrière, 1904. Carte entoilée en couleur au format 94 x 68 cm, échelle 1 : 3500000, Maison Andriveau-Goujon, Henry Barrère, Paris, 1904 (mention rev. 1904), carte n° 15, atlas usuel n° 21 ; atlas universel n° 34, gravé : le trait par Smith, la topographie par Gérin, les Ecritures par Rousset, les Eaux par Mme Fontaine Belle grande carte entoilée de l'Empire ottoman (petites usures aux pliures, une petite annotation marginale). Français

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1904 - 1904 Original Hardback Wisden.

      Hi, Here we have a rare 1904 Original Hardback Wisden, in Good Condition. The 9th Wisden Hardback. The lettering (gilt) is bright and strong to the front, the spine lettering has been restored and hence bright and. The boards are very good, odd small mark. The hinges have been repaired by a previous owner from their apperance. The yellow inside pages are very bright and next pages are blank before the bright and white pages that follow. Light foxing and an excellent photoplate. A rare Wisden.

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        The Brown Fairy Book

      First Edition 8vo Brown cloth gilt Pictorial design of fairies and elves in gilt on front board and spine Pictorial fairy endpaper designs in silver 8 colour plates and numerous b/w illustrations by H J Ford A UNIQUE oopy with the front cover and the spine of the very rare original dustwrapper tipped-in on a blank and half-title Small cutting from newspaper announcing the book's publication is on ffep AEG Fine copy Dustwrappers to the coloured fairy books are extremely rare and it is not know whether there is an extant copy of each of them It is thought that this copy and others in the same series which were purchased with it belonged to someone connected with the firm of Longman's

      [Bookseller: Jean Hedger]
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        Forschungsreise durch Süd-Schoa, Galla und die Somali-Länder

      Berlin Gesellschaft für Erdkunde in Berlin, 1904 - 743 S. Beiträge zur Vogelfauna mit Berücksichtigung der Zoogeographie I. Band: Bericht über die Expedition in Nordost-Afrika 1899-1901. Mit 14 s/w Abbildungen nach Aufnahmen d. Verfassers. Zoogeographie und Ornithologie von Abessinien, Galla- und Somali-Ländern. Mit einer farbl. Karte. Beiträge zur Vogelfauna Nordost-Afrika mit Berücksichtigung der Zoogeographie. Mit 19 Tafeln in Farbendruck, 244 S. Bd. II: Beiträge zur Vogelfauna Nordost-Afrikas, Kartenmappe, enthaltend die 4 Karten. Natatores, Grallotores, Gressores, Columbae, Rasores. Tafel I-VIII (farbl.), 499 S. Mit einem s/w Porträt des Autors vor dem Tit. Die Titel sind beschnitten und rep. Die ehemaligen Bibliothekseintragungen wurden ausgeschnitten und mit Papier repariert. Die Buchrücken haben Klebereste eines ehem. Signaturaufklebers. Die Buchrücken sind leicht berieben und sind etw. lichtrandig. Die Buchecken sind mehr oder weniger bestoßen und teilweise etwas lädiert. Die Ecken der S. haben im vorderen Teil kl. Randbestoßungen u. sind etw. knickspurig, besonders bei Bd. II. Einige Blätter sind in den Randbereichen leicht nachgedunkelt. Die Kartentasche ist seitl. beschädigt. Sonst gute Exemplare. sehr guter Zustand Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1700 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Boller]
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        THE WORKS OF MATTHEW ARNOLD Edition De Luxe in 15 Volumes

      Macmillan and Co. [&] Smith Elder and Co., 1903 - 1904. - Limited edn (775). 15 vols. Tall 8vo. Original uniform blue cloth with elaborate gilt decorated spines and monograms on upper boards (spines lightly sunned and upper board of vol VI rather faded - otherwise a bright VG set). Pp. various, illus with b&w portrait frontispiece with tissue-guard in vol I (some light spotting on fore-edges; previous owner's bookplate on front paste-downs; no inscriptions). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rothwell & Dunworth (ABA, ILAB)]
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        Queensland.

      London: Edward Stanford 1904 - (68 x 55 cm). Printed colour folding map of Queensland, Australia. The map printed on paper, dissected into twenty sections and backed onto linen. Folds between red cloth boards. Publisher's label to upper cover, publisher's advertisements to inside of upper cover and folded end section. Spine sunned, a little soiled on verso, with some spotting showing on recto particularly at the top left and bottom right corners. Else good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Robert Frew Ltd. ABA ILAB]
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        THE SEA-WOLF

      1904. With Illustrations by W. J. Aylward. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1904. 3 pp undated ads. Original blue cloth pictorially decorated in dark blue, red and white. First Edition of Jack London's great maritime tale, in emulation of Joseph Conrad: in need of the taste of salt air to stimulate him, London wrote most of the book perched on the hatch of his sloop as it sat at anchor. The book consists of three sub-plots, all quite pertinent to London's life at the time. In the first, similar to Kipling's CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS, Van Weyden is forced by necessity into becoming a rough sailor -- much as Jack had done on board the "Sophia Sutherland" when he had gone on a sealing voyage at age seventeen. In the second, Van Weyden and Wolf Larsen carry their love-hate relationship to a fight to the death -- just as Jack was "confessing to George Sterling his man's love of the poet's beauty." And in the third, Van Weyden begins a relationship with the castaway Maud Brewster -- at the time when Jack found Charmian Kittredge.~The creation of the character of Larsen, blended from Melville's Ahab, Milton's Lucifer, and an actual seal-poacher called Alexander McLean, was a triumph that could call forth praise even from Ambrose Bierce. Larsen also seemed to be a version of Nietzsche's Superman... Only after the book was completed did Jack begin to read the new translations of Nietzsche and to recognize an explanation for his own "long sickness"... [quotes from Sinclair]~Macmillan was so excited about this book that it produced a first edition of 63,337 copies, of which 40,000 were sold before its release. Although the book was indeed a huge success, it did little to pull its author out of his "long sickness."~The spine lettering of this copy is in white, like most copies (a minority has gilt there, though any priority is unknown). It is a bright copy, fine except for very slight rubbing mainly at the extremities. Though not a scarce book, fine copies are not easy to find. Sisson & Martens p. 20; Blanck 11882.

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman]
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        PUSS IN BOOTS.. Stump Books for Children

      London, Anthony Treherne & Co.; New York, H.B. Claflin Co., 1904.. FIRST EDITION 1904, oblong format miniature book, approximately 44 x 152 mm, 1¾ x 6 inches (cover size), buff cloth illustrated in colour, red lettered, top edges red, no pagination (33 thick leaves printed 1 side only). Small bone closure on thin strip of cloth tucks into tiny loop on upper cover. Black and white title illustration and 16 wonderful colour plates each facing page of prose text. Final plate is rear pastedown, front pastedown is blank. A couple of tiny pale marks to lower cover, no inscriptions, a few inner joints cracked and expertly reglued, binding tight and firm, contents very nice. A crisp clean near Fine copy of scarce Wain miniature. I location only in UK. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Royal Doulton Potteries. Catalogue of fitted sanitary appliances. Catalogue from January 1904, Section 38.

      Doulton & Co, Sanitary Engineers 1904 - Mit einer schwarz-weißen Frontispiztafel * View of the works at Albert Embarkment, Lambeth, London *, mit XVI Seiten ( Inhaltsverzeichnis ), 429 Seiten mit überaus zahlreichen schwarz-weißen Abbildungen und Illustrationen. Der Band gliedert sich in Closet-Section / Bath Section including Lavatories / Urinal-Section / Sink Section / Manhole Cover, Automatic Tank and flushing Syphon Section. Abgebildet und beschrieben werden weit über 1000 Sanitäreinrichtungen von Toiletten über Duschen zu Badewannen, Waschbecken, Armaturen, Gerätschaften etc. Oln, 8° ( 20,5 x 13,5 cm ). Leider insbesondere der Einband von schlechter Erhaltung: Berieben, stark fleckig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, der schmale Einbandrücken mit einem Loch im oberen Bereich, Bindung defekt, Buchblock stark gelockert ( Vorderdeckel fast lose ),.Buchdeckel durch Feuchtigkeitseinwirkung schimmelfleckig. Innen vorn mit einem montierten Blatt * Errata *, dies mit starken Randläsionen. Seiten teils etwas fleckig, teils leicht durch Feuchtigkeitseinwirkung gewellt, Buchblock fast lose, Seiten teils stark gelockert, einige Seiten angeknickt. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 700 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        IN ANIMAL LAND

      - (WAIN,LOUIS)illus. IN ANIMAL LAND with Louis Wain. London: S.W. Partridge, no date [1904]. 4to, 8 x 10 1/4", pictorial boards, edges, and tips worn, fragile paper spine intact but has wear, actually a VG+ copy. There are a host of humanized animals (predominantly cats) with stories or verses by Wain. Featuring fabulous color cover, color frontis and a profusion of great black and white drawings on every page. Bound in is a color pictorial postcard sized ad for Sunlight soap. Quite scarce, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        Il furetto. Allevamento razionale - Ammaestramento - Utilizzazione per la caccia - Malattie.

      Milano, Hoepli, 1904, 16¡ copertina originale illustrata (un p? lisa con lÕimmagine lievemente scolorita) tagli rossi, pp. XII-172 + pp. 64 (elenco degli 800 manuali Hoepli) con 39 inc. n.t. Prima edizione di uno dei pi rari e ricercati manuali.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Piani già' Naturalistica snc]
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        The Writings

      Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1904. Leather_bound. Twelve volumes. Octavo. The Complete Writings of Henry Wadsworth Longefellow, The Edition De Luxe is limited to seven hundred and fifty copies which this is number 245, with color portrait illustrations to frontispiece and title tissue guard, others with black and white photogravures plates. Binding in three quarter red morocco over marbled board, top edge gilt, spine in five compartment between raised bands, gilt decoration of floral motif, gilt title, marbled endpaper. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Imperial Fine Books]
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        The Tables of the Law and The Adoration of the Magi

      London: Elkin Mathews, 1904. First Edition, Deluxe Issue. Hardcover. Very Good. 60 + 4 pp ads. First published edition, one of an unspecified number of copies in the deluxe issue, bound in quarter buff linen cloth and blue-grey paper over boards (Wade 25). Very Good. Small damp stain at head. Covers darkened with age and lightly marked and soiled; small nick to edge of boards. Crease to bottom corner of title page. Pages lightly toned and dust soiled; slightly exposed hinge toward center of text block though binding remains solid. Printed on slightly thicker paper than the wraps issue, and also far more uncommon.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Primulas musicalas. Compositiuns da Albert Corradini. Illustraziuns da Giov(anni) Giacometti.

      Institut Polygrafic, Zürich 1904 - Zürich, Institut Polygrafic, (1904). Gr.-4°. 53 S. Steife Original-Broschur mit Dekor von Giovanni Giacometti. "Ediziun da 500 Exemplars vendüda a total benefizi del Ospital d'Engadina Bassa in Scuol". Enthält 23 Lieder für Solo und Klavier, Frauen- oder Männerchor, Klavier allein oder mit Sopran Solo. Korrektur der Musik von Richard Lanicca, Bern. Die Texte auf Deutsch, Romantsch oder Italienisch stammen von C. F. Caderas, P. Bezzola, J. Bazell u.a. Auf dem Umschlag die Notiz "In memoriam" (des Komponisten). Jedes Lied ist mit einer Illustration oder einem verzierten Titel von Giacometti (1868-1933) geschmückt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz AG]
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        The Golden Treasury; Second Series

      Macmillan and Co., London 1904 - 12mo. Superb intricate and finely tooled binding by RAMAGE on full olive green crushed morocco with central wheel pattern with spokes ending in stylized blossoms, florets and stipples covering nearly the entire surface of the book, both covers and spine. Large inner dentelles with different gilt stippled and wave pattern, beige silk moire endpapers and doublures, all edges gilt. Margins of spine slightly rubbed, else fine. A magnificent and surely representative Ramage binding.

      [Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books]
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        Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, ubi humana omnia non nisi somnium esse ostendit, atque obiter plurima scitu sanequam digna commemorat

      London: Methuen, 1904. Modern fine press edition of Francesco Colonna's 1499 Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, originally published in Venice by Aldus Manutius, often considered the most beautiful book of the Italian Renaissance. The convoluted narrative, "the strife of love in a dream," follows Poliphilo in pursuit of his beloved Polia, a quest that forces him through a series of allegorical landscapes and trials, ending only when he awakes. The book's fame rests on its extraordinary woodcuts, precise and dreamlike, which influenced generations of artists. The Hypnerotomachia served as a source book of Renaissance imagery, a detailed architectural record, and a showcase for Aldus's typographic and compositional virtuosity, featuring Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic types, and even hieroglyphics. (The iconic woodcut of the elephant and obelisk made its way to Salvador Dalí by way of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.) This 1904 Methuen edition is a page-for-page facsimile of the 1499 Aldine first edition. From the library of illustrator Pickford Waller, with an extraordinary 1921 bookplate by Austin Osman Spare, the English artist and occultist "popularly compared at different times with Beardsley, Albrecht Dürer, William Blake, Michelangelo, and Rembrandt," and condemned as "a black magician" by Aleister Crowley himself (DNB). A fine copy, handsomely bound by Philip Dusel. Folio, modern full brick morocco, spine lettered and ruled in gilt, text block uncut. Facsimile of the 1499 Aldine first edition, including the 172 original woodcuts by an unknown hand; additional paper spine label tipped in. Two extra leaves laid in, including the uncensored Priapus plate. Bookplate of Pickford Waller, featuring a nude figure, designed by Austin Osman Spare.

      [Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers ]
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