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        Les écrits et les dessins dans les maladies nerveuses et mentales (essai clinique).

      Paris, Masson et Cie, 1905 - Paris, Masson et Cie, 1905 ; 1 vol. in-8 (22 x 15 cm), X, 306, (1) pp., 232 figures dans le texte ; demi-basane verte de l'époque, dos lisse orné au chiffre P.S. gravé en queue, dos uniformément insolé, coiffes frottées et petite épidermure en tête du plat supérieur, mors fendus en tête et en queue, bord des feuillets légèrement bruni, assez bon état. Édition originale très rare de ce livre novateur. C'est l'un des deux ouvrages précurseurs sur le sujet, avec celui de Marcel Réja -pseudonyme de Paul Meunier- (Brenot, Le génie et la folie en peinture, musique, littérature, p. 160). Il est bien antérieur à à la publication (en 1922) du célèbre livre de Hans Prinzhorn. Il est divisé en trois parties : considérations générales sur les écrits pathologiques ; les écrits dans les diverses maladies nerveuses et mentales ; les dessins. Joseph Rogues de Fursac (1872-1942) fut médecin adjoint à Clermont de l'Oise puis à l'hôpital militaire de Ville-Evrard. Il est considéré, notamment par Biéder (Dictionnaire biographique : Joseph Rogues de Fursac (1872-1942), Ann medico-psychologiques, 2007, 165, 225-229) comme un pionnier à la fois de la graphologie médicale et de l'étude de l'art psychopathologique. Rogues de Fursac montre que l'étude des écrits et des dessins peut constituer une étape supplémentaire dans l'examen des malades mentaux. Il introduit l'épreuve de l'écriture calligraphique qui lui sert plus particulièrement à mettre en relief les troubles les plus marqués de la fonction motrice (observés dans l'ataxie, la sclérose en plaques, "la paralysie agitante", etc.). Cet ouvrage eut aussi une grande influence sur les surréalistes, notamment sur Breton et Eluard, ayant constitué leur source médicale principale pour la rédaction des "Possessions" (AM Amiot, Le Surréaliste et son psy, pp. 50-60, 65, 68 ; P Scopelliti & R Dadoun, L'influence du surréalisme sur la psychanalyse, pp. 82-84 ; H Béhar, Le surréalisme et la science, pp. 66, 74). Cette forme d'expression s'inscrit dans ce qui deviendra l'art brut et sera utilisé à des fins psychothérapeutiques (art-thérapie). © S.A.S. Jean-Pierre Aubert, 2015. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fuji San

      PONTING, Herbert G. Fuji San photographed by Herbert G Ponting. [3] pp., 25 collotype plates, 1 folding. Oblong folio, 373 x 253 mm, in original illustrated paper covers. In a new tan cloth folding box. Tokyo: K. Ogawa, 1905. |~| |~||~||~||~| A very scarce collection of photographs published by Ogawa Kazuma, who was himself one of the leading photographers in Japan at the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth. One of his main achievements was to develop the collotype as a means of attaining a wider audience than was obtainable through the souvenir albums that were so popular at the time. Herbert Ponting, the photographer, is perhaps best known for his photographs of the 1910 Antarctic Expedition, but he lived in Japan from 1901 to 1906 resulting in at least two books. Only four copies of this book are recorded in OCLC. Very slight soiling, but overall in excellent condition.

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        On the conversion of electric oscillations into continuous currents by means of a vacuum valve.

      London 1905 - The Beginning of ElectronicsFleming, John Ambrose (1849-1945). On the conversion of electric oscillations into continuous currents by means of a vacuum valve. In Proceedings of the Royal Society. 74 (1905): 476-487. Whole volume, 8vo. [66, variously paginated], 580pp. Plates, text illustrations. Later library buckram, very minor rubbing and wear. Book-label and stamps of the Liverpool Athenaeum.First Edition. Fleming’s paper introducing the basic principle of the two-electrode vacuum tube or diode marked the beginning of electronics. Before the development of the transistor the vacuum tube became the first switch used in the earliest electronic computers. Using vacuum tubes as switches, the first general purpose electronic computer, the ENIAC, operated 10,000 times the speed of a human computer. By comparison, the Harvard Mark 1, which used electromechnical relays as switches, computed 100 times the speed of a human computer. An electrical engineer and physicist who had worked with Thomas Edison's company in London, and a consultant to Guglielmo Marconi, Fleming invented and patented the two-electrode vacuum-tube rectifier, which he called the oscillation valve. This was called a thermionic valve, vacuum diode, kenotron, thermionic tube, or Fleming valve. Fleming' diode was an essential step in the development of radio, In 1906 Lee de Forest introduced a third electrode called the grid into the vacuum tube. The resulting triode could be used both as an amplifier and a switch. In this form the vacuum tube was used in radio receivers and radar until it was superseded by solid state electronics more than 50 years later. The first electronic computer, the ENIAC, used 18,000 vacuum tubes as switches. Vacuum tubes were used in electronic computers until the late 1950s, and they are still manufactured today for specialty analogue Hi-Fi equipment. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Woggle-Bug Book in the rare first state

      Chicago: Reilly & Britton Company. Very Good. 1905. First; First. Wraps. Covers worn & torn, lacking fore corners; stain to title page fore-edge (all for which see images); remainder clean. "one of the most delicate and ephemeral of all Baum's publications." Bienvenue, 219 ; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 48 pages .

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        Svenska Krigsmaktens forna och nuvarande Munderingar

      Stockholm: P.B. Eklund, 1905. First edition. 41 chromolithographic plates. Letterpress title with list of plates on verso. 1 vols. Folio. Later red cloth, spine label (rubbed). A couple of plates with occasional short marginal splits, overall fine and bright. Nice color plates of Swedish military uniforms, grouped by regiments, each plate showing the uniforms from the regiment's founding (often ca. 1750s) through the turn of the twentieth century. This does not correspond to the only Eklund title in Lipperheide, dated 1890, which calls for only six plates. It appears to be an updated reworking of Lipperheide 2278 (Schützercrantz, 1849-1853, with 36 plates). The only copy located is in the Kungliga Bibliotheket (National Library of Sweden).

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        Sailing Alone Around the World

      New York: The Century Company, 1905: Signed. First edition, later printing with 1905 on the title page. Signed by the author on the front free end paper at Black Rock on August 2nd, 1906. In Very Good condition. Lean to spine, light bruising to spine ends, and bumped corners. Silver stamping lightly rubbed. Pages show light age spots and a few smudges. A rather sharp copy, signed by the author.

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        A Little Princess

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1905. Illustrated by Ethel Franklin Betts. Quarto. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in pink morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, titles blocked to front board gilt with a pictorial onlay of the little princess copied from the original front board, twin rule to turn-ins, pink floral endpapers, gilt edges. 12 colour plates by Ethel Franklin Betts. A fine copy. First US edition. A beloved tale which first started as a 1888 serialised novel entitled Sara Crewe: or, What Happened at Miss Minchin's Boarding School, which was published in St. Nicholas Magazine. A Little Princess is an expanded and revised tale of Sara Crewe. The story of an orphaned heiress has been the basis for successful Broadway productions and several feature films which featured stars such as Mary Pickford and Shirley Temple in the role of Sara.

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        PATROLOGIA ORIENTALIS, LE LIVRE DES MYSTERES DU CIEL ET DE LA TERRE / LE SYNAXAIRE ETHIOPIEN, LE MOIS DE SANÊ / LE MOIS DE HAMLÊ (RECUEIL)

      Librairie de Paris - Firmin-Didot et Cie 1905 - RO40248420: Env. 600 pages (plusieurs paginations). Recueil. Texte en éthiopien et en français sur la même page. Papier muet encollé sur le dos, le consolidant. Etiquette de code sur la couverture. Quelques tampons de bibliothèque. Manques sur les bords du 1er plat. Nombreuses pages non coupées. Quelques déchirures. Envoi manuscrit de l'un des traducteurs sur l'une des pages de titre (Abbé SINGLAS). Le Livre des Mystères du Ciel et de la Terre, Texte éthiopien publié et trad. par J. PERRUCHON, avec M. I. GUIDI. Le Synaxaire Ethiopien, I, Le Mois de Sanê, II, Le Mois de Hamlê, Texte éthiopien inédit publié et trad. I. GUIDI, avec L. DESNOYERS et A. SINGLAS. In-4 Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 97.2-Dédicace, envoi [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece. First, Second and Third Series. Three Volume Set

      London Smith, Elder & Co 1905, 1898, 1907. VG: in very good condition with bespoke navy blue slipcase. Rebound with new eps. Usual darkening to vellum boards. Heraldic bookplate on fep verso. Teg Reprint Vellum hardback 210mm x 140mm (8" x 6"). 359pp; 368pp; 386pp + ads.

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        Trois primitifs

      Albert Messein 1905 - - Albert Messein, Paris 1905, 16,5x23,5cm, relié. - Edition originale sur papier courant, il n'a été tiré que 17 Japon en grands papiers. Reliure à la bradel en plein cartonnage recouvert de papier à la cuve glacé, dos lisse, pièce de titre de maroquin de Russie marine, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée, élégante reliure pastiche signée de T. Boichot. Précieux envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à son ami et exécuteur testamentaire Lucien Descaves. Ouvrage illustré de 6 planches hors-texte. Bel exemplaire agréablement établi en reliure pastiche. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Original edition on the current paper, he was fired Japan in 17 major papers. Binding to bradel open cardboard covered with paper to glossy tank, smooth spine piece morocco Navy Russia, preserved covers and backs, gilded head, elegant binding pastiche signed T. Boichot. Precious autograph signed by the author to his friend and executor Lucien Descaves. Book illustrated with 6 boards inset. Nice copy pleasantly established pastiche binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Stilleben mit Weintrauben, grüner Glasvase und Chrysanthemen auf weißem Tuch, Öl auf Holzplatte

      München 1905 - Bildmaß: 21 x 33,5 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), links unten mit *K.Klöpfer - München* signiert und mit *1905* datiert. Gezeigt werden blaue und grüne Trauben in einer Silberschale, Rechts hiervon eine grüne Jugendstil-Glasvase. Zusammen auf einem weißen Tuch mit weißem Laub, rechterhand rosa-gelbe Chrysanthemen. Das Bild gering fleckig, minimal berieben - insgesamt von guter und dekorativer Erhaltung. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )( Provenienz: Alter Münchener Privatbesitz ) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Art of the Theatre. Together with an Introduction by Edward Gordon Craig and a Preface by R. Graham Robertson

      Foulis, Edinburgh/ London 1905 - 55 S., 4 Bl., Frontispiz und 6 s/w-Tfn. (Bühnen- u. Kostümentwürfe, Sz.-Abb.), olivgrüne, illustr. OKlappenbroschur mit einem farb. Holzschnitt-Entwurf, im Block monogrammiert "C", Verlagsvignette auf Hinterdeckel, ungeschnitten, Format 17,4 x 21,8 cm. - Edward Gordon Craigs (1872 - 1966) erste programmatische Buchveröffentlichung in Form eines Manifests. In einem fiktiven Gespräch über das zeitgenössische Theater treffen ein Theaterregisseur und ein Zuschauer aufeinander. Die deutsche Übersetzung erschien zwei Monate zuvor im April 1905. Buchzustand: erste unbedruckte Seiten u. Titelseite etwas stockfleckig, Rückenkanten gering rissspurig. Schönes, sehr gutes Exemplar. Stain spots on first pages, slightly worn on edges and spine. A very good copy. Fletcher/ Rood A4 (d). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Writings of Thomas Jefferson

      Washington: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Assoc., 1905. hardcover. very good(+). Numerous illustrations with lettered tissue guards. 20 volumes, rubricated titles, 8vo, 3/4 blue crushed morocco, ornately gilt spines (tops of some spines lightly rubbed). Washington: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association, 1905. Very good (+). Definitive Edition Containing his Autobiography, Notes on Virginia, Parliamentary Manuaal, Official Papers, Messages and Addresses, and Other Writings, Official and Private, Now Collected and Published in their Entirety for the First Time. Including All of the Original Manuscripts, Deposited in the Department of State and Published in 1853...

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        Outdoor Pastimes of An American Hunter

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1905. Signed Limited edition. Large octavo, original three quarters brown morocco. One of 260 numbered copies signed by Theodore Roosevelt, this is number 30. Printed on ruisdael paper by the De Vinne Press. Photogravure frontispiece of Roosevelt, illustrated throughout. In very good condition with some wear to the extremities. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. Like Audubon, William Elliott and Judge Caton, Roosevelt liked to chase deer with horses and hounds: 'To be able to ride through woods and over rough country at full speed, rifle or shotgun in hand, and then to leap off and shoot at a running object is to show that one has the qualities which made the cavalry of Forrest so formidable in the Civil War.' This volume also contains an excellent chapter on 'Books on Big Game' in which Roosevelt reveals his admiration for two other giants among deer hunters: Judge Caton and T.S. Van Dyke" (Wegner, 234).

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        On a Possible Mode of Detecting a Motion of the Solar System through the Luminiferous Ether" in Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 30, 1879-1880, pp. 108-110

      First edition of James Clerk Maxwell's proposal for measuring the ether, a critical prelude to Michelson-Morley's great 'failed' experiment -- a work that set "new standards of reference of time and space from geometry and cosmometry" [and] ultimately leading to Einstein's 1905 proposal that the speed of light is a universal constant" (Lightman, 130). In this paper, Maxwell argues "that the velocity of the earth with respect to the ether alters the velocity of light by a quantity depending on the square of the ratio of the earth's velocity to that of light which he described as 'quite too small to be observed' (Staley, Einstein's Generation, 46). "Michelson did not accept this impossibility and started thinking of detecting the effect" (Soni, Mechanics and Relativity, 286). Maxwell believed that the propagation of light required a medium for the waves, dubbed the luminiferous aether. Still, he believed that 'the whole question of the luminiferous medium near the earth, and its connexion with gross matter, is very far as yet from being settled by experiment'. Later Maxwell wrote to the American astronomer David Peck Todd to ask if current observational accuracy of the moons of Jupiter was sufficient for the test he had proposed, but Todd informed him that it was not. Maxwell also included in his letter to Todd a detailed description of a terrestrial method for measuring the local speed of the aether by reflecting two light beams at right angles to each other, and he noted that this would require precision on the order of (v/c)2, which he (Maxwell) thought must surely be unachievable. After Maxwell's death a short time later, Todd published the letter" in both Nature and the Proceedings (Math Pages, 1). Michelson read the Maxwell letter that Todd had published "and was intrigued by the idea of detecting the Earth's motion through the (supposed) ether by measuring variations in the speed of light directly, in the manner that Maxwell had described in the letter, but which he (Maxwell) had assumed was completely impractical. Michelson was an expert in interferometry techniques, and took up the challenge to achieve the level of precision necessary to carry out the test and measure the speed of the aether. In 1880, Michelson designed an instrument specifically intended to refute Maxwell's supposition and with Edward A. Morley set about a landmark series of experiments that ultimately would "undermine a longstanding belief in something called the luminiferous ether; a stable, invisible, weightless, frictionless… medium that was thought to permeate the universe. Conceived by Descartes, embraced by Newton, and venerated by nearly everyone ever since, the ether held a position of absolute centrality in nineteenth-century physics as a way of explaining how light traveled across the emptiness of space" (Bryson, 117). CONDITION & DETAILS: London: Harrison & Sons. Complete volume. 8vo. 8.5 by 5.5 inches (213 x 138mm). [ix], 1, [599], 1, [vi], 3. Ex-libris with two stamps on the title page and no exterior markings whatsoever. In-text illustrations throughout. Handsomely rebound in half calf over aged marbled paper boards, gilt-lettered at the spine. Five gilt-ruled raised bands at the spine; each compartment gilt tooled. Marbled text block. Bright and clean throughout. Very good condition in every way.

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        On some Difficulties in the Theory of Transfinite Numbers and Order Types. (Extracted from the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Ser. 2, Vol. 4, Part 1.)

      London: The London Mathematical Society,, 1905. Octavo (275 × 182 mm), pp. 29-53, (1). contemporary plain paper wrappers, lettered in manuscript. Presentation inscription "James Ward from B. R." to blank upper margin of the first leaf, with Ward's pencil annotation throughout, later ownership inscription of Samuel Skulsky to front wrapper. Wrappers split along spine and detatched; an excellent copy, preserved in a custom-made slip case. Original offprint. Russell had been working on trying to articulate "a theory of logic in which there were no classes, or denoting concepts, or even propositional functions, but only complex entities called 'propositions', which were to be analysed into their constituents: individuals and predicates. 'It seems to me broadly possible', he wrote to G. E. Moore on 25 October [1905], 'to maintain that there is nothing complex except propositions.' On 14 December he read to the London Mathematical Society a paper called 'On some difficulties in the theory of transfinite numbers and order types', in which he first publicly suggested the 'no classes' approach to the Paradox. Soon afterwards, the idea that 'propositions' rather than 'classes' should be the primitive notion of his theory of logic was developed into what he called the 'substantiation theory', which he first outlined in an unpublished paper called 'On Substitution' . The theory had something of the beautiful simplicity of the first draft of The Principles of Mathematics, and Russell was, temporarily, quite delighted by it. On the first day of the new year of 1906, he felt able to declare to Lucy Donnelly that: 'My work during 1905 was certainly better in quality and quantity than any I have done in a year before, unless perhaps in 1900. The difficulty which I came upon in 1901 … has come out at last, completely and finally, so far as I can judge …'" (Monk, p. 185). James Ward, philosopher and psychologist, was made a fellow of Trinity College Cambridge in 1875, and in 1897 was appointed to the newly founded professorship of mental philosophy and logic. "During the First World War, Ward protested at the dismissal of Bertrand Russell - who later called Ward 'my chief teacher' - from his Trinity lectureship" (ODNB).

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        Croquis du vieux Paris. Illustrations et gravure sur bois de Tony Beltrand. Préface de Victorien Sardou.

      Paris Louis Conard 1905 - Grand in-8, XXXVIII-172 pp. Reliure bradel demi maroquin brun à coins époque, dos et plats ornés de filets, tête dorée, couverture conservée. (Charles Meunier). Ex libris Robert Dumont de Roubaix. (dos légèrement passé). Édition originale. Tirage limité à 125 exemplaires. Exemplaire numéroté sur papier vélin teinté fabriqué spécialement par Blanchet & Kléber. Ouvrage illustré de 59 gravures sur bois originales de Tony Beltrand, dont un pour la couverture. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pictures From Nature: Fifteen Rembrandt Photogravures of Birds and Beasts at Home Amidst Their Natural Surroundings Reproduced From Photographs

      Cassell and Company Limited, London 1905 - Folio. [4], 15pp (Text), 15 loose plates, as issued. Original green cloth portfolio with black lettering on front cover. String ties. Title page in red and black lettering. Vignette on title page. Remarkable photographic work on natural history, containing 15 splendid photogravures of birds and beasts at home amidst their natural surroundings. Each photographic plate is facing its captioned page. Moderate age-wear on portfolio with some staining on covers and rubbing along edges. Previous owner's inscription on title page, and dated Christmas 1905. Portfolio in overall fair to good-, interior in good+ to very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SIXTY-TWO ORIGINAL INK DRAWINGS ILLUSTRATING THE HARRIMAN ALASKA EXPEDITION, 1899].

      [N.p., likely New York. ca. 1900-1905]. - Sixty-two line drawings on thick card stock, each signed "W. E. Spader." Sizes vary between 4 1/4 x 8 inches to 17 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches, oriented both portrait and landscape. Minor edge wear, some thumb-soiling, a few examples with minor marginal surface wear. Very good. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. A substantial archive of original art by William E. Spader, one of the principal artists hired to create illustrations for Edward Harriman's monumental fourteen- volume work THE HARRIMAN ALASKA SERIES, published throughout the first decade-and-a-half of the 20th century. This important collection documents one of the great scientific expeditions of the late 19th century. Edward H. Harriman was a wealthy railroad magnate, one of the original robber barons of lore, who greatly desired to hunt bear in Alaska. Never one to do anything small, he decided not only to travel to Alaska to hunt bear on Kodiak Island, but to finance a major scientific expedition to Alaska along the way. The Harriman Expedition comprised an elite roster of scientists, artists, photographers, and naturalists whose goal was to explore and document the Alaskan coastline. For almost two months, in June and July 1899, the S.S. GEORGE W. ELDER steamed up the coast from Seattle to Siberia while various experts, including John Muir, Edward Curtis, and other botanists, biologists, geologists, artists and photographers recorded what they encountered along the way. The greatest benefit of the expedition turned out to be the sizeable published record of the journey, which Harriman financed himself. The fourteen-volume HARRIMAN ALASKA SERIES was published by Doubleday beginning in 1901, and remains a landmark of Arctic exploration. William Edgar Spader was a Brooklyn-born craftsperson, and illustrator, whose work appears in much of Harriman's Alaska series. Spader lived and worked in New York, and is best remembered for his watercolors depicting beautiful women of the Art Deco period. Spader's drawings here show landscapes, numerous views of glaciers, seal hunting, camp scenes, several scenes featuring canoeing or kayaking, one illustration of death head carvings, and much more. Some of the illustrations are captioned in pencil on the reverse, identifying specific views of Davidson Glacier, Hinchinbrook Island, Spruce Island, Hanging Valley, Grewingk Glacier, Charpentier Glacier, Plover Bay, Reid Glacier, Yale Glacier, Chilkoot Lake, Russell Fiord, College Fiord, the head of Lynn Canal, a view upland near Walker Bay, the tundra near Port Clarence, a view showing the caves in Barry Glacier, a landscape showing the ridged surface of Columbia Glacier, a large landscape showing the moraine of Columbia Glacier, a landscape of the hills near Brady Glacier, a large scene of an overturned forest near the La Perouse Glacier, an indoor view of a church at Metlakahtla, and a distant view of St. Paul Village, among others. A few examples show production notes, including size notations and penciled frame lines. Spader's dozens of illustrations for Harriman's published work are well-executed black-and-white line drawings after photographs from the expedition by the likes of Grove Karl Gilbert, C. Hart Merriam, A. K. Fisher, W. B. Devereaux, and others. Numerous examples of Spader's original artwork was used to illustrate volume one of the HARRIMAN ALASKA SERIES, starting with John Burroughs' introductory essay, "Narrative of the Expedition." One illustration is captioned on the reverse, "Little Auklets Pribilof Islands, Bering Sea For Burroughs' Article." It is marked in pencil "Vol. 1, Pg. 98," where it appears in the printed work. Another illustration captioned on the verso, in pencil, "Church at Metlakahtla" is captioned in the published work as "Interior of Church Made by Indians at Metlakahtla" on page 25 of Burroughs' work. An illustration by Spader of an irrigating water wheel can be seen on page 13 of Burroughs' essay, another of a canoe in drift ice in Yakutat Bay i

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        The Return of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated by Sydney Paget

      London: George Newnes Ltd., 1905., 1905. FIRST EDITION. 8vo., pp. 403, 3 of adverts.With full page black and white illustrations throughout. Publisher's blue cloth, titled in gilt to spine and upper. Internally clean, all plates accounted for, previous bookplate to pastedown. Extrernally good; cloth is a lttle tired and worn, rubbed to joints, now recased. Shows well nonetheless. With so many copies now rebound, this is a difficult title to find in the original cloth, regardless of condition. Provided with a modern protective cloth jacket. A Park Lane mystery- the murder of the Honourable Ronald Adair- brings Sherlock Holmes back to life and the search for the second most dangerous man in London. The 'Return' is a collection of thirteen Holmes stories, among them some of the most interesting in the whole series. Green & Gibson [A29a].Book Collector No.271, 'The Great Illustrators'.

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        Thought Forms

      The Theosophical Publishing Society, London and Benares, 1905, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 1st Edition84 pages (complete). Ex-library copy (Theosophical Society, Johannesburg). Repaired and reinforced. This is one of the core Theosophical tracts by its most famous exponent, Annie Besant, together with her philosophical 'partner' Leadbeater. This book carries on with the idea that events, ideas and emotions have their own auras. The book is in general fair condition. The coloured illustrations (in "earth's dull colours") are bright, vivid and impactful. The pages are firm against the spine. The green cover is worn and scuffed and marked about its corners and edges and faces. There are library stamps and annotations within. The pagetrims are rough cut. The pages have some mild user marking but are otherwise genial, eager, clear, assured and intent. fk Quantity Available: 1. Category: Esoteric; Inventory No: aovf.

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        Deutschlands Obstsorten. Vorhandene Lieferungen in 2 Bänden gebunden.,

      Stuttgart: Eckstein & Stähle,, 1905 - 1930. - Band I. Äpfel und Birnen mit 84 Chromolithographien (Frucht) + zahlreiche sw Abbildungen (Baum/Strauch) mit meist mehrseitigem begleitendem Text. / Band II: Beeren , Birnen, Kirschen, Äpfel, Zwetschgen, Mirabellen.mit 74 Chromolithographien (Frucht) + zahlreiche sw Abbildungen (Baum/Strauch) mit meist mehrseitigem begleitendem Text. 30 x 23 cm Sehr gute, saubere Exemplare. Keinerlei Eintrag. Wirken ungelesen. Tafeln und Seiten Tadellos erhalten. Kein Titelblatt aber einzelne Vorworte und Einführungen z. B. zur Stachelbeeren, Johannisbeeren. (wohl zu den Lieferungen). Einbände mit minimalen Spuren. 1 Ecke leicht bestossen. Folgende Obstsorten sind enthalten: INHALT die Sorten sind nummeriert. BAND I: Äpfel und Birnen: 1. Gravensteiner / 2. Prinzenapfel / 3. Goldpärmäne / 4. Schöner von Boskoop / 5. Canada-Renette / 6. Cox Orangen-Renette / 7. Muskat-Renette / 8. Ribston Pepping / 9. Gelber Bellefleur / 10. Roter Bellefleur / 11. Adersleber Calvill / 12. Grosse Casseler Renette / 13. Gute Graue / 14. Gute Louise von Avranches / 15. Köstliche von Charneu / 16. Birne von Tongre / 17. Boscs Flaschenbirne / 18. Dr. Jules Guyot / 19. Williams Christbirne / 20. Amanlis Butterbirne / 21. Grumkovwer Butterbirne / 22. Nordhäuser Winer-Forellenbirne / 23. Hardenponts Winterbutterbirne / 24. Napoleons Butterbirne / 25. Weisser Winter-Kalvill / 26. Gelber Edelapfel (Golden noble) / 27. Ananas Renette / 28. Boikenapfel / 29. Landsberger Renette / 30. Baumanns Renette / 31. Herzogin von Angouleme / 32. Diels Butterbinre / 33. Madame Verte / 34. Clairgenaus Butterbirne / 35. Josephine von Mecheln / 36. Esperens Bergamotte / 37. Lord Suffield / 38. Grahams Jubiläumsapfel / 39. Lord Grosverno / 40. Charlamowsky / 41. Apfel aus Croncels / 42. Kaiser Alexander / 43. Danziger Kanatapfel / 44. Geflammter Cardinal / 45. Minister von Hammerstein / 46. Atlantaapfel / 47. Gelber Richard / 48. Roter Eiserapfel / 49. Sommer-Eierbirne oder Bestebirne / 50. Peteresbirne / 51. Grüne Sommer-Magdalene / 52. Leipziger Rettigbirne / 53. Vereins-Dechantsbirne / 54. Gellerts Butterbirne / 55. Holzfarbige Butterbirne / 56. Marie Luise / 57. Edelcrassane / 58. Olivier des Serres / 59. Winter Dechantsbirne / 60. Winter-Nelis / 61. Muskatellerbirne / 62. Clapps Liebling / 63. Stuttgarter Gaishirtle / 64. Andenken an den Kongress / 65. Pastorenbirne / 66. Kuhfuss / 67. Grosser rheinischer Bohnapfel / 68. Rote Sterrenette / 69. Jakob Lebel / 70. London Pepping / 71. Graue Herbstrenette / 72. Graue französische Renette / 73. Weisser Klarapfel / 74. Roter Herbst-Kalvill / 75. Halberstädter Jungfernapfel / 76. Bismarckapfel / 77. Goldrenette v. Blenheim / 78. Harberts Renette / 79. Kaiser Wilhelm / 80. Pommerscher Krummstiel / 81. Weisser Winter-Taffeltapfel / 82. Champagner-Renette / 83. Parkers Pepping / 84. Königlicher Kurzstiel. ----------------- BAND II: Stachelbeeren :85. Rote Triumphbeere / 86. Sämling von Maurer / 87. Früheste gelbe / 88. Grüne Riesenbeere / 89. Beste Grüne / 90. Grüne Flaschenbeere / 91. Weisse Triumphbeere / / 92. Weisse volltragende / Johannisbeeren: 93. Rote Holländische / 94. Rote Versailler / 95. Weisse Holländische / 96. Lee's Schwarze / Birnen: 97. Prinzessin Marianne / 98. Neue Poiteau / 99. Esperens Herrenbirne / 100. Hofratsbirne / 101. Liegels Winter-Butterbirne / 102. Forellenbirne / 103. Weisse Herbst-Butterbirne / 104. Blumenbachs Butterbirne / 105. Le Lectier / 106. Präsident Drouard / 107. Baronsbirne / 108. Grosser Katzenkopf / Kirschen: 109. Früheste der Mark / 110. Kassins Frühe / 111. Türkine / 112. Kunzes Kirsche / 113. Dankelmann / 114. Rote Maikirsche / 115. Diemitzer Amarelle / 116. Königliche Amarelle / 117. Königliche Hortensie / 118. Ostheimer Weichsel / 119. Lucienkirsche / 120. Eltonkirsche / Äpfel: 121. Roter Gravensteiner / 122. Cellini / 123. Schöner aus Pontoise / 124. Nathusius Taubenapfel / 125. Peasoods Goldrenette / 126. Grossherzog Friedrich von Baden / 127. Signe Tillish / 128. Tiefblüte / 129. von Zuccalmagl [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Landschaftsbilder aus dem Hochland von Kamerun. 2 Alben.

      Groß-Farm- und Factorei-Betrieb Kamerun-Hochland G.m.b.H., ca. 1905.. Original-Kartoneinband mit aufmontierter Deckelphotographie, quer-8°, mit Kordelheftung. 14 und 10 ganzseite photographische Abbildungen mit kurzen Bildlegenden. Auf beiden Innendeckel mit handschr. Widmung von Joachim bzw. Jochen Reinhard, Duala, Kamerun, 1911, In alter Freundschaft und Zur freundlchen Erinnerung. Die hellen Kartoneinbände minimal berieben und angeschmutzt, schöne, saubere Exemplare..

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        Sammlung der Drucksachen des Preußischen Hauses der Abgeordneten. 20. Legislaturperiode, I. Session 1904/05. Siebenter Band. Drucksachen Nr. 594 - 608.

      Moeser, Berlin 1905 - Mit 1 Blatt Inhaltsverzeichnis, Seiten 4411 bis 5170. Der Band enthält ausschließlich den Bericht nebst Anlagen " der XX. Kommission über den Gesetzentwurf, betreffend die Herstellung und den Ausbau der Wasserstraßen, Drucksachen Nr. 96, A, C bis F zu Nr. 96 und zwar über: 1. die Herstellung eines Schiffahrskanals vom Rhein nach Hannover, 2. die Verbesserung der Wasserstraße zwischen Oder und Weichsel, 3. die Verbesserung der Schiffahrtsstraße der Warthe von der Mündung der Netze bis Posen, 4. die Kanalisierung der Oder von der Mündung der Glatzer Neiße bis Breslau sowie die Ausführung von Versuchsbauten für die Strecke von Breslau bis Fürstenberg a.O. ". Mit zusammen 8 meist ausfaltbaren, teils farbigen Karten, Plänen und Tabellen ( hierunter: Darstellung der beiden preußischen Wasserstraßensystem ( des östlichen und westlichen ) / Mündungsstrecken des Dortmund-Rhein-Kanals / Rhein-Herne-Kanal einschließlich der Lippe-Kanalisierung und Nebenanlagen / Übersichtskarte der Kohlenfelder an der Lippe von Weser bis Lippstadt / Übersichtskarte des Kaiser-Wilhelm-Kanals / Übersichtskarte des Teltow-Kanals / Übersichtskarte des Dortmund-Ems-Kanals ). Sowie mit sehr zahlreichen Tabellen, Statistiken etc.Bibliothekshalbleinen, 4° ( 31 x 24 cm ). Einband berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Innen Exlibris, Bibliotheksvermerk, wenige Seiten gering fleckig. Insgesamt recht guter Zustand. ( Gewicht 2300 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        Justine und Juliette. Justine oder Die Leiden der Tugend. Juliette oder Die Wonnen des Lasters. Ins Deutsche übertragen von Raoul Haller.

      Gedruckt im Auftrag der Subskriptions-Gesellschaft zur Herausgabe des Werkes. Ohne weitere Angaben [Privatdruck 1905].. 4 Bände. 8°. 433 S.; 407 S.; 270 S. und der 4. Band: 4 Bll., 103 Tafeln mit Abbildungen nach Kupfern. Blaues Orig.-Leinen mit goldgepr. Initialen (MDS) auf Deckel und am Rücken.. Eins von nur 550 handschriftlich numerierten Exemplaren für die Mitglieder der Gesellschaft. Band 1 enthält Justine oder Die Leiden der Tugend, die Bände 2 und 3 Juliette oder Die Wonnen des Lasters. Der 4. Band "enthält die gesamten Bilder des Werkes auf echtem Bütten im Ganzen 103 Illustrationen", die der Orig.-Ausgabe von 1797 auch der Reihenfolge nach folgen und die an erotisch-pornographischer Vielfalt nichts zu wünschen übrig lassen. Die Textbände gedruckt auf unbeschnittenem Spezialpapier. Nach Hayn-Got. die erste dt. Ausgabe, die dort bereits als vergriffen gemeldet wurde. Eine weitere Übersetzung (allerdings ohne Abb. der Kupfer) von M. Isenbiel [d.i. Dr. Fiedler] erschien 1906; lt. Englisch, Geschichte, S. 476, soll die vorliegende Übersetzung von Haller allerdings im gleichen Jahr erschienen sein. Ausgesprochen seltene Ausgabe, die die drastisch erotischen Illustrationen der Kupfer in guter Qualität wiedergibt. Einbände etwasl berieben und Kapitale etwas bestossen. Innen gut, insgesamt schönes Exemplar. Sehr selten. Hayn-Got. VII, 26; Polunbi (2), 70. ---------------------- English description available on request. Traduction francaise sur demande.

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        Adventism Answered (The Sabbath Question)

      Brooklyn, New York: Guide Printing and Publishing Company. 1905. First. First edition. Octavo. 214pp. Light brown cloth stamped in black. Very slight soiling on the cloth, near fine or better. Inscribed in the rear of the volume (presumably mistakenly): "To Mr. Stephen T. Brooke with the best wishes of his friend. George Frazier Miller." Religious polemic by Miller, a South Carolina-born African-American rector of St. Augustine's Church in Brooklyn. He was an important associate of W.E.B. Du Bois, Alexander Crummell, and other important luminaries, and was one of the founders of the Niagara Movement. He later became a Socialist and ran for Congress on the Socialist ticket in 1918. An uncommon title, and seldom found signed. .

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        Rip Van Winkle

      London: William Heinemann; New York: Doubleday, Page & Co.,, 1905. With Drawings by Arthur Rackham. Quarto. Original green cloth, titles and pictorial decoration to spine and front board gilt, publisher's device to rear board in blind, dark green endpapers, all edges stained green. Tipped-in colour frontispiece and 49 plates with printed tissue guards, vignettes to title page and head- and tailpieces in black and white. Bookplate of R. F. Starkie to front pastedown, some occasional light foxing, top corner bumped, small tear to headcap, a very good copy. First Rackham edition, first impression. Signed presentation copy to half-title "R. F. Starkie from Arthur Rackham 9 Oct 05.

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        J.-M. NATTIER PEINTRE DE LA COUR DE LOUIS XV,

      Paris ;- Goupil & Cie 1905 - SUPERB EX-BLENHEIM HEIRLOON BINDING IN FULL ORNATELY GILT-DECORATED ROYAL BLUE LEVANT MOROCCO BINDING (a trifle rubbed at extremities) Folio. LIMITED & SIGNED EDITION (No. 46 of 425) Illustrations d'apres les Documents Contemporains. Superb plates in Colour & Sepia. (165)pps. Uncut./ T.e.g. A BEAUTIFUL PRODUCTION, SIMPLY STUNNING ! (Overseas postage will require extra postage due to weight) [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Der Witz und seine Beziehung zum Unbewußten.

      Franz Deuticke, Leipzig u. Wien 1905 - Gr.-8vo. 1 Bl., 205 S. Rote OLwd. m. weißgeprägt. Deckel- u. Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe. - Rücken verblichen, Ecken etw. bestoßen. Schnitt etw. stockfleckig. Vorderes Vorsatzbl. fehlt. Name auf Titel. Im Text sauber u. wohlerhalten. gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Novels of the Sisters Brontë [and] The Life of Charlotte Brontë by Mrs Gaskell

      Edinburgh: John Grant,, 1905. 12 volumes, octavo. Publisher's quarter tan calf, gilt lettered spines with trailing floral motif, top edges gilt, untrimmed. Title pages printed in red and black, portraits and plates from photographs of places associated with the Brontës. Some foxing (customary with this edition). The Thornton Edition was first issued in 1901. Very scarce in the publisher's leather binding.

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        Golf. Poetical Putts. [Mock-up of Unpublished Book]. [With:] [Archive of Golf Poetry and related materials]

      [Boston, 1905. 4to and smaller. Overall very good. First American Golf Poet Prepares Material for Publication Frank J. Bonnelle (1850-1921), a longtime editor at the Boston Herald, contributed a large number of occasional poems to that newspaper and was the first contributor of poems to "The Golfer," a periodical published in Boston at the turn of the 20th century (though not recorded on OCLC or in Donovan/Murdoch, the U.S.G.A. Library holds a run of "The Golfer," 1895-1903) and the first American periodical devoted exclusively to the sport. The Massachusetts Historical Society holds a small collection of Bonnelle family correspondence that includes some material involving Frank J. Bonnelle.1. Golf: Poetical Putts. Mock-up for an unpublished book. Portrait frontispiece, printed title page, 31 of Bonnelle's long poems, each with a golfing theme, some illustrated, clipped from a periodical and mounted to the rectos of album leaves, 20 more golfing poems (clips, typescripts, or small printed broadsides), laid in; some of the poems have manuscript corrections, additions, or deletions. 4to album, spine coevering perished, still sound. Titles of the poems include "On the Links," "Her Caddie," "The Unsuccessful Golfer," "Hazards," "The Golfer Who Loved and Lost," "Fore!," "A Ghost on the Green," "Belinda of the Links," "St. Nick and the Golfer," "Caddie Macree of Lynn," "A Sonnet to Golf," "Poetical Putts," and "Ye Ancient Boston Golfer," among others. With additional material from the papers of the first regularly published golfing poet in the United States:2. Golf in Verse: A Series of Poetical Putts. [Boston, n.d., ca. 1910]. Original manuscript (carbon typescript; a typed and revised version of "Golf: Poetical Putts"?). 4to. (35) pp. [rectos only], title page, table of contents page, and 30 of Bonnelle's long poems, each with a golfing theme; laid in are small printed broadsides (proofs?) of 15 of the poems included in the collection, a manuscript list of titles for inclusion, and two Bonnelle golfing poems clipped from a periodical. Very good. Original brown printed wrappers (spine worn).3. Manuscript statement by Bonnelle (unsigned) concerning his work in the printing trade and newspaper business from apprenticeship at 15 in Iowa to his desk at the Boston Herald (8vo, six pages), on Boston Herald stationery.4. Manuscript, signed, of Bonnelle's golfing poem "A Reformed Golfer" (4to, one page, five stanzas of four verses each), edges worn.5. Manuscript, signed, of of Bonnelle's poem "An Ornithological Outing" (4to, five pages, 12 stanzas of four verses each, small illustrations for each stanza, all in purple ink).6. Letter of recommendation for Bonnelle from L.W. Myers, editor and proprietor of the Wapello, Iowa, Republican, 12 April 1871 (8vo, two pages), given as Bonnelle left the Midwest to pursue his career in the East.7, Notebook (4to, 192 pp.), posthumous compilation of his non-golfing poems mounted on both sides of sheets of paper, mostly arranged by topic, e.g., Christmas, Thanksgiving, other holidays, journalism, etc., and including clips from periodicals, typescripts, several signed manuscripts, small printed broadsides, etc., comprising hundred of examples.

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        Rip Van Winkle

      Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page, 1905. First American edition. Illustrated with 51 color plates after drawings by Rackham. 1 vols. 8vo. Original green gilt-pictorial cloth. About fine.

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        Notizen für Jagd- und Wissenschaftliche Expeditionen nach Britisch- und Deutsch-Ostafrika. Zusammengestellt und basiert auf langjährigen Erfahrungen.

      Kibwezi, November 1905.. Illustrierter Original-Kartoneinband, quer-8°, 32 Seiten, photographische Abbildungen, Einband leicht berieben, schönes, sauberes Exemplar..

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        Nachtrag III zur Landes-Gesetzgebung des deutsch-ostafrikanischen Schutzgebiets, umfassend die bis zum 31. März 1905 erlassenen Gesetze, Verordnungen, pp. Zum dienstlichen Gebrauch herausgegeben durch das Kaiserliche Gouvernement von Deutsch-Ostafrika.

      Geruckt in der Kommunal.Druckerei von Tanga, Deutsch-Ostafrika, 1905.. Gebunden in violettbarene, schmucklose Leinwand der Zeit, Groß-8°, XVI, 128 Seiten. Einband berieben, Seiten papierbedingt nachgedunkelt, Titelblatt etwas stärker, sonst schönes, sauberes Exemplar. Mit Stempel auf Titel "Kommunal-Verband Bezirk Kilwa D.O.A.".

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        An extraordinarily fine collection of 9 books printed by the Roycrofters, all but one the Deluxe issue (1 of 100) on Japanese vellum, most in mint condition in their original boxes

      All printed in East Aurora, New York: Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters, 1905. All except one 1/100 copies on Japanese vellum. Various formats (12mo, 8vo, Folio). All in original Roycroft bindings of 3/4 morocco or calf, 6 in their original Roycroft boxes. A fine collection, rarely seen in such condition. The titles are: 1) Bacheller, The Story of a Passion. 1901 2) Browning, the Last Ride. 1900 3) Hubbard, Contemplations. 1902 4) Gray's Elegy. 1903 5) Dickens, The Holly Tree. 1903 6) Thoreau, Friendship. 1903 7) Emerson, Compensation. 1904 8) Wilde, Ballad of Reading Gaol. 1905 9) Reedy, The Law of Love. 1905.

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        Japan Through the Stereoscope

      New York, London, et al.: Underwood & Underwood, 1905. 100 albumen print stereoview cards housed in original brown cloth box. Images fine, light wear and spotting to box, gilt titling faded. A complete set of 100 stereoviews of Japan by Underwood & Underwood, part of their popular "Tours of the World" series.

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        Norway Through the Stereoscope

      New York, London, et al.: Underwood & Underwood, 1905. 100 albumen print stereoview cards housed in original brown cloth box. 1 vols. 8vo. Images fine, light wear and staining to box, gilt titling faded. A complete set of 100 stereoviews of Norway by Underwood & Underwood, part of their popular "Tours of the World" series.

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        India Through the Stereoscope [cover title]

      New York, London, et al.: Underwood & Underwood, 1905. 100 albumen print stereoview cards housed in original brown cloth box. 1 vols. 8vo. Images fine, light wear and spotting to box, gilt titling faded. A complete set of 100 stereoviews of India by Underwood & Underwood, part of their popular "Tours of the World" series.

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        Norway Through the Stereoscope

      New York, London, et al.: Underwood & Underwood, 1905. 100 albumen print stereoview cards housed in original brown cloth box. 1 vols. 8vo. Images fine, light wear and staining to box, gilt titling faded. A complete set of 100 stereoviews of Norway by Underwood & Underwood, part of their popular "Tours of the World" series.

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        India Through the Stereoscope [cover title]

      New York, London, et al.: Underwood & Underwood, 1905. 100 albumen print stereoview cards housed in original brown cloth box. 1 vols. 8vo. Images fine, light wear and spotting to box, gilt titling faded. A complete set of 100 stereoviews of India by Underwood & Underwood, part of their popular "Tours of the World" series.

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        Alphabet de la Phosphatine Falieres

      1905. ALPHABET BOOK. Alfabeto da Phosphatina Falières. 8 ff. With 12 colour-printed illustrations by Timoleon Marie Lobrichon. 8vo., stitched as issued in original illustrated wrappers. Paris: Phosphatine Falières, n.d. [ca. 1905]. |~||~||~||~||~|$975.00 The Portuguese edition of a charming "Abécédaire" which is not recorded in Gumuchian, or Osborne. The illustrations combine infants or children playing in or around letters of the alphabet, some of which are constructed from chairs, trees, lamps, bricks, ladders, diving boards, etc. The 12 colour-printed plates, with text in French and Portuguese, are executed after original designs by Timoleon Marie Lobrichon (1831-1914) who is "above all celebrated for his humorous portraits of children" (Benezit). The work was published by the Phosphatine Falières who also issued it with a French text, which is of equal rarity. In fine condition.

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