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        Formulas for Bookbinders

      The Roycrofters, East Aurora, NY 1905 - Book condition: very good, very scarce signed copy, signed by Kinder on edition page that states that this copy is number 7 of 490 printed, a collection of trade formulas, the results of 25 years study and practice in the arts of tooling in gold, edge gilding, marbling, stamping and various other departments of bookbinding, includes leaflet "Leather Bookbindings: How to Preserve Them" which is leaflet No. 398 of the US Department of Agriculture, also in very good condition, two b/w illustrations, one as frontis, boards show some soiling to front perimeter and back, red cloth spine features white title sticker which shows scuffing, interior near pristine, slight musty smell, 115 pages with index, 9 X 11.5 inches. Postage for oversized and international shipping will be calculated by size and weight. AbeBooks shipping quotes are ESTIMATES only. If actual shipping cost is less than the AbeBooks estimate, it is our practice to REFUND the difference to the buyer. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A LEVANTINE LOG-BOOK

      Longmans, Green and Co. New York.,1905. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (8.3 x 5.7 inches). Illustrated throughout with 51 mono photo views of Turkey, Palestine, Egypt, Malta, Naples and Pompeii. A lovely clean copy finely bound by Blackwells in contemporary full red morocco. Spine with raised bands, ruled in gilt. Compartments double ruled, decorated and lettered in gilt. Double ruled borders on boards. Gilt inner denteles. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Neat previous owners bookplate on front paste down endpaper. A fine copy of this intertesting travelogue.:

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Landschaft mit Schäferin und Flöte spielendem Jüngling., Pastell und schwarze Kreide.

      Um 1905. - Signiert. Auf bräunlichem Zeichenpapier. Impressionistische Studie von großer farbfrische. - Max Rabes war einer der bekanntesten deutschen Maler der wilhelminischen Epoche und der Hauptvertreter der Berliner Orientmaler. Er hat auch Zyklen von landschaftlichen Wandgemälden ausgeführt, darunter 1901 im Speisesaal eines Schlosses in der Lausitz, 1905 in einer Villa in Iserlohn und für das Schauspielhaus in Breslau (1906). Verso verworfene Skizze: Weiblicher Halbakt. - Papier an den Blattkanten stellenweise etwas wasserrandig. Papier mit kleinen Ausdünnungen und minimalen Fehlstellen (Fraßspuren). Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2100

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        Seven Tales of the Fish Patrol [True First: Original Serial Publication]

      Boston: Perry Mason Company, 1905. First edition. Wrappers. Very Good +. A Scarce copy of the first edition, first printing, of this Jack London collection of short stories as first published in The Youth's Companion magazine, comprising seven issues of the magazine starting in the February 16, 1905 with "White and Yellow". A separate story from the collection appeared every other week through the May 11,1905 issue's presentation of "Yellow Handkerchief". (The stories were not published in book form until September, 1905.) Each issue is in Very Good or better condition with a neat center fold, some spotting to the front page of a few issues. The February 16 issue shows a short tear with slight loss to the right margin very mildly affecting the text -- which remains quite legible; the March 2 issue shows two short cuts to the left margin with slight loss to the margin on one cut but otherwise closed and slightly invading the text but not affecting the legibility thereof; the March 16 issue shows a small tear with slight loss to the right margin; the front page of the March 30 issue showing modest staining, a small hole to the right text column, a tiny hole to the illustration at the center fold, and a small hole to the left margin at the center fold; and the May 11 issue shows some short splitting to the left fold. These issues present the first set of Jack London stories set in his home state of California and thus are of true importance to the London collector. Being ephemeral in nature and likely to be thrown away after reading, complete sets of the true first publication of these seven stories are seldom found. A Very Good to Very Good + copy of a scarce and important Jack London ephemeral item. These issues are of further note in that they are in their original publication format and never have been otherwise bound. SCARCE AND NOTABLE INDEED.

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        The Principles of Economics a Fragment of a Treatise on the Industrial Mechanism of Society and Other Papers ( with a Preface By Henry Higgs )

      London: Macmillan and Co Limited, 1905. Collation,xxviii+273+1+2pp, half title present. Bound in original publishers brown cloth, gilt title lettering. Cloth very lightly rubbed on edges, very slightly bumped on corners of boards. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, small section clipped from top edges of free endpaper and half title, browning to small section of title page on top margin. Pages in very good clean condition throughout. A68. First Edition. Very Good Plus. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        The Empire`s Cricketers:from Original Drawings By A.Chevallier Tayler with Biographiclal Sketches By G.W.Beldam ,Season 1905

      Spottiswoode & Co, London 1905 - The plates represent the foremost cricketers of the day including members of the Australian cricket team. Fine Art Society ,London (1905) 1st ed ,Folio ,48 lithographed plates printed by Spottiswoode& Co on olive /grey paper with descriptive text printed on guards, loose in original red cloth folder as issued .Titled in gilt on the front cover .Now contained in a recent custom made oatmeal coloured cloth slip case with a maroon leather label (5 1/4"x 3") bordered in gilt and labelled "The Empire`s Cricketers". The covers of the folder are somewhat faded (as usual with red cloth) the print and guards are in excellent condition. Size: 16 1/4 x 10 1/2 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Riders of the Plains a Reminiscence of the Early Days in the North West

      Herald Company, Limited, Calgary - 1905, 1st Edition. () Very good. iv,223 pp. Octavo. Original blue cloth boards stamped in black and red. 9 full page line drawings. A couple of old, private library rubber stamps on the endpapers and title page. A very nice collectible copy. Very scarce with only the 4th copy we have had in 25 years. There was also a wrapper issue as well. Peel (3) 980. Denny was one of the original North West Mounted Police and in this title he relates many of his early experiences. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        Men of Affairs

      NY: The Evening Mail This is a vanity cartoon book (also known as the 'As-We-See-'Em' books) which includes a number of interesting people. There is no title page and no text; only about 200 plates of caricatures by one or another of the artists, who were the staff cartoonists for this newspaper. Undated but made around 1905. Rebound: was originally bound in soft leather, and the scarred front cover of the original has been applied to the new leather cover. New binding in excellent condition; overall vg-, as there are occasional light marginal stains on the plates. Notables include B.F. Yoakum, H.E. Huntington, and W.K. Vanderbilt (railroad barons), Isaac and Solomon R. Guggenheim (bankers and industrialists; also there is Wm. Guggenheim, apparently a black sheep who travelled a lot), John R. Dos Passos (leaving a trail of books behind him), Henry D. Estabrook (lawyer), Thomas A. Edison, who seems to have wired the celestial bodies together, Chauncey M. Depew (attorney for Vanderbilt's railroad cartel, and from 1899-1911 a US Senator), Spencer Trask (educator), and a quite prescient drawing of Judge Albert B. Fall, who became the 'fall' guy for the Teapot Dome scandal in 1921. He is shown here taking a miner's pick to a thick book of mining law, on behalf of the corporations.. First Edition. Illus. by J.C. Fireman and "V.E.T.".

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        STORIES AND SERMONS

      Toronto: William Briggs, 1905., 1905. First edition. 8vo. Maroon cloth, portrait label of a cowboy affixed to front cover, frontis. [range scene], 135 pp., illustrated, plates, portraits. 19.8 cm. Herd 302 says, "Scarce." Almost the entire text devoted to the cowboy and his life. Dykes Western High Spots "Remington Rarities" 8 says "I searched for this book for years for my Range Collection and, when I finally found a copy, the Remington illustration was an unexpected dividend. Not in many of the great range collections and not in Howes USIANA. Quite rare. Brady called himself the Cowboy Evangelist." National Union Catalogue locating one copy. Minor wear to the spine ends, else a fine copy. Fascinating little work on the life of a cowboy and rare today.

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        Das Vermächtnis des Inka

      - Stuttgart, Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1905., Karl May, Das Vermächtnis des Inka. Eine Erzählung für die reifere Jugend. Mit 16 Farbendruckbildern (von Ewald Thiel), fünrfte Auflage, hrsg. Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, Stuttgart, o.J. (1905) 552 S + Verlagswerbungen auf Deckel innen, bzw. Vorsätzen, illustr. roter Olwd, 8°, Plaul 275.4, DB 21, geringfügig ber. u. best.,etwas schiefgel., kl. Schäden an Gelenken aussen u. innen fachgem. restauriert, guter Zustand dieser raren Ausgabe!

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        Naturgeschichte der Vogel Mitteleuropas

      F.E. K, 1905. Hardcover. Used: Good. Gera-Untermhaus: F.E. K

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        LOS CAPRICHOS Nº 38 - BRABISIMO!

      1905 - MATERIA: Grabado calcografico nº 38 de la serie de los caprichos de Goya. IMPRESOR-LUGAR:Madrid, Calcografía Nacional, 1905-1907 PUBLICACIÓN:Serie de Los CAPRICHOS. DESCRIPCIÓN FÍSICA:Grabado calcográfico. Aguafuerte, aguatinta bruñida y punta seca. Blanco y negro con tonalidades sepia tirada de 180 ejemplares en papel blanco sin filigrana. 215 x 150 mm de huella en papel de 355 x 250 mm. Numerada en su ángulo superior derecho con 38. Título en plancha en su parte inferior. CONSERVACIÓN:Buena impresión con todos los márgenes. Algunas manchas en los margenes REFERENCIAS:Estampa 38, que corresponde a la serie de Los Caprichos en sunovena edición de 1905 - 1907de la que se realizó una edición limitada a180 ejemplares. La primera edición impresa en 1799. Goya las llamó estampas "asuntos caprichosos que se prestaban a presentar las cosas en ridículo, fustigar prejuicios, imposturas e hipocresías consagradas por el tiempo" y salieron anunciadas como "Colección de estampas de asuntos caprichosos, inventadas y grabadas al aguafuerte por don Francisco de Goya" dotadas con una gran carga crítica que por temor a la Inquisición fueron retiradas de la venta las que no habían sido vendidas y regaladas al monarca junto con las planchas.

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        LOS CAPRICHOS Nº 78 - DESPACHA QUE DISPIERTAN

      1905 - MATERIA: Grabado calcografico nº 78 de la serie de los caprichos de Goya. IMPRESOR-LUGAR: Madrid, Calcografía Nacional, 1905-1907 PUBLICACIÓN: Serie de Los CAPRICHOS. DESCRIPCIÓN FÍSICA: Grabado calcográfico. Aguafuerte, aguatinta bruñida y punta seca. Blanco y negro con tonalidades sepia tirada de 180 ejemplares en papel blanco sin filigrana. 215 x 150 mm de huella en papel de 355 x 250 mm. Numerada en su ángulo superior derecho con 78. Título en plancha en su parte inferior. CONSERVACIÓN: Buena impresión con todos los márgenes. Algunas manchas en los margenes REFERENCIAS:Estampa 78, que corresponde a la serie de Los Caprichos en sunovena edición de 1905 - 1907de la que se realizó una edición limitada a180 ejemplares. La primera edición impresa en 1799. Goya las llamó estampas "asuntos caprichosos que se prestaban a presentar las cosas en ridículo, fustigar prejuicios, imposturas e hipocresías consagradas por el tiempo" y salieron anunciadas como "Colección de estampas de asuntos caprichosos, inventadas y grabadas al aguafuerte por don Francisco de Goya" dotadas con una gran carga crítica que por temor a la Inquisición fueron retiradas de la venta las que no habían sido vendidas y regaladas al monarca junto con las planchas.

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        Louis XI

      Combet & Cie Editeurs à Paris ancienne Librairie Furne, Collection d'Albums Historiques,1905, in folio (37,5 x 30 cm), IV + 78 pages + 1 ff. Illustration de 40 chromotypogravures en couleurs dont 19 hors-texte et 4 double page d'aquarelles de Job. Reliure Cartonnage éditeur en percaline bleu, premier plat avec grand décor polychrome représentant Louis XI sur son trône, second plat avec décor floral central noir, dos avec titre doré en long ; les pages du livre sont montées sur onglets, Reliure exécutée par Poënsin. +++++++ Edition originale de cet ouvrage d'Octave Lebesgue dit Montorgueil (1857-1933). Journaliste français, Montorgueil est un des pseudonymes qu'utilisa l'auteur pour publier des livres d'enfants. Les illustrations sont du maître Jacques Marie Gaston Onfroy de Bréville dit Job (1858-1931). Job est un dessinateur et illustrateur français dont le nom d'artiste est composé de l'initiale de son prénom usuel Jacques et de celles de son nom de famille. Après un engagement militaire précoce et des études à l'Ecole des Beaux Arts, il travaille pour des journaux en tant que caricaturiste ; mais il sera surtout remarqué pour ses remarquables illustrations de livres d'enfants où son association avec Montorgueil pour le texte est fréquente. Dans ses grandes compositions en couleurs le culte des héros de la nation française tiendra une place primordiale - Intérieur frais et propre sauf quelques légères marques de manipulation en marge inférieure, onglets en bon état sauf quelques uns qui présentent des petits défauts ou manques sans impact sur les pages de l'ouvrage, coupure en marge inférieure de la page de faux-titre réparée soigneusement, gardes d'origine bleues un peu passées avec traces d'usure en marge mais sans remboîtage, Légères traces de frottements aux mors sans fente ni usure, coiffes un peu écrasées avec infimes déchirures naissantes, coins avec frottements, plats et dos très lumineux avec d'infimes défauts, reste un BEL EXEMPLAIRE avec un CARTONNAGE LUMINEUX..

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        The apparent existence of easily deflectable positives.Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son, [1932]. First edition.

      A fine copy in original wrappers, of the true first announcement of Anderson's discovery of the positron, an elementary particle with the same mass as the electron but carrying a positive charge. This was the first example of a particle consisting of antimatter. Its existence had been predicted by P. A. M. Dirac three years earlier in his paper <i>Quantised Singularities in the Electromagnetic Field</i>. "The prediction and subsequent discovery of the positron rank among the great triumphs of modern physics" (Pais, <i>The Genius of Science</i>). "It was this note which established Anderson's priority as discoverer of the positron' (Brandt, <i>Harvest of a Century</i>, p. 216). This short paper precedes by six months Anderson's more detailed paper 'The positive electron' published in <i>Physical Review</i><br/><br/> Carl Anderson (1905-1991) worked as a graduate student under Robert Millikan at Caltech. After receiving his PhD in 1930 he stayed on at Caltech as a research fellow, working with Millikan on cosmic rays. "Millikan was convinced (inaccurately, as it turned out) that cosmic rays, a term that he himself coined in 1925 for the penetrating radiation bombarding Earth from all directions, were the birth pangs of new elements being formed out in space. In order to prove this hypothesis, he needed accurate measurements of their energies. He established three research efforts at Caltech in the new field, each using a different type of detector: one under Victor Neher using electroscopes, one under William Pickering using Geiger counters, and one under Anderson using cloud chambers in a magnetic field. Anderson's investigations paid off almost immediately, but not exactly as Millikan had foreseen...<br/><br/> "In the very first experiments in 1931 and 1932, Anderson saw the deflected tracks of as many positive as negative cosmic-ray particles. At this time, scientists had identified two elementary particles of matter: negatively charged electrons, and positively charged nuclei. Anderson and Millikan initially disagreed over whether the vivid tracks they observed in Anderson's much-improved cloud chamber were actually negative charges moving downward (Millikan's view) or positives moving upward (Anderson's view), but Anderson finally settled the question by placing a lead plate in the path of the particles. They would have more energy and therefore less curvature before passing through the plate than after, when they would be slower and therefore curve more. On 2 August 1932, these efforts were rewarded by a clear track left by a particle moving upward through the plate and curving to the left, meaning it was positively charged, but with a degree of ionization in the cloud chamber gas that indicated that the particle had the mass of an electron. This event marked the entirely unexpected discovery of the positive electron. <br/><br/> "One month later, pushed by Millikan to establish the priority of his findings quickly, Anderson published a brief report on 'The Apparent Existence of Easily Deflectable Positives,' in <i>Science</i>; the definitive results and famous photograph ("it's got to be a positive electron," Anderson later recalled thinking) appeared in <i>Physical Review</i> in 1933. The physics world expressed skepticism. However, a relativistic theory by the Cambridge University theorist Paul A. M. Dirac, published in 1930, had predicted the existence of a positive electron, and the evidence on Anderson's photographic plate was unimpeachable. Anderson's result was soon confirmed by Dirac's Cambridge colleagues Paul M. S. Blackett and Giuseppe P. S. Occhialini, who in a March 1933 paper in the <i>Proceedings of the Royal Society</i> reported similar results and proposed the mechanism of pair production to account for their existence. They postulated that when an energetic gamma ray was converted into matter, it would emit a negatively charged electron, balanced by Dirac's positively charged positron (as the positive electron came to be called). Asked once by an interviewer if Dirac's theory had influenced the direction of his research, Anderson replied, "I don't know whether the existence of Dirac's work had any effect at all on the work I was doing. I was looking at the cloud chamber data and going by that"." (<i>DSB</i>). <br/><br/> Anderson shared the 1936 Nobel Prize in Physics "for his discovery of the positron." <br/><br/> Magill, ed., <i>The Nobel Prize Winners: Physics</i>, pp. 439-447; Weber, <i>Pioneers of Science</i>, pp. 106-8.. pp. 238-239 in Science, Vol. 75, No. 1967, September 9, 1932. 4to, pp. 6, 221-240, 7-12. Original printed wrappers

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        Autographed Letter Signed to the editors of The Ladies' Home Journal

      Princeton, 1905. unbound. 3 pages (front and back) each measuring 6.5 x 5.25 inches, Princeton, June 26, 1905. In this letter, the former President informs the publication that he will be mailing them an article he has prepared on Woman's Suffrage, in part: "...I have been exceedingly desirous of finishing the article before leaving home...I will have it typewritten again...and send it to you from there if possible. Mr. Bork spoke of an article, I believe, comprising 2500 or 3000 words. What I have prepared contains I think 3700 or 3800 words; and I can't see how I can cut any of it and at the same time present the subject in a way that suits me. Will you please telegraph me on the receipt of this at the Buckingham Hotel New York whether you can take care of so long an article? Yours truly, Grover Cleveland." Taft writes a postscript: "I have entitled the article 'Woman's Suffrage.' When it reaches you - you may give it any name you see fit. G.C." Note: the Ladies' Home Journal decided to publish the article in full with the caption "Woman's Suffrage", but was not prepared for the public backlash. In 1905 the magazine became the first publication with more than 1.5 million subscribers (mostly women), and many took exception to Cleveland's views: [last paragraph] "Sensible and responsible woman do not want to vote. The relative positions to be assumed by man and woman in the working out of civilization were assigned long ago by a higher intelligence." An exceptional letter that Cleveland probably wished he had never written. One horizontal fold; near fine condition.

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        Realty Trust Map of Brooklyn and Queens Boroughs Greater New York. 1905. Map title: Realty Trust Map of the Boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, Greater New York. With Present and Projected Transit Lines, Elevated and Surface Railways, Tunnels and Subways

      New York.: Realty Trust.. 1905.. Color street map, sheet size approximately 38 x 32 inches, folding as issued to pamphlet 9 1/2 x 4 inches, black and white photo illustrations and text on verso. Several long separations at folds and edges (4 inch separation at centre of central vertical fold, separations up to 1 inch at fold intersections); light soiling to cover panels; map is clean and bright. A scarce broadside promoting the Brooklyn Properties of Realty Trust: "In presenting this map we desire to impress on the reader the splendid properties we offer for sale in large and small plots. With the exception of the central portion of Brooklyn (the oldest part, which is already built up), that section of the southwestern part of Brooklyn lying between Ocean Parkway and teh bay, enjoying to-day the best transit facilities, will reap the most benefit from the improvements now under way, notably the City Tunnel and the Manhattan Bridge...This section of South Brooklyn is in its infancy. Real estate is abnormally cheap. Purchasers buying there now cannot lose...." Several four-panel sections tout the desirability of the area; one section declares that "The East River Tunnel to Brooklyn and Queens will increase lot values in both boroughs" with a cross-section showing the progress of the work on the tunnels. Other sections include "Personal Opinions on Real estate in Brooklyn," "Newspaper Comments on Brooklyn Real Estate" and "The Bronx - Brooklyn A Comparison." The detailed street map centres on Brooklyn and shows Elevated Lines, Electrical Traction Lines, Surface Trolley Lines, Steam Railroads, Rapid Transit Subway, and Proposed Subways. The map is copyright 1905 by August R. Ohman, Map Publisher, Draughtsman & Engraver, with address at 97-101 Warren St., N.Y. No listing for this real estate broadside is found in WorldCat. .

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        Gemeindelexikon der im Reichsrate vertretenen Königreiche und Länder - bearbeitet auf Grund der Ergebnisse der Volkszählung vom 31:Dezember 1900 - IX.Böhmen,

      K.K.Hof- und Staatsdruckerei/Wien/1905, - Zustand: gut ohne SU 72809 - G71 *.* Sprache: de

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        SELECT READINGS & RECITATIONS By BENJAMIN J. FERNIE 1905

      NY: The Christian Herald, 1905. Book. Good. Hardcover. First Edition. 6 x 4. TITLE: SELECT READINGS & RECITATIONS By BENJAMIN J. FERNIE 1905 AUTHOR: BENJAMIN J. FERNIE PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: The Christian Herald, NY 1905 EDITION: First Edition CATEGORY: First Edition BINDING/COVER: Hardback without dust jacket ---NOT SIGNED--- CONDITION: (All defects if any are formulated into pricing by ViewFair Books books. If we miss any defects are highlights on any book, our policy is to make immediate amends to any customer): The book is without the jacket. The outside is still good with some browning to the spine. There is a Christmas gift inscription from 1905written on the front endpaper. Book is without any other marks or writings, pages are clean, book is tight and sturdy. SIZE: 4 x 6 (approximately) PAGES: 321 pages BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: First Edition. The Christian Herald, NY 1905. Good (minus)/None dust jacket condition. SELECT READINGS AND RECITATIONS. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS BOOK FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET!!! REALLY GOOD PRICE! 499-450 InvCode zz66 ViewFair Books : 003082.

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        Our Dumb Friend's League 72 Victoria Street S.W.I. A Life Sentance. The Sight of a Poor Animal in a Cage Must Pain All Kind Hearted and Thoughtful People. Will You Help Them?

      London: Johnson, Riddle & Co., Ltd. London, SE [circa 1905]. (Poster) Very good. C. 1905. Artist Unknown. 36" X 26" in black metal frame. In very good condition with only very light buckling. Bright, bold colours and strong design. 'Our Dumb Friends League' was a society for the encouragement of kindness to animals which was founded in 1897. The League grew rapidly and in 1912 launched the "Blue Cross Fund" to assist animals during the Balkan War. In 1950, Our Dumb Friends' League officially changed its name to the Blue Cross, being the animals' equivalent of the Red Cross. As well as animal hospitals, it now has adoption centres..

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        UNE EAU-FORTE ORIGINALE (Original Drypoint Etching) : "LA RONDE" PAR A. RODIN EN 1905 POUR "L'ART ET LES ARTISTES"

      1905 - Gravures Une Eau-Forte Originale, technique pointe sèche, Format de la cuvette : 9 in x 7 in (22.9 cm x 17.9 cm), Format de la feuille : 210 x 295 mm.sur papier crème, signé en bas à droite dans la cuvette du Monogramme "AA" pour "l'Art et les Artistes", N°3, 1ère Année de Juin 1905,[According to Thorson, this piece is a state 3 (of 3) impression published in L'Art et les Artistes (Art and Artists). Monogrammed in the lower right 'AA' in the plate.] Thorson déclare, "La Ronde représente sept hommes musclés nus mains se tenant les mains dans une danse en cercle, observé par de petits groupes d'hommes de chaque côté, représentés dans un plan ouvert avec des montagnes et un clocher d'église à faible distance. Rodin a pu considérer sa ronde un peu comme une danse de sabbat des sorcières »(p. 32) [Thorson, Victoria, Graphics Rodin: Un Catalogue Raisonné de Pointes-sèches et illustrations de livres, figurent aux pages 32 à 37 que chat. no. V ].(Bénézit 9, p. 30-31-32-33-34-35-).SUPERBE.en bon état (good condition). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Source of the Blue Nile

      Smith Elder & Co., London 1905 - Blue cloth lettered in gilt. 2 folding maps. Ink name front free endpaper. Very sharp copy. Size: Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Staff Officer's Scrap-Book During the Russo-Japanese War.

      1905 - 8vo. 2 volumes. Bound in full tree-calf by T. Hunt of Wellington College, decorative gilt border with the Wellington College crest to the upper board, spine in 6 compartments with five raised bands and red leather label, gilt decorations, marbled edges and endpapers; photographic frontispiece to each volume, numerous illustrations, maps and sketches; fine; provenance: with the bookplates of General Sir Richard Edward Worsley pasted to each ffep. First edition. General Sir Ian Hamilton (1853 â&#128;" 1947) is best remembered for commanding the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force during the Battle of Gallipoli, a disastrous campaign that resulted in him being relieved of his command. The notes for this book were taken between 1904 and 1905 when Hamilton served as the military attachà of the Indian Army serving with the Japanese during the Russo-Japanese War. A Staff Officer's Scrap-Book gained wide acclaim, cited by Britannica as "a book which by reason of the interest of its subject, the charm of the authorâ&#128;&#153;s style, and the combination of war experience and of imagination which inspired his judgments and criticisms, at once took rank in Europe as a modern military classic." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Physiologie de la lecture et de l'écriture suivie de déductions pratiques relatives à l'hygiène, aux expertises en écriture et aux progrès de la typographie, de la cartographie, de l'écriture en relief pour les aveugles, etc.

      Paris: Félix Alcan, 1905 - Première édition, in-8; xv, 296p., [1p. table], 16 p. cat. Félix Alcan janvier 1904; 96 figures dans le texte et deux réglettes imprimées libres, l'une en carton ajouré et l'autre dans une matière plastique jaune transparente imprimée en rouge, servant respectivement aux expérimentations décrites pages 102 et 214. Cartonnage d'éditeur en percaline lie de vin frappée sur les deux plats des fers de la Bibliothèque Scientifique Internationale, titre sur le premier plat et au dos. Bel exemplaire, avec envoi de l'auteur à Eugène Eichtal (1844-1936), membre de l'Institut. On joint les deux réglettes conçues par l'auteur et vendues chez l'opticien Cornet à Paris permettant l'expérimentation décrite dans le texte aux pages 102 et 214. On ignore si ces deux réglettes étaient vendues avec l'ouvrage, aucun autre exemplaire décrit n'en faisant mention. BSI, n°CV. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Photo Negatives - Mining in Mexico - Guggenheim

      Mexico, 1905. Mexico, circa 1905-1910. Set of 36 original panorama format photographic negatives, being views of at least five profitable mines in central Mexico, mainly in the states of San Luis Potosí and Zacatecas. Negatives measure approximately 31 x 9 cm. Together with 3 black and white photographs, corresponding with negatives from the collection. A scant few negatives chipped at corners, otherwise in very good condition with crisp images. The lot housed in a green paper folder for protection. Panoramic views are scarce in any condition, the negatives even more so. These being substantial in number, and in such remarkable condition, make for an exceptionally pleasing acquisition. A fascinating visual archive of Guggenheim mining and smelting operations in Mexico, holdings which contributed substantially to the silver and lead empire's wealth. Manuscript captions imbedded in the negatives serve to identify specific mines as follows: Charcas seen in 18 views, Bonanza in 3, Mala Noche in 1, Asientos in 2, Veta Grande in 2, leaving 10 views from one or more locales unnamed. Most, possibly all, of these mines were discovered and their ores worked as early as the sixteenth century. Either abandoned or used minimally, they would now be revived and modernized with great ambition, at least until the Mexican Revolution when most mining operations were halted. The mines shown in these panorama photographic negatives include the following: • The Charcas mines in the municipality of San Luis Potosí, central Mexico, an area rich in minerals and oil, containing substantial deposits of sulphides of silver, lead, copper and zinc. Charcas went through constant rise and fall in economy of the centuries, directly related to historic conflicts which occurred in the area. In 1862 with the aid of aviaton companies, the mines were modernized and re-established. In 1911, the National Metallurgical Company and the American Smelting and Refining Company acquired the mining rights of the company Minera Tiro General, which had been founded some years before. In 1924 it changed hands once again to become the Conpañia Minera Asarco S.A., which built a concentrator that started operating in 1925. The town of Charcas benefited greatly with the arrivals of telephone and electricity, the installation of which was paid for by these mining companies. • The Veta Grande Mine, in Zacatecas, north-central Mexico, a classic epithermal silver-gold (low sulphide) deposit. The state of Zacatecas is reputed for its rich deposits of silver and other minerals, its colonial architecture and its importance during the Mexican revolution. Much of the state?'s colonial history has been related to its mineral production, especially of silver. In colonial times, only the richest portions of the oxidized veins were mined, however, later sulphide mineralization was also exploited. Metal distribution in the veins varies, however the Veta Grande system is predominately silver bearing with gold and base metals. The City of Zacatecas was first settled by the Spanish in the early 1500's after the discovery of these substantial silver veins. By 1588, large quantities of silver were being shipped from this region to Spain. With increased production, by 1877 silver from the Zacatecas Silver District accounted for 60 percent of the value of all Mexican exports, making it one of Mexico's wealthiest and largest cities of the era. Presently, silver production in Zacatecas state is the primary contributor for Mexico's status as the world's largest producer of silver, accounting for 17% of the world's output. • Bonanza - an important mine in the municipality of Mazapil, also in the state of Zacatecas. Originally established circa 1582-85 by Francisco de Urdinola, M. Guggenheim Sons in 1902/1903 "quietly acquired" the mining operation, known as the Bonanza y Anexas. Licenciado Emeterio de la Garza, a member of president Díaz?'s inner circle, represented the Guggenheims. Acting for Guggenheim Exploration, its two representatives R. C. Gemmell and J. M. Ortiz, acquired sixteen claims over 400 acres about four miles from Mazapil in the northeastern part of the state of Zacatecas. The mines were located on a large ranch, the Hacienda de Bonanza. The owner, Manuel Rodríguez Orozco, had obtained a concession from the state of Zacatecas in 1900 to build a smelter on the ranch. When he decided to sell to Ortiz in 1902, he agreed to sell the mines, ranch, water rights, and appurtenances, but kept half the slag dumps. The ranch consisted of 13,000 acres. It had an orchard, a Casa Grande, and a number of houses for workers. The operation was conveniently near the railroad. In 1907 the Guggenheims transferred the Bonanza group to ASSCO, and subsequently to the Compañía Minera Asarco, S. A. in 1923. During the most tumultuous years of the Mexican revolution, 1913 to 1916, the Bonanza mines suspended work, although ASSCO allowed contractors to mine on a royalty basis. • La Mala Noche [The Bad Night], also in Zacatecas, a mine with a fascinating story involving the evening for which it is named. A destitute 18th century prospector Manuel Reátegui, on the eve of declaring bankruptcy after having invested all of his money and toiled to no avail, was told of the discovery of a new vein of silver. Indeed wealth was on the horizon, he became owner of the mine and soon possessed immense wealth. He built the exquisite Palacio or Casa de la Mala Noche for his residence. • The Asientos lead mine, in the state of Aguascalientes (only a few miles south of the Zacatecas border). The first mining activity of the San Francisco vein was discovered by Don Diego de Ibarra in 1548, who established Mina Real de Asientos, and others nearby subsequent to that. African slaves were brought to Real de Asientos to work in the mines at the end of the 16th century. It is estimated that between 1892 and 1912, one million tonnes (1,250g/t) of silver was mined, which led to the installation of a plant for the company ASARCO, and which operated until 1930. During the Mexican Revolution there was no mining activity. In 1927 the Asientos Mining Co. installed a plant with capacity to process 200 tons daily. It closed in 1950 due to a drop in metal prices. . Very Good.

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        Epreuves corrigées: Projet de Loi concerant la séparation des Eglises et de l'Etat

      1905 - 18 pages montées sur papier blanc reliées en cartonnage à la Bradel, 140 x 210 mm, papier bordeaux, pièce de titre noire, titre en long. Projet de loi imprimé par la Chambre des Députés en juillet 1905 sous la présidence de Paul Doumer. Annotations manuscrites autographes de Charles Péguy à l?encre rouge: "Envoyer immédiatement à Allier deux exemplaires des bonnes feuilles tirées, et envoyer à mesure deux exemplaires des bonnes feuilles que l?on tirera. Traiter tout ceci comme de la copie, composer, corriger, envoyer directement une épreuve et copie à Allier.", puis annotations de mise en page. Charles Péguy et Raoul Allier collaborent pour publier le plus volumineux des Cahiers (VI 14) : La séparation de l?Eglise et de l?Etat. Ce cahier devait servir d?instrument de travail aux députés et sénateurs pour leur permettre d?éliminer les incohérences et les duretés du projet initial de Combes. Les vingt-deux études critiques d?Allier, complétées par des documents et notes historiques de Péguy, furent en effet utiles aux travaux parlementaires.

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        Feats, Facts And Figures Of 1904

      Merritt & Hatcher 1905 - Statistical survey of the 1904 season. Other editions appeared for 1899, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905 and 1906, also in editions of 30, with the 1905 edition having the title "Noteworthy Events of 1905". Small 8vo. [iii] + 63pp. Rebound in half blue cloth over mottled boards, gilt title to spine, original green wrappers preserved in very good condition. No.16 of a Limited Edition of 30 copies (for private circulation) numbered and signed by the author, this copy inscribed to the cricket and football journalist, J.A.H. Catton.  [Padwick 920] [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        On the Determination of the Tension of a recently formed Water-Surface.[London: Harrison and Sons], 1910. First edition.

      Presentation offprint, inscribed in Bohr's hand to the chemist Einar Biilmann, of the 'Second Royal Society Paper' - what Bohr "learned by working in this field may have been a help to him when, more than a quarter of a century later, he showed that some of the properties of atomic nuclei can be understood by comparing them to liquid drops [i.e., Bohr's liquid-drop model]." (J. Rud Nielsen).<br/><br/> In February 1905 the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters announced a prize concerning Lord Rayleigh's 1879 theory that the surface tension of liquids could be determined from the surface vibrations of liquid jets. The problem proposed by the Academy was to perform quantitative experiments to implement Rayleigh's method. Bohr faced formidable difficulties, not least the fact that, since the university had no physics laboratory, Bohr had to perform the experiments at night (to avoid perturbations due to passing traffic) in his father's physiology laboratory. Bohr's paper was submitted on the deadline of 30 October 1906, and on 23 February 1907 the Academy notified Bohr that he had won its gold medal.<br/><br/> "After receiving the gold medal, Bohr carried out additional measurements of the surface tension of water. At the same time he was occupied with the considerable task of preparing his work for publication. In the latter part of 1908 he submitted a paper entitled 'Determination of the Surface-Tension of Water by the Method of Jet Vibration' to the Royal Society of London. This paper is not a simple translation of the prize essay but deviates from the latter at a number of points...<br/><br/> "In 1910, while Bohr was working on his doctor's dissertation, a paper was published by P. Lenard, in which he claimed that a recently formed water surface has a high surface tension which rapidly decreases. Lenard stated that this was in agreement with Bohr's results. This led Bohr to re-examine the matter and, in particular, to test by new calculations the claim made by Lenard that a variation of the velocity over the different concentric parts of a jet will prolong the periods of vibration and increase the wavelengths of surface waves on the jet. He made a direct calculation of the wavelength when the velocity in the jet varies with the distance from the axis and concluded that his experiments do not support the claims made by Lenard. In August, 1910, he submitted to the Royal Society a paper entitled 'On the Determination of the Tension in a recently formed Water- Surface [i.e, the offered paper], which was published in its Proceedings. This was Bohr's last work on surface tension. The results of this paper, and the merit of the experimental method described, have apparently been appreciated by most later workers in the field. Thus, N. K. Adam writes in his book <i>The physics and chemistry of surfaces</i>... 'Bohr's work on oscillating jets is probably the best of any dynamic methods.' <br/><br/> "What he learned by working in this field may have been a help to him when, more than a quarter of a century later, he showed that some of the properties of atomic nuclei can be understood by comparing them to liquid drops [i.e., Bohr's liquid-drop model]." (J. Rud Nielsen, <i>Collected Works</i>, pp. 8-12).. Large 8vo (254 x 176 mm), offprint from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, Vol. 84, 1910, pp. [395] 396-403 [404:blank], original light brown printed wrappers, inscribed in Bohr's hand to the upper right corner of front wrapper: 'Hr Professor E. Biilmann / ærbødisgst fra Forf.' (i.e., Mr. Professor E. Biilmann / respectfully from the author), Prof. Einar Biilmann (1873-1946) was a Danish chemist and early friend of Bohr, number in blue pencil to upper right corner of front wrapper (probably a library numbering from Biilmann)

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        FORTUNE TELLING BY JAPANESE SWORDS FROM OLD JAPANESE MSS

      London:: John Lane, The Bodley Head,, 1905. First Edition. Very Good+. SIGNED, INSCRIBED AND DATED IN THE YEAR OF PUBLICATION BY TALBOT CLIFTON ON TITLE PAGE. A Very Good+ hardback First Edition First Printing bound in red cloth with gilt lettering and Japanese sword illustration spine, gilt Japanese sun design front cover. Top edge gilt. Mild spotting covers. Scattered foxing. Few pages unopened. 8vo. 107 pp. Rare.

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        Über das Relativitätprinzip und die aus demselben gezogenen Folgerungen. [with:] Berichtigungen zu der arbeit "Über das Relativitätprinzip..."Leipzig: S. Hirzel, 1907/1908.

      First edition of one of Einstein's most important works, "On p. 443 are probably the first explicit statements both of the equivalence of inertial and gravitational mass and of the equation for mass in terms of energy [E=mc<sup>2</sup>] now regarded as the theoretical basis for the release of atomic energy" (Weil). In 1905, "Einstein said that all energy of whatever sort has mass. It took even him two years more to come to the stupendous realization that the reverse must also hold: that all mass, of whatever sort, must have energy. ... With mass and energy thus wholly equivalent, Einstein was able in 1907, in a long and mainly expository paper published in the Jahrbuch der Radioactivität [the offered paper], to write his famous equation E=mc<sup>2</sup>. ... In presenting his equation in 1907 Einstein spoke of it as the most important consequence of his theory of relativity" (Hoffmann, Albert Einstein, p. 81). "Of greatest importance is the last part of the paper which generalizes the principle of relativity from uniformly moving systems to uniformly 'accelerated' systems. ... He introduces the principle of equivalence which claims that the problem of a uniform and stationary gravitational field on the one hand, and the system moving with a constant acceleration without any gravitation on the other hand, are physically indistinguishable situations. This principle put him in a position to find out what effect gravitation has on an arbitrary physical phenomenon, because all he had to do was to observe that phenomenon from an accelerated reference system. He thus obtains the speeding up of clocks in a field of increased gravitational potential, which must lead to a universal red shift of the spectral lines coming from the Sun, and likewise to a bending of light rays near to the limb of the Sun. Furthermore, this hypothesis at once makes it clear why inertial mass and gravitational mass must be, under all circumstances, strictly proportional to one another. ... Hence the principle of the energy value of inertial mass must be extended to the gravitational mass." (Lanczos, The Einstein Decade, p. 153).<br/><br/> Stanitz 94; Weil *21; Boni 20; Plotnick 77.. In: Jahrbuch der Radioaktivität und Elektronik, Bd. 4, pp. 411-62 and Bd. 5, pp. 98-99 [Berichtigungen]. The complete two volumes offered here: 8vo:230 x 156 mm, bound in two contemporary and uniform half cloth with gilt spine lettering, a fine set

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        Beautiful Women in History & Art

      London: George Bell & Sons, 1905. EDITION ROYALE - LIMITED TO 10 COPIES. 1 volume, folio, limited to 10 numbered copies signed by the publisher of which this is copy #8, illustrated with plates in 2 states one hand colored. Bound in 1/2 red morocco, ribbed gilt decorated spine, top edge gilt, others uncut, hinges fine, overall a FINE copy.

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        The Siren Trophies

      Chicago: Celerity Print. 1905. First. First edition. Full decorative stamped leather. 29pp., photographic portrait frontispiece, illustrated with attractive wood block prints by the author, printed in different colors throughout. Wear to the crown of the thin spine and a couple rings at the bottom of the front board, some light rubbing, sound and very good, internally fine. Nicely Inscribed by the author under his photograph: "With fond reflections of the pleasant moments spent over those siren trophies while in W.H.H.S." Author's letter press calling card laid in. Poetry, some sophisticated verse, others in dialect. Beyond his photograph (which portrays a handsome young man) we can find no biographical information on the author. As far as we can determine, the only known copy. Not in National Union Catalogue, French, Porter, Catalogue of the Blockson Collection, Work, OCLC, or any other standard reference. An attractive and intriguing little volume. .

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        Trolleholm förr och nu.

      1-4. Lund, Håkan Ohlson, 1905-07. 8:o. (8),+ 330 s.+ 2 planscher; (6),+ 331-702 s.+ utvikbar kol. karta,+ 5 planscher; 6,+ 530; (6),+ 708 s.+ rättelseslip,+ 28 planscher,+ utvikbar tabell. Vinröda halvmarokängband med guldornerade ryggar, omslagen medbundna baktill (Öhmanssons bokbinderi). Fyra volymer. Stämpel från Södermanlands-Nerikes nation, med utgallringsstämpel

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        Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Communication to the Trustees, III, January 1905, The Museum Commission in Europe

      Cambridge, MA: The University Press, Cambridge, 1905. Presumed first and only printing of the first edition. An association copy owned and inscribed by the author [but not of this book] William Stanley Parker. Two parts bound in one volume: 1) The Museum Commission in Europe; 2) Report on Plans Presented to the Building Committee. NOT ex-library. No remainder marks. Approximately 9.25 x 6 inches. Bound in three-quarter green morocco, the leather color mostly rubbed back to medium brown, with gilt rules to the boards and with marbled paper boards in green and brown shades, with the same patterned paper on the pastedowns and FEPs. Hubbed spine with faded gilt-stamped lettering. Gently bumped spine head, with moderately bumped and abraded corners. Binding generally unsoiled and attractive. T.E.G. Text paper with Westminster watermark. With 126 numbered pages followed by 87 numbered pages of B&W plates on coated stock followed by 71 numbered pages including 34 B&W figures (floor plans) followed by figures 35 through 40, on coated stock and including wonderful pull-out plates of plans, elevations, etc. for the proposed new Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. A few redactions to the text made in a very small and neat red ink hand to pages 65, 105, 109 and 117. Else a very clean copy. A hint of age toning to all pages, quite minor. A Very Good copy. Very scarce in any condition. This copy from the collection of the Boston area author William Stanley Parker, born 1877. On a front FEP signed "William Stanley Parker, 1906," and later, "Forty years later presented with affectionate regard to [indecipherable name], Dear [?], I am delighted to make this copy really useful through you. Stanley." This book provides a unique insight into the planning and care that went into the new MFA building for the dawn of the 20th century.. First Edition. Three-Quarter Leather. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Privately Printed.

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        Fragments d'Architecture Antique d'après les Relevée & Restaurations des Anciens Pensionnaires de l4Académie de France à Rome: vol I + II (complet)

      vol I s.d. [1897] - vol II 1905 Paris Librairie générale de l'Architecture et des Travaux Publics, Ancienne Maison André Daly, Charles Schmid - 45 x 33 cm - vol I: 15 pgs + 100 héliogravures collées sur des onglets (Lemercier) - vol II 9pgs + 100 héliogravures collées sur onglets (Chauvet), pg 9 du texte non collée - demi-basanne rouge, plats papier marbré, dos à 5 nerfs avec roulettes dorées - rousseurs minimales éparses, traces d'usage minimales à la partie cuir, coins émousés mais en tout bel exemplaire, superbe héliogravures - très lourd!

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        Sketches Made on the Lithography Night, 14 April, 1905. Together with: Sketches Made on the Dutch Excursion - July 1906 - and on Other Occasions

      London: Art Workers' Guild, 1905; 1907. Two portfolio volumes. (1) ff + 15 plates; (1) ff + 16 plates. The 1905 portfolio contains a calligraphic title page by Graily Hewitt, reproduced lithographically, and fifteen original lithographs by various artists, including Joseph Pennel and T.R. Way, who printed all the plates, and who was instrumental in bringing lithography to the Art Workers' Guild. On its own, this portfolio is rare, with only three known copies held in institutions. The second portfolio, however, is unique, with two additional lithographs by A. Vigers not called for in the contents list, along with the original pencil sketches for all three of Vigers' contributions. Allan Francis Vigers joined the Art Workers Guild in 1903 and was best known for his floral wallpaper and textile designs. He exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Arts and Crafts Exhibition of 1910 and produced designs for Liberty and Jeffrey & Co. This is likely Vigers' copy of the portfolio, as it is lettered with his monogram in ink on the front cover. The portfolio also contains an unrecorded calligraphic title page by Eric Gill and is an example of his very earliest lettering--preceded only by his work for Insel Verlag in 1905. In this example, Gill shows his engraver's hand in the arrangement of straight capitals for the five-line title and the names of the Guild artists whose work is showcased here. Ordinary copies of the 1907 portfolio are only reported as held by two institutions. Founded by a group of architects in 1884, the Art Workers' Guild was founded in accordance with the ideals of the Arts and Crafts movement and sought to unify fine and applied arts. Both Gill and Hewitt joined the Guild around 1904. Light marginal foxing to a few plates, and verso of last plate of 1907 portfolio foxed all over; else a fine set, housed in cloth cases made by Douglas Cockerell: the 1905 case in brown; the 1907 case in brick red with a small lithograph by T.R. Way pasted to the upper cover.

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        Instruire en Amusant Geographie Enfantine Planisphere Terrestre, Races Humaines, Drapeaux, Animaux du Globe

      Paris:: Depose F.T.,. 1905.. nd, ca. 1905. A board game with approx. 100 lead figures, in its original box with most of the lead figures still attached to the original mounting board. Orig. red gilt decorated box approx. 24 x 18". The board consists of a map divided into three sections. The delightful figures, painted in color, depict natives, animals, plants & flags of various parts of the world including North America, Australia, Africa, the Arctic. The mounted key to the map is present. In wonderful original condition.

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        Titelzeichnungen zu den Werken Karl Mays. Mit einführendem Text von Prof. Dr. Johannes Werner.

      Verlag von Friedrich Ernst Fehsenfeld., Freiburg. 1905 - Erste Auflage. Freiburg. Verlag von Friedrich Ernst Fehsenfeld. [1905]. 43 x 31 cm. 12 S., 25 Tafeln. OHalbleinen-Mappe mit 3 Leinenschließen. Der Rücken der Mappe etwas brüchig und stellenweise etwas eingerissen, von Innen bröckelt die Papierunterlegung etwas. Sonst gutes und vollständiges Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe (um 1915 erschien eine zweite Auflage). Enthält 25 Titelzeichnungen zu Werken Karl Mays, die in den Jahren 1902 bis 1903 in den Formaten 50 x 80 cm entstanden und für diese Mappe auf Großfolio reproduziert wurden. Die Mappe brachte nicht den gewünschten Erfolg und wurde wegen des homoerotischen Gestus der Zeichnungen zurückgezogen. [Vgl. "Sascha Schneider & Karl May. Eine Künstlerfreundschaft. Von Rolf Günther" ] Enthält u.a. Arbeiten zu Durch die Wüste, Durchs Wilde Kurdistan, Von Bagdad nach Stambul, In den Schluchten des Balkan, Der Schut, Winnetou, Am Stillen Ocean etc. Inzwischen selten.[Hermesmeier / Schmatz SL3.1.] Der Rücken der Mappe etwas brüchig und stellenweise etwas eingerissen, von Innen bröckelt die Papierunterlegung etwas. Sonst gutes und vollständiges Exemplar. OHalbleinen-Mappe mit 3 Leinenschließen. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Neueingerichter und vielverbesserter Abentheurlicher Simplicissimus. Das ist: Beschreibung deß Lebens eines seltzamen Vaganten, genant Melchior Sternfels von Fuchshaim (...). - Deß Abentheurlichen Simplicissimi sinnreicher Schriften Zweiter theil enthaltend den: Trutz-Simplex oder ausführliche und wunderseltzame Lebensbeschreibung der Landstörtzerin Courasche (...) und ander simplicianische Bücher. 2 Bde. Leipzig, Insel-Verlag, 1905 u. 1908. Mit 51 meist ganzs. Abbildungen, kolorierten Schmuckinitialen und Buchschmuck von Walter Tiemann. 1 Bl., 389 S., 1 Bl.; 4 Bl., 441 S., 1 Bl. Braune Orig.-Schweinslederbände mit Blindprägung; Rücken minimal aufgehellt.

      . . Sarkowski 630 u. 631. - Eins von 400 numm. Exemplaren der prächtigen Ausgabe, die wegen des zeitlichen Abstands bei der Veröffentlichung nur selten komplett in beiden Bänden angeboten wird. Schönes Exemplar. ** Bestellungen bis 14 Uhr versenden wir am selben Tag. - Schweizer Postkonto vorhanden. **

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