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        Autograph Letter, Signed ("Edwin Markham", with a flourish and spatter), to journalist Alfred Henry Lewis, concerning praise of Markham's poem Virigilia, published in the Cosmopolitan for August 1905

      52 Washington Pl., New York, 2 august 1905. 12mo. 1 page pen and ink on a folded sheet. Fine . Markham's love poem "Virgilia", published in the Cosmopolitan magazine for August 1905, filled the letter columns of New York literary papers with praise and disdain. Markham writes Lewis, a prolific author and frequent contributor to the magazine, "It is reward indeed to be praised by your dauntless pen. My 'Virgilia' pleases you, that is enough. The noise of the ant-hills will not disturb me, now that the mountain has spoken." "emphasis on changes in literary forms and their movement away from social commentary and political topics made much of what distinguished Markham's verse dated. He gradually fell from critical favor, and his reputation never fully recovered. Nevertheless, despite the critics' increasing disenchantment with him, Markham remained an important public figure, traveling across the nation and receiving warm praise nearly everywhere he went" - ANB

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        The Troll Garden

      New York: McClure, Phillips & Co.,, 1905. Octavo. Original red vertical grain cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt, front cover decorated in blind; in the supplied dust jacket. In a red morocco-backed folding case. With Pyle's illustrated bookplate on the front pastedown, and that of collector F. B. Adams, Jr. on the verso of the front free endpaper. Edge of front pastedown scraped, else a fine copy in a very good dust jacket with some chips, tears, and soiling. First edition, first printing, of the author's first prose work; presentation copy, inscribed to the great American illustrator and writer Howard Pyle: "Will Mr. Howard Pyle accept through me the love of seven big and little children to whom he taught the beauty of language and of line, and to whom, in a desert place, he sent the precious message of Romance. Willa Sibert Cather, April 26, 1906." The "seven big and little children" referred to are Cather, her five siblings, and their live-in cousin, as well as the seven short stories in the book; the "desert place" was Nebraska; the "precious message of Romance" was provided by Howard Pyle's illustrated writings, which were favourites of children in Willa Cather's generation. Cather took up the post of managing editor for McClure's Magazine, where several of these short stories had first been published, around the time of this inscription, and where Pyle was art editor from 1905, though he resigned the position the following year, apparently finding the office atmosphere too hectic.

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        The Collected Works.

      Foyers, The Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth, 1905–7 - 3 volumes in 1, octavo. Original limp white buckram, titles to upper board gilt, top edge gilt others uncut. Some spotting to endleaves, cloth rather grubby. Very good. Printed on India paper. First Edition, Sole Printing. With the ownership inscription of one Raymond Radclyffe on the front free endpaper, underneath which is Crowley's later signed presentation inscription, "I am sad, for he [Radclyffe] was one of the very best that ever lived; a City Editor straight as Euclid before Einstein attacked him, and one of the best literary critics and friends in the world. But now I am glad, for Collin Brooks to whom I give this copy (which is not mine to give) has restored me to that 'too much love of living' which I thought I had packed. Aleister Crowley 26-5-42 EV". A spectacular piece of early Crowley egomania. Radclyffe was a journalist and editor of whom Crowley wrote, "Raymond Radclyffe, who, though utterly indifferent to Magick, was passionately fond of poetry and thought mine first-class, and unrivaled in my generation"! [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        THE HAUNTED AND THE HAUNTERS; OR, THE HOUSE AND THE BRAIN.

      London and Glasgow: Gowans & Gray, Ltd., 1905 - Small octavo, pp. [1-5] 6-57 [58: blank] [59: ad] [60: blank], original chromolithographed parchment paper wrappers. First edition. Issued as "Gowans International Library Number 1." The first separate book publication of this famous supernatural tale. It was first published in Blackwood's Magazine in 1859 and first appeared in book form in TALES FROM BLACKWOOD [FIRST SERIES], Volume X (n.d. 1860). The Gowans text is the long version of the story, which is usually reprinted in its short form as "The House and the Brain." The shorter version, revised and cut by Bulwer- Lytton (perhaps because he wished to use his theory of the supernatural at greater length in his novel A STRANGE STORY [1861]), "lacks both coherence and conclusion. The fuller version is both a wonderful ghost story and a well-wrought example of Bulwer-Lytton's theory of the supernatural. Bulwer Lytton's story developed from his study of spiritualism, which he had begun six years earlier, and of mesmerism, which he had undertaken thirteen years before that. Thus, 'The Haunted and the Haunters' represents nearly twenty years' study of paranormal phenomena. On the one hand, it is a chilling tale of ghosts and terror; on the other, Bulwer- Lytton's main purpose in telling the story was to illustrate his theory 'that the Supernatural is Impossible, and that what is called supernatural is only a something in the laws of nature of which we have been hitherto ignorant.' For Bulwer- Lytton, however, the laws of nature include 'the power that in the old days was called Magic' -- a power of the human will that can affect mental and physical reality and produce the apparently supernatural" - Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature II, pp. 698-700. Bulwer-Lytton's story "implies a whole cosmos in which a physical force called Will has asserted itself against divine Idea and become the first principle behind all events and phenomena. The protagonist encounters a strangely palpable and almost invisible power, which turns out -- in the briefer and more familiar revised version of the story -- to be the volitional energy of some apparently long-dead man. This terrible man of the past has so trained and developed his will that it can operate as an active, malignant principle even beyond the bounds of his life-span. Whether Bulwer is here hinting at animal magnetism and Balzacian odic fluids or at something like Schopenhauer's impersonal cosmic Will, the universe has in any case been reduced to a battleground of opposing wills. The will that thereby concentrated and focuses its force most completely can magnetize Mejnour's 'all-pervading and invisible fluid' and so impose itself throughout space and time." - Christensen, Edward Bulwer-Lytton: The Fiction of New Regions, p. 176. "Edward Bulwer-Lytton is probably best known in fantasy for his ghost story, "The Haunted and the Haunters; or, the House and the Brain," an archetypal Victorian haunted house story -- though it is profound in its assessment and investigation of the haunting, and remarkably effective in its creation of atmosphere. Bulwer-Lytton was sensationally popular in his day and had a strong influence on other writers. His occult works, along with those of J. Sheridan Le Fanu, form the basis of modern supernatural fiction." - Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997), p. 249. "The Haunted and the Haunters" is "the only one of Bulwer-Lytton's contributions to supernatural fiction likely to be read in the future. In it, his genuine ability to evoke moods of mystery and horror stands out. First published in Blackwood's Magazine, it has since been widely anthologized and remains a classic, perhaps the best haunted house story ever written. Its direct influence ranges from 'No. 252 Rue M. le Prince' in Ralph Adams Cram's BLACK SPIRITS AND WHITE (1895) to Richard Matheson's HELL HOUSE (1971). Whatever the fate of his novels, this tale will keep Bulwer-Lytton's name alive." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclope [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        THE WORKS OF ALEISTER CROWLEY (Traveller's Edition) Collected Works

      Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth 1905 - The collected poems and plays of Aleister Crowley. 3 volumes in one with portraits. Contains several interesting and old inscriptions including: 'Joey" from "Don" 1910; addresses of Sheridan Bickers (Canadian OTO - Crowley dedicated a poem to Bickers) including one in Hollywood; and "To lose thee, love, is all my happiness." signed "Suprato" and surrounded by kisses. The Vols l & ll portraits are pasted in and the signatures are different styles, and there is a penciled note under the Vol lll portrait referring to smoking a pipe (no signature). First Edition with Portraits. Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth 1905/6/7. ix + 269, viii + 283, vii + 248pp hb dark blue cloth with gilt leather title label, printed on watermarked Oxford Indian paper, some pages a little fragile with 3 pages repaired, covers sunned, title label slightly worn otherwise vg+ - A very nice copy with interesting associations. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sense and Sensibility Fore-edge Painting in Bumpus Signed Binding - Thomson illustrations with

      MACMILLAN, LONDON 1905 - Sense and Sensibility - Thomson illustrations with Fore-edge Painting in Bumpus Signed Binding Small octavo (4.5x7), 342 pages, Introduction by Austin Dobson, illustrations by Hugh Thomson. Handsomley bound in a fine signed leather binding by Bumpus Ltd., Oxford, with their gilt binder's mark on lower inside front cover. Half grey-green calfskin and light cloth. Gold spine title and decorations in six panels between bands. All edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Engraved cherubic bookplate of Maud King on front pastedown over light baby blue endpapers; bookplate by William P. Barrett (INV WPB 1905). Enhanced with a charming full color Fore-edge Painting, an oval bordered portrait, likely representing Jane Austen, and the other a scene from the book of a drawing room with two characters at a piano. A unique and very desirable volume in the finest of condition. fore edge painting" OR "foreedge painting" OR "fore-edge painting" OR "painting on foreedge" OR "painting on fore edge" OR "painting on fore-edge DATE PUBLISHED: 1905 EDITION: SPECIAL ED 342 GIFT QUALITY IN THE FINEST OF CONDITION [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Newport: Our Social Capital. (Limited Edition 1/347 copies.)

      Philadelphia and London. J.B. Lippincott Company. MDCCCCV (1905). - First Edition. With matching dates of 1905 on the title and copyright pages. With "Published November, 1905" on the copyright page. "This edition is printed from the type, and is limited to Thre Hundred and Forty-seven copies. This is Number 219." (Limitation page) With a a splendid colored frontispiece by Henry Hutt, many illustrations in photogravure and double-tone, and from drawings by Edward Stratton Holloway. All with tissue guards. With two maps in excellent condition, crisply folded and pocketed in the rear paste-down: 1) Map of Newport; 2) Road Map of Island of Rhode Island and Conanicut Island. And over 95 splendid full-page illustrations, photogravures, all with tissue guards throughout this limited edition. Splendidly bound in finely woven brown linen cloth stamped brightly in gold on the front boards and the spine. With the Rhode Island seal stamped in gold and blue on the front boards, featuring an anchor and the word "Hope" on a waving banner. Printed on heavy, deckle-edged paper. Very clean and tight throughout. With a touch of dampstain to the bottom corner of the colored frontispiece, not affecting the plate. Top edges gilded. With heavy fraying and chipping to the top and bottom of the cloth of the spine ends. Some light leeching of color to the bottom left-hand corner of the front panel, and slight bumping to the corners. A substantial and handsomely bound book. First Edition. With matching dates of 1905 on the title and copyright pages. With "Published November, 1905" on the copyright page. "This edition is printed from the type, and is limited to Thre Hundred and Forty-seven copies. This is Number 219." (Limitation page) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        RAJOLAS VALENCIANAS Y CATALANAS

      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda. Vilanova i la Geltru. Paper de fil. el millor llibre de Ceramica Catalana i Valenciana.352 Pag. 28,5x23,5. 1905. Rustica. Completament il lustrat entre text amb la identificacio corresponent. Magnific exemplar.

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        THE HAUNTED AND THE HAUNTERS; OR, THE HOUSE AND THE BRAIN

      London and Glasgow: Gowans & Gray, Ltd.,. 1905. Small octavo, pp. [1-5] 6-57 [58: blank] [59: ad] [60: blank],. original chromolithographed parchment paper wrappers.. Spine rolled, wrappers darkened (a fault common to this type of. paper), otherwise a remarkably nice copy of a very fragile book.. Rare. Enclosed in a custom cloth slipcase.(#106160). First edition. Issued as "Gowans International Library Number 1." The first separate book publication of this famous supernatural tale. It was first published in Blackwood's Magazine in 1859 and first appeared in book form in TALES FROM BLACKWOOD [FIRST SERIES], Volume X (n.d. 1860). The Gowans text is the long version of the story, which is usually reprinted in its short form as "The House and the Brain." The shorter version, revised and cut by Bulwer-Lytton (perhaps because he wished to use his theory of the supernatural at greater length in his novel A STRANGE STORY [1861]), "lacks both coherence and conclusion. The fuller version is both a wonderful ghost story and a well-wrought example of Bulwer-Lytton's theory of the supernatural... Bulwer Lytton's story developed from his study of spiritualism, which he had begun six years earlier, and of mesmerism, which he had undertaken thirteen years before that. Thus, 'The Haunted and the Haunters' represents nearly twenty years' study of paranormal phenomena... On the one hand, it is a chilling tale of ghosts and terror; on the other, Bulwer-Lytton's main purpose in telling the story was to illustrate his theory 'that the Supernatural is Impossible, and that what is called supernatural is only a something in the laws of nature of which we have been hitherto ignorant.' For Bulwer- Lytton, however, the laws of nature include 'the power that in the old days was called Magic' -- a power of the human will that can affect mental and physical reality and produce the apparently supernatural" - Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature II, pp. 698-700. Bulwer-Lytton's story "implies a whole cosmos in which a physical force called Will has asserted itself against divine Idea and become the first principle behind all events and phenomena. The protagonist encounters a strangely palpable and almost invisible power, which turns out -- in the briefer and more familiar revised version of the story -- to be the volitional energy of some apparently long-dead man. This terrible man of the past has so trained and developed his will that it can operate as an active, malignant principle even beyond the bounds of his life-span. Whether Bulwer is here hinting at animal magnetism and Balzacian odic fluids or at something like Schopenhauer's impersonal cosmic Will, the universe has in any case been reduced to a battleground of opposing wills. The will that thereby concentrated and focuses its force most completely can magnetize Mejnour's 'all-pervading and invisible fluid' and so impose itself throughout space and time." - Christensen, Edward Bulwer-Lytton: The Fiction of New Regions, p. 176. "Edward Bulwer-Lytton is probably best known in fantasy for his ghost story, "The Haunted and the Haunters; or, the House and the Brain," an archetypal Victorian haunted house story -- though it is profound in its assessment and investigation of the haunting, and remarkably effective in its creation of atmosphere... Bulwer-Lytton was sensationally popular in his day and had a strong influence on other writers. His occult works, along with those of J. Sheridan Le Fanu, form the basis of modern supernatural fiction." - Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997), p. 249. "The Haunted and the Haunters" is "the only one of Bulwer-Lytton's contributions to supernatural fiction likely to be read in the future. In it, his genuine ability to evoke moods of mystery and horror stands out. First published in Blackwood's Magazine, it has since been widely anthologized and remains a classic, perhaps the best haunted house story ever written. Its direct influence ranges from 'No. 252 Rue M. le Prince' in Ralph Adams Cram's BLACK SPIRITS AND WHITE (1895) to Richard Matheson's HELL HOUSE (1971). Whatever the fate of his novels, this tale will keep Bulwer-Lytton's name alive." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 63. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 306. Bleiler (1978), p. 34. Reginald 09377. Sadleir 409. Not in Wolfe.

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        Kate Greenaway

      London: Adam and Charles Black, 1905. - Edition de Luxe With an Original Pencil Sketch by Kate Greenaway[GREENAWAY, Kate]. SPIELMANN, M.H., and G.S. LAYARD. Kate Greenaway. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1905.Edition de Luxe. Limited to 500 numbered copies (this copy being No. 181), signed by the artist’s brother, John Greenaway. Large quarto (10 1/2 x 8 1/8 inches; 267 x 206 mm.). xix, [1], 300, [1], [3, blank] pp. Color frontispiece and fifty-three color plates after Kate Greenaway, with descriptive tissue guards, and numerous black and white illustrations, including thirty-four half-tone plates.Original white cloth over bevelled boards with front cover and spine lettered in gilt and decoratively stamped in blind in a geometric and floral design. Top edge gilt. Color pictorial endpapers. A near fine copy.All 500 copies of the Edition de Luxe have original Kate Greenaway artwork bound in. Copy No. 1 has five watercolor sketches, copy No. 2 has four, copy No. 3 has three, copy No. 4 has two, and copy Nos. 5-10 each have one watercolor sketch. Beginning with copy No. 11, each copy has an original pencil sketch.This copy has an exceptional original pencil sketch by Kate Greenaway depicting a young girl, standing facing left, wearing a long dress with an empire waist, big puffy sleeves, and a wide sash with a bow at the back. At upper right, are detailed sketches of her arms, wearing long fingerless gloves, resting on a surface."Containing upwards of 80 full page illustrations, 53 of which are reproduced in facsimile from original water-colour drawings by Kate Greenaway. There are also numerous thumb nail sketches with pen and pencil throughout the text, many of them from letters to Ruskin. Few of the illustrations have ever been published before. The Edition de Luxe is limited to 500 copies each copy being signed by Mr. John Greenaway and numbered. It contains the earliest impressions of the illustrations, and the letterpress is printed on hand-made paper. Bound in white vellum cloth, gilt top Each of these copies contains an original pencil sketch by Kate Greenaway Fifteen Extra Copies. Each of these copies contains at least one original water-color sketch by Kate Greenaway" (Publisher’s Prospectus).Schuster & Engen 226. Thomson 400. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        KATE GREENAWAY

      Adam & Charles Black 1905 - 1st 1905. Very good condition with no wrapper. Deluxe limited edition of 500 copies, SIGNED by Kate Greenaway's brother, John Greenaway. Cream cloth with gilt titles and blind decorations. With an original sketch by Kate Greenaway. Beautiful plates that have captioned page guards. Copy No. 341 of 500. SIGNED by John Greenaway on original sketch page and copy no. page. All colour plates are present. Some grubby marks and a few small indentation marks to covers. Front joint is a bit cracked. Some browning to outer page edges. Light foxing to a few plate guards. Some light finger marks to page margins. Still a great copy of this scarce item! [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Photograph Album of Anticosti Island

      Unknown - 1905. () Near fine. Oblong Folio in gilt stamped full leather, silk moire endpapers, all edges gilt with 29 photographs approximately 28.5 X 39 CM - both vertical and horizontal formats. Photographer Unknown. Includes a portrait of Henri Menier (1853-1913) and photo of Quebec City from the river, the rest showing Anticosti Island many of the improvements made by Menier since its aquisition, including exterior and interior shots of his mansion at Baie-Ellis, the new settlements, road improvements, etc and of the 'Bacchante' a 1, 200 ton yacht which Menier bought from the Russian, Prince Stroganoff than outfitted with naval guns. Inscribed and Signed by Henri Menier on Portrait to Captain Newton. Rare there being only a few similar albums with different photos and qualities. Aquired from the Newton Family. In December 1895, Henri Menier, a rich French chocolate manufacturer, brought Anticosti island for $125,000.00, based on the recommendations of his life-long friend George-Martin Zede, with the intention of developing a model settlement and a fishing and hunting paradise that he could visit with his friends. Martin Zede who was named Director- General of the Island (1895-1926), spent considerable financial resources under the directions of Menier, until Menier's death in 1913. Henri Menier initially developed the village of English Bay which he renamed Bay-Holy-Claire in honour of his mother. Then, a few years later, ordered its installations to be moved to Ellis Bay, creating a new village that became Port-Menier where he built a sumptuous villa for his infrequent visits, at the cost of $130,000.00. Martin Zede developed the lumber, agriculture annd fishing bringing a certain amount of prosperity for the islands' inhabitants. The most extravagant was the introductiong of several animal species of which the stag of Virginia constitutes one of the principal richness of the island today. With the death of Henri Menier, in 1913, his brother Gaston continued, in a less intensive way, the development of the island including the construction of several fishing and hunting lodges and the development of tourism related to these activities. Gaston Menier (1855-1934), was an active member of the Quebec Yacht Club 1905-13 and proprietor of the yacht Bacchante. In 1926, Gaston would resell the island to 'Wayagamack Pulp and Paper' for approximately $6,000,000.00. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Manuel Historique et Bibliographique de L'Amateur de Reliures.

      Paris Gruel & Engelmann; Léon Gruel and Henri LeClerc 1887, 1905 - Two quarto volumes. 186 pp., + (68) ff.; 186 pp. + (70) ff. Volume I is one of 250 copies, volume II one of 600 copies. Illustrated with a total of 138 reproductions of bindings and related materials in black and white, monochrome, and a number of stunning color plates apparently printed by intaglio. Also with one tipped-in leaf and numerous text vignettes. A history of the subject by the well-known French binder and scholar Gruel, with biographical notes on numerous binders and examples of bindings dating from the eleventh through the eighteenth century. In contemporary quarter blue morocco and marbled boards, with the original color-decorated wrappers bound in. Books are not uniform in size, volume I being slightly larger than volume II. Hinges of both volumes worn and split at spine ends, small amount of chipping and rubbing to spines, top of spine of volume one repaired, some offsetting to interior. Plates in fine condition. T.e.g. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        THE HINDERED HAND

      Tenn.: The Orion Publishing, 1905. Book. Good. Hardback. First Edition. 5 x 7 ½. Title: THE HINDERED HAND/SUTTON E. GRIGGS/1905/SUPER RARE/ FIRST ED? Author: Sutton E. Griggs Publisher/Copyright: The Orion Publishing, Tenn 1905 Edition: Not sure if this is the First Edition Condition:(all defects if any are formulated into pricing) The outside has a used look about it. There are some very small greenish like paint stains on the top to the spine that are almost unnoticeable. The paste on picture on the front board has some slight rubbing. There is a penciled signature that can easily be erased on the front endpaper and the inside back board. Heavy like foxing on the first and last few pages. Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean but foxed, book is tight and sturdy. A good copy. Size: 5 x 7 ½ (approximately)Pages: 303 pages Binding/Cover: Hardback without dust jacket Shipping & Handling: U.S. , Insurance extra. Refunds: All items are 100% refundable up to 10 days after item received Background/Description: Not sure if this is the First Edition. There is a third edition on the Internet selling for $1800. The only 2 First Editions are in the $2950-3500 range. SUPER RARE COPY!!!!!! The Orion Publishing, Tenn 1905. Good(minus)/None dust jacket condition. Overall book has a used look about it inside and outside. Rough outside with heavy foxing inside. The reign of the Repressionist. Really good price for this possible First Edition, I'm not sure about the points. But there is only one date on the copyright and title page and it is 1905. The book is dark maroon in color. GRIGGS, SUTTON ELBERT (1872-1933). Sutton Elbert Griggs, novelist and minister, was born at Chatfield, Texas, to Rev. Allen R. Griggs in 1872. His father was a former Georgia slave who had become a prominent Baptist minister in Texas. After graduating from Dallas public schools and Bishop College in Marshall (1890), Griggs attended Richmond Theological Seminary at Richmond, Virginia, between 1890 and 1893. On May 10, 1897, he married Emma J. Williams of Portsmouth, Virginia. Upon graduating from seminary Griggs took a pastorate in Berkley, Virginia. It was here that he wrote his first novel, Imperium In Imperio (1899), which may be the first black nationalist novel. Over the course of his career Griggs wrote more than a dozen books, including five novels, five social tracts, his autobiography, a short biography of John L. Webb, and The Kingdom Builder's Manual (1924), a booklet of biblical quotations. At his expense he published and distributed these works, which were generally written for "the aspiring classes of the black south." Although virtually unknown among whites, his writings were generally read by African Americans. Griggs wrote in a very direct style that was somewhat stiff and formal. He was one of the few Southern members of the Niagra movement, a civil rights group which had an outspoken platform based on the issue of racial and social justice and which eventually evolved into the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Although he has often been characterized as a black nationalist based on the plot of his first novel, this may be an overgeneralization since his subsequent novels do not contain this theme. In Imperium in Imperio Griggs chronicles the social and political injustice to which blacks are subjected. He describes the meeting of the Imperium in Imperio, a secret political organization in Waco, Texas, composed of blacks who are frustrated with the social and political status of blacks in America. In the novel the leader of the organization argues for the violent takeover of the state of Texas. Neither this work nor any subsequent novel by Griggs received widespread distribution. Although succeeding Griggs novels, Overshadowed (1901), Unfettered (1902), The Hindered Hand (1905), and Pointing the Way (1908), are deemed "less militant" by some scholars, they received poor circulation. One reason may be that many of Griggs's philosophies on rac.

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        Rip Van Winkle

      William Heinemann, London 1905 - Second impression, November 1905. Finely bound by Zaehndorf, between 1905-1915, in full dark green morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands. With many tipped in colour plates, captioned tissues, bound in at the back. Some foxing, o/w Good & Sound. 4to (7 1/2 x 10 1/4") Size: 4to [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SIMPLICISSIMUS jargang 10 (april 1905 a mars 1906) Con la legatura orginale editoriale nera e l'immagine del CAGNONE in prima di copertina., Munchen, Langen Albert, 1905

      - Unico volume rilegato cmm. 28,5 x 38, numero pag. per fasc. irregolari. totale annata pp. 528, comprese le numerose di pubblicit? sia a colori che in b/n. In questa annata sono inseriti 52 numeri del "Bleibat des Simplicissimus" di 4-6 facciate cadauno, che non hanno numerazione e sono veicoli di bella pubblicit? e di alcune caricature in b/n. La quantit? delle pagine rende questa annata particolarmente corposa Non manca alcun numero e la raccolta è in condizioni più che buone. Il famoso stile di SIMPLICISSIMUS, divenuto leggendario, aveva un taglio critico-satirico verso il potere e la vita borghese, ma sono interessanti anche gli articoli letterari, poesie e racconti. In questa annata è assai interessante uno scritto di THOMAS MANN alla pagina 62, ed un'altro di suo fratello Heinrich Mann alla pag. 508. Risulta che Thomas Mann (premio Nobel per la letteratura 1929) abbia collaborato alla rivista gi? dal 1896. Fondamentali poi contributi artistici con gli straordinari e graffianti disegni a colori dei grandi disegnatori ed animatori Olaf Gulbranson (riconosciuto come uno dei più grandi illustratori della sua epoca ed anima del giornale), Heine (il creatore del famoso cagnone), Bruno Paul, Reznicef, Schulz, Eduard Thony, Engl, Steinlen e tanti altri. All'inizio c'è il prezioso indice di tutta l'annata con dettagli utilissimi. Ognuna delle centinaia di figure. lancia messaggi e simboli e può essere considerata come un editoriale od un articolo di fondo. Le immagini hanno anche un valore artistico indiscutibile. (abbiamo una seconda annata completa rilegata in tutta tela azzurra - prezzo 400 euro)

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        RIP VAN WINKLE

      William Heinemann. London.,1905. EARLY RACKHAM EDITION. Second impression, the same format as the First edition, published two months earlier. 4to.(10.1 x 7.7 inches). Colour frontis and forty nine colour plates, mounted onto thicker paper and with a printed tissue guard. Publishers dark green cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine. Illustration of Rip Van Winkle stamped in gilt to front board. Lower hinge split to the middle of spine. Apart from some foxing to the first four text pages this is a clean copy internally. A near very good copy of this beautiful book. The first of the famous tipped in colour plate gift books that made Rackham a household name.:.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Rip Van Winkle

      London: William Heinemann 1905. pp. frontis., viii., 62 and 49 further tipped-in plates. All 50 plates have captioned tissue guards. A few marks here and there, , and some splits to the head and tail of the spine, but an attractive copy overall. In the original dark green decorated cloth. Some foxing. Published the same year as the first edition . Good. Decorated Cloth. 2nd Impression. 1905. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Dritte asiatische Forschungsreise des Grafen Eugen Zichy. Band VI. Forschungen im Osten zur Aufhellung des Ursprungs der Magyaren. Geschichtliche Übersicht und meine Wahrnehmungen, Erfahrungen mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Ergebnisse meiner Expeditionen. Harmadik Àzsiai utazása. VI. Kötet. Keleti Kutatások a Magyarság eredetének felderitese érdewkén. Történelmi áttekintes es észleleteim, tapasztalataim különös tekintettel, expeditiom eredményeire.,

      Budapest/Lpz., Hornyanszky Viktor/Karl W. Hiersemann 1905. - 4°. 2 Bll., 303 (1) S. Mit 106 Abb., 1 gefalt. Karte de Mongolei, 1 gefalt. Taf. HLn. Karte einger. pp. Mit eh., 12-zeiliger eh. Widmung von Gróf Jenö Zichy (1837-1906), datiert, 20. 02. 1906. Das Werk ist in deutsch und ungarisch verfasst. - Beiliegend: die in ungarisch gehaltene Parte von Zichy Jenö gróf. Budapest 28. Dezember 1906. Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Drei Abhandlungen zur Sexualtheorie.

      Deuticke, Leipzig 1905 - 8vo. [ii], 83, [1] pp. Original printed wrappers preserved in a clamshell box. An excellent copy with the back strip redone. First edition of the work which Freud himself considered second in importance only to his Die Traumdeutung. Freud introduces here his epochal theory of infantile sexuality, which linked the forces motivating the development of body and mind from earliest infancy, a contribution of utmost value. Infantile sexuality was a fact known, Freud said, to every nursemaid, yet the Three essays provoked (and still provokes) considerable controversy in both scientific and popular sectors. The importance of the Three essays to Freud is underscored by the fact that it was the only book besides The interpretation of dreams that he submitted to constant revision, with six editions published in his lifetime. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        RIP VAN WINKLE

      Heinemann 1905 - First edition, deluxe issue, number 49 of only 250 copies, signed and numbered by Arthur Rackham. Large 4to. Full publisher's ivory vellum with gilt lettering and vignettes. Top edge gilt and others untrimmed. A near fine copy, bright and clean, with just a couple of small spots on the upper cover. The original slipcase present, but repaired. Mounted colour frontis and 50 mounted colour plates at the end, all on brown art paper and under captioned tissue guards. Contents are very clean, with only light spotting to endpapers. This book was the first of the opulent Christmas Gift books. Its beauty and popularity began the "Golden Age of Book Illustration," in which publishers and illustrators competed to present the most beautiful volumes to the gift market. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Rip van Winkle.

      Leipzig, E. A. Seemann, 1905. - Illstrated by 50 color plates by Arthur Rackham. The German edition of Rackham's Rip Van Winkle illustrations. The 50 plates are each mounted on dark green paper sheets. The text is in dark green paper covers, 46pp.+ list of plates, both fit in a 12 x 9 1/2' cloth covered portfolio with a design of Rip van Winkle on the front cover, bound by Hubel & Denck. A few minor dark spots to cloth, slight buckling, small bend to inner flap, else, a fine set. Not in the Rackham bibliographies. Order of plates differs fron the English edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        RIP VAN WINKLE

      William Heinemann 1905 - 2nd 1905. Very good condition with no wrapper. Frontis and 50 superb colour plates, tissue-guarded and mounted on green card at rear of book. 62 text pages. Green cloth, gilt titles and vignette to front cover. Spine and corners slightly bumped and rubbed. Covers bright and clean. Tiny bookseller's sticker to front pastedown. Foxing to prelims, some text pages and some tissue guards. Two mounts have corner bumps but all plates are in fine condition. A lovely copy of the 2nd impression, published in same year and identical to first edition. [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Voyage of the "Discovery" With 260 Full-page and Smaller Illustrations by Dr. E.A. Wilson and other Members of the Expedition, Photogravure Frontispieces, 12 Coloured plates in Facsimile from Dr. Wilson’s Sketches, Panoramas and Maps. In two volumes.

      London Smith, Elder & Co. 1905 - A decent copy of this work. First edition - First Impression. Two volumes. Both are with clean blue cloth, with gilt embossed roundels and titles. These are a little rubbed. T.E.G. Internally, the pages are somewhat foxed, particularly to the initial pages. The maps are present to both volumes (map to rear) but that to volume two appears to be a high quality colour facsimile. This has been a private library copy with a few stamps to it only. 12 colour plates, two folding maps, many other illustrations. Collated. xix, [i], 556. xii, 508. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Harrison-Hiett Rare Books. ABA/ILAB PBFA]
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        En Costume d'Eve. Etudes de Nu Féminin d'après Nature. Album destiné aux artistes et aux amateurs

      Rich. Eckstein Nachf. ND (ca 1905), Berlin - Folio. 20 loose plates, as issued. Original decorative full cienna cloth, with embossed green lettering and Art Nouveau decoration on front board. Decorative nude photograph at center of front cover and on title-page. Collection of 20 1900s glamour nude photographs of women in outdoor settings, each one measuring 6.5" X 9", and tipped in on gray card stock. Some edgewear on portfolio with minor soiling and discoloration. Closed tears and chipping on title-page. Title in French. Portfolio in overall good-, interior in very good, photographs in near fine to fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        Papeles de Nueva España

      Establecimiento tipografia and Vargas Rea, Madrid and Mexico City 1905 - 37 volumes. 6 volumes bound in red cloth with original wrappers bound in, the other volumes bound in wrappers. Various sizes from Royal octavo (9 1/2" x 7") to octavo (8" x 6") From the library of George M Foster. Handbook of Middle American Indians, volume 13. 1st edition Modern scholarship continues to be deeply indebted to the labors of Francisco del Paso y Troncoso, less for any extended completed studies or synthesis than for a lifetime of collecting historical materials of the greatest importance to continuing investigation. His activities in Europe during the 23 years he spent searching out, copying and preparing for publication a vast store of prime documentary materials for the pre-Conquest and colonial history of Mexico have been abundantly documented. Paso y Troncoso saw his prime mission as twofold. First, he proposed to gather and publish as complete a corpus of Sahagun documents as possible. His interest in the great Franciscan had stemmed from the days when Paso y Troncoso as a young man had helped Joaquin Garcia Icazbalceta prepare the latter's Bibliografia mexicana del siglo XVI. Second, he expected to copy documentary source materials related to colonial Mexico, an elaborate group of varied papers which he generically called "Papeles de Nueva Espana." In a letter from Madrid, Paso y Troncoso outlined to the Secretary of Public Instruction his views and plans for the "Papeles de Nueva Espana". He mentioned that for various reasons the material had he had compiled for publication under that general title should be divided into series, each according to the class of data it contained. Each series would begin with a volume 1, and subsequent volumes would include similar documents, rather than being only a single series with diverse materials. Various circumstances frustrated Paso y Troncoso's dream of putting numerous volumes of several series each of the PNE into print. He published four relatively complete volumes, and two partial volumes, of Series 2. "Geography and Statistics." Complete were volumes 1, 4, 5, 6 and partially complete were volumes 3 and 7 (all included in these volumes). At Paso y Troncoso's death various works were in the printing houses of Spain. Most of these volumes seem to have been lost or dispersed. Only volume 1 of series was published, Salazar's Cronica de Nueva Espana (lacking in these volumes, but offered separately by the Hispanic Society). Several later hands have dipped into the mass of material Paso y Troncoso compiled for PNE and have utilized his transcripts or copies for publication. Series 1, "Bibliographies," was respectably issued in four volumes under the general title Indices de documentos de Nueva Espana existentes en el Archivo de Indias de Sevilla, 1928-1933 lacking in these volumes. The unpublished portions of Series 2, volume 2 "Geography and Statistics," have appeared under the imprint of Luis Vargas Rea included in these volumes. Vargas Rea in his supplement to Series 2, volume 3, in 7 parts included in these volumes did not complete the reports on the archdiocese of Mexico. From 1944 through 1946, Vargas Rea published most of the hitherto unpublished materials Paso y Troncoso had compiled for volume 7, Relationes geograficas from Michoacan. Six of the eight parts are included in these volumes. In 1948 Volume 9 of PNE, Series 2, appeared under the Vargas Rea imprint in seven small volumes included in these volumes It reproduced what Paso y Troncoso had considered to be the second part of the Memoriales of Bishop Alonso Mota y Escobar, a portion dealing with Nueva Galicia from a manuscript he had found in the British Museum. The whole of the Vargas Rea publications were numbered limited edition prints usually not exceeding 150 and often not more than 100 copies. Thus making the entire printing of Paso y Troncoso vary scarce. George McClelland Foster, Jr born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on October 9, 1913, died on May 18, 2006, at his home in the hills above the ca [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Book Collector, Inc.]
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        Leçons de mécanique céleste professées a la Sorbonne [Tome I, Tome II, Tome III] (Lessons of Celestial Mechanics)

      Gauthier-Villars, Paris 1905 - Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1905-1910. First Edition. 3 volumes in 4, vi, 365, [3]; [4], 165, [3]; [4], 136, [2], + 2 ad.; [4], 472. Illustrated with text figures and two folding world maps in Vol. III. 10x6½, original grey printed wrappers. First edition of a work fundamental to celestial mechanics. Poincaré was one of the greatest mathematical minds of the 19th century; his work on the "three-body problem" (the gravitational interplay of three masses) leads some to credit him as a co-discoverer of the special theory of relativity, along with Einstein and Lorentz. The present is one of two of Poincaré's major works on the subject. With the inkstamp of Paul Berg. Scarce, no copies appear in ABPC for the past 20 years. Some light wear and staining/darkening to spines, back wrapper of Vol. III chipped at edges, minor splitting at joints, but overall very good or better with clean pages partially unopened. Another one of those sets you just have to hold in your hands and stare at sometimes. L1516 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE FLOWER BOOK Signed

      Henri Piazza et Cie. for the Fine Art Society, London 1905 - Landmark Pre-Raphaelite Masterpiece Of The Book Arts. First edition in the ORIGINAL unbound state. One of a very small limitation of Three Hundred Numbered in Longhand Copies [by Georgiana Burne-Jones]. Publisher's leather & cloth clamshell case. Folio (13 X 17 1/2 inches). This production consists of the famous thirty eight original water-colour designs by Burne-Jones brilliantly reproduced by the publisher. The plates are housed in the original publisher's gilt-lettered clamshell case 1/4 dark green Morocco with matching cloth refreshed by expert modest repair. As originally intended by the publisher, the introductory quarto gilt-lettered booklet bound in green cloth is present as a separate publication with the title-page, half-title, text and index printed in red & green, except for the four-page document "Facsimile of Part of the Lists of Flowers Made by Sir Edward Burne-Jones" at the back, printed in black as required. Of the 38 original loose colour plates mounted separately with facing text in their original window mattes, 35 are present with three missing plates masterfully crafted & supplied in facsimile by an expert paper conservationist matching paper stock quality, matting, colour quality & the original hand-lettered typography - no expense was spared to faithfully complete & perfect this famous presentation. Very few copies of this important example of "fin de siècle livre d'artiste" have survived in any condition at all. If any surface, they are usually bound-up as a book in the traditional fashion. Copies with the plates loose as issued are very rare [perhaps fewer than 20 copies]. "The pictures in this book are not of flowers themselves, but of subjects suggested by their names. The first meaning of many of these has long been forgotten, and new meanings are here found for them in the imagination of the artist". He began the series for his own pleasure in 1882, as rest from more laborious work, keeping by him a list of beautiful names that he had met with & choosing subjects amongst them from time to time according to his mood. All the pictures take the same form, a circle about six inches in diameter kind of magic mirror in which the vision appears and he wished them not to be separated, because, wide as is their scope, one spirit, that of pure fantasy, unites them. Many of the paintings draw on Arthurian and classical legend, and on the Bible, and some are re-workings of favourite themes, for example `Wake, Dearest!' depicts `The Sleeping Beauty', a story he turned to again and again in his several `Briar Rose' series. These freely worked little pictures, some of them unfinished, were done purely for the artist's own pleasure and it may be for this reason that they possibly contain `a fuller expression of himself than exists elsewhere in his work'. Georgiana Burne-Jones - From the Preface. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The self-interpreting Bible, with commentaries, references, harmony of the gospels and the helps needed to understand and teach the text, illustrated and explained by over four hundred photographs showing the places of Bible event as they appear to-day

      Boston ; J.Q. Adams 1905 - Complete in 4 volumes. Related names: Lee, James Wideman (1849-1919). Cooke, Henry (1788-1868). Brown, John (1722-1787). Bain, Robert Edward Mather (1858-1932). Description: 4 v. col. fronts., illus., plates (part col.) maps (1 fold.) 30 x 24 cm. Subjects: Bible - Commentaries. Bible - Dictionaries. Very good copies all in the original gilt-blocked leather over matching buckram boards. Professionally re-cased with the original spines laid back; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans etc. on request. 8 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Life, Letters and Travels of Father Pierre-Jean De Smet, S.J. 1801-1873. Missionary Labors and Adventures among the Wild Tribes of the North American Indians, Embracing Minute Description of their Manners, Customs, Games, Modes of Warfare and Torture, Legends, Traditions. Edited from the Original Unpublished Manuscript, Journals, Letter Books and from his Printed Works with Historical, Geographical, Ethnological and other Notes; Also a Life of Father De Smet.

      New York, Francis P. Harper, 1905 - 4 volumes, octavo. Original dark green vertical fine-ribbed cloth, title gilt to spines. Hinges of vols. I & IV cracking, indistinct splash mark to upper board of vol. IV, but overall a very good set. Frontispiece to each and 12 other plates, folding map in end-pocket to Volume IV. First Edition. The Jesuit Father De Smet's Life provides an overview of his life and travels among Western Indian tribes from 1838–70. His journals and notes contain some of the earliest records of the life and customs of tribal life in the Northwest. Howes C392; Howgego S29. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Compleat Angler

      Caradoc Press, Chiswick 1905 - Beautiful edition of The Compleat Angler, exquisitely bound by Kelliegram. Printed in red and black. Frontispiece portrait of Walton, initials, and illustrations designed and engraved by H. G. Webb. Chiswick, Caradoc Press, 1905. Octavo, olive morocco stamped with gilt design of a water lily and fish swirling around the title on front cover, repeating fish motif along spine, and gilt turn-ins, by Kelliegram, unevenly faded to brown, joints slightly rubbed; front hinge cracked, top edges trimmed and gilt; bookplate. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Morgen. Farbholzschnitt.

      Um 1905.. Signiert "Carl-Alexander Brendel", nummeriert und bezeichnet "Orig. Holzschnitt, Handabzug Nr. 37./50. Druck auf breitrandigem China. 37 x 47 cm. Papier: 44,5 x 51,5 cm.. Großformatiger Holzschnitt in wirkunsvollem, zarten Kolorit. Exemplar 37/50. - Der Maler, Holzschneider und Illustrator von Kinderbüchern, Karl Alexander Brendel, war Sohn des Malers Albert Brendel. 1894-1899 besuchte er die Fürstliche freie Zeichenschule Weimar. Es folgten Studienjahre in Paris und Berlin, dort war er 1905 bis 1911 ein Meisterschüler von Albert Hertel und Paul Friedrich Meyerheim.1921-1924 lehrte Brendel als Professor an der Großherzoglich-Sächsischen Kunstschule in Weimar. - Schwache Knickspuren in der oberen linken Ecke. Minimale Braunfleckchen im Rand. Oberer Rand 3 cm umgeknickt. Lose auf Karton (mit Trockenstempel "Saturn" montiert.

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        G.m.b.H. Gravir-Anstalt und Messing-Schriften-Fabrik Krefeld (Rheinl.) Catalog C. Moderne Verzierungen für die Vergoldepresse. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen, enthaltend die Positionen "P 1" bis "P 3340", darunter zahlreiche "Garnituren", die mehrere Abb. umfassen. Krefeld, (Druck: Wilhelm Greven), ohne Jahr, ca. 1905. 4to. (31,6 x 24,5 cm). 359 S. Flexibler Orig.-Karton mit flachem Leinenrücken u. illustriertem u. goldgeprägtem Vorderdeckel ("Katalog über Verzierungen für die Vergoldepresse").

      . . Umfangreiches Musterbuch mit einer Fülle an historisierenden u. Jugendstil-Beispielen für die Anwendung von Goldverzierungen auf Büchern, Katalogen, Drucksachen, Verpackungen, Papp- und Buchbinderarbeiten, Preislisten, Einladungen, Post- u. anderen Karten sowie aller Art von Luxuspapier. - Die Darstellungen in Schwarz (einige zusätzlich in hellem Rot), Nummern, Preise, kurze Erläuterungen, ergänzende Texte sowie Rahmen in hellem Blaugrün gedruckt. - Zur Datierung: Auf S. 272 findet sich ein Hinweis auf die Weltausstellung in Lüttich 1905, auf S. 273 einer auf den 100. Todestag Friedrich Schillers. - Weitere nachweisbare Kataloge dieser Firma sind u.a. "Catalog B. Moderne Schriften und Gravuren für die Vergoldepresse" u. "Catalog E. Messingschriften und Zierat nur für die Vergoldepresse". Umschlag mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren. Zahlreiche Blätter gestempelt. Einige Blatt lose. 1 Blatt mit Eckabriß, einige kleine Einrisse. Sonst gut erhalten.

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        Geschichte der Photographie.

      . 3.-4. Aufl. 2 vols. Halle a. S.: Wilhelm Kanpp. 1905-1932. Richly illustr. XVI + 484 pp. + XII plates; XXXII, 590-1108 pp. + IV plates. Publisher's half leather, slightly rubbed..

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        Am Sonntag (Böhmen) - Drei Bäuerinnen im Gespräch. Radierung in Braunton. Ca. 1905.

      . 22,5 : 21,8 cm auf starkem, harten Bütten mit WZ. 32,4 : 24,3 cm.. Unten Mitte mit typographischem Titel: "Am Sonntag (Böhmen)". Verso in Bleistift signiert. - Aus der Auflage in der "Zeitschrift für Bildende Kunst", Bd. XXI, Heft 8. - Am Rand stockfleckig u. etwas gebräunt.

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer Antiquariat und Galeri]
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        Der Pferdesport. Das Goldene Buch des Renn-, Reit- und Traber-Sports. 3 Theile in einem Band. 1. Theil: Das Vollblut unter dem Protektorate seiner Durchlaucht des Herr Carl Fürst zu Trauttmansdorff. Präsident des Jockey-Club für Oesterreich. 2. Theil: Campagne- und Herrenreiten. Unter dem hohen Protektorate seiner Kaiserlichen und Königlichen Hoheit, des Herrn Erzherzogs Franz Ferdinand D'Este. 3. Theil: Der Traber. Unter dem Protektorate seiner Hochgeboren des Herrn Rudolf Grafen Wrbna-Kaunitz. Präsident des Wiener Trabrenn-Vereins. Herausgegeben von einem Redaktions-Comite von Fachmännern.

      Wien und Leipzig, Verlag Halm und Goldmann, 1905.. Mit 18 Kunsttafeln, Chromobild und 900 photographischen Darstellungen., 80, 36, 102 Seiten., quer Folio, illustrierte und geprägte OLeinwand.,. Einband etwas berieben, die Buchkanten sind etwas bestoßen, der hintere Buchdeckel leicht fleckig, Papier altersbedingt gering gilb, sonst gutes und sehr schönes Exemplar.

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