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        Der Kampf Um Den Entwickelungs -Gedanken,. Drei Vortrage , Gehalten am 14., 16. Und 19. April 1905 Im Saale Der Sing-Akademie Zu Berlin

      Berlin: Georg Reimer, 1905. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR on half-title page -" Herr Professor Dr. Hans Wattengren (Lund) (see pictures) Ernst Haeckel". Title translates to "Last Words on Evolution". Ernst Haeckel promoted and popularized Charles Darwin's work in Germany and developed the controversial recapitulation theory ("ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny") claiming that an individual organism's biological development, or ontogeny, parallels and summarizes its species' evolutionary development, or phylogeny. (Wikipedia). Book is Very Good, wrappers have 1" and 2" tears at spine and wrappers a bit rubbed. SCARCE in collectible condition, and especially so SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR.. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR. First Edition. Printed Wrappers. Very Good/No Jacket, As Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

      [Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books]
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        Geschichte des 1. Feldartillerie-Regiments Prinz-Regent Luitpold - I. - IV. Band, 1791 - 1806/1806 - 1824/1824 - 1911/1911 - 1920

      Berlin/München, Verlag Mittler und Sohn/Verlag Schick, 1905 ff., Ganzleineneinband, 449 + 671 + 827 + 590 Seiten, mit Lichtdruckbildern, Abbildungen, farbigen Uniformbildern, Kartenskizzen, Karten, Band I Gelenk geplatzt, sonst Zustand 2 (OB) (OB)

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        Geschichte des 1. Feldartillerie-Regiments Prinz-Regent Luitpold - I. - IV. Band, 1791 - 1806/1806 - 1824/1824 - 1911/1911 - 1920,

      1905 - Berlin/München, Verlag Mittler und Sohn/Verlag Schick, 1905 ff., Ganzleineneinband, 449 + 671 + 827 + 590 Seiten, mit Lichtdruckbildern, Abbildungen, farbigen Uniformbildern, Kartenskizzen, Karten, Band I Gelenk geplatzt, sonst Zustand 2 (OB) (OB) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 700

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        Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon 6. Auflage, 20 Bände (A-Z), 1905-1909, Prachtausgabe

      Bibliographisches Institut 1905-1909, Leipzig und Wien - Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon. Sechste (6.) gänzlich neubearbeitete & vermehrte Auflage. Prachtausgabe. 20 Bände (A-Z komplett). Leipzig und Wien, Bibliographisches Institut, 1905-1909 (bis auf ein Band Neuer Abdruck). Original-Halblederbände mit zwei roten Rückenschildern, Goldprägungen & Kopfgoldschnitt. Mit Chromo-Lithographien. Wie Sie auch den ersten acht Originalbildern entnehmen können, ist die Rückenansicht sehr harmonisch. Die oft aufgehellten Buchrücken bzw. Rückenetiketten hier noch weitestgehend dunkel; die Goldverzierungen mit Glanz. Buchrücken & Außengelenke ohne den sonst so häufigen Fehlstellen oder Einrissen. Ledereinband & Buchecken nur gering berieben bzw. bestoßen. Leinenbezug der Buchdeckel, einschließlich an den Deckelkanten, ohne Bereibung. Seitlicher Buchschnitt meist etwas fleckig (s. auch Bild 4). Bei neun Bänden finden sich auf dem Buchdeckel ein bis teils mehrere kleine Flecke, alles nicht gravierend, die drei auffälligsten Deckel siehe Bild 6. Innen fest in der Bindung. Alle Seiten, Karten & Grafiken vorhanden. Kein unangenehmer Geruch, keine losen Seiten. Die Abbildungen beeindrucken durch ihren Glanz & ihre Farbbrillanz. Zwei Textseiten am Rand ein kleines Stück eingerissen. Vier bedruckte Seidenpapiere sind gerissen. In einem Band gibt es über drei Seiten Anstreichungen & Vermerke mit rotem Stift (s. Bild 8). Eine doppelseitige Abbildung ist mittig ein kleines Stück beschädigt, eine zweite Abbildung ebenfalls mittig sowie an einer weiteren Stelle (beides sehr unauffällig). Insgesamt sind ca. 80% der Seiten nicht fleckig. Fleckigkeit findet sich vor allem auf den vorderen & hinteren Seiten, ansonsten im restlichen Buch gelegentlich (meist an den Seitenrändern); in wenigen Fällen in etwas stärkerem Umfang. 50000 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Selection of Chinese Carvings

      Spink & Sons Galleries Ca. 1905, London - First edition. Octavo. 3/4 Gilt tooled leather over blue cloth. Fine. 50 Pages, richly illustrated in black and white and 1 coloured image. A very scarce and early catalogue covering lacquer, wood, amber, soapstone, jade, ivory, horn, hardstones, glass and sculpture. This catalogue was originally published as a paperback edition and has been privately bound in 3/4 leather. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meijering Art Books]
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        MORDEKHAI ‘IMANUEL NOAH [AND] MASAOT B’ANGLIAH, TSFARAT, SEFARD, U’V’ARTZOT BARBARIA

      Warsaw: Achiasaf Society 1905 - 1st Edition [and] 1st Hebrew edition. Modern boards, 8vo, [66], 25 pages. 22 cm. In Hebrew. Two books published together. First Title is Mordekhai ‘Imanuel Noah by Rabbi Max Raisin. Title translates to Mordecai Manuel Noah. Second title is Masaot by Mordecai Manuel Noah, the First Hebrew translation of Noah’s famous "Travels in England, France, Spain and the Barbary States, in the years 1813-14 and 15." Publishing the work in Hebrew, in Eastern Europe, was a way to reach the wider Jewish world to tell the amazing story of Noah, probably the most powerful Jew in the Western Hemisphere of the early 19th Century. Both are published by the Achiasaf Society, a Hebrew language publisher founded by noted Zionist thinker Asher Zvi Hirsch Ginzberg, better known as Ahad Ha’Am. It contains a brief biography of American-Jewish statesman and proto-Zionist thinker, Mordecai Manuel Noah, and Noah’s own accounts of his travels in England, France, Spain, and the Barbary Coast. (Today known as the Greater Maghreb. ) Noah, a journalist, playwright, politician, and lawyer, was one of the most prominent Jews of Early America, and served as Consul to Kingdom of Tunis (modern Tunisia) under President James Madison. When then-Secretary of State James Monroe removed Noah from Noah’s post, citing his religion as an "obstacle", it sparked an outcry among American Jews and non-Jews alike, with Noah receiving letters of support from John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison. Discouraged from pursuing government positions, Noah continued his career as a newspaperman in New York, founding and editing numerous publications there. Unfortunately, Noah is probably best remembered for his ambitious but failed attempt to establish "Ararat, A Jewish City of Refuge" on Grand Island in Upstate New York. Noah’s ardent belief that Jews would flock to his settlement to escape international persecution proved false, and "Ararat" never came to be. Masaot was written in 1814, before Noah’s removal from his position of Consul, and ten years before the failure of Ararat. His biography is written by Rabbi Max Raisin, prominent early 20th-century historian of Jewish America. SUBJECT(S) Jewish politicians -- United States -- Biography -- Voyages and Travels. OCLC lists only 4 copies worldwide (NYPL, YU, HUC, and UPENN) . Ex-Library with usual markings. Paper beginning to yellow. Otherwise Very Good Condition. Rare. (AMR-50-1) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books, LLC]
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        Antarctica or Two Years Amongst the Ice of the South Pole

      New York: Macmillan, 1905. First edition. Hardcover. Fine. Roy. 8vo, xviii + 680pp. Frontis. & col. fold-out maps, 4 col. plates, and b&w maps and ills and photos in text. Orig. green cloth, gilt title with a penguine motife in the centre. A very bright and clean copy that has a small crack in the upper and lower front hinge. Spence 861. The Swedish Polar expedition 1901-4 wintered at Prow Hill Island on the east side of Antarctic Peninsula. The ship "Antarctica", operating independently, was crushed in the ice and the crew wintered at Paulet Island. Fine inscription from a facinated reader who thought this " most dramatically interesting" I would have liked to hear the original inscriber's take on Shackletons "South " writen some 14 years later.

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints ]
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        The Novels of the Sisters Bronte in Ten Volumes. Jane Eyre (2 vols), Wuthering Heights, Villette (2 vols), Shirley (2 vols), The Professor, Tenant of Wildfell Hall (2 Vols, second vol. also contains Agnes Grey). 10 volumes in Total

      London: J. M. Dent & Co. 1905. In 10 volumes complete. Contemporary green half morocco over green cloth with raised bands to spines and gilt lettering. Top edges gilt. Spines faded to a uniform brown with 3 volumes of a slightly darker shade. Marbled endpapers. Spotting to fore-edges and prelims. Each volume contains six colour illustrations by Edmund Dulac. An attractive set. . Very Good. Half Morocco. First Edition Thus. 1905. 8vo..

      [Bookseller: Fosters' Bookshop]
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        The Poetical Works of William Blake. A New and Verbatim Text from the Manuscript Engraved and Letterpress Originals...

      Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1905. First Edition. Hard Cover. xxxvi, 384 p., 2 folding facsimiles (incl. frontispiece); 23 cm. Title continues: With variorum readings and bibliographical notes and prefaces, by John Sampson." Contents: General preface; Poems from the Poetical sketches; Songs from 'An Island in the Moon'; Songs of innocence; Songs of experience; Poems from the Rossetti manuscript; The Pickering manuscript; Poems from letters; Dedication of 'Blake's illustrations of Blair's grave'; Epigrams from Blake's annotated copy of Reynolds' works; Poems from the 'Prophetic books'; Verses from 'For the sexes. The gates of paradise.' "Editions," p. xxv-xxviii. This edition sparked the revival of scholarly interest in Blake. Bentley, Blake Books 300: "This is a work of pioneer scholarly importance, well informed, meticulously accurate, well-balanced and intelligent". Bound in full red leather, gold tooled, rebacked. Stock#OB676.

      [Bookseller: The Owl at the Bridge]
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        The Saga Library

      London: Bernard Quaritch, 1905. 6 volumes, small 8vo, original morocco-backed green cloth, upper covers and spines stamped in gilt, t.e.g. Vol. I: The Story of Howard the Halt. The Story of the Banded Men. The Story of Hen Thorir. Done into English out of the Icelandic, 1891. Three full-page maps; bottom two inches of spine perished, spine and joints rubbed. Vol. II: The Story ofthe Ere-Dwellers (Eyrbyggja Saga) with the Story of the Heath-Slayings...as appendix. Done into English out of the Icelandic, 1892. Two full-page maps and 9 pages of genealogies; small chips and cracks in spine. Vol. III: The Stories of the Kings of Norway called Round World (Heimskringla). Done into English out of the Icelandic, 1893. Large folding map in rear cover pocket; joints cracked, cords holding, extremities worn. Vol. IV: The Stories of the Kings of Norway called Round World (Heimskringla). Done into English out of the Icelandic, vol. II, 1894. Extremities worn. Vol. V: The Stories of the Kings of Norway called Round World (Heimskringla). Done into English out of the Icelandic, vol. III, 1895. Spine with cracks and worn. Vol. VI: The Stories of the Kings of Norway called Round World (Heimskringla). Done into English out of the Icelandic, vol. IV, 1905. Thirteen folding genealogical tables; extremities worn.

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        Kate Greenaway

      London: Adam and Charles Black, 1905 - Kate GreenawayIn A Fine Pictorial BindingGREENAWAY, Kate. SPIELMANN, M.H., LAYARD, G.S. [BINDING]. [BIRDSALL, binders]. Kate Greenaway. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1905. First edition. Octavo (8 7/8 x 6 1/4 inches; 225 x 160 mm.). [xx], 300, [1], [1, 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. Front and back blank leaves slightly foxed, some very minor and light marginal staining, otherwise near fine.Bound ca. 1905, most probably by Birdsall of Northampton, in three-quarter dark blue morocco over light blue cloth boards ruled in gilt. Spine with two raised bands decoratively paneled in gilt. The largest panel (3 3/4 x 2 inches) with a typical Kate Greenaway girl onlaid in various different colored morocco. Original color pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt. An excellent example.The roots of Birdsall of Northampton "stretch back to the early eighteenth century but it was in 1792 that John Lacy's Northampton bindery was acquired by William Birdsall, continuing in his family until 1961. In Birdsall's heyday, Gerring (Notes on Bookbinding, 1899) reported a staff of 250 engaged in making ladies handbags, fancy boxes, and stationary; as well as all types of bookbinding. The firm seemed always ready to experiment and careful records and samples were kept by Richard Birdsall, great-great-nephew of the founder, until he died in 1909. The firm's collection of over 3,000 finishing tools passed to the University of Toronto" (Maggs, Bookbinding in the British Isles II, #262, and #321). "Birdsall's is notable for the high quality of their leathers and finishings, as well as for the inventive style of their 'inlaid pictorial bindings'" (Chevalier Collection, Christie's November 9, 1990). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        PIE AND THE PATTY-PAN

      1905. POTTER, BEATRIX. POTTER,BEATRIX. THE PIE AND THE PATTY-PAN. London: Frederick Warne (1905). 12mo, maroon boards printed in silver, near Fine. Early printing with pictorial endpapers, similar to Quinby 9B except with a comma after "Joan" on half-title. Illustrated with color plates plus line illustrations on each page of text. Printed by EDMUND EVANS. Nice copy of a fragile book.

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        Wald-, Baum- und Vordergrund-Studien [Die Quelle IX.]

      Gerlach & Wiedling, Wien 1905 - Oblong quarto. 1 leaf (Title), 80 loose plates (as issued). Original illustrated cloth portfolio, with string ties. Collection of 80 striking artistic landscape photographs depicting forests, trees, meadows, gardens and foregrounds. Martin Gerlach's splendid photographs are reproduced in collotype, and each plate is numbered at verso. Portfolio soiled on covers, rubbed along edges, and frayed at head of spine. Moderate foxing and soiling to title. Title in German. Portfolio in overall fair to good-, interior in good+, plates in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        The Storm of London.

      Boston; Herbert B. Turner. 1905. First edition. 8vo. Publisher's decorated grey cloth titled in black to spine and front board and embellished with dramatic scenes of London being lashed by tempest. Minor edgewear and rubbing, very good indeed. A handsome copy. Internally clean and fresh. Top edge a trifle dusty, others untrimmed. Okay, this satirical item is a bit crackers even from the dizzy heights of eccentricity I usually occupy; a bored peer attempts suicide at the height of the worst storm to hit London in years but awakes to find that everybody's clothes have disappeared, in fact all fabric has dissolved, and everyone must walk around naked. Yes, I think I had a dream like that when I was 14. Obviously it's all a little more serious than that, with the disappearance of clothes comes the disintegration of class divisions, one can no longer tell whom one's peers are from looking at them, also socialising is apparently a lot more difficult when everyone is naked. A fact I shall remember when next I attend a major bookfair. Quite odd, but a very nice copy of a very scarce book.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
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        Gargantua. Lithographies de Clavé.

      2 (39 x 29 cm), 6 Bl., 250 röm. gez. S., 11 Bl., mit 55 mehrfarb. Orig.-Lithogr. (davon 4 doppelseitige u. 15 ganzs. Abb.), sowie 56 farbigen Initialen und Vignetten. 5 Bl. Druck in Schwarz und Violett auf Vélin d'Arches., Schwarzer Ganzmaroquine-Bd. m. vergoldetem Rückentitel, Rundumgoldschnitt, rote samtene Vorsätze. Mit Halbleder-Umschlag mit Sandelholzdeckeln, in einem Sandelholz-Schmuckschuber., Sehr schönes, opulent illustriertes Exempalr. Nr. CLXXIX von 200 Exemplaren. In einem Meistereinband des grossen Pariser Künstler-Buchbinders Henri Creuzevault (1905-1971), gestempeltl auf Deckelinnenseite. Die Initialen u. Vignetten in Holz geschnitten von Blaise Monod.- Antoni Clavé (1913- 2005), peintre catalan, décorateur de théâtre et illustrateur. À l'instar de Picasso, qu'il admirait beaucoup, Antoni Clavé a été très inspiré par la corrida. Sur ce sujet, il a produit un grand nombre de lithographies. En 1977, il expose ses premiers trompe-l'oeil. Le Musée national d'Art moderne de la ville de Paris lui consacra une rétrospective en 1978. La Biennale de Venise expose plus de 100 oeuvres au Pavillon espagnol en 1984.

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        Aequanimitas With other Addresses to Medical Students, Nurses and Practitioners of Medicine

      H.K. LEWIS, LONDON 1905 - Aequanimitas With other Addresses to Medical Students, Nurses and Practitioners of Medicine.Third impression. Gold gilt on cover/spine. Foxing. General wear and rubbed cover. Broken hinge. No markings. DATE PUBLISHED: 1905 EDITION: 389 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire Comique.

      Paris, Calmann-Lévy 1905 - 28 compositions à la pointe sèche et à l'eau-forte par Edgar Shahine, tirées par Leroy. Complet & Contrôlé. Édition originale illustrée par Shahine tirée à 300 exemplaires. Celui-ci (N°45) un des 60 exemplaires sur papier du JAPON, manufacture de Shizuoka, imprimé pour M. Adolphe Steindecker. Paris, Calmann-Lévy - 1905 - 186 pages. Spécimen de l'éditeur avec une composition, relié in fine. Très belle reliure plein maroquin rouge signée Gruel au dos. Dos à nerfs finement orné et doré. Tranches dorées. Filets doré encadrant les plats avec fleurons angulaires. Larges dentelle dorée intérieure. Filets sur les coupes et les chasses. Gardes de soie rouge moirée. Étui à liseré. Couverture conservée. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Bel exemplaire, superbement relié. Format in-4°(29x22). Edition illustrée [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Livres et Collections]
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        DONT TELL New Nursery Rhymes [DON'T TELL]

      London & Leeds: Alf Cooke Ltd, 1905. No date but Copac cite 1905; unpaginated but 52 pages; fine colour and monotone illustrations throughout by John Hassall (inc. 19 full-colour plates mostly full-page). Original quarter red cloth with pictorial paper-covered boards; very good with a little general wear, slightly marked. Contents clean and tight, original pictorial end papers, the front with a neat gift inscription dated 1906, light reading wear and a few marks. A very good copy. Rare. [Bibliographic note: The title of this book, both to the title page and front board, does not include an apostrophe between the 'N' and 'T' of Don't though on Copac and other library sites it has been given an apostrophe.] . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by John Hassall. Large 4to (24 x 30cm).

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        Original typescript drafts of Shchegolev's manuscript on Russian secret political and literary organizations in the early nineteenth century

      [St. Petersburg] 1905 - Loose folded leaves of typescript to rectos only, with pages measuring 35.5 × 22 cm. Pagination in pencil, occasional corrections as well as longer foreign passages added in ink. one section incomplete; light toning and dust soil; overall very good. This collection of almost entirely unpublished and (as per our research) unknown typescript materials is devoted to the history of secret proto-revolutionary political and literary organizations in early nineteenth-century Russia. The manuscript consists of nine separate chapters, each based on extensive original research and of documentary character. Among the groups described are: "Obshchestvo literaturnykh prenii" and the secret societies of Sungurov (Moscow), Petrashevsky (St. Petersburg), Zavalishin (Moscow), the brothers Kritskii (Moscow) and others. According to our research, only one of the chapters appeared in print, under Pavel Shchegolev's name ("Obshchestvo literaturnykh prenii" in Byloe, 1907, no. 5, pp. 149-151). We thus also attribute the remaining essays to Shchegolev, though it is unclear whether they were meant to be published separately or part of a book project. Byloe was the first legally published journal devoted to the history of the Russian revolutionary liberation movement, and it was co-edited by Shchegolev and the historian Vasiliy Bogucharskii. Despite being legal, Byloe was frequently targeted by the censors and Schegolev was eventually sentenced to three years in prison for various "anti-government" publications. Schegolev (1877-1931) was a literary historian working on Alexander Pushkin; around 1905 he began researching Russian social movements, particularly the history of the so-called "liberation movement". He was repeatedly exiled for participating in revolutionary events around the turn of the twentieth century; after the February Revolution he held a position in the Provisional Government. He helped analyze the archives of the Imperial Police Department and remained active as a historian of the Russian revolutionary movement. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Writings of Abraham Lincoln

      1905. LINCOLN, Abraham. The WritingsÂ… With an introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. New York and London: P.F. Collier & Son, (1905-06). Eight volumes. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter brown morocco gilt, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt. $2200.“Centennial Edition” of this finely printed collection of LincolnÂ’s writings, with introduction by Theodore Roosevelt and illustrated with eight frontispiece portraits, handsomely bound.""Abraham Lincoln, the rail-splitter, the Western country lawyer, was one of the shrewdest and most enlightened men of the world, and he had all the practical qualities which enable such a man to guide his countrymen; and yet he was also a genius of the heroic type, a leader who rose level to the greatest crisis through which this nation or any other nation had to pass in the 19th century"" (Theodore Roosevelt). In addition to Roosevelt's introduction, this set includes an essay on Lincoln by Carl Schurz, Joseph H. Choate's memorial ""Address on Lincoln,"" and ""The Life of Lincoln"" by Noah Brooks. Title pages in red and black. Edited by Arthur Brooks Lapsley. See Monaghan 1466. Interiors fine, joints expertly repaired on Volumes I and III. An attractive set.

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        Lettre autographe signée à Robert de Montesquiou

      - 4 pages de 175 x 110 mm sur un feuillet plié en deux. Encre noire sur papier de grand deuil. Cachet de Montesquiou à l?encre rouge. Pliure centrale fragile avec petites restaurations à l?adhésif en tête et en pied. BELLE LETTRE qui fait suite à la lecture de «La sonnette» par Montesquiou lors de la soirée organisée par Proust le 2 juin 1905. Ce chapitre XIV de Professionnelles beautés est consacré à Mme Aubernon, futur modèle de Mme Verdurin dans La Recherche." Dimanche [4 JUIN 1905], Cher Monsieur, Vous pensez bien qu?il a fallu quelque chose d?imprévu et d?invincible pour que je ne vous aie pas encore exprimé ma reconnaissance pour le grand et charmant honneur que vous m?avez fait avant-hier. Cette obstacle a été une crise de trente heures pendant laquelle tout mouvement (et aussi toute immobilité) toute pensée m'ont été refusées, crise d'asthme tellement violente que rien n'y résistait.J'ai eu ce matin le Gaulois où à la rubrique "Charité" (?) une note extrêmement précise que j'avais envoyé a été réduite à deux lignes, mais encore à deux lignes que je n'avais pas écrites. Il y a là un "à l'improviste" que j'ai peur que vous ne trouviez digne de servir de pendant à "tout intime". Si vous étiez capable d'arrêter un instant toutes ces choses je vous demanderais de lire celle du New York Herald qui vous montrera tout de même de grandes différence avec "tout intime"et que je suis sensible à l'honneur que j'ai reçu. J'espère du reste que ces belles heures, où on a mis les pages qui les ennoblirent, relèveront d'un autre genre de littérature. Encore merci cher Monsieur, je le repète étant encore trop épuisé pour le développer. Votre respectueux et reconnaissant Marcel Proust. J'espère que Yturri n'a pas été trop fatigué de la fatigue qu'il avait eu l'amabilité de s'imposer en venant." Références : Kolb, V, n° 101. IMPORTANT DOCUMENT.

      [Bookseller: Librairie le pas sage]
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        Antarctica or Two Years Amongst the Ice of the South Pole

      Macmillan, New York 1905 - Roy. 8vo, xviii + 680pp. Frontis. & col. fold-out maps, 4 col. plates, and b&w maps and ills and photos in text. Orig. green cloth, gilt title with a penguine motife in the centre. A very bright and clean copy that has a small crack in the upper and lower front hinge. Spence 861. The Swedish Polar expedition 1901-4 wintered at Prow Hill Island on the east side of Antarctic Peninsula. The ship "Antarctica", operating independently, was crushed in the ice and the crew wintered at Paulet Island. Fine inscription from a facinated reader who thought this " most dramatically interesting" I would have liked to hear the original inscriber's take on Shackletons "South " writen some 14 years later. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA]
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        Etudes pratiques de météorologie et observations comparées des stations de Beaulieu, Sèvres et Vacquey pour l'année 1903

      L. Mazetheux 1905 - - L. Mazetheux, Paris 1905, 24x31,5cm, reliure de l'éditeur. - Edition originale. Reliure de l'éditeur en plein cartonnage sable, dos lisse de toile blanche orné de doubles filets dorés et de fleurons noirs, date noire en queue, deux taches claires en tête et en pied du dos, gardes et contreplats de papier marron. Envoi autographe signé de Gustave Eiffel à monsieur Puig. Agréable exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition. Binding of full sand cardboard editor, smooth back of white cloth decorated with double gilt fillets and black florets, black date tail, two bright spots in the top and bottom of the back, and guards contreplats brown paper. Signed autograph Gustave Eiffel to Mr. Puig. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        INDIA – DARJEELING and SIKKIM: Map of the Eastern Himalayan Mission Field of the Church of Scotland Reduced and Compiled from the Indian Government Maps and Information Supplied by the Missionaries.

      London: Privately Published by the Author in West Norwood, London S.E., . 1905 - Lithograph with original outline hand colour (Good, attractive printing and original colour, some short closed tears along extremities, a small section of blank space and border replaced with facsimile, but overall pleasing condition for a wall map), 93 x 78 cm (36.5 x 30.5 inches). The only known surviving example of a wall map of Sikkim and Darjeeling, with fascinating new information, privately printed in London by the eminent Scottish tea planter George W. Christison. This excellent wall map embraces Sikkim (today its own Indian state), Darjeeling (today a part of West Bengal) and the adjacent districts of northeastern India. Located at the foot of the Himalayas, the area is one of extreme natural beauty and cultural wealth. Highly detailed in parts, the map is predicated on advanced Indian government surveys, but also features new information supplied by Scottish missionaries and tea planters. The map was compiled by George Watt Christison, a leading pioneer in the development of the Darjeeling tea industry, and privately printed by him in London. The map depicts the Sikkim (sandwiched between Nepal and Bhutan), which lay at the foot of Kangchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world (8,586 m / 28,169 ft); while to the south is the famous tea-growing region of Darjeeling Hills, while to its south is Darjeeling Terai; to the east is Daling Hills, and below the district of Dooars. The map labels innumerable villages, monasteries, tea plantations (known as gardens or ‘Bair’), walking paths, roads, railways and the heights of mountains (given in feet). The level of detail, especially in the Darjeeling and Daling Hills, is impressive, and of particular note are the numerous tea gardens, as well as the line of the Northern Bengal State Railway, built from 1874, which connects Darjeeling with Calcutta. The map was specifically designed by Chirstison to show the missionary activities of the Presbyterian Church in the Eastern Himalayas and, in this account, the map shows the locations of mission churches, schools (both day and night) and dispensaries. Christison’s lengthy notes in the upper right of the map, explains what is depicted, details his sources, gives an account of the region’s topography and provides a miniature map of the winding road to the famous Tukvar Tea Plantation, in Darjeeling Hills, giving an idea of the rugged nature of the country. The map was drafted at the Tukvar Plantation, but privately lithographed by Christison (likely at his residence) in West Norwood, Southeast London. The map has a wonderfully eccentric, homemade printing style, adding to the authentic quality of the piece. George Christison & Tea Gardens of Darjeeling - The region of the Eastern Himalayas showcased on the present map was culturally rich and long fiercely fought over by a number of major powers, including Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and Qing Dynasty China. Sikkim was an ancient, proud kingdom that had to continuously fight for its survival against its larger neighbors. Darjeeling was traditionally under the control of Nepal. In 1817, following the Anglo-Nepalese War (1814–16), Sikkim came under the loose protection of the British East India Company (EIC), wile Darjeeling came under the effective control of the Company. In 1835, the EIC assumed sovereignty over Darjeeling. Meanwhile, the British market had an ever-increasing thirst for tea, yet the EIC was unable to acquire sufficient, economically viable sources from China, so came to look elsewhere. The British realized that the Darjeeling Hills possessed the perfect climate and soils to grown high quality Chinese teas. In 1841, the British embarked on the first experiments to grow Chinese teas near the sleepy hill station of Darjeeling. These experiments proved successful, but it was not until the 1850s that the British embarked upon mass production upon large plantations. The EIC backed the establishment of the Darjeeling Tea Company to manage the bounty, and its operations were

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        Great Plateau: Being An Account Of Exploration In Central Tibet, 1903, And Of The Gartok Expedition, 1904-1905

      Edward Arnold, 1905, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition. PART I - Exploration in Central Tibet. Part II - The Gartok Expedition 1904-1905. Part I. Introduction. II. Preparations For Departure III. Ready To Start IV. The Journey Begun V. Leaving Civilisation VI Across The Frontier VII. Difficulties And Dangers VIII. To Antelope Plain IX. Treasure Trove X. Rejoining Hargreaves XI. In Unknown Country XII. Various Adventures. XIII. Hard At Work XIV. Aru Tso XV. A Pleasant Interlude XVI. Trouble With The Men XVII Stopped By Tibetans XVIII. Turned Back XIX. The End OF The Expedition. PART II. I. Events Of The Preceding Teak II. Preparations At Gyantse III. On The Road To Shigatse IV. Interview With The Tashi Lama V. The Expedition Reaches Lhatse Dzong VI. Mount Everest VII. "Far From The Madding Crowd" VIII. Unlimited Sport IX. Holy Manasarowar X. Peculiar Customs XI. The Home Of The Gods XII. Gartok Reached XIII. Into A New Land XIV. A Forgotten City XV. Across The Frontier Appendix : The Fauna Of Tibet. Index. PREFACE: 'In the following pages I have endeavoured to lay before the reader an account of two journeys under taken in Tibet, in districts situated many hundreds of miles apart and under diametrically opposite conditions. The first expedition penetrated into the interior of uninhabited and barren regions of the Northern Desert at a time when Tibet was rigidly closed to foreigners. The second led through the rich and thickly populated valleys of the Brahmaputra, and was made with the cognisance and permission of the Lhasa Government, though only rendered possible by the notable success of Sir Francis Younghusband's Mission. The natural obstacles inseparable from exploration in Tibet are so varied and numerous, that but little progress would be made were it not for the aid given by those who are interested in travel and who are willing to render every assistance in their power. I therefore take this opportunity of tendering my thanks to all who have contributed to the success of the journeys here described, and more particularly to Colonel St. G. Gore, R.E., Mr. J. Eccles, and the Officers of the Survey of India ; Major M. Ray, D.S.O., Intelligence Branch ; and Sir Clements Markham, K.C.B., and the Council of the Royal Geographical Society. November 1905. C. G. R.' Book - in Good blue boards with gilt lettering and gilt illustration to the front board - some irregular fading to the boards & has been respined with original cloth laid over, some bumping and slight wearing to the extreme corners. Contents, some browning to the paste downs and end papers with some brown marking to the bottom edge of the front paste down, slight browning to the edge of the occasional page otherwise clean and tightly bound. Size: 9 inches tall by 5.75 inches. xii, 324 pages which includes an index & a 16 page catalogue to rear. With a full page black and white portrait frontispiece, a further 31 blackl and white plates & 2 large fold out maps of Western & Southern Tibet. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Exploration; Travel & Places. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 9051.

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        The Coast / Wilhelm's Magazine. FOUR BOUND VOLUMES.

      Seattle. The Coast Publishing Company. February 1902to December 1905. FOUR BOUND VOLUMES OF THE MAGAZINE with covers and advertisements in modern red library binding. Black and white illustrations throughout, 10 x 7 inches, gilt lettered red cloth library binding. Covers in fine condition; bookplate (for Frederick E. Ellis, Shaw Island) on inside front cover, overall a particularly clean and crisp collection of magazines with the following minor flaws: Volume III No. 1 (February 1902) to Volume IV No. 5 (December 1902): Very good condition. Volume V No. 1 (January 1903) to Volume VI No. 6 (December 1903): Very good condition, EXCEPT for October which apparently was water damaged along the upper edge; this has been trimmed, with no loss of text. Volume VII No. 1 (January 1904) to Volume VIII No. 6 (December 1904): April 1904 issue has some light undulations due to damp, and the red color on the front cover has run, other magazines in very good condition. Volume IX No. 1 (January 1905) to Volume X No 6 (December 1905): December issue has scarcely noticeable dampstain to front cover, lightest undulation to pages, other magazines in very good condition. Volumes contain the following issues February 1902 to December 1905 (volume III, number 1) to volume X, number 6. February 1902 was the first issue under the management of Honor L. Wilhelm, and he writes in the introductory ANNOUNCEMENT: "With this number the editorial management of THE COAST passes into new hands. The young ladies who planned and established THE COAST deserve praise for the perseverance and pluck with which they met adverse and discouraging conditions and published a magazine which, considering the support they received, was a credit to the City of Seattle and the Northwest. There seems to be a field for distinctive Seattle and Northwestern literature. People are constantly writing for reliable and trustworthy information of this country. Tales of the West and its triumphant progress are sought. Northwestern ideas and thought need a chronicle, impartial and true..." The magazine provides much valuable documentation of places, life and literature in the Pacific Northwest in the early 1900s, and this handsome run, complete with covers and advertisements makes for fascinating reading. While the vast majority of the content relates to Washington State, there is the occasional article on British Columbia and Oregon.

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        Kate Greenaway

      London: Adam and Charles Black, 1905. Kate Greenaway In A Fine Pictorial Binding GREENAWAY, Kate. SPIELMANN, M.H., LAYARD, G.S. [BINDING]. [BIRDSALL, binders]. Kate Greenaway. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1905. First edition. Octavo (8 7/8 x 6 1/4 inches; 225 x 160 mm.). [xx], 300, [1], [1, 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. Front and back blank leaves slightly foxed, some very minor and light marginal staining, otherwise near fine. Bound ca. 1905, most probably by Birdsall of Northampton, in three-quarter dark blue morocco over light blue cloth boards ruled in gilt. Spine with two raised bands decoratively paneled in gilt. The largest panel (3 3/4 x 2 inches) with a typical Kate Greenaway girl onlaid in various different colored morocco. Original color pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt. An excellent example. The roots of Birdsall of Northampton "stretch back to the early eighteenth century but it was in 1792 that John Lacy's Northampton bindery was acquired by William Birdsall, continuing in his family until 1961... In Birdsall's heyday, Gerring (Notes on Bookbinding, 1899) reported a staff of 250 engaged in making ladies handbags, fancy boxes, and stationary; as well as all types of bookbinding. The firm seemed always ready to experiment and careful records and samples were kept by Richard Birdsall, great-great-nephew of the founder, until he died in 1909... The firm's collection of over 3,000 finishing tools passed to the University of Toronto" (Maggs, Bookbinding in the British Isles II, #262, and #321). "Birdsall's is notable for the high quality of their leathers and finishings, as well as for the inventive style of their 'inlaid pictorial bindings'" (Chevalier Collection, Christie's November 9, 1990).

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        Atlas of the State of New Jersey carefully compiled from official and private sources by the Survey map Company. A. L. Westgard, Chief Engineer

      New York, 1905. Title leaf plus 42 mostly double-page colored maps (a few single-page, a few page numbers unused) There are numbered maps 23,25,29,31 or41 but complete as per the Index which is on the front pastedown. 1 vols. Folio. Quarter leather. Spine quite rubbed, cover separated, title page with wear, maps fine. Title leaf plus 42 mostly double-page colored maps (a few single-page, a few page numbers unused) There are numbered maps 23,25,29,31 or41 but complete as per the Index which is on the front pastedown. 1 vols. Folio.

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        MÜNCHEN. - Obermenzing., Blick über die Würm auf Schloß Blutenburg.

      Kohle- und Bleistiftzeichnung, teilweise aquarelliert, von Hans Gabriel Jentzsch, unten links bezeichnet, dat. "26. Juli 1905" und monogr. "H.G.J.", 30 x 22 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XVIII, S. 523. - Der Maler und Illustrator wurde 1862 in Dresden geboren, wo er 1881 bis 87 auch an der Akademie studierte. 1889 übersiedelt er nach München, 1903 nach Pasing, wo er 1930 auch starb. - Flotte Zeichnung mit kräftigem Strich, dezenter Farbgebung und schöner Tiefenwirkung. Aquarell/Zeichnung, BAYERN, München, Oberbayern

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        Neue Malereien für Decken un Wände. Dritte Serie. Cover title: Grohmann Maler in Dresden. Neue Malereien fur Decken und Wande. 24 Tafeln. Serie III.

      Leipzig. Gilbers'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung (Eugen Twietmeyer). 1905. 21 of 24 color lithographic plates, 19 1/2 x 15 inches, decorative color paper-covered board portfolio with ribbon ties. Portfolio worn and soiled, with loss; MISSING plates 42, 51 and 52. Scattered soiling, edge tears and creasing in margins of several plates. Soiling in two plates (44 and 45); plate 38 has 4 ink spots, 2 of which are in the image (from paints used by a copyist). Beautifully executed Art Nouveau designs for decorating walls and ceilings created by Paul Grohmann, who had an extended career in creating such portfolio design publications. A number of the panels hint at the Deco stylistics that emerged in upcoming decades. Exceptionally fine color lithography evident in every plate. Two plates feature a single image, ten feature two images, while the balance feature three or more images. The price list at the front of the portfolio indicates that the plates could be purchased individually or as a set and were available in two different formats (at different prices). The series begins with Plate 29 and ends with Plate 52. The colors used are primarily in pastel shades augmented by vibrant gold outlining. This type of applied art portfolio is seldom found complete, since they were used as working references. An extremely scarce title; no listing appears in WorldCat.

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        Récréations et Passe-temps

      Paris, Hachette, (1905), gd in 4°, de 380pp., ill. de 132 planches h.t. dont 30 en couleur, et 249 figures in t., Cartonnage éditeur illustré en couleur sur les plats et le dos, le tout d'après Robert Sallès, tête dorée. Bel exemplaire frais, condition rare. Edition originale. Ouvrage très documenté, sur les jeux de table (trictrac, échecs, dames, dés, osselets, dominos, jeux de hasard), la loterie, loto, biribi, trou-madame ; les jeux de patience (solitaire, mangeur de cerises, le bernement) ; les jeux de société (charades, bulles de savon, jeu de la vessie) ; petits jeux et exercices de société dont jeu du baiser, cheval d'Aristote, le pont d'amour, la pendule ou le jeu du pied de boeuf ; les jeux forains (jongleurs, acrobates, masques, joutes, mât de cocagne, montagnes russes ...)

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        L'ORIGINALE DEL CANZONIERE DI FRANCESCO PETRARCA COD. VATICANO LATINO 3195

      Ulrico Hoepli Editore, 1905. ITALIANO 3,5 Introvabile e imponente volume in mezza legatura cuoio e cartonato rigido con motivo ligneo. Trattasi del volume VI de "Codices e Vaticanis selecti phototypice expressi" iussu PII PP. X consilio et opera curatorum bibliothecae vaticanae. Edizione di soli 150 esemplari numerati, quetsa copia è la numero 13. Lettera dedicatoria per il Card. Alfonso Capecelatro del 1905. Segue un' ampia e dettagliata introduzione, seguita dalla Tavola del codice e dall' indice alfabetico delle rime, ed infine la riproduzione in fototipia del codice. Da segnalare usura al dorso e segni del tempo alle estremità delle coperte. RARISSIMO USATO

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        Erinnerungs-Album der Fechtriege anläßlich des 25. Stiftungsfestes des A.T.V. München [oder der Studentischen Korporation Turnerschaft \"MUNICHIA\"]. Photoalbum mit 35 Photos von Angehörigen [oder einfach \"Mitfechtern\"] der Fechtriege 1905 bis ca 1930. Gestiftet von Karl Rob. Priendl (oder Driendl? - handschriftliche Widmung).

      München, 1905 (- ca. 1930); 4°; 17 Blätter mit 35 eingesteckten (1 geklebtes) Photos; Geprägter Ledereinband mit Metallschließe, auf dem Vorderdeckel verziertes Metallemblem mit graviertem Verbindungszeichen und Beschriftung \"FECHT-RIEGE\" und dreifachen Goldschnitt (kaum Gebrauchsspuren, schöner Einband) Prachtvolles Photoalbum, gestiftet von Karl Rob. Priendl anläßlich des 25.jährigen Gründungsfestes der Fechtriege des M[?]. F. V. M. 1905. Möglicherweise eine Riege, die aus dem A. T. V. München hervor gegangen ist. Enthält die Photos von Mitgliedern, teils in \"sportlicher\" Fechtposition. Die Weiterführung des Albums wurde wohl Ende der Zwanziger/Anfang der Dreissiger Jahre eingestellt. Über die Hälfte des Albums sind Leerseiten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Fechten

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        Symra. En aarbog for norske paa begge sider af havet. Årgang 1-10. Udgivet af Kristian Prestgard og Johs. B. Wist m.fl.

      Decorah, Decorah-Posten`s trykkeri, 1905-14. Stor 8vo. Illustrert. Årgang 1-7 bundet i samt. skinnbd. Årgang 8-10 bundet i ett samt. sjirtingbd. Skinnbindene slitt ved kapitéler. To bindene sprukket i fremre ytre fals. De resterende med små rifter i fremre og bakre fals. Symra et tidskrift for nordmenn utgitt i Decorah, Iowa i periden 1905-14. Bidrag av bl.a. Anders Hovden, Hans Seland, Sven Moren, Ivar Kleiven, Waldemar Ager m.fl

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        [OLD BELIEVERS' CHANTS] Oktay

      [Second half of 19th cent.] 200 leaves. 36x24 cm. Manuscript. The title page and frontispiece is decorated in gold, blue and green colors. Every chapter starts with illuminated headpiece and initial. Contemporary red morocco with raised bands and gilt and blind stamping. The covers are slightly deformed. Otherwise very good. This book is an interesting example of Old Believers manuscript tradition. The conservative movement of Russian Orthodox Church, Old Believers were not allowed to print their books in Russia until 1905. As a result of this supression the manuscripts were used. The style was originally taken from pre-16th century examples, but by 18th century it developed to be an independent genre. Old Believers also carried on the tradition of unison singing that died out in mainstream Orthodox Church and is known as 'kryukovoe penie' (i.e. Znamenny chant). Choral manuscripts were among the most ornamental ones. This particular one is originating from the manuscript school called 'Guslitsy'. It was probably created in Moscow area in late 19th century for the use in Old Believers' service.

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        Evocations

      Later edition, of which there were no large paper copies. Mint-green morocco, spine in six compartments with gilt fleurons, endpapers and pastedowns of moiré-effect paper, covers preserved (upper cover with a small marginal repair to foot), top edge gilt. Autograph inscription signed by Renée Vivien to "... notre chère bonne "mère à toutes" Renée Vivien [...our dear old 'mother hen' Renée Vivien]."A very good copy. Alphonse Lemerre Paris 1905 12x18,5cm relié

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        Gotha. Das Buch einer deutschen Stadt. Mit Unterstützung der Stadtverwaltung herausgegeben von Kurt Schmidt Band I mit 36 Bildertafeln und Band II mit 34 Bildertafeln

      Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagseinband (Ganzleinen / Leinen / OGLn / OLn / Ln im Format 21,5 x 26,5 cm) mit Rücken- und zweifarbigem Deckeltitel sowie Kopffarbschnitt, Schrift: Fraktur. Band I mit 408 und Band II mit 391 Seiten Text und Anhang jweils mit vielen teilweise farbigen / ganzseitigen / doppelseitig ausklappbaren Abbildungen und Fotoabbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier. Insbesondere sind d i e-s o n s ts og u tw i ei m m e rf e h l e n d e nS e i t e nm i tN S . - M o t i v e ni nB a n dI Iv o r h a n d e n , auf welchen abgebildet sind: Carl Eduard, von 1905-1918 regierender Herzog des Herzogtums Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, Präsident des Deutschen Roten Kreuzes, SA-Gruppenführer, NSKK-Obergruppenführer, Inhaber des Coburger Ehrenzeichen / Viktoria Adelheid Herzogin von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha / Ehrenbürger der Stadt Gotha von 1933 (Adolf Hitler, Führer und Reichskanzler / Dr. Wilhelm Frick, Reichsminister des Innern / Paul Hennicke (SS-Gruppenführer, M.d.R., Thüringischer Staatsrat, seit 1.April 1937 Polizeipräsident in Weimar, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichen) / Dr. Hans Karge (Kreisleiter der NSDAP für die Stadt Gotha 1933-37, Beauftragter der Partei für die Stadt Gotha, Oberstud.-Dir. der Deutschen Oberschule (Arnoldischule) / Wilhelm Busch (Thür. Staatsrat, M.d.R., Kreisleiter der NSDAP für Stadt und Land Gotha, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichen) / Fritz Triebel (Thür. Staatsrat, M.d.R., Gauobmann der DAF, Ehrenbürger und Ratsherr der Stadt Gotha, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichen) / Dr. Fritz Schmidt (seit 1925 Bürgermeister, seit 1930 Oberbürgermeister der Stadt Gotha) / Dr. Robert Ley (Reichsorganisationsleiter der NSDAP, Reichsleiter der Deutschen Arbeitsfront, M.d.R., Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichens) / Fritz Sauckel (Reichsstatthalter und Gauleiter von Thüringen, NDR, SS-Gruppenführer, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichen) / Willy Marschler (Thüring. Ministerpräsident, M.d.R., SA-Gruppenführer, Ehren-Gauarbeitsführer, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichens). - Aus dem Inhalt: Vorwort - Die geographische Lage der Stadt Gotha - Der geologische Aufbau des Stadtgebietes - Gothaer Volkskunde - Bilder aus Gothas Vorgeschichte - Die Anfänge der Stadt - Die städtische Entwicklung bis 1640 - Humanismus und Reformation in Gotha - Gotha als Landeshauptstadt (1640-1918) - Das Stadtbild im Wandel der Jahrhunderte - Die Entwicklung der Stadt Gotha von der Reichsgründung bis zum Umsturz - Gothas Anteil am politischen Leben des deutschen Volkes - Gothas Stellung im deutschen Geistesleben - Verzeichnis der Bilder, Karten und Urkunden - (Band 2:) Die Bau- und Kunstdenkmäler der Stadt Gotha. Die Bauten der Fristen (Der Grimmenstein, Schloss Friedenstein, Schloss Friedrichsthal und Orangerie, der Park und die Anlagen) - Die Bauten der Kirche (Margarethenkkirche, Marienkirche, Jakobskapelle, Augustinerkirche, Kreuzkloster und Friedhöfe, Hospital Mariä Magdalenä, Armenhaus und Friedrichskapelle, katholische Kirche, Dorfstätte Eschleben - Die Bauten des Bürgertums (Befestigung der Stadt, Leinakanal, Rathaus, Innungshalle, das Gothaer Bürgerhaus) - Die wissenschaftlichen Sammlungen und Anstalten der Stadt Gotha (Staatsarchiv, Herzogliche Bibliothek, Herzogliches Münzkabinett, Herzogliche Sternwarte, Herzogliches Museum, Herzogliche Anstalten für Kunst und Wissenschaft seit 1934) - Zeittafel (Einführung, Vorgeschichte, Germanenzeit, Mittelalter, Neuzeit, In und nach dem Weltkrieg: der Weltkrieg, das Infanterie-Regiment Nr.95, Zusammenbruch und Zwischenreich, Im Dritten Reich) - Schluss: Niedergang und Aufstieg 1914-1937 - Wegweiser durch das heimatkundliche Schrifttum - Nachträge und Berichtigungen - Ehrenbürger der Stadt Gotha - Personenverzeichnis - Sachweiser - Verzeichnis der Bilder. - Gutes Expl., weitere Beschreibung s.Nr.23453! - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Gothaer / Gothaische Stadtgeschichte, Thüringen, Mitteldeutschland, thüringische Orts- und Heimatkunde, die Stadt Gotha im Weimarer Zwischenreich und im Nationalsozialismus, Führerfreund Herzog Carl Eduard, Adolf hitler in Gotha, Gothaer Ehrenbürger: der Führer und andere hohe Parteigenossen im Bild, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut

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        Etudes pratiques de météorologie et observations comparées des stations de Beaulieu, Sèvres et Vacquey pour l'année 1903

      Edition. Binding of full sand cardboard editor, smooth back of white cloth decorated with double gilt fillets and black florets, black date tail, two bright spots in the top and bottom of the back, and guards contreplats brown paper. Signed autograph Gustave Eiffel to Mr. Puig. Nice copy. L. Mazetheux Paris 1905 24x31,5cm reliure de l'éditeur

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        Works

      1905. SHAKESPEARE, William. The Works of William Shakespeare. London: Heinemann, 1905. 12 volumes. Original three-quarter navy morocco gilt, raised bands, top edges gilt. $3200.“Special Subscription Edition” of the “Garrick” Shakespeare, with introductions and a life by critic George Brandes and 52 photogravure plates.Danish literary and cultural critic Brandes was the author of William Shakespeare: A Critical Study (1896) and a biography of Shakespeare (1904; reprinted here in Volume XII). Volume I includes Samuel JohnsonÂ’s 1765 “Preface to Shakespeare.” Volume XI includes a glossary. Jaggard, 557. Interiors fine. Extremities lightly rubbed, front board of Volume X sunned. A handsome set in near-fine condition.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1905 - 1905 Wisden Hardback

      1905. This lot is a 1905 Hardback Wisden. In Good to Very Good Condition. The main issue is a rather ugly stain to the rear board, if we forget that it is a very nice book, good gilts and internally very good , some weakness to the hinges with nice clean pages.

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        Great Plateau: Being An Account Of Exploration In Central Tibet, 1903, And Of The Gartok Expedition, 1904-1905

      Edward Arnold, London, 1905. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. PART I - Exploration in Central Tibet. Part II - The Gartok Expedition 1904-1905. Part I. Introduction. II. Preparations For Departure III. Ready To Start IV. The Journey Begun V. Leaving Civilisation VI Across The Frontier VII. Difficulties And Dangers VIII. To Antelope Plain IX. Treasure Trove X. Rejoining Hargreaves XI. In Unknown Country XII. Various Adventures. XIII. Hard At Work XIV. Aru Tso XV. A Pleasant Interlude XVI. Trouble With The Men XVII Stopped By Tibetans XVIII. Turned Back XIX. The End OF The Expedition. PART II. I. Events Of The Preceding Teak II. Preparations At Gyantse III. On The Road To Shigatse IV. Interview With The Tashi Lama V. The Expedition Reaches Lhatse Dzong VI. Mount Everest VII. "Far From The Madding Crowd" VIII. Unlimited Sport IX. Holy Manasarowar X. Peculiar Customs XI. The Home Of The Gods XII. Gartok Reached XIII. Into A New Land XIV. A Forgotten City XV. Across The Frontier Appendix : The Fauna Of Tibet. Index. PREFACE: 'In the following pages I have endeavoured to lay before the reader an account of two journeys under taken in Tibet, in districts situated many hundreds of miles apart and under diametrically opposite conditions. The first expedition penetrated into the interior of uninhabited and barren regions of the Northern Desert at a time when Tibet was rigidly closed to foreigners. The second led through the rich and thickly populated valleys of the Brahmaputra, and was made with the cognisance and permission of the Lhasa Government, though only rendered possible by the notable success of Sir Francis Younghusband's Mission. The natural obstacles inseparable from exploration in Tibet are so varied and numerous, that but little progress would be made were it not for the aid given by those who are interested in travel and who are willing to render every assistance in their power. I therefore take this opportunity of tendering my thanks to all who have contributed to the success of the journeys here described, and more particularly to Colonel St. G. Gore, R.E., Mr. J. Eccles, and the Officers of the Survey of India ; Major M. Ray, D.S.O., Intelligence Branch ; and Sir Clements Markham, K.C.B., and the Council of the Royal Geographical Society. November 1905. C. G. R.' Book - in Good blue boards with gilt lettering and gilt illustration to the front board - some irregular fading to the boards & has been respined with original cloth laid over, some bumping and slight wearing to the extreme corners. Contents, some browning to the paste downs and end papers with some brown marking to the bottom edge of the front paste down, slight browning to the edge of the occasional page otherwise clean and tightly bound. Size: 9 inches tall by 5.75 inches. xii, 324 pages which includes an index & a 16 page catalogue to rear. With a full page black and white portrait frontispiece, a further 31 blackl and white plates & 2 large fold out maps of Western & Southern Tibet. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Exploration; Travel & Places. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 9051.. THIS BOOK IS HEAVIER THAN THE AVERAGE UPON WHICH CHARGES ARE BASED AND SO WILL INCUR AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR SHIPPING TO ADDRESSES OUTSIDE THE U.K..

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        Jederzeit einsatzbereit. Ein Bildbericht von der neuen deutschen Polizei. Zusammengestellt und bearbeitet von Helmuth Koschorke. Mit Geleitworten von Reichsminister Dr. Wilhelm Frick, Reichsfürher SS Heinrich Himmler, Chef der Deutschen Polizei.

      4, o. P. (32 Bl.: einige S. Text u. 77 Abb. m. Legenden), 1 auf Schmutztitel montiertes Dedikationsblatt des Verlags an die Deutsche Polizei, Brosch., OU fehlt. Deckel tlw. fleckig, Fleck a. Seitenschnitt oben (ca. 10 Bl. an den Stegen ebenfalls fleckig), erste 5 Bl. m. Knickspur längs, praktisch durchgehend vier Nadellöcher am Kopfsteg, Buchblock in den Ecken min wellig, tlw. etw. fingerfleckig. EA. Lobgesang auf die Deutsche Polizei unter Adolf Hitler in Wort und Bild. Sehr selten. - Die Photographien meist von Georg Piper, ansonsten von verschiedenen Bilderdiensten, u. a. zwei von Presse-Illustrationen Heinrich Hoffmann.- Helmuth Koschorke (*1905), 1928 Übersiedlung nach Berlin, Tätigkeit für die Presse der NSDAP ("Der Angriff", "Großdeutscher Pressedienst"), ab 1934 Arbeit in der Pressestelle der preußischen Landespolizei unter Kurt Daluege, später Übernahme in das Hauptamt der Ordnungspolizei, Publikation mehrerer propagandistischer Bücher über die Polizei und deren Einsatz während des Kriegs von Januar bis April 1944 Leiter der Außenstelle der Staatspolizeistelle Brünn in Mährisch-Ostrau von Juni 1944 bis zum 30. Januar 1945 stellvertretender Leiter der Staatspolizeileitstelle Stuttgart, ab Februar 1945 beim KdS Veldes als Leiter der Abt. IV (Gestapo). Beitritt zur NSDAP am 1. Januar 1931, Beitritt zur SS am 5. Juni 1933.

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        Manuscript Book 1905 Holiday in Holland

      this is a finely executed manuscript album of pen & ink, and watercolours recording the authors holiday in North Holland in 1905, with a lovely opening title page, followed by two views of Amsterdam, and images titled, A distant view of Zaandam, the town of 400 Windmills, in a land without Horses, Paul Nerop of Edam towing his boat along a canal to Edam, The Entrance of Volendam Harbour, A Volendam Maid, A Volendam Windmill, Volendam Harbour, Drainage Mills at Volendam, Volendam Girls, A Volendam Man, People of the Island of Marken, The interior of a Volendam Cottage, A Sunlit Alley in Volendam, A Marken Family, the Island of Marken from Volendam, Monnickendam from Volendam, The Dutch Cheese Market Alkmaar, Edam, a Boat on the Zaan near Zaandam, a Scene in Volendam with Edam in the distance, A Corner of the Harbour Volendam, A Marken Boy, A View at Broek the cleanest village in the world, Aback Street in Volendam with the Church in the distance, and a few portraits, some humorous. The Album is a small landscape format measuring 10 inches by 7 inches approx. with thirty used pages on nice quality art paper, some browning to leading edges of last few pages, some bubbling of cloth to upper cover else in very good condition, a beautifully illustrated record of a stay in North Holland at the turn of the last century, signed at the front of the book Ernest Arthur Hodgkinson of Nottingham, a well-known artist born in 1883

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