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        Die Morphologie der Missbildungen des Menschen und der Tiere. Ein Lehrbuch für Morphologen, Physiologen, Praktische Ärzte und Studierende. 1.-3.Teil. (all publ.).

      . Jena, Verlag von Gustav von Fischer, 1906-1960, 8°, ca. 3900 pp., 1763 Abb., 11 Taf., 1 Portrait von Ernst Schwalbe, in 6 Halbeleinenbände mit eingebundenen orig. Broschuren.. Erste und einzige Ausgabe dieses Monumental Werkes über Teratologie. Bedingt durch den langen Erscheinungszeitraum von 60 Jahren wird das Werk selten vollständig angeboten. - Das Werk gliedert sich wie folgt: - I. Teil: Allgemeine Mißbildungslehre (Teratologie). Eine Einführung in das Studium der abnormen Entwicklung. Von Prof. Dr. Ernst Schwalbe. Mit 165 Abb. im Text und 1 Tafel. XVI, 230 pp., 1906. - Inhalt: 1. Definition des Begriffes Mißbildungen. 2. Geschichte und Literatur der Teratologie. 3. Das Verhältnis der Teratologie zu anderen Wissenschaften. Aufgaben und Untersuchungsmethoden. 4. Überblick über die experimentelle Entwicklungsgeschichte (Entwicklungsmechanik) und experimentelle Teratologie. 5. Einiges über Regeneration. 6. Vergleichende Anatomie und Teratologie. 7. Physiologie der Mißbildungen. 8. Entstehungszeit der Mißbildungen und formale Genese. Hemmungsbildungen. 9. Keimversprengung und Keimausschaltung. Bedeutung der Mißbildungslehre für die allgemeine Pathologie. Mißbildungen und Geschwülste. 10. Ursache der Mißbildungen. Amniogene Mißbildungen. 11. Häufigkeit und Geschlecht. Kombination der Mißbildungen. Einteilung der Mißbildungen. 12. Klinik der Mißbildungen. / Namen- und Sachregister. - - II Teil: Die Doppelbildungen. Von Prof. Dr. Ernst, Schwalbe. Mit 394 zum Teil färb. Abb. im Text und 2 Taf. XX, 410 pp., 1907. - Inhalt: 1. Definition der Doppelbildungen. Grenze von Mehrfach- und Einfachbildungen. Häufigkeit und Geschlecht. 2. Allgemeines über die Anatomie der Doppelbildungen. 3./5. Genese der Doppelbildungen. 6. Erblichkeit der Doppelbildungen. Allgemeines über Physiologie und Klinik. 7. Die Bedeutung der Doppelbildungen für die Entwicklungsmechanik und allgemeine Biologie. 8. Einteilung der Doppelbildungen. Literatur über allgemeine Teratologie der Doppelbildungen. 9. Eineiige Zwillinge. 10./16. Symmetrische Doppelbildungen. 17./18. Asymmetrische Doppelbildungen. Parasiten am Kopf, am Rumpf des Autositen befestigt. 19. Sakralparasiten. 20. Teratome und Mischgeschwülste. 21. Doppelbildungen bei Wirbellosen. Mehrfachbildungen. / Namen- und Sachregister. - - III. Teil: Die Einzelmißbildungen. Abteilung. I, II, III, Anhang und Register. (Lfg. 1-19.) - - Abteilung 1: Mißbi1dungen der äußeren Form. pp.1- 1004 (= Lfg. 1, 9,11,17,19). Mit 445 Abb. im Text, 1909,1913,1937,1958. - Inhalt: Mißbildungen des ganzen Eies. Mißbildungen der gesamten Form des Embryos und des Individuums der postfötalen Periode. (E. Schwalbe); Mißbildungen des Rumpfes. (F. Kermauner); Mißbildungen des Kopfes. (Carl Grünberg, Ernst Schwalbe, Herrn. Josephy); Entwicklungsstörungen der menschlichen Gliedmaßen. (Gg. B. Gruber, Gerh. Mylius, L. Brandt, 0. E. Kuß, B. Valentin, B.Pohl); Mißbildungen der Extremitäten. (Rudolf Pol f, Georg B. Gruber, Hans Grebe, R. Frhr. von Oeynhausen, Karl-Günter Eysholdt. Karlheinz Idelberger, Walter Mohing, K. Stucke und D. Heibig). - - Abteilung 2: Mißbildungen der einzelnen Organe und 0rgansysteme. I. pp. 1-858 (= Lfg. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,7,8). Mit 451 Abb. im Text, 1909-1912. - Inhalt: Mißbildungen des Auges. (E. v. Hippel) Mißbildungen des Nervensystems. (Paul Ernst); Mißbildungen der weiblichen Geschlechtsorgane. (F. Kermauner); Mißbildungen des Herzens und der großen Gefäße. (G. Herxheimer); Mißbildungen des Gebisses. (H. Peckerl); Mißbildungen des Ohres. (Herrn. Marx); Mißbildungen der Haut. (S. Bettmann); Mißbildungen der Atmungsorgane. (P. Schneider). - - Abteilung 3: Mißbildungen der einzelnen Organe und Organsysteme. II .pp. 1-1017 (= Lfg. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18). 1927-1958. - Inhalt: Mißbildungen des Muskelsystems. (A.Binder); Mißbildungen des Zwerchfells. (Gg. B. Gruber); Mißbildungen der Harnorgane. (Gg. B. Gruber); Mißbildungen des Darmkanals und der Verdauungsdrüsen. (H. E. Anders); Mißbildungen der Hypophyse. (E. J. Kraus); Mißbildungen der Nebennieren. (W. Pagel); Mißbildungen der Epiphyse des Gehirns. (H. Wurm); Mißbildungen der Schilddrüse. (R. Hückel); Mißbildungen der Epithelkörperchen. (R. Hückel); Mißbildungen der Thymusdrüse (Gg. B. Gruber); Mißbildungen der Milz und des Lymphknotens. (W. Putschar); Mißbildungen der männlichen Geschlechtsorgane. (G. Politzer u. Joh. Zeitlhofer). - - Anhang. pp.1-266 (= Lfg. 6 und 10), 1911, 1913. - Inhalt: Entwicklungsstörungen des postfötalen Lebens. (A. Dietrich); Gewebsmißbildungen. (G. Herxheimer). - - Namen- und Sachregister zum III. Teil. 60 pp. 1960. - - "The first volume is an important contribution to general teratology, including a good history of the topic, and enunciating Schwalbe's "teratogenic termination period", the guiding principle for estimating the timing of teratogenic events. Volume 2 (1907) covers dilpolteratology, Volume 3 on idivudual malformations appaered in 3 parts between 1909 and 1937. Posthumous volumes were edited by Georg B.Gruber beginning in 1927". - Actually further installments (18. Lief.+ 19.Lief.) appeared in 1958 and 1960 the Register, also edited by Georg B.Gruber. - Garrison & Morton No. 534.70

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        Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

      London: Hodder and Stoughton,, 1906. From "The Little White Bird. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in terracotta morocco, titles and decoration to spine, pictorial title block to front board, roll to turn-ins, marbled endapers, gilt edges. With 50 tipped in colour plates, captioned tissues bound in at the back. Occasional spotting, else a very good copy handsomely bound. First Rackham edition. Barrie asked Rackham to illustrate not the play Peter Pan (which remained unpublished until 1928) but make a new book from those chapters from The Little White Bird (1902) that had first introduced the character.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      London: Methuen & Co.,. [1906]. Octavo, pp. [1-8] [1] 2-312 + 40-page publisher's catalogue dated "February 1906" inserted at rear,. original red cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold, bottom edge untrimmed, fore edge rough-trimmed.. Several faint tiny stains to front cover and spine panel, spine panel. just a bit soiled, a bright, very good copy. An uncommon book.. (#130233). First edition. A mixed collection of twenty-two stories including criminous and supernatural tales. Includes the delicately macabre "A Ghost- Child" and "Poor Lucy Rivers," in which Capes steers a fine line between pathos and sentimentality with consummate skill. "'A Ghost-Child' has an excellent macabre touch that is surprising for a work of its period, what with cultural tabus about conception and childbirth." - Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 344. Among Capes' best collections of short fiction. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-45. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 70. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 132. Bleiler (1978), p. 39. Not in Reginald (1979; 1992). Hubin (1994), p. 131.

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      London, Kelly's Directories Ltd., 1906.. Eighth edition 1906, large 8vo, approximately 260 x 165 mm, 10 x 6½ inches, pages: xxxv, 1012, plus 26 pages of adverts at rear, and adverts also on endpapers and pastedowns, bound in the original publisher's pink cloth with blind stamped decoration and gilt royal coat of arms on upper cover, gilt lettered spine. Spine faded, covers unevenly faded, spotted and lightly soiled, tiny chip to cloth on upper cover, lower corner of lower cover slightly worn with board showing at tip, front inner paper hinge cracked, binding tight and firm, some printed text on fore-edges as an index. Contents clean, no inscriptions. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Traite de photographie stereoscopique. Theorie et pratique. BOUND WITH Traite pratique de photographie stereoscopique

      Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1906. Boards. Near Fine. 2 titles in one volume. VIII, 248, [V]-VII, [1] pages + 20 plates + [249]-251 pages. Second title [1]-207 pages. Half calf over marbled boards. Large 8vo. 6 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches. Light browning to pages. Boards. The first title, "Traite de photographie stereoscopique. Theorie et pratique," was originally issued with the 20 plates in a separate cloth-backed portfolio. Here the plates have been bound in. Both titles are scarce, with Fabre's work not present in the Epstean collection as of this writing. Both titles deal with the theory and practice of stereoscopy. This artform / photographic technique allows the photographer to take a photograph which can be viewed later in three dimensions. It is accomplished by taking the same image with 2 lenses slightly separated from one another, which when viewed through a stereoscope with similarly separated lenses allows the viewer to see depth in the image. A fascinating parlor trick since the 1850s and still something that wows the public who often hasn't seen it. Both titles are scarce, with fewer than a dozen examples in book form in library systems participating in Worldcat/OCLC.

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        The Railway Children

      Gardener Darton & Co, 1906, Hardcover (Embossed Cloth), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition, Illustrated By: C E BrockA very nice copy. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Slight foxing front/rear pages, but body of book mostly clean and unfoxed. Deckled edges (rough cut), browned. Top edge gilt, faded. Embossed cloth, covers and spine, somewhat worn. Corners are scuffed. Illustrator: C E Brock. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 750 grams. Category: Children; Antiquarium & Collectible; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 70830.

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        The Song of Roland

      Cambridge: The Riverside Press for Houghton Mifflin, 1906. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition. Number 89 of 220 in the original vellum backed boards decorated with fleur de lis. Boards darkened and a little sunned in spots, paper cracked on the rear joint. Some offsetting internally, slight darkening to page edges and endpapers, but otherwise fine and bright. One of the finest works by Rogers and one of the most lovely American illustrated books. XXXIV, (1)pp. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Art & Design; Myths, Legends & Folklore. Inventory No: 044753.

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        Old Greenbottom Inn and Other Stories

      (Lexington, Kentucky: The Author. 1906). First. First edition. 210pp. An old library bookplate and embossed seal, a short tear to the margin of two pages, a nice, near fine copy. A rare, self-published collection of short stories, according to Maxwell Whiteman in A Century of Fiction by American Negroes 1853-1952, it was the only book of fiction published by an African-American in 1906. McClellan was one of the primary African-American poets of Dunbar's generation, noted particularly for his 1916 collection The Path of Dreams. Whiteman p.35, Work p.464, not in the Catalogue of the Blockson Collection. .

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        One Hundred Carpet Designs from Various Parts of India

      Journal of Indian Art, London 1906 - 14.5 x 11 Hardback in Very Good condition. Rebound in blue; Illustrated by 18 color plates 82 black and white; GWO 1827. Uncommon. O'Bannon calls it, "One of the great rug books." Examples include 16th-19th century rugs from Afghanistan, Mughal India and East Turkestan Carpets. Shows a fabulous 10"x29" foldout color plate of the Girdler Carpet from 1634. The "Yarkand" examples (1 color, 15 black and white) are especially notable.; 5; 212 pp. Very Good buckram. Water stain on four pages not affecting text or plates. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cartes a Jouer du Quaorzieme au Vingtieme Siecle . Ouvrage contenant 3200 reproductions de cartes dont 956 en couleur, 12 planches hors texte coloriees a l'aquarelle, 25 phototypies, 116 enveloppes illustrees pour jeux de cartes et 340 vignettes et vues diverses.

      Paris Librairie Hachette et cie 1906 - A Standard Reference Work on the History of Playing Cards With Over Three-Thousand Illustrations D'ALLEMAGNE, Henry-Rene. Les Cartes a Jouer du Quatorzieme au Vingtieme Siecle . Ouvrage contenant 3200 reproductions de cartes dont 956 en couleur, 12 planches hors texte coloriees a l'aquarelle, 25 phototypies, 116 enveloppes illustrees pour jeux de cartes et 340 vignettes et vues diverses. Paris: Librairie Hachette et cie, 1906. First edition. Two large quarto volumes (12 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches; 320 x 250 mm.). Complete with three-thousand, two-hundred reproductions of historical playing cards, nine-hundred fifty-six of which are in color; five mounted color plates; and four-hundred fifty-six intertextual illustrations. Title-pages in red and black. Quarter nineteenth century brown calf over marbled boards, spines decorated in gilt with five raised bands. Marbled endpapers. Original front and rear wrappers bound in. Board extremities rubbed. A bit of sunning to top of front cover on Vol. 1. Overall, a very good copy. A standard reference work on the history and art of playing cards, Henry Rene D'Allemagne's Les Cartes a Jouer du Quatorzieme au Vingtieme Siecle ("Playing Cards from the Fourteenth to Twentieth Century") is an extraordinarily exhaustive work of scholarship that covers the origins, evolution, and social aspects of playing cards and associated games from the 1370s through the first decade of the twentieth-century. The two large volumes contain thousands of magnificent illustrations, many of which are in color. In addition to over three-thousand reproductions of playing cards themselves, included among the representations are historical images of gaming as well as reproductions of nearly one-hundred fifty playing card packs. Hargrave, p.373. Hoffman, The Playing Card, p.62. HBS 67254. $2,000 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      [Berlin], "Klopstockstr. 48", 8. Januar 1906.. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo.. An Sophie Hermann, die Frau des Malers Curt Herrmann: "Ich will gern mein Atelier der Hauspflege weiter öffnen. Ich würde vielleicht wählen: Montag 26. März u. Donnerstag 29ten März Nachmittag 2-4 [...]".

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        Small collection of eight salesman's sample booklets for Cuban cigar labels

      Detmold: "Gebrüder Klingenberg, lithographers". ca. 1906. "Group of sample Cuban cigar labels, 8 booklets in all with 68 various embossed labels, including labels, cigar bands, and sample wood grains for the interior of the cigar boxes. Cigar brands include Electa Superiores, Aguila de Cuba, Flor de Region, Isla de Oro, Baronet Imperiales, La Rosa Havanesa, Superfinos, Ordina Fina, and Tradition Superiores. Klingenberg was at the time the largest employer in Detmold and by the end of the 19th century was world-renown for its fine graphic design and color lithography. In the last two decades of the 19th century Klingenberg was best known for their work for the cigar industry, not only in Germany and on the continent, but also in the United States, Canada and Cuba. Contained in a large mailing envelope from Leipzig addressed to The California Wine Association, San Francisco. It is plausible that in the early years of the 20th century the firm was attempting to reach out into other sectors, notably the wine label business. "

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        The Encyclopaedia Japonica: A Dictionary of Commerce *FIRST EDITION*

      Japan, 1906, Hard Cover, Book Condition: Fair, First EditionSize: 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall, A massive Japanese commercial reference from the early 1900s. Approximately 2,000 pages. Text primarily in Japanese, other than the 18-page bilingual (Japanese/English) index and an intriguing bilingual fold-out sample of various contemporary export documents. Two items laid inside front board include a double-sided bilingual glossary of commonly used trade terms and a wonderful 22" wide by 16" high colour map of the world with trade routes to/from Japan indicated in red. Most text on the map is Japanese with some place names in both English and Japanese. Please note that library name is stamped through the blank upper right corner of the map. Elaborately gilt-decorated backstrip with title in Japanese and English bears considerable wear but is still handsome and, dare we say, mysterious. Per a handwritten inscription inside the back board, this copy was presented to representatives of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce in Tokyo on 24 October, 1908 by Mr. Shonojo Moriyama, Proprietor of the Dobun_____. Edges adorned with partially-faded marbling. Usual library markings. Above-average wear. Binding intact. A marvelously unique item. Shipping weight 3.5kg/8lb, Ex-Library

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        The Family of Moore [Signed by Author]

      Dublin: Ponsonby & Gibbs [Printers]. 1906. Small Quarto Size [approx 17.5cm x 24cm]. Very Good condition. Marbled endpapers. Cream buckram boards with gilt to face and spine. Spine a little discoloured [age] and some marking to boards. Corners lightly bumped. Black & white and one colour illustrations [with tissue guards]. Fold-out chart pedigrees at rear on linen paper - but folds a bit unaligned [ie been folded more than one place over time]. Signed by the author. Loosely inserted are personal notes and family tree by the previous owner - these have been often handled and are both a bit fragile and a bit tatty on the edges. A very scarce item. 143 pages Book is structured in two parts - Part 1 is Mellifont [1066-1727] and Part 2 is Monasterevin [1727-1892]. The family history of the Moore family who became the Earls of Drogheda in 1661. This book covers the family from 1066 [very brief] to 1892. . 1st Edition. Hardback.

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        Eigenh. Postkarte mit U. ("Gf. Zeppelin").

      Bellagio, 25. März 1906.. 1 S. 8vo.. An den Hofphotographen Eugen Jacobi in Metz: "Ich möchte 3 Bilder meines Töchterchens, Aufnahme im Kleid auf dem Stuhl sitzend. Bis Sonntag den 1/4 bin ich in Lugano, Splendide Hotel. H. Rechnungsrath Boekemann ist übrigens stets im Besitz meiner Adresse, die jetzt oefter wechseln wird [...]". - Alt auf Trägerpapier montiert; die Verso-Seite mit größeren Montageresten, die Textseite leicht gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten.

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        Zur Theorie der Lichterzeugung und Lichtsabsorption; (Eingegangen 13. März 1906). (On the Theory of Light Production and Light Absorption).

      (Leipzig, Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1906). No wrappers. Extracted from "Annalen der Physik" Vierte Folge. Bd. 20. Pp. 199-206. Clean and fine.. First printing of one of the papers for which Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1921. It was for the papers "Ueber einen die Erzeugung und Verwandlung des Lichtes betreffenden heuristischen Gesichtspunkt" of 1905 and "Zur Theorie der Lichterzeugung...( Theory of light emission and absorption), the offered item, that Einstein received the prize: "for his services to theoretical physics and especially for his discoveryof the law of the photoelectrical effect" - his reward was not based on relativity."The quantum theory has affected virtually every branch of physics. Its earliest and one of its most significant developments was Einstein's application of the theory to what is known as the 'photo-electrical effect'....Einstein explained this effext by suggesting that the classical view that light is emitted in the form of continous waves must be abandoned. The photo-electrical effect could be explained only as an example of quantum action where the waves of light or X-rays are emitted in minute particles or bullets. It is he size of the bullet (the wave-lenght of the radiation) which determines the number of electrons ejected. It was for this, and not for the theory of relativity, that Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1921. Einstein's two fundamental papers on this subject are "Ueber einem Erzeugung...." 1905 and Zur Theorie der Lichterzeugung (the paper offered here)" (PMM the note to 391).Weil: 12 (with an asterix, denoting a major paper) - Boni:12

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        The Liberal monthly [Complete in 6 vols, bound in 5]

      (London): Liberal Publication Department, 1906, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth with gilt-blocked title to front panel detailing publication and volume year and number. Panel edges somewhat dulled and dust-toned as with age. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Physical desc.: Various paginations complete in six vols, bound in five; ill., 27 cm. Subject: Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Periodicals. Liberal Party (Great Britain) -- Periodicals. Notes: Dates range from 1906 to 1911.

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        Pugilistica. The History of British Boxing. Containing lives of the most celebrated pugilists; full reports of their battles from contemporary newspapers, with authentic portraits, personal anecdotes, and sketches of the principal patrons of the prize ring, forming a complete history of the ring from Fig and Broughton, 1719-40, to the last championship battle between King and Heenan, in December 1863.

      Edinburgh, Grant, 1906.. 3 Bände. 23 x 16 cm. Insgesamt über 1500 S. Mit 100 Tafeln mit Porträts und Illustrationen. Original-Leinwandbände mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und Deckelillustration.. Seltene Originalausgabe der Geschichte des britischen Boxsports. - Unbeschnitten und teilweise unaufgeschnitten, etwas gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, Einbände leicht berieben. Gutes Exemplar. First edition. - 3 vols. With 100 plates. Orig. illustr. cloth (slightly rubbed). - Uncut and partly unopened, some browning resp. foxing. - Very good copy.

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        Mollie's Staircase

      M L Hutchinson, Glasgow Book Warehouse, Melbourne, 1906, Original Wraps, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, First Edition, Illustrated By: Ida Rentoul [Outhwaite]Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall, Oblong, brown textured card covers with ribbon, 19cm by 25cm. Undated, but gift inscription and Marcie Muir bibliography both state 1906. 26 internal leaves, alternate page openings blank. This is Ida Outhwaite's second book, written with her mother Annie Isobel Rentoul. Light toning to outer pages, light vertical creasing to covers, 1cm closed tear to front cover, ribbon very fragile, hint of edgewear to covers, gift inscription to (blank) back of first text page, otherwise in very good condition.

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      James Street, Archibald Constable and C0. LTD., London, UK. 1906 - .A COMPLETE EIGHT VOLUME SET.VOL. I: xxv, 381pp.VOL. II: xv, 669pp.Published in 1908.VOL. III: xv, 449pp.Published in 1907.VOL. IV: xv, 406pp.Published in 1911.VOL. V: xiii, 409pp.Published in 1911.VOL. VI: xxi, 560pp.Published in 1911.VOL. VII: xiii, 435pp.Published in 1912.VOL. VIII: xviii, 457pp.Published in 1914.Red cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine, coat of arms on front cover and top edge in gilt.Folio-sized volume is part of the highly acclaimed VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY (VCH) series. Illustrated throughout with COLOR FOLDED MAPS, B/W plates and text illustrations. Founded in 1899 and originally dedicated to Queen Victoria, the VCH is an encyclopaedic record of England's places and people from the earliest times to the present day. It is without doubt the GREATEST PUBLISHING PROJECT IN ENGLISH LOCAL HISTORY having built an international reputation for scholarly standards. Based at the HISTORICAL RESEARCH IN THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON since 1933, the VCH is WRITTEN BY HISTORIANS WORKING IN COUNTIES ACROSS ENGLAND. The famous VCH big red books, which cover ALL HISTORICAL PERIODS, are written county by county from original documents and fieldwork. INTRODUCTORY CHAPTERS INCLUDE SUBJECTS RANGING FROM ARCHAEOLOGY TO SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY, WHILE TOPOGRAPHICAL SECTIONS GIVE A COMPREHENSIVE ACCOUNT OF EACH CITY, TOWN AND VILLAGE.Clean interior.SCARCE IN A SET.Books show the minimal amount of stamps and markings one would associate with a retired library set, but otherwise in very good shape.Call number labels were removed.VOLs. 7 & 8 have the call numbers written in black on spine.Pages 143 to 150 torn loose but present and other leaves partially torn in VOL. 8.Front and back hinge cracked in VOL. 8, but holding.Leaves are fragile throughout set.Additional shipping and handling charges will apply for weight and multiple volumes. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History of India

      The Grolier Society 1906 - An absolutely gorgeous set. Edition de Luxe - Of 100 copies for England and America, this is number 78. 9 volumes, bound in half leather, with marbled boards. Gilt trim along leather on covers. Spines have gilt lettering and decoration, with black accents and raised bands. beautifully coloured frontispieces, with printed, protective tissue. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      The Rentala House, Madras 1906 - Dimensions: 23cm x 15cm approx. A very rare First Edition copy of "Othello Unveiled" by the Indian Shakespearean scholar, Rentala Venkata Subbarau. Published in 1906 by Rentala House, Mylapore, Madras, the book accompanies "Hamlet Unveiled", published later. Subbarau also wrote "Kamala¿s Letters to Her Husband". An extremely rare book in its own right, with modern re-prints being almost the only versions available on websites such as Abebooks. The copy we are offering has a superb provenance. The volume was gifted by the author to pre-eminent Shakespearean scholar, A. C. Bradley and is inscribed to the front free endpaper "To A. C. Bradley, Esq, LLD, Litt. D, with the compliments of the author. 14th March, 1906." Andrew Cecil Bradley (1851-1935) was Professor of Poetry at Oxford University for five years during which he published his two most important works "Shakespearean Tragedy" (in 1904) and "Oxford Lectures on Poetry" (in 1909). The book contains quite a lot of pencil annotations that could well have been made by Bradley, though we cannot be certain. This copy also contains another (presumably later) inscription just above that to Bradley that reads "Marjory W. Baker, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford". Just a bookplate to the front paste-down. A fair bit of wear/rubbing/fading/marking to the cloth covers. Spine very slightly skewed which has caused the binding to be slightly stretched to page gutters. Internal pages good (some uncut) with just slight yellowing. Binding tight. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Orange Fairy Book

      London, New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green, and Co, , 1906. With eight coloured plates and numerous illustrations by H. J. Ford. Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles gilt to spine, fairy design to front board and spine gilt, all edges gilt. Colour frontispiece wit tissue guard, engraved vignette title page, 6 colour plates, 17 black and white plates, and engraved illustrations in the text throughout. Spine a little darkened, extremities faintly rubbed, some light cockling to fore edge of rear board, endpapers slightly foxed. A bright copy in exellent condition. First edition, first impression, of the tenth instalment in Lang's Fairy Book series. A lovely copy.

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        Works Of Charles Dickens [COMPLETE IN 40 VOLUMES & LIMITED TO 750 COPIES]

      Chapman and Hall, London, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, National Edition, Illustrated By: Cruikshank, Phiz et al"This Edition, the National Edition, of the Works, Letters, and Life of Charles Dickens, dated 1906-1908, is limited to seven hundred and fifty copies for England and America, the type of which has been distributed as each volume was printed." Vtions by g J Pinwell and W M. Books - in Very Good green boards with gilt lettering, and rough trimmed pages - light sunning to the spines but the lettering is bright and distinct and there is a small mark to the bottom of the spine of volume II and light marking to the front board of volume XII. Contents, browning to some paste downs and end papers and some scattered spotting to some pages and plates. In volume III the plate mentioned as page 262 is actually 260 and in volume XXVII, the plate mentioned 272 is actually 256. In volume V, there is some creasing to the top corner of the half title page. In Volumes VI & VII, there is some light creasing to some protective tissues. In volumes XVIII & XX, there is some browning to the preface pages. Volume XXII has some creasing to pages 45-50. Volume XXXVI, has an over tight rear paste down causing an inch of webbing to be seen but is still nice and tight. Volume XXXVIII has a light crease to the free front end paper. PLEASE EMAIL FOR FULL BOOK CONTENT DETAILS. Size: 9.25 inches tall by 6.5 inches. Illustrated profusely with black and white plates with headed protective tissues. Also illustrated with coloured designs of the Monthly Part Works & Editions. Illustrator: Cruikshank, Phiz et al. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Literature & Literary; Inventory No: 5855.

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        Die Memoiren der Fanny Hill / von John Cleland [complete in 2 volumes]

      Paphos um jahr der Cythere [Vienna, C.W. Star], 1906, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, Limited EditionLimited edition: nos. 262 (v.1) and 102 (v.2) of 800 numbered copies only for subscribers. Very good copies bound in contemporary decorative full soft leather. Spines sun-toned. Spine bands and panel edges somwhat dust-toned and worn as with age. Spines cocked. Corners bumped. Volume 2 is slightly more worn than volume 1. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1 pages; Description: 2v.: (198, 204p.) : illus., plates ; 17cm. German translation of 'Fanny Hill: or, the Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure.' Rare edition illustrated with 6 two-colour erotic illus. on plates by Franz von Bayros. Translated by Erick Feldhammer. Subjects: Erotic fiction -- Pornography. Notes: Regarded as one of the first instances of prose pornography, originally published in 1749. According to the British Library catalogue the imprint is false, and the book was printed in Vienna. Language: German.

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        The Tale of Jeremy Fisher

      London: Frederick Warne and Co.,, 1906. Sextodecimo. Recent dark green half morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, original pictorial boards and pictorial endpapers at front. With colour illustrations by the author. Small gift inscription to front free endpaper, the occasional minor blemish, an excellent copy. First edition, first impression.

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        The Dog Book. Ten Parts in One Volume.

      New York, Doubleday, Page & Company 1905, 1906, (Published Feb 1905 through July 1906).First Edition. - Deep red cloth hardcover 7 1/2" x 10 1/2", Good/No Dust Jacket, 746 pages, complete ten parts of the Dog Book as originally published in 1905 through 1906, bound into one 3 3/4" thick volume. The gray paper cover for the first part is also bound into the back of the book as an example, and all the interior parts of the book look clean except for minor margin water stain here and there, few finger marks, and a margin tear at first illustration list. Book is tight, hinges are intact and tight. This gray paper cover states that this is complete in ten parts with three hundred (black and white) photographic illustrations. These are beautifully done on glossy, and still bright, either full page photos or combining 2 or 3 on one page. The red hardcover looks to be a library type binding, sturdy cloth with only gilt title and author on spine, plus two printed numbers on the bottom spine, but this was not a library book as such, there are no library markings. The front cover and spine are heavily spotted and edgeworn, the back is very faded at the top with some sort of paper remnants on the bottom third. Edge rubbing all around but not worn through. Probably should have had this rebound, but I admired the binding job which has lasted almost a hundred years. Only marks I saw were a pencilled word and a number on the gray bound-in paper cover, no names, etc. Page edges are untrimmed and darkened. A great reference on dogs, and also very interesting to read in short sessions. Good/None. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The School of Mines Quarterly. A Journal of Applied Science; North American Index Fossils (4 Vols. bound together)

      COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK 1906 - Contains Vol. XXVII #2, Jan. 1906, 107 pgs. Vol. XXVIII #1, Nov. 1906, 80 pgs. Vol. XXVIII #2, Jan. 1907, 73 pgs. Vol. XXVIII #3, April 1907, 101 pgs. All bound together in one book. Gold gilt on spine, b&w illustrations, good binding, clean body and unmarked text. Extremely light shelf edge wear, gilt on spine is fading, stamp of previous owner's name on endpaper, number written small on spine, but NO ex-library markings, and very light rubbing to the spine edge. Beautiful Copy!! DATE PUBLISHED: 1906 EDITION: 352 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        President Truman Signed Citation to cartoonist Zack Mosley, creator of the ?Smilin? Jack? comic strip, awarding him The Air Medal

      "Printed Document Signed ?Harry S. Truman? as President, 1 page, 8? x 10?. No date, The White House. Uniformly toned from prior framing. Fine condition. Headed ?Citation to Accompany the Award of / The Air Medal / to / Captain Zack T. Mosley, 2-1-466 / Civil Air Patrol? In full, ?For meritorious achievement while participating in antisubmarine patrol missions during World War II. The accomplishment of these missions in light commercial type aircraft despite the hazards of unfavorable weather conditions reflects the highest credit upon this valiant member of the Civil Air Patrol. The high degree of competence and exceptional courage he displayed in the voluntary performance of a hazardous and difficult task contributed in large measure to the security of coastal shipping and military supply lines. His patriotic efforts aided materially in the accomplishment of a vital mission of the Army Air Force in the prosecution of the war.? Accompanied by a 6.5? x 8.5? black & white unsigned photograph of Capt. Mosley receiving his medal from two men in uniform. Created by cartoonist Zack Mosley (1906-1993) in 1933, the comic strip ?Smilin? Jack? ran in more than 300 newspapers for 40 years. It was the longest running aviation comic strip. Mosley, who also designed posters, insignias and program covers for flying events, started taking flying lessons in 1932 and became a licensed pilot in 1936. He owned nine airplanes, logging over 3000 hours. Mosley was one of the founders of the Civil Air Patrol. In 1976, he was inducted into the Civil Air Patrol Auxiliary-USAF Hall of Honor."

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        With Walt Whitman In Camden (Three-Volume Set: March 28--July 14, 1888; July 16--October 31, 1888; November 1, 1888--January 20, 1889)

      Boston; New York; New York: Small, Maynard & Company; D. Appleton and Company; Mitchell Kennerley. 1906; 1908; 1914. First. First editions, state B of the third volume. Three volume set. Thick octavos. Illustrated with portrait plates and facsimiles, volume one with a folding facsimile of Whitman's handwritten Last Will & Testament. Publisher's dark green cloth gilt. Some corners gently bumped, else a fine handsome set. .

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        Geronimo's Story of His Life

      Duffield, New York 1906 - Published just a few years before he died, VG copy with slight rubbing to spine title, 1st edn, f/o name on fep, xxvii + 216pps, photos. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vladimir Chertkov [Tchertkoff], Free Age Press and Tuckton House, Christchurch, Hampshire : archive of original photographs, ca. 1905-1912

      NP, ca.1906, 1906, Paperback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionAll photographs are in a very good condition, slightly edge-nicked and dulled as with age. A selection of the portraits are mounted on stiff card. Overall, this unique collection remains particularly well-preserved. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; A remarkable collection of over 30 original photographs relating to Vladimir Chertkov and Tuckton House in England, the home of Free Age Press, which published works of Tolstoy from his original manuscripts. The photographs include portraits of Chertkov, his family and other members of the 'Tolstoy Commune'. Also included are photos of the house and other buildings, with some shots of a building on fire. Some photos are labelled and dated on the reverse, 1905-1912. Biographical note: Vladimir Chertkov, Leo Tolstoy?s secretary and friend, travelled to England in 1897, after his exile by the Russian government. He settled at Tuckton House, where Tolstoy had enjoyed a summer holiday in 1894. Tchertkov brought with him thirty or so other emigres, mainly middle-class artisans and professionals, who were resolved to publish the works of their mentor, Tolstoy. Chertkov put his money, energy and leadership skills into the remarkable Free Age Press, run by A. C. Fifield. Over the next few years, this small press produced 424 million pages of Tolstoy?s writing. Its propagating work was then carried on by the publisher C. W. Daniel, also a fan of Tolstoy, and who acquired the rights of the Free Age Press around 1906.

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        Eigenh. Postkarte mit U. ("AugSg").

      [Stockholm, 21. Oktober 1906].. ¾ S. Qu.-8vo. Mit eh. Adresse.. An seinen Übersetzer Emil Schering (1873-1951): "Det är möjligt att Kühlings kontrakt utvisar huru öfverenskommelsen är mellan Brausenvetter och mig; eljes vet jag ingen rad [...]". - Emil Schering studierte in Göttingen, Königsberg und Berlin und war seit 1897 Redakteur, Übersetzer und Herausgeber der deutschen Gesamtausgabe von Strindbergs Werken. - Mit einigen kleineren Wasserflecken.

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      London: T. Werner Laurie,. 1906. Octavo, pp. [1-8] [1]-2-320 [note: first leaf is a blank],. half title and title leaves printed in green and black, original pictorial black cloth, front and spine panels stamped in orange, olive-green and white, publisher's monogram stamped in orange on rear panel.. Private owner's armorial bookplate affixed to front paste-down. Very. light scuffing to surface of front cover (perhaps a bit of insect. tracking), else a clean, tight, near fine copy with bright cover. stamping and interior remarkably free of the foxing found in most. copies of this book. A superior copy of one of Shiel's scarcer titles. that is rarely found in nice condition. (#101923). First edition. Part of a loosely linked trilogy of science fiction novels, the first two being THE LORD OF THE SEA (1901) and THE PURPLE CLOUD (1901). "It is the tale of the final collapse of the traditional churches. It contains some grim scenes, including crucifixions, but it is more political than horrific." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 383. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 2028. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 32. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 196. Stableford, Scientific Romance in Britain 1890-1950, pp. 80-1. Bleiler (1978), p. 179. Reginald 13026. Morse, The Works of M. P. Shiel Updated (1980), p. 161.

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        Inter-Temporary Values : or the Distribution of the Produce in Time / by James C. Smith

      London : Kegan Paul, Trench, Tru bner, & Co. , Ltd. 1906 - Physical desc. : 136p : illus. , charts (1 fold. ) , tabs ; 22cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Subject: Money. Value. Appendixes: A. Coinage Act, 1870.--B. [Miscellaneous charts]--C. Wholesale and retail prices. --D. The double monetary unit. --E. Inter-temporary value. Publisher's gilt-blocked brown cloth, very good. RARE ASSOCIATION COPY; Signed, inscribed and dated by the author to 'His Most Excellent Majesty, Edward the Seventh, Jersey, 28th, August, 1908'. 1 Kg. 136 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Die KŠmme Aller Zeiten von der Steinzeit bis zur Gegenwart, Eine Sammlung von Abbildungen * The Combs of all Times from the Stone Age to the Present Day, A Collection of Reproductions * Le Peigne a Travers les Ages, Collection de Reproductions. Winter's Correction Copy.

      Leipzig: Verlag Von H. A. Ludwig Degener, [1906-7]. - Illustrated by 84 loose b&w plates. First edition. printed green cloth folder and gussets. 4to. pp. 12, [2] Part I & 2 half sheets, [84] plates. Very Good. Spine and gussets of folder repaired with 2/3 original flaps. Foxing starting to introductory pages printed in German, English and French. Winter's original correction copy with his pencil notation and plate corrections with additional drawings pasted to several plates. English corrections were never republished. Still the most comprehensive study of combs and hair embellishments ever made. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ecole Belge de peinture. 1830-1905.

      Bruxelles G. Van Oest 1906 - Relié, demi-cuir, dos à 5 nerfs avec titre et ornaments dorés, plats marbrés, 239 pp., 23x29.5cm., ills. n/b., très belle exemplaire. N° 17 de 40 exemplaires sur papier de Hollande Van Gelder Zonen, numérotés de 11 à 50. Le présent exemplaire a été imprimé pour Le T. R. Chanoine L. J. Mierts. Cette exemplaire est enrichis d'eaux-fortes originales de A. Baertsoen, V. Gilsoul, F. Khnopff, A. Stevens, Th. Verstraete. L'eaux-forte de A. Rassenfosse manque. Imprimé par J.-E. Buschmann, Anvers. 0 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letters From Samoa 1891-1895

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, NY 1906 - (full book description) Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, NY, 1906. 1st Ed. (U.S.) VG-, Hard Cover, No Dust Jacket. Size=5.5"x7.5", 340pgs(Index). 12 B/W Photo Plates. Red cloth, cream paper spine label with red & black lettering & top page end gold gilt. Spine cloth just very slightly darkened, partial front hinge paper hairline tear, o.w. clean & tight. No ink names, bookplates, etc. Text in VG+ condition, covers VG. Hard to find book in decent condition. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Geddis & Blomfield 1906 - True first addition,New Zealands rarest book on rugby.Rebound in brown grained leather with gold titles to spine.In mint condition.New paste downs and prelims.Title page rebacked with paper page to strengthen.Large name on title page ofT.S.Pinder 1906.Block is sound and tight,all square and no loose pages;complete,176 pages with 24 pages of publishers advertising.Pages are edge worn,some marks,nice sound copy . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Golgotha and the Holy Sepulchre

      The Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund, London, 1906, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, First EditionSize: 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall, 209 pages. Index. Nine black and white plates. Twelve black and white figures. Fold-out two-colour plan of Jerusalem at back. Published posthumously. A detailed investigation of the question of the validity of the traditional sites of the Holy Sepulchre and of Golgotha. Average wear and soiling to dark yellow exterior. All lettering and gilt decorations clearly legible/visible upon backstrip and front board. Binding intact. Prior owner's signature atop title page, otherwise unmarked. A sound copy.

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        HUEFFER (Ford Madox)

      The Pinafore Library: Christina’s fairy Book. By Ford Madox Hueffer. London: Alston Rivers, Ltd., N.D. [1906]. Post 16mo in half-sheets; half-title not called for; hand-coloured presentation leaf (unused) with series advertisements on verso precedes illustrated title-page printed in red and black; 3pp. integral advertisements at end; pp.[77]+[iii]; quarter blue rough buckram, cut flush, ledger-style, glazed printed paper boards, the front board printed pictorially in green, brown, drab, and black, the back board printed pictorially in blue, grey, pale brown, and green; end-papers printed pictorially in blue, the front and back end-papers bearing different designs, the back end-papers hand-coloured (v. note); rounded die-cut edges. Paper covering of boards chipped a little at corners, and covers generally a trifle rubbed; two or three scattered fox-spots internally, and slight cracking or scuffing of end-papers at hinges; a very good copy, nonetheless of a rare book that is almost unknown in commerce, as here, in its original binding. Issued as the first volume of ‘The Pinafore Library’, the advertisement leaf recording the other volumes as ‘The Travelling Companions’ by Lady Margaret Sackville; ‘Highways and Byways in Fairyland’ by Arthur Ransome; ‘The Fairy Doll’ by Netta Syrett; and ‘Who’s Who in Fairyland’ by Anne Pyne. Arguably Ford’s scarcest book, of which the bibliographer had never seen a copy, and no copy has been recorded at auction for well over the past thirty years. COPAC records copies only at the British Library, Oxford, Cambridge, and (possibly) the National Library of Scotland; whilst OCLC shows none in America, although Princeton has a copy added after the Naumburg collection check-list was published in the Princeton University Library Chronicle. The hand-colouring of the presentation leaf and back end-papers here has been very carefully and artistically done, but is presumably the work of a child. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.

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