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        PETER PAN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS

      LONDON : Hodder & Stoughton , 1906 . First Edition . VG . 4TO . Rackham's second major commission and generally considered his most important book. With guarded frontis and 49 other guarded plates, mounted on brown card and bound in at rear. The book has been lovingly rebacked with the original spine laid on. Corners are bumped, some foxing to first few pages. All of the plates are in fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Neil Williams, Bookseller]
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        Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

      New York. Charles Scribner's Sons. 1906 Bound in pictorial gilt decorated green cloth over boards. Thick 4to. (7.5"x10"). The First American Edition. Illustrated with Fifty tissue-guarded, tipped-in colour plates and additional monochrome motifs and decorations by Arthur Rackham. A bit of rubbing to head and tailpieces,the mildest hand soiling to covers,usual edge chipping and/or short tears and/or wrinkling to some tissue guards, else a Fine, bright, exquisitely crisp copy of this most desireable rendering of Barrie's timeless story.

      [Bookseller: Heldfond Book Gallery, ABAA-ILAB]
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        A MODERN SYMPOSIUM from the library of Henry James

      London: Brimley Johnson & Ince, Ltd., 1906. Hardcover. Covers a little stained with a small piece of cloth lacking from the spine edge at the front. First published in 1905. Henry James's copy, SIGNED and dated 1906 by him on the front free endpaper: Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson was a British author, historian, and political activist. E. M. Forster, his literary executor, was criticized for refraining from publishing details of Dickinson's sexual proclivities, including his foot fetishism and unrequited love for young men.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        The Right Way to Do Wrong: An Expose of Successful Criminals

      Boston: Harry Houdini. 1906. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. F First Edition, First Printing Collectible. Paperback. Very Good. RARE FIRST PRINTING OF HARRY HOUDINI'S FIRST BOOK! Rebound in red wraps, with original front cover (trimmed) laid down. Housed in a custom black cloth slipcase and folding chemise. Several leaves have some nicks to margins, otherwise a clean solid copy, expertly restored.

      [Bookseller: Vashon Island Books]
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        Lord Randolph Churchill, inscribed and dated by Winston Churchill to his best man before publication

      This is the first edition of Churchill's biography of his father, inscribed on the day before publication to Churchill's lifelong friend, confidante, and best man at his wedding, Hugh Cecil. The unusually personal inscription inked in black in four lines on the Volume I ffep reads: "Linky / from / Winston S.C / 1 January 1906." The ink is mildly age-toned, but remains quite distinct with no discernable age-spreading. The inscription page remains clean and bright. The books retain square and tight original bindings with sharp corners and nicely rounded spines. There is minor wear at the spine ends, sunning and minor staining of the spines, and a few paint spots on the Volume II covers. The contents are clean, bright, and complete. Spotting in both volumes is mild and primarily confined to the prelims and the untrimmed page edges. Lord Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne Cecil (1869-1956) - "Linky" to friends - was son of the 3rd Marquess of Salisbury. He was a Conservative MP from 1895 to 1937, then Provost of Eton College Oxford until 1944. He was best man at Churchill's wedding in 1908 and - at Winston's invitation - became Baron Quickswood in 1941. As a leader of the eponymous "Hughligans" Linky strongly influenced Churchill's early Parliamentary career. This dissident group of clever, young, and ambitious Conservative back bench MPs ceaselessly, stridently, and often effectively opposed Tory leadership. Winston labored over his father's biography from 1902-1905, a time Winston began as a dissident Tory (as his father had been) and ended as a turncoat Liberal. This work was fitting to inscribe to Linky. Both men began political careers preceded by famous fathers. But Linky's father was a living presence, Winston's a dead weight. Lord Randolph, a fiery and erratic Tory, infamously died young, politically defeated and disgraced. Lord Salisbury was a Tory mainstay, member of the House of Lords, and thrice Prime Minister, his last premiership coinciding with Linky's election to Parliament. Linky remained faithful to the Tory party, if not to its policy and leadership. Linky spent more than 40 continuous years as a conservative MP, opposing Tory orthodoxy, but with less edge, angst, urgency, and ambition than Winston. Over 40 tumultuous years from his first election to his first premiership, Winston would successively represent, oppose, loathe, reject, rejoin, fiercely criticize, and finally lead the Conservative Party. As early as 1901 Churchill considered leaving the Party and confided in Linky. On 28 December 1901, Linky wrote admonishing Winston - gently - both to wait and to modulate the tone of his criticism. When Winston's decision became irrevocable he wrote a long, remarkably candid explanation to Linky: "To go on like this wavering between opposite courses, feigning friendship to a party where no friendship exists, & loyalty to leaders whose downfall is desired, sickens me." (Letter of 24 October 1903) After Winston became a Liberal in 1904 - even after Churchill rejoined the Conservatives in 1924 - Linky and Winston sometimes bitterly disagreed on issues. Nonetheless, their friendship withstood time and politics. In August 1908 Linky quickly agreed to be Churchill's best man. Over the years, Churchill repeatedly wrote to Linky with revealing nostalgia, humor, and candor, notably when Churchill lost his premiership in the General Election of 1945, when his brother Jack died in 1947, and when Churchill turned 80 and wrote to Linky - 5 years Churchill's senior - "I have had both harmony and discord rolling over each other inside my octogenarian nut" (Letter of 8 December 1954). In December 1940, nearly 35 years after Churchill inscribed these books, Churchill wrote to Linky offering a barony, with humor and good natured teasing testifying that a close association endured. Linky lived to see the end of Winston's second premiership. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A17.1, Woods/ICS A8(a), Langworth p.69.

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        THE JUNGLE

      New York: Jungle Publishing Company, (1906). First Edition. Hardcover. Fine with an outstanding presentation. Bound in full black morocco leather by Root & Son with five raised bands, gilt lettering and dentelles, top edge gilt. First state with the "Sustainer's Edition" label mounted on a front blank. Sinclair's powerful exposure of the Chicago meat-packing industry, still a staple on the menus of many high school reading lists. His account of the social and human abuses of the yards, where packers used "everything about the hog except the squeal," led to major reforms in the industry and, along with UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, is one of the few American novels to have a lasting impact on the way we live our lives. Indeed, when this book was published Jack London said, "What Uncle Tom's Cabin did for black slaves, The Jungle has a large chance to do for the white slaves of today." Later in life, Sinclair said of his masterpiece: "I aimed at the public's heart and by accident I hit it in the stomach." This copy INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on a front blank to Thomas W. Lawson and with a quote in the author's hand from his earlier book JOURNAL OF ARTHUR STIRLING: "'Oh thou black jungle of a world!/There savage beasts through forest midnight roam,/Seeking in sorrow for each other's joy.'" Lawson was a wealthy stock speculator and author of both fiction and nonfiction books concerning the stock market. Although he once paid a florist thirty thousand dollars for a single carnation for his wife, his fortunes declined after writing an expose of the market and he died a relatively poor man.

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        The Friends of Voltaire

      London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1906 First edition. Half brown morocco over marbled boards, spine decoratively tooled in gilt and blind, with firve raised bands. Top edge gilt. Octavo. Ten portrait plates. Extra-illustrated with forty-five additional portraits, mostly engraved (two hadn-colored) and from the eighteenth and early nineteenth century; subjects include Descartes, Franklin, Louis XVI, Catherine the Great, Rousseau, Beaumarchais, Euler, Pascal, et al. Also with one leaf of manuscript by Voltaire laid in. Back board rubbed in one spot, otherwise a fine, clean copy in morocco-tipped slipcase. The manuscript page is part of a letter and is dated in a different hand, "5 fevr. 1749." Voltaire offers to send a third party, whom he characterizes as a fine citizen and a great thinker, his last copy of one of his works, a copy he was using to produce a new edition. We do not know which of his works is referred to in the letter, but it is interesting to speculate.

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        The Jungle

      The Jungle Publishing Company, 1906 First edition, first state; with the "Sustainer's Edition" label to the front pastedown. One of 5000 copies. Original publisher's green decorated cloth. Includes a handwritten full page letter signed by Sinclair from August 15, 1965 written on Indiana University's Lilly Library's "The Sinclair Exhibit" program. Some light wear and rubbing to the extremities, spine lettering a bit rubbed, one corner bumped, rear hinge tender, else very good or better.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        'Puck of Pook's Hill', and 'Some Fore-Runners of Sherlock Holmes' in The Strand Magazine

      London, George Newnes Jan-Dec.1906, 1906. The complete Puck in parts; FIRST APPEARANCE, preceeding the edition in book-form. Orinal magazine issues; 10 separate parts. .Illustrated throughout. Bound in publisher's light blue pictorial wrappers. Some minor chips as expected, some adsverts excised from Feb. and June issues, but generally a very clean, attractive set. Housed in a leather box. Also contains a Sherlockian article, plus pieces by Doyle, Max Pemberton, P.G.Wodehouse, Richard Marsh and E.Nesbit. Kipling's popular series of tales set in different historical eras, including Roman Britain, Anglo-Saxon England, The Norman Conquest, The Middle Ages and the Tudor Period. The stories are all told to two children living near Pevensey, East Sussex, by characters magically plucked out of history by 'Puck'. Traditionally the term 'Puck' referred to a malicious spirit or demon of popular superstition, and from the 16th century the name of a mischevious goblin (or Hobgoblin), similar to that appearing in Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', the fairy scene from which is acted out here. Although 'Puck' is seen as a children's book, (in the same way 'Treasure Island' or 'King Solomon's Mines' are viewed), the story-tellers are adults and the romances they describe would only be suitable for older readers. Stewart [306]. Bleiler; Checklist of Fantastic Literature (277). BMC No.1[1984]; 'Edwardian Children's Books'. Oxford Companion to English Lit. p537, 797.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Nordwestdeutsche Kunst-Ausstellung Oldenburg 1905. Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Ausstellungs-Anlagen von Peter Behrens-Düsseldorf und Sonder-Ausstellung von Heinr. Vogeler-Worpswede. Herausgeber Alexander Koch

      Darmstadt, Koch 1906. 30 cm. (4), 90, (14) Seiten mit zahlreichen teils blattgroßen Illustrationen. Festeinband, Halbleineneinband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Original-Umschlagtitel beigebunden - Elze, Vogeler 144 - Neteler 1998 Nr. 134 - Hünich 52 - Kat. Oldenburg 1999 Seiten 217; Abbildungen 165 - Koolman 2456 - Katalog der berühmten Ausstellung, hier als Sonderheft der Zeitschrift "Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration", das nach Beendigung der Ausstellung veröffentlicht wurde. Der Umschlag ist dem des Kataloges sehr ähnlich gestaltet. Mit dem von Peter Behrens entworfenen Stadtwappen (Kat. Oldenburg 1999). Mit Einleitung von Karl Schaefer, S. 57-59: Rilke, Heinrich Vogeler-Worpswede. Mit 42 Abbildungen. Weitere Abbildungen nach Werken und a. von Jacob Alberts, Peter Behrens, Wilhelm Degode, Ludwig Dettmann, Hans Peter Feddersen, Wilhelm Feldmann, Carlos Grethe, Rudolf Hellwag, Arthur Illies, Fr. Kallmorgen, Paul Kayser, Wilhelm Laage, Karl Leipold, Fritz Mackensen, Friedrich Missfeld, Otto Modersohn, Alfred Mohrbutter, Else Müller-Kämpff, Paul Müller-Kämpff, Hans Olde, Ernst Oppler, Wilhelm Otto, Fritz Overbeck, August Wilckens, Bernhard Winter. Titel und einzelne Tafeln im weißen Rand gestempelt. -

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        LONDON: A PAPER READ AT A MEETING OF THE ART WORKERS GUILD . . . MARCH 6, 1891

      Hammersmith: Doves Press, 1906. ONE OF FIVE COPIES PRINTED ON VELLUM (along with 300 on paper). Hardcover. 235 x 165 mm (9 1/4 x 6 1/2"). 7, [1] pp. ONE OF FIVE COPIES PRINTED ON VELLUM (along with 300 on paper). Very pleasing russet crushed morocco by the Doves Bindery (stamp-signed and dated 1921 on rear turn-in), covers with simply ruled gilt border, raised bands, spine with vertical titling and gilt-ruled compartments, turn-ins with gilt fillets, all edges gilt. Tidcombe DP-9; Tomkinson, pp. 54-55; Franklin, p. 210. Boards a little bowed (as usual with vellum), otherwise A VERY FINE COPY, clean and bright inside and out. An attractively bound vellum copy of a paper in which Cobden-Sanderson laments that London has developed, not according to a sensible plan that would reflect its people and its people's accomplishments, but as the result of individuals striving for their own profit. He encourages a kind of architectural revolution, including a building upwards, as the expression of the collective mind and ideals of a great nation. His address met with less than enthusiastic response. Vellum copies of this publication were not sold by the press, and did not appear on the market until sales at Sotheby';s in 1923 (three copies), 1929, and 1938. These five luxury copies are obviously rare and highly prized: a copy matching the description of our volume (and perhaps this one) has sold for a hammer price as high as £4,200, or the equivalent of $7,266 (at Christie's on 16 Nov 2005).

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        THE WRITINGS OF HENRY DAVID THOREAU [MANUSCRIPT EDITION]

      Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1906.. Volume one only, of twenty. Polished buckram, paper label. Plates, photographs, illustrations (some colored). Binding worn, sunned and flecked, with endsheets bearing inserted clippings, inserted manuscript leaf fine. The first volume only from the important "Manuscript Edition" of Thoreau's works. From an edition of 600 numbered sets (in addition to an unknown number of out of series sets), "signed" by the publisher, and containing in this volume a leaf of autograph manuscript by Thoreau. In the present example, the manuscript is a full leaf, written in ink, with pencil insertions, on recto only, and totals approximately 150 words in Thoreau's hand. The text conforms to a section in Thoreau's essay, "Night and Moonlight," although the published text is considerably revised. The essay was published in THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY (the November issue of1863) and in EXCURSIONS (1863). BORST B3. BAL 20145.

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        Liberia - with an Appendix on the Flora of Liberia by Otto Stapf

      London: Hutchinson & Co, 1906. First edition. 2 vols., Thick 8vo. 28 color plates, 426 black & white Illustrations, 4 folding maps, and 18 Maps in text. Original gilt-stamped maroon cloth. A little rubbing at edges, corners bumped and inner hinges cracked but binding is sound; overall, a very good set of this massive and comprehensieve account

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Story of Little Jane and Me. [With] Polly and the Aunt. By the Aunt.

      Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company, the Riverside Press, 1898 and October 1906 - 2 works, octavo (196 × 140 mm). Both works in a presentation binding by the Riverside Press of contemporary red full morocco, spines gilt in compartments, double gilt ruled border to sides, gilt-rolled board edges, turn-ins elaborately gilt, marbled endpapers, red cloth bookmarkers, top edges gilt. Offset tanning to free endpapers from the turn-ins only, but otherwise fine copies. Work 1 with monochrome portrait plates, work 2 with portrait frontispiece. First editions, both inscribed by the author (the second work being the dedication copy) to Caroline Nelson Russell, "with the author's love" on the first blanks, with "Cambridge, June 9, 1905" in the first work, and "Cambridge, October 6, 1906" in the second work. The Story of Little Jane and Me bears M. E. Blatchford's own bookplate, making this her own copy, latterly inscribed and gifted, and also has notes in the author's hand to the reverse of the illustrated plates, detailing the identity and the birth- (and sometimes death-) dates of the people depicted. Polly and the Aunt (which is the dedication copy, the printed dedication reading "To C. N. R. Thy acceptance Maketh blest") contains the author's manuscript additions of the real names of characters where they have been changed for publication (as well as some notes), confirming the intimate connection of the recipient to these works. These titles are very scarce in any state - the Osborne Collection of Children's books has a 1926 reprint of Little Jane and no copy of Polly and the Aunt - and to have family copies in fine condition, bound for presentation by the press, and furthermore inscribed and annotated, one of them to the dedicatee, must be indeed a rarity. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Transactions of the Australasian Institute of Mining Engineers - Volume XI 1906

      Australasian Institute of Mining Engineers, Melbourne 1906 - 196pp with xxxvii b/w plates and xxxiv folding illustrations - beige cloth - rubbed and stained boards - moderate wear to edges with two small losses of cloth to spine - endpapers and content edges slightly foxed - minor tear to one folding illustration with some minor foxing to margins - last two b/w plates are detached but still present - spine cracked but solid enough - RARE AUSTRALASIAN MINING TRANSACTIONS [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        N'ginoth Baruch Schorr LeYamim Noraim, composed by Baruch Schorr, edited by Israel Schorr

      Bloch Publishing Co., 738 Broadway, New York, New York 1906 - The Hebrew inscription is: To D. Hertz [] / [] []she ze'ev P[] / [Signature]. Title page has a large photo of Baruch Schorr. [6], 25 pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        Manuale del salsamentario.

      Subject: (Manuali Hoepli). Milano, Hoepli, 1906, 16mo leg. orig. t.tela copertina a quadrettini, tagli rossi, pp. VIII-224 con 76 fig. n.t. Prima, non comune, edizione.

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        La birra. Malto. Luppolo. Fabbricazione. Analisi.

      Subject: (Manuali Hoepli). Milano, Hoepli, 1906, 16mo t.tela originale, cop. ill. col. pp. XI-279 con 25 inc. + 64 pp. (Elenco Manuali). Prima edizione, rarissima.

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        ILLUSTRATED CABINET EDITION [OF THE WORKS OF] JANE AUSTEN (11 VOLUMES; SET)

      Dana Estes, Boston 1906 - This set of the Illustrated Cabinet Edition of the Austen consists of EMMA (2 Volumes); PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (2 Volumes); SENSE AND SENSIBILITY (2 Volumes); MANSFIELD PARK (2 Volumes); NORTHANGER PARK (1 Volume); and LADY SUSAN, THE WATSONS, THE LETTERS OF JANE AUSTEN (2 Volumes). Appears to be lacking PERSUASION. Each volume illustrated with a paper spine label by C. Brock. The green cloth bindings are in excellent condition, though the paper spine labels are quite faded, with some chipping and staining. There is a previous owner name at the top of the front free endpaper of each volume. Mylar has been cut for each volume. near Very Good binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BLACK SWAN BOOKS, INC., ABAA, ILAB]
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        Lord Randolph Churchill, inscribed and dated by Winston Churchill to his best man before publication

      This is the first edition of Churchill's biography of his father, inscribed on the day before publication to Churchill's lifelong friend, confidante, and best man at his wedding, Hugh Cecil. The unusually personal inscription inked in black in four lines on the Volume I ffep reads: "Linky / from / Winston S.C / 1 January 1906." The ink is mildly age-toned, but remains quite distinct with no discernable age-spreading. The inscription page remains clean and bright. The books retain square and tight original bindings with sharp corners and nicely rounded spines. There is minor wear at the spine ends, sunning and minor staining of the spines, and a few paint spots on the Volume II covers. The contents are clean, bright, and complete. Spotting in both volumes is mild and primarily confined to the prelims and the untrimmed page edges. Lord Hugh Richard Heathcote Gascoyne Cecil (1869-1956) - "Linky" to friends - was son of the 3rd Marquess of Salisbury. He was a Conservative MP from 1895 to 1937, then Provost of Eton College Oxford until 1944. He was best man at Churchill's wedding in 1908 and - at Winston's invitation - became Baron Quickswood in 1941. As a leader of the eponymous "Hughligans" Linky strongly influenced Churchill's early Parliamentary career. This dissident group of clever, young, and ambitious Conservative back bench MPs ceaselessly, stridently, and often effectively opposed Tory leadership. Winston labored over his father's biography from 1902-1905, a time Winston began as a dissident Tory (as his father had been) and ended as a turncoat Liberal. This work was fitting to inscribe to Linky. Both men began political careers preceded by famous fathers. But Linky's father was a living presence, Winston's a dead weight. Lord Randolph, a fiery and erratic Tory, infamously died young, politically defeated and disgraced. Lord Salisbury was a Tory mainstay, member of the House of Lords, and thrice Prime Minister, his last premiership coinciding with Linky's election to Parliament. Linky remained faithful to the Tory party, if not to its policy and leadership. Linky spent more than 40 continuous years as a conservative MP, opposing Tory orthodoxy, but with less edge, angst, urgency, and ambition than Winston. Over 40 tumultuous years from his first election to his first premiership, Winston would successively represent, oppose, loathe, reject, rejoin, fiercely criticize, and finally lead the Conservative Party. As early as 1901 Churchill considered leaving the Party and confided in Linky. On 28 December 1901, Linky wrote admonishing Winston - gently - both to wait and to modulate the tone of his criticism. When Winston's decision became irrevocable he wrote a long, remarkably candid explanation to Linky: "To go on like this wavering between opposite courses, feigning friendship to a party where no friendship exists, & loyalty to leaders whose downfall is desired, sickens me." (Letter of 24 October 1903) After Winston became a Liberal in 1904 - even after Churchill rejoined the Conservatives in 1924 - Linky and Winston sometimes bitterly disagreed on issues. Nonetheless, their friendship withstood time and politics. In August 1908 Linky quickly agreed to be Churchill's best man. Over the years, Churchill repeatedly wrote to Linky with revealing nostalgia, humor, and candor, notably when Churchill lost his premiership in the General Election of 1945, when his brother Jack died in 1947, and when Churchill turned 80 and wrote to Linky - 5 years Churchill's senior - "I have had both harmony and discord rolling over each other inside my octogenarian nut" (Letter of 8 December 1954). In December 1940, nearly 35 years after Churchill inscribed these books, Churchill wrote to Linky offering a barony, with humor and good natured teasing testifying that a close association endured. Linky lived to see the end of Winston's second premiership. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A17.1, Woods/ICS A8(a), Langworth p.69.

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        Mr. Woodchuck

      Hardcover, Good. Reilly & Britton Co, Chicago 1906. First Edition / First Printing / First State. Illustrated cloth boards. First state published by Reilly & Britton Co in 1906. Later printings show the publisher's name as Reilly & Lee Co. 62 pages. All 14 Illustrated color plates present. Red endpaper. L. Frank Baum's Rare publication under the name Laura Bancroft. Book Condition: Good+, shelf wear and rubbing, bumped corners, spots on the boards, age toning and light spots on the pages, tight spine, name plates removed at the rear endpaper and verso of the rear free endpaper.

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        The Novels [Works] and Letters of Jane Austen. The Works comprise: Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Emma, Lady Susan, The Watsons, and Letters. Edited by R. Bromley Johnson, with an Introduction by Professor William Lyon Phelps. Colour Illustrations by C.E. and H.M. Brock

      New York: Frank S. Holby, 1906., 1906. The Stoneleigh Edition, Limited to 1250 copies of which this is No.1201. Complete in 12 volumes; 8vo. Generously illustrated with colour plates, all with captioned tissue guards. Recently bound in full maroon morocco with gilt titles and extra gilt to spines, decorative gilt rule to boards, marbled end papers, top edges gilt. A very attractive set.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Novels [Works] of Jane Austen. Includes: Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Emma, Northanger Abbey, and Mansfield Park

      Edinburgh: John Grant, 1906., 1906. The Winchester Edition. Complete in 10 volumes. The 2 volumes of the letters were published later. Recently bound in red half morocco with gilt titles and extra gilt to spines in 5 compartments, marbled boards; top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Portrait of the author as frontispiece in volume 1. Foxing, mostly occasional. A very decorative set.

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        The Novels and Letters of Jane Austen. Chawton Edition. Twelve Volumes

      New York: Frank S. Holby, 1906. Hard Cover. Very Good. Hard Cover. Number 458 of 1250 copies. Each volume includes color illustrations. All of the volumes are in their original binding of brown cloth with paper title labels to spines. The title labels are browned, lightly foxed, and have minor wear. There is light wear to the edges and corners of the boards of each volume. Volume seven has been expertly restored with the only noticeable evidence being modern endpapers. The color plates are printed on a different paper stock than the text and unfortunately all of the plates have some foxing. The text pages and tissue guards facing the plates are also foxed. Aside from the plates and facing pages, the interiors remain bright and clean. A very nice printing of Austen';s works. LIT/081611 This set may require an extra shipping fee.

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        Collection of Original Photographs of the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906

      Photo album of original photographs of San Francisco after the earthquake of 1906. Oblong octavo. Cloth. Contains 23 photographs, either black and white or silverprints, each either 7" x 5" or 5" x 4", all tipped-into a blank photo album. Most of the photographs are in fine condition, in the slightly worn album. Written in an unknown, probably later hand on the first page: "1906 San Francisco, Calif. earthquake, April 18 -- lasted 48 seconds, 700 lives lost! These pictures sent to us from Uncle Ed Gilson that lived in Calif." Although we found near contemporary records of a San Francisco county clerk with this name, we could determine nothing of substance about Gilson. The images show the aftermath of the earthquake which destroyed a vast portion of the city. There are pictures of ruined buildings, torn up streets, and refugee camps. The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale, was one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history, both as a result of the strong quake and even more the ensuing four days of fires which destroyed large portions of the city. The number of casualties was actually several thousands, although at the time city officials reported only 375 deaths (in the age before Federal aid it was more important to put up a good front and keep real estate prices high). Much of the city was rebuilt from the ground up and these photos convey both the scale of the destruction and the pluckiness of the survivors, who in several images, calmly observe the ruins of their city. .

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        Diverse figure De Stef. della Bella Gravees A Paris.

      Volume In-8°, legatura in piena pergamena con titolo in nero al piatto e filetto in noro, 12 fogli incisi al recto con due figure per foglio e una all'ultimo per un totale di 23 incisioni. Si tratta di incisioni in rame di cm. circa 6,7x9, fanno parte dei capriccidi varie figure, intagliate da altra mano e in effetti tranne una le altre copiate dal Callot. Qulche macchiolina ai margini della prima pagina e della quarta, ma ottimo esemplare. (Citato dal 'De Vesme,(LXXVIII). Le peintre - Graveur Italien... Milano, Ed. Hoepli, 1906:- C'est une suite de 24 pièces, dont chacune porte gravé en bas n° '24'. (Nel nosto esemplare sono 23 ma non sembra scopleto ma piuttosto una variante). Le titre rapporté cidessus se lit sur une draperie tenue par un animal mostrueux dont on ne voit que la partie supérieure du corps. - L'assertion du titre est fausse: aucune de ces estamps n'est gravée par Della Bella. Une seule est de l'invention de cet artiste. Les autres sont des copies, exécutées par un artiste fort maladroit, des pièces de Callot... Sicuramentemeno pregiato degli originali ma che rientra nel completare il collezionismo dei 'Grandi Maestri'.

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        Circuit Des Ardennes Belges, 1906 / Duray le gagnant.

      Montaut-Mabileau & Co. 1906 Pochoir con ritocchi a mano di mm 420x870 su foglio di mm 450x900. Sulla scia del grande interesse suscitato nell'opinione pubblica dall'invenzione e dal primitivo ma veloce sviluppo del motore a scoppio, Ernest Montaut creò fin dal 1897 una serie di tavole raffiguranti gare di veicoli a motore; con la collaborazione della moglie Margherite (Gamy) produsse litografie acquerellate di auto, moto, motoscafi, aerei e dirigibili. Il complesso processo di colorazione delle litografie impegnò una numerosa squadra di artisti di alto livello, che contribuì all'enorme successo che le opere dei coniugi Montaut ebbero in tutta l'Europa contemporanea, affascinata dalla nascita e dalla veloce evoluzione che ebbe il motore nei suoi primi anni di vita. Bell'esemplare, finemente colorato.

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        Les cartes à jouer du Quatorzième au Vingtième siècle.

      Paris, Hachette, 1906. 1906 2 voll. in-4° (328x260mm), pp. XVI, 504; 640; cartonatura editoriale illustrata a colori con immagini attinte all'iconografia delle carte da gioco. Dorsi in pergamena con titoli in rosso. 3200 riproduzioni di carte da gioco n.t. e f.t., di cui 956 a colori, 12 tavv. f.t. colorate all'acquerello, 25 fototipie, 340 vignette in b.n. n.t., etc. Tracce di scotch e mancanze marginali all'antiporta del primo vol., per il resto ottimo stato. Edizione originale di questa grandiosa monografia sull'iconografia delle carte da gioco dal XIV al XX secolo compilata dal D'Allemagne (Marnes-la-Coquette, 1863-ivi, 1950), archivista e paleografo che svolgeva la funzione di bibliotecario alla Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal di Parigi. Forse la più sontuosa opera mai pubblicata su tale materia, essa resta tuttora un indispensabile stumento di studio per gli appassionati delle carte da gioco, della loro fabbricazione, deii loro moduli iconografici, delle loro implicanze simboliche, storiche e sociali. "L'ouvrage monumental d'Henry-René d'Allemagne, Les Cartes à jouer du XIVe au XXe siècle, une bible justement admirée et indispensable, quoiqu'aujourd'hui un peu dépassée sur certains points" (Thierry Depaulis, Cartes à jouer et Tarots de Marseille, Musée du Vieux Marseille, éditions Alors Hors du Temps, 2004).

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        LES EGLOGUES DE VIRGILE

      , Paris, plon-Nourrit, 1906.** 1906 in-folio, 23x36cm, en feuilles dans l'emboitage d' édition Avec illustrations d' Adolphe Giraldon, gravées sur bois en couleurs par lorian, Préface par Emile Gebhart, de l'Académie Française, texte établi par H Goelzer, professeur à l' Université de Paris,Tres beau livre, fort recherché illustré d'un titre frontispice, d'un portrait de Virgile, de 10 titres ornés, 10 entétes, 10 culs-de-lampe et 23 grands encadrerements varéis, le tout gravé sur bois et imprimé en couleurs, (jugendstil decoration) Tirage limité à 301 ex.: Un des 280 ex, num, sur papierà la forme des usines d'Arches.

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        THE LAST MIRACLE

      London: T. Werner Laurie London: T. Werner Laurie,. 1906. 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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        Le opere. Le vite dei più eccellenti pittori, scultori e architetti.

      Firenze, Sansoni, 1906. 1906 9 volumi in 8° grande; pagg. VIII, 698 + 692 + 714 + 654 + 660 + 662 + 730 + 630 + 268; pregevole legatura in mezza pelle con nervi e taglio in oro. Edizione originale con annotazioni e commenti di G. Milanesi. 9 volumi suddivisi in 6 di testo e 3 di commento, l'ultimo è dedicato agli indici dei nomi e dei luoghi, aggiunte e correzioni. Esemplare in perfetto stato di conservazione

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        Essai d'une théorie cinétique du mouvement Brownien et des milieux troubles. (i.e. Outline of the kinetic theory of Brownian motion of suspensions).

      Cracovie, Imprimerie de L'Université, 1906 8vo. In the original printed wrappers. Offprint from "Bulletin de L'Académie des Sciences de Cracovie", Juillet 1906. Very light discolouring of wrappers, otherwise a very fine and clean copy. Pp. (2), 577-602. Scarce offprint - published simultaneously with the Polish edition - of Smoluchowski's seminal publication on Brownian motion "which turned out to be of fundamental importance not only to the theory of Brownian motion but above all to the victory of the atomistic theory of matter" (Piasecki, Centenary of Marian Smoluchowski's Theory of Brownian Motion) which made Chandrasekhar state that " . . . it was Smoluchowski whose work, perhaps more than that of any other man brought about the ultimate reconciliation of the seemingly irreconcilable and victory to the atomistic view."The theory of the Brownian motion was elaborated independently by Einstein and Smoluchowski and the theory is often referred to as the Einstein-Smoluchowski Theory. Both scientists explained the phenomenon as a result of collisions between the suspended particles and the molecules of the surrounding fluid and arrived at almost the same quantitative predictions. However, their approaches where so different that they can be looked upon as two complementary studies reflecting the original ideas of each of the two authors. This fact has been quickly recognised by the scientific community, and shows the scale of Smoluchowski's contribution to science. Already in 1917, just after Smoluchowski passed away, Sommerfeld wrote: "His name will, forever, be associated with the first flowering of atomic theory.""From about 1900 Smoluchowski worked on Brownian movement. He wished to use experimental data to verify the theory he had obtained desire complicated by the confused situation of experimental research. In the meantime Einstein, in papers of 1905 and 1906, had presented a solution to the problem. Smoluchowski then decided to publish his results in [In the present paper], which presented his different method. Einstein started from general relations of statistical physics, an approach that was universal but did not lend itself to visualization. For example, Einstein said nothing of the collisions between a Brownian particle and the surrounding molecules. Smoluchowski started by examining the effects of successive collisions and obtained a final formula that differed little from Einstein's. Smoluchowski's further works in this field extend through an examination of the Brownian movement of a particle undergoing the influence of a quasi-elastic force to the Brownian movements of macroscopic bodies. At the Conference of Natural Scientists at Münster in 1912, Smoluchowski proposed the observation of the Brownian rotative movement of a small mirror suspended on a thin quartz fiber and the observation free end of a similar fiber. The first experiment was performed by W. Gerlach and E. Lehrer in 1927, and later by Eugen Kappler; the second, by A Houdijk and P. Zeeman, and by E. Einthoven. In 1925, Both experiments confirmed Smoluchowski's calculations." (DSB)In the history of physics Marian Smoluchowski will be remembered mainly for his work on the theory of Brownian motion and related problems. In his obituary, Arnold Sommerfeld wrote: "His name will, forever, be associated with the first flowering of atomic theory". Let us remember that at the beginning of our century the "molecular hypothesis" was just a hypothesis, which needed proofs, and that the first experimental proofs - honoured in 1926 by Nobel prizes in physics (for Perrin) and in chemistry (for Svedberg) - were based on Smoluchowski's theory of Brownian motion, critical opalescence, sedimentation and coagulation. (Fulinski, On Marian Smoluchowski's Life and Contribution to Physics, pp. 1525).Smoluchowski's name still remains alive in the modern physics and his papers are frequently cited in the literature. The theoretical basis and the methods established in his work, including the Moluchowski equations derived within theories of Brownian motion which became the founding blocks of modern statistical physics, especially of the theory of stochastic processes

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        Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

      Charles Scribner's Sons. Hardcover. B0006AESHK 1906 Charles Scribner's Sons, 1st American Printing. "Published December, 1906" stated on the copyright page. Includes 50 wonderful tipped-in color plates bound at the frontispiece and following the text (as issued), and with several line drawings, all by the renowned children's illustrator Arthur Rackham. This hardcover copy, bound in decorative green cloth with gilded illustrations to the spine and cover, has a significant tear at the head of the spine which does not affect the binding. The corners are lightly bumped and there is some red discoloration to the cover. The tissue paper separating the text from the plates is coming loose. The text is unmarked, albeit foxed throughout, and the binding is sound. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. . Good. 1/1/1906. First Edition.

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        Nuova enciclopedia di chimica scientifica, tecnologica e industriale colle applicazioni a tutte le indistrie chimiche e manifatturiere, alla medicina, farmacia, fisica, igiene, mineralogia e geologia, agricoltura alla bromatologia, biologia ecc. Diretta da Icilio Guareschi

      Torino UTET Opera completa 13 Volumi in 18 tomi raccolti in annate diverse senza corrispondenza tra data di pubblicazione e ordine dell'opera Buoni / ottimi gli interni mentre dorsi e piatti in mediocre stato di conservazione. Euro 1.000 comprese le spese di spedizione che avverrà in 2 colli e tramite corriere espresso Dettaglio dei volumi. Vol. I Chimica generale e chimica fisica 1906 Vol. II Analisi chimica 1913 Vol. III A-ANIM 1901 Vol. IV ANIS-B 1094 Vol. V C-CAR 1909 Vol. VI/1 CAS-COL 1913 ( PIATTO SPELLATO ) Vol. VI/2 COM-FENI 1922 Vol. VI/3 FENO-FUR 1925 Vol. VII G-K 1902 Vol. VIII L-METAL 1909 Vol. IX METAM-OSM 1913 Vol. X OSS-Q 1922 Vol. XI RAC-SP 1921 Vol. XII/1 ST-TERP 1922 Vol. XII/2 TERR-TOSS 1927 Vol. XII/3 TR-Z 1927 Vol. XIII/1 chimica applicata all'agricoltura-chimica bromatologica. 1925 Vol. XIII/2 chimica biologica animale - indice generale alfabetico e analitico. 1927

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        Fur Feather and Fin Series (12 Volume set, complete) The Salmon, The Grouse, Pike and Perch, The Hare, The Fox,The Pheasant, The Red Deer, The Partridge, Snipe and Woodcock, The Rabbit, The Trout and Wild Fowl.

      Longmans Green and Co., London 1906-1912. 8vo 12 Volume set all bound in original publishers pictorial cloth with a beige background, red black and gilt titles. Spines uniformly sunned except for The Fox. 3 vols. have slight wear to upper covers, otherwise a GOOD SET. (Shelf 13) PLEASE NOTE: VERY HEAVY Set [6KG+] We WILL REQUIRE EXTRA CHARGES FOR POSTAGE OUTSIDE THE UK = SPECIAL UK RATE of £5.00 FOR THIS SET SENT VIA UPS, TRACKED.

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        Alt-Prager Architektur-Detaile. Attika-Aufbauten, Dachlucken, Dächer, Giebel, Balkone, etc

      Anton Schroll Kunst Verlag Wien: Anton Schroll Kunst Verlag, [1906-1909]. Hardcover. vg. Folio. 2 portfolios. Erste Serie [4] pp. with title page and foreword. Zweite Serie [8] uncut pp. with extra illustrated title page in blue tone gravure and printed title, forward and complete list of plates for vols. 1 & 2. A total of 80 plates in photogravure. Green paper boards with maroon lettering, black cloth spine. Sun fading along edges of boards of both volumes; vol. 2 shows foxing spots along the edges and traces of minor moisture exposure. Introduction to each volume by Friedrich Kick, 1pp. & 5pp. incl. list of plates, respectively. Plates show facades, entrance halls, towers, steeples, balconies, roofs and staircases in the old city of Prague in full view and in their richness of details. All plates in very good condition. Text in German. Rare.

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        Mr. Woodchuck

      Reilly & Britton Co, 1906. Hardcover. Good. Reilly & Britton Co, Chicago 1906. First Edition / First Printing / First State. Illustrated cloth boards. First state published by Reilly & Britton Co in 1906. Later printings show the publisher's name as Reilly & Lee Co. 62 pages. All 14 Illustrated color plates present. Red endpaper. L. Frank Baum's Rare publication under the name Laura Bancroft. Book Condition: Good+, shelf wear and rubbing, bumped corners, spots on the boards, age toning and light spots on the pages, tight spine, name plates removed at the rear endpaper and verso of the rear free endpaper.

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        The Early History of the Old South Wales Iron Works (1760 to 1840)

      Bedford Press, London, 1906 From Original Documents. In quarter black leather with black cloth boards, corners and edges bumped a little, leather cracked a little at joints. Spine has title and tooling in gilt, edges bumped and a little worn. Internally bookplate of Harlech college to fpd and pencil name of Edgar L Chappell (Edgar Leyshon Chappell 1879-1949, author and socialist), frontis pull out map present, (viii), 218 pp, lib stamp and withdrawn label to end pages, printed by the Bedford Press, 20 and 21 Bedfordbury, Strand, London, some pencil notes to margins. Not often seen!LLOYD, political reformer and antiquary, published a good deal of record material in his three main works, Historical Memoranda of Breconshire (Brecon, two vols., 1903, 1904), The Great Forest of Brecknock (London, 1905), and The Early History of the Old South Wales Ironworks (London, 1906). See NLW WBO for a full Bio.

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        The Cricketer's Autograph Birthday Book

      London: The Walter Scott Publishing Co Ltd, 1906.. First Edition. Gold Embossed Boards. Very Good/No Jacket. 9 x 6½ Inches Hardcover Excellent copy of this book with details of cricketers plus facsimile signatures opposite pages with dates and blank spaces for filling in details of birthdays. None of the birthday pages have been filled in and all the pages are bright and clean,342 pages with just some light browning to first and last couple of pages, a couple of pages have very small losses to sides where the uncut pages have been cut a little carelessly, this is very minor, top edges of pages are gild which is slightly dulled. There are 13 full page photographs of cricketeers. Outer boards are very attractive emboossed decorated green boards with gold lettering and laid on cricketer photograph, boards are lightly rubbed on edges and spine is lightly darkened. A very nice sound copy SEE IMAGE. DETAILED IMAGES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

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        The Golliwogg's Desert-Island

      London Longmans, Green, & Co 1906. G : in good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed and stained. Some crayon marks on fep and title page First Edition Illustrated board cover with red cloth spine 64pp :: 30 full-page colour illustrations :: 220mm x 280mm (9" x 11") :: In the name of political correctness, Upton's wonderful golliwog - heroic, gentle, gallant and resourceful - has been lumped together with stereotypes and condemned out of hand. In fact, when picture books were filled with images of white-skinned, golden-haired, blue-eyed children, Upton was the first to use an Afro-Caribbean character as the main protagonist

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        Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. With Drawings by Arthur Rackham.

      London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1906.. First trade edition, 4to, xii, 126 pp. 50 coloured plates tipped in on art paper with captioned tissues, map to fly leaf, some foxing to early leaves, particularly the half title. Original gilt decorated russet cloth, neatly rebacked retaining the original backstrip. Latimore & Haskell p27. Riall p74.

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        The Wheel of Life

      Doubleday Page New York: Doubleday, Page. 1906. Early reprint. Light wear at the corners, about fine. This copy Inscribed by the author to her sister and closest friend, Rebe, who was the dedicatee of her novel, The Voice of the People: "Rebe Gordon Glasgow from Ellen Glasgow." A wonderful association. .

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        Les champignons comestibles et les espèces vénéneuses avec lesquelles ils pourraient être confondus. Deuxième édition.

      4°. XLI, 118 S., 1 S. Mit 52 chromolithographierten Tafeln. Originalhalbleinwandband. Nissen 1183 (für die erste Ausgabe von 1890). - Zweite Ausgabe, gegenüber der ersten ohne die zwei schwarz-weissen Tafeln, die in der neuen Auflage nicht übernommen wurde. - Im Schnitt leicht stockfleckig. Einband leicht fleckig.

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        The Mirror of the Sea

      Harpers New York: Harpers. 1906. First. First American edition. Very slight, scattered foxing to the pastedowns else a fine and fresh copy. The painted lettering and illustration to the boards is bright and unrubbed. One of Conrad's most autobiographical works, episodic memoirs of several sea voyages. A lovely copy. .

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        Les champignons comestibles et les espèces vénéneuses avec lesquelles ils pourraient être confondus.

      4°. XLI, 118 S., 1 S. Mit 52 Chromolithographien. Orig.-Halbleinwandband. Nissen 1183 (für die erste Ausgabe von 1890). - Zweite Ausgabe, gegenüber der ersten ohne die zwei schwarz-weissen Tafeln, die in der neuen Auflage nicht übernommen wurde. - Im Schnitt leicht stockfleckig. Einband leicht fleckig.

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        [Volkmann, Hans von] Strabantzerchen. Bilder und Reime

      H. & F. Schaffstein Koln: H. & F. Schaffstein, [1906]. First edition. Oblong quarto. Original color pictorial paper covered boards. Colored title and 16 stunning pochoir-colored full-page plates by Hans von Volkmann. The illustrations represent "the most extensive use of pochoir coloring in german childrens' books," Begleiter der Kindheit) . The originals transferred to Leipzig were lost in a fire in 1943. (Schlug). Pictured in Bilderbuch-Begleiter der Kindheit and Die Bilderwelt im Kinderbuch (#515). Corners rubbed, very slight wear to covers, a very copy of one of the most sought-after Jugendstil titles.

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        FLEET FACT BOOK. "Not for Publication"

      (n. p.):. (n. d.).. 7-3/4" x 5". Ca 1906 - 1910. 17 leaves: 5 of text, printed recto only.. Custom full-black leather with elaborate gilt stamping, with the UK's Royal Coat of Arms gilt stamped to the front board & the Admiralty Seal device gilt stamped to the rear board. Gilt dentelles with silk moire eps. AEG.. Modest extremity wear. Spine leather a bit dull, and the boards. splay slightly. Gutter break prior to last leaf. Still, a VG copy. of an uncommon item.. The volume segregated into 4 sections: The "Dreadnaught" (2 text pages & 1 photographic image), Submarines (1 text page & 5 photographic images), Torpedo Boat Destroyers (1 text page & 2 photographic images) & The Fleet / Dreadnaught Types (1 text page summarizing the fleet strength, including ship types/numbers & 5 color postcard-type images of divers dreadnaught types). In short, a custom 'primer' for the Royal English Navy, ca 1910, with all indications the book created for the use of a senior Naval official, or senior political figure associated with the Royal Navy. . 12 leaves with tipped-in images (8 photographs & 5 color postcard-type images).

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        Lord Randolph Churchill.

      In two volumes. London. MacMillan and Co. Ltd. 1906. First edition. Illustrated. XVI,(2),564;VIII,(1),531 pp. Photogravure portait frontispiece to both vol., 8 photogravure photos., 7 plates, 3 facsimiles. Publisher`s red cloth. Vol II weak inner joints. Partly foxed. Minor staining to spine. 23 x 15 cm

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