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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Lysaker, 22. XII. 1906. - ¾ S. 4to. "Ihr verehrtes Schreiben vom 19. d. M. habe ich soeben erhalten. Es würde mir eine Ehre sein mit Ihnen in Verbindung zu treten, und ich wäre bereit Ihnen die erwähnten 10 Klavierstücke für eine Summe von 5000 frcs. zu überlassen. Ich wäre Ihnen für eine baldige Antwort sehr dankbar [ ]".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        THE MIRROR OF THE SEA [inscribed by Conrad]

      , 1906. 1906. [inscribed by Conrad] New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1906. Original blue cloth pictorially decorated in yellow, grey and brown. First (American) Edition, published on the same day as the London one. This was Conrad's first volume of autobiographical non-fiction. This copy is in Cagle's binding "a," with the smaller (17x11mm) anchor-and-rope device on the front cover -- probably the earlier binding state, and certainly the one more-frequently encountered. This is a very good copy (spine darkened, rubbing at extremities and of pictorial pigment). Cagle A11b. Housed in an attractive cloth slipcase with inner chemise.~This is an inscribed presentation copy from Conrad, with the following endpaper inscription: "To Elena Wright | affectionately, from | her friend the Author | 4th Oct. 1906." Eleanor Annie "Elena" Wright (1877-1961) was Jessie Conrad's first cousin -- the daughter of Jessie's mother's sister Sophie -- who took dictation and typed for Conrad during these early years. In fact, THE MIRROR OF THE SEA owes a lot to Elena Wright: as Ford Madox Hueffer (Conrad's co-author of the recent ROMANCE) later recalled, Conrad "wrote" this book by reminiscing out loud (with Elena Wright taking it all down) -- in Hueffer's presence (Hueffer typically takes much credit for reminding Conrad of many events). Three things are noteworthy about this inscription: first, that it is so familiar ("affectionately, from her friend"); second, that at this early stage of Conrad's career (he would not hit it big until CHANCE in 1914), he chose to inscribe with humility, i.e. to write "the Author" rather than his signature; and third, that the date "4th Oct. 1906" was the actual date of publication of both the UK and US editions. (There is also a more recent inscription on the same leaf: "Eve Goodman from J.S. Hall | in memory of Nell"; since "Nell" is often a nickname for Eleanor, these people were quite likely descendants of Elena Wright.) Provenance: small bookplate of Stanley J. Seeger (his sale II, lot 254).

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        Portraitpostkarte m. eigenh. Unterschrift W. F. Cody Buffalo Bill 1906.

      1 S., Kl.-8. Die Buffalo Bills Wild West bezeichnete Karte wurde bei J. Weiner in Wien gedruckt. Im Portrait eine gedruckte oder gestempelte Unterschrift, am unteren Rand die Orig.-Signatur. - 1906 kam Buffalo Bills Wild West Show zum zweiten und letzten Mal nach Wien. - Leicht berieben bzw. fleckig. -

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        Western Tibet and the British Borderland.: The Sacred Country of Hindus and Buddhists. With an Account of the Government, Religion and Customs of the People. With a Chapter by T.G. Longstaff describing an attempt to climb Gurla Mandhata.

      London Edward Arnold 1906 - The author was a member of the Indian civil servce and deputy commissioner of Almora. His book includes a chapter by T. G. Longstaff describing an attempt to climb Gurla Mandhata. Longstaff provided many of the photographs used to illustrate the book. Cordier BS 2927; Morrison I, p. 674; Yakushi S203 An exceptionally fine copy in the original blue cloth. First edition Tall 8vo, pp. xv, [i, blank], 376; frontispiece, 5 maps (2 folding); numerous illustrations, some full-page.

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        WESTERN TIBET and The British Borderland. The Sacred Country of the Hindus and Buddhists. With An Account of the Government, Religion and Customs of its Peoples.

      Arnold 1906 - First edition. Original blue cloth lettered in gilt. A near fine copy with a trace of wear to the spine ends and some offsetting from press-cuttings to the preliminary pages. Photogravure frontispiece, two large fold out maps to the front and rear, with a further 174 photographic illustrations and three diagrams in the text. "the most serious book on that region" (Yakushi). Includes a chapter by T.G. Longstaff on his and Sherring's attempt on Gurla Mandhata, which was ultimately foiled by an avalanche, but not before the pair had reached 7000 feet, then a world altitude record. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Enumeratio Plantarum in Insula Formosa sponte crescentium hucusque rite cognitarum adjectis descriptionibus et figuris specierum pro regione novarum. [AND] Flora montana Formosae, an enumeration of the plants found on Mt. Morrison, the Central Chain, and other mountainous regions of Formosa at altitudes of 3.000-13.000 ft. [AND] Materials for a flora of Formosa, supplementary notes to the Enumeratio Plantarum Formosanarum and Flora Montana Formosae. [Complete].

      Tokyo, The College of Science, Imperial University, 1906-1912. Three volumes in three. Large 8vo (25.5 x 18.7 cm). 1,435 pp. [I(1906): 704; II(1908): 260; III(1911-1912): 471], one coloured folded map, 58 engraved plates, several text illustrations. Later uniform blue paper-covered boards with printed title mounted on the front boards.= Despite the three different titles these works clearly belong together, as they all deal with the botany of modern day Taiwan. The first part discusses the low altitudes (below 3,000 ft). The second, by Hayata alone, is on plants from higher elevations on this mountainous island. This area was little explored, and therefore Hayama added many new species. With 41 plates, this part is the most richly illustrated. The third part, also by Hayata, contains additions and corrections to the first two parts, and includes many new taxa too. A complete set such as this one is rare. About eight plates in the first part have some marginal repairs with Japanese paper, but otherwise in very good condition. Stafleu and Cowan, 5678, 2497, 2500.

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        Gesigt van de Visbrug, de Waag en Vismarkt, te sien naar de Hooglandsche kerk en Stadhuys tooren, tot Lyden. | Vüe du Visbrug, du Pois et Poissonerie, vers l'eglise de Hooglande et la tour de la Maison de Ville a Leide.[Amsterdam], Leonardus Schenk, [ca. 1728/35]. Large engraved wall print on 2 sheets, (together 58 x 97 cm) the sheets overlapping each other slightly, showing the traditional business centre of the city of Leiden. The title, both in Dutch and French, is printed in a banderole at the head, with putti on each side supporting the arms of Leiden and Holland. Leonardus Schenk's name appears as engraver and publisher at the right tip of the banderole. In black passepartout and gilt frame (82 x 121 cm).

      Overvoorde, Catalogus van de prentverzameling der Gemeente Leiden (1906), no. 964; Waller, Biogr. woordenb. Noord Ned. graveurs, p. 287. A large engraved wall print in two sheets showing the trading and commercial centre of the city of Leiden, at the convergence of the Oude Rijn and Nieuwe Rijn canals. Unlike most other Dutch towns, Leiden had no central market square, so that the waterways formed the major access routes for merchandise. On the banks of the canals there is a lively market that converges on the bridge central in the print. Market traders and customers come and go. Women from the coastal fishing villages of Katwijk and Noortwijk display fresh fish for sale. Right in the print we see the monumental "Waag", the weigh-house built in 1658 following a plan by the Dutch architect and engraver Pieter Post. The splendid relief, designed by Rombout Verhulst, that crowns the entrance, is reproduced with a sharp eye for detail. In front of the building commercial goods are hoisted up from carts and a number of ships for transport to the weigh-house. Several other ships had moored and now continue to their destination. A boat flying the Dutch flag brings in a prominent party, while a herald standing precariously at the bow trumpets for right of way. We know of several other wall prints by Schenk depicting local situations with almost photographic detail. Thanks to this detail important socio-historical aspects have been passed on to later generations giving these prints an important cultural meaning today. With some faint foxing, otherwise in very good condition.

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        The Spirit of the Border

      A. L. Burt, NY 1906 - Grey cloth titled in red. Possible first thus. Inscribed to the dedication page "To Romer from dad, Zane Grey." Ex-college library copy with tipped-in bookplate and pencilled numbers at rear, no other library makings. Edges rubbed, corners bumped, spine indented, hinges cracked, occasional spotting to pages. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        MANUALE DELL'ARCHITETTO - COMPILATO SULLA TRACCIA DEL BAUKUNDE DES ARCHITEKTEN. TORINO, UTET, 1906 - 1935.

      DONGHI, Daniele. MANUALE DELL'ARCHITETTO - Compilato sulla traccia del Baukunde des Architekten. Torino, UTET, 1906 - 1935. In-4°: 2 Volumi in 10 Tomi. Leg. mz. tela d'epoca scritta in oro ai dorsi,(compresa l' appendice). Opera rara e ricercata in prima edizione,illustrata da migliaia di figure nel testo,da tabelle e da Tavole fuori testo,così composta: Vol.I - Parte I: Materiali,elementi costruttivi e finimenti esterni delle fabbriche,pp. 1012.Vol.I - La costruzione architettonica - Parte II, Elementi complementari od accessori e finimenti interni - Sezione I: "Lavori da falegname, da fabbro, ecc. intonachi, Rivestimenti, Provvista e distribuzione dell' acqua, Ghiacciaie, Lavanderie, Smaltimenti dei rifiuti, Freddo artificiale", pp.782. Vol.. I- Parte II - Sezione II, "Impianti di illuminazione, di riscaldamento e di areazione, di telegrafia e telefonia, di elevatori - ascensori", pp. 540. Vol. II. La composizione architettonica - Parte I: "Distribuzione" - Sezione I: "Abitazioni civili. Edifici religiosi: Edifici per istituti di educazione. Edifici di conforto. Stabilimenti balneari: Edifici per il servizio postale, telegrafico e telefonico, pp. 1118. Vol.II - Parte I - " Stabilimenti carcerari, penitenziari, di correzione e di soccorso: Mercati del bestiame, ammazzatoi e macellerie, Mercati coperti. Magazzini commerciali di deposito e di approvvigionamenti. Esposizioni, Istituti di credito e commerciali", pp. 777. Vol. II - Parte I - Sezione III: "Sedi di Società commerciali, di aziende giornalistiche, librarie ed editrici. Locali e fabbricati per il commercio,Stabilimenti sanitari, Ricoveri, ospizi, asili vari", pp. 794. Vol.II - Parte I _ Sezione IV: "Biblioteche e archivi, Impianti e fabbricati per lo sport: Impianti ed edifici per scopi vari: Sudi per pubblici spettacoli: Edifici e impianti per intrattenimenti, assemblee, festeggiamenti, ecc. Sedi di associazioni per scopi vari: Studi per artisti, professionisti e fotografi", pp. 852. Vol.II - Parte I - Sezione V: "Edifici amministrativi. Palazzi per il Parlamento. Edifici giudiziari",pp.525. Vol.II - Parte II: "Decorazione ed estetica architettonica",pp.285. Appendice:" La sicurezza dei fabbricati, L'igiene nella costruzione, l'acustica e l'ottica: Restauri, consolidamenti, ecc. L'urbanistica, La professione dell'architetto. costruttore", pp.492, con 303 figg.e 10 tavv. per lo più ripiegate Cfr. Pagliaini, I, p. 469. Raro.

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        Photographs of the Everard and Musgrave Ranges Expedition, South Australia, June-September 1914

      A highly important record of early European contact with the Yankunytjatjara people. Eight gelatin silver print photographs, each 100 x 127 mm, unmounted; versos with the photographer's pencilled captions and sequence numbers; all of the prints are in fine condition. Although principally an ornithologist, by the early 1900s Adelaide-born Samuel White 'had earned a reputation as Australia's pre-eminent field naturalist ... During the years 1906 until 1922 he completed six major expeditions into Central Australia and a number of shorter trips.' (Jones, Philip.Images of the Interior: Seven Central Australian Photographers. Adelaide :South Australian Museum, 2011, p.30). The expedition to the Everard and Musgrave Ranges in June-September 1914 was undertaken in conjunction with the South Australian Government's geological expedition to the far north-west of South Australia. White was invited to accompany it as naturalist and 'to make observations on Aboriginal life and customs. This was to be one of the last Australian exploring expeditions in the nineteenth-century tradition. The party of six Europeans and two Aboriginal guides set out from the Oodnadatta railhead with sixteen camels on 28 June 1914. They travelled north-west into the unexplored Musgrave and Everard Ranges, making observations and collecting natural history specimens.' (ibid. p.33) The photographs of the Yankunytjatjara people of the Everard Ranges taken by White created much scientific interest, as the only previous contact the Yankunytjatjarahad had with Europeans was during the brief encounter with members of the Elder Exploring Expedition in 1891-92. The prints were sent to renowned anthropologist A.C. Haddon at Cambridge, and White's essay on the Yankunytjatjara, accompanied by four of the photographs, was published in the journal Man in 1921. White also published his own memoir of the expedition, In the far north-west : an expedition to the Musgrave and Everard Ranges (Adelaide, 1916). White's pencilled captions on the verso of each photograph are as follows: 9a. Everard natives in camp 9b. Aborig. who accompanied on exp. thro the Ev. Ranges 10a. Aborig. of E.R. throwing spear 11a. A young Everard man 13a. Middle-aged woman of the Everard. 14a. Young woman with child 14b. Nursing the first child 16a. A Musgrave native home. Native shelter in the Mulga scrub

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        Histoire des Eaux minérales de Vichy. (Complet des 9 fascicules en 7 volumes)

      Paris: Georges Steinheil, 1906 Premier Fascicule (1906 - Les Temps préhistoriques; l'Époque gallo-romaine; le Moyen Age): 120 pages, 16 planches hors-texte. Deuxième Fascicule (1907 - Les Sources de Vichy depuis le XVIe siècle jusqu'à nos jours): pages 121-364, 11 planches hors-texte. Troisième Fascicule (1908 - Les Établissements thermaux de Vichy depuis le XVIe siècle jusqu'à nos jours): pages 365-582, 18 planches hors-texte. Quatrième Fascicule (1909 - La Physiologie et les Médications de Vichy depuis le XVIe siècle jusqu'à nos jours): pages 583-778, 11 planches hors-texte. TOME II: Premier Fascicule (1910 - De la Géologie de Vichy et de ses environs; De la Chaleur et de l'Origine des Eaux minérales de Vichy): 122 pages, 1 carte et 3 planches hors-texte. Deuxième Fascicule (1912 - La Législation générale des Eaux minérales de France de 1605 à nos jours): pages 123-540. Troisième Fascicule (1914 - La Propriété de l'État à Vichy et sa surveillance médicale): pages 541-752. Quatrième Fascicule (1915 - La Déclaration d'intérêt public des Sources minérales de Vichy...): pages 753-980, 12 planches hors-texte. TOME III: Premier Fascicule (1925 - L'exploitation de l'Établissement thermal de Vichy depuis le commencement du XVIIe siècle jusqu'à nos jours): Dédicace de l'Auteur sur la reliure d'origine de 2 fascicules. Pages intérieures légèrement brunies, autrement en très bonne condition, sans inscription, propres et solides. Reliure d'origine conservée, certaines avec des petits défauts d'usage. TRÈS RARE. Photos disponibles sur demande. Veuillez nous contacter pour les frais d'envois. 7,5 kg.

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        Gesigt van de Visbrug, de Waag en Vismarkt, te sien naar de Hooglandsche kerk en Stadhuys tooren, tot Lyden. | Vüe du Visbrug, du Pois et Poissonerie, vers l'eglise de Hooglande et la tour de la Maison de Ville a Leide.[Amsterdam], Leonardus Schenk, [ca. 1728/35]. Large engraved wall print on 2 sheets, (together 58 x 97 cm) the sheets overlapping each other slightly, showing the traditional business centre of the city of Leiden. The title, both in Dutch and French, is printed in a banderole at the head, with putti on each side supporting the arms of Leiden and Holland. Leonardus Schenk's name appears as engraver and publisher at the right tip of the banderole. In black passepartout and gilt frame (82 x 121 cm).

      - Overvoorde, Catalogus van de prentverzameling der Gemeente Leiden (1906), no. 964; Waller, Biogr. woordenb. Noord Ned. graveurs, p. 287. A large engraved wall print in two sheets showing the trading and commercial centre of the city of Leiden, at the convergence of the Oude Rijn and Nieuwe Rijn canals. Unlike most other Dutch towns, Leiden had no central market square, so that the waterways formed the major access routes for merchandise. On the banks of the canals there is a lively market that converges on the bridge central in the print. Market traders and customers come and go. Women from the coastal fishing villages of Katwijk and Noortwijk display fresh fish for sale. Right in the print we see the monumental "Waag", the weigh-house built in 1658 following a plan by the Dutch architect and engraver Pieter Post. The splendid relief, designed by Rombout Verhulst, that crowns the entrance, is reproduced with a sharp eye for detail. In front of the building commercial goods are hoisted up from carts and a number of ships for transport to the weigh-house. Several other ships had moored and now continue to their destination. A boat flying the Dutch flag brings in a prominent party, while a herald standing precariously at the bow trumpets for right of way. We know of several other wall prints by Schenk depicting local situations with almost photographic detail. Thanks to this detail important socio-historical aspects have been passed on to later generations giving these prints an important cultural meaning today. With some faint foxing, otherwise in very good condition.

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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, owner's initials to half title. Original gilt decorated russet cloth, recently recased, some mild rubbing, very good.

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        Unterm Rad , ERSTAUSGABE von 1906 .

      Eines der meist gesuchten Hesse - Erstausgaben , Original - Leinen , Kopfgoldschnitt , Lesebändchen , Frakturschift ,der Leineneinband zeigt auf der Vorderseite und dem Rücken gering bräunliche fleckige und auf der Rückseite schmale streifige Verfärbungen , offenbar durch Lichteinfall bedingt ( siehe auch Bild ) . Innen sehr sauber und fest , fast wie neu ! Extrem seltene Erstausgabe , derzeit kein weiteres Angebot im Netz ! Sammlerstück !

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        The Jingle of a Jap (with doll and box)

      Boston: H.M. Caldwell Co., 1906. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Hardcover in original fabric-covered boards, with bisque doll attached to front board. Housed in its original patterned-paper box. Book is in Fine, As New condition, crisp, clean, unworn. Paper pastedown label on front is intact, and doll is fully clothed. Box is in very nice condition; two corners of the top and one corner of the inner liner (protective of doll) have been expertly repaired. Inked gift message on front free endpage. The book tells the story of a "a little heathen" Japanese doll who loses his heart to a big wax doll whose "eyes were of the brightest blue; her hair the fairest flax, her gowns...of the latest cut, her cheeks the pinkest wax." Beautifully color illustrations throughout, with text printed on heavy clay-coated paper. Sticker on bottom of box is from the White House Toy Department at Rafael Weill & Co., a San Francisco department store whose original building was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake. Large 8vo. Decorative endpapers. Unpaginated. A handsome copy of a scarce book.

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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 OFTHE 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

      John Grant, Edinburgh 1906 - First edition. Large 8vo (23cm). iii, 3-16,(508); viii,538,vi; viii, 528, vi pp. Many leaves uncut. Frontispiece + twenty-eight plates and two two-page plates; Frontispiece + eighteen plates; Frontispiece + twelve plates. Original textured boards; spine ruled blocked and lettered in gilt; front cover ruled and lettered in black with image of two boxers in gold; corners a touch rubbed; top edge gilt, dirty in Volume III; other edges untrimmed and many uncut; edges a bit dust-soiled, some spotting to edges which occasionally drifts onto text block and the edges of plates; Volume II has two uncut gatherings 497-504pp with a tear and crease in front edge; Volume III slightly split top inner joint, a tiny touch shaken; despite these issues a very attractive very good set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LE JONGLEUR DE NOTRE-DAME. Texte calligraphié, enluminé et historié par MALATESTA.

      Édition F. Férroud. 1906 - In-8 en feuilles (26,5 x 20,5 centimètres environ) de (4) + XXXII + (1) planches sous chemise cartonnée de l'éditeur, couleur ivoire, titre doré sur le plat supérieur.Édition de luxe de ce conte extrait de l'Étui de Nacre et contenant 36 illustrations en couleurs de Malatesta.Tirage limité à 225 exemplaires numérotés. Un des 180 sur papier impérial du Japon (N°82).Mahé, II, 112 ? Talvart, VI, page 150, 61A.Petits défauts sur la couverture (petites rousseurs et un lacet raccourci), plis en marge de la page XXVIII, sinon très bon exemplaire, intérieur frais. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jack Jarvis' Jaunt

      N.p., 1906. 13 (of 14) original watercolor drawings, each with manuscript caption leaf. Some chipping to title and caption leaves. 13 (of 14) original watercolor drawings, each with manuscript caption leaf. An unpublished manuscript illustrated with 13 original watercolors. A skillfully and pleasingly executed series of watercolors illustrating the ill-fated journey of one Jack Jarvis, who returns from his jaunt without arms or legs. Unfortunately, the illustration showing the pivotal severings is missing. The author and illustrator, Charles Collette (1842-1924), was a popular English stage actor and composer. His extravagantly titled Cryptoconchoidsyphonostomata, or While It's to be Had, premiered in 1875 on the same billing as Gilbert and Sullivan's Trial by Jury.

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        Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (From 'The Little White Bird')

      London: Hodder & Stoughton. Very Good. 1906. First Edition. Vellum. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Signed by Artist Limited Edition Edition de Luxe. The limited edition, illustrated and signed by Arthur Rackham. "This edition is limited to Five hundred Copies, numbered and signed by the Artist, of which this is No. 9". From the family library of Maxwell Laurie (brother of the publisher, Thomas Werner Laurie) and his wife Marjorie (daughter of the governor of Burma, Sir Herbert Thirkell White) with gift inscription to half-title. Bound in the original vellum with gilt titling and decoration but lacking the silk ties. Top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Map of Kensington Gardens to fep. Fifty tipped-in colour plates, mounted on brown art paper and protected by captioned tissue-guards; additional b/w drawings by Rackham in the text. xii, 126 pp. The vellum is not as white as it once was and has a few marks, the worst of which is a horizontal line across the goat on the upper board. The boards are bowed but the spine remains rounded and there is no pulling to the spine head. The contents are crisp and clean except for offsetting to two edges of the title page, light spotting to half-title and dedication page, and a 1cm ink blot to outer edges of back endpapers. The plates and tissue-guards are all in pristine condition without marking, foxing, creasing or other defects. Rackham's illustrations for Peter Pan are widely considered to be the highlight of his career and this edition, the most lavishly presented and collectable. .

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        ALS from Undershaw, Surrey, 15th Dec. 1906. 'Dear Madam, I have no objection to your using "The Frontier Line" as you suggest ...'

      1906 6 lines on recto only of telegram paper; one old fold.A note giving permission for the use of Doyle's poem "The Frontier Line", published in Songs of Action in 1898. PLEASE NOTE: For customers within the UK and the EU, this item is subject to VAT.

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        Fine unsigned Russian postcard photo, (Alexandra Louise Alice, 1864-1918, Grand Duchess of Russia, daughter of Ludwig IV, Grand Duke of Hesse, wife of Sergei of Russia, became a nun and was murdered by the Bolsheviks)]

      1906 - showing her half length, seated, wearing mourning for her husband Grand Duke Serge who had been murdered, 5½" x 3½", no place, (Moscow) no date, c. Elisabeth was Empress Alexandra's elder sister. After the assassination of her husband in 1905, Ella, considered one of her generation's great beauties, gave up her position in society and became a nun. She was murdered by the Bolsheviks in 1918 by being thrown down a mineshaft. Kaiser Wilhelm did his utmost to save her, but she thought the Russian peasants would not hurt a nun. She is considered a Saint in Russia.

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        Postcard photo with autograph note, (Louise Olga Victoria, 1878-1942, daughter of Alfred Duke of Edinburgh, Grandaughter of Queen Victoria, wife of Prince Ernest of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)

      1906 - addressed to Captain Campbell, thanking him for "the pleasure of being on a wonderful cruise .", the Princess is photographed with all of her children, and their names are printed underneath, Alexandra, Gottfried, Marie & Irma, 5½" x 3½", no place, (Germany), no date, c. In later life she was to cause scandal as this extremely British princess decided to join the Nazi party much to the horror of the Royal family of the 1930's.

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        Mollie's Staircase

      Melbourne: Hutchinson, 1906. 'Mollie's Staircase' marked the beginning of Ida Rentoul Outhwaite's remarkable success in her international career as an illustrator. A collaborative effort between Ida and her mother Isobel, there is a "discernible air of growing self-assurance ... elves were evolving into her own distinctive creation and her dramatic use of silhouette was emerging as a major compositional device." (Muir and Holden, p. 102) First edition and rare. Small oblong quarto, title vignette and twelve full page illustrations and margin decorations; some embrowning, mainly affecting title, and bearing contemporary inscription, in original wrappers with yap edges (sensitively restored), original silk ties, a very good copy.

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        Fruits of Solitude: Reflections and Maxims Relating to the Conduct of Human Life

      The Lakeside Press, Chicago / R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company 1906 - Moderate wear/rubbing. Unmarked. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'Art et le Beau. La Forme humaine et sa beauté. Etudes artistiques illustrées de 340 magnifiques gravures photographiques dont 22 en quatre couleurs.

      Paris, Librairie Artistique et Littéraire, s.d. [vers 1906]. - In-folio, pagination multiple, reliure éditeur en pleine percaline, plat supérieur orné d'après une oeuvre de Raphaël Kirchner. Très beau livre presqu'entièrement consacré au nu féminin : peintures, sculptures, gravures et surtout photographies. Nombreux contributions dont: Guy de Teramond, Henry de Pesquidoux, Gustave Kahn, Victorien du Saussay. Etudes richement illustrées qui mêlent les oeuvres de Félicien Rops et d'Auguste Rodin, pour ne citer qu'eux, à de nombreux nus pictorialistes dont les photographies ne sont malheureusement pas accréditées. Bel ex. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoires de Fanny Hill.

      Paris: Printed Privately for Subscribers. 1906 - 2 volume set, 9.25 inches tall. A delightful half morocco by David with floral gilt tooling within flourishes. Gilt top edges. Decorated with 12 explicit full page plates. An edition, in French, of 300 copies of which this is number 17. The armorial bookplates have had their names obscured. A fine set of this rare edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Love Among The Chickens

      George Newnes, London 1906 - 8vo, pp. 312. Original pictorial boards, lettered in tan to front panel and spine. Small contemporary name to ffep., a little light spotting to contents. Spine splitting at folds exposing some stitching, but intact. Frontispiece and three illustrations by H.M. Brock. First edition, first issue, with no date to title page. Wodehouse's first novel directed squarely at adults. As the prefatory note makes clear the idea for the book's plot was given to Wodehouse by his old schoolfriend and lifelong correspondent, Bill Townend. It concerns a struggling novelist, recruited against his better judgement into the chicken-farm business. The character doing the recruiting is one Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge: this novel marks the first appearance not just of Ukridge (loosely based on Wodehouse's roguish friend, and co-author of Not George Washington, Herbert Westbrook), but of any of Wodehouse's front-rank characters. Love Among The Chickens is the only novel in which Ukridge appears -- the rest of his literary life is confined to short stories -- and here he is married to a girl called Millie, who doesn't do very much and who only had a couple of short story appearances ahead of her before disappearing completely from all subsequent Ukridge adventures. Rare. Townend lists Love Among The Chickens as one of the very scarcest of Wodehouse titles -- not as scarce as the legendary rarities The Globe By The Way Book and Uneasy Money, perhaps, but certainly on a par with novels like Not George Washington and The Prince And Betty, which are often missing even from the most mature Wodehouse collection. McIlvaine A7a

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        Fil de Fer.

      Paris, Louis Michaud 1906 - Edition originale tirée à 200 exemplaires. Celui-ci (N°104) un des 100 sur papier de Hollande. Chaque exemplaire porte la signature de l'auteur. Paris, Louis Michaud - non daté (1906) - 319 pages. Reliure à la bradel demi maroquin chocolat à coins de l'époque. Dos lisse aux titre et auteur dorés. Couverture illustrée et dos conservés. Non rogné. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Bel exemplaire, bien relié. Format in-12°(19x14). Gabriel Randon de Saint-Amand, initialement Gabriel Randon, qui prit le pseudonyme de Jehan Rictus est un poète français, célèbre pour ses oeuvres composées dans la langue du peuple du Paris de son époque. 1ère Edition Dédicacé par l'auteur [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Musterblätter für naturzeichnen und malen.

      - Hannover and Wien, Günther Wagner, 1906. Folio (46.0 x 31.0 cm). [i] p.; 15 loose full colour pochoir plates. Original paper-covered quarter linen portfolio with printed full colour pictorial title mounted on the front board. Patterned endpapers.l A rare complete copy of this finely illustrated work. The author, Richard Godron, was an art teacher in Munich or, as more precisely printed on the front board: "Hauptlehrer I Klasse für naturzeichnen u malen an der Städt-Gewerbeschule München". Illustrations include butterflies, birds, salamanders, and frogs. Godron wrote and illustrated a few similar works, including "Modern stilisierte Blumen und Ornamente. Zwanzig Tafeln nach der Natur" (1896), and "Mal- und Zeichenbuch für die Jugend" (1899). Portfolio a bit rubbed at extremities, with slight loss to a corner of the title; portfolio flaps detached, partly lost. One plate mis-printed, with a thin white line. Some plates with some marginal fraying and chipping, but generally in good to very good condition. Not in any major bibliography.

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        Western Tibet and the British Borderland. The Sacred Country of Hindus and Buddhists. With an Account of the Government, Religion and Customs of the Peoples. With a Chapter by T.G. Longstaff describing an attempt to climb Gurla Mandhata. With illustrations and maps. [First edition]

      London, Edward Arnold, 1906. - Original blue cloth hardcover, decorated with gilt. xvi,376 pp.; Photogravure frontispiece. 2 large fold-out maps in color and many illustrations in the text and full page; 25x16 cm. Text in English - (sl. worn, sl. browned) Although still very good, see picture. More pictures on request. 1640g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The tomb of Hatshopsitu

      London 1906 - London, 1906. First edition. Very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE LAST MIRACLE ..

      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. 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. Small clipping (short review of the book) pasted to half title verso with light offsetting on title page. Light scuffing to cloth, a very good 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 rarely found in nice condition. (#139995)

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        Die Zoocecidien, durch erzeugte Pflanzengallen Deutschlands und ihre Bewohner. Including: THOMAS, Friedrich August Wilhelm. Verzeichnis der Schriften über Deutsche Zoocecidien und Cecidozoen bis einschliesslich 1906. KÜSTER, Ernst. Allgemeiner Teil. NALEPA, Alfred. Eriophyiden Gallenmilben. SCHLECHTENDAL, Diedrich von. Eriophydocecidien die durch Gallmilben verursachten Pflanzengallen. MEESS, Adolf. Die cecidogenen und cecidocolen Lepidopteren, gallenerzeugende und gallenbewohnende Schmetterlinge, und ihre Cecidien. DITTRICH, R. Die Tenthredinidocecidien, durch Blattwespen verursachte Pflanzengallen und ihre Erzeuger. HEDICKE, H. Die Isthmosominocecidien, von Isthmosominen verursachte Pflanzengallen und ihre Erzeuger. RÜBSAAMEN and HEDICKE. Die Cecidomyiden (Gallmücken) und ihre Cecidien. Algemeiner Teil [and Spezieller Teil 1 and 2-5].Stuttgart, Schweizerbart, 1911-1939. 9 instalments (10 parts) in 5 volumes. 4to. With 50 and 42 numbered plates (including 40 chromo-lithographed, 42 partly chromo-lithographed, 4 lithographed plates and 6 lithographed double-page plates) and 214 illustrations (mostly wood-engravings) in text. 4 volumes in half morocco and 1 in half cloth, with original front wrapper pasted on cover.

      BMC NH supplement, pp. 1109 (instalments 1-6); Nissen, ZBI 4825 (note). Important collection of works on plant galls caused by insects. Published under de direction of Ewald Heinrich Rübsaamen as part of the Bibliotheca Zoologica (Heft 61 & 77). Galls are abnormal growths produced under the influence of another organism. Including an extensive bibliography on the subject and 7 treatises by different authors (the last in 3 parts). With library stamps of D. Bierhaalder, apothecary in Baarn. Volume 5 with the general title-page of the earlier instalments. One leaf with several small restorations and two spines worn. In very good condition.

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        Alfred Eisenstaedt (Eisen0126)

      - Photographie. Né en Prusse-Occidentale, Eisenstaedt déménagea avec sa famille à Berlin en 1906. Il combattit dans l'artillerie allemande pendant la Première Guerre mondiale. Il devint photographe professionnel en 1929. Quatre ans plus tard, il réussit à photographier une réunion entre Adolf Hitler et Benito Mussolini en Italie. Tout d'abord accepté par les Nazis, il fut rapidement persécuté comme Juif et émigra aux États-Unis en 1935 et vécut à New York le restant de ses jours. Eisenstaedt rejoignit, dès sa création, le magazine Life, dont il fut un photographe vedette de 1936 à 1972 et photographia les plus grandes peronnalités telles que Sophia Loren et Ernest Hemingway. Il fit au total 90 couvertures pour Life. Le prix Alfred-Eisenstaedt est décerné en son honneur par Life et l'université Columbia. Alfred Eisenstaedt est l'auteur du Baiser. La leçon de danse. Tirage d'époque. Projet de parution. Tampon au dos. 18 x 25 cm. Rare Image.

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        Photo Album]: Girls Camping, 1906

      1906 - Oblong 12mo. 7" x 4.75". Gilson Adjustable Album manufactured by The Carter's Ink Company. String-tied green cloth with "Photographs" in gilt on the front board, with stiff blank card pages. 36 gelatin silver photographs. Images are various sizes, mostly one or two to a page, without captions. A little scuffing on boards, one leaf cut in half and lacking one half, modest fading on the images, else very good or better. A charming little album of a group of young people, mostly young women and a few men, at a lakeside campground. The women are pictured rowing, cooking, fishing, swimming, and lounging in a rural setting. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Integrative Action of the Nervous System

      Charles Scribner's Sons 1906 - 1st ed. Bound in publisher's cloth. Hardcover. Good binding and cover. Head restored. Clean, unmarked pages. xvi, 411 p. : 85 illustrations; 22 cm. Includes related ephemera, namely the original Syllabus of Sherrington's 1904 Silliman lectures at Yale, a review of the Silliman lectures by the physiologist Yandell Henderson, a reprint of John Fulton's 1947 article, "Sherrington's Impact on Neurophysiology", and other related articles. From the library of August Vollmer, first police chief of Berkeley, with his blind stamps. In 1904 Dr. Charles Sherrington gave a series of ten lectures at Yale on the nervous system. These lectures were compiled in 1906 as The Integrative Action of the Nervous System. "This work stands as the true foundation of modern neurophysiology; it is considered by Fulton to rank in importance with Harvey's De Motu Cordis, while Walshe asserts that it holds a position in physiology similar to Newton's Principia in physics." (Garrison-McHenry, History of Neurology, p. 229) Before publishing The Integrative Action of the Nervous System, Sherrington had spent 20 years engaged in clinical research on mammals, primarily rhesus monkeys. "Sherrington postulated that the reflex is the simplest unit of nervous integration." (Levine) His work focused on isolating involuntary reflexes and the grey matter of the spinal cord by systematically mapped sensory dermatomes. Previously, anatomical texts had presumed nerves going to muscles were motor nerves. Sherrington's discovery that a large number of these nerves were sensory upended the contemporary view. Building on Ramon y Cajal's neuron theory, Sherrington concluded that reflexes were integrated activities of an organism and not simply isolated reflex arcs. To better describe his system, Sherrington introduced the terms, synapse, and proprioceptive. He proposed that the synapse was the site where reflexes interact. The Integrative Action of the Nervous System "provided a framework for subsequent research that led to an understanding of the mechanisms of synaptic transmission." (Levine, 3 p.) He shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1932 'for their discoveries regarding the functions of neurons.' Refs: Garrison-Morton 1432; Printing in the Mind of Man 397; Norman 1939; Heirs of Hippocrates 2198. Garrison-McHenry, History of Neurology, p. 229. Robert Burke. "Charles Scott Sherrington's Integrative action: a centenary notice." Brain: A Journal of Neurology. Vol. 130, no. 4, p. 887-894. Levine, David. "Sherrington's "The Integrative action of the nervous system": A centennial appraisal." Journal of the Neurological Sciences 253 (2007) 1?6. Eccles, J. C. (1957). "Some Aspects of Sherrington's Contribution to Neurophysiology". Notes and Records of the Royal Society. 12 (2): 216?225. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fine pair of unsigned cabinet photos by Downey (1865-1936, King of Great Britain) & MARY (of Teck, 1867-1953, his Queen)

      1906 - showing them each three quarters length, she is wearing a fine dress and pearls and he is in full dress uniform holding his sword and with his plumed hat beside him on a table, in an extraordinary silver frame engraved with their signatures and "India 1906" under the Prince of Wales feathers, 7" x 5½" closed size

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        Typescript Carbon Signed ("H.G. Wells"), entitled "Mr. H.G. Wells' Phillipics" in an editorial hand, being a letter to the editor of the Edinburgh Daily Express

      Spade House, Sandgate, Kent, 1906. 1 page, with several annotations in Wells' hand and several others in an editorial hand. Legal folio. Very Good, old folds. 1 page, with several annotations in Wells' hand and several others in an editorial hand. Legal folio. Wells pens an indignant letter to the editor of the Edinburgh Daily Express in response to ongoing mis-characterizations by J.H. Bottomley, in a pamphlet and a series of letters to newspapers, of Wells' socialist views towards marriage and the family. Bottomley was a conservative election agent for Newton (Lancashire); Wells later recalled their dispute in his Experiments in Autobiography (1934): "Mr. Bottomley had put it this way, in a pamphlet for local circulation: 'Essentially the Socialist position is a denial of property in human beings; not only must land and the means of production be liberated, but women and children, just as men and things must cease to be owned. So in future it will be not my wife or your wife, but our wife.' The words in italics were his own addition but, somehow, they got inside the quotation marks." Wells had made the misquote public in the press, Bottomley had replied, and Wells' response in the present typescript chides Bottomley for the original offense, as well as for his subsequent attempt to smear Wells by linking him to Oscar Wilde. In part: "I see Mr Bottomley has written to you again, and those who have read the previous correspondence about his pamphlet will be quite prepared to hear that he writes to make another misstatement in his entirely hopeless struggle against the truth of the case ... The fact remains, and it will remain although Mr Bottomley continues to shower insults on me to the end of his days, that he took a quotation from my Socialism and the Family, cut off certain words at the end and added words with a diametrically opposite meaning. For that trick he offers no apology, he simply routs about for new possibilities of misrepresentations. His last feat in that direction is particularly worthy of the attention of your readers. It is to couple my name in an ambiguous manner with that of the late Oscar Wilde and to say that I 'quote his views (unspecified) with approval' because I wrote in the Fortnightly Review that Wilde's 'Soul of Man' was an admirable exposition of the attitude of the artistic mind towards Socialism. He has done the same in the Standard & also in a Yorkshire paper. Just think of the mental and moral quality of the man who can resort to that style of mud-throwing! Mr Bottomley seeks to salve his self-respect among his associates by pretending that I am 'furious' with him for this nasty attempt. No doubt he would like to have it on that footing. But one is not furious with people like Mr Bottomley; at the worst one is annoyed and disgusted. And I have written to the press about his feats of falsehood not because I care a rap about him, but because I do want to make it clear to the Unionist gentlemen of the north of England just how victory is being organized by their agents"

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

      Boston: Dana Estes, [1906]. Hard Cover. near Very Good binding. 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.

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        Nell's Topographical Map Of The State Of Colorado 1906

      Denver: Hamilton & Kendrick, 1906. 3rd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. 1st Printing Maroon Cloth, Gilt. Index At Front, With Counties, Post Offices And Mountains. Immense Folding Map, Still Attached As Issued. First Published 1902, Revised In 1905, 1906, And 1907, Of Which This Is The 1906 Issue. "This Map Of Colorado Has Been Compiled From All Available Surveys In Existence, It Is Consequently The Most Complete And Accurate One Ever Published... This Is The Only Map Published Showing The Wagon Roads, Mountain Trails And Passes As Well As The Railroads...The Map Exhibits Over 2000 Altitudes... And The Approximate Height Of Any Location Can Be Found By Interpolation Between The Nearest Enclosing Contour Lines Representing Vertical Intervals Of 1,000 Feet." Immaculate, Bright And Unfaded, Gilt Brillianttiny Frays At Some Corners Of Covers And A Few Small Splits On The Map. Display Quality.

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        The Mirror of the Sea Memories and Impressions

      first edition. London, Methuen & Co., 1906, first edition. First issue, original green cloth with decorations, title, author, and publisher in gilt on spine, with a 40-page publisher's catalogue dated August 1906 at the end, title page printed in red and black, TEG, fore-edge untrimmed, bottom edge rough-trimmed, one of 1,500 copies, this was Conrad's first nonfiction effort in book form loosely using his own life at sea, Smith 12, Cagle A11a, Keating 67. Brief Christmas 1906 ink inscription, very good plus.

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        The Mirror of the Sea: Memories and Impressions

      London: Methuen & Co, 1906. 1st. Cloth. Collectible; Very Good. The 1906 true 1st edition. VG in its dark-green cloth, with bright gilt-design and lettering at the spine. Light wear at the front panel, light foxing to the preliminaries and an institution stamp and one stain at the rear pastedown. 12mo, 306 pgs. plus publisher's (Methuen's) ads. Top-edge gilt, deckled fore-edge. Housed in a custom-made, quarter-morocco slipcase.

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        The Mirror of the Sea

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1906 - First American edition. [vi], 328, [2] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Keating 69; Cagle A11b; cf. Wise 16 Original blue, yellow and grey pictorial cloth. Fine [vi], 328, [2] pp. 1 vols. 12mo [Attributes: First Edition]

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