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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1907 - 1907 Original Hardback Wisden

      Hi, Here we have a rare 1907 Original Hardback Wisden. In Excellent Condition. The 12th Wisden Hardback. The lettering (gilt) is bright to the front and 100% original. The boards are very good indeed, very clean and presentable. Internally wonderful with great hinges and photoplate, one of the nicest early HBs I have seen. Some darkness to the page block.

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        Ozma of Oz A Record of her Adventures with Dorothy Gale of Kansas, the Yellow Hen, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, Tiktok, the Cowardly Lion and the Hungary Tiger; Besides Other Good People too Numerous to Mention Faithfully recorded Herein. Illustrated by John R. Neill.

      Chicago The Reilly and Britton Co. 1907 - Unusually Bright First Edition, First State of "Ozma of Oz" BAUM, L. Frank. Ozma of Oz. A Record of Her Adventures with Dorothy Gale of Kansas, the Yellow Hen, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, Tiktok, the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger; Besides Other Good People too Numerous to Mention Faithfully Recorded Herein. Illustrated by John R. Neill. Chicago: The Reilly & Britton Co., [1907]. First edition, first state, with all first edition, first issue points called for by Bienvenue and Schmidt; "The Reilly & Britton Co." on spine; "O" in Ozma present on 5th line, p. 11; p. 221 in color; publisher's advertisement facing half-title offers two titles: "Land of Oz," & "John Dough and The Cherub"; colored plates throughout with color pictorial endpapers. Quarto. Original tan cloth, pictorially stamped in red, black, yellow and blue on front cover, black, red and yellow on rear cover and black and red on spine. The slightest of wear to cloth extremities. Overall, a near fine and unusually bright copy. Bienvenue and Schmidt, 29-30 HBS 67577. $2,500 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Postkarte mit U. ("Rosa L."). [Berlin], 12. IV. 1907.

      1907. ½ S. Qu.-8vo. Nachschrift auf einer eh. Karte der Sozialistin Luise Kautsky (1864-1944). Beide Damen kondolieren der Witwe des sozialdemokratischen Politikers Ignaz Auer, der eben im Alter von 61 Jahren verstorben war. "Herzlich drücke ich Ihnen die Hand in dieser schweren Stunde. Sie wissen, wie ich Ihren Mann aufrichtig verehrte; ich kann mich gar nicht an den Gedanken gewöhnen, dass wir diese Prachtfigur nicht mehr unter uns sehen werden und mit Schmerz erinnere ich mich an die wenigen Augenblicke, wo ich zuletzt sein unvergessliches Gesicht mit dem köstlichen [Au]gen Ausdruck gesehen habe. Mir kommt es vor, wir sind plötzlich verarmt u. es ist kühl um uns geworden [...]". - Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf der "Neuen Zeit"; im linken Rand gelocht (geringf. Textberührung).

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        Grenzfragen des Nerven- und Seelenlebens. Einzeldarstellungen für Gebildete aller Stände, 8. Band (Heft 48 - 53,55)

       J.F. Bergmann Verlag, Wiesbaden, 1907. VII/45/55/73/72/16 S., Halbleinen (Vorsätze stockfleckig) - Beinhaltet: Dubois: Die Einbildung als Krankheitsursache/Lomer: Liebe und Psychose/Weygandt: Die abnormen Charaktere bei Ibsen/Kreuser: Geisteskrankheit und Verbrechen/Kötscher: Das Erwachen des Geschlechtsbewusstseins und seine Anomalien. Eine psychologisch-psychiatrische Studie/Laquer: Gotenburger System und Alkoholismus/v. Ehrenfels: Grundbegriffe der Ethik/Freud: sehr seltene Erste Ausgabe. Meyer-Fichtner 1901 a. Grimstein 10610. ,,Grenzfragen des Nerven- und Seelenlebens… VII\"\". Die zögerliche Aufnahme der ein Jahr zuvor erschienenen Traumdeutung legte das Erscheinen einer kleinen, die Hauptgedanken dieses Werkes erläuternden Schrift nahe/Angebunden: Sigmund Freud: Über den Traum. Sieten 308 bis 345., Wiesbaden, Bergmann, 1901 - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Psychologie,Neurologie/ Phsychatrie

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        W.B. Yeats.

      1907 - Portrait by Augustus John, etching and drypoint, third plate, unpublished proof before the edition, signed in pencil ("John") in lower margin, framed and glazed, size of plate 178 x 127 mm., overall size 394 x 343 mm., An unpublished proof impression of one of the most celebrated portraits of the 'poet of the twilight', commissioned by Yeats for the forthcoming edition of his Collected Works. See Campbell Douglas, A Catalogue of Etchings by Augustus John, 1920, no. 26. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Grip Of Gold

      Digby Long & Co 1907 - Some wear to covers and spine, mainly edges and corners, A few small marks on cover, Corners a little worn, Top and bottom of spine bumped and worn, titles on spine faded and worn, sides of spine chipped and worn, Internally in good condition, pages crisp but some light foxing on edges, small rip on bottom left corner of pages 3 - 11 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        FEINDE IM WELTALL? UND ANDERE NOVELLEN . Zweite Auflage

      Franckh'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung W. Keller & Co. n.d. [1907]., Stuttgart - Octavo, pp. [1-8] 1-80 + 8-page publisher's catalogue and additional advertising leaf on orange paper inserted at rear, Art Nouveau headpieces, original pictorial wrappers, bottom edge untrimmed. First edition, second printing. The third of Grunert's four collections of short SF. The title story was translated into English as "Enemies in Space" and appeared in INVADERS OF EARTH, a 1952 anthology edited by Groff Conklin. Short stories in the tradition of Kurd Lasswitz, but H. G. Wells and Jules Verne are equally important influences. "Kurd Lasswitz found an enthusiastic pupil in Carl Grunert (1865-1918), a schoolteacher from Berlin, who was, after Lasswitz, the pioneer of the SF short story in Germany and published a total (as far as is known today) of thirty-two stories in four collections and several magazines. The stories published after 1908 remained uncollected during his lifetime. While Lasswitz called his stories 'modern fairy tales,' Grunert labeled his 'novelettes of the future.' The collections are IM IRDISCHEN JENSEITS (The Hereafter on Earth, 1904), MENSCHEN VON MORGEN (Human Beings of Tomorrow, 1905), FEINDE IM WELTALL? (Enemies in Space?, 1907), and DER MARSSPION (The Martian Spy, 1908)." - Rottensteiner, story note, The Black Mirror & Other Stories, p. [59]. Bloch (2002) 1284. Nagl, p. 247 (misdating 1904). A very good copy. This paperbound issue is rare. (#152265) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Almayer's Folly

      T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1907. Hardback. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Early Reprint. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Stated 'second impression' on title page as confirmed on copyright page but this is unreliable as actually 5th Fisher Unwin impression and 7th overall [Cagle A1a - see notes] - scarce 1907 printing in publisher's original dark green cloth with gilt titles to front board and spine still very good with occasional mark to rear board and some limited bumping to spine ends. The binding remains tight, sound and about square. Internally gentle age-toning and free from inscriptions except for author's signed presentation 'J A Freestone from J. Conrad' to front pastedown. Signed copies of early Conrad editions are scarce and particularly so of this title. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 000786

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        Assemblée (L') de la Noblesse de la Sénéchaussée de Lyon en 1789. Etude historique et généalogique.

      Lyon, Louis Brun, 1907 ; in-4, broché ; XIV, 1014, (2) pp., près de 240 blasons, couverture gris-vert rempliée sur des cartons semi-rigides. Edititon originale numérotée, à tirage unique de 300 exemplaires. La partie historique, précise et bien documentée, occupe les 124 premières pages ; l'essentiel de l'ouvrage est consacré à la généalogie d'à peu près 240 familles avec indication des sources et la table alphabétique regroupe, avec les alliances, plus de 4000 noms propres, c'est dire si cet ouvrage est une source de tout premier plan. Bon exemplaire, bien propre.

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        2 eigenh. Vorlesungsmanuskripte, jeweils mit eh. Namenszug am vorderen Vorsatz. Wien, 1907-1914.

      1907. 2 Bde. (1), 314, (1) SS.; lose einliegend 2 Bll. Formeln. 260 [recte 248: Paginiersprung von 229 auf 240; 1 revidiertes Blatt vom Verfasser nach der Paginierung entfernt], (3) SS. Schwarze Tinte auf kariertem Papier, gelegentliche Ergänzungen in Blei- und rotem bzw. blauem Buntstift. Mit zahlreichen (teils fast ganzseitigen) Skizzen und Schemata. Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel "Vorlesungen Mechanik I. [bzw. II.] F.H.". Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. 4to. Über einen Zeitraum der letzten sieben Schaffensjahre Hasenöhrls geführte Vorlesungsmanuskripte mit Schwerpunkt auf den Jahren 1907/08; die Bindung in zwei Halblederbände noch vom Physiker selbst veranlasst; am Vorsatz sein Namenszug: "Prof. Dr. F. Hasenöhrl / Wien, Universität". Die Bände umfassen die ersten beiden vollständigen Vorlesungen von Hasenöhrls vierjährigem Zyklus, zu dem neben Mechanik und Kontinuumsmechanik noch Elektrodynamik, Wärmetheorie und Optik gehörten. - Der erste Band enthält die "Vorlesung über Mechanik der starren Systeme. Gehalten fünfstündig im Wintersemester 1907/8 (vom Beginn 24. X, bis 14. II.)" (insoweit in Widerspruch zur Angabe bei Bittner, S. 335, Hasenöhrl habe in jenem Wintersemester nicht gelesen). Der erste Termin war Hasenöhrls Antrittsvorlesung an der Wiener Universität, wo er Boltzmann nachfolgte, der sich im Herbst 1906 in Duino das Leben genommen hatte. Bei der Neubesetzung des Boltzmann'schen Lehrstuhls hatte sich Hasenöhrl gegen die ihm vorgereihten älteren Kollegen Max Planck und Wilhelm Wien durchgesetzt. Diese Antrittsvorlesung, als einzige in Stenographie (mit gelegentlichen langschriftlichen Einsprengseln) abgefasst, bringt darum auch einen Nachruf auf seinen Vorgänger (nicht ident mit seinem 1906 in "Elektrotechnik und Maschinenbau" H. 41 veröffentlichten Nachruf auf Boltzmann). Die restlichen 28 Kapitel reichen von der "Kinematik des Punktes" über die Lagrange'schen Gleichungen und "Hamiltons partielle Differentialgleichung" bis zur relativen und zyklischen Bewegung. Markierungen in rotem Buntstift geben den pro Termin behandelten Stoffumfang an; einzelne Teile wurden auch statt im Hörsaal "im Pros[eminar] gemacht". Am Schluß (ab S. 305) stehen die Änderungen, die Hasenöhrl beim Neuvortrag im Wintersemester 1910/11 vornahm (lt. Bittner auch 1913/14 wiederholt). - Der zweite Band enthält die zweisemestrige "Vorlesung über Mechanik der deformablen Körper" (Wintersemester 1907/08: Elastizität; Sommersemester 1908: Hydromechanik; von letzterer haben die Hörer indes "wegen Stud[enten-]Streik ca. 2 Wochen verloren"). Als Motto vorangestellt ist ein Wort aus Guido Ubaldis "Paraphrasis in duos Archimedis aequeponderantium libros" (1588): "Quapropter ad Archimedem confugiendum est, si vera huius scientiae principia perdiscere cupimus." Auch dieser Band enthält am Schluß eine dreiseitige "Ergänzung 1911", mit der die Seiten 90-101 grundlegend überarbeitet wurden. Sommer 1914 folgt noch eine Neufassung der "schlamperten Seite[n] 183 ff." über Strahlenbildung, welche teils gestrichen (S. 183f.), teils ganz ausgerissen sind (S. 185f.; Blatt fehlt bis auf einen schmalen Steg); es schließen sich noch an die Abschnitte "Allgemeines über Bewegung mit Rotationssym[m]etrie" und "Kreisförmige Wirbel" (zus. 13 Seiten). Kurz vor Semesterende desselben Jahrs brach der Erste Weltkrieg aus. Hasenöhrl, dessen Mutter aus altem Offiziersadel stammte, meldete sich freiwillig als Infanterist und erhielt nach einer Verwundung im Juli 1915 das Militär-Verdienstkreuz III. Klasse. Am 7. Oktober traf ihn bei Vielgereuth (Folgaria) ein Granatsplitter in den Kopf. - Obwohl Hasenöhrl "[d]ie Vorlesungen [...] stets frei ab[hielt]" (Bittner, 198), beruhte sein Vortrag doch offensichtlich auf minuziöser Vorbereitung. Die dicht gedrängte Fülle des Stoffs läßt sich daran ermessen, daß jeder Vorlesungstermin im Manuskript meist gerade zwischen vier und sechs Seiten umfaßt; dennoch finden sich immer wieder durchformulierte Passagen, u. a. Exkurse wie zu Sven Hedins Beobachtungen über Tibeter Flüsse, die, von Süd nach Nord fließend, nach Osten abgelenkt werden - ein Anwendungsbeispiel für die relative Bewegung. In seiner Nobelpreisrede würdigte Erwin Schrödinger rückblickend die Fähigkeit seines Lehrers Hasenöhrl, die Materie im Hörsaal detailliert abzuhandeln: "In einem Zyklus, der sich durch acht Semester mit je fünf Wochenstunden hinzog, kamen sowohl die höheren Theorien der Mechanik als auch die Eigenwertprobleme der Kontinuumsphysik in der Ausführlichkeit vor, wie sie mir später nötig werden sollte - aus Büchern habe ich nur schwer lernen können [... Er fiel im Krieg], und ein Gefühl sagt mir, daß sonst sein Name heute an Stelle des meinigen stünde." In seiner Abhandlung "Zur Theorie der Strahlung in bewegten Körpern" (1904) hatte Hasenöhrl den Begriff der "elektromagnetischen Masse" auf von Strahlung durchsetzte Hohlkörper angewandt und argumentiert, daß jede Form von Wärmestrahlung einen solchen Körper mit zusätzlicher "scheinbarer Masse" ausstatte. Diese Leistung, die den Zusammenhang von Energie und Masse herstellt und in ihrer verkürztesten Form "m = E/c²" scheinbar die Einstein'sche Spezielle Relativitätstheorie vorwegnimmt, brachte Hasenöhrl (auf Boltzmanns Vorschlag) 1905 den Haitinger-Preis der Akademie der Wissenschaften ein und war Grundlage für seine Berufung zum Ordinarius. Einstein (dessen Relativitätstheorie Hasenöhrl übrigens - noch keineswegs selbstverständlich - an der Universität vortrug) generalisierte 1905 die von Hasenöhrl nur auf die Hohlraumstrahlung bezogene Formel zum ikonischen, nun in eine umfassende Theorie eingebetteten "E = mc²" (zu Hasenöhrls Rolle bei der Ausarbeitung der Formel vgl. zuletzt Stephen Boughn, "Fritz Hasenöhrl and E=mc²", in: The European Physical Journal H 38/1 [Jan. 2013], S. 1-18). 1911 war Hasenöhrl Teilnehmer der historischen ersten Solvay-Konferenz, auf der sich die Weltspitze der damaligen experimentierenden und theoretischen Physiker vereinigte, um die fundamentalen Probleme der gegenwärtigen Physik zu diskutieren. Jene erste Konferenz befasste sich unter dem Thema "La théorie du rayonnement et les quanta" mit den unterschiedlichen Ansätzen der Klassischen Physik und der im Entstehen begriffenen Quantenphysik; zu den weiteren Teilnehmern zählten Einstein, Marie Curie, Ernest Rutherford, H. A. Lorentz, Wilhelm Wien, Heike Kamerlingh Onnes und Henri Poincaré. Auch an der zweiten Solvay-Konferenz 1913 nahm Hasenöhrl noch teil. - Einige wenige Blätter noch vor der Paginierung vom Verfasser entfernt; einige Textkorrekturen, -rasuren und -überarbeitungen, sämtlich von der Hand des Verfassers. Von größter Seltenheit: Werkmanuskripte Hasenöhrls gelten als nahezu unauffindbar; kein einziger Nachweis irgendeines Schriftstücks von seiner Hand in den internationalen Auktionsregistern seit 1975 (dagegen für Albert Einstein über 1000 Nachweise, davon über 100 Manuskripte). Die SUB Göttingen verwahrt eine Nachschrift von Hasenöhrls Vorlesung über Kugelfunktionen (Wien, Sommersemester 1900) im Umfang von nur 17 Bll. (Cod. Ms. G. Herglotz E 15), geschrieben von Gustav Herglotz (1881-1953), später Professor für Mathematik in Leipzig und Göttingen. An der

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        Peter Pan In Kensington Gardens (From "The Little White Bird").

      London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1907 - Quarto. Original suede, titles to spine and front cover gilt, design blocked in blind to front cover, illustrated map endpapers, top edge gilt. Contemporary note and Christmas gift letter mounted to front pastedown; stationers' ticket of Roffey and Clark, High Street, Croydon, at foot of rear pastedown. Light rubbing and spotting to suede covers, a little internal spotting more noticeable to untrimmed edges, an excellent copy. Colour frontispiece and 49 colour plates mounted on brown paper with captioned tissue guards, black and white illustrations in the text, all by Rackham. Fourth impression, in a publisher's deluxe binding not noted by Latimore and Haskell or Riall, though it appears to be the binding described as "rough Persian" advertised by Hodder & Stoughton in the trade press in time for Christmas 1907. After the enormous success of the play Peter Pan, which opened on 27 December 1904 and broke all previous theatrical records, Barrie sanctioned this publication, in collaboration with Rackham as illustrator. The text was extracted, with minor revisions, from Barrie's book-within-a-book London story-collection for adults, The Little White Bird (1902), and it was published specifically as a children's gift book in 1906, in both a signed limited edition of 500 copies and a regular trade edition. (The play remained unpublished until 1928.)

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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Wien, 17. XII. 1907. - ½ S. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-4to. An den Verein für Schulreform mit der Mitteilung, "daß ich infolge bedeutender geschäftlicher Inanspruchnahme leider nicht in der Lage bin, mich mit dem von Ihnen angeregten Thema zu beschäftigen [.]". - Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf.

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        Roll of Officers and Members of the Georgia Hussars and of the Cavalry Companies, of Which the Hussars are a Continuation with Historical sketch Relating Facts Showing the Origin and Necessity of Rangers or Mounted Men in the Colony of Georgia from Date of Its Founding

      Savannah: Savannah Morning News, Printers Publishers, Bookbinders, 1907. First Edition. Hardcover. Good +. 8vo. [1], 560pp. Frontis portrait of Oglethorpe. Blue cloth hardcover with blind stamped illustration of a mounted Hussar on front cover. Gilt stamped title on spine. Patterned end sheets. A few light scratches and light soil spots on front board. Rubs to blue cloth head and base of spine. Light edge wear to cloth. De Renne III, 1050. A History of the noted Southern militia unit that was organized in February, 1736, by General Oglethorpe to protect the Colony of Georgia from the threats posed by Indians and Spanish forces in Florida. Hussars also served in the Mexican and Civil War. It remained a horse cavalry until 1940. The Hussars were the third oldest military unit in the United States and was absorbed into the Georgia National Guard in recent years.

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        STORY OF THE TEASING MONKEY

      - BANNERMAN,HELEN. THE STORY OF THE TEASING MONKEY. NY: Stokes 1907. 12mo, cloth backed pictorial boards, 142p., some cover soil and corners worn else VG+. 1st American edition, in the Dumpy format printed on one side of the paper only. This is the story of a mischievous little monkey named Jacko, written by the author of Little Black Sambo. Illustrated by Bannerman in color throughout. Very scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Blühende Rosen, Öl auf Pappe alt gerahmt.

       1907 Bildmaß: 36 x 44 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 41 x 48,4 cm ). Das Ölgemälde links unten mit *Tade Styka* signiert sowie mit *Garches* ( = französische Gemeinde in der Region Île-de-France im Département Hauts-de-Seine ) bezeichnet und mit 1907 datiert. Das Bild von guter Erhaltung, verso 3 alte Aufkleber, der schlichte Rahmen etwas fleckig und bestoßen. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )( Provenienz: Alter Privatbesitz ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Rose, Rosen, Rosenstrauch, Edelrose, Gemälde, Ölgemälde, Styka, Tadeusz Styka, Garches, Ile de France, Frankreich, Polen, France, Polska

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        Recherches généalogiques sur la famille des Seigneurs de Nemours du XIIe au XVe siècle.

      Fontainebleau, Maurice Bouges, 1907.2 volumes grands in-8 de [8]-347-CXXVIII-[4] et [10]-276-[2]-CXXIV-[4] pages, demi-maroquin rouge à coins, dos à 5 nerfs ornés de fleurons, foulettes, encadrements et titre dorés, têtes dorées, couvertures et dos conservés. Quelques petits trous aux plats du premier volume et frottement au second plat de l'autre, ce qui est dommage, l'ensembe étant pour le reste en bel état. Illustré de quelques hors-texte en noir et tableaux généalogiques dépliants. Tirage limité à 250 exemplaires, celui-ci portant le numéro 144. Il est en outre enrichi d'un envoi autographe de l'auteur à son "cher petit-fils Jean Richemond, à l'occasion du 45e anniversaire de mariage de ses grands-parents". La même main a inscrit, sous la date de l'achevé d'imprimer (18 mars 1908), la mention "70e anniversaire de Madame Richemond".

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        Arsène Lupin, Gentleman : cambrioleur

      Paris, Pierre Lafitte, 1907 18,8 x 12 cm, broché, couverture illustrée, 2 ff. blancs, 310 pp., 5 ff. n. ch. (bon à détacher concours Arsène Lupin, table des matières, publicité éditeur, A. I., f. blanc). Edition originale du premier volume des Aventures extraordinaires d'Arsène Lupin. Exemplaire imprimé sur un beau papier alfa (après 3 à 5 exemplaire sur Hollande, non mentionnés au colophon, réservés aux collaborateurs de l'éditeur), broché en très bon état (dos très légèrement ridé). Envoi autographe de l'auteur à M. [Abel] Tarride, dramaturge et comédien. Il joua dans des comédies de Georges Feydeau, Pierre Veber, Sacha Guitry et fit également carrière à l'écran où son fait d'armes est l'interprétation du Commissaire Maigret dans Le chien jaune réalisé en 1932 par son fils Jean Tarride. Rarissime avec envoi autographe. .

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        CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSION, BY BERNARD SHAW, BEING NO. 4 OF THE NOVELS OF HIS NONAGE. ALSO THE ADMIRABLE BASHVILLE, AND AN ESSAY ON MODERN PRIZEFIGHTING

      Archibal Constable & Co. Ltd, London 1907 - Green cloth. Reprint of the 1901 Second Revised Edition of Shaw's first book with additions. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author to his Swedish translator, Hugo Vallentin, on the half-title page and dated 12 December 1908. Bookplate of Archibald Firestone on the front pastedown. Near Fine, lacking the dustwrapper [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Ingoldsby Legends. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.

      London: J. M. Dent & Co.; New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1907 - Octavo (237 × 175 mm). Mid 20th-century blue morocco, spine elaborately gilt in compartments, marbled endpapers, ruling to boards, witch and crow tools, turn-ins, and all edges gilt. A very handsomely bound copy. Tipped-in colour frontispiece and 23 plates with printed tissue-guards, 23 tinted plates, illustrations throughout. First edition thus, Rackham's illustrated edition of Barham's Ingoldsby Legends, revised and largely redrawn from the original 1898 edition, so that "greater prominence could be given to the illustrations by better and larger reproductions, including a greater number of illustrations in colour" (Rackham's Prefatory Note). A very handsome copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Über die Möglichkeit einer neuen Prüfung des Relativitätsprinzips [AND] Bemerkungen zu der Notiz von Hrn. Paul Ehrenfest: "Die Translation deformierbarer Elektronen und der Flächensatz" [AND] Über die vom Relativitätsprinzip geforderte Trägheit der Energie.

      - Leipzig, Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1907. 8vo. pp. 197-198, 206-208, 371-384, in: Annalen der Physik, 4e Folge, Band 23(6-7), viii, 1,000 pp., several plates. Later black half cloth over marbled boards, spine with handwritten paper label.= In 1905 Einstein shook the scientific world with three papers that would change the basis of modern physics. These were soon followed by more papers, either expansions of his idea of Relativity towards new fields and applications, or reactions to comments by other physicists. This volume of the "Annalen der Physik" contains three such papers; the two most important, perhaps, being one on another method to test his relativity theory (this is science at its best; it needs to be open to falsification) and one containing the notion of "tardiness of energy", which sounds like an oxymoron but is perfectly understandable from a relativistic point of view. We offer the complete volume 23 (6-10) edited by Wilhelm Wien and Max Planck, and including papers by Paul Ehrenfest, Jakob Laub who cooperated with Einstein on the subject of special relativity, Nobel Prize winners Max von Laue and Johannes Diderik Van Der Waals, and others. An excellent copy, without library markings or other faults. Weil, 17-19. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [The Novels:]

      London: J. D. Dent & Sons Ltd,, 1907-1909. Pride and Prejudice; Sense and Sensibility; Northanger Abbey; Persuasion; Mansfield Park; Emma. 6 works, octavo (192 × 118 mm). Bound in near-contemporary red half calf, red cloth sides, titles to and decoration to spines gilt, raised bands, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Frontispieces, decorative title page and 22 colour plates in each volume. Spines faintly sunned; an excellent, fresh set. First editions illustrated by Brock in colour. C. E. Brock (1870-1938) first appeared as an illustrator of Jane Austen for Macmillan's 1895-7 series, though he illustrated only Pride and Prejudice, with Hugh Thomson illustrating the other five titles. That series appeared in black and white, which better suited Thomson's skilful use of line. A decade later J. M. Dent, realising Brock's potential as a colourist, commissioned him to redo the Pride and Prejudice suite in colour, and also to create colour illustrations for the other five Austen titles. The colourful costumes and interior decor depicted here are reputedly accurate to the Regency period, as Charles Brock and his brother Henry collected antique furniture and clothing so that their friends and relations could model for the artists in their Cambridge studio.

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        Opere Complete EDITE DAL MUNICIPIO DI VENEZIA NEL II CENTENARIO DALLA NASCITA

      TIPOGRAFIA DELL'ISTITUTO VENETO DI ARTI GRAFICHE, 1907-1928. ITALIANO 36,1 OPERA COMPLETA COMMISSIONATA DAL MUNICIPIO DI VENEZIA; ESEMPLARE N. 183; IL COMITATO ORDINATORE DELL'EDIZIONE SI COMPONE DI: EDGARDO MADDALENA, CESARE MUSATTI, GIUSEPPE OCCIONI-BONAFFONS, FEDERICO PELLEGRINI, ANGELO SCRINZI, GIUSEPPE ORTOLANI (COMPILATORE); FINO AL NONO VOLUME, OGNI TOMO E' PRECEDUTO DA UN DIFFERENTE RITRATTO IN ELIOTIPIA DI CARLO GOLDONI; OGNI COMMEDIA E OGNI PREFAZIONE ALLA COMEDIA SONO INOLTRE PRECEDUTE DA ELIOTIPIA (RIPRODOTTE DALL'EDIZIONE PASQUALI) E DA LETTERE DI DEDICA, E SUCCEDUTA DA APPENDICE E NOTA STORICA IN MERITO ALL'EDIZIONE DI RIFERIMENTO (PASQUALI O PAPERINI); NESSUN SEGNO SUL TESTO; MANCANO I VOLL: VI, X, XI-XV, SI POSSEGGONO: COMMEDIE: VOL. I (1907): INTRODUZIONE DEI CURATORI FUORI DAL TESTO; PREFAZIONI DI CARLO GOLDONI AI 17 TOMI DI COMMEDIE DELL'EDIZIONE VENEZIANA DI G. B. PASQUALI; L'UOMO DI MONDO; IL PRODIGO, LA BANCAROTTA O SIA IL MERCANTE FALLITO, LA DONNA DI GARBO, IL SERVITORE DI DUE PADRONI; VOL. II (1908): IL FRAPPATORE, I DUE GEMELLI VENEZIANI, L'UOMO PRUDENTE, LA VEDOVA SCALTRA, LA PUTTA ONORATA, LA BUONA MOGLIE; NOTE SULLO STATO DELL'EDIZIONE:COSTA RIPARATA; VOL. III (1908): IL PADRE DI FAMIGLIA, IL CAVALIERE E LA DAMA, LA FAMIGLIA DELL'ANTIQUARIO O SIA LA SUOCERA E LA NUORA, L'AVVOCATO VENEZIANO, L'EREDE FORTUNATA; NOTE SULLO STATO DELL'EDIZIONE:COSTA RIPARATA; VOLUME IV (1909): IL TEATRO COMICO,LE FEMMINE PUNTIGLIOSE; LA BOTTEGA DEL CAFFE', IL BUGIARDO, L'ADULATORE, IL POETA FANATICO; VOLUME V (1909): PAMELA, IL CAVALIERE DI BUON GUSTO, IL GIUOCATORE, IL VERO AMICO, LA FINTA AMMALATA; VOL. VII (1910): IL MOLIERE, LA CASTALDA, L'AMANTE MILITARE, IL TUTORE, LA MOGLIE SAGGIA; VOL. VIII (1910): IL FEUDATARIO, LE DONNE GELOSE, LA SERVA AMOROSA, I PUNTIGLI DOMESTICI, LA FIGLIA OBBEDIENTE; VOL. IX (1910): I MERCATANTI, LA LOCANDIERA, LE DONNE CURIOSE, IL CONTRATTEMPO O SIA IL CHIACCHIERONE IMPRUDENTE, LA DONNA VENDICATIVA; VOL. XI (1911): IL FESTINO, L'IMPOSTORE, INTRODUZIONE IN PROSA ALLE RECITE DELL'AUTUNNO DELL'ANNO 1754, LA MADRE AMOROSA, TERENZIO, TORQUATO TASSO; VOL. 12 (1911): IL CAVALIERE GIOCONDO, LE MASSERIE, I MALCONTENTI, INTRODUZIONE O SIA APERTURA DI TEATRO PER LA PRIMA SERA DELL'AUTUNNO DELL'ANNO 1755, LA BUONA FAMIGLIA, LE DONNE DE CASA SOA; VOL. 13 (1911): LA VILLEGGIATURA, IL RAGGIRATORE, LA DONNA STRAVAGANTE, IL CAMPIELLO, L'AVARO, L'AMANTE DI SE' MEDESIMO; VOL. 14 (1912): IL MEDICO OLANDESE, LA DONNA SOLA, LA PUPILLA, IL CAVALIERE DI SPIRITO, LA VEDOVA SPIRITOSA; VOL. 15 (1912): IL PADRE PER AMORE, LO SPIRITO DI CONTRADDIZIONE, L'APATISTA O SIA L'INDIFFERENTE, LA DONNA BIZZARRA, LA DONNA DI GOVERNO, LA SPOSA SAGACE; VOL. 16 (1913): IL RICCO INSIDIATO, LE MORBINOSE, LE DONNE DI BUON UMORE, LA DONNA FORTE, I MORBINOSI, LA SCUOLA DI BALLO; VOL. 17 (1913): GL'INNAMORATI, PAMELA MARITATA, L'IMPRESARIO DELLE SMIRNE, LA GUERRA; VOL. 18 (1914): I RUSTEGHI, UN CURIOSO ACCIDENTE, LA DONNA DI MANEGGIO, LA CASA NOVA, LA BUONA MADRE; VOL. 19 (1914): LE SMANIE PER LA VILLEGGIATURA, LE AVVENTURE DELLA VILLEGGIATURA, LA SCOZZESE, IL RITORNO DALLA VILLEGGIATURA, IL BUON COMPATRIOTTO, SIOR TODERO BRONTOLON; VOL. 20 (1915): LE BARUFFE CHIOZZOTTE, UNA DELLE ULTIME SERE DI CARNOVALE, L'OSTERIA DELLA POSTA, L'AMORE PATERNO, IL VENTAGLIO, IL MATRIMONIO PER CONCORSO; DRAMMI GIOCOSI PER MUSICA: VOL. 26 (1928); MANCA IL NUM. DELL'ESEMPLARE; COPERTINA RIPARATA; CONTIENE: INTRODUZIONE, LA PELARINA, IL GONDOLIERE VENEZIANO OSSIA GLI SDEGNI AMOROSI, LA PUPILLA, LA BIRBA, L'IPPOCONDRIACO, MONSIEUR PETITON, LA BOTTEGA DA CAFFE', L'AMANTE CABALA, IL FILOSOFO, AMOR FA L'UOMO CECO, IL QUARTIERE FORTUNATO, LA FAVOLA DE' TRE GOBBI, IL MATRIMONIO DISCORDE, LA CANTARINA, LA VENDEMMIA; RARI SEGNI SUL TESTO USATO

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        1907 Original Hardback Wisden,

      This lot is an 1907 Original Hardback Wisden. 10th Hardback! In Very Good+ Condition. This book is very nice, it has had no restoration, the front board is very nice with shiny, original gilt, the spine cloth is a little dark but the gilt is still shiny, internally it has strong hinges and very nice pastedowns and pages, this would be a 9 if it was not for 2 Sydney Pardon (Editor) book club stamps on the pastedowns, tightly bound and an excellent photoplate (no tissue paper and small, hard to notice tear, to next page).

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        The Ingoldsby Legends or Mirth and Marvels By Thomas Ingoldsby Esqre.

      London: J. M. Dent & Co; E. P. Dutton & Co, New York,, 1907. Illustratated [sic] by Arthur Rackham A.R.W.S. Large quarto. Original vellum, titles and pictorial decoration to spine and front board gilt, dark green pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, yellow silk ties. Colour frontispiece and 23 colour plates mounted on green paper with captioned tissue guards, black and white illustrations in the text, by Rackham. A little spotting to vellum, slight marginal toning to text leaves, a very good copy. Signed limited edition, number 351 of 560 copies signed by the artist, one of 500 for sale in England. Rackham's previous illustrated edition of The Ingoldsby Legends, published in 1898, had no deluxe signed issue. For this edition, it was revised and largely redrawn, so that "greater prominence could be given to the illustrations by better and larger reproductions, including a greater number of illustrations in colour" (Prefatory Note).

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        Le Sultan, l'Islam et les Puissances. Constantinople - la Mecque - Bagdad. Avec deux cartes hors texte. Paris, Armand Colin, 1907.

      1907. Small 8vo. VI, 443, (3) pp. With 2 folding maps. Contemp. half leather with giltstamped spine title. Only edition. The maps show Egypt and Abessinia with the Arabian Peninsula and Asia Minor with the Middle East and Iraq. - Some foxing throughout; slight worming to lower corner of preliminary matter. Corners rubbed and bumped. Sold at Sotheby's 2002 Travel Sale for 454 GBP (later half morocco). OCLC 252331293.

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        CAUTIONARY TALES FOR CHILDREN. Verses by H. Belloc. Pictures by B. T. B

      Eveleigh Nash. London. (No date). 1907. FIRST EDITION. Large 8vo. (9.7 x 8.1 inches). Illustrated throughout with 86 line drawings by Blackwood. Publishers grey paper covered boards with red lettering and black illustration to the front board. A few small ink spots to the spine but, importantly the spine is still completely present and in very good condition which is uncommon on this title. Some offsetting to the blank endpapers but overall a clean and tidy copy of this scarce book.

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        Modern Medicine: Its Theory and Practice. In Original Contributions By American And Foreign Authors. 7 Volumes, Complete

      Lea Brothers & Co., 1907 7 volumes. Calf leather binding with maroon spine labels. Leather boards have edge wear, scratches, minor scuffs/scrapes, rubbed corners/spine. Gift inscription on flyleaf of each volume. A couple volumes with very slight stains on spine and a couple volumes with small stains on the fore-edge. No writing in the text. Bindings are very solid. Heavy set--will cost more to ship internationally or priority.. Full-Leather. Very Good.

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        Lettres 1841-1866

      Mercure de France, Paris, 1907, gr.in-8, 552 pp.- 6 ff., entièrement non rogné, reliure 1/2 toile beige. 2 portraits: héliogravure et bois gravé. Papier uniformément jauni. Exemplaire unique d'épreuves comme l'indique une note manuscrite sur la page du tirage, note rédigée par Féli GAUTIER, spécialiste de Baudelaire, qui publie ces lettres au Mercure. Note au bibliophile Henri SAFFREY à qui il offre cet exemplaire. A la fin de l'ouvrage 10 pages de coupures de presse reproduction de lettres de Baudelaire (coupures montées sur fort papier vélin) avec à nouveau une note manuscrite de Féli GAUTIER: "M. Saffrey pourra cartonner(?) ces lettres qui sont destinées à une nouvelle édition, s'il y en a jamais". Unique exemplaire. Edition originale.

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        Si-Ling - Etude sur les Tombeaux de l'Ouest de la Dynastie des Ts'Ing

      Paris, Ernest Leroux Editeur, 1907. 1 volume in-4, 180 pp., cartonnage illustré d'éditeur, orné de 2 plans, de 6 planches hors texte chromolithographiées et de nombreux croquis et photographies en noir et blanc et couleurs, ouvrage en très bon état. Avec une dédicace de l'auteur au Général Dodds. Despite some foxing on the first and last pages, in very good condition, inscribed by the author Fonssagrives. Cette importante étude sur les Tombeaux de l'Ouest a paru dans les Annales du Musée Guimet (Tome 31e). Fonssagrives était Chef de bataillon d'Infanterie Coloniale.

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        Manuel de lithographie artistique pour l'artiste et l'imprimeur

      Paris Duchatel 1907. Grand in 4, broché couverture illustrée couleurs, très bon état, édition originale sur papier de de lux tiré à 500 ; exemplaire n° 175 des 200 avec remarques et envois Manuel de lithographie artistique pour l'artiste et l'imprimeur. Richement illustré de 23 lithographies originales hors texte de : MM. A. Belleroche, André Cahard, Noel Dorville, Abel Faivre, C. Léandre ect... Dont 11 planches avec remarques et envois à Duchatel.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

      Number 916 of and edition of 1100, white buckram, gilt titles, very clean boards, head edge gilt, others uncut, paste action to end papers, some foxing throughout, but a very good copy indeed

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        The British Warblers: A History with Problems of Their Lives [Two Volumes]

      R.H. Porter, 1907-01-01. First edition. Hardcover. Used: Very Good. 1907-1914, Two volumes. Half black leather over blue boards. Shelf wear, slight insect damage to covers. Some spotting to pages and plates. Vol. I: 17 color plates and 30 photogravures. Vol. II: 18 color plates and 21 photogravures.. A detailed study of the life histories of British Warblers, with a philosophical discussion of the instincts and habits of the various species. Fine illustrations by henrik Gronvold.

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        THE BRITISH WARBLERS - A HISTORY WITH PROBLEMS OF THEIR LIVES (complete in original parts)

      London: R. H. Porter, 1907. In the ten original part volumes (parts 1-9 & 9*), printed 1907-1914. Publisher's cloth-backed printed boards. 35 chromolithographic plates by Gronvold and 51 plates in photogravure; 12 coloured maps. Illustrations of very high quality, the photogravure plates particularly fine. The final volume includes general title pages and prelims, should the work be rebound in two volumes. Very good condition. A little light wear to bindings, contents generally clean and tight, a few plates with foxing more or less confined to the edges, most plates clean, a couple of plates with mild offsetting from neighbouring pages. A very good set; scarce in the original parts.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Gronvold, Henrik. 4to.

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        The British Warblers: A History with Problems of Their Lives [Two Volumes]

      R.H. Porter, 1907-01-01. First edition. Hardcover. Used: Very Good. 1907-1914, Two volumes. Half black leather over blue boards. Shelf wear, slight insect damage to covers. Some spotting to pages and plates. Vol. I: 17 color plates and 30 photogravures. Vol. II: 18 color plates and 21 photogravures.. A detailed study of the life histories of British Warblers, with a philosophical discussion of the instincts and habits of the various species. Fine illustrations by henrik Gronvold.

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        The Indians Book

      London: Harper and Brothers, 1907. Copyright date 1907, first edition, first printing. Illustrations from Photographs and from Original Drawings by Indians. This is a rare original first edition of "The Indians' Book" by Natalie Curtis in 1907. The book shows, "An offering by the American Indians of Indian lore, musical and narrative, to form a record of the songs and legends of their race." The book includes wonderful illustrations of photographs and original drawings by Indians. The book was published by Harper and Brothers Publishers New York and London in 1907. The book has the original excellent geometric traditional Indian style design in bright colors adoring the cover. The rare book is in good condition for its age (see pictures for condition). Measures 7.5"x10 1/8" and 1.75" thick. The last pages shows the Indian Swastika Symbol (meaning good luck) with a hand written statement, "Heil Hitler!" and written note on the next page. Early circa 1941 Text and illustrations are bright and clean, binding is secure, a solid collectible rare book.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by The Indians. 4to - over 9" x 12" Tall. Collectible.

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        [The Novels:] Pride & Prejudice; Sense & Sensibility; Mansfield Park; Emma; Northanger Abbey; Persuasion.

      London: J. M. Dent & Co.; E. P. Dutton & Co., New York, , 1907?09. [Each] With twenty-four coloured illustrations by C. E. Brock. 6 volumes, octavo. Original gilt decorative vellum, top edges gilt, others untrimmed, pictorial endpapers. Each volume with 24 colour plates by C. E. Brock. Northanger Abbey: front hinge starting, rear hinge partly cracked but holding, but text block sound, Sense & Sensibility: discolouration to rear board from dampstaining, also affecting final few pages. Otherwise a beautiful set, in bright vellum. First Brock editions of the complete novels of Jane Austen, rare in the original vellum bindings. C. E. Brock (1870?1938) first appeared as an illustrator of Jane Austen within Macmillan's 1895?7 series (with introductions by Austin Dobson), Brock illustrating only Pride and Prejudice, and Hugh Thomson illustrating the other 5 titles. This series was only illustrated in black and white, which better suited Thomson's skilful use of line. A decade later, J. M. Dent, realising Brock's potential as a colourist, commissioned him to redo the Pride and Prejudice suite, this time in colour, and to create colour illustrations for the other five Austen titles. Dent's "Series of English Idylls" thus presents the first Brock illustrations for the complete Austen set and the first in colour. Brock was elected as a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour in 1908, and certainly his vision of Austen's world, its gentle graces and sharp ironies, is best expressed, as here, in colour. Furthermore, the colourful costumes and interior decor depicted in these illustrations are reputedly accurate to the Regency period, for Charles Brock and his brother Henry collected antique furniture and clothing so that their friends and relations could model for the artists in their Cambridge studio.

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        THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS

      St. Louis: The Thompson Publishing Co, 1907. First Edition. Full-Leather. Octavo. SIGNED, INSCRIBED AND DATED IN THE YEAR OF PUBLICATION BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. 1st issue and the author's first book. 574pp., illustrated, bound in full red morocco decorated with a pagoda in blind, lettering gilt with single gilt ruled border; spine gilt with compartment lettered and decorated in gilt, all edges gilt, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers; board edges darkened, inner hinges re-enforced, expertly rebacked with original spine laid down; internally clean and bright. Housed in a cloth slipcase. Bryan describes his tour around the world and journeys through Europe with his wife and two children.

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        THE LISTENER: AND OTHER STORIES

      Eveleigh Nash, London 1907 - Octavo, pp. [1-9] 10-350 [351-352: blank] [note: final leaf is a blank], original black cloth, front stamped in blind and red, spine stamped in gold, publisher's device stamped in blind on rear cover. This book is found with and without publisher's catalogues inserted at rear, this copy bound without a catalogue. Blackwood's second book and his second collection of short fiction, containing "The Willows," one of the most powerful of all supernatural tales; "The Woman's Ghost Story," an early instance of pity replacing fear in a ghostly encounter; "Max Hensig.", about a confrontation with a diabolical murderer in which alcohol plays a quasi-mystical role; and six other stories. See Barron (ed.): Horror Literature 3-26. Bleiler: The Guide to Supernatural Fiction #176. Top page edges dusty, some foxing to paste downs, first few and last few leaves, a bright fine copy. (20062) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Thinking Machine.

      London: Chapman & Hall, Limited,, 1907. Being a true and complete statement of several intricate mysteries which came under the observation of Professor Augustus S. F. X. Van Dusen, PH.D., LL.D., F.R.S., MD., etc. Octavo. Original red cloth, spine lettered in white, pictorial device and titles blocked to front board in black and white. Frontispiece and 3 plates by the Kinneys. Contemporary ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Lightly rubbed overall, spine and portion of front board sunned, corners bumped, top edge dust-darkened, endleaves tanned. A very good copy. First UK edition, first impression of this collection of stories marking the second appearance of Augustus S. F. X. Van Dusen after The Chase of the Golden Plate (1906), and the first in which in which the detective "was allowed full scope to perform his feats of mental wizardry" (Quayle). The Thinking Machine was first published in the US earlier the same year by Dodd.

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        4 autograph draft menus for private dinners. N. p., c. 1907.

      1907. Altogether 4 pp. on 4 ff. Addenda. Four autograph draft menus for private dinners, two annotated with the names of the hosts and the dates, 17 February 1907 and 18 March 1908, three with prices for 10 or 12 covers at 12s 6d. - "Consommé Rossini / Saumon Royale / [...] Caneton de Rouen a l'orange / Fonds d'artichauts [...]" (Menu for "Powell Esq. Dimanche 17-2-07", annotated in blue crayon). Together with two additional menus transcribed by a clerk (on headed paper of The Carlton Hotel, London); 3 drafts with slight damage to paper through clipping, otherwise in good condition.

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        The Energies of Men [Alice Howe Gibbons James' copy]

      Cambridge, Massachusetts: Philosophical Review, 1907 Book. Good. Wrappers. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. pp 20 Offprint of William James' address to the American Philosophical Association with the ownership signature of his wife, Alice Howe Gibbons James as 'A.H. James' at the top of the front cover. The pamphlet is bound in light green paper wrappers which have separated along the spine and are lightly chipped to the edges where the paper has dried. The stapled text is complete with browning to the first leaf. James has written her name in black ink. This address which considers the problem of finding a psychological basis for the phenomenon of the 'second wind' was first given in December 1906 and appeared in The Philosophical Review of January 1907 from which this is an offprint. Alice James is described by her biographer as bringing 'psychological soundness and unshakeable convictions to her union with the Jameses' acting as a go-between for William and his novelist brother, Henry James.Please contact Christian White at Modernfirsteditions if you would like more information..

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        FUEROS, OBSERVANCIAS, ACTOS DE CORTE, USOS Y COSTUMBRES CON UNA RESEÑA GEOGRÁFICA É HISTÓRICA DEL REINO DE ARAGÓN. 2 Vol ( Primera traducción castellana completa ).

      Imp. Establecimiento Tipográfico de Mariano Salas., Zaragoza. 1907 - VI págs +558 + 1 h - XXVIII págs + 476 págs. Ejemplares en muy buen estado, obra en 2 vol. La obra cuenta con una mapa en color y fotografías en tomo I. Tela con lomo dorado, y plancha en dorado con el escudo de Aragón y orla rectangular en negro.

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        Autograph letter signed ("Gf. Zeppelin"). Dresden, Hotel Savoy, 19. II. 1907.

      1907. Small 4to. 3 pp. on double leaf. To the mayor of Mannheim, Robert Ritter, who had invited him to participate in the Mannheim Anniversary Exhibition 1907. - Cont. stamped and annotated; upper margin with punched holes (not touching text); somewhat dusty.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

      London: William Heinemann; Doubleday, Page & Co., New York,, 1907. With a proem by Austin Dobson. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine and front board in dark green, pictorial decoration to front gilt, illustrated endpapers. With the dust jacket. Colour frontispiece and 12 colour plates with captioned tissue guards, black and white illustrations in the text, by Rackham. Light spotting to endpapers, a touch of fading to spine ends, in the lightly soiled dust jacket with shallow chips to corners and large chip at head of spine, light chipping along top edge of rear panel; an excellent copy. First trade edition, first impression. A rare survival in the dust jacket.

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        Sheykh Obeyd Stud. 1907. Ain Shems, Cairo, 1907.

      1907. 8vo. 8 pp. With 16 a total of pasted photographic illustrations and hand written captions. Unique illustrated copy: the booklet, rare in itself, is interleaved with original black-and-white photos showing the Arabians Jamil, Ghazala, Ghádia, Ghazieh, Ghazwa, Kerima, Gháreb, Ghadír, Ghánim, and Antar (with Sheikh Mutlak). - Together with her husband, the poet Wilfred Scawen Blunt, Anne Blunt (1837-1917) founded the Crabbet Arabian stud. To this day, the vast majority of purebred Arabian horses trace their lineage to at least one Crabbet ancestor. The Blunts came to Syria in 1878 to locate the best Arabian horses for their stud. "Their strategy for obtaining breeding stock was to go into the desert to buy from the Bedouins who bred the horses. They wished to acquire the original old blood-lines with a provenance beyond dispute" (Lovell). - From the collection of Colin C. Pearson (1926-87), The Arab Horse Society, with his posthumous bookplate, annotated in pencil on front cover: "Illustrated copy, very precious".

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        Peter Pan In Kensington Gardens

      London: Hodder & Stoughton,, 1907. (From "The Little White Bird"). Quarto. Original suede, titles to spine and front cover gilt, design blocked in blind to front cover, illustrated map endpapers, top edge gilt. Colour frontispiece and 49 colour plates mounted on brown paper with captioned tissue guards, black and white illustrations in the text, all by Rackham. Contemporary note and Christmas gift letter mounted to front pastedown; stationers' ticket of Roffey and Clark, High Street, Croydon, at foot of rear pastedown. Light rubbing and spotting to suede covers, a little internal spotting more noticeable to untrimmed edges, an excellent copy. Fourth impression, in a publisher's deluxe binding not noted by Latimore and Haskell or Riall, though it appears to be the binding described as "rough Persian" advertised by Hodder & Stoughton in the trade press in time for Christmas 1907. After the enormous success of the play Peter Pan, which opened on 27 December 1904 and broke all previous theatrical records, Barrie sanctioned this publication, in collaboration with Rackham as illustrator. The text was extracted, with minor revisions, from Barrie's book-within-a-book London story-collection for adults, The Little White Bird (1902), and it was published specifically as a children's gift book in 1906, in both a signed limited edition of 500 copies and a regular trade edition. (The play remained unpublished until 1928.)

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