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        Grace George.

      New York: The Metropolitan Printing Company/ William A. Brady, 1907.(). Poster. 32.5 x 24.5 inches. Tear lower right corner.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Collected Essays By T H Huxley

      London: Macmillan & Co. 1907 - London, Macmillan & Co., 1907-1912. Fine. HARDBACKS later half leather binding by H Sotheran & Co, Picadilly, London. Complete in nine volumes as follows: Vol I. Method & Results – viii, 430; Vol II. Darwiniana – x, [ii], 475; Vol III. Science and Education – ix, [iii], 451; Vol IV. Science and Hebrew Tradition – xvi, 372; Vol V. Science and Christian Tradition – xxxiv, [ii], 419; Vol VI. Hume: with helps to the study of Berkeley – xv, [i], 319; Vol VII. Man's Place in Nature and other Anthropological Essays – xiv, [iv], 328; Vol VIII. Discourses: Biological and Geological – xv, [i], 388; Vol IX. Evolution & Ethics – xiii, [iii], 334 [ii]. Approximately 7 inches tall by 5 inches wide, (178mm x 130mm) former owners name on paste down of Vol I. Thomas Henry Huxley PC PRS FLS (4 May 1825 – 29 June 1895) was an English biologist (comparative anatomist), known as "Darwin's Bulldog" for his advocacy of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. Huxley's famous debate in 1860 with Samuel Wilberforce was a key moment in the wider acceptance of evolution and in his own career. Huxley had been planning to leave Oxford on the previous day, but, after an encounter with Robert Chambers, the author of Vestiges, he changed his mind and decided to join the debate. Wilberforce was coached by Richard Owen, against whom Huxley also debated about whether humans were closely related to apes. Huxley was slow to accept some of Darwin's ideas, such as gradualism, and was undecided about natural selection, but despite this he was wholehearted in his public support of Darwin. Instrumental in developing scientific education in Britain, he fought against the more extreme versions of religious tradition. Originally coining the term in 1869, Huxley elaborated on 'agnosticism' in 1889 to frame the nature of claims in terms of what is knowable and what is not. Huxley states, "Agnosticism, in fact, is not a creed, but a method, the essence of which lies in the rigorus [sic] application of a single principle. the fundamental axiom of modern science. In matters of the intellect, follow your reason as far as it will take you, without regard to any other consideration. In matters of the intellect, do not pretend that conclusions are certain which are not demonstrated or demonstrable.". Use of that term has continued to the present day (see Thomas Henry Huxley and agnosticism). Huxley had little formal schooling and was virtually self-taught. He became perhaps the finest comparative anatomist of the latter 19th century. He worked on invertebrates, clarifying relationships between groups previously little understood. Later, he worked on vertebrates, especially on the relationship between apes and humans. After comparing Archaeopteryx with Compsognathus, he concluded that birds evolved from small carnivorous dinosaurs, a theory widely accepted today. The tendency has been for this fine anatomical work to be overshadowed by his energetic and controversial activity in favour of evolution, and by his extensive public work on scientific education, both of which had significant effects on society in Britain and elsewhere.   Condition Report Externally Spine – very good condition – nicely decorated in gilt with gilt titles and panels and gilt date at the base, very minor rubbing and marks. Joints – very good condition – some rubbing. Corners – good condition – gently bumped and worn. Boards – very good condition – cloth. Page edges – good condition – top edge gilt, other pages hand cut or uncut. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – very good condition – all solid. Paste downs – very good condition – inscription to volume I. End papers – very good condition. Title – very good condition. Pages – very good condition – some minor foxing and marks, repaired tear to the preface of volume I, end paper torn to volume I. pencil dots to the page edges of some volumes (see photos – they do rub out). Binding – very good condition – solid. See photos [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Novels of the Sisters Bronte

      John Grant, Edinburgh 1907 - 12 vols, light green buckram, gilt art nouveau decoration on spines, t.e.g., others untrimmed. Illustrated with photographs of houses, gardens, and other sites of the novels. With the stylish bookplates of the legendary Diana Duff Cooper, in a manner suggestive of Rex Whistler. A very attractive set. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Possum Books]
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        The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art. Volume Ten.

      London: Offices of The Studio, 1907.(). 270 +xxii pp. Illustrated in color and black and white. With a lithograph by Joseph Pennell ("Le Puy"), a color lithograph by Thoma Hans ("Rest During the Flight Into Egypt"), and a lithograph by James McNeill Whistler ("The Smith's Yard"). Way 88; Levy 126; Wuerth No. 124. Small 4to. Green cloth titled and decorated in gilt.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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      , 1907. 1907. Korn, Arthur (1870-1945). Ã

      [Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com ]
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        The Desert and the Sown

      1907 - First edition. With a large folding map, a frontispiece in colour by John S. Sargent and numerous half tone illustrations in the text (some full-page). 8vo. Original beige cloth, spine titled in gilt, very slightly worn and a touch shaken. Frontendpapers browned due to newspaper clippings on Bell, loosely inserted by a previous owner (clippings still present in a separate sleeve). Overall, very good. xvi,347pp. London:William Heinemann, Gertrude Bell's first major work, describing a period of travel in the Levant. Starting in 1905, her wanderings took her through Jerusalem, Jericho, Amman, Damascus, Homs, Hama and ancient Aleppo and Antioch, before reaching a terminus at Alexandretta. The first edition is quite uncommon. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
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        Catalogue of the Celebrated Collection of United States and Foreign Coins of the Late Matthew Adams Stickney, with 20 Plates

      Philadelphia 1907 - Henry Chapman: June 25-29, 1907. Catalogue of the Celebrated Collection of United States and Foreign Coins of the Late Matthew Adams Stickney, Esq, Comprising one of the Greatest Collections Ever Sold in this Country. Unique Colonial and State Coins, Brasher's 1787 New York Doubloon, 1815 Half Eagle, and an Original 1804 Dollar, 222 pages, 3026 lots, etched frontis portrait of Stickney, 20 photographic plates, quarto, prices realized list bound in, recent dark blue Morocco, blue cloth sides. A lovely example bound by the Harcourt Bindery. Davis 197. Adams 3. ¿Famous early collection. Perhaps the finest.¿ Henry Chapman¿s first plated catalogue after the dissolution of the partnership with his brother who had been the firm¿s photographer. Early editions of the catalogue show Henry¿s growing pains with speckled plates as he struggled with that dimension of the catalogue process. The plates here sharp. Content-wise, the finest cabinet handled by either of the brothers with Adams awarding his highest rating in virtually every category. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Davis]
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        Game Animals of India Burma Malaya and Tibet, The

      London , 1907. Paperback. UsedGood. Game Animals of India Burma Malaya and Tibet, The Some dust/dirt on page edges from long-term storage.

      [Bookseller: SEATE SERVICES]
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        Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart

      Leipzig, E.A. Seemann, 1907-1950. Thirty-seven volumes (27 cm), uniformly bound in half-morocco (a collector's binding). - Original edition of this magisterial dictionary of artists, "a milestone for scholarly biographical art publishing" (Dictionary of Art Historians). It was started by Ulrich Thieme in 1898, with the intention of continuing a similar enterprise undertaken by Julius Meyer in 1872, which had ceased after three volumes. Becker withdrew from the project in 1910, owing to ill health; volumes 3-13, were edited by Thieme alone; volumes 14-15 by Thieme jointly with Frederick Charles Willis (b. 1883); and volumes 16-36 were edited by Hans Vollmer (1878-1969). Until 1921, when the Deutsche Verein für Kunstwissenschaft took over the project, it was financed entirely from Thieme and Becker's private resources. Contact with more than 300 contributors was maintained despite the disruption of two World Wars; incredibly, three volumes were issued during the second War. A British air raid in 1944 destroyed the remaining stock of copies and ever since good sets of the original edition have been difficult to procure. ¶ Fine set.

      [Bookseller: Robin Halwas | Rare Books]
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        Die Ernährung der Pflanze. Mitteilungen des Kalisyndikats G.m.b.H. Jahrgänge 3 - 37 (ohne Jahrgänge 9 + 21)

      Deutsches Kalisyndikat, Berlin 1907-1941. - 100-500 S. je Band mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und teils gefalteten und farbigen Karten, Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 20000 anfangs marmorierte Haldlederbände, dann Halbleinenbände mit Rückentitel, Bibliotheks-Exemplar mit Papier-Rückenschildern, Stempel auf Titel, die Lederbände gering bestoßen, Papier stellenweise gering gebräunt, insgesamt gutes und innen sauberes Exemplar, in 32 Bänden (Jahrgänge 18 + 19 in einem Band),.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Silvanus]
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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 Hungry Tiger; Besides Other Good People too Numerous to Mention Faithfully Recorded Herein

      Chicago: The Reilly & Britton Co, 1907. Hardcover. Illustrations by John R. Neill. Small 4to. Tan cloth with red and black lettering and red, black, yellow and blue pictorial front board stamping. 270pp, (1p ad). Color frontispiece, numerous color illustrations, line drawings, pictorial color endpapers. Very good. Binding mildly edgeworn and lightly soiled -- but overall tight hinged, quite handleable and attractive. A tight and handsome first edition, second issue, of the fifth title in this series -- with shortened publisher title at spine base, color plate on p. 221, "O" present in "Ozma" on p. 11 and two Baum titles listed on advertisement facing the half-title page and at book's close. A quite respectable copy of this scarce title. HANFF 51.

      [Bookseller: Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, AB]
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        DREAM OF FAIR WOMEN

      - (FISHER,HARRISON)illus. A DREAM OF FAIR WOMEN. Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill (1907 October). 4to (7 1/4 x 9 3/4"), tan cloth, pictorial paste-on, nearly As New with original blue ribbon, glassine wrapper and pictorial box (box worn on flaps). 1st edition. Printed on heavy coated paper and illustrated with 20 beautiful full page color illustrations of women by Fisher. The text is in verse surrounded by lovely art nouveau decorations by E. Stetson Crawford. This is an unusually nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        The Cake Shop. Verses. Drawings by Charles Robinson.

      London. Blackie & Son, no date [1907].. [44] pp. Illustrated in colour throughout. Kl.-8°, 8 x 6,5 cm, original coloured boards. First edition. - Spine covereded with white paper, edges minimally rubbed, front inner joint somewhat split, cut slightly foxed, else a fine copy of this rare miniature children\'s book. Kinderbücher, Miniaturbücher, children\'s books

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        Fishing and Shooting Sketches

      New York: Outing Publishing Company, 1907. First edition. Octavo, original cloth, frontispiece photograph portrait of Grover Cleveland with tissue-guard, illustrated by Henry S. Watson. Inscribed by the author on the half-title page, "John T. McCutcheon He's caught me many times. Grover Cleveland 32 February 1907." The recipient was John McCutcheon who was a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper political cartoonist who was known as the "Dean of American Cartoonists". In near fine condition. Rare and desirable signed and inscribed. Grover Cleveland was the 22nd and 24th President of the United States. He won the popular vote for three presidential elections - in 1884, 1888, and 1892 - and was one of two Democrats (with Woodrow Wilson) to be elected president during the era of Republican political domination dating from 1861 to 1933. He was also the first and to date only President in American history to serve two non-consecutive terms in office.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books]
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        Ispoved' [A Confession]

      Moscow: Izdanie knigoizdatel'stva, 1907. Moscow: Izdanie knigoizdatel'stva '"Posrednik", 1907. Octavo (20 × 14 cm). Original printed wrappers; [5], 6-83 pp. A very good copy, partially uncut; light foxing to wrappers; spine extremities and corners lightly scuffed; wrapper beginning to separate from text block along spine. Tolstoy's famous account of his spiritual crisis and conversion was first printed in Russkaia mysl' in 1882, but the censor immediately confiscated the entire print run. Although its publication inside Russia was legally impossible until 1906, the work was circulated illegally and printed abroad, and met with extraordinary interest by Tolstoy's readership. The publisher of the present edition, Posrednik, was founded in 1885 by followers of Tolstoy (Vladimir Chertkov and Pavel Biryukov) in order to make the writer's works available in affordable mass editions. Despite large print runs, many books published by Posrednik are rare; they were frequently read literally to pieces,and due to its religious nature, the later works of Tolstoy were removed from many Soviet libraries during the 1920s. Rare; not in KVK, OCLC. Not at the Russian State Library.

      [Bookseller: Penka Rare Books, ILAB]
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        Deutsch-Südwest-Afrika. Kriegs- und Friedensbilder. 100 Originalaufnahmen von Friedrich Lange in Windhuk.

      Windhuk, Rohloff 1907. - Quer-4°. 1 Bl., 100 Lichtdruckafeln und 14(1) S. Text, eine farbige, gefaltete Karte. Farbig illustriertes und geprägtes Oln. (Einbandzeichnung von Richard Knötel) mit goldfarbenen Vorsätzen mit Reichsadlermuster. Vollgoldschnitt. Einband am vorderen Gelenk mit ganz kleiner, unbedeutender Bereibung. Wenige der Tafeln minimal gelockert, ein Doppelblatt des Tafelteils lose (wegen Klammerheftung - sonst Bindung aber völlig intakt!). Die (losen) Seidenschutzblätter vor den Tafeln meist mit Knickspuren, einige wenige fehlend. Insgesamt aber ein außergewöhnlich gutes, ungemein frisches und innen wie außen absolut fleckenfreies Exemplar. Erste und wohl einzige Ausgabe. Spohr/Poller, 1519. Nicht bei Heidtmann. Das Buch wurde zwar in Deutsch-Südwest verlegt, aber durch die Kunstanstalt Stengel in Dresden gedruckt. Hier Bindevariante in weinrotem Leinen, es gibt auch Exemplare in blauem Leinen. Die Aufnahmen zeigen Ansichten von Windhuk, Swakopmund und anderen Orten sowie Landschaften, daneben Eingeborene (Hereros, Bergdamara- und Ovambofrauen etc.), deutsche Schutztruppen und die Tier- und Pflanzenwelt. Sprache: 1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Les-art]
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        The Golliwogg's Christmas

      London: Longmans, Green & Co.. Good+ with no dust jacket. 1907. First. Hardback. Illustrated off-white boards; a little marked; corners a little bumped. Green cloth spine; intact, but a trifle worn. Front joint nearly exposed, but text block intact (ie no pp loose), though frail - needs careful handling. The colour illustrations remain fresh, and the pp are pleasingly clear of any long-ago childish scribbles, the usual fate of illustrated books for children! ; Landscape 4to (11" x 9"); 62 pages .

      [Bookseller: Walden Books]
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        Te Tohunga The Ancient Legends and Traditions of the Maoris

      George Routledge & Sons Ltd. ; E.P. Dutton, London New York 1907 - Fabulous folio size book with strong New Zealand interest. Lovely woodcuts throughout the book often of striking Maori designs. Cloth boards are tan brown with a fantastic Moaris mask design set into the title block on the front. Gilt title lettering on spine with further Maoris motif in gilt. Fore edge corners are a tad worn but, on the whole the book is in superb clean condition. Occasional browning/foxing throughout, more especially to prelims. Pencilled gift inscription on front free end paper reads: "To darling Puiaki from her old Tiki, 8/10/1919." This book came from a collection acquired from AWF Fuller's descendants (he was brother of the more famous military history and pioneer of mechanized warfare, JFC Fuller, although famous in his own right as a South Sea Islands expert and collector.) So the gift inscription is almost certainly in his own hand and perhaps to his wife or sweet heart. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: M RICHARDSON RARE BOOKS PBFA]
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        Base Ball In Cincinnati (1/500 copies only of the first edition)

      Cincinnati: Privately Printed, 1907. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Black cloth lettered and decorated in red with design of original 1869 Red Stockings player front panel. 277 pp. Illustrated with numerous photographic plates of rare images of teams, ball parks, executives and players.. A tight, bright example, trace of rubbing to the front red stamping. Elegant vintage small bookplate front free endpaper and bookseller ticket corner of front pastedown. Many of the photographs appearing here, including both 1868-1869 images and also images of original players in later years taken especially for this work), are still found nowhere else. After outlining early, pre-professional baseball in and around Cincinnati, this work explores the building and dominance of the first openly professional team, the Red Stocking Base Ball Club, a team so powerful that it went undefeated from late 1868, through the entire 1869 season, and half of the following season. Led by one of the Father's of Baseball, manager and center fielder Harry Wright and his brother, star shortstop George Wright, this legendary group rolled over all opposition until losing an extra inning game to the Brooklyn Atlantics in June, 1870. Final section covers Cincinnati ball from 1876 to 1908. A cornerstone of any serious baseball library.

      [Bookseller: The Old Book Shop of Bordentown (ABNJ)]
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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED ("FATHER"), TO HIS DAUGHTER, CLARA CLEMENS

      New York, 1907. Three pages, in ink, on three panels on folded small octavo sheet of letterhead. Ca. 275 words. Folded for mailing, otherwise very good. Three pages, in ink, on three panels on folded small octavo sheet of letterhead. Ca. 275 words. Clemens writes to his middle daughter ("O dear Ashcat"), giving an account of his visit, by yacht, to the Jamestown Ter-Centennial Fair: "...we did have a Foggy & gashly time! - after the first day of the fair, which was sunny & bright. The others deserted & fled home by rail; but Broughton & I stuck it out - resolved that we would never trust ourselves to the hated rail. We lay at anchor day after day smothered in white fog, & read, talked, smoked, yawned, gaped & cussed. (This was at Old Point Comfort). Once we went ashore & spent a couple of hours with the officers in Fortress Monroe ...." He gives an account of trips ashore, (shopping and being smitten and dumb-struck by "the most beautiful girl you could imagine...") and summarizes the first day of the Fair, including his attendance at the Maryland Governor's reception, where "I took it off his hands. It gave him a rest & he was thankful. I Knew him & his wife before." He informs her he has heard of her success with singing recitals at Elmira and Utica, where she took the "house by storm,..." suggesting somewhat off-handedly that "I suppose it is because you are Mark Twain's daughter. But anyway, it is splendid and I am glad." He closes with travel plans, and signs "With lots of love, Father."

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        Qiu yu qiu feng [Memorial booklet for the executed feminist revolutionary Qiu Jin]

      [Shanghai]: Jing cun shu ju; Hong wen shu ju, 1907. 75p., slender paperback, spine panel rather chipped, edges worn, covers foxed. Rear cover has a name written in pen and a "paid" rubberstamp from a Chinese grocer in San Francisco, dated 1922. Interior pages are evenly toned but clean and unmarked. Printed on the 20th day of the seventh lunar month of Guangxu year 33 (August 28, 1907), 44 days after Qiu Jin's execution. The text, entirely in Chinese, includes several selections from Qiu's writings, but most of the content is comprised of tributes from supporters. The title, "Autumn rains, autumn winds," is taken from Qiu Jin's last words. When offered the chance to make a confession, she simply wrote "Autumn rains, autumn winds, how melancholy and baleful they render me."We find no holdings in OCLC as of October 2017, and only one record of a sale, in 2012 at a Chinese auction. Qiu Jin was raised in a relatively wealthy family in Shaoxing, Zhejiang province. In the early 20th century many progressive Chinese intellectuals traveled to Japan to study new fields of knowledge influenced by western writers, and to organize resistance to the Qing dynasty. Qiu Jin left her arranged marriage and two children to join this ferment in Japan, where she advocated the equal right of women to education, the abolition of foot binding, and marriage by choice. The photograph used in this booklet, which depicts her in Japanese dress, holding a sword, was taken during this sojourn. Upon her return to China in 1906, she worked with Xu Zihua to publish the short-lived "Chinese Women's Journal," but in addition to her public activism and teaching, she was a prominent underground organizer in the Revolutionary Alliance, recruiting women to the armed militia that sought to overthrow the Qing dynasty. After her cousin Xu Xulin was captured in the midst of planning a local revolt in Anqing, he was tortured, and ultimately confessed to plans for a major uprising. Qiu Jin was among the accomplices who were quickly identified and arrested. After two days of torture, she was beheaded. The news of a well-born, educated young woman being executed for anti-Manchu activities further inflamed anti-Qing anger in some sectors of Chinese society, as reflected by the tributes in this booklet, published when the loss was still fresh. Four years later, after the success of the Republican revolution, Qiu Jin was hailed as a martyr. She remains in the pantheon of both the Communists and the Nationalists, her exploits dramatized in numerous books, films and television shows.

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        A Horse's Tale.

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1907 - Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine and front board white, horse and rider vignette to front board in white, brown and black. With the dust jacket. Spine slightly faded, internally fine; an excellent copy in the slightly soiled jacket, with toned spine partially split from front panel and chip to centre of spine panel, and nicks and minor chips to extremities. Frontispiece with tissue guard. First edition in book form, first printing. The story was originally published in two instalments by Harper's Magazine in 1906. Clemens's own daughter, Susy Clemens, who died in 1896 at the age of 24 from meningitis, is understood to be the inspiration for the main character Cathy Alison. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. With a Proem by Austin Dobson

      London: William Heinemann [1907]. - First limited edition, no. 853 of 1,130 copies. 4to. (x), 162 pp. Publisher's white cloth, gilt lettered and decorated to the spine and upper board, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt, the others uncut. Frontispiece and 12 coloured plates tipped in with captioned tissues plus a handful of black and white illustrations in the text. Spine slightly toned, a lovely copy overall.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        The Ingoldsby Legends or Mirth & Marvels

      4to. London: J.M. Dent and Co., 1907. 4to, (xix), 549 pp. With 24 mounted color plates, captioned tissues, 12 illustrations with tint, 66 line drawings. Full green crushed morocco, color plate set into upper cover, backstrip lettered in gilt, gilt top, fine. First trade edition. This edition is a reprint of the 1898 edition, but with added illustrations and larger pages. Latimore & Haskell: p. 30.

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        Dictionnaire d'archéologie chrétienne et de liturgie [Complet: 15 tomes en 30 volumes, A-Zraia]

      Letouzey et Ané. 15 tomes en 30 volumes (ouvrage complet), édition originale de 1907-1953, ensemble +/- 24000 pages avec illustrations dans le texte et planches hors texte dont quelques-unes en couleurs, texte imprimé en deux colonnes, reliures cart. uniformes (plats marbrés, dos en toile bleue), 28cm., exemplaire de bibl. (quelques cachets sur les premières pages de garde et un sur les pages de titre, étiquette plastifiée en bas des dos), p.d.t. de tome V-1 manque, texte et pages sont très frais et en bon état, poids total: ca. 70kg., R95473

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        THE BEAUTIFUL FLAGELLANTS OF NEW YORK; The First, Second, and Third of Three Volumes

      Paris: Printed for the Society of British Bibliophiles [Charles Carrington], 1907. 1st edition. Rebound in three-quarter leather, gilt, with original pink wrappers, printed in red and black, preserved. One leaf (pp. 123,124) of volume 2 torn, and wear to backstrips, else a very good copy of an extremely rare item. 8vo. Three volumes. pp. 141, 125, 147. No. 138 of 250 copies. Printed on India paper for Carrington by Noel Texier. One of Carrington's scarcest publications, Peter Mendes was only able to examine copies printed on Van Gelder Dutch paper for his "Clandestine Erotic Fiction in English 1800-1930" (Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1993, entry no. 178). He found references to copies on 'thin [i.e. India] paper,' however, in an inventory list drawn up in 1930 by Carrington's successors, Frank Groves and Henri Michaux.

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        Chansons pour mon Ombre

      Paris: Alphonse Lemerre, 1907. First edition, no mention of special paper copies. [4], 94, [1] pages ; 18 cm. Original printed wrappers, front hinge split, slight wear to spine. Inscribed "pour Mrs. O'Connor amicale souvenir de Pauline M. Tarn". This scarce, late, title is the only book that the poet issued under her birth name, Pauline Mary Tarn. From the library of Barbara Grier and Donna McBride, founders of Naiad Press, the lesbian publishing house.

      [Bookseller: Thomas A Goldwasser Rare Books]
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        TAMAWACA FOLKS

      - [BAUM,L.FRANK]. TAMAWACA FOLKS by John Estes Cooke. [Macatawa, Michicagan]: Tamawaca Press (1907). 8vo, green cloth stamped in blue and white, 185p., FINE. 1st ed. "The title is an anagram for Macatawa, the resort on Lake Michigan where Baum wrote many of his books and serves as the setting for this satire. Baum himself makes a brief appearance in this 'summer comedy' as Mr. Wright. The book may have been published by Baum himself, and it was certainly available only at Macatawa and among the small community there" (Swann/Greene 165). Quite scarce and a beautiful copy . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        Ozma Of Oz (First Printing)

      Chicago: Reilly and Britton, 1907. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Tan Boards. Good. 270 Pp. First Printing. Light Tan Cloth Stamped In Black, Red, Yellow And Blue, Publisher's Name Stamped In Large And Small Capital Letters On Spine (Binding A); Front And Rear Endpapers Printed In Full Color; Illustration On P. 221 Printed In Color; Advertisement On P. 272 Lists Only The Land Of Oz And John Dough And The Cherub. "O" In "Ozma", P 11, Line 5, Is Lacking, But Bienvenue States That Only The "O" Shows Only On The Earliest Copies Of The First Printing; Pages 135/136, 153/154, And 221/222 Are Integral, Not Tipped In. Good Only, Wear And Dust To Covers, Fraying At Top And Bottom Edges Of Spine And At Tips; Hinges Tight, Endpapers Clean And Bright. Aging To Edges Of Pages And Page Block. (With)

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        201 cartoline

      , 0 - Cartoline con figure e volti femminili (mm 140x90 ca), in prevalenza attrici e cantanti: - n°83 cartoline in bianco e nero, o colorate, senza alcuna indicazione: 76 non scritte, 5 scritte e 2 viaggiate. - n°3 cartoline raffiguranti Borelli Lyda, 2 in bianco e nero ed una a colori) - n°1 cartolina raffigurante de Nadair in bianco e nero colorata; - n°1 cartolina raffigurante E de Vère in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Declos in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante M Fealy in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Reta Walter in bianco e nero colorata - n°5 cartoline raffiguranti Marcelle Yrven in bianco e nero colorata (3 in b/n) - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Luisette Allain in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante De VIllers in bianco e nero colorata - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Elisa Severi in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Edith Whitney in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Jolly Dolly in bianco e nero colorata - n°4 cartoline raffiguranti Tina di Lorenzo color seppia e b/n - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Lina Cavalieri in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Polaire in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Malton in bianco e nero colorata e solo b/n - n°1 cartolina raffigurante C. de Villers in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Paule de Lys in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Fedia de Ferard in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Mariani Teresa in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Archers in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Zena Dare color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Jole Pians in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Jole Kent in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Phyllis Dare color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Liane de Pougy in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante M.elle Polownia in bianco e nero colorata - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Maria Barrientos in bianco e nero (una colorata) - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Frl. Sromer in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Wanda de Boncza in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Lise Fleuron in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti "La bella Tortajada" in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Otero in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante M.elle Vèlini Th. de l'Odeon in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Annita di Landa in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina in bianco e nero (Carpi) - n°1 cartolina color seppia (Palermo), scritta - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Iggius in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Sirenella in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Mme. Bertha Kalich in "Kreutzer Sonata" in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Lidia Gauthier in quattro differenti pose, bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Werra Odeo in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Maudie Sharples in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Emmy Wehlen in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante "La Sophia" in bianco e nero, viaggiata (19/11/1907) - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Hansi Hanke in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Maryla Colonnelli in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Aida di Frate, artista di canto in bianco e nero - n°3 cartoline raffiguranti Rosario Guerrero: 2 in bianco e nero, di cui una viaggiata; una in b/n colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante De Mornand in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Miss Haslam color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante "M.lle Pierat dans notre jeunesse" in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante De Mornand in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Betty Darmand color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Demongey in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Faber in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Carlier in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raff [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesammelte Werke in sechs Bänden. Erster Band: Soziale Dramen Zweiter Band: Soziale Dramen und Prosa Dritter Band: Familiendramen Vierter Band: Märchendramen Fünfter Band: Florian Geyer Sechster Band: Märchendramen und Fragmentarisches.

      (1) 450 Seiten (2) 294 Seiten (3) 435 Seiten (4) 335 (1) Seiten (5) 193 Seiten (6) 343 (5) Seiten. 8, gebundene Ausgabe, Original-Halbpergament mit Kopfgoldschnitt. mit Lesebändchen, die Einbände teilweise leicht fleckig, Band 3 und 4 mit Schabstelle auf dem Vorder- bzw. Rückdeckel, ansonsten sauber und frisch, in Band 1 auf dem Titel persönliche Widmung des Nobelpreisträger: "Herzlichen Dank für alles lieber/ Herr H.... ! und viele Grüsse/ an diese Boten, die bald voll/ zu empfangen hätte./ Ihr/ warm ergebener/ Gerhart Hauptmann/ Agnetendorf/ Nov/1907".

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        A FAIR ANSWER TO THE CONFEDERATE APPEAL AT RICHMOND

      1907. Granger, Moses Moorhead. A FAIR ANSWER TO THE CONFEDERATE APPEAL AT RICHMOND. [Self-published, 1907]. 12mo., printed blue wraps; 32 pages. First- and only- edition. A treatise debunking many claims made by Southern states and politicians that led to the Civil War. "Richmond" in the title refers to the unveiling of a statue of Jefferson Davis on June 3, 1907 in that city and speeches at the time stating that Davis and the Southern states will eventually be vindicated for their actions leading to and during the Civil War. Granger [1831-1913] was born and also died in Zanesville, Ohio, where he was a lawyer and a judge. He served with Company S of the 122nd Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War, where he earned the ranks of Lt. Colonel and Colonel. With an autograph note signed by Granger inside the front cover discussing some copyright confusion over the book's publication and with a "Publisher's Weekly" ink stamp on the same page. With another lengthy autograph note on the last page by Granger, discussing the politics and various historic events that led to the war, mentioning The Missouri Compromise, The Nebraska Bill, etc. Very rare, with the only copies I have been able to locate in institutional libraries. Good condition (some chipping covers but contents clean & tight; some repair to covers, spine & inside front cover with clear archival tape). $1,250.00.

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        Pride and Prejudice

      J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd, 1907. Hardcover. Good. 1907. 336 pages. No dust jacket. Pale green highly decorative cloth with gilt lettering. 24 colour illustrations by C. E. Brock. Distinct tanning to endpapers and page edges. Both hinges cracked with netting visible, thus the boards are slack. Pages are rough cut. Mild wear and bumping to spine, board edges and corners. Light soiling across the boards. Gilt remains bright on both front and spine.

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        Catalogue of the Collection of Old Plate of Leopold de Rothschild, Esq.

      London 1907 - xxvii., 41 pages of illustrations of English and European early plates from the 16th and 17th centuries with descriptive text. Orig. cloth, gilt. Stamp to inside cover. A scarce work. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Twentieth Century Impressions of Ceylon: Its History, People, Commerce, Industries, and Resources.

      London: Lloyd's Greater Britain Publishing Company, Ltd., 1907 - Folio. Original red morocco-textured coated cloth, title gilt to the spine, gilt pictorial roundel to the front board within concentric panels in gilt and blind, edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Lightest of shelf-wear, later gift inscription to the half-title, but a very good copy indeed. Profusely illustrated throughout. First edition. Superb production in the Twentieth Century Impressions series. Loosely inserted galley proof of a contemporary review from the Times of Ceylon: "It may be said with very little fear of error, that the book which has just been published by the Lloyd's Greater Britain Publishing Co., Ltd. is the handsomest and most sumptuous volume which has ever had Ceylon as its subject matter". [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Der Neubau des Bicur-Cholim-Hospitals in Jerusalem

      Deutsch-Israelitische Bicur-Cholim Hospital, Jerusalem 1907 - Octavo. 9 (1), 7 foldouts, 16pp. Original burgundy cloth with gilt-stamped decorative ruling and lettering on covers, protected in modern mylar. Yellow endpapers. A short, illustrated presentation of the architect's plan, layout and dimensions of the building and its apartments. Illustrated with seven lithographic foldouts of architectural drawings and floor plans in three colors. The images show the floor plans of the basement, first and second floors as well as five architectural renderings of various views of the hospital with printed legends describing the details in German and Hebrew. Includes testimonials of Rabbis, community eldest and other capacities on the significance and necessity of the building. The Bicur-Cholim-Hospital was one of the oldest and most frequented hospitals of Jerusalem. After reaching its capacity the doctors Einsler, A. Masie, Puffeles, Grussendorf, Victor Sévérine, N. Mazaraky, and Abbouchdid presented this appeal for the construction of a new building in light of the aerial restrictions that made a modification, respectively an annex to the old building impractical. The appeal describes the desired hospital and is undersigned by a number of luminaries and includes a printed expert opinion of Ephraim Cohn, director of the Laemel School and the Teacher's Seminary in Jerusalem, and a number of testimonies in Hebrew. Text in German and Hebrew. Binding with wear along edges, small chips, mostly along bottom edge and spine. Some foxing and creasing of foldouts and small chips in folds of first and sixth, two inch transparent tape on verso of third foldout, two inch closed tear in fold of seventh foldout. Binding and interior in overall good, interior in very good, foldouts in good+ condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        OZMA OF OZ

      - BAUM,L.FRANK. OZMA OF OZ. Chic:Reilly & Britton (1907). 4to, tan pict. cloth, 270p. + 1p. ads (Land of Oz and John Dough). Small mend to paste-down (creased) and a miniscule amount of cover soil else Fine and beautiful. 1st ed. 1st state with pictorial endpapers, pictorial rear cover, front ad listing only John Dough and Land of Oz, "O" in Ozma, p. [11], p. 221 in color. Illustrated with many full page and smaller color illustrations (no color plates as issued) and with many full page black & whites. A lovely copy of the rare 1st state third Oz book. (Hanff-Greene III.1). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        201 cartoline

      Cartoline con figure e volti femminili (mm 140x90 ca), in prevalenza attrici e cantanti: - n°83 cartoline in bianco e nero, o colorate, senza alcuna indicazione: 76 non scritte, 5 scritte e 2 viaggiate. - n°3 cartoline raffiguranti Borelli Lyda, 2 in bianco e nero ed una a colori) - n°1 cartolina raffigurante de Nadair in bianco e nero colorata; - n°1 cartolina raffigurante E de Vère in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Declos in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante M Fealy in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Reta Walter in bianco e nero colorata - n°5 cartoline raffiguranti Marcelle Yrven in bianco e nero colorata (3 in b/n) - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Luisette Allain in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante De VIllers in bianco e nero colorata - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Elisa Severi in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Edith Whitney in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Jolly Dolly in bianco e nero colorata - n°4 cartoline raffiguranti Tina di Lorenzo color seppia e b/n - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Lina Cavalieri in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Polaire in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Malton in bianco e nero colorata e solo b/n - n°1 cartolina raffigurante C. de Villers in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Paule de Lys in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Fedia de Ferard in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Mariani Teresa in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Archers in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Zena Dare color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Jole Pians in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Jole Kent in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Phyllis Dare color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Liane de Pougy in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante M.elle Polownia in bianco e nero colorata - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Maria Barrientos in bianco e nero (una colorata) - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Frl. Sromer in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Wanda de Boncza in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Lise Fleuron in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti "La bella Tortajada" in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Otero in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante M.elle Vèlini Th. de l'Odeon in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Annita di Landa in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina in bianco e nero (Carpi) - n°1 cartolina color seppia (Palermo), scritta - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Iggius in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Sirenella in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Mme. Bertha Kalich in "Kreutzer Sonata" in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Lidia Gauthier in quattro differenti pose, bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Werra Odeo in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Maudie Sharples in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Emmy Wehlen in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante "La Sophia" in bianco e nero, viaggiata (19/11/1907) - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Hansi Hanke in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Maryla Colonnelli in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Aida di Frate, artista di canto in bianco e nero - n°3 cartoline raffiguranti Rosario Guerrero: 2 in bianco e nero, di cui una viaggiata; una in b/n colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante De Mornand in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Miss Haslam color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante "M.lle Pierat dans notre jeunesse" in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante De Mornand in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Betty Darmand color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Demongey in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Faber in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Carlier in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Toledo in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Verena in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Manon Loty in bianco e nero - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Lucy Nanon in bianco e nero (una colorata) - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Thylda in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Billy Norton in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Manuy in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Louise Willy in bianco e nero - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Spendler in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Rejane in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Marthe Desgenets in bianco e nero colorata - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Bresil in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Miss Muriel Beaumont in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Mabel Love in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Gemma Caimmi in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Burty e J. Derval in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante J. Granier e Sorel in bianco e nero colorata - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Cassive in bianco e nero colorate - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Paule Morly color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Odette Valery in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Lucette d'Horvilly in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Iris Giulia in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Ykso in bianco e nero colorata - n°2 cartoline raffiguranti Hading in bianco e nero colorate, con due immagini per ogni cartolina - n°1 cartolina raffigurante A. Held in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Tautain in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Carlier in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Miss Marie Studholme in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Valandri in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Miss Lily Hambury in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Barnhieri in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Miss Grace Moore in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Vampa in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Vera Ledot in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Phyllis Dare color seppia - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Miss Robinson in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Chavita in bianco e nero colorata - n°1 cartolina raffigurante Ada Battke in bianco e nero colorata..

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        Eksotiske Noveller. 3 bd.

      1907 1907 - [1: Singapore Noveller. 2: Lille Ahasverus. 3: Olivia Marianne]. Orig. udgave. Kbhvn. & Kristiania [Oslo]: Gyldendalske, Nordisk 1907-15. [6] +150; [8] + 136; 126 + [2] s. De orig. omslag en anelse nussede ellers rene og velholdte ubeskårede eksemplarer indbundne med de orig. omslag i 3 konforme halvlæderbind med guld- og blindtryk på de let falmede rygge. Bindene signeret Juul-Lassen.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. With a Proem by Austin Dobson.

      First limited edition, no. 853 of 1,130 copies. 4to. (x), 162 pp. Publisher's white cloth, gilt lettered and decorated to the spine and upper board, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt, the others uncut. Frontispiece and 12 coloured plates tipped in with captioned tissues plus a handful of black and white illustrations in the text. Spine slightly toned, a lovely copy overall.

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        Ozma Of Oz (First Printing)

      Chicago: Reilly and Britton, 1907. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Tan Boards. Good. 270 Pp. First Printing. Light Tan Cloth Stamped In Black, Red, Yellow And Blue, Publisher's Name Stamped In Large And Small Capital Letters On Spine (Binding A); Front And Rear Endpapers Printed In Full Color; Illustration On P. 221 Printed In Color; Advertisement On P. 272 Lists Only The Land Of Oz And John Dough And The Cherub. "O" In "Ozma", P 11, Line 5, Is Lacking, But Bienvenue States That Only The "O" Shows Only On The Earliest Copies Of The First Printing; Pages 135/136, 153/154, And 221/222 Are Integral, Not Tipped In. Good Only, Wear And Dust To Covers, Fraying At Top And Bottom Edges Of Spine And At Tips; Hinges Tight, Endpapers Clean And Bright. Aging To Edges Of Pages And Page Block. (With)

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        Portrait photograph of author Ian Maclaren, three-quarters length seated, in jacket with top hat in hand

      Philadelphia: C. Houstin Goudiss, 1907. Gelatin silver print, triple mounted, with C. Houston Goudis blindstamp and Goldensky blindstamp on mount, INSCRIBED by Maclaren beneath image ("Yours Faithfully, Ian MacLaren"). Image: 6 1/4 x 4 1/2 in. Fine, with some toning and edgewear to mount. Gelatin silver print, triple mounted, with C. Houston Goudis blindstamp and Goldensky blindstamp on mount, INSCRIBED by Maclaren beneath image ("Yours Faithfully, Ian MacLaren"). Image: 6 1/4 x 4 1/2 in. Maclaren was the pseudonym of Presbyterian pastor and Scotsman John Watson (1850-1907). He earned popular (but decidedly not critical) success in 1894 with BESIDE THE BONNIE BRIER BUSH - "The combination of sentimentality, humour, and religion in a rural Scottish setting proved a successful formula both in Britain and North America and Watson achieved instant fame" (ODNB).Maclaren also enjoyed great popularity in the United States as a lecturer-this photograph, by the prominent Philadelphia portrait photographer Elias Goldensky, captures Maclaren during his third and final American lecture tour. Often in ill-health, he would suffer a fatal case of tonsilitis during the tour and die unexpectedly in Iowa.

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        OEUVRES DE FRANCOIS COPPEE - EN 6 VOLUMES - VOIR NOTICE.

      ALPHONSE LEMERRE 1907 - R320095606: 223 pages + 238 pages + 284 pages + 223 pages + 203 pages + 298 pages - plats et contre plats jaspés - nombreux bandeaux et culs de lampe en noir et blanc - dos à 5 nerfs - titres et caissons dorés sur le dos - gravure en noir et blanc sous serpente en frontispice dans le premier volume - tranches en tête dorées - 2 photos disponibles. VOLUME 1 : POESIES 1864-1869 LE RELIQUAIRE INTIMITES POEMES MODERNES LA GREVE DES FORGERONS - VOLUME 2 : POESIES 1869-1874 LES HUMBLES ECRIT PENDANT LE SIEGE PLUS DE SANG PROMENADES ET INTERIEURS LE CAHIER ROUGE - VOLUME 3 : POESIES 1874-1878 OLIVIER LES RECITS ET LES ELEGIES - VOLUME 4 : POESIES 1878-1886 CONTES EN VERS ET POESIES DIVERSES - VOLUME 5 : POESIES 1886-1890 ARRIERE SAISON LES PAROLES SINCERES - VOLUME 6 : POESIES 1890-1905 DANS LA PRIERE ET DANS LA LUTTE DE PIECES ET DE MORCEAUX DES VERS FRANCAIS. In-12 Relié demi-cuir. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos à nerfs. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 841-Poésie [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        British Yachts and Yachtsmen - A Complete History of British Yachting From The Middle of The 16th Century to The Present Day

      Published by The Yachtsman Publishing Co, London 1907 - 1907. 565 pages. No dust jacket. Blue leather boards with gilt lettering. Rebound with original leather placed over new boards. Rough cut pages are moderately tanned and thumb marked at the edges, with some creased corners and foxing. Plates have tanning and foxing to edges. Creased endpapers. Rub wear, scuffing and chips to leather. Corners bumped and worn. Split to title panel on spine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Caracalla and Geta - Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema,.

      CARACALLA AND GETA: BEAR FIGHT IN THE COLISEUM, AD 203Heliogravure naar het schilderij (Opus CCCLXXXII) van Sir Lawrence (Lourens) Alma-Tadema, uitgegeven in 1907 door Arthur Tooth & Sons. Linksonder gesigneerd met potlood door Alma-Tadema. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd. H x B: 64 x 78,5 cm.Op Caracalla and Geta staan beide broers, zonen van Septimius Severus, omringd door familieleden in de keizerlijke loge van het Colosseum. De spelen worden georganiseerd ter gelegenheid van het moment dat Septimius Severus in 203 AD de titel Caesar aan zijn zoon Caracalla verleent. Geta?s moeder is bezorgd dat haar tweede zoon niet de zelfde titel krijgt en geeft heimelijk intrigerende brieven aan een bode.De beren worden losgelaten, het spektakel staat op het punt te beginnen. De spanning in het amfitheater en tussen Caracalla en Geta is voelbaar.[De twee broers konden het slecht met elkaar vinden, kort na de dood van Septimius Severus laat Caracalla Geta vermoorden. Caracalla wordt daarmee de enige keizer over het Romeinse rijk.]Caracalla and Geta was het meest ambitieuze werk uit Alma-Tadema?s laatste jaren. Er staan meer dan 2.500 individueel geschilderde toeschouwers op. Als daar de figuren verborgen achter zuilen en guirlandes bij worden opgeteld en men dit extrapoleert naar de totale omvang van het Colosseum, klopt dit met de algemene aanname dat er zo?n 35.000 toeschouwers in het amfitheater konden plaatsnemen. De pers sprak in de tijd dat het schilderij gereedkwam met ontzag over dergelijke gedetailleerde kennis. Alma-Tadema was meer dan een kunstenaar alleen, de Nottingham Daily Guardian heeft het over de: ?Spirit of a scientist and archaeologist [but] not an artist!?Prijs: 4.150,- (incl. lijst).

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        Grant of arms, donated by Alfred Scott Scott-Galty, Garter, Principal King-of Arms and William Henry Weldon Esq. Norroy to George Buckworth-Herne-Soame, formerly Harrison (1872-1912).

      British Empire, London, d.d. 18 November 1907. Vellum charter, good condition. 60x52 cm. Manuscript text and calligraphy, with 4 hand coloured coats-of-arms amongst which that of Harrison. With the orginal signatures of the mentioned officials and their wax seals in two disc shaped copper casings. Encased in a made to fit oblong wooden case, with metal closing mechanism and clothed with red linen, decorated in gold with EVIIR initials and crowns. George Day Harrison (1872-1912) obtained a Royal licence which is included in this lot to change his name to Buckworth-Herne-Soame. The Harrison coat of arms had therefore to be changed into a combination of the Harrison and Buckworth-Herne-Soame coats of arms. This grant of arms officially changes the coat of arms. George Buckworth-Herne-Soame was apparently (chief) engineer of the South Potteries Water Works Company in Staffordshire although the grant of arms mentiones that he is lieutenant colonel of the Staffordshire Artillery Volunteers. The coat-of-arms bears the family motto: de mieulx je pense en mieulx. The grant explains that Harrison lives in Radford House in the parish of Stone in de county of Stafford. He married Evelyn, the second daughter of Sir Charles Buckworth-Herne-Soame Baronet late of Sheen in the county of Surrey. H97

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        The Rubàiyàt of Omar Khayyàm. Rendered into English Verse by Edward FitzGerald.

      London Hodder & Stoughton 1907 - Large 4to., number 429 of 750 copies signed by the artist, 20 tipped-in colour plates (light crease to one corner of 3), notice concerning Dulac Exhibition of water-colours at Ernest Brown (1909) loosely inserted, publisher's decorative vellum, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, ties, a few faint spots to upper cover and slight darkening to spine, otherwise a very good copy of this beautiful edition. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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