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        Der Siebente Ring

      Berlin: Blaetter fuer die Kunst, 1907 - Berlin: Blaetter fuer die Kunst, 1907. 1st Edition. Hardcover. First edition of this work by one of Germany's most important poets. Inspired by the French symbolist poet Mallarmé's vision of art for its own sake, George devoted himself to the production of highly refined, often hermetic, poetry for an elite audience. Der Siebente Ring (The Seventh Ring) refers to the intimate group of devotees bound to George as Master and contains the extraordinary series of poems celebrating the youth in whose perfect beauty George saw an incarnation of godhead, the fourteen-year-old boy Max Kronberger. George eschewed all conventions and issued this work under the imprint of his own journal, Blaetter fuer Kunst, displaying the unique typography that George himself designed, with the elegant ornamented borders, mystical illustrations and book design of Melchior Lechter, so reminiscent of various fin-de-siecle crafts movements. A beautiful copy in the original purple linen with gilt ornaments and raised spine bands. Very light sunning to spine, a few very small stains to cover, gift inscription (not by the author) on endpaper (in the year of publication), small tear to front spine joint. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Elysium Books]
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        Food and Cookery for the Sick and Convalescent, 1907 Hardback

      LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY, BOSTON 1907 - Extremely Very Rare dusk jacket. Bookplate in the book. Title gilted. General wear and rubbed cover. Tight and clean binding. DATE PUBLISHED: 1907 EDITION: 289 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Philadelphia: Privately Printed. First Editions. FINE TO NEAR-FINE CONDITION - First title is LIMITED TO ONLY 50 COPIES printed on Japan vellum in 1907. The second "De Luxe" title is the "SUBSCRIBER'S COPY No. 1" of 125 copies printed on Japan vellum in 1910. ________ BINDINGS: Both copies bound in FULLL GREEN MOROCCO with raised bands by the OLDACH COMPANY of Philadelphia, titles in gilt on front covers, gILT rules around board perimeters; top page edges gilt; morocco turn-ins; moire silk endpapers (trifle wear to second title's red silk endpapers). Following is a further description of each volume: ________ PAINTINGS BY "THE MEN OF 1830" is oblong and measures 13 1/8" x 11" and is about 140 pages with 30 black & white plates of art including work by the artists Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, Charles Francois Daubigny, Alexandre Gabriel Decamps, Ferdinand Victor Eugene Delacroix, Narcisse Virgile Diaz De La Pena, Jules Dupre, Eugene Fromentin, Jean Louis Andre Theodore Gericault, Jean Francois Millet, Theodore Rousseau, and Constant Troyon. The front cover is gilt stamped COLLECTION OF H.S. HENRY. ________ The second volume, TWENTY-ONE MASTERPIECES, IS also gilt-stamped on the front cover COLLECTION OF H. S. HENRY and includes all the art sold by Mrs. Henry and the Girard Trust Company of Philadelphia on Feb. 4th, 1910. The volume measures about 12 ¼" high x 9 ½" wide and is about 108 pages including 21 plates of artwork by Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, Charles Francois Daubigny, Alexandre Gabriel Decamps, Narcisse Virgile Diaz De La Pena, Jules Dupre, Charles Emile Jacque, Eugene Fromentin, Jean Francois Millet, Adolf Schreyer and Constant Troyon. As with the other volume, the artist’s write-ups are all placed before the plates. ________ Both volumes include full description of the artwork portrayed and line illustrated portraits of the artists. ________ LUXURIOUS VOLUMES AND AN OUTSTANDING PRESENTATION OF THIS MAJOR COLLECTION WITH THE -- ADDITIONAL VOLUME-- AND STRIKINGLY SHARP IMPRESSIONS OF THE 51 PLATES. The two volumes for:

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        ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND (First Arthur Rackham Trade Edition in Fine, Original & Unrestored 1907 Dust Jacket)

      London: William Heinemann, 1907. "Lewis Carroll" aka Dodgson, C[harles] L[utwidge]. ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. London: William Heinemann, [1907]. FIRST TRADE EDITION of the Arthur Rackham Illustrated issue. A FINE, bright, unworn copy in original publisher's green boards decorated in black and gilt with an illustration of the Mock Turtle and the Gryphon to the upper board. With 13 full page color plates (and dozens of b/w illustrations in the text) by Arthur Rackham. IN THE ORIGINAL 1907 DUST JACKET which is fine, unrestored, and (in short) magnificent. A remarkable survival, exponentially more rare than Rackham's unsigned but glamorous deluxe limited edition which was published in an edition of 1130 copies -- most of which survived as prized books whereas dust jackets on trade editions from this era were simply not preserved in any numbers.. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Arthur Rackham.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. With a Poem by Austin Dobson.

      London: William Heinemann, & Doubleday, Page & Co., New York, [1907] - Large quarto. Original white cloth, title and pictorial decoration to spine and upper board gilt, decoration to lower board in blind, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Small bookplate to verso of front free endpaper. Cloth a little dulled with some small spots and marks, spine toned, free endpapers tanned, rear hinge cracked. A very good copy. 13 colour plates and numerous illustrations in the text by Arthur Rackham. Limited edition of 1,130 numbered copies. Latimore & Haskell p. 28 [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

      London: William Heinemann, & Doubleday, Page & Co., New York,, [1907]. With a Poem by Austin Dobson. Large quarto. Original white cloth, title and pictorial decoration to spine and upper board gilt, decoration to lower board in blind, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. 13 colour plates and numerous illustrations in the text by Arthur Rackham. Small bookplate to verso of front free endpaper. Cloth a little dulled with some small spots and marks, spine toned, free endpapers tanned, rear hinge cracked. A very good copy. Limited edition of 1,130 numbered copies.

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        The White Book Mabinogion: Welsh Tales & Romances Reproduced from the Peniarth Manuscripts

      Pwllheli: Author, 1907 In brown cloth, corners very lightly bumped, Society's stamp at head. Spine, with title in black ink, edges lightly rubbed. Internally, ink name to fep, binders stamp at fep, 1907 {Preface dated 1909.] xxviii, [2], 312 pp. The White Book of Rhydderch (NLW Peniarth MSS. 4 and 5) is a remarkable and unprecedented compendium of medieval Welsh prose and poetry, inscribed in the mid 14th-century, which is now bound in two volumes in the National Library of Wales. Peniarth 5, which originally preceded Peniarth 4, contains religious texts, the Welsh Charlemagne cycle and other matter; Peniarth 4 contains the earliest complete text of the Mabinogion tales and, as a whole, the White Book provides the earliest texts of much of the best of Welsh medieval secular prose. John Gwenogvryn Evans. See ODNB for a full Bio.

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        Christian Science with Notes Containing Corrections to Date

      London & New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1907.. 1st Ed. VG+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Hard Back London & New York 1907 1st Edition. HB. 362pp. Red Cloth, gilt lettering to spine and gilt monogram to front. Illustrated with photo-portrait and 2 attractive photo-plates (one of which is loose) of the original Christian Science Churches in Boston and New York. Spine faded, corners bumped, otherwise VG+.

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        Stories from the Arabian Nights. With Drawings by Edmund Dulac.

      Hodder and Stoughton, London, [1907] - Quarto. Recent terracotta morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Some light creases to a couple of tissue guards and some occasional light foxing, an excellent copy handsomely bound. With 50 mounted colour plates, captioned tissues. Second edition, printed one month after the first. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Stories from the Arabian Nights

      London Hodder & Stoughton 1907 October. VG : in Very good condition without dust jacket. Corners bumped First Edition Brown/gilt hardback cloth cover 290mm x 230mm (11" x 9"). 133pp. 50 tipped-in colour plates with captioned tissue guards.

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        The Playboy of the Western World. A Comedy in Three Acts

      Dublin:: Maunsel & Co., Ltd.,, 1907.. First edition (first printing).. Hardcover. Very Good. viii, 88, [4] adverts, with Yeats' frontis portrait sketch of Synge at rehearsal. Light foxing to many pages, heavy in places. Laid in are 4 of Maunsel's contemporary tinted advertisement flyers, two being page size, for 'Pat's Pastoral' and 'Economics for Irishmen' (by 'Pat'), and two smaller ones for 'The Abbey Row' ('NOT edited by W.B. Yeats'), and 'The Memoirs of Miles Byrne'. In the original quarter cloth binding with ochre spine and brick-red boards. Binding firm and very clean, with a small knock to the upper corners and some bubbling to the spinewards edge of the red cloth on the front.

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        Photographies des objets d'arts trouvés pendant les fouilles archéologiques sous-marines de l'épave de Mahdia en Tunisie

      - 21 tirages originaux (17 tirages gélatino-bromure d'argent montés sur toile, et 4 au citrate, tous légendés), datés 1907 (9 photos), 1909 (5), 1910 (1), 1911 (4) et 1913 (2). On joint également 15 photographies, dont 3 tirages albuminés d'égyptologie vers 1913. Photographies originales représentant une part des oeuvres d'art grecques (marbre, bronze, céramique) du 1er siècle avant J.-C. trouvées dans l'épave dite de Mahdia (Tunisie) lors des fouilles qui eurent lieu de 1907 à 1913 à l'initiative d'Alfred Merlin, pionnier de l'archéologie navale moderne. * //fr.wikipedia(dot)org/wiki/Épave_de_Mahdia * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). Langue : Français

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        Fighting Ships. Founded and Edited by …

      London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., Ltd,, 1907. Published for the Naval Syndicate. Landscape quarto. Original green cloth, title gilt to the upper board and spine. Profusely illustrated with photographs, plans and silhouettes, thumb-indexed. Somewhat rubbed, head and tail of the spine chipped, small white ink pressmark to the tail of the spine, lacks front free endpaper, but otherwise internally clean, complete and sound, a very good copy. First edition of the tenth year of Jane's most famous and longest-running work. A reference work that tended to see heavy use, early editions are infrequent on the market.

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        The Path of Devotion Inscribed by Author SIGNED

      VEDANTA CENTRE, BOSTON 1907 - previous owner name on title page, The Vedanta Centre, 1907. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good, no dust jacket. Name written on first blank page also inscribed and signed by the author on the first blank page. DATE PUBLISHED: 1907 EDITION: THIRD ED 105 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Rud Sieck") und zwei Handzeichnungen.

      München, 30. XII. 1907. - 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. An Martin Gerlach sen. von Gerlach & Wiedling in Wien: "Da Sie vermutlich in dieser heiligen Zeit im Kreise Ihrer werten Famlie verweilen, so erlaube ich mir Ew. Hochwohlgeboren mit der ehrfurchtsvollen Anfrage zu erfreuen betr. eines [folgt die Tuschzeichenung einer Plattenkamera]? Hoffentlich hat Ihnen das Christkind sehr viel gebracht, 500.000 Auflagen Ihrer neuesten Werke, zahlreiche Enkel! Wegen dem Kalender wäre ich Ihnen dankbar wenn Sie mir ein Maaß, in dem Sie ihn auszuführen gedächten, also Buchgröße angeben wollten und um wieviel größer die Bilder selbst sein sollten, damit ich gelegentlich anfangen könnte [.]". - Die zweite, gleichfalls in Tusche ausgeführte Zeichnung zeigt ein Portrait seiner selbst im Profil; zur Unterschrift hinzugesetzt "beschißener Kunstmaler".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Nearest the Pole

      Doubleday, Page & Company, New York 1907 - Green hard boards, tips and spine ends bumped and with modest wear, gold gilt print on spine and graphics on front cover in very good condition, gold gilt on leaf ends top. Clean and tight inside with the back spine just starting. (see picture) Vintage map attached to the inside back cover. Book has been signed by the author and with inscription, see pictures. 411 pages with none missing and none damaged. Rare volume. Very rare to find in such good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Una di quelle signore

      Luigi D'Angelilli Editore, Napoli - Torino 1907 - in 16° - pp.142 - Mezza tela - Rarissimo - Tagli rossi. Conservazione più che buona - Non censito su ICCU al settembre 2013 - Libro usato [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Two Teddy Bears in Toyland

      New York: Dodd, Mead, and Company, 1907. Wonderful early Teddy Bear book illustrated by photographs and featuring two Steiff stuffed bears. Includes photos of tin houses, toy soldiers, a soft monkey, and lots of dolls. Full-page photographs alternate with text pages. Tight binding with original cloth spine in nice shape. Hinges have old neatly done cloth reinforcement. Clean pages with an occasional finger smudge. Several leaves have faint corner folds. Pencil gift inscription on front free endpaper. Some soiling and wear to cover. Faint trace of Febreze if you sniff the book up close. A very nice example of a very scarce children's book.. First Edition. Pictorial Boards. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Wylie, Charles (photographer). Oblong 8vo.

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        Stories from the Arabian Nights. Retold by Laurence Housman. With drawings by Edmund Dulac. Including Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, The Story of the Magic Horse and The Fisherman and the Genie

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, n.d [c. 1907]., 1907. Dulac Illustrated Edition, later issue, with the plates bound throughout the book; the earliest state has the plates collected at rear. Quarto. Elegantly hand-bound in half burgundy oasis morocco leather, spine gilt-lettered in six compartments with raised bands, cloth sides, publisher's original cloth bound in at rear. A fine copy

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        The Garden Of Allah

      New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1907. Robert Hitchens; a late Victorian and Edwardian British author and playright, quite influential into the 1950's. The Garden of Allah was a very successfully staged play and was remade several times in film. The book first appeared in 1904. This Stokes copy is a first illustrated edition. The Stage play opened on Broadway at the Century Theatre on Oct. 21, 1911. an original flier is tipped in on the rear pastedown. The book is signed by all of th actors in the first run production of the play. Each signed on the page that the character he or she portrays enters the story . The book is signed by Robert Hitchens on the title page, signed by Mary Anderson de Navarro, co-author of the stage script. It is signed by Hugh Ford, the director; it is signed by the managers, the stage crew staff, electricians, carpenters, business managers, Everyone. Simply unique and one of a kind. The book is in very good condition with minimal rubbing; a dampstain, 1 x 2 inch, at the top left of the front board.. Signed by Author. First Edition Thus. Hard Cover. Illus. by Helene Philippe. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        The Chase of The Golden Plate. [In the Strand Magazine Original Issues]

      London: George Newnes. 1907, 1908., 1907. First magazine appearance. 4to. Publisher's card wraps. Minor edgewear, a little loss and chipping to spine panels, most notably to the February 1908 issue. Decmeber 1907 is a Christmas issue with extra content and a lavish colour cover. Internally clean and bright with the usual blizzard of advertisments for everything from corsetry to elephant guns these three issues contain the complete "Golden Plate" and numerous other works by such luminaries as W.W. Jacobs and F. Anstey aongside articles on "Babies in Poetry" and "Can Crime be Cured By Surgery?" The answer to that last question by the way is "No! Stop that." to anyone who was toying with it as a theory without an extensive collection of Strand Magazines to hand. As always, The Strand is awesome to behold and marvellous to read and without doubt the closest most of us are going to get to time travel. Protected by a tailor made clamshell box. Futrelle was another of those characters who seemed able to write hundreds of novels covering almost any subject whilst also pusruing a career as a telegram operator, journalist and probably a whole host of other stuff. Strangely enough Futrelle (an American) was in Europe in 1912 seeing publishers and exploring new ground for his stories; he decided to return home on a brand new ship called the Titanic, and is numbered amongst the lost of that disaster.

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      THE CENTURY CO. 1907 - illustrated with pictures and by photographs by Maxfield Parrish,frontispiece colored; green cloth cover with gilt designs water stained,spine, gilt, rubbed top/bottom bookplate on fep,rough cut edges, plates. general wear and rubbed cover. Tight binding. Bookplate. DATE PUBLISHED: 1907 EDITION: 270PP [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lord Randolph Churchill

      London: Macmillan and Co. Limited, 1907., 1907. First One Volume Edition. INSCRIBED and Signed by Churchill 'To / Mrs Cyril Young / from / Winston S. Churchill / 1946' in ink to first blank Publisher's original burgundy cloth with gilt titles to spine; blind rule to boards; top edge gilt, housed in a fleece-lined cloth slip-case. With illustrations. Frontispiece portrait foxed. A clean and sound copy in Fine cloth. 'Lord Randolph Churchill' was a two part biography of his father, the Victorian politician.

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      [Np]. 1907.. Quarto. 10.5 x 8.5 inches scant (27 x 21.3 cm) on white stock. Some light foxing to margins, otherwise very good. Matted. An original ink drawing, signed with initials and dated "07," executed as an illustration for Barham's THE INGOLDSBY LEGENDS (1907). An ink note "3 inches high" appears at the lower edge, in ink, in Rackham's hand, and the extreme upper right corner includes some small ink doodles. The verso bears a very rough pencil drawing, presenting a variant on the same image, perhaps executed as a very rough study for the finished drawing. The image depicts two old salts in ragged nautical garb, with the ocean and a cloud-filled sky in the background.

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      1907. 2. EATON,SEYMOUR. MORE ABOUT TEDDY B AND TEDDY G THE ROOSEVELT BEARS. NY: Stern 1907 (Sept. 1907). 4to, cloth backed boards, pict. paste- on, edges and corners worn and slight shelfwear else a bright clean VG+ copy. 1st edition of the second Roosevelt Bear book, illustrated by R.K. CULVER with 16 color plates including cover plus a profusion of black and whites in- text. In this volume, the Bears come East and visit New York, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Baltimore and Washington and naturally they have many adventures. Scarce.

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        THE MARLBOROUGH STRUWWELPETER. Illustrated by the Author.

      Illustrated throughout in colour. Original cloth-backed pictorial boards. Quarto. First edition. An edition of only 450 copies.Cracked at inner front joint; binding a little rubbed and worn at extremities; else a very good copy of this scarce Struwwelpeter imitation. Loosely laid, but once pinned to the front endpaper, is a manuscript poem by Arthur de Coetlogon Williams, presumably in his own hand, with a list of the prizes he won between 1907 and 1908. In pencil in another hand, 'Keep this Poem written by Arthur.' Also laid in is an original pen and ink and watercolour sketch by the author, signed and date for January 1900, of two soldiers walking through a barren landscape. The sketch looks to have taken from album. On the Dedication leaf of the book is written the owner's name and address, which would appear to be in the same hand as the pencil inscription on the poem ? probably a family member.

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        [The novels:] Sense and Sensibility; Pride and Prejudice; Mansfield Park; Emma; Northanger Abbey; Persuasion

      London: J. M. Dent & Co.,; New York: E. P. Dutton & Co.,, 1907-9. 6 volumes, octavo. Contemporary green half calf by Rivière & Son, spines gilt in compartments, green cloth sides, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Each volume with a colour-illustrated frontispiece and title page, and 22 colour plates, all by C. E. Brock. Spines sunned, occasional very minor nicks to the bands, ends or corners, front board of Mansfield Park a little mottled, extremely faint spotting to edges and a few endpapers, but otherwise internally fresh; a sound, attractive set in excellent condition. First Brock edition set of the complete novels of Jane Austen, presented as an attractive uniform set in handsome contemporary bindings by Rivière & Son. 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 5 Austen titles. Dent's "Series of English Idylls" thus presents the first Brock illustrations for the other 5 Austen titles, the first colour Brock illustrations, and the first complete Brock-illustrated Austen set. 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 used to collect antique furniture and clothing so that their friends and relations could model for the artists in their Cambridge studio. A lovely set.

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        Südseekunst. Beiträge zur Kunst des Bismarck-Archipels und zur Urgeschichte der Kunst überhaupt.

      Dietrich Reimer Verlag, Berlin, 1907. - EA. Mit 13 Tafeln mit fast ausschließl.fotogr. Abb., teils in Farbe, teils s/w mit jeweils vorliegendem, teils doppelseitigem und mit Zeichnungen versehenem Erläuterungsblatt ( dies alles im beiliegendem 'Beiheft zu Südseekunst'); weiterhin 103 Abb. im Text und auf Tafeln, überwiegend Fotografien, aber auch Zeichnungen sowie zwei Karten. OHLn.-Band. Kunstdruckpapier. (15*), 145 S. plus Beiheft unpag. 4°. Einband gering berieben und bestoßen, einige Seiten mit minimalen Knickspuren, sonst sehr guter Zustand, sauber und vollständig.-- einigen kleinen Stempeln, Resten von Rückenschildern sowie einer ebenfalls kleinen, stark verblassten handschr. Eintragung auf dem Titelblatt ganz oben am Rand (3 Worte). Stephan übernahm 1907 die Leitung der'Deutschen Marine-Expedition 1907/09. Diese war eine vom Museum für Völkerkunde in Berlin entsandte Forschungs- und Sammelreise nach Neumecklenburg (dem heutigen Neuirland) in Papua-Neuguinea. Ihr Ziel war die umfassende ethnografische und anthropologische Erforschung des damals deutschen Kolonialgebietes. Stephans bereits zuvor entstandenes Werk zur Südseekunst war die erste Publikation, die sich systematisch und aus Sicht eines Wissenschaftlers mit der Kunst dieser Region auseinandersetzte. Selten.

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        HORSE'S TALE

      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1907. First edition. Illustrated with 5 black and white plates by Lucius Hitchcock. 8vo, publisher’s original red cloth, pictorially decorated in black, brown and white on the upper cover, lettered in white on the spine. viii, 153. A superb copy, really fine and bright and clean and unusually well preserved. Twain’s adventure through the west told from the viewpoint of Buffalo Bill’s horse. One might call it BLACK BEAUTY with an attitude. He wrote the story to protest bull fighting at the request of actress Minnie Maddern Fiske who was campaigning to end the sport in Spain.

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        Chamber Music

      London, Elkin Mathews,, 1907. Small quarto. Original pea green cloth, titles to upper board and spine gilt. Housed in s quarter green morocco slipcase. Pictorial title page. A lovely copy. First Edition. First Impression, First Issue. Chamber Music was published by Elkin Mathews with a distinct lack of faith: they printed just 509 copies and then only bound a small proportion of the sets of sheets calling for two further bindings over the the following 8 years. This first issue is distinguishable by the laid paper used for the endpapers, the correct centring of the text in signature C and the lighter shade of cloth used for the binding. Copies of the first issue are really quite scarce - the last one at auction being sold 10 years ago. This is the author's first regularly published work.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      1907. A Simple Tale. London: Methuen & Co., (1907). 40 pp ads dated Sept 1907. Original deep red cloth with gilt-decorated spine. First Edition of this tale of espionage sited in Russia. The idea for the story came from an actual 1890s revolutionary attempt to blow up the Observatory at Greenwich. Conrad initially planned this to be a short story (titled "Verloc"); however, as he "got into" it, he lengthened it into a full-blown novel. He then strove to make it a popular novel, one that would provide him with the cash he needed to get out from under pressing debts; however, after an initial flourish, sales dropped off and the book was not reprinted until 1914, after the success of CHANCE reawakened interest in Conrad. The initial printing consisted of 2,500 copies, including 500 for the colonies and 500 for Canada. However, the good initial reception of the book prompted the publisher to use the colonial copies for the domestic market instead, replacing the colonial half-title and title with the standard domestic one -- "there is no visible evidence of cancellation and for all practical purposes we must regard these copies as indistinguishable from the regular domestic issue" [Cagle].~This is a very good copy (spine slightly faded as usual with this red cloth, some rubbing and very slight wear at the extremities, bookplate carefully removed from front paste-down); the original endpapers show only a bit of cracking, and there is scarcely any of the often-pervasive foxing. In our experience LORD JIM, YOUTH and THE SECRET AGENT are the toughest of Conrad's first published editions to find in collectible condition. Cagle A12a(1); a "Modern Library 100" selection.

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        The Lesson of the Master; The Death of the Lion; The Next Time, and Other Tales

      New York: Scribner, 1907. hardcover. fine. Title page printed in red & black with small decorative emblem. Fine tissue-protected frontispiece. xxx, 368pp. Thick 8vo, handsomely rebound in full tan morocco; gilt-ruled and lettered spine with brown leather label and raised bands; marbled endpapers, t.e.g. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907. A fine copy. Limited edition. Number 79 of only 156 copies. Printed on Ruisdael handmade paper.

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store]
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        Hertfordshire Families

      London - Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd, 1907 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Original publisher's cloth covered boards with gilt detailing. This very valuable book is at an affordable price as is an ex library copy. First and only edition, which was limited to 500 copies. Illustrated with39 lovely black and white portrait plates and 14 large folding family trees. Part of the Victoria History of the Counties of England SeriesVery scarce. Only two of these 'Genealogical Volumes' were ever completed - the present work and that for Northamptonshire. The great majority of the copies are in institutional holdings and it is very rare for either volume to appear for sale. Includes the genealogy of the landed houses of Hertfordhire, along with the arms of Hertfordshire families, a list of copyholders and freeholders in 1699, a list of the sheriffs of Hertfordshire, and of the MPs elected for the county. Condition: The binding is tight and firm and both covers are firmly attached. There is some wear to the extremities, including some chips to the top and tail of the spine and to the corners of the boards. The rear board also has some small marks. Internally the book is clean and bright apart from some very isolated spots. There is a closed tear to the first front blank end paper and to one of the folding family trees. All other folding trees are in good condition. There are library stamps to all of the front and rear blank end papers and to the front and rear of the title page, however there appear to be none within the actual text itself. There is a barcode to the rear paste down..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Jock of the Bushveld

      London: Longmans, Green and Company, 1907. First edition. Octavo, original green cloth. In very good condition. Jock of the Bushveld was first published in 1907 when it became an instant best seller and a classic. Since then it has never been out of print and it has been the subject for a South African film. The author, Percy Fitzpatrick later recounted these adventures as bedtime stories to his four children. Rudyard Kipling, a good friend of Fitzpatrick, also took part in these story-telling evenings and eventually persuaded him to collect these tales in book form.

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        Heart of the West

      New York: McClure, 1907. First. hardcover. fine. 334pp. 8vo, rebound in full brown morocco; gilt-stamped spine with raised bands, t.e.g. New York: McClure, 1907. First edition. A fine copy.

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        The Son of the Wolf. Tales of the Far North

      Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, n.d. [c. 1907?] - An attractive copy of the author's first book, evidently a later printing, unrecorded. BAL notes three printings with an unaltered title page of 1900; this copy, although it collates with the first printing, bears no date on the title page. Woodridge notes a Grosset & Dunlap printing c. 1907 Later, unrecorded printing. 8vo. Frontispiece by Maynard Dixon. pp. [i- viii], [1]-251 pp. Publisher's green cloth, corresponding to Woodbridge's 'State 3' of the first edition. Minor rubbing, else very good. Bookplate on pastedown with name eradicated. BAL 11869; Woodbridge 1 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Their Majesties Court 1906

      London: The Claxton Publishing Company, 1907. One of 250 numbered [#62] and signed copies, bound into white cloth with gilt and red decorations to the front board and the spine. All edges gilt. Illustrated throughout with black and white plates. Cloth a little soiled, some faint shelfwear. Bookplate to the front pastedown. HInges started, but the binding is sound.. Limited Edition. Decorated Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to.

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        Autograph letter signed ("Gf. Zeppelin").

      Dresden, Hotel Savoy, 19. II. 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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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      Scribner, New York 1907 - Illustrated, lettered tissue guards, 8vo, rebound in full lime green morocco, author's name embossed on front cover. New York: Scribners, 1907. A fine copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Golliwogg's Christmas

      London, New York, Bombay & Calcutta: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Upton, Florence K.. 31 full page full colour illustrations with sepia line illustrations throughout the sepia text. This is another adventure of Golliwogg and his dutch peg doll friends Peggy, Weg, Meg, Sarah Jane and the dinky little Midget this time with a Christmas theme. Both front and rear free endpapers are present and they have on their verso listings of Golliwogg books [front] and Andrew Lang Fairy Books [rear] which allow you to confirm that this is a genuine first edition. Paper covered illustrated boards over a green cloth backstrip. 22x28 cm. 63pp. Corners worn, edges rubbed / worn. Top / tail backstrip bumped. Personal dedication written on top of title page. Binding a bit slack with one page detached but present. Several closed tears around the page edges with one going into the illustration. Written by mother Bertha and illustrated by daughter Florence (1873-1922) who was born in the U.S. and worked in the U.K. There were 12 Golliwogg books written between 1896 - 1909, this is the penultimate title. The word Golliwogg, which is not considered a socially acceptable word, originated from these books and is listed in the dictionary. Upton illustrated other children's books (see the Vege-men's Revenge for example) and was an accomplished artist, exhibiting at the Royal Academy, London. Condition:

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

      New York: Scribner, 1907. Second. hardcover. fine. Rackham, Arthur. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 50 color plates, mounted on heavy stock (title is just barely foxed, but other pages and plates are very clean). Short 4to, handsomely rebound in 3/4 green morocco over marbled boards; gilt-ruled and lettered spine with raised bands, t.e.g. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907. Second American edition. A fine copy.

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        The Children's Hour in Fifteen Volumes Illustrated

      Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1907. Hardcover (Half Leather). Very Good Condition. 15 volumes in half green morocco over marbled boards. Spines uniformly faded to brown, a few bumps and surface marks to boards, but generally a lovely set and all volumes very good or better; published 1907 (the first 10 volumes) and 1916 (the last 5). With color frontispieces and illustrations throughout. Bookplates inside the front cover on each volume. 8 x 5 1/2" Size: Octavo (8vo). 15-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Inventory No: 043026. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

      [Bookseller: Pazzo Books]
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