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        Galant." Junge Frau in einer Sofaecke sitzend und hinter ihr stehend und die Arme aud die Sofalehne stützend ein Mann im Frack.

      - Deckfarben und Tuschpinsel in Schwarz, links unten signiert, bezeichnet und datiert „Friedrich Koch Wien 1908". 34,8 x 27,2 cm, auf Karton aufgezogen. Verso betitelt und Datumsstempel vom 23. Mai 1908. Vorzeichnung für eine Illustration in einer illustrierten Zeitschrift. Friedrich Koch war von 1883-86 Schüler von F. Kaulbach in Hannover und später als Illustrator tätig.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Gesammelte Schriften. Historisch-kritische Ausgabe mit Einleitungen und Anmerkungen unter Zugrundelegung der Übertragung von Johann Joachim Bode herausgegeben von Otto Flake und Wilhelm Weigand. Mit einer Einführung von W. Weigand. 8 Bände.

      München, Georg Müller, 1908-, 1915.. circa 19 x 13,3 cm. 1 Portrait, zusammen etwa 2500 Seiten Original-Halbleder mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. Eines von 1500 (insgesamt 1600) numerierten Exemplaren, hier Nr. 1326. Gute Ausgabe mit Einführungen, Kommentar und Register, komplett in 8 Bänden. - Papierbedingt teils etwas gebräunt, sonst innen sauber. Etwas berieben, Ecken teils leicht bestossen, sonst eine schöne, dekorative Reihe mit dem Exlibris von Margarete von Siemens.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        Autograph Letter, signed ("Wyeth"), to Eric Pape

      Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, 1908. 2 pp. pen and ink on rectos of two sheets of Chadds Ford stationery. 4to. Creased from prior folding, light toning to margins. Wyeth to His Former Teacher Wyeth writes to his former teacher Eric Pape to decline an invitation to move to Boston and teach at the Eric Pape School, where he had studied in 1901. "Extremely sorry at the turn of affairs. As sorry for disturbing any of your plans as for losing any opportunities. The fact that this fall promises to add another member to the Wyeth household and the fact that four large decorations for a western house I find will run into the winter makes it impossible to undertake that stupendous job of moving to Boston ? [I] trust that I am not saying too much by adding , that I hope the future will see satisfactory arrangements carried out ?" Wyeth did eventually change his mind and taught at Pape's school in 1909. The child referred to in the letter is likely artist Carolyn Wyeth (1909-1994).

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        The Novels of Jane Austen (10 volumes)

      AUSTEN, Jane. The Novels of Jane AustenLondon, Chatto & Windus, 1908Published in St. Martin's Library of Illustrated Standard Authors, the set comprises: Vols. I-II: Pride & Prejudice [with general introduction by Brimley Johnson]; Vols. III-IV: Sense & Sensibility; Vol. V: Northanger Abbey [with 'Advertisement by the authoress']; Vol. VI: Persuasion; Vol. VII-VIII: Emma; Vols. IX-X: Mansfield Park. 10 vols, 8vo. Finely bound in half green morocco, gilt titles and decorations to spines, raised bands, original pictorially decorated cloth covered boards. With colored illustrations by A. Wallis Mills. Beautifully bound in very good condition.

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        Collected Works. Eight Volume set

      The Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-On-Avon 1908 - 244pp, 258pp, 239pp, 247pp, 261pp, 266pp, 298pp, 288pp. Frontis portraits of Yeats by John Sargent in alternate volumes. Language: eng G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Ex lib with stamp of Bolton Public library on verso of titles and remainder marks to spines. Tear to p.49 of volume I. Edges uncut Quarter cloth spines on grey paperd boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      ("Thomas Hardy") in black ink on imprinted Max Gate letterhead, Dorchester, August 28, 1908. 6 3/4" x 4 1/4", 1 page with integral leaf To Mr. Jacks:* "28:8:1908 Dear Mr Jack: Any time that you would like to call would be convenient & pleasant to me. I shall be here tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon about 5, & on Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday at any time in the afternoon. On Thursday or Friday I shall probably be going away for a few days. Yours very truly, Thomas Hardy." *This letter is to L.P. Jacks (according to Professor Michael Millgate, co-editor of The Collected Letters).

      [Bookseller: George Houle Rare Books & Autographs]
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        Autograph letter signed "Dr. Richard Strauss" to composer and conductor Otto Singer

      . 1 page. On a postal card. Dated and postmarked Berlin April 11, [19]08. Densely written in Strauss's characteristic hand in black ink with the recipient's name and address in Munich to verso. In German (with translation). Strauss sends his recommendations for a reduced orchestral version of one of his works -- presumably his opera, Elektra. "I received the scores today. The more I orchestrate, the more I realize that you won't get by with just 2 clarinets and bass clarinet in your transcription. That is why I'd like to ask you to modify the edition for reduced orchestra for e-flat clarinet or bass clarinet (one part), 2 clarinets in F, 1 basset horn. I will then have the e-flat or bass clarinet parts distributed such that, where both are playing, the two parts appear one above the other. When there is only one player, the conductor can choose; when there are two, the parts can simply be assigned. So for these e-flat/ bass clarinet parts you can simply add the passages for 3rd and 4th clarinet where there is room." Very slightly worn and foxed.. Strauss completed the full score for Elektra on September 22, 1908. The opera was first performed at the Dresden Hofoper on January 25, 1909, followed shortly thereafter by a performance in Berlin on February 15, 1909. As this letter indicates, Strauss seems to have conceived the versions for larger and smaller orchestra concurrently. Indeed, Adolph Fürstner published both, along with piano reductions by Otto Singer, in 1908. Otto Singer, Jr. (1863-1931) also produced solo piano transcriptions and/or vocal-piano reductions of works by other important composers, including Beethoven (complete symphonies), Brahms (complete symphonies), Liszt (at least 57 songs), and Wagner (12 operas). He was the son of Otto Singer (1833-1894), a prominent pianist, composer, and ardent disciple of Liszt and Wagner

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        Ecce homo. Wie man wird - was man ist. M. Nachw. hrsg.v. R.Richter.

      Leipzig, Insel, (1908).. 8°-gr. M. Titelzeichn.u. Buchausstattung v. Henry van Velde. 154 S., 2 Bll. OHPrgt. m. gold. Deckelvign. u. Kopfgoldschn. (Einbd. etw. angestaubt bzw. fleckig, Exlibr. V.Achter a.Vors.). Nr. 299 v. 1100 Exempl. a. Bütten.. W./G. 30, Sarkowski 1201. Hirschberg 361. - Nietzsches biographisches Hauptwerk "Ich selber bin noch nicht an der Zeit, einige werden posthum geboren."

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Seidel & Richter]
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        The 1907 Hunt of the Forest City Hunting Club in the Wilds of Northern Maine

      [Cleveland?]: Privately printed, 1908. First edition, one of a few copies printed. Frontispiece, 15 illustrations from photographs, and more than 15 figures in text. 111 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Cloth. Very good (occasional spotting, minor rubbing to foot). Accounts of deer and moose hunting in northern Maine, by members of a private club formed in 1901, with a membership limited to ten persons, later raised to 15 members. Rare.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        My African Journey

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1908. First edition, only printing. Hardcover. This is the British first edition, only printing of My African Journey, Churchill's travelogue on Britain's possessions in East Africa, written while he was serving as Undersecretary of State for the Colonies.  This book is notable, among other things, for being the only one of his many books to contain photographs apparently taken by the author.  In the summer of 1907 Churchill left England for five months, making his way after working stops in southern Europe to Africa for "a tour of the east African domains."  In early November, Churchill would kill a rhinoceros, the basis of the striking illustration on the front cover of the British first edition of his eventual book.  By now a seasoned and financially shrewd author, Churchill arranged to profit doubly from the trip, first by serializing articles in Strand Magazine and then by publishing a book based substantially upon them.  In November 1908 Hodder and Stoughton published My African Journey as a book, which was a substantial 10,000 words longer than the serialized articles.  The British first edition is striking, with a vivid red binding and a prominent front cover bearing a woodcut illustration in blue, grey, and black of Churchill with his bagged white rhinoceros.  The red cloth spine proved exceptionally vulnerable to sunning and the lovely books seem to have attracted handling, making wear and soiling the norm.  Spotting is also endemic. This copy is in good overall condition, showing age and wear, but nonetheless quite respectable, notable for retaining respectable spine color. The binding remains bright overall, the spine only moderately toned and retaining bright gilt. We note overall wear to extremities, corner bumps, some scuffing and staining to the lower right corner of the illustrated front cover, and a minor forward lean to the binding. The contents are complete; all illustrations and maps remain intact, as does the frontispiece tissue guard. Of note, the map at page 2 is tipped in as a folding map. The majority of first edition copies of My African Journey we have examined feature this as a tipped in map on a single, unfolded page. This folding map is exactly the same in content and scale as maps in other first edition copies, the difference being that blank one inch margins at the top and bottom of this particular map were left untrimmed after printing, and thus it was tipped into this copy with the top two inches folded over. The contents remain bright overall, with modest spotting primarily confined to the first and final few pages and the page edges. We note a single previous ownership mark in the form of an inked name and date of "April 1916" on the front free endpaper. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A27.1, Woods/ICS A12(aa), Langworth p.81

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        Landschaft mit Schweizer bauernhaus mit Blick zur Jungfrau.

      . Aquarell über Bleistift, auf strukturiertem Papier, aufgezogen, unten signiert "F W Moritz". 19,3:25,4 cm. Auf einem alten Abdeckpapier bezeichnet "Lac de Brienz Suisse peint par Moritz, le beaufrere de ma Grandmere Sophie Willnauer nee Pouchon dont il avait epouse la soeur ".. Literatur: Nach Thieme-Becker (Bd. XXV, S. 158) stammt Moritz aus Herborn in Hessen, was jedoch nicht belegt ist. Nach Brun, Schweizerisches Künstler-Lexikon (Frauenfeld, 1908, Bd. II, S. 427) hat der Künstler einige Zeit im Hause seines Onkels Gabriel L. Lory (1784-1846) in Bern gelebt und für dessen Verlag gearbeitet. Dann verbrachte er einige Jahre in Italien. Nach seiner Rückkehr, 1831, wurde er bis 1850 Zeichenlehrer an einem Gymnasium für Mädchen. 1842-1855 stellte er zahlreiche Aquarelle auf Ausstellungen der "Societe des Amis des Art de Neuchatel" aus. Moritz zählt zu den geschätzten Aquarellmalern der Schweizer Schule in der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Autograph letter signed "Dr. Richard Strauss" to composer and conductor Otto Singer

      1 page. On a postal card. Dated and postmarked Berlin April 11, [19]08. Densely written in Strauss's characteristic hand in black ink with the recipient's name and address in Munich to verso. In German (with translation). Strauss sends his recommendations for a reduced orchestral version of one of his works –– presumably his opera, Elektra. "I received the scores today. The more I orchestrate, the more I realize that you won't get by with just 2 clarinets and bass clarinet in your transcription. That is why I'd like to ask you to modify the edition for reduced orchestra for e-flat clarinet or bass clarinet (one part), 2 clarinets in F, 1 basset horn. I will then have the e-flat or bass clarinet parts distributed such that, where both are playing, the two parts appear one above the other. When there is only one player, the conductor can choose; when there are two, the parts can simply be assigned. So for these e-flat/ bass clarinet parts you can simply add the passages for 3rd and 4th clarinet where there is room." Very slightly worn and foxed. . Strauss completed the full score for Elektra on September 22, 1908. The opera was first performed at the Dresden Hofoper on January 25, 1909, followed shortly thereafter by a performance in Berlin on February 15, 1909. As this letter indicates, Strauss seems to have conceived the versions for larger and smaller orchestra concurrently. Indeed, Adolph Fürstner published both, along with piano reductions by Otto Singer, in 1908. Otto Singer, Jr. (1863-1931) also produced solo piano transcriptions and/or vocal-piano reductions of works by other important composers, including Beethoven (complete symphonies), Brahms (complete symphonies), Liszt (at least 57 songs), and Wagner (12 operas). He was the son of Otto Singer (1833-1894), a prominent pianist, composer, and ardent disciple of Liszt and Wagner

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        Marshall-Wells Hardware Co

      Portland, OR.: Marshall-Wells Co.. No date. Ca. 1908.. Illustrated throughout in black and white and color, paging is not sequential but book is 5 1/2 inches thick, indexes, 12 x 11 inches, bound in a manufacturer-issued expandable binder (cloth covered boards with leather corners and spine) now missing front cover, part of spine missing, very worn and soiled, first page stained and missing lower right 1/4, first five pages with creasing and chipping to edges. Dampstaining affecting lower edge of some pages. Many of the paint samples have been removed, all but one of the sheets of sample wrapping paper have been torn out, occasional soiling, tears and paper loss to interior pages (see further description below), but in general the interior is still very tight and in good condition. Because it has been assembled from individual catalog sections the paging is not sequential eg. jumps from 2942 at end of cutlery department to 2999 at beginning of Sporting Goods, one side of one page is 2193 and the other side 2198. This is a compendium of Marshall-Wells catalogues gathered in an expandable binder for use in a store. The following sections are included, each with index: Saddlery hardware; Saddles, Collars, Harness; Fishing Tackle and Bicycle Goods; Sporting Goods Department; Cutlery Department; Mine, R.R. and Mill Supplies; Stove Department; House Furnishings; Paint Department; Farming and Logging Tools; Tools and Heavy Hardware; Builders' Hardware. It starts with page 129 of the Builders' Hardware section. This section is very similar to another individually bound copy of this section I have examined which is dated 1906; however this store copy seems to be an enlarged version with pages 279-1 to 279-11 inserted, whereas the single bound copy does not have these extra pages. Some of the multitude of different items illustrated and priced are trunks, horse blanket labels (5 pages in color of which 1/3 of one page is missing), all kinds of equipment for horses including boots, bridles and many many pages of harnesses, saddles (including ladies' side saddle and ladies' Australian astride saddles), bicycles, fishing equipment including baits etc (one of two color pages of wooden minnows is 2/3 torn out), 5 color pages of hammocks, row boats and canoes, croquet sets, 12 pages of baseball equipment, baby carriages, sleds (2 pages in color, one with long tear and paper loss at top left corner and in price area), skates, guns, revolvers and other shooting equipment including Remington and Winchester, office supplies, watches, harmonicas, toy banks, clocks (including cuckoo clocks and mission clocks and two color pages of Sessions mantle clocks), silverware, cut glass, cutlery, some very elaborate Art Nouveau design coal stoves, cooking stoves, iron bedsteads, spittoons, bird cages, wagons and buggies, logging tools, axes (18 color pages), tile roofing, ornamental steel ceilings, store cabinets and counters, electric light and gas fixtures, Santa Claus electric lighting, door and cabinet hardware. Price list dated 4-24-08 inserted. An invaluable view into the consumer and social life of early 20th century America. .

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        HISTORIA DE LA ARQUITECTURA CRISTIANA ESPAÑOLA EN LA EDAD MEDIA. Segun el estudio de los Elementos y los Monumentos por.

      El Autor, Madrid 1908 - Tomo Primero (1908), 733 pp. Ilustrado con 590 planos, fotografías, mapas y dibujos. Tomo Segundo (1909), 670 pp. Ilustrado con 625 planos, fotografías, mapas y dibujos y 12 fototípias/ Obra premiada en el V Concurso Internacional "Martorell", Barcelona, 1906/ Cubiertas ligeramente rozadas/ A-244/ TC Size: 22.5x30 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. musikalisches Albumblatt mit U.

      Berlin, 2. Dezember 1908.. 1 S. Qu.-8vo.. Fünf Takte aus seiner Oper "Zaza/Atto III°". Mit eh. Textunterlegung.

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        My African Journey

      London: Hodder & Stoughton 1908. xiii, 226 pp, blue leather brian frost binding with gilt design and lettering, illustrated in b/w with original cloth bound in at rear of book, some foxing to pages and fading to spine, in slipcase. . Very Good. Half Calf. First Edition. 1908. 8vo..

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        Reiseerinnerungen aus Ostasien. Dezember 1908 bis Juni 1909. [Mit dem Recihspostdampfer des Norddeutschen Lloyd Prinz Eitel Friedrich].

      Als privates Manuskript gebunden, 1908.. Unveröffentlichtes Manuskript (Sohn des gleichnamigen Mitbegründers der Deutsch-Ostafrikanischen Gesellschaft?). Aufzeichnungen seiner Asienreise vom Dezember 1908 bis Juni 1909. Felix Graf Behr-Bandelin hat offenbar keinerlei Schriften publiziert. Blauschwarze Original-Leinwand der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel und dreiseitigem Schwarzschnitt, 4°, gemustertes Vor- und Nachsatzpapier, 294 maschinenschriftliche Seiten, vorderer Deckel mit kleinen Wasserflecken, Seiten papierbedingt nachgedunkelt, angesichts der Papierqualität ungewöhnlich fleckenfreies, schönes Exemplar..

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        Collected Works. Eight Volume set

      Stratford-On-Avon The Shakespeare Head Press 1908. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Ex lib with stamp of Bolton Public library on verso of titles and remainder marks to spines. Tear to p.49 of volume I. Edges uncut First Edition Quarter cloth spines on grey paperd boards 230mm x 160mm (9" x 6"). 244pp, 258pp, 239pp, 247pp, 261pp, 266pp, 298pp, 288pp. Frontis portraits of Yeats by John Sargent in alternate volumes.

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        REPERTOIRE MACONNIQUE - CONTENANT LES NOMS DES 30000 FRANCS-MACONS DE FRANCE ET DES COLONIES - relevés dans les archives.

      ASSOCIATION ANTIMACONNIQUE DE FRANCE 1908 - R320068243: XXXII + 760 pages - Tampon sur la page de titre et 1er plat - Renfort papier kraft marron au dos - 1 etiquette collée en coiffe en pied. In-8 Broché. Etat d'usage. Tâchée. Dos abîmé. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 366.1-Franc-maçonnerie [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Archive of Material Relating to Juanita Miller and her Father Joaquin Miller

      Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 0. Ephemera. The following is a beautiful archive of autograph letters with envelopes (mostly) from Juanita Miller to her father from Sept 1908 through March 21, 1911. Also included are several extra items including one autograph letter from Joaquin Miller to his daughter and several letters relating to either Juanita or Joaquin. "Cincinnatus Heine Miller (September 8, 1837 - February 17, 1913), better known by his pen name Joaquin Miller, was a colorful American poet and frontiersman. He is nicknamed the "Poet of the Sierras" after the Sierra Nevada, about which he wrote in his Songs of the Sierras (1871)." (From Wikipedia.) His daughter Juanita (Juanita Joaquina Miller -daughter of Joaquin Miller and wife Abbie Leland Miller was born in New York City in 1880. Miss Miller lived at Joaquin Miller's locally famous home, "The Heights," in Oakland, California, and was an active participant in the Oakland performing arts community until the 1960s.) She studied music in New York and was a sometime composer of music which produced to accompany her father's poems / lyrics. She was famous more for her father's well respected name than anything she herself did and was a flamboyant and rather eccentric character well known in the San Francisco Bay area from the 1930's on. The archives consist of:*Five holograph letters to Joaquin Miller from his daughter dated September 21st, 1908 - Dec 26th, 1908 in hand addressed envelopes.*Seven holograph letters to Joaquin Miller from his daughter dated February 1, 1909 - November 5th, 1909, in hand addressed envelopes.*Ten letters to Joaquin Miller from his daughter dated March 12, 1910 - December 14th, 1910, in hand addressed envelopes.*Five letters to Joaquin Miller from his daughter dated March 17th, 1911 - March 21st, 1911: all of these letters are addressed to Fabiola Hospital, Oakland, CA. (in hand addressed envelopes). (The Fabiola Hospital was built in 1887 at the intersection of New Broadway and Moss Avenue (now Broadway and West MacArthur Blvd.) on 2-1/2 acres of land donated by Anthony Chabot. This new hospital was the work of the women club members of the Fabiola Association who envisioned a comfortable environment for the underprivileged. The Oakland Kaiser Permanente complex literally stands on the same site as the Fabiola Hospital. 1Fabiola Hospital, Oakland, California 1Kate Kirkham learned of the need for a local hospital in Oakland after witnessing a terrible carriage accident in 1877. The victim had to be transported 10 miles to a hospital in San Leandro. $50 was collected from 18 of her women friends and the Fabiola Association was formed. The focus of the group was to provide medical assistance for all, regardless of financial circumstances. The name Fabiola comes from Saint Fabiola, a woman in 4th century Rome who started the first hospital for sick and needy travelers.*A five page holograph letter from Juanita Miller to her father dated May 10, 1909 in a hand addressed envelope which discusses her graduation (from music school) and plans for travel and goes on to mention that she would like to be independent: "it is really wicked for me to be dependent any longer & mother will not allow me to teach, she considers it unlady-like, she is also so fearful lest I sing (?) but do something without her knowledge." *An envelope (with the address of Harris and Ewing Photographers 1311 F. Street N.W. Washington D.C. which includes a holograph request by Margaret E. Harrington for Miss Miller to perform her father's poem "Columbus" for a group of pupils (undated). The envelope also includes a typed letter hand signed by Juanita Miller to her father discussing her mother's stifling of her career and life and how she would like to live with her father in Oakland but not sure she could flout her mother's wishes. Also included is a newspaper clipping regarding Juanita Miller (undated).*A holograph four page letter from Juanita Miller to an unknown recipient which mentions her father's illness and fighting spirit (there's much more to the letter, but the handwriting is difficult to read). This letter does not include an envelope and is undated. *A two page (half page letterhead from the Fabiola Hospital Association) dated March 8 (1911?) holograph letter from Joaquin Miller at Fabiola hospital - the handwriting is nearly illegible, but appears to be a note of love and care to his daughter . *A single page (half page letterhead from the Fabiola Hospital Association) , undated (assumed to be during March 1911), holograph letter from an attendant at Fabiola Hospital giving an update on Joaquin Miller's condition which was not improving and was partly due to nerves (according to the writer). *Four newspaper clippings regarding Juanita or Joaquin Miller (one from the Oakland Tribune dated Wed. Sept 25, 1968).*A flyer from AMORC (Rosicrucians) to Miss J J Miller.*Eight 8x10" photos (a couple of them have been cut down) of Juanita Miller posing for the camera (Includes duplicates of the same pose). One photo shows her in front of a small wooden cabin of some sort, the other could be a back garden (?)The letters vary in length and in content, but generally cover Juanita's daily life, her work with music and music study, her controlling mother and her desire to come and live with her father. There are instances throughout many of the letters where she discusses something to do with her father's writing, either receiving proof copies of something he wrote, discussion of something she read about or by him, etc. etc. Also the letters give an interesting look at the peripatetic lifestyle Juanita Miller had during this period of time - the letters are sent from a number of different places and she visits, or mentions many friends / acquaintances in her travels. .

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        Félicien Rops, l'homme et l'artiste

      Paris: H. Floury, 1908. First Edition. Frontispiece portrait of Rops; 25 plates and numerous text illustrations reproducing designs by Rops. 4to. Contemporary 1/4 blue levant morocco and decorated blue paper with gilt semé design over boards, matching endsheets; with original illustrated wrappers bound in. Fine copy, contents clean.

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        Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon Ein Nachschlagewerk des allgemeinen Wissens Bd 1 - 24 (24 Bände)

      Leipzig Wien: Meyer 1908 - 1913; mit mehr als 17.600 Abbildungen im Text u. auf teils ausfaltbaren 1610 Bildtafeln (darunter farbige Chromolithographien), Karten, u. Plänen sowie 180 Textbeilagen; 6., gänzlich neubearbeitete u. vermehrte Aufl., neuer Abdruck; hier 24 Bände: Bde. 1 - 20, Bd. 21 Ergänzungen und Nachträge, Bd. 22 Jahres-Supplement 1909 - 1910, Bd. 23 Jahres-Supplement 1910 - 1911, Bd. 24 Jahres-Supplement 1911- 1912; zus. über 21.500 S.; unikate Meistereinbände, massive moderne Handeinbände in braunem Halbleinen mit durchgefärbten schwarzen Deckeln ohne Überzugs- u. Vorsatzpapier, rundum Schwarzschnitt u. mit Rückentitel in Gold von Frida Schoy (1889 - 1963, Schülerin von Otto Dorfner, Dozentin an der Folkwang-Schule, Buchbinderin, zuletzt in Essen), vermutlich aus den dreissiger Jahren; jeder Band mit Schoys persönlichem handnumerierten ExLibris aus Japan-Papier auf dem Innendeckel; ausserordentlich stabile Bände in einzigartiger, für die damalige Zeit wohl hochmoderner Ausstattung; Unikat aus der Hand und aus der Bibliothek der bedeutenden Einbandkünstlerin; gering berieben, Rücken gelegentlich leicht fleckig. Halbleinen. Gut. 25 cm. Handeinband.

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        Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon [ Meyer Konversationslexikon ]. Ein Nachschlagewerk des allgemeinen Wissens. Vorliegend absolut komplett in 27 Bänden: Grundlexikon A-Z in 20 Bänden, Ergänzungs- & Nachtragsband 1910 (Band 21), drei Jahressupplementbände 1909 - 1910 (Band 22), 1910 - 1911 (Band 23) & 1911 - 1912 (Band 24) sowie den drei Kriegsnachtragsbänden I - III im Zeitraum 1916 - 1920.

      Bibliographisches Institut, Leipzig und Wien. Sechste (6.), gänzlich neubearbeitete und vermehrte Auflage. 1908-1920.. Gr.8° ( 25 x 17 cm) OriginalHalblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln sowie jugendstiliger Bordüre auf dem Buchrücken oben und unten (Bände 1 - 22 ). Die Einbände farblich different und teils etwas berieben, die Bände 23 und 24 von der Rückengestaltung etwas abweichend. 22 der 27 Bände in gutem Zustand, Die Bände 1, 7 und 19 mit bis zu 2,5 cm langen Einrissen an den oberen Kapitalen (teils mit durchsichtigem Klebeband geklebt). Band 24: Vorderes Außengelenk geplatzt, Buchdeckel fleckig. Kriegsnachtrag II mit gelöstem Vorderdeckel bis S. 18 und hier mit ca. 1/5 Textverlust. (Arbeitsexemplar). Kriegsnachtrag III: Hinteres Außengelenk ca. 4 cm eingerissen. Die Bände 23 - 27 mit handschriftlichem Namenszug in alter Tinte und kleinem Vorbesitzernamensstempel im vorderen Vorsatz. Innen soweit ersichtlich ordentlich erhalten, vollständig und sauber. Bis auf die unten beschriebenen Mängel gutes, dekoratives Exemplar.. Mit mehr als 16800 Abbildungen im Text und auf 1522 Bildtafeln, Karten und Plänen sowie 160 Textbeilagen. Porto für Deutschland 20EUR, fürs Ausland bitte erfragen! #LokUeb/BuBi

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        Caught-on-the-Fly. Fugitive Notes of Sport and Other Notes

      Cleveland, Ohio: Printed for the writer by The Britton Printing Company, 1908. First edition, Number 7 of 120 copies. Illustrated. 306 pp. 1 vols. Small 4to. Original full green morocco over boards, upper board stamped in gilt. Spine perished, board edges very worn. Bookplate. Heller: 'The Rarest of the Author's Works' Collection of hunting and fishing sketches, many published in Field and Stream. Accounts of hunting elk in Colorado, moose in northern Ontario; caribou in Newfoundland; fishing on Ohio rivers, salmon in Newfoundland, and salt water angling in the Florida keys and Bahamas. Newberry includes two chapters with measurements of notable big game trophies and the largest fish.Newberry's second work, Another Catch was published in posthumously in 1914. Heller's copy (illustrated) appears to have been rebound as the front board is without ornamentation.A facsimile reprint was published by Meadow Run Press in 1989.

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        Collected Works. Eight Volume set

      Stratford-On-Avon: The Shakespeare Head Press. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Ex lib with stamp of Bolton Public library on verso of titles and remainder marks to spines. Tear to p.49 of volume I. Edges uncut. 1908. First Edition. Quarter cloth spines on grey paperd boards. 230mm x 160mm (9" x 6"). 244pp, 258pp, 239pp, 247pp, 261pp, 266pp, 298pp, 288pp. Frontis portraits of Yeats by John Sargent in alternate volumes. .

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        jUST SO STORES FOR LITTLE CHILDREN

      Macmillan, 1908. FIRST EDITION. 249 pages. 22 full-page plates of illustrations by the author, also drawings in the text and illuminated initial chapters heads. Bound in full maroon morocco by Bayntun Riviere of Bath, gilt cicular elephant head motifs to spine and front board, riased bands, gilt lettering. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Housed in a red slipcase with silk ribbon. Minor wear to front board halfway up near the joint with spine, due to thumbs removing book from its slipcase. A Fine copy.. Full Calf.

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        THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY

      THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY, Bristol/ Arrowsmith, 1908, first edition (first issue), spine a tad faded, inner hinges starting, else a tight vg copy. Watchers watching watchers watching watchers------A marvelous book. HAYCRAFT/ QUEEN cornerstone.

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        Polster. Martha Kurzweil auf einem Diwan sitzend.

      1908 1908 - Farbholzschnitt in Grau, Blaugrau, Braun, Grün und Gelb, 1908, signiert. Darstellungsgröße 28,5:26 cm, Blattgröße 55,8:45 cm. Im breiten Rand rechts unten etwas knitterfaltig. Literatur: H.H. Hofstätter, Jugenstil. Druckkunst. Baden-Baden 1968, Farbtafel S. 241. Inkunabel der Jugendstilgraphik! Anschließend an ein Studium von 1886-1892 an der Wiener Akademie bei Chr. Griepenkerl (1839-1916) und L.C. Müller (1834-1892), war Kurzweil an der Académie Julian in Paris. Er ging 1896 nach Wien zurück und begann ein Porträtstudium an der Akademie. 1897 war er Gründungsmitglied der Wiener Secession. 1905 folgte der Austritt mit der Klimt-Gruppe. Er war als Maler, Graphiker und als Illustrator bei der Zeitschrift „Ver Sacrum" tätig. 1911-1915 war er Nachfolger R. Jettmars an der Wiener Frauen-Akademie.

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        Maskee. A Shanghai Sketchbook

      - The wicked, decadent Shanghai of the thirties deliciously captured! Limitation No. 166 of unknown number. Inscribed and signed by Schiff. Closed, 27 by 19 cm. Stretched open, its 22 panels can reach 418 cm, or over 4 meters. Schiff (1908-1968) was an Austrian Jew who settled in Shanghai in 1930 and remained for 14 years, drawing inspiration from the colorful intermingling of Western and Chinese cultures and the vitality of its nightlife, its street life, its shadowy underworld and scrim of corruption. All of this serves as the backdrop for this humorous panorama, with its gobs, prostitutes and golddiggers, foreign expatriates, dissolute, sophisticated, desperate, and its smoky, boozy ambiences. Blue silk fabric of cover worn through in corners. Occasional soiling to the plates, but overall a bright and attractive copy. Leporellos. Silk over outer boards. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         President Theodore Roosevelt signed Naval appointment of Albert Ross to Rear Admiral, the first Commandant of the U.S. Naval Training Station - includes rare glass negatives of the approved blueprints of six buildings at the Training Station

      Document Signed, ???Theodore Roosevelt???, 1 page, 14.25??? x 18???, January 14, 1908, Washington, D.C., being a military appointment of Albert Ross to Rear Admiral in the Navy. Minor soiling and marginal wear, else fine condition.Six Glass Negatives, approximately 7??? x 5???, of approved blueprints of the U. S. Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois, including the Administration building, Drill Hall, Receiving Group/Dormitory & Mess, Detention Group/Receiving Building, Instruction, and Dormitory, all signed by Albert Ross, first Commandant of the Naval Training Station, August 17, 1906.Accompanied by four images of Admiral Ross, a 6.25??? x 9.5??? silver gelatin print in uniform, a 4.75??? x 6.75??? reproduction in uniform, an 8??? x 10??? reproduction in service dress whites, and a 5.5??? x 3.5??? photographic postcard [blank on verso] of Admiral Ross at his desk. Also includes a 5.5??? x 3.25??? photographic post card of President Taft and Admiral Ross at the dedication ceremony of the Training Station, and a few photographs unrelated to the training facility.The Great Lakes Naval Training Station is the largest training center in the Navy and its only boot camp, comprising 1,153 buildings on 1,628 acres. In 1904, President Theodore Roosevelt signed the act authorizing its construction, with Rear Admiral Albert Ross as the first Commander. According the mybaseguide website, ???It was a novel idea, at the time, to train enlisted Sailors before they got to the fleet. The Training Station at Newport, R.I., only got started in 1881. Before that, enlisted Sailors joined the Navy and went directly to a ship. All their training took place underway.â? Its location initially perplexed many who wondered why a Naval training facility would be located more than a thousand miles from any ocean. The website explains, â??Not long after the Spanish-American War, in 1902, U.S. Naval leaders noticed a remarkable fact: Many of their best Sailors came from the American Midwest. Why not train Sailors in the same part of the country?â?Rear Admiral Albert Ross [1846 â?? 1925] entered the Naval Academy during the Civil War. He had overseen several training commands and had been assigned to the Alliance, a training ship. Rear Admiral Ross was charged with supervising the work of Navy Civil Engineer George A. McKay and noted architect Jarvis Hunt. The initial facility opened July 1, 1911, and the first graduation class of 300 Sailors was attended by President Taft.

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        Lieder für gesellige Stunden.

      Tsingtau, 1908.. Büchlein mit 115 Liedtexten, gebunden in schmuckloses, beigefarbenes Halbleinen mit marmorierten Deckeln, Klein-8°, 103 Seiten, sauberes, schönes Exemplar. Überwiegend mit deutschem Volksliedgut, aber etwa auch enthaltend das "Lied der Deutschen in Tsingtau". Kein weiteres Exemplar nachweisbar..

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        THE GOBLINS' CHRISTMAS

      Los Angeles, CA.: Segnogram Publishing Co., 1908 Enchanting illustrations by Alexander Sharp depicting the goblins, fairies, brownies, gnomes, elves and cherubs who live in Fairy-Land. Anyone living in fairy-land who became angry at anyone and stayed angry, would then be turned into a toad, a squirrel or some other little animal and live on the earth-plane forever, unless Kris Kringle arrives at Christmas with his "special magic." 43pp., bound in color illustrated paper covered boards, pale blue pictorial endpapers; a beautiful copy. Very light toning and edgewear to binding; internally clean and bright. A near fine copy. A very scarce title locating no copies at auction in the last 25 years or more, no copies located for sale and only 3 library holdings. A delightful children's story.. First Edition. Octavo.

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        A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM

      William Heinemann Ltd. 1908 - 1st 1908. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. Deluxe limited edition. Large format. Full vellum binding, gilt titles and decorations. Brown endpapers. Top edge gilt. Colour plates mounted on brown card with captioned tissue-guards. Spine and corners bumped. Professional repair to front edge of spine (where it was split). Covers slightly grubby. Copy no. 1010. Some light page edge browning. [R] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Midsummer Night's Dream

      London: William Heinemann; New York, Doubleday, Page & Co.,, 1908. With illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Quarto (245 × 183 mm). Bound by Riviere & Son for Army & Navy in near-contemporary tree calf, brown morocco label to spine lettered gilt, compartments to spine gilt, foliate gilt borders to boards, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Tipped-in colour frontispiece and 39 plates with captioned tissue guards, line drawings throughout. Spine faded, small abrasion to front board, upper joint starting, contents slightly foxed. A very good copy. First Rackham edition, trade issue.

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        Gästebuch der Villa Bruneck in Kreuth am Tegernsee. Mit ganzseitiger eigenh. Handzeichnung von Gabriel von Seidl.

      Ebd., 1908 bis 1938.. 170 meist beidseitig beschrieben und 34 unbeschr. Bll. Leinenband der Zeit mit zwei intakten Schließen. 4to.. Das vorliegende Gästebuch umfaßt die ersten dreißig Jahre von Haus Bruneck, das 1907/08 von Gabriel von Seidl errichtet worden war. Auftraggeberin war Sascha (Alexandrine) Gräfin von Schlippenbach (geb. 1852) gewesen - die Tochter des Bankiers Wilhelm von Metzler und Gattin von Friedrich Graf von Schlippenbach, Graf von Wath und Sköfde (1834-1882), preußischer Kammerherr bei Prinzessin Friedrich Carl von Preußen -, die nach dem Tod ihres Gatten einen bekannten politischen Salon in Berlin unterhalten hatte, der (in der Nähe des Reichstagsgebäudes gelegen) seinen Höhepunkt zur Zeit der ersten Kanzlerschaft Bülows i. d. J. 1900 bis 1909 erlebte. Unter den zahlreichen prominenten Gästen von Haus Bruneck finden sich u. a. der Indologe und Religionswissenschaftler Helmuth von Glasenapp (1. X. 1911) sowie (mehrfach) dessen Vater Otto von Glasenapp, der Vizepräsident der Reichsbank, samt Gattin; der Komponist Hans von Vignau (7. bis 18. VIII. 1915); die Schriftsteller Elisabeth von Heyking (u. a. 27. X. 1913 und 29. VIII. bis 11. IX. 1917, davon einmal mit ganzseitiger, hübsch ausgeführter Handzeichnung, Herbst 1921), Annette Kolb (19. IX. 1912) und Ludwig Thoma (19. IX. 1912); der Tenor Walter Kirchhoff und dessen Gattin Berta Gardini Kirchhoff (18. bis 23. Juli 1913); der preußische Regierungspräsident Walther von Miquel (28. VIIII. bis 3. IX. 1909, 29. VIII. bis 17. IX. 1913, 8. bis 17. IX. 1915, 19. bis 30. IX. 1916, August 1922 ["nach 6jähriger Pause"], 28. VII. bis 19. VIII. 1923, 28. VIII. 1924, 7. bis 31. VIII. 1925, 28. VIII. bis 26. IX. 1927, 11. bis 30. VIII. 1928, 5. VIII. bis 4. IX. 1929, 10. VIII. bis 10. IX. 1930, 28. VII. bis 26. VIII. 1931, 22. VIII. bis 16. IX. 1934); General Theodor von Graevenitz (Juni 1926); der Romanist Ernst Robert Curtius (September [1921]); Johann Georg Herzog zu Sachsen und dessen zweite Gattin Maria Immacolata (24. VIII. 1917); Maria Josepha von Portugal (11. X. 1918), Louis Ferdinand Prinz von Preußen (22. IX. 1927) sowie Franz Joseph Prinz von Thurn und Taxis und dessen Gattin Elisabeth (13. X. 1928, allein auch 11. X. 1925). - Weitere Gäste von Gräfin Schlippenbach waren neben dem Diplomaten Ottmar von Mohl (21. VIII. 1919) auch zahlreiche Mitglieder der Familien Tattenbach (darunter Botschafter Franz Graf von T., 13. bis 25. IX. 1919, 6. bis 11. X. 1919, 8. und 9. VII. 1920, 10. bis 26. IX. 1928, August 1930, 1931 und 1932) und Radowitz, da Gräfin Sascha eine Schwägerin der deutschen Botschafters in Portugal, Christian Graf von Tattenbach, und eine Cousine der Frau des deutschen Botschafters in Konstantinopel und später Madrid, Joseph Maria von Radowitz, war. - Den Titel des Gästebuchs ziert eine ganzseitige Zeichnung der Villa a. d. Hand von Baumeister Gabriel von Seidl; sauber ausgeführt und mit Buntstift koloriert, widmet Seidl den Band mit den Worten: "Viel Freud' hat mir der Bau gemacht | anno 1907 und 8. - | Allen, die darin verkehren, | Mög' er gleiche Lust bescheeren [!]". - Gräfin Sascha, die als Wohltäterin der Gemeinde Kreuth zu Ansehen gelangt war und 1918 das Kriegerdenkmal am Kirchberg gestiftet hatte, wurde 1922 Ehrenbürgerin der Gemeinde; ihr zum Gedenken wurde die vom Rathaus zum Haus Bruneck führende Straße nach ihr benannt; die Villa selbst wurde Mitte der 1950er Jahre zu einer Seniorenresidenz umgestaltet und wird bis zum heutigen Tag als solche betrieben.

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        Fünfzehn Zeichnungen. Von Aubrey Beardsley, Felicien Rops, Constantin Somoff, Emil Preetorius, H. Theophilaktoff, Marcus Behmer.

      Ohne Ort, Verlag u. Jahr [Leipzig, Zeitler, 1908].. Kl.4°. 2 Bll. (Titel und Verzeichnis) u nd 15 Tafeln (9 in Rot und 6 in Schwarz). HPergament-Mappe mit Deckelbezug aus handgefertigtem Buntpapier.. Eines von 225 Exemplaren. Einmalige Auflage für die Subskribenten der Zeitschrift "Opale". Das seltene Werk wurde sofort verboten und die meisten Exemplare nach einem Gerichtsprozeß eingestampft. Bemerkenswert ist die spannende Auswahl seltener erotischer Motive von Rops, Somoff, Preetorius [2 Bll.], Theophilaktoff, Marcus Behmer [2 Bll.] und Beardsley [mit 8 Bll. die komplette Serie aus "Lysistrata"]. Die beiden Textbll. stockfleckig, Tafeln am Rand vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig (bei einer im Bild). Hayn-Got. IX,636 ("interessante Mappe"). Sehr selten. ------------------- English description available on request. Traduction francaise sur demande.

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        [TUBERCULOSIS]. [CHILDREN'S LITERATURE]. Het gulden boek voor de tuberculeuse kinderen

      Rotterdam: W.L. & J. Brusse, 1908. FIRST EDITION. VERY GOOD . 4to. Original publisher's deluxe vellum gilt extra (slighly bowed). 192 pp. Printed on superior paper. Pastedowns and endleaves somewhat toned, the text very clean and bright, as is the fine Art Nouveau binding AN ODDITY IN THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE. This is a Deluxe copy of this extraordinary collection of Dutch stories, poems and artwork created "for children with tuberculosis." The outstanding Jugendstil vellum binding, endpapers, and decorations were executed after original designs by J.B. Heukelom, with typography by J.G. Veldheer. The paper for this book is from the Royal Papierfabrieken Van Gelder Zonen. Issued by the Dutch Society for the Suppression of Tuberculosis, there are drawings by many important artists of the day, including J.J. van de Sande Bakhuyzen, Louis Apol, Louis Raemaekers, Victor de Stuers, K.P.C. de Bazel, Gustave Van der Wall Perné, S.H. de Roos, A. Aletrino, Top Naeff, and others. To this work the Dutch Queen Emma and Prince Hendrik contributed writings on behalf of children who were fighting tuberculosis. * Copies of the greatly inferior and poorly made trade edition are common, but the Deluxe edition is very rare in public and private collections. Ours appears to be the only copy of its kind on the market. * REFERENCE: Braches, 462.

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        Der Hererofeldzug 1904/06 unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des 6. Komp. Feld-Regimentes 1. Mit 2 Karten

      Flensburg, Huwald, 1908.. Halbleinwand der Zeit mit aufkaschiertem Original-Deckblatt, 8°, 60 Seiten. Zwei mehrfach gefaltete Karten zu den Gefechten am Waterberg und im Sandfeld sowie eine Übersichtskarte zu Deutsch-Südwestafrika, beide am oberen Falz leicht gelöst. Einbandkanten berieben, Seiten papierbedingt nachgedunkelt aber sauber, nur minimal fingerfleckig. Mit handschr. Widmund des Autors vom Juni 1908. Vorsatz und Titel gestempelt mit Friedrich Herzog, also offenbar aus dessen Bibliothek stammend..

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        "Exotische Sänfte".

      . Tuschfeder- und Tuschpinselzeichnung, Deckweiß, Farbstift in Blau. 1908. Monogrammiert. 16,8:24,1 cm. Reproduziert in: "Jugend", 1908, als Kunstblatt, Nr. 3402. Literatur: Dreitausend Kunstblätter der Münchner "Jugend". Ausgewählt aus den Jahrgängen 1896-1909, hrsg. v. G. Hirth, neue vermehrte Ausgabe, München, 1909, SS. XIII, 370-379; Goldstein, S. 770; Flemig, SS. 314/15.. Zeichner und Karikaturist, Bruder von Rudolf und Hermann Wilke, Mitarbeiter "Jugend", gelegentlicher Mitarbeiter "Simplicissimus" und "Auster".

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        The Unmasking of Robert-Houdin

      The Publishers Printing Company, New York 1908 - First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by Harry Houdini. This copy has a full page inscription by the author on the front free endpaper. A beautiful copy. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A beautiful copy in collector's condition authentically SIGNED by the author. We buy SIGNED Harry Houdini First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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