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        Original Letter, With His Only Etching, 1909, Paris

      Paris: Jack Okey, 1909. Original Letter and Art . No Binding. Very Good/No Jacket. Nice Four Page Letter By Okey, , Discussing And Including His Only Etching, A Self Portrait, Which He Made In Paris. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 - January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

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      William Heinemann, London 1909 - Limited and Signed Edition of Undine, Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Written by Friedrich de la Motte: The early German fairy tale romance, written in 1811 by Friedrich de la Motte, describes a water spirit named Undine who marries a knight named Huldebrand in order to gain a soul. Arthur Rackham's delightful illustrations add value to the edition. An often treasured mermaid story and a rare addition to a Rackham collection. Bound in full cream velum with gilt illustrations on the front and spine. Moderate markings on the boards and missing ribbon ties. Small presentation inscription on the verso of the front piece. All pages very bright and clean with slight age toning on front and rear pages.  Bindings tight. Uncut pages on two sides slightly browned with age. Protected by a clear film. A very presentable copy with beautiful 15 full colour plates with the original printed tissue guards. 30 x 9 1/2 "136 printed pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NOW FOR THE SOUTH POLE? Advertising mail shot, addressed to 'James Douglas, Esq.,/Spuyten Duyvil,/New York City.', with cancelled one cent stamp

      1909.] 1909 - 260x500mm when unfolded, 4 concertina folds with flap and slit fastening. Printed on recto and verso in sepia ink with numerous halftone photographic illustrations. Gloss light card stock. Some separation to folds, nicks to edges and slight waterdamage to rear edge of one folded segment. [2]pp. [Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Company, c. A rare advertising mail-shot for the American edition of Shackleton'sThe Heart of the Antarctic, being the official account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09. This persuasive piece of ephemera distills the 'striking features and results' of the expedition (for example: ?Manchurian ponies were used instead of dogs. / A motor-car helped move the supplies across smooth ice. / An acetylene gas plant lighted their winter quarters.? &c.) as well as singing the praises of the authorial style: ?Lieutenant Shackleton writes in an extremely picturesque manner, marked with the simplicity, but enthusiasm, of the real discoverer.? The advertisement reproduces photographic illustrations from the book, including the iconic image of Adams, Wild and Shackleton with the Union Jack at their furthest south point of 88*23', as well as a portrait photograph of the clean shaven young Shackleton on the rear flap, and a reproduction of Stanley L. Wood's illustration ?The trek during the snowstorm? beside the address cover. Mailed out in advance of publication by Lippincott of Philadelphia, this advertisement had a detachable black for the recipient to remove and send to their local bookseller requesting a copy of the publication.

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        Manuscrit du discours de réception de Jean Richepin à l'Académie française.

      - 1 manuscrit autographe 29 In-4 18/02/1909 Il est joint un exemplaire imprimé chez Charpentier et Fasquelle. marque de trombone sur les premières et dernières pages Manuscrit complet du discours de réception de Jean Richepin à l'Académie française, prononcé le 18 février 1909. Il y fait l'éloge de son prédécesseur, André Theuriet. Rare document. Poète et auteur dramatique, membre de l'Académie française. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Arizona Business Directory, 1909-1910

      The Gazetteer Publishing Company, Denver, 1909. Very Good. 9 in. x 6 in., Cloth with printed advertisements on front and back covers, rebound with maroon cloth spine, 799 pages plus 14 leaves of advertisements on pink paper bound in front of volume before title page, additional leaves of advertisements bound through the volume not included in ithe collation. Includes alphabetical listing of cities throughout the Arizona Territory with businesses and residents followed by the "1909-10 Classification of All Business Houses,Trades and Professions in the Territory of Arizona and El Paso, Texas, Arranged Alphabetically by Towns." Very scarce. OCLC lists only one copy held at the University of Arizona.

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        Geographische Charakterbilder aus der asiatischen Türkei und dem südlichen mesopotamisch-iranischen Randgebirge (Puscht-i-kuh). Eine Darstellung der Oberflächengestalt, Bevölkerung, Siedlung und Wirtschaft.

      Leipzig, Karl W. Hiersemann. 1909 - Querformat, ca. 19,5 x 23,5 cm. 1 Blatt, XV Seiten, 176 Originalaufnahmen auf 100 Lichtdrucktafeln (diese mit Goldschnitt) und 3 Karten. Orig.-Leinenmappe mit goldgeprägtem Rücken- und Deckeltitel. Gabriel, A.: Die Erforschung Persiens, Wien, S. 259/260: "Nach Puscht-e Kuh, entlang dessen Nordostgrenze sich Herzfeld gehalten hatte und das damals ein noch fast unabhängiges mittelalterliches Lehnsfürstentum war, machte 1907 H. Grothe eine Reise. Er zog aus der mesopotamischen Ebene in das westliche Puscht-e-Kuh-Gebiet und drang über den Paß Mulla Gawan, den schon de Morgan benutzt hatte, in das Becken von Schirvan vor." Die Textbände erschienen erst 1911/12. Beigefügt: Original-Ankaufsrechnung von Karl W. Hiersemann, Buchhändler und Antiquar vom 10.7.1909. Leinenmappe mit kleinem Einriss am Rücken, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Rainer Kurz - Antiquariat in Oberaudorf]
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        The Chase of the Golden Meteor.

      London Grant Richards 1909 - First English edition, 8vo, pictorial frontispiece, tissue guard, 23 plates by George Roux, original pictorial cloth lettered in gilt to upper cover, a little bumped to spine-ends with minor rubbing to corner-tips, small abrasion to upper cover, upper and lower free endpapers replaced, otherwise a very good copy. One of the author's posthumously published novels, relating the rivalry between two amateur astronomers in the same small American town who spot a new meteor and attempt to claim the credit for themselves. The meteor turns out to be made of gold and thus extremely valuable, and another eccentric amateur scientist, this time an inventor, creates a device which will cause it to fall where he chooses. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

      1st EDITION. 19.2 x 28.6cm full red leather with four raised bands and five compartments with gilt stamped title to one, decorations to the others, gilt stamped titles and decorative frame to the front and gilt ruled border to the rear. The binding is by Morrell and is stamped on the bottom edge of the inner dentelles. Top edge gilt, other edges uncut, decorative dentelles and marbled endpapers with original pictorial endpapers bound in. Un-paginated consisting of 75 stanza's printed one to a page with decorative coloured borders and head and tail pieces together with 24 tipped in colour plates. The book has a card chemise, covered in marble paper with a leather back & foredges and a slipcase covered, inside and out, in marbled paper with leather trimmed edges around the aperture. A beautifully bound book that has been well protected by its chemise and slip case and is in fine condition with no fading bumping or rubbing. Internally, the book is near fine with occasional spotting mainly confined to the uncut edges, a small corner crease to one text page and light rubbing to the very bottom edge of one plate. The chemise and slip case are very good with a little rubbing to the spine of the chemise and to the bottom leather edge of the slipcase. All in all a very desirable edition of this iconic work in a stunning binding.

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        The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce

      The Neale Publishing Company 19091912, New York - Twelve volumes, complete Octavo. three-quarter brown morocco over brown cloth, spines with raised bands decorated and lettered in gilt, front and back covers ruled in gilt, top edges gilt, title page of each volume within ornamental border by Frederick Polley. #42 of 250 sets, first volume with limitation page numbered and signed by Ambrose Bierce, frontispiece portrait of the author with tissue guard present. Bierce was born in a log cabin at Horse Cave Creek in Meigs County, Ohio, in 1842. First finding his voice in newspapers, Bierce became a prolific author of short stories often humorous and sometimes bitter or macabre. He is renowned as a pioneering writer of realist fiction. For his horror writing, Michael Dirda ranked him alongside Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft. His war stories influenced Stephen Crane, Ernest Hemingway, and others, and he was considered an influential and feared literary critic. He spoke out against oppression and supported civil and religious freedoms. In December 1913, Bierce traveled to Chihuahua, Mexico, to gain first-hand experience of the Mexican Revolution. He disappeared, and was rumored to be traveling with rebel troops. He was never seen again. The Titles are:Vol I - Ashes of the Beacon, The Land Beyond the Blow, For the Ahkoond, John Smith, Liberator, Bits of Auto Biography. -1909Vol II - In the Midst of Life (Tales of Soldiers and Civilians) -1909Vol III - Can Such Things Be? -1910Vol IV - Black Beetles in Amber -1911Vol VI - The Monk and The Hangman's Daughter, Fantastic Fables -1911Vol VII - The Devil's Dictionary -1911Vol VIII - Negligible Tales, On With The Dance, Epigrams - 1911Vol IX - Tangential Views - 1911Vol X - The Opinionator - 1911Vol XI - Antepenultimata -1912Vol XII - In Motley, Kings of Beasts, Two Administrations, Miscellaneous - 1912. Bright, clean, tight, with chipping to fore edge and corners, front joint of a few volumes slightly cracked, spines slightly darkened, endpapers with slight offsetting #42 of 250 sets, first volume with limitation page numbered and signed by Ambrose Bierce, frontispiece portrait of the author with tissue guard present [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Letter Signed to Temple

      Written in ink in Shackleton's characteristic hand on a single 8vo folded sheet. 3pp. & 1 integral blank. 9 Lower Regent St.[but Somerset], [Aug.] 13th [

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        Mr Heinemanns List of forthcoming books

      Numerous photographic illustrations. Tall 8vo. Fine in original printed wrappers. Trace residue of glue to stitching. 24pp. London, Heinemann, Autumn,

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        The Historians of Greece: The history of Herodotus; The history of Thucydides; The history of Xenophon [12 Volume set]

      Tandy-Thomas, New York 1909 - An attractive leather-bound set. 12 volumes, complete as issued. Copy #69 of 1000 numbered sets issued of the Olympic edition. Bound in 3/4 green morocco over textured green cloth, spines with raised bands and gilt tooling, top edges gilt (spines and edges faded to brown, some spotting and minor wear). Notes: Thomas Mathew Alexander, editor in chief. "This edition is strictly limited to one thousand signed, numbered and registered sets ." Description: 12 volumes : illustrations, plans ; 24 cm Contents: v. 1-4: The history of Herodotus / translated by George Rawlinson -- v. 5-7: The history of Thucydides / translated by Benjamin Jowett -- v. 8-12: The history of Xenophon / translated by Henry Graham Dakyns. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Werke Philos von Alexandria in deutscher Übersetzung. Herausgegeben von Leopold Cohn. Teil 1 bis 6 komplett. [Fortgeführt von I. Heinemann und M. Adler]. - Handexemplar Rudolf Bultmanns.

      Breslau: Marcus / Breslau: Stefan Münz 1909-1938. - VII, (3), 409, (7), 426; VI, (2), 331, (1); (4), 187, (8), 294 Seiten. Handexemplar von Rudolf Bultmann mit dessen handschriftlichen Besitzeinträgen und Erwerbsdaten auf den Vorsätzen (Band 1/2 & 4/5 "Bultmann Marburg", Band 3 "Bultmann Breslau 1919"). Die Bände mit gelegentlichen eigenhändigen Annotaten, Unterstreichungen und knappen Anmerkungen Bultmanns. Es liegen 3 verso beschriftete Briefumschläge, Notizzettel und Briefe an Bultmann bei (aus Sparsamkeit hatte Bultmann die Angewohnheit, aufgeschnittene Briefumschläge für seine Notizen zu benutzen). - Band 3 und 6 liegen in Einzelbänden, Band 1+2 und 3+4 in jeweils einem Doppelband vor. Die Bände schlicht und etwas abweichend gebunden, gemäß der sukzessiven Erwerbungsgeschichte. - Kanten und Deckel gering berieben, bei Band 3 etwas stärker. Ppaier etwas gebräunt und in Band 3 minimal fleckig; dieser am stärksten durchgearbeitet, aber noch gut. Vereinzelte kleinere Eselohren und Knickspuren. Die Papier-Rückenschilder teilweise mit kleinen Ausbrüchen. - Insgesamt gutes Exemplar. - Von Rudolf Bultmann v.a. als Ergänzung zu der sehr viel stärker durchgearbeiteten altgriechischen Ausgabe (ebenfalls von Cohn herausgegeben, siehe unser weiteres Angebot) benutztes Exemplar. - Philo gehörte zu den von Bultmann hoch geschätzten Autoren, er hat sich wiederholt (u.a. im Rahmen seiner Habilitation) mit Philo auseinandergesetzt. - Die vorliegende Ausgabe der Opera hat er sukzessive ab 1919 erworben und mit soliden, aber schlichten Einbänden versehen lassen, für die er die Rückenschilder selbst anfertigte und beschriftete (der sparsame Bultmann kam aus dem Oldenburger Land). - Für Bultmann werkgeschichtlich interessantes Dokument. - (= Schriften der jüdisch-hellenistischen Literatur in deutscher Übersetzung, Band 1). Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 6000 Gr. 8° (23,5 x 16,5 cm). Halbleinenbände der Zeit mit handschriftlichen Papier-Rückenschildern, teilweise mit Buntpapierbezügen und gesprenkelten Schnitten. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Heart of the Antarctic - Two Volumes with an Account of the First Journey to the South Magnetic Pole

      William Heinemann Ltd., London, 1909 - First Edition: two volumes, octavo; hardcover, with silver-gilt spine titles, upper board titles and decorations and blind rules to the boards; 854pp. [xlviiipp. + 372pp. + xvpp. + 419pp.], untrimmed, top edges gilt, with two monochrome portrait frontispieces (a tissue guard to that in Volume I), 191 plates likewise, 1 separate folding sheet of panoramas, 3 folding colour maps, 12 colour plates and many black-and-white illustrations. Moderate wear; both volumes shaken and rolled; spine extremities softened with splitting along the hinges; spine heads pulled and spines sunned; boards lightly rubbed a gilt tarnished in places; text block edges spotted; offset to the endpapers; previous owner's name in ink to the flyleaves; retailers' ink stamps and bookplates to the front pastedowns. No dustwrappers. Very good. Postage quoted is for a standard format octavo book. Final charges may vary depending on size and weight.

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        La maison du péché. Ouvrage orné d'eaux-fortes originales en couleurs de Henri Jourdain.

      Paris, La Société du Livre d'Art, l'Imprimerie Nationale. 1909 - 4°. 2 Bl., 355 S., 1 Bl. mit zahlr. farb. Orig.-Radierungen. Mauvefarbiger Ldr. um 1940 mit goldgepr. Rückentitel, farb. floraler Ornamentik, Innenkantenverg., Kopfgoldschnitt u. Seidenmoiree-Vorsätzen (sign. [Henri] Creuzevault). Mahé III, 537. - Eines von 99 Exemplaren für die Mitglieder der Société du Livre d'Art. - In hervorragenden Meistereinband des berühmten franz. Buchbinders H. Creuzevault (1905-1971), der mehrfach ausgezeichnet wurde u.a. mit dem "Premier Prix de reliure" auf der Exposition Internationale in Paris 1937. - Gelenke minimal berieben, sehr gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, [1909]. First edition. As the English, but bound in olive green cloth rather than the dark blue of the English issue. Sheets and plates all most probably printed in England as this is essentially the same as the English issue but for the colour of the cloth. With 30 color plates tipped-in within ornamental borders, and with black and white drawings on almost every page, all by W. Heath Robinson. Descriptive tissue guards, each with a miniature line illustration. Pictorial title and fifty-nine black and white illustration sin the text. Title printed in red and black. Large 4to, original olive green cloth lettered and elaborately decorated in gilt with fine pictorial designs on the upper cover and spine. An unusally nice copy of this lovely book, the binding and text are both very fine and the plates all pristine and as mint, the cloth and gilt quite bright and very well preserved. FIRST EDITION OF THIS VERY BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED WORK BY RUDYARD KIPLING. THE W. HEATH ROBINSON ILLUSTRATIONS ARE SUPERB BY ANY MEASURE. The trade edition of this volume was issued to benefit the "Daily Telegraph" National Bands Fund, and includes the text of a speech given by Kipling on the subject: "From the lowest point of view, a few drums and fifes in a battalion are worth five extra miles on a route march...." Robinson's highly sensuous illustrations perfectly complement Kipling's poems of British seafaring around the world. The grand poem, SONG OF THE ENGLISH is followed by six subsidiary poems likely composed while the Kiplings were living in Vermont. The theme underlying much of this collection is that the English are the Chosen under the Lord. This is one of Kipling's earliest verses specifically setting out his vision of the British Empire, and the duties which it imposes on the English people. His definition of 'the English' is wide, certainly embracing the people of the overseas Empire, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, but arguably also the Americans among whom he lived in the years working on the collection. "The next important task I undertook, was the illustration of an edition of Rudyard Kipling's A SONG OF THE ENGLISH to be the year 1908. It became necessary for me to meet the author and discuss the proposed book with him. For this purpose, I traveled down to Burwash where he lived at that time. This was an excursion I shall always remember. I was met a Heathfield and journeyed thence in a motor-car. There were few cars on the road in those days and this in itself was a joyful experience as we drove through the pleasant Sussex lanes. Bateman's, the house at Burwash, where Rudyard Kipling lived, was a fine old building with stone mullioned windows. It was in the midst of wind-blown Sussex country. Three was a faint smell of the sea in the air wafting across the few miles of country from the shore where the Coastwise lights of England watch the ships of England go. It was a fitting setting in which to find the author of A SONG OF THE ENGLISH. He met and entertained me with a quiet affability, which speedily removed the shyness I felt at first in his presence. Before long I was quite at home with him. His own knowledge of illustration gave him an appreciation of the artist's point of view. While making suggestions, he realized that the illustrator must have a free a hand as possible. His sympathetic understanding of my part in the undertaking made me feel tha I was consulting with a brother artist. I spent a happy and for me a helpful day. It was a great inspiration for the work I had in hand to be in such close association with the author's interesting personalty,. i am always glad to remember that he was satisfied with my illustrations to his book." (W. Heath Robinson, MY LINE OF LIFE. pp. 126-127)

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        The Works

      Houghton Mifflinand Company, Boston and New York 1909 - Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflinand Company, 1909. Full leather. Twenty-five volumes. Octavo. The Works of George Eliot. The Large Paper Edition is limited to seven hundred and fifty copies which this is number one. Hand colored frontispiece to each volume, illustrated throughout set. Bound in full brown crushed morocco with double rules and elaborate scroll pattern surrounding the covers all in gilt, spine with raised bands in six compartments with gilt motif, gilt titles, top edge gilt, inner covers multiple gilt rules and scroll pattern of tan morocco, water silk free endpaper. A beautiful set in fine binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Traumdeutung. 2. verm. Auflage.

      Leipzig-Wien, Franz Deuticke, 1909. - Seltene zweite Ausgabe. - „Für mich hat dieses Buch nämlich noch eine andere subjektive Bedeutung, die ich erst nach seiner Beendigung verstehen konnte. Es erwies sich mir als ein Stück meiner Selbstanalyse, als meine Reaktion auf den Tod meines Vaters, also auf das bedeutsamste Ereignis, den einschneidendsten Verlust im Leben eines Mannes" (Vorwort). - „Dies ist zweifellos Freuds größtes Einzelwerk. Es enthält alle Grundzüge der psychoanalytischen Theorie und Praxis" (Carter/Muir, Bücher die die Welt verändern, S. 697). - Einband etw. fleckig u. leicht bestoßen. Vorderdeckel m. Nummernschild. Titel gestempelt. Min. gebräunt. - Grinstein 227; vgl. Carter/Muir 389 u. PMM 577. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 500 Gr.-8°. 1 Bl., VI S., 1 Bl., 386 S., 2 Bll., Etw. späterer HLwd.-Bd. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild.

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      1909 - London: Frederick Warne and Co., 1909. Original pale buff boards decorated in dark green, with color pictorial onlay. First Edition of this tale about a country village store, run by a tom-cat named Ginger and a terrier named Pickles. Ginger and Pickles do very well -- sort of: sales are great, since they provide unlimited credit, but they don't seem to care whether or not they ever get paid. Beatrix Potter based the tale upon an actual shop in Smithy Lane, Sawrey -- close to her Hill Top Farm.~This was the third of her books to be issued in the larger format -- though beginning in 1930 it was reduced in size to the small format, along with "The Tale of" being added to the title (at that time two illustrations were modified to show biscuits and soap available in 1930). Copies were issued in pale olive green or in buff-colored boards; this copy is the latter. Condition is near-fine (spine slightly darkened, but scarcely any wear other than one small mark on the rear cover). Linder p. 428. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The short cut to India. The record of a journey along the route of the Baghdad Railway.

      Edinburgh Blackwood 1909 - First edition. 8vo., xiii, 381pp., 2 pages ads at end, large folding coloured map, numerous photographic plates, original pictorial red cloth, a very good copy. The author was a Scots journalist who was special correspondent to The Times. The author of several books on the region, this one recounts his experiences travelling by train from Constantinople to the Persian Gulf just before the Young Turks Revolution. Ghani 139. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gullivers Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World

      J.M. Dent, London 1909 - First Edition, Gullivers Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World illustrated by Arthur Rackham. First Edition, Published by J. M. Dent, London 1909. Gullivers Travels has bright, red cloth boards with bright gilt illustrations. Colour is faded a little on the spine but otherwise the colour is vibrant and clean. Slight bowing of the covers. Binding is tight and square with gold gilt on the top page edge. Contents all clean and mark free. Contains twelve full colour plates, all with intact tissue guards. Also several line drawings and original illustrated end papers. 291 printed pages. Trade edition. Approx 9 x 6". Gullivers Travels is Jonathan Swift's best known full-length work. The classic story is regarded as a children's fantasy adventure story and a satire of society of the time of writing in 1726. The story describes how Gulliver becomes stranded and then captured by the miniature people, the Lilliputian. The story lends itself remarkably well for the fine illustrations of Arthur Rackham. Note: "Most of the designs appeared as line drawings in an edition published by the present publishers in 1899. They have since been worked over, revised, and coloured by the artist, while some entirely new designs have been added. The edition of Gullivers Travels is designed "virginibus puerisque" (for boys and girls). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Perdus dans l’Arctique

      Mame - Récit de l'expédition de "L'Alabama", 1909 à 1912, par le capitaine danois Ejnar Mikkelsen. Traduction de Charles Laroche. Tours, Maison Mame, sans date (1913 ?). In-4° (22 x 30 cm) en percaline rouge (reliure de l'éditeur). 389 pages, dont une carte dépliante en couleur. Très bon état !! Pas de ressaut de cahier. Toutes tranches dorées. Story of the « Alabama » expedition, 1909 to 1912 by Danish Captain Ejnar Mikkelsen. Translated by Charles Laroche. Tours, Mame House. 4 to (22x30cm), in red buckram (Publisher’s binding). 389 pages and a colored folding map. Very good state. Gold fore-edges. Très bon état ! Mots clés : - Expéditions - Mikkelsen ejnar - Edition originale ***** Veuillez avoir l'amabilité de prendre contact avec le vendeur avant tout achat pour définir les frais de port qui peuvent être moins élevés que ceux affichés sur Abebooks. Would you be so kind to get in touch with the seller, before buying, in order to precisely define the shipment costs, which might be lower than the ones defined by Abebooks? [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Poems Second Series

      London: A.H. Bullen, 1909. Near Fine. First edition. Frontispiece portrait of Yeats by Alvin Langdon Coburn. Publisher's blue cloth decorated on the spine in gilt. Some foxing on the title page, endpapers, and a little in the text, light wear on the boards, a handsome, near fine copy.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Orientalische Erzählungen. Doppeltitel von Marcus Behmer.

      Insel, Leipzig 1909 - Vier Bände. Leipzig, Insel 1909 - 1910. Zus. 1566 S., HLdrbde. (die Rücken minim. verblaßt). Sonst tadelloses Exemlar im Leinenschuber. Sarkowski 1725. * Dieses Exemplar in signierten Meistereinbänden von Roland Meuter: Halbfranzbände mit nachtblauem Maroquinleder, die Rücken mit Stempel- und Bogensatzdekor handvergoldet, die Kopfschnitte ebenfalls handvergoldet u. mit gepunztem Dekor. Jeder Band wurde mit einem anderen handoleographierten Papier überzogen, die Kapitale in passenden Farben von Hand gestochen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hieratische Lesestücke für den akademischen Gebrauch. 3 Hefte (komplett). 1. Alt- und mittelhieratische Texte. 2. Literarische Texte des Neuen Reiches. 3. Musterbriefe und geschäftliche Texte des Neuen Reiches. Anhänge: Späthgieratisches; Steininschrift.

      Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1909 - 1910. Originalausgabe 25, 42, 34 Bl. Hardcover Originalausgabe 1909/10, 3 Bände (komplett). Provenienzexemplar: Besitzeinträge und -stempel des Ägyptologen Alexander Scharff (1892 - 1950) auf Vorderdeckeln bzw. innen. OHLn. Einbände bestoßen, Vorderdeckel von Bd. 1 angebrochen. Buchrücken m. starkem Abrieb. Bindungen lädiert. Zustand der Seiten gut - moderate Seitennachdunkelung, Text bis auf vereinzelte Bleistiftnotizen sauber. Insgesamt akzeptabler Zustand, Neubindung wird empfohlen. mbx --- Dieses Buch stammt aus dem Nachlass des Schweizer Ägyptologen Peter Kaplony (1933 - 2011), von 1970 bis 2000 Assistenzprofessor für Ägyptologie an der Universität Zürich. Wir haben ca. 1000 Titel aus seiner Sammlung im Bestand - sprechen Sie uns an! Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Guide Pratique d'Education Physique

      Paris: Vuibert at Nony, (1909). Paris: Vuibert at Nony. (1909). The first edition (1909) of this dense, 508 page, illustrated tome by the French naval officer who developed the Natural Method of training that led to the development of the parcours du combatant (military obstacle course). Both the method and the courses fueled the compulsions of a Vietnamese-French orphan turned Paris fire fighter named Raymond Belle, whose legendary physical prowess inspired his son, David Belle, to turn the methods of "parcours" into parkour, which is undergoing a renaissance more than a century after Hebert's insistence that training be fully functional and involve walking, running, jumping, climbing, lifting, throwing, swimming, balance, and techniques for defense and rescue. As best as we can tell, this was Hebert's first book, and it was followed by a series of volumes on the Natural Method. Here presented in original wrappers, foxed at the edges, pages uncut, and for all practical purposes already separated at the spine into five signatures: a possible candidate for rebinding. First Edition. Softcover.

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        Under the Stars and Bars a History of the Surry Light Artillery (1909)

      Everett Waddey Company. Very Good. 1909. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Hardcover. 1909. Everett Waddey Company. 297 pages. Weak hinges and some wear, else Very Good condition. First Printing. Howes J-192. Owners name on endpaper. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 297 pages .

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        Introduction à l'étude du Manuel de V. Pareto [ Avec : ] Manuel d'Economie Politique [ Edition originale de la Traduction française ]

      V. Giard & E. Brière ; Marcel Giard. Augmentée d'un appendice mathématique du Prof. A. de Pietri Tonelli (Introduction), Traduit sur l'édition italienne par Alfred Bonnet revue par l'auteur (Manuel), 1 vol. in-8 reliure demi-percaline jaune, Marcel Giard, Paris, 1927, 46 pp. et Bibliothèque Internationale d'Economie Politique, V. Giard & E. Brière, Paris, 1909, 695 pp. Rare exemplaire de la première édition de la traduction française (revue par Pareto), en bel état, auquel on a joint la rare "introduction à l'étude du Manuel de V. Pareto" rédigée par G.-H. Bousquet. Bon exemplaire en bon état, provenant de la bibliothèque du Professeur Bousquet. Le professeur Georges-Henri Bousquet (1900-1978) était juriste et économiste de formation initiale (docteur en droit en 1923, avec une thèse sur "L'évolution sociale en Hollande 1914-1922"), qui enseigna notamment aux facultés d'Alger puis de Bordeaux. Il fut également un économiste ami de Pareto et Schumpeter, ainsi qu'un islamisant de l'école de Goldziher et Snouck-Hugronje. Proche de son maître en sociologie Vilfredo Pareto, il servit fortement sa pensée et entretint avec une correspondance avec lui. Il avait connut personnellement, outre Joseph Schumpeter et Pareto, Irving Fisher ainsi que Albert Aupetit, disciple de Léon Walras. On peut signaler que G.-H. Bousquet est l'un des rares économistes français contemporains dont le nom est cité plusieurs fois par Schumpeter dans son Histoire de l'Analyse Economique. Avec Pareto, G.-H. Bousquet entretint une correspondance, et publia de nombreux travaux ou traductions du grand sociologue italien. Concernant le "Manuel" de Pareto, Bousquet écrit : "Si jamais livre a porté un titre inexact, c'est bien celui-ci. Le Manuel n'a rien de commun avec les autres avec les autres manuels d'Economie Politique : il ne saurait être mis entre les mains d'étudiants de force moyenne. Il s'adresse exclusivement à ceux qui, ayant déjà une forte culture économique, veulent apprendre du nouveau chez un esprit des plus profonds, mais aussi bien original". Français

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        SOGNO DI UNA NOTTE DI MEZZA ESTATE. Con illustrazioni di Arturo Rackham. Traduzione di Diego Angeli.

      Bergamo, IIAG, s.d. (1909). In-8 gr., tela edit., decoraz. e tit. oro al piatto, tagli super. dorati, pp. (6),142, con delicati disegni nel t. e 40 bellissime tavv. a colori f.t., applic. su cartoncino, realizzate dal grande illustratore inglese Arthur Rackham (1867-1939). Le tavv. sono precedute da velina con didascalia. Non comune prima edizione italiana con queste illustrazioni. Cfr. Pagliaini,II, p. 540 - Benezit,XI, p. 376 che naturalmente cita anche quest'opera. Pregiata edizione, molto ben conservata.

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        Porträt Anna Muthesius mit Laute. Platindruck.

      Auf dem großen Japanbogen handschriftlich signiert "R. u. M. Dührkoop", verso auf dem O.-Unterlagenblatt bezeichnet u.r. "Frau Geheimrat/Anna Muthesius/August 1909", gelöschter Bibliotheksstempel, u.l. Stempel "Rudolf Dührkoop". Im Druck u.l. mit Trockenstempel "Dührkoop". Auf Japanpapier und Karton original-montiert. 17,7 x 16,5 cm Porträt der Anna Muthesius als Halbfigur. Die ausgebildete Konzertsängerin und Ehefrau des Architekten und Gründers des Deutschen Werkbundes Anna Muthesius (1870 Aschersleben - 1961 Berlin) wirkte u.a. auch als Innenarchitektin und Modedesignerin. - Minya Dührkoop begann 14jährig als Assistentin im Atelier ihres Vaters Rudolf D. zu arbeiten. Seit Rudolf Dührkoop um 1900 zwei Filialen in Berlin eröffnete, betrieb sie selbständig das Hamburger Studio.

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        Exlibris für Emma Bacher.

      1909 - Heliogravüre, in der Platte monogrammiert OK, 7,5 x 6 cm. - Als Original dem Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Exlibris-Gesellschaft 1909 beigegeben. Abgebildet bei Schweiger (Der junge Kokoschka) 94. - Frühe expressionistische Graphik, die mit ihren Frauendarstellungen an die Kunstschau-Plakate von 1908 und 1909 anknüpft und in der damaligen Kunstszene Aufsehen erregte. Emma Bacher war die Gattin des Wiener Juweliers und Kunstmäzens Paul Bacher, der 1904 die Galerie Miethke erwarb und hier der von der Secession abgespaltenen Klimt-Gruppe Gelegenheit zu Ausstellungen bot. Nach seinem Tod (1907) übernahm Emma Bacher die Leitung der Galerie; 1911 heiratete sie den Künstler Richard Teschner.

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        THE CRIME OF THE CONGO. The Rare Early English Edition in original Pictorial Wrappers !

      London ;- Hutchinson & Co. October 1909 - Very Scarce "45TH Thousand" Edition of this Classic Conan Doyle Rarity. Frontispiece. 128pps. Original pictorial paper wrappers (creased & little chipped) A Good Copy. (Green & Gibson B8a.) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1909 - 1909 Original Hardback Wisden, Very Good Condition

      1909. Hi, This lot is an 1909 Original Hardback Wisden. In Superb condition The boards are very clean with excellent, extremely bright gilt, a couple of small marks can be seen at an angle in the light but feint. The hinges are very strong and the yellow pastedowns in top condition and very bright yellow. The photoplate is very good and internally a nice clean book. Internally as good as any books you will see. Very picky but turning of the boards at the very tips of the corners.

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        THREE YEARS IN TIBET With the Original Japanese Illustrations.

      Theosophist Office Madras ... Banares and London 1909. . 1st Ed. in English. Large 8vo. xv + 719pp. 2 ports. of the Author, 9 plates including 1 folding, folding map, 63 text ills. Some very light browning, last 5 leaves sl. creased, Ex.-Easton Neston lib. with sm. bookplate, original gilt lettered cloth, spine very sl. faded and bumped, minor marking. Classic work from the first documented traveller from Japan to Tibet. The author, a Japanese Buddhist monk, travelling on foot mainly, went in search of Sanskrit manuscripts in Tibet. Travelling through Bengal, Nepal, Tibet and Sikkim, he accurately describes the peoples and the countries. The author mistakenly identifies Mount Gaurishanjkara as ‘the highest peak in the world'. US$858

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        Grimm's Fairy Tales

      Contable & Co Ltd, London 1909 - 1909 First Illustrated edition hardback, with all 64 tipped in colour illustrations present, clean and with tissue guards. Translated by Mrs Edgar Lucas contain 60 tales including The Frog Prince, Hansel and Grethel, Little Red Riding Hood, The Golden Goose, The Adventures of Chanticleer and Partlet. Front seam has split , small stain to end papers , hinges strong and all pages still tight in binding. Red cloth covers clean but with some surface blemishes as per photos. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Inventaire Descriptif des Monuments Cams de l'Annam: Planches [Publications de l'École Française d'Extrême-Orient, Volume XI & Volume XI bis, Inventaire Archéologique de l'Indochine, II, Monuments Cams de l'Annam, Planches] (TEXT AND PLATES VOLUMES). 2-Vol. set (Complete)

      Imprimerie Nationale; Ernest Leroux, Éditeur, Paris 1909 - Quarto (10 3/4 x 7" (Text vol.); 11 x 7" (Plates vol.)). xx, 598pp (Text vol.); xvii, [1]pp (booklet), cxiv (114) loose leaves (Plates), as issued (Plates vol.). Text volume bound in modern black cloth. with gold lettering to spine. Booklet and plates housed in a modern 11 1/2 x 7 3/4" grey cloth box retaining the original printed covers and title along spine. This stunning set of archaeologist Henri Parmentier's "Inventaire Descriptif des Monuments Cams de l'Annam" (Descriptive inventory of the Cham monuments of Annam) describes the monuments of Champa, the treasures of its kings and reports on the results of excavations on the sites of the ancient cities of Champa.* The text volume contains no less than 134 in-text and full-page figs.The 114 plates contained in the Plates volume are full-page and folded b/w illustrations of plans, floor plans, drawings of ancient monuments, as well as seven folded color maps. [WITH]A large 17 1/2 x 25 1/2" folded color plan of Angkor Vat dated September 1930, after the 1909 plans by French Lieutenants Buat and Ducret, revised by Henri Parmentier.Ex-library copy with sticker at upper front covers, sticker at tail of spines, and bookplate on inside of front covers. Original covers on box heavily foxed. Text and captions in French. Text volume: Binding and interior in very good condition; Plates volume: Box in good- to good, interior (booklet, map and plates) in very good condition. * "Champa was an Indic civilization that flourished along the coasts of what is now central and southern Vietnam for roughly a thousand-year period between 500 and 1500 AD. The artistic legacy of Champa consists primarily of sandstone sculptures - both sculpture in the round and relief sculpture - and brick buildings. Some metal statues and decorative items have also survived. Much of the remaining art expresses religious themes, and though some pieces would have been purely decorative, others would have served important functions in the religious life of the Chams, which synthesized elements of Hinduism (especially Saivism), Buddhism and indigenous cults. This artistic legacy has been decimated by neglect, war, and vandalism. Much of the damage has been done in the 20th century. Some French scholars such as Henri Parmentier and Jean Boisselier were able to take photographs, create drawings, and pen descriptions of works which have been destroyed in the meantime." (From Wikipedia). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        (Photograph): Italian Athletic Club. Base Ball Team -- Season 1909. Barre, Vermont

      Barre, Vermont: C. Baris Studio, 1909. Fine. Gelatin silver photograph. Approximately 13.25" x 10.5" mounted on a thick card printed in silver and measuring approximately 20" x 14". A trifle rubbed at the corners of the mount, overall fine, with the image particularly sharp. the picture depicts a dozen men in uniform with gloves, one young man (presumably the bat boy) in uniform, and nine men in suit and tie. Each is identified with either their position, or in the case of the suited men, their place in the management of the team. In the middle of the picture is displayed a sign or banner that reads "1909 I.A.C. Amateur Champions of Stare. Barre, Vermont." Presumably I.A.C. stands for "Italian Athletic Clubs". A splendid image of Italian-American baseball players.

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        Cours d'analyse de l'Ecole de polytechnique. Tome I, Calcul Differentiel, Tome II. Calcul Integral. Tome III. Calcul Integral, Equations Differentielles

      Troisieme Edition, 620+705+623 pages sider, Gauthier-Villars, Paris, 1909-1915, Bound in 3 very fine contemporary half calf with raised bands goldprint on spines, very fine with as good as no wear

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