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        Anne of Avonlea

      Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd. 1909 - 1909. First Impression. 367 pages. No dust jacket. Beige pictorial cloth with gilt lettering. Coloured frontispiece by George Gibbs. Distinct tanning to the endpapers. Some small brown stains (approx. 2cm) to few pages throughout. Previous owner's inscriptions on frontispiece & dedication page. Front hinge cracked. Page missing after front endpaper. Small insect worn holes to edges of pages 101-126. Boards are mildly worn, with bumping to edges and corners. Small splits (approx. 1cm) to spine ends. Spine is distinctly tanned. Pictorial plate on front is chipped (approx. 3cm) & heavily soiled. Visible soiling, small brown stains (approx. 1cm) and other noticeable markings all over the boards. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Poemi. A cura di Cesare Blanc

      Stab.Tip. Aldino, 1909. in-8 Qualche macchiolina e piccole mancanze alla copertina accenno di piccola bruciatura alla parte inferiore delle prime 24 pagine senza alcuna compromissione del testo foro di tarlo alle ultime 20 carte Edizione originale stampata in soli 250 esemplari quasi interamente in bicromatico rosso e nero su carta forte.

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        Mein Training und meine Tricks.

      Leipzig / Berlin / München / Paris, Grethlein 1909. Original pictorial binding. 77 pages, with many illustrations after photographs. -- One of the rarest picthbooks by Houdini. -- backside of the binding some stained, corners a bit rubbed, title and foreleaf with antique exlibris-stamp from a german athletic sports-teacher from around 1910 - a very good copy. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Lovers of theHorse. Brief Sketches of Men and Women of the Dominion of Canada Devotedto the Noblest of Animals.

      Toronto. The Hunter, Rose Company, Limited.1909.. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Folio. 32cm, 30.5cm, first edition, x,230p., [limited edition],this being No. 46. with hundreds of plates and illustrations fromphotographs, (horses and portraits), a fine heavy weight paper, bound infull contemporary black mor-occo, gilt titles and blind ruled boards onthe spine and upper cover, early expertly rebacked, all edges gilt,inner leather hinges, marbled endpapers, bevelled boards, armorialbookplate, some occasional slight wear on the edges but a fine soundcopy, very rare. (cgc) I have not had, seen or heard of this bookpreviously. No auction records and catalogue listing located. Most copieson Amicus or Worldcat on microfiche. Amicus indicates "Filmed from a copyof the original publication held by the North York Public Library." A&Elocates one copy: Dora Hood, cracked at the spine, 1941. Subjectsinclude: Founding of Ontario Jockey Club; driving and riding clubs;Ottawa Hunt Club; Polo in Canada; etc. Accounts of well known horseowners, etc. .

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        Barber Genealogy in Two Sections

      John Barber White 1909 - Barber Genealogy (In Two Sections). Section I - Descendants of Thomas Barber of Windsor Connecticut 1614-1909. Section II - Descendants of John Barber of Worcester Massachusetts 1714-1909. Published by John Barber White. Edited by Lillian May Wilson. Printed by the Press of the Nichols Print in 1909. First Edition. 659 pages of text, with a 164 page index. 9.5" x 6.75" x 3.5" wide. The book is in very good plus to near fine condition. Some minor wear and scuffing to the green cloth boards. Gilt lettering on spine is bright and fresh. Front hinge tender and starting, rear hinge cracked. The textblock is very clean and remarkably well preserved. Likely the best copy extant. Inventory #(G6-3) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Feuilles d'automne.

      Bienne, Ph. Robert, 1909.In-folio de 45-[3]pages et 18 pl. sous serpentes légendées, pleine toile verte d'éditeur ornée au premier plat du titre estampé en deux teintes. Coiffe supérieure frottée, toile un peu passée, petite marque au second plat. Intérieur sans aucuns défauts. Illustré de 18 planches en photochromie [!] de Philippe Robert. Très belle publication dont on estime le tirage autour de 1200 exemplaires, le nôtre, exemplaire n°30. Imprimé sur beau papier vergé teinté gris fabriqué à Fabriani par la maison Miliani, les caractères typographiques ont été dessiné par Eugène Grasset. Elégant volume art nouveau, de la nature aux arts appliqués. Tout les textes sont dans de beaux encadrements dûs à l'auteur.

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        La Gardienne de l'Idole Noire. Manuscrit, lettres, jeux d'épreuves.

      Paris, vers 1909 ; in-4, reliure de l'époque postérieure demi-basane framboise à coins. Recueil de documents relatifs à la publication d'un roman de Maurice Maindron. Dans le volume ont été reliés : un manuscrit complet de 84 pp., signé et daté de juillet 1908. La signature est autographe, pas le manuscrit ; un jeu d'épreuves (28 ff. in-4, recto seul imprimé) ; un portrait gravé sur bois par Millot ; une notice sur Maurice Maindron avec portrait ; une correspondance échangée entre Maindron et A. Baschet, de la revue l'Illustration qui devait faire paraître le roman dans ses colonnes. Seulement la revue a pris du retard (18 mois), le projet n'a pas abouti et le roman a finalement été publié en librairie en 1910 chez Lemerre, puis en édition illustrée par Leloir.

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        Midshipman's Journal with 42 Drawings, Two Large Naval Photograph Albums, and a Personal Manuscript Journal of Captain Charles Ford Hammill

      Unknown to many historians and seldom recorded in genealogies, Captain Charles Ford Hammill was the son of Captain Tynte Ford Hammill who participated in the bombardment of Alexandria in 1882 as well as the Gordon Relief Expedition of 1884-1885. Both his father's and his brother's naval papers are held in British museums. Finally, Charles' archive now unexpectedly presents itself for acquisition. [United Kingdom, Africa, Ceylon, Middle East, 1909-1928] - The personal naval archive of Captain Charles Ford Hammill (born 1891), seemingly the only comprehensive record of this Captain's noteworthy career with the Royal Navy, consisting of his skillfully illustrated manuscript midshipman's journal, and two extensive photograph albums captioned in detail in his hand. Accompanied by a manuscript journal of family history penned by the wife of his brother John (also a RN Captain), which reveals many of Charles' little-known appointments, and other fascinating matters including the devastating long-term impact of their father's death (Captain Tynte Ford Hammill). A visually pleasing naval archive replete with manuscript drawings and photographs. These are large and generous volumes, a visually captivating naval archive. The two photograph albums are oblong folio volumes measuring 37 x 27 x 4,5 cm and contain over 600 original photographs combined. The manuscript midshipman's journal is a splendid work of 265 pages of text, plus 42 hand drawn and coloured sea charts and mechanical drawings, a folio volume issued by the Royal Navy. Charles Ford Hammill, RN, CIE, Senior Naval Officer, Persian Gulf Division (born 27 November 1891) is best known for his notable service during the Second World War, in particular for commanding HMS Cornwall during the search for the German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee in 1939, and then intercepting French ships in the Bight of Benin in 1940. Very little else seems to be recorded about his life and career. His name is found in only one entry of all the more popular genealogical sources, the details of which are corroborated in one of the present volumes. This, his personal archive, together with his sister-in-law's manuscript account of his family's history, seems to be the only comprehensive record of his naval service, and his connection to the Ford-Hammill lineage. Quite possibly the most thorough documentation of his career to be found anywhere, all of his naval appointments are logged in the manuscript journal of his family's history, as well as family events from his childhood to his retirement from the navy. This volume contains an uncommonly generous amount of manuscript drawings with 39 technical diagrams and 8 maps, each being a precise and striking image drawn by his steady hand. Descending from a naval pedigree, Charles' brother was also a captain in the Royal Navy, and their father was Captain Tynte Ford Hammill who participated in the bombardment of Alexandria in 1882 as well as the Gordon Relief Expedition of 1884-1885. His maternal grandfather was Admiral Charles Schomberg who also participated in the two aforementioned campaigns. He also had uncles in the Navy. The archive includes the following: Midshipman's Journal of Charles Ford Hammill who proved himself a particularly talented draftsman, and keen marine in the making, in the three years of making log notes, drawings, and charts, from January 1909 to January 1912. His fine hand coloured sketches include precise mechanical works illustrations, painstakingly detailed ship plans, meticulous maps, and detailed nautical charts showing fleet formations and manoeuvres. Equally detailed are his descriptions of naval procedures and tasks, of life at sea, and of memorable events. Fastidiously, Charles records barometrical readings and nautical winds, duties performed on-board, pertinent news and notable events, not missing a calendar day. In standard format, the volume is a two-part work, the first section being a succinct chronological daily naval log, the second section containing detailed accounts illustrated with charts and diagrams, in this case numerous. Charles Hammill served on five vessels whilst keeping this naval log, HMS Shannon, HMS Dee, HMS Kale, HMS Defence, and HMS Temerraire (1907). [He graduated to Sub Lieutenant in 1912, and had reached the rank of Captain by the time he served in World War II.] The first entry is made 19 January 1909 on-board HMS Shannon, on which he would learn the fundamentals of seamanship. His inaugural oversees voyage, on-board HMS Defence, would see him to Cape Town and Simon's Bay, then to Sierra Leone, Saint Vincent in Cape Verde. On this voyage he was also granted a two week leave to visit Victoria Falls. The engineering drawings of HMS Temeraire are remarkable. With this vessel, from January 1911 to January 1912, he and his colleagues learned and practiced for battle, not knowing that these skills would be utilized only a few years later in the Great War. [With the re-organization of the home commands in response to the German naval threat HMS Temeraire became part of the newly-constituted First Battle Squadron in 1912.] Condition: Folio. 265 pages in manuscript, plus 42 hand drawn and coloured sea charts and mechanical drawings tipped in throughout, each initialled or signed by him. Occasional in-text sketches in the beginning of the volume, mainly chains or ensigns. (S. 519. Journal for the use of Junior Officers, issued by the Royal Navy, 1906.) Brown cloth over marbled boards, labelled to spine, original endpapers. Volume measures approximately 22 x 32 cm. Two large and well-captioned photograph albums illustrating Charles Hammill's long life at sea, specifically his lesser-known service prior to the Second World War. Includes numerous photographs taken while he was a midshipman and corresponding directly to the writings and diagrams made in his midshipman's journal. Large oblong folio albums, together containing 608 photographs and spanning the years 1905-1928. Photographs range in size, the largest measuring approximately 29 x 23 cm, and the smallest approximately 6 x 3,5 cm. Albums measure approximately 37 x 27 4,5 cm, leather bindings slightly worn especially at spine, otherwise in very good condition. The first album, containing 200 photographs, many of which are very large, begins with a manuscript illustrated title page of sorts, Charles Ford Hammill's name in calligraphy being surrounded by 25 illustrations of Naval heraldry, each representing one of his appointments, including specific vessels and naval colleges. Photographs begin at the Royal Navy College at Osborne, in 1905, and continue at the college in Dartsmouth, from where he would graduate from cadet to midshipman. Forming an uncommon and truly delightful visual chronicle to accompany his manuscript midshipman's journal, 107 photographs capture Charles' voyages and adventures as a young seaman beginning his naval career. Serving and learning on five vessels in three years, he travelled as far as São Vicente in the Cape Verde Islands, Cape Town in South Africa, and making an inland tour to Victoria Falls on the Zambezi. First World War navy campaigns ensue. Photographs suggest that Charles was serving on battleship HMS Colossus commanded by Admiral Sir William Edmund Goodenough during the Battle of Jutland in 1916, six snapshot views showing the shellfire damage to the forward superstructure, seen from the interior of the vessel and each captioned in detail. The arrival of the American Squadron to intimidate and defeat the Germans at Scapa Flow in 1917 is also shown. A highlight of this album are the photographs taken in the North Sea from HMS Lion, alongside Admiral of the Fleet Captain Chatfield during the confrontation and surrender of the German High Seas Fleet in November 1918. This album concludes with a photograph of King George V on board HMS Barham June 1917 as he visited the Grand Fleet. The second album of photographs, with 408 views, features inter-war assignments from 1921 to 1928, and essentially forms an impressive tour of the Eastern Hempisphere. Views of special interest, captured on a voyage on HMS Colombo, include Aden, Trincomalee in Sri Lanka, the Port Louis Harbour at Mauritius, and unique scenes in Tanzania including the government house at Dar-es-Salaam and a group of Askaris in Tanga, these followed by a snapshot photograph of a camel caravan at Kisimayu (Kismayo, Somalia), the city of Zanzibar, and a shooting expedition in Kenya. After a visit to Ceylon, three photographs are taken at Bahrein. The journey continued to Karachi, with an inland sojourn to Quetta, and then to Bombay, Calcutta, the Seychelles, and so on. From May to July the SS Uanstephan Castle saw him to Durban and past the ancient Sao Sebastao Fort of Mozambique. Charles' brother, Commander John Schomberg Hammill, and John's wife Anna who wrote the accompanying journal, are pictured on their wedding day. In 1926 Charles boarded HMS Royal Oak, affording him yet more travels, this time to Italy, Greece, Malta, Jerusalem, and Cairo. The remainder of the photographs are taken on the continent, John appearing again in uniform, and several illustrating Captain Charles Hammill's personal life. Manuscript Journal of Hammill family history, approximately 150 pages, penned by Anna, wife of Captain John Schomberg Hammill, and sister-in-law to Charles Ford Hammill whose midshipman's journal and photograph albums form the archive, both men being the sons of a naval hero, although they would not know their father as he died when they were but toddlers. A unique diary of sorts, Anna's journal essentially provides a chronology of the lives of the children of Tynte Ford Hammill who served in the Nile expedition for the relief of General Gordon, simultaneously with an account of her own life. She includes an endearing description of her mother, and some 3-4 pages which describe the financial circumstances of Tynte Hammill's death. In this memorandum we learn that his sons John and Charles were pressed by aunts and uncles to join the navy in order to support their widowed mother. Consequently, both began at a young age, Charles being 14 when he became a cadet. It seemed only fitting, as he had uncles who were seamen. On 1st February 1900 his uncle Charlie, took his from Portsmouth Dockyard to Spithead in the 'Resolution' (page 45 of Journal). Another uncle, General Sir George Augustus Schomberg KCB (1821-1907), Deputy Adjutant-General Royal Marines, is also mentioned. Anna's log records each naval appointment and promotion achieved by Charles, the same for her husband of course, important family events, the whereabouts of her relatives, and the like, in a neatly organized and lucid fashion. These pages contain details of the life and naval career of Charles Ford Hammill which may be otherwise unrecorded, some of which precede his midshipman's journal. Her family history journal / diary ends abruptly in 1957, two years before her death. Charles Ford Hammill, RN, CIE, Senior Naval Officer, Persian Gulf Division (born 27 November 1891, died sometime after 1960). Charles Ford Hammill - author of the midshipman's journal and compiler of the two photograph albums - is the son of Tynte Ford Hammill (1852-1894) and Anne Schomberg (daughter of Rear-Admiral Charles Frederick Schomberg and Helen Hartshorne). His father died of Malta Fever on 1 July 1894 at Linden House, Alverstoke, Hampshire, when Charles was but 3 years old, and his brother John 4 years old, and their sister Violet 7 years old. Ranks 19 April 1904 - became a Royal Navy cadet 1905 - Attending Royal Navy College, Osborne 1906 to 1907 - Attending Royal Navy College, Dartsmouth 1908 - Cadet on board HMS Cumberland 15 January 1909 - Midshipman 30 January 1912 - Sub Lieutenant 30 August 1913 - Lieutenant 30 August 1921 - Lieutenant-Commander January 1923 to January 1924 - Senior Staff, Chatham Gunnery School 31 December 1926 - Commander 30 June 1933 - Captain (Commodore) 9 January 1939 to 20 November 1940 - Warship Command, Captain of HMS Cornwall (56) 12 January 1943 - Retired from the Royal Navy [When the European War began in September 1939, under the command of Captain Charles Ford Hammill, HMS Cornwall was transferred to the Indian Ocean and joined Force I at Ceylon. On 5 October, she was involved in the search for the German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee. Between 8 and 14 February 1940, she was docked at the Selborne dry dock at Simonstown, South Africa. In September, together with HMS Delhi, she intercepted Vichy-French light cruiser Primauguet and tanker Tarn, forcing them to return to Casablanca, Morocco. On 20 November 1940, Captain Percival Clive Wickham Manwaring took over command of the ship. In January 1941, she returned to the Selborne dry dock for refitting.] Charles' brother is Commander John Schomberg Hammill, RN Captain, CBE, (1890-1959). He was schooled at the Eastmans Royal Naval Academy in Portsmouth at the age of 10. He married Anna Bertholde Frances Browning on 3 December 1925 in Crawley, Hampshire John died in 1959 in Droxford. He too became a decorated Captain of the Royal Navy, his midshipman's journal and other papers now being held at the Imperial War Museum. Anna, the wife of Captain John Schomberg Hammill, is the author of the manuscript journal, being her personal diary combined with a chronology of family history. Charles' and John's father Captain Tynte Ford Hammill (1852 - 1 July 1894), entered the Royal Navy in 1865. A highly respected Captain in the Royal Navy, Tynte became Assistant Director of Naval Intelligence in 1880. He was Commander of HMS Monarch at the bombardment of Alexandria in 1882. He also served in the Nile expedition for the relief of General Gordon at Khartoum in 1884-5. His last berth was as flag captain of the Royal Sovereign. Tynte was the only child of John Baptiste Hammill and Mary Jane Ford, who married in 1849. Royal Museums Greenwich holds a collection of papers of Captain Tynte Ford Hammill, which was presented to the Museum in 1960 by his Captain Charles Ford Hammill.

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        Isabey sa vie - son temps 1767-1855, suivi du catalogue de l'oeuvre gravée par et d'après Isabey

      Frazier-Soye, graveur-imprimeur, Paris, 1909. Grand in-4, broché, couverture rempliée, VII-454 pp. Préface. - Chapitre I. Naissance d'Isabey. - Commencement de sa carrière. Chap. II. Le Consulat. Chap. III. L'Empire. - Le Sacre. Chap. IV. L'Empire. - Le second mariage de Napoléon. Chap. V. Le congrès de Vienne. Chap. VI. Isabey décorateur ... Edition originale. Un des cinq cents exemplaire sur vélin à la cuve (n°486).Avec un ex-dono.Avec lettrines et culs-de-lampe, de très nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc in texte, trois gravures en couleurs et de nombreuses planches en noir et blanc en hors-texte sous serpente. --- Plus d'informations sur le site archivesdunord.com

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         L'homme du jour. Le Dé-Tham. Colonne du Yen-Thé, janvier-mars 1909.

      Hanoi imprimerie de l'Avenir du Tonkin 1909 In-8 de (2) ff., 330 pp.; demi-toile marron, dos lisse, couvertures illustrées conservées (reliure de l'époque). Première et seule édition, très rare. Elle est illustrée de 24 planches hors texte, et de 3 cartes dont 2 dépliantes. Le Dé-Tham fut l'un des pirates les plus célèbres du Tonkin. En lutte contre les Français depuis 1884, il avait déjoué toutes les tentatives faites pour le capturer; il s'était, en apparence, soumis plusieurs fois, il disposait d'un fief et d'une petite armée dans la région de Yen-Thé, et devint, pour la population une espèce de Robin des bois annamite. En 1909, le colonel Bataille fut chargé de mener une nouvelle opération pour le capturer. L'ouvrage retrace l'histoire de cette campagne avec les télégrammes envoyés par les correspondants du journal l'Avenir du Tonkin, suivis du journal de route de J. Revernoy, le principal correspondant de ce journal et qui suivit les troupes françaises pendant toute la campagne. Rare édition de Hanoi dont aucun exemplaire ne semble figurer dans les collections publiques françaises.

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        François Vernay peintre lyonnais (1821-1896)

      - L'art libre, Lyon 1909, 13,5x16,5cm, broché. - Originale, uno dei cinque esemplari numerati su carta a mano Normandia pergamena, la nostra ingiustificata, testina di stampa Edition. Illustrazioni l'inserzione di Jacques Martin. Indietro la testa Mancanza che comprende anche le lacrime marginali con piccoli spazi, una mascella riattaccato, piccoli spazi angolari e lacrime al secondo piano, pallido bagnare la testa della prima guardia, altrimenti buono stato interno. Molto rara copia del quinto libro dell'autore. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 5 exemplaires numérotés sur papier à la cuve Normandy vellum, le nôtre non justifié, tirage de tête. Illustrations hors-texte de Jacques Martin. Un manque en tête du dos qui comporte également des déchirures marginales avec infimes manques, un mors recollé, minuscules manques et déchirures angulaires sur le deuxième plat, une pâle mouillure en tête de la première garde, sinon agréable état intérieur. Très rare exemplaire du cinquième ouvrage de l'auteur.

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        THE GHOST PIRATES .

      Stanley Paul & Co., London 1909 - Octavo, pp. [1-6] 7-276 + 12 pages of publisher's ads at rear, inserted frontispiece with illustration by Sidney H. Sime, original green cloth, front panel stamped in black, spine panel stamped in gold, bottom edge untrimmed. First edition. Copies in this green cloth binding were probably issued after those bound in red cloth. "A ship bearing a mysterious curse slips into a hinterland between parallel worlds, where it becomes vulnerable to assault by bestial creatures from the other universe. Credibility is assured by virtue of the author's long experience at sea, and the suspense is handled with great skill. Though far less striking in its imagery than THE HOUSE ON THE BORDERLAND (1908), it is superior in terms of its internal coherency, and is one of the great weird novels." - Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-91. "Vivid, filled with the minutiae of a sailing vessel, this is one of the great sea novels. While in a sense it is derivative from THE INHERITORS by Conrad and Hueffer, it is highly original in detail and well done. Although it is overshadowed as visionary horror by the more spectacular THE HOUSE ON THE BORDERLAND and THE NIGHT LAND, as a work of art, it is finer." - Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 816. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, pp. 94-5. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 424. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 114. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, pp. 203-04. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature II, pp. 601-04. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-105. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 101. Reginald 7282. Mild bump to upper front corner tip, three shallow indents to cloth along lower edges (from book bundling?), light dust soiling to upper edge of text block, and mild foxing to half title leaf, a very good or better copy with clean binding and bright gold lettering on the spine panel. A nice copy. (#154916) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("GvZeppelin"). Zürich, 31. X. 1909.

      1909. 1 S. Gr.-4°. An den Ullstein-Verlag, der seine "Erinnerungen" hatte herausgeben wollen: "Wie Ihnen durch Herrn Dr. Eckener bereits bekannt geworden, haben ältere Beziehungen zu dem Cottaschen Verlag, bzw. zu dessen Inhaber Hrn. Kommerzienrat Kröner, mich veranlaßt, den Verlag meiner durch Hrn. Dr. Eckener herauszugebenden Erinnerungen diesem Geschäfte zu überlassen [...]". - Hugo Eckener (1868-1954), der spätere Luftschiffpionier und Nachfolger Zeppelins, war ein norddeutscher Journalist, der sich erst ein Jahr zuvor am Bodensee niedergelassen hatte und zunächst für die

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        Undine Adapted from the German by W L Courtney and Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

      London: William Heinemann, 1909. Limited edition, one of 1,000 copies, not numbered, but signed by the illustrator. 4to. viii, 136 pp. Publisher's full vellum, gilt to the spine and upper board, the silk ties not present, top edge gilt, the others uncut. 15 colour plates tipped in with captioned tissues. Covers darkened and somewhat soiled, else a decent copy. Latimore & Haskell, p. 34-35. Riall, p. 93.

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        Premier livre de prières.

      Paris, Vers et Prose (Bruges, The St Catherine Press), 1909 ; in-8, broché ; 69, [3] pp., couverture crème imprimée en rouge et noir, titre dans un encadrement. Edition originale, exemplaire N°51 des 83 exemplaires sur Hollande Van Gelder Zonen, après 2 Japons, seul tirage de tête ; envoi autographe "à Albert Gleizes, peintre nouveau, son ami Jules Romains".Agrégé de philosophie en 1909 et normalien, Jules Romains est à cette époque proche du Groupe de l'Abbaye fondé par Charles Vildrac, Georges Duhamel, et Albert Gleizes, il est l'auteur de son oeuvre fleuve "Les Hommes de bonne volonté" en 27 volumes. Albert Gleizes, peintre, philosophe et théoricien est un des fondateurs majeurs du cubisme et à influencé l'Ecole de Paris, le Bauhaus, et l'art moderne américain. Couverture légèrement poussiéreuse, bel exemplaire.

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        The Heart of the Antarctic. Being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909. With an introduction by Hugh Robert Mill, an account of the first journey to the South Magnetic Pole by Prof. T.W. Edgeworth David. BRIGHT, FIRM COPY OF THE ICONIC FIRST EDITION

      Heinemann,, 1909. 2 vols., 8vo., First Edition, with 2 frontispieces in photogravure (original captioned guards present), 12 colour plates, 257 plates in monochrome, 49 diagrams and illustrations in text, 2 panoramas on japon folder (creased as usual) and 3 folding maps (expertly repaired at folds) in pocket at rear of second volume, endpapers moderately browned, neat contemporary inscription on front free endpaper of first volume; original pictorial blue cloth, upper boards blocked and lettered in silver, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut, joints very lightly rubbed, cases very slightly shaken as often, a very good, bright, clean, firm copy. Bright, firm copy of the first edition of a work widely regarded as the finest polar book ever written, and certainly a landmark in the literature of Antarctica. Spence 1097.

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        The Ghost Pirates.

      FIRST EDITION, frontispiece by Sidney H. Sime, library ink-stamps erased from title-page, faint browning to half-title and title,pp. 276, 8+[4] (adverts.), f'cap.8vo., original mid green second issue cloth (first issue was of red cloth), backstrip gilt lettered and front cover lettered in black, remnants of library label on front cover, tiny nick at head of front cover, short ex-libris note on rear pastedown, roughtrimmed

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        The Home of the Motor Cab. The General Motor Cab Company Ltd. 1909

      London 1909 - Scarce, with no copies located on OCLC First Search. Oblong 4to. 24 by 29 cm. 56, [2] pp. Fourteen of the pages are bright color plates generally depicting the smart set riding in beautiful vehicles, but also an illustration of the company's expansive headquarters and garage located in Kennington, a neighborhood in South London next to Vauxhall. The text presents both matter-of-fact info about the company's taxi services -- charges, policies, etc. -- but also some lighter breezer fare on such topics as a trip to the Channel or Coventry. Red cloth cover heavily soiled. Endpapers, title and final leaf grubby. Otherwise, lower band of leaves with hint of waviness that might come from a passing exposure to moisture, and perhaps a touch of soiling here and there. A few other finger smudges, minor closed tears and light wear besides. Notwithstanding these issues, a very handsome sales promotion for a cab company that was not just selling itself but also the notion of the horseless carriage as a luxury alternative to the horse drawn vehicle not yet fully vanquished in metropolitan use. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Roman de Tristan et Iseult. Renouvelé par Joseph Bédier, professeur au Collège de France. Ouvrage couronné par l'Académie Française.

      Paris Piazza 1909In-4, 214-(2) pp., couverture conservée. Demi-reliure à coins en maroquin vert mélèze, dos à nerfs décoré de bandes de maroquin havane dans les caissons, fers représentant une harpe celtique et une épée, fleurons, tête dorée (Randeynes). Edition illustrée de lettrines, vignettes et hors-texte en couleurs contrecollés par Maurice Lalau. Tirage limité à 300 exemplaires numérotés sur Japon et justifiés par l'artiste. Exemplaire exceptionnel comportant quatre dessins originaux : portrait du roi Marc en pied à l'aquarelle, deux vignettes et un superbe dessin (Tristan et le dragon) en lavis à l'encre de Chine. Sont aussi reliés in fine le carton d'invitation à l'exposition des dessins originaux, un fac-simile d'une lettre de Bédier concernant les illustrations, le prospectus et l'échantillon de souscription. Maurice Lalau (1881-1961), illustrateur de talent, manifeste dans cet ouvrage son sens de la reconstitution romantique de l'histoire, digne de Jean-Paul Laurens dont il fut l'élève. photographies et détails à la demande.

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        Elverum. En bygdebeskrivelse. Gaardshistorie med ættetavler. - Bygdens almindelige historie, institutioner og embedsmænd. Af ... Med talrige portrærter, prospekter og karter. 2 bind. Forlagt af Cammermeyers Boghandel (Sigurd Pedersen og Eistein Rabe),

      Kritiania 1909-21. 773; 427 s. Samtidig fine skb. Bindenes ytterkanter med noen små sår. Litt løse i indre falser. Annets binds første og siste siders øvre venstre hjørne noe fuktskjoldet. - Tillegg til Finne-Grønns bok om Elverum. Redaktør: Magne Skrede. Redaksjonsnevnd: Halvor Floden, Magn. Hamlander og Magne Skrede. Utgitt av Elverum kommune, 1958. 468 s. Illustr., foldeplansje. Orig. skb. Første bind ble opprinnelig utgitt i to halvbind, i 1909 og i 1914, så derfor endte "Tillegg til Finne-Grønns bok om Elverum" opp med bindangivelse IV. Alt som er utgitt.

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        Hyderabad. Panoramic View representing scenes after the Floods between the City Gate and Afzal Gang Street, in 6 parts.

      Hyderabad, ca. 1909. Original photograph, gelatine silver print, 20 x 109,5 cm in 6 parts, on mount, Photograph no 2 to 2d. KEYWORDS:india/hyderabad/photo.

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        Photographs of Views In and Around the City of Mexico and of the Companies' Installations

      [n.a.]: [n.a.], 1909. First edition. Paper covered thick card boards titled in gilt, screw ties, decorated endpapers. A very good copy, boards rubbed, fore edge corners of a few early leaves chipped or with folds, rear statistical leaf chipped along edges, margins and versos foxed, heavily on a few preliminary leave, all but three photos free of foxing.. Unpaged [50 lvs.]. Illus. with 49 b/w photo-illustrated plates. Each photographic illustration measures 8 3/4 by 6 1/4 inches within decorative borders on heavy glossy paper, printed rectos only, with captions in English. One statistical sheet. Images included landscapes of facilities, bridges, installations; buildings, interiors of power generation plants and manufacturing operations; exteriors and interiors of trams; and street scenes with trams in Mexico City, Guadalupe, Tacubaya, and suburbs. In line with the European, American, and Canadian exploitation of Mexico, Canadian and European investors formed the Mexico Electric Tramways Company in 1898, electrified and expanded Mexico's tram lines, and in 1906 a "group of Canadian investors organized Mexico Tramways Company (without the word Electric) in Toronto.... acquired 75% of MET's stock, took control of its tramway system and developed Necaxa dam and power plant in Puebla state," (see Allen Morrison: The Tramways of Mexico City). The Mexican Revolution put a hold on expansion plans announced about the time of this publication, and the investors would not see any dividends for over three decades. Signed in the plates: Jean Malvaux, which was one of the premier photoengraving houses in Belgium at the beginning of the 20th century. Scarce. OCLC locates no copies but for a French language version at the Univ. Antwerp.

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        Psychiatrie. Ein Lehrbuch für Studierende und Ärzte. Achte, vollständig umgearbeitete Auflage

      Leipzig Barth, 1909-1915. - wichtigste und umfangreichste Auflage des klassischen Lehrbuches, die letzte noch zu Lebzeiten von Kraepelin erschienene. KOLLE I, 179; PAULEICKHOFF II, 335. Band I (1909): Allgemeine Psychiatrie; Band II (1910): Klinische Psychiatrie I. Teil; Band III (1913); Klinische Psychiatrie II. Teil; Band IV (1915): Klinische Psychiatrie III. Teil. Band I erschien schon früher, weil sich Kraepelin infolge der "wachsenden Ausdehnung unserer Wissenschaft und der Überlastung mit Berufsgeschäften" nicht in der Lage sah, auch den Klinischen Teil in der gleichen Zeit zu überarbeiten Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 5530 16 x 24cm, braune Originalleinwand, geprägte Titelschilder mit gold. Titel, Rücken verblaßt, Namenszug mit Bleistift (Dr. Kolb) auf den Vorsatzbättern, ganz wenige zarte Bleistiftanstreichungen; XIV, 1 Bl., 676 S.; XIV, 1 Bl., 666 S., 2 Bl. Verlagsanzeigen; XIII, S. 667-1395, 2 Bl. Verlagsanzeigen; XV, S. 1397-2372; 412 Abb., 1 farb. Taf., 46 Schriftpr.

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        Egy tusos üveg meséi. [Tales of a Ink Bottle.]

      Világosság nyomda, (Budapest 1909 - With fourty, mostly full page illustrations. Front cover illustrated. First edition. In publisher's orange wrappers, bound with two green silk ribbon. 44 leaves. First edition of Tichy's collection of erotic, Art Nouveau drawings. Gyula Tichy (1879-1920) was a Hungarian painter and graphic artist, strongly influenced by the works of Aubry Beardsley. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest and then at a private art school in Munich. "Egy tusos üveg meséi" is his most famous collection of graphical works. Light spotting at edges of wrappers. A brown stain on spine. Spotting on few leaves with no effect on the images. Overall in fine condition. In publisher's orange wrappers, bound with two green silk ribbon [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. München, 17. IX. 1909.

      1909. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Kl.-4to. An einen Geheimrat mit der Bestätigung, daß "die 'Faune' wieder wohlbehalten in Berlin eingetroffen" seien und mit Dank für die Überlassung der Bilder. - Auf Briefpapier mit Briefkopf der Villa Stuck in München.

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        Jean-François Raffaelli, Peintre, Graveur et Sculpteur.

      Il a été tiré de cet ouvrage 50 exemplaires numérotés sur papier du JAPON. Celui-ci porte le numéro 35, il contient un double état des 33 gravures originales hors texte. 19 en couleurs et 14 pointes sèches en noir. Et 146 illustrations dans le texte, avec quelques pleines pages. (Complet & Contrôlé) ÉDITION ORIGINALE. Paris, H. Floury, 1909. 237 pages.Belle reliure bradel demi-maroquin marron à coins de l'époque. Non rogné. Dos lisse avec titre et date en pied dorés. Tête dorée sur témoin. Couverture illustrée et dos conservés. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Format in-4°(28x22).

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        Peking,

      Tokyo, Yamamoto, May 1909 - oblong 8vo, 1 title page and 84 PLATES (OUT OF 100) under tissue gard, Japanese style binding covered with silk, title label on upper baord. Captions in English and Chinese, monuments, scenes, views of the Imperial City and environs, portraits, etc. UNCOMPLETE COPY with 16 plates missing, tears on spine, along hinges and at the extremities of binding. As is.

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        PICKLES

      - ALDIN,CECIL. PICKLES. London & New York: Hodder & Stoughton, no date [1909]. 4to (10 x 11 1/2"), cloth backed pictorial boards,light corner stain on 2 pages of text, rear free enpaper a copy, edges worn, overall VG condition. This is the tale about the adventures of a mischievous puppy who pulls apart the golliwog doll and generally causes trouble until he is caught. Written by Aldin for his daughter and told from the dog's point of view. Illustrated with 24 fabulous color plates on heavy green paper plus pictorial endpapers. Very scarce. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CORDELIA. An original watercolour illustrating William Shakespeare's King Lear.

      Pen, Ink and Watercolour on Paper. 19.5cm x 12cm. Signed and dated within the image to the upper left corner. Mounted, framed and glazed. In fine condition. With the original 1909 Leicester Galleries exhibition labels to the backboard. The printed illustration appears opposite page 118 of the J. M. Dent published first edition of The Tales Of Shakespeare.A beautiful illustration of Cordelia, the honourable and beloved youngest daughter of King Lear.

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        William Powell Frith

      [Blythburgh?], 23 June 1909. One rare and personal photograph of famous English painter William Powell Frith (1819-1909), taken less than five months before his death. Mounted in a period round wooden frame, with outside diameter measuring 24 cm. Image showing behind glass measures 14,5 cm in diameter. Inscribed in manuscript to verso wooden mount. This photograph is one of the last photographs taken of artist William Powell Frith. He has been described as the "greatest British painter of the social scene since Hogarth". Seated with Miss Marie Ellen Seymour Lucas (1879-1951) on her wedding day (on this day becoming Mrs. Laurence Grubbe), Mr. Frith and the bride's father John Seymour Lucas, R.A. (1849-1923) were dear friends, and connected professionally through the Royal Academy of Arts. Frith was also closely acquainted with the groom and Lucas' son-in-law, Laurence Carrington Grubbe (1854-1912), he too, an artist and member of the Royal Academy of Arts. [The National Portrait Gallery holds this same image.] From Wikipedia: William Powell Frith (1819-1909) specialised in genre subjects and panoramic narrative works of life in the Victorian era. He was elected to the Royal Academy in 1853, presenting The Sleeping Model as his Diploma work. Born in Aldfield, North Yorkshire, Frith was encouraged to take up art by his father, a hotelier in Harrogate. He moved to London in 1835 where he began his formal art studies at Sass's Academy in Charlotte Street, before attending the Royal Academy Schools. Frith started his career as a portrait painter and first exhibited at the British Institution in 1838. In the 1840s, he often based works on the literary output of writers such as Charles Dickens, whose portrait he painted, and Laurence Sterne. He was a member of The Clique, which also included Richard Dadd. The principal influence on his work was the hugely popular domestic subjects painted by Sir David Wilkie. Wilkie's famous painting The Chelsea Pensioners was a spur to the creation of Frith's own most famous compositions. Following the precedent of Wilkie, but also imitating the work of his friend Dickens, Frith created complex multi-figure compositions depicting the full range of the Victorian class system, meeting and interacting in public places. In Ramsgate Sands, Life at the Seaside (1854) he depicted visitors and entertainers at the seaside resort. He followed this with The Derby Day, depicting scenes among the crowd at the race at Epsom Downs, which was based on photographic studies by Robert Howlett. This 1858 composition was bought by Jacob Bell for £1,500. It was so popular that it had to be protected by a specially installed rail when shown at the Royal Academy of Arts. Another well-known painting was The Railway Station, a scene of Paddington Station. In 1865, he was chosen to paint the Marriage of the Prince of Wales.

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        Hyderabad. Panorama view the Old Bridge shewing the Parapet Walls washed away, and the Musi River, in 4 parts.

      Hyderabad, ca. 1909. Original photograph, gelatine silver print in vier parts, 14 x 72 cm on mount, photograph no 59 to 59c.The only bridge which stood. KEYWORDS:india/hyderabad/photo.

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        Tales from Shakespeare

      London: J. M. Dent & Co.; E. P. Dutton, New York,, 1909. Quarto. Original white cloth, titles to spine and front cover gilt, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, original dark red ribbon ties. Colour frontispiece and 12 colour plates mounted on buff paper inlaid in plain paper, black and white illustrations in the text, of which 2 are full-page, all by Rackham. A fine copy. Signed limited edition, number 386 of 750 copies signed by the artist. The deluxe edition contains an extra plate, "Puck", not included in the trade edition. Rackham had previously illustrated the work in 1899, but with no deluxe signed edition and the illustrations as uncoloured line-drawings; the publisher's prefatory Note states that the latter "have since been worked over, revised, and coloured by the artist, while some entirely new designs have been added".

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        LES PRINCIPAUX MANUSCRITS DE CHANTS GREGORIEN, AMBROISIEN, MOZARABE,GALLICAN - PUBLIES EN FAC SIMILES PHOTOTYPIQUES / TOME X DE LA PALEOGRAPHIE MUSICALE - LE CODEX 239 DE LA BILBIOTHEQUE DE LAON - Antiphonale missarum sancti gregorii (IX - Xe siecle).

      1909. SOCIETE DE SAINT - JEAN L'EVANGELISTE / DESCLEE, LEFEBVRE ET CIE. 1909. In - Folio.Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos abîmé. Intérieur frais. 177 pages augmentées de nombreux fac similés - Renfort papier kraft marron au dos - - Dont quqlues planches depliantes - 1 etiquette collée au dos . 3 PHOTOS DISPONIBLES. OCTOBRE 1909 - JUILLET 1912 / NOTA : La Paléographie musicale est une série de publications, composée principalement des photographies et des fac - similés de manuscrits, et fondée auprès de l'abbaye Saint - Pierre de Solesmes en 1889 par Dom André Mocquereau, afin de promouvoir les études scientifiques et la restauration du chant grégorien

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        Draught for "Der Rosenkavalier". Autograph manuscript with autograph lines by Richard Strauss on the reverse. [Rodaun, June 1909].

      1909. Oblong 4to. 1¾ pp. Hofmannsthal's early draught for the lovers' duet between Sophie and Octavian, from Act II of the "Rosenkavalier", after the silver rose is presented: both lovers sing twelve lines each which oppose and yet complement each other: "Sophie. Dahin muss ich zurück / Dahin und müsst ich völlig sterben auf dem Weg [...]". - "Octavian. Ich war ein Bub / Wars gestern oder wars vor einer Ewigkeit [...]". As evidenced by the caption, this is the "addendum to page 6" (of the libretto) which Richard Strauss had requested and Hofmannsthal had supplied with his letter of June 26. It was used for the final version of the opera, albeit in an abridged and revised form. The present text corresponds to the suggestions which Strauss made in his letter to Hofmannsthal written on July 9, 1909 for a revised version of Act II. - A precious document of the collaboration between Strauss and Hofmannsthal on what remains one of the most successful operas of the 20th century. - Provenance: from the collection of Strauss's biographer Willy Schuh.

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        Catalogue of the Fresh-water Fishes of Africa in the British Museum (Natural History)

      BM(NH), 1909-1916. 4 vols, Text figs. Orig. cloth. Good ex-lib. set: a few small ink stamps; shelf numbers to spines; a small nick to the head of one spine; some patchy fading to cloth

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        Handbuch der Pharmakognosie. 3 Teile und Register in 7 Bänden (komplett). Erster Band (in 2 Bänden): Allgemeine Pharmakognosie; Zweiter + dritter Band (in zusammen 4 Bänden): Spezielle Pharmakognosie.

      Leipzig, Tauchnitz 1909-1927. - 1072 S. - 1625 S.; -1176 S. - 252 S. (Register). Mit insgesamt 119 Tafeln, 14 teils farb. Karten u. 1170 Abbildungen im Text, Bedeutendes Standardwerk, vor allem geschätzt wegen der zahlreichen und ausführlichen pharmaziegeschichtlichen Abhandlungen. - Alexander Tschirch (1856-1939) war Prof. der Pharmakognosie, sowie der pharmazeutischen und gerichtlichen Medizin an der Medizinischen Fakultät in Bern. Hier das Lebenswerk des berühmten Forschers, "das Auskunft selbst über die obsoletesten und unbekanntesten Drogen gibt." "hat hier Tschirch in seither nicht wieder erreichter Vollständigkeit alles zusammengefaßt, was zur Kenntnis der Arzneidrogen beitragen kann" (Zekert, Berühmte Apotheker). Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 14800 4°, Original-Halblederbände m. Rückentiteln u. etwas Rückenvergoldung (Registerband Original-Leinen), Einbände leicht berieben und bestoßen, insgesamt gutes und innen sauberes, vollständiges Exemplar, 1. Auflage, 3 Bände und Register in 7 Bänden,.

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        Sport and Travel in Both Tibets

      London, 1909. Double-page map & 25 coloured plates, after watercolour drawings by the author. vi, 87 pp. Small 4to. Violet cloth titled in gilt, pictorial onlay to upper cover. Minor rubbing to extremities, spine slightly toned. Very good plus. Double-page map & 25 coloured plates, after watercolour drawings by the author. vi, 87 pp. Small 4to. Robinson, Wayward Women, p. 70 ; Czech, Asian Big Game, p.112

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        Badende Knaben. Sign. Orig.-Tuschfederzeichnung von Max Liebermann.

      . -, [Um ]. - 1909 - Auf Karton gezogen. 15 : 21 cm, Blattgröße: 11 : 17,8 cm. - Braun-schwarze Tuschfederzeichnung von im Meer badenden Knaben - ein Motiv, das Liebermann immer wieder aufgriff und mal in Kreide, mal in Öl oder wie hier in Tusche variierte. Rechts unten vom Künstler signiert. - Mit wenigen, sicheren Strichen umreißt der Künstler die Körper der vier badenden Jungen und fängt deren unterschiedliche Bewegungen im Wasser gekonnt ein. - Gebräunt, etw. lichtrandig, mittig mit schwacher Knickspur, die Ränder teils mit kl. Knickspuren sowie 2 kl. Läsuren. - Karton mit dem Sammlerstempel von W. E. Müller, Leipzig. Signed orig. India ink drawing by Max Liebermann. Around 1909. - With a few poised lines, the artist sketches the bodies of the four bathing boys and captures their motions in the water with great mastery. - Discolored and somewhat sunned, with faint creasemark in center, margins with small isolated creasemarks and 2 small blemishes. - Board with collector stamp of W. E. Müller, Leipzig. 100 g. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Les mains jointes

      - Bibliothèque du temps présent & Henri Falque, Paris 1909, 13x19,5cm, broché. - Edizione su carta attuale primo libro dell'autore, è stato licenziato da 5 Cina e Giappone in 5 grandi giornali. Autograph firmata dall'autore al marchese d'Argenson. Copia bella e rara. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant du premier ouvrage de l'auteur, il n'a été tiré que 5 Chine et 5 Japon en grands papiers. Envoi autographe signé de François Mauriac au marquis d'Argenson. Agréable et rare exemplaire.

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        THE HARVEST FESTIVAL - Alma-Tadema.

      THE HARVEST FESTIVAL Staalgravure uit 1909 van de hand van Leopold Löwenstam naar het schilderij (Opus CCCXXXIX) van Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Gesigneerd in potlood door Alma-Tadema. Later met de hand gekleurd. H x B: ca. 41,3 x 31,4 cm.Een dansende Maenade viert de oogst. Een fluitspeler (zelfportret van Alma-Tadema) zorgt voor muziek. Deze nimf van Dionysus draagt lange gewaden en dierenvellen en is gekroond door wijnranken. Men is in een roes van vreugde, ongebruikelijk voor de kunstnaar die zijn personages doorgaans tamelijk sereen weergeeft. Prijs: € 1.650,- (incl. lijst).

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        della Seconda Guerra d?Indipendenza. Prezioso sottomano da scrivania offerto il 14 luglio 1909 dal Comune di Torino ad Armand Fallières, Presidente della Repubblica Francese.

      1909. Due piatti in pelle blu su assicelle di legno (51x39 cm), al piatto anteriore ricca bordura Art Nouveau in oro, al centro stemma sabaudo con alloro e stemma coronato della città di Torino; al piatto posteriore fregi a secco e 5 cabochons in bronzo, dorso liscio (firmato "A.Vezzosi", ottimo legatore torinese di inizio Novecento). L'interno dei piatti è decorato da larghe bordure dorate, al cui interno sono applicati, a sinistra un foglio di carta con le firme di 65 ufficiali dell'esercito piemontese; a destra un foglio di pergamena con elaborata composizione liberty ("Geom. G.Repettati dis e dip") con due figure femminili, che comprende la dedica calligrafata in vari colori "Nel Cinquantenario delle gloriose battaglie combattute insieme da Italiani e Francesi nell'eroico anno 1859 per l'Italica Indipendenza.." con le firme del sindaco Teofilo Rossi e di vari funzionari. In alto 6 ritratti dipinti in ovali, di Garibaldi, Napoleone III, Fallières, Umberto I, Vittorio Emanuele II e Cavour. In basso 4 targhe con i nomi delle battaglie (Palestro, Magenta, Solferino e San Martino) vinte dagli alleati, e le vedute di una chiesa, di una battaglia e della Mole Antonelliana. Curioso oggetto commemorativo di ambito torinese e patriottico. Qualche spellatura al dorso ed agli angoli.

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        Tales From Shakespeare

      London: J. M. Dent and Company, , 1909. Quarto. Original white cloth, titles to spine and front board gilt, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, original mauve ribbon ties. Colour frontispiece and 12 tipped in colour plates, black and white in the text, by Rackham. Occasional spotting to pages, toning to spine, corners and ends of spine lightly bumped. A very good copy. Signed limited edition, number 85 of 750 numbered copies signed by Arthur Rackham. The signed limited edition contains an extra plate not seen in the trade edition. Rackham first did this title in 1899 but this the large format and expanded edition with added illustrations.

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        Comoedia illustré 1910 tomes I et 11- Ballets Russes

      Paris, Comoedia, du n°7, 2ème année, 1 janvier 1909 au n°6, 3ème année, 15 décembre 1910 - 2 vol., reliure éditeur, demi-bradel, couvertures conservées, 23, 5 cm x 31 cm, 730+ 192 pages+ cahier spécial papier peint pour célibataires-Directeur : M. de Brunoff ; plusieurs numéros consacrés aux Ballets Russes dont un numéro spécial de 16 pages-couv. de Léon Bakst Valentine Gross, etc.. ; nombreuses photographies noir & blanc in et hors-texte (Ida Rubinstein, Nijinsky, Karsavina, Fokine, etc...) Textes de G. de Pawlowski, Rip, Félix Galipaux, Maurice Lauday, Cerdanes, H. Gauthier-Villars , Mallet-Stevens, etc ; ills in et hors-texte noir et blanc de Ed. Touraine, Bils, Léandre, Rip, Marcel Capy, A.E. Marty, etc...; articles sur Sarah Bernhardt, la crise théâtrale, Réjane, Mimi Pinson, le concours du Conservatoire, les projets des directeurs de théâtre, les théâtres de plein air, la mode, etc ; numéro spécial consacré à « Chantecler » et Edmond Rostand - Très bon état

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        Five Months in the Himalaya. A record of mountain travel in Garhwal and Kashmir.

      London Arnold 1909 - First edition. 8vo, (26 x 17 cms), pp. xv, 263, numerous illustrations taken from photographs, some folding, all printed in blue tint, light foxing, 2 folding maps at rear, addendum slip present, original blue cloth gilt, light wear to foot of spine, a very good copy. Account of the 1907 expedition to Trisul in the Himalayas. A successful ascent. He also explored Kashmir, Khagan and the ranges in Garwhal. Neate M179; Yakushi M280a. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Almanachs illustrés du XVIIIe siècle. Avant-propos de Georges Vicaire.

      Paris, Henri Leclerc, 1909, 1 volume, grand in-8, relié, VIII-285 p.. Tirage limité à 125 exemplaires numérotés, celui-ci n° 99. Impression sur beau papier. Nombreuses illustrations in et hors texte, en noir, sépia, une en couleur, 174 notices, note bibliophilique et index alphabétique en fin de volume. Reliure légèrement postérieure (vers 1925), demi maroquin noir à coins, dos à quatre nerfs avec titre doré, couvertures et dos conservés. Rare. Superbe exemplaire. ************* PROMO : Envoi gratuit en courrier suivi et assurance à partir de 20 € d'achat (France seulement), remise 20 % pour commande supérieure à 60 €.

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