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        Schéhérazade: Album Mensuel d'Oeuvres Inédites d'Art et de Littérature. Nos. 1 (Nov. 1909) through 6 (March 1911) (all published).

      Six issues bound together in one volume comprising a complete run of the music and poetry journal, including Cocteau's earliest published story, "Comment Mourut Monsieur de Trèves," among contributions by other well-known literary figures including Apollinaire, Mallarmé, Natalie Barney, and Alain Fournier; musical scores by Massenet and Reynaldo Hahn; and short articles on Van Dongen and Paul Poiret; illustrated throughout with drawings by Bonnard, Moreau, Laurencin, and others. Some minor scattered age-darkening and soiling. Sq. 8to. Vellum, orig. illus. wrpps. bound in. Paris (À la Belle Édition) 1909-1911. All issues marked '1ere Édition,' indicating reserved subscription copies.

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        Les Naufragés Du Jonathan

      Hetzel, Paris 1909 - In 8 percaline d'éditeur. Dos au phare, plat à un éléphant et à l'éventail, second plat type i. Petite déchirure aux premières pages, sinon bel exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: La Basse Fontaine]
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        Autograph Letter Signed ("Roald Amundsen")

      Kristiania, October 15, 1909 - 4to. 1 page. On Amundsen's stationery. Amundsen responds to a request from Isaac N. Sargent of Malden, Massachusetts for information about his voyages: "I have been several times in the Arctic but only twice for my own account both times with my vessel the 'Gjoa' first trip in 1901-1902 and second trip 1903-1906[.] . I never tried to proceed towards the north and do not exactly know to what latitude I have been but you will easily be able to construct it in following my route on the map." - Matted and framed with portrait photograph of Amundsen.

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        Mirifiques aventures de Maître Antifer

      Hetzel 1909 - - Hetzel, Paris s.d. [1909], 18x28cm, cartonnage de l'éditeur. - Première et seule édition grand in-8 illustrée de planches en chromolithographie par George Roux. Cartonnage éditeur Hetzel "au portrait collé" en pleine percaline rouge signé A. Lenègre, premier plat polychrome signé Souze représentant divers moyens de locomotion (ballon, locomotive, bateaux), un portrait de l'auteur dans les tons sépias contrecollé au centre, divers instruments de navigation rehaussés à l'or au premier plan, second plat de type "e" comme indiqué par Jauzac, dos orné de plusieurs illustrations en couleur et à l'or, pages de garde bleues d'origines, toutes tranches dorées. Dos uniformément passé, éclaircissement au coin du plat inférieur du second plat. Une pâle mouillure portant atteinte aux premiers et derniers feuillets. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First and only edition tall 8vo illustrated boards in chromolithography by George Roux. Cardboard Hetzel publisher "portrait stuck" in full red calico signed A. Lenègre first polychrome dish signed Souze representing various means of locomotion (balloon, locomotive, boats), a portrait of the author in sepia tones pasted in the center, various enhanced navigational instruments to gold in the foreground, second flat type "e" as indicated by JAUZAC, back decorated with several color illustrations and gold, blue endpapers backgrounds, all edges gilt. spine uniformly past, brightening the corner of the lower flat of the second flat. A pale wetting affecting the first and last pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        British Hunts and Huntsmen

      London: The Biographical Press, 1909. Leather_bound. Four volumes. Folio. British Hunts and Huntsmen. Containing a short history of each fox and stag hunt in the British Isle, together with biographical records of master past and present, and some members of each hunt, also an introductory chapeteron medieval hunting, and articles concerningthe stag, the fox, the hound, and the horse, and all the subject allied thereto. Profusely illustrated with 4 frontispiece and 224 plates with engravings and half-tones illustrations. Bound in three quarter red morocco over cloth board, gilt title, raised bands, alle edges gilt, marbled endpaper. Good.

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        A superb archive of letters from Andrew Wyeth and his sister Carolyn, featuring a lovely Christmas Card hand colored by Andrew in watercolor!

      various, various. various. "A superb archive of twelve letters and Christmas cards from Andrew Wyeth and his sister Carolyn Wyeth (1909-1994), as well as his wife Betsy Wyeth, many of which are accompanied by the original transmittal envelopes, together with several other pieces of Wyeth family ephemera, AND featuring a fabulous signed card bearing a printed illustration hand painted by Andrew who adds, ""Merry Christmas Betsey & Andy,"" addressed to Charles P. Huse (1883-1958) of Belmont, Massachusetts. The archive also features five Autograph Letters Signed by Andrew Wyeth (""Andy""), 9 pages, The Mill, Chadd's Ford, Pennsylvania, 1967-1973 written to Huse's son, Thomas J. Huse (1913-2006) also of Belmont, Massachusetts; four Autograph Letters Signed by Carolyn Wyeth (""Carolyn"" as well ""Carolyn Wyeth"" on the return addresses), all accomplished on holiday cards, 1954-1971 also addressed to Thomas J. Huse, one of which includes one of her original drawings; a pair of cards inscribed to the Huse family by Betsy Wyeth, (who also signs for her husband). The collection also includes a lovely 6"" x 9"" printed Christmas card from 1938 titled ""MERRIE CHRISTMAS 1938"" and features ""THE WYETH FAMILY TREE"" adorned with photographs of N.C. Wyeth, his wife Carolyn Bockius, Andrew, Carolyn and numerous other family members.Also of great interest is a 4"" x 5"" four page printed brochure for one of Andrew Wyeth's earliest gallery shows at Doll & Richards on Newberry Street in Boston, October 24 to November 5, 1938. Works included, Low Tide, Pirate Country, Captain Coffin's House, and three additional examples of his early work. This very well may have been where the Huse family became acquainted with the Wyeths. Based on Carolyn's notes to Thomas Huse, it appears that he at one point visited with the family in Chadd's Ford (or perhaps at Andrew's summer home in Cushing, Maine), as she gives several updates on the family pets. The Huse's admiration of the Wyeth family's artistic talents appears to have been mutual, as evidenced by both Andrew's and Carolyn's compliments of Huse's photographic efforts. Much of Andrew's very early work was accomplished in Maine—a locale that Huse often used in his photographic work. Writing on January 6, 1967, Andrew commented that he was ""delighted with the photographs and have them here on my desk before me as I write[.] The richness of these prints are remarkable and you really have a great quality so keep on taking more and more pictures..."" Encouraged, Huse continued sending his work, ostensibly as holiday gifts, as most of Andrews letters were written in early January. The following year, Andrew again writes to Huse, first apologizing for being a lazy correspondent, observing ""I seem to pick up the brush with more ease than a Pen -"" and again thanking him for ""the remarkable photographs"" adding that ""The one of the Olsen House is the very best photograph I have ever seen of that place - really a beauty..."" In 1970, Wyeth again complimented Huse on his work: ""...your feeling for the wood of the Maine Country is very strong and I am proud of you...""and the following year, observed that ""The one of the Bell House above Belfast is a beauty ... The stone wall makes me home sick...""This is truly a remarkable archive, documenting the Wyeth family's tremendous love of art, and their genuine and generous desire to encourage others to explore their own artistic talents."

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        The Writings

      London: The Edinburgh Society, 1909. Full leather. Fourteen volumes. Octavo. The Writings of Oscar Wilde, "Cherwell Edition" limited to two-hundred and forty sets which this in number 147. Portrait illustrations to frontispiece. Bound in full black morocco, gilt titles, top edges gilt, marbled endpaper, covers and spines ornate floral gilt decoratons. Fine.

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        The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm.

      London: Constable and Company Ltd.,, 1909. Quarto. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in red morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, single rule to boards gilt, pictorial onlay of the dwarf from "The Water of Life" to centre of front board, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, dark green endpapers, top edge gilt, others uncut. 40 colour and numerous black and white illustrations by Rackham bound in with text. A fine copy. Signed limited edition, number 107 of 750 copies signed by Rackham. This is a revised and enlarged edition of the work originally published in 1900 with some new illustrations, as well as others redrawn and coloured.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      - EATON,SEYMOUR. TEDDY-B AND TEDDY-G THE BEAR DETECTIVES. NY: Edward Stern 1909 (1909). 4to (9 x 11"), cloth backed grey boards, pictorial paste-on, 178p., some wear to corners and light spotting to covers else tight and near Fine. 1st edition. This time, these famous bears solve all of the mysteries of nursery rhymes (where did Little Bo Peep's sheep go, etc). Written in verse by Eaton and illustrated by FRANCIS WIGHTMAN AND WILLIAM SWEENY with 14 great color plates (more than are found in the reprints) plus a profusion of line illustrations throughout the text. This is the scarcest of all the Roosevelt Bear titles and a nice copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        Ostara. Sammlung von 9 Heften.

      Rodaun/Mödling - Wien, Ostara 1909 - 1914.Bedruckte Orig. - Umschläge. Folgende in der Reihe "Ostara, Bücherei der Blonden und Mannesrechtler" erschienenen Nummern sind vorhanden: 34: Die rassenwirtschaftliche Lösung des sexuellen Problems, 1909 (zweite Auflage 1928). Ohne den Umschlag, auf dem ersten Blatt mit handschriftlichem Vermerk des Zeitschriftentitels und eigenhändiger Unterschrift von "Dr. Lanz - Liebenfels" sowie dem handschriftlichen Vermerk "am 30. Mai 1912 v. Lanz v. Liebenfels geschenkt erhalten" unterhalb eines Besitzstempels. - 44: Die Komik der Frauenrechtlerei, eine heitere Chronik der Weiberwirtschaft, 1911. - 45: Die Tragik der Frauenrechtlerei, eine ernste Chronik der Weiberwirtschaft, 1911. - 52: Die Blonden als Schöpfer der Sprachen, ein Abriß der Ursprachenforschung (Protolinguistik), 1911 (zweite Auflage 1918). - 53: Das Mannesrecht als Retter aus der Geschlechternot der Weiberwirtschaft, 1912. - 55: Die soziale, politische und sexuelle Weiberwirtschaft unserer Zeit, 1912. - 58: Die entsittlichende und verbrecherische Weiberwirtschaft unserer Zeit, 1912. - 76: Die Prostitution in frauen - und mannesrechtlicher Beurteilung, 1914. - 77: Rasse und Baukunst im Altertum und Mittelalter, 1914. - Teilweise mit Besitzstempel sowie einigen Anstreichungen und Annotationen, Nr. 34 ohne den Umschlag und mit einem größeren Ausschnitt auf Seite 3/4, papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, teilweise mit kleineren Randläsuren. Bücher de

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        Südseebilder. Nach Aufnahmen von K.J. Schaffrath, 74 Lichtdruckbilder auf 38 Tafeln nebst erläuterndem Text.

      Dietrich Reimer (Ernst Vohsen ), Berlin 1909 - n.p. Illustrierter Original Leinen. Einband etwas fleckig,Buchrücken etwas aufgehellt, Vorsatzseite am Gelenk 3,5cm eingerissen,sonst SEHR GUTES EXEMPLAR. Für unsere Schweizer Kunden : Konto auch in der Schweiz vorhanden (PostFinance) BITTE BEACHTEN SIE: Auf Grund der besonderen Versandkostenvorgaben von AbeBooks und ZVAB (der Preis richtet sich nicht nach Gewicht, sondern nach Anzahl der Artikel), kann es bei schwereren oder mehrbändigen Werken zu höheren Portokosten kommen. - - - PLEASE NOTE: Because of AbeBooks' and ZVAB? Special requirements for shipping fees (price is per item, not per weight) shipping charges may be higher with heavy books or when comprising several volumes. 455 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Catalogue of the Pictures in the Collection of the Earl of Radnor

      2 vols., X, 127, VI, 132 pp. critical catalogue, by the Countess of Radnor and William Barclay Squire, of the important British collection of Italian, French, Dutch, Flemish, and English paintings, dating primarily between the 16th and 18th centuries, introd. by the Earl of Radnor, ext. notes, appendices incl. concordance with earlier catalogues, biogr. index of painters, index of portraits, 101 fine photogravure plates. Folio. Cloth. London (Chiswick Press) 1909. One of 200 privately printed copies on handmade paper.

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        The Life of Abraham Lincoln

      New York: Lincoln History Society,, 1909. Drawn from Original Sources and containing many Speeches, Letters, and Telegrams hitherto unpublished and illustrated with many reproductions from original Paintings, Photographs, etc. 4 volumes, octavo (140 x 220 mm). Contemporary black half morocco, spines gilt in compartments, oatmeal cloth sides, gilt rules to boards, top edges gilt. Frontispiece with tissue guard to each volume, illustrations throughout. Extremities lightly rubbed, minor soiling to boards, faint dampstaining and rippling to second half of first and fourth volumes. An excellent set. A handsomely bound early edition of Ida Tarbell's Life of Lincoln, which was originally published in 1900.

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        GULLIVER'S TRAVELS into several remote nations of the world. Signed Limited edition.

      London, J. M. Dent. 1909.FIRST EDITION 1909, SIGNED LIMITED EDITION, 4to, 295 x 215 mm, 11½ x 8½ inches, white buckram, gilt lettered and decorated upper cover and spine, gilt illustrated marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, others uncut, red silk ties, 291 pages. 13 splendid mounted colour plates, frontispiece with tissue guard. 2 full page black and white illustrations, 28 head - and tailpieces. Silk ties a bit faded, small neat old bookplate on front pastedown, tissue guard to frontispiece slightly foxed. Contents very nice. Near Fine excellent copy. Large paper edition de luxe limited to 750 copies SIGNED BY THE ARTIST, this being No. 216. There is an extra coloured plate in this edition not in the trade edition, it is the last plate in the book page 256, 'The Yahoos' as stated on the publisher's tipped - in Notice which is still present. Riall states that the extra plate is 'The Lilliputian tailors...' on page 65 and that the plates have tissue guards but in fact only the tissue to the frontispiece is found in the Limited De Luxe edition of Gulliver. He also mentions 7 chapter headings and tailpieces, but there are 28 (see page 91). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Works (Sunflower Edition)

      Lamb, 1909 8vo, 20.2cm, a handsome quarter-leather set of 14 books, number 338 of 1000 numbered sets, with the sunflower motif in gilt on the spine of each volume. various paginations c.[4800]pp., with 62 plates including 14 photogravure frontis plates with captioned tissue guards. A brilliant set of Oscar Wilde's Collected Works. It including: Salome; The Duchess of Padua; VeraLady Windermere's Fan; The Importance of Being Earnest; Lord Arthur Savile's Crime; The Portrait of Mr. W.H., Intentions;A House of Pomegranates; The Happy Prince; De Profundus; Dorian Gray; A Woman of No Importance; An Ideal Husband; Poems in Prose; Poems; Epigrams; Essays & Stories by Lady Wilde (Speranza); Essays, Criticisms and Reviews. Also included is "His Life with a Critical Estimate of HisWriting". Not included is What Never Dies. The illustrations in "Salome" are by Aubrey Beardsley.. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.

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        A new modification of the cloud method of determining the elementary electrical charge and the most probable value of that charge," in The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine, Volume XIX, Sixth Series, 1910, pp. 209-228

      - FIRST EDITION OF THE IMPORTANT PRECURSOR TO ROBERT MILLIKAN'S FAMOUS OIL DROP EXPERIMENT, THIS THE 'BALANCED-DROPLET' EXPERIMENT. In his autobiography, Millikan notes that this paper established the "first definite, sharp, unambiguous proof that electricity was definitely unitary in structure and that it only appeared in exact multiples of that unit." - a scenario that in essence made possible the measurement of the electrical charge. In this paper, Millikan makes "the important discovery that individual drops always carried an exact multiple of the smallest charge measured - this being the first accurate measurement of the charge of the electron" ( Davis, Science in the Making, Volume 3, 10-11). At the time of Millikan's writing, no one had yet obtained a reliable value for this fundamental constant, and some antiatomistic Continental physicists were insisting that it was not the constant of a unique particle but a statistical average of diverse electrical energies" (DSB, 9, pp. 395). "Millikan launched his investigation with a technique developed by the British-born physicist H. A. Wilson; it consisted essentially of measuring, first, the rate at which a charged cloud of water vapor fell under the counterforce of an electric field. Using Stokes's law of fall to determine the mass of the cloud, one could in principle compute the ionic charge. Millikan quickly recognized the numerous uncertainties in this technique, including the fact that evaporation at the surface of the cloud confused the measure of its rate of fall. Hoping to correct for this effect, he decided to study the evaporation history of the cloud while a strong electric field held it in a stationary position. But when Millikan switched on the powerful field, the cloud disappeared; in its place were a few charged water drops moving slowly in response to the imposed electrical force. "He quickly realized that it would be a good deal more accurate to determine the electronic charge by working with a single drop than with the swarm of particles in a cloud. Finding that he could make measurements on water drop s for up to forty-five seconds before they evaporated, Millikan arrived at a value for e in 1909 which he considered accurate to within 2 percent. More important, he observed that the charge on any given water drop was always an integral multiple of an irreducible value. This result provided that most persuasive evidence yet that electrons were fundamental particles of identical charge and mass" (ibid, 396). Here Millikan makes "the important discovery that individual drops always carried an exact multiple of the smallest charge measured - this being the first accurate measurement of the charge of the electron" ( Davis, Science in the Making, Volume 3, 10-11). Millikan recorded the "most probable value of the elementary electrical charge" to have "a weighted mean of 4.65 x 10 (-10) e.s.u. - a significant increase over previously determined values of e, but in excellent agreement with half the value Rutherford and Geiger had obtained for the charge on alpha particles in 1908" (Holton, 1978, 51; Davis, 11). Robert A. Millikan was an American physicist. He received the Nobel prize in 1923 "for his work on the elementary charge of electricity and on the photoelectric effect" (Nobel Portal). CONDITION & DETAILS: London: Taylor & Francis. (9 x 5.75 inches; 225 x 144mm). Complete. [4], viii, [924], 4. Thirteen plates and in-text illustrations throughout. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown (St. John's College, Oxford) and small stamp on the rear of the title page. No other library markings inside or out. Handsomely, solidly, and tightly rebound in three quarter brown calf over cloth boards; a line of slight toning on the front board (see scan); slight scuffing at the edges. Five gilt-ruled raised bands at the spine; gilt armorial devices in the compartments. Gilt-lettered red and black morocco spine labels. Bright and clean. Near fine condition.

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      William Heinemann Ltd 1909 - #310 of 1000 copies signed by the artist, 15 tipped-in colour plates by Arthur Rackham, captioned tissue guards, occasional spotting, mainly to tissue guards, original pictorial white vellum, gilt titles, top edge gilt, rough cut pages, lacking silk ties, lower cover damp-stained,does not effect contents.Beautiful illustrations well protected by tissue and brown paper guards."This is the story of the knight Huldbrand of Ringstetten and of Undine, telling how the knight wedded with a water-sprite, and what chanced therefrom: and how the knight died and was buried; and how Undine returned to her element beneath the Mediterranean Sea." Please contact us for further information or photographs. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Three ALS on personal letterhead, program, and signed, dedicated photograph from Wright Lorimer to Estelle Carpenter of San Francisco and her two daughters.

      San Francisco: Wright Lorimer , 1909. First Edition. Letter. Very good. Walter M. S. [Myron Smith] Lowell, American stage actor and playwright, author of famous religious play The Shepherd King and star of the Broadway production (playing David). Lorimer, a Colgate College (Massachusetts) graduate, Oxford post-grad, Dearborn Stock Company of Chicago theatre member, then surprisingly: Pennsylvania baptist preacher, marriage and a gig as a poultry farmer ..then 15-year old Zelda ran away with him in Michigan, all that before the iconic role of King David. Six years plus, the nation loved him and his stardom rose. After wide notoriety, a vaudeville crestfall and the absence of a follow-up chapter of success, he committed suicide at the age of 38 years, by putting his head in the gas oven of a boarding house kitchen on 124 West Sixty-fifth Street . His personal letterhead reads: Grasp Thine Opportunities, showing a hand grasping three arrows. Three letters from what likely are hotels in Northern California, wherein he writes to Estelle Carpenter, Decemeber 14, 1909, 777 Turk St., San Francisco: 'My Dear Miss Carpenter' after visiting her unusual and welcoming home. You must know that I see many homes in a season of travel, homes where money has been spent with a lavish hand - some arranged with an artistic taste, some crowded with valuable decorations with so little sense that one is uncomfortable - but your home! The memory of the sweet odor - the quiet - the presence of the spirit of something unnameable but most satisfying will long linger in my memory. He offers her a box at the Garrick Theatre (program laid in), invites her to come, perhaps closing night, and fill it with friends. (To Estelle Carpenter, Q of H) January 3, 1910, Sacramento: To The Carpenters: My own dear friends, just a line to tell you how I miss you and wish I could run in to dinner. The memory of your loving kindness is sweeter than all the flowers that grow in all the gardens of California and your home is 'Sunshine" even in stormy weather. Jan 10-15th I shall be in Los Angeles and hope to have a line from each of you. Writes of manager/advance man. He is no longer producing the Shepard King and wishes to be own manager again - 'Write to me Estelle - Edith and mother - I want to hear from you. Yours Always, Wright Larimer." May 8, 1910: My Dear Estelle Carpenter: Hello! Did you get my booklets. I am home at work with a crew of masons on my open air theatre. Have lots of applications for pupils but cannot take then until I get dormitory completed. Hope you and mother and sister are welll. Had a fine season through the middle west and south. My whole heart and soul are in my plan to present great Biblical Plays in my open air theatre. Write to me to address.. "I love you all three." [underscored]. Yours ever, Wright. P.O. Box 216, Rockaway, New Jersey. Photograph shows Lorimer costumed for the Good Shepard, a 6 x 11 matted on 15 x 10-1/2, December 17, 1909. "This picture of me as 'David' is presented to my Dear friends Mrs. Carpenter and her two daughers in memory of one of the most delightful visits of my memory. Wright Lorimer". Loss to mat, with chipped border and split along signature. Estelle Carpenter served as Supervisor of Music for San Francisco Public Schools from 1897 to 1945. Known as that "dynamo in skirts," she inspired generations of school children to "breathe deeply," An active member of many musical societies in California and nationwide, it was under her guidance that the school system initiated one of the most innovative and thorough musical programs in the nation. Her papers are held at the California Historical Society. Letters near fine; Photograph and program showing flaws: good.

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        John Thorndyke's Cases: Related by Christopher Jervis, M.D

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1909. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. (Catalogue at rear dated "908" for September 1908, predating publication, but no priority.) 288 p. with 32 page catalogue at rear. Original brown cloth with gilt spine lettering, orange and black stamping on front. Very Good. Spine a bit cocked, tips worn, gilt lettering mostly quite bright. Two small pitted scrapes to the fore edge. Tissue guard intact, toned. A bit of offsetting to endpapers. Contents generally clean and nice. A Haycraft-Queen cornerstone.

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        Four Signed Checks

      Chicago, 1909. unbound. Fine lot consisting of four signed checks drafted by founding members of the Ringling Brothers Circus, several directly related to circus business, including: Henry Ringling (1869 - 1918) drafting a check to his sickly brother Al Ringling (1852 - 1918) for the sum of $20,000. Signed by Henry on the obverse and endorsed by Al on the recto; Charles Ringling (1863 - 1926) interesting check with Ringling Brothers "The Worlds Greatest Shows" imprint, made out to the Strobridge Lithographing Co., October 15, 1921, the Chicago firm which printed many of the colorful Circus posters in the 1900s; Otto Ringling (1858 - 1911) scarce signed check drafted on The Corn Exchange National Bank, April 26, 1909, with dark bold signature; and John Ringling (1866 - 1936) drafting a check on The Corn Exchange National Bank, August 29, 1922, to the Bank of Sarasota for the sum of $40,000. This deposit was in anticipation of expenses which would be incurred when the Circus would retire to its winter quarters in Sarasota, Florida. This lot is in very good condition with the usual cancellation holes (evident on most Ringling checks) far from the signatures. Five Ringling Brothers signatures on four checks. Founded in the United States in 1884 by 5 of the 7 Ringling Brothers. It acquired the Barnum and Bailey Circus, merging them in 1919 to become Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus.

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        Über die Entwicklung unserer Anschauungen über das Wesen und die Konstitution der Strahlung. SS. 817-826. - Und: Derselbe. Zum gegenwärtigen Stand des Strahlungsproblems. SS. (185)-193. In: Physikalische Zeitschrift, Jg. 10.

      Leipzig Hirzel 1909 - (27,5 x 20 cm). XXII, 1040 S. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und 29 teils gefalteten Tafeln. Halbleinwandband der Zeit. Zu I: Erste Ausgabe seines berühmten, in Salzburg vor der Gesellschaft Deutscher Naturforscher gehaltenen Vortrags mit einem Diskussionsbeitrag von M. Planck am Schluss. Einstein vertritt hier die Auffassung, dass dem Licht neben einem Wellencharakter auch eine körnige Struktur zugeschrieben werden muss. Pauli bezeichnet zurückliegend Einsteins Vortrag als einen "Wendepunkt in der Entwicklung der theoretischen Physik". Die Arbeit erschien im gleichen Jahr auch in den Verhandlungen der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft. - Weil 30. - Zu II: Erste Ausgabe seiner ersten Arbeit zu diesem Thema, noch aus seiner Berner Zeit. Einstein will hier einen Überblick über den gegenwärtigen Stand der Strahlungstheorie geben. - Weil 28. - Exlibris. Stempel auf Titel. Einband etwas berieben, sonst sauber und gut erhalten. - Der Band enthält auch eine halbseitige gemeinsame Erklärung von Einstein und Ritz zum Strahlungsproblem. - Weil 29 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Handbuch der Physiologischen Optik. Dritte Aufl. ergänzt und hg. in Gemeinschaft mit A. Gullstrand und J. von Kries von W. Nagel.

       Hamburg/Lpz. Voss 1909-11. 3 Bde. (kompl.) kl.-4°. XVI, 376; VIII, 391; VIII, 564 S. Mit insg. 307 Textabb., 9 Taf. u. 1 Portrait. HLdr. d. Zt. Kanten berieb.Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz (1821-1894), deutscher Physiologe und Physiker. - Bd. I: Einleitung - Die Dioptrik des Auges/ Bd. II: Die Lehre von den Gesichtsempfindungen/ Bd. III: Die Lehre von der Gesichtswahrnehmung. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Ophtalmologie

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        Aniline Black

      1909. NOELTING, E. and A. LEHNE. Aniline Black and its Applications in Dyeing and Printing. [vi], [8], 210, [vii-x] pp. Illustrated with two folding plates and 45 mounted fabric and yarn samples. Tall 8vo., 245 x 150 mm, bound in publisher's maroon cloth, title gilt on spine. London: Heywood & Co., 1909. Expanded English edition of a work first published in France in 1889. A history of aniline black introduces a discussion of manufacture and uses, illustrated with 45 mounted fabric samples in patterns and solids all dyed using aniline blacks. The styles include Carbalin and Carbalin Resist Colours under Prussiate Black, Diphenyl Black Oil DO with Alizarine Blue, etc., with formulae in the text describing the colour composition as well as printing processes. Advertisements at front and back, including pastedowns.

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        Die Nordsee. 1825/1826. Gedruckt als Drittes Buch der Ernst Ludwig Presse, Darmstadt von F.W. Kleukens & C.H. Kleukens..

      Leipzig, Insel, 1909 Gr.-8°. 2 Bl., 45 S. 1 Bl., OPergament, goldgepräge Deckelvignette, Kopfgoldschnitt und grüne Seidenschliessbänder. , Ein Bd. fehlt, Bleistiftwidmung a. Vors. - schönes Exemplar. Eins von dreihundert Exemplare wurden abgezogen. (Rodenberg. Deutsche Pressen Seite 74. Nummer 3). Versand D: 20,00 EUR Bibliophile Ausgaben

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        Itinerario del Rey Don Alfonso V de Aragon y I de Napoles

      Mariano Escar, Zaragoza 1909 - media piel holandesa bien conservada con nervios, tejuelo y hieros dorados en el lomo, conserva rústica original ilustrada láminas y escudo en portada, edición numerada y limitada a 200 ejemplares en papel de hilo, impreso con tipos góticos de incunable, restaurados por Eudaldo Canibell. . 335 págs.

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        Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (Limited Edition)

      Hodder & Stoughton, New York and London 1909 - Edmund Dulac (illustrator). Limited Edition (200 Copies). Printed from the Second edition.A Good+ copy of the scarce American Limited Edition of "Two hundred Copies for the United States of America" this being copy 186, illustrated with 20 tipped-in color plates bordered by illustrated decorations by the venerable Edmund Dulac (n.d. assumed 1909). A much scarcer edition than the British Limited Edition of 750 copies, but not signed by Dulac. Bound in highly decorated gold gilt-stamped vellum, silk tie-ribbons and clasp missing, top edge gilt.Separated but attached to the reinforcing. All illustrations remain tipped-in and quite bright.Lettering and decorations to front board and spine are fairly bright, but the boards and spine are soiled. Boards are a bit splayed. No marks or highlights in text. No writing in the interior. We wrap and box our books for shipping. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Das tolle Hundert : Hundert [100] Zeitungsausschnitte unfreiwilligen erotischen Humors, in Zinkätzung nach den Originalen reproduziert, mit einem Begleitwort von Dr. L. H. (=Gesellschaft Österreichischer Bibliophilen: Publikation der Gesellschaft Österreichischer Bibliophilen ; Stück 19)

      C. W. Stern Verlag, Wien 1909 - Luxusausgabe in Straußenleder? mit Kopfgoldschnitt im Pappschuber, gr.-8°, 47 S.; Schuber Berieben, Innengelenke mit kl. offenen Stellen, gutes Exemplar Privatdruck Luxusausgabe von 30 Exemplaren unser Exemplar mit der Nummer 5 vgl. Hayn/Gotendorf III, S. 355 f. : Laut Zeitschrift für Bücherfreunde N. F. JG. III, 1912 Heft 2 S. 418 beschlagnahmt de 500 Buch [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      - MONTGOMERY,L.M. ANNE OF AVONLEA. Bost:Page 1909 (1909). 8vo, tannish cloth, pict. paste-on, 367p. + [8], covers soiled and some internal soil as well, still near VG. Stated 1st impression of the second Anne book. Illus. with color frontis by George Gibbs. Extremely scarce. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - ALDIN,CECIL. THE WHITE KITTEN BOOK. London & NY: Hodder & Stoughton [1909]. 4to, cloth backed pictorial boards, slight edge wear, near fine. Written by Aldin and illustrated by him with 12 charming color plates (on tan paper) and with many wonderful line illustrations. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letters on the Baluch-Afghan Boundary Commission of 1896 under Captain A.H. McMahon, C.I.E.

      Calcutta: `The Baptist Mission Press,, 1909. Written to the Englishman (Calcutta) and Times of India (Bombay) by their Special Correspondent with the Mission. Small octavo. Original dark blue sand-grained cloth, title gilt to the spine, black surface-paper endpapers. A little rubbed, and very slightly mottled, pale toning, single worm-track through the last few leaves, but overall very good indeed. First and only edition, extremely uncommon OCLC has BL and University of Nebraska only. The Afghan-Baluch boundary from Domandi to the Persian frontier was one of the last sections of the borders of India to be officially demarcated (see Davies, The Problem of the North-West Frontier, 1890-1908, p 162). Maynard - who was to become one of India's leading ophthalmologists, performing over 14,000 operations for cataracts, and publishing important papers on glaucoma - accompanied McMahon's commission as Medical Officer, publishing a couple of scientific papers relating to observations made on the expedition, along with these unofficial "despatches" contributed to the Indian press. Maynard's letters are picturesque but highly informative, always retaining a sense of the importance of the task in hand, and the vital rôle that the commanding officer played in the success of their operations; "All of this has not been accomplished without great forethought, great tact, and the constant exercise of those qualities of mind and heart in dealing with more or less civilised races, and which are possessed by Captain McMahon in an eminent degree. The proof of this is that the demarcation of 800 miles of frontier Â… all of it lying among tribes more noted for their lawlessness and disregard for their manners, and in country which, when not actual desert, has been hitherto regarded as unsafe for British officers to visit, has been settled, much of it rapidly, and all of it without accident" (p.87). Maynard had previously served on the Black Mountain Expedition, as the superintendent of Patna Opium Factory, 1895-1901, and as Civil Surgeon Ranchi, Hazaribagh, Patna and Darjeeling. He died in 1921 at the age of 57.

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        Artemis to Actaeon and other verse.

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 1909 - First edition. Small octavo. 90 pages. Original gilt decorated dark green cloth.Presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author to her "personal maid in attendance" Elise Duvlenck: "Elise from Edith - Sept 1909". Wharton's biographer, R.W.B. Lewis, writes: "The pink-cheeked and rather breathless Elise had only recently joined Edith's household. Edith at first regarded her as 'full of merit, but lacking her predecessor's commanding genius'; but after the group began its jaunts, Elise proved her ability by taking charge of most of the luggage and conveying it from place to place by train, while the others traveled in the Mercedes. As time passed, indeed, Elise came closer in Edith's affections than anyone in her household except [Catherine] Gross. On her side Elise, who was soon declaring that she alone knew how to look after Mme. Wharton and her wardrobe, developed an almost mystical reverence for her mistress."Faint traces of damp to covers. Very good indeed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Goethes Sämtliche Werke.

      Mnch Georg Müller bzw Bln Prophyläen (-1925) 1909 - Priv. Halbledereinbände mit Rückenschildchen. 45 Bde.3 Erg.-Bde. u. 1 Suppl.-Bd. (alles). Kl.-4°. Taf. Obere Kante mit Goldschnitt. -Die ersten 4-5 Bde. gering stockfl. Sehr dekorative Reihe, ausgezeichnete Buchbinderarbeit. 30000 gr.

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        In the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern Division of the Eastern Judicial District of Missouri. United States of America, Petitioner, v. Standard Oil Company of New Jersey et al., Defendants. Brief of Facts and Arguments for Petitioner. Volume I and Volume 2

      Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 1909 - Both volumes: Original heather grey wraps with black lettering, bound into tan cloth/boards with black lettering on spine, for the Wilmington Institute. Vol. I: 533 pp. with 8 folding documents; no illustrations. Vol. 2: 543 pp. with 9 folding graphs; no illustrations. The trial based on the premise that John D. Rockefeller, William Rockefeller, and Henry M. Flagler "conceived the purpose of controlling the petroleum trade, both domestic and export, and obtaining a monopoly thereof [and] entered into a conspirace which from time to time took the form of various combinations." Monopolies, secret rates, price-cutting, etc. Some things never change! VG, clean and tight but with general shelf wear to covers. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Pratt Institute, Art Student's Notebook

      New York 1909 - Marbled paper over boards, with paper label on front board, black cloth backstrip; 4to (7.5 by 10 inches); approx. pp. 150, illustrated throughout with original drawings in b/w and color, and plenty of tipped-in ephemera (drawings, photographs, school bulletins, and more). Boards scuffed; binding shaken. An art student's journal, filled with illustrations, photographs, and notes related to classes taken at Brooklyn's renowned Pratt Institute during the year 1909. Includes watercolors and drawings for Normal Art, Life and Portrait, Methods and Sketch, Mechanical Drawing, Composition, Applied Art, and Perspective. Memorabilia and photographs mounted to the pages document buildings on the Fort Greene campus, class pictures identify students and faculty, and several pages contain classmate autographs. Laid-in materials include programs for campus events and commencement ceremonies, ticket stubs, playbills, as well as snapshots from an outing on Henrick Hudson. By turns public and personal, it also includes a photograph of a boy in Prospect Park, with the handwritten caption, "From the morning we played hookey," and a photograph of her bedroom, with the sunlight shining on her teddy bear and neatly made bed. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Magician

      New York, New York: Duffield & Company. Very Good with no Dust Jacket. 1909. First US Edition: First Printing. Hard Cover. First US Edition, which followed the First UK Edition and a First Colonial Edition, both published in 1908. Boards now protected by a new Brodart Archival Mylar Cover. Original Slate Blue cloth boards with orange lettering on spine and front board (bright colors on front but somewhat faded on spine) and green twin cobra snakes intertwined embossing on front board. Pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Board and spine corners are slightly rubbed. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. The novel inspired a film of the same name directed in 1926 by Rex Ingram. "Set in Bohemian Paris at the turn of the 20th century, this sinister novel was inspired by the notorious black magician, Aleister Crowley, and portrays Parisian cafe society." .

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        The Tailor of Gloucester.

      London: Frederick Warne and Co.,, [c.1909]. Sextodecimo. Original green moiré cloth, titles and decoration to spine and front board gilt, pictorial label to front board, illustrated endpapers, all edges gilt. Housed in a custom red cloth folding case. Frontispiece and 26 colour illustrations by the author. Spine ends and tips rubbed, spine panel slightly discoloured, front hinge lightly creased; an excellent, bright copy. Second deluxe binding, later impression, featuring the endpaper design introduced in July 1909. From the library of Winifred Warne, with her bookplate to the inner cover of the folding case.

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        Dictionnaire des Formes Cursives des Caractères Chinois.

      Ernest Leroux, 1909. 202 p.Ein vollständiges, aber sehr mitgenommenes Exemplar. Bindung durch transparentes Klebeband gestützt, dabei sind die letzten 5 Seiten etwas nach oben verrutscht; Kanten des Einbandes sowie der ersten und letzten Seiten mit zahlreichen, kleinen Einrissen; insgesamt altersbedingt nachgedunkelt und vereinzelte Flecken, vor allem am Einband. - A complete but worn copy. Loose binding strengthened by tape whereby the last pages shifted upwards; cover\'s and some pages\' margins with a few tears; pages and cover discoloured by age and with occasional stains.0 Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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      London: Hodder and Stoughton,, [1909]. Rendered into English Verse by Edward Fitzgerald. Quarto. Contemporary red crushed full morocco by Bayntun, red cloth sides, raised bands to spine forming compartments, second and third gilt-lettered direct, remaining compartments gilt with vine-leaf sprays, top edge gilt, fore edge untrimmed. 20 tipped-in colour plates with captioned tissue guards. Front cover unevenly sunned, spine slightly toned, contents bright and clean. A very good copy. First Dulac edition, trade issue.

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        Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

      UK: Hodder & Stoughton. London, Hodder and Stoughton, n.d. [c1909]. First edition thus, first Dulac edition. Near fine. Rebound by Bayntun with their signature. It would be fine save for a little uneven sunning to the upper board. Light rubbing to spine. Half morocco, TEG, lovely gilt work. Internally very well preserved. Marbled endpapers. n.d. [c1909] . Near Fine. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1909.

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      London: Macmillan and Company, 1909. First edition, first issue, with 8 pages of publishers' advertisements date "1.09". Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by H.G. Wells on the half title page, "To T.K. Rose from H.G. Wells (& may it stand the assay). The recipient Thomas Kirke Rose, was a Assayer of the Royal Mint from 1902-1926. In excellent condition with some reinforcement to the crown and foot of the spine. Uncommon signed and inscribed. Tono-Bungay is a realist semiautobiographical novel written by H. G. Wells and published in 1909. It has been called "arguably his most artistic book".

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        [Original Photo Album of the Construction of the Madeira-Mamore Railroad]

      (ca 1909-1912). Very good. Small oblong 8vo. album. Black textured board, 5.5” x 8” approx. “Brazil” in white album pen to front cover. Photographic map mounted to front pastedown. With 61 vintage photographs glue-mounted recto and verso, plus one remarkable 5-panel, 2.5’ fold-out panorama of Porto Velho. Most images 5.75” x 6.75”, some smaller. Eleven hand-colored. Most numbered in the negative. All clearly captioned in English. Rubbed at joints; some bumping, wear. Binding cocked. A few leaves tender at gutter. Apparently complete. Very good. The construction of the Madeira-Mamore Railroad through the Brazilian Amazon is considered one of the most deadly and impressive engineering feats of the 20th century. More than 6,000 workers died over the course of its 230-mile construction, one — so the legend goes — for every railroad tie laid. The line was intended to transport rubber from remote Brazilian forests for export, but not long after its completion in 1912 the center of rubber production shifted to Asia. Nevertheless, the railway was a defining event of Brazilian and South American identity. And the album here offered contains beautiful, accomplished images of the project, taken by official photographer Dana B. Merrill. Merrill was contracted to document the project in 1909 and stayed through completion, eventually taking more than 2,000 photos (fewer than 200 are known today). Images in this album include the hospital ward, worker's cafe, bridges and other rail structure, engines and train-cars, native Caripuna Indians, various camps and laborers, jungle scenes, and like. Many of these appeared in the two most comprehensive accounts of the Madeira-Mamore: Frank Kravingny's THE JUNGLE ROUTE (Tremayne, 1940) and TRACKS IN THE AMAZON by Gary and Rose Needleman (Utah, 2014). However, our research suggests at least several of these photographs are previously unknown. An important collection of one of the major construction projects of the last century, taken by an innovative photographer, of whom foremost Merrill expert Pedro Ribeiro Moreira Neto has written: “How then did these dramatic and powerful images emerge — since we find no precedent — if not from the genius of the photographer? What other photographer could have produced images of such sophisticated technical quality[...]?” OCLC lists only two substantial collections of Merrill’s photographs: NYPL and the National Library of Brazil.

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        A Book Of Satyrs.

      John Lane / The Bodley Head (1909), London & New York - Hardcover. Folio. 17.5 x 13.25 inches. (32pp.) Green paper covered boards with title and decorative device on front cover, parchment spine. Text printed on thick laid paper. Edition Limited to 300 copies Decorative title page plus reproductions of thirteen full-page black and white line drawings, as well as a number of smaller decorations. Introduction by James Guthrie. The Second Edition of Spare's second-published book - this edition had an additional full page plate "Pleasure" (used as the frontispiece) that did not appear in the 1907 First Edition, and the text of Guthrie's Introduction has also been reset and some of the vignettes re-arranged. Harper A2b. Small tear to the bottom of the spine at the front hinge. Spine and boards somewhat grubby, as always, and with a rather unfortunate liquid stain, somewhat larger than a matchbox, near the fore-edge of the front board. Corners lightly bumped and rounded as always. Internally the book is far nicer than usually encountered: this is a book that often suffers from quite severe shadowing and offset from the plates. In this case there is only a hint of discoloration, and a little light foxing to the edges. Small contemporary bookseller's blindstamp on first blank. Internally quite bright but the state of the binding means it would not really rate above VG. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Photograph - SCARCE - Round Framed Photo of Famous English Painter


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        The Cottage Homes of England.

      4to. Original white cloth decorated in gilt to spine and upper cover, top edge gilt, others uncut, unopened; pp. xvi 287; 64 fine mounted coloured plates after watercolours by Helen Allingham, set behind tissue-guards, largely depicting picturesque thatched cottages in Victorian rural scenes; contemporary presentation inscription to front free endpaper; a fine copy in exceptional condition, both externally and internally. First edition de luxe, limited to only 500 numbered copies signed by Allingham. The scope of this artist lay in cottage and rural life, although an early success came with a commission to provide 12 illustrations for the serialised first edition of Thomas Hardy's fourth novel Far From The Madding Crowd in The Cornhill Magazine, 1874. These drawings were signed with her maiden name H. Paterson.

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        Praehistorische Zeitschrift. Bände 1-73 und Register für die Bände 1-55 in

      Berlin, Selbstverlag, 19091998. - Mit sehr zahlreichen Tafeln, Karten und Tabellen und Abbildungen im Text. Titelei durchgehend gestempelt. Guter Zustand. ISSN: 00794848. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 100000 Grüne und blaue Leineneinbände.

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