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        The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales. From the Old French. [Including: Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Blue Beard, and Beauty and the Beast, etc.]

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, n.d. [1910]. - FIRST DULAC TRADE EDITION. Quarto (28x23cm), pp.[xviii]; 131; [1], blank. Contains thirty beautiful tipped in colour plates, including frontispiece, each protected with tissue guard. Publisher's full brown pebble-grain leather-effect cloth, titles and ornate decoration in gilt to spine and boards. Very light spotting to contents otherwise internally fine. Crown of spine a little frayed else a crisp, clean copy. Most attractive. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, PBFA, ABA, ILAB]
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        The Works of John M. Synge, in Four Volumes

      Maunsel and Company, Limited, Dublin 1910 - 4 volumes. 8vo. 1st collected edition. With bookplate of Dorothy Moulton Mayer to paste-down of volume one. Clean tight copies, with minor foxing to endpapers. NF. THE SET: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Strand Book Store, ABAA]
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        Mapa Gral y de Comunicaciones de la República de Cuba

      Cuba - RAND & MC. NALLY (grabado); J. G. VIÑA (editor) Gran fotograbado de la ínsula de Cuba realizado hacia 1910. Además de incluir el mapa político y de comunicaciones de la isla, incluye información agrícola, así como imágenes de los diferentes dirigentes estatales. Raro. Se encuentra enmarcado. Estado de conservación regular / bueno. Algunas faltas (sobre todo en ángulo superior derecha). Craqueladuras y restos de humedades. Restaurado. Siglo: XX Fotograbado. Papel vitela. Grabador: Rand & Mc. Nally. Dibujante: Viña, J. G. Circa 1910. Altura papelt: 1100. Anchura papel: 1600. Altura plancha:. Anchura plancha:

      [Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats]
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        Commission des Inondations. Rapports et Documents Divers. 1910

      ciii, 707 pp. volume put out by the Flood Commission, chaired by Alfred Picard, following the Great Flood of Paris of 1910, in which various public authorities analyze the causes of the catastrophic flooding with regards to specific facets of Parisian infrastructure including the bridges, sewers, railways, trams, telegraph and telephone lines, electricity, and gas, and make recommendations for changes to prevent another similar disaster, including the establishment of reservoirs and a deepening of the Seine. Tables, notes. Illustrated with 18 large folding plates including a hydrologic map of the Seine basin, maps of flooded regions, a railway map, and diagrams and charts. 4to. Newer 3/4 leather with raised spine and marbled boards. Paris (Imprimerie Nationale) 1910. In the winter of 1909-1910, Paris and its environs experienced higher than average rainfall. The water level of the Seine rose eight meters, and the city became flooded through its sewers, subway tunnels, and drains. These tunnels had been enlarged as part of Baron Haussmann's changes to the city in 1878, which magnified the level of destruction. Much of Paris's infrastructure was shut down as it was built within the sewage system to keep from cluttering the streets. Tracks at the Gare d'Orsay even sat under a meter of water. On January 28 the water in the Seine reached its maximum height of 8.62 meters above its normal level, and in March levels finally returned to normal. Very scarce; as of January 2018, WorldCat locates only two institutional holdings in North America.

      [Bookseller: F.A. Bernett Books]
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        Triumphe - Grafikmappe 1968 Erstausgabe

      Eine Bildfolge mit einen Kupferstich- ('Triumph einer barocken Stadt'.) diese auch signiert und acht Reproduktionen Text von ERNESTO GRASSI (in deutscher und englischer Sprache) 4 Blatt 4 Textseiten und acht montierte und passepartiert Abbildungen Orig. Lila-Samtmappe [Die aufwendig gestaltete Ausgabe auf schwerem Bütten gedruckt und in lila Samtmappe mit Original- Kupferstich ist mit einem durchsichtigen SU versehen]. Von Gugel hielt die provokante Eleganz im Stil des ausgehenden 16. Jahrhunderts und des Barock, die Emblemata zeichneten und stachen, für einen solchen Gewinn, daß er nicht glaubte, für den eigenen Ausdruck darauf Verzicht leisten zu sollen. Gugels Stilverhalten hat immer einen eminent aristokratischen Habitus. Freilich Vollkommenheit hat immer etwas Hochfahrendes, etwas das nicht fraternisiert. Aber wie schockierend ist das in einem Jahrhundert, da die Gleichheit, wie Baudelaire gesagt hat, sich auf dem untersten Niveau vollzieht." aus der Laudatio anläßlich seines 90.Geburtstages, gehalten von Rüdiger Kampmann. Fabius von Gugel (* 13. September 1910 in Worms 28. November 2000 in München) war ein deutscher phantastisch-surrealistischer Zeichner, Grafiker, Maler, Bühnenbildner, Porzellangestalter und Dichter minimal an den Kanten angestaubt -sehr guter allgemein Zustand Versand erfolgt sofort nach Geldeingang !! Alle Artikel werden von mir in Luftpolster Versandtaschen oder in speziellen Kartonagen verschickt.

      [Bookseller: Karokönig]
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        Recherches Sur l'inhibition Des Muscles Et Du Réflexe Patellaire. (Thèse De Doctorat De Médecine) COPY SIGNED BY FLOURNOY

      Genève, Société Générale d'Edition 1910 - Grand in-8° broché, 60 [1] pages. Exemplaire de thèse de la Faculté de Médecine de Genève. Bel ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE d'Henri Flournoy au docteur B. Wiki sur la page de titre. Un minuscule manque angulaire au coin supérieur gauche du premier plat (1 cm) autrement exemplaire comme neuf. Henri Flournoy, psychiatre - il fut un temps psychanalyste (son fils Olivier Flournoy, psychanalyste émérite, rejoindra le mouvement lacanien),est le fils de Théodore Flournoy et le beau-frère de Raymond de Saussure. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: PRISCA]
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        The Ball and the Cross

      Wells, Gardner, Darton, London 1910 - Very good in very good dust jacket. First UK edition, first issue with cancel title page cancel page 357 and erratum slip at page 93. Scarce in jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Graver & Pen Rare Books]
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        Erène ou l'été fleuri [COPY INSCRIBED TO HIMSELF!]

      C. Marque, Oloron-Sainte-Marie 1910 - In-8° relié (23 x 17,5cm), percaline ivoire, 12 pp. non ch., signet. Il s'agit de l'édition originale (12 ans avant la publication de ces poésies en 1922 chez Emile-Paul frères), limitée à 20 exemplaires numérotés à la main, faite à compte d'auteur par Derème lui-même chez un imprimeur d'Oloron-Sainte-Marie, où sa mère possédait une maison dans laquelle il vint se ressourcer toute sa vie. La date de septembre 1910 est imprimée en page de faux-titre. Fondateur de l'Ecole Fantaisiste avec Francis Carco, le poète Tristan Derème signe de son nom d'artiste un bel envoi à. Philippe Huc -son véritable patronyme!): "à toi, Philippe Huc, qui a pensé ces pages avec ma tête et les as écrites avec ma main." Belle écriture, fine, à l'encre violette. C'est l'exemplaire n°20 (sur 20).Est joint une enveloppe datée de 1930 adressée à H. Henri Bouffard, auteur bordelais, dans laquelle sont conservées deux coupures de presse : une colonne constituée d'un extrait d'un texte d'Antoine Riquoir sur « La Maison de Tristan Derème » (publié en 1930) et une colonne de Tristan Derème sur la poésie, titrée « Le Vrai Trésor », publiée dans Le Figaro où il tenait une chronique hebdomadaire de 1927 à 1929. Plus intéressant encore et émouvant est un courrier manuscrit de 3 feuillets pliés en quatre, écrit à l'encre noire et signé par Derème, depuis Cazères-sur-Garonne, le 4 avril 1913 (période au cours de laquelle il était journaliste-chroniqueur au quotidien local Les Pyrénées et publie « La Flûte fleurie »). Difficile d'identifier le « cher ami » destinataire, probablement un autre poète (Francis Carco ? Paul-Jean Toulet ?) dont Derème se sent proche. Il écrit qu'il est en train de relire « L'Imitation [de Jésus-Christ] » en latin, estimant des traductions, « même les plus illustres » [Derème fait évidemment allusion à Pierre Corneille], « loin d'atteindre à la violence et à la magnifique grandeur de l'original ». Un paragraphe vante la beauté de la campagne de Haute-Garonne. La lettre finit sur une précieuse justification du poète sur le « dédain des rimes » que lui reproche son ami au sujet d'un texte paru dans la revue littéraire « L'île sonnante ». « J'ai voulu tenter une expérience », explique-t-il. Derème parle plutôt d'assonances que de rimes et les recherchent pour traduire un souvenir précis, elles s'éloignent quand il s'agit d'évoquer le temps présent, puis la rime revient, les noms se rapprochent quand le souvenir renaît ; les rimes hésitent enfin dans la dernière partie du texte par la comparaison du passé et de présent. Avec dérision, Derème conclut son explication de texte par un : « Maintenant, j'avoue que tout cela est bien subtil. » De dernier paragraphe de ce courrier fait allusion au chagrin causé par une « atroce aventure ». Le brochage intérieur de cette rare plaquette est fragile, les plats sont incurvés, mais l'ensemble est d'un intérêt supérieur. (TV) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LA 42EME LIGNE - LIBRAIRIE-GALERIE]
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        [Banner]: Crescent View Studio

      [New York, 1910. Very Good. Muslin banner measuring 34" x 36" with "Crescent View Studio - Views of Residences, Buildings, Groups, Animals, etc." stenciled in black. Item is very good with some staining and edgewear. A banner presumably used by an itinerant photographer around 1910 for advertising purposes on the road. From what providence we can gather it is thought this photographer was from New York State or Northern Pennsylvania. We were unable to locate another example of this sign.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        [Photo Album]: Wooster University 1910

      Wooster, Ohio, 1910. Good. Oblong quarto. Gray cloth over paper boards measuring 10" x 9" with "In those happy days of yore" and the image of a woman stamped on the front board. Contains 174 sepia-toned gelatin silver photographs affixed to stiff gray paper, the images measuring between 1.5" x 3" to 7" x 9.5" with some captions. A good only photo album with tears and loose pages with very good or better photographs with some tears.A photo album kept by a woman who attended Wooster University in Wooster, Ohio from 1907 until she graduated in 1910. Many of the photos show women around campus posing for the camera and caught being silly in candids. There are dorm room photos with walls covered in pennants and girls huddled together in bed smiling. One photo shows a girl in a silly costume with devil horns and a pitch fork. The women held numerous costume parties where they dressed as Native Americans, pilgrims, and a marching band. Featured throughout the album are numerous picnics and walks through the surrounding woods with oak leaves laid in. An early photo booth style strip of a young woman is featured as well. The woman who compiled the photos was clearly a student in the theater department. One group of photographs shows women who are part of an opera in 1908 dressed in kimonos with fans. A collection of 32 photographs, most 8" x 5.5", show three performances at the Phoenix Playhouse including "The Rivals," "Quality Street," and "Two Gentlemen of Verona." These photos show women acting in all the parts with elaborate scenery. Another section of 18 photos labeled "Senior Play June 1910" show the women outside dressed in medieval costumes possibly performing a King Arthur play, including a photo of two women in a romantic embrace, for the performance, of course. Two of the outdoor photos were combined to form a panoramic shot of the performance. Another panoramic photo shows the girls of the senior class in a row, dressed identically, holding each others waists.Wooster University was started in 1866 by Presbyterians and was founded with the theory that it would be open to anyone who qualified which included four women at it's founding. The first Ph.D. at the school was awarded to a woman in 1882 and in the same decade the first black student attended. This album was compiled after several years of refurbishment and reconstruction around the campus after a fire in 1901 destroyed many of the original buildings.An extensive album depicting a woman's education at a forward thinking university which stood by the belief that women and minorities deserved an equal chance to further their education.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Photo Album]: Wooster University 1910

      Wooster, Ohio 1910 - Oblong quarto. Gray cloth over paper boards measuring 10" x 9" with "In those happy days of yore" and the image of a woman stamped on the front board. Contains 174 sepia-toned gelatin silver photographs affixed to stiff gray paper, the images measuring between 1.5" x 3" to 7" x 9.5" with some captions. A good only photo album with tears and loose pages with very good or better photographs with some tears.A photo album kept by a woman who attended Wooster University in Wooster, Ohio from 1907 until she graduated in 1910. Many of the photos show women around campus posing for the camera and caught being silly in candids. There are dorm room photos with walls covered in pennants and girls huddled together in bed smiling. One photo shows a girl in a silly costume with devil horns and a pitch fork. The women held numerous costume parties where they dressed as Native Americans, pilgrims, and a marching band. Featured throughout the album are numerous picnics and walks through the surrounding woods with oak leaves laid in. An early photo booth style strip of a young woman is featured as well. The woman who compiled the photos was clearly a student in the theater department. One group of photographs shows women who are part of an opera in 1908 dressed in kimonos with fans. A collection of 32 photographs, most 8" x 5.5", show three performances at the Phoenix Playhouse including "The Rivals," "Quality Street," and "Two Gentlemen of Verona." These photos show women acting in all the parts with elaborate scenery. Another section of 18 photos labeled "Senior Play June 1910" show the women outside dressed in medieval costumes possibly performing a King Arthur play, including a photo of two women in a romantic embrace, for the performance, of course. Two of the outdoor photos were combined to form a panoramic shot of the performance. Another panoramic photo shows the girls of the senior class in a row, dressed identically, holding each others waists.Wooster University was started in 1866 by Presbyterians and was founded with the theory that it would be open to anyone who qualified which included four women at it's founding. The first Ph.D. at the school was awarded to a woman in 1882 and in the same decade the first black student attended. This album was compiled after several years of refurbishment and reconstruction around the campus after a fire in 1901 destroyed many of the original buildings.An extensive album depicting a woman's education at a forward thinking university which stood by the belief that women and minorities deserved an equal chance to further their education.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        2 Kataloge zu der ersten und zweiten Ausstellung der Neuen Künstlervereinigung München e. V.

      München, Bruckmann für Galerie Thannhauser, 1909 und, 1910. - jeweils circa 16,2 x 12,6 cm. 8 Blatt mit 14 Abbildungen - 47 SS., 23 Tafeln, 6 Seiten Reklame Original-Broschur mit Goldprägung Die seltenen Kataloge der ersten beiden Ausstellungen 1909 und 1910-11. Die expressionistische Künstlergruppe ging aus dem Salon der russischen Malerin Marianne von Werefkin hervor, Gründer waren neben ihr selbst Alexej Jawlensky, Adolf Erbslöh und der Musiker Oscar Wittenstein. Gabriele Münter und Wassily Kandinsky waren zunächst nicht informiert, Kandinsky wurde dann aber zum ersten Vorsitzenden gewählt. Der erste Katalog enthält nur 14 Tafeln mit Werken von Baum, Bechtejeff, Barrera-Bossi, Dresler, Erbslöh, Girieud, Hofer, Jawlensky, Kandinsky, Kanoldt, Kogan, Kubin, Münter und Werefkin. Separat erschien noch ein Verzeichnis aller 128 ausgestellten Werke (hier nicht vorhanden). - Der zweite Katalog ist dann deutlich umfangreicher und enthält neben einem Verzeichnis auch kurze theroetische Texte zur Kunst sowie einen grösseren Tafelteil mit Werken von Bechtejeff, Braque, Burljuk, Derain, van Dongen, Erbslöh, Hötger, Jawlensky, Kandinsky, Kanoldt, Kogan, Münter, Picasso, Rouault, Vlaminck, Werefkin u.a. "- Sehr gut erhalten, nur äusserlich gering nachgedunkelt und leicht berieben, sonst ungewöhnlich frisch. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        Das Nordlicht. 3 Bde. Florentiner Ausgabe.

      München u. Leipzig., Georg Müller 1910 - 420 S.; 622 S. u. 151 S. 4°, Orig.-Halbpergamentbde. Erste Ausgabe der Florentiner Ausgabe. - Eins von 700 num. Exemplaren. - Erster Bd.: ?Das Mittelmeer.? Begonnen im Winter 1898, beendet im Frühjahr 1909 mit der Einfügung der ?Perlen von Venedig. Zweiter Bd. : ?Pan. Orphisches Intermezzo.? Geschrieben in den Jahren 1902 und 1903. Dritter Bd.: ?Sahara.? Geschrieben hauptsächlich vom Herbst 1904 bis Frühjahr 1906. Spätere Ergänzungen erfolgten bis Anfang 1910. - Pergament etwas angeschmutzt, Einbände teils (finger-)fleckig, teils lichtrandig. Gelenke leicht angeplatzt. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - Raabe/Hannich-B. 55.1. 2900 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Rotes Antiquariat]
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        Autograph musical quotation signed.

      No place, 1910. - 165:125 mm. From "Madame Butterfly".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Dans le sillage des sirènes

      Leroy 1910 - aint-Germain-lès-Corbeil. Imp. F. LEROY. In 16 (14x18 cm), 91 pp. Intérieur frais mais le dos en cuir manque de se détacher. L'auteur ( (1881-1917) de l'Heure exquise (1905) a fait paraître ce recueil de poèmes en 1910. En 1917, le poète tombait, mort pour la France, à l'âge de 36 ans. Ouvrage très rare, de surcroît dédicacé à M. Marcel verdier : "Souvenir amical de l'auteur. Joseph Perier. 1910." (Voir photos). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Atelier de reliure Marchal]
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        George Washington Cable Collection

      1910. . George Washington Cable was an American novelist and reformer being notable for the realism of his portrayals of Creole life in his native New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been called "the most important southern artist working in the late 19th century," as well as the "first modern southern writer," for his revolutionary treatment of important social issues, particularly racism and classism. This collection contains 5 Autographed Letters Signed (ALS) ; 2 Notes signed and 2 Books each with signed paper affixed. Covering period form 1879 to 1910. 5 ALS: • ALS to Helen Harrison Morris (wife of Arthur Twining Hadley, President of Yale), 24 April ?, suggesting that she would be interested "in our Monthly". • ALS to Mrs. D. Harry Hammer on letterhead of The Current Literature Publishing Co., where Cable served as Editor, with envelope, "April 30, '97. "Dear Madam: Better send Doctor Sevier, hadn't you? I find it as | hard to say which is my favorite book as to name my favorite | child. Yours truly | G. W. Cable". • 2 ALS to Mrs. Barrows, 16 February 1905 and 25 February 1905, re speaking engagement and reading to her club, $55 fee. • ALS to Augustus Thomas, 31 December 1910, re his letter, Mr. Presbrey, and seeing Thomas in the new year. 2 Notes signed: • Note signed "With the happiest good wishes | ever Yours truly | G.W. Cable". • Note signed "With heartiest good wishes, | Your truly | G.W. Cable", [1897], with a photo print of Cable. 2 Books each with signed paper affixed: • The Grandissimes, a Story of Creole Life (New York: Charles Scribner's, 1880), Cable's first novel about racial injustice in New Orleans, considered to be the first great work about the South. Pictorial brown cloth with gilt design along top of front and spine, slight tears at the spine, decorative patterned endpapers, signed slip by Cable affixed to the fly leaf. • Old Creole Days, first edition (New York: Charles Scribner's, 1879). A novelized story of Creole life in Louisiana. Dark green boards with embossed design, very good, signature on paper affixed to front free endpaper. On consignment with LDRB.

      [Bookseller: Lord Durham Rare Books (IOBA)]
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        Das neue Testament." //

      Einhorn-Verlag, ca. 1910;, Mchn., - O.-Leinwand im Schuber; 8° (mit den Holzschnitten Dürers) // Gut erhaltenes Exemplar [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Kurt Pflugmacher]
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        TRANS-HIMALAYA: Discoveries and Adventures in Tibet.

      - N.Y. & London 1910-13, Macmillan.Red cloth, spine head/tails worn, 3 vol. set complete, 436+441+436p., index, 543 b.w. 33 photos, 14 maps, head/tail of vol. 1,2 worn,vol. 3 very good mixed set New York vols. 1-2, London vol. 3. FIRST EDITIONS The documentary expedition of discovery to places yet mapped or explored by a westerner. The expedition consisted of some 37 Asian porters and followed ancient camel routes to the high country. This work begins with a departure from Sringar and progresses to Leh, then on to Tibet, over Karakorum and on into unknown country. He traveled through the forbidden lands, over the Trans-Himalaya, to the great banks of Brahmaputra, down the rushing Tsangpo by boat, visit with Tashi Lama, time with the Tibetans, Shigatse.Raga-Tsangpo, Linga Gompa, Nepal, voyage over stormy Holy lake, Tso-Mavang, the discovery of Indus source, on the Roof of the World, 30 days of storm, Bongba. * A fascinating primary source, adventure, exciting experiences, capture by bandits, 40 degrees below, deep snows, rushing rivers, and dry deserts. * Dr. Hedin's works are lucid and his amazing stamina, courage and high regard for scientific research has left us with a fantastic record. * The work is complete in 3 volumes; volume 1, 2 issued 1909, volume 3 in 1913. It was published in both New York and London at the same time. Finding the complete three volume set has become difficult. Often sets are composed of different place, the contents regardless remains identical. * REFERENCES: Marshall 2098 Yakushi HO3c *

      [Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB]
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        1910 to 1914 Wisden Hardbacks

      1910. Hi and Welcome to our Store. We are selling our HBs off in chunks, happy to split the sets or to send more details and pictures, please just ask us or the admin team here. This lot is a Set of 5 WW1 Hardback Wisdens - 1910 to 1914 Wisden Hardbacks. In Good to Very Good Condition but things to note re the 1912. The 1910 is in very good condition TFM to the page block else a 9/10, the 1911 has wear to the front board but excellent gilt and repaired hinges, the 1912 is in very good condition but the right front yellow pastedown and page 2 look facsimile, the 1913 is also in very good condition, a line to the spine cloth , the 1914 has a weak front hinge and slight wear to the front board but nice inside. All the books have their original photoplates.

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        George Washington Cable Collection

      1910 - George Washington Cable was an American novelist and reformer being notable for the realism of his portrayals of Creole life in his native New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been called "the most important southern artist working in the late 19th century," as well as the "first modern southern writer," for his revolutionary treatment of important social issues, particularly racism and classism. This collection contains 5 Autographed Letters Signed (ALS) ; 2 Notes signed and 2 Books each with signed paper affixed. Covering period form 1879 to 1910. 5 ALS: ? ALS to Helen Harrison Morris (wife of Arthur Twining Hadley, President of Yale), 24 April ?, suggesting that she would be interested "in our Monthly". ? ALS to Mrs. D. Harry Hammer on letterhead of The Current Literature Publishing Co., where Cable served as Editor, with envelope, "April 30, '97. "Dear Madam: Better send Doctor Sevier, hadn't you? I find it as | hard to say which is my favorite book as to name my favorite | child. Yours truly | G. W. Cable". ? 2 ALS to Mrs. Barrows, 16 February 1905 and 25 February 1905, re speaking engagement and reading to her club, $55 fee. ? ALS to Augustus Thomas, 31 December 1910, re his letter, Mr. Presbrey, and seeing Thomas in the new year. 2 Notes signed: ? Note signed "With the happiest good wishes | ever Yours truly | G.W. Cable". ? Note signed "With heartiest good wishes, | Your truly | G.W. Cable", [1897], with a photo print of Cable. 2 Books each with signed paper affixed: ? The Grandissimes, a Story of Creole Life (New York: Charles Scribner's, 1880), Cable's first novel about racial injustice in New Orleans, considered to be the first great work about the South. Pictorial brown cloth with gilt design along top of front and spine, slight tears at the spine, decorative patterned endpapers, signed slip by Cable affixed to the fly leaf. ? Old Creole Days, first edition (New York: Charles Scribner's, 1879). A novelized story of Creole life in Louisiana. Dark green boards with embossed design, very good, signature on paper affixed to front free endpaper. On consignment with LDRB.

      [Bookseller: Lord Durham Rare Books (IOBA)]
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        PROVENCA: Poems Selected from Personae, Exultations & Canzoniere.

      Small, Maynard and Co. 1910 - The true first printing of only 200 copies with brown inked covers. Paper over boards. An unusually good copy for its age, without any of the usual wear, A very very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Terence McVicker, Rare Books]
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        [Original Rackham-illustrated vellum binding:] The Open Road.

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd,, 1910. Compiled by E. V. Lucas. Octavo (164 x 108 mm). Quarter brown sheep, vellum covered boards, spine lettered in blind, two original pen-and-ink drawings by Rackham applied directly to the front cover, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers, red silk page marker. Spine a little rubbed at extremities, a little spotting to rear cover. In excellent condition. This fine example of Rackham's work is a test piece by the artist, practicing his technique for drawing directly onto vellum, possibly in preparation for a private commission. The illustration features two unconnected design elements – vignettes drawn in black and coloured inks, each signed by Rackham with his initials, and very much in the style he used for the headpieces in the Haddon Hall library (1899–1903). The top scene depicts a delicately-tinted castle backed by billowing clouds enclosing a partially opened scroll, with marbled colour lightly applied, a spray of brambles to the right-hand side of the image, and two swallows in flight in the foreground, with Rackham's initials next to the left-hand swallow. The scroll was evidently designed to contain lettering, though it has been left blank here. The bottom image, situated at a right-hand angle, as if to enclose a portion of text, depicts a wood nymph entwined in a thorny spray of roses and brambles, with Rackham's initials worked into the foliage below the nymph. It is probable that Rackham purchased this plain vellum-bound book for this purpose while holidaying in the village of Walberswick, Suffolk, where he often stayed (this book was originally "acquired from a private source in Southwold", the nearby town). The binding itself, executed in an amateur, though not unappealing, style, was likely originally a gift from two pupils to a governess or tutor, bearing a gift inscription on the first blank in childish handwriting, "To Miss Daniel, with love from Agatha & Edith" (the book itself was first published in 1899, and this is a later printing). The drawing has been authenticated by both Robin Greer, president of the Arthur Rackham Society, and Richard Riall, Rackham's bibliographer, and is accompanied by a letter of provenance. We have not traced any other vellum binding by Rackham illustrated with this unusual technique of applying colour directly to the surface of the vellum. The more commonly encountered method for illustrating vellum is the vellucent technique, developed by Cedric Chivers of Bath sometime around 1903. He invented a way to treat vellum so that it became translucent ("vellucent"): the cover design would be painted on a separate sheet and then a thin sheet of translucent vellum would be laid over it. This has the advantage of protecting the original artwork below, whereas applying the design directly leaves the artwork vulnerable. Several of Rackham's works have been presented in Chivers bindings, though, as far as we know, Rackham did not execute any vellucent bindings himself.

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        Original Rackham-illustrated vellum binding:] The Open Road. Compiled by E. V. Lucas.

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd, 1910 - Octavo (164 x 108 mm). Quarter brown sheep, vellum covered boards, spine lettered in blind, two original pen-and-ink drawings by Rackham applied directly to the front cover, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers, red silk page marker. Spine a little rubbed at extremities, a little spotting to rear cover. In excellent condition. This fine example of Rackham's work is a test piece by the artist, practicing his technique for drawing directly onto vellum, possibly in preparation for a private commission. The illustration features two unconnected design elements – vignettes drawn in black and coloured inks, each signed by Rackham with his initials, and very much in the style he used for the headpieces in the Haddon Hall library (1899–1903). The top scene depicts a delicately-tinted castle backed by billowing clouds enclosing a partially opened scroll, with marbled colour lightly applied, a spray of brambles to the right-hand side of the image, and two swallows in flight in the foreground, with Rackham's initials next to the left-hand swallow. The scroll was evidently designed to contain lettering, though it has been left blank here. The bottom image, situated at a right-hand angle, as if to enclose a portion of text, depicts a wood nymph entwined in a thorny spray of roses and brambles, with Rackham's initials worked into the foliage below the nymph. It is probable that Rackham purchased this plain vellum-bound book for this purpose while holidaying in the village of Walberswick, Suffolk, where he often stayed (this book was originally "acquired from a private source in Southwold", the nearby town). The binding itself, executed in an amateur, though not unappealing, style, was likely originally a gift from two pupils to a governess or tutor, bearing a gift inscription on the first blank in childish handwriting, "To Miss Daniel, with love from Agatha & Edith" (the book itself was first published in 1899, and this is a later printing). The drawing has been authenticated by both Robin Greer, president of the Arthur Rackham Society, and Richard Riall, Rackham's bibliographer, and is accompanied by a letter of provenance. We have not traced any other vellum binding by Rackham illustrated with this unusual technique of applying colour directly to the surface of the vellum. The more commonly encountered method for illustrating vellum is the vellucent technique, developed by Cedric Chivers of Bath sometime around 1903. He invented a way to treat vellum so that it became translucent ("vellucent"): the cover design would be painted on a separate sheet and then a thin sheet of translucent vellum would be laid over it. This has the advantage of protecting the original artwork below, whereas applying the design directly leaves the artwork vulnerable. Several of Rackham's works have been presented in Chivers bindings, though, as far as we know, Rackham did not execute any vellucent bindings himself. See Scott, Artists at Walberswick: East Anglian Interludes 1880–2000, pp. 63–4. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Rewards and Fairies If

      Macmillan, UK 1910 - 1st Edition 1910. Includes the famous poem "If". Book is vey good++ and very bright. Contenst good with light foxing to a mnumber of pages. A nice brighte xample. More images can be taken upon request.Ref Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Zeitgemässe-farbige Entwürfe u. Motive für alle Zwecke der Dekorationsmalerei. Serie II [WITH 12 CHROMOLITHOGRAPHIC PLATES]

      Elberfeld: Rudolf Acker, 1910. First edition. Hardcover. g to vg. Folio (18 1/4 x 14 1/4"). [1] leaf (Foreword and Price List), 12 loose leaves, as issued. Original decorative burgundy cloth portfolio. Splendid collection of twelve early 20th-century chromolithographic plates of Art Nouveau designs and motifs for decorative painting.The plates contain elaborate ornamental designs of intertwined floral and geometric motifs.This work is complete with its Price List, as well as a foreword from the editor and publisher Rudolf Acker.Moderate and sporadic rubbing along edges of portfolio. Sporadic foxing and closed tears to flaps. Some offsetting to price list. Some light foxing and darkening along edges of first plate (not affecting illustration). Foreword and price list in German, captions in German, French and English. Portfolio in overall good- to good, interior in good to very good, plates in very good condition.

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        Lexicopator Etymon Ex Variis Doctissimorum hominum lucubrationibus.

      Titel in breitem Holzschnitt-Rahmen. 42 Bll., 1910 (recte 1886) Spp., 1 w. Bl., 56 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. 34 x 22 cm. Cioranesco 6557 Buisson 152 Lefranc, Hist. du Collège de France 353 nicht bei Adams, Zischka und Zaunmüller. - Hauptwerk des Professors der griechischen Sprache am Collège de France Jean Cheradame widmete das Griechisch-Lateinische Wörterbuch Francois I. - Titel mit Besitzeintrag "Andeas Hacquevillius" (André de Hacqueville, ab 1578 Berater am Pariser Parlament) und Jérôme Le Veau (1697 neulateinischer Dichter, Professor am Collège de Navarre). - Etwas berieben. Gutes Exemplar!

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        [2 kleine Kürassiere]. Orig.-Photographie a. Karton aufgezogen.

      ca. 1910 15 x 11 cm, 30 x 20 cm, Tadell. Unten rechts mit Blei signiert. - Albert Meyer (1857-1924 in Dresden) betrieb erfolgreich \"Photographische Ateliers\" in Berlin und anderen deutschen Städten und wurde bekannt als Fotograf der Olympischen Spiele 1896 in Athen. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Photographie - Orig.-Photographie

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        [Photo Album]: Wooster University 1910

      Wooster, Ohio, 1910. Good. Oblong quarto. Gray cloth over paper boards measuring 10" x 9" with "In those happy days of yore" and the image of a woman stamped on the front board. Contains 174 sepia-toned gelatin silver photographs affixed to stiff gray paper, the images measuring between 1.5" x 3" to 7" x 9.5" with some captions. A good only photo album with tears and loose pages with very good or better photographs with some tears.A photo album kept by a woman who attended Wooster University in Wooster, Ohio from 1907 until she graduated in 1910. Many of the photos show women around campus posing for the camera and caught being silly in candids. There are dorm room photos with walls covered in pennants and girls huddled together in bed smiling. One photo shows a girl in a silly costume with devil horns and a pitch fork. The women held numerous costume parties where they dressed as Native Americans, pilgrims, and a marching band. Featured throughout the album are numerous picnics and walks through the surrounding woods with oak leaves laid in. An early photo booth style strip of a young woman is featured as well. The woman who compiled the photos was clearly a student in the theater department. One group of photographs shows women who are part of an opera in 1908 dressed in kimonos with fans. A collection of 32 photographs, most 8" x 5.5", show three performances at the Phoenix Playhouse including "The Rivals," "Quality Street," and "Two Gentlemen of Verona." These photos show women acting in all the parts with elaborate scenery. Another section of 18 photos labeled "Senior Play June 1910" show the women outside dressed in medieval costumes possibly performing a King Arthur play, including a photo of two women in a romantic embrace, for the performance, of course. Two of the outdoor photos were combined to form a panoramic shot of the performance. Another panoramic photo shows the girls of the senior class in a row, dressed identically, holding each others waists.Wooster University was started in 1866 by Presbyterians and was founded with the theory that it would be open to anyone who qualified which included four women at it's founding. The first Ph.D. at the school was awarded to a woman in 1882 and in the same decade the first black student attended. This album was compiled after several years of refurbishment and reconstruction around the campus after a fire in 1901 destroyed many of the original buildings.An extensive album depicting a woman's education at a forward thinking university which stood by the belief that women and minorities deserved an equal chance to further their education.

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        What Is Man

      London: Watts, 1910. First. hardcover. fine. 8vo, dark blue cloth. London: Watts & Co., 1910. First English Edition. Issued for the Rationalist Press Association, Ltd. Published anonymously in America, this is the first edition to bear Twain's name. Exceptionally fine copy, in a 1/4 blue morocco slipcase.

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        THE TALE OF MRS. TITTLEMOUSE

      1910 - London: Frederick Warne and Co., 1910. Original blue-grey paper-covered boards with hexagonal pictorial onlay. First Edition of Beatrix Potter's tale about a wood-mouse named Thomasina Tittlemouse. The tale tells of her attempts to keep her underground home neat and tidy in spite of various unexpected visitors ("friends" they were called in the manuscript: this was changed to "visitors" in the book, but even more appropriate would be "intruders"). These include bees, a beetle, a ladybug, a butterfly, a spider and of course the debonair toad Mr. Jackson. The manuscript also included three wood-lice, but Warne objected that such creatures did not belong in a children's book; so they are instead described as "three creepy-crawly people" in the book.~There were actually two printings during (and dated) 1910, but they are identical; the third was not until 1911. Customers were given the choice of buying MRS. TITTLEMOUSE in blue-grey or cream paper-covered boards priced at 1/-, or in decorated cloth priced at 1/6. For this title the pictorial paste-down endpapers were revised to their present-day design, showing Mrs. Tittlemouse and a bee in the upper right corner of each paste-down.~This is a fine, attractive copy, with scarcely any wear at all (spine very slightly darkened). Linder pp 205-207 and p. 429; Quinby 18. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Howards End

      New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press, 1910, 1910. First American edition. Kirkpatrick A4b, first issue; NCBEL IV, 437. Fine copy.. 8vo, original maroon cloth, gilt lettering. Five pages of publisher's terminal advertisements. The scarce first edition of the first novel by Forster to be published in the U.S. From the inventory of Burton Weiss, Bookseller.

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        FIVE PIECES OF EXCEPTIONALLY WELL-DRAWN, HUMOROUS POSTAL FOLK ART; Five hand-illustrated envelopes by an artist identified only as "F. R." that were sent to members of the Allen family of Massachusetts and New Hampshire

      Various New England and New York locations, 1910. Unbound. Very good. The envelopes range in size from 4.25" x 2.75" to 5.75" x 3.75". All of the artwork is in black ink, and two of the designs incorporate the cover's stamp into its design. Stamps include two 3-cent Washingtons from the mid-1860s (Scott #65), a 3-cent locomotive from 1869 (Scott #114), a 3-cent Washington from the 1870s (Scott #147), and a 2-cent Washington from the 1910s (Scott Type A140). All are in nice shape; two of the envelopes were trimmed along the right edge when opened. The clever artwork appears to have drawn by the same person over a span of 50 years. The first shows a panicked rider on a runaway horse and is captioned "No exercise I find is milder, more charming and stirring to the intellect of a student than Horseback-Riding." ride Chesterfield's letters." (No doubt a reference to Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son.) The second is of a scholar in top-hat and tails absorbed in a book while walking down the middle of a railroad track oblivious to a freight train that is rapidly approaching from behind. It is captioned, "Theoretical Theology." The third has a drawing of a man dressed in somewhat tattered clothes carrying a large bundle under his arm. It is captioned "Ye 'Job Lot' man 'hopeful.'" The fourth features a pugnacious sailor in a boxing stance next to a postmarked Washington stamp which is affixed so it appears to be lying on the deck of a ship. It is captioned, "See Here Now!! Stop That! It is bad enough to give Geo. Washington a licking without then stamping on him." And the last shows a wagon, with a stamp affixed crookedly behind, being chased down by two men who are shouting, "Hi! You've dropped your stamp!". A very nice collection of postal art drawn by a witty and skillful artist.

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        Cigarettes Saphir. Farbig lithographiertes Plakat.

      Marseille Moullot (Ca ) 1910 - (120 x 80 cm). Das in der Vorlage vom Künstler signierte Plakat aus der Zeit und im Stil der Belle Epoque zeigt eine Orientalin als rauchenden Flaschengeist. - Von leichten Knickspuren abgesehen, wohlerhalten

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        Tender-Lokomotiven.

      Breslau (Ca ) 1910 - (17,5 x 25,5 cm). 62 Bll. Mit zahlreichen, meist ganzseitigen Abbildungen. Blätter mit Kordelbindung in Original-Karton-Mappe. Seltener Verkaufskatalog der Breslauer Lokomotivenfabrik mit je einer ganzseitigen Abbildung und Angabe der technischen Daten. - Stempel auf Titel. Mappe leicht berieben und bestoßen, sonst gut erhalten [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Umfangreicher eigenhändiger Nachlass von über 60 Briefen und 88 postalisch gelaufenen Postkarten an die eigene Familie und besonders an die Nichte Käthe Uphues in Sassenberg. Bis auf wenige Ausnahme mit der Signatur des Künstlers als Joseph oder JUphues. Der westfälische Bildhauer wurde 1882 Meisterschüler von Reinhold Begas, für den er auch von 1885 bis 1891 als Gehilfe im Privatatelier arbeitete. Ab 1892 machte er sich selbstständig. 1899 erhielt er den Titel Professor und wurde Mitglied der Berliner Secession. Um die Jahrhundertwende zählte er zu den erfolgreichsten Bildhauern Deutschlands mit Aufträgen in Berlin, Wiesbaden, Potsdam usw. Seine guten Beziehungen zum deutsche Kaiserhaus waren für seine Karriere förderlich. In der vorliegen

      Diverse Orte, 1891 - 1910. - unterschiedliche Größen. Ein- bis vierseitige Briefe auf unterschiedlichen Papieren in Klarsichthüllen in Ordner. Teils farbige, teils lithographische Postkarten mit hauptsächlich topographischen Ansichten. Ganz überwiegend in tadelloser Erhaltung. Aus Düren schreibt Uphues wohl 1891 an "Mein liebes Mütterchen! Seit 8 Tagen bin ich schon hier in Düren um das Bismarck Denkmal aufzustellen welches heute in 8 Tagen um 12 Uhr enthüllt werden soll. (.) Ich wohne bei Herren Philipp Schoeller in einem Schloß (.) Die Leute die mindestens 50fache Millionäre sind tragen mich förmlich auf Händen ." Im Nachsatz dieses Briefes schreibt Uphues "Meine neue Adresse ist: Berlin Wilmersdorf Pfalzburger Str. 86." Diese Aussage korrigiert das in der Dissertation von Brigitte Kaul: 'Joseph Uphues. Ein Bildhauer im wilhelminischen Zeitalter und sein Werk' angegebene Umzugsdatum von 1894. Ebenfalls aus Düren schreibt U. am 15.5.1900: "Erst hatte ich drei Wochen eine Familie aus Düren in Berlin von denen ich die Büsten zu machen habe, dann kamen Schoellers 14 Tage nach Berlin (.) und mußte dann mit Schoellers von Berlin nach hier fahren um einige Sachen auszustellen. (.) Nun ist auch noch das Dumme, daß ich bei meiner Rückreise nicht kommen kann, da ich schon am 16. nach Wiesbaden muss wo ich eingeladen bin die Festspiele in Gegenwart des Kaisers bei zu wohnen die bis zum 23. Mai dauern." Zwei Jahre später aus Berlin: "Ihr glaubt nicht wie ich an allen Ecken und Kanten angebettelt und angepumpt werde. (.) Es sind eben sehr schlechte Zeiten und die meisten Bildhauer hier haben nichts zu thun da muß man schon seinem Schöpfer danken daß man Arbeit hat und muß auch etwas opfern". Aus "Nordernei" schreibt U. am 31.7.1903: "Ende August gehen wir auf drei Wochen nach Paris wo ich etwas zu thun habe." Am 31.3.1904 aus Berlin: "Ich weiß nicht ob ich euch geschrieben habe, daß am 1. Oktober die Enthüllung von meinem Friedrich dem Großen in Amerika stattfinden soll. Anfangs Mai wenn der Kaiser zurückkommt wird es festgestellt werden ob und wann ich hingehe. (.) da am 1. Mai in Wiesbaden die Festspiele sind wohin ich jedenfalls wenigstens zum ersten Tag hingehen werde und dort auch den Kaiser sehe, vielleicht kann ich dann die Sache mit ihm besprechen." Am 28.8.1904 trifft Uphues ein schwerer Schicksalsschlag: ".als ich zwei Tage hier war bekam ich ein Telegramm daß Herr Schoeller an Lungenlähmung plötzlich gestorben sei. (.) Es ist für uns nach allen Richtungen hin der größte Verlust der uns treffen konnte. Hätte er noch einige Jahre gelebt dann wäre ich von allen Sorgen befreit gewesen." Am 4.3.1905 aus Berlin: "Ich bin jetzt an drei Stellen mit aufbauen der Denkmäler beschäftigt, das große Kaiser Friedrich Denkmal für Charlottenburg das große Moltke Denkmal am Königsplatz und das Schiller Denkmal in Wiesbaden." Am 4.5.1905 aus Berlin: "Die Friedrich Enthüllung in Charlottenburg dürfte gegen den 30. Mai sein. Der Kaiser bestimmt den Tag noch. (.) Morgen abend, Freitag fahren wir nach Wiesbaden zur Schiller Enthüllung." Sehr interessant ist auch die folgende bisher nicht beschriebene Verbindung: "Wir waren heute vor 8 Tagen in Neu-Kaliss beim Geheimrath Bausch ." Im Februar 1908 macht die Familie Uphues eine Ägyptenreise. Davon zeugen besonders drei ausführliche Briefe auf dem Briefpapier der Nile Company: "Dann sind wir nach Kairo gefahren, das stellenweise unvergleichlich schön und großartig ist aber auch eben so unvergleichlich verkommen und gräßlich." Am 28.8.1909 berichtet U. von folgendem Ereignis: "Am Sonnabend ist hier der große Zeppelin Tag und wird ganz Berlin auf Stützen stehen. Da wir um die selbe Zeit durch Bitterfeld fahren wenn der Zeppelin dort abfährt so ist es nicht ausgeschlossen, daß wir ihn schon auf der Fahrt nach Berlin sehen können, da der Ballon den selben Weg nehmen muß. Um 5 Uhr sind wir in Berlin und um 5 Uhr hat Zeppelin sich beim Kaiser in Berlin angemeldet." 60 Briefen liegt eine vollständige Deskribierung bei. Die 88 Postkarten s

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        The Life and Works of Charlotte Bronte & Her Sisters. Haworth Edition. With Introductions to the Works By Mrs Humphrey Ward.

      London: Smith Elder, 1910.. 7 volumes. Frontispiece and illustrations throughout. Elegantly hand-bound by Robert Riviere and Son in half green morocco, gilt, with spine gilt-lettered in six compartments with raised bands, gilt panelling, gilt rule to sides, green buckram boards, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Gently toned to spine, minor rubbing and wear; a fine set in a robust, quality leather binding. The desirable Haworth edition of the Brontes' classic works.

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        19 Bände. Nietzsche, Friedrich: Werke. Alle Bände in identischer Ausstattung. Mischauflage, vereinzelt in Erstauflage.

      Kröner / Naumann Vlg., Leipzig 1910-1919. - 19 Bände. Nietzsche, Friedrich: Werke. Kröner Vlg., 1910-1919. Alle Bände in identischer Ausstattung. Mischauflage, vereinzelt in Erstauflage. Nietzsche’s Werke. Je gr.8°, Halbledereinband, teils mit aufklappbaren Facsimiles. Teils Kröner Vlg., Leipzig, teils Naumann Vlg., Leipzig. Einbände minimal berieben, sonst schöner Zustand, wenn nicht unten anders angegeben. Erste Abtheilung [Abteilung]. Bd. I: Die Geburt der Tragödie, unzeitgemäße Betrachtungen (1917, eine s-w-Abb., 606 St., Schnitte mit Fleckchen); Bd. II: Menschliches Allzumenschliches, Erster Bd. (1917, 444 St.); Bd. III: Menschliches Allzumenschliches, Zweiter Band (1916, 25.Tsd., 391 St.); Bd. IV: Morgenröthe (1917, 384 St.); Bd. V: Die fröhliche Wissenschaft (1915, 21.Tsd., 375 St.); Bd. VI: Also sprach Zarathustra (1919, 225.-227.Tsd., 523 St., Reihentitel und Bildseite lose); Bd. VII: Jenseits von Gut und Böse, Zur Genealogie der Moral (1910, 32.-33.Tsd. von Jenseits., 28.u.29.Tsd.v.Genealogie., ca. 500 St.); Bd. VIII: Der Fall Wagner, Götzen-Dämmerung, Nietzsche contra Wagner, Umwerthung aller Werthe (1. Buch Der Antichrist), Dichtungen (1919, 487 St.); Zweite Abtheilung: Bd. IX: Nachgelassene Werke, aus den Jahren 1869-1872 (1903, 2. völlig neu gestaltete Ausgabe, 1.-2.Tsd., 474 St.); Bd. X: Nachgelassene Werke, aus den Jahren 1872/73-1875/76 (1903, 2. völlig neu gestaltete Ausgabe, 1.-2.Tsd., 528 St.); Bd. XI: Nachgelassene Werke 1875/76-1880/1881 (1919, 3.Ausgabe, 422 St.); Bd. XII: Nachgelassene Werke 1881-1886 (1919, neugestaltete Ausgabe 3. Aufl., 437 St., Einbandrücken oben mit minimaler Läsur); Bd. XIII: Nachgelassene Werke (1903, 1.-2.Tsd., 383 St.); Bd. XIV: Nachgelassene Werke, Unveröffentliches aus der Umwerthungszeit 1882/83-1888 (1904, 1.-2.Tsd., 442 St.); Bd. XV: Ecce homo, Der Wille zur Macht 1.u.2.Buch (1911, 2.völ.n.gest.u.verm.Ausg.desWillenszurMacht 11.-12.Tsd., 2.-3.Tsd.d.Eccehomo; 500 St.); Bd. XVI: Der Wille zur Macht, 3.u.4.Buch (1911, 2. völlig neu gestaltete und vermehrte Ausgabe, 11.-12.Tsd., 560 St., Schnitt unten mit Fleckchen); Dritte Abtheilung: Bd. XVII: Philologica Erster Band, Gedrucktes und Ungedrucktes aus den Jahren 1866-1877, hrsgg.v. Ernst Holzer (1910, 352 St.); Bd. XVIII: Philologica zweiter Band, Unveröffentlichtes zur Litteraturgeschichte, Rhetorik und Rhythmik, hrsgg.v. Otto Crusius (1912, 340 St.); Bd. XIX: Philologica dritter Band, Unveröffentlichtes zur antiken Religion und Philosophie, hrsgg.v. Otto Crusius u. Wilhelm Nestle (1913, 462 St.).

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        La navigation aérienne. Aéronats, aéroplanes, machines volantes.

      Aristide Quillet, Paris 1910. - 4°, Leinwandeinband, 71 Seiten, s-w-Abb., aufklappbare farbige Modelle auf kartonstarken Seiten etwas berieben und fleckig, Seiten partiell fingerfleckig, sonst guter Zustand. Die bemerkenswerte Quelle bringt 3 farbige Seiten mit gesamt 6 farbigen Modellen (Lenkballon Type Comte de la Vaulx, Flugzeug Wright, Flugzeug Voisin)

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        Atlas of the city of Springfield and the town of Longmeadow, Massachusetts

      L.J. Richards & Co, 1910. Hardcover. Good. Atlas folio. [2] pages, [54] leaves of plates: color maps; 58 cm. Bound in publisher's cloth. Front board is stained. Internally very good. Hand-colored cadastral maps. Contains 27 maps on double plates (one folded). Includes "Index to Streets, Etc.", "Map of the city of Springfield, Massachusetts", and "New topographical map of Forest Park Springfield Mass." Maps show brick, stone, wooden, and iron buildings, barns, stables, and sheds, green houses, water pipes, fire hydrants, sewers, steam railroads, street railways, and fire alarm boxes. This is an oversized or heavy book, which requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.

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        Heinrich Kley: Gefangen (Originalzeichnung)

      1910 - Tusche, Aquarell und Farbstifte auf Papier 33,5 x 43,5 cm Rechts oben signiert [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Literarisches und künstlerisches Miturheberrecht. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doktorwürde bei der juristischen Fakultät der Universität Leipzig. Eingereicht von Lothar Schreyer, stud. jur. aus Blasewitz bei Dresden.

      Erste Ausgabe. - Mit dieser Dissertation promovierte Lothar Schreyer 1910 in den Rechtswissenschaften. - Schreyer (1886-1966) war von 1916 bis 1928 Schriftleiter von Herwarth Waldens expressionistischer Zeitschrift ?Der Sturm? und Leiter der 1918 gegründeten Sturm-Bühne. Ab 1921 leitete er für zwei Jahre die Bühnenwerkstatt am Bauhaus in Weimar. - Titelseite mit Besitzvermerk von Alf Schreier [d.i. der Sohn von Lothar Schreyer]. - Gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        Howards End

      London: Edward Arnold and Co., 1910.. [English Literature]. FIRST EDITION, first printing. Only 2500 copies. Octavo (19 x 13cm), pp.343 [4], advertisements; [8], inserted catalogue. Elegantly hand-bound in full red oasis morocco with traditional raised bands, gilt titles and decoration to spine, original cloth covers bound in at end, top edge gilt. Minor spotting to prelims else internally clean. Edge of text block a little tanned, binding unmarked. A near fine copy in a handsome recent leather binding.

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        Monster-Land : or the further adventures of King Pippin

      New York: G P Putnam's Sons. Good with no dust jacket. 1910. Hardcover. Corner dampstaining, eps fox, cloth soil, lt wear. Solid copy. 20 color illus by Puck [John Proctor]. Sequel to Giant-Land. Reprint of the circa 1870s Victorian work, with illustrations by Puck redrawn and enlarged. "This romantic book of fairy tales and adventures was one of the most popular nursery books of the period" - Gumuchian 4669, referring to Giant-Land.; 344+2ad pages .

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        The Waverley Novels

      The Caxton Society, New York 1910 - New York: The Caxton Society, 1910 Circa. Full leather. Fifty-one volumes. Quarto. Each volume with three frontispiece, most hand-colored engravings, many volumes possessing an original watercolor illustration by H.C. Green or P. Valois. ONE PAGE AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR bound into first volume, in-text illustrations throughout. Original laminated autumnal-leaf full morocco, elaborately decorated in gilt, boards with central armorial device and thistle device to corners, spines with raised bands in six compartments lettered or stamped in gilt, turn-ins ruled in gilt with repeating armorial device, crimson watered silk free endpapers, all edges gilt.EXTRA - ILLUSTRATED EDITION, Limited to twelve sets which this is number 3. One-page autograph letter signed, addressed to Archibald Constable. Esq and dated 1807, inserted into first volume. A handsome collected set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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