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        Prähistorische Periode.

      Berlin 1910 - Franz Stoedtner war ein deutscher Fotograf und Kunsthistoriker. Stoedtner war einer der wichtigsten Pioniere der Dokumentationsfotografie vor allem im Bereich der Kunstgeschichte, aber auch anderer Gebiete. Sein Bildverlag war Vorbild für das von Richard Hamann 1913 gegründete Bildarchiv Foto Marburg. Das Exemplar umfasst 35 Seiten mit Fotomechanischen Drucken. Diese Drucke sind in 31 Abschnitte mit Abschnittsüberschriften unterteilt. 1. Steinzeit und Prähistorische Periode ( 23 Abbildungen), 2. Prähistorische Periode ( 4 Abbildungen), 3. Pfahlbauten ( 8 Abbildungen), 4. Bronzezeit ( 11 Abbildungen), 5. Halbstahlperiode ( 4 Abbildungen), 6. Eisenzeit ( 7 Abbildungen), 7. La Tine-Periode ( 50Abbildungen), 8. Bildnisse römischer Kaiser ( 67 Abbildungen), 9. Rom, Trajanssäule ( 93 Abbildungen), 10. Rom Markussäule Reliefs ( 52 Abbildungen), 11. Römerbauten ( 38 Abbildungen),12. Saalburg ( 51 Abbildungen), 13. Saalburg Funde ( 31 Abbildungen), 14. Haltern i/w. Uferkastell ( 36 Abbildungen), 15. Vechten Ausgrabung ( 6 Abbildungen), 16. Trier ( 52 Abbildungen), 17. Grabsteine aus Neumagen, Trier, Prov. Museum ( 12 Abbildungen), 18. Bonn, Prov. Mus. Grabsteine ( 9 Abbildungen), 19. Main, Prov. Mus. Grabsteine ( 32 Abbildungen), Hildesheimer Silberfund ( 12 Abbildungen), 21. Römische Kriegsgeräte u. Waffen ( 8 Abbildungen), 22. Bronzen und Terrakotten ( 53 Abbildungen), 23. Epoche der Völkerwanderung ( 30 Abbildungen), 24. Schmucksachen und Geräte ( 26 Abbildungen), 25. Epoche der Merowinger ( 29 Abbildungen), 26. Christliche Sarkophage in Gallien ( 18 Abbildungen), 27. Die Kunst der Ostgoten in Italien ( 10 Abbildungen), 28. Die Kunst d. Langobarden in Italien ( 18 Abbildungen), 29. Schmucksachen in Dornschatz zu Monza ( 8 Abbildungen), 30. Die Monumente v. Adamklissi ( 28 Abbildungen), 31. Prähistorische Periode Nachtrag ( 32 Abbildungen). Zwischen jeder Seite befindet sich ein Schutzblatt. Im Vorsatz befindet sich eine Eintragung der Überschrift Prähistorische Periode bis Epoche der Herowinger. Auf den . Deutsch 580g

      [Bookseller: Guthschrift Antiquariat]
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        [Photo Album]: New England Vacations 1910-1925

      Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire. 1910. Oblong small quarto measuring 7" x 11". String-tied black leather over paper boards with "photographs" stamped on the front board. Contains 174 black and white or sepia toned gelatin silver photographs, as well as 15 cyanotypes. All measuring between 1.5" x 1.5" and 3" x 5" with some captions. Album has some tears at the spine fold and edgewear thus very good with near fine photographs.A photo album kept by a New England woman which documents trips with her family and friends, almost exclusively women, throughout the region between 1912 and 1928. Many of the early photos show women posing in nice dresses and hats with fans in summer gardens. Following this are photos from a camping trip to Fort Pond in Acton, Massachusetts. These include cyanotype prints of women on horseback and one of a woman in men's clothes smoking a pipe. That same woman is seen again in men's clothes next to a woman in a dress and the print has been cut into the shape of a heart, she's also seen later pulling up a woman's skirt to show her ankles. There are a few interior shots from what appear to be parties and social gatherings of ladies and their families smiling for the camera. One group of photos shows a 1914 road trip to Edgartown and Lambert's Cover in Martha's Vineyard. They took a trip to Marblehead to go fishing and generally seemed to enjoy the outdoors with many of the pictures showing them climbing trees, hiking, and going to beaches. A later trip to York Beach shows a woman happily holding a large catch of fish and posing romantically on rocks gazing out to sea. One section shows a winter trip to Dalton, Massachusetts and Lincoln, New Hampshire which includes skiing, sledding, and many images of the group walking with snow shoes. The final pages of the album focus mainly on a trip to Mount Washington and the White Mountains in New Hampshire. These photos show more outdoor excursions with the ladies taking burros to the top of Mount Willard and posing on the top of Mount Washington. The snapshots show the beauty of the New England region from its mountains to its beaches as captured by a group of young women.A large collection of images depicting outdoorsy women enjoying a variety of activities from 1912 until 1928. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Royal Daughters of England and Their Representatives (2 Vols.) Together With Genealogical Tables of the Royal Family from the Conquest to the Present Time

      London: Constable and Company , Ltd.. Very Good. 1910. Hardcover. Volume 1 includes three tipped-in autographed notes, two by author. First note to front endpaper describes number of copies to be printed, dated prior to publication (Chester). Second note to front endpaper is a letter by the author dated Jan. 26, 1911. Third note to half-title page includes the following text: "To his darling wife. The first fruits of his 'Magnum Opus' is presented by the author with undying gratitude for the love which has cheered and encouraged him through many a hard days work, Jan. 30th, 1895." Bookplate pastedowns of George Charles Williamson. Volume 2 includes six page prospectus with numerous annotations and updates dated 1899 tipped-in to front fly which proposed a four volume work; 9 autographed notes and 2 autographed postal cards tipped-in to rear end papers. Fading and wear to head and tail of spines. ; folio .

      [Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons' Old Florida Boo]
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        The Justice of Peace for Ireland. - A Treatise on the Powers and Duties of Magistrates in Ireland. In Cases of Summary Jurisdiction and in other Matters founded partly on Molloy's Justice of the Peace. With an Appendix of Statutes.

      Dublin, Hodges, Figgis & Co., 1910. Large Octavo. XXXVII, 989 pages. Original Hardcover (beautiful full calf binding with original spinelabel and original leather flap). Very condition with some signs of external wear. From the library of irish independent politician and solicitor Jasper Travers Wolfe of Skibbereen. With Jasper Wolfe's name in ink on the front free endpaper.

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        A Book of Bunnies.

      New York: Privately Printed, 1910 - Slender Folio. Pictorial printed boards. Extremities lightly rubbed, corners and tail of spine lightly worn, boards lightly soiled, front hinge weak. A very good copy. Hand coloured illustrations by the author. First edition, first printing. Signed by the author to lower front of the title page, "Hand coloured by Grace F. Hawes". Each page features a delightful bunny illustration followed by a verse. A very scarce title with only one showing on OCLC at the Cotsen Library of Princeton. The Cotsen Library notes that, "The illustrations, reversed, inverted and freely rendered are taken from the Tale of Peter Rabbit." [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mission San Francisco de Solano.

      [c. 1910] - Photograph (202 × 457 mm). Ink stamp of the Santa Barbara Free Public Library and red pen mark to verso. Some minor creasing and pinholes at upper corners. Very good condition. Presented in hand finished stained oak frame with UV glass. One of a series of photos taken by William Amos Haines (1877–1953), who travelled through the United States in the first decades of the 20th century making early panoramas with a rotating Kodak Cirkut camera. He was particularly interested in California's Spanish missions, and took photographs of a number of these sites around 1910. Founded in 1823, Mission San Francisco de Solano was the 21st and final Californian mission, erected as a bulwark against Russian encroachment into Alta California. Restoration was completed in 1913 and today it is part of the Sonoma State Historic Park.

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        Before the Honorable Secretary of the Interior of the United States of America: In the Matter of the Order Issued by the Honorable Secretary of the Interior, to the City and County of San Francisco, to Show Cause Why Certain Portions of the Garfield Permit Should Not Be Revoked (with maps)

      San Francisco: James H. Barry, 1910. 1st. Leather bound. First Edition. Large 8vo. iii, 176 pp. 2 color maps dated March, 1910 by J. H. Dockweiler, consulting engineer to the attorney for the city of San Francisco from 1904-1916 - one large folding map is titled "Map showing Location of Hetch Hetchy Valley and Yosemite Valley (Scenic Park) and Lake Elsinore in the Yosemite National Park." The second map (singled page) is titled "Map showing location of the Proposed Municipal Water District to be served from the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir Site." Includes three sections: Written Return of Respondent to Order to Show Cause by Percy Long; and two by J. H. Dockweiler: Report on the Domestic Sources of Water Supply and Report on the Tuolomne River source of Water Supply. Red leatherette with floral endpapers. Tape repairs to spine; chips to front edge; 2 restored short tears to folding map where affixed to inside rear cover; else a very good copy of an uncommon title (not in Cowan nor Rocq). Beginning in the 19th century, the Hetch Hetchy Valley was viewed as a potential source of drinking water for San Francisco. This interest generated a tremendous amount of controversy and resistance, in the early days led by the Sierra Club and its founder, John Muir who saw the Hetch Hetchy Valley as a prized natural resource calling it "one of Nature's rarest and most precious mountain temples". As early as 1890, the first proposal for damming Hetch Hetchy Valley was made by San Francisco Mayor James Phelan. Appeals and denials of appeals ensued. In 1908, the City of San Francisco filed a petition asking the Secretary of the Interior, James Garfield to reopen San Francisco's application for water rights, requesting both Lake Eleanor and Hetch Hetchy Valley. Subsequently, the application was approved by Garfield only four days after he received it. Sierra Club leaders form a new organization, "The Society for the Preservation of National Parks" with notable figures across the country as leaders, to further publicize the campaign against the dam. The new Secretary of the Interior Richard Ballinger suspended the Interior Department's approval for the Hetch Hetchy right-of-way, and on Feb. 25, 1910 requested the City of San Francisco to "show cause" why Hetch Hetchy Valley should not be removed from the Garfield grant. Here is the city attorney's response to such request. And the battle for Hetch Hetchy Valley continues to this day.

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        Konvolut von 13 Büchern "Kant's Schriften" - hrsg. von der königlich Preußischen Akademie der Wissenschaften) - ohne Band 5, 9,13

      Schrift: Fraktur Halbleder Gebrauchsspuren, Ecken und Kanten leicht berieben, innen sauber und ordentlich, Band 14 Buchdeckel abgerissen, Band 11 Einband beschädigtbzwei broschierte, verschiedenfarbige, noch unaufgeschnittener Einbände im Groß-Oktavformat sehr gut erhaltene photomechanische Nachdrucke der Ausgaben Berlin, Georg Reimer 1910 + 1912 585 + 526 Seiten Deutsch 1g N50

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        Mission San Francisco de Solano.

      [c. 1910]. Photograph (202 × 457 mm). Ink stamp of the Santa Barbara Free Public Library and red pen mark to verso. Some minor creasing and pinholes at upper corners. Very good condition. Presented in hand finished stained oak frame with UV glass. One of a series of photos taken by William Amos Haines (1877–1953), who travelled through the United States in the first decades of the 20th century making early panoramas with a rotating Kodak Cirkut camera. He was particularly interested in California's Spanish missions, and took photographs of a number of these sites around 1910. Founded in 1823, Mission San Francisco de Solano was the 21st and final Californian mission, erected as a bulwark against Russian encroachment into Alta California. Restoration was completed in 1913 and today it is part of the Sonoma State Historic Park.

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        Römischer Speerwerfer. Bronze auf Marmorsockel, in der Plinthe signiert.

      - ( H.Rieder: XIX - XX. Jahrhundert, Figur um 1910 entstanden ) Höhe der Figur 40, 5 cm ( Gesamthöhe incl. Marmorsockel 49,5 cm ) - Breite 37,5 cm, Gewicht 9000 Gramm. Dekorative Bronze mit schöner Patina auf mehrfarbigem Marmorsockel montiert. Der Speer gering verbogen, der Marmorsockel an einer Ecke unten gering angestoßen, ansonsten guter Zustand. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Pocket Map of Bennett County South Dakota - Including That Part of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation Soon to be Opened for Free Homestead Settlement

      Lacreek, SD: Charles A. Bates. Good. 1910. Softcover. Folding map, 24 x 36 inches, in original paper covers. Covers quite wrinkled, land seeker's name appears in pencil on front cover. Tears at map folds neatly repaired on back with archival tape, a few small losses at fold junctures, some light staining. As part of the Allotment Act, Bennett County was created in 1909 from lands belonging to the Pine Ridge Reservation. To this day the Oglala Sioux tribe does not recognize that the land was legally removed from the original reservation boundaries, and tribal members living in the Lacreek District in Bennett County have representation on the tribal council. This plat map shows every piece of land in the new county, with numbers for each section and the names of each land owner. Most of the names are Sioux, such as Kills Enemy, Warrior Woman, Holy Bear, Yellow Hawk, Wolf Soldier, and many others. The site of the no-longer existing town of Lacreek is shown at the lower center, northeast of Merriman, Nebraska, which was the "nearest railroad point to the lands to be opened." Merriman and Lacreek are shown connected by a "Stage and Telephone Line." The town of Martin, today the county seat, had not yet been founded, but its name is written in at its present location in pencil by the land-seeker. Railroads, proposed railroads, timber and open lands, swamps, rivers, hills and trails are all noted, with a key to them at lower left. Inside front cover is an advertisement for the land offering from the Interstate Land Co. , with offices in Merriman and Lacreek: "Several thousand acres of the richest portion of Pine Ridge Reservation, Bennett County, surrounding Lacreek, S. Dakota, thrown open to settlement...The incoming of settlers during the next few months will increase values enormously...." Back cover announces: "Lacreek South Dakota, The Town with a Future, Look for it On the Map...Peter E. Scalander, Manager." Exceedingly rare map prepared to aid settlers and speculators in locating allotted Indian lands. Only two copies in OCLC as of April 2017. Please call for more images. .

      [Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA]
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        Fine Portrait Photograph by E.O. Hoppé (John, 1867-1933, Author of 'The Forsyte Saga', Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature)

      1910 - of South Kensington, signed by Galsworthy with initials and dated in pencil on the verso of the mount 'J.G. 1910', showing him head and shoulders in profile to the viewer's left, head just tilted forward in thought, a most sensitive portrait, 10" x 7¾" on card mount 18½" x 12¾", no place, [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Balcony House, Mesa Verde National Park - Photograph

      Very Good. Toned photograph of Balcony House, Mesa Verde National Park in winter. Photograph taken after 1910 excavation. Photograph has sepia tones and measures 16" wide by 10" tall. Light wear to corners and light soiling to back of photo. After reviewing a collection of 24 photographs acquired from the Pennington heir collection, it seems that most said photographs were artist proofs due to many identical images with slight variations in exposure. William Marion Pennington photographed people and landscapes across the Southern United States in the early 1900's. In 1907, he and fellow photographer, Lisle Updike opened Pen-Dike Studio in Durango, Colorado; Pennington managing the studio, doing portrait work and operating the dark room, and Updike taking photos in nearby towns and mining camps. In 1911 Pennington took sole control of the studio and renamed it Pennington Studio. Around this time he also obtained a contract from the National Park Service to photograph the cliff dwelling at Mesa Verde National Park. This photograph depicts Balcony House, which was occupied by the Ancestral Puebloans from around A. D. 1180 to 1280 and has 40 rooms. Along with many of the other cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde, occupation at Balcony House ended around A. D. 1300. ; 1 pp .

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        Chile en 1910. Edición del Centenario de la Independencia

      Imprenta, Litografía y Encuadernación "Barcelona", Santiago de Chile 1910 - X + 554 pp páginas [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Riddle of the Sands.

      London, Smith Elders & Co.1910. Second edition. 8vo. Publisher's decorated black cloth, titles in white to the spine, unfortunately virtually all of the white lettering has chipped off. Light fraying to head of spine. Decorated boards sharp and clean with a couple of splashmarks. Internally clean.Illustrated with fold out maps and charts.A very good copy of the second edition of a book contentiously described as the first modern espionage novel, vying for the title with Kipling's Kim, published two years earlier. Originally written after he returned injured from action in South Africa and first published in 1903 the novel of encroaching conflict with Germany was highly influential and is actually credited with the founding of British naval bases at Invergordon and Scapa Flow; newly regarded as strategically important after examination of the scenarios in Childer's novel. Childers was of course a staunch advocate of Irish Home Rule and was found guilty of possessing a firearm in contravention of the Irish Emergency Powers Resolution and sentenced to death by firing squad in 1922. His characteristically humourous last words to the firing squad were 'Take a step or two closer lads, it'll be easier that way.' Author, soldier and intelligence officer :1 , British Government: nil. Bleiler; Checklist of Fantastic Literature [382]. Listed in The Observer's All-Time 100 Best Novels [2003].

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        Stollwerck Chocolade - Gustav Tischer.

      Serie van 6 ontwerpen voor Stollwerck?s Chocolade plaatjes ca. 1910. Aquarel en gouache op velijnpapier door Gustav Tischer, gemonogrammeerd. Afmetingen elk ca. 6,5 x 13,5. Als set in 1 lijst.Rond de wisseling van de 19e naar de 20e eeuw was chocolade een lekkernij voor de gegoede orde die alleen op bijzondere gelegenheden werd genoten. In 1912 kostte 1 reep zoveel als 20 broodjes.In de jaren 90 van de 19e eeuw begon Stollwerck bij zijn chocoladerepen plaatjes toe te voegen. Oorspronkelijk werden de plaatjes verzameld in sigarendoosjes, maar later ontstond het idee net als bij postzegels de plaatjes in albums op te bergen. De repen werden veelal verkocht via chocolade automaten. Binnen een paar jaar na de invoering van de verzamelplaatjes steeg de omzet met 40 procent. Stollwerck hechtte grote waarde aan de vormgeving van de series en reserveerde 100.000 mark om bekende kunstenaars voor het ontwerp ervan aan te trekken, dat lukte bij Max Liebermann, Elli Hirsch en ook Gustav Tischer.De onderwepen reflecteerden de laatste stand van de wetenschap van die tijd en ze droegen bij aan de vorming van de bevolking. De plaatjes werden graag op scholen ingezet omdat schoolboeken nauwelijks kleurrijk beeldmateriaal bevatten.De ontwikkeling van de verzamelplaatjes verliep in Europa vrijwel tegelijkertijd. In Nederland begint Verkade in 1903 met de productie van de bij ons bekende plaatjes.Bij de aanvang van de eerste wereldoorlog zette Stollwerck de productie van de verzamelplaatjes stop. Pas in 1930 verschenen er weer een paar series, maar zonder groot succes.Prijs: ?1.250,- (incl. lijst, incl. 21% BTW).

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
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        Ulster Journal of Archaeology Volume 1 - Volume 16.

      Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, 1894 -1910. - 24 x 18.5 cm. Eight uniformly-bound volumes containing the first sixteen volumes of this revived Journal. The Ulster Journal of Archaeology was first published between 1853 and 1862, and then ensued a 32-year gap before its revival with Vol. I No. I, in September 1894. In quarter leather and green boards. Six-panelled spines with raised bands, gilt decoration, lining, and titling. Marbled endpapers. Each volume is illustrated and has plans, etc. Vol. I,II, 313+291 pp. Vol. III,IV, 294+270+45 pp. Vol. V,VI, 246+251 pp. Vol. VII,VIII, 208+202 pp. Vol. IX,X, 186+191 pp. Vol. XI,XII, 189+192 pp. Vol. XIII, XIV, 192+192 pp. Vol. XV,XVI, 188+152 pp. Showing slight shelfwear and edge-rubbing, but overall in very good condition. Probably bound for a previous owner in his personal library binding.

      [Bookseller: Saintfield Antiques & Fine Books]
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        Gesammelte Werke. Band 1 - 11. Komplett.

      Braune Original-Leinenbände mit den extrem seltenen Schutzumschlägen, ca. 500 S.. Band 5 Erstausgabe W/G 15, Band 7 Erstausgabe W/G 14. Raabe 146/15. Band 1: Der Prozeß. Band 2: Das Schloß. Band 3: Amerika. Band 4: Erzählungen. Band 5: Hochzeitsvorbereitungen auf dem Lande. Band 6: Beschreibung eines Kampfes. Band 7: Tagebücher 1910 - 1923. Band 8: Briefe an Milena. Band 9: Briefe 1902 - 1924. Band 10: Briefe an Felice. Band 11: Briefe an Ottla. Band 10 in der 2. Auflage. Einige Umschläge oben leicht angerändert, sonst sehr frische Exemplare. Werkausgabe

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        Zeitschrift für bildende Kunst. Neue Folge Beiblätter u. Beil.: Gesellschaft für Vervielfältigende Kunst: Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für Vervielfältigende Kunst; Beiblätter u. Beil.: Kunstchronik; Beiblätter u. Beil.: Kunstchronik und Kunstliteratur; Beiblätter u. Beil.: Kunstchronik und Kunstmarkt; Beiblätter u. Beil.: Kunstgewerbeblatt

      Leipzig : Seemann, 1910 - IV, 324 S., 33 cm Zustand: Lederrücken- und Ecken, Bezugspapier in Lederoptik, Einband deutliche beschabt, Bindung fest, Papier teils leicht altersfleckig, gebräunt --- Inhalt: Mit Originalradierungen /-lithos von Peter Halm, Hans Neumann jr (OFarbholzschnitt), Dürer (Heliogrvüre), Armand Rassenfosse, E. Thysebaert, Paul Bürck, Max Liebermann (ORadierung Im Garten), Emil Orlik, Alphonse Legros , Getrud Leschner (OHolzschnitt), John Jack Vrieslander (2x), Ulrich Hübner M5-1#Elisabeth*** Hinweise: Eine ordentliche Rechnung liegt der Sendung in jedem Fall bei. ** Paypal: der Bezahl-Link kommt spätestens abends per Mail, Versand auf Rechnung ist nur bei institutionellen Kunden möglich*** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2300 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      1910. SCHILLER, Friedrich. Works. Edited by Nathan Haskell Dole. Boston: Francis A. Nicholls & Company, [circa early 20th century]. Ten volumes. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter blue crushed morocco gilt, raised bands, gilt-decorated spines, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, uncut and partially unopened. $2200.Limited “Lyceum Edition” of SchillerÂ’s works, number 263 of only 750 sets numbered for sale in the United States, with numerous full-page illustrations throughout, including full-color frontispieces.Includes the poems, a life of Schiller by Heinrich Düntzer, and the aesthetical and philosophical essays. This set specially bound for Ernst Mahler, who helped transform Kimberly Clark into one of the largest paper corporations in the world.Interiors fine. Minor wear to corners of handsome bindings. A near-fine set.

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        The Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant Extinct or Dormant or A History of the House of Lords and All Its Members from the Earliest Times

      The St. Catherine Press Ltd, 1910, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, Revised Edition. Volumes I - II edited by Hon, Vicary Gibbs; Volume III - IV edited by Hon. Vicary Gibbs with the assistance of H Arthur Doubleday; Volume V edited by Hon. Vicary Gibbs and H A Doubleday; Volume VI edited by H A Doubleday, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard De Walden; Volume VII - IX & XIII edited by H A Doubleday and Lord Howard de Walden; Volume X edited by the Late H A Doubleday, Geoffrey H White and Lord Howard de Walden; Volume XI - XII Part I edited by Geoffrey H White; Volume XII Part II edited by Geoffrey H White with the assistance of R S Lea; Volume I Ab-Adam to Basing, pub. 1910, xxxvi and 504 pages; Volume II Bass to Canning, pub. 1912, 661 pages; Volume III Canonteign to Cutts, pub. 1913, 648 pages; Volume IV Dacre to Dysart, pub. 1916, 773 pages; Volume V Eardley of Spalding to Goojerat, pub. 1926, 803 pages; Volume VI Gordon to Hurstpierpoint, pub 1926, 715 pages; Volume VII Husee to Lincolnshire, pub 1929, 753 pages; Volume VIII Lindley to Moate, pub. 1932, 853 pages; Volume IX Moels to Nuneham, pub. 1936, 799 and 173 pages; Volume X Oakham to Richmond, pub 1945, 848 and 136 pages; Volume XI Rickerton to Sisonby, pub 1949, 748 and 161 pages; Volume XII Part I Skelmersdale to Towton, pub. 1953, 816 and 51 pages; Volume XII Part II Tracton to Zouche, pub. 1959, 961 and 47 pages Volume XIII Peers Created 1901 to 1938, pub. 1940, 630 pages. All volume are bound in green cloth which is a little darkened and have gilt lettering on the front and the spine. Sound binding throughout. All volumes have vacant presentation plate on inside of front cover stating "Presented to ..... by J G Murray Esq of Coles Park, Near Buntingford, Herts" with the exception of Volume XIII where the plate is completed with "Stockton-On-Tees Public Library. Clean uncut (untrimmed) pages. Volume X has a vacant library date sheet on the front end-paper and a library stamp on the title-page and the first text page. Volume XI has a vacant library date sheet on the inside of the front cover. Volume XII Part II has had some pages opened carelessly with reulting irregularities to vertical page edges. Volume XIII has small library stamps on title-page, sub-title page and at page 57. First printing in this edition. 14-volume set (complete). No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 55017031121.

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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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        Poems of the Past & Present.

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1910 - Octavo. Original green cloth, titles gilt to spine and front, top edge gilt. Spine a little darkened, ends and corners rubbed, some marks to cloth and the boards somewhat bowed, front free endpaper excised, first blank tanned, a good copy. 3pp publisher's advertisements at the rear. Errata slip tipped in at contents. First edition, first impression, of Radcliffe-Hall's book of poems, this copy annotated by a committee of contemporary female poets. The front free endpaper has the ownership inscription of "Eliot Bliss, 67 Carlton Hill, St John's Wood, London N.W.8." and is further annotated in her hand "This Book has been ANNOTATED and Revised, after much careful consideration (to which the 3 editors devoted one whole evening) by the following - Miss Eliot Bliss, poet + novelist, Mrs Anna Wickham (distinguished poet!) Miss Constance Spencer, musician, All being personally acquainted wih the LIFE & LETTERS of Miss Radclyffe HALL, Dec 1926, London." Eliot Bliss (1903-90) was a Jamaican-born, London-based novelist and poet who was supported by Vita-Sackville-West, and whose novels (Saraband, The Luminous Isle, The Albatross) explored lesbian themes. She was romantically involved with "distinguished" poet Anna Wickham (1883-1947), who lived a bohemian literary life between London and Paris (where in the 20s she fell in love with the "Amaon" of Paris Natalia Barney). Her poems were published by Harold Munro of the Poetry Bookshop. We cannot trace the "musician" Constance Spencer. This fascinating copy has been annotated with revise,d mostly mocking, titles. Though clearly the product of an evening's facetious entertainment, this copy nonetheless presents a compelling example of contemporary avant-garde readers' responses to the poems of this notable modernist lesbian author. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Golfing Curios and 'The Like'

      Sherratt & Hughes, London 1910 - 149pp. Illustrated with 33 b/w plates. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Boards and spine faded. Some browning within. Teg [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mission San Juan Capistrano.

      [c. 1910] - Photograph (202 × 510 mm). Ink stamp of the Santa Barbara Free Public Library, red pen mark, and Haines blind stamp to verso. A few small marks, crease to lower left corner. Very good condition. Presented in hand finished stained oak frame with UV glass. One of a series of photos taken by William Amos Haines (1877–1953), who travelled through the United States in the first decades of the 20th century making early panoramas with a rotating Kodak Cirkut camera. He was particularly interested in California's Spanish missions, and took photographs of a number of these sites around 1910. Mission San Juan Capistrano was founded in 1776 and is home to the oldest building in California still in use, a chapel built in 1782. It is well known for its beautiful architecture, picturesque ruins, and the swallows that nest there in spring.

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        The Golf Courses of the British Isles. Illustrated by Harry Rountree.

      London: Duckworth & Co., 1910 - Large square octavo. Original green cloth, titles and floral decoration to spine and front cover gilt and green, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Gift inscription to front free endpaper. Spine gently rolled and toned, small bumps to ends and tips, light foxing throughout, small pencil note to tissue guard of plate facing p. 64. Colour frontispiece and 63 colour or monochrome plates with captioned tissue guards by Harry Rountree. First edition, first impression, in the first issue binding with the illustrator's name misspelled "Rowntree" on the front; an essential part of any golfing library, written by one of the great writers on the sport. Donovan & Murdoch note that the golf courses of Ireland were "eliminated" from the second edition (1925). Donovan & Murdoch 14410. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Tesla High Frequency Coil - Its Construction and Uses

      New York: D. Van Nostrand Company Inc.. Hardcover. xii, 119, 15 pp ads. Fifty-six illustrations including seven black and white photographic plates with frontis photo of a complete 12" apparatus. "An effort to place in the hands of advanced amateurs in electrical science a practical working manual on the construction of high-frequency coils, now so useful in scientific investigation." - from Introduction. Publisher's tag affixed to front free endpaper. Errata slip affixed to page 5. Tanning to outer half of each endpaper. Faint evidence something has been peeled from back of half-title page. Prior owner's inkstamp upon back of frontispiece. Prior owner's details written atop title page. Binding sound. Moderate wear to greenish-black boards. Some loss from white lettering upon front board. White lettering to backstrip is gone. A quality copy. . Good. 1910. First Edition.

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        Overland to India

      Macmillan and Co., Limited, , 1910. 2 volumes octavo. Original mid-blue cloth, title gilt to spine, camel head tool to the upper boards, top edges gilt, others uncut. In dust jackets. Coloured frontispieces and 4 other coloured plates, numerous black and white plates from photographs, 4 folding panoramas, 2 large folding coloured maps. Cloth a touch dulled in places, light toning, one photographic section a little loose, but overall a very good set in slightly rubbed and chipped jackets, that of Volume I lacking the top part of the spine, but unusual thus nonetheless. First edition in English, same year as the first in Swedish. An account of Hedin's journey from Tehran to Lahore, extensively, and superbly, illustrated from the author's own photographs.

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        Copper half-relief of Horatio Nelson

      1910. NELSON, Horatio. Copper half-relief bust portrait of Horatio Nelson. Society for Nautical Research, circa 1910. Copper half-relief measuring 11-1/2 by 16 inches; framed in birdseye maple, entire piece measures 14-1/2 by 18-1/2 inches. $25,000.Striking copper half-relief bust portrait of Horatio Nelson in military uniform, fashioned out of copper hull sheathing from the flagship where he fell, the H.M.S. Victory, captioned ""Nelson"" in the relief, handsomely framed in simple birdseye maple.This beautiful copper half-relief bust portrait of Horatio Nelson was fashioned out of the copper hull sheathing of the flagship where he fell in battle, the H.M.S. Victory. The solid, finely hammered and chased artwork shows tool marks and gilding under an even, well-aged patina, evidence of the quality of the craftsmanship. Following the battle of Trafalgar, the H.M.S. Victory was badly damaged and could not return to port under the power of its own sail. After delivering Nelson's body to London, the Victory was repaired and remained in active service until 1812, when she was moored at Portsmouth. The ship then served as a training vessel for some time. However, by the turn of the 20th century, she had deteriorated so badly that, in 1910, a group of enthusiasts established the Society for Nautical Research to help fund restoration of the ship. The essential parts of the project were not completed until well after the close of the Second World War. The very last repairs were not completed until 2005, just in time for the bicentennial of Trafalgar. Today, the Victory is the oldest commissioned warship in the world and attracts over 350,000 visitors per year as a museum ship. To help fund its restoration efforts, the Society for Nautical Research took unusable parts, such as nails and cooper sheathing, and melted them down to be refashioned as souvenirs. This handsome piece was among the most elaborate of these. From the military collection of Rodney Hilton Brown, founder of the War Museum, New York. Featured in an April 2015 article in The Mariner's Mirror, ""Benjamin T. Hill's HMS Victory Collection,"" by Rodney Hilton Brown.Tiny repaired split at top of relief, virtually invisible, that occurred upon manufacture. Fine condition.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1910 - 1910 to 1914 Wisden Hardbacks Set of 5.

      1910. 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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        Oak Pipe Rack Carved from H.M.S. Victory Timbers

      1910. (NELSON, Horatio). Oak Pipe Rack Carved from H.M.S. Victory Timbers. No place: circa 1910. Oak pipe rack, fashioned into the shape of an anchor with brass rings at the ends, designed to accommodate four pipes, 8 inches tall on a 7 by 3-inch base, with carved identification at bottom center: ""H.M.S. VICTORY"" $6500.Rare pipe rack carved from timbers of Admiral Nelson's flagship, H.M.S. Victory, to help fund restoration efforts to preserve the historic vessel early in the 20th century.The Battle of Trafalgar was a spectacular success for the British navy over the combined fleets of the French and Spanish navies, but the victory was tainted by the death of Admiral Lord Nelson, shot during the engagement by a French musketeer. Nelson's flagship H.M.S. Victory had been badly damaged in the fight and was towed to Gibraltar by HMS Neptune for repairs, before carrying Nelson's body to England where, after lying in state at Greenwich, he was buried in St. Paul's Cathedral on January 9, 1806. In 1910, the Society for Nautical Research was created to try and preserve the Victory for future generations, but the Admiralty was unable to help, having become embroiled in an escalating arms race; thus by the time Frank H. Mason published The Book of British Ships in 1911, Victory's condition was described as ""nothing short of an insult."" By 1921, she was in a very poor state, and the ""Save the Victory"" campaign was started, with shipping magnate Sir James Caird becoming a major contributor. (Restoration was finally completed well after the close of the Second World War; today, it is the oldest commissioned warship in the world and attracts over 350,000 visitors annually as a museum ship.) This pipe rack is from a generations-old British military and naval family collection; featured in an April 2015 article in The Mariner's Mirror, ""Benjamin T. Hill's HMS Victory Collection,"" by Rodney Hilton Brown.Typical age-wear with some minor oxidation to metal rings. An exceptional commemorative piece.

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      Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1910., 1910. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Maroon cloth, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, 82 pp., introduction, footnotes. Peel 29 says "A journey to the Mandans made with Charles Mackenzie, another fur trader, while in the service of the N. W. C." Howes L IO7 says "First printing of the day-by-day journal of the first white man, after Verendrye, to visit the Big Horn country and the Crow Indians; first authoritative account of that tribe." Eberstadt 111: 657 says "A valuable source which easily ranks among the classics of the fur trade." Streeter III: 1832 says "... a valuable commentary upon the Lewis and Clark narrative as far as the Flatheads and Snakes are concerned." Former owner's bookplate on front pastedown sheet, else a clean, fine copy of an important fur trade item.

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      San Francisco: Pillsbury Picture Company, 1910. 1st. Original wrappers. First Edition. Small oblong 8vo. [20] leaves bearing 10 tipped-in original Pillsbury photographs (with captions) of Yosemite and environs. Publisher's photo-illustrated stapled wrappers. An early and scarce photographic pamphlet on Yosemite; no copies located in OCLC and unknown to the Yosemite bibliographer, Dennis Kruska. Arthur Clarence Pillusbury (1870 - 1946) who operated the "Studio of the Three Arrows" in Yosemite from 1906 to 1927, was a master of the orotone. Pillsbury, following the devastating 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, set up his studio in Yosemite Valley and sold thousands of postcards and photographic prints to visitors. At one time, he employed a young Ansel Adams. Pillsbury also experimented with less conventional media such as motion picture technology, panoramic photography, and the orotone.

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        The Life of King Edward VII

      John C. Winston Co. 1910 - Lightly read. Foxing to page edges. Heavy scuffing to back cover. Sunning to spine. 472pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Marcus Aurelius to Himself

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1910. The Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Handsomely Bound ca. 1910 by Ramage of London [RAMAGE, binders]. Marcus Aurelius to Himself. In English by Gerald H. Rendall… Head Master of Charterhouse. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1910. Golden Treasury Series. Small octavo (5 7/8 x 3 7/8 inches; 150 x 98 mm.). xlii, 167, [1, imprint] pp. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Some light foxing affecting front and rear blank leaves only. Handsomely bound by Ramage of London ca. 1910 (Stamp-signed in gilt on front turn-in). Full brown morocco, covers with double-gilt rules surrounding four large and elaborate gilt corner designs, spine with five raised bands, elaborately tooled and lettered in gilt in compartments, gilt board edges and wide turn-ins, blue mottled paper liners and endleaves, all edges gilt. A fine example of the work of this exceptional London binder. Born in London in 1836, John Ramage served an apprenticeship with John Wright, then went to Paris, where he was able to work with the distinguished Marcellin Lortic (1822-1892), who opened his shop on the Rue St. Honoré in 1840. In 1860 Ramage purchased the binding business of Alexander Banks, Jr., in Edinburgh, then returned three years later to London, where he was in business at various locations into the 20th century. Though the range designs is broad, Ramage bindings are celebrated for their remarkably delicate, careful, and elaborate gilt work. Marcus Aurelius. Latin: Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus; [26 April 121 - 17 March 180 AD) was Roman Emperor from 161 to 180. He ruled with Lucius Verus as co-emperor from 161 until Verus' death in 169. Marcus Aurelius was the last of the so-called Five Good Emperors. He was a practitioner of Stoicism, and his untitled writing, commonly known as the Meditations, is the most significant source of the modern understanding of ancient Stoic philosophy. During his reign, the Empire defeated a revitalized Parthian Empire in the East: Aurelius' general Avidius Cassius sacked the capital Ctesiphon in 164. In central Europe, Aurelius fought the Marcomanni, Quadi, & Sarmatians with success during the Marcomannic Wars, although the threat of the Germanic tribes began to represent a troubling reality for the Empire. A revolt in the East led by Avidius Cassius failed to gain momentum and was suppressed immediately. Marcus Aurelius' Meditations, written in Greek while on campaign between 170 and 180, are still revered as a literary monument to a philosophy of service and duty, describing how to find and preserve equanimity in the midst of conflict by following nature as a source of guidance and inspiration.

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        Printed document signed

      1910. Signed. CHURCHILL, Winston. Printed document signed. London: July 11, 1910. Black-bordered printed document, one page, 8 by 12-1/2 inches. Framed with portrait of Churchill, entire piece measures 20 by 20 inches. $4500.Printed document, a 1910 letter of appreciation signed by Churchill, sent on behalf of King George V to Welsh Nonconformists for their resolution on the death of King Edward VII.The document, finished in hand and signed by Churchill as Secretary of State for the Home Office, July 11, 1910 and sent to R. Davies, Esq., Tuhwntirbwlch, Portmadoc [Wales], reads in full, “I am commanded by The King to convey to you hereby His MajestyÂ’s Thanks for the Loyal and Dutiful Resolution of the nonconformists of Portmadoc on the occasion of the lamented death of His late Majesty King Edward the Seventh. I am to say that the expression of sympathy with Queen Alexandra has been laid before Her Majesty, who desires me to communicate to you Her Thanks.” On May 6, 1910, after a reign of less than 10 years, King Edward VII died and was succeeded by his son as King George V. The Nonconformists of Portmadoc who had sent this resolution were Christians who refused to conform to the Church of England. Under magnification, there appears to be some black shading under ChurchillÂ’s brown ink signature; this may have been caused by splaying of the ink or, when Churchill signed this letter, the ink was very light and he signed his name a second time, going over his first signature. Three horizontal folds, none through ChurchillÂ’s signature. Handsomely framed and in fine condition.

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