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        ohne Titel. Siebdruck, gerahmt.

      70 x 50 cm, Tadell. Nr. 2 von 50 Exemplaren. Unten rechts vom Künstler signiert u dat. Roman Clemens, Bühnenbildner und Theater-Architekt (1910 - 1992), 1927-1931 Schüler am Bauhaus (Lehrer: P. Klee, W. Kandinsky, O. Schlemmer), 1931 Bauhaus-Diplom Nr. 39. Danach bis 1932 Bühnenbildner in Dessau. Von 1932 - 1943 Bühnenbildner am Opernhaus Zürich. Ab 1945 verschiedene Projekt für das Raumtheater, Internat. Ausstellungen.

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      Vilna; Ferlag ‘di Velt’; Vilner Farlag Fun B. A. Kletskin [1910] - Later boards. 8vo. 78 pages. 22 cm. First edition. In Yiddish. ‘In Fire’, a drama in three acts. ’ Written by A Vayter (also Waiter; pseudonym of Ayzik Meyer Devenishski; ca. 1878–1919) ; "Yiddish writer, political activist, and cultural figure. Born in a shtetl in the Vilna region to a strictly observant family that operated a tavern, Ayzik Meyer Devenishski received a traditional Jewish education. In his youth, he became familiar with Haskalah literature, and later studied Russian and Polish literature and the works of radical and revolutionary thinkers. Devenishski left the traditional world and joined the Bund at the time of its inception. He was active in Kovno, Minsk, and Vilna under his party pseudonym "Comrade Aron, " and endeavored to strengthen the national elements of the Bund platform. Devenishski was arrested several times and exiled to Siberia. When his term of exile was over, Devenishski settled in Vilna in 1905, where he contributed to the local Russian press. He played a central role in the revolutionary events of 1905 in Vilna. In 1906, he began his career as a Yiddish writer with a short story under his new pseudonym, A. Vayter, and from then on his literary work was increasingly important to him. Vayter’s transition from political to cultural activities is seen as emblematic of significant circles of the Jewish intelligentsia after the failure of the first Russian Revolution. Along with Shmuel Niger and Shemaryahu Gorelik, Vayter coedited the pioneering journal Literarishe monatshriftn (Literary Monthly) in 1908; he wrote its manifesto postulating a renaissance of Jewish culture and calling for the return of Jewish intelligentsia to it. Vayter also began writing plays, among which Der shtumer (The Mute; 1912) became popular and was produced often, mainly by amateur theater groups. His plays and short stories focus on the disillusionment of modern Jewish intellectuals as they tried to find a way back to traditional yidishkayt. In that period, he also showed great interest in modern Yiddish theater, both in his critical essays and reviews and through his organizational work with Y. L. Peretz and other writers. From 1909 to 1911, Vayter was on the editorial staff of Der fraynd, where he published—among other pieces—the first review of Dovid Bergelson’s literary debut. In 1911, Vayter became the manager of the B. Kletskin publishing house in Vilna, considered from the very beginning to be the preeminent Yiddish publishing house in Eastern Europe. In 1918, Vayter returned to Vilna after several years of Siberian exile. He was very involved in Yiddish cultural activities that had taken root there during the months of Bolshevik rule. When the Poles entered Vilna in April 1919, they carried out a bloody pogrom, and Polish legionnaires executed Vayter by firing squad after falsely accusing him of being a Bolshevik. The memory of his murder became a symbol reminding Jews both of the brutal antisemitic attitude on the part of Poles in the first months of Poland’s independence and of the specific problems that characterized the situation of Jews in Vilna between the two World Wars. This symbol was embodied in the monument at Vayter’s grave in the Jewish cemetery in Vilna. Immediately following the author’s death, Vayter-bukh: Tsum ondenk fun Vayter (Vayter Book: In Memory of Vayter; 1920) was published under the editorship of Shmuel Niger and Zalmen Reyzen. In 1923, Vayter’s Ksovim (Writings) were published with a comprehensive introduction by A. Y. Goldshmidt—the most important source on Vayter’s life and work. His three plays were published in separate editions. " (Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe; A Vayter) Errata slip inserted. Subjects: Yiddish Drama. OCLC lists 10 copies. Light wear to boards, later endpages aged and chipped; otherwise very clean and fresh. Good + condition. (SPEC-36-55) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      London: Elkin Matthews, 1910. The notoriously fragile, paper covered boards show wear as always. The front and back boards are actually in VeryGood state with Gold Gilt stamping on front board very bright without loss. The spine shows the usual wear (see scan). Loss to head, wear to tail. Spine rubbed, with loss to title gilt. Binding is tight. An overall Good+ copy, although many would say better. Yorke 34.. First Edition. PaperCoveredBoards/Sewn. Good+/No Jacket, As Issued. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Manifesti dei Musicisti Futuristi

      Milan: Direzione del Movimento Futurista, [1910]. Single sheet folded once to make [4]pp. Soft horizontal fold to middle, else a nice example of this early Futurist manifesto, the first on music. The first musician to "surrender to the persuasion of promises and liberation", Pratella was courted early on by Marinetti to join his new movement that he hoped would breathe new life into Italian culture. Though not as nihilistic as Russolo's Art of Noises published three years later, he still makes what at the time, were revolutionary demands that musicians break from the traditional, proclaiming in a later manifesto that" the new order of disorder should be created by destroying the ancient schemes."

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        The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse (Peter Rabbit First Series Number Eleven)

      Frederick Warne and Co. 1910 - Frederick Warne and Co, London, 1910. Beatrix Potter (illustrator). First Edition. 12 mo (17.5-20 cm high). A First Edition, [First Printing] of 'The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse' by Beatrix Potter in Very Good condition published by Frederick Warne and Co in 1910. Edition identified by: 1) 1910 on the front of the title page, 2) endpapers match Quinby plate X [no cats, a bumble bee in the top row and no characters in the center of each endpaper, used on books published 1910 and 1911], 3) publisher stated as 'Frederick Warne and Co', 4) page 9, line 5 no 'mossy', 5) page 46, line 3 question mark after 'dinner' and 6) page 64, line 12 starts 'Get out '. [References: Beatrix Potter: A Bibliographical Check List by Jane Quinby, reference 18 and A History of the Writings of Beatrix Potter, Including Unpublished Work by Leslie Linder, page 205] Very Good, new spine added matching original. [No dustjacket]. Housed in a custom-made slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tensho jibiki. [Dictionary of seal characters. Reprint of I.D.’s Renju Tembun. Sealscript, a String of Pearls. Yedo, 1722.]

      Edo Buneido zoban, Tokyo 1910 - Text in Japanese/Chinese. This book is Fukuro toji style binding.The brown wrappers are worn with chipping near the spine. There is a slight stain on the top margin (no impact to text). Two pages have "Art Branch" stamped on them. Facsimile of xylography text and marks. Small Seal Script, formerly romanized as Hsiao-chuan and also known as Seal Script, Lesser Seal Script and Qin Script, is an archaic form of Chinese calligraphy. It was standardized and promulgated as a national standard by Li Si, prime minister under Shi Huangdi, the First Emperor of Qin.[Wikipedia] Ikenaga Doun (1665 - 1737) was a Japanese seal-carver and calligrapher. The Ikenaga were a powerful provincial family in Odawara, Sagami Province (now Kanagawa Prefect.). Doun was adopted into the Ikenaga family and became its fifth-generation head. His seal album Itto bansho was the forerunner of artistic seal albums in Japan. The work is evidence that the practice of seal carving as an art form and the publication of seal albums for aesthetic appreciation began with Doun. His school became known as the Early Edo school.[AllesKunstNet] Size: 23 cm tall [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse (Peter Rabbit First Series Number Eleven)

      Frederick Warne and Co., 1910 Frederick Warne and Co, London, 1910. Beatrix Potter (illustrator). First Edition. 12 mo (17.5-20 cm high). A First Edition, [First Printing] of 'The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse' by Beatrix Potter in Very Good condition published by Frederick Warne and Co in 1910. Edition identified by: 1) 1910 on the front of the title page, 2) endpapers match Quinby plate X [no cats, a bumble bee in the top row and no characters in the center of each endpaper, used on books published 1910 and 1911], 3) publisher stated as 'Frederick Warne and Co', 4) page 9, line 5 no 'mossy', 5) page 46, line 3 question mark after 'dinner' and 6) page 64, line 12 starts 'Get out '. [References: Beatrix Potter: A Bibliographical Check List by Jane Quinby, reference 18 and A History of the Writings of Beatrix Potter, Including Unpublished Work by Leslie Linder, page 205] Very Good, new spine added matching original. [No dustjacket]. Housed in a custom-made slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (2 Vols.)

      Chapman & Hall Ltd., London 1910 - The 1910 Cecil Aldin 2 volume illustrated edition. Both volumes tight and VG+ in their original beige cloth, with bright gilt-design and lettering to the front panels and cloth. Neat, small former owner inscriptions at the front free endpapers of both volumes, otherwise clean as could be. Thick quartos, 907 pgs. 24 full-color plates (with their printed tisue-guards) and numerous other black-and-white etchings by the great Cecil Aldin complement the text. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      ALDIN, CECIL. ALDIN,CECIL. THE RED PUPPY BOOK. London: Humphrey Milford [1910]. Square 4to, cloth backed pictorial boards, tips and spine slightly rubbed else VG++. 1st edition. Written by Aldin and illustrated by him with 12 charming full page color illustrations (on tan paper) and with as many wonderful full page illustrations in line.

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        The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (2 Vols.)

      London: Chapman & Hall Ltd, 1910. Decorative Cloth. Collectible; Very Good. The 1910 Cecil Aldin 2 volume illustrated edition. Both volumes tight and VG+ in their original beige cloth, with bright gilt-design and lettering to the front panels and cloth. Neat, small former owner inscriptions at the front free endpapers of both volumes, otherwise clean as could be. Thick quartos, 907 pgs. 24 full-color plates (with their printed tisue-guards) and numerous other black-and-white etchings by the great Cecil Aldin complement the text.

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      Pictorial title and 24 full-page colour plates. Original pictorial cloth. Quarto. 28.3 x 22.3 cm. First edition. Ownership inscription on half-title; a few spots; else an outstanding copy.

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      1910. ALDIN, CECIL. (ALDIN,CECIL)illus. THE TWINS. NY & London: Hodder & Stoughton, no date [1910]. Large 4to (10 x 11 1/2"), cloth backed boards, pictorial paste-on, tips and edges rubbed, re-spined, tight, clean and VG++. 1st American edition. The adventures of twin puppies are illustrated by Aldin with 24 fabulous color plates plus pictorial endpapers and title page. A nice copy of a great picture book.

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        Kilmeny of the Orchard

      L.C. Page, Boston 1910 - First Edition. With four illustrations & cover inset in color by George Gibbs. 1 vols. 8vo. The third book by Montgomery. It is a reworking of a serial called "Una of the Garden," about a mute girl who miraculously gains the power of speech. It was published in April of 1910. Original beige cloth, color illustration of Kilmeny inset in upper cover, spine a trifle dulled, else fine With four illustrations & cover inset in color by George Gibbs. 1 vols. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Trans-Himalaya: Discoveries and Adventures in Tibet Three volumes

      London: Macmillan and Co.. Good with no dust jacket. 1910-13. Hardcover. Volume One has the rear board almost detached, with the rear hinge broken and the cloth split along most of the rear joint. Volumes Two and Three have a darker area on the spine, and Volume One has the entire spine darker than one would expect when compared to the fading of the spines on the other two volumes. The darker colour seems be due to dye applied to the spine to cover up faded areas where labels have been removed, hence possibly an ex-library set. There are no other signs of being ex-library other than the unusual treatment to the spines. Volume One has chips and tears to the margins of the first leaf of the Preface, with no loss of text. Gutters split at front and rear hinge of Volume Two and at rear hinge of Volume Three. A few short 1" and smaller tears to the margins of some of the folding maps. Rear free endpaper lacking in each volume. A good working set.; xxiii, [1], 436; xvii, [1], 441; xv, [1], 426 pages + advertisements + 544 illustrations (388 numbered illustrations in volumes I and II, including frontispieces, + 155 numbered illustrations in volume III + frontispiece in volume III) + 14 maps (including 4 colour folding maps). Volumes I and II: Second printing, 1910. Volume III: First printing, 1913. [NB: These are second and first printings of the first English edition, not the smaller format colonial edition which had far fewer illustrations.] Red cloth boards. Gilt illustration on front board of each volume. Page dimensions: 224 x 148mm. Top page edges gilt. "The illustrations should be leniently criticized; with one or two exceptions they are from my own photographs and sketches. Perhaps they will give the reader some notion of the lonely country, the dizzy heights of the Trans-Himalaya, and of my old friends, the amiable, unassuming nomads." - from the author's preface to the third volume. The third volume is less common than the first two volumes. The third volume includes some historical chapters together with the account of Hedin's own explorations. Contents of Volume III: From the Source of the Indus through Unknown Country; The Nomads of Yumba-Matsen; Over the Indus Again; Over the Trans-Himalaya to Gartok; To the Confluence of the Indus Arms; In Dark, Dank Cloister Walls; The Last Days on the Indus; In Ladak for the Last Time; The Selipuk Monastery; The Models of Kyangyang; Over the Trans-Himalaya for the Last Time; The Trans-Himalaya in Ancient times and the Middle Ages - The Catholic Missionaries; The Jesuits - D'Anville - The First Englishmen - Ritter, Humboldt, and Huc; The Trans-Himalaya from the Middle of the Nineteenth Century up to the Present; A Critical Situation; To the Convent of "St. Sow'; Manasarowar in Ancient and Modern Times; The First Englishmen at the Holy Lake; The Latest Reports; A Dizzy Passage of the Sutlej; The Ravines of the Sutlej; A Picturesque Monastery; In the Sanctuary of the Mangnang Monastery; His Excellency the Churl; The First Jesuit in Tibet; Lamaism and Catholicism; In the Labyrinth of Tributaries; The Devil's Cauldron of the Ngari-Tsangpo; Down to the Sutlej; Farewell to Tibet; Between Sky and Water; A Learned Lama from Hungary; My Amazonian Escort; The Last; Index. [References: Marshall 2985; Yakushi H177c; Neate H68; Pinfold 95]. ; 8vo .

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        Bo?stva a kulty [Divinities and cults]

      self-published (tip. Politika), Prague 1910 - Octavo (22.5 × 19 cm). Original pictorial wrappers; [21] pp., [6] leaves of plates, of which five color woodcuts; thirteen small vignettes in the text. Wrappers professionally restored to lower corners and edges; internally fine, with the plates in bright color. First edition of this book of occult-themed verse, accompanied by five full-page color woodcuts by the visionary mystic Czech painter and graphic artist Josef Váchal (1884-1969). The poet ?imánek (1883-1959) was a member of the hermeticist group Universalia and the symbolist movement Sursum, both of which were heavily influenced by occult theosophical and occult interests. Though a major Czech modernist writer, and considered by some a pioneer of Czech science fiction, ?imánek is today largely neglected. An important collaboration between poet and artist, combining attractive typography with Váchal's evocative and exotic color woodcuts. This is copy 179 of only 260 numbered copies. The colophone notes that "no new editions of this book will ever be printed," suggesting that Váchal's printing blocks were to be destroyed after its production. Sá ka 131. KVK, OCLC show the copies at the Austrian National Library, Penn State, and University of Illinois. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Concerning The Three Principles Of The Divine Essence

      London: John M Watkins, 1910. 1st Edition Thus. Hardcover. Good. 1st Printing Lxiv, 809 Pp. First Printing Of This 1910 Edition, With New Preface By Barker, Otherwise A Facsimile [Text Is Completely Modernized And Footnoted] Of The Rare 1648 Edition. Green Cloth, Gilt. Binding Completely Refurbished And Rebacked With Original Cloth Spine And Covers, Original Gilt Still Bright, Covers Clean And Evenly Colored. Former Owner's Signature Dated 1971. The Frontispiece Is Tipped Onto The Page Facing The Title Page, But There Is Printing On The Back Of The Plate, Indicating It Was Removed From Another Publication, But There Is Another Plate, A Portrait Of Boehme, Facing The First Page Of The Preface, Which Appears Original. A Large, Heavy Book; International Postage By Usps Priority Mail Or Express Mail Box, Insured, Is About $65.

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        Photograph album of ephemera from the Japan-British Exhibition of 1910 & an English family's visit to Japan

      , 1910. 1910. Hardcover. Very good overall. The photograph album of commemorating the Japan-British Exhibition of 1910, along with the family's photographs of a trip to Japan. The exhibition took place at White City, London in Great Britain from 14 May 1910 to 29 October 1910. It was the largest international exposition that the Empire of Japan had ever participated in and was driven by a desire of Japan to develop a more favorable public image in Great Britain. The album opens with a shipboard printed telegram, "The Tenyo Maru Wireless Telegram" dated May 8, 1910, announcing that King Edward had died on May 6th and the English were mourning and in a state of confusion. As such, the opening of the Anglo-Japanese Exhibition was "postponed for about one week. The banquet of Prince Asaka is also postponed." There follows a series of hand painted photographs approx. 6 x 2.5". There are colored postcards, art postcards, And a trip to Japan,3 watercolor views, a menu, autographs Approximately 30 b&w photographs of the family on their visit to Japan. The album also includes Invitations, 3 watercolor views, a menu, calling cards from Lady Semon and family, place cards for Mr. & Mrs. Rutherfurd (possibly the owners of the album).Mr. Rutherfurd is a massively tall and heavy fellow, especially alongside the Japanese. A letter from Harishin, collector of Fine Art Curios of Kobe, dated April 2nd, 1910, about lamps the gentleman liked. A large folding image & calligraphy on tissue with the original envelope at the back. Oblong 8vo, 25 card leaves with ephemera on both sides, made by F. H. Gilson Co., Boston. Leather a little rubbed at edges, string bound.

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        Baseball In The Big Leagues: A Book for Boys (in rare original dust jacket)

      Reilly & Britton, Chicago 1910 - Tan cloth lettered and with design of a baseball pitcher in wind up pose printed in red, black and grey. 308 pps. Illustrated with full page photographic plates. A fine, tight, bright example. In the rare original dust jacket with design duplicating that of the decorated cloth, some light rubbing to the panels, s short crinkeled tear top front panel and shallow wear at the spine extremities. The second edition, here retitled from the original "Touching Second". One of the keystone titles of early baseball, an anecdotal how-to from the Chicago Cubs second baseman and middle man of the famed "Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance" double play combination. Evers, known as "The Crab" as much for his personality (he was not on speaking terms with Mr. Tinker) as for his scuttling fielding style, was highly if grudingly repected by players of his era for his brainy "inside" style of play. The full page photo illustrations include Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson, teammate Mordecai "Three Finger" Brown and others. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Ceremonies of a Japanese Marriage

      1910. TAMAMURA. The Ceremonies of a Japanese Marriage. Illustrated title-page with 19 leaves of plates, all hand-coloured collotypes. Oblong 8vo., 180 x 255 mm, bound in a Japanese style black silk binding with red ties. Kobe: Tamamura, 1910. |~||~||~||~| First published in 1905, this is a reissue. A fine example of the work from the studio of one of Japan's most successful photographers Tamamura Kozaburo (1856-1923). Like the albums of photographs produced in great quantities at this time, this book provides an excellent view of aspects of Japanese life at the beginning of the twentieth century. The work follows a bride and groom as they proceed through the specifics of Japanese marriage, from the meeting with the matrimonial broker through the simple yet elegant ceremony. A fine copy of a fragile book.

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        Kono Hana

      Gazoku Bunko 1910-1912 - Original Japanese wrappers. A complete 22-issue set of the journal `Kono Hana`, published by author and national wit Miyatake Gaikotsu (1867-1955). Gaikotsu, also the author of `Journal of the Society of Ready Wit` (Tonchi Kyokai Zasshi), was arrested multiple times for his political pranks and parodies of important political figures. This journal is similarly irreverent. Includes many woodblock-printed illustrations (some in colour), and two copies of issue 1 (in two different states). Also comes with the original separately-printed appendixes for issues 1, 12, 17, 18, and 20. Occasional small stains, chips, marks, and previous booksellers` stickers. Comes in protective non-original slipcase. Text in Japanese. Due to the size and weight of this item, extra shipping charges may be applied. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Faithful Friends

      London: Blackie & Son Limited, [1910]. The Rare First 'Full-Color' Edition [RACKHAM, Arthur]and Cecil Aldin, etc., illustrators] Various Authors. Faithful Friends; Pictures and Stories for Little Folk. London: Blackie & Son Limited, n..d., [ca. 1910]. First edition with full-color plates. Quarto. (10 x 7 11/16 inches; 254 x 195 mm) 88 unnumbered pages. Title-page printed in red and black. With six full page, full color, and two black and white, illustrations by Rackham, all signed and dated "A Rackham 1901". Many other color and black and white illustrations by Cecil Aldin, Felix Leigh, A.M. Hutton, Louis Wain, Gunning King, EAC [Edward Caldwell], Fannie Moody, M.E.E [Mary Ellen Edwards], M. Dixon, and others. Text by various authors. Publisher's quarter red cloth over boards, front cover in full color with illustration of a Horse and a Dog, lettered in red with black outline. Lower cover with black and white pictorial advertisement for "Grimm's Fairy Tales". Plain end-papers, school prize label dated "Midsummer 1912" on front paste-down. A near fine copy. This title was first published in 1901 and had the same illustrations but in 'two-color' as opposed to the 'full-color' illustrations contained herein. Richard Riall discusses a copy that he had which had a presentation label dated 1913 but in which the plates were neither signed nor dated. Latimore & Haskell and Derek Hudson declare 1913 as the year of this book's first publication, yet the plates by Rackham are dated "1901." COPAC notes a copy and assigns "1902" as publication date but without explanation. OCLC notes a copy, "Printed by Blackie and Son Limited at the Villafield Press, Glasgow"-Cover./ Publisher's advertisement on p. [iv] of cover, for Hassall Nursery Series./ Binding: Pictorial boards with red cloth spine. Color illustration on cover of horse and dog," and assigns the date as 1913 (Riall notes this edition as 1904). We have seen another, similar undated edition in green cloth with a color illustration of dog and horse on laid to green cloth. And yet another edition, with pictorial boards similar to the copy under notice, in green cloth. In over fifty years of specializing in the works of Arthur Rackham this is only the second copy of the true first full-color edition that we have ever seen or heard of. Illustrations by Arthur Rackham: (by leaf signature): 1. L11 "Playful Puppies" (Full-page, full color) 2. L22 "Waiting for the Train" (Full-page, full color) 3. N4 "Breakfast-Time" (Full-page, full color) 4. [N22] "In the Farmyard" (Full-page, full color) 5. M9 "Pussycat Town" (three-quarter page black and white) 6. M11 "Pussy's Playtime" (Full-page, full color) 7. M15 [The Bold Kitten] (one-third page black & white vignette). 8. M29 "My Pets" (Full-page, full color) Latimore and Haskell p. 41. (citing 1913 edition - not seen). Hudson p. 176. (citing 1913 edition). Gettings p.178. (citing 1913 edition). Hamilton p. 189. (citing 1913 edition). Riall p. 117 (citing 1913 edition with color illustartions neither signed nor dated).

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        Famous Personalities from Montecarlo.

      [c. 1910] - Size: 725 x 515 mm. Mounted size 855 x 640 mm. Very good condition. Lithograph. Printed colour. Georges Goursat (1863-1934), known as Sem, attained a high level of success with his wonderful portrayals of Paris at the turn of the century. This outstanding caricaturist was a member of the Salon des Humoristes and an officer of the Legion of Honor. His works offer us glimpses into Parisian high society at the turn of the Century. Sem's unique talent made his work very identifiable, particularly because of the essential sobriety of his composition, in which his characters usually emerge from a white or plain background rather than being more obvious caricatures. Sem captured the spirit of the subject and in turn produced images that were true to life. This wonderful print is a brilliant example of Sem's series "Famous Personalities from Montecarlo", published in Paris c.1910.

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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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        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

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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. .

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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 .

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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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        The Encyclopaedia Britannica__eleventh edition 29 volumes

      Cambridge University Press 1910 - the first 28 volumes are bound in full black calf with gilt lettering and borders and top edges, the index (Vol. 29) is bound in reddish/orange cloth gilt lettering top edge gilt thumb indexed 947 pp. the leather spines are lightly faded and worn at the ends, the decorated endpapers are in fine condition, the additional endpapers have light foxing in most volumes, the index spine is also lightly faded with light foxing to the endpapers. Pictures available, postage to be determined. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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)

      James H. Barry, San Francisco 1910 - 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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. .

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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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        Dem unentwegten Vorkämpfer für menschliche Behandlung der Auswanderer, dem Förderer des Passagierverkehrs über Hamburg, Herrn Inspektor a.D. Anton Klompass zur freundlichen Erinnerung an die Firma B. Karlsberg Hamburg

      Hamburg: B. Karlsberg, 1910. First edition. Hardcover. vg. Oblong folio (11 1/2 x 15 1/2"). Unpaginated. [170] leaves (Plates). Original embossed leather binding splendidly illustrated in gilt and black, with gold lettering to front cover. Raised bands. Two braided leather strips. All paper edges red. Decorative endpapers. Impressive remembrance book offered to Anton Klompass, with an equally impressive dedication gilt-stamped on front cover: "To Inspector Anton Klompass, the steadfast champion of human treatment of the emigrants, the promoter of passenger traffic via Hamburg - A friendly souvenir from the B. Karlsberg company, Hamburg."The book contains 170 duo-tone heliogravures on high quality paper (Zanders-Bütten and Vélin).The striking photographs, attributed to Hamburg-based photographers Georg Koppmann* and Johann Heinrich Strumper, depict various views of the buzzing Hamburg harbor, as well as the historic "Speicherstadt" warehouse district at the turn of the century.The views include the "Hamburg" steamship of the Hamburg Amerika Linie at dock and ready to depart; Dock workers; Sailing ships at dock and leaving the harbor; Ships in dry-dock; Cranes loading and unloading merchandise ships; Tugboats; Harbor storage; Coal barges; Die neue Elbbrücke, etc...Each plate measures 10 3/4 x 15", and while most of the images measure 6 3/4 x 9", a few measure either 5 3/4 x 9" or 6 x 7 3/4". A few minor scratches to binding. Text on front board in German, gothic script. Binding and interior in very good condition. * Georg Koppmann (1842-1909) was a German architectural and topographical photographer. He established a studio in Hamburg around 1865 where he documented the condemned areas to be replaced by a new city center and the Free Port, opened in 1888.

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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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