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        Moderna Luftfartyg. En allmänfattlig framställning.

      Fröléen & Comp., Stockholm, 1910. 4:o. XI, 20, (4), 27, (4) s. + 4 uppfällbara modeller och 69 figurer i texten. Förlagets enkla klotryggsband. Bandet lite skavt och stött men inlagan med de vackra utvikbara ballongerna/flygmaskinerna i utmärkt skick. Häftklamrarna lite rostiga + samt tillskrift på försättsbladet och stämplar "Kortföres" på insidan av pärmarna

      [Bookseller: Aspingtons Antikvariat]
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        Edouard Manet

      Cassirer 1910 Berlin. . Edouard Manet. Sein Leben und seine Kunst / Theodore Duret. Aus dem Französischen ins Deutsche übertragen von E[mil] Waldmann. Mit 2 Originalrad., 1 farb. Holzschn. und zahlr. Abb. - Berlin : Cassirer, 1910. - 319 S. 4°. OLdr. - Werkverz. Edouard Manet S. 249 - 320. - Rad.: Berthe Morisot (Abb.), Baudelaire de profil en chapeau, Farbholzschn.: Olympia /Einbd. l. fl., berieb., Ldr. stellenw. beschäd., Schn. angeschm./

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hardner]
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        (Hänsel und Gretel. - Vor dem Knusperhäuschen)

      (Leipzig) Hollerbaum & Schmidt. ca. 1910.. Farbige Lithographie. 70 x 28 cm.. Als Wandbild oder Fries für Kinderzimmer und Schulen gedacht. Ursprünglich wurden diese Wandfriese mit der Darstellung von kindlichen Motiven und Märchen von Gertrud Caspari gemacht und über den Verlag Voigtländer vertrieben. Da dieses Geschäft erfolgreich schien, kopierte der Berliner Plakatverlag Hollerbaum & Schmidt dieses Idee. - Sehr dekoratives Blatt.

      [Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz]
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        Quotation handwritten and signed by William Somerset Maugham (1874-1965)

      London: Not published, 1910. Handwritten quote written by William Somerset Maugham on a 4+1/2" (width) x 2+1/8" (height) card, dated January 1, 1910 London. Entirely handwritten in the author's hand and signed by him "I merely wanted to ask Ponsonby for more potatoes [signed] W.S. Maugham." Previously mounted, with minor adhesive and paper remnants on back of thick cardstock. Ponsonby is most likely Sir Henry Ponsonby the private secretary of Queen Victoria from 1870-1895. This is an early Maugham item; he had just achieved his first success in 1907 with the sardonically humorous play "Lady Frederick." The front is clean and suitable for framing.. Signed. No edition. Unbound. Very good+ condition.

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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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 ).

      [Bookseller: Buchhandlung & Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Two signed letters! Peary is going to Europe at the invitation of ?Geographical Societies, to address them upon my discovery of the North Pole?? and to accept honors and medals which he lists

      Typed Letter Signed ?Peary?, 1p, 8? x 10?. On R.M.S. ?Mauretania? stationery June 17, 1910. To Sen. W.M. Crane, Washington, D.C. Tears at edges and flaw in blank area not near text or signature. Very good condition.In full ?I enclose for your information a letter which I have sent to our Ambassadors in London, Berlin, Vienna and Rome. In regard to the honors noted in that letter, I have also been awarded the Gold Medal of the Swiss Geographical Society of Geneva (their highest honor), but the Medal has not yet been presented to me, owing to my inability to include Geneva in my itinerary. Hoping to have the pleasure of seeing you soon, I am, as always, Yours sincerely.?Present is the carbon TLS ?(signed) R E Peary? in pencil, 4pp, 8? x 10?. On lightweight paper. The first page, upper left corner missing, is on ?Mauretania? stationery. Minor flaws. Good condition.Two words penciled in text by Peary: ?Geographical? and ?hotel.? In part, ?M

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        SOCIALISM AND SUPERIOR BRAINS. A REPLY TO MR. MALLOCK

      London: A. C. Fifield, 1910. Second Edition. Hardcover. Some fading and rubbing to the boards. Housed in a cloth chemise and slipcase. About Very Good in a Fine slipcase. Fabian Socialists Series No. 8. Original cloth-backed boards, 59 pages. Laurence A102b. Frontispiece photograph of Shaw taken by the subject. The First Edition of 1909, Fabian Tract No. 146, consisted of only 24 pages in wraps and did not have the photograph. This copy INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author "to Charles Sarolea/from G. Bernard Shaw./14th Dec. 1911" on the front endpaper, with Sarolea's signature on the title page. Additionally, laid in is a brief AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (ALS) by Shaw to Sarolea on his stationery dated 12th Dec. 1911: "Dear Sarolea Will you lunch with us at Adelphi Terrace on Thursday at 1:30? What became of you on your last visit? We invited you to lunch; but you didn't answer and didn't come. Yours ever G. Bernard Shaw." Charles Sarolea (1870-1953) was Professor of French Literature at Edinburgh University, author of books on politics, literature, and social movements, and editor of the Everyman's Library series.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        The Science of Diamonds: A Self Educational Book on Diamonds, the Only One of Its Kind in the World

      Chester & Bergman, Chicago 1910 - Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Text unmarked. Tanning to spine and edges of boards. Endpages tanned. Pages lightly tanned. Black & white illustrations. Boards bumped and worn at corners, edges and spine ends. Graphic plate adhered to the front board rubbed. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 147533. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Dusty Bookshelf]
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        Gesammelte Schriften. Hrsg.: Band 1 - 22 Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Band 23 Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. Ab Band 24 Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen. 29 Bände in 37 Büchern.

      Neudruck der Ausgabe 1910 ff. (ab 1986). Reimer, de Gruyter, Berlin, 1. Auflage.. Schwarzes OHalbleder mit Goldprägung.. Große Werkausgabe, besorgt von Wilhelm Dilthey (Werke), Rudolf Reicke (Briefwechsel), Erich Adickes (Handschriftlicher Nachlaß) und Paul Menzer (Vorlesungen). Mit dem Band 26,1 Vorlesungen. Band 26,2 erscheint laut Verlag 2016. Kann über mich bezogen werden. Genaue Auflistung der Bände auf Anfrage. Abt. 1 Werke 1 - 9. Abt. 2 Briefe 1 - 4. Abt. 3 Handschriftlicher Nachlaß 1 - 10. Abt. 4 Vorlesungen 1 - 6. Band 8,9, und 22 mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren, sonst sehr gut., Konto in der Schweiz vorhanden,

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Matthias Neumann Einz]
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        The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club: Two Volume Set

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1910. First edition thus. Limited edition. Signed by Artist.. Hardback. 4to. (11.25 x 8.25 inches). Volume I: pp.x, 449, (i). Volume II: pp.x, 456, (i). Volume I: colour frontis with letterpress tissue guard, and 12 further colour plates with letterpress guards, hors-texte. Numerous headers and b/w illusts in text. Volume II: colour frontis with letterpress tissue guard, and 10 further colour plates with letterpress guards, hors-texte. Numerous headers and b/w illusts in text. Original full vellum, gilt, somewhat soiled. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Inner hinges a little weak. Spotting to prelims and extrems. Trifle light spotting elsewhere. O/w contents clean and bright. “A Tribute to Genius, 1812–1912,” testimonial stamp printed on perforated paper devised by the Charles Dickens Centenary Testimonial Committee fixed to both front pastedowns: 'A Tribute to Genius', 'Centenary Testimonial' '1812-1912', '1d'. Surname in pencil to both front free endpapers. Volume I: SIGNED by illustrator Cecil Aldin to the limitation page, number 107 of a limited edition of 250. A Very Good set indeed. Heavy books, requiring eye-watering and prohibitive amounts of extra postage overseas. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

      [Bookseller: John Taylor Books P.B.F.A.]
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        The Complete Poetrical Works of William Wordsworth (10 Vols.)

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Near Fine/No Jacket. 1910. Three-Quarter Leather. This attractive set is #89 of 500, bound in three-quarter brown morocco with blue marbled boards and endpapers. Gilt top edges, gilt floral and leaf decor to spine, 5 raised bands. Illustrated with photogravures of the Wordsworth country, including color frontispieces. Each volume has scuff marks on first blank page where bookplates were removed. Otherwise all are solid, square, very nicely maintained volumes. Large Paper Edition. .

      [Bookseller: Parnassus Books]
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        Merry Wives of Windsor, The

      1910. Edition DeLuxe40 Mounted Color Plates by Hugh Thomson[THOMSON, Hugh, illustrator]. SHAKESPEARE, William. The Merry Wives of Windsor. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1910.Limited to 350 numbered copies (of which 100 are reserved for sale in the United States of America), signed by the artist. This copy is No. 290 (one of the copies for sale in the United States of America). Quarto (10 15/16 x 9 inches; 278 x 228 mm.). [4, blank], viii, 170, [2] pp. Frontispiece and thirty-nine color plates mounted on heavy brown stock, with descriptive tissue guards. Black and white text illustrations.Original vellum over boards pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt on front cover and lettered in gilt on spine. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Covers very slightly dust-soiled, lacking silk ties. Frontispiece with very small crease in right-hand lower corner, small clean marginal tear on fore-edge of pp. 83/84. Still an excellent copy.Hugh Thomson was born in County Coleraine near Londonderry, on 1 June 1860. He gained praise and influenced many young artists through his book illustrations. He notably illustrated editions of William Shakespeare, Jane Austen, and Charles Dickens.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        A New Modification of the Cloud Method of Determining the Elementary Electrical Charge and the most probable value of that Charge [ Millikan's Balanced-Droplet Experiment - Foundation for Oil Drop Experiment ]

      London: Taylor and Francis, 1910. First Edition. Boards. Near Fine. First Edition. viii, [1]-924 pages plus 13 folding plates bound in rear. 8vo. Attractively bound in 3/4 leather over marbled boards. Marbled endpapers and page edges. A few small blemishes to the leather, bright and clean internally. Pages 209-228 contain the article "A new modification of the cloud method of determining the elementary electrical charge and the most probable value of that Charge," a key work in physics and electricity. IN The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine, Volume XIX, Sixth Series, February 1910, pp 209-228. A fine addition to any physics, Nobel Prize, or science collection. Boards. Often falsely cited as containing "Millikan's Oil Drop Experiment", this article documents Millikan's "balanced-droplet" experiment which predates his famous oil drop experiment. This paper is the first to reproducably and accurately show the unitary nature of electrical charge (which produced an accurate measurement of the charge of an electron for the first time). Experimental methods previous to his work created wildly differing measurements during repeated attempts. The balanced droplet method required the creation and use of water drops which were given an electrical charge, and then studied as they were influenced by a known magnetic field. This paper is fundamentally important. Millikan in his autobiography notes that this paper established the "first definite, sharp, unambigous proof that electricity was definitely unitary in structure and that it only appeared in exact multiples of that unit..." effectively allowing the measurement of the electrical charge. Later work (including his oil drop experiment) refined the experimental measurement techniques and the value of the charge of an electron. Millikan was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1923 "for his work on the elementary charge of electricity and on the photoelectric effect". Millikan showed that the charge was "always an integral multiple of an irreproducible value." He arrived at a value for e in 1909 that he considered accurate to within 2 percent. "This result provided the most persuasive evidence yet that electrons were fundamental particles of identical charge and mass". In 1913 he published the value for the electronic charge 4.774 +/- .009 x 10 (-10) e.s.u. "which would serve the world of science for a generation" " (see DSB 9/10 pp 395-396).

      [Bookseller: Kuenzig Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The Green Helmet

      Dundrum, Ireland: Cuala Press, 1910. First Edition, First Printing; One of just 400 copies originally printed, with errata slip present. In About Very Good condition. Toning and soiling to boards, rubbing with some exposure at corners and spine ends. Title label on spine chipped. Pages are clean of markings, but show the occasional age related stain. Offsetting to free end papers. Limitation page shows light creases, and there is a tiny pin hole to a few pages. A lovely copy overall. One of 400 copies originally printed.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        "Stilleben mit Magnolienzweig und Muschel" originales Ölgemälde auf Malplatte ca. 36x50cm; links unten signiert; um 1910

      . Maße im dekorativen Rahmen 46x60cm..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Niederbayern]
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        Among the Shoshones

      Salt Lake City, UT: Skelton Publishing Company, 1910. First edition. 247pp. Octavo [21.5 cm] Olive green cloth with the profile of a Shoshone in a Headdress on the front board. Title in black on the front board and again on the backstrip. Very good. Minor discoloring to boards with faint rubbing at the corners. Contemporary gift inscription on the front free endsheet. This is the second issue of the first edition with the content from pages 194-200 that appeared in the first issue removed. Later revised by Howard R. Driggs and reissued as "The White Indian Boy: The Story of Uncle Nick Among the Shosones." This work has had enduring popularity for more than a century and is still in print today. Wilson, Wyoming was named in honor of Elijah. Howes writes of this work: "Blunt, unrestrained narrative of a trapper, Indian fighter, etc., of the Rocky Mountains, from Wyoming and Montana to Idaho and Utah." Graff states: "A good narrative of Rocky Mountain trapping." Flake/Draper 9910. Graff 4702. Howes W520.

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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        The White Peacock - First Issue with 1910

      Duffield & Company, 1910. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Duffield & Company, 1910. First Edition, First Printing, First Issue with 1910 on the verso of the title page, bound integrally. The first issue is exceedingly rare, thought only to exist in a handful of copies, and rarely seen offered for sale. This copy is in Very Good condition. Sporadic foxing to pages, more notably at prelims and terminals; foxing to side edge of page block. Clean text, lightly toned pages with a few reading creases. Previous owner personal library label to front paste down, with offsetting to the front free end paper. Corners slightly pushed in, corners and spine ends show light rubbing. Spine is slightly faded, with the lettering rubbed. Light rubbing to the stamping on the front board. Cloth shows light rubbing and faint mottling. A very lovely copy overall, extremely rare.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Ansicht, "Klosterkirche an Dalmatinischer Küste".

      . Öl auf Malpappe v. Eugen Ankelen, um 1910, 19,2 x 29,6 cm ( 7,4 x 11,7 in ). Hübsche Ansicht einer Klosterkirche mit Bucht im Hntergrund. - In einer sehr gut erhaltenen Goldleiste der Zeit gerahmt: Eichenlaub Innenprofil mit zwei eingelegten Schlaggoldleisten, unterbrochen durch einen Akanthus/Perl - Stab. - Verso mit Tinte bezeichnet und gestempelt: No. 54. Dalmat. Klosterkirche EAnklam. Stempel: Adrian Brugger, Königl. Bayr. Hoflieferant, München ...! - Unten links signiert: "E Ankelen München". Eugen Ankelen ( 1858 - 1942 ) - Lit. u.a.:Vollmer, Bd.1, S.54.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Fairies I Have Met

      1910. An Enlarged Life With Dulac's Fairies[DULAC, Edmund, illustrator]. STAWELL, Mrs. Rodolph. Fairies I Have Met. Illustrated in Colour by Edmund Dulac. New York: Hodder and Stoughton, n.d. [1910]. First American edition. Octavo (7 15/16 x 5 7/8 inches; 202 x 151 mm). 117, [1, blank], [1, printer's slug], [1, blank] pp. Eight color plates printed on glossy paper with captions printed in blue.Publisher's olive-brown cloth, front cover and spine pictorially stamped in black, white and gilt. Minimal rubbing to extremities. Early ink presentation on front free-endpaper. Dedication leaf browned otherwise a near fine copy."Fairies I Have Met was reviewed in Outlook in its Literary Supplement of New Children's Books, November 9, 1907. The reviewer spoke of the book as 'charmingly illustrated in colour by Edmund Dulac.' It would be hard to disagree…With the pictures here, Dulac displays a style much more humorous and whimsical than that of his illustrations for the Bronte novels two years earlier. The subjects are painted at close range, in deep colours, creating bolder designs and showing much detail, as opposed to the distant misty room or landscape scenery of the Bronte work" (Hughey).Hughey 15b.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. ]
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        Document Signed at the foot, 3 pages large folio on a pre-printed form, completed in manuscript, June 1910.

      - A memorandum of agreement between Conrad and Edward Ward Oliver for the lease of Capel House at Warehorne in Kent for the sum of £45 payable quarterly. Conrad moved to Capel House following a bout of illness, first diagnosed as gout and then characterised as a complete breakdown in health. He found the new house much to his liking, stating I can work here. We are surrounded by woods and the soil is clay, but the house is sympathetic.Despite his slow convalescence, Conrad was able to write Chance which was serialised in the New York Herald and which brought a favourable change to Conrad's fortunes.The Conrads lived happily at Capel House until 1921.

      [Bookseller: John Wilson Manuscripts Ltd ABA ILAB]
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        The Emerald City of Oz- US 1st Edition, 1st Printing, 1st State Hardback book

      Reilly and Britton 1910 - The Emerald City of Oz- US First Edition, First Printing and First State Book. Published by Reilly and Britton in 1910. This is a very rare and collectible book. The first edition and first state status is verified by the following issue points: - Advertisement on verso of ownership leaf listing titles through to "John Dough and the Cherub" - Sixteen color plates embellished with metallic green ink as well as numerous black and white drawings - Light Blue cloth, pictorial cover label embellished with the same metallic silver and green ink and showing a number of characters traveling through the city - Pictorial end-papers in black and orange showing Dorothy and Ozma. A summary of the condition is as follows: - Book is in fair condition. The front board retains the picture of the characters traveling through the city. There is some scratching and marking to both the picture an the front board. The outside corners of the front and reverse boards are pushed, and the boards are generally worn at the edges. The spine retains the picture of the rabbit but this is slightly worn. Some loss to the top and bottom of the spine as shown in the pictures. The book has a lean and the pages are aged. - Internally, the book is complete but somewhat grubby with age. Evidence of foxing on some pages. An inscription has been written in pencil on the 'This book belongs to' page, and is dated December 25 1910. The outside edges of some of the pages have some staining- possible evidence of water damage- although this has not torn any of the pages. The title page has a small section missing at the top near the spine. Other than that, the book is complete with no loose pages or plates. The plates with metallic green ink are still very nice. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jason Hibbitt- Treasured Books UK]
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        La Fanciulla Del West

      Milan: G. Ricordi & C., 1910. 4to, (10), 1-333 pp. Portrait of Puccini at front. Original color-printed wrappers, slight wear and rubbing to extremities and backstrip. Front hinge weakened. In a cloth box. A very good copy of the scarce complete score. The cover has a color illustration (artist unknown, possibly signed EP) showing a gold rush saloon with a miner slumped on a poker table and a man and a woman (the Ã’girl of the westÓ) reaching towards each other across the table. Inscribed by Puccini: Ã’4 mars [1]910 A Lei del Lago nostro cara reginettina Lula poi digerina sedico, mando, DO [I give]Ó ("To you from our lake, little queen Lula, little director, I dedicate, I send, [I give]" In place of "I give" is the musical note "do", a pun on the Italian d˜.)

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        French Line Engravings of the late XVIII Century.

      London: Lawrence and Jellicoe Ltd. 1910. With 81 fullpage plates (offsetting from plates to the protective papers). 4to. XXV + 109 pp. + plates. Limited to 1050 numb. copies. Uncut copy bound with top edge gilt in nice full blue morocco richly dec. with gold on spine and boards and with large inner ornamental border. Binding signed Gust. Hedberg K. Hofbokbindare Stockholm. Binding weakly worn, internally nice and clean. In somewhat worn slipcase.. Copy no. 635

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosells Antikvariat]
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        Collection of hand-coloured lithographs.

      Leipzig c. -12 1910 - Six hand-coloured lithographs (37.5 x 37.5 cm), each signed and dated. Most framed and glazed. A beautiful set of lithographs coloured by hand with gouache and watercolours and highlighted with pen. The German painter and graphic artist Rauth (Leipzig 1884 - 1913 Tirol) became famous for his Art Deco-styled portraits, nudes and carnival scenes. The present work was executed just before the early death of the artist in the age of 29. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Quests of Paul Beck

      Boston: Little, Brown, 1910. First Edition. Very good or better in a very good dust jacket with some interior archival tissue mending.

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc.]
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        The People's Rights

      London: Hodder & Stoughton,, 1910. Selected from his Lancashire and other Recent Speeches. Octavo. Original pictorial "vivid orange yellow" (Cohen) wrappers printed in greyish green and black. Housed in a black cloth solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Wraps a little rubbed and soiled, some chips from the corners, a few minor edge-splits, spine a little sunned and creased, but near complete, no loss of text from the wraps, text-block typically browned, remains a very good copy. First edition, first general paper wrappers issue, first state, with index, and just a single appendix; and p. 71 - section title for "The People's Trade" - misnumbered 1. "All issues of The People's Rights are extremely scarce" (Cohen) despite a print run of 40,000, this largely due to the low quality of the materials, and the cheap and clumsy method of production, and despite the apparent catalogue of faults above, this is in fact an unusually well-preserved copy.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Works

      Philadelphia: George Barrie & Son, 1910. hardcover. very good. 35 volumes, wide 8vo, 3/4 tan crushed morocco and marbled boards, marbled endpapers, decoratively gilt spines with raised bands. Illustrated with original etchings in two states, color facsimile in each volume, tissue guards. Philadelphia: Privately printed by George Barrie & Son. Very Good. Large paper edition. One of only 250 numbered sets printed on Japan Vellum.

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store]
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        Mönch mit Bierseidel in der Hand..Ölgemälde auf Platte.

      . Bildmaß: 40 x 33 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 60 x 50 cm ). Links unten mit *Willy Hanken* signiert, undatiert ( ca. um 1910 entstanden ). Gezeigt wird ein Mönch mit einem Bierseidel in der Hand in einer Klosterzelle. Im Bildhintergrund ein Holzfass. Guter Zustand, der opulente Rahmen etwas bestoßen. ( Literatur: Rump: Hamburgisches Künstlerlexikon, Seite 174 ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

      [Bookseller: Buchhandlung & Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Konvolut Jung-Deutschlands Flotten- und Kolonial-Kalender. 8 Bände. Jahrgang 1910 - 1917.

      Würzburg, Druck und Verlag der Königl. Universitätsdruckerei G. Stürtz, 1910 - 1917.. Jeweils Original-Broschur mit farbiger Deckel- und Rückenillustration, Klein-8°, 80 Seiten, mit sehr zahlreichen Illustrationen im Text. Einband von Jg. 1914 etwas fleckig und abgegriffen, mit Stempel auf Innendeckel "Geschenk des Deutschen Flotten-Vereins Dresden", alle übrigen Hefte von sauberer und schöner bis sehr schöner Erhaltung..

      [Bookseller: Afrika- und Kolonialantiquariat Welwitsc]
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        Green Willow and Other Japanese Fairy Tales

      1910. First Trade Edition of Warwick Goble’s “Green Willow”[GOBLE, Warwick, illustrator]. JAMES, Grace. Green Willow and Other Japanese Fairy Tales. With Forty Illustrations in Colour by Warwick Goble. London: Macmillan and Co., 1910.First trade edition. Quarto (9 13/16 x 7 1/16 inches; 247 x 179 mm.). [4], viii, 280, [1], [1, blank], [2, publisher’s advertisements] pp. Forty color plates mounted on brown paper, with descriptive tissue guards.Original blue sand-grain cloth pictorially stamped on front cover and lettered in gilt on spine. Edges stained blue. Some scattered light foxing and a very slight crease on the front board, but still a near fine copy.“Warwick Goble [1862-1943] was one of the busiest and most versatile British illustrators of the Golden Age, at home with any subject that came his way, from a battle scene to a tea party. He gradually developed into a notable specialist of Japanese and Indian subjects, with a distinctive style recalling both Edmund Dulac and René Bull…Goble moved into the big time in 1909 when he became the resident gift book illustrator for the large publishing firm of Macmillan. The first of his classic de luxe volumes in the Macmillan series was The Water Babies, by Charles Kingsley…His second de luxe volume was the equally stunning Green Willow, and Other Japanese Fairy Tales (1910) by Grace James. In these 40 colour illustrations, Goble was allowed free rein with his first love, proving that he was second to none in his portrayal of Oriental subjects” (Richard Dalby, The Golden Age of Children’s Book Illustration, pp. 92-93).“Two influences on Goble’s work were his initial training as a printer specialising in chromolithography and his extensive travels through the Orient. He favoured soft, flowing watercolours with an oriental flavour which suited the atmosphere of the fairy tales and mystical settings in which he specialised. His understanding of design and the reporduction of colour is evident in his work, for example in his series of colour plates for Stories from the Pentamerone by Giambattista Basile (1911). His watercolours were also published in Gift Books and exhibited at the Royal Academy” (The Cambridge Guide to Children’s Books in English).

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        Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

      1910. First American Trade Edition [POGANY, Willy, illustrator]. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Presented by Willy Pogany. New York: Thomas Y Crowell & Co. [1910].First American trade edition. Quarto (10 7/8 x 7 1/2 in; 277 x 190 mm). 128 unnumbered pp. Twenty-four tipped-in color plates, including frontispiece, all mounted onto heavy stock card. Publisher's tan buckram over pictorial paper boards, spine decoratively tooled and lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut, pictorial endpapers. A few of the tipped-in color plates have a light crease on the lower corner and a couple of the heavy card mounts have been neatly repaired with archival tape. Otherwise this is a very fine copy in the original brown paper dust jacket decoratively printed in dark brown. Housed in a cloth slipcase.The card mounts in this edition are notoriously fragile.Willy Pogány, born in Szeged, Hungary, in 1882, studied at Budapest Technical University and in Munich and Paris. His reputation as a muralist, painter and illustrator was well established in Paris, London and Munich before arriving in the United States in 1915, at the age of thirty-three. Skilled in an unusually wide range of media, he had won gold medals at exhibitions in Budapest, Leipzig, and at the Panama Pacific International Exhibition."Among Pogány's many murals are those for the Heckscher Children's Theatre in New York City and the Niagara Falls Power Station. As a painter he did portraits of famous people in all walks of life. An expert on scenery design and lighting effects, Pogány also designed sets for ballets and operas, including "Le Coq d'Or," and for many films, such as Modern Times for Charlie Chaplin as well as animated cartoons based on his children's books."Among his other artistic endeavors Pogány was an accomplished book illustrator. It was this phase of his career, especially as an illustrator of children's books, which gives this collection special relevance for Special Collections & University Archives at the University of Oregon Libraries. Pogány designed and illustrated more than 150 books. His illustrations include those for the Rubaiyat and the Sonnets from the Portuguese, The Song Celestial, The Adventures of Odysseus, Gulliver's Travels, and many others, both classic and original."Working tirelessly right up until the end, Willy Pogány died in 1955" (University of Oregon, Guide to the Willy A. Pogány Papers 1910-1967).

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        AMONG THE SHOSHONES

      Salt Lake City: Skelton Publishing Company, [1910]., 1910. First edition. First issue. 8vo. Presentation inscription by the publisher and signed by him. The signature of the publisher is rare, as the Mormon Church must have applied a great deal of pressure on him to discontinue publication and destroy all copies in house. Original dark green decorated cloth, titles on front cover and spine stamped in black ink, 222 pp., frontis. [photograph of E. N. Wilson], preface, illustrated, portraits, plates. Graff 4702: "A good narrative of Rocky Mountain trapping. Uncle Nick crossed the plains by ox-team in 1850, and thenceforth was trapper, Indian fighter, pony express rider, ox-team freighter, overland stage driver, companion of Kit Carson, and adventurer in Utah and through all the Rocky Mountain country. The first issue was rigidly suppressed." Howes W520: "Blunt, unrestrained narrative of a trapper, Indian fighter, etc., of the Rocky Mountains, from Wyoming and Montana to Idaho and Utah. The 247 page reprint omits the account of how he lost his Mormon fiancee [given on pp. 194 to 200 of original edition]." Flake 9909: "This first edition was suppressed as critical of polygamy." Bauer Sale 515: "When the book was in sheets, [quoting Elijah N. Wilson], ready for binding, objection was made to the passage beginning on page 194. Under pressure I rewrote that part and added 25 pages to the original but had 20 copies bound as originally written. These I kept for the members of my family." Wilson was also critical of the church's handling of the Mountain Meadows massacre, and in general their handling of Indian affairs as he was sympathetic to the Indian point of view. Wilson, Wyoming was named in honor of Elijah N. Wilson. Some light professional restoration to spine ends and corners, else near fine, bright, tight copy, housed in a decorated cloth clamshell case with titles stamped in black on the spine. A rare book with the rare unexpurgated tale. GRAFF 4702. HOWES W520. FLAKE 9909. STREETER SALE 3093. EBERSTADT MODERN NARRATIVES 532. BAUER SALE 515.

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        "Im Riesengebirge" originales Aquarell auf Malkarton ca. 49x54cm; links unten signiert; um 1910

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        Gärten auf Vulcano. Original-Aquarell. Ca. 34 x 48 cm. Signiert und datiert (1960).

      . . Farbenfrohes Aquarell des Regensburger Spätexpressionisten Willi Ulfig (Breslau 1910 - Regensburg 1983), entstanden während seines Aufenthaltes auf den Liparischen Inseln. Auf der Rückseite des Passepartouts von Ulfig eigenhändig bezeichnet und mit seinem Stempel versehen. Weitere Original-Aquarelle und Original-Graphiken von Willi Ulfig auf Anfrage!

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        Wife of Maharaja Sri Teen Chandra Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana.

      c. 1910 - Very large toned silver gelatin print. Very good tonal range, pasted on card. Dimensions: 119 x 79.5 cm (sheet); 54 x 42 cm (image). This portrait belongs to one of the wives of the fifth Prime Minister of Nepal (1863–1929) from the Rana dynasty, who is known for abolishing slavery and signing the Anglo-Nepalese Treaty of Friendship, which recognised the independence of Nepal.

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        Beiträge zur Heereskunde Niedersachsens. 13 Folgen. Nummern 2/4/6/8 bis 12/14/15/17/18 und 19

      . Manuskriptdruck, ohne Ort, ca. 1910 - 1940. 373 Uniformen-, Fahnen und Ausrüstungstafeln, davon 18 Tafeln handcoloriert, kart. (Folge 2 nicht komplett/dazu 4 Tafeln aus der 3. und 16. Folge). - gute Erhaltung/Enthalten u.a. 60 Tafeln zu Braunschweig. Die Soldaten des schwartzen Herzogs: Herzogtum Braunschweig 1822 - 1908 -

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        My African Journey

      London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1910. Paperback. Very good minus. This book is from the personal collection of Churchill's bibliographer, Ronald I. Cohen. This is the 1910 vintage pulp paperback, the so-called "First Cheap Edition." My African Journey is Churchill's travelogue on Britain's possessions in East Africa, written while he was serving as Undersecretary of State for the Colonies. This book is notable, among other things, for being the only one of his many books to contain photographs apparently taken by the author. In the summer of 1907 Churchill left England for five months, making his way after working stops in southern Europe to Africa for "a tour of the east African domains." In early November, Churchill would kill a rhinoceros, the basis of the striking illustration on the front cover of the British first edition of his eventual book. By now a seasoned and financially shrewd author, Churchill arranged to profit doubly from the trip, first by serializing articles in Strand Magazine and then by publishing a book based substantially upon them. In November 1908 Hodder and Stoughton published My African Journey as a book, which was a substantial 10,000 words longer than the serialized articles. In 1910, just two years after the first edition, the publisher issued a so-called "First Cheap Edition" produced in vintage "pulp" style. The text is arranged in a 92-page, two-column format with a few pages of advertisements at either end. This handsome paperback edition features a color illustration on the front cover similar to that of the first edition, with Churchill in pith helmet with binoculars around his neck and a rifle in his hands standing beside a dead white rhinoceros. Some 20,000 copies were produced, but given the fragility of the edition, very few survive today. And those that do are usually in poor condition - befitting a cheap paperback more than a century old. This copy is an exception, far from fine but still impressively well preserved given the edition. Both covers remain attached. The illustrated front cover remains bright and clean with modest edgewear and minor loss to the lower right corner. The rear cover is a bit stained, with losses at the top and bottom edges to a maximum .5 inch depth. The spine shows a .25 inch loss at the head and 1.75 inches at the bottom. All spine lettering remains intact with the exception of the author's last name. We note no vertical creases to the spine, which, in concert with the overall condition, indicates that this copy was not read. The pulp paper contents are browned as inevitable, but show no spotting or previous ownership marks. The only loss is chipping at the lower front corner, penetrating to page 18. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A27.8, Woods/ICS A12(b), Langworth p.85

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        French Line Engravings of the late XVIII Century.

      . London: Lawrence and Jellicoe Ltd. 1910. With 81 fullpage plates (offsetting from plates to the protective papers). 4to. XXV + 109 pp. + plates. Limited to 1050 numb. copies. Uncut copy bound with top edge gilt in nice full blue morocco richly dec. with gold on spine and boards and with large inner ornamental border. Binding signed Gust. Hedberg K. Hofbokbindare Stockholm. Binding weakly worn, internally nice and clean. In somewhat worn slipcase. * Copy no. 635..

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