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        "Maria Auf Dem Berge," An Original Watercolor Painting for Sequel to Kling Klang Gloria

      221 x 310 mm, c. 1910. Superb watercolor illustration for a projected book of German Songs by one of the greatest Austrian illustration artists and pioneers in Jungendstil and decorative illustration of the Vienna Secession, Heinrich Lefler (1863-1919). The painting depicts snowbound scene near a bare tree with a woman hunched over a cradle in a bright blue cape and a man bending over in a green cape. There is an attractive ivy and berry design along all edges. This illustration has a very mystical, expressionistic quality, almost Munch-like. Matted on a larger sheet, with Windsor & Newton blindstamp at lower left. Signed (Lefler) and titled and pencil annotations in Lefler's hand at lower corners. There are crosshatch marks for proposed reproduction, and the verses depict songs suggesting this was most probably a proposed follow-up for the famed Kling Klang Gloria which included illustrations by Lefler's brother-in-law Joseph Urban. Fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books]
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        RUBÁYÁT DE OMAR KHÁYYÁM

      Paris: L'Édition d'Art H. Piazza et Cie., [1910].. Quarto. Three quarter deep red morocco and gilt marbled boards, raised bands, t.e.g., by Levitzky. Illustrated with twenty-full color plates within gilt frames and floral borders. Spine a shade darkened, with a few minor rubs, otherwise a fine copy in matching fleece-lined morocco faced slipcase (some wear to protruding head and toe pieces. First French edition in this format, illustrated with twenty fine color plates by Edmund Dulac. From a total edition of seven hundred copies, this is one of 300 copies on Japon, signed by Dulac. However, it is not numbered, as often.

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        FINE ORIGINAL CHARCOAL DRAWING, "'PARD, THERE'S THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS HERE' SAID INJUN JOE", FROM THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, signed at upper right

      n.p., ca. 1910. Published by Harper & Brothers in their edition of 1910. Image size 21 1/2 x 14 3/4 inches. Fine condition . A moment of high drama, as, observed by by Tom and Huck above, the mysterious Spaniard and Injun Joe unearth the box of treasure in the cellar of the haunted house. A SPLENDID, VIGOROUS DRAWING FOR TWAIN'S CLASSIC

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Regeneration

      Longmans, Green & Co., London,, 1910. Being an Account of the Social Work of The Salvation Army in Great Britain. Octavo. Original maroon cloth, titles to upper board in blind and to spine gilt. Housed in a quarter black morocco slipcase, titles to spine gilt. Six photographic portraits including frontispiece. Small stain to title page offset to half title, later ink ownership inscription to front pastedown, brief annotation to rear free endpaper, nonetheless a bright and very fresh copy. First Edition First Impression, Presentation Copy, with the author's signed presentation inscription facing the title page, "To Ronald Ross, from H. Rider Haggard, Ditchingham, 12 January 1911". The recipient was Haggard's friend, the Nobel laureate Sir Ronald Ross (1857–1932). Awarded the Nobel for medicine (the first Briton to be awarded one) in recognition of his groundbreaking work abroad on the prevention and containment of malaria, the Indian-born Ross spent the latter part of his career in Britain. His concerns were not merely epidemiological and Ross saw clearly that social conditions, poor housing, poverty and disease were inextricably linked, a sentiment echoed in the pages of the present book, this copy of which was presented from Haggard's home at Ditchingham in Norfolk.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Boston Common [Weekly newspaper, bound in 2 volumes]

      Good HCs, no DJs. 2 volume set. Green-brown buckram cloth over boards, gilt stamped titles on spines. Covers are scuffed with uneven fading and some spotty stains; some rubbing at spine ends and fore corners, light fraying; both volumes tightly bound; interiors are clean with slight general age darkening; all leaves are supple, not brittle; cover leaf of final issue has short closed tear at mid-cover. Issues run from Vol 1, No 1 (April 30, 1910) through Vol 3, No 37 (January 11, 1913), presumably a complete run. Liberal-reformist weekly newspaper ran 1910-1913. Initial editor was Edward H. Clement, thereafter, Livy S. Richard. 100 shareholders held 1 share each. Exec. Comm: Ralph Albertson, William E. Butler, Alexander M. Wilson, Robert Treat Paine Jr, Charles M. Cabot. Many unsigned articles on local, state and national affairs - political and social; some signed articles including writers: Mayor John F. 'Honey Fitz' Fitzgerald (JFK's grandfather and mentor), Gov. Curtis Guild, Sen. Jonathan Bourne Jr, Helen Campbell, Frank Chouteau Brown, Livingston Wright, Everett B. Mero, many others. Articles on politicians, sports, recreation, architecture, national politics, railroads, trusts, reform movements, theater, socialism, ranked voting, planning, development, education and schools, Henry Cabot Lodge, Roosevelt, law and the courts, sanitation, health laws, much more. Fairly heavily illustrated in earlier issues, less so later. Large 4to; paged by issue, approx 1100 total pp. Cf, OCLC #10741554.

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        The Sleeping Beauty and other fairy tales From the Old French

      London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1910 Quarto. (xviii), 128, (3)pp., + 30 plates. First trade edition. Illustrated with thirty tipped-in color plates protected by tissue guards and numerous black & white head- and tail-pieces, all designed by Edmund Dulac to have the feel of 18th-century France, when the fairy tales were "at the acme of [their] vogue]" (p. [xi]). Fine in publisher's gilt-decorated red-brown cloth to a design by Dulac, with very slight wear to extremities, as expected - a small amount of foxing to text block edges and end papers. All color plates are clean with no tears, with tissue guards intact. A notice of an Edmund Dulac Exhibition at Leicester Galleries, London from November19th until Christmas, 1910, is laid in. ***This is a large, heavy book so additional shipping charges may apply so please feel free to request quotes and options.

      [Bookseller: Boomerang Booksellers]
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        Japan To-Day [Today]: A Souvenir of the Anglo-Japanese Exhibition Held in London, 1910. (A Special Number of the ?Japan Financial and Economic Monthly?)

      Tokyo, The Liberal News Agency, (1910).. Quarto. Pp. (xlvi), ii, iv, 772, (2), (60) advertisements. Plus 9 plates and maps bound-in, some folding, some laid on decorative card, printed in various techniques including lithography and collotype, some coloured, some with semitransparent overlays with printed legend. Plus 2 decorated leaves bound after title-page, each protected with tissue-guard, with 4 finely printed collotype portraits of the Japanese Emperor and Empress and of the King and Queen of Great Britain. Profusely illustrated throughout with numerous photographs. Some plates are foxed due to paper quality. Hardcover, bound Japanese style in the original publisher?s full decorated silk over boards, stab sewn; ties broken, upper board detached, silk on spine and corners worn off; old signature to title-page, crease at one corner. In a very good internal condition with the original binding still evoking the original charm. - - First edition. Extremely rare. A Special Number of the "Japan Financial and Economic Monthly". Published by the Methodist Publishing House, Tokyo. The Japan?British Exhibition took place at White City, London from May to October 1910. It was the largest international exposition that the Empire of Japan had participated in to date. Negotiations and preparations took two years. The Japanese display covered 22,550 m2 with additional 20,000 m2 for two large Japanese gardens. There were some 2,271 Japanese exhibitors. Kotaro Mochizuki (1865-1927) M. P., Barrister-at-Law, President of the Liberal News Agency.

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        Annual Reports of the Board of Directors of the Indian Rights Association

      Office of the Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia 1910 - An incomplete run of annual reports from 1910 through 1932. Two volumes, compiling annual reports 1927-30, 1932, 1934-40 and 1945-50. Front pastedowns showing traces of removed bookplates; near fine in cloth with spines a bit sunned, without dustwrappers. These reports came from a group determined that "Paternalism is to give way to fraternalism" in regards to the U.S. government's relationship with Native Americans; the illustrations include a photograph of an agent with two Navajos. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Scholar Gipsy & Thyrsis

      London: Philip Lee Warner, 1910. Limited to 100 copies on Japanese Vellum, this is number 38 signed by Flint. Gilt letters to spine and gilt illustration on front panel. Marbled Endpapers. Ten (10) full colour guarded illustrations. Housed in four fold cloth wrapper inside quarter brown leather slipcase gilt. Wear to edges of slipcase. Vellum boards slightly bowed as usual. Nice copy of a rare item. . Signed By the Artist. 1st Limited Edition. Vellum. VG+/No Jacket. Illus. by W. Russell Flint. Quarto.

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        Nelson's Encyclopaedia

      [London: T. Nelson & Sons,, c.1910]. 25 volumes, sextodecimos. Publisher's purple morocco backed boards, mauve cloth to sides, titles to spine and edges gilt, marbled endpapers. All contained in a custom-made cherrywood cabinet case with two shelves and an opening glass front, the interior lined with a matching mauve cloth and the exterior with wooden inlay decorations. Numerous black and white full page and vignette illustrations in the text, with one whole volume of colour maps. Spines a touch faded with some light marks and small scratches to a few volumes, general spotting to endpapers but the leaves fresh. An extremely presentable set in excellent condtion. A lovely Encylopaedia set in 25 volumes, including a Dictionary and an Atlas volume, all contained in a very presentable cabinet case.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Twins

      London: Henry Frowde, Hodder & Stoughton [1910]. . First edition, 4to, (50) pp. Pictorial title and 24 coloured plates, a few light spots. Original cloth backed boards, further coloured illustration to upper cover, light wear to corners and a few marks to the lower cover otherwise a very good sound copy.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop]
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        Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of the State of Massachusetts

      New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1910. ex-library. Hardcover. Near Fine. 4 Volumes, 4to, 8 x 10.75, lx +2770 +30 pages, with hundreds of tipped-in plates. Cutter, the editorial supervisor of this monumental publication, was Historian of the New England Historical-Genealogical Society, Librarian Emeritus of Woburn Public Library, author of "The Cutter Family" and "History of Arlington," etc. Adams was President of the Connecticut Valley Historical Society, publisher of the Pynchon Genealogy, "Picturesque Hampden," "Picturesque Berkshire," etc. Attractive tan buckram library binding. Part of the set once belong to Weston College Library (the first volume being marked as "withdrawn"). The only evidence of having once been in a library: Tasteful rubber stamped college logo on the title pages of Volumes I and IV, with some stamped and pen marking (Dewey Decimal System call number), and date on the old FFEP of the same volume; the other two volumes carry on the inscription of a previous owner, also on the old FFEP. The suggestion being, that his previous owner (or some other) has the volumed rebound after he (or she)had assembled copies of all four volumes from at least two different sources (of course, all this is speculative). Top edge gilt; outer and lower edge marbleized.

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        50 Magic Lantern Slides of India Showing Traditional Labours and Life, Elephants, Magnificent and Elaborate Ruins, Temple, Tombs, and Mosque. Also Included Are 3 Colour Maps Showing Bombay, Nizam's Territory, and Maratha Country

      London, 1910. A spectacular set of 50 glass lantern slides, 34 of which were made by Newton and Co., London, 1910, labeled and captioned. Each glass slide measures approximately 8 x 8cm. Contained in the original pine box for extra protection. The wooden box measures approximately 11cm x 44cm x 10cm (WxHxD). Two glass slides with cracks, otherwise the lot is in very good condition, with crisp striking images. A magnificent collection of 50 photographic glass slides of India, showing views of Bombay, Hyderabad, Secunderabad, Aurangabad, Indian villages, Ellora Caves, ruins of Golkonda Fort with elaborate carvings, railways, Indian labours at work, Hindu Temple, Qutb Shahi Tombs, Musulman Mosque, Nizam's Palace, Parsi Tower of Silence, and three colour maps illustrating Bombay, Nizam's Territory, and Maratha Country. .

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        ELLA LEE; Glimpses Of Child Life. Inscribed

      London: Elkin Mathews, 1910 "When over-wrought I muse on life. / What now it gives, what now receives, / I open childhood's earliest book, / And con, refreshed, its simple leaves". Moyse, Charles E. ELLA LEE; Glimpses Of Child Life. Inscribed. London: Elkin Mathews, 1910. First Edition. Publisher's gilt-lettered dark mossy green cloth, cream coloured endpapers. 8vo., 43pp. A near fine example showing modest use with a bit of soiling to the bottom edge of the upper cover, old tide marks to the bottom edge of several page. Neatly inscribed on the ffe.: "Madame Julie [Serech] with the author's kindest regards / Montreal /Jan.18th 1911" . With twelve full page black & white illustrations by W. H. Dyer. Very uncommon. While modern reprints abound, first editions are rarely encountered. From TBCL's Children's Bookshelf.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition, Thus. Illus. by W. H. Dyer.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Forty Years Among the Wild Animals of India

      1910 - Scarce. Signed by Hicks on the title page, dated 9/7/10 and marked copy 63 (of an unspecified number). Hicks arrived in India in 1866 and later joined the Forest service. "He enjoyed considerable sport during his long career and describes his numerous hunts in great detail. He hunted tigers, buffalo, bison, pathers and antelopes as well as small game" (Czech). Hicks published a second edition the following year at Madras. Czech India, p.104.

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        Forty years among the Wild Animals of India

      Allahabad: Printed at the Pioneer Press 1910 Allahabad: Printed at the Pioneer Press, 1910. First edition. Tall 8vo. With 103 plates (of which 67 are colored), 25 sketch maps, numerous illustrations in text. vi, 667 pp., plus [3] ff. ads. Recent full green pebbled morocco, contrasting spine label. Signed by the author on title page, "No. (62) F.C. Hicks, 9-7-10"; with two later owner signatures in top margin. Fine. Czech Asia pp. 104-5 . Colossal and comprehensively illustrated record of the author's sporting life in India, with accounts of hunting tiger, panthers, buffalo, bison, antelope, and a variety of smaller game. UNCOMMON

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        MOTOR DAYS IN CATLAND WITH LOUIS WAIN

      Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd., 1910 (Circa.). Paperback. Good. Illustrated by Wain, Louis. Almost very good condition. Raphael Tuck & Sons, Ltd No. 9253. Father Tuck's "Wonderland" Series. Oblong format. Green pictorial cardwraps. Four full page colour illustrations. 10 two tone illustrations. Printed on green card. Spine repaired with green cloth. covers lightly creased. Paper of covers chipped at lower horizontal edges and also lifting a little from the boards. Joints broken but held together by the reverse of the repaired spine. Writing in pencil to the lower margin of one colour illustration. First two and last two pages lightly affected by damp. A nice copy of a very scarce Wain title. [S]

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        Dancing Dogs

      ca. 1910. Size: 653 x 505 mm Coloured mezzotint. Excellent condition. A charming engraving after the original painting attributed to George Morland, and currently in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Book of the Omar Khayyam Club 1892 - 1910. [with] The Second Book of the Omar Khayyam Club 1910 - 1929

      London:: Strangeways & Sons,. 1910 and 1931.. Limited edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Two volumes of the Omar Khayyam Club of London, both limited editions. The first is number 147 of 181 copies; the second, number 17 of 125 copies. The first volume with the bookplate of James Russell McLaren. 4to, 220pp; 181pp; ills. Quarter cream cloth with gray boards. Titles in black at off white spine labels. Covers slt rubbed at corners. Internally very bright and fresh. The volumes contain verses dedicated to Omar Khayyam or Edward FitzGerald, who made the first English translation of The Rubaiyat, attributed to Omar Khayyam (1048–1131), the Persian poet. The first volume includes homages, elegies, membership and guest lists at club dinners & is illustrated with menu cards by a variety of artists. The second volume with menus, verses by E. V. Lucas, lists of officers, members and past presidents, and guests at club dinners. The London Club was founded on October 13, 1892 by Frederic Hudson, Clement Shorter and George Whale and still exists to this day.

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        The Works of -

      Cambridge: Harvard Coþperative Society. New York: Bigelow, Smith & Company, c. 1910. One of 500 copies unsigned and unnumbered for the Harvard Co-Operative Society. 8 vols., . Bound in three quarters crimson morocco and red cloth. Fine

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        INDEX TO MY INDIAN JOURNAL.

      Privately Published., India, Calcutta or Simla 1910 - No printing details are given but evidence from the journal itself suggests that it was printed in India, probably at the Viceroy's Press in either Simla or Calcutta. This work contains a separately paginated detailed index to each of the 5 volumes of Lady Minto's Journal - in itself an extremely scarce work. Pagination 1905 & 1906 xxvi; 1907 xxix; 1908 xxxvi; 1909 xxv; 1910 xxiii. Although unfortunately separated from a set of the diaries, which were written for family members and close friends, this volume contains a cery detailed insight into the Minots' life in india after Lord Minto took over from Lord Curzon. For example in 1907 there are approaching a hundred entries under "Viceroy" including "Prince Ram Mookerjee, Letter from - proposing marriage with ----'s daughter" and "Raja of Nagha, INterview between the ----- and ----, His Highness' views on the state of the Punjab". This copy is bound in contemporary maroon full morocco gilt, the spine ruled in compartments with the Minto monogram beneath an earl's coronet in the bottom compartment, boards somewhat stained but the spine particularly bright and clean, boards springing a little, contents very clean and fresh. We have seen odd volumes in various colours and one complete set in blue which we sold to the British Library several years ago. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BATES AND HINDMARCH]
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        THE ETCHED WORKS OF WHISTLER: ILLUSTRATED BY REPRODUCTIONS OF COLLOTYPE OF THE DIFFERENT STATES OF THE PLATES (9 VOLUME SET)

      New York City: Grolier Club. Very Good+. 1910. Limited Edition. Hardcover. The works of James Abbott McNeil Whistler in 9 volumes. Limited to 402 copies which were published unbound. Bound in full, clean and supple leather. Texts tight, clean & intact. Spines have raised bands with bright gilt title in panels. Top edge gilt. Library spine numerals are barely visible. Two-toned marbled endpaper. Heavy stock pages with tipped-in plates. Reproductions of the etching in all their different states. Volume #1, 1-59; #2,, 60-103; #3, 104-144; #4, 145-175; #5, 176-193; #6, 194-206; #7, 207-222; #8, 223-335; #9, 336-442. Interior lIbrary markings consist of perforated library name in front of texts and "Released" at rear. Name of library stamped on reverse side of pages. Released in 1910. Whistler's 446 etchings and drypoints were reproduced, often in multiple states on over one thousand plates, an unheard-of achievement for the early days of photomechanical reproductions. Volume 1 & 2, each has an additional laid-in plate. A handsome set. ; Ex-Library; Etchings; Folio 13" - 23" tall .

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, CORRECTING A PRESS ARTICLE IN 'THE LADY'S PICTORIAL.'

      Ayot. St. Lawrence, or London. 11 December 1910. One full page, in ink, on oblong octavo sheet of dual address letterhead, ca. 175 words. Folded for mailing, a few marginal spots or finger smudges, otherwise very good. To Arthur Goddard, Jr., of THE LADY'S PICTORIAL: "May I suggest that you should give the writer of the enclosed cutting a friendly blowing-up. It happens that the passage I have underlined is not only not true, but precisely the opposite of the truth. My contribution to the subject, which is accessible in print to anyone who takes the trouble to verify statements before making them public, is a demonstration of the utter impossibility of the State Stud Farm proposal, and the necessity of trusting solely to Nature in marriage ...." He further cautions, "from one journalist to another - a writer so incautious and inconsiderate of his journal and his editor may make his (or her) next mistake about one of the people who live by taking actions against newspapers. You are in no danger in my case ...." He concludes by suggesting that the situation might prove an opportunity to "bring an inexperienced contributor up to the mark ... I offer you the opportunity for what it is worth. Yours faithfully G. Bernard Shaw." Shaw has captioned the letter at the top: "Private."

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        LITERARY LAPSES. Signed

      Montreal: Montreal: Gazette Printing Company Limited,, 1910 Leacock, Stephen. LITERARY LAPSES. Signed. Montreal: Gazette Printing Company Limited, 1910. First Edition of Stephen Leacock's first collection of humorous writings after Elements of Political Science (1906), Baldwin, Lafontaine, Hincks: Responsible Government (1907), Practical Political Economy (1910), Inscribed by him in the year of publication on the front free endpaper. "With the writer's compliments, April, 1910". Additionally, with an Inscribed 1928 postcard of the author's summer retreat, The Old Brewery Bay, in Orillia, with his notation, "The house that jokes built, S-L". 8vo. 125 pp. A better than very good copy in 1/4 green cloth over green paper covered boards, paper label to the spine. After the publication of Literary Lapses Stephen Leacock was recognized as the English-speaking world's most beloved humourist.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        They Young Lions Roar," Original Walter Crane Watercolor Illustration

      197 x 122 mm. Ca. 1910. Watercolor and ink, illustration with calligraphy by Walter Crane (1845-1915)for an unknown publication. Provenance, from a scrapbook owned by Edmund Evans who identified this watercolor as Crane's work.

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        American Families of Historic Lineage: Being a Genealogical, Historical and Biographical Account of Representative Families of Eminent American and Foreign Ancestry, Recognized Social Standing and Distinguished Achievements -- The Armorial Edition, complete in 3 volumes

      New York: The Americana Society. c. 1910. Hardcover. Near Fine. 3 volume set. One of 50 copies of the Armorial Edition, this one #43. Hardcovers. Large 4tos., bound in full red morocco. 5 raised bands and gilt title on spines. 2 coats of arms stamped on the front boards in gilt, blue, red and silver. Tissue-covered frontis and numerous other plates in each volume. All edges gilt; satin endpapers. Spine ends and corners show minor wear. All contents Fine. Attractive bindings. Uncommon. A complete set of the Armorial edition in slightly worse condition sold for $550 at auction in 2002. Digital images available upon request.

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        Catalogue De Luxe of the Ancient Rugs, Sculptures, Tapestries, Costly Furniture and Other Objects Belonging to the Estate of the Late Charles T. Yerkes

      New York: The American Art Association. Very Good-; 11 x 14 (36 cm) Hardback in Very Good condition. Edgewear. . Scuffs to cover.. 1910. Hardcover. Illustrated by 26 color photographic images of rugs in the collection; GWO 19. The auction catalog of the famed Yerkes collection. This is #7 of 150 numbered copies. ; 9.5; 300 pp. .

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        The Intrusion of Jimmy

      New York: W. J. Watt & Company,, 1910. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt, upper board blocked in green, yellow, and gilt with a colour paste-on depicting a woman. Colour frontispiece 1940s ownership inscription below Wodehouse's inscription on the front free endpaper. Spine tanned, spine titles dulled, lightly rubbed at extremities with some scuffs to lower board, some chipping of pigment from upper board, dampstain to edges of leaves, particularly the latter leaves. A very good copy. First edition, preceding the UK edition by six months. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Harrison Fisher with the author's compliments, P. G. Wodehouse. May 16 1910". Fisher (1877–1934) was an American illustrator known for his drawings of women, winning acclaim as the successor to Charles Dana Gibson. His work appeared regularly on the cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine from the early 1900s until his death, and because Cosmopolitan published many of Wodehouse's stories this may be how the two met.

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        The Intrusion of Jimmy, inscribed by author

      Ny: Watt. 1910. First printing. Hardcover. Good. First printing, "Published May" (1910) on copyright page. 8vo, pictorial black cloth with color onlay on front cover, 314 pp, ill. A good+ to very good copy with INSCRIPTION BY AUTHOR on flyleaf: "To Miss E. Martin with the author's compliments, P. G. Wodehouse, May 16, 1910". Nice copy, but previous owner has apparently glued the spine of the book to the text block, making for a rather stiff open. Spine a little dull, minor rubbing and loss to tips and corners. Front inner hinge shows a little strain but not cracked. Text otherwise clean.

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        The Devil's Motor

      London - Hodder and Stoughton, 1910 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A very scarce, beautifully illustrated copy of this fantasy work by Marie CorelliIllustrated throughout with tipped-in colour plates by Arthur Severn. Designed to smell of motor oil -quite successfully. Marie Corelli (1 May 1855 21 April 1924) was a British novelist. She enjoyed a period of great literary success from the publication of her first novel in 1886 until World War I. Corelli's novels sold more copies than the combined sales of popular contemporaries, including Arthur Conan Doyle, H. G. Wells, and Rudyard Kipling. Corelli expressed a passion for the artist Arthur Severn, to whom she wrote daily letters from 1906 to 1917. Severn was the son of Joseph Severn and close friend to John Ruskin. In 1910, Arthur Severn and Corelli collaborated on The Devil's Motor with Severn providing illustrations for Corelli's story. Condition: In a decorative red cloth with gilt detailing. Externally generally smart, though with some marks to the spine and some light bumping. Internally, binding strained in places. Pages have some marginal age-toning and the occasional handling mark. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS

      Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1910. Large Paper Edition." ONE OF 500 COPIES. Hardcover. Beautifully Bound, and this Set Never Read. 279 x 159 mm (11 x 6 1/4"). 10 volumes. "Large Paper Edition." ONE OF 500 COPIES. LOVELY DARK OLIVE BROWN THREE-QUARTER CRUSHED MOROCCO, HANDSOMELY GILT, marbled sides and endpapers, raised bands, spine compartments densely gilt with floral and foliate tools emanating from a large central rose, top edges gilt, other edges untrimmed, THE SET ENTIRELY UNOPENED. Vignette title pages, a map of the Lake District, and 75 PHOTOGRAVURE PLATES (with letterpress tissue guards), including one hand-colored plate at the beginning that duplicates a black and white plate elsewhere in the volume. Title page in red and black. Each volume with full-page tipped-in bookplate of Fannie May Howard. IN REMARKABLY FINE CONDITION, essentially without any wear, virtually pristine internally, and obviously used so little that the volumes open unwillingly. This is a really beautiful and almost untouched set of the works of William Wordsworth (1770-1850), who changed English poetry forever. When he (and Samuel Taylor Coleridge) published "Lyrical Ballads" in 1798-1800, he undertook the revolutionary modification of the entrenched traditional artificial verse styles in order to capture forceful sincerity and elemental human emotions. His radical purpose was nothing short of the reformation of poetry by deposing an artificial literary tradition and substituting a new poetics, more in keeping with normal contemporary speech patterns. Folk ballads, as "natural" poetry, formed his models for pieces that reveal a sense of lasting joy in nature and in experiences common to all humans. And there was considerably more to his poetic output afterwards, as he lived and wrote for another half century beyond the appearance of this landmark publication. Among other things, Wordsworth established himself as the first great English writer since Milton to produce a substantial number of notable poems in the sonnet form. Our edition of his complete poetry includes an index to titles and to first lines as well as an essay entitled "William Wordsworth" by Hamilton Wright Mabie. The publisher's note at the front says that the illustrations here are "intended to reproduce the atmosphere of Wordsworth's poetry through the medium of a remarkable series of photographs taken by Walmsley Brothers of Ambleside, England. These artists have lived all their lives in the Wordsworth country, and are enthusiastic admirers of the great poet, and it is hoped that their photographs, the product of a genuine love of Wordsworth, a wide and intimate knowledge of the Wordsworth country, and a keen artistic sense, will add materially to the reader's pleasure [as well as] afford a fitting accompaniment to the text.".

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        Official History (Naval and Military) of the Russo Japanese War

      London: His Majesty's Stationary Office, 1910. OFFICIAL HISTORY (NAVAL AND MILITARY) OF THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR. To be completed in 3 volumes. 1910-1920. Prepared by the Historical Section of the Committee of Imperial Defence. Printed for His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, by Harrison and Sons, St. Martin's Lane. 3 volumes, 2 cases of maps/plans. Volume 1, published 1910. Covers period to 24th August 1904. Collation: 566 pages, plus additional Charts and Strategical plans. Lacks 1 strategical map. Otherwise complete. Volume 2, published 1912, covers Liao-Yang, The Sha Ho, Port Arthur. Collation: 853 pages, plus additional Plans, Complete. Volume 3, published 1920. Covers San-De-Pu, Muken, the Sea of Japan. Collation: 904 pages. This volume is complete, but lacks additional Appendix Volume and case of Maps. All volumes heavily illustrated with photographs, fold-out maps and plans. Extremely rare title. British Library lacks complete copy. Books bound in blue publishers cloth. All volumes cloth showing signs of wear, some rubbing to corners, and various markings on boards. Gilt lettering to spines, some fading/markings to spines. Cases with maps/plans also bound in blue publishers cloth, with same markings/rubbed. Internally, Vol. 2, inner hinge (gutter) showing between title/frontis. Contents of all volumes and addition maps and plans are all in good clean bright condition. Overal pages, maps and plans in good condition throughout. Very rare. Books measure 18x26cm.Weight 10kg.A60. Large 8vo.

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        Rewards and Fairies

      London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd.,, 1910. Octavo. Original burgundy cloth, titles gilt to spine, front board with raised circular Ganesha device gilt, top edge gilt. With the rare dust jacket. Four full page mono plates by Frank Craig. Bookseller's ticket. Fore-edge slightly spotted, partial tanning to endpapers, rear hinge started but holding fine; a very good copy in an exceptional jacket, mildly spine-tanned with the red lettering unfaded and bright, a few minor marks and small chips to corners. First edition, first impression. The very rare jacket (this one with the correct publisher's advertisements as called for in David Alan Richards's Bibliography) is a decidedly uncommon survivor in any condition, and to find the wrapper in such good condition, bright and unfaded, is rarer still. The book is notable for containing the Poem "If", Kipling's most enduring work of verse, voted the UK's favourite poem in a BBC poll of 2005. Originally written in 1895, "If" was inspired by the actions of Dr. Leander Starr Jameson, a British Officer whose forces were massacred by the Boers in 1895, but who was portrayed as a victorious hero by the British press (it must be admitted that knowing this throws a somewhat darker aspect on the lines, "If you can keep your head when all about you / are losing theirs and blaming it on you"...). The poem is a powerful masterclass in maintaining the British stiff upper lip.

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        The Happy Family

      London: Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd. Hardcover. Good. Louis Wain. [1910] Hardback. 28x23 cm. 96 pp. 5 colour plates, black and white wood-cuts on most pages. Corners worn, top / bottom of backstrip bumped. Slight bowing of upper board. Ffep replacement with hand drawn copy of original. Occasional brown spots inside. Two of plates badly creased with some edge chips. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Merry Motorists Painting Book

      London, Paris, New York: Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd., [1910]. Paperback. Good +. Louis Wain. One of the series of Father Tuck's Painting Books, containing eight full page illustrations by Louis Wain - four different pictures with each being presented in full colour on one page and in black / white opposite for colouring in. The first black / white one has been partially coloured in [neatly]. Exceptionally rare. 20x27 cm. The rear cover presents an interesting collage of other painting book titles, including five other rare Wain titles. The card cover is split above and below the staple binding where it folds to make the spine - nothing loose and still functioning fine. Slight grubbiness to covers. Discrete booksellers lable to inside front cover.

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        Serrefesse. Parodistische Tragikomödie. Aus dem Französischen übersetzt von Theophil Marquardt.

      Leipzig, Privatdruck, 1910. - FL3612 20,5x15 cm. Brauner OriginalHalblederband mit vergoldetem Deckeltitel und ornamentaler Rvergoldung. 4 Blatt, 85 Seiten mit 25 farbigen, erotischen Illustrationen. Die Seiten 33-63 auf hellerem Papier. Gutes Exemplar mit hübschen Illustrationen aus der Bibliothek des Prager Bibliophilen Rudolf Sterz (Edler von Ponteguerra) mit rotem Ex Libris-Stempel. Hayn-Got.VI, 204. Eines von 500 Exemplaren als Privatdruck, Neudruck ausgeschlossen. Das französische Original erschien 1864 (vgl. Pia 1232 u. Gay-Lem. III, 1113). 560

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        THE TALE OF MRS. TIGGY-WINKLE

      Published by Frederick Warne & Co., 1910 (Circa.). Hardback. Very Good/Very Good. Illustrated by Potter, Beatrix. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Published by Warne in New York. Burgundy boards, white lettering to front cover and spine. Colour pictorial onlay to front cover. Beautiful colour plates. 85 pages. Corners have just the slightest hint of rubbing. Very slight loss at top of spine and small crack at lower spine. Covers have just a few very tiny faint marks, otherwise are beautifully bright and clean, having been protected by original glassine wrapper which has very small tears and creases at edges and slight loss at top of spine. A superb copy of the American edition. [S]

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        Sunset, Darling Harbor

      Sydney,: c., 1910.. Original watercolour on artist's watercolour board, 240 mm. x 530 mm.; in excellent condition, signed 'J.H. Young', dated '24.4.10' on the verso, framed. A fine watercolour of Darling Harbour, by well-regarded turn-of-the-century Sydney artist John Henry Young.This atmospheric watercolour, imbued with the pink light of early evening, shows a most attractive view of the burgeoning metropolis of Sydney seen across the waters of Darling Harbour. The domes of the newly-completed Queen Victoria Building (finished in 1898), the Town Hall and the spire of St. Andrew's Cathedral are visible on the skyline, as are a number of smoke stacks, which give a clear sense of the industrialisation of inner Sydney at the time. Pyrmont Bridge is to the right of the scene with passengers traversing it in two horse-drawn omnibuses. The watercolour provides an interesting documentary record of shipping traffic in this busy part of the harbour around the turn of the century: a tall-masted sailing ship is moored upstream of the bridge, and two small steamers and a larger twin masted paddle-steamer are moored on the far side of the harbour, downstream of the bridge. In the foreground is a small commercial steam-powered craft, with a sailor standing at the stern. Two large timber pylons are seen at the centre of the picture.John Henry Young exhibited at the Art Society of New South Wales (of which he was a committee member) from 1895 to 1910, and is known to have been still active in 1935. He is best known for his watercolours of maritime subjects both in and around Sydney Harbour, however he also painted overseas including the Mediterranean, France and Egypt.This work is signed 'J.H. Young' in the lower left hand corner. What appears to be the date '24.4.10', and the number 4, are written in pencil on the back of the watercolour board. It is reasonable to assume that this was the date of the painting or exhibition, in which it was shown, along with the number in the catalogue.This work is from the collection of the artist's grandson, at Sherbourne, in the United Kingdom.Provenance: From the collection of the artist's grandson - Sherbourne, UK. Shows signs of first mounting on back as being done in UK, with directions for 'Redwood Frame as last', dated 21.4.10, marked no. 4.

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        The Grammar of Ornament

      London: Bernard Quaritch, 1910. [Disp]. 157 pp. with 112 color plates. Hardcover bound in maroon boards, all edges gilt. Moderate shelf-wear, the corners of the binding rubbed; with some foxing to the endpapers and preliminary leaves; the plates unmarked.. Hard Cover. Very Good./No Jacket. 13.5" x 9.75".

      [Bookseller: Acorn Bookshop, Inc.]
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        Complete Works

      Boston: The Wyman-Fogg Company,, c.1910. Edited by Robert Ross. 10 volumes, octavo (204 × 139 mm). Contemporary green half morocco, titles and decoration to spines, matching cloth boards and endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Monochrome frontispieces. Minor marks to a couple of spines, an excellent set. Authorized edition. A particularly handsome set of Wilde's works.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        12 Inch Terrestrial Globe

      London: George Philip & Son [circa 1910]. () Very good. Twelve inch diameter globe on mounted on the original 8.5 inch diameter ebonized wooden base. Overall height is 18 inches. Globe is mounted to base with the original half brass meridian circle. The overall condition of the globe is very good with mild discolouration to the original varnish and one small mild abrasion to the title just effecting a single letter. A pleasing example with only mild wear. George Philips, was one of the oldest publishers in England specializing in maps and atlas's. One of the main themes of the globe is ocean travel with many of the popular routes being shown along with the mileages. Uncommon in nice condition..

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        Farbige Flächendecorationen im modernen Stil. Serie 1

      Vienna and Leipzig, Wolfrum, o date [ca. 1910]. Folio. Portfolio, containing title page and 17 (of 18) coloured plates. Original cloth and paper portfolio with title and nice Jugendstil logo of the printer.* A very rare portfolio of Art Nouveau designs by Clara Aubertz, Hans Bauer, Carl Ducke, Robert Holubez, August Patek and others. Several of these artists are from the famous Viennese school of Koloman Moser. Some plates a little age toned or foxed, binding with light shelfwear, but a very good copy.

      [Bookseller: Dieter Schierenberg bv]
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        Historia del Paraguay ... con las anotaciones correcciones latinas del P. Muriel, tradicida al castellano por le P. Pable Hernandez. (Coleccion de libros y documentos referentes a la historia de America)

      Madrid: Victoriano Suarez,, 1910-1916. *The price of this item HAS BEEN temporarily reduced until Sunday, August 4. Order now for BEST SAVINGS! 6 volumes, small octavo; library book plates markings, text browned but not fragile, the later sprinkled tan leather darkening at spines but sound and original paper sides retained, overall good+; special attention to the activities of the Jesuits. Photos available upon request.

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        HOLE AND CORNER BOOK

      1910. 1. PARKER,B. and N. THE HOLE AND CORNER BOOK verses by B. Parker. London & Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers no date ca 1910. Oblong folio (12 3/4 x 9"), pictorial boards, a Fine copy in ORIGINAL DUST WRAPPER (minor wear to dw else VG-Fine). Full page poems about baby animals of various kinds are accompanied by marvelous full page color lithographed plates plus illustrations in brown line on text pages by N[ancy] PARKER. Lots of bunnies, otters, chicks and more. A very scarce and terrific picture book, rarely found with the dust wrapper.

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        Nordischer und Volkstumlicher Zierat

      Leipzig: Stoll Verlag, 1910. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 40 cm x 40 cm colour plates (24 of them) on heavy board paper, strong art nouveau/Wiener Werkstaat and other Nordic folk ornamental influences, many plates having several examples of vivid designs per page, some plates lightly chipped and title page and #14 slightly chipped and darkened else VG bound in portfolio w/string missing, portfolio has bumped edges and rudimentary taping, no text. Illustrations usable as designs for carpets, ceramics, clothing, household effects and furniture ornamentation. The lithograph plates were struck by C. G. Roeder of Leipzig, renowned firm for this sort of artistic production. Date is a guess based on these vernacular aesthetic designs. Very rare..

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        INDIAN WARS OF NEW ENGLAND

      1910. Sylvester, Herbert Milton. INDIAN WARS OF NEW ENGLAND. Three Volumes. Boston: W.B. Clarke Company, 1910. 3 vols. 528pp., 625pp., 703pp. Half- t.page illustration Vol. 1. Blue cloth stamped in gold, teg. light damp- staining upper corner of last 14 index pages vol. 1, minor soiling and rubbing on the gilt on the upper edges of textblock. Light scattered spotting on covers. The dye on the lower portions of the spines is a little uneven with some faint tiny spots and some minor discoloration. This is noticeable but not offensive. The hinges are tight, the interior text is bright and clean; overall this is a handsome set; fine, bright and with no serious blemishes. Howes S1186

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        The textile industries : a practical guide to fibres, yarns, and fabrics in every branch of textile manufacture, including preparation of fibres, spinning, doubling, designing, weaving, bleaching, printing, dyeing and finishing [complete in 8 volumes] By William S. Murphy ; assisted by leading experts in textile technology.

      London : Gresham, 1910. 1st Edition. Physical description: 8 v. : illus., fronts. (col.), plates, fold. plan, diagrs. ; 26cm. Subjects: Textile industry -- Encyclopaedias. Textile fabrics -- Textile fibre. Textiles -- Manufacture and production. Notes: Title pages in green and black with ornamental borders. Superimposed plates: "model of ribbon loom" mounted on back cover of vol. 1. Very good copies in the original gilt-blocked, decorative cloth. Slight suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        Camera Work, Number XXXI

      New York: Camera Work, 1910. Plates all in fine condition. A near fine copy in the complete original wrappers, trimmed at the edge.. First Edition. Quarto. Unopened. Number XXXI of Camera Work with fourteen photogravures by Frank Eugene.

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        Camera Work, Number XXVI

      New York: Camera Work, 1910. Text block lightly bumped at the upper edge, else all plates all in near fine condition, in the chipped, worn, but mostly complete wrappers.. First Edition. Quarto. Number XXVI of Camera Work with six lovely photogravures by Alice Boughton.

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        An Eastern Voyage. A Journal of the Travels of Count Fritz Hochberg Through the British Empire in the East and Japan

      London / New York: J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., E.P. Dutton & Co., 1910. 2 VOLUMES: pp. viii, 351, 1 - pp. viii, 319 with half titles and 73 plates (25 coloured, 2 frontispieces incl.). Original red cloth richly gilt (top edge gilt; gilt lettering to front covers and spines; gilt-stamped coat of arms to front). Edges uncut (but opened); spine top/bottom very slightly bumped. Overall a flawless FINE SET in a flamboyant binding. * Voyage to: Australia - New Zealand - New Guinea - The Philippines - Hongkong - Macao - Canton - Singapore - Burma - Kashmir - Ladakh - Japan - returning to Europe November 1908. ** Cordier Indosinica 1477-1478, 2854. * SHIPPING (airmail): Europe 20.00 - Overseas 30.00 euros (book weights over 2 kgs.). After ordering you will be asked to accept the higher mailing. . First Trade. Decorative Cloth. AS NEW. 24x18.

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