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      Wells Gardner, Darton & Co. Ltd. 1910 - 1910. Very good condition. Large format. Card wraps. Large pictorial onlay to front cover. Colour plates, mounted on brown stiff paper. Other b/w illustrations around text. Music is by J.W. Wilson. Creasing and some wear to covers. A little light scribble to front cover. Some foxing and page browning. Some grubby margin marks. [S] [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books, PBFA]
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      S. Lattes, 1910.

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        [ZEPPELIN] Das lenkbare Luftschiff : ein aktuelles Gesellschaft-Spiel

      [Berlin : Sala, c. 1910]. Box of thick card, 410 x 310 x 35 mm, the lid with chromolithographed illustration of an airship and game title in German; containing a chromolithographed playing board, 580 x 790 mm, folding to 290 x 395 mm; 6 painted pewter playing pieces in the form of airships, each approximately 50 x 55 mm, the bases mounted into slits on lithographed card for safe storage, 210 x 150 mm; 6 numbered playing cards, each 67 x 43 mm and denoting the airship owned by each player; 2 dice, one numbered 1 to 6, the other with 6 differently coloured faces, with original gauze bag; 95 circular pieces of embossed card (play money representing coins of various denominations), with original cotton pouch; printed leaflet in Dutch (De bestuurbare Luchtballon), 4 pages folding to 200 x 90 mm; on a section of the back of the playing board a sheet from a 1970s German game has been laid down at some point, but this is not visible when the board is opened, nor when it is folded; otherwise, the game is original, complete and in fine condition. This beautiful children's game of commercial aviation in the age of the early Zeppelin airships was produced in Germany by the famous firm of Sala around 1910. It is a roll-and-move race game that features various hazards and disasters, including the most notorious one for the Zeppelins - fire. A number of different language versions, including Dutch, English, Swedish and Hungarian, are known. Rules leaflets would have been interchangeable for each edition: the Dutch rules leaflet that accompanies the present example is of the period, and was in all likelihood used by the original Dutch owner of the game, even though the box and playing board are printed in German.

      [Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books]
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        The Tale of Mrs Tittlemouse

      London: Frederick Warne & Co.,, 1910. Sextodecimo. Bound in recent green half morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, original pictorial paper covered boards, original pictorial endpapers at front. With colour illustrations by the author. The occasional minor blemish otherwise an excellent copy. First edition. The first two printings are identical.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie together with Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods.


      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Kilmeny of the Orchard

      Boston: L.C. Page & Company, 1910. Undetermined. very good. 1st Impression, 1st edition. 256 +4 page and 2pp catalogue at rearpp. Octavo. Illustrated dust jacket over publisher's tan cloth boards with titles in gilt to spine and front board, with illustrated portrait. Light shelfwear and rubbing to corners and head and tail of spine. A few small marks to front board. Light lean to spine. Untrimmed fore-edge, lower edge slightly foxed. Illustrated dust jacket with all four corners clipped. Several chips to edges of jacket with some loss to head and tail of spine, lower edge of front panel and fold of front panel flap. Small sticker removed from spine with some loss of paper. A few old tape repairs to verso of jacket, not affecting or visible on recto. Book seller's stamp to front paste down, publisher's promotional postcard laid in at front. Gift inscription dated in the year of publication on ffep. Illustrated frontis; 3 colour plates. A lovely copy; plates bright and clean. True first edition, exceptionally scarce in a mostly complete jacket. Despite a few chips to the extremities, the jacket presents beautifully with an unfaded colour portrait on the front panel . Includes a mailed publisher's promotional postcard with portrait illustration reproduced. As with Anne of Avonlea, Montgomery was displeased with Gibb's rendering of her heroine. This copy with issue point at page 239 as noted in Lechowick, wherein Kilmeny's first words "Eric, Eric, look behind you- look behind you!" have been omitted by the publisher. Also with the e corrected title of the first chapter. Rare in dust wrapper and in this condition. One of two variant colours of cloth, the other being grey blue. Lechowick p37. Russell 185. See Editions and Impressions. 1910

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books]
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        Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

      Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1910. Ten volumes. Octavos. Contemporary three-quarter brown morocco and marbled boards with elaborate gilt-decorated spines, top edges gilt. Illustrated with photogravures and hand-colored frontispieces Copy number 160 of 500 sets of the Large Paper Edition. Very slight rubbing, a fine set. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Le Pourquoi-Pas? dans L'Antarctique. Journal de la Deuxième Expédition au Pole Sud, 1908-1910, suivi des rapports scientifiques de l'état-major. Avec Préface de M. Paul Doumer.


      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Le Pourquoi-Pas? dans L'Antarctique. Journal de la Deuxià me Expà dition au Pole Sud, 1908-1910, suivi des rapports scientifiques de l'à tat-major. Avec Prà face de M. Paul Doumer.

      1910 - Paris, E. Flammarion [1910]. 4to. Original half morocco, marbled boards, spine lettered and ornately tooled in gilt, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers; pp. vii, 428; 300 illustrations from photographs, charts, maps (one double-page); hinges lightly rubbed, embrowning to half-title and last page, a few minor spots to margins here and there only, else a very good copy. First edition, later translated into English as The Voyage of the "Why not?" in the Antarctic. After his success on the Français 1903-1905, Charcot set off on the Pourquoi-Pas? and surveyed along the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, sighting Adelaide Island, Alexander Island and Peter I Island and discovering Marguerite Bay, Fallià res Coast, and Charcot Island. He produced numerous accurate charts and maps of some 1250 miles of coastline. An important reconnaissance mission which later later served Shackleton and Scott. Charcot was one of 41 men who lost their lives when the Pourquoi-Pas? sank off Iceland in 1936. Rosove 65 ('uncommon'). Spence 256. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        [Photo Album]: Garden Island, Sydney. The Base of the Royal Australian Navy. 1910-1914

      Sydney. 1910-1914. Folio. Gray and blue cloth boards with "Sunny Memories" on the front board, and 12 stiff card leaves. 125 gelatin silver images mostly approximately 3" x 4", mounted within rectangular or oval frames in the book. All photos with captions or titles on the mounts. A faint spot on the front board, but a very good or better internally clean album with bright about fine images.A very interesting photo album from the family of a high ranking Australian naval officer who resided at Garden Island, base of the Royal Australian Navy in Sydney (now a restricted area). The images include views of Garden Island: streets, the embankment with HMS Pegasus, Signal Hill on the Coronation Day, the interior of the island church, "Idol from Mallo Kollo Island" (Malakula, Vanuatu), "the tree planted by H.M. The King," "swimming bath," and others. Additionally there are a series of views depicting the Garden Island Tennis Club which is considered to be Australia's first lawn tennis court (built in 1880), showing the court itself and tennis court pavilion, group portraits of players shown during games or afterwards, posing with rackets.The album's owner or compiler (here designated as "H.C.") is in several photos, posing in naval uniform in his garden, on board HMS Encounter and on board a naval ship at the beginning of WWI (the last photo is dated November 1914). There are also portraits of (probably) his wife "Ad" and other naval officers and sailors, some designated by last names (Gosling, Baker, S.P.O. Trevin); views of their house and garden on Garden Island (the exterior, interiors of the drawing room and office, images of the front and kitchen gardens). Six interesting group portraits showing "Japanese officers at Garden Island" posing in white uniforms with "Ad" and another lady at the tennis club.Five photos depict the "Tresco" mansion -- the official residence of the Naval Officer-in-Command at Garden Island (the exterior and interiors, "swimming bath", a view of the Sydney harbor from Tresco). Three photos show the Bristol biplane in Sydney with the following commentary: "one of two sent arrived Dec. 1910, flew Perth, then Melbourne, then Sydney, c. Feb. 1911." There are also images of numerous ships in Sydney harbor (HMS Fantome, HMS Cambrian, HMS Powerful, HMS Encounter, P&O S.S. Moldavia, HMS Pioneer et al.), Sydney botanical gardens, a series of photos from a trip to the Blue Mountains (Grand Canyon, Grose Valley, Kanimbla Valley, Hydro Majestic Hotel in Medlow Bath, and others). Several photos reveal the album compiler's keenness for golf (images of the Blackheath golf links, the Royal Melbourne golf club and the Royal Sydney Gold club). Overall a very interesting illustration of the social life of Australian naval officers on Garden Island on the threshold of the First World War."Garden Island, located in Sydney Harbour to the east of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Circular Quay, has been associated with the defence of Sydney and eventually Australia, since the first fleet of convicts arrived in 1788. Garden Island is thus named because it was here that the crew of HMS Sirius of the First Fleet planted a vegetable garden in late January 1788. Garden Island has had connections with the Navy since the early days of the colony. As well as a garden, it housed a gun emplacement which guarded the passageway between Farm Cove and Pinchgut (Fort Denison) until the construction of Fort Macquarie on Bennelong Point. A similar gun pit was built on Gov. Macquarie's Point, but this was removed after Fort Macquarie was built and no trace of it remains today. In 1811 Gov. Macquarie declared Garden Island a civilian establishment and thus it stayed until 1856 when it was returned to the Royal Navy for use as a base. The base grew in a ramshackle manner with new buildings and facilities being added progressively over the next century. Today it is a restricted area and houses the Fleet Base of the Royal Australian Navy and the Garden Island Dockyard" (Garden Island/ fascinating and historically significant album. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        African Game Trails

      USA: Scribners, 1910. Copyright date is 1910, first edition, first printing. Illustrated through out by Kermit Roosevelt and Philip R. Goodwin. Brown cloth over boards with gilt lettering and design on the front and the spine. Gilt top page edges, fore edge and bottom pages edges are not cut. No Dust Jacket. No tears or bent pages, nor any writing. Shelf wear to the edges and to the head and toe of the spine are minor with very light sunning to the spine. The fly leaf page have two very short tears [3/8th of an inch] to the fore edge page from turning. Text and illustrations are bright and clean, binding is secure, a solid colletible book.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Plus/No Jacket. Illus. by Kermit Roosevelt & Philip R. Goodwin. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Collectible Memoir.

      [Bookseller: Mclin Haven]
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        Duplicate Parts for Traction Engines, Road Rollers, and Traction Wagons Catalogue

      Published in House by John Fowler & Co. Ltd., Steam Plough Works, Leeds June 1910. 1910., 1910. Publisher's original plain russet card wrap covers [soft back] secured with a cord tie. Landscape format 11'' x 15''. Contains 32 pages of text with 27 plates of exploded monochrome illustrations with detailed part numbers, and where necessary, further description. Not in the best of condition although we have had it professionally and sympathetically repaired. Old damp stain to the inside margin and with small losses of paper where the cord tie comes through the paper, repaired tears to the edges of the covers. John Fowler was an agricultural engineer and inventor who was born in Wiltshire. He worked on the mechanization of agriculture and was credited with the invention of steam driven ploughing engines. He died 4 December 1864, following a hunting accident. After his death, John Fowler & Co., was then continued by Robert Fowler and Robert Eddison. In 1886 the limited company of John Fowler & Co., (Leeds) Ltd., was formed. It merged with Marshall, Sons & Co., Ltd., of Gainsborough in 1947 to form Marshall-Fowler Ltd. Although not well known for them, Fowler also built a small number (117 has been claimed) of steam wagons. These were vertical-boilered, with an unusual single-crank cross-compound vee-twin engine. At least one was preserved, as part of the Tom Varley collection. During the Second World War, the Hunslet factory also produced Matilda, Cromwell, and Centaur tanks for the Army. Production finally ceased in early 1974. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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        Bilderbuch: Der Kampf mit dem Drachen

      - Original fairy tale with disarming naive watercolors that thoroughly illustrate the tale. N.d., circa 1910. Oblong 8vo. 19 by 28.5 cm. 11 leaves of heavy card, each with a mounted watercolor illustration on the verso, and mounted text page, in verse surrounded by Jugenstil line decorations, on the facing rectos. The watercolors all cover every inch of their boards, and this imparts a rich lushness seldom encountered in such juvenile efforts. The narrative is about a dwarf named Pumpel who lives in a mushroom hut. Because he is bored, he decides to venture out into the world on a snail-driven cart. Hungry and thirsty, he comes upon an inn run by a landlady frog Unke. At dinner, in the company of other frogs, he hears the tale of an evil dragon who has imprisoned for years a beautiful flower fairy. It is then resolved that they will set out to fight the monster and liberate the fairy. The bees sting the monster and the frogs splash water on him until he finally retreats. The princess Pumpelione wakes up, she and Pumpel are wed, and they live happily ever after. Edges and corners have wear. The binding is in a painted style prevalent around 1920. Occasional staining on text pages. - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The Works.

      London: Chapman & Hall, 1910 - 36 volumes, octavo (210 x 140 mm). Mid 20th-century tan half sheep, marbled paper sides, buff endpapers, top edge brown, bottom edge untrimmed. Bookplate to second free binder's blanks. Spines uniformly faded with occasional mottling, minor rubbing to extremities; an excellent, bright set. Frontispieces and plates by Robert Seymour, George Cruikshank, Hablot Knight Browne (Phiz), George Cattermole, John Leech and others. The Centenary Edition. An attractive and richly illustrated set.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        A collection of ten rolls of wallpaper, mainly borders, in late Jugendstil or early Art Deco "Amsterdamse School" style.

      - The Netherlands, unknown firm, ca. 1910. Various sizes. Height between 10 and 32 centimetres; five rolls, each with a length of more than 5 metres (547, 618, 621, 690 and 695 cm). Colour-printed and pouchoir, some with additional hand-colouring.= A nice, varied collection of wallpapers in different sizes and styles, some romantic, e.g. with roses, others extravagant, with multiple colourful flowers and birds, yet others with dazzling geometric patterns. A few with some creases and folds, but mostly in a good condition. All five are quite long, and all could still be applied. Seven similar, shorter rolls (21-297 cm) added, An inspirational set.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Schierenberg]
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        Mission San Juan Capistrano.

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

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Thomas Theodor Heine, Original Aquarell, signiert, Simplicissimus

      1910 - THOMAS THEODOR HEINE, Leipzig 1867 - 1948 Stockholm, "Gefangen, um 1910", Aquarell und Tusche, Links unterhalb der Darstellung signiert, Darstellung: 28 x 22 cm, Rahmen: 55 x 50 cm, Handgefertigter Rahmen, säurefreies Passepartout, Museumsglas Versand in Deutschland kostenlos, Europa Euro 50,-, Welt Euro 80,-

      [Bookseller: Michael Draheim]
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        3 eigenh. Postkarten mit U., 1 eh. Brief mit U. sowie eh. Visitkarte. Wien, 31. III. 1910, 3. I. 1913 und 28. XII. 1916.

      Zus. 7 SS. (Qu.-)8vo. An Frau und Herrn Stalzer: "Von unserem Osterurlaub krank zurückgekehrt, bin ich heute das 1. mal ausser Bett und sage Ihnen nur, dass ich mich sehr freuen werde, Sie und Ihren Gemahl bei mir zu sehen" (Wien, 31. III. 1910). Zwei weitere Schreiben sind an Herrn und Frau Stalzer adressiert, in denen Sie deren freundliche Wünsche erwidert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris]
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        The Sea Lady

      London: Methuen (1910), 1902. First Edition. Red Cloth. Fine. Ex-libris George Barr McCutcheon. 31 Pp. + 47 Pp Publisher's Catalog At Rear. First Edition Sheets And First Edition Red Cloth Binding With 1902 Date On Title Page, But With 1910 Catalog At Rear. A Philosophical Fantasy, With A Starring Mermaid. Probably Wells' Least Successful Work, Now More Appreciated. A Stunningly Fine Copy, Absolutely Bright, With A Trace Of Bumping At Edges. This Is The Copy Which Belonged To Wells Fan And Indiana Poet And Novelist George Barr Mccutcheon, With His Personalized Engraved Bookplate On The Front Pastedown. There Is Also The Attractive Bookplate Of Anne J. Smith On Ffep, With A Naked Eve Holding An Apple In Which Lies A Tiny Book. The Book Is Enclosed In A Custom Half-Leather Case, With A Cloth Sleeve ( A Matching Case With Men Like Gods Is Also Available). Nice Copies Of This Book Are Apparently Rarer Than Even His Sf Classics.

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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        [Photo Album]: Mediterranean Boat Journey and Archeological Dig

      Egypt, Turkey, Greece, Italy. 1910. Oblong folio. Black leather over paper boards with "photographs" stamped in gilt on the front cover, measuring 11" x 13". An assortment of 255 sepia toned photographs affixed to stiff black paper measuring approximately 3" x 5" to 6" x 8". A few photographs are lacking and there are tears on the spine thus very good with near fine photographs.Assembled collection of photographs chronicling the travels of a group of people around Europe and its surrounding areas before arriving at an archeological dig in Turkey during 1910 led by Princeton University professor, Howard Crosby Butler. The beginning of the album shows crew members posing about the boat, in and out of uniform, including serving girls, the chef, the captain, and various officers. They stopped at numerous Mediterranean ports beginning with Gibraltar, its famous limestone mass seen here from the boat deck. The company toured Egypt on camel back with photos of the sphinx and the great pyramids seen here as well as the ancient structures of Greece's Parthenon and the Roman Coliseum.The second half of the album documents the company aiding in an archeological dig in Turkey with Turkish locals as well as American men in fedoras or pith helmets overseeing the work and laying down rails to move equipment. One photo of a man on a rock waving his helmet above his head is almost certainly Princeton University archeologist, Howard Crosby Butler. Butler was hired by the Turkish government to aid in the find at ancient Sardis, one of the most important cities of the Persian Empire. Photos of two pillars on a hillside reveal that one of the sights is the unearthing of the Temple of Artemis which began in 1910 and was the first large scale dig at the sight. "The site of the Sardis civilization--older than the Syrian--were much deeper than previous digs. Butler was able to successfully excavate these ruins between 1910 and 1922." The photos show individual portraits of the men on the dig posing with equipment, local children and animals, and numerous shots of the dig sight. A wonderful album depicting turn of the century Mediterranean discovery. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Sämtliche Werke.In zehn Bänden.

      Insel,Leipzig 1910 - in zehn Bänden. Unter Mitwirkung von Jonas Fränkel, Ludwig Krähe, Albert Leitzmann, (ab Band 5:) Paul Neuburger und Julius Petersen herausgegeben und eingeleitet von Oskar Walzel. 10 Bände + Registerband. Leipzig, Insel 1910-1920. Sehr schöne Halblederbände im Stil des 19. Jahrhunderts mit Rückenvergoldung und goldegeprägten Rückenschildern. Sarkowski 698 VA. - Eins von 1000 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe auf reinem Hadernpapier. - Mit dem sehr seltenen, erst 1920 erschienenen Registerband, der meistens fehlt. - Schönes, sehr dekorativ gebundenes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Stammerjohann]
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        5 photographic lantern slides of Mecca and Medina (silver gelatin glass positives), taken in the years 1880 to 1889].

      Stuttgart, Lichtbilderverlag Theodor Benzinger, [ca. 1910]. - 5 glass positive lantern slides (85 × 100 mm), each with a black paper mask, paper tape around the edges, a letterpress slip at the foot giving the publisher's name and city, and a slip at the head with the manuscript title. Stored in a contemporary purpose-made wooden box with brass fittings, with the word "Mekka" on the top of the hinged lid. Five of the earliest and best photographs of Mecca and Medina, beautifully preserved as silver gelatin glass plates, including the first photograph of the Ka'ba in Mecca's Masjid al-Haram (Great Mosque). Two of the photographs were taken by the first person to photograph Mecca and Medina, the Egyptian Colonel Muhammad Sadiq Bey (1832-1902), who made them in 1880 for the Ottoman Sultan Abdülhamid II. The others were taken by the first European to photograph Mecca, Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje, and Al-Sayyid 'Abd al-Ghaffâr, who worked closely with him. Snouck Hurgronje (1857-1936), one of the greatest pioneering Dutch Arabists, converted to Islam and lived in Mecca from January to about July 1885. The photographs by these three men are best known and most frequently reproduced from the published collotype facsimiles, while the rare surviving early albumen prints are usually faded or otherwise in bad condition. The present five plates, sold as lantern slides for magic lantern presentations, are therefore of the greatest importance as well-preserved high quality specimens of these famous photographs, providing the best early images of the mosques of Mecca and Medina. - All five slides are in very good condition, with only a bit of dust and the occasional smudge on the glass. They show: 1) The Masjid al-Haram in Mecca (the Great Mosque); 2) a closer view of the Ka'ba in Mecca; 3) the portrait of an unidentified Mu'ezzin in Mecca; 4) a portrait of an unidentified East Indian pilgrim; 5) the al-Masjid an-Nabawi in Medina (the Prophet's Mosque). Cf. D. v.d. Wal, Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje (2011); J. J. Witkam, new introduction to the 2007 reprint of the 1931 English translation of Hurgronje, Mekka.

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        Early photographers of the city of St. Paul from the collection of Edward A. Bromley [cover title]

      n.p., n.d. [Saint Paul, 1910. Oblong folio, containing 100 silver print photographic postcards, each with Bromley's stamp in the right margin; printed index of the photographs "from negatives made by Whitney, Tuttle, Illingworth, Zimmerman and others" is mounted inside the upper cover; original black cloth with one of the images mounted on the front cover; spine spotted, the whole lightly rubbed; very good, sound, and complete. Images run the gamut from city scenes, architecture, Native Americans, steamboats, views of Fort Snelling, the Mississippi River, etc. Not found in OCLC (but there is a set of these photographs at Minnesota Historical). A similar album exists for Minneapolis.

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        Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

      London: Siegle, Hill & Company, 1910. First edition. Number 19 of 550 copies signed by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. Folio, bound in publisher's full vellum, front panel elaborately stamped in gilt in a peacock motif, gilt titles and a floral motif to the spine, brown gilt morocco lettering label, pictorial endleaves. With twelve full-page illustrations inserted throughout. In near fine condition. The Rubaiyat is one of the most popular poems of all time. A collection of quatrains composed in the eleventh century by Persian poet and philosopher Omar Khayyam, it was first published in English-language translation by Edward Fitzgerald in 1859. Since then, its melancholy tone and enigmatic philosophy of mourning the painful brevity of life while celebrating what pleasures we may find have made it an inspiration to countless people.

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      London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd.. Near Fine. 1910. Hardcover. Several small tears to DJ ; [110] pp. "The illustrations and decorations in this edition of Fitzgerald's translation of the 'Rubdiydit' are by Willy Pogany". Decorative boards with gilt decoration and pictorial embossed design. Spine with raised bands and gilt spine lettering. All edges gilt. Tipped in color plates. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

      [Bookseller: Complete Traveller Antiquarian Bookstore]
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        Typed Sir Wilfrid Laurier "in office" 1910 letter signed

      Ottawa, 1910. 1st Edition. No binding. 8 x 10-1/4 inches, was folded not flat. Typed Letter Signed, dated Ottawa, 9th June, 1910, on stationery of the Prime Minister's office, addressed to W. F. Alloway, Winnipeg. 6 lines on one sheet. Minor 3/8 inch open tear in black border fold long open separations, W in Wilfred signature smudged, otherwise in near fine condition. Response letter to Alloway regarding two senior Canadian Pacific Railway management executives very positive. Laurier was a major supporter of Railway expansion in Canada. In the early 1900s, Laurier's government financed a second transcontinental railway, whose construction was entrusted to Grand Trunk Pacific. Laurier would later finance a third transcontinental line built by Canadian Northern Railway, in direct competition with Grand Trunk Pacific. Laurier writes: "My dear Alloway,*- / Many thanks for your kind letter. Give my thanks to / Mr. Whyte**. I have nothing that I could ask him; Sir Thomas Shaughnessy*** has / been kindness itself and I cannot wish anything more. // Please remember me to Mrs. Alloway and believe me, / Yours very sincerely, / Wilfrid Laurier." Wilfrid Laurier (1841-1919) was Canada's eighth and first French Prime Minister, holding office 1896-1911. Laurier was born in St. Lin, Quebec. He received a law degree from McGill University in 1864, and practiced law in Montreal and Arthabaskville from 1864-1896. Laurier was elected for the first time in 1871 to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Quebec, and was re-elected in 1874, this time to the House of Commons, where he would spend the rest of his career, nearly 45 years (1874-1919) stands as a record in Canadian politics. In a 2010 poll of 1,000 Canadians, weekly news magazine Maclean's asked who Canada's greatest Prime-Minister was. More than 80% of respondents replied "Wilfrid Laurier". *William Forbes Alloway, 1852-1920, businessman, banker, politician, and philanthropist; one of the richest men in Canada; **Sir William Whyte, 1843-1914, Superintendent Central Division of the Canadian Pacific Railway; ***Thomas George Shaughnessy, 1853-1923, 1st Baron Shaughnessy, President of the Canadian Pacific Railway, 1899-1918.

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      London: The Studio, 1910. Mild age toning to the card stock, one tissue guard with archival repair. Cloth portfolio containing: String tied pamphlet printed in red and balck containing the 75 quatrains, along with 12 color plates by Abanindro Nath Tagore mounted on card stock with tissues guards printed in red with the appropriate quatrain. The ribbon tied portfolio has been recreated retaing the original cover label. The text os of Fitzgerald's first edition of 1859. Potter 75.

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      London: Blackie and Son Ltd,, 1910. Introduction by Alice Meynell. Quarto (249 × 190 mm). Bound for Asprey in recent light blue crushed morocco, twin red morocco labels to spine lettered gilt, raised bands, gilt rules to covers and turn-ins, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. With 36 full page colour plates with captioned tissue-guards and 34 black and white illustrations to text. A fine copy. First trade edition, first impression. Attractively bound, this book features Harrison's beautiful Art Nouveau style illustrations.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Poems. Introduction by Alice Meynell.

      London: Blackie and Son Ltd, 1910 - Quarto (249 × 190 mm). Bound for Asprey in recent light blue crushed morocco, twin red morocco labels to spine lettered gilt, raised bands, gilt rules to covers and turn-ins, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. A fine copy. With 36 full page colour plates with captioned tissue-guards and 34 black and white illustrations to text. First trade edition, first impression. Attractively bound, this book features Harrison's beautiful Art Nouveau style illustrations. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Die Vögel der paläarktischen Fauna. Systematische Ubersicht der in Europa, Nord-Asien und der Mittelmeerregion vorkommenden Vögel. Band I-III

      R. Friedländer und Sohn, 1910. Inbunden bok. 3 svarta klotband. Några mindre fläckar på pärmarna. Pärmarnas hörn på del I lite böjda och ett tryckmärke nertill.

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        Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der Schwedischen Zoologischen Expedition nach dem Kilimandjaro, dem Meru und den umgebenden Massaisteppen Deutsch-Ostafrikas 1905-1906. EA. 22 Abteilungen in 3 Bänden (= alles).

      Stockholm, Palmquist, 1910. - Zus. 2328 S. Mit 87 (davon 4 farbigen) Tafeln, 1 Karte und zahlr. Textabbildungen. Gr.4° (30,8 x 25 cm). Rote Maroquinbände auf 4 falschen Bünden, mit Deckelblindprägung, goldgepr. Rückentiteln, dreiseitigem Goldschnitt, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung. Min. berieben. Vorliegende Meistereinbände stammen von dem Königlichen Hofbuchbinder Gustav Hedberg (*1859), sein Zeichen findet sich jeweils auf dem vorderen Innendeckel. Yngve Sjöstedt (1866-1948), schwedischer Biologe, Professor und Kurator am Schwedischen Museum für Naturgeschichte, leitete die Expedition, die insges. 59000 Tiere aus 4300 Arten nach Europa brachte, von denen 1400 sich als neue erwiesen (vgl. Vorwort). Kainbacher 396; Nissen ZBI 3859. DE

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg]
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        REWARDS AND FAIRIES in the scarce dustwrapper

      Garden City: Doubleday , Page & Co.. Near Fine in Very Good- dust jacket. 1910. First American Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. xiv & 344 pages; Clean and tight in the publisher's green cloth binding in original dustjacket. This is the familiar Doubleday American trade binding design for titles written by the popular Rudyard Kipling, with bold lettering in gilt on the front cover and spine, and a pair of stylized images of a sailboat impressed in black -- large on the front cover and a smaller device on the spine. What is much less familiar is the presence of the rare dust jacket on this copy. This jacket consists of a thin, buff paper stock and has lettering and a pictorial device centered on the front panel printed in dark green. We share the disdain which experienced booksellers have for the use of the phrase "good for its age." This is a formula applied all too frequently by the ill-informed or lazy. In this case, the former can be forgiven to some extent, as dust jackets over one hundred years old are very rare, indeed. As luck would have it, this example is genuinely very good for any age, and deserves careful description. The front panel states the title and author, with a half-tone pictorial device at the panel's center (this is a smaller version of the final illustration, which faces p. 298 in the text). Under this pictorial device is a short description, making it clear that this volume represents the return of the popular "Puck of Pook's Hill" -- under this is the original price: "Illustrated, 1.50." The spine repeats the texts (minus the description of contents) and price from the front panel, with a smaller circular pictorial device, and with Doubleday, Page & Co.'s imprint at the foot. The front flap has a list of the 21 titles available in "The Pocket Kipling" -- ("Rich, red leather" binidings, 1.50 plus 7 cents postage, each). The rear flap has a notice of the 1910 special edition of Kipling's "Collected Poems" (with illustrations by W. Heath Robinson -- 3.50 - 10 in leather). The rear flap has ads for three "New Publications" from Doubleday, Page ["The Motor Maid" by C. N. and A. M. Williamson; "The Power and the Glory" by Grace MacGowan Cooke; and "Queen Sheba's Ring" by H. Rider Haggard]. This rare and entirely un-restored dust jacket is integral and clean, but has chipping with minor losses at the spine ends (especially at the top, where the shallow losses continue across the top edge of the front panel and top corner, but this very narrow band of loss never touches the double rules which frame the front panel); minor wear and a couple of closed tears continue at the other edges, with some minor rubbing at the hinges of the spine, particularly the rear hinge, which terminates at the bottom with a separation at the final inch and a half. The spine and the edges show minor toning. The volume itself is remarkable -- clean and crisp stamping in gilt and black, and original lustre to the ribbed cloth, and unworn tight corners and hinges. The endpapers are clean and unmarked and the hinges are tight and unworn. There is a tiny flake of white at the very bottom edge of the spine; and the original owner enclosed a newspaper clipping with the text of Kipling's poem "Tommy" which has browned, and left a small rectangle of toning to the second page of the "Contents" and the facing leaf listing the "Illustrations" -- pp. x & [xi} -- the clipping has been retained, but is now in an archival mylar sleeve. There are four full-page illustrations by Frank Craig -- (the same illustrations appear in the 1910 London edition from Macmillan). Kipling was awarded the first Nobel Prize issued to a writer of English literature in 1907. 'Rewards and Fairies' consists of a series of short stories set in historical times with a linking contemporary narrative. Dan and Una are two children, living in the Weald of Sussex in the area of Kipling's own home Bateman's. They have encountered Puck and he magically conjures up real and fictional individuals from Sussex's past to tell the children some aspect of its history and prehistory, though the episodes, in keeping with their elements of fantasy, are not always historically accurate. There is a mixture of verse throughout, notably including the first publication of the poem "If—" ["If you can keep your head when all about you / are losing theirs..."] -- This first appearance occurs at the end of "Brother Square Toes" chapter of the book -- see pp. 181-2. "If" became one of the best known and loved poems in the English language, even its author was stunned by its life following this 1910 publication. Kipling's commentary on the response to it in his 1937 autobiography: "Among the verses in 'Rewards' was one set called `If--', which escaped from the book, and for a while ran about the world. They were drawn from [ Leander Starr] Jameson's character, and contained counsels of perfection most easy to give. Once started, the mechanization of the age made them snowball themselves in a way that startled me. Schools, and places where they teach, took them for the suffering Young - which did me no good with the Young when I met them later. (`Why did you write that stuff? I've had to write it out twice as an impot.').They were printed as cards to hang up in offices and bedrooms; illuminated text-wise and anthologized to weariness. Twenty-seven of the Nations of the Earth translated them into their seven-and-twenty tongues, and printed them on every sort of fabric." (Something of Myself page 146). Competitors at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships pass under the third and fourth lines of the second stanza of the poem: “If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster / and treat those two impostors just the same” -- the quote is inscribed on the wall of the players' entrance to the Centre Court at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. There is a bittersweet note to the afterlife of "If--" Kipling's son John, to whom the text is addressed as advice, was killed in action a few years later in the first World War John Kipling had poor eyesight and had failed examinations to enlist in the British Navy and then, the Army. He was only offered a place in the "Irish Guards" as a favor to his famous father. He was last seen stumbling through the mud blindly, screaming in agony after an exploding shell ripped his face apart at the Battle of Loos in September 1915 at age 18. No remains were found until 1982 (and this identification remains the subject of controversy). "If you can fill the unforgiving minute / With sixty seconds' worth of distance run, / Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it, / And—which is more—you'll be a Man, my son!" Copies of the 1910 'Rewards and Fairies' in dust jacket are not entirely unknown. A couple of years ago, a London bookselling firm offered a copy of the British first edition (Macmillan and Co., 1910). It was quite expensive (many times our price) and is now marked as "sold" on their webpages. .

      [Bookseller: Antiquarian Book Shop]
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        Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl: Gasse in Rom (Originalzeichnung)

      1910 - Weiße und braune Kreide auf Papier 29 x 21,5 cm Rechts unten monogrammiert Provenienz: Nachlass des Künstlers [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Kunkel Fine Art]
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        Gebr. Märklin & Cie. Göppingen (Württbg.) Fabrik feiner Metallspielwaren. Nachtrags-Kataloge L 10 über Eisenbahnen und Ergänzungs-Material, Elektrische Experimentier-Apparate, Dampfmaschinen, Betriebsmodelle, Flugapparate. M 10 über Kanonen, Feuerwehr, Sommer-, Wasser- und Sandspiele, Gesellschaftsspiele, Flugapparate, Puppenservice und Hausgeräte. Fabrik-Detail-Preise.

      Göppingen ohne Jahresangabe (um 1910). - 4to (ca. 31x23,5 cm), Original-Broschur, 34 Seiten, mit einer vorgeschalteten Doppeltafel und zahlreichen Textillustrationen. Die Doppeltafel zeigt eine Eisenbahnlandschaft, die auf der Weltausstellung in Brüssel 1910 mit dem Grand Prix ausgezeichnet wurde. Der Einband leicht berieben, einige Seiten mit schwachen Knickspuren, insgesamt gut erhaltener und seltener Warenkatalog. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Mertens]
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        Kilmeny of the Orchard

      Boston: L.C. Page, 1910. First Edition. With four illustrations & cover inset in color by George Gibbs. 1 vols. 8vo. Original beige cloth, color illustration of Kilmeny inset in upper cover, spine a trifle dulled, else fine. 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.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1910 : 1910 Original Hardback Wisden

      1910. Hi, Here we have a rare 1910 Original Hardback Wisden, in Very Good Condition. The 15th Wisden Hardback. The only 2 things to note are the marks to the base of the front board and the rear board, othe than them it is a fabulous book, lettering (gilt) is bright and strong to both the front and spine. The boards are excellent other than the marks, very clean and crisp. Inside the hinges are very good, very tightly bound. Amazingly clean inside including the yellow pastedowns and photoplate. Minimal foxing. No restoration.

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        The Ring of the Niblung: A Trilogy with a Prelude by Richard Wagner. The Rhinegold: Prelude; The Valkyrie: First Day of the Trilogy; Siegfried: Second Day of the Trilogy; The Twilight of the Gods: Third Day of the Trilogy.

      London: William Heinemann, 1910-1911.. SIGNED LIMITED EDITIONS. In two volumes. Quarto, pp.[2] x, 159 [3]; pp.[2] x, 182 [4]. Copies 889 and 72 respectively of 1150 copies produced of each book, SIGNED by the artist in black ink to limitation page. With 34 high quality chromolithographic plates to vol. I, and 30 to vol. II, each including a frontispiece. Plates tipped individually onto thick brown paper interleaved with the text. In recent cream full vegetable parchment with gilt titles to spines and yellow ribbon ties. Top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Very good indeed, in an attractive recent binding. A superb example of Rackham's dramatic interpretation of Wagner's libretti, his only work for adults. London-born Arthur Rackham (1867-1939) studied drawing at evening classes at Lambeth School of Art (from 1884) for 7 years whilst working full-time in insurance. He began his career using the then new half-tone process, his fame spreading upon publication of his illustrated Grimm's Fairy Tales in 1909. In 1905 his illustrated Rip van Winkle introduced him to the US public; one year later Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens was published. Rackham was made a full member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour in 1908, and was honoured abroad, with gold medals from Milan (1906) and Barcelona (1911).

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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      , 1910. 1910. Fine. DeBenneville, James S. SAITO MUSASHI-BO BENKEI. (Tales of the Wars of the Gempei). Being the Story of the Lives and Adventures of Iyo-no-Kami Minamoto Kuro Yoshitsune and Saito Musashi-bo Benkei the Warrior Monk. Yokohama: Published by the author, 1910. First edition, in two volumes. 8vo, green cloth, stamped in gilt; vol. 1: xxvii + 391pp. + ads, vol. 2: vi + 453pp. + map. Color frontispieces and 23, 47 b&w plates, complete. A bit of yellowing to the jackets and endpapers overall fine.

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