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        Die Ritter- und Verdienst-Orden, Ehrenzeichen und Medaillen aller Souveräne und Staaten seit Beginn des XIX. Jahrhunderts,

      1910 - Wien, Braumüller k. u. k. Hof- und Universitäts-Buchhändler, 1910, Ganzleineneinband, Großformat, quer, 198 Seiten, 40 Ordenstafeln, davon 29 in Farbe, Einband leicht berieben, Titelblatt folienkschiert, Zustand 2- (T16) (T16) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 700

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        Die Ritter- und Verdienst-Orden, Ehrenzeichen und Medaillen aller Souveräne und Staaten seit Beginn des XIX. Jahrhunderts

      Wien, Braumüller . u. k. Hof- und Universitäts-Buchhändler, 1910, Ganzleineneinband, Quer Großformat, 198 Seiten, 40 Ordenstafeln, davon 29 in Farbe, Vorsatzblätter knittrig, Einband leicht fingerfleckig, Zustand 2-3 (T780) (T780)

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        Die Ritter- und Verdienst-Orden, Ehrenzeichen und Medaillen aller Souveräne und Staaten seit Beginn des XIX. Jahrhunderts,

      1910 - Wien, Braumüller . u. k. Hof- und Universitäts-Buchhändler, 1910, Ganzleineneinband, Quer Großformat, 198 Seiten, 40 Ordenstafeln, davon 29 in Farbe, Vorsatzblätter knittrig, Einband leicht fingerfleckig, Zustand 2-3 (T780) (T780) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 700

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        MR. PICKWICK Pages from The Pickwick Papers

      London Hodder & Stoughton [1910] - First edition, the Deluxe Issue Limited to 350 copies only, Signed by the Artist. Illustrated with 25 tipped-in colour plates by Frank Reynolds with opaque lettered tissue guards and a colour vignette title page. Thick 4to, beautifully bound in bright white vellum lettered in gilt on spine and cover, with gilt and black pictorial decorations on the upper cover, top edge gilt, the others untrimmed, effectively a large paper copy. Still housed in the original and now rare publisher's slipcase. xv, 174 pp. A fine and especially bright copy with just the slightest evidence of use, one tie lacking. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED AND VERY HANDSOMELY BOUND IN FULL WHITE VELLUM GILT. This fine gift edition of MR PICKWICK, is handsomely illustrated with Frank Reynolds’ magnificent illustrations. On these colourful and energetic pages, the exploits and antics of Pickwick, Tupman, Winkle, and Snodgrass come to life. For Dickens lovers, PICKWICK is often the favorite, filled as it is with delightful humor and adventure. And surely, this illustrated edition will provide endless visual delight to its readers as they encounter the four members of the Corresponding Society of the Pickwick Club in their many amusing escapades. Frank Reynolds was an important illustrator of the period, Art Editor of Punch and a member of the Royal Institute. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Photo Album]: New England Vacations 1910-1925

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

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        The Ring of the Niblung. A Trilogy with a Prelude by Richard Wagner. Translated into English by Margaret Armour. (Set of two volumes)

      William Heinemann and Co., London 1910 - Siegfried & the Twilight of the Gods" and "The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie", First Limited Signed Editions, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, signed by the illustrator under numeration (each volume limited to 1150 copies). An impressive set of two volumes, preciously bound. Full gilt vellum with silk ties, TEG, other edges untrimmed. Stunning 20th century bindings in near fine condition, slightly age yellowed. A very handsome set. Each volume with some slight offsetting from brown plate mounts, occasional slight spotting consistent with age, but otherwise both works, the textblock and tissues very bright, clean and unmarked, flawless lithographs. There are 64 full colour lithograph plates in all, inclusive of a frontis in each volume, all accounted for an all in perfect condition. No POS or bookplates. A very handsome, gift worthy set of one of the best known illustrated works of the Art Nouveau Era. Please enquire. Secure postage worldwide. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Constitution and Finance of English, Scottish and Irish Joint-Stock Companies to 1720.

      Cambridge: University Press, 1910-12 - 3 volumes, large octavo. Original black buckram, spines lettered in gilt, top edges gilt. With the University Court of the University of St. Andrews compliments slip laid-in to vol. I. "and of the author" added in ink below printed text. Vol. I neatly rebacked preserving the original spine, minor rubbing to extremities, spines a little faded, endpapers lightly tannedand with bookplates removed; a very good set. Ownership inscription of economist Earl J. Hamilton to front free endpapers, with his note recording the gift to front pastedowns of vols II and III: "Presented to me by the author & the University Court St Andrews, Apr. (Sept.)1911". Engraved map of the Somers islands to vol. II, large folding chart showing the maximum daily fluctuations of the Stocks of the South Sea Company, the East India Company and the Bank of England from May to September 1720 in pocket at end of vol. III. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, with the University Court of the University of St Andrews compliments slip laid-in to vol. I, and "and of the author" added in ink below printed text, and with the ownership inscriptions of economist Earl J. Hamilton to the front free endpapers, with his note recording the gift to the front pastedowns of vols. II and III: "Presented to me by the author & the University Court St Andrews, Apr. (Sept.) 1911". Earl Jefferson Hamilton was a major historian of Spanish economics and of John Law in particular; "his combination of economic and historical erudition is a model of cliometrics" (New Palgrave II, p. 588). This is Scott's best known and definitive work on British joint-stock companies. In the first volume he outlines the beginnings and the development of the joint-stock system until 1720; the second and third volumes present a detailed comparison of the accounts of the chief companies and the social, economic, foreign, and ethical factors which influenced their growth. Scott was the Adam Smith Professor of Political Economy at Glasgow University from 1915 until his death in 1940. He was an expert on the life and works of Smith, and his edition of Wealth of Nations was published in 1921. Scott served on a variety of government and editorial committees as an advisor on economics, and he was the President of both the Royal Philosophical Society and the Royal Economic Society during his lifetime. See The New Palgrave II and IV. [Attributes: First Edition]

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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.

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        CAMERA ADVENTURES IN THE AFRICAN WILDS; Being an Account of a Four Month's Expedition in British East Africa, for the Purpose of Securing Photographs from Life of the Game

      London William Heinemann 1910 - First edition. Illustrated with a vast profusion of photographs and maps. 4to, publisher’s original full red cloth, gilt lettered on the spine, the upper cover gilt lettered and with a gilt pictorial vignette of a rhinoceros meandering through tall grass. In the rare original dustjacket. xviii, 231 pp. A fine copy in the very rare 1910 dustjacket, clean and unusually well preserved. There is some slight foxing to endpapers as would be typical. RARE FIRST EDITION IN THE ORIGINAL DUSTJACKET. Dugmore was one of the first African travelers to pursue photography in lieu of hunting with the gun. He found the study of animals through the lens to be far more useful and interesting than over the barrel of a gun. He felt that photographic hunting was not only a keen sport bu t in itself, provided the greatest possible opportunity for studying the life of wild animals, without closed seasons. The animal pictures throughout the book are direct photographic reproductions of the original photographs. There has been no retouching or faking of any description, and the great number of photographs were achieved mainly in the wilds of Kenya at the turn of the century. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Art of this Century. Objects - Drawings - Photographs - Paintings - Sculpture - Collages 1910 to 1942. Edited by Peggy Guggenheim

      156 S. mit sehr zahlreichen schwarz/weiss Abbildungen. 4 Farbig bedruckter Originalleinenband (nach einer Zeichnung von Max Ernst). Erste und einzige Ausgabe. Eins 2500 Exemplaren. "The purpose of this book is to serve as a catalogue to the permanent collection exhibited at ART OF THIS CENTURY. As most things change unexpectedly during the course of their development this catalogue has, to my great surprise, become an anthology of non-realistic art covering the period of 1910 to 1942. Its limitations are due to the fact that it contains only reproductions of paintings and sculpture owned by me. I do hope that the next edition will be more complete and that I shall be able to acquire several other important works that represent phases of the evolution of this art." (Peggy Guggenheim, S. 9) Beide Kapitale leicht rasiert, sonst gutes Exemplar.

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        Jude mit einem Glase Wein" originales Ölgemälde auf Holzpatte ca.12,5x9cm; oben links signiert "A.Priechenfried" um 1910 [Maße im farblich abgestimmten Rahmen 19,5x17cm.]

      - "Jew with a glass of wine" original oil painting on wooden panel approx.12,5x9cm; upper left signed "A.Priechenfried" about 1910 [Dimensions of the colour matched wooden frame 19,5x17cm.] [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Wonderland Postage-Stamp Case, complete with slipcase, Eight or Nine Wise-Words About Letter-Writing, all twelve unused stamps, and original outside envelope

      Oxford: Emberlin and Son, 1910. Unbound. Very good. The stamp-case, slipcase, Letter-Writing booklet, stamps, and outside envelope are all in exceptionally nice shape. The definitive guide for dating Wonderland Postage-Stamp Cases is not Williams; it is "The Wonderful Case of Alice," by Geral Davis in Stamp Collecting, June 12, 1980. In his study, Davis identified multiple printing dates for each component of the package. In this example, the Roman numeral date (1889) on the stamp case is not in sans-serif. The "W" in "Wonderland" on the front cover of the slip-case looks like "two Linked 'V's." The advertisements in Letter-Writing are found on pages 36-39 and include "Feeding the Mind; the rear cover is blank. The second line of the paragraph on the outer envelope ends with the word "Pictorial," and the pricing is for one to four copies, eight copies, 15 copies, and every subsequent 15 copies. The twelve unused postage stamps (from 1/2d through 1s) are all from the King Edward VII series which was issued between 1902-1911. Carroll wrote, "'Necessity is the mother of invention'; and it was the constant worry of never having ready to hand, when one wanted it, a postage stamp of the right value for a letter or parcel, which drove me to invent my 'Wonderland Postage-Stamp Case' which contains twelve pockets, marked for stamps of various values and two coloured Pictorial Surprises from 'Alice in Wonderland.' It is accompanied with a small book Eight or Nine Wise Words About Letter Writing." The surprises that Carroll alluded to are related to the images on the stamp case and slip case. The slip case front cover shows Alice holding the Duchess's screaming baby, and the rear cover shows the Cheshire Cat. When the stamp case is withdrawn, the baby has turned into a pig, and only the cat's grin is visible. The stamp case first went on sale in 1890, and the image of the Duchess's Baby first appeared in 1890 in The Nursery Alice, so it would seem that Carroll intended for the stamp case to help promote his new book. While individual components of this set regularly appear at auctions, complete sets with all components are far less frequently encountered, especially in condition as nice as this grouping. Additionally, sets with all twelve unused, correct postage stamps (which have a Scott Catalogue value over $500) are almost never found. As of 2017, no complete sets with stamps are for sale in the trade, and OCLC shows none in institutional collections. The Rare Book Hub shows only one auction result in the past 88 years for a complete set with stamps, and it was exactly like this example (perhaps it was the same one); it sold for $750 in 2015.

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        KAK MICHI KOTA KHORONILI [How the Mice Buried the Cat].

      Moscow. 1910. [12] pages, the first and last pastedowns to the wrappers. 30.5 x 23 cm. First edition. Spine rubbed; some occasional marking to margins; else a very good copy of a very scarce title.Gueorgui Ivanovitch Narbout [1886-1920] was a disciple of Ivan Bilibine. It is thought that he illustrated as many as 17 books. See Leveque et Plantureux, Dictionnaire Des Illustrateurs de Livres D'enfants Russes.

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        The North Pole (Edition de Luxe)

      Edition de Luxe in a limited edition of 500, this one numbered 116, signed by Peary and Robert Bartlett (Captain of the SS Roosevelt), 326pp, teg, remainder uncut, frontispiece (of Peary) and 3 other full page photogravure plates, 112 tipped in plates, fold out map, vellum gilt boards. The contents are in reasonably good order with spotting, marks and foxing throughout. All the plates are as called for, the map is loosely inserted and is a replacement from the smaller cloth bound edition. The frontispiece tissue guard is missing. The boards are distressed - the upper board is spotted, worn and very loose, the spine is missing (although the spine covering is partially present, albeit in poor condition) and the back board is detached and lacking its vellum. The ties are missing. A restoration project! Peary and his 5 man team claimed to have reached the North Pole on 6 April 1909, although whether he actually reached the North Pole has been disputed.

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        Marching soldiers.

      Marching soldiers: at the center a soldier with a huge flag and a couple with musical instruments. Signed on the bottom right: 'Ioa Theodor de Bry', From the collection M. Paulme (Lugt 1910) and R. Ph. Goldschmidt (1840-1914) (Lugt 2926)."Engraving on paper with margins; platemark: 47 x 286 mm; total: 54 x 292 mm; only state Hollstein 26, Wurzbach 20; OMP (Old Masters Prints Black Folders) Br-Bz (4)"

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        HUT ISCH WIDER FASENACHT, WO-N-IS D'MUETTER CHUECHLI BACHT

      WENGER, LISA. GERMAN. (SWISS) HUT ISCH WIDER FASENACHT, WO-N-IS D'MUETTER CHUECHLI BACHT von Lisa Wenger. Bern (Switzerland): Francke, no date, circa 1910. Narrow oblong 4to, (12 x 4"), cloth backed pictorial boards, near Fine. An absolutely stunning picture book with minimal text, this features 15 richly colored full page illustrations (printed on rectos only) - very stylized and artistically done. See Bilderwelt #479 for companion book to this.

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        "Peculiar elongated and sickle-shaped red blood corpuscles in a case of severe anemia"; In: Transactions of the Association of American Physicians. Vol. XXV

      Philadelphia: Printed for the Association, 1910. First edition. Bookplate on pastedown, unobtrusive library markings on verso of title, fore-edges and pastedowns, a clean, tight copy/From the Collection of Allan B. Kirsner, M.D. Thick 8vo. Herrick's paper appears on pp. 553-611. Entire volume: 666 pp. Plates, illustrations in text. Original cloth, gilt-lettered on spine. The original case report by Herrick that identifies the sickle-cell type of anemia. The abnormal characteristics of the red blood cells, which later lent their name to the condition, was first described by Ernest E. Irons (1877-1959), intern to the Chicago cardiologist and professor of medicine James B. Herrick, in 1910. Garrison-Morton-Norman 3133.

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        SCIENCE IN MODERN LIFE A Survey of Scientific Development, discovery and Invention and Their Relations to Human Progress and Industry

      London: Gresham Publishing Company, 1910 ART DECO front cover and spine design is by noted British graphic designer, Talwyn Morris, with his "signature" mark on the front cover of each volume. Six volumes, complete. Aside from some endpaper spotting, very fresh and clean, and the cover designs are in VERY NICE CONDITION (not ex-library!!!).An unusually fine copy of this six-volume set covering astronomy, climate, physics, chemistry, electricity, botany and other biological sciences, agriculture, physiology, medisine, anthropology, engineering, and much more. Profusely illustrated with black & white and color images (some folding). A wealthy of information on the state of pure and practical sciences at the turn of the 19th, and into the beginning of the 20th centuries. Very HANDSOME SET with startlingly clear gilt design. Postage extra because of weight.

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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. .

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        Les Diaboliques. Compositions et gravure originale de Lobel-Riche.

      P., Librairie de la Collection des Dix, A. Romagnol, éditeur, 1910, 1 fort vol; in-4° (306 x 215) broché sous couverture blanc cassé rempliée, imprimée en rouge et noir, de (2) ff. bl. - X - 323 pp. - (2) ff. (table et achevé d'imprimer). Dos habilement recollé par un restaurateur professionnel, Léger transfert des illustrations sur les pages en regard, très bel exemplaire. - 38 superbes compositions sagement licencieuses de Lobel-Riche imprimées en taille douce par A. Porcabeuf. (Portrait en frontispice, 20 hors-textes, 10 très grands en-têtes et 7 grands culs-de-lampe). Tiré à 300 exemplaires, 1 des 120 sur Japon ou vélin, (ici vélin filigrané au nom de l'éditeur), contenant une triple suite de toutes les illustrations - 1 avec remarques, en couleurs - 1 avec remarques, en noir, état terminé ( ces deux états sont brochés à la suite de l'ouvrage) - 1 avant lettre pour les hors-textes et avec lettre pour les en-têtes et culs-de-lampe (N°119), troisième tirage après 8 ex. renfermant tous les états signés et 22 Japon avec suite sur parchemin et avant 150 ex. avec 1 seul état. Il est joint à notre exemplaire, dans une chemise à part titrée, une suite de 3 planches inutilisées non mises dans le commerce, elles aussi dans les 3 états décrits ci-dessus. Une des grandes réussites de l'artiste.Réf. biblio. : Carteret, IV-57 : "Livre très coté et recherché à juste titre, avec les états des gravures contenant des remarques importantes". [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Futurism : an archive

      A collection of key manifestos and other ephemeral publications from Futurism's most vital period, 1910-1913.   The Italian poet Marinetti published his Manifesto del Futurismo in 1909. Above all, his philosophy called for a rejection of the past and a celebration of change; Futurism was the promoter of urban modernity and the power of the machine, as well as the champion of anarchy and violence. Although Paris quickly became the physical centre of Futurist artistic activity, "Poesia" - the magazine which Marinetti had founded in Milan in 1905 - was the real nexus of Futurism and served as Marinetti's Futurist propaganda machine (the magazine even described itself as the "Moteur du Futurisme", or the "Engine of Futurism"). It was in Milan that most Futurist literature, including manifestos, notices and invitations to Futurist events in Italy and France, was printed and then disseminated, via the Italian postal service, across Europe. An interesting aspect of the present archive is that it includes two Futurist broadsides in their original "Poesia" postal envelopes, both addressed to the young Parisian poet Gaston Picard (1892-1962), co-editor of the short-lived magazine for experimental writing L'œil de veau (The Calf's eye), of which only four numbers were published in 1912. The archive is comprised of the following: Manifeste des Peintres Futuristes. Milano : "Poesia", 1910. Quarto, pp. 4, light central crease. One of the foundation manifestos of the Futurist movement, authored by the Italian artists Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carrà and Luigi Russolo (all based in Milan), and Giacomo Balla and Gino Severini (who had both moved to Paris from Rome in 1906). These artists were all strongly influenced by Symbolism. The manifesto, principally edited by Boccioni, was issued as a broadsheet on 11 April and was subsequently published in Cœmedia on 18 May. One of its declarations is that "... notre art est ivre de spontanéité et de puissance" ("... our art is drunk on spontaneity and power"). Les poètes et les peintres futuristes livrent bataille dans les grands théâtres italiens. Milano : Poligrafia italiana, [1910]. Quarto, pp. 4, light central crease. Circulated letter, edited by Marinetti, addressed to the press by the editors of "Poesia", containing information about the recent "happenings" organised by the Futurists in Trieste, Milan and Turin and the reactions they have provoked. Discours futuriste aux Vénitiens. Milano : "Poesia", [1910]. Quarto, pp. 4, light central crease. Manifesto by Marinetti which forms part of his continuing polemic against Venice, a city he regarded as chained to the past and blind to the future. It also foreshadows his affinities with Mussolini's Fascism: "... we prepare a great, strong, industrial, commercial, and military Venice that must defy Austrian insolence on the Adriatic, our great Italian lake." The Futurists used the term "passatism" to describe the adherence to and privileging of outmoded principles by other artists and thinkers. For Marinetti, the city of Venice was the embodiment of passatism in the geopolitical realm. Venise futuriste. Milano : F. T. Marinetti, [1910]. Printed broadside, 438 mm tall, folded as issued, pristine condition; in original orange printed envelope of Marinetti's "Poesia" magazine, sent from Milan and addressed to M. Gaston Picard, 11 Bd. St. Michel, Paris. Manifesto repudiating the classical art of Venice and announcing the arrival of the Futurists. Mafarka le Futuriste glorifié par Rachilde dans le Mercure de France. Milano : Poligrafia italiana, 1910. Printed broadside, 420 mm tall; folded as issued, fine condition; in original orange printed envelope of Marinetti's "Poesia" magazine, sent from Milan and addressed to M. Gaston Picard, 11 Bd. St. Michel, Paris (address crossed out and re-addressed to Ille-et-Vilaine). Reproduction of an article on Marinetti's chaotic, violent novel Mafarka le Futuriste, published in the Mercure de France on 1 July 1910, in which Rachilde (the pen name of the decadent Symbolist Marguerite Vallette-Eymery) wrote: "... toqués pour toqués, je préfère ceux qui m'amusent à ceux qui me rasent." Mafarka le Futuriste devant les Juges. Milano : Poligrafia italiana, [1910]. Quarto, pp. 4, light central crease. An announcement circulated by the editors of "Poesia", intended for publication in the press by sympathetic French colleagues, regarding the charges of obscenity against Marinetti which had arisen from the (subsequently suppressed) Italian translation of Mafarka le Futuriste. ... Grande Exposition du peintre futuriste Umberto Boccioni. Milano : Poligrafia italiana, [1910]. Printed broadside, 290 mm tall, folded as issued, fine condition. Exhibition flyer announcing an exhibition of works by Umberto Boccioni to be exhibited in Venice following its successful showing in Milan. Les peintres futuristes Italiens. Boccioni, Carrà, Russolo, Balla, Severini. Exposition du lundi 5 au samedi 24 fevrier 1912. Paris : Mm. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie, 1912. Duodecimo, printed orange wrappers, pp. [ii]; 32; [2]; pristine condition. Illustrated catalogue, which includes the text of Manifeste des Peintres Futuristes (1910). Galerie la Boëtie, Paris. Première exposition de sculpture futuriste du peintre et sculpteur futuriste Boccioni. Du 20 juin au 16 juillet 1913. Milano : A. Taveggia, 1913. Folding card, 120 x 145 mm (folded), printed in blue on apricot; pristine condition. The card is an invitation and "carte permanente" for the first exhibition of sculptures by significant Futurist artist Umberto Boccioni. It also advertises two "Conférences Contradictoires" to take place at Galerie la Boëtie, the first on 22 June by the poet Marinetti on the topic "l'imagination sans fils et les mots en liberté", and the second on 27 June by Boccioni on Futurist sculpture. L'art des bruits. Manifeste futuriste. Milano : Direction du Mouvement futuriste, 1913. Quarto, pp. 4, light central crease, short edge tears. Also known as L'arte dei rumori (The Art of Noise), this famous manifesto by Luigi Russolo is considered one of the most important documents in the history of music in the twentieth century (just ask Paul Morley). The influence of Russolo's Musique bruitiste was more far-reaching than that of any other branch of Futurism, perhaps because a painting in a frame is not as well suited to the expression of anarchy and violence in the same visceral way that sound is. It liberated musicians from the constraints of traditional styles, forms and instrumentation, and its concept is fundamental to the aesthetic of improvisation, Musique concrète, and electronic music. Premier concert de bruiteurs futuristes. Milano : A. Taveggia, S. Margherita, [1913]. Printed broadside, 390 mm tall, folded as issued, fine condition. Review of the first concert of Musique bruitiste. Featuring Futurist noise instruments, it took place in the Teatro Storchi, Modena, on 2 June 1913, under the direction of Luigi Russolo himself. Gelatin silver print photograph of Marinetti in Italian military uniform, probably taken soon after his enlistment in mid 1915; 140 x 60 mm (sheet 180 x 120 mm); although the print is a cropped version of a larger photograph, it is contemporary with the original.

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        Le Miroir des Heures - 1906-1910.

      Paris, Mercure de France 1910 (1911) - ÉDITION ORIGINALE tirée sur grand papier à 91 exemplaires. Celui-ci (N°81) un des 69 sur papier de Hollande. Exemplaire enrichi de 2 Lettres Autographes Signées de l'auteur. Une datée de mars 1898, adressée à Henry Houssaye recommandant le romancier et auteur dramatique Édouard Dujardin auprès de la Société des Gens de Lettres (avec son enveloppe). La seconde datée de juin 1919 pour la Minerve Française "Je serais très heureux de collaborer à la Minerve Française dont j'ai reçu le premier et fort intéressant numéro.". Paris, Mercure de France - 1910 (page de titre) - 1911 (couverture édition) - 239 pages. Contrôlé. Très belle reliure demi-maroquin rouge à coins signée Blanchetière. Dos à nerfs avec titres, auteur et date en pied dorés. Tête dorée sur témoins, non rogné. Couverture jaune et dos conservés. Parfait état. Format in-8°(20x13). Henri de Régnier, né à Honfleur le 28 décembre 1864 et mort à Paris le 23 mai 1936, est un écrivain et poète français, proche du symbolisme. Dès son premier recueil, Poèmes anciens et romanesques, il acquit la notoriété. Ses nombreux volumes de poésie : Tel qu'en songe, Aréthuse, Les Jeux rustiques et divins, Les Médailles d'argile, La Cité des eaux, La Sandale ailée, Le Miroir des heures demeurent fidèles à l'idéal classique avec toujours plus de liberté dans la forme, entre Verlaine et Valéry, à la rencontre entre le Parnasse et le Symbolisme. Sa poésie révèle l'influence de Jean Moréas, Gustave Kahn et Stéphane Mallarmé, et surtout celle de son beau-père, José-Maria de Heredia. 1ère Edition Dédicacé par l'auteur [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Geldsorten aller lander. Sammlung von Munzkarten mit Darstellung der Munzen in naturlichen grosse und Farbe gepragt. Grosse Serie= 50 Karten. Walter Erhard Verlag, Wildberg, [ca. 1910?]. Komplet.

      50 kaarten (9x14 cm.) met bedrukt omslag. Goed exemplaar. Op het omslag aantal van 50 met pen veranderd, plaats van uitgave d.m.v. een stempel.

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        Widmungsexemplare . Konvolut von 12 Werken mit tlw. mehrzeiligen Widmungen für Herbert Reiche (1894 - 1970, Schriftsteller, Theaterkritiker u. Verlagsdirektor).

      1910 - 1910 - 1939. OBrosch. u. OPp. in neuem Karton m. DSchild. Angeschmutzt u. tlw. stärke Gebr.-spuern. Vorhanden: 1). Anna Walewska. Leipzig, Rowohlt,1910. 2). Der Morgen nach Kunersdorf. 1914. Erste Ausg. 3). Die Nachtseite. Berlin,Gurlitt,1918. Erste Ausg. 4). Der Irrgarten. Berlin 1918. Erste Ausg. 5).Kleinselige Zeiten oder in Duodezien. Berlin 1918. 6). Die Insel. Berlin, Gurlitt, 1918. Eins v. 600 Ex. Erste Ausg. 7). Der Bankrott Europas. Berlin 1919. M. DIllustr.v. P.Scheurich. 8). Die Welt ist krank. München 1920. Erste Ausg. 9). Der Übergang. München 1920. Erste Ausg. 10).Der rote Mond. Stuttgart 1925. Erste Ausg. 11). Selbstbildnisse. Priv.- Druck in 1000 Ex. 12). Der Tod d. Homer. Privatdruck 1939. 2 x vorhanden. - Dazu: Eulenberg,H.Mein Leben. Erste Ausg. - zu H.Reiche s. Kosch 2185 Angeschmutzt u. tlw. stärke Gebr.-spuern. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        OPERE. TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO.

      Bari, Laterza, 1910-1976. In-8 p. Offriamo tutto il pubblicato della celebre collana Laterza delle “Opere di Benedetto Croce", sia con la mitica brossura color salmone (per un totale di 55 volumi) che rilegati (per complessivi 20 volumi in 21 tomi) <br> L'opera e' cosi' composta: <br> Filosofia dello spirito, 4 voll. <br> I Estetica come scienza dell'espressione e linguistica generale <br> II Logica come scienza del concetto puro <br> III Filosofia della pratica. Economia ed etica <br> IV Teoria e storia della storiografia <br> Saggi filosofici, 14 voll.: bross. <br> I Problemi di estetica <br> II La filosofia di Gianbattista Vico <br> III Saggio sullo Hegel <br> IV Materialismo storico ed economia marxistica <br> V Nuovi saggi di estetica <br> VI Etica e politica <br> VII Ultimi saggi <br> VIII La poesia. introduzione alla critica.. <br> IX La storia come pensiero e come azione <br> X Il carattere della filosofia moderna <br> XI Discorsi di varia filosofia. I vol. <br> XII Discorsi di varia filosofia. II vol. <br> XIII Filosofia e storiografia <br> XIV Indagini su Hegel e schiarimenti filosofici <br> Scritti di storia letteraria e politica, 44 voll. in 45 tomi: <br> I Saggi sulla letteratura italiana del Seicento <br> II La rivoluzione napoletana del 1799. Biografie, racconti e ricerche <br> III La letteratura della nuova italia vol I <br> IV La letteratura della nuova italia vol II <br> V La letteratura della nuova italia vol III <br> VI La letteratura della nuova italia vol IV <br> VII I teatri di napoli dal Rinascimento .. <br> VIII La Spagna nella vita italiana durante al rivoluzione <br> IX Conversazioni critiche I <br> X Conversazioni critiche II <br> XI Storie e leggende napoletane <br> XII Goethe. Con una scelta delle liriche nuovamente tradotte (due voll.) <br> XIII Una famiglia di patrioti ed altri saggi storici e critici <br> XIV Ariosto, Shakespeare e Corneille <br> XV Storia della storiografia italiana nel secolo decimo nono. I vol. <br> XVI Storia della storiografia italiana nel secolo decimo nono. II vol. <br> XVII La poesia di Dante <br> XVIII Poesia e non poesia Note sulla letteratura europea del secolo decimonono <br> XIX Storia del regno di Napoli <br> XX Uomini e cose della vecchia italia. I vol. <br> XXI Uomini e cose della vecchia italia. II vol. <br> XXII Storia d'Italia dal 1871 al 1915 <br> XXIII Storia dell'età barocca in Italia <br> XXIV Nuovi saggi sulla letteratura italiana <br> XXV Conversazioni critiche serie III <br> XXVI Conversazioni critiche serie IV <br> XXVII Storia d'Europa nel secolo decimonono <br> XXVIII Poesia popolare e poesia d'arte <br> XXIX Varieta' di storia letteraria e civile, serie I <br> XXX Vite di avventure, di fede e di passione <br> XXXI La letteratura della nuova Italia. Saggi critici vol V <br> XXXII Conversazioni critiche, serie V <br> XXXII La letteratura della nuova Italia. Saggi critici vol VI <br> XXXIV Poesia antica e moderna. Interpretazioni <br> XXXV Poeti e scrittori del pieno e tardo Rinascimento vol I <br> XXXVI Poeti e scrittori del pieno e tardo Rinascimento vol II <br> XXXVII Letteratura italiana del Setteento. Note critiche <br> XXXVIII Varieta' di storia letteraria e civile serie II <br> XXXIX Letture di poeti e riflessioni sulla teoria e la critica della poesia <br> XLI Aneddoti di varia letteratura <br> XLII Aneddoti di varia letteratura <br> XLIII Aneddoti di varia letteratura <br> XLIV Aneddoti di varia letteratura <br> Scritti vari, 13 voll. I Primi saggi <br> II Cultura e vita morale <br> III L'Italia dal 1914 al 1918. Pagine sulla guerra <br> IV Pagine sparse. Letteratura e cultura. <br> V Pagine sparse. Biografie. Storia napoletana. Schermaglie… <br> VI Pagine sparse. Postille. Osservazioni sui libri nuovi <br> VII Nuove pagine sparse. Vita pensiero letteratura. <br> VIII Nuove pagine sparse. Metodologia storiografica … <br> IX Terze pagine sparse vol I <br> X Terze pagine sparse vol II <br> XI Scritti e discorsi politici (1943-19479) I vol. <br> XII Scritti e discorsi politici (1943-1947) II vol. <br> XIII Carteggio Croce-Vossler (1899-1949) <br> Tutta la collezione è ben conservata. Rara a trovarsi completa.

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        The Burden of Isis (signed By Edward Thomas to Gordon Bottomley, and with George Sims' bookplate)

      London: John Murray, 1910. First edition, hardback bound in the original blue cloth with printed titling to spine and Egyptian figure to upper board and spine. 17 × 12.5cm, 59pp + 4pp ads. This copy has been inscribed by the poet Edward Thomas to Emily and Gordon Bottomley. Edward Thomas (1879-1917) and Gordon Bottomley (1874-1948) were great friends, with Thomas frequently visiting the Bottomleys at their Lancashire home. The Thomas / Bottomley letters were published in 1968. This book also has the "Bottomley bequest" bookplate to the front pastedown, as well as the "Call me Ishmael" bookplate of legendary bookseller George Sims. Furthermore, the book is stamped "presentation copy" from the publishers to the title page. Published in the "Wisdom of the East" series, The Lamentations of Isis and Nephthys is an ancient Egyptian text in which the two goddess-sisters call the soul of the god Osiris to rejoin the living. Condition: The book is in good condition, with some light rubbing to the joints and edges and a little marking to the upper board along the spine. Internally the book is in strong, sound condition with clean pages and secure binding. Edward Thomas' signature is in brown ink and is crisp and clear. A rare copy.. Signed. First Edition. Hardback. Good Plus.

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        \" Koehler`s Zeppelin - Almanach - Illustriertes Jahrbuch der Luftschiffahrt. Huldigung der deutschen Dichter an den Grafen Zeppelin II Jahrgang \"

      Verlag Gera -Untermhaus , W. Koehler ohne Jahr,ca 1910 Format 8° 87 Seiten mit einigen kleine Textkarten und Kopfbordüren am Kapitelbeginn + 11 Seiten illustierter Werbeanhang + 30 Glanzpapiertafeln mit 60 zumeist halb- und ganzseitigen Abbildungen, größtenteils Fluggeräte, Originalbroschur mit Deckelbild und Werbebild umseitig, Deckel- und Rückentitel, kleiner Ausriss unten rechts, Umschlga angeschmutzt und leicht wellig, die ersetn 3 Seiten ebenso,ab dann ist der Buchblock gut erhalten// Versand D: 5,00 EUR Luftschiff Flugzeug Zeppelin

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        The Ball and the Cross.

      London: Wells Gardner, Darton and Co., 1910. FIRST EDITION, UNCORRECTED ISSUE WITH TITLE PAGE. Octavo, pp.[8], 403 [1]. In publisher's green cloth with gilt titles to spine and upper board. With original orange dust-jacket with green titles. Top edge gilt. Illustrated bookplate of John Cohen to front free endpaper. Slight reading lean; spine and jacket spine lightly sunned. Very good indeed. Chesterton's second novel chronicles a hot dispute between two Scotsmen, a Roman Catholic and an atheist, whose fanatically held opinions inspire a host of comic adventures. Bleiler; Checklist of Fantastic Literature [409]. Book Collector No.273, p.34.

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        An archive, as below

      Virginia artist Rudy Wendelin (1910-2000) joined the U.S. Forest Service in the early 1930s and helped launch the Smokey the Bear campaign in the late 1930s - now the lonest running public service campaign in U.S. history. He portrayed Smokey in literally hundreds of promotional pieces which encouraged conservation of natural resources, and forest fire prevention. This collection consists of pirmary sketches from Wendelin's personal collection. These are drafts retained by Wendelin himself -- working copies that show the creative process in action, in which the realistic cub bear drawings evolved into the human-like figure in blue jeans that the public came to know and love. There are 46 original pencil draft drawings in varying sizes ranging from approximately 6" x 8½" to 11" x 12" and featuring multiple sketches or panels of Smokey in different firefighting activites complete with captions. Some tell a story, comic strip style, while others are single images. Condition ranges from very good to near fine. Included are two pencil drawings of the actual Smokey cub, detailed and realistic -- quite possibly the first drawings of Smokey accomplished by Wendelin. There is also a heavy stock glossy 8" x 10" black and white photograph showing baby Smokey in 1950 being flown from Santa Few, New Mexico, where New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Ranger Ray Bell and his family were nursing him back to thealth, to the National Zoo in Washington, DC. There is also a remarkable 5-page autograph letter signed from Wendelin, 8½" x 11", on yellow ruled paper, dated March 15, 1997. He titles the first page "Reflection on visit of Tim Beatty, F[orest] S[ervice] - Symbols Director." Second and third pages are titled, "A lesson for every camper," and consist of the tale of a family camping and coming upon an old forest fire site. The fourth and fifth pages consist of forest fire ruminations, each paragraph beginning with "Only... green, healthy forests and woodlands can" - followed by various observations, concluding with "Smokey's message of forest fire prevention is never out of date." Accompanied by a 2-page original typescript by Wendelin, unsigned, titled "Reflections by Rudolph Wendelin for the Hot Food Teddy Convention, Capitan, NM - July,1999" and containing further provocative comments. An extraordinary letter, never published. There is also a second autograph letter signed from Wendelin, 1p, 6" x 8½", 17 March 1995 discussing various Smokey Bear projects and products. Mentions, "Enclosed is a copy of rough draft - comments & reflections on latest ... from what's happening, we are apparently not on the best standing with the S[mokey] B[ear] office." Enclosure is present, a 13-page detailed type commentary on issues and disputes regarding the licensing of Smokey Bear products. Accompanied by A Walk in the Woods, a mockup of a 1995 book that was apparently never published, and features text by Janet Doe and illustrations by Wendelin. 12" x 8½", ca. 16 pages. Some pages consist of color photocopies of Wendelin watercolors, with text portions blocked out, while several pages consist of original Wendelin pencil sketches of Smokey in wilderness setting and caoptions with text areas blocked out. Four pages at conclusion consist of original Wendelin pastel and ink drawings showing Smokey finding shelter for cubs and a deer during a forest fire - quite striking and beautiful. This mockup is accompanied by a thick sheaf of photocopies and color snapshots of these and other mockup leaves. Also included are a few commemorative items such as a First Day Cover honoring the 1984 issuance of the 20-cent "Smokey" stamp with ornamental cachet (signed by Wendelin) as well as FDCs bearing the "John Muir Conservationist" 5-cent stamp and "Forest Conservation" 4-cent stamp with "Happy Birthday, Smokey!" commemorative cachet at left, each signed by Wendelin. Also a color postcard, 6" x 4", of Wendelin's 1989 painting, "Dear Smokey..." showing Smokey retrieving fan mail from his mailbox as two playful cubs climb over the mailbox, signed by Wendelin at lower left, and "A tribute to Rudolph Wendelin: artist and guardian of Smokey Bear," a heavy card stock 8½" x 5½" ten-page booklet issued in 1995, signed and inscribed by Wendelin on front cover. An extraordinary archive chronicling the development of this iconic and beloved public relations character who became an important symbol in the environmental movement.

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        The Fall of Abd-ul-Hamid.

      

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        The Ball and the Cross

      London: Wells Gardner, Darton and Co., 1910.. FIRST EDITION, UNCORRECTED ISSUE WITH TITLE PAGE. Octavo, pp.[8], 403 [1]. In publisher's green cloth with gilt titles to spine and upper board. With original orange dust-jacket with green titles. Top edge gilt. Illustrated bookplate of John Cohen to front free endpaper. Slight reading lean; spine and jacket spine lightly sunned. Very good indeed. Chesterton's second novel chronicles a hot dispute between two Scotsmen, a Roman Catholic and an atheist, whose fanatically held opinions inspire a host of comic adventures.

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        A Circuit Rider's Wife

      Henry Altemus Company, Philadelphia 1910 - First edition. Illustrations by William H. Everett. Octavo. Original green cloth binding, with decorative gilt stamping. Mild edgewear, an attractive, very good or better copy. Inscribed and dated by Harris on the front flyleaf: "With compliments of the Author, Corra Harris. In the Valley, September 4th 1922." Corra May Harris (1869-1935) was, for a time, the most widely known woman from the state of Georgia. Her literary reputation during her life, and her legacy since, rest on this novel. Drawing heavily on her troubled marriage to Methodist minister and educator Lundy Howard Harris, it tells of the challenges, hardships, and mostly intangible rewards of itinerant country preaching in the Northern Georgia mountains. Harris wrote more than two dozen books and published over 200 articles and short stories, and well over a thousand book reviews. Although she became famous for her fiction, she earned a reputation for reactionary conservatism with a notorious nationally published piece defending the lynching of Thomas Wilkes, alias Sam Hose, near Newnan, Georgia in 1899 and her subsequent essays on Southern identity. She was not so easily categorized though, her 1915 novel *The Co-Citizens* was seen by various critics as both showing support and opposition to woman suffrage! Later, Harris was the first women war correspondent to go abroad in World War I. This novel was the basis for the 1951 film *I'd Climb the Highest Mountain* written and produced by Georgia native Lamar Trotti and starred Susan Hayward and William Lundigan. This title was reprinted by the University of Georgia in 1998, but the first edition is very uncommon, especially signed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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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. Frontispieces and plates by Robert Seymour, George Cruikshank, Hablot Knight Browne (Phiz), George Cattermole, John Leech and others. Bookplate to second free binder's blanks. Spines uniformly faded with occasional mottling, minor rubbing to extremities; an excellent, bright set. The Centenary Edition. An attractive and richly illustrated set.

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        A Gentleman Of Leisure

      Alston Rivers, London 1910 - 8vo, pp. 247. 3 pp. catalogue bound in at rear. Original blue boards, lettered in gilt to front panel and spine. Slightly cocked, blank bookplate and small price stamp to front pastedown. Some wear to spine ends and edges, corners a little bumped. Lacking the dustwrapper. First UK edition, published six months earlier in the US under the title The Intrusion Of Jimmy. Famously, Wodehouse dedicated his book The Heart Of A Goof [1926] to his beloved stepdaughter Leonora with the words: 'To my daughter Leonora without whose never-failing sympathy and encouragement this book would have been finished in half the time.' Less famously, Wodehouse had dedicated this book to his friend Herbert Westbrook sixteen years previously, using exactly the same joke. An unusually nice copy, the gilt on the spine still bright. McIlvaine A-13b

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        BROWNIKINS AND OTHER FANCIES

      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]

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        L'incendiario.

      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.

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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.

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        The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie together with Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods.

      

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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

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