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        OIL FIELDS OF NEW ZEALAND, WITH SOME CRITICAL NOTES ON THE COLONIAL OIL SITUATION OF TO-DAY

      London: Bradbury, Agnew & Co. Ltd., 1911., 1911. First edition. First edition. Thick 8vo. Inked presentation inscription from the author on the front fly leaf. Original dark green cloth with beveled edges, titles and decorative devices stamped in gold gilt and black on front cover and spine, xxvi, 337 pp., plus xix pages of oil-related advertisements, folding frontispiece, author's note, illustrated, plates, portraits, diagrams, maps, teg., advertisements. Swanson page 62 says "Endeavors to develop oil production in New Zealand, beginning near close of 1865; review of shale oil industry of New Zealand." Henry produced a number of extensive studies on the oil industry in the early 20th Century, all of which are very scarce. The publisher's catalogue at the rear is quite interesting and certainly reflects the technology of the day. Included in this volume are 4 portraits with annotated tissue guards intact, with 32 illustrations, and 10 maps and diagrams. Two former owner's names at top of front fly leaf, scattered foxing throughout although more so near the front and near the edges of the volume, else a very good copy of a scarce book.

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        A revised catalogue of the indigenous flowering Plants and ferns of Ceylon

      Colombo : H.C. Cottle, Govt. Printer, 1911. First Edition. Fine copy in the original title-blocked, lined-backed plain boards. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Series; Ann. R. Bot. Gard. Peradeniya, v. Peradeniya manuals of botany, entomology, agriculture and horticulture ; no. 2. Physical description; 188 p. ; 24 cm. Subjects; Sri Lanka. Floras. Angiospermae. Ferns. Pteridophyta. Botany - Sri Lanka. Ferns - Sri Lanka. Botany - Ceylon. Ferns - Ceylon. Botany - Indexes - Sri Lanka. Filices - Indexes - Sri Lanka. Plant names, Popular - Sinhalese. Plant names, Popular - Tamil. Genre; text.

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        A Book of Children's Verse.

      London: Henry Frowde, Hodder & Stoughton,, [1911]. Illustrated in Colour by M. Etheldreda Gray. Quarto. Original full vellum over bevelled boards, spine and front cover lettered and decorated in gilt, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Decorative title page designed by W. G. Easton, colour frontispiece and 19 colour plates by M. Etheldreda Gray (with captioned tissue guards) tipped-in on Japanese vellum sheets printed with a gold border. A few light blue marks on back cover, covers just slightly dished. An excellent copy. First and limited edition, number 37 of 100 numbered copies signed by the illustrator. Millicent Etheldreda Gray (1873-1957) is little known but her charming work here is full of atmosphere; she also illustrated an edition of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women.

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        The Phantom of the Opera.

      New York, Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1911. First edition, first printing with the printer's imprint "Press of Braunworth & Co. Bookbinders and Printers Brooklyn, N. Y." at bottom of copyright page. Octavo, original cloth, publishers tissue guard. Illustrated by Andre Castaigne with one single-page and four double-page inserted plates with color illustrations. In near fine condition with light shelfwear. A very nice example. Modern audiences are well acquainted with Gaston Leroux's infamous Phantom of the Opera, the tale of Erik, a horrifically disfigured man who lives in the underground beneath the Paris Opera House, where his creative genius mingles - and festers - with madness. First published in 1910, the Phantom's obsessive and consuming love for the beautiful young chorus girl Christine has captivated readers, film goers and musical theater fanatics for over 100 years. The Phantom of the Opera has become the source for numerous adaptations, including the 1925 film starring Lon Chaney and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tony Award-winning musical.

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        Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Complete Set of 32 Volumes. Volumes I - XXXII.

      Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club 1877 - 1911 1st Editions - 32 Volumes. Hardbacks. Each size 5.25 x 8.5 inches. In green cloth covers with gilt lettering and decorations to spine. Blind embossed decorative edging to boards. Black/brown endpapers. In very good conditions. Ex library set (with exception of vols. V-IV.) with some labels and label remnants to endpapers. Some stamps to verso of pages and some plates. Some rubbing to extremities, ends of spine, corners slightly bumped. Hinges slightly cracked on v.1 with repair to rear hinge. Some hinges cracked on other volumes. Some miunor marks to pages but otherwise clean and tight. Illustrated with many photographs, chromolithographic plates, illustrated plates, line drawings. Includes articles on Museum, Sir George Somers, Cranborne, Dorchester Gallows, Dorset Volunteer Force, Lobsters, Old House Piddletown, Saxon Saints, Memorial Brasses & much more.

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        Origin and History of Beer and Brewing. From prehistoric times to the beginning og brewing science and technology. A critical essay. Illustrated.

      Chicago, Alumni Ass. of the Wahl-Henius Institute of Fermentology, 1911. 4°. XVI + 411 S. OLwd. In engl. Sprache. First Impression. Mit eighd. Signatur u. gestempelter Widm. a. Schmutztitel. - Ebd. etw. fleckig, berieben, leichte Gbrsp. Schönes Expl. mit zahlreichen Illustrationen. - Cover a little spotty, some rubbing, little signs of use. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Bier; Hauswirtschaft; Kochbücher

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        THE ARAN ISLANDS; IN WICKLOW, WEST KERRY AND CONNEMARA; FOUR PLAYS AND POEMS; TWO PLAYS. (4 Volumes)

      Maunsel and company, Dublin 1911 - Maunsel & Company, Dublin, 1911. 4 volumes which have been bound as a matching set in 1/2 vellum with beautiful blue marbled boards. Gilt titles to spines. Top edges gilt, other edges Deckled. 'THE ARAN ISLANDS' is the library edition, with 12 b/w drawings by Jack B. Yeats. Many of the pages are uncut and the book is bright and clean apart from some occasional foxing.'IN WICKLOW.' is a first edition, with drawings by Jack B. Yeats. very clean internally and in near fine condition. 'FOUR PLAYS AND POEMS' includes'The Shadow of the Glen', 'Riders to the Sea', 'The Well of the Saints', and 'The Tinker's Wedding', plus 50pp of poems. Some pages uncut and occasional foxing. 'TWO PLAYS' includes 'The Playboy of the Western World' and 'Dierdre of the Sorrows'. Together, these volumes make a very handsome little set which seem to have been produced specially and are in very good+ condition. Each volume has an ex libris label pasted to the fep. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Stories from Hans Andersen

      New York and London: Hodder and Stoughton,, 1911. Quarto. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, pictorial title block to front board gilt, single rule to boards gilt, dark green endpapers, inner dentelles gilt, gilt edges. With 28 tipped in colour plates. First English trade edition.

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        Ethan Frome

      

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        Intellectual World. Gallery of Contemporaries in the realm of Arts and Sciences.

      Adolf Ecksteins Publishing House. Berlin-Charlottenburg. No date c. Large folio 18 inches x 12 inches 1911 - Title, [Preface] + 64 very fine photogravure portraits on India paper, each with a leaf of biography, and most with a facsimile signature within the plate-mark, 8 portraits lack the biographical text. Publisher's extraordinary pictorial cloth on heavy, padded boards, the rear cover with a large damp-mark not affecting the interior, the front cover with a few small spots and streaks at the lower edge, joints firm, scattered foxing, top edges of the plates dusty because of the thickness of the paper, overall in good plus condition. *The series of plates, ordered alphabetically, begins with George V and Queen Mary, followed by Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, followed by 60 contemporary eminents, all male, of whom 51 were physicians and surgeons, 2 were scientists, 3 military and 4 in law and politics. Most of the copies in UK academic libraries appear to differ one from the other, and they may well have been made up to order. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Patrick Pollak Rare Books ABA ILAB]
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        Photograph Album Documenting an American Actor's Tour of Southeast Asia

      China, Japan, Burma, Malaysia, and India, 1911. Photograph Album. Very Good. The album measures 8" x 6" and contains 52 pages with approximately 130 photographs of varying sizes. The photographs are in nice shape as are the album pages, however most of the album leaves have cleanly separated from the binding. The album documents John Wilmuth Merkyl's participation in a theatrical tour of Southeast Asia during 1911. Early in his career, Merkyl (sometimes spelled Merkel) was an actor in operettas and later became a popular early silent movie star. When Merkyl compiled this album, he was touring with the Bandman Theater Company (owned by Maurice E. Bandmann, an American expatriate from Montana) in one of its troupe's circuits through Asia where it owned a number of theaters. Although Merkyl's name does not appear in this album, it comes from the estate of one of his descendants and contains several photographs of him as a young man. Most of the photographs are vernacular, however a few are commercial. The images include members of the troupe, theaters (Bombay, Rangoon, Kuala Lampur, Singapore, Tokyo, Osaka), hotels (Albany Hotel in Calcutta, Minto Mansions in Rangoon, the Royal Selangor), the Indian Coronation Ceremony (Durbar) for King George V and Queen Mary, tourist sights and scenes (temples, gardens, city streets, countryside), transportation (sedan chairs, rickshaws, junks, sampans, trains, oxcarts, donkeys), severed heads, children, markets, soldiers, buildings (pagodas, thatched huts, a cockfight), an impromptu performance on a ship, and more. A unique record of theatrical entertainment during the heyday of the British Empire.

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        Peter Rabbit's Painting Book.

      London: Frederick Warne and Co.,, 1911. Octavo. Original green boards, titles to front board and spine in white, pictorial illustration to front board, illustrated endpapers. With the printed glassine dust jacket. Housed in a green cloth solander box. With 12 coloured illustrations and 12 outline illustrations for colouring. Small gift inscription to the title page. An exceptional copy in the jacket with a few minor nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression with glassine dust jacket not advertising any books, priced one shilling net. The first of three painting books issued by Potter.

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        The Phantom of the Opera

      New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1911. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing; with Braunworth & Co. slug at bottom of the copyright page. Very Good, with all plates present. Lightly soiled binding with rubbing to stamping on spine, a bit of wear to early pages, and several creased corners throughout. Presents well.

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        Anne of Greene Gables

      Boston: L.C. Page, and Company, 1911 Illustrated by May Austin Claus and William Anton Joseph Claus. First edition, first printing of the first book in the author's Avonlea series. Publisher's ribbed light teal cloth, with gilt lettering to the front board and spine, illustration of a woman's profile to laid on the front board. Very good, with some wear and rubbing to the extremities, minor toning to the spine, some rubbing and light soiling to the boards, inner hinges discreetly repaired, light spotting to the endpapers, otherwise bright and clean interior. A sturdy and presentable copy. Housed in a custom maroon slipcase. Anne of Green Gables is a story about a young orphan girl, Anne Shirley, who is sent to live on a farm on Prince Edward Island with a family who had intended to adopt a boy. Montgomery drew much of the novel's setting from her own childhood experiences living with her grandparents on the eastern coast of the island. Like her readers, the author was quite taken with the jovial character she had created and wrote multiple sequels to this first installment of what would become a beloved children's series.. Illus. by Claus, M.A. (May Austin); Claus, William A.J. (William Anton Joseph). 1st Edition.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        LA PROTHESE DENTAIRE INDISPENSABLE

      A. Maloine, Paris 1911 - Closed split to spine covering, running about halfway down. Similar split to front pastedown. Ink markings to title page ; illustrated guide to false teeth. in French; B&W Illustrations; 8vo; 298 pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Texas Civil Appeals Reports. Vols. 1-63 (1892-1911)

      1911. [Texas Civil Appeals Reports]. Vols. 1-63 (1892-1911). Cases argued and decided in the Courts of Civil Appeals of the State of Texas... vol. 1 (Oct./Dec. 1892) to vol. 63 (Jan. 1911). Subtitle varies slightly. Imprint varies. [Austin]: Published by the State of Texas, 1893-1917. Original law calf vols. 1 to 62 scuffed and worn, volume 63 cloth. Spine lettering pieces: Upper red (title), lower black (reporter), twenty volumes repaired with brown tape on spines, three volumes with detached covers. Ex-library with stamps on front endpapers and outer edges, small bar code labels on inside front covers. Interiors clean. * Reporters: vols. 1-10, A.S. Walker, Sr.; vol. 11, B.R. Webb; vol. 12, A.E. Wilkinson; vols. 13-39, A.E. Wilkinson, B.R. Webb; vols. 40-63, A.E. Wilkinson, J.A. Martin. No more volumes published.

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        Adventure Sport and Travel on the Tibetan Steppes

      

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        The Works of Jules Verne.

      New York and London: Vincent Parke and Company, 1911. Complete Set of the Works of Jules Verne. Octavo, 15 volumes. Bound in full morocco, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, gilt signature of Verne to each volume to the front panel, gilt lines to the front and rear panels, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Title pages printed in red and white. Frontispieces, illustrated, hand-colored limitation leaf to volume 1, lettered tissue guards. Limited edition, one of 350 numbered copies. In fine condition. An exceptional set. Jules Verne is considered by many to be the father of science fiction, with a prodigious oeuvre of novels and short fiction. This edition of his works includes Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, Journey to the Center of the Earth, The Mysterious Island, and Around the World in Eighty Days. Also includes the first edition in English of Verne's later novel, The Master of the World, preceding the first separate English and American editions of 1914. Edited and with introductions by American scholar Charles F. Horne. Many of the works appear under title variants as found in Taves & Michaluk (95-102).

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        Stories from Hans Andersen

      1911. first edition. With Twenty-Eight Mounted Color Plated by Edmund Dulac[DULAC, Edmund, illustrator]. ANDERSEN, Hans [Christian]. Stories from Hans Andersen. With Illustrations by Edmund Dulac. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1911].First trade edition. Large quarto (10 5/8 x 8 1/4 inches; 269 x 210 mm.). viii, 250, [2] pp. Mounted color frontispiece, with descriptive tissue guard printed in black, and twenty-seven mounted color plates (included in pagination). Plates framed with thick pale green line border and accompanied by guard leaves printed in pale green with stylized pineapples on the recto and a border of snowflakes above descriptive caption on the verso. Text pages with pale green snowflake borders at top and bottom. All leaves framed with double pale green lines.Bound by Bayntun ca. 1960 in three quarter green morocco over green cloth boards ruled in gilt, spine with five raised bands, decoratively tooled and lettered in gilt in compartments, top edge gilt, marbled end-papers. Small splits at top of joints, but still perfectly sound. A very attractive and beautifully illustrated book.During his lifetime, Hans Christian Andersen, whose every fairy tale has become a classic, was second only to Charles Dickens as the most popular author in the Western world.Hughey 27b.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Trois élégantes au jardin".

      1911 - Aquarelle et mine de plomb signée et datée en bas à gauche, 1911, 19.7 x 13.4 cm, encadrée. Une jeune-femme, avant-gardiste, se promène en robe et turban de Paul Poiret, sous l'oeil amusé et surpris de deux femmes, habillées de manière plus conventionnelle. Pierre BRISSAUD (1885-1964), peintre, graveur et illustrateur, est le neveu de Louis Boutet de Monvel. Il participa à l'illustration de la célèbre Gazette du Bon Ton. Avec MARTY, MARTIN, LEPAPE, il fut l'élève de Fernand CORMON. (Benezit T.II Dico Solo-109 Edouard-Joseph Dictionnaire biographique des artistes contemporains (1910-1930 T.I- p. 207). Oeuvre originale

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        Poems

      Sidgwick & Jackson, London 1911 - 12mo, 87(1)pp., original black cloth, paper spine label. Brooke's first book of verse and his first commercially published work. One of only 500 copies, preceeded only by a few pamphlets printed by his school. Issued without dust jacket. A fine bright copy showing no wear or foxing. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        TWINKLE AND CHUBBINS

      - [BAUM,L.FRANK]. TWINKLE AND CHUBBINS: their astonishing adventures in Nature Fairyland by Laura Bancroft. Chicago: Reilly & Britton. (1911). 8vo, yellow cloth pictorially stamped in green, red and black, 384p., MINT IN DUST WRAPPER (Wrapper has piece off top edge of spine with loss of lettering and other normal wear, but VG). First and only edition (Schiller 219, Baughman 74, dust wrapper is variant 2 - Bienvenue p.291). The text contains all 6 of the Twinkle Tales that first appeared pseudononymously in 1906: Mr. Woodchuck, Bandit Jim Crow, Prairie Dog Town, Prince Mud-Turtle, Twinkle's Enchantment and Sugar-Loaf Mountain. Illustrated by MAGINEL WRIGHT ENRIGHT (Frank Lloyd Wright's sister) with 94 color illustrations plus several black & whites. This is an incredible copy of a very scarce Baum title, extremely rare in the pictorial dust wrapper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Handbuch der Psychiatrie. Allgemeiner Teil und Spezieller Teil.

      Leipzig und Wien, Deuticke, 1911-1927 (28 Teile in 21 Bänden). Gr.-8°, unterschiedliche Bindung, meist grüne Originalleinwand, eine Originalbroschur, teils mit Stempeln alter psychiatr. Kliniken auf Titel; ca. 4500 S. Aschaffenburg (1866-1944) arbeitete bei Meynert und Kraepelin und bekam 1900 in Heidelberg eine außerordentliche Professur. 1904 ging er nach Köln und wurde nach der Neugründung der dortigen Universität ord. Prof. für Psychiatrie. 1934 wurde er wegen seiner jüdischen Abstammung entlassen und emigrierte deswegen 1938 in die USA, wo er zuletzt Professor für Psychiatrie in Baltimore war. Er gilt als Mitbegründer der modernen forensischen Psychiatrie in Deutschland. Das imposante \"Handbuch der Psychiatrie\", die erste Gesamtdarstellung des umfangreich gewordenen Faches, erschien durch den Krieg verzögert über einen Zeitraum von 18 Jahren und umfaßt Werke der damals bedeutendsten Psychiater. So komplett außerordentlich selten, hier zudem fast alle Bände im Originaleinband. - Allgemeiner Teil: Abt. I, 1. und 2. Teil (1927-1929): A. Jakob, Normale und pathologische Anatomie und Histologie des Grosshirns; Abt. I, 2: V. Kafka (1924): Serologische Methoden, Ergebnisse und Probleme in der Psychiatrie; Abt. I, 3. Teil (1925): Eugen Kahn, Erbbiologische Einleitung; Abt. II (1913): M. Rosenfeld, Die Physiologie des Grosshirns und M. Isserlin, Psychologische Einleitung; Abt. III (1915): G. Voss, Die Ätiologie der Psychosen und G. Aschaffenburg, Allgemeine Symptomatologie der Psychosen; Abt. IV (1912): Th. Kirchhoff, Geschichte der Psychiatrie und A. Gross, Allgemeine Therapie der Psychosen; Abt. V (1912): O. Bumke, Gerichtliche Psychiatrie und E. Schultze, Das Irrenrecht. - Spezieller Teil: Abt. I (1911): Aschaffenburg, G., Die Einteilung der Psychosen und H. Vogt, Epilepsie; Abt. II,1 (1912): J. von Wagner-Jauregg, Myxoedem und Kretinismus; Abt. II,2 (1915): Weygandt, W., Idiotie und Imbecillität; Abt. III,1 (1912): Bonhoeffer, K., Psychosen im Gefolge von akuten Infektionen und P. Schroeder, Intoxikationspsychosen; Abt. III,2,1 (1912): Redlich, E., Die Psychosen bei Gehirnerkrankungen; Abt. III,2,2 (1928): Poetzl, O., Die Aphasielehre; Abt. IV,1 (1911): Bleuler, E., Dementia praecox oder die Gruppe der Schizophrenien; Abt. IV,2 (1927): Lange, J., Die Paranoiafrage; Abt. V (1912): Hoche, A., Dementia paralytica und Spielmeyer, W., Die Psychosen des Rückbildungsalters; Abt. VI (1911): Stransky, E., Manisch-depressives Irresein; Abt. VII,1 (1923): Schneider, K., Die psychopathischen Persönlichkeiten; Abt. VII,2,1 (1927): Schneider, K., Die abnormen seelischen Reaktionen; Abt. VII,2,2 (1927): Blum, O., Hysterie; Abt. VII,3 (1923): Kronfeld, A., Sexualpsychopathologie. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Psychiatrie, Psychiatry, Psychiatriegeschichte, Psychopathologie

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        Adressbuch der Elektrizitäts-Branche und der damit verwandten Geschäftszweige von Europa. 1911 / 1912, Band I: Deutschland.

      Schulze&Co Verlagsbuchhandlung Leipzig 1911 Ungewöhnlich umfangreiches Adressbuch mit Auflistung von tausenden von Firmen, Händlern, Elektrizitätswerken, elektrischen Straßenbahnen etc..Hier liegt der Band \" Deutschland \" in der achten Auflage vor. Mit 400, XXIV, 556, 104, 148 Seiten sowie einigen Zwischenkartons meist mit Werbeanzeigen. Illustrierter Oln, Groß8°. Inhalt: \" Abteilung I: Firmen-Register: Aufführung der elektrotechnischen und Hilfs-Geschäfte in ihrer Verteilung nach den einzelnen Ländern, Provinzen und Orten. / Abteilung II: Fach-Register: Inhalts-Übersicht zum Fach-Register, Aufführung der elektrotechnischen und Hilfs-Geschäfte in alphabetischer Reihenfolge der einzelnen Industriezweige. / Abteilung III: Elektrizitätswerke und elektrische Straßenbahnen. / Abteilung IV: Post- und Telegraphen-Verwaltungen, Prüfungs- Revisions- und Versuchsanstalten, Technische Hochschulen und Lehranstalten, Verbände und Vereine, Zeitschriften, Verein beratender Ingenieure für Elektrotechnik e.V. / Abteilung V: Bezugsquellen-Nachweiser, Inserate, Ortsverzeichnis. \". Mit zahlreichen Firmenanzeigen teils in Holzstich auf Zwischenkartons sowie in der Abteilung V. Mit z.B. der Land- und Seekabelwerke Cöln-Nippes, Abteilung Apparatebau \" Hermann`s Betriebs-Photometer \" ( Westinghouse Cooper Hewitt Gesellschaft, Berlin / Just-Lampe, Augsburg / Corona Metallfadenlame, Charlottenburg / Roth Aktiengesellschaft vorm. Dengg ( Elektroden-Pressen, Kohlenstift-Pressen, Hydraulische Presspumpen ) / H. Gossen, Reinickendorf / Berndorfer Metallwaaren-Fabrik Arthur Krupp usw. . Einband etwas fleckig und angestaubt, oberes Kapital mit einem Einriß. Bindung gelockert, Buchschnitt gestempelt ( Elektrographitische Kohlenbürsten für Elektromotore, Dynamos, Firma Heid& Co, Neustadt ) ) innen erste 3 Seiten lose. Innen meist sauber, nur wenige Seiten gering fleckig. - sehr selten - ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Elektrizität, Adressbuch, Adressbücher, addressbook, Elektrizitätsfirmen, Elektrizitätswerke, Straßenbahnen, elektrisch, elektrische, Elektrotechnik

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        Carteggio d'amore inviato da Zuccoli ad Amalia Guglielminetti tra l'11 settembre 1911 e il 14 novembre 1911

      Lotto di 26 lettere, un telegramma ed una piccola foto. - Assieme di 26 lettere, in formato in-8 su carta intestata ''Il Giornale di Venezia'', 3 dal ''Grand Hotel Rome'', 1 ''Caffè Nazionale, Peroni Aragno. Roma''; buste conservate che recano al verso indirizzo ''Amalia Guglieminetti. Corso Francia 1bis. Torino''. Appassionante ed inedito carteggio che permette di ripercorrere l'apparentemente ignota storia d'amore tra uno dei romanzieri più in voga all'inizio del XX secolo ed Amalia Guglielminetti. Dalle missive, tutte dello Zuccoli, si evince che i due si erano incontrati nel mese di giugno e a partire da settembre iniziano un quasi quotidiano scambio epistolare. Le prime missive, in cui il letterato e giornalista, chiama la Guglielminetti ''Susanna vestita'' fanno trasparire già il desiderio che l'uomo prova. Diventano sempre più esplicite, fino a vere e proprie crisi di gelosia quando al donna si dice non più casta. Tra le fitte, lunghe ed appassionate pagine si leggono tentativi di incontri e programmi per evitare di farsi riconoscere. Concordano un appuntamento per il 5 novembre a Milano: cinque lunghi giorni di liaison amorosa cui seguono solo più tre affettuose lettere dell'uomo ed un telegramma, non sappiamo se per la fine della relazione o per perdita della documentazione. Tra le righe, molto ben scritte, si ha notizia di alcuni lavori letterari dei due, si fa riferimento a Gozzano, ma la cosa che colpisce di più sono i tempi e i modi di una relazione amorosa tra due personalità di cultura al principio del XX secolo. Luciano Zuccoli, pseudonimo di Luciano von Ingenheim (1868 ? 1929), fu scrittore, giornalista e romanziere svizzero naturalizzato italiano. Nell'autobiografia, pubblicata nel 1924, si definiva come «riottoso e prepotente, bevitore e libertino, beffardo e cinico.» Carattere ben evidenziato in questo carteggio privato. Diresse dal 1903 al 1912 il Giornale e la Gazzetta di Venezia, per trasferirsi poi a Roma. La Biblioteca Civica di Gorizia nel 2000 acquistò un corpus costituito da trenta lettere inviate dallo Zuccoli tra il 1911 e il 1913, che testimonia la conclusione della relazione che ebbe con la Guglielminetti. Cfr. anche Volk, Silvano: Il Segretario galante: Carteggio Luciano Zuccoli-Amalia Guglielminetti (2009) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Klein Zaches, genannt Zinnober. Ein Märchen von E. T. A. Hoffmann. Mit Nachwort von Prof. Dr. Ed. Castle und Zeichnungen von Jos. von Divéky

      Brüder Rosenbaum (1911), Wien, Leipzig - With 20 full page art nouveau illustrations, numerous initials and tail pieces by Josef von Divéky. Limited, numbered, luxury edition. One of the 30 copies (out of 500) printed on Imperial Japan paper. Printed in red and black. Wiener Werkstätte binding, limp vellum, gilt ornamented title on front panel, title on spine, and the sign of the Wiener Werkstätte on rear panel. With the original black and white check strings. Upper edges gilt. Printed pastedown. 205, (3) p. On of the thirty copies of Hoffmann's fairy tale, a beautifully illustrated and printed art nouveau edition, in Wiener Werkstätte vellum binding. Illustrated by Josef von Divéky the Wiener Werkstätte graphic artist and designer, disciple of Carl Otto Czeschka and Berthold Löffler. Provenance: Max Kirdorf (bookplate). Front pastedown with bookplate of Max Kirdorf. In fine condition. Wiener Werkstätte binding, limp vellum, gilt ornamented title on front panel, title on spine, and the sign of the Wiener Werkstätte on rear panel. With the original black and white check strings. Upper edges gilt. Printed pastedown Limited, numbered, luxury edition. One of the 30 copies (out of 500) printed on Imperial Japan paper. Printed in red and black. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Peter and Wendy

      

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        Collections Georges Hoentschel. Introduction et Notices. Volume I: Emaux du XIIe au XVe Siecle; Volume 2: Ivoires, Orfevrerie Religieuse, Pierres (2 Volumes)

      Librairie Centrale des Beaux-Arts, Paris 1911 - Both volumes: 3/4 burgundy leather with gilt spine lettering; marbled boards. Burgundy cloth portfolio flaps built in and attached to back covers. Contents of each volume placed within portfolio. Vol 1: Title material, three bi-fold letterpress leaves with 8 pp. prefatory text, and the list of 50 plates; 50 single, color plates, matted on card stock; each preceded with a page of annotation on letterpress paper. Vol 2: Title material and bifold list of plates; 44 color plates, matted on card stock, each preceded with a page of annotation on letterpress paper. Oversize (elephant folios) and heavy and will require extra postage. (30 pounds / 13.6 kilos). Georges Hoentschel (1855 - 1915) was a Parisan architect, designer, ceramicist and collector. His collection was bought by J.P. Morgan, who subsequently donated it to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where it became the core of the museum's European Decorative Arts Collection. This beautiful set, created under Morgan's direction, is from a labor-intensive, limited edition of 100 copies. The first volume features enamels; the second, ivories, gold, and gems. The plates in Volume 1 are hand-tinted in rich, vivid colors, many with gold leaf. The plates in Volume 2 (since they are ivories and gold objects) are more subdued with lovely gravures and subtle shading. Every plate is accompanied by a full, letterpress sheet with a complete annotation of the image. All of these stunning plates are suitable for framing and would enhance any decor. Vol 1: Art museum ex-library with minimal markings; donor bookplate inside front cover (one museum to another) and call sticker on spine. Plates clean, bright, unmarked. Small stain on the left edge of the title page; crease to margin/corner of annotation for Plate 14; light rubbing to leather at front hinge. Vol 2: NOT ex-library; pages and plates clean and unmarked; some waviness at title page edges; both hinges loose; lower right front corner bumped; leather scratched and scuffed. NOT a matched pair as far as cover condition and series numbers but bound identically. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Hundred Best Houses: The Book of the House and Cottage Exhibition 1911 Romford Garden Suburb and Gidea Park

      London For the Exhibition Committee 1911. London For the Exhibition Committee: , 1911. London For the Exhibition Committee 1911150pp illus. with b/w plates, line ills including plans and elevations. xviiipp period ads for suppliers of interiors and fittings including Heals and William Whiteley's etc. 4to. Original cloth with colour designed image by Fred Taylor inset into upper board. Edge of front end paper chipped. Small water mark affecting leading edge of book block but not significant. Rare.

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        The Lair of the White Worm

      London: William Rider & Son, Limited, 1911 First edition. Red cloth lettered in gilt on front cover and spine. 328 pp. the final four of which are adverts including one for a "New Edition of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'".; additional 16 pp. publisher's catalog. Frontis and four additional color plates.Appears to have all first issue points. A very good example, gilt still bright, some light even soiling to the cloth; small bookseller's stamp lower corner of front pastedown. Offsetting to the half title and occasional light foxing. Very collectible.

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        The New Inferno - With sixteen Drawings by Vernon Hill.

      

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        Autograph Letter Signed [ALS]

      New York: np. FIRST EDITION. Fine. SIGNED LETTER FROM HENRY JAMES ON HIS BROTHER WILLIAM'S RECENT DEATH. In response to Robert Underwood Johnson's request for an obituary of William James (to be published in Johnson's Century Magazine), Henry James, William's younger brother, writes on January 26, 1911: Dear R.U. Johnson, I am obliged to you for your invitation in respect to my Brother but can only reply that it's quite out of the question I should prepare for the Century a snippet of 3000 'popular' words on a subject which, when I do address myself to it I hope to be able to treat seriously and for readers who shall really care to know something about it. I must reserve myself for that [underlined] interesting work wholly, & am yours very truly [signed] Henry James. The brothers-Henry, a great novelist and William, the celebrated American psychologist-were known for their mutual admiration. When William died (just a few months before this letter was written), Henry was at his deathbed: "William died at his summer home in Chocorua, New Hampshire [on August 26, 1910] with Henry at his bedside. Only a week earlier Henry had arrived from England with William and his wife, Alice, along with their son Henry (familiarly known as Harry), all of whom, despite William's own dire heart condition, had crossed the Atlantic in an attempt to nurse Henry back to health. 'He had an inexhaustible authority for me,' [Henry] wrote to H.G. Wells on 10 September 1910, 'and I feel abandoned and afraid, even as a lost child.' Henry made good on his words to Underwood to write something more substantial on William for it has often been assumed that the death of William was the strongest incentive for Henry's autobiographical work, A Small Boy, and in his immensely useful compilation, A Henry James Encyclopedia, Robert Gale maintains that William is 'the hero of James's autobiography, especially its earlier parts.' James had himself indicated as much when he first discussed a 'family book' with William's heirs during the months, stretching to nearly a year, when he stayed with them at their home in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was in the unaccustomed role of head of the family. In a letter to William's widow, he assured her that it was to be 'a book of recollections about the James family,' and on his return to London he wrote to his nephew Harry of 'the yearning effort really to get more surely and swiftly now, up to my neck into the book about WJ and the rest of us . . . almost a brotherly autobiography, a filial autobiography'" (Richard Poirier, in London Review of Books). New York: January 26, 1911. 2 1/4 pages on black engraved black bordered mourning stationery, 4 1/2 x 7 inches. Light crease where folded. In very good condition.

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        Distruzione. Poema futurista col processo e l'assoluzione di "Mafarka il Futurista".

      1911 - Milano, Edizioni Futuriste di Poesia, 1911. In 8vo quadrato (cm. 19,5); cop. orig.; pp. 100, (8). PRIMA edizione italiana. Axs [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The New Machiavelli

      London: John Lane, The Bodley Head,, 1911. Octavo. Original red cloth, title to spine and front cover white, top edge red. Spine faded, a few faint marks to covers, a couple of nicks and spots to fore edge. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the title page, "Reginald Turner, from H. G. Wells. One heart, one mind. Same opinion of A. J. Spender." The recipient, Reginald "Reggie" Turner (1869-1938), was a member Oscar Wilde's circle, who once quipped in response to Maugham's boast of the rarity value of his first editions that it was his second editions which were almost impossible to procure. It is possible that the "A. J. Spender" referred to in the inscription is J. A. Spender (1862-1942), British journalist and editor of the Westminster Gazette from 1896 to 1922, and that Wells has transposed Spender's initials, as seen in another copy inscribed by Wells that we have encountered.

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        Sansara. Ein Cyklus ohne Ende. In einer Auswahl von vierzig Blättern.

      München und Leipzig, Georg Müller, [1911]. . Horodisch 231. - Raabe 34. - Arnold, W. : Malerbuch, 1740. - Seltene erste Ausgabe des Mappenwerks mit Wiedergaben von 40 Zeichnungen Kubins und einer klugen und bisweilen schonungslosen autobiographischen Einführung des Künstlers. - Allgemeine Ausgabe in Halbpergament-Mappe. - Mappe teils fleckig u. mit Bereibungen, innen gebräunt, Text u. Tafeln leicht gebräunt u. bis auf vereinzelte kl. Fleckchen gut und sauber

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        Oscar Wilde. The Writings of Oscar Wilde. "Cherwell Edition"

      London: The Edinburgh Society - Not dated but about 1911. Complete in fourteen octavo volumes. Many illustrations throughout, including frontispieces with captioned tissue guards This "Authorized Edition" is apparently a variant of the Robert Ross authorized editions intended for sale in America. This "Cherwell Edition" is limited to 240 copies, of which each volume is numbered 122. Full gilt morocco with covers decoratively tooled in gilt, spines elaborately tooled and lettered in gilt, in compartments with five raised bands, turn-ins tooled in gilt, top edges gilt. A beautifully bound set in fine condition. From the library of an early 1900s prominent Clevelander with his bookplate. Very scarce. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Large three-quarter length lithographic portrait by Johann Hohlenberg (1881-1960) of the noted Hungarian violinist and conductor playing the violin

      A striking image. Rare. "In 1911 [Telmányi] attracted international attention with his Berlin début, when he gave the first performance in Germany of Elgar's Concerto. Admired for the fluency and vitality of his playing, he also acquired a reputation as a conductor after his début in 1919 at Copenhagen... Telmányi married Anne Marie, younger daughter of Nielsen, in 1918, and eventually settled in Denmark... Telmányi's interest in problems of performing Baroque music led him to bring about the construction of a special violin bow... It was favourably received as a means of playing true chords across the strings softly as well as loudly, avoiding the usual arpeggio effect..." Noël Goodwin in Grove Music Online.. 683 x 450 mm. Printed on light-weight paper laid down to board. Signed by the artist in pencil at lower left. With the names of both the artist (dated April 1915) and the violionist in the stone. Browned; margins slightly abraided with slight loss of paper.

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        The Novels.

      Edinburgh: John Grant,, 1911-12. 12 volumes, octavo (206 X 137 mm). Finely bound by Ramage in blue half calf, titles and decoration to spines gilt, raised bands, blue cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Engraved frontispiece to volume 1. Minor rubbing to spines, an excellent set. The Winchester edition; considered the most attractive of the unillustrated editions of Jane Austen's works produced around this time. In this enlarged issue, the set has two additional volumes, comprising Lady Susan and The Watsons, taken from the 1871 Memoir, together with Jane Austen's letters.

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        Ausdrucksstarkes Ölgemälde \" Einlaufendes Segelschiff im Abendlicht \".

       In warmen Tönen gemaltes Bild eines in den Hafen einlaufenden Segelschiffes im Abendlicht, rechts ein Leuchtfeuer auf einer Mole. Das mit Öl auf Malpappe gemalte Bild ist rechts unten vom Maler mit G. Lukas-Larsen (* 1911 - 1965 ) signiert, undatiert. Bildmaße: Höhe x Breite: 60 x 49 cm. Das Bild von guter Erhaltung, ungerahmt.( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Schiffsgemälde, Ölgemälde, Lukas-Larsen, Schiffsbild, Abendlicht, Hafen, Gemälde

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        On the Art of the Theatre.

      Chicago: Browne's Bookstore, , [1911]. Large square octavo. Original quarter vellum, vellum corner tips, gilt lettered spine, olive green boards and endpapers, Gordon Craig's gilt monogram on front cover, top edges gilt, untrimmed. Photogravure portrait frontispiece of Craig by Edward Steichen, 20 plates after designs by Craig tipped-in on drab brown heavy stock paper (with captioned tissue guards). Small area of damage to fore-edge of back cover, touch of foxing to frontispiece, offsetting from plate mounts to letterpress. A very good copy. First and limited US edition, number 68 of 150 copies signed by the author (75 of which were reserved for the US); also inscribed by the publisher on a preliminary blank: "To Mr Percy MacKaye with appreciation of much kindness in connection with this book. Waldo R. Browne". Percy MacKaye (1875-1956) was an American dramatist and poet; there is a tipped-in photograph on a preliminary blank that would appear to be a portrait of MacKaye reading this book. On the Art of the Theatre is Craig's "highly influential book... in which he expounded his visionary ideas" (ODNB).

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        Treasure Island

      London: Cassell and Co.,, 1911. Illustrated by N. C. Wyeth. Quarto. Original green cloth, gilt lettered spinet, colour illustration mounted on front cover, pictorial endpapers, top edges green. Colour pictorial title page and 9 colour plates. Occasional spotting to pages, ends of spine and corners lightly bumped, light spotting to spine. A very good copy. First Wyeth edition, first UK printing. One of the best illustrated editions.

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        Autograph Letter Signed (ALS) re: Pound's translation of Guido Cavalcanti

      1834 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, 1911. One page autograph letter signed by Ezra Pound to Ralph T. Hale, an editor and publisher with Small, Maynard & Co. "Dear Mr. Hale, I should be glad to get the arrrangements for "Guido Cavalcanti" settled before I sail (i.e. Feb. 1st). If it is convenient for you to do so. Sincerely yours, Ezra Pound | Jan. 18." A single sheet of paper, folded in half to create four leaves, written on the first leaf only. Then folded twice more to fit into the envelope. Minor wear and soiling on the letter, faint blue pencil scribble underneath the writing, but generally in Very Good condition. An early letter from Pound with an important literary connection, written when he was 25, regarding his translation of Guido Cavalcanti (first published by Small, Maynard in 1912). Cavalcanti was an early Italian poet who had considerable influence on the writing of his friend, Dante Alighieri.

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