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        Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection. 2 vols

      Putnam Lee Warner, London, 1911, - BUDGE, E. A. Wallis. Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection [In Two Volumes]. L.: Putnam Lee Warner, 1911. Pp. (Vol. 1) 404 + 6 p. of plates (two of which fold out), fold-out colour frontis. entitled "Osiris Khenti Amenti, The Great God, The Lord of Eternity, Governor of the Great Land, Seated on his Throne in the Other World Receiving the Adorations of the Scribe Nekht and his Wife", (Vol. 2) 440 + fold-out colour frontis. entitled "The Great Judgment of Osiris - The Weighing of the Heart in the Balance". Illustrated after drawings from Egyptian Papyri and Monuments in the Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities section in the British Museum. Large 8vo, red cloth with gilt illustration to front cover and spine. A copiously illustrated meticulous breakdown of the Egyptian mythology behind the beliefs in and about Osiris. Includes dozens of black and white illustrations, with some hieroglyphic text added in when deemed useful. Contents: Volume One: I) The History of Osiris as Told by Classical Writers ; II) The Name and Iconography of Osiris ; III) The Mutilation and Dismemberment of Osiris, his Reconstitution and Resurrection, his Entrance into Heaven, and his State of Being There ; IV) The Heaven of Osiris Under the Sixth Dynasty, with Translations from the Pyramid Texts ; V) Osiris and Cannbialism ; VI) Osiris and Human Sacrifice and Funeral Murders ; VII) Osiris and Dancing ; VIII) Osiris and Sacfirce and Offerings, the Propitiation of Good and Evil Spirits by Offerings, Amulets, etc. ; IX) Osiris the Ancestral Spirit and God ; X) Osiris as Judge of the Dead ; XI) The African Belief in God and the Doctrine of Last Things ; XII) Osiris as a Moon-God ; XIII) Osiris as a Bull-God. Contents: Volume Two: XIV) The Shrines, Miracle Play, and Mysteries of Osiris ; XV) The Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah, and the Forms of Osiris in the Great Cities of Egypt, his 104 Amulets, etc. ; XVI) The Book of Making the Spirit of Osiris, or the Spirit Burial, the Lamentations of Isis and nephthys, Hymns to Osiris, etc. ; XVII) Osiris and the African Grave ; XVIII) African Funeral Ceremonies and Burials Described ; XIX) The African Doctrine of Last Things : Immortality, The Ka or Double, The Spirit-Body, The Shadow, The Soul of the Ka or Body-Soul, The Heart, The Spirit-Soul, The Dual-Soul, Transmigration of Souls and Transformation, New Birth and Reincarnation, Death ; XX) Spirits and the Spirit World - The Place of Departed Spirits ; XXI) Magic (Witchcraft), White and Black ; XXII) Fetishism ; XXIII) Spitting as a Religious Act, The Wearing of Tails by Men and Women ; XXIV) Miscellaneous - Sickness Caused by an Offended Deity, Sickness Caused by the Spirit of a Dead Wife, Marriage, Respect for the Aged, Purification After Birth, Circumcision, Excision, and Infibulation, Twins, Steatopygous Women, The Poisoning of Ra, Osiris Restored to Life by Isis, The Spitting Serpent, The Insect Sepa, Snake Worship, The Crocodile, The Use of the New in Fowling, Fishing and Hunting, The Election of a King, Pottery Made by Hand, Finger Nails, Figures and Counting, Time, the Year, Seasons, etc., Astronomy, The Pillow or Head-Rest, The Dance of the God, Under-World, Magical Figures, Incense, Sitting on the Shoulders, Red Body Colouring, The Tortoise, The Primitive Village, Decoration of Bows of Boats, Tree-Worship, The Throne, Dried Human Bodies, Cannibalism, Human Sacrifice, etc., The Spirit Burial, or Second Burial ; XXV) The Goddess Isis and her Cult ; XXVI) The Worship of Osiris and Isis in Foreign Lands ; Greek inscription Dedication to isis, Sarapis, Anubis, and Harpokrates. Both volumes slightly rubbed, sunning to both spines, minor spotting to fore-edges, gilt illustrations on boards experienced minor rubbing, very light foxing to first and final few leaves, volume two slightly cocked, else vg. For the set. 600.00 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Doull, Bookseller (A.B.A.C.)]
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        Encyclopedia Britannica: Eleventh Edition

      1911 - Eleventh Edition. Full leather. 28 volumes + volume 29 index. 1912 new volumes 30,31,32. Thirteenth edition new volumes I,II,III. Yearbook 1913. Also included These Eventful Years volumes 1 &2. All volumes exhibit some wear to varying degrees. Split at spine of index. Please observe photographs. This is a very very heavy set, 40 kilograms/100 pounds. The listed price includes postage to any Australian address. Unfortunately, international buyers will be asked for additional postage on this very heavy item. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Holy Bible.Containing the Old and New Testament & The Apocrypha.

      The Ballantyne Press,London and Edinburgh.,1911 - Three large 8vo volumes. Printed on India Paper. Limited edition, only 750 sets published. Fully illustrated throughout with colour plates of views of the Holy Land. Fine delux publishers leather bindings of full brown morocco with Arts and Crafts style Line and box design to both boards and spines. Gilt lettering to spines. Top edges gilt. Lovely decorative set. Binding designed by Cedric Chivers of Bath.:. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Stories From Hans Andersen

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1911. - One of 100 Copies Printed on Japanese Vellum Signed by Edmund DulacA Unique CopyIn a Handsome, Unrecorded Variant Binding[DULAC, Edmund, illustrator]. ANDERSEN, Hans [Christian]. Stories from Hans Andersen. With Illustrations by Edmund Dulac. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1911].Edition de Luxe, limited to 100 numbered copies printed on Japanese Vellum and signed by the artist, this copy being no. 20. Large quarto (12 1/8 x 9 3/4 inches; 309 x 249 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 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.Original dark chocolate brown pigskin pictorially stamped with three-peacock design and lettered in gilt on front cover and spine, with Hodder & Stoughton gilt-stamped at spine foot. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Endpapers printed in pale green with repeated design of stylized peacocks. A stunning copy, unique, and arguably the finest copy of the De Luxe Edition. The binding and endpapers do not conform to Hughey's description, and appear to be unique to this handsome copy. As she notes, the pigskin binding, ("brandy colour," not dark chocolate-brown, as here), should only have two thin gilt rules as frame, gilt lettering, date 1911 on spine, and white endpapers, not illustrated as here and in the trade edition. We contacted her for insight. Having seen only two copies of the Edition De Luxe, William Randolph Hearst's and another viewed at a Washington book fair, she reports:"So, where does your copy fit in? And when was it bound? I tend to think it was done close to original printing time, November 1911. There were a lot of oddball copies done then.The title was sold very quickly - all sold by December 1911. The fact that your endpapers are paper available at the time [to the trade edition] tends to date it.It is possible that someone or firm had this done for your copy #20. Your copy's binding design on front cover is clearly an adaptation of the endpapers but I do not think by Dulac as it does not appear in any of his other editions of Hans Andersen's work. Someone may not have liked the plain cover."If that's the case, we'd like to thank them. This special copy is the better for it.Hughey 27.

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        Stories From the Pentamerone

      London: Macmillan and Co., 1911. - Edition de Luxe - Limited to One Hundred and Fifty CopiesThe Richard Manney Copy in the Extremely Scarce Dust JacketThe Best Copy We Have Ever Seen[GOBLE, Warwick, illustrator]. BASILE, Giambatista. Stories From the Pentamerone. Selected and Edited by E.F. Strange. Illustrated by Warwick Goble. London: Macmillan and Co., 1911. Edition de Luxe, limited to 150 copies. Quarto (11 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches; 286 x 222 mm.). xii, 301[-302] pp. Thirty-two color plates tipped-in onto heavy brown stock, with captioned tissue guards. Original vellum over boards, front cover lettered and pictorially stamped in gilt, spine lettered in gilt. Later yellow silk ties. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Original blue paper dust jacket pictorially decorated and lettered in gold. Chemised and housed in a full blue morocco slipcase by M.J. Adjarian. A very fine copy. In the incredibly scarce dust jacket and with vellum unusually clean and bright this copy is, without question, the finest copy we have ever seen and the only one in the original printed dust jacket."Goble was strongly influenced by Japanese art and by Chinese paintings, his colour washes are extremely subtle and stroked on with the brush, his compositions consciously oriental, He worked almost entirely for publishers like Messrs. Black and Messrs Macmillan who were specializing in colour plate books" (Houfe, p.318).Manney Sale, Sotheby's October 11, 1991, lot 150. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sport on the Setit. The Narrative of a Sporting Trip along the Rivers Atbara and Setit

      Canterbury, UK: Cross & Jackman, 1911, 1st edition - Crown 8vo. With a rifle borrowed from Powell-Cotton, the author journeyed along the banks of the Sudan’s Atbara and Setit rivers. Cobb and his hunting partner bagged an elephant as well as trophy waterbuck, roan and greater kudu. A most difficult little book to find, probably due to a small printing run by its Canterbury publisher [Czech, African Big Game, 2011, p. 64]. Original slate blue cloth with gilt titles, spine lightly darkened but titles very legible. Light soiling to fore edge. Tiny wear spot to edge of rear board. A little light foxing to prelims. Illustrated with photo plates. A very good+, tight copy of a very scarce work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A SNAPSHOT; PARIS, 1911

      - Hand-pulled photogravure, 5 3/8 x 6 5/8 inches. Archivally matted with window over mat. Fine. The image is a fine photogravure from CAMERA WORK 41, 1913.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd., ABAA]
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        The Faras-Nama-E Rangin or The Book Of The Horse

      Bernard Quaritch, London 1911 - Solid copy in olive cloth boards, frt bd ruled in gilt with ornate blindstamped image of man riding a very ornately dressed horse, holding a falcon on his right arm. The gilt title on spine is legible, but barely: An Urdu Treatise on the Horse imprinted at the head, Translated by D. C. Philllott in center of backstrip and 1911 in gilt at foot. TEG, others trimmed. Cloth mottled and discolored on periphery, concentrating at the foot of spine. 1/2 in tear in cloth at frt and rear gutter, with cloth pulled and frayed only at head of spine. Bd tips bumped with rub at frt bd fore edge, others showing color loss but no rub through. Book now sleeved in heavy archival, removable mylar. All in all a very presentable copy of a very rare treatise on horsemanship dating back to 1200 BC. Endpps age toned, vintage Oxford bookstore sticker on frt pastdn. Provenance of this volume is from the library of Dr. William Lay, former MFH of the Oakbrook Hounds, IL. and bears his name/addy stamp on both endpps and pastdns, and one personal stamp on the lower margin of one inner page affecting no type. Frt hinge fine, rear inner hinge paper has a 2 in. crack in the center of the page, but all pages holding fine. Only the tissue guard on the frontis is half detached, plate is secure and going nowhere. 19 pg intro followed by 83 pgs of text. Frontis glossy plate and two line drawings in the text. Translated from the Urdu by Lieut.-Colonel D. C. Phillott, F.A.S.B. Secretary and Members Board of Examiners Calcutta; Fellow of the Calcutta University; Editor of the Faras-Nama of Hashimi, etc. Translator has dedicated this book to The Lord St. Davids In Memory of Bygone Days (as printed, not handwritten). Book was printed for Bernard Quaritch, 11 Grafton St, London by Norman and Son, Floral Street, Covent Garden London and bears a lovely acorn/oak leaf BQ crest on last page. From the translators intro: No Eastern treatise on the horse would be complete without a reference to some of the traditions regarding its origin. The present treatise, written by an Indian Muslim, deals with the Indian horse chiefly from a Muslim point of view. But, before giving an account of the Muslim traditions regarding the horse, I am tempted to say something gathered from Hindu writings. Phillpott then goes on in his 19 pg intro to discuss the very particular details of what a quality horse should look & behave like. He also shares the Hindu mythology of the four origins, castes or types of horses. By Hindus, horses are divided into four great castes: Brahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya, and Shudra. The horse that buries its muzzle up to the eyes when drinking is a Brahman; that which paws the ground while drinking is a Kshatriya; that which sucks in the water is a Vaishya; and that which shies at water and backs from it is a Shudra. The Brahman horse is brave in battle; the Kshatriya horse, even if it breaks down by riding, bears its master to the end of the stage; the Vaishya horse gallops and shies; the Shudra horse is a coward in war, throws its master in fight, and flees away, terrified. Just a brief sample of the fascinating reading within. Chapters include: Intro/ Reason for Writing The Book/ On the Points (WASF) of Horses/ On "Feathers"/ Traditional Defects/ On Spavin, Etc/ Eyesores and Defects/ On the Colours and Marks in Horses/ The Five Common Defects/ On the Best Breeding Districts (KHET) in India/ To Ascertain the Age of a Horse/ On the Treatment of Diseases/ The Treatment of the Foal/ On the Eight Forms of Colic (Kurkuri) and their Treatment/ Tetanus (Chandni-zada, adj., and Chandni, subs.)/ Chest-Founder (Chhati-band or Sina-band, adj.)/ Canker of the Foot/ Miscellaneous (4 chapters)/ On Ratib, Halwa and Khir/ Conclusion/ Appendix A: Signs Language and Jargon/ Appendix B: Miscellaneous Notes and Receipts from Various Indian Sources/ Appendix C: Vocabulary of Technical Terms. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Adrian Savage

      Harper and Brothers New York 1911 - First Edition. H. S. Potter dustjacket art and frontis. Contemporary romance novel of a young man with an English father and French mother, by the daughter of author Charles Kingsley, who under a pseudonym became a very successful and early feminist novelist of her day. Extremely scarce in original publisher's illustrated dustjacket. Near Fine in Very Good modestly foxed dustjacket, few small edge chips and short closed tears, chip at mid-rear flap edge. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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      Hodder and Stoughton. London.,1911 - FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (8 x 5.7 inches). Illustrated with a decorative title page and twelve full page plates by Bedford. A fine, clean and bright copy in a recent leather binding of full dark green morocco, the spine with five raised bands, ruled, decorated and lettered in gilt. Single gilt ruled border on boards. Top edge gilt. The publishers original highly decorative green cloth front board and spine have been bound in at the rear. A fine copy of the true First printing of this classic title, featuring Captain Hook, Never-Never Land, The Lost Boys, Nana and, of course, Tinkerbell (or Tinker Bell as she is named in this story).: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Peter and Wendy

      Hodder & Stoughton Ltd - No date (1911). Hardcover in green cloth with gilt titles and decorations to spine and front cover which has faded in places. A few small paint stains on back cover and some edge wear. Front end paper has creasing. A very nice copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Old Abbey Bookshop]
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        Diane au bois. comédie héroïque en 2 actes en vers.

      Carteret (ancienne librairie Conquet) 1911 - - Carteret (ancienne librairie Conquet), Paris 1911, In 4 (21x29,8cm), 108pp., relié. - Première édition, illustrée de 14 compositions en lithographie de Maurice Eliot. Exemplaire imprimé pour M. E. Terré. Texte dans un encadrement. Grand Velin. Demi maroquin chocolat à coins signé Lortic. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Quelques pâles rousseurs en début d'ouvrage. Minimes frottements. Bel exemplaire. 108pp. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Lettre autographe signee.

      Honfleur, 10. VII. 1911.. 2 pages in-4to, en-tete manuscrite "La Chaumiere route de Trouville Honfleur (Calvados)".. Belle lettre de Guitry, agrementee de petits croquis, travaillant sur sa prochaine piece de theatre "Un Beau Mariage": "Je viens de recevoir ta lettre qui m'a fait tant de peine. Je te confirme ma depeche qui vient de partir, je travaille avec un acharnement que tu prends de loin pour de la lenteur. Et puis ce qui retarde encore l'envoi des 3 derniers actes c'est cette idee lumineuse que j'ai eue de faire imprimer mon manuscrit. Hier j'exprimais au prote mon impatience. Il me repondit avec un pauvre air navre: 'Monsieur, je manque de caractere!'. C'est touchant. Mais surtout, il ne faut pas que tu sois inquiet. Comme je ne veux pas que ton attente dure un jour de plus, voici la description illustree des deux decors que je souhaite pour les trois derniers actes. 2e acte [illustration a l'encre d'un decor] 3et 4eme actes [illustration a l'encre d'un decor]. Il n'ya d'indispensable dans ces deux decors que les deux portes et l'antichambre et la rampe d'escalier du 2eme acte, et, au 3eme et 4e actes ce qui est indispensable c'est l'herbe, les pommiers, l'entree de la maison, l'allee et un panorama au fond. Les arrangements que j'ai apportes a ma piece ne necessitent plus qu'un seul acte a condition qu'il dure une bonne demi heure. Et si cet acte doit toucher que 10 frs ce qui est son cas, je prefere qu'il soit d'un ami. Si on reprenait 'quand il y en a pour deux' hein? Et Dorgere? Je ne crois pas que ce soit une mauvaise idee. Ca peut peut-etre l'amuser de jouer sans payer. A ce propos je te communique trois petits projets d'affiches: [3 dessins d'affiche d'"Un Beau Mariage"] As-tu vu Madame Henriot pour le role de Madame Beauthier? Qu'est-ce qu'on fera pour la 10eme? Repetes le 1er septembre? Jamais je n'ai vu un homme aussi mechant que toi. As-tu recu tes crevettes? Bravo pour ton proces sur Bataille [...]". - Un Beau Mariage, comedie en 3 actes jouee pour la premiere fois au Theatre de la Renaissance en 1911.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Sensitive Plant. Introduction by Edmund Gosse

      London: William Heinemann, n.d. (1911)., 1911. First Charles Robinson Illustrated Edition, DELUXE ISSUE. Quarto. Publisher's vellum binding heavily decorated in gilt to spine and upper board, black and white illustrated end papers, top edge gilt. Profusely decorated with line drawings throughout, coloured cartouches and 18 tipped-in coloured illustrations. In the present copy the pictorial half-title hase beeen trimmed re-mounted as a tipped in plate before frontis. Internally clean, decorative bookplate 'Pamela Sutherland', discreet ink note 'Xmas 1977', vellum a little rubbed and marked; shows extrelmely well.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        [Liegender Akt.]

      o.O., o. J. [1911].. ORadierung. ca. 9,8 x 24,8 cm.. Mit der eighd. Signatur, dat. 1911.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        The birds of the British Islands.

      London: E. Grant Richards, 1906-1911. - Large quarto,five volumes,318 uncoloured plates by Lillian Medland. Publisher's cloth, top edge gilt, a few flecks, internally some light spotting. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Andrew Isles Natural History Books]
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        In Northern Mists. Arctic Exploration in Early Times. Translated by Arthur G. Chater. 2 vols.

      . London 1911. With 2 frontispieces in colour pasted in and with many textual drawings in b/w. XI + 415 pp. Publisher's pictorial cloth. With small marginal notes in pencil..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Paris. 1911. Tela. 5h+484Pag+1h. 32X25. Magnifico Album Botanico por grabados con su correspondiente descripcion. Muy raro. Contiene muesca en pag 187. Ref 7.2 Biblioteca A.

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        The Phantom of the Opera

      The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1911. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1911: First edition, first printing. In Very Good condition, lacking dust jacket. Frontis illustration and tissue guard intact; only three of the four double page illustrations are present. Occasional spotting, creases and wear to pages. Front paste down has remnants of a bookplate, with offsetting from this to the front free end paper. Boards are lightly soiled and edge worn. Publisher's imprint at base of spine is rubbed. A nice copy of the scarce First American Edition of this beloved classic.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Beauty and the Beast Picture Book

      1911. Fifteen Marvelous Full Page Color Illustrations by Walter CraneIn the Original Printed Dust JacketCRANE, Walter. Beauty and the Beast Picture Book Containing Beauty and the Beast; The Frog Prince; The Hind in the Wood: With the Original Coloured Designs by Walter Crane. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, [n.d. ca. 1915]. First American edition thus. Large quarto (10 11/16 x 9 inches; 271 x 228 mm.). 33 leaves, including pictorial title-page printed in red and black and fifteen full-page color illustrations (including three double-page). Publishers tan cloth, front cover decoratively stamped in black, spine lettered in black, gray endpapers. A fine copy in the original pictorial dust jacket printed in red and black (neat tape repair to spine folds). The Frog Prince and The Hind in the Wood were first published between 1870 and 1874 in the Sixpenny Toybooks series. Beauty and the Beast was first published in 1874 in the Shilling Toybooks series."Beauty and the Beast, 1874. This was one of the new shilling series of Toybooks which Crane designed for Routledge. It was reissued by John Lane in 1901 as Beauty and the Beast Picture Book, with the Frog Prince and The Hind in the Wood. This design (the double-page color illustration in Beauty and the Beast) is a classic montage of Crane's decorative interests, spread across two pages of the original book." (Rodney Engen. Walter Crane as a Book Illustrator, p. 19).

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        Fabric from the Wright EX ?Vin Fiz? ? the biplane which made the first transcontinental flight across the USA in 1911 ? with Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum certification

      Original fabric, 2? x 2?, from the historic biplane, affixed to a 14.5? x 19.5? (visible) poster beneath a 10? x 8? printed photograph of the ?Vin Fiz? in flight. Framed to 16.5? x 21.5?. Printed caption (above the fabric): ?Wright EX ?Vin Fiz? / Pilot: Calbraith Perry Rodgers.? (beneath the fabric): ?Original Fabric / The ?Vin Fiz? made the first U.S. transcontinental flight in 1911 taking off from Sheepshead Bay, Long / Island, New York on September 17 and landing in Pasadena, California on November 5. Calbraith Perry / Rodgers covered the 6953 kilometers (4321 miles) in 82 hours and 2 minutes flying time at an average speed / of 84 kilometers per hour (52 miles per hour) with seventy landings en route. The ?Vin Fiz? is part of the / Collection of the National Air and Space Museum.?Calbraith Perry Rodgers (1879-1912), the great-grandson of Oliver Hazard Perry, was sponsored by Vin Fiz, a grape soft drink, hence the name of his aircraft, a 35-horsepower Wright EX bipla

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Peter and Wendy

      London, Hodder & Stoughton, [1911], 1911. Hardcover. Very Good. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1911]: True First Edition, First Printing, undated on the verso of the title page, as called for. In About Very Good condition, though a bit fragile. The pages show occasional wear, foxing to side edge of page block. Offsetting, tide marks and damage to end sheets, as well as exposed hinges. The front hinge appears repaired. The cloth shows edge wear, light scuffing and fading. The white stamping to the spine is completely rubbed. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Goethe Kalender auf das Jahr 1911, 1913, 1914, 1917, 1919, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1929 bis 1943 / später: Mit Goethe durch das Jahr - Ein Kalender für das Jahr 1949 bis 2008, Konvolut von insg. 78 Bänden, davon 60 in braunem Ganzleder,

      Leipzig/Zürich/Ffm., Dieterich / Artemis / Artemis und Winkler, 1911-2008,. 8°, später kl.8°, abertausende Seiten mit s/w-Abb., Illustr., Dokumentenabbildungen, Porträts etc., teilweise noch mit den original Verlags- und Werbebeigaben, illustr. original Pappbände bzw. original Leineneinbände, die 60 Bände von 1949 bis 2008 in einheitlich braunem Ganzleder mit goldener Rückenbeschriftung ('Goethe + Jahreszahl), einige der ganz frühen Bände insg. etwas altersspurig, der Rücken von Band 1922 oben mit sehr kleiner Fehlstelle, die Rücken der Bände 1929 bis 1933, 1937, 1942 und 1943, minimal fleckig, Vorderdeckel des Bandes 1943 ebenfalls etwas fleckig, Die Bände 1949, 1950 und 1951 in sorgfältig ausgeführer und originalgroßet Kopie (und natürlich ebenfalls in Leder eingebunden), sonst schöne, saubere Exemplare (die Bände 1949-2008 tadellos) (L). Die einzelnen Kalender nicht sonderlich rar (außer 1949, 1950 und 1951), aber fast komplett und die Bände 1949-2008 in Ganzleder ist dann doch nicht so häufig auffindbar. Eine wunderbare Sammlung!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Orban & Streu GbR (Versand m]
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        Tänzerin mit Tamburin 1911

      1911. Scherenschnitt auf Velin montiert, ca. 9,7 x 10 cm. R. u. Darstellung sign. u. dat.: "Engert 1911". Der linke Fuß fehlt; Untersatz mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren. Identische Darstellung in (Auswahl): Bestandskat. Limburg 2002, S. 16, Kat. Nr. 5, dort mit "Tänzerin" betitelt; vgl. auch Heusinger 1977, S. 84, Abb. 152, Kat. Nr. 119..

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        Napoleon I. Sein Leben und seine Zeit. 9 Bde. München und Leipzig, Georg Müller und Albert Langen 1911-1934. Gr.8° (24,5 x 16 cm). Zusammen über 4.600 S. Mit zahlreichen Abb.-Tafeln, Textabbildungen und 2 mehrfach gefalteten Karten. Orig.-Halbleder mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und goldgeprägter Rückenornamentik.

      München, Leipzig: Georg Müller, Albert Langen, 1911. Die ersten 3 Bände mit altem handschriftlichen Besitzvermerk auf dem Innendeckel. - Die bis heute umfassendste Biographie in deutscher Sprache über einen der bedeutendsten Herrscher der Weltgeschichte. - Äußerst dekorative Ausgabe in sehr guter Gesamterhaltung..

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        The Phantom of the Opera

      The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1911. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1911: First edition, first printing; with Braunworth & Co. slug at bottom of the copyright page. Lacks exceedingly rare dust jacket. All four plates are intact, along with frontis illustration and tissue guard. Previous owner name to front free end paper. Clean text, though pages show occasional wear to corners. Binding lightly shaken. Cloth shows light soiling and wear. Edge wear to corners and spine ends, wear to a few small areas of the white stamping. Back strip shows faint reading creases. A nice copy of the scarce First American Edition of this beloved classic.

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        Specimens of Bushman Folklore

      London George Allen & Company Ltd 1911. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Rebacked and restored. Rubbing and title fading to upper board. Expert repair to top edge and part of fore edge of introductory pages, some of which have minor text loss. Contents firm First Edition Green hardback cloth cover 230mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). xl, 468pp. B/w and colour illustrations.

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        The Compleat Angler or the Contemplative Man's Recreation . . [with preface, "A Preliminary Cast" by R. B. Marston]

      London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1911] - The Deluxe edition of the first Complete Angler to be illustrated by James Thorpe First Thorpe edition. Number 98 of 250 copies of the edition de luxe, signed by the illustrator James Thorpe. 4to. 25 color plate and numerous illustrations by James Thorpe. [xvi], 167 pp. Bound in full green morocco gilt, spine gilt with raised bands, t.e.g., others untrimmed, by Bayntun- Riviere for Sotherans. Fine copy in a matching open-faced cloth morocco tipped slipcase. Coigney 250 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura 1 Edicion. Madrid. 1911. 215Pag+5h. 26X20. Por D. Mariano Rubio y bellve, Teniente Coronel de Ingenieros. Ingeniero jefe de la Sociedad anonima "El Tibidavo". De la traccion animal a la traccion electrica. La revelacion de su primitiva tecnica completamente detalla tanto en su construccion como instalacion con fotografias. Primera y unica edicion. Dificil en comercio. Ref-9.1 Biblioteca A.

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        Peter and Wendy

      London: Hodder and Stoughton,, [1911]. Octavo. Original green cloth, spine and front board lettered and decorated in gilt. With the dust jacket. 12 monochrome plates. Cloth a little darkened to the edges, upper tip of the front board slightly bumped; an excellent copy in the faded, ragged and partially defective jacket. First edition, first impression. The origins of Peter Pan as a literary character were somewhat protracted. Barrie had found fame as a writer of prose, initially with Scottish story-collections such as Auld Licht Idylls and A Window in Thrums, and then a sequence of novels that established him as a leading novelist of the 1890s. The character of Peter Pan first appeared as a book-within-a-book in his London story-collection The Little White Bird (1902), by which time Barrie was increasingly turning away from prose to concentrate on drama. His two plays of that year, Quality Street and The Admirable Crichton, were both successful but eclipsed by the enormous success of Peter Pan, which opened on 27 December 1904 and broke all previous theatrical records. In 1906 Barrie sanctioned the publication of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, with the text extracted from The Little White Bird in which Peter is a seven-day-old infant, and illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Barrie reserved for himself the task of turning his theatrical success into a novel - Peter and Wendy. It tells the familiar story of the stage version, with Peter as an older child flying off with Wendy and the other Darling children to battle Captain Hook and his pirates, but Barrie added a final chapter to the book in which Peter returns for Wendy years later, when she is grown with a child of her own. The stage play itself was not published until 1928.

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      Charles Scribner's Sons, NY 1911 - The extremely rare first American edition of Barrie's timeless tale with 13 half-tone illustrations & illustrated title page by Bedford. Light foxing to the first table of contents page, a bookplate from the first owner, a little wear to the spine top with faded lettering, a little dulling to the gilt titles & decorations on the front cover 3 tiny white specks. Overall a nice copy of this highly desirable edition. OUT OF PRINT. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      1911. Illustrated. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1911. 6 pp undated ads. Original blue-grey cloth with affixed front cover illustration. First Edition, which consisted of only 4,265 copies. Jack had planned for his and Charmian's voyage on this 45-foot ketch (costing him at least $30,000) to be a seven-year one -- but diseases (especially yaws) and financial crises reduced it to a two-year fiasco (1907-1909). Illustrated with his own photographs, this book is a compilation of the accounts he sent back to the magazine that had helped fund the boat's construction.~The foreword to his account of the voyage, THE CRUISE OF THE SNARK, was very revealing. "The ultimate word is I LIKE," he confessed. "It is I LIKE that makes the drunkard drunk and the martyr wear a hair shirt; that makes one man a reveler and another man an anchorite; that makes one man pursue fame, another gold, another love, and another God. Philosophy is very often a man's way of explaining his own I LIKE." Yet what of a man who wanted drink and revolution, revelry and intense study, fame, gold, love, and faith in mankind all at once, as Jack did? He could only try to do everything simultaneously, at the waste of his energy, at the eventual cost of his life. I LIKE is the cry of the child, not the voice of the grown man, which is I ACCEPT. [Sinclair]~As in all copies, the title leaf is a cancel. This is a fine, bright copy (one small edge-chip in the rear paste-down) of a book tough to find in this condition. Sisson & Martens p. 58; Blanck 11929.

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        Peter and Wendy

      Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911: Unstated American printing, early, copyright page is dated 1911 and the Scribner seal is present though this is a slightly smaller format than the first edition. In original dust jacket with price of $2.50 intact. In Very Good condition, in a Good+ dust jacket. Clean text. Sound binding. Offsetting to end sheets. Cloth shows faint wear at corners and spine ends, light blemish to top of rear board. The dust jacket shows chipping and rubbing, with light staining or discoloration to the majority of the spine and rear panel A nice copy, presents well. Rare in jacket.

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        WHEN GOD LAUGHS and Other Stories

      1911. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1911. 4 pp undated ads. Original olive cloth decorated in light green and orange. First Edition of this collection of twelve short stories, illustrated with six plates. The edition consisted of 3,758 copies, a relatively small number for Macmillan's printings of London's works. Included is "The Apostate," which would subsequently be published separately by socialist presses. Two others, "Semper Idem" and "The 'Francis Spaight'," "were ghoulish in their lip-licking over throat cutting" [Sinclair]. This book was published during Jack's last period of relative happiness, while he and Charmian were ensconced as landowners on their "Beauty Ranch" -- after his return from the disastrous Snark voyage, and before his decision to construct the "Wolf House."~This is a bright copy of this attractively-bound book (a Decorative Designers production); it is in fine condition, essentially as new. Sisson & Martens p. 52; Blanck 11926.

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        Quintae partis declamatoriae operum in Lutherum & alios. Ingolstadt (?) G. Krapff 1535. Fol. 4 Bll., 144 num.Bll., 1 Bl., mit 8 Textholzschnitten.- Angeb.: Dionysius Carthusianus, In epistolas omnes canonicas, in Acta apostolorum, & in Apocalypsim, piaeaceruditae enarrationes. Köln P. Quentell 1533. 6 Bll., 211 num.Bll., 1 Bl., mit Holzschn.-Titelbordüre u. 1 Textholzschn. Holzdeckelbd. d. Zt. mit blindgepr. Schweinsldr. bezogen.

      . . I)VD 16, E 394 - Metzler, Eck 77 IV(1) - Adams E 24 - Panzer VII, 130,34 - nicht in STC.- Seltener, BM u. Panzer zufolge vermutlich in Augsburg entstandener Druck. Stalla erwähnt keinen Ingolstädter Drucker od. Verleger Georg Krapff.- Eck war Prof. der Theologie in Ingolstadt u. der Hauptgegner Luthers. Er "ließ vom Ablaßstreite an bis in die Zeit nach den Religionsgesprächen keine Gelegenheit ungenutzt, um ihm entgegenzutreten und ihn disputatorisch wie literarisch zu bekämpfen" (RGG II, 302).- II) VD 16, D 1911 - Adams D 602 - nicht in STC.- Dionysus aus Rickel (Niederlande) war Schüler des Cusanus und gehörte zu den entschiedenen Anhängern einer Reform der Kirche an Haupt und Gliedern.- Titel v. I) 2fach gestempelt, durchgehend etw. gebräunt u. fleckig, tls. gering wasserrandig, wenige Unterstreichungen u. Marginalien, Vorsätze entfernt, Ebd. berieben u. fleckig, Schließen fehlen.

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        Die Sunda-Expedition des Vereins für Geographie und Statistik zu Frankfurt am Main.

      Frankfurt am Main, Verlag H.Minjon, 1911/ 1912.. 2 Bände. EA. Mit zusammen 61 Tafeln mit sehr zahlr. fotogr. Abb., 7 Karten (teils farbig, teils gefaltet,teils mehrfach gefaltet) sowie 300 Abb. im Text (Fotografien und Zeichnungen) und eine mehrf. gefaltete Stammtafel. (So vollständig). XVI, 274 S. plus Tafelanhang / XV, (1), 373 Tafelanhang. 4°. OHLdr.-Bände mit Lederecken, marmorierten Deckeln, Rücken-Goldprägung und Kopf-Rotschnitt. Leder teils gering berieben, sonst ausgezeichnet erhalten, sauber, vollständig und fest in der Bindung.. Elbert leitete die "Sundaexpedition" des Vereins für Geographie und Statistik zu Frankfurt/Main 1909/10 nach Lombok, Südost-Celebes einschließlich der Inseln Tukang-besi, Muna und Butan, nach Kabaena, Sumbawa, Flores und Wetar. Die geographisch-geologischen sowie ethnologischen Ergebnisse werden in diesen beiden hervorragend ausgestatteten und dekorativen Bänden dargestellt.

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        A Book of Children's Verse

      1911. first edition. Poetry and Verse for ChildrenOne of One Hundred Signed CopiesGRAY, M[illicent] Etheldreda, illustrator. A Book of Children's Verse, Arranged by Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch… London: Henry Frowde [&] Hodder & Stoughton, [1911]. Edition de Luxe. Limited to 100 numbered copies (this being #11) signed by M. Etheldreda Gray. Quarto (10 1/4 x 7 7/8 inches; 258 x 200 mm.). xii, [13]-[336] pp. Twenty full page color plates mounted onto heavy stock cream paper, with captioned tissue guards. Publishers full vellum over beveled boards, front cover and spine decoratively stamped and lettered in gilt, gilt turn-ins, top edge gilt, others uncut. A near fine copy.This magnificent compilation includes works by many, many great poets subdivided into nine sections: 1. Fairies and Fancies2. Birds and Flowers, Beasts and Insects3. Stories in Verse4. Romance and Heroism5. Good Behaviour6. Fun and Frolic7. Bedtime8. For Sundays and Quiet Days9. Miscellaneous PoemsThese sections include poems by William Shakespeare, Clement C. Moore, William Makepeace Thackeray, Walter De La Mare, R.W. Emerson, George MacDonald, John Keats, Alfred Tennyson, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Wordsworth, Charles and Mary Lamb, Robert Browning; Lewis Carroll, Oliver Goldsmith, Robert Louis Stevenson, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Kingsley, Austin Dobson, John Dryden and Fred E. Weatherly amongst many others.Millicent Etheldreda Gray was born in London in 1873. She studied at the Cope and Nicol School and at the Royal Academy Schools. As an illustrator she worked in watercolor for rather expensively produced books with tipped-in color plates. Her illustrations were in a closely-worked style, with furnishings and settings carefully depicted. Her book illustrations include A Book of Children's Verse (1911), Princess Mary's Gift Book (1914), The Queen's Gift Book (1915) and Little Women (1922),Mabel Quiller-Couch was the daughter of Thomas Quiller-Couch of Bodmin and his wife Mary (née Ford), and younger sister of the critic Arthur Quiller-Couch. She was one of five children of whom Arthur was the eldest son. After a disappointment in love she lived with her younger sister Lilian, also a writer, in Hampstead. She was the author of a number of novels and the compiler of an anthology of writings about the University of Oxford up to 1850. A Book of Children's Verse was jointly edited with her sister Lilian.Simon Houfe. The Dictionary of British Illustrators and Caricaturists 1800-1914, p. 322.

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        Frank Lloyd Wright, Chicago

      Berlin: Wasmuth, 1911. See above. Very Good. C.R. Ashbee foreword. The original copy was in wraps. This is a special bound copy with the original cover & spine laid on. Issued as "8.Sonderheft der Architektur des XX. Jahrhunderts". Unity Temple in color as frontispiece. The 45 illus. were revised for this European ed. 113pp. The German edition of AUSGEFUHRTE BAUTEN... The first major book of photos of Wright's work. (See Sweeney's Bibliography on Wright, #101)

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