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        Originale tegninger til 'Med Luftskib til Mars' af N. Meyn og A. Klingsey.

      18 originale pennetegninger + en tegning til omslaget i farver + et alternativt omslag i farver af Osvald Jensen(?) udført som illustration til "Med Luftskib til Mars", udsendt af Chr. Erichsens Forlag (København) i 1911. Alle signerede og dateret 1911. Tegningerne har nogenlunde samme størrelse, 23 x 19 cm og har tryktekniske bemærkninger på bagsiden. Komplet. Vedlagt er en udgave af bogen fra 1921.. Fremragende række af originale tegninger til en tidlig dansk science fiction-roman. Mesteren er Karl Hansen Reistrup (1863-1929), der bl.a. blev uddannet i Paris. Reistrup havde et bredt favnende talent og har lavet stor keramisk kunst for Kählers værksted, dekorative malerier i skønvirke-stilen, dekorationer til Københavns Rådhus og Aarhus Teater, skulpturer - især elefanterne på Carlsberg - og ikke mindst bogillustrationer. Illustrationerne her gengiver en levende og frodig verden på Mars med skræmmende, langlemmede beboere, der selvfølgelig kan tæmmes af de kloge mennesker. Der er også et par helt vidunderlige gengivelser af rumskibet.** Den fantastiske fortælling i bedste Jules Verne-stil er skrevet af Niels Gustav Meyn, der debuterede som science fiction-forfatter med dette samarbejde med August Klingsey. Der var kun gjort spæde forsøg til danske science fiction bøger før Meyns gennembrud - f.eks. en Jules Verne-inspireret novelle af Vilhelm Bergsøe, eller måske endda Holbergs Niels Klim. De pragtfulde tegninger er helt tæt på arnen af dansk science fictions støbning.*** Collection of original pen drawings to one of the first Danish science fiction books 'Med luftskib til Mars'. The illustrator is Karl Hansen Reistrup and the collection includes 18 original drawings, a drawing in colour for the cover and an alternative drawing for the cover by another artist. All are signed and dated (1911) by the artist. The drawings depict the fierce martians attacking the human visitors as well as a couple of wonderful depictions of a space ship in perfect Jules Verne style

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        Works, The

      1896-1911. The Standard Edition"Numbered and Initialed by George Meredith.GEORGE, Meredith. The Works... Westminster: Archibald Constable and Co., 1896-1911. [The Memorial edition], limited to 1025 copies, this being copy no. 527, numbered and initialed (GMM) by Meredith. Thirty-six octavo volumes (8 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches; 216 x 142 mm.). Frontispiece to first volume. Armorial bookplate of Louise G. Emmet on front pastedowns.Contemporary three-quarter crimson morocco over red cloth boards ruled in gilt by Birdsall of Northampton (stamp-signed). Spines decoratively gilt in compartments, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. Original cloth covers preserved at end. The mildest of wear. Occasional mild, scattered foxing. A handsome set."Ah, Meredith! Who can define him? His style is chaos illumined by flashes of lightning" (Oscar Wilde). His signature is extremely rare; lightning strikes this initialed set."The Memorial Edition of the Works of George Meredith... is the standard edition" (Encyclopedia Britannica).Victorian novelist George Meredith's (1828-1909) writing was characterized by a fascination with imagery and indirect references. He had a keen understanding of comedy and his Essay on Comedy (1877) is still quoted in most discussions of the history of comic theory. In The Egoist, published in 1879, he applies some of his theories of comedy in one of his most enduring novels. Some of his writings, including The Egoist, also highlight the subjection of women during the Victorian period. During most of his career, he had difficulty achieving popular success. His first truly successful novel was Diana of the Crossways published in 1885. His first big novel, The Ordeal of Richard Feverel, was judged so shocking that Mudie's circulating library canceled an order of 300 copies. Meredith was richly honored: he succeeded Lord Tennyson as president of the Society of Authors, and in 1905 he was appointed to the Order of Merit by King Edward VII.

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        THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA. Getting Married, & The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet. Inscribed

      London: Constable and Company, 1911 Shaw, George Bernard. THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA. Getting Married, & The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet. Inscribed. London: Constable & Co., 1911. "Life does not cease to be funny when people die any more than it ceases to be serious when people laugh." Sm. 8vo., 407pp., pale green cloth, gilt, t.e.g. A very good or better example of the first edition, first printing. Three plays in one volume, including a list of other works by Shaw at the end of the book. This copy inscribed on the half-title in black fountain pen: "To Robert Loraine / from Bernard Shaw. / 23rd Feb. 1911". Laurence A108. Loraine [1876-1935] was a man of action: actor-manager, soldier, aviator, Fabian & of course, a close friend to Shaw - perhaps best known as an actor he's seen most commonly on holiday with the Shaw’s & Harley Granville-Barker or at Fabian events. Loraine & Shaw shared political affiliations & a passion for theatre: it was Loraine who premiered as the lead in Man & Superman on Broadway, the production was massively successful & launched Shaw as a force to be reckoned with in the United States. A significant association copy. Custom TBCL embossed cloth slipcase in fine condition. . Signed by Author. First Edition.

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        POIL DE CAROTTE. Compositions et gravure originale de Lobel-Riche.

      In-4 p. (mm. 280x186), astuccio, elegante legatura firmata (Santagostino - Milano) in p. marocchino, dorso a cordoni con tit. oro, sottile cornice dorata ai risg. damascati, conserv. cop. orig. (con alone), pp. 282,(4), magnificamente illustrata da 51 acqueforti originali di Lobel-Riche nel t. + un ritratto dell?A. f.t. Cfr. Carteret,IV, p. 338: ?Très belle publication cotée, qui mérite encore plus d?attention, car elle prouve que, "meme sans couleur", un graveur de grand talent comme Lobel-Riche est capable de donner toutes les satisfactions avec l?eau-forte originale en noir?. Pregiata edizione di 350 esemplari numer. Il ns., 165, fa parte della tiratura di 200 (num. 151 a 350), ?sur vélin, à un seul état des gravures?. In ottimo stato.

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      Edinburgh John Grant 1911.. Twelve volume set, including the Watsons and the letters which is frequently missing. Recent dark blue half calf. Banded gilt decorated spines. Hand marbled boards and endpapers. Top edge gilt others uncut. Light outer edge foxing o/w attractive set. Each vol with frontis illustration. More images on request

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        Studier over metallernes elektrontheori. Afhandling for den filosofiske doktorgrad.Copenhagen / Hannover: V. Thaning & Appel / J. Jørgensen, 1911. First edition.

      A fine copy of Niels Bohr's doctorial thesis. "Bohr's doctoral dissertation, <i>Studier over metallernes elektrontheori</i>(1911), was a purely theoretical work that again exhibited a mastery of the vast subject he had chosen, the electron theory of metals. This theory, which pictures the metallic state as a gas of electrons moving more or less freely in the potential created by the positively charged atoms disposed in a regular lattice, accounted qualitatively for the most varied properties of metals; but it ran into many difficulties as soon as a quantitative treatment was attempted on the basis of then accepted principles of classical electrodynamics.<br/><br/> "In order to throw light on the nature of these difficulties, Bohr developed general methods allowing him to derive the main features of the phenomena from the fundamental assumptions in a very direct way. He could thus clearly exhibit the fundamental nature of the failures of the theory, which were in fact attributed to an insufficiency of the classical principles themselves. Thus, he showed that the magnetic properties of the metals could in no way be derived from a consistent application of these principles. The rigor of his analysis gave him, at this early stage, the firm conviction of the necessity of a radical departure from classical electrodynamics for the description of atomic phenomena." (Rosenfel in DSB). <br/><br/> Bohr's "thesis had pushed him to the outer frontier of classical physics. It could just be that these experiences encouraged him to push into areas beyond, into the mysteries of quantum physics, as he was soon to do" (Abraham Pais). <br/><br/> Rosenfeld, Bohr Bibliography, no. 3; Dictionary of Scientific Biography II, pp. 239; Pais, Niels Bohr's Times, p. 111; see pp. 107-11). Large 8vo (256 x 180 mm), original printed wrappers, upper right corner very slightly bumped, short closed tear to the lower left corner, very faint rubber stamp (unreadable) to the front wrapper, old price to the half tile, the two announcements of the defense laid in - in all a fine copy in its original state

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        Siegfried & The Twilight of the Gods

      London : William Heinemann , 1911 . Limited Edition . Fine . 4TO . Thirty colour plates, nine black and white drawings by Arthur Rackham. Some of his finest, most powerful work. Ths copy number 876 of 1150 signed and numbered copies. Magnificently rebound by noted bookbinder Courtland Benson in full green oasis goatskin, titled and tooled in gold. Slipcase, also by Benson, of acid-free board covered in buckram. Part of original vellum front cover laid in showing title and gilt vignette. TEG. Occasional light foxing.

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        Studier over Metallernes Elektrontheori. Afhandling for den filosofiske Doktorgrad.

      I kommission hos V. Thaning & Appel, København 1911. Small 4to. (6)+120 pages. Bound untrimmed in a private dark brown full leather binding with gilt lettering on the spine and front cover. Top edge gilt. Bound with the original invitation slip for the public thesis defense. Spine slightly faded and with a bit of wear to the upper part of the spine.. From the private library of Aage Bohr.** Inscribed by Niels Bohr to a his mother's sister Hanne (Hanna) Adler: 'Til Moster Hanne fra Niels'. With a further inscription from Hanna Adler til Aage Bohr: 'Til Aage fra Moster Hanna'.*** The doctoral dissertation by Niels Bohr owned by his son.**** Aaserud 4

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        The Divine Comedy

      London. J.M. Dent and Sons. 1911 Spectacularly bound by Zaehnsdorf in 3/4 gilt ruled straight grained crimson morocco and marbled boards. Gilt ruled spine compartments with elaborate multi-chromatic ornate gilt-tooled motifs. Gilt title. t.e.g. 12mo. 5.0" x 7.0". Dante&#39;s classic vision of Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven, regally presented by the world&#39;s most esteemed Bindery. A Very Fine, pristine flawless set.

      [Bookseller: Heldfond Book Gallery, ABAA-ILAB]
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      1911. hardcover. <center><b>inscribed and signed by Jack London to his personal doctor</b></center> <center><b>(who in a few years would sign his death certificate)</b></center> London, Jack. ADVENTURE. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1911. 8 pp undated ads. Original dark blue cloth pictorially decorated in cream and blue-grey. <p>First American Edition, published about a month after Nelson&#39;s British one. London wrote this during the worst days of his 1907-1909 cruise of the "Snark," after he had interrupted the voyage to return to San Francisco to settle financial crises (and to discourage his ex-wife from remarrying). Back on the "Snark," his body became wracked with problems -- malaria, yellow fever, "the Solomon yaws," psoriasis, and, perhaps worst for his ego, hemorrhoids so bad Charmian had to treat them with olive oil...</p> <p><?ms_indent>His elbows were becoming silvery like a leper&#39;s, and his hands were swelling to the size of boxing gloves as their skin fell away, layer after layer. It was a tribute to his courage that he managed to start a new novel, ADVENTURE, while he was waiting &#91;at Guadalcanal] for the steamer to take him and Charmian to hospital in Sydney.</?ms_indent></p> <p><?ms_indent>ADVENTURE is his worst novel, written at the time of his greatest physical agony and public humiliation. Underlying a romance of the Solomon Islands between an English plantation owner and an American girl was a dark story of disease and sadism, a horror of the flesh and its torments. [Sinclair]</?ms_indent></p> <p>Once in Sydney, Jack was hospitalized and was then maintained as an outpatient for five months. In addition to surgery on double rectal fistulas, his case of yaws was treated with arsenic (leaving troughs in his skin): this arsenic, combined with mercury he had probably received earlier for gonorrhea (a condition Bess had cited in her divorce petition), would soon attack his kidneys, brain and nervous system.</p> <p>This is a fine copy of this attractively-bound book (a decorative trade binding signed "G.H."), very slightly rubbed at the extremities. Sisson & Martens p. 56; Blanck 11928.</p> <p><u>The front free endpaper bears an inked presentation inscription signed by the author</u>, "To Dr. W. S. Porter | Jack London | July 29, 1913." It was in the summer of 1913 that Dr. Porter of Oakland became Jack&#39;s personal physician,</p> <p><?ms_indent>warning Jack that he would die of kidney failure if he did not stop drinking, give up raw fish and meat, and start exercising and losing weight. Jack ignored the advice and went on drinking, gobbling underdone duck, and avoiding exercise. To him, the chief merit of his new doctor was that he could now get increasing supplies of the opiates he had first begun taking in the Solomon Islands... From this time forward, morphine and heroin began to replace alcohol as analgesics for his white nights. [Sinclair]</?ms_indent></p> <p>When, on 22 November 1916, Jack lay dying of an apparent morphine overdose (according to the local doctor who first arrived), Dr. Porter would be summoned -- too late; he and a third doctor conferred about the cause of death, and chose to attribute it solely to kidney failure -- which precluded an inquest or autopsy, or questions as to how Jack had gotten the morphine. Jack&#39;s body, and the morphine in it, were quickly cremated. It is Porter&#39;s signature that appears on the death certificate.</p> AMERICAN DECORATIVE TRADE BINDINGS, SIGNED / INSCRIBED / ASSOCIATION COPIES, MARITIME (Sumner & Stillman Code:11667)

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        The Encyclopaedia Britannica; A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, and General Information (Eleventh Edition in 29 Volumes)

      Cambridge: University Press, 1911. Original very dark green leather bordered in gold recto and verso. Top edges gilt. No writing. Each volume of approximately 1000 pp. only one inch thick due to use of India paper. Minimal damage, chiefly limited to cracking of spines. All volumes holding together very well. All volumes have been stored lying flat to prevent damage. Your opportunity to purchase the best one yet.. Eleventh Edition. Full Leather on Flexible Board. Good Plus to Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Maps and Drawings. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

      [Bookseller: Dave Shoots, Bookseller]
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        [Fine Binding] Masken Hamburgische Schauspieler Bildnisse

      Hamburg: Alfred Janssen, 1911. First edition. Bound in sumptuous full blue crushed morocco with elaborate period designs comprising ornate and expressive ilgt panels with lettering on front cover, eight prominant raised bands on spine, with gilt ruled lines on each band, geometric designs. Large inner dentelles with gilt ruled designs. This binding has unique silver wove silk endpapers and doublures against black backgound. TEG. Binding is unsigned. Book and binding fine condition. A beautiful example of period German design. In contemporary felt-lined folding gray box.

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        Ecce Homo

      Edinburgh:T. N. Foulis, 1911. Limited edition. Of the first edition # 1809 of 2000 copies. First English edition. Ecce Homo (Nietzshe's autobiography). 8vo. pp, 207, (6, music), blank, (13, Pub. list) plus publisher's tipped-in bust of Nietzsche frontispiece. Volume 17 of The Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsce. Edited dy Dr. Oscar Levy. Translated by Anthony Ludovici.Dark navy cloth with bright gilt titles to spine. Blind stamped head of Nietzshe to front board. Rare orange Macmillan Company dust jacket.Light bumping to extremities, mostly to top and bottom of spine. Gilt and cloth are clean and bright. Hinges and text block are sound. Interior is fine, close to as new. Uncut edges. No foxing, signatures, bookplate, staining or underlining. Dust jacket is tattered. Large 3/8 to 1/2 inch loss, chipping, from top and bottom of jacket spine. Text is near fine. Jacket is good only.

      [Bookseller: Dave Rottman Rare Books]
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        The Journal, with introduction by John Greenleaf Whittier

      Headley Brothers, London,, [1911]. Small octavo. Original green cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt, top edge gilt. Front cover slightly marked, a very good copy. First edition thus, a reprint of Woolman&#39;s journal in The Chalfont Library series, pocket editions of Quaker classics and other works. Presentation copy from Bertrand Russell to Ottoline Morrell, with his autograph gift inscription on the front free endpaper, "O.M. from B. April 1911. Studlands.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Autograph Musical Quotation Signed, on a oblong folio sheet of music paper, May 1911

      Dukas pens the first seven bars of ?The Sorcerer?s Apprentice,? signing underneath, ?Paul Dukas, Mai 1911.?

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        Kunst und Künstler. Illustrierte Monatsschr. für bildende Kunst und Kunstgewerbe

      Berlin: Bruno Cassirer, 1911-1915. XIII. Original lithographs by Max Liebermann (3) Max Slevogt (2). Hettner, Hasler.

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      Paris Ferroud 1911. In-8°, 16.6x24.1 cm., 266 pp., belle édition illustrée du classique de Balzac. Les 26 compositions d&#39;Auguste Leroux - en texte et hors texte, dont un frontispice - ont été gravées sur bois en couleurs par Florian, Froment et Duplesses. Relié demi-maroquin havane à coins, signée par Laurent Peeters - Anvers. Filet doré cernant les plats de pap., dos orné, dos à 4 nerfs et finnement fleuronnés dorés (décor floral), tête dorée, couverture imprimée d&#39;éditeur. Tirage limité. Tirage de 1200 exemplaires dont 1020 exemplaires sur vélin d&#39;Arches numérotés de 181 à 1200.

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      Churchtown, Dundrum [Ireland]:: The Cuala Press,. 1911. First edition. One of 350 copies. This copy SIGNED by Yeats on title page where he has crossed out his printed name in ink and signed beneath it, "W B Yeats." John Millington Synge (1871- 1909) was an Irish playwright, poet, prose writer, collector of folklore, and one of the co-founders of the Abbey Theatre. He is best known for his play "The Playboy of the Western World," which caused riots during its opening run at the Abbey. He suffered from Hodgkin&#39;s disease, a form of cancer which at the time was untreatable. He died just weeks shy of his 38th birthday. Yeats says of Synge, "He was a drifting silent man full of hidden passion, and loved wild islands, because there, set out in the light of day, he saw what lay hidden in himself." Crème colored cloth spine and paper boards. Bottom on spine has a small dampstain, otherwise very good or better.

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        The Book of Baseball. The National Game from the Earliest Days to the Present Season

      New York: P.F.Collier & Son, [1911]. First edition. Folio. Illustrated with a frontispiece by Charles Dana Gibson; photographically illustrated throughout. Original pictorial boards, maroon cloth back; rubbed and lightly stained. Hinges reinforced. Very good. Smith 638, Grobani 6-10 . One of the earliest histories of the game, tenth on Grobani&#39;s chronological list of general histories. Contains a review of the 1910 season, pitching instructions, a review of the minor league, and biographies of star players. The chapter on baseball&#39;s origins mentions Doubleday only in passing, and instead credits New Yorker Alex J. Cartwright and the Knickerbocker Club with the invention of baseball. Spalding&#39;s Our National Game, also published in 1911, would help cement the Doubleday creation myth

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        A Thousand end-games: A Collection of Chess Positions that can be Won or Drawn by the Best Play

      Leeds: British Chess Magazine, Ltd, 1911 2 volumes in one: xii+211+[1 ad] pages with diagrams; xvi+200 pages with diagrams. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 1/2") bound 3/4 red leather with stripped boards. From the library of Jens Endevoldsen. (Betts:23-8; 23-9) 1st edition. Volume on comprises a collection of 480 studies by various composers. Covers king and pawn endings, knight endings, bishop endings, including those with combinations of bishops and knights, and rook and pawn and rook and knight endings. Solutions appear on pages 141-211. Sources not given. Volume two contains studies covering endings with rook against bishop, with rooks and bishops, and with rooks, bishops and knights, and queen endings. Solutions appear on pages 135-189. Sources not given. An essay on the "strategy and tactics of the end game" completes the work. Condition Points rubbed, small scratch to front heal cover, several signatures on front end paper including Jans Enevoldsen in green. A very good copy. . First Edition. Three-Quarter Leather. Very Good. Octavo.

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        The Works

      London, Chatto and Windus,, 1911. With an introduction by Andrew Lang. 25 volumes, octavo (186 × 122 mm). Finely bound for Hatchards in tan calf, double brown morocco labels, elaborate tooling to spines, flat bands, twin rule to boards, decoration to turn-ins, plain endpapers, top edges gilt. Illustrated frontispiece to each volume. Some occasional light foxing, light spotting to fore-edge, an excellent set handsomely bound. The Swanston edition. Limited to 2,060 numbered copies.

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        WORKS, The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson

      New York; 1911-1912: Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons In 27 volumes, beautifully bound by Crombie & Lamothe for Wilkinson & Lancaster in 3/4 dark green crushed morocco over decorative green paper covered boards with matching endpapers, top edges gilt, raised bands, compartments lettered and decorated in a gilt floral motif with one red flower, folding map frontispiece in volume 19. A few small scuffs or rub marks to paper otherwise an exceptionally handsome set. see pics. Octavo.

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        The Works

      London; Chatto and Windus,, 1911. With an introduction by Andrew Lang. 25 volumes, octavo (187 × 124 mm). Contemporary green half morocco, titles and decoration to spines, raised bands, green cloth boards, green endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Black and white frontispiece to each volume. Light partial toning to endpapers, some mild foxing to a few leaves and to fore-edges, spines uniformly faded to tan, an excellent set. Swanston edition. Limited edition of 2,060 numbered copies. A handsome set of Stevenson&#39;s works.

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        Stories From Hans Andersen

      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&#39;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&#39;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&#39;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&#39;s work. Someone may not have liked the plain cover..."If that&#39;s the case, we&#39;d like to thank them. This special copy is the better for it.Hughey 27.

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        The White Peacock.

      London: William Heinemann 1911.. First English edition, 8vo, (iv), 496 pp. Some light foxing, free endpapers browned. Original dark blue cloth, extremities rubbed, gilt titled spine. Roberts A1b. Lawrence's first novel, published the day after the New York edition. This copy is Roberts' variant (4), with cancel pages 227-230 and the preliminaries reprinted and pasted in. The binding is the first state (one of 750 copies) with a blind stamped windmill to the lower cover.

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      London: GG Harrap & Co, 1911 A Dramatic Poem. 1st ed, 16 pls, Good, limp suede. In the uncommon limp tan suede, gilt titles and illustration, a little marked, corners and edges bumped and worn, some chips. Spine, relaid, retaining most of the old, gilt tooling and titles. Internally, illustrated endpapers, no inscriptions, hinges strengthened, not paginated but 108 leaves, 16 superb tipped in plates by Pogany, with numerous other illustrations, all within decorative borders, 3 of the plates have creases, some offsetting to edges of fep, letterpress and fine illustrations lithographed by Vincent Brooks, Day and Sons Ltd, London, the four colour plates printed by Henry Stone and Son, Ltd, Banbury. A good set in the rare suede with outstanding illustrations by Pogany. WAGNER, Wilhelm Richard was a German composer, conductor, theatre director and polemicist primarily known for his operas. See Wiki. POGANY, William Andrew ("Willy") (born Vilmos Andreas Pogány), was a prolific Hungarian illustrator of children&#39;s and other books. See Wiki.

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      1911. 1. (POGANY,WILLY)illus. TANNHAUSER by Robert Wagner. London: Harrap, (1911). 4to (8 x 11 1/4"), full brown calf with gilt tooled cover and spine, top edge gilt, some edge and joint rubbing else tight, clean and VG- Fine. 1st edition. LIMITED TO ONLY 525 NUMBERED COPIES FOR ENGLAND AND AMERICA SIGNED BY POGANY (this is #317). A beautiful book, this is printed on heavy grey paper and is illustrated by Pogany with 16 tipped-in color plates, full page black and whites, orange text illustrations plus beautiful color pictorial endpapers. The calligraphic text with decorative initials is also by Pogany. The binding has a lovely art nouveau cover design and the spine is heavily embossed. This is a sumptuous production, rare in the limited edition.

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      Published by G.G. Harrap & Co., 1911. Hardback. Very Good. Illustrated by Pogany, Willy. Very good condition. Limited to 525 signed and numbered copies. Dark green calf binding with tooled design and title on front cover. Tooled title and decoration to spine. 16 beautiful tipped-in colour plates. Printed on thick grey paper, every page has lithographed orange or black illustrations. Endpapers and prelims are illustrated in multiple colours, predominantly blue. Top edge gilt. SIGNED by artist to limitation page, this is copy no. 254. Corners and cover edges very lightly rubbed. Spine browned. Light page edge browning. A super copy of a scarce book. [R]

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        Tannhauser : a dramatic poem / by Richard Wagner ; freely translated in poetic narrative form by T. W. Rolleston ; presented by Willy Pogany

      London : G. G. Harrap, [1911], 1911. 1st Edition in this form. Physical description: [108] leaves of plates : illus. (some col., part. mounted) ; 29 cm. Subjects: Wagner, Richard -- Tannhauser -- Operas -- Librettos. Notes: Illustrated end papers. Text of printed in black and red (in several colours on t.p.) on tinted paper. Text in handwritten cursive hand. Col. illus. (relief halftones) mounted. Very good copy bound in gilt-blocked decorative cloth. Gilt and colour-illus. front panel. Spine bands somewhat worn. Panel edges dulled and rubbed. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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      London: GG Harrap & Co, 1911 A Dramatic Poem. 1st ed, 16 pls, Good, limp suede. In the uncommon limp tan suede, gilt titles and illustration, a little marked, corners and edges bumped and worn, some chips. Spine, relaid, retaining most of the old, gilt tooling and titles. Internally, illustrated endpapers, no inscriptions, hinges strengthened, not paginated but 108 leaves, 16 superb tipped in plates by Pogany, with numerous other illustrations, all within decorative borders, 3 of the plates have creases, some offsetting to edges of fep, letterpress and fine illustrations lithographed by Vincent Brooks, Day and Sons Ltd, London, the four colour plates printed by Henry Stone and Son, Ltd, Banbury. A good set in the rare suede with outstanding illustrations by Pogany. WAGNER, Wilhelm Richard was a German composer, conductor, theatre director and polemicist primarily known for his operas. See Wiki. POGANY, William Andrew ("Willy") (born Vilmos Andreas Pogány), was a prolific Hungarian illustrator of children&#39;s and other books. See Wiki.

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        THE SENSITIVE PLANT (In Exceedingly Rare Dust Jacket)

      London: Heinemann, 1911. Shelley, Percy Bysshe. THE SENSITIVE PLANT. London & Philadelphia: William Heinemann & J.P. Lippincott, [1911]. First Charles Robinson Illustrated Edition, bound in stunning original publisher&#39;s green cloth blocked in gold, top edge gilt; profusely illustrated throughout with 18 tipped-in color plates (including frontispiece). A brilliant late Art Nouveau gem with distinctive pre-Raphaelite inspiration . Lovely bi-chrome and monochrome illustrations, title page and vignettes, decorative borders and initials, all by Charles Robinson. Introduction by Edmund Gosse (who provides a very thorough and somewhat poetic tale of the genesis of Shelley&#39;s composition of "The Sensitive Plant" and the lady who might have inspired it). A FINE copy indeed in a VERY GOOD TO FINE ORIGINAL PICTORIAL DUST JACKET which features a replication of the beautiful endpaper design). The dustwrapper is unrestored and complete, just the most minor of edge-wear, slightly nicked at the tip of the spine with two corresponding very small closed tears but, considering the thick, almost cardboard quality of the DJ, it is a remarkable survival in this condition. This is the kind of book one wishes to acquire in superb condition and so rarely has that opportunity. Fifty times the rarity, quality and desirability for thrice the price.. Fine/Very Good to Near Fine. Illus. by Charles Robinson.

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        Sensitive Plant, The

      1911. first edition. One of the Most Sumptuous Gift Volumes of the YearThe Cover Design is a Thing of Beauty"[ROBINSON, Charles]. SHELLEY, Percy Bysshe. The Sensitive Plant. Introduction by Edmund Gosse. Illustrations by Charles Robinson. London / Philadelphia: William Heinemann / J.B. Lippincott Co., 1911. First U.K. Robinson-illustrated edition, a Heinemann "Xmas Art Book" that originally sold for 15 shillings. Quarto (10 3/8 x 7 1/2 in; 264 x 190 mm). xii, [4], 17-127, [1] pp. Eighteen full color tipped-in plates, including frontispiece, with captioned tissue guards. Small color, halftone, or black and white (some full page) illustrations to each page. Publisher&#39;s original pictorial green cloth lavishly gilt-stamped. Top edge gilt. Illustrated endpapers. In the scarce original dust jacket with chip at spine head and upper edge of rear panel. A tight, bright, and fine copy of this generously produced volume."No more tastefully illustrated book of verse could be desired than the elaborately artistic edition of Shelley&#39;s " Sensitive Plant,"edited by Mr. Edmund Gosse, illustrated with much richness of coloring and gracefulness of design by Mr. Charles Robinson, and imported by the Lippincott Co. Mr. Gosse&#39;s introduction throws new light on the " Lady, the wonder of her kind," who played the part of "an Eve in this Eden " where grew the sensitive plant. Drawing upon Medwin&#39;s notes to a never-published second edition of his life of the poet, he tells us that this paragon of her sex was a certain Countess of Mountcashell, an Irish lady about fifty years of age, of sufficient unconventionality to be welcomed by Shelley and his company as a congenial spirit. The notes on this lady and the editor&#39;s gleaning of facts concerning the mimosa pudica, or sensitive plant, celebrated bythe poet, are interesting. The illustrations, large and small, accompanying the slender thread of text, form the conspicuous feature of the book, and make it one of the most sumptuous gift volumes of the year. The cover design is a thing of beauty..."(The Dial, December 1911). "This book... with... supplements in colour in addition to page designs by the artist is sumptuous in effect" (The International Studio, January 1912).

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      1911. 1. (ROBINSON,CHARLES)illus. THE SENSITIVE PLANT by Percy Bysshe Shelley. London & Philadelphia: Heinemann & Lippincott, no date [1911] printed in England. 4to (8 x 10 1/2"), FULL PUBLISHER'S VELLUM WITH ELABORATE GILT PICTORIAL DESIGN on cover and spine, top edge gilt, Fine in pictorial dust wrapper (chipped at spine ends). 1st edition. Illustrated by Robinson with pictorial endpapers, 18 tipped-in color plates with tissue guards, plus illustrations on each page of text. Printed on heavy coated stock, this is a magnificent copy of a lavishly produced book. This vellum edition is scarce, most likely done by the publisher for presentation.

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      London: Elkin Matthews,, 1911. Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles to spine and upper board gilt. Boards lightly rubbed and tanned along the spine and edges, spotting to endpapers and occasionally to contents. A very good copy. First edition, first issue. One of only 1000 copies printed, of which "not more than 500" were issued later in 1913 as part of the combined volume Canzoni & Ripostes.

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      1911. Very Good. MILLER, Francis Trevelyan, ed. THE PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR IN TEN VOLUMES. New York: The Review of Reviews Co., 1911. var. pp. Uniformly bound, 4to., rebound in textured black cloth with gilt spine lettering. Clean and bright, except for one small pale mark to front board of Volume VII. Grey endpapers. A few corners gently bumped. Color title page preceding title page announces "Semi-Centennial Memorial" edition. B/w photo reproductions, maps, illustrations. Contributors include William Peterfield Trent, John E. Gilman, Allen C. Redwood, Samuel A. Cunningham, Holland Thompson, Henry W. Elson, James Barnes, Charles King, John W. Headley, L. R. Stegman, Frederick Dent Grant, O. E. Hunt, Theo. F. Rodenbough, President William H. Taft, and others. Very good plus condition overall; extra shipping charges will apply.

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        Typed Postcard Singed to Prof. Dr. Ludwig Hopf

      Zurich, 1911. No binding. Near Fine. JUNG, Carl. Typed postcard, Signed to Prof. Dr. Ludwig Hopf. Zurich, Switzerland: March 9, 1911. Postage: Zurich. One page in German on Swiss postkarte. Sheet measures 5 1/2 inches x 3 1/2 inches. Near Fine Condition.& & "Dear Doctor, / I would be grateful if you would send me the passage from Aristophanes that you recently cited for me, along with the literary quotation. By so doing, you would save me a lot of search time. With great thanks in advance. / Yours truly, / Dr. Jung

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      Published by Frederick Warne & Co, 1911. 1st edition.. Hardback. Very Good/Very Good. Illustrated by Potter, Beatrix. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Green pictorial textured card wraps. Pictorial endpapers. Delightful colour illustrations plus b/w pictures to paint. Captions at bottom of pages and blank pages in between. Corners very slightly worn with 0.5" crack at top of spine. one very very faint mark to rear cover else covers are exceptionally clean. Endpapers and most of the pictures have been beautifully completed in watercolour. If it wasn&#39;t for the fact that the previous owner has written their initials in pencil on the pictures they&#39;ve painted, it would be difficult to tell which are the originals! This copy has been protected by its original glassine dustwrapper which has a few small holes to spine with slight loss at top, also slightly chipped lower edge. Overall this is a superb copy of a scarce book and exceptionally rare in dustwrapper.

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        The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes [Peter Rabbit First Series Number Twelve]

      London: Frederick Warne and Co, 1911. First Edition, [First Printing] . Hardcover. ______ Condition Summary: (Very Good/[No dustjacket]) A tidy copy. ______ All notable faults: Very lightly shaken, a few minor marks, light wear on the corners, regular light to moderate finger marks, two small adhesion marks on the pages 62/63, previous owner&#39;s name on the front endpaper and previous owner&#39;s inscription on the half title page. Dustjacket not present. 16906. <b> Bibliographical Details: </b> First Edition, [First Printing] [3 specific points have been used to verify the edition of this book. [Quinby 20 and Linder, page 429]] .

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        &#147;Relativitat und Gravitation: Erwiderung auf eine Bemerkung von M. Abraham,&#148; offprint from Annalen der Physik, Band 38, 1912

      First edition, rare offprint in original wraps. In &#147;April 1911 Albert Einstein arrived in Prague to become full professor of theoretical physics&#133; It was there, for the first time that he concentrated primarily on the problem of gravitation. Before he left Prague in July 1912 he had submitted &#147;Relativitat und Gravitation&#148; [this paper] in which he remarkably anticipated what a future theory of gravity should look like&#148; (&#147;Relativity and Gravitation: 100 Years after Einstein in Prague,&#148; June 2012 Conference).& In 1912 a &#147;debate began in the Annalen der Physik which&#133; lacked style and substance&#148; (Pais, Subtle is the Lord, The Science and the Life of Albert Einstein, 231). &#147;In language that rarely appeared in the unpolluted pages of [Annalen], [the German physicist Max] accused Einstein&#146;s theory of relativity of having &#145;exerted an hypnotic influence especially on the youngest mathematical physicists which threatened to hamper the healthy development of theoretical physics&#146;&#148; (Norton, &#147;Einstein, Nordstrom, and the Early Demise of Scalar, Lorentz Covariant Theories of Graviation,&#148; Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 45, 1, 1992, 17). &#147;In a first comment, Abraham noted that relativity was threatening the healthy development of physics since &#145;it was clear to the sober observer that this theory could never lead to a complete world picture if it were not possible&#133; to incorporate gravity.&#146; He added that Einstein had given &#145;the death blow to relativity&#146; by discarding the unconditional validity of Lorentz invariance. &#145;Someone who, like this author [Einstein], ha had to warn repeatedly against the siren song of this theory will greet with satisfaction [the fact] that its originator has now convinced himself of its untenability.&#146; &#147;Einstein shot right back [in this paper, &#147;Relativitat und Gravitation,&#148; though in measured language: &#145;[Special] relativity has a wide range of applicability [and is] an important advance; I do not believe it has impeded the progress of physics&#133; There is not the slightest ground to doubt the general validity of the relativity principle [for uniform motion].&#146; He expressed his own views about the difficult and as yet unsolved problem of gravity by making a comparison: &#145;In my opinion, the situation [regarding gravity] does not indicate the failure of the [special] relativity principle, just as the discovery and correct interpretation of Brownian motion did not lead one to consider thermodynamics and hydrodynamics as heresies.&#146; He added that he himself did not yet understand how the equivalence principle was to be implemented in general. &#147;Abraham did not give up and published a rebuttal. It adds nothing substantially new and is vicious: &#145;[Einstein] craves credit for the future theory of relativity.&#146; In reply, Einstein published a five-line statement in which he declared that the public debate was closed as far as he was concerned. To a friend he described Abraham&#146;s theory as &#145;a stately horse which lacks three legs&#133;&#146; [Despite this] Einstein considered him to have the best understanding of gravitation theories is excellent&#148; (Pais, 231-232). CONDITION & DETAILS: Offprint from Annalen der Physik, 38, 1912, pp. 1059-1064. 8vo. Tiny (pin sized) chip out of the head of the front wrap. Slight old crease down the center; minor old, small and very, very light damp stain at the head of the inner margin of the outer wrap. See photos. Very good condition. &

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        (WIEDEMANN&#145;S) ANNALEN DER PHYSIK. Hrsg. v. W. WIEN u. M. PLANCK. Begründet und fortgeführt durch F.A.C. Gren, L.W. Gilbert, J.C. Poggendorf, E. Wiedemann u. P. Drude. Kuratorium: F. Kohlrausch, M. Planck, G. Quincke, W.C. Röntgen, E. Warburg

      Lpz., Barth 1911.. 4. Folge. Bd. 34. Der ganzen Reihe 339. Bd. VIII, 1032 S. Mit insg. 6 Figurentaf.u. mehreren Textabb. HLdr. d. Zt. Mit Rückengoldpräg. Tit. gestemp. Enthält u.a. folgende Beiträge in Erstdruck: A. EINSTEIN. Bemerkungen zu dem Gesetz von Eötvös; Ders. Eine Beziehung zwischen dem elastischen Verhalten und der spezifischen Wärme bei festen Körpern mit einatomigem Molekül; Ders. Bemerkungen zu den P. HERTZschen Arbeiten: " Über die mechanischen Grundlagen der Thermodynamik"; Ders. Bemerkung zu meiner Arbeit "Eine Beziehung zwischen dem elastischen Verhalten"; Ders. Berichtigung zu meiner Arbeit: "Eine neue Bestimmung der Moleküldimension"; W. v. IGNATOWSKY. Bermerkung zu der Arbeit. "Der starre Korper und das Relativitätsprinzip"; J. FRANCK u. R. POHL. Bemerkung zu den Versuchen des Hrn. MARX über die Geschwindigkeit der Röntgenstrahlen.

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        The Works

      New York and London: Vincent Parke and Company,, 1911. 15 volumes, octavo (232 × 156 mm). Late 20th century dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spines, raised bands, blue endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Hand-coloured limitation page and numerous monochrome illustrations throughout. An excellent set. Edition d&#39;Amiens, limited to 600 numbered copies. A handsomely bound set of Verne&#39;s works.

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        Works [Edition d&#146;Amiens]

      1911. A Finely Bound Set of The Edition d&#146;Amiens of Jules VerneVERNE, Jules. Works of Jules Verne. Edited by Charles F. Horne, Ph.D. Professor of English, College of the City of New York; Author of &#147;The Technique of the Novel&#148;,&#148; etc. New York: Vincent Parke and Company, [1911].Edition d&#146;Amiens. Limited to 600 numbered copies, of which this is No. 122 and signed by R.G. Lancaster, Registrar. Fifteen large octavo volumes (8 5/8 x 5 13/16 inches; 220 x 151 mm). Hand-colored frontispieces, signed by the colorist, and numerous tinted plates, with descriptive tissue guards. Hand-illuminated limitation leaf. Bound by Frost of Bath ca. 1960 in full crimson polished calf, covers with double-gilt rules, spines with five shallow raised bands decoratively tooled in gilt in compartments, purple and green morocco gilt lettering labels, board edges and turn-ins decoratively gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. A very fine set.Jules Verne (1828-1905), &#147;French writer whose writings shaped the development of modern science fiction&#133;In 1863 Verne published the first of his Voyages extraordinaires&#151;Cinq semaines en ballon (1863; Five Weeks in a Balloon). The great success of the tale encouraged him to produce others in the same vein of romantic adventure, with increasingly deft depictions of fantastic but nonetheless carefully conceived imaginary scientific wonders. The Voyages continued with Le Voyage au centre de la Terre (1864; A Journey to the Center of the Earth), De la Terre à la Lune (1865; From the Earth to the Moon), Vingt Mille Lieues sous les mers (1869-70; Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea), and L&#146;Île mystérieuse (1874; The Mysterious Island), in which he foresaw a number of scientific devices and developments, including the submarine, the aqualung, television, and space travel. Verne&#146;s novels were enormously popular throughout the world; one in particular, the grippingly realistic Le Tour du monde en quatre-vingt jours (1873; Around the World in Eighty Days), generated great excitement during its serial publication in Le Temps and remained one of his most popular works&#148; (Merriam-Webster&#146;s Encyclopedia of Literature).

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        The British Journal Photographic Almanac and Photographer&#39;s Daily Companion, 1911, Jubilee Issue

      London: Henry Greenwood & Co., 1911. Very Good+ condition. Clean and bright. SEE PHOTOS. Hardcover. Hinges are perfect. NOT a library discard. NO owner&#39;s name or bookplate. Pages are unmarked but for occasional scattered foxing. NO underlining. NO highlighting. NO margin notes. 5.25" wide x 7.25" tall x 2.5" thick. Profusely illustrated with over 1000 photos, drawings, samples of photographic paper, etc. Comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in equipment, technique, developing, enlarging, with incredibly detailed price and product lists, advertisements for lenses, cameras, photo equipment, services and supplies, Kodak, info on manufacturers, photographic societies, camera clubs, obituaries, list of principal books on photography, etc. Incorporates the "Year Book of Photography and Amateurs&#39; Guide." Has several indexes. Bound in the original dark green cloth, gold embossed on front and spine, within blind stamped borders.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+ condition. 1,348pp.

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        Catalogue of the philatelic library of the Earl of Crawford.

      Philatelic Literature Society, 1911. 923 large pp. 1st ed., very clean in orig. grey paper covers. Two very small library h/s's and small m/s ink number on spine.

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      1911. 1. GERMAN. (CASPARI,GERTRUD) GUTEN MORGEN heitere Reime mit bildern von Gertrud Caspari.. Leipzig: Alfred Hahns no date [1911] 11 auflage [1911]. 4to (9 x 9 1/4"), pictorial boards, near Fine. This is a book of simple rhymes for the young child, beautifully illustrated with color lithographs on every page by Caspari.

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