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        The Birds of South America: A List of the Birds of South America

      Loindon: R.H. Porter 1912 - Two volumes. Volume I: Text volume: colored map, 504 pp. The only volume published of a planned multi-volume work abandoned as a result of the death of the senior author at Neuve-Chapelle in 1915. Volume II: Plate volume published in 1917 contains 38 handcolored lithographs by H. Gronvold with descriptive notes by H. Kirke Swan. The plates were intended to accompany the projected 16-volume work. Beautifully bound in matching burgundy Morocco over red cloth. Original wrappers for first set of 19 plates bound in rear of plate volume. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cat Scouts, The

      1912. first edition. One of the Most Colorful of all of Louis Wain's Books[WAIN, Louis, illustrator]. POPE, Jessie. The Cat Scouts. A Picture-Book for Little Folk, Cats by Louis Wain, Verses and Tales by Jessie Pope. London: Blackie & Son Limited, [1912]. First edition. Quarto (9 5/8 x 6 3/4 inches; 244 x 172 mm.). 48 pp. Nine full-page, full-color illustrations and thirty-nine smaller full-color illustrations in the text. Original blue cloth over green wove paper boards with a full-color illustration/title pasted-on to the front board. Pictorial end-papers a little browned, minimal foxing to first illustration, board edges a little worn, but still an excellent copy of one of the most colorful of all of Louis Wain's books.The Tales: Two Recruits; Tiresome Teazer; A Useful Scout; A Cracker; A Peck of Troubles; A Swimming Lesson; The Hunter; The Cat Scouts' Kitchen; Teazer Again; The Alarm; Tattydom and Teazer; A Cat Scout Song; The End Of Tiresome Teazer; A Rainy Day; Moving Day and Full Up.Jessie Pope (18 March 1868 – 14 December 1941) was an English poet, writer and journalist, who remains best known for her patriotic motivational poems published during World War I. Her other works include Paper Pellets (1907), an anthology of humorous verse. She also wrote verses for children's books, such as The Cat Scouts (Blackie, 1912).

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        THE INDIANS OF THE TERRACED HOUSES

      New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1912. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Typed Letter Signed. First Edition. Numerous illustrations and photographs mainly by C.F. and E.H. Saunders. New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1912. First edition. Drawing extensively on Saunders' travels in New Mexico and Arizona with his wife Elizabeth, this narrative account emphasizes the distinctive qualities of Pueblo art and culture and attempts to raise awareness about the shortcomings of "Indian policy operated from Washington, often with great injustice to the red man." Saunders (1859-1941) left a career as a Philadelphia businessman to move to Pasadena, California, where he turned to writing and penned a number of works extolling the natural splendor and cultural heritage of California and the Southwest. He was an important proponent of the Arts and Crafts Movement and is credited, along with Charles Lummis, with fostering interest in restoring the deteriorating California missions and reestablishing El Camino Real. Tipped-in on the front flyleaf is a typed letter signed (TLS) from former President Theodore Roosevelt to Charles Francis Saunders written on the letterhead of The Outlook, the weekly magazine for which Roosevelt served as Associate Editor and to which Saunders was a contributor. Roosevelt thanks Saunders for the book and adds, "I believe you and I take substantially the same view as to the Hopi Indian." Octavo. Original green cloth binding, with gilt titles. Previous owner's ink signature and date to the front flyleaf. Mild wear to the corners and tips; otherwise quite crisp and very good..

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        The Wilderness of the North Pacific Coast Islands: A Hunter's Experiences While Searching for Wapiti, Bears, and Caribou on the Larger Coast Islands of British Columbia and Alaska

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1912. First. First edition. Just a touch of rubbing at the spine ends, a fine copy with the gilt lettering bright. Inscribed by the author: "J.B. Townsend Esq. from C. Sheldon. September 24, 1912." .

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        Miniature Atlas of the Borough of the Bronx Volume One [ONLY] Vol I - 23rd and 24th Ward

      Brooklyn and Manhattan: E. Belcher Hyde. 1912. First. First edition. Volume One (of Two). Large octavo. 412pp. Flexible red cloth gilt. Maps in Color. Seamless spine repair, corners a little worn, very good or better. Almost the entire volume consists of maps in color. Scarce. OCLC locates four sets, three in New York, one in Pennsylvania. .

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        Illustrierte Reiseerzählungen, Band 26, 27, 28, 29 / Im Reiche des silbernen Löwen, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, (Band 1 - 4) / 1. Auflage (erste Auflage),

      Friedrich Ernst - Fehsenfeld, 1912 - 550 + 540 + 615 S. Einbände berieben u. bestaubt u. fleckig, Buchrücken rissig, Kanten berieben, Bindung gebrochen, einig. S. fleckig u. bestaubt, schiefgelesen / 4. Band: erstes Bild gelockert, 3. Band, Bindung am Titelbild gebrochen, erste S (Vorsatz, 1. Titelblatt u. 1. Bild) gelockert / 1. Band : am Vorsatz Bindung gebrochen G1043 *.* Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 3440 erstes bis viertes Tausend / 1. - 4. Tausend / 1. Auflage / erste Auflage [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE. A Novel

      New York and London Harper & Brothers Publishers 1912 - First Edition, first printing. Illustrated with four plates by Douglas Duer. 8vo, publisher’s original tan cloth, the upper cover ruled in purple and lettered in gilt and featuring a tipped-on colour illustration of a Western horizon, the spine lettered in black. (8), 335 pp. A very nice copy , internally near fine, the cloth with some very minor and expected mellowing or age evidence, the front hinge just a bit tender. A really handsome copy of a book elusive in collector’s condition. ZANE GREY’S MOST FAMOUS, POPULAR AND CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED BOOK. First Editions are becoming hard to find. Grey can be credited, more then any other single author, as creating our modern genre of the Western. This is the story that will no doubt seal his reputation forever. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Twixt Land and Sea

      J. M. Dent, London 1912 - First Edition. This copy is SIGNED by Joseph Conrad on a laid in signature. This First Edition has the second issue point with "Seven" corrected by hand. An attractive First Issue dustjacket that has the 6/- printed price present on the spine of the dustjacket. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has slight wear to the edges. The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight, with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp with minor wear. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy SIGNED by the author. We buy Joseph Conrad First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Die zwölf Monate. Originallithographien. [Jahreszeiten, Januar - Dezember].

      Wien, Verlag der Wiener Werkstätte, o. J. [1912].. 4°. o. Pag. [13 Bll.] Lose Blattsammlung in OLwd.-Mappe m. aufgezogenen Farblithographien (2).. Erste Ausgabe. Vorderen Innendeckel und Mappenflügel mit Kleisterpapierüberzug. - Leichte Gbrsp., Ecken gering bestossen. - "Zu den begehrten Raritäten am österreichischen Kunstmarkt und zugleich mit zu den persönlichsten und schönsten Beispielen der graphischen Kunst Franz von Zülows (1883 - 1963) zählen dessen, meist in Leporelloform herausgegebene Monatshefte. Es waren durchwegs kolorierte Originalzeichnungen oder Handdrucke in der von ihm so virtuos gehandhabten Technik des Papierschnittschablonendrucks. Nach einem Entwurfmuster übertrug der Künstler im Durchpauseverfahren (Blaupapier) mit Bleistift die Darstellungen auf Packpapier. Sie wurden anschließend mit Deckfarben oder in Aquarellmanier einfühlsam koloriert und mit Tusche (Redisfeder) in ihren Konturen überarbeitet ... Er konnte für diese bibliophilen Kostbarkeiten, deren erste im Dezember 1909 erschien, einen Abonnetenstock von etwa zwanzig Freunden gewinnen, von denen die meisten selbst Künstler waren. Zu ihnen zählten Josef Hoffmann, Kolo Moser, Gustav Klimt, Alfred Roller, Emil Orlik, Otto Wagner, Berthold Löffler und der gleich mehreren anderen der hier genannten ebenfalls an der Kunstgewerbeschule tätige Entdecker und Promotor der "Wiener Jugendkunst" Franz Cizek. Erster Abonnent war die "Wiener Werkstätte", deren Gründer Hoffmann und Moser auch privat ab Dezember 1909 mit jeweils einer laufenden Abnahme Zülows Bestrebungen auf einem ihnen in manchem verwandten Zweig buchkünstlerischer Gestaltung unterstützen wollten. 1912 wurden die Hefte auch von der Staatsgalerie bestellt, dem Vorläufer der heutigen Österreichischen Galerie am Oberen Belvedere ... In den Monatsheften - und hier vor allem in den Ausgaben seit 1911/12 - gelingt es Zülow die unverwechselbar eigenständige kongeniale Weiterführung des Papierschnittschablonendrucks in dichten, kleinformatigen Werken, die neben dominierenden expressionistischen Elementen auch solche des Kubismus aufweisen. Dieses lange Zeit hindurch in Vergessenheit geratene Material zählt zweifellos zu dem was innerhalb des Gesamtwerkes von Zülow einer vorrangigen Aufwertung bedarf." (Quelle: Peter Baum, Franz von Zülow 1883 - 1963. S. 48ff)

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        Historia de la Compania de Jesus en la Asistencia de Espana.

      Razon y Fe, Madrid 1912-1925.. 7 volumes (complete set). Vol. 1 + 3 in segunda edicion (2nd. edition), CX/716, XVI/670, XVI/749, XX/831, XI/734, XIII/880, X/863 pp., ca. 15,5 x 23 cm, bound in contemporary half cloth,. ex-library copy (Jesuits Library) with label on spine and stamps, spines partially a bit sunned and slightly stained, paste downs and preliminary pages slightly foxed, paper a bit browned, else fine, text in Spanish,

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        Spezial-Preisliste über mechanische, optische und elektrische Spielwaren und Lehrmittel. Ausgabe 1912.

      Nürnberg Gebrüder Bing 1912 - Blaue Original-Leinwand mit roter und Goldprägung sowie rotem Farbschnitt; 4°; VIII 329 (1) XIII (I) Seiten; reich illustriert und bebildert. Aus der Sammlung des bekannten Eisenbahningenieurs und Signalspezialisten Dieter Woigk. Prachtkatalog des berühmten Nürnberger Spielzeugherstellers (gegründet 1866 von Adolf und Ignaz Bing; seit 1879 mit eigener Produktion), der sich selbst als "größte Spielwarenfabrik der Welt" bezeichnete. Der Katalog gliedert sich in die Abschnitte Dampfmaschinen - Heissluft-Motore - Lokomobilen - Betriebsmodelle - Armaturen; Dampflokomotiven - Dampfzüge; Schiffe - Feuerspritzen - Feuerwehren - Kanonen - Luftsportspiele; Automobile; Eisenbahnen mit Uhrwerk - Zubehörteile für das Eisenbahnwesen; Kinematographen - Films - Laterna Magica - Glasbilder - Stereoskope; Elektromotore - Dynamomaschinen - Induktions-Apparate - Geisslerröhren - Apparate für drahtlose Telegraphie - Elemente - Akkumulatoren - Experimentier-Kasten; Elektrische Bahnen und Zubehör. Einband mit nur ganz geringen Bereibungen an den Kanten; Block nahezu druckfrisch; ungewöhnlich schönes Exemplar mit hunderten von Abbildungen auf sehr hochwertigem Papier. 1800 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bilder aus dem Boudoir der Madame C. C.

      Privatdruck [ca. 1912],. 30 Drucke unter Passepartout. 18,3 x 22 cm. In eine HLwd vielgefaltete Mappe eingelegt, mit Farbendruck - Titel. (Entblöste Frau an einer riesigen Säule gefessel, peitschender Page usw. ) Gut ehalten. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. *.

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        American Specimen Book of Type Styles: Complete Catalogue of Printing Machinery and Printing Supplies

      Jersey City, NJ: American Type Founders Company, 1912. This copy is card index number A117 marked on first blank with signature and date stamp by publisher. Very thick and heavy. Contains hundreds of sample typefaces incuding type for foreign languages, music and mathematics and samples of initials, borders and holiday decoration. Also includes detailed catalog of equipment and supplies. xvi, 17-1301 pps. Red cloth binding with recent archival repairs to outer front hinge and corners. Lightly worn along edges of head and footbands. Two leaves now tipped in with minor chipping along edges. Barking Dog Books and Art LLC has been an independent bookseller online since 2002. Orders are processed promptly, carefully packed, and shipped with delivery confirmation.. First Edition. Red Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        HISTORY OF THE SIXTEENTH, THE QUEEN'S, LIGHT DRAGOONS (LANCERS), 1759 TO 1912

      George Simpson 1912 - 1st 1912. Fine condition with no wrapper. Large format. Burgundy leather spine and corners. Raised bands, gilt titles and decorations to spine. 8 colour plates plus b/w plates. xvi + 334 pages. Privately printed. Book: all plates present. A handsome copy. [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Inspiring, signed original typed letter (TLS) from Booker T. Washington and Ephemera

      Tuskegee: Booker T. Washington, 1912. 1st Edition. No binding. Very Good. [Tuskegee, 15 May 1912.] Letter by Booker T. Washington with his signature, requesting a contribution of tools for the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, addressed to Mr. J. T. McCready, a manufacturer in Ohio. 8vo. Single-leaf printed stationery from the Tuskegeee Institute, produced by the Strathmore Paper Company from Massachusetts, with watermark reading '[Parch]ment 1911 Strathmore'.Leaf measures 8.5 x 11 inches. Very good condition. Together with relative ephemera from the period. Original letter from Booker T. Washington, Principal of the Tuskegeee Institute for African Americans, and leading Black rights activist, signed in his hand, only three years prior to his death."We are in need of tools and implements - also for use on our farms... such as you distribute or manufacture... We have nearly sixteen hundred students here. They pay their own board and other personal expenses, but they are not able to pay the cost of teaching or the cost of equipping... Any help... we shall be glad to receive."Four ephemeral items accompany Washington's letter. Of particular rarity is a commemorative envelope for opening of the 'Booker T Washington Birthplace Post Office' in 1948, which bears the original signature of his daughter, Portia Washington Pittman, and a rare 3 cent postage First Day Cover (FDC) stamp of George Washington Carver, who taught for forty-seven years at the Tuskegee Institute and was born into slavery. Also with a rubber-stamped cachet reading 'Booker Washington Birthplace VA, Feb. 12, 1948, 5-PM' and with the official 'Opening Day Cancellation' stamp (now known as the first-day-of-issue cancellation). In addition to the envelope, two ephemeral prospectus leafs promote the Booker T. Washington Memorial Half Dollar, a legal tender minted in 1915, post mortem in honour of his legacy. The coin read 'From Slave Cabin to Hall of Fame.' Both leafs printed in Virginia, for the 'Booker T. Washington Birthplace Memorial Commission' whose president was S. J. Phillips. Finally, a single-leaf pamphlet, printed in conjunction with the latter two items, comprises the Atlanta Exposition Address delivered by Booker T. Washington in Atlanta in 1895.Booker T. Washington (1856-1915) was born a slave on the tobacco plantation of James Burroughs in Franklin Country, Virginia. His father was an unknown white man and his mother, the slave of James Burroughs. Washington was an educator, author, orator, advisor to Republican presidents. From 1890 to 1915 he was the dominant leader in the African-American community. After the Civil War, he founded the Tuskegee School.

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        The Work of the Bond House / by Lawrence Chamberlain

      New York : Moody's Magazine Book Department, 1912, Hardback, First EditionA fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. ; 157 pages; Description: 157 p. ; 19 cm. Subjects: Bonds.

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        DESCRIZIONE CRONOLOGICA DELLA GARFAGNANA PROVINCIA DI TOSCANA DI ANSELMO MICOTTI. Con alcuni documenti del medesimo, ed altre notizie cavate da varj Autori spettanti al Dominio della repubblica di Lucca. Originale manoscritto, XVIII secolo.

      - Bellissimo esemplare settecentesco, manoscritto in bella copia, di un celebre testo di storia della Garfagnana del XVII secolo, composto da Anselmo Micotti. Cm.28,2x20,2. Pg.4 non numerate, 202 numerate, 18 non numerate. Buona legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida, con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Ogni carta è finemente compilata in eccellente e ben comprensibile grafia, mediamente su 30 righe per pagina. Il testo è compilato in lingua italiana, con numerose citazioni in lingua latina, vergate in caratteri di corpo lievemente più piccolo. Uno spazio di pochi centimetri è lasciato in bianco al margine sinistro, ed utilizzato per contrappuntare l'evoluzione cronologica, i nomi di località e le citazioni bibliografiche delle fonti. L'Opera è divisa in due parti, la Prima dalla pg.1 alla pg.126, la Seconda dalla pg.127 alla pg.212. In fine la "Tavola delle cose contenute nella presente storia". Alla prima carta due notazioni, sempre manoscritte, di epoca diversa. La prima, settecentesca, ci informa del proprietario del manoscritto "Di Gianantonio Pelligotti di Perpoli"; mentre la seconda, datata Lucca, 27 giugno 1912, annota probabailmente l'ultimo passaggio di mano del volume: "Al Cav. Niccola Raffaelli in memoria di una buona opera, Dom. Martini". Esemplare su carta forte filigranata, splendidamente conservato, di fatto privo di bruniture e cancellature. Si tratta in tutta evidenza di una bella copia del XVIII secolo del testo composto nel secolo precedente dall'erudito garfagnino Anselmo Micotti, nato a Camporgiano nel 1630 e morto nel 1693. L'Opera fu scritta nel 1671. Le informazioni più significative vengono tratte dalla prefazione di Polimio Bacci all'ultima edizione a stampa, quella pubblicata a Lucca nel 1980, in tiratura limitata di 500 esemplari numerati per i Tipi di Maria Pacini Fazzi, che riproduce l'esemplare custodito presso la Biblioteca Estense di Modena (Cod.IT. 188). Annota dunque il Bacci: "Il Micotti che aveva raccolto molte notizie e documenti sulla Garfagnana, basandosi su queste scrisse poi la "Descrittione Cronologica della Garfagnana" col più serio intento di dare notizie certe e "trarre dal buio dell'antichità" alla luce le memorie della Patria, quasi sepolte nell'oblovione" [.] Il Pacchi stesso nella sua opera "Ricerche istoriche sulla Provincia di Garfagnana" pubblicata in Modena nel 1785 presso la Società Tipografica, dirà di avere preso dal Micotti alcuni documenti e di averli distinti "col suo stesso nome, per riconoscenza a chi prima di me si era presa la fatica di raccoglierli e riportarli". Sempre Polimio Bacci fornisce lumi circa la discendenza del Micotti: "I suoi antenati, ce lo fa sapere lui stesso, sarebbero i Michelotti di Perugia i quali dovettero lasciare, per ragione di partito, la loro città e rifugiatisi in un primo tempo a Bologna, di lì passarono in Garfagnana, stabilendosi a San Romano e in seguito a Camporgiano". Il nostro esemplare, confrontato con la suddetta edizione a stampa, presenta una serie di difformità: non vi compare alcuna dedicatoria, né illustrazione, né albero genealogico, ed è quindi presumibilmente una copia vergata a uso prevalentemente di studio e di referenza. Non disponiamo di alcuna informazione circa l'estensore, sicuramente un provetto calligrafo, se non il nome apposto alla prima carta e già segnalato: di solito la notazione suddetta "Di Gianantonio Pelligotti di Perpoli" denota la proprietà, ma non è affato da escludere che possa trattarsi anche dello stesso autore del manoscritto. A tale proposito il già citato Polimio Bacci nella Prefazione dell'edizione a stampa ci ragguaglia circa gli esemplari manoscritti conosciuti dell'opera del Micotti: "Di questo manoscritto se ne conoscono altre copie. Una è presso la famiglia Micotti di Camporgiano . una copia, già della famiglia Pesetti di Castelnuovo Garfagnana, fu donata dal Comune di Camporgiano nel 1969 al Card. Paolo Bertoli . un'altra copia si troverebbe nell'archivio privato dei Conti 500 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE MYSTERIOUS CARD. THE MYSTERIOUS CARD UNVEILED.

      Small, Maynard & Company, Boston 1912 - First Edition of this classic Golden Age "riddle mystery", published in two parts, the first, The Mysterious Card and the second, still sealed, The Mysterious Card Unveiled. A virtually fine copy in red cloth, black titles and rules in the scarce dustwrapper. Small 8vo. Unpaginated. A rather difficult mystery to acquire in wrapper and sealed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ponts De Paris

      Paris : A Perche , 1912 . First French Edition . VG . 4TO . The French edition of The Book of Bridges which was published in England in 1911. Eighteen wonderfully evocative Art Nouveau illustrations by Jessie M King. Only one thousand copies were printed of each edition and were not reprinted. Bound in couse green cloth with pictorial cover paste-on by King and gilt design by her on spine. Missing front endpaper otherwise light wear with the contents in excellent condition, with one tissue guard wrinkled. A lovely book and very scarce.

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        Historia y bibliografia de la imprenta en Montevideo 1810-1865

      Montevideo: Libreria Cervantes, 1912. First edition. Cloth. A very good copy, original wrappers lightly worn. Sm. 4to. Palau 84328. Jones 2829.

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        A Vocabulary of the Navaho Language

      Saint Michaels, Arizona: The Franciscan Fathers, 1912. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 228; 212 p. Edition limited to 325 copies of which this is No. 37. Brown buckram library binding has gold lettering on spine. Traces of labels removed from front board and spine. New endpapers. Bottom of text block has library stamp. Ink and perforation stamps on first title page, ink stamp on last page, perforation stamp on page 97 in first half. Small marks page 63. Signed "Franciscan Fathers" on each edition page. A remarkably good copy of a rare item, the first dictionary of the Navaho language.

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        Volkswirtschaftliche Chronik der österreichisch-ungarischen Monarchie UND DER BEILAGE Parlamentarische Chronik. 1. Delegationen, 2. Österreichischer Reichsrat, 3. Österreichische Landtage, 4. Ungarischer Reichstag, 5. Kroatisch-slavonischer Landtag, 6. Bosnisch-hercegovinischer Landtag. Beilage zur politischen und volkswirtschaftlichen Chronik der österreichisch-ungarischen Monarchie. kompletter Jahrgang 1912

      Druckerei der kaiserlichen Wiener Zeitung, Wien 1912 - 2 Halbleinenbände der Zeit, 4°, VII, 735 Seiten UND VII, 1107 Seiten; Exemplar gestempelt; Zustand: gut de 7500 Buch

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        Mrs. Dot: A Farce in Three Acts

      Chicago: The Dramatic Publishing Company. (1912). First. First American edition (from the sheets of the English edition with a new title page). 16mo. Printed wrappers. Front cover with rubberstamped cancel price of "75 cents" over the printed "50 cents" price. The front cover has a sticker from a distributor ("Baker's Plays") on the front wrap, and the corner of the half-title is a little clipped, else a fine and fresh, very bright copy. A beautiful copy. .

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        Stover at Yale

      Frederick A. Stokes, New York 1912 - First edition. Illustrated by Frederick R. Gruger. Spine-lettering a bit dull, slight wear at the spine end, a very good copy in a very good plus dustwrapper with a faint stain, and a little foxing, both on the spine. One of several books that make up the wonderful Lawrenceville Stories. Johnson wrote several novels and short stories revolving around Dink Stover and his prep school friends at the Lawrenceville School. Rare in jacket. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MODES ET MANIÈRES D'AUJOURD’HUI, (Paris), Pierre Corrard (Maquet/Coulouma imprimeurs, Jean Saudé enlumineur), 1912-1922. 7 vol.

      1912 - In-4o mayor.- Cada volumen ilustrado con 12 composiciones a la acuarela, aguada, pochoir o xilografía por Paul POIRET, Charles MARTIN, Georges BARBIER, Georges LEPAPE, André MARTY, Robert BONFILS et Fernand SIMÉON, acompañadas por textos de Pierre CORRARD, NOZIÈRES, Henri de REGNIER, Henry-JACQUES, Tristan BERNARD, Gérard D‟HOUVILLE et Paul VALÉRY, respectivamente.- Ejemplares no: 280/283 en papel Japón Shizuoka, numerado e inicialado por el prologuista y el artista (Año I, 1912); 159/271, igual papel, numerado y firmado por el artista (Año II, 1913); 95/300, igual papel, numerado e inicialado por el artista (Año III, 1914); 63/271, igual papel, numerado a máquina (Años de Guerra, 1914-1919); 279/271, igual papel, numerado a máquina (Año VIII, 1919); 116/271 en vélin d’Arches, numerado a máquina (Año IX, 1920); 203/271, igual papel, numerado a máquina (Año X, 1922).- Fina encuadernación estrictamente contemporánea de Henri CREUZEVAULT en medio marroquí y papel pintado, lomos lisos ornados con filetes dorados, títulos “à la chinoise” estampados en dorado, cantos superiores dorados, cubiertas originales conservadas ; estuche.- Prístino estado. RARISIMA COLECCION COMPLETA DE LA MITICA Y MAS REPRESENTATIVA PUBLICACION DEL PERIODO “ART-DECO”, QUE DOCUMENTA LA EVOLUCION DE LA MODA DE LA EPOCA, INTERPRETADA POR LOS MAXIMOS ILUSTRADORES DEL MOMENTO. FINA ENCUADERNACION DE HENRI CREUZVAULT EN PERFECTA CONSONANCIA CON EL ESPIRITU DE LA OBRA Y DE SU TIEMPO. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Arthur Schopenhauers sämtliche Werk, 13 Bände (= alles erschienene), hrsg. von Paul Deussen,

      München, Piper, 1912-1942,. die Bände 1 und 2 im 4.-6. Tsd., alle anderen Bände im 1.-3. bzw. 1. - 2.Tsd., gr.8°, insg. über 9.200 S. (ohne die römisch paginierten Vorworte), teilweise mit Handschrifts-Faksimlies (auch zum Ausklappen), Vollgrünschnitt, alle Bände mit grünen Vorsätzen (der abweichend gebundere Band 15 mit braunen), Text: Fraktur, schwarze original Leineneinbände mit goldener Rückenbeschriftung auf je zwei Rückenschildern und sparsamer Verzierung (der Band 15 abweichend im original Halbleder-Einband mit goldener Rückenbeschriftung und 4 Rückenbünden und ebenfalls 2 Rückenschildern), die Rücken der älteren Bände leicht aufgehellt, einige Bände mit kleinem, akurat ausgeführtem rechteckigen Ausschnitt (und anschließender Überklebung mit gleichem Papier) auf der Titelseite, auf der Rückseite der Titelseite gelegentliche ein kleiner dezenter Namens- und Datumsstempel, sonst schöne, nachgeradezu sehr schöne, stets textsaubere und sicher kaum je benutzte Exemplare der monumentalen Schopenhauer-Gesmtausgabe (L) Die umfangreichste und maßgebliche Schopenhauer-Ausgabe. Erster (1.) Band: Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung - 1. Band, XXXXIV, 739 S., 4.-6. Tsd., 1924 --//-- Zweiter (2.) Band: Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung, 2. Band, XVI, 822 S., 4. - 6. Tsd., 1924 --//-- Dritter (3.) Band: Über die vierfache Wurzel des Satzes vom zureichenden Grunde. Über den Willen in der Natur. Die beiden Grundprobleme der Ethik, IX, 881 S., 1912 --//-- Vierter (4.) Band: Parerga und Paralipomena, Erster Band, X, 582 S., 1913 --//-- Fünfter (5.) Band: Parerga und Paralipomena, Zweiter Band, 754 S., 1913 --//-- Sechster (6.) Band: Über das Sehen und die Farben = Theoria colorum physiologica. Balthazar Gracian's Hand-Orakel. Über das Interessante. Eristische Dialektik. Über die Verhunzung der deutschen Sprache, XXXIX, 875 S., 1923 --//-- Siebenter (7.) Band: Nicht erschienen --//-- Achter (8.) Band: Nicht erschienen --/-- Neunter (9.) Band: Philosophische Vorlesungen, Erste Hälfte: Theorie des Erkennens, XXXII, 587 S., 1913 --//-- Zehnter (10.) Band: Handschriftlicher Nachlass: Philosophische Vorlesungen, Zweite Hälfte: Metaphysik der Natur, des Schönen und der Sitten, 646 S., 1913 --//-- Elfter (11.) Band: Handschriftlicher Nachlass: Die Genesis des Systems, Erster Teil: Erstlingsmanuskripte, XXIV, 597 S., 1916 --//-- Zwölfter (12.) Band: Nicht erschienen --//-- Dreizehnter (13.) Band: Randbemerkungen zu den Hauptwerken Kants, VI, 438 S., 1926 --//-- Vierzehnter (14.) Band: Briefwechsel, Erster Band: [1799-1849], XVI, 652 S., 1929 --//-- Fünfzehnter (15.) Band: Briefwechsel, Zweiter Band (1849-1860), XI, 842 S., 1933 --//-- Sechzehnter (16.) Band: Briefwechsel, Dritter Band: [Nachträge, Register], XXVIII, 792 S., 1942

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        Campanile di S. Francesco a Gubbio.

      1912 - Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Benvenuto Disertori" di Paolo Bellini e Alessia Alberti, scheda n. 9 p. 20/21. Firma autografa dell’artista leggermente sbiadita. Secondo stato, senza alcuna scritta incisa. Formato: Acquaforte e bulino, mm. 345x187 (inc.), mm. 359x201 (las.). Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.

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        Papua or British New Guinea

      Fisher Unwin 1912 - Size: Quarto. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Scattered foxing, but text mostly clean. Edges browned slightly. Top edge gilt, faded. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Papua New Guinea; Indigenous Cultures. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 14075. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        RASSOW, Fritz / Burgvogt Baptiste Meunier (Chronist) / Max Schwerdtfeger (Illustration). STELLA - Die unheilige Geschichte vom Grafen Constant und von der wunderlichen Frau Estelle. - Aus der Chronik des Burgvogtes Baptiste Meunier mitgeteilt von Fritz Rassow. Mit Holzschnitten von Max Schwerdtfeger; Anno Domini M.D.CCCC.XII. Beigabe. Die sieben kolorierten Holzschnitte waren scheinbar für das Buch gedacht. Hier nun handelt es sich um einen Vorabdruck vom Verlag auf Büttenpapier die schließlich nicht mit eingebunden wurden. Desweiteren zwei Lagen aus dem Buch. Dabei die Titelseite als Variante. In erschienen Band sind die Holzschnitte nur schwarz weiß.

      Frankfurt a/M. Literarische Anstalt Rütten & Loening, 1912.. 18 x 14 cm. 231 S. ISBN: Keine. Original brauner Halbledereinband / Half leather . Kopffarbschnitt. Unbeschnittenes Bütten. No jacket. Guter Zustand / Good condition. 1. Auflage.. * Versandfertig innerhalb von 20 Stunden! GF4. (MGT). Jpg.

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        DESCRIZIONE CRONOLOGICA DELLA GARFAGNANA PROVINCIA DI TOSCANA DI ANSELMO MICOTTI. Con alcuni documenti del medesimo, ed altre notizie cavate da varj Autori spettanti al Dominio della repubblica di Lucca. Originale manoscritto, XVIII secolo.

      Bellissimo esemplare settecentesco, manoscritto in bella copia, di un celebre testo di storia della Garfagnana del XVII secolo, composto da Anselmo Micotti. Cm.28,2x20,2. Pg.4 non numerate, 202 numerate, 18 non numerate. Buona legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida, con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Ogni carta è finemente compilata in eccellente e ben comprensibile grafia, mediamente su 30 righe per pagina. Il testo è compilato in lingua italiana, con numerose citazioni in lingua latina, vergate in caratteri di corpo lievemente più piccolo. Uno spazio di pochi centimetri è lasciato in bianco al margine sinistro, ed utilizzato per contrappuntare l'evoluzione cronologica, i nomi di località e le citazioni bibliografiche delle fonti. L'Opera è divisa in due parti, la Prima dalla pg.1 alla pg.126, la Seconda dalla pg.127 alla pg.212. In fine la "Tavola delle cose contenute nella presente storia". Alla prima carta due notazioni, sempre manoscritte, di epoca diversa. La prima, settecentesca, ci informa del proprietario del manoscritto "Di Gianantonio Pelligotti di Perpoli"; mentre la seconda, datata Lucca, 27 giugno 1912, annota probabailmente l'ultimo passaggio di mano del volume: "Al Cav. Niccola Raffaelli in memoria di una buona opera, Dom. Martini". Esemplare su carta forte filigranata, splendidamente conservato, di fatto privo di bruniture e cancellature. Si tratta in tutta evidenza di una bella copia del XVIII secolo del testo composto nel secolo precedente dall'erudito garfagnino Anselmo Micotti, nato a Camporgiano nel 1630 e morto nel 1693. L'Opera fu scritta nel 1671. Le informazioni più significative vengono tratte dalla prefazione di Polimio Bacci all'ultima edizione a stampa, quella pubblicata a Lucca nel 1980, in tiratura limitata di 500 esemplari numerati per i Tipi di Maria Pacini Fazzi, che riproduce l'esemplare custodito presso la Biblioteca Estense di Modena (Cod.IT. 188). Annota dunque il Bacci: "Il Micotti che aveva raccolto molte notizie e documenti sulla Garfagnana, basandosi su queste scrisse poi la "Descrittione Cronologica della Garfagnana" col più serio intento di dare notizie certe e "trarre dal buio dell'antichità" alla luce le memorie della Patria, quasi sepolte nell'oblovione" [...] Il Pacchi stesso nella sua opera "Ricerche istoriche sulla Provincia di Garfagnana" pubblicata in Modena nel 1785 presso la Società Tipografica, dirà di avere preso dal Micotti alcuni documenti e di averli distinti "col suo stesso nome, per riconoscenza a chi prima di me si era presa la fatica di raccoglierli e riportarli". Sempre Polimio Bacci fornisce lumi circa la discendenza del Micotti: "I suoi antenati, ce lo fa sapere lui stesso, sarebbero i Michelotti di Perugia i quali dovettero lasciare, per ragione di partito, la loro città e rifugiatisi in un primo tempo a Bologna, di lì passarono in Garfagnana, stabilendosi a San Romano e in seguito a Camporgiano". Il nostro esemplare, confrontato con la suddetta edizione a stampa, presenta una serie di difformità: non vi compare alcuna dedicatoria, né illustrazione, né albero genealogico, ed è quindi presumibilmente una copia vergata a uso prevalentemente di studio e di referenza. Non disponiamo di alcuna informazione circa l'estensore, sicuramente un provetto calligrafo, se non il nome apposto alla prima carta e già segnalato: di solito la notazione suddetta "Di Gianantonio Pelligotti di Perpoli" denota la proprietà, ma non è affato da escludere che possa trattarsi anche dello stesso autore del manoscritto. A tale proposito il già citato Polimio Bacci nella Prefazione dell'edizione a stampa ci ragguaglia circa gli esemplari manoscritti conosciuti dell'opera del Micotti: "Di questo manoscritto se ne conoscono altre copie. Una è presso la famiglia Micotti di Camporgiano ...... una copia, già della famiglia Pesetti di Castelnuovo Garfagnana, fu donata dal Comune di Camporgiano nel 1969 al Card. Paolo Bertoli ..... un'altra copia si troverebbe nell'archivio privato dei Conti Poggi in Pian di Cerreto in Garfagnana". E' presumibile che tali copie siano di mano del Micotti stesso o comunque seicentesche, quindi il presente potrebbe essere una copia tarda, redatta su una delle precedenti. Assai intrigante infine l'altra notazione manoscritta apposta alla prima carta. Essa ci informa che il presente esemplare è stato donato nel 1912 a Lucca da Domenico Martini a Niccola Raffaelli. Se il Raffaelli è sicuramente un discendente della nobile famiglia originaria di Fosciandora, dalla cui biblioteca il presente volume proviene, assai affascinante è la possibile individuazione del Martini. E' possibile infatti trattarsi di quel Domenico Martini, architetto lucchese, che tra l'altro restaurò, su commissione di Roberto di Borbone, nipote di Carlo Lodovico duca di Lucca, la famosa Villa delle Pianore a Capezzano, a lungo residenza dei Savoia. L'aspetto più intrigante è tuttavia il fatto che Domenico era il padre di Giuseppe Martini, nome sconosciuto ai più, ma unanimemente considerato uno dei principali bibliofili, librai e collezionisti del XX secolo. Contemporaneo dei vari Leo S.Olschki (1861 - 1940), Ulrico Hoepli (1847 - 1935) e Tammaro De Marinis (1878 - 1969), Giuseppe Martini (Lucca, 1870 - Lugano, 1944) fu attivitò nella città natale tra il 1898 e il 1910, pubblicando otto Cataloghi di antiquariato oggi praticamente introvabili. I Cataloghi successivi, dal n°9 al n°18, videro la luce a New York tra il 1912 e il 1922, dato che egli si era trasferito oltreoceano agli inizi del nuovo secolo. Rientrato in Europa, si stabilì a Lugano, ove pubblicò i Cataloghi dal n°19 al n°30. Presso l?Archivio Arcivescovile e la Biblioteca Capitolare di Lucca viene oggi custodita la "Collezione Martini", acquisita dall?Archivio nel 1945 a seguito delle disposizioni testamentarie del proprietario: contiene circa 500 pergamene, divise tra diplomi imperiali e regi, alcuni provenienti dalle cancellerie longobarde e carolingie, documenti pontifici e atti privati, compresi tr

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        British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January, 1912 Through December 1912 *INCLUDES JUNE SOUVENIR ISSUE - FEATURES VICTORIA*

      British Columbia: British Columbia Telephone Company. Half Leather. Telephone Talk was the glossy bimonthly publication of the British Columbia Telephone Company. It was written by employees for employees to present information of interest to those engaged in the plant, traffic, commercial, operating, accounting and other departments of the service. Each issue is replete with black and white photos and information on topics such as: company, industry and technological news, traffic levels, expansion plans, personnel announcements, publicity and social events, deaths, weddings, lists of exchanges, and more. As such, these issues serve as a vital preserve of rare and fascinating British Columbia history. This volume covers topics including: Photo of new office in Victoria; Advances in rates; Increased Rates in Manitoba; Telephoning across the Atlantic; Exchanges ranked in order of per cent good toll calls, November 1911; Statement of development - number of phones operating in each exchange as of 1 December 1911; Cover photo of Grand Forks Switchboard; Photo montage of underground work at Victoria; Birth of the Telephone - 3 page article; Mr. F.J. MacGougan; Photo of types of protected terminals; Vancouver Switchboard photos from 1908 and 1898; Great 2-page photo of the huge 'A' switchboard at Seymour; Load Curve Graph of Seymour Office; Cut-over of Victoria Plant - new epoch in phone history of B.C.'s capital; Vancouver Island Toll Rates; Special Victoria Issue - photo montage of city and district officials; Photo of New B.C. Office; Table showing # of phones in Victoria since 1880; Photos of underground work in Victoria; May 1880 list of Victoria subscribers; 1890 list of subscribers; cable-laying scenes from last September; Nanaimo and Sidny facilities; New Gulf Cable Ordered by William Farrell in England; Miss Mina Kerr; Record work at Highland; New Plant Department Building; How a Directory is Produced; Jolly moonlight excursion to Nanaimo aboard the steamer Princess Patricia; Great photo of 5 new auto wagons of the construction department in front of the Seymour Office (horses having been recently displaced); Some Victoria cable troubles; Photo montage of the Royal visitors, the Duke of Connaught, the Duchess of Connaught, and Princess Patricia; Training school for operators; interior and exterior views of the Royal trolley coach; 3-page Kamloops feature with photos; Functionalization of Plant - reorganization of the department; laying North Vancouver Cable; Photos of large buildings under construction in the Fairmont exchange - the Lee Building, the hospital buildintgs, Steel plant in G.N.R. yards; Fairmont feature - 4 pages with photos; Instructions for Operators; North Vancouver Cable Ready; Importance of Transmission; and more. Hinges tender but intact. Backstrip very rough. Ink stamp of company executive E.P. LaBelle upon top edge. Mr. LaBelle's signature upon front free endpaper and his initials are penned to top edge. He is mentioned on page 8 of the July issue as being the new Plant Engineer. Binding intact. Please note: small article clipped from page 18 of the December issue. . Fair. 1912. First Edition.

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        Die heteroplastische und nomöoplastische Transplantation. Eigene Untersuchungen und vergleichende Studien.

      . Berlin, Verlag von Julius Springer, 1912, 8°, (4), 161, (1), 6 pp. Anzeigen, 29 Abb., 1 Tafel, orignal broschiertes Exemplar in einem feinem Halbleinenband im Stil der Zeit.. Georg Schöne (1875- ), coiner of the term "transplantation immunity," was among the first to study tumor immunology by means of transplantable tumor lines in experimental animals. "From the very outset of these investigations of transplantable tumors, it was noted that there were very strict limitations on the ability of the tumor transplant to survive in the new host. The experimental work of barely a decade was summarized in 1912 in "Die hetroplastische und homöoplastische Transplantation". - Schöne made clear, tumor researches had already established by 1912 the general rules governing the acceptance or rejection of tumor grafts. . . . Here, in 1912, are the 'laws of transplantation' substantially as we understand them today" Silverstein, Hist. Immunology, pp. 278-79. - Schöne generalized these findings beyond tumors to encompass the transplantation of skin and organs. His work forms one of the foundation stones of the Nobel-Prize winning transplantation researches conducted a generation later by Medawar and Burnet. - Garrison & Morton No. 2567.1

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        Examinations of Rivers and Harbors, 1911-1912 (Volumes 1-4)

      Washington: Government Printing Office. 1912. First. First edition. Multiple House Documents (62d Congress, 2d Session, 1911-1912) bound in a four volume set. Thick octavos. Each volume contains numerous folding topographical maps and plates. Complete as issued in the original publisher's cloth. Moderate soiling to the boards, else about near fine. Contains detailed topographical and engineering surveys of important rivers and harbors throughout the country, and including Kauai, Hawaii. Prepared under the direction of the Secretary of War by the US Army Corps of Engineers. A scarce complete set with the folding maps in fine condition. .

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        Ponts De Paris

      Paris : A Perche , 1912 . First French Edition . VG . 4TO . The French edition of The Book of Bridges which was published in England in 1911. Eighteen wonderfully evocative Art Nouveau illustrations by Jessie M King. Only one thousand copies were printed of each edition and were not reprinted. Bound in couse green cloth with pictorial cover paste-on by King and gilt design by her on spine. Missing front endpaper otherwise light wear with the contents in excellent condition, with one tissue guard wrinkled. A lovely book and very scarce.

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        THE MASTER OF MYSTERIES.

      1912 - First edition. Near fine, tight, bright copy. Illustrated by Karl Anderson and George Brehm. Queen's Quorum 50 says, ". which were published anonymously in the same year. Acknowledgment of authorship was made in the book itself by means of a cipher: the first letters of the first words of the twenty-four stories read "The Author Is Gelett Burgess"; the last letters of the last words of the twenty-four stories read: false to life and false to art. The detective so scornfully exposed is Armenian-born Astrogon Kerby, or Astro, who pretends to be a palmist and crystal-gazer and who affects a jeweled turban, flowing silk robes, silver-mounted water-pipe, and even a pet white lizard." Sharp copy. QUEEN'S QUORUM 50. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Der Stricker: Pfaffe Amis. "Disz buchlein sagt von dem ofenturliche man genant pfaf Amysz/was er wunders hat volbracht sein tag". Faksimile [1912] der einzige, vollständige Ausgabe [1478] aus Bayerischer Staatsbibliothek in München. Mit gleicher Fehlstelle wie im Originalausgabe auf Bl. 24 - fehlender/herausgeschnittener Holzschnitt ? -vorgestellt.

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