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      Dodd, Mead. Very Good; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced by . 30%. Sale price ends soon!***. 1912. Hardcover. 18 volumes includes the following: THE DUKE’S CHILDREN. 3 Vols. 1912. ++ IS HE POPENJOY? 2 Vols. 1913. ++ JOHN CALDIGATE. 2 Vols. 1911. ++ THE EUSTACE DIAMONDS. 2 Vols. 1912, 1910. ++ PHINEAS FINN. 3 Vols. 1912. ++ PHINEAS REDUX. 3 Vols. 1913. ++ THE PRIME MINISTER. 3 Vols. 1911, 1913, 1913. Three quarter red moroccan leather bound covers with 5 raised bands and gilt stamped floral spine decor. Spines are in very good condition. Heavy wear to corners and some edges of covers. There is faint damp staining to several covers, with old mildew damage to edge of several covers. Boards and spines are straight. Bindings are tight. Marbled end sheets and paste downs very good. Photogravure frontispieces protected by tissue. Pages clean and in very good+ or better condition. Gilt top edges. .

      [Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books]
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        Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray 1861-1865

      In 1912 Yeary privately published Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray, 1861?"1865. This 904-page book comprised memoirs submitted to her by Confederate Army veterans living in Texas at the time of writing. To these records she added the constitution of the Confederate States of America and a complete listing of Civil War engagements.This is a very rare FIRST EDITION IN NEAR FINE CONDITION--nearly impossible to find. Orig. gilt-lettered and rebacked in leather, else a very tight copy. Three quarter leather and cloth. new front and rear endpapers

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        Papiri greci e latini

      Firenze: Tipografia Enrico Ariani, 1912. ril (hard cover). Molto buono (Very Good). 8vo. Volume I: nn. 1-112. Con 13 tavole fotocollografiche. Prefazione di G. Vitelli. Volume II: nn. 113-156. Con 5 tavole fotocollografiche. Volume III: nn. 157-279. Con una tavola fotocollografica. Volume IV: nn. 280-445.Opera pubblicata dal 1912 al 1917 I papiri della "Società Italiana (e poi dell'Istituto "Vitelli") vengono di regola pubblicati in una serie di volumi, di cui il primo uscì nel 1912; l'ultimo comparso, nel 1979, è il primo fascicolo del XV volume. I testi pubblicati nella serie dei PSI sono 1468. Ma molti altri papiri sono stati pubblicati su riviste papirologiche o hanno avuto edizioni in sillogi o in monografie. Tutti i papiri della serie PSI, una volta pubblicati, sono stati depositati alla Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, oppure riconsegnati all'Egitto e sono ora custoditi al Museo Egizio del Cairo; solo a partire dal secondo dopoguerra, alcuni dei testi, pur pubblicati nella serie dei PSI (dal vol. XIII in poi), sono rimasti nella sede dell'Istituto Papirologico. Tra i testi già editi nella serie dei PSI, conservati all'Istituto "Vitelli", si segnalano per importanza: PSI XIII.1 1296 (pergamene di Antinoe). PSI XIII.1 1304 (Elleniche di Ossirinco). PSI XIV 1390 (Euforione). PSI XIV 1383 (Esiodo, Catalogo delle donne). Vi sono anche papiri figurati (PSI XIII 1370, XIV 1450-52). Il papiro siriaco, sopra citato, fu pubblicato da J.-M. Sauget in Annali dell'Istituto Universitario Orientale 45 (1985) pp. 1-16. Tra i testi in lingua egiziana appartenenti all'Istituto, che siano già pubblicati, spiccano due rotoli ieratici da Tebtynis, veramente notevoli per estensione, l'uno dedicato alla glorificazione del dio Sobek (G. Botti, Copenhagen 1959), l'altro contenente un manuale mitologico (J. Osing - G. Rosati, Firenze 1998). La parte numericamente più rilevante della collezione, tuttavia, è costituita dalla serie dei PSI ancora inediti, che solo per la parte già inventariata arriva a quasi 4000 numeri. Abrasione al risguardo per rimozione di etichetta (Damage on front panel from sticker removal)

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        The Weird of the Wanderer

      London, William Rider & Son Ltd.,, 1912. Being the Papyrus Records of some Incidents in one of the Previous Lives of Mr. Nicholas Crabbe. Octavo. Original blue cloth, decoration to upper board in blind, titles to upper board and spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Trace of spotting to the fore edge but an immaculate copy in the internally backed dust jacket with some restoration at the tips of the somewhat tanned spine panel. First edition. The survival of dust jackets on copies of this book stems from a handful of copies discovered by a rare book dealer in the late 1950s. Notwithstanding none had ever been out of their packaging paper was in parlous state and he had each copy backed with Japanese paper. However this paper in turn proved not to be much better and we had had to make a further repair. Nevertheless a nice looking book and still pretty scarce in this order.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Gesammelte Werke. Hrsg. von Dr. J. Schwalbe unter Mitwirkung von G. Graffky & E. Pfuhl. 2 in 3 Bde.

      . Leipzig, Verlag von Georg Thieme, 1912, Folio, XIV, 706 pp.; IV, 680 pp.; V, pp.681-1216; 1 Portraitafeln, 2 Frontisp., 194 Textabbildungen und 43 z.T. farb. Tafel., 3 feine Halbledereinbände mit Rückenvergoldung; feines Exemplar.. First and only Edition of Robert Koch's collected works! - Many of the basic principles and techniques of modern bacteriology were adapted or devised by Robert Koch, who therefore is often regarded as the chief founder of that science. His isolation of the causal agents of anthrax, tuberculosis, and cholera brought him worldwide acclaim as well as leadership of the German school of bacteriology. Directly or indicrectly he influenced authorities in many countries to introduce public health legislation based on knowledge of the microbic origin of various infections, and he stimulated more enlightened popular attitudes toward hygienic and immunologic measures for controlling such diseases. So he was ranked by Paul Ehrlich among "the few princes of medical science"; and Theobald Smith- not given to loose praise- called him "the master of us all in bacteriology". Such tributes were evoked by a remarkable combination of qualities- extraordinarily methodical technique, dogged perseverance in verifying theories and fearless logic in applying findings, and tireless industry. "Nicht locker lassen" (don't let up) was a favorite exhortation to himself and associates. - Koch expressed his career's basic motivation in his first paper on tuberculosis: "I have undertaken my investigations in the interest of public health and I hope the greatest benefits will acure therefrom". In disclosing the causes from disease and expounding the means of prevention, Robert Koch at his best was unexcelled. The Faustian weaknesses and perplexeties he carried do not diminish the lasting benefits that his aspirations bestowed upon mankind. - cit. n. Claude E. Dollmann, DSB 7, p.420-434. - - Koch's complete works were published two years after his death and contain practically all 99 of his published monographs and scientific papers, as well as 92 previously unpublished reports to national, state and municipal authorities. - Vol.I contains his early classic reports on anthrax, wound infections, disinfection, and methods of isolating bacteria, and 18 other papers on tuberculosis that appeared between 1882 and 1910. Vol. II, pt.1 contains 9 publications on cholera and 30 on tropical diseases, chiefly malaria and sleeping sickness. Among the reports to governments in vol. II, pt.2, 53 deal with zoonoses, acute infectious diseases (including cholera and typhoid fever), and tropical diseases; 8 with tuberculosis; 5 with vaccination regulations and procedures; 14 with with sewage disposal and water supplies; and 12 with miscellaneous topics ranging from the denaturing of alcohol to smoke nuisances. - Heirs of Hippocrates, No. 1076; Garrison & Morton No.86; Nobel price in 1905. - These three volumes containing Garrison & Morton No. 2331-3, 2544.1, 2457, 2488, 2495.1, 2536, 2545, 5040, 5108, 5167, 5636.1, 5923, 5930. - Rare not in Cushing, Osler or Waller.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat für Medizin - Fritz-Dieter S]
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        Original Poster : Grand Trunk Pacific Railway / Allan Royal Mail Line. 1854 - 1912. Circa 1912

      Grand Trunk Pacific Railway / Allan Royal Mail 1912. (Poster) Very good. Original un-mounted Royal Mail Service Sailings Poster. 22" X 36". Slight trimming to top border. Some buckling with very light staining at edges. Poster shows sailing dates of various steamers from St. John - Halifax - Liverpool and Boston - Portland - Glasgow as well as ticket rates. The Allan Shipping Line was started in 1819 and in 1917 sold to the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services LTD (CPOS, now CP Ships).

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books]
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        The Macrolepidoptera of the world. Div. II. Fauna Exotica. Volume XI: THE MACROLEPIDOPTERA OF THE INDO-AUSTRALIAN FAUNA: NOCTUIFORM PHALAENAE.

      Stuttgart 1912. 4to. pp. ii, 1-496, with 57 chromolithographed plates. Unbound in portfolio. All published.

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        32 Photos and Clippings of a Trip to the Panama Canal

      1912. A collection of 32 original photographs from F.N. Barrett, editor of The American Grocer, and 25 pages of clippings from a published article detailing his trip to the Panama Canal in early 1912. The collection is composed of 22 loose photographs, measuring 5.5" x 3.5"; seven panoramic photographs, measuring 10.5" x 3.5"; and 11 additional photographs, measuring 5.5"x 3" and 4" x 3.25", tipped onto loose pages. All very good with some light wear. Also included are 25 pages of magazine clippings paralleling Barrett's journey, tipped onto stationery for The Grocery and Allied Trade Press of America, as well as one tiny tintype. Barrett journeyed from New Orleans to Panama by way of Costa Rica with another business professional, a U.S. official referred to as "the Senator," and "the Deacon," who had a "predilection to study ethnology." The accompanying article describes the voyage; each stop, including the landscape, local residents, marketplaces (giving particular detail to the American goods found: Campbell's, Franco-American, Beech-Nut, etc.); and details of the Panama dig: number of men employed, soil and rock moved, and costs of the project. The photos were taken at many of the stops along the way, with images of Barrett and his fellow travelers; a coffee plantation; native peoples, including a "Hindoo Picture Maker" (or photographer); various buildings and ruins in Panama; and canal construction. A nice travelogue during the years of American expansion in the early part of the 20th Century, from an interesting perspective. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        BASEBALL TEAM OF 1912: Three photographs, each 9 3/4 x 13 inches, mounted in the original dark wood three-window frame by W. F. Baker of Parker Studio of Morristown on July 19, 1912

      Morristown, NJ, 1912 - A wonderful study of the team, recalling the Great National Game of home- town America, and a splendid item of New Jersey history (BASEBALL) 13 1/2 x 44 inches overall. . Fine condition, the photographs clear, sharp and unfaded. Each of the three panels is signed in pencil on the back by the framer, with the rubber stamps of W.C. and L.C. Parker, and the date [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Arbeiten aus dem Atelier der Architekten E. Hoppe M. Kammerer O. Schonthal

      [No place: no publisher. no date - circa 1912]. Folio. Yellow cloth gilt. Forty mounted mechanically reproduced drawings and photographs of exquisite Secession style buildings, details, and interiors, some in color. No text, possibly used by the firm to display their work. We can not find a collation for this volumes but it appears that a few images are lacking. A couple of stains on the boards, some of the images are loose, about very good. All three Viennese architects were students of Otto Wagner. .

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      London: William Rider & Son Ltd.,. 1912. Octavo, pp. [i-viii] ix [x] xi [xii] 1-403 [404: printer's imprint] + sixteen-page undated publisher's catalogue inserted at rear, four inserted plates with illustrations by Phillys Vere Campbell,. original decorated red cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold.. Cloth lightly worn at lower front corner tips, some bubbling to. cloth, mostly rear panel, a very good copy with bright cover. stamping. A nice copy of a scarce book and one of Hume's most. imaginative novels. (#130324). First edition. "Occult thriller by prolific mystery writer; young lovers caught in conflict between black and white magicians, also Atlantean memories, reincarnation, metempsychosis, prophecies. A potpourri of supernatural themes to keep the pot boiling, and the plot moving briskly. Unencumbered by the occult jargon that clogs other Rider weirds in this period." - Robert Knowlton. Barron (ed) Horror Literature 3-98. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 875. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 119. Bleiler (1978), p. 105. Reginald 07603.

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        THE SILVER CAP, 1912

      - Hand-pulled photogravure, 9 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches. Archivally matted with window over mat. Fine. The image is a fine richly-toned photogravure from CAMERA WORK 40, 1912.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Typescript signed ("George Dewey") of his artcle, "Needed - A Powerful Navy"

      Washington, D.C, december 7, 1912. 4to. 3 pp. on Department of the Navy letterhead; with 1 p. Typed Letter of submission, signed, to William Griffith, editor of the National Sunday Magazine, in New York City. A few light pencil marks in margin, fine in a blue cloth folder . An article for the National Sunday Magazine by Admiral Dewey (1837-1917), the hero of the Battle of Manila in the Spanish American War and the only man to ever attain the rank of Admiral of the Navy. Here is a mere excerpt: "Wars are certain to come and the nation must be prepared. The history of all ages has shown that the proper provision for peace is preparedness for war. A large Navy makes for peace and is an economical asset to the nation, possessing it. National supineness has cost us much in the past and we can not afford to have it repeated. Cornwallis was not properly supported by the Navy and England lost her colonies; Napoleon fell because Villeneuve was no match for Nelson. The Confederacy lost because the Federal Navy blockaded all its ports shutting off supplies and revenues. After Spain's navy was destroyed her colonial possessions were no longer tenable. The defeat of the Russian Navy by the Japanese decided the Russia-Japanese War. Italy in its recent war had command of the sea and Turkey had to make peace. The Greek Navy at the present time has been a powerful factor in the success of the Balkan states against Turkey. To have a weak navy courts attack, disaster and defeat. Diplomatic demands in international affairs will be heeded only if a nation has the necessary force to back them up. The navy is always all important factor in international settlements. This nation can not afford to be content, to have our navy, relegated from second to fourth or fifth place. The Spanish-American War, which lasted about one hundred days, cost us approximately five hundred million dollars - about four times the total annual expenditure for the Navy. And this does not include the yearly pensions resulting there from, to say nothing of the lives sacrificed. Fifty million dollars properly spent on battleships preceding 1898 would have made this a hopeless undertaking for Spain. The United States in recent years has become a world power necessitating the assuming of corresponding responsibilities. These obligations our representative citizens are willing to accept, but turn to our military experts for guidance, and their studies and not political or economic conditions must decide. We must have a navy not to wage but to prevent war. It must be a well balanced Navy. That is battleships with the proper proportion of auxiliaries. Such as destroyers, scouts supply, repair ships, etc.; but battleships are paramount, and the building of them must continue. It requires three years to build a battleship and they can not be bought or improvised. Battleships deteriorate and become obsolete in time -"

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        Quickborn - Volksleben in plattdeutschen Gedichten ditmarscher Mundart. Gedruckt als sechzehntes Buch der Ernst Ludwig Presse für den Insel-Verlag zu Leipzig in fünfhundert Exemplaren, davon fünfzig auf van Gelder-Bütten.

      Leipzig, 1912, Im Insel-Verlag.. Gr.-8°, OPergament, Guter Zustand, Kopfgoldschnitt, zweiseitig unbeschnitten (minimale Gilbung), Textbereich und Vorsätze sauber. 318 S.. Einband von F. W. Kleukens. Der Abdruck erfolgte mit Genehmigung der Klaus Grothschen Erben und der Firma Lipsius und Tischer in Kiel. Hier: Eines der seltenen 50 Exemplare in Pergament auf van Gelder-Bütten!

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        The adventures of an elephant hunter

      Macmillan London 1912 - First edition. 8vo., xviii, [i], 324pp., later brown half morocco gilt, lightly rubbed, a very good copy. "One of the true classics of African big-game hunting, this work recounts the author's elephant hunting exploits primarily along the Luwegu River in German East Africa, and the Locheringo River in Portuguese East Africa." - Czech. Czech, p160. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Coronation Durbar, 1911

      Allahabad: Pioneer Press,, 1912. Being a Reprint of Articles and Telegrams previously published in the Pioneer. With 28 Illustrations and a Map. Small quarto (237 × 173 mm) Contemporary dark green morocco, title gilt to the spine, fleur-de-lys devices within compartments formed of double gilt rolls between dotted rolls, title to the upper board surmounted by the Imperial Crown, double fillet panel, edges sprinkled blue, gilt palmette roll to the turn-ins, moiré effect endpapers. Double portrait frontispiece and 24 other plates, large folding map at the rear. Minor rubbing to the boards, a scatter of foxing in the prelims., light toning, but overall very good, and attractive copy. First edition, surprisingly uncommon with just 11 copies showing on OCLC. A handsomely presented copy of this detailed account of events at the last of the great Imperial Durbars, celebrating the coronation of King George V and his consort Queen Mary. The text is divided into three section: Camps and General Arrangements covering the complex logistics; Durbar Functions, a calendar of the major events; and Sport, chronicling the various tournaments arranged as an entertainment to accompany this huge gathering. The text is augmented by appendices containing official documentation: the Royal Proclamation; Court Circulars; the Durbar Honours List; and Administrative Changes, which includes the official documentation relating to the decision to the transfer of the capital from Calcutta to New Delhi. This copy further enhanced by the addition, tipped in at the front free endpaper, of the clipped signatures of Canning, Governor-General of India, 1856-62, and of his successor the Earl of Elgin. A highly attractive memento of this glittering occasion.

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        Landscape Gardening in Japan

      Shuyeisha, 1912 - Hardcover, folio, 161pp., 37 monochrome and sepia plates, numerous diagrams (some lightly coloured). Prelims foxed, spotted; some spotting throughout; repaired with new spine; gilt illustrations to boards, slightly worn at edges. Very good given age. This is the second edition of Conder's influential treatise on Japanese landscape gardening, which introduced Japanese gardening to the West. The favourable reception accorded to his work on the "Flowers of Japan" encouraged the author to issue another volume on the more comprehensive Art of Landscape Gardening. The present volume is an exposition of the rules and theories of that art, as followed from ancient to modern times, so far as they can be gathered from a thorough study of native authorities, added to personal observation of the best remaining examples. The chapters range from an historical overview of Japanese gardens, through to studies of landscaping components that include garden stones, lanterns, pagodas, water basins, enclosures, wells, bridges, and arbours, with a final trio of chapters covering ornamental water, vegetation, and garden composition. The line drawings are particularly beautiful for their refined subtlety.

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        The Artist: A Drama Without Words

      Boston: John W. Luce. 1912. First. First edition, first issue. 12mo. Printed papercovered boards. A lovely, fine copy of an excessively fragile little play, issued without dustwrapper. Signed by Mencken on the front fly. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Der kluge Fridolin. Eine lustige Bildergeschichte von Elsa Beskow, Text von Emil Ferdinand Malkowsky.

      G. Löwensohn,, Fürth, 1912 - Fürth, G. Löwensohn, (1912). Quer-4°. (16) Blatt mit farbigen Illustrationen von Elsa Beskow. Original illustr. Pappdeckel, Rücken erneuert. Deutsche Ausgabe der Geschichte von "Pelles nya kläder", im Original 1912? in Stockholm bei Axel Elisassons erschienen. Deutsche Ausgabe von der Staatsbibliothek Berlin auf 1910 datiert. Beskows (1874-1953) Bildergeschichte von dem Jungen, der aus der Wolle seines Schäfchens einen neuen Anzug erhält, ist hier mit einem Text von Malkowsky (1880-1967) versehen, in Sütterlin-Schrift gedruckt. - Mit hs. Widmung auf Titel datiert 1924. - Papier gebräunt, Exlibris auf Vorsatz, Deckel unfrisch. Original illustr. Pappdeckel, Rücken erneuert.

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        Iphigenie Auf Tauris Ein Schauspiel

      Hammersmith: Doves Press, 1912. leather_bound. Orig. full vellum. Fine/No Dust Jacket. 110 pages. 23.5 x 17 cm. Limited edition, one of 200. Printed from the 1889 Weimer Text, Compositor: William Jenkins. Pressmen: H. Gage-Cole & Albert Lewis. Goethe wrote the first version in six weeks. It was first performed on April 6, 1779, in prose form. He rewrote it in 1781, again in prose, and finally in 1786 in verse form. Fresh, clean copy with spine gilt lettering bright.

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        Die Hirtenflöte.,

      Wien, Deutsch-Österr. Vlg. 1912. - kl-8°. 3 Bl., 103 S., 1 Bl. Mit 9 Orig.-Radierungen v. Ferdinand SCHMUTZER. Grüner Orig.-Maroquin-Bd. mit Rückenvergold. Beide Deckel mit reicher Vergoldung aus Rahmenfileten u. punktierten Zierlinien (Entwurf Josef HOFFMANN, Wiener Werkstätte). Titelbl. unten m. Ausschnitt. Einbd. etw. gelockert sowie mit wenigen kl. Flecken u. Bereibungen. Exlibris auf flieg. Vors. Eines von 400 num. Expl. Gedruckt bei Chr. Reißer s Söhne, Wien Gewicht in Gramm: 500 Sonderangebot: Antiquariat Burgverlag bietet AbeBooks-Kunden einen exklusiven Rabatt von 50% auf sämtliche Preise. Alter Preis: 1000,00 EUR

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        Mark Twain: a Biography. the Personal and Literary Life of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. Three Volumes (Complete)

      Harper & Bros. , N. Y.. Fine with No dust jacket as issued. 1912. Half-Leather. The author lived with Twain during the last years of his life and had access to Twain's papers and letters. This is the authorized biography (1912) containing many unpublished pieces. Half red leather and half marbled boards, 5 bands on spine with gold titles, top edge gilded, untrimmed pages. Some pages are still uncut. Fully illustrated. Scarce in this leather-bound edition. Copyright pages on each volume states published September 1912. Date on title pages is also 1912. Each volume has the publishers code K-M indicating a publication date of October (K) , 1912 (M) . Volume I, 562 pages; Volume II, pages 563-1110; Volume III, pages 1111-1719, appendix A-X, index. All three sets are tightly bound and no writing or previous owner's names. Each volume has some minor nicks to the leather. A very attractive set in Fine condition. ; Each volume is standard book size. .

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        The Latter Day Saints: A Study of the Mormons in the Light of Economic Conditions

      Williams & Norgate, London 1912 - First edition. A worn copy -- right side of the front board lightened from dampening, chips and tears to the spine. Inscribed by both authors to Reginald Wright Kauffman's uncle Samuel Wright, a book reviewer and scholar: "To my very dearest uncle, and our dearest friend. Ruth Wright Kauffman" (and) "Sept. 1912. Moi aussi! Reginald Wright Kauffman." Upon Samuel Wright's death, the Kauffman's inherited his library, thus his books became their own copies. Kauffman was born and lived in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, although he also maintained homes in Switzerland and Bath, Maine. After graduating from Harvard in 1900, he wrote dozens of stories, mysteries, children's books, and non-fiction titles. He was the editor of the Bangor, Maine *Daily News* from 1941-1947. His novel *The House of Bondage* was widely praised, specifically by Emma Goldman, as the first serious attempt to explore the problem of women and prostitution. Very scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        George Borrow. The Man and his Books

      Chapman & Hall, London, 1912. First Edition, first issue. Large 8vo. 333pp + viii index. Purple cloth with defective gilt lettering and rule to spine and a handsome blind-stamped decoration to upper board. With a tissue-protected portrait frontispiece, twenty-three captioned plates and an eleven-page bibliography. Lacking the tipped-in Corrigendum and errata slip. A little wear and a short tear to the head of the backstrip, which is also quite faded. Fox spotting to preliminary leaves, but thereafter mostly confined to margins. Former owner name and date (1918) inked to front endpaper. Quite a bright copy housed in the original dust wrapper, internally reinforced, tanned, chipped at spine ends and with several lengthy creases suggestive of it having at some point been stored within the text. Alas, not the prettiest copy, yet a most uncommon early Edward Thomas dust wrapper. Eckert pp. 223.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good/Fair.

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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 Telephone Company, British Columbia 1912 - 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      . Zustand: Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Malaga. 1912.30x23. Hija del famoso medico malagueno D. Luis Parody Lopez. Gran ejemplar de su vida professional de varios anos con recortes, cartas, entradas, programas, etc. Bella Obra y unica al ser personal. Ref 2.7 Biblioteca A.

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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

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1912 - 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." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Korrektive Nasen- und Ohrenplastik (52 pp., 50 Abb, 21 Tafeln).

      . Hdb. speziellen Chir. Ohres u.d. oberen Luftwege, 1/2. - Hrsg. v. Ludwig Katz, Hermann Preysing & Felix Blumenfeld. - Würzburg, Verlag von Kurt Kabitsch, 1912, Gr.8°, (6), 481 pp., 456 Abb., 46 Taf., orig. Halbledereinband.. First Edition of the FIRST MAJOR CONTRIBUTION BY "THE FATHER OF MODERN RHINOPLASTIC SURGERY". G.Aufricht - This contribution marks the establishing of modern rhinoplastic by Jacques Joseph. He "began originally as an orthopedic surgeon, but soon he became involved with the reducution of large, protruding ears. Apparently the rumor of his successful operation spread around, and one day a male patient appeared in his office, asking to have his unshapely large nose reduced. Joseph describes the psychologic effect of the conspicuous nose and makes the fundamental observation that the patient 'is happy to move around unnoticed'. He named this first operation "Rhinomiosis". He liked to coin technical terms, usually Greek and Latin (e.g. "Rhinomiosis" for nasal reconstruction, "Melomioplastik" for a face lift, or "Metopo-mioplastik" for wrinkles and frowns of the forehead). The day before his first operation Joseph tried it on a cadaver. He was extremely thorough, and his analytical approach manifested itself in the exact nose measurements, made before and after operation. I always admired this exactness when he fashioned a skin flap. He would measure the defect and flap from every angle, and carefully study the effect of turning the pedicle. The flap fitted perfectly; it never had to be streched to make up for shortage. His sense of form was that of an artist, I have never seen a better total nasal reconstruction, whether from the forehead or arm, than Joseph's. - Joseph had an ingenious and constructive mind and devised many instruments, some of them obsolete today. He had practically a special instrument for every step of a rhinoplasty. He also devised, for "aseptic" suturing, a horeshoe-shaped doublepronged forceps. It was to thread the suture material without touching either needle or the thread. He gave this method the fancy name "Apodactyle suture" (fingerless suture). This was to prevent stitch infections. Joseph did not use gloves, only three rubber fingers on each hand. He considererd the sense of touch important in endonasal plastic work. He did not wear cap or mask. Nevertheless, he observed accurate aseptic technique and had few complications. This was due to his extreme care and gentleness in handling tissues; he called it "biologic sense". Joseph amassed a vast experience which he crystallized into definite methods. No operative step was ever haphazard, nor without careful consideration. cf. Gustave Aufricht in McDowell, Source book of plastic surgery² - Further content of this important volume: Pieniazek: Behandlung der Stenosen. Von Pieniazek. - Kosmetische Operationen - Port, G.: Prothesen; Stein, Alber E.: Die Paraffintherapie; Bockenheimer, Ph.: Plastische Operationen. Kuttner, A.: Die Röntgendiagnostik bei Erkrankungen der Nebenhöhlen, der Hypophysis der Zähne und der Ohren. Meyer, Edmund: Die phlegmonösen Entzündungen der oberen Luftwege. Kissling: Septischen Erkrankungen. - Natvig 22 - Plastic wedge strut for bulldog noses.

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        LES OBRES D'AUZIAS MARCH. Edicio critica per A. P. (2 vols.) I. Introduccio. Text Critic de les Poesies I a LXXIV / II. Texts Critic de les Poesies LXXV a CXXVIII. Glossari

      Institut d'Estudis Catalans - Tip. L'Avenç 1912-1914, Barcelona - . t.I 442 t.II 377 pp. 27x20 cm. 1a edició. Làmina manuscrit en frontis i 2 làmines més a doble pàg. Fis. b/n entre text; abundants notes. Índex alfabètic. (DESPESES D'ENVIAMENT per Agencia INCLOSES EN EL PREU, per a España, pagament per transferencia) . FILOLOGIA CATALANA VALENCIANA ENSAYO LITERATURA POESIA MEDIEVAL BIBLIOFILIA 27612 SL-5 Molt bon estat, paper sense desbarbar Holandesa artesanal època en pergamí i tela, nervis i 2 tixells en llom [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        One Thousand and Twenty Fifth Avenue New York

      NP (1912) - Folio. Three-quarter vellum over paper-covered boards with title in gold on cover. Binding protected by mylar jacket. Fore-and bottom page edges untrimmed, as published. A delightful pictorial journey of this gorgeous house on New York's Fifth Avenue. Profusely illustrated with reproductions of plates in photogravure. Photographs by Lillian Baynes Griffin, who was the wife of the American Impressionist Painter Walter Griffin (1861-1935). Each plate protected by a tissue guard. William Salomon (1852-?) was an American financier and one of the managers of the New York firm Speyer & Co. In 1902 he founded the banking-house William Salomon & Co. He was very active in railroad finance and has contributed a number of articles on financial and other topics to the magazines of the day. Minor staining on boards. Foxing to endpapers, sporadic foxing on margin of plates. Very good condition. Scarce. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mark Twain: a Biography. the Personal and Literary Life of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. Three Volumes (Complete) .

      Harper & Bros. , N. Y. 1912 - The author lived with Twain during the last years of his life and had access to Twain's papers and letters. This is the authorized biography (1912) containing many unpublished pieces. Half red leather and half marbled boards, 5 bands on spine with gold titles, top edge gilded, untrimmed pages. Some pages are still uncut. Fully illustrated. Scarce in this leather-bound edition. Copyright pages on each volume states published September 1912. Date on title pages is also 1912. Each volume has the publishers code K-M indicating a publication date of October (K) , 1912 (M) . Volume I, 562 pages; Volume II, pages 563-1110; Volume III, pages 1111-1719, appendix A-X, index. All three sets are tightly bound and no writing or previous owner's names. Each volume has some minor nicks to the leather. A very attractive set in Fine condition. ; Each volume is standard book size. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Longmans, Green, And Co, London, 1912. New Impression. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Good. CONTENTS : Chapter I. The Indian Elephant (Elephas Indicus) II. The Gaur (Bos Gaurus, Or Gavaeus Gaurus) III. The Ranting (Bos Sondaicus) IV. The Two-Horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros Lasiotis And R. Sumatrensis) V. The Tiger (Fells Tigris). The Panther Or Leopard (Felts Pardus) VI. The Malay Bear (Ursus Malayanus). The Burmese Serow (Nemoriledus Umatrensis) VII. The Malayan Sambur (Cervus Equinus). VIII. The Brow-Antlered Deer (Cervus Eldi) IX. The Hog Deer (Cervus Porcinus).The Barking Deer (Cervulus Aureus Vel Muntjac) X. Trackers And Tracking, Rifles And Ammunition XI. Personal Kit. Stores. Camp Equipment. Servants Shooting Localities. Glossary Of Burmese Words. Index . ILLUSTRATIONS : Elephant Tusks (Frontispiece); The Gaur Or Bison (Bos Gaurus); Banting (Bos Sondaicus); ‘Dot’; The Burmese Serow (Nemorhaedus Sumatrensis); The Gooral (Nemorhaedus Goral); Malayan Sambur (Cervus Equinus); The Brow-Antlered Deer (Cervus Eldi); The Hog Deer (Cervus Porcinus); The Barking Deer (Cervulus Aureus); Assorted Trophies, Chiefly From Burma,1908; Map Of Burma At End Of Volume.& Book - [SEE SCANS] - in Near Fine [better than Very Good] bright green boards with gilt lettering and a gilt illustration to the front board, light bumping to the extreme ends of the spine. Contents, some browning to the free front and rear end paper and previous owner's inscription,' R Noble 7th Dragoon Guards 1914' to the rear end paper, some scattered spotting to the half title page and other free front end papers, light scattered spotting to some pages, light browning to page 81, 200, 201, 218, 219 and light marking to pages 220/221 otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound. Dust Jacket - [SEE SCAN] - Good Plus - some wear and small amount of loss to the corners and ends of the spine, some patches of surface abrasion to the front of the jacket, some grubbiness. An Attractive Copy With Its VERY RARE Dust Jacket. Size: 9 inches tall by 5.5 inches. ix, 240 pages which includes an index. A Coloured Map And 11 Black And White Photographs From The Author's Collection Of Trophies. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 750gms-1kgm. Category: Sports & Pastimes; Billiards. Inventory No: 5519..

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        Rhymes of the Firing Line

      Desmond Fitzgerald, Inc., New York 1912 - First edition. fine in near very good dustwrapper with small nicks and tears, and some overall modest soiling. Runyon's second book, a collection of poetry of Army life, very seldom found in jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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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        Rhymes of a Rolling Stone

      Toronto: William Briggs 1912, 2nd Canadian Edition (first illustrated edition). () 195pp. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Octavo in original gilt lettered green cloth. Oval green and white illustration of Service in a canoe on front cover, bordered by blindstamped decoration. Slight bumping to boards at ends of spine and corners, with darkening to bottom edge of front board. Gilt top outer edge of text block, other edges uncut. With 15 plates, including annotated tissue guards. Previous owner's name written on front free endpaper as well as a small stain; name also on the page opposite that of the copyright. Small sticker from previous bookseller on front pastedown which has caused a small mark on page opposite. In dust jacket with some mild fading and rubbing as well as some minor professional restoration. Jacket has an oval window at front through which the image of Service on the front board can be viewed. A nice copy scarce in dust jacket. A4 b. (pp. 94) in Mitham. The written contents of the book are same as the first Canadian edition though illustrations have been added to this edition. There is also a variant binding in green suede with gold stamping. This is Service's 3rd book of poems..

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        Note on the Electron Theory of Thermoelectric Phenomena.

      - Offprint from the "Philosophical Magazine" for June 1912. pp. 984-986 [+one blank leaf]. Orig. blank, orange wrappers. Small closed tear to the upper wrapper. * From the Library of Niels Bohr. Bohr's own copy of his first printed article from his time at Cambridge University. Bohr corrects Professor Owen Willams Richardson's (1879-1959) calculations of the Peltier and Thomson effect, with reference to his own paper, not yet published in English. Richardson later received the Nobel Prize in Physics (in 1928).** Aaserud 6. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      London: William Heinemann, 1912. First edition, early impression. 40 tipped-in color plates by Arthur Rackham as well as black and white drawings throughout. Large 8vo, original cream cloth lettered in gilt on spine and decorated in gilt on upper cover. 134 pp. A very fine copy internally, the cream cloth bright and quite handsome with the gilt and binding in excellent order with only very minor evidence of age. IMPORTANT AND BEAUTIFUL FIRST EDITION, EARLY IMPRESSION, WITH FINE ILLUSTRATIONS. Shakespeare&#146;s brilliant and delightful comedy was a wonderful exercise and ambitious undertaking for Arthur Rackham. This book ranks with PETER PAN as one of the finest expressions of his "fantasy" style of illustration. This particular title in the Rackham oeuvre is among the scarcest and is in constant demand. <br> William de Morgan wrote to Rackham that he considered his Midsummer Night&#146;s Dream &#147;the most splendid illustrated work of the century so far.&#148; At its publication, the book was widely acclaimed and hugely successful as Rackham continued to be extremely popular with the general public. <br> &#147;Rackham cast his spell over the play; his drawings superseded the work of all his predecessors from Gilbert to Abbey, and (for fifty years) have enriched the imagination; his conception of Puck and Bottom, Titania and Oberon, Helena and Hermia, his gnarled trees and droves of fairies, have represented the visual reality of the Dream for thousands of readers. Here he excelled especially in landscape, and in reconciling dream and reality, giving himself to the luxury of rich detail with a rare generosity.&#148; -Derek Hudson <br> What could be more irresistible than to read Shakespeare&#146;s most enchanting play accompanied by Arthur Rackham&#146;s misty, fairy-laden dream-like images? Opening this book is to transport oneself to the surreal world that Shakespeare wrought to make one query, &#147;Are you sure That we are awake? It seems to me That yet we sleep, we dream...&#148;

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        Canada: Her Natural Resources, Navigation, Principal Steamer Lines and Trans-Continental Railways - Prepared for The 12th Congress of the Permanent International Association of Navigation Congresses

      Ottawa: The Canadian Federal Department of Marine and Fisheries. Soft Cover. "Contains information published for the first time, of navigable distances of lakes and rivers in north-western Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Mackenzie Territory; the draught and number of steamers plying on thoses waters. Similar information is given of the inland waters of British Columbia for the first time. In the description of the Transcontinental and Intercolonial railways much new information appears... Original photographs of various localities were procured from the headquarters of the railways and steamboat lines. The book is copiously illustrated." - A. Johnston, Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries. "Intended as a sketch of Canada, for the use of representatives, delegates and members of the XIIth Congress of the Permanent International Association of Navigation Congresses, to be held at Philadelphia. Contains information relating to Canada, important lines of communication on this continent, and ocean going steamers, that will be valuable to travellers engaged in business, tourists, sportsmen, yachtsmen, canoeists, surf bathers, and others who may find the means of satisfying any reasonable desire connected with travel, pastime or recreation." - from Introduction. Prior owner&#39;s name upon first blank leaf else unmarked. Average wear with the following exception: Affixed to the last leaf is a 35" x 21.5" fold-out map of the Dominion of Canada which shows national rail lines, resource locations, fog signals, lighthouses, wireless stations, and more. Through use, this leaf and the two which preceed it are loose but present. Two-inch opening at base of back cover and backstrip. Also included is a 21" x 17.5" fold-out map entitled "Chart of Radio-Telegraph Stations on the East Coast". Profusely illustrated with often enthralling black and white photography. Attractive gilt lettering upon embossed chocolate brown cover. A magnificent survey of Canada&#39;s natural resources and transportation infrastructure in the Pre- World War One era. . Fair. 1912. First Edition.

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        The Moon Endureth. Tales and Fancies.

      Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1912. - First Edition, SIGNED dedication to: 'C.D. Carpenter / from / John Buchan' and dated 'May 1, 1912' in ink to first free end paper. 8vo; pp.324 + 4 (ads) + 64-page catalogue dated 12/11. A sound and tight copy in publisher's black cloth with gilt titles to spine and upper. Light foxing to fore edge and to a couple of pages; inner hinges starting. Gilt to spine rubbed with head and foot at some point glued to stop wear, although this is not visible. A lovely copy made all the more attractive by the neat signed inscription. A curious collection of strange tales from the acclaimed thriller writer and creator of gentleman spy Richard Hannay. See Haining; Crime Fiction p193-4. Bleiler; Checklist of Fantastic Literature [324] [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Durch Zentral-Sumatra.

      W. Süsserott, Berlin, 1910 / 1912. - EA. Mit zusammen 37 (27 chromolithographischen) Tafeln, 1 Faksimile, 1 farbigen Faltkarte, 14 Tabellen und 251 Abbildungen (fotogr. Abb.) Halb-Leder-Einband mit marmorierten Deckeln, Lederecken und Sprenkel-Schnitt. 1 Bl., XXXI, 1 Bl., 851 S.; 8 Bll., 610 S., 7 Bll. 4°. Bibl.-Exemplare mit lediglich einem kleinen Stempel auf dem Titelblatt bzw. Vorsatz; ansonsten in ausgezeichnetem Zustand, vollständig, sauber und fest in der Bindung. Ein sehr dekoratives Exemplar des hervorragend ausgestatteten Standardwerkes. Es entstand unter Mitarbeit so bekannter Wissenschaftler wie J. P. Kleiweg de Zwaan, Eugen Fischer, Max Weber, Karl Grünberg und Paul Magnus. Die einzelnen Teile: Bd. I, Teil I: Reisebericht. Erlebnisse, Funde, geschichtliche Rückblicke. / Teil II: Die Ethnographie der Kuantan- und Kamparländer. / Bd. II, Teil I: Beitrag zur Anthropologie der Minangkabauer. / Teil II: Die Heilkunde der Minangkabauer. / Teil III: Zoologica. Botanica. / Teil IV: Die ethnographische Sammlung.

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        Borgo S. Antonio a Perugia (1912-1917).

      1912 - Unico stato: in basso a sinistra, nell&#146;inciso: BMDISERTORI" ("S" in controparte) con firma autografa a penna dell&#146;artista. L&#146;esecuzione di quest&#146;opera è collocabile fra il 1912 (anno riportato sul disegno preparatorio) e il 1917, quando per la prima volta risulta citato in un articolo di V. Pica dell&#146;ottobre di quell&#146;anno. La tiratura programmata dal Disertori per questa lastra era di 40 esemplari. Il nostro esemplare non è numerato, dalla bibliografia consultata risulta che esistono almeno 2 esemplari non numerati conosciuti. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Benvenuto Disertori" di Paolo Bellini e Alessia Alberti, scheda n. 16 p. 29. Formato: Acquaforte e bulino, mm. 422x319 (inc.), mm. 442x337 (las.). Buono.

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