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        The Bells, and other Poems. With Illustrations by Edmund Dulac.

      London: Hodder and Stoughton [1912].. Limited edition, no. 612 of 750 copies signed by Dulac, 4to, (xiv, 176) pp. 28 coloured plates tipped in with captioned tissues plus vignettes in the text. Contemporary inscription to fly leaf, free endpapers browned. Original gilt decorated vellum, t.e.g., lacking the ties with some rubbing and a few small marks, covers slightly bowed.

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      1912. 2. ROBINSON,W.HEATH. BILL THE MINDER. NY: Henry Holt 1912. 4to, olive cloth, pictorial paste-on, gilt cover & spine, spine dulled and light wear else VG++. 1st U.S. ed. (identical to the U.K. ed.), Written by Heath Robinson and illustrated by him as well with 16 mounted color plates with tissue guards plus 126 black and white illustrations. The story deals with the wanderings of the King of Troy and his boot-cleaner Bill who becomes the "Minder" (babysitter) to a series of children. The illustrations are incomperable. This is a very nice copy of a scarce & wonderful book.

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        Album of 17 original silver print coaching photographs, upper cover gilt-titled "'All Sport' / Plaza Hotel - Arrowhead Inn - Madison Square Garden / Nov. 23, 1912 / L. Moyes"

      New York ca. 1912 New York, ca. 1912. (COACHING) Oblong 8vo (10 x 13 inches). On front endpaper is pasted the business card of "Haas / Photographer / 546 Fifth Avenue New York City", presumably the studio of Robert Haas, an Austrian-born photographer. Each photo, about 5 x 8 inches, is mounted on hinged card stock on two-color under-mats, protected by glassine sheets--a very attractive presentation. Original blue calf, a little scuffed, bottom of spine worn, else fine. Witkin and London, Photograph Collector's Guide, p. 349 . An album of exceptional interest, recording the excursion of two four-in-hand coaches (one, presumably driven by Mr. Moyes) beginning at the Plaza Hotel entrance, entering and going through Central Park and up Riverside Drive (past the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument) and thence along the Hudson and into the countryside, where they pose by what is presumably the Arrowhead Inn before returning to New York. On some stretches they share the road with automobiles, and there is a particularly fetching scene of one coach and two cars at a suburban intersection under the watchful eye of a mounted police sergeant. As many as ten elegantly-dressed, carnation-wearing passengers are shown seated atop one of the vehicles, which bears the lettering: "Claremont / Washington Heights / New Rochelle / Fordham", suggesting that it may be a public coach. We have been unable to trace Mr. Moyes (he was not, apparently a member of The Coaching Club) but on this outing at least, he and his friends seem to be having a good time while it lasted, before the ubiquitous automobile curtailed the sport on public roads. A SPLENDID PICTORIAL RECORD

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        MONUMENTI STORICI ED ARTISTICI DEL CANTONE TICINO. Riproduzione ufficiale eseguita dal Dipartimento della Pubblica Educazione del Cantone Ticino sotto la Direzione della Commissione Cantonale dei Movimenti Storici ed Artistici.

      In folio (mm. 423 x 325), fascicoli in bross. contenenti, a fogli sciolti, testo con riproduz. in zinco e tavv. in eliotipia. Disponiamo dei seguenti: LA PIETRA: - Fascicolo I, parte I: "Camini e caminiere gotiche, del Rinascimento e Barocche", per cura del pittore E. Berta, pp. (8), con 8 riproduz. nel t., 12 tavv., ciasc. con più dettagli (Carona, Bellinzona Giornico, Bironico, ecc.). - Fascicolo III: "Sculture diverse - Bassorilievi rappresentativi", per cura di E. Berta, pp. 12 (in italiano e in francese), con 29 riproduz. nel t., 12 tavv., ciasc. con più particolari (Due Madonne della Scuola del Rodari a Maroggia; Tabernacoli delle Chiese di Bissone, di Brusino e di Arogno; Medaglioni della casa Rusca e dell'Albergo Svizzero a Locarno, ecc. - "Altari" (Morcote) - "Fonti battesimali, pile di acqua santa" (Carona, Bellinzona, ecc.). IL METALLO: - Fascicolo I: "Il ferro: inferriate, ringhiere, cancelli, ecc.", a cura di E. Berta, pp. (16) (in italiano e in francese) con 5 riproduz. nel t., 12 tavv., ciasc. con più particolari. - Fascicolo II, parte II: "Il Ferro: cancelli, balconcini, ecc.", per cura di E. Berta, pp. (8) (in italiano e in francese) con 4 riproduz. nel t., 12 tavv., ciasc. con più particolari. IL LEGNO: - Fascicoli I / II: "Soffitti dei Secoli XV, XVI e XVII", per cura di E. Berta, pp. (8), con 10 riproduz. nel t., 20 tavv. di cui 14 in eliotipia, 1 a colori e 28 riproduz. di rilievi (Castello, Casa del Negromante; Casa Bacilieri in Locarno; Pretorio di Mendrisio, Villa Favorita a Castagnola; Casa dell'Arciprete in Balerna, S, Maria delle Grazie in Bellinzona, ecc.). - Fascicolo III: "Altari a intaglio d'origine tedesca nel Cantone Ticino e altari della Madonna del Sasso e di Ascona", a cura di E. Berta, prefaz. (italiano e tedesco) di W. Hugelshofer, pp. (12), con 18 riproduz. nel t., 12 tavv., ciasc. con più particolari (Mairengo, Chiggiogna, Giornico, Osogna, Locarno, ecc.). CASE TIPICHE TICINESI: - Fascicolo III, parte I: "Il luganese", a cura di E. Berta, pp. (16) (in italiano e in francese), con 25 riproduz. nel t., 12 tavv. di cui 1 in tricromia, ciasc. con più particolari. - Fascicolo III, parte II: "Il Luganese", pp. (20) (in italiano e in francese), con 46 riproduz. nel t., 26 tavv. di cui 1 in tricromia. PITTURE MURALI E DECORAZIONI PITTORICHE: - Fascicolo I: "Pitture anteriori al Rinascimento nel Bellinzonese: S. Biagio di Ravecchia", a cura di E. Berta, pp. (16) (in italiano e in francese), con 8 riproduz. nel t., 10 tavv. di cui 2 a colori, ciasc. con più particolari. - Fascicolo IX: "Il Cenacolo di Ponte Capriasca", per cura di E. Berta, pp. (16) (in italiano e in francese), con 10 tavv., ciasc. con più particolari. NUOVA SERIE, PITTURE MURALI E DECORAZIONI PITTORICHE: - Fascicolo III: "Pitture del Rinascimento: La Cappella Camuzio nella Chiesa di S.ta Maria degli Angioli in Lugano", per cura di E. Berta e prefaz. di Luca Beltrami, pp. (16), con figg. nel t., 14 tavv. f.t. di cui 1 in tricromia. Esemplare ben conservato.

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        Ripostes of Ezra Pound. Whereto are Appended the Complete Poetical Works of T. E. Hulme, with Prefatory Note.

      London; Stephen Swift and Co., 1912. First edition, first issue. 20x13,5 cm. 63, (1) pp. Publisher's grey cloth with gilt title on front board. Edges untrimmed. Spine is very slightly darkened and has a slight lean. The top edge is a bit dusty, and the corners are a trifle bumped. A fine copy. With ''Personal'' in the list of works on p. 2; later issues read ''Personae''. Inscribed by the author to Frank [Morse] Rummel (painter, 1890-1971), brother of the composer Walter Morse Rummel, who was a friend and who collaborated with him on Canzoni (1911), Hesternae Rosae (1913), and other works. The publisher's advertisements (''Books That Compel'', 31 (1) pp.) have been cut out by Pound himself: ''These have been cut out in some presentation copies, distributed after the failure of the publisher.'' (Gallup, p. 34). Gallup A8

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      London, Blackieno date c 1912. Hardback - heavy ( 7 1/2" x 10" ). Red cloth covers with red embossed decoration and titles on front cover and spine has decorations and titles in gilt.Top of book edges in gilt. 293 pages. Spine is a little faded. Ends of spine and corners are slightly rubbed and bumped. No inscription or name. No foxing or fingerprints. Very clean and tight. There are 28 SUPERB full-page colour illustrations and 100 SUPERB full-page illustrations in black and white and also numerous little vignette and silouette illustrations throughout by Charles Robinson.A LOVELY copy.VERY GOOD.

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        The Tale of Lohengrin Knight of the Swan after the Drama of Richard Wagner by C.W. Rolleston. Presented by Willy Pogany.

      Harrap & Co., London n.d. (c. 1912). 4°. Unpaginated (180 pages). With illustrations by Willy Pogány in b/w, as tipped-in colour-plates and as colour-litographs. Lettering (also designed by Pogány) litographed as well. Publisher'sbrown cloth with gilt lettering on spine and gilt and blindtooled decorations on front. Untrimmed. Pictorial endpapers. A well-preserved copy of this attractive Art Nouveau book

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        Gamla Stockholmshus af Nicodemus Tessin d.ä.

      och några vackra samtida byggnader. I-II. Sthlm, 1912-13. (8),244 + (8),270 s. & plr. Två lätt nötta, men eleganta, ohalvmarokängbd med rikt guldornerade ryggar, upphöjda bind och övre guldsnitt (Hedberg). Omslagen medbundna och lite blekta i marginalerna. Med Sten och Brita Westerbergs exlibris. Ur Beatelundsbiblioteket.. Tryckt i 400 numrerade exemplar varav detta är nummer 306

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        One Thousand and Twenty Fifth Avenue New York

      NP NP (1912)vg 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.

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        (1) Zur Chemie des Zellkerns. (2) Weitere Beitr? zur Chemie des Zellkerns, plus 14 offprints on nucleins (nucleoproteins)

      1879-1912. First edition. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Miescher's Copies of Kossel's papers on Nucleic Acids Kossel, Albrecht (1853-1927). (1) Zur Chemie des Zellkerns. Offprint from Zeitschr. phys. Chem. 7 (1882). 7-22pp. Original printed wrappers. (2) Weitere Beitr? zur Chemie des Zellkerns. Offprint from Zeitschr. phys. Chemie 10 (1886). 248-264pp. Original printed wrappers, vertically creased. (3) 14 offprints detailing Kossel's researches on nucleins (nucleoproteins), as listed below. 1879-1912. See list for condition details. One of the offprints (no. 13 below) is signed by Kossel; 8 of the offprints bear the booklabel and stamp of Johann Friedrich Miescher (1844-95), discoverer of nuclein; see G-M 695. First Editions, Offprint Issues. G-M 702 (nos. [1] and [2]). Kossel was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1910 "in recognition of the contributions to our knowledge of cell chemistry made through his work on proteins, including the nucleic substances" (Nobel E-Museum). His researches on "nucleic substances" represent some of the early stages in the development of molecular biology. In 1869 J. F. Miescher, then working in Felix Hoppe-Seyler's biochemical laboratory in T?gen, discovered in the cell nucleus an acid-insoluble, alkali-soluble, high-phosphorus containing substance that he named nuclein; we now know it as DNA. Kossel's researches on nuclein, begun ten years after Miescher's discovery, led to the development of reliable methods for isolating, purifying and analyzing the nucleus, identification of the chemical makeup of nuclein, and the discovery of the nitrogen bases adenine, thymine, cytosine and uracil, familiar to us now as some of the fundamental components of DNA and RNA (guanine, the remaining DNA nitrogen base, had been discovered previously). Kossel and his students working in Berlin: "demonstrated that these, together with xanthine, hypoxanthine, and guanine (sarcine), are breakdown products of nucleic acids, which can be used to distinguish between the true nucleins of the cell nucleus and the spurious nucleins found in milk and egg yolk, which he termed "paranucleins." . . . From physiological studies Kossel correctly concluded that the function of nuclein is neither to act as a storage substance nor to furnish energy for muscular contraction; rather, it must be associated with the formation of fresh tissue [i.e. the production of proteins] "(DSB). By the end of the nineteenth century, Kossel had characterized nucleins as unique substances-acidic substances, for which Richard Altmann introduced the term "nucleic acid" in 1889. Our collection of offprints includes seven of the papers on nucleins cited in the DSB's article on Kossel (nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 below), plus two of the three papers cited as Garrison-Morton 702 (nos. [1] and [2] above). Kossel never specifically linked his work on nucleic acids to heredity, but he was aware of their general role in the production of proteins. After his receipt of the Nobel Prize he speculated publicly on the source of biological specificity, particularly in his Herter Foundation lecture (no. 14 below), in which he "clearly recognized the potential diversity of polypeptides and saw in the structure of proteins the chemical basis of biological specificity"(DSB). Eight of the offprints in this collection bear the ownership marks of Miescher, whose discovery of nuclein in 1869 is referenced above. Both Miescher and Kossel had been students of Felix Hoppe-Seyler, a founder of the science of physiological chemistry. Magill, Nobel Prize Winners (phys. & med.), pp. 139-47. Wolf, "Friedrich Miescher, the man who discovered DNA" (internet reference) 1. Ueber das Nuclein der Hefe. Erster Theil. Offprint from Zeitschr. phys. Chemie (1879). 284-291pp. Orig. printed self-wrappers. Light soiling and creasing. Miescher's stamp and booklabel. 2. Ueber das Nuclein der Hefe. Zweiter Theil. Zeitschr. phys. Chemie 4 (1880). 290-295pp. Orig. printed self-wrappers. Some spotting. Miescher's stamp and booklabel. 3. Ueber die Herkunft des Hypoxanthins in den Organismen. Offprint from Zeitschr. phys. Chemie 5 (1881). 152-156pp. Original printed self-wrappers. Light spotting and creasing. Miescher's stamp and booklabel. 4. Ueber einen peptonartigen Bestandtheil des Zellkerns. Offprint from Zeitschr. phys. Chemie 8 (1884). 511-515pp. Original printed wrappers, creased vertically. 5. Ueber das Adenin. Offprint from Zeitschr. phys. Chemie 12 (1888). 241-253pp. Original printed wrappers, vertically creased. Miescher's booklabel and stamp. 6. Ueber die chemische Zusammensetzung der Zelle. Offprint from Verhandl. phys. Gesellsch. z. Berlin (1890-91). 7pp. Without wrappers. Miescher's stamp and booklabel. 7. Ueber einige Bestantheile des Nervenmarks. Offprint from Verh. phys. Gesellsch. z. Berlin (1890-91). 8pp. Without wrappers. Miescher's stamp and booklabel. 8. Ueber die Nucleins?e. Offprint from Verh. phys. Gesellsch. z. Berlin (1892-93), no. 1. 8pp. Without wrappers. Miescher's booklabel and stamp. 9. Weitere Beitr? zur Kenntniss der Nucleins?e. Offprint from Verh. phys. Gesellsch. z. Berlin (1893-94). 11pp. Without wrappers. 10. (With Albert Neumann). ?er die Spaltungsproducte der Nucleins?e. Offprint from Sitz. k. preuss. Akad. Wissensch. Berlin 18 (1894). 7pp. Original printed wrappers. Miescher's stamp and booklabel. 11. ?er die basischen Stoffe des Zellkerns. Offprint from Sitz. k. preuss. Akad. Wissensch. Berlin 18 (1896). 6pp. Original printed wrappers, a little creased. 12. Ueber die Eiweissstoffe. Offprint from Deutschen Med. Wochenschr. (1898), no. 37. 6pp. Without wrappers. Light toning, small tears in upper left corners of leaves. G-M 721. 13. Ueber die chemische Beschaffenheit des Zellkerns. Offprint from M?ener med. Wochenschr. (1911). 14pp. Original printed wrappers. Inscribed by Kossel on the front wrapper. 14. Lectures on the Herter Foundation. Offprint from Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull. 23 (1912). 34pp. Original printed wrappers.

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        The Gun at Home and Abroad. Volume I-IV.

      Vol. 1: British Game Birds and Wildfowl. Vol. 2: British Deer and Ground Game. Vol. 3: The Big Game of Africa and Europe. Vol. 4: The Big Game of Asia and North America. London & Counties Press Association, London 1912-1915. 4:o. xii,443,(2); xvi,345,(1); xix,(blank),408,(3); xix,(blank);433,(2) pp. + numerous colored and b/w plates. Number 135 of the full set of 500 copies. Original brown full leather, top edge gilt, else uncut. Slightly faded spines. Light rubbing to edges. From the library of Gunnar Brusewitz with his book-plate. Ex libris Nils Gyldenstolpe. A nice clean copy. 32,5 x 27 cm. 4 volumes

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        Emporium. rivista mensile illustrata d'arte, letteratura, scienze e varieta... bergamo, arti grafiche, 1912-1932.

      Ventuno annate consecutive che coprono il periodo dal 1912 al 1932. Legatura in mezza pergamena con punte, dorsi lisci con titoli su doppi tasselli (bross. orig. non conservate). Esemplare complessivamente in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bell'insieme di questa celebre rivista che vide la luce nel 1895

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        Grands and petits maitres hollandais du xvii siecle. parigi 1912 editore: georges petit m. pelle con cust.rig.marm., cm 39x29 , pp 163 , 263 hèliogravure. Tit. dorato al dorso: Tiratura 50 es.. Il nostro ha il n. 37.

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        Hours of Gladness

      1912. first edition. First Trade EditionWith Twenty Color Plates by Detmold[DETMOLD, Edward J., illustrator]. MAETERLINCK, Maurice. Hours of Gladness. Translated by A. Teixeira de Mattos. Illustrated by E.J. Detmold. London: George Allen & Co., [1912].First trade edition. Quarto (11 x 8 1/2 inches; 278 x 220 mm.). x, 181, [1, printer’s imprint], [1, publisher’s device], [1, blank] pp. Twenty mounted color plates (including frontispiece). Title-page decorated in black and white designed (and signed by) Detmold. Original cream-colored cloth. Front cover lettered in gilt with floral decorations in yellow, brown, and gray after a design by Detmold (signed E.J.D. at lower right), back cover with a similar floral decorations in yellow, brown, and gray, spine stamped and lettered in gilt. White endpapers with small black floral vignette, all edges uncut. Mild soiling to cloth, spine very slightly darkened, small stain at upper edge of rear cover. Otherwise a very good copy, internally crisp and clean. Partially unopened.Belgian poetic dramatist and essayist Maurice Maeterlinck (1862–1949) “wrote in French, establishing himself as one of the leading figures in the symbolist movement with his play La Princesse Maleine (1889; English trans. 1892). In 1892 Pelléas et Mélisande appeared (trans. 1894), the work for which he is now chiefly remembered and the source of Debussy’s opera of the same name (1902). He also achieved great contemporary popularity with L'Oiseau bleu (1908; The Blue Bird, 1909) and was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1911. He drew heavily on traditions of romance and fairy tale, and the characteristic tone of much of his drama is one of doom-laden mystery and timeless melancholy. He also produced a number of essays of a philosophical nature, including La Vie des abeilles (1901; The Life of the Bee, 1901) and L'Intelligence des fleurs (1907; The Intelligence of Flowers, 1907)” (The Oxford Companion to English Literature).After the tragic death of his twin brother and collaborator, Edward Detmold concentrated his talents on books, primarily of flowers and animals: “Detmold’s finest plates are those produced for The Fables of Aesop (1909), The Life of the Bee (1911), and Hours of Gladness (1912), the latter with texts after Maurice Maeterlinck, the Belgian poet, naturalist, and mystic…A painting of chrysanthemums, contained in Hours of Gladness, is a glorious acknowledgement of the artist's debt to William Morris and Burne-Jones” (David Larkin, The Fantastic Creatures of Edward Julius Detmold).Houfe, p. 283.

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        Peter Pan in Kensingon Gardens. From the Little White Bird by J.M. Barrie. A New Edition. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.

      London: Hodder & Stoughton [1912].. "Deluxe edition", 4to, (ii, xii), 122, (2) pp. 50 coloured plates tipped in with captioned tissues, and placed amongst the text for the first time in this edition, occasional light foxing to text leaves, one text leaf with a small tear and some light creasing to the outer edge. Original gilt decorated green cloth, spine a little faded, small patch of wear and some fading to the foot of the lower joint. With a new frontispiece in this edition and the addition of 7 black and white illustrations. This edition is marginally larger than previous issues. Latimore and Haskell p40. Riall p114.

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        The Peter Pan Portfolio

      London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1912.. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. First Edition. Very Good/Good. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall Boxed portfolio of 12 proof-size plates, fully bound in ivory vellum with gilt titling to upper board, and later silk ties to style. No. 576 of 500 copies numbered 101-600 and signed by the publisher and the engraver, ( nos. 1-100 were reserved for Rackham to sign). The only collection of Rackham's plates issued in portfolio format, here are 12 of the artist's personal favourites from Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1906). Intended for framing, the 12 plates were reproduced in full size from the original artwork, mounted on card and matted; each plate has a tissue guard printed with a quotation from the book. A stunning example of this rare and highly collectable portfolio published by Hodder & Stoughton in 1912. Housed in scarce original card box which is in surprisingly good condition. Portfolio is very good with a couple of marks to vellum, one crease to fep, prelims and first tissue guard. There are a couple of spots to the mat of plate 1 but all o/w immaculate. Further digital images available on request. Please contact Bath and West Books to enquire about this book. Price negotiable depending on payment method.

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        J.-L. Forain Aquafortiste Catalogue Raisonne De L'Oeuvre Grave De L'Artiste Avec Une Eau-Forte Originale

      H. Floury Paris: H. Floury, 1912. First edition. Hardcover. Navy cloth, red leather spine labels printed in gilt. Fine. 2 vols./No Dust Jacket. Forain, Jean-Louis. 16 pages in text. 27 x 23 cm. The frontispiece an original etching by Forain, plus 130 plates printed recto only, each with descriptive text and tissue guards. Limited edition, copy 58 of 300. Alphabetical Index of the Plates. FREITAG 3018. GORDON N. RAY p.437 [THE ART OF THE FRENCH ILLUSTRATED BOOK 1700 TO 1914] notes, "Though Forain was primarily a painter, he devoted much of his career to the graphic arts. A superb etcher and lithographer, he also contributed drawings over twenty-five years to a wide range of journals......give him a prominent place among the artists who recorded the life of the metropolis." A clean, very fresh copy both plates and text; original wrappers bound-in.

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        8 erotic heliogravures from "Bilder aus dem Boudoir der Madame C.C."

      Prviately printed for subscribers, (1912). Platesize: 16,8 x 16 cm with wide margins.. Bayros published these using the name "Choisy le Conin"

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        THE CAT SCOUTS. A Picture Book for Little Folk.

      [24] pp with colour illustrations on every page. Original publisher's cloth-backed boards with mounted colour illustration to the front cover. First edition. Slight bumping to the corners and rubbing to the extremities and pulling to head and tail of spine with some damage to the cloth. Back panel has some fading where the book has been shelved alongside a smaller book and there are two patches of dark stains. The free endpapers have some darkening and there is some light spotting to the text with a few finger marks. The sixth and seventh pages have a small tear in the outer margin not affecting the text. A small pencilled in name on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

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        Berlins graphische Gelegenheitskunst.

      4°. Band 1 und 2. Viele Abbildungen, teils auf Tafeln. 1: 199, 2: 183 Seiten. Goldgeprägter OriginalHalpergament. Band 1: Berliner Exlibris, Besuchskarten, Privatanzeigen, Glückwunschkarten, Notentitel, Reklamekunst in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. - 2: Berliner Festkarten in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart, Zusätzliches und Nachträgliches, Register. - Die Abbildungen stammen u.a. von Hans Baluschek, Franz von Bayros, Ludwig Burger, Dan. Chodowiecki, Fidus, Max Klinger, Max Liebermann, Adolf Menzel, Max Slevogt u.a. - Numeriertes Exemplar, die Bände haben die Nummer 257 von 350. - Die Bände sind vollständig und in einem zumindest guten Zustand. Einbände fast ohne Gebrauchsspuren, da mit dem schlichten Verlagsschutzumschlägen(?) aus Packpaier. Lesebändchen. Siehe Photo.

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        The History of the Hoppers

      London:. 1912.. Sml. folio, 54pp, 12 charming full page lithographs of the Hopper family exploits. The Hoppers are a family of kangaroos. Orig. papered boards slt. worn at corners, carefully re-spined otherwise an extremely nice copy of this scarce book. Muir 5707. 'Perhaps the best known story entirely devoted to the kangaroo' (Robert Holden, The Mint Exhibition, 1985).

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        Georgius Agricola De Re Metallica. Translated from the First Latin Edition of 1556 with Biographical Introduction, Annotation & Appendices upon the Development of Mining Methods, Metallurgical Processes, Geology, Mineralogy & Mining Law (title cont.)

      London, published for the Translators by The Mining Magazine, 1912. (Printed by Albert Frost & Sons, Rugby).. (title continued..) from the earliest times to the 16th Century. HARDBACK, full vellum, with black lettering and crossed hammers decoration and raised bands on spine, pages: xxxi, 640, edges uncut, some unopened at top, many facsimile engravings of woodcuts, 210mm x 304mm, (8.25" x 13.5"), head and tail lightly bumped, covers a little grubby, otherwise a very fine, clean copy. 2.8Kg. This is a heavy item and will incur additional postage costs.

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      ORadierung. [Bln.: F. Gurlitt 1912?]. (P 119 x 140 mm; Bl. 288 x 405 mm). Signiert. Behrens 54 mit Abbildung. In 30 num. Expl. bei F. Gurlitt, Berlin, in Schwarz auf leicht getöntem Japan gedruckt. Außerhalb der Darstellung E. SIGNIERT: »Steinhardt«. Ausdrucksstarkes, expressionistisches Blatt im gratigen, vom Künstler direkt nach dem Abdruck mit der Hand gewischten Zustand, so daß jeder Abzug in den schwarzen Schattierungen variiert. Aus dem Nachlaß von C. Weidemeyer-Worpswede. - Äußerer Blattrand etwas knitterig, oberer Blattrand (außerhalb der Darstellung) mit einzelnen Stockfleckchen. Gratiger Abzug auf großem Papier.

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        Lettera autografa firmata. (parigi). (1912 - 1938).

      Lettera autografa firmata, con un disegno autografo. La lettera è scritta dallo studio di 3, Rue Joseph Bara - a Montparnasse -, dove l'artista visse e lavorò dal 1912 per ventisette anni. Diciannove righe più la firma ed il disegno autografi. Inviata a Yvette Gaillard (il nome è sulla busta, conservata), che l'artista apostrofa alla fine della lettera 'charmate fille et mauvais modèle': 'Mademoiselle, (que je déteste) / Merci pour votre (...) / Impossible pour lundi / vu que j'ai une princesse / russe belle et brune et vraiment / à poil / Un jour viendra / que vous vous / souviendrez / de moi / et vous viendrez / poser (...)'. Segni di piegatura, e alcune leggere fioriture. Moïse Kisling nacque a Cracovia, dove compì gli studi all'Accademia di Belle Arti sotto la guida di Jòzef Pankiewicz. Fu questi a convincerlo a trasferirsi a Parigi per coltivare il suo talento. Kisling vi si stabilì dal 1910 fino allo scoppio della Seconda Guerra Mondiale quando, a causa delle sue origine ebraiche, fu costretto ad emigrare negli Stati Uniti con Renée Gros, che aveva sposata nel 1917. Durante la Prima guerra Mondiale fu volontario nella Legione Straniera Francese, il che gli valse la cittadinanza. Fu amico intimo di Modigliani, Picasso, Foujita, Soutine, e di molti altri protagonisti della vita artistica del periodo. Già affermato in Europa - soprattutto in seguito alla mostra personale che tenne alla Galérie Druet nel November 1919 -, Kisling riscosse un grande successo anche negli Stati Uniti. Alla fine della guerra tornò in Francia e si stabilì a Sanary-sur-Mer, dove visse con la moglie ed i due figli fino alla fine della sua esistenza, in una casa da lui stesso disegnata che affaccia sulla Baia di Bandol.

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        Der kluge Fridolin. Eine lustige Bildergeschichte von Elsa Beskow, Text von Emil Ferdinand Malkowsky.

      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.

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      Cambridge: W. Heffer & Sons Ltd.,. 1912. original pictorial blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black.. Two tiny spots to rear cover, a clean, tight, nearly fine copy. An. attractive copy of a book rarely found in nice condition. (#96609). First edition. A collection of nine ghost stories dedicated to Swain's longtime friend M. R. James. "... Swain's tales share many features with those of James' and draw on the friends' common interests and antiquarian studies. They are however rather milder in tone and regularly incorporate a playful humour not often found in James' work. The tales relate the adventures of a fictionalized version of the author, Mr Batchel, Rector of Stoneground parish. Although by today's standards, readers may find Swain's stories rather lacking in supernatural horrors, their subtle qualities become apparent on re-reading, and many find Mr Batchel one of the most enduring creations of English ghost fiction." - Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 468. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, p. 170. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-193. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1571. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 209. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 419. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-238. Bleiler (1978), p. 190. Reginald 13908.

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        Der Tod in Venedig. Novelle.

      München, Hyperion Verlag Hans von Weber, 1912. 4to. Bound uncut in a very nice, exquisite full morocco binding with five raised bands, gilt title and single gilt lines to spine. A single gilt line-border to boards. Top edge gilt. Minor wear along hinges. Internally very nice and clean, with only a few occasional very minor light brown spots. Printed on thick, heavy paper (Büttenpapier) with watermarks. With the bookplate of "Feuerbacher Heide" to inside of front board.. The very scarce first edition, nr. 32 of 100 copies, of Thomas Mann's disturbing masterpiece, probably the most famous story of obsession ever written. "The Death in Venice" is considered one of the most important literary productions of the 20th century. This true first edition of the book was printed in merely 100 copies, which are all numbered. In 1913 the first trade edition appeared

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        Der Tod in Venedig. Novelle. [In: Die Neue Rundschau. XXIIIter Jahrgang der freien Bühne].

      Berlin, S. Fischer Verlag, 1912. 4to. Volumes 1 and 2 (i.e. the entire year) of "Die neue Rundschau, 1912" present, in the original half vellum bindings with gilt title to spines, top edge gilt. In remarkably fine condition, with just a bit of soiling to spines and a small crack to upper hinges of volume 1 ("Der Tod in Venedig" is in vol. 2). Small stamp in Hebrew to front boards and to title-pages. Large engraved book plates ("E. Schwabach-Märzdorff") to inside of front boards and to front free end-papers. A very nice and clean set.. The true first printing of Thomas Mann's masterpiece, "The Death in Venice". Contrary to what is generally believed, the actual first appearance of "The Death in Venice" was not the extremely scarce de luxe-edition that appeared in 100 numbered copies in 1912. In fact the work originally appeared (and in its entirety) in the October and November issues (i.e. in the second volume, on pp. 1368-1398 + 1499-1526) of "Die Neue Rundschau", 1912. Simultaneusly with this first appearance, Poeschel und Trepte in Leipzig were preparing the luxury edition of the work for Hans von Weber's Hyperionverlag in Munich, as one of his "Hundertdrucke". Probably due to the controversial theme of the work, Thomas Mann was hesitant to immediately handing over the manuscript to his regular publisher S. Fisher for him to publish it directly and had settled on the bibliophile edition already before finishing the work. He did give Fischer the work to publish, though, and thus it came to appear both in Fischer's "Neue Rundschau", over two months, and with Weber's Hyperionverlag. While the first part of the work was being published in "Die neue Rundschau", the luxury edition was being prepared, and in the end, the luxury edition was only issued (shortly) after the second and final part had appeared in "Die neue Rundschau" in November 1912. Shortly after the famous luxury edition, in 1913, Fischer published the first trade edition in book form. By 1924, 50.000 copies of the work had appeared in this form. Thomas Mann's disturbing masterpiece, probably the most famous story of obsession ever written, is considered one of the most important literary productions of the 20th century

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        Die Eier der Vögel Mitteleuropas. Mit über 1500 farbigen Eierabbildungen auf 128 Tafeln, nach Originalen der Sammlung des Verfassers. Zweite wohlfeile Ausgabe. 2 Bde. (1. Text. 2. Tafeln).

      Leubenstein, Reuss, Fr. Krüger, 1912. Bound in 2 orig. hcloth. Spines with blindstamped decorations. Spines a bit faded. Very slightly rubbed. (2),681 pp. and 128 chromolithographed plates. Titlepages a little brownspotted. Faint brownspots to the first plate. Bookplate of Lorenz Ferdinand.. "It is one of the best works with figures of eggs of European birds. The text describes the shape, size, and colour of the eggs while in addition the breeding area, hatching time, and nests of the particular species of birds are given; their Latin and their vernacular names in many different languages are also stated....the plates are executed in chromo-lithography (A. Reichert pinx) and contain a large number of figures of birds' eggs (exclusively) coloured, the variations of which are illustrated by means of a series of figures of eggs of the same species."(Jean Anker No. 419). - Wood p. 536. - Zimmer p. 519 - Nissen "Illustr. Vogelbücher" No 772

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