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        The Sign of Four. With eight illustrations

      Smith Elder, London 1913, 1913. INSCRIBED TO LADY VICTORIA SACKVILLE of Knowle House, mother of author Vita Sackville-West. Stated 'New Edition'; previously published by Blackett then Newnes, this is the first edition thus. Octavo, pp.[viii]; 285; [10], advertisements. Bound in the original red buckram, titled in gilt to spine and upper. Some minor wear and rubbing, slight lean to spine, monogrammed bookplate. Wth presentation inscription to title page; 'To Lady Sackville | Yours very sincerely | Arthur Conan Doyle | A fine association. The Sackvilles were a literary dynasty based in Kent and Sussex whilst Conan Doyle resided in Crowborough, East Sussex. Inscribed copies of the Sherlock Holmes books in any edition are extremely scarce. FIRST EDITIONS. The classic Holmes collection. DeWaal. Green and Gibson [A10a], [A14a]. Harold Locke p.35. BMC No.271, 'The Great Illustrators'. Graham Greene and Dorothy Glover; Victorian Detective Fiction [128],[129], (1966).

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        Wings and the Child; or The Building of Magic Cities

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1913., 1913. FIRST EDITION. Extremely scarce in dustwrapper. Publisher's pictorial green cloth with bright gilt titles to faded spine, lightly rubbed, a little spotting to top edge, in its illustrated dustwrapper, with one small chip to spine top. Illustrated with pictures by George Barraud and from photographs. Edith Nesbit (1858 - 1924), English novelist and short story writer, famous for her Ghost stories, Gothic tales, mysteries, and above all, her classic children's books, who was credited with having invented the children's adventure story. A mischievous, tomboyish child who grew up to be an unconventional adult, E Nesbit (she always used the plain initial to hide her gender) wrote for children after years of successful writing for adult magazines. She was asked to write about her childhood but instead of facts chose to describe her happy girlhood in fiction. Her first great success was The Story of the Treasure-Seekers (1899), followed by Five Children and It (1902), The New Treasure Seekers (1904), The Phoenix and The Carpet (1904), The Story of the Amulet (1906) The Enchanted Castle (1907), The House of Arden (1908) and The Magic City (1910). Her most celebrated story remains The Railway Children (1906), and many of her works have been successfully filmed, and many of her stories have been bestsellers for decades and continue to be enjoyed today.

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        Eigenhändiger Brief mit Unterschrift "Wolf von Niebelschütz." 5.VII. 1943 an Kurt Kluge.

      0 - Niebelschütz, Wolf von (1913 Berlin - 1960 Düsseldorf). Eigenhändiger Brief mit Unterschrift "Wolf von Niebelschütz." 5.VII. 1943 an Kurt Kluge. 2 S. Gr. 8vo, mit dem Originalbriefumschlag. Minimal fleckig, mittig gefaltet, sonst von ausgezeichneter Erhaltung. An Kurt Kluge, bei dem sich Niebelschütz für das Ausbleiben eines Antwortbriefes entschuldigt: "Ausser meiner Frau schreibe ich seit Monaten so gut wie keinem Menschen mehr, wurde bis in die letzten Reserven meiner Physis absorbiert zum (?) vierten Bande einer barocken Riesen-Utopie [gemeint ist Der blaue Kammerherr (1949)], die mich seit anderthalb Jahren in Atem hält - und da ich tagsüber Dienst zu machen habe, werden Sie einen ungefähren Begriff von dem Drama haben, das die Musen mit mir exerzieren. [.] Es ist für Menschen wie mich, die in einer sehr einsamen Welt leben, ungeheuer wichtig, hin und wieder durch ein kleines Fenster zu sehen, das ihr monomanisches Wirken nicht ganz umsonst gewesen ist." Bewegendes Zeugnis der sensiblen Natur des frühverstorbenen Schriftstellers. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        WÜRZBURG. "Würzburg - Käppele und Nikolausburg". Ansicht vom Main aus mit der Steinernen Brücke.

      - Aquarell von Josef Marschall, um 1913, 30 x 47,5 cm. Josef Marschall und sein jüngerer Bruder Vinzenz schufen die originalen Vorlagen für die Farbpostkarten des Verlages Karl Alber. - Voll ausgeführtes Aquarell in kräftigen Farben und auf festem Aquarellkarton. Dabei: Die originale Künstlerpostkarte.

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        "Würzburg - Käppele und Nikolausburg". Ansicht vom Main aus mit der Steinernen Brücke.

      . Aquarell von Josef Marschall, um 1913, 30 x 47,5 cm.. Josef Marschall und sein jüngerer Bruder Vinzenz schufen die originalen Vorlagen für die Farbpostkarten des Verlages Karl Alber. - Voll ausgeführtes Aquarell in kräftigen Farben und auf festem Aquarellkarton. Dabei: Die originale Künstlerpostkarte.

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        THE TEMPERS

      1913 - WILLIAMS, William Carlos. THE TEMPERS. London: Elkin Matthews, 1913. Small hardcover (about 4 by 5.5 inches), yellow paper boards in the original glassine dust jacket. First Edition of Williams' rare second book. [Wallace A2]. It is estimated that about 1,000 copies were printed. Signed by Williams on the half-title page. The signature is after the poet had his first stroke in 1951. Near fine condition (contents clean & tight); very minor wear & few tiny tears (minor chipping spine ends) to the glassine dust jacket. A very nice, autographed copy of a rare book! $4,500.00. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Geschichten., In zwei Bänden. Deutsch von Otto Flake.

      München, Georg Müller Verlag, 1913 - (1) 410 Seiten - (2) 426 (1) Seiten sowie jeder Band mit 20 Porträts. mit Lesebändchen, die Ecken minimal bestossen, lediglich Band 2 die obere Ecke etwas stärker bestossen, ansonsten die Bände in einwandfreier Erhaltung, dieses Werk wurde im Auftrag von Georg Müller in München gedruckt bei Mänicke und Jahn in Rudolstadt und gebunden bei Hübel und Denck in Leipzig. Buchausstattung von Paul Renner. Hundert Exemplare wurden auf van Geldern Bütten abgezogen und in der Presse numeriert. Dieses Exemplar trägt die Nummer 11. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 8°, gebundene Ausgabe, bordeauxroter Original-Ganz-Ledereinband mit reicher Deckel- und Rückenvergoldung sowie Kopfgoldschnitt. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. 100 numerierte Exemplare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Canzoni & Ripostes

      London: Elkin Matthews,, 1913. Whereto are appended the complete poetical works of T. E. Hulme. Octavo. Original brown boards, titles to spine and front board gilt, edges uncut. With the glassine jacket. Spine gently rolled, a little minor foxing to edges and contents. An excellent copy in the stunning jacket. First collected edition, one of 500 copies, in the exceedingly scarce jacket. Also laid-in are six hand-written pages of Pound's poetry in an unidentified hand.

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        L'Art Decoratif De Leon Bakst

      Maurice De Brunoff, Paris 1913 - 49 pages in text. Folio, 41 x 28 cm. Fifty tipped-in color lithographs, and twenty-seven tipped-in black and white plates, mounted on gray paper. Notes on the Ballet by Jean Cocteau. Lev Samoylovich Rosenberg (Bakst), painter and stage designer realized his greatest artistic success in the Alesandrinksy and Maryinsky theaters, and latter from 1901 to 1921 with Diaghilev at the Ballet Russe where he designed more productions than any other artist. A fine example of Leon Bakst's contribution to the Russian ballet of the Diaghilev period. It includes a fine text by Alexandre and Cocteau, and numerous plates representing the various scenes and costumes he created for Diaghilev's ballet company. Bakst's greatest works are included in this volume, such as Scheherazade, Cleopatre, Daphnis and Chloe, and the notorious L'Apres-Midi d'un Faun, the erotic ballet choreographed and performed by the legendary Nijinsky. Interior contents fresh and clean, small nick to backstrip label, owner inscription front cover pastedown dated 1913. Three quarter vellum and blue cloth. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Old Curiosity Shop. Illustrated in Colour by Frank Reynolds

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, n.d. (1913)., 1913. Limited Edition to 350 copies of which this is No. 200, SIGNED by the illustrator, Frank Reynolds. Publisher's full vellum, gilt stamped medalion with black silhouette insert to centre of upper, titles in gilt above and below, gilt titles to spine; top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Pictorial end papers. tipped in colour frontipiece and 20 other tipped in plates, all with titled tissue guards. Ties missing; very slight toning to spine; untrimmed edges a little dusty. Pages unopened. Vellum binding and gilt titles bright. A sound, very attractive copy in superb condition.

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        THE TEMPERS

      1913. WILLIAMS, William Carlos. THE TEMPERS. London: Elkin Matthews, 1913. Small hardcover (about 4 by 5.5 inches), yellow paper boards in the original glassine dust jacket. First Edition of Williams' rare second book. [Wallace A2]. It is estimated that about 1,000 copies were printed. Signed by Williams on the half-title page. The signature is after the poet had his first stroke in 1951. Near fine condition (contents clean & tight); very minor wear & few tiny tears (minor chipping spine ends) to the glassine dust jacket. A very nice, autographed copy of a rare book! $4,500.00.

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        Andreae Dactii Patricii et Academici Florentini Poemata

      In 8vo (cm 14,5); legatura del XVIII secolo in mezza pelle con fregi e titolo in oro al dorso, taglio rosso; pp. 320. Carattere corsivo latino e greco. Lievi fioriture, margine superiore un po' corto, minimi aloni marginali, insignificante strappetto all'ultima carta senza danno al testo, ma nel complesso ottima copia.RARA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE pubblicata postuma per le cure del figlio dell'autore Giovanni Dazzi e da questi dedicata a Cosimo de' Medici. A pagina 5 segue un'altra dedica di Andrea Dazzi a Pietro Soderini. La raccolta si apre con numerosi epigrammi ed elegie: in quei versi nei quali egli canta il suo amore per una certa Fulvia si comprende come il Dazzi «seppe contemperare lo studio dei classici con quello dei poeti volgari e soprattutto del Petrarca» (G. Bottiglioni, La lirica latina in Firenze nella seconda metà  del secolo XV, Pisa, 1913, p. 140 e inoltre pp. 136 - 144). Seguono otto selve in esametri, ciascuna dedicata ad un argomento diverso: lodi adulatorie, notizie autobiografiche, scene di vita contemporanea, ecc. Chiudono la raccolta il poemetto eroicomico in tre libri Aeluromyomachia, scritto in età  giovanile, qui pubblicato da M. Serafini e da questi dedicato a P. Cattani da Diacceto, e un'orazione latina in lode delle lettere greche. Dall'esame dei componimenti emergono le fitte relazioni che il Dazzi intratteneva con i personaggi più importanti del tempo, tra i quali ricordiamo J. Naldi, P. Crinito, G. Rucellai, L. Albizzi, L. Torelli e M. Tarcaniota. Proprio l'inimicizia tra quest'ultimo e A. Poliziano, che era stato maestro del Dazzi, causò la successiva rottura tra il Poliziano e il Dazzi stesso, il quale «in una serie di epigrammi assai mordaci, attaccò il Poliziano nel suo punto più vulnerabile, cioè nella sua immoralità » (Bottiglioni, op. cit., p. 144). Lo accusò infatti molto arditamente di omosessualità . «Parmi ces poésies il y en a de fort libres... La plupart sont dans le genre de Catulle et de Martial... Cela n'a point empêché ce recueil d'être réimprimé à  Paris, en 1554, avec un privilège du roi» (J. Gay, Bibliographie des ouvrages relatifs à  l'amour, aux femmes, au mariage..., Paris, 1894, I, p. 782). Numerosi sono i componimenti e le strofe in greco. In fine vi sono l'indice dei poemi e l'errata. Originario di Firenze, il Dazzi si formò nelle lettere latine sotto la guida del Poliziano e del Landino, mentre nelle lettere greche ebbe come maestro il Verino. Le sue qualità  di erudito gli fecero ottenere l'insegnamento di lettura greca presso lo Studio Fiorentino nel 1502. Insegnò ininterrottamente sia a Firenze che a Pisa fino circa al 1520, avendo come allievi P. Vettori, B. Cavalcanti, P. Mini ed altri. Proprio intorno a quegli anni una grave malattia lo rese completamente cieco e lo costrinse a ritirarsi presso la sua villa di Fiesole. Ciononostante egli continuò ad ottenere alcuni importanti incarichi pubblici e fu tra i primi ad entrare nell'Accademia fiorentina dopo la sua fondazione ufficiale nel 1541, divenendone in seguito censore. La sua memoria fu pubblicamente onorata da C. Bartoli e da M. Serafini, che lesse l'orazione funebre in S. Maria Novella (cfr. W. Rudiger, Andreas Dactius aus Florenz, Halle, 1897, passim). D. Moreni, Annali della tipografia fiorentina di Lorenzo Torrentino, Firenze, 1819, nr. XXVI, pp. 78 - 79 («raro libro»). Adams, D - 164. BMSTCItalian, p. 208. D. Moreni, Bibliografia storico ragionata della Toscana, Firenze, 1805, I, 318. \

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        Princess Badoura. A Tale from the Arabian Nights. Retold by Laurence Housman

      Hodder and Stoughton, London, [1913] - Illustrated by Edmund Dulac with 10 tipped-in colour plates with paper guards. Newly bound by Bayntun-Riviere in full crimson morocco, the covers and spine ornately hand-tooled and blocked in gilt, decorative red and gold Chiyogami endleaves, gilt edges. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Changed Man: The Waiting Supper And Other Tales concluding with The Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid

      MacMillan and Co., Limited, London, 1913., 1913. FIRST EDITION. 8vo.; with map of Wessex. Frontispiece. Publisher's green cloth, gilt decoration to upper board, top edge gilt. In the original printed dust-jacket. Book is fine, but for some offset browning from flaps, neat ink name hidden beneath. The fragile paper jacket has some ships to the extremities and a loss to the foot of the spine, several closed tears. Presentable nonetheless. A remarkable survival. Purdy p.151-157

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        Poh-Deng: Scenes de la Vie Siamoise

      FR: L'Edition d'Art, Piazza. Paris, L'Edition d'Art, Piazza, 1913. Limited edition being one of 350 copies, this being one of 288 on papier velin. Illustrated by H.de la Neziere. Near fine book in near fine slipcase. Some creasing to the jacket and a little rubbing, a little fading and edge wear to the slipcase. Label to rear noting repairs in 1980. . Near Fine. Paperback. Limited Edition. 1913.

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        Animal Happyland

      [1913]. first edition. Louis Wain Draws Crocodiles, Frogs and Pigs as Well as Cats and Dogs[WAIN, Louis, illustrator]. Animal Happyland. Pictures by Louis Wain, Harry B. Nielson, Elsie Blomfield, and others. Verses and Stories by A.W. Ridler. London: James Clarke & Co., n.d. [1913]. First edition. Small quarto (9 5/16 x 7 11/16 inches; 237 x 195 mm.). Sixty unnumbered pages. Title-page illustration by Louis Wain, and fourteen full-page monotone plates alternately printed in green, brown, blue and purple, of which five are by Louis Wain. Numerous smaller monotone illustrations in the text, many of which are by Louis Wain. The other illustrators featured are Felix Leigh, T. Crumwell Lawrence, Harry B. Nielsen, M. Morris, FAW, H. Dixon, F. Williams, and N. Buchanan.Publishers glazed color pictorial boards, front cover with a fine full-color drawing by Harry B. Nielsen. Lower cover with advertisements, spine lettered in black. Some light wear to extremities, otherwise near fine. Book-plate of Sydney John Robinson on front paste-down.This is the first time that we have seen this interesting little book. We all know and love Wain for his Cat drawings and also his portrayal of dogs, but this title shows Louis Wain drawing other animals including "Saluting the King of Frogland", 'The Three Little Pigs and Mama Pig', "The Crocodile Paced Many a Mile" etc.Ellery Yale Wood #8

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        The Tragedie of Julius Caesar. (1623)

      (Hammersmith: The Doves Press, 1913).. Limited edition, one of 200 copies on paper from a total edition of 215, small 4to, 111, (5) pp. Sidenotes, stage directions and the characters' names printed in red throughout, Doves Bindery stamp to the foot of the rear paste down, previous owner's small blind stamp to the lower corner of a front blank and the final leaf of errata. Original vellum backed boards, gilt title to spine, mild rubbing to corners otherwise near fine. Held in a lavish quarto brown morocco folding case lined in light blue suede. Printed from the text of the First Folio. One of four of Shakespeare's plays that Cobden-Sanderson produced at the Doves Press (the others being Hamlet, Anthony and Cleopatra and Coriolanus), as well as three volumes of his poetry. Tidcombe 32. A variant binding to the usual limp vellum.

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        Due Cosmografie, una Egizia ed una Sinaitica, in Due Piatti di Bronzo Trovati a Nimrud [with Bookplate of Ronald Vere Tooley--Pioneer of the Modern Antiquarian Map Trade]

      Presso le Reale Societa Geografica, Roma 1913 - (History of Cartography) PINZA, Giovanni. Due Cosmografie, una Egizia ed una Sinaitica, in Due Piatti di Bronzo Trovati a Nimrud [Translation: Two Cosmographies, an Egyptian and a Sinaiticus, in Two Plates of Bronze Found in Nimrud]. Roma [Rome]: Presso le Reale Societa Geografica, 1913. First Edition. Text in Italian. Octavo, 9.25 x 6 inches. Original wraps, 110 pages. Fold-out map of site intact. Some toning and foxing to pages. Wraps rubbed and scuffed. Spine worn with some tears and chips. Toning and wear to edges. Good condition. Book on archeology of Nimrud. In antiquity, the town was known by the name Kalhu [Calah in the Old Testament], but the Arabs called it Nimrud after Nimrod, the biblical mighty hunter. Ronald Vere Tooley, considered the effective founder of the modern antiquarian map trade, was born and raised in London. After serving in World War I where he was one of the few in his regiment to survive the Battle of Cambrai, he joined the London booksellers Francis Edwards Ltd where he produced catalogues of rare books and old maps throughout the 1920s. After an attempt at his own business in the 1930s, Tooley rejoined Francis Edwards following World War II. Tooley devoted much of his time to the history of cartography and was considered an authority on early maps and cartographers. He authored multiple books on the subject and founded the Map Collectors' Circle, which published a series of monographs on historical cartography from 1963-1975. The festschrift, My Head is a Map, compiled in 1973 for his 75th birthday by British Library Map Librarians Helen Wallis and Sarah Tyacke, celebrated his contributions to the world of antiquarian maps. (YJMC001) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Standard Atlas of Delta County Michigan including a Plat Book of the Villages, Cities and Townships of the County. Map of the State, United States and World. Patrons Directory, Reference Business Directory and Departments devoted to General Information

      Chicago.: Geo. A. Ogle & Co.. 1913.. 62 single-page color maps and 3 double-page color maps, black and white photo illustrations, plus text pages, 18 x 15 1/2 inches, gilt lettered decorative embossed cloth-covered boards with leather spine and corners (hardbound). Cover is in fair condition with leather loss to spine and wear to edges of boards, front cover is coming loose at hinge. Interior: some light foxing but overall maps in very good clean condition. Includes maps of the various townships of Delta County, plus Map of Michigan, Map of the United States, Map of the World, Patrons' Reference Directory of Delta County, Portrait Department (with dozens of black and white portraits of Delta County citizens, their residences and also officials of the county). Several supplements, which are standard features of Ogle & Co. publications: "Analysis of the System of United States Land Surveys, Digest of the System of Civic Government, General Information Regarding Banking and Business Methods, and Ancient, Medieval and Modern History, Chronologically Arranged." Of particular interest are the tipped-in two-page color maps (17 1/2 x 60 inches) of two of the county's larger towns: Escanaba and Gladstone (South Part). There is also an attractive one-page color Outline Map of Delta County that includes Big and Little Summer Islands and St. Martin's Island. A three-page "Advertising Section" of Delta County businesses is followed by five pages of photographs (15 to 20 per page) featuring portraits of Delta County residents and their homes, commercial buildings, and various farm scenes. Overall, an uncommon and fascinating Atlas of the Upper Peninsula county, with contents in very good condition. There appear to be five WorldCat libraries holding the Atlas, although other libraries make the Atlas available in microfilm format. .

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        The Near East: Dalmatia, Greece and Constantinople [Signed by Hichens and Guerin]

      The Century Company, 1913, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine, First editionA Near Fine copy of the first edition, first printing (showing some light wear to the front board's gilt and minor rubs to the spine ends and board corners, chip to the bottom margin of one illustration page not affecting the image -- no dust jacket), SIGNED BY ROBERT HICHENS AND SIGNED BY JULES GUERIN on the half-title, complete with a frontispiece and forty-nine additional full-page tissue-guarded illustrations, with 18 of the illustrations taken from paintings by Guerin. Robert Hichens (1864 - 1950) was an English journalist, novelist, travel writer, music lyricist, short story writer, and music critic. Jules Guérin (1866 - 1946), American muralist, architectural delineator, and illustrator, who frequently contributed to Scribner's Magazine and to Century Magazine and was often hired by Architects to produce alluring renderings of their buildings, and was employed by Daniel Burnham and Edward Bennett to produce illustrations for their monumental work "Plan of Chicago", producing spectacular color views of the proposed alterations to the City. From 1909 to 1911 Robert Hitchens and Guerin traveled together to create popular books on Egypt, the Holy Land, and the Near East authored by Hichens and illustrated by Guerin. A Near Fine copy, SIGNED BY ROGER HICHENS AND BY JULES GUERIN. QUITE SCARCE WHEN SIGNED.

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        The Land of the Blue Poppy. Travels of a Naturalist in Eastern Tibet.

      1st. Ed. Pub. Cambridge. 1913 - pp.xii, 282 with maps and plates. More recently the spine has been professionally relaid and at the same time, new end-papers were added. Boards lightly marked and showing some rubbing on edges and corners. A minor amount of foxing to contents which are in thoroughly very good condition. A very good copy of this scarce title. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        KANDINSKY 1901-1913. "Rückblicke" - "Notizen".

      Berlin, Verlag DER STURM, 1913,. 23,3 x 28,2 cm, (8), 67, XXXXI Seiten, 1 Blatt, 64 schwarz-weiss Tafeln. Mit goldfarbenem Signet von Kandinsky bedruckte Original-Broschur (mit vergleichsweise geringen Gebrauchsspuren; Rücken alt mit Papierstreifen stabilisiert), modernes Exlibris auf der Innenseite des Vorderdeckels montiert, Ecken und Kanten bestossen. Ungewöhnlich gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit den üblichen Gebrauchsspuren.. Bolliger 1, 407. - Centre Pompidou Kandinsky, 1985, Seite 152 Abb. 15. - Dokumentations-Bibliothek VI, 551. - Expressionisten-Katalog, Berlin 1986, Nr. 168. - Grohmann, Kandinsky 414. - Roethel (Anhang) V, 18. - Spalek 2776. - Thieme-Becker XIX, 516. - Literatur: Europäische Moderne, Buch und Graphik, Seite 115ff. - Prinz, Ursula "Der Sturm und seine Publikationen zur bildenden Kunst"; Zitat: "Schon früh ehrte er [Walden] Künstler mit Einzelausstellungen. Die erste überhaupt war Wassily Kandinsky im Oktober 1912 gewidmet. Kandinskys Autobiographie ist auch die erste grosse Publikation des Sturm-Verlages, die mit zahlreichen Illustrationen 1913 erschien."

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        Stolitsa I Usad'ba. Zhurnal Krasivoi Zhizni [Capital and Estate. The Magazine of the Good Life]

      Fiat et al, St. Petersburg, Russia 1913 - In Russian. Complete run, 90 numbers in 72 issues, 1913-1917. Illustrated throughout, including tipped-in color plates. In original illustrated covers except for 1915 (no. 25-48) which is bound without covers in a contemporary cloth binding. First plate of no. 8 absent. Condition ranges from fair to good, several issues with spine neatly strengthened with paper tape, some covers detached but present, a few issues with pages detached but present, general edgewear. This periodical documents the lost masterpieces of Russian architecture and applied arts as well as the lost world of pre-revolutionary high society. The first ten issues were printed in very limited numbers and are particularly scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Moving Picture Boys In The West or Taking Scenes Among the Cowboys & Indians with SCARCE Color DustJacket of 5 Indians in Full Attire & Headdress & Shooting Rifles Running After Some People on Plain, Series #2 By Victor Appleton, , Life in Early

      Grosset & Dunlap NY 1913 - . Inner Hinges Starting slightly Cracked, HBDJ, BOOK VG Condition, FAIR DJ with some Smaller Pieces Missing edges extremities DJ FRONT Top & Spine DJ has Small Chips Tears Ends Removing Part Spine Title, but Nothing affects Front Picture Except Where we mentioned, 1913, Early Edition, AS-IS, DJ Lettered in Red Outlined in Black, Pretext Lists thru Earthquake Land & Tom Swift Thru Cannon, Front DJ CHIPS, Mended Tears & Tiny Corner Pieces out, ,Back DJ Lists Tom Swift, Boys Columbia end Outdoor Chums Houseboat with FOX & LARGE Chips along Top & bottom Edge, DJ Rub Wear Scuff Tiny Tears Extremities, Bright THICK Olive Green & Red, Black Illustrated Cloth cover Depicts Boy in Center with Camera & Surrounding Scenes Nice Condition Light Wear, ,Interior Nice tight ,Light FOX, Mild Wear, 212 Pgs + ADS Tom Swift thru Big Tunnel, Etc Ending with Ralph Switch Tower, Small illus. of boy with camera on Cover , Written by the same author as Tom Swift. Life in early Days of Movies. There were 11 Volumes in the Series, a Companion to the Motion Picture Chums series. Boys series [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        El mole rachmin (für Titanik) [ORIGINAL 78 RPM WITH TWO SILVER GELATIN PRINTS]

      Victor Talking Machine Co., [1913], Camden, NJ - Size of frame: 17 6/8 x 23 2/8". Framed and matted 78 RPM and two silver gelatin prints pertaining to Josef "Yossele" Rosenblatt (1882-1933), a Ukrainian-born cantor and composer, who was regarded as the greatest cantor of his time. Indeed, Rosenblatt was known for his remarkable artistry, for the refinement of his timbre, and for his unique capability to shift from normal voice to falsetto, with its characteristic breathy flute-like sound relatively free of overtones. Notes were hit remarkably accurately at high speeds. Fiorituras, similarly, were executed near perfectly, both rhythmically and on pitch. His popularity soared so high that the great Arturo Toscanini approached him to sing the leading role in Jacques Fromental Halévy's "La Juive," but Rosenblatt replied that he would only use his vocal gift for the glory of God, in service to his religion. Similarily, and at about the same time, he was offered $1000 per night to sing at the Chicago opera house, but so great was his love for Yiddishkeit, that he turned it down. Rosenblatt corresponded with many of the great tenors of his day. It is said that upon hearing Rosenblatt sing "Elli Elli", Enrico Caruso was so moved that he climbed onto the stage and kissed him. In April 1912, when the Titanic sank and the first news came of the disaster, Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt felt such compassion for all those who had lost loved ones in the tragedy, that, raising his powerful voice in song, he recorded this "El mole rachmin* (für Titanic)" for Victor records. The record was released in the early months of 1913, and sales soared so high that Rosenblatt was able to collect over $150,000 in royalties, which was promptly and entirely donated to help the distressed families. At the time of this recording, Rosenblatt had just moved to Harlem to take a position at the Ohab Zedek orthodox congregation. Underneath the original 78 RPM (35312-B) are two 3 2/8 x 4 1/2" silver gelatin prints of Josef "Yossele" Rosenblatt. Frame, record and photographs in very good condition. * English translation: "Exalted, compassionate God, grant perfect peace in Your sheltering Presence, among the holy and the pure, to the souls of all our beloved who have gone to their eternal home. May their memory endure as inspiration for deeds of charity and goodness in our lives. May their souls thus be bound up in the bond of life. May they rest in peace. And let us say: Amen." [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Water Supply of the District of Columbia and Water Power at Great Falls [and] Development of Great Falls for Water Power and Increase of Water Supply for the District of Columbia (Two Volumes)

      Washington: Government Printing Office. (1913 / 1921). First. First edition. Two volumes: the 1913 topographical and engineering survey and the 1921 Federal Power Commission report, undertaken to determine the feasibility of constructing a hydroelectric power plant at Great Falls on the Potomac River (now a protected National Park). The 1913 survey was issued as House Document No. 1400 (62d Congress, 3d Session). Portfolio. 143pp., 1 folding chart (bound in linen cloth wrappers) and 64 loose folding maps and plans, complete as issued in the original publisher's cloth portfolio box with cloth tie. Moderate soiling to the portfolio very good. Prepared under the direction of the Secretary of War by the US Army Corps of Engineers. The 1921 report was issued as Senate Document No. 403 (66th Congress, 3rd Session). Quarto. 179pp., 28 numbered folding maps, folding color chart, and plates. Also complete as issued in the original publisher's cloth. A very good or better set, scarce in the trade, with the many folding maps in the portfolio and bound volume in fine condition. .

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        A Boy's Will

      London: David Nutt, 1913. First edition, second issue. 1 vols. Small, thin 8vo. Original tan printed wrappers (Binding D). Fine. Cloth folding box. The author's first book, preceded only by the legendary Twilight [1894] of which only one copy is known. Frost has the distinction of being one of the few poets who was successful throughout his entire lifetime, receiving four Pulitzer prizes among his many awards.

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        Mr. Asquith in Office (ÒCome one, come all, this rock shall fly / From its firm base as soon as IÓ)

      1913. Gouache and wash over pencil, titled and signed "Max 1913" (lower right). 12-7/8 x 11-3/4 in. The caption is from ScottÕs Lady of Lake. ÒH.H.A, imperturbably smoking a cigar with a copy of ÔPayne on StaticsÕ at his feet, is ringed by a shackled peer, a German soldier, a militant worker, a suffragette and Sir Edward CarsonÓ (Hart-Davis).

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        Gurre-Lieder von Jens Peter Jacobsen (Deutsch von Robert Franz Arnold) für Soli, Chor und Orchester... Klavierauszug von Alban Berg. [Piano-vocal score].

      Wien - Leipzig Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 3696] February 25, 1913. Small folio. Modern quarter mid-tan calf with marbled boards, titling to spine gilt. [i] (title within decorative Jugendsteil border printed in sepia), [i] (list of cast and instruments), 3- 238 pp. Handstamp to foot of title: "Die Verkaufsstelle der Musikalienhändler auf der Intern. Ausstellung für Buchgewerbe und Graphik Leipzig 1914." A very good copy.. First Edition. Rufer p. 79. Tetsuo Satoh pp. 37-38. "The piano-vocal score, begun by Alban Berg in fall 1910... completed in fall of the following year, and printed by Waldheim-Eberle was issued on February 25, 1913 according to the printer's log of Universal Edition, at a print run of 498 copies, following an order of January 8, 1913 (erroneously, the year "1912" has been entered into the printer's log of Universal Edition)." Website of Arnorld Schoenberg, Center, Vienna. First performed in Vienna on February 23, 1913, with Franz Schreker conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Chorus and the Wiener Konzertvereinsorchester.

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        ACROSS UNKNOWN SOUTH AMERICA

      London: Hodder and Stoughton. [1913]. First edition. Two volumes. Original blue cloth stamped in gilt and green, in dustwrappers. Large octavo. Illustrated with two maps, eight colour plates and 260 illustrations from mono photographs by the author. An excellent very good or better set, the bindings showing only minor rubbing to the extremities. Some minor foxing to the blank reverse of the portrait frontis in volume one, otherwise clean and bright throughout. In the publisher?'s dark blue cloth bindings with gilt lettering to the spines. Complete with the rare original dustwrappers. Some very minor chipping to the edges of the wrapper for volume one, and some small areas of loss to volume two but overall an exceptionally well preserved set. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        [Archive]: 18 Real Photo Postcards of the West Side Camping Club in Guard, Maryland

      Guard, Maryland: West Side Camping Club. 1913-1914. 18 sepia-toned real photo postcards. Some modest fading to a few of the cards, a few have been mailed, overall near fine. A splendid group of photographs of a bunch of cheerful knuckleheads at a private hunting club in Guard, Maryland, where apparently, according to a 1914 Forest and Stream article, they specialized in hunting (and occasionally eating) groundhogs. The images feature about 20 prosperous but casually dressed white men in a tent encampment with a cook shed emblazoned with the letters W.S.C.C. and various semi-humorous signs, and manned by a black cook in white chef's outfit. In one image, one gentleman on the left pretends to play a frying pan like a banjo, while on the right another gentleman pretends to shave the neck of a sleeping man with a hand scythe, while the cook stands in the middle with knife and frying pan, looking not terribly amused. In other images the various men lounge around camp, and in a series of four images, a group of hunting dogs attack what appears to be a groundhog pelt. The few that are postmarked are postmarked in August of either 1913 or 1914, all from Guard, Maryland (about which we can find nothing!) .

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        British Columbia - Sixty Years of Progress: A History *SIGNED, NUMBERED AND UNREAD, FULL LEATHER-BOUND COPY*

      British Columbia Historical Association, British Columbia 1913 - Signed Number 216 of only 350 signed copies of this full leather-bound edition. Signed by co-author R.E. Gosnell. "Few publications, if any, of similar size and excellence have been produced in Canada." - From Editor's Foreward. Part One is made up of 210 pages and eighteen chapters which constitute ". a survey of events from the earliest times down to the Union of the Crown Colony of British Columbia with the Dominion of Canada." Part Two is ". a history, mainly political and economic, of the Province since Confederation up to the present time." Part One is preceded by dozens of tissue-protected black and white portraits of individuals influential in the early history of the province, complete with their brief biographies upon the tissue. Part One is likewise followed by dozens of tissue-protected portraits of "Leading men in judicial and other capacities." Part Two is comprised of eighteen chapters over 226 pages, plus 5 pages of addenda. This part is again followed by dozens of tissue protected portraits of "Some of the men conspicuous as present day factors in development." Top edge gilt. Embossed decorations upon front board and back strip. Crisp gilt lettering upon backstrip. Marbled endpapers. Unread. Exceptionally clean, bright, and unmarked with no wear. Handsome suede leather exterior appears virtually as fresh as the day it was applied over 90 years ago. More a historical monument than a book, this majestic tome (over 14lb in weight and measuring 13" high by 10.5" wide by almost 4" thick) is ideally suited to life as a library showpiece or as a magnificent gift, particularly to a British Columbian of distinction. The vintage and exceedingly fine condition of this copy easily rank it as one of the most impressive volumes we have ever offered. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        In Powder and Crinoline 1913 Kay Nielsen 24 Plates

      Hodder and Stoughton 1913 - The book is in good condition. There is some wear and rubbing to the outside boards. There is a signature in the front and no bookplates or markings of any other kind. This book contains all 24 of Nielsen's original tipped in plates. They all have their original tissue guards. The pages are clean and free of any foxing. A rare find with many beautiful illustrations. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Bücher der namenlosen Liebe. Gesammtausgabe

      Paris: ohne Verlagsangabe, 1913. 272 S.; handnumeriertes Expl. der limitierten Erstauflage; als Manuskript gedruckt; mit einer Einleitung: Die Geschichte eines Kampfes um die namenlose Liebe; enthält die sechs Bücher: Die namenlose Liebe. Ein Bekenntnis - Wer sind wir? Eine Dichtung der namenlosen Liebe - Fenny Skaller. Ein Leben der namenlosen Liebe - Über die Stufen von Marmor. Eine Szene der namenlosen Liebe - Am Rande des Lebens. Die Gedichte der namenlosen Liebe - Gehör! - Nur einen Augenblick!... Ein Schrei; Halbleinen der Zeit, mit marmorierten Deckeln u. Vorsätzen, sowie Leinenecken, zweiseitig unbeschnitten; Besitzersignaturstempel auf dem Schmutztitelblatt, Deckel berieben, Kanten teils stärker berieben, ein Blatt mit kl. blassem Wasserrand; fest im Einband. Erste Ausgabe. Halbleinen. Gut. 25,9 cm.

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        Arthur Rackham's Book of Picture

      William Heinemann, London 1913 - London: William Heinemann, 1913. Full leather. One volume. Quarto. Arthur Rackham's Book of Picture, with an introduction by Sir. Arthur Quiller-Couch. Illustrated and signed by Rackham. This edition is limited to one thousand copies which this is number 40. Handsomely bound by Bayntun in full red cherry morocco, covers and spine gilt decoration of floral motif, six compartment between raised bands, gilt title, all edges gilt. marbled endpapers and boards, gilt turn-ins. Beautifully extra illustrated by Rackham with title tissue guard. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Book of Pictures. With an introduction by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch.

      London: William Heinemann, 1913 - Quarto (285 × 226 mm). Finely bound by Zaehnsdorf in crushed crimson half morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edge gilt. The occasional minor blemish, an excellent copy. With 44 tipped in colour plates, captioned tissues. Signed limited edition, one of 1,030 numbered copies signed by the artist. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Water Supply of the District of Columbia and Water Power at Great Falls [and] Development of Great Falls for Water Power and Increase of Water Supply for the District of Columbia (Two Volumes)

      Washington: Government Printing Office. (1913 / 1921). First. First edition. Two volumes: the 1913 topographical and engineering survey and the 1921 Federal Power Commission report, undertaken to determine the feasibility of constructing a hydroelectric power plant at Great Falls on the Potomac River (now a protected National Park). The 1913 survey was issued as House Document No. 1400 (62d Congress, 3d Session). Portfolio. 143pp., 1 folding chart (bound in linen cloth wrappers) and 64 loose folding maps and plans, complete as issued in the original publisher's cloth portfolio box with cloth tie. Moderate soiling to the portfolio very good. Prepared under the direction of the Secretary of War by the US Army Corps of Engineers. The 1921 report was issued as Senate Document No. 403 (66th Congress, 3rd Session). Quarto. 179pp., 28 numbered folding maps, folding color chart, and plates. Also complete as issued in the original publisher's cloth. A very good or better set, scarce in the trade, with the many folding maps in the portfolio and bound volume in fine condition. .

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        A Boy?s Will

      8vo. London: David Nutt, 1913. 8vo. [xii], 50, (2)pp. Cream linen-paper wrappers, titled in black with four-petal flower stamp on upper cover. Rubber stamp ?Printed in Great Britain on p.iv. Fine with a small crease in the lower cover, in a custom folding box. Presentation copy of the first edition, second issue, of Robert Frost?s first book. Inscribed by Frost with two lines of poetry: ?To find that the utmost reward / Of daring should be still to dare / Robert Frost / To Laura?s family / March 1937?. Commonly regarded as Frost?s first book, since only one copy exists of his true first, Twilight (two were printed, one of which was destroyed by Frost himself). Crane A2, Binding D.

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        1913 - 1914 Archive of Manuscript Documents Regarding the Founding of the NY State School of Agriculture on Long Island (Farmingdale) & the Appointment of Trustee Edward H.L. Smith of Smithtown to the Board

      Farmingdale, Nassau Co., L.I., N.Y.: Not Published, 1913. Archive consists of 8 documents, including: Aug. 7 1913 typed letter signed on State of NY Executive Chamber letterhead to Edward H.L. Smith, St. James, L.I. "...establishment of the New York State School of Agriculture on Long Island is a work of which New York State should be justly proud...it affords me great pleasure to appoint you as a Trustee...Very sincerely your friend, (signed in pen) Wm. Sulzer" (William Sulzer (1863 - 1941) Governor of NY at the time, first and only NY governor to be impeached) - this with the original mailing envelope; August 19, 1913 on printed New York State School of Agriculture on Long Island letterhead, TL signed by the board member from Brooklyn, Franklin H. Hooper, inquiring about the appointment of Smith and further explaining that Smith was to take the place of Ezra A. Tuttle of Eastport and asking him of all this directly "...because of the complicated situation which exists at present in Albany..." F.H. Hooper (1851 - 1914) considered one of the main proponents of the founding of the school and a prominent Brooklyn, NY & national educator; with a copy of the Aug. 23rd 1913 completed and signed Oath of Office of Smith, witnessed and notarized; and the Aug. 26 letter regarding the office, signed by Mitchell May the Sec. of State of NY; On Aug. 28 Franklin Hooper acknowledges the receipt of the letter of appointment & oath & gives notification of the next Board meeting, with mailing envelope; with the October 15th, 1913 8-page typed document signed "Estimate of Money Needed for Running Expenses of the New York State School of Agriculture on Long Island from January 1st, 1914 to January 1st, 1915" prepared by A.A. Johnson and signed by him in ink at the introductory passage and which gives a detailed budget for the school, various departments, salaries, the demonstration farm and more, in the original blue paper over-folder; a December 16, 1913 typed letter, 2 pages, signed by Hooper, writing to all the Board, which declares that "...on Thursday, December 11, representatives of the State Comptroller and of the State Attorney General went to Farmingdale, and that Messrs. Mott, Smith and Ruland were on that day paid by the State Comptroller for their three farms respectively in pursuance of the contract as made by the Board of Trustees of the school and the three vendors...thereby completing the transaction for the purchase of lands for the school. It is now possible for members of the Board of Trustees to enter upon the lands and to prepare to use them for the purposes of the school..." and with further information regarding the surveying of the property, (and) a February 5, 1914 TLS by Hooper to Smith, regarding information to be sent to Lathrop Brown; the letters with old fold lines, light wear and in very good condition; envelopes worn, stained, used; overall, in very good condition and an excellent group of letters regarding the historical foundation of the school at Farmingdale, the oldest public institution of higher education on Long Island.. Manuscript. Not Bound. Very Good.

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        La conquista del Polo Sud. La spedizione norvegese del 'Fram' verso il Polo Australe - 1910-1912.

      Treves 1913 Treves, Milano, 1913. Due volumi in 8vo (17 x 25); pp. XI, 383, 270, 8 tavole a colori, 67 tavole in nero f.t., 112 incisioni n.t. e 2 (di 4) carte geografiche. Ritratto fotografico in bianco e nero di Amundsen in antiporta.Volumi ril. tela con illustrazioni al piatto. 'Illustrato da 8 tavole a colori da quadri ad olio del professor W. L. Lehmann, 67 tavole in nero fuori testo, 112 incisioni intercalate nel testo, e 4 carte geografiche a colori.'

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        The Arabian Nights

      A & C Black, UK 1913 - London, A & C Black, 1913. Hardback. Deluxe edition, being one of 250 copies signed by the publisher. Very good condition with bumping to the spine tips and corners, front hinge pulled with webbing showing. The odd bit of spotting to some leaves, some offsetting to endpapers. Upper board a little rubbed, but less so than usually seen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres

      Constable and Company Limited [1913], London - First published edition, preceded by the privately printed editions of 1904 and 1912; large 8vo, pp. xiv, 401, [1]; color frontispiece, 12 black & white photographic plates; original quarter brown cloth over boards, spine lettered in gilt, t.e.g.; spine extremities rubbed, top edge of lower cover slightly abraided; all else good or better. This copy with a presentation inscription from the eminent surgeon, Harvey Cushing: "For Yevnige Bailey et Cie. with the best wishes of Harvey Cushing, Aug. 1927." A subsequent owner has neatly written in pencil "5/2/79 Gift of [Doctor] Percival Bailey." Yevigne Bailey was the wife of Percival Bailey, a friend, colleague and collaborator of Cushing's. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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