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        Wild Animals at Home

      HODDER STOUGHTON, LONDON 1913 - satin ribbon marker, 5 ribs on spine with gilt lettering, professionally rebound in leather probably redone in the 20's, bookplate to inside front cover, top edge gilt, over 150 sketches and photographs by the author, corners bumped, covers rubbed DATE PUBLISHED: 1913 EDITION: 223 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        Untitled auto racing scene

      Paris.: Mabileau & Co.. 1913.. Color lithograph with pochoir (stencil) handcolor, image approximately 12 x 20 inches on sheet 17 3/4 x 35 1/2 inches. Couple of tiny edge tears, very good condition. 'Gamy' is thought to be a pseudonym of Marguerite Montaut, the wife of the French poster artist Ernest Montaut, who died in 1909 at the age of 31. Ernest Montaut and, after his death, his wife, produced posters whose subject matter reflects the era's fascination with speed, on land and in the air. The posters were elaborately produced employing a combination of color lithography and handcoloring using the pochoir (stencil) process. This image portrays a racing car being driven at high speed through the countryside. .

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        The Tale of Pigling Bland

      London, Frederick Warne & Co.,, 1913. Sextodecimo. Original burgundy paper-covered boards, titles to spine and front board in white, illustration pasted to front board, pictorial endpapers. 15 colour plates and many small monochrome illustrations by the author. Owner's name to head of title page otherwise a near fine copy. First edition. The first two printings are identical.

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      New York 1913 - Original 3/4 red leather, pebbled leather over boards, lined journal, large octavo, 200 sheets. Fabulous collection of medical autographs as entered in the Rockefeller Institute guest book during the years 1913 to 1920. A virtual who's who among American and international medical pioneers and researches of the early 20th Century. The signatures and comments of visiting doctors occupy the first 35 pages. Included among a vast collection of several hundred signatures, many of which have not been catalogued, include Dr. Sahachiro Hata, the Japanese bacteriologist who developed the Arsphemanine drug in 1909 with Paul Ehrlich, which effectively cured syphilis. Hata also helped found the Kitasato Institute in Japan and became its director; Hideyo Noguchi, an American based Japanese bacteriologist who discovered the agent of syphilis in 1911; Hervey Williams Cushing, M.D., American neurosurgeon and pioneer of brain surgery, widely regarded as the greatest neurosurgeon of the 20th century and often cited as the 'father of modern neurosurgery'; William Williams Keen, the first brain surgeon in the United States, diagnosed Franklin D. Roosevelt's polio and worked closely with six American Presidents; Augustus Desire Waller, inventor of the first practical ECG machine; Sir Rickman John Godlee, English surgeon who in 1884 became of the first to remove a tumor of the brain surgically; Friedrich Wilhelm Ostwald, German chemist who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1909 for his work on catalysis, chemical equilibria and reaction velocities. Ostwald is credited as inventing the 'Ostwald process', used in the manufacture of nitric acid and as one of the three founders of physical chemistry; George Ralph Mines, discoverer of the vulnerable period of the ventricle, unmasking one of the major electrical properties of the heart. His treatment of cardiac arrhythmias as well as in the experimental methods he developed, inspired a new era of quantitative thinking in electrophysiology; Jacques Jacob Bronfenbrenner, member of the Social Revolutionary Party and a follower of Leon Trotsky. In the abortive revolution of 1905, he was among the civilian population who supported the mutiny of the Imperial Black Sea Fleet that was immortalized by Sergei Eisenstein in the film Battleship Potemkin. His mentors at the Institut Pasteur made possible his collaboration with Hideyo Noguchi (1876-1928), a Japanese microbiologist working at the Rockefeller Institute in New York. He investigated techniques for serum diagnosis of infectious diseases; Paul Uhlenhuth, German bacteriologist and hygienist who is known for developing in 1900 a test that could distinguish human blood from animal blood; Hermann Kummell, German surgeon among the first to advocate removal of the appendix in cases of appendicitis; Henri Albert Hartmann, French surgeon, known for 'Hartmann's operation', a two stage colectomy he devised for colon cancer; Dr. William Coley, American bone surgeon and cancer researcher, pioneer of cancer immunotherapy; Giuseppe Bastianelli, an Italian physician and zoologist who worked on malaria; Jean Baptiste Perrin, French physicist and Nobel laureate; Lieutenant-General Sir William Boog Leishman, a Scottish pathologist and British Army medical officer. He was Director-General of Army Medical Services from 1923 to 1926; James Sherren, English doctor; J. Robineau, of whom Robineau Syndrome is named; Fernand Baldensperger; B. Francis McGrath, developed arm to arm blood transfer; Theodore Tuffier; Sir William Arbuthnot Lane, Scottish surgeon of which 'Lane's operation' and 'Lane's syndrome' are named after; Hans Kraske; Dr. F. B. Lund, pioneer in treatment of chronic diseases of the brain; George Tully Vaughan, professor surgery at Georgetown University; Arthur Everett Shipley, English zoologist; Robret Gordon Craig, noted Australian surgeon; Duchesse Theodora Shonts; Mrs. John D. Rockefeller; Mrs. Astor; Warren Harmon Lewis, one of the first to work at the Car [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Scott's Last Expedition. In Two Volumes, Vol. I Being the Journals , Vol. II Being the Reports of the Journeys and the Scientific Work Undertaken by Dr. E. A. Wilson and the Surviving Members of the Expedition Arranged by Leonard Huxley. With a Preface by Sir Clements R. Markham

      London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1913 - 2 volumes, octavo. Original blue combed cloth, title gilt to spines and upper boards, top edge gilt, others uncut. A little rubbed, heads and tails of the spines crumpled with some associated splitting, hinges sound, some light foxing mainly at the fore-edge. With photogravure frontispieces, and 6 of other photogravures from original sketches by Doctor E. A. Wilson, 18 coloured plates, 16 from drawings Wilson, and numerous plates from photographs taken by Herbert G. Ponting and other members of the expedition; 11 folding panoramas, 8 folding maps. First edition, first impression, of "undoubtedly the most widely known of all Antarctic expeditions and publications," illustrated throughout from "the unrivalled photography of Herbert Ponting" (Taurus). This copy inscribed by Scott's widow to the Australian scientist and Antarctic explorer Louis Bernacchi on the front free endpaper of volume I; "L.C. Bernacchi with good wishes from Kathleen Scott, 1913." Accompanying Borchgrevink's Southern Cross expedition of 1898-1900 as physicist and astronomer, Bernacchi became the first Australian to work and winter in the Antarctic, and published his account, To the South Polar Regions, in 1901. When Scott recruited him for the British National Antarctic Expedition (1901-04), Bernacchi was the only crew member who had been to Antarctica previously. "He was regarded as a tireless and energetic observer and a 'cheerful and loyal friend' to all the party. His scientific writings and Scott's published views testify to the value of his work, and he was awarded the Royal Geographical Society and the King's Antarctic medals as well as the French Cross of the Légion d'honneur" (Dictionary of Australian Biography). He succeeded Shackleton as editor of the South Polar Times. When Bernacchi married in 1906 Scott was his best man, and Scott tried to persuade Bernacchi to join his second expedition, but he declined due to family commitments. Bernacchi served in the Royal Navy during the First World War, and was also seconded to the US Navy, being awarded the OBE, military division, and the United States Navy Cross in 1919. "He remained active in scientific organizations such as the Royal Geographical Society, of which he was a council-member in 1928-32, the British Science Guild and the British Association for the Advancement of Science. Plans in 1925 for an expedition of his own to the Antarctic were dropped because of the costs involved. In 1930 he organized the British Polar Exhibition; he published several books on Antarctic matters, including A Very Gallant Gentleman (London, 1933), a biography of Captain L.E.G. Oates; and helped to organize the Second International Polar Year (1931-32)." He died in 1942. A superb association copy. Books on Ice, 6.10; Spence 1056; Taurus 77.

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        Chance. A Tale in Two Parts.

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1913 - Octavo. Original green cloth, titles and decoration to spine gilt. With the front panel from the rare dust jacket loosely inserted. Extremities lightly rubbed, a good, tight copy with bright gilt on spine. Spurious first edition, actually the fourth edition with stub-mounted cancel title page, signed and dated "1913" by the author on the front free endpaper. This book has a highly complicated publishing history due to a strike at the binders which delayed publication from autumn 1913 until spring 1914. The publishers chose to cancel the 1913 title pages with replacements dated 1914. Only a very small number of copies (51 according to Methuen's files) with the earlier title pages survived. The matter would have remained fairly straightforward were it not for Conradians avid for copies dated 1913. To service this demand Methuen recalled the fourth impression and inserted new 1913 title pages into them. Copies of this issue are distinguishable by the cancel titles being stub mounted and by the spacing of the line of type on the title page. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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      London: Methuen and Co 1913 - First edition, first issue. One of only 51 copies. Publisher’s original green cloth with gilt titles to the spine. A good or better copy, the cloth rubbed and frayed to the extremities and with a few light marks. The contents are complete, inner hinges are cracked but holding and there is spotting to the prelims. Pencil name erased from half title. With the integral [not stub mounted] title page, the copyright statement to the reverse reading "first published in 1913", publisher’s adverts dated Autumn 1913 to the rear, and the publisher’s name spelt correctly at the bottom of the spine. Rare. A bibliographically interesting book with many minor differences in binding, adverts and text. However only one point can truly be considered the first edition and that is the presence of the integral title page dated 1913 to the reverse, of which Methuen’s records state there were only 51 copies. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LUCIUS BOOKS (ABA, ILAB, PBFA)]
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        CHANCE. A Tale in two parts.

      Methuen & Co. Ltd. London.,1913 - Spurrious First edition. Actually the fourth impression with a cancel title page, stating " First Published 1913" on verso, on the title page stub. 8vo. (7.8 x 5.4 inches). 8 page publishers advert dated Autumn 1913 at the rear. Light foxing throughout the pages otherwise a very good copy in a contemporary fine leather binding, by Broadbere of Southampton (and with their small binders label on the front pastedown), of full black morocco. Spine with raised bands, each with multiple wavy lines. Compartments double ruled, lettered, and elaborately decorated, all in gilt. Boards with decorative gilt tooled panel within a decorative border, again, all in gilt. Marbled endpapers. Gilt inner dentelles. A beautifully bound copy of this edition, the less common 1913 Cancel title page issue. Copies with the true 1913 integral title are rare, it is thought that only about fifty survived, and most early copies were issued with cancel title pages dated 1914 - when the book was finally published.: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        The Stoker (der heizer)

      Leipzig: Kurt Wolff Verlag 1913 - First Edition, First Printing. A beautiful copy of this scarce edition published 1913. More common editions were published 1917. This edition is unrestored, in the original publisher's cloth, with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a scarce and collectable title. Trades and offers welcomed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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      1913 - [DULAC, Edmund, illustrator]. STAWELL, Mrs. Rudolph [Maud Margaret]. MY DAYS WITH THE FAIRIES. A new and enlarged edition of "Fairies I Have Met." Illustrated in colour by Edmund Dulac. New York, London: Hodder and Stoughton, [n.d., circa 1913]. First edition thus. Eight color plates mounted on tan paper, with descriptive tissue guards. Title-page is printed in green on tan paper, with line illustrations in brown. Octavo. 20 x 15 cm. 169 pp. Publisher's binding of mauve cloth with title and decoration stamped in gilt to upper board and spine. The gilt has dulled and the cloth darkened slightly on spine; otherwise the binding shows only minor shelfwear. Text and illustrations are clean. The publication date above was suggested by the British Library. This copy has a contemporary gift inscription dated 1914. A very good copy of a very scarce title. (Hughey 15d).

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        Papeterie & papetiers de l'ancien temps. Les corporations, les boutiques, les marchandises, notices sur les enveloppes, etc.

      Paris: Georges Putois 1913 - No. 495 of 500 numbered copies. 7 ¾ in. x 11 in., 342 pp. With 160 black-and-white illustrations of various types of paper goods. Marbled paper wrappers with a printed title label mounted on the front cover. The spine shows some wear. Inscribed in French with two non-authorial signatures in 1925, in Paris, and mentioning the Japan Paper Company. Covers, stationery, and various paper products, inks, etc., and the firms that made or sold them. French text. Very good plus copy of a scarce and fragile book. Weighs 4 ¼ lbs. Postage may be extra. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Visages des Contemporains. Portraits dessinés d'après le vif (1908-1913). Préface de Remy de Gourmont.

      Mercure de France,, Paris, 1913 - Paris, Mercure de France, MCMIII (sic) [1913]. 8°. X S., 287 S., XII S. Anz. Mit 136 ganzseitigen Portraits. Pp.-Bd. der Zeit mit 2 Rückenschildern und eingebundenem OBr.-Einband. Numeriertes Exemplar. - Mit einer hs. Postkarte, signiert von Rouveyre, einer Fotografie, einer eingeklebten längeren Widmung und Signatur, darunter eine eigenhändige Zeichung sowie einer zweizeiligen Widmung und Signatur Rouveyres auf dem Vortitelblatt, alle Widmungen an Edouard Champion. - (Rücken gebräunt, mit kleinem Abriss am Kopf und im Gelenk eingerissen). - Innen sauber. Pp.-Bd. der Zeit mit 2 Rückenschildern und eingebundenem OBr.-Einband. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Les Cloches et Quelques Autres Poemes

      L'edition D'art H. Piazza, Paris 1913 - One of 400 copies only on Japan paper, this one has been rebound in full decorated leather by Rene Kieffer. Top edge gilt. Marbled endpapers. 96 pages with 28 specially mounted colour plates by Dulac. Some wear to extremities and the gilt to the spine is somewhat worn. Nevertheless a wonderful bound book. Size: Quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches Anthropologiques dans la Berberie Orientale. Tripolitaine, Tunesie, Algerie.

      A. Rey, Lyon, 1912, 1913. - EA. 2 Bände: Bd. 1 = Anthropometrie, Craniometrie, Ethnographie. Bd.2 = Album de 174 Potraits Ethniques. Bd. 1 mit 385 Abb. im Text (überwiegend Fotografien), einem farbigen Frontispiez, zahlreichen Tabellen sowie 5 mehrfach gefalteten großformatigen Karten. Bd. 2 mit 342 fotogr. Abb. auf Tafeln. Bd.1 HLn.-Band mit aufgezogener OBroschur.Bd. 2 OHLn.-Band mit aufgezogener OBroschur. XIV, 661 S. / 8 S. (Erläuterungen zu den Tafeln) plus Tafelteil. Folio-Format 37x30cm. Bd. 1 teilweise unbeschnitten, daher teils leicht ausgefranst an den Rändern; ansonsten ausgezeichnet, vollständig und sauber. Das seltene, schwergewichtige und großformatige Standardwerk in fast neuwertigem Zustand.

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      - POTTER,BEATRIX. TALE OF PIGLING BLAND. London: Warne 1913 (1913). 12mo, green boards, pictorial paste-on, some light wear to spine ends else near fine. 1st ed., illustrated with color plates by Potter. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        The Tale of Pigling Bland

      Frederick Warne & Co. 1913 - Published by Frederick Warne & Co., London; 1913. This lovely little first edition is in Near Fine condition. With bright clear pages and illustrations and housed in it's original boards, this copy is a must for any Beatrix Potter collection. The only flaws to speak of are some slight bumping to the corners and spine ends, some small marks and minor creasing to the rear board. There is no dustjacket. In all this is a great little book! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Men of Mark.

      London & New York: Duckworth & Co. & Mitchell Kennerley, 1913 - Quarto. Original linen-backed grey cloth, titles to front cover gilt. Front cover lightly stained and marked, minor foxing to fore edge and preliminaries, otherwise internally clean and bright. 33 tipped-in monochrome photogravure plates produced under the personal supervision of Coburn. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the artist "To Hugh from Alvin, In grateful remembrance of January 14th - 24th 1935." Coburn's first book of portraits of the great and the good (it was followed some years later by More Men of Mark) features 33 portraits of artists, thinkers and writers such as George Bernard Shaw, H. G. Wells, Henry James, Auguste Rodin, Henri Matisse, Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, Frank Brangwyn, William Butler Yeats, Robert Bridges etc. Coburn's introductory text provides a running commentary on his pursuit of his subjects and their eventual capture on film. 'To make satisfactory photographs of persons it is necessary for me to like them, to admire them, or at least to be interested in them. It is rather curious and difficult to exactly explain, but if I dislike my subject it is sure to come out in the resulting portrait. I had thought of using 'Men of Genius' as the title for this book, but Arnold Bennett objected seriously, saying, very modestly, that he did not consider himself a man of genius, but merely a working author, and absolutely refusing to join the throng unless I changed it, so I told him that if he would give me a better one I would use it. 'Men of Mark' is his alternative. '

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Works of Rudyard Kipling. The Bombay Edition in 25 volumes. Signed. Finely Bound.

      London: Macmillan 1913 - Limited edition of 1050 sets. Published 1913 - 1919. Volume 1 signed by the author on half-title. 25 volumes large 8vo (9 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches). Contemporary three-quarter crushed green morocco, spines with 5 raised bands, lettered direct in gilt to two compartments, ornamentally blocked in gilt to 4 compartments, green cloth sides,top edges gilt others uncut. The bindings by Dulau & Co. Spines uniformly, and most attractively, sunned to olive. Narrow paint (?) mark to lower cover of 2 volumes. A beautiful set finely and strongly bound and very clean internally. This set was complete when issued, however as Kiping continued to write, a further 6 volumes were issued over the following 19 years. Volumes 1-6 shown; all the volumes are in the same condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Bombay Edition of the Works of Rudyard Kipling: Vol 1-20

      London: Macmillan & Co Ltd -14 1913 - 20 matching hb volumes ** Vol. 1 signed by Kipling** in original publisher cream cloth & blue paper sides with paper titles to spines, top edge gilt, other 2 edges untrimmed & no other inscriptions. The Bombay edition consists of 1050 copies printed by R & R Clark from the Florence Press Type on hand-made paper. Each copy has spare paper title laid in to rear. Just minor usage - otherwise all inside pages clean & tight. **Heavy set - please contact bookseller for P&P costs**

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        DIBUJO ORIGINAL. Ilustración inédita para HEIDI, edición de Blackie & Son Limited, ilustrada por Raymond Sheppard, firmada por el autor y con indicación a lápiz del tamaño final y número de página. Junto con SPYRI, Johanna: HEIDI. 36x28, dib. b/n = 1 vol. 19'4x12'8, Vp (inc. frontis color y port.), 357p (puntos de óx. en corte lateral), 3 ils. b/n. Tela edit. con sobrecub. ils. color, corte superior pintado.

      - .- - c1950. Raymond Sheppard (1913-1958) fue un dibujante y pintor inglés que destacó por sus paisajes y sus estudios de animales hechos del natural. Fue asimismo ilustrador de revistas y libros infantiles; entre otros, de Enid Blyton.

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      Lib. des lettres 1913 - - Lib. des lettres , Paris 1913, 16,5x25,5cm, relié. - Edition originale, un des 20 exemplaires numérotés sur Arches réservés à la société des bibliophiles des "XX", tirage de tête avec 10 exemplaires sur Van Gelder réimposés. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge, dos à cinq nerfs comportant en son milieu un infime accroc sans gravité, date en queue, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, doubles filets dorés sur les coupes, encadrement d'un filet doré sur les gardes de maroquin kaki, contreplats de soie rouge, doubles couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée sur tranches, étui bordé de maroquin rouge à intérieur de feutrine beige, très élégante reliure signée de Canape. Signature autographe de l'auteur à la justification du tirage. Ex-libris encollé au verso de la première garde de soie. Très bel exemplaire superbement établi dans une reliure doublée signée de Canape. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        La Divine comtesse. Etude d'après Madame de Castiglione

      Goupil & Cie 1913 - Préface par Gabriele d'Annunzio. Tirage limité à 200 exemplaires sur papier de Hollande à la forme. 4 planches couleurs imprimées en camaïeu, 23 illustrations et reproductions diverses. In-4 de 247 p. Magnifique reliure signée J.P. Miguet en plein maroquin gris anthracite richement orné, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées. Reliure sous étui (dos de l'étui passé) et emboîtage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Ashendene Press, Chelsea 1913 - folio. full brown leather, five raised bands, titling in gilt, cloth clamshell box with leather spine label. xxii, (ii), 300, (2) pages. Limited to 145 copies printed on hand-made paper and 8 on vellum; this is one of the paper copies (Descriptive Bibliography, no.XXVI; Franklin 102). Printed by hand by St. John Hornby. All but three of the illustrations were drawn by Charles M. Gere; the other three were drawn by Margaret Gere. Cut on wood by W.H. Hooper and J.B. Swain. The text was taken from Southey's reprint of 1817 of Caxton's edition. Reprints Caxton's foreword. "In this, for the first time, blue was used alternately with red for the large initials. The chapter-headings are all printed in red. For this book Graily Hewitt designed two or three alphabets of fine initials." Colin Franklin calls this "a marvellous achievement, a glorious book." Faintly written in the back is the name Leonard Baskin. As typical with this book, the original Brown cowhide binding has been recreated by a later binder (WB) with part of the original spine (lettering) inlaid on spine. Some rubbing along edges; minor fading of covers. Foxing along edges of free endpapers from turn-ins.The later clamshell box is faded. full brown leather, five raised bands, titling in gilt, cloth clamshell box with leather spine label [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom. By the Author of Roderick Random

      Printed for W. Johnston. First edition.. Very nice copy.. Rothschild 1913; NCBEL II, 963. 2 vols, 12mo, modern calf nicely done period style with blind panels on the covers, red and green leather labels, gilt decorated and lettered spines.

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      - Paris, Librairie Garnier Frères, 1913, 26x33. Reliure en demi chagrin rouge. Dos lisse, richement illustré d'animaux, avec titre et auteur en lettres dorées. Richement illustré de dessins bichrome ainsi que de 33 planches en couleurs hors texte. Manque le premier plat polychrome et la page 200 porte une déchirure de 4-5 cm. Sinon ouvrage très bon, pas de rousseurs. Trace d'usage sur le dos (envoi de photos sur demande). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE PASSIONATE FRIENDS: A NOVEL Presentation to G. B. Shaw

      MacMillan, London 1913 - The [GB] Shaw Copy. First edition, first issue with all the correct points. A fine copy in the publisher's patterned sage green cloth, stamped in gilt and blind. [very minor offsetting to the endpapers & a small stain at the outside bottom of the front pastedown - still a remarkable fresh copy & an extraordinary example, Inscribed by Wells with a flourish for Charlotte Shaw & George Bernard Shaw through her with good humored advice as follows: "Mrs. Shaw / with warm regards / HGW / and do make GBS try a novel" - The inscription in rebuttal to Shaw having earlier admonished Wells to try writing a play. Green calf clamshell protective presentation case, gilt decorated & lettered at the spine. THE PASSIONATE FRIENDS was produced as a movie by Stoll in 1923, again by David Lean in 1948 (script by Eric Ambler), & again by Paramount in 1952. Wells Soc. 51; Hammond A9. "Bernard Shaw and H. G. Wells were both dedicated to reshaping the world: as Shaw commented in one letter to Wells, " The first volume of [Karl Marx's] Capital (all I ever read of it) changed the mind of Europe; a thing we two have been trying to do all our lives." 1 Although (apart from some satiric fantasies) Back to Methuselah is Shaw's only direct attempt to picture what this change might mean, H. G. Wells was very much in the futures business with almost a third of his voluminous writings being explorations from the present into visionary alternatives. Titles like The World Set Free or Men Like Gods offer much the same ecstatic hope for change as Shaw's "metabiological Pentateuch"; and a comparison between the ways in which each envisaged the future is illuminating. It encapsulates the extremes of the turn-of-the century revolutionary movement in which they were both involved, as well as throwing the nature of Shaw's beliefs into high relief by the contrast. The links between the two writers, both of whom aspired to be the intellectual leader of the new century, are well known: their common membership in the Fabian Society, and the Wells forced resignation after publicizing the scandal of his affair with Amber Reeves (at that time the secretary of the Society) in his novel Ann Veronica, their extensive correspondence from at least 1901 right up to just three days before Wells' death in 1946, which shows that each read the other's work, even sending drafts of some pieces to one another. What has not been as fully realized is the degree to which both Wells' novels and Shaw's plays were written as direct responses to each other's work. There are enough overlaps or cross-references to qualify several of their works as a serious literary conversation, and significantly, the subject of their artistic argument was specifically their idea of the perfect society, and the means through which it might be." - Innes, C. D. "Utopian Apocalypses: Shaw, War, and H. G. Wells" SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies - Volume 23, 2003, pp. 37-46, Penn State University Press [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The South Pole. An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the "Fram", 1910-1912.

      Lee Keedick, New York - 1913, 1st American. () Near fine. xxxv,392;x,449pp. Two volumes Octavo in original gilt lettered blue cloth, gilt top edge, others uncut with numerous plates (including scarce Fram plate which is often missing) from photos, illustrations, and 5 maps (including three folding and 2 colour. Rosove 9.B.2; Spence 18. The English Translation of 'Sydpolen'. The expedition was originally planned to repeat Nansen's drift with the Fram, through the Arctic Ocean, but on hearing the announcement of Cook's and Peary's claims of reaching the North Pole Amundsen turned towards the South. Scott's plans to attempt the South Pole were well known, and Amundsen was severely criticized for competing with Scott. The two polar journeys were in made in marked contrast, and form part of one of the greatest dramas of exploration - Amundsen made the trip with dogs and skis, reaching the pole a month before Scott's party with little difficulty; Scott and four others reached the pole, but died on the return just short of safety, after an heroic but ill-planned trip, dragging their own sleds. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Postkarte mit kolorierter Federzeichnung und U. ("HLöns").

      "Hannover, letzter Mai 1913". - 2 SS. (Qu.-)8vo. Mit eh. Adresse. An Joachim Gustav Ernst Lembke, von 1911 bis 1934 Pfarrer in Gröben (Ludwigsfelde) und Vorsitzender der Altherrenschaft der Cimbria/Greifswald, mit dem Löns als Mitglied der Studentenverbindung Turnerschaft Cimbria seit seinem kurzen Medizinstudium in Greifswald 1887/88 bekannt war: "Lieber Lembke, herzlich schönen Dank für Band und Mütze [.]". - Löns' Federzeichnung zweigt zwei einander gegenüberstehende,kampfbereite Vögel. - Etwas gebräunt und fleckig; am unteren Rand gelocht (geringf. Buchstabenberührung in der Adresse); sehr selten.

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        THE SOUTH POLE in 2 Volumes

      Lee Keedick 1913 - Blue cloth covers with gold titles to spine and front cover;in mylar protective covers,all in un rubbed condition.VG++.Blocks sound,library stamps onfront and rear paste downs,small stamp on title page vol.2.,gold numbers to spine,pocket pulled off rear prelim.All internal hinges cracked,holding well with cloth hinge.Pages untrimmed,numerous illustrations and folding maps and frontis all present.Clean and tidy copies,nice copies. ONE OF THE SCARCEST AND MOST IMPORTANT POLAR TITLES, ESPECIALLY THE FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Norwegian captain Roald Amundsen had initially intended make an expedition to the Arctic, but changed his plans at the last moment and announced he would try for the South Pole instead. His explanation to the public was that if he could beat the English and Japanese expeditions to the Pole then he could secure success and funds for his extensive Arctic expedition, and also snatch the prize for his own country. So , unbeknownst to Scott, Amundsen sailed southward in the Fram to the Bay of Whales that would afford his expedition both the shortest route to the Pole and a route that would not overlap with either the Japanese or the English expeditions. From start to finish, Amundsens expedition ran like clockwork. He carefully planned every moment of the trip, using his experience in the Arctic and his extensive knowledge of dog-teams to help him through. His team was entirely Norwegian, accustomed to a harsh and cold climate, and were excellent ski-runners. In addition, Amundsen traveled light; he brought five men and fifty dogs on his expedition so that the latter could eventually serve as food for the former. Part of what doomed Scotts party was the fact that he favored men and ponies over dogs, bringing twelve men, eight ponies, and only twenty-six dogs. Amundsens party remained in excellent health and always had enough to eat from their plentiful provisions at their well-stocked supply depots. They also supplemented their food stores with a great seal hunt just before the winter, after which 120,000 lb. of fresh seal meat were added to their stores, which helped protect them against scurvy. Unlike Scotts party, Amundsens party were also fortunate enough to have favorable weather conditions on their side, so that they were able to reach the Pole using their supply depots and dog sleds in just 99 days, a distance of 1860 miles, covering an astonishing average of 19 miles a day over frozen and difficult ground. Their journey was truly an extraordinary accomplishment, and Amundsens account of it is no less riveting. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Fleurs du Mal

      (Imprimé par G.W. van der Wiel et Cie, à Arnhem, pour De Zilverdistel, à la Haye 1913). . Limited edition, no. 188 of 310 copies, square 8vo, 301, (1) pp, cleanly printed in black with red sidelines, uncut in the original wrappers, paper labels, spine a little browned, a couple of minor chips else a very good copy.

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      F. Warne & Co 1913 - First edition. 12mo. Green paper covered boards with lettering in red. Rectangular colour onlay to upper cover showing a dapper Pigling Bland. A sparkling fine copy in its original printed glassine dustwrapper. The wrapper is printed on the rear panel and both flaps. It is clean and attractive, with approx. 1 cm loss to lower spine and triangular chip to lower edge. Apart from the lower half of the price all the text is present and as always makes very interesting reading with press comments and reviews of Miss Potter's other books. Pictorial endpapers. Fifteen colour illustrations and lots of line drawings in the text Published in October 1913 Pigling Bland was the last book to be published before the marriage of Beatrix Potter to William Heelis. Beatrix used her knowledge of farming in the telling and drawing of this tale. Pig-wig is based on a black Berkshire piglet which Potter had kept as a pet, sleeping in a basket beside her own bed and being fed from a bottle. When sending a copy of this book to a friend Potter wrote, "I am taking the opportunity of posting off some copies of my new book which has just come out. I hope you will like it. The portrait of two pigs arm in arm - looking at the sunrise - is not a portrait of me and Mr. Heelis, though it is a view of where we used to walk on Sunday afternoons!" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London: Eveleigh Nash,. 1913. Octavo, pp. [i-iv] v-vii [viii-x] 11-287 [288: ad] + 16-page publisher's catalogue inserted at rear,. original red cloth, front panel stamped in gold and blind, spine panel stamped in gold, rear panel stamped in blind.. Neat previous owner's signature on upper front free endpaper. Some. mild foxing to text block, cloth a bit faded on spine panel, some. mild soiling, a near fine copy. A very attractive, above average. copy. (#126288). First edition. Six stories featuring Carnacki, an occult detective. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-89. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 819. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 114. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature I, pp. 193-96. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 204. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-104. Bleiler (1978), p. 101. Reginald 07278. Queen's Quorum 53. Hubin (1994), p. 407.

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        The Custom of the Country

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1913. First. First edition. Early owner's name on the front fly, else fine in a fair only example of the rare dustwrapper with considerable chipping, and a horizontal strip of paper removed from the spine (eliminating no spine text from the original). Housed in a custom cloth clamshell case with leather spine label. A very uncommon jacketed copy of a major novel. Garrison A21.1.a. .

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        The Venturesome Voyages of Captain Voss

      Japan Herald Press, Yokohama - 1913, 1st edition. (Hardcover) Very good. xiv, [1],394,[1]. Octavo. Illustrated with plates from paintings (including frontispiece and folding coloured tract chart at rear). Original red cloth with gilt lettering and decoration on front cover and gilt lettering on spine in mylar protector. A contemporary hand written list, with page numbers, entitled "Items I noted in Venturesome Voyages" tipped in on front free endpaper. News clippings describing the "Trevessa" shipwreck tipped in on back endpapers. Covers slightly rubbed. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper. A bright, tight and clean copy. A narrative of Capt. Voss's sea voyages aboard the "Xora", "Tilikum" and the "Sea Queen" describing his trip from Victoria B.C. To the Cocos Island in search of treasure, culminating in a forty thousand mile journey to Australia, New Zealand, New Hebrides and Japan. Due to an earthquake in Yokohama around the date this book was published there are probably very few copies remaining. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Scott's Last Expedition. 2 vols.

      McClelland, Goodchild and Stewart, Toronto, 1913, - SCOTT, Robert F., Captain. Scott's Last Expedition . In Two Volumes, volume 1 being the Journals of Captain R. F. Scott, R.N., C.V.O., volume 2 being the reports of the Journeys and the Scientific Work undertaken by Dr. E. A. Wilson and the surviving members of the Expedition. Arranged by Leonard Huxley, with a preface by Sir Clements R. Markham. With photogravure frontispieces, 6 original sketches in photogravure by Dr. E. A Wilson, 18 coloured plates (16 from drawings by Dr. Wilson), 260 full page and smaller illustrations from photographs taken by Herbert G. Ponting and other members of the expedition, panoramas and maps. Toronto: McClelland, Goodchild and Stewart, Limited, (1913). Vol 1: Pp. (i)-xxiv,(1)-446,[2],frontis. of Scott, + 116 p. of plates (some in colour) and 4 folding maps and panoramas ; Vol 2: Pp. [2],(i)-xvi,[2],(1)-376,[4],frontis. of Wilson, + 87 p. of plates (some in colour) and 6 p. of folding maps and charts. Large 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spines, t.e.g. in both volumes. Spence 1060. The journals and photography of the ill-fated Scott Antarctic expedition are featured in this two volume set, with Scott's journals providing the majority of the focus. Other crew members feature in this volume include Dr. Edward A. Wilson, Lieut. H. R. Bowers, Apsley Cherry-Garrard, Commander Victor L. A. Campbell, Griffith Taylor, Commander Edward R. G. R. Evans, Surgeon E. L. Atkinson, Raymond Priestley, H. L. L. Pennell, F. Debenham, Charles S. Wright, G. C. Simpson, D. G. Little, and E. W. Nelson. Spines faded, some edgewear, minor scratching to boards and spines, else vg. For the set. 700.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Novy Pekelny Zaltar, aneb Diwowe D'abelstvi, to jest obsirne vypraveni o planetnich, zemskych jakoz i pekla obyvatelich, tolikez pekelna snemovani,.

      Prague: Politika 1913 - Quarto, original wrappers in a tooled leather cover, 68pp.; edition of 100. Cotaining 20 original woodcuts, 14 initials, 12 tailpieces and one vignette; set in Fraktur-type designed by Vachal. "The New Psaltery of Hell" is a collection of wide-ranging observations by Vachal on various subjects that were considered taboo: astrology, spiritualism, devil-worship, discarded paths of spirituality and a cold look at the order of the day. Vachal's images are startling, expressionist symbolism. This copy has been bound in trimmed and bound in leather. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Northanger Abbey and Persuasion FINEST CONDITION LEATHER, 1913

      MACMILLAN, LONDON 1913 - Leather ( AS SOFT TO THE TOUCH AS THE SKIN OF MY 5 MONTH OLD GRANDSON ) bound, BRIGHT gilt lettering on spine, gilt fore edges are so bright they CAN BE USED AS MIRRORS. brown ribbon markers, raised ribbed spines, tight binding, clean bodies and unmarked texts. half and full page illustrations throughout book DATE PUBLISHED: 1913 EDITION: 443 FINEST CONDITION LEATHER WE HAVE HAD GIFT QUALITY [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A History of British Columbia. Part One: Being 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: Being a History, Mainly Political and Economic, of the Province Since Confederation Up to the Present Time + Sixty Years of Progress. British Columbia. Portraits of Some of the Men Conspicuous As Present Day Factors in Development

      British Columbia Historical Association, Vancouver and Victoria, B.C. - 1913, 1st Edition limited to 350 copies. (Hardcover) Fine, no dust jacket. 5p.l.,226,pp. + vipp. (Addenda). Thick Folio in original suede covers with marbled endpapers and gilt top edge, others uncut with plates (portraits complete with titled tissue guards. Edwards & Lort 3177. Includes contributions by M. S. Wade "The History of Kamloops" and on the "Development of the Okanagan" by J. A. MacKelvie. Copy # 227 / 350 Signed by R. E. Gosnell [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

      Hodder and Stoughton, London 1913 - Unpaginated. Full vellum, gilt title to spine, elaborate gilt and blue design to upper cover. Covers very slightly soiled, with some minor black marking to foot of lower cover, hint of foxing to spine, lacks ties. Fore-edge foxed, spilling over on to the margins of most text pages, though the plate pages are generally clean, and the actual images are all clean and bright, half-title foxed. Complete with ten tipped-in plates by Bull. Limited edition of 250 copies, this being number 2, signed by Bull to the limitation leaf. Now housed in a cloth, velvet-lined, drop back box, title in gilt to spine. Potter 99 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Kuzmin and Dolinsky., Moscow. 1913 - A single lithograph from the album 'Hermits' text by Kruchenykh, plates by Goncharova. The edition was 480. The lithograph is on a cheap paper and yellowed, the corners have been rounded, and there is manuscript text in ink in Russian on the reverse. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE SYMBOLISM OF THE TAROT, Philosophy of Occultism in Pictures and Numbers

      Privately Printed in St. Petersburg Russia 1913 - First edition. Original printed wrappers. A very good copy with some soiling to the wrappers and two ink signatures (one on the top of the title page). Contents are entirely complete with no loose or torn pages and no stamps. Pages are tanned but not brittle. A scarce title especially in acceptable original condition. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Essai de reconstitution topographique de la ville d’Al- Foustât ou Misr. 3 volumes In-Folio.

      Le Caire, Imprimerie Français d’Archéologie Oriental, 1913- 1916- 1919. - 3 volumes In-Folio. [Coll. Mémoires publiées par les membres de l’Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale du Caire sous la direction de M.E. Chassinat, Tome. XXXV]. Tome Premier : Premier Fascicule (1913), avec 32 fig. In-folio de 110 pp. broch. (Pages non coupés). Tome premier- Deuxième fascicule (1916), 61 fig. In-Folio de 231 pp. Reliure cartonnée de l’éditeur. (pages non coupés). Tome premier-Troisième fascicule (1919). 3 planches, 1 carte en couleur dépliante du plan général d’Al-foustât. In folio de XLIII & 234 à 340 pp. Reliure cartonnée de l’éditeur (pages non coupés). Ouvrages en parfait état, comme neufs. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Imprint Volume One January-June MCMXIII.

      London The Imprint Publishing Company, Limited. The Westminster Press (Gerrards Ltd.). 1913 - Size of the bound volume: 8 1/2 inches x 11 1/8 in. x 2 in. (thick) design title-page for Volume One; index; design page with Ruskin quote; editors & contents pages. Order of pages in this copy: xv, viii, pp. 1-5; viii, pp. 81-208; i-ii, pp. [1]-4, iii-iv, pp. 233-358; iv, pp. 381-430; ii, pp. 1-44; ii, pp. 49-130; pp. [1]-88 (Dibdin, Printer's Devices article, which is incomplete); covers not bound in. Illustrators include: William Blake ("Glad Dawn"), Frank Brangwyn, Joseph Pennell, Randolph Caldecott ("Jackanapes", "Three Jovial Huntsmen"), Walter Crane ("From The Baby's Opera"), Kate Greenaway ("From Mother Goose"), Birket Foster, Rachel Marshall ("The Vulgar Little Lady"), Lucien Pissarro (Wood-Engravings), and some ads printed in color by The Curwen Press. The Van Dyck "Portrait of the Artist" plate shows a split through the entire lower margin. Some illustrations are in color. The Dibdin Printer's Devices article is incomplete. Brown cloth, with a black leather title label with gilt titling, mounted on the spine, tan endpapers. The covers show light wear, dusting, repair to inner hinges with cloth tape, some pages show dusting. This copy belonged to Cleveland, Ohio based book collector and design instructor, Otto Ege (1888-1951). Articles include: Decoration & its uses, by Edward Johnston; The Coming Illustration: Joseph Pennell; Notes on my own books for children: Walter Crane; Illustration of children's books: Alice Meynell; Drawings of Birket Foster for his children: William Foster; Arts and Crafts Exhibition: H. Newdigate, Notes on some wood-engravings of Lucien Pissarro: J. B. Manson; Post-Impressionism with some personal recollections of Vincent Van Gogh & Paul Gauguin: A. S. Hartwick; Pioneers of Photogravure: Donald Cameron-Swan; Art & Printing in Russia: Alex. Bakshy; Some notes on liturgical books: Stanley Morison. Some of these articles ran over several issues, and not all may be complete. Weight: 5 lbs. Postage may be extra on this item. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Trans-Himalaya. Discoveries and adventures in Tibet by Sven Hedin. With 388 illustrations from photographs, watercoloursketches, and drawings by the author and 10 maps. In two volumes [t. III en 1913].

      Macmillan and Co., Limited St. Martin’s Street, London, 1909- 1913 - 3 forts vol. in-8° ; XXIII-436 pp./XVII-441 pp./XV-426 pp., pleine toile rouge brique, dos lisse imprimé or, fer or imprimé sur le plat sup. (Sven Hedin en habit tibetain), tête or, rel. uniforme de l’éditeur, boîtes modernes, bel exemplaire. Wilford, The Mapmakers, pp. 338-339. Yakushi, Catalogue of the Himalayan Literature, H 177c. Édition originale rare. “ No person who feels the fascination of strange countries and unexplored places can read this book without delight. ” (Daily News, 1913). FIRST EDITION. VERY SCARCE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Fleurs du Mal.

      Imprimé par G.W. van der Wiel et Cie à Arnhem pour De Zilverdistel à la Haye 1913 - Limited edition, no. 188 of 310 copies, square 8vo, 301, (1) pp, cleanly printed in black with red sidelines, uncut in the original wrappers, paper labels, spine a little browned, a couple of minor chips else a very good copy.

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