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        A BOY'S WILL

      London: David Nutt, 1913. First Edition. Hardcover. A spectacular copy with an exceptional association. Original bronzed brown pebbled cloth, gilt-lettered on the front cover. Crane A2: First Issue, Binding A of Frost's first book. Less than 350 copies of the first issue in the first binding were issued, from a total edition of 1,000. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper: "To William Stockhausen/this a first of my first/Robert Frost/and pleased to meet it/again so fresh after all/these years/Dec 26 1960." In addition on the front endpaper is the pencil ownership signature of Henry James, Jr. with a 55 East 65th St. address. According to the SOTHEBY PARKE BERNET catalog of THE WILLIAM E. STOCKHAUSEN COLLECTION, 1974, "this copy is most certainly from the library of Henry James the novelist. The owner name is in the hand of his nephew Henry James but appears to be an identification of source. The nephew inherited a large part of the novelist's library on the author's death in 1916. He never used either Jr. or Henry James II but his uncle did use the latter. Since this is evidently not his own ownership inscription it appears to be more than likely that he wrote it to identify those books which had come from his uncle's library." A copy of NORTH OF BOSTON also inscribed to Stockhausen had a similar ownership signature. This copy of A BOY'S WILL was last on the market in 1977, and a letter from the well-known bookseller to the buyer is laid in. Housed in a cloth chemise and handsome brown morocco-backed cloth slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Scott's Last Expedition (2 Volumes). Vol. I: Being the Journals of Captain R.F. Scott. 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

      New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1913. First U.S. Edition. Published November 1913. NEAR FINE 2-Volume set. Books are clean, totally unmarked and complete with all plates (18 in color), photos and foldouts. Both volumes firmly bound. Top page edges gilt. Pages, plates and foldouts are fine - small edge creases and tiny tears to the inside edge of the fold-out maps tipped in at the end of each volume; area of light toning on title page of Vol. 1. Bindings secure and straight; hinges intact, no cracks or splits. Covers, of dark gray/black cloth with gilt titled spines, are clean with light shelf rub, gilt a bit dulled. Volume 1 contains 7 tissue protected photogravure plates (including frontis of Captain Scott), 10 color plates (9 by Edward Wilson), 2 facsimiles of Scott's final journal entries, 2 foldouts each with 2 panoramas, the foldout map at rear, plus dozens of photographic plates. Volume 2 contains photogravure frontis portrait of Edward A. Wilson, 8 color plates (7 by Wilson), 3 double-page plates which include 2 more panoramas, 7 maps of which 5 are foldouts (including large foldout at rear) plus dozens of photographic plates. An eloquent memorial of this tragically doomed venture. 6-1/4 x 9-1/2". Vol. 1 = xxiv + 443 pp. Vol. 2 = xv + 376 pp (including index). First American Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Illus. by Wilson, Edward A.. Thick 8vos.

      [Bookseller: Knickerbocker Books]
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        The Pavilion on the Links

      London: Chatto & Windus. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1913. First Edition. Hardcover. This book has been used as a Robert Louis Stevenson "scrapbook" by New Zealand librarian and bibliographer W. H. Trimble (1860-1927). Newspaper clippings, reviews, and clippings from bookseller's catalogues relating to Robert Louis Stevenson have been pasted to blank areas throughout the book, particularly to the endpaperse. A handwritten index to the names referred to in the clippings by Trimble is pasted to the front endpaper. Of particular interest in this copy is a clipping of Stevenson's signature pasted to the title page, "R. L. Stevenson", with the comment in Trimble's handwriting: "The autograph at the top corner of this page is a genuine Stevenson signature cut out of a volume from Stevenson's library at Vailima." After Trimble, this book comes from the collection of New Zealand journalist, author and book collector Pat Lawlor. Pencil note by Lawlor on front endpaper: "Note: The fact that W. H. Trimble has certified to the authenticity of Stevenson's signature on the title page is significant guarantee of its genuineness / Pat Lawlor". Lawlor also wrote an interesting desciption of the clipped signature found in this book in "Books and Bookmen" (Wellington: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1954, page 33): "There is a sinister unsigned inscription in my copy of The Pavilion on the Links which I bought at a Wellington book auction: 'The autograph at the top corner of this page is a genuine Stevenson signature cut out of a volume from Stevenson's library at Vailima.' True enough there is the neat R.L.S. autograph pasted on the title page, making me think of a grave snatcher who has cut the hand from a corpse so that he might have the ring on the finger." viii, 96 pages + colour frontispiece + b&w plates. Illustrated cloth boards. Page dimensions: 206 x 136mm. Illustrated by Gordon Browne. ; 8vo; Signed by Author .

      [Bookseller: Renaissance Books]
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      Steichen, Edward. Hand-pulled photogravure on tissue, 6 5/8 X 6 3/8 inches, archivally matted. Fine. The image is a fine richly-toned photogravure from CAMERA WORK 42/43, 1913.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd]
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        The symbolism of the Tarot [Philosophy of occultism in pictures and number. Pen-pictures of the twenty two tarot cards by-

      St. Petersburg (Russia), The Trood Printing and Publishing Co., 1913.. 1913. 65 (1) pp. Later full cloth, spine gilt. Original front-wrapper pasted on frontside, original back-wrapper bnd in. One text-illustration. A few pencil annotations in the text, name cut out from title-page, the mounted front slightly foxed. Esoteric ExL. on pastedown of A. H(?)eimans. * VERY RARE. The last time sold at auction: January 1969 at Swann Galeries New York.

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      London: MacMillan, 1913. First Edition. Hardcover. Very mild rubbing to extremities; foxing to endpapers though the inscription by Wells is largely unaffected. Much later unknown name on rear endpaper. Near Fine. Olive green cloth, stamped in gilt and blind. INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the front free endpaper by the author: "H.G. Wells/to/His Paston." "His Paston" was author Emily Morse Symonds (1860-1936), who used the pseudonym George Paston on her many novels, plays, and biographies. Her recurring theme was women's struggle to achieve independence of mind and action despite contemporary legal and social constraints. In his own work, Wells repeatedly expressed feminist sympathies. THE PASSIONATE FRIENDS is an example; here Wells laments the fine qualities in women that are "entangled and stifled and unable to free themselves from the ancient limiting jealousies which law and custom embody." Vladimir Nabokov considered this novel one of the most undervalued of the century. Bookplate on front pastedown of Henry Symonds, father of Miss Symonds. A fine association recording one of the relationships in the London circle of writing feminists, suffragists, socialists, and birth-control advocates.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Memoranda Concerning Some Branches Of The Hawkins Family And Connections

      [Indianapolis] 1913 - Illustrated. Original cloth, binding a little shaken, overall still Very Good, early ownership inscription on fly leaf. Howes H320 ; Includes account of General Hawkins Army experiences in Minnesota and Nebraska, with much on General Canby and the Modoc War [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why - ABAA/ILAB]
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      New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1913. First Edition. cloth. Uncommonly nice copy in the scarce dustwrapper. Author's first book, an especially fine, largely unopened copy in a lightly soiled dustwrapper with front flap partly split along joint, chips at the head of the spine, and a small fingernail-sized piece lacking from the middle of spine.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        ANATOLE FRANCE, 1913

      Steichen, Edward. Hand-pulled photogravure on tissue, 8 X 6 1/4 inches, archivally matted. Fine. The image is a fine richly-toned photogravure from CAMERA WORK 42/43, 1913.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd]
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        Das Begreifen der Welt

      Berlin: Verlag Hans Joseph GmbH., Berlin, Bülowstrasse, 1913 - , 491pp., good white woven cloth but with private library call number in white ink at bottom of spine with area blacked out, some heavy foxing around page edges, front hinge starting, two very tiny ancient wormholes at top corner of last few pages, Hebrew library stamp on copyright page with ink number notation, INSCRIBED on title page and SIGNED: Emanuel : "Meinem spät gefundenen, um so herzlicher geliebten Felicitas / 25.III.'27 / Emanuel. Ink notation in old German hand on blank page across from title page reads: "Spende von Fr. Felicia Isaac an die Staatsbibliothek in Tel Aviv. Originalwidmung des Verfassers.". . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Steven Wolfe Books]
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        Mother Goose. The Old Nursery Rhymes

      London: William Heinemann,, [1913]. Quarto. Original white cloth, titles and pictorial decoration to spine and upper board gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Tipped-in colour frontispiece and 12 plates, illustrations throughout. Spine tanned, lower corner bumped, hinges cracked, a little spotting to endpapers. A very good copy. Signed limited edition, one of 1130 numbered copies signed by Rackham on the limitation leaf.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      913. PORTER, Eleanor H. POLLYANNA. Illustrated by Stockton Mulford. London: Pitman & Sons, 1913. First British edition; first printing from American sheets. We are calling this a later issue as the publisher's 20pp. catalogue (Pitman Catalogue O.) is likely from 1915. Blue cloth-covered boards, with gilt lettering and an oval portrait lable of the heroine on the front board. Pollyanna was a best-selling novel in 1913 that went into over twenty printings the first year alone. It is now considered a classic of children's literature with the title character entering the American lexicon. Overall an attractive copy with many handsome illustrations. See Peter Parley to Penrod. p. 131. for the American edition. Quite scarce

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        Grand Canyon of Arizona - From Hermit Rim Road

      New York: Printed by American Lithographic Co. and Published by Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway System, 1913. Colour-printed lithograph. 27 x 35 inches. This majestic print is the largest and most dramatic of Thomas Moran's printed works. It was published by the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad in 1912, after the original oil commissioned for (and still owned by) the line. It shows a tremendous sweep of the scenery of the Grand Canyon from the Hermit Rim, with the bright colors of the Canyon shown dramatically against the turbulent sky. Thomas Moran, famous for his superb landscapes of the West, first painted the Grand Canyon in 1873 when he painted his "Chasm of the Colorado," which he sold to Congress the following year. In 1892 he visited the Canyon as a guest of the Santa Fe Railroad, whose line now brought tourists within easy reach, and painted a large canvas for the line in return for a free trip. The SFRR completed a spur line to the rim in 1901, and consistently sponsored "artist's excursions" there from 1901 to 1912, as well as purchasing paintings for promotional efforts. In 1912 the railroad capped twenty years of association with Moran by commissioning this picture and producing this large chromolithograph. Almost all copies of this Moran print were soon trimmed and framed, and distributed by the SFRR as promotional gifts. Few of these have survived, generally being badly framed, usually without glass, and displayed in poor conditions. A small number remained in the archives of the railroad, and so have retained their untrimmed and pristine state. The present copy is in this uncirculated condition. A fine copy of Moran's most striking printed image. Nancy K. Anderson, ed., Thomas Moran, pp.301,320 (detail)

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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      913. PORTER, Eleanor H. POLLYANNA. Illustrated by Stockton Mulford. London: Pitman & Sons, 1913. First British edition; first printing from American sheets. We are calling this a later issue as the publisher's 20pp. catalogue (Pitman Catalogue O.) is likely from 1915. Blue cloth-covered boards, with gilt lettering and an oval portrait lable of the heroine on the front board. Pollyanna was a best-selling novel in 1913 that went into over twenty printings the first year alone. It is now considered a classic of children's literature with the title character entering the American lexicon. Overall an attractive copy with many handsome illustrations. See Peter Parley to Penrod. p. 131. for the American edition. Quite scarce

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        THE SONNETS. From the Oxford text, Edited by W. J. Craig

      Philip Lee Warner for the Medici Society. London. 1913. LIMITED EDITION. Large 8vo.(8.8 x 6.3 inches). iv, 78pp, iv (colophon and publishers advert). One of 1000 hand-numbered copies printed by C. T. Jacobi in the Eleven Point Riccardi Press Fount on Handmade Riccardi paper. Decorative wood-cut border on first text page. Fine early leather binding of full dark blue morocco, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe of London. Spine with five raised bands, each with gilt piping. The compartments ruled and decorated, with flower and love-heart devices, in gilt. Single ruled gilt border on boards. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Turn-ins with double gilt ruled borders. A couple of tiny abrasions to the edges otherwise this is a fine copy of this lovely edition, beautifully printed on fine quality hand made paper and in a decorative leather binding.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Hofgeschichten. Erste Abteilung : Preussische Hofgeschichten Bd. 2 - 4

      Georg Müller, München 1913 - Neu herausgegeben v. Heinrich Conrad. 316; 396; 519 S. Orig.-Ganzleder mit goldgeprägtem Deckel und reichlich goldverziertem Rücken sowie schwarzem Lederschildchen mit Titelei. Goldkopfschnitt. Auf holländischem Van Gelder-Bütten abgezogen. Bd. 2 mit 23 Bildbeigaben, Bd. 3 mit 36 Bildbeigaben und Bd. 4 mit 57 Bildbeigaben.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Wolter]
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        Mother Goose. The Old Nursery Rhymes.

      London, William Heinemann, n.d. [c.1913]. - First Rackham Edition. Large 8vo. Publisher's grey cloth with sampler style decoration to upper board, pictorial endpapers; top edge tinted. With 13 colour plates, captioned tissues, and numerous black and white illustrations. Binding rubbed, boards bowed; signs of careful handling. Very good indeed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books, ABA ILAB]
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        Unpath'd Waters.

      London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1913 - Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine and upper board in black, top edge dyed green. With the dust jacket. Housed in a purple half morocco slipcase and chemise. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with a few small chips and nicks and toned spine panel. First edition, first impression of the author's third collection of short stories. Rare in the dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Canada and Its Provinces Volume I New France Part I

      Toronto, Canada, 1913. The Authors' Edition of 'Canada and its Provinces' is limited to 875 Impressions on All-Rag Watermarked Paper Volume One printed at the Edinburgh University Press. This Impression is Number 161. This is a a Twenty-two Volume Set and Index, and all must be ordered together and will not be broken up, please refer to Bookseller Inventory #005676 to #005700. A history of the Canadian people and their institutions by One Hundred Associates. All books in Fine condition. Dust Jacket on four volumes have closed tears. (Ref.#ACC-C150).. Limited Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" Tall. Canadian History.

      [Bookseller: Shelf Lives]
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      Paris: Editions de la Nouvelle Revue Francaise,, 1913. Édition Complète Contenant Plusieurs Poèmes Inédits et un Portrait. Fifth Edition. Octavo (185 × 125 mm). Contemporary red half morocco, spine gilt in compartments, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Portrait frontispiece. Binding lightly rubbed, endpapers tanned from turn-ins, contents toned. A very good copy. Fifth edition. Inscribed by Aldous Huxley "Ottoline Morrell from A.L.H. Christmas 1916".

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Book of Old New York ... The rare Old Prints are from the Private Collections of Mr. Robert Goelet, Mr. Percy R. Pyne 2d, Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan

      New York: Privately printed for the subscribers, 1913. 4to. (12 3/8 x 9 1/2 inches). 103 plates (5 in colour). Uncut. Publisher's dark blue morocco, upper cover stamped with the seal of New York in gilt and colors and titled in gilt, spine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in the second and fourth, the others with a repeat decoration in gilt. The deluxe limited edition in full morocco: in pristine condition.

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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        Elsässische Volkslieder.

      Strassburg Elsässische Druckerei & Verlagsanstalt vorm G Fischbach 1913 - 27,5x38 cm. Schöner Halbleinenband mit goldenem Titeldruck und Deckelsignet. Etwas berieben und gebräunt, sauber in Schutzfolie eingebunden. Vorderes Gelenk leicht überdehnt, dadurch Vorsatzseite unten wenig ausgelöst. Innen gebräunt, sehr sauber! Ex Libris auf der Vorsatzseite vorne. Seidenpapiereinlagen manchmal lose. Wunderschön illustriertes Volksliederbuch aus dem Elsass. Jede Seite ist kartoniert. Die Vorderseiten zeigen den Liedtext mit Noten sowie die thematisch passende, farbige Illustration von Tanconville. Die Rückseiten sind mit diversen Werbungen in schwarz/weiß versehen. Insgesamt 47 Blatt. Lieder: - Muess i jetz, muess i jetz - Maikäfer, fliej' uf! - Maidele, ruck , ruck. - D'r Fereli - Hinter'm Müenster! - Der Luzi kummt! - Es kommt e Scheereschliffer ins Land - 'S reijt, s' schneit, es geht e kiehler Wind. - Dort drunte, dort drowe. - O dü liewer Augüstin! - z' Basel isch e Schlessla - Z'Nacht wenn der Mond schynt! - Maidele, putz Di! - Hop, Mariannele - Frau Grienere! - O Strassburg, o Strassburg, du wunderschöni Stadt! - D' Meiselocker! - Hexelied - Komm, Bibele, komm! - Als wir aus Wolxheim hinaus gehen. - Zur Verehrung vom elsaessische Meister Théophile Schuler - Reje, Reje, Tropfe! - In Lauterbach haw' i min Strümpfel verlore! - Storik, Storik, stibber die Bein! - Ich hab e mol e Kaetzele g'hett! - Aie, bubaie, die Baebble sin guet. - D'r Kohlebürebue. - Reie Reie Rose. - Enne denne Dindefass! - Herzigs Marianel! - D'r Kinni Dagobär. - ABC - Latoria, Latoria! - Schlöf, Kindele Schlöf. - So gehn wir jetzt Thor hinaus, adje! - D'r Nachtwaechter von Owernä! - Nur immer langsam voran! - Frau, kaufe mer Bese - D' Gard' national isch uffgeloest - Kätrinele, Kätrinele. - Es reiten drei Schneider - Du liegst mir im Herzen. - D'r Murrwaddel! - Trutz nit so! - D'r Krütenauer Kaminfejer - D'r Herr Malbrough! - D' r Kieferdanz - 'S Elsass isch unser Ländel. Henry Ganier Tanvonville (1845-1936). 1.100 gr. Schöner Halbleinenband mit goldenem Titeldruck und Deckelsignet. Etwas berieben und gebräunt, sauber in Schutzfolie eingebunden. Vorderes Gelenk leicht überdehnt, dadurch Vorsatzseite unten wenig ausgelöst.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Hassold]
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        Anderer Leute Kinder.

      Berlin, Cassirer (1913). - Gr.-Fol., farb. illustr. Titel und 31 Farbtafeln. 12 Bll., tadelloses Exemplar, Ries 672, 5. Seebaß II, 1127. Erste deutsche Ausgabe der 32 Kinderbildnisse (inkl. Titel), die Karl Otto Bonnier 1913 anläßlich des 60. Geburtstags des Künstlers im Band "Andras barn" veröffentlichte (vgl. Kat. München "Ein schwedisches Märchen", 200). Fliegender vorderer Vorsatz mit Besitzetikett und Katalogtexten, [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiß]
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        Morris Canal Abandonment Problems, A Plea for the Abandonment of the Morris Canal and a Plea for the Preservation and Dedication of Lake Hopatcong the Beautiful as a Public Park and Health Resort for All the People

      Borough of Hopatcong, Landing Post Office, New Jersey, 1913. Near Very Good condition. SEE PHOTOS. Brief gift note to "The Womens' Improvement Society." Small piece (1 square inch) missing from lower right corner of front cover (not affecting any text). Bound in the original thin, wood veneer sides and cloth spine. Includes a 30 inch long fold-out diagram of the canal. Also bound-in is a four-color, fold-out map of northern New Jersey (17 inches wide) showing the Morris Canal, the watershed area from which the canal draws its supply, including Lake Hopatcong. The rear cover is imprinted: "This cover is real wood veneer from Japan.". First Edition. Stiff flexible wood veneer. Near Very Good condition. 63pp.

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        Acrobate au chien] *

      Sans date. - Pointe sèche originale (procédé Barraud) 21 x 16, feuille 45 x 29, signé à la mine de plomb en bas à droite. Sous cadre 51 x 40, baguette fine de simple bois naturel, sans chichis comme l'aurait sans doute apprécié l'artiste. Cette épreuve inconnue au catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre gravé, dans la ligne des thèmes des débuts, pourrait dater de 1913, année de réalisation de "Pantalonnade", une composition qui en est fort proche (format, facture et papier similaire). Bien plus tard, en 1930 une lithographie en reprend le sujet, référencée sur le titre qu'on a osé attribuer nous-mêmes à la présente estampe.Tirage peut-être unique.Scoop.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Oh 7e Ciel]
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      1913. With Frontispiece in Colors by George Harper. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1913. 6 pp undated ads. Original orange cloth pictorially decorated in black, purple and ochre. First Edition of~the reverse image of JOHN BARLEYCORN, a confession of his [Jack's] suppressed romantic nature... It has an innocence and wonder that cannot be found in his other writing. His two lovers, Billy and Saxon Roberts, are frail and human. Jack himself appears three times in the book as their guide on their pilgrimage to the Valley of the Moon, an old Indian name for the Sonoma Valley... Billy is Jack without education. He has only his fists and his decency and his knowledge of horses to take him back to the farm... Saxon is Charmian without polish... [She] is older than her husband, and she treats him like a great man-boy. She also loses her child... Billy then turns into an alcoholic brute, liable to sullenness or mad rages; but with the beginning of their pilgrimage through the California countryside to the Valley of the Moon, he is restored to the gentle lover she has always known. The moral is clear. The mess of the cities corrupts and destroys lovers and workers. Only back on the road or the land can they find space and harmony...~Jack himself was slowly retracing his path from his long sickness to an acceptance of the commonplace. [Sinclair]~Included as a stopover on the "pilgrimage" is a sarcastic view of George Sterling and the rest of "The Crowd" in the bohemian artists' colony at Carmel.~THE VALLEY OF THE MOON was Jack's first book back with Macmillan; he had had to beg them to take him back, after he had left them for Century. The cover design, signed "G.H." like several of the earlier ones, is one of the most attractive in the London oeuvre. For some reason, although a considerable number of copies was produced, this is quite a scarce title -- and the soil-prone bright orange cloth makes fine copies particularly difficult to find. This is a near-fine copy, however (spine lettering slightly dull, but scarcely any soil or wear). Sisson & Martens p. 74; Blanck 11947. Housed in a morocco-backed clamshell case.

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        British Antarctic Expedition: Meteorology 3 Volumes _ The Complete Set Signed by Wm.H. Hobbs „ gifted from Col. H.G. Lyons, Editor

      NF. London & Calcutta, Printed by Thacker, Spink & Co. 1913-1923, First Edition. Three quarto volumes _ large 4to _ 31cm. (12 î x 10î) _ the complete Meteorology set in Near Fine Condition. PublisherÍs dark burgundy clay end leaves, tight un-cracked hinges, no prior ownership or institutional markings, vol. I has damp stain to cloth in the lower portion of the front cover, otherwise an excellent and complete set. Very Scarce. „Renard 186, Taurus 91, Rosove 293-1.A1, 293-2.A1, 293-3.A1 & Volume I: Discussion. 1919. [x], 326pp., publishers quarter red-violet buckram, burgundy cloth sides, spine lettered in gilt, brown-violet endspapers, frontis color map with overlay map tissue guard, 5 folding plates, 93 figures in illustration, 163 tables in text, errata bound in adjacent to p.1.& Volume II: Weather Maps and Pressure Curves. 1919. Quarter red-violet buckram, cloth sides, spine lettered in gilt, [ii], 138 weather maps, 23 folding plates of pressure curves.& Volume III: Tables. 1923. [xi], (1), 835pp., 88 tables. Red-violet cloth, spine blind-stamped and lettered in gilt.& The complete collection of meteorological scientific research documentation from ScottÍs Terra Nova Expedition of 1910-1913. This significant publication has become critical in todayÍs search for signs of global warming. A Rare complete set in Near Fine condition. Typically found in individual volumes and with institutional or library markings. & & Provenance and Association:& All three volumes bear the bookplate of William Herbert Hobbs, renowned polar author and geologist. Volume 3 signed by Wm.H. Hobbs with an inscription in his hand stating this was a gift from Col. Lyons. Col. H.G. Lyons was the Honorary Editor of this set and was in charge of preparation of these volumes and their distribution.

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        Scott's Last Expedition

      London,: Smith Elder & Co.,, 1913.. Two volumes, large octavo, extensively illustrated including a frontispiece in each volume, six photogravures and 18 coloured plates, many full-page black & white plates, maps, diagrams, and a panorama; some maps with folds reinforced, a fine copy, in contemporary quarter morocco. An excellent association copy signed by two of the surviving expeditioners. This is the first edition of the famous official expedition account, arranged from Scott's journals which were retrieved when his tent was discovered in 1912.This set is signed by Lieutenant-Surgeon G. Murray Levick in both volumes, and by Lieutenant Edward R.G.R. Evans, second-in-command on the Terra Nova, in the first: Murray Levick joined Scott's final expedition as surgeon and was second in command of the Northern Party, carrying out extensive studies on birds and marine life.Scott's achievement in reaching the South Pole on January 18, 1912, is inextricably linked with the sense of heartbreak at having been beaten to the Pole by Amundsen by just thirty-four days, and the disastrous return journey in which Scott, Evans, Oates, Bowers, and Wilson all perished.Scott wrote in a letter composed to his wife, "but for my own sake I do not regret this journey, which has shown that Englishmen can endure hardships, help one another, and meet death with as great a fortitude as ever in the past. We took risks, we knew we took them; things have come out against us, and therefore we have no cause for complaint, but bow to the will of providence, determined still to do our best to the last... Had we lived, I should have had a tale to tell of the hardihood, endurance, and courage of my companions which would have stirred the heart of every Englishman. These rough notes and our dead bodies must tell the tale...".Each volume is inscribed on the front free end-paper: "Presented to / The Grundy Library/ Malvern College/ by G.C. Levick (No. 8)/ Nov. 1913".Spence, 1056.

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        A SNAPSHOT; PARIS, 1911

      Stieglitz, Alfred. Hand-pulled photogravure, 5 3/8 x 6 5/8 inches. Archivally matted with window over mat. Fine. The image is a fine photogravure from CAMERA WORK 41, 1913.

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        Grand Prix d'Amerique, Goux le gagnant sur Peugeot à Indianapolis (Indianapolis 500), 1911

      Paris: Mabileau & Co., 1913. Hand-coloured pochoir print. Very good condition apart from a 1 1/2" tear in the top margin. 15 3/4 x 32 1/4 inches. 17 5/8 x 35 3/8 inches. The Lion-Peugeot of Jules Goux at Indianapolis in 1911. This was the last year of this complex car. The new Peugeot Company began racing in 1912, and won the Indy with Goux at the wheel in 1913. The Gamy-Montaut prints document various historical events in the early history of motorized transportation, including Power Boat Racing, Motorcycle and Motor Car Racing, Motor Car Touring, Zeppelins and Airplanes. Having observed the rapidly growing interest in cars and racing during the early years of motor cars, Ernest Montaut ( 1879-1909) produced his first motoring prints in the mid-1890s, and by 1897, his drawings were pictorial records of the many races in France. Montaut's work was extremely well received in the Paris of his day and was shown in the fashionable shops of the Rue de l'Opera and Rue de la Paix, as well as in the better galleries. Marguerite M. Montaut, Ernest's wife, continued his work after his death producing not only racing prints but also developing a fine series of aviation prints commemorating such events as the first flights on the early European mail routes. While Marguerite Montaut's works were occasionally signed "M. Montaut", she usually used "Gamy", an anagram for Magy. The Gamy-Montaut prints were all produced by the pochoir process in which the outlines for each image were drawn onto lithographic stones and printed. Using these uncoloured prints as a template, elaborate stencils were cut for each colour. Water-colour was then brushed onto the image through the stencil. The colouring process was quite complex, with each print taking several days to produce. It was also quite labour intensive, and the studio of Gamy-Montaut therefore employed a group of trained artists, including Nevil and Campion, to assist in the colouring.

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        2 eigenh. Briefe mit U. ("Wilczek").

      Wien, 1907 und 1913. - Zusammen 4 SS. 8vo. Wohl an den Cellisten Josef Sulzer, den Sohn des berühmten Synagogenkantors Salomon Sulzer: "Lieber Meister - es bleibt bei morgen Freitag 11. 24 Nordwestbahn - Fürst Pick und Fürstin Fürstenberg kommen auch mit. Falls Sie die große Güte haben wollen, Ihr Instrument mitzunehmen - werden wir Ihnen Dank zollen[.] Meine Tochter Elisabeth spielt zwar die Orgel doch nicht so gut wie der Orgelkundige, der Sie begleiten könnte. Den Sie eher mit sich nach +Stein (Kreuzenstein) nehmen [.]" (8. V. 1907). - "Der Abend gestern war reitzend [!] - und Sie haben [.] wunderbar Ihr herrliches Instrument erthönen laßen [.] Neben meiner Tochter Elisabeth saß eine hochverständige schöne Dame, während einer Pause machte sie Ihnen einen Besuch im Künstler Zimmer - könnten Sie mir die bescheidene Anfrage beantworten, wer sie ist? Ihr uralter Wilczek" (30. III. 1913). - Tls. leicht angestaubt.

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        CUBISM. Translated

      T.Fisher Unwin.London.,1913. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION.Large 8vo.(8.4 x 6.7 inches).Illustrated with 25 mono plates reproducing works by Picasso,Derain(Miss-spelt Derian),Leger,Duchamp,Gris and others.Single leaf advertisement at the end,for the Galerie Clovis Sagot,Paris,advertising "Oeuvres de Fauves at Cubistes".Publishers cloth with gilt lettering to the front board and spine.The gilt very bright and sharp.One small chip(0.2 x 0.4 inch) to the top of the cloth spine otherwise a much better than usually found copy in the rare original dustwrapper,lettered to the panels and spine in black.Loss to the top 1 inch of the spine and a couple of small holes.Split along the length of the top hinge and held together in a removable brodart book protector but overall this is a good example of this rarely seen wrapper.Both book and wrapper miss-spell Metzinger's name "Metzanger".The first theoretical work on,and also the first book to use the term,Cubism.:.

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        A Study of Maya Art, Its Subject Matter and Historical Development

      Cambridge: Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology. 1913. Based on Spinden's 1909 doctoral thesis at Harvard and here Published as Volume VI of the Peabody Museum's Memoirs, this is the seminal study of Maya art and archaeology. Spinden was the first to study the range of Maya art, delineate its subject matter, and identify themes and motifs within the art and architecture of Maya society, including religious and philosophical ideas and calendrical notations. Probably the most important single volume ever published on the Maya. This copy is rebound in green buckram, and extra-annotated and illustrated in at least two hands. A (bookseller's?) note on the front free endpaper suggests the possibility that the annotations were those of the author, and indeed many of them seem to be of the type that an author would do if he were preparing a revised edition of his book. Some of the annotations correct errors in the earlier text, while others add new drawings, commentary or analysis, presumably based on information not available at the time of original publication. No revised edition of A Study of Maya Art was ever produced, however, so there is no corrected or updated text against which to compare this. Spinden, after gaining his PhD at Harvard, became the Assistant Curator of Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, and from there went on to become the Curator of Mexican Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard's Peabody Museum, perhaps the most prestigious post in the country for a Mayanist. Spinden also developed a widely accepted correlation between the Maya calendar and the Western calendar, which was called into question by J. Eric S. Thompson, the British Mayanist. The controversy got heated, and Spinden spent much of the rest of his time devoted to the Maya defending his correlation. It may be this controversy that pre-empted a new edition of his classic study. Thompson's correlation, or one or two days off from it -- Spinden's and Thompson's were 260 years apart -- is widely accepted today, although the issue is not without controversy even now. In any case, this is an extra-annotated copy of the first important work of Maya scholarship and, by all appearances, a unique copy. A bit of wear to the edges of the cloth, overall near fine. .

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      Hodder and Stoughton. London. 1913. FIRST EDITION. 2 Large 8vo volumes. (10.2 x 8 inches). Illustrated with 2 maps, 8 colour plates and 260 illustrations from mono photographs by the Author. Some minor foxing to the blank reverse of the portrait frontis in volume one otherwise a bright and clean copy throughout. In the publishers dark blue cloth bindings with gilt lettering to the spines. Front panels with circular device in gilt, green, blue and silver with four illustrations alongside, all in gilt and within a shield border. In the rare original dustwrappers with dark blue lettering to spine and front panels with cut out holes on the front panels to show the circular emblem. Some very minor chipping to the edges of the wrapper for volume one, volume two's wrapper with a large thumb sized area of loss to the front panel and a little more chipping to the extremities. Overall a lovely tidy set of books kept in wonderful condition by the still very good original publishers dustwrappers.

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        Backblock Ballads and Other Verses By "Den

      E. W. Cole, Melbourne, No date. First Edition. Leather. Good/no dust Jacket. 200 pages with double front and rear end pages. includes a glossary. Rebound in dark brown leather, gilt tooling to the margins front and back, and to the edges of the boards, gilt tooling and titling to the spine with 5 raised bands. rubbing of the edges of the boards, and the heel of the spine. The rear board has a moisture mark to the right hand side fron the centre to the hinge rising to 2/3rd of the height of the board, with a couple of pressure indentations. Both marbled endpages have short cracks at the hinges, BUT the hinges are sound. Marbling of the text block edges. Pasted to the front paste down is the book plate of M. J. McNally, featuring a dorsal view of a naked woman looking at an opened book that is just slightly smaller than herself. The bookplate has "H.T.P." printed at the lower rhs of the image; The half title page in inscribed in ink pen "To my friend M.J. McNally, with the author's compliments, C. J. Dennis" the National library of Australia gives the publication date of being 1913 Size: Cr 8vo. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Poetry; Signed; Inventory No: 0231501. .

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        "Potash and Perlmutter": Original drawing of the characters in this play, ink on board, signed lower right

      n.p ca. 1913 n.p, ca. 1913. 14 x 10-1/4 inches. . Fine condition. Bryant and Heneage, pp. 110-11 . In 1910 Montague Glass published Potash and Perlmutter, a collection of stories written in vernacular and dealing with two partners in the cloak-and-suit business. They were immensely popular, and led to a number of sequels and dramatizations, among them the one celebrated here in Raven Hill's lively and expressive drawing Leonard Raven Hill (1867-1942) was born in Bath and studied at the Lambeth School of Art, and in Paris with Bouguereau(1885-87). On his return he became a prolific contributor to various British publications. "Altogether", note Bryant and Heneage, "he was one of the most celebrated black and white artists of the period". In 1896 he joined Punch, an association which lasted 40 years, and ended only when his eyesight began to fail in 1935. "In his prime he was a fine strong draughtsman, good at portraying character and making the most of a wide range of jokes." This drawing shows Potash, and Perlmutter, surrounded by other characters in the play; it probably appeared in Punch around 1913 A SPLENDID THEATRICAL DRAWING BY A NOTABLE ARTIST

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        1913 Collection of 30 Original Cabinet-Size Photographs from The Aurora Studios, Boston Massachusetts

      Boston, Massachusetts: The Aurora Studios, 1913. Collection of 30 silver-print original photographs of female nudes, seemingly of the same model in various poses and states of undress, many with props - bow & arrows, hand-mirrors, flowers, filmy garments…; each with the Aurora Studio imprint & negative number with the date of 1912 or (mostly) 1913 in the plate; each also with their stamp on back, stating "For Artists Use Permission is given to copy this photo in any medium except photography for use in illustration, designs, mural decorations, etc. The Aurora Studios Boston, Mass." the images are not mounted and are printed on good quality heavy photographic paper stock; average size 5" x 8" with some having a more slender format, according to the pose in the image; found loose within a small portfolio with plain polished paper-covered boards, cloth spine, original black cloth ribbon ties; some wear and fading to the portfolio, previous owner pencil name on endpaper; all images clear, strong with good light and contrast, very professional and in very good condition; a very good group of this genre, especially interesting as being of one model and within a specific and short time period; documenting the history of photography in erotic art, here presented as 'artistic' studio aids. . First Edition. Not Bound. Very Good.

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        A B C D

      1913. 1. ABC. (CUBIST) A B C D by Andre Blandin. Bruxelles: Imprimerie Scientifique Charles Bulens, no date, circa 1913. 4to (8 1/2 x 10"), cloth backed pictorial boards, slight bit of rubbing on one page else Fine. Printed on one side of the paper, each leaf features a stunning color picture of a Dutch doll and other inhabitants of a cubist world. The text consists of a one word title in 3 languages: French, English and German printed in red at the bottom of the page. Little is known about Blandin who was a Belgian artist. His association with Guillaume Apollinaire led to organizing the first exhibition of cubist and fauvist art in Belgium. This is one of the most striking alphabets in any language and quite rare.

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        The Poetical Works of Robert Burns

      London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press,, 1913. With Notes, Glossary, Index of First Lines and Chronological List. Edited by J. Logie Robertson. Octavo (177 × 124 mm). Contemporary brown half calf, spine gilt in compartments, brown cloth sides, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Spine cracked and chipped and repaired with the pieces re-laid down, boards rubbed with a little wear at the corners. A good copy. Presentation copy inscribed by literary editor John Middleton Murry on behalf of himself and his soon-to-be wife Katherine Mansfield on the front free endpaper, "To Ottoline Morrell, from J. M. [and] K. M., 1917".

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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.:

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        BALAOO. Translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos

      Hurst and Blackett,Limited.London.,1913. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION.8vo.viii.376.24 pp publishers adverts for Autumn 1913,including blurb for this book with the title The Mysterious Mr.Noel.This was changed to Balaoo before publication but after the adverts were typeset.Very good bright,tight copy with previous owners name written neatly in ink to front blank endpaper.Some light foxing to a few pages but still generally a nice fresh copy.Publishers red cloth with blind ruled border and gilt lettering to front board.Spine lettered and ruled in gilt.A particularly nice copy of this rare title by the Author of The Phantom of the Opera.Originally published in French in 1912,Balaoo is the story of a Monkey who is brought up by a Scientist as a human,Mr.Noel.He is educated and can read and write and wears the latest Paris fashions.Balaoo is suspected of commiting many crimes,culminating in the kidnapping of Mlle.Madeline-the daughter of the scientist who brought him up.Filmed three times.First as Balaoo,in 1913 (a 24 minute silent film).Twice filmed by Hollywood,first in 1927 as silent movie The Wizard,which was remade in 1942 as Dr.Renault's secret.A superior copy.:

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        The Thousandth Woman

      Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis 1913 - First American edition. Endpapers a little foxed and the edges of the boards just a touch rubbed, a fine copy in very near fine dustwrapper with slight wear at the crown. A mystery by the creator of the detective hero Raffles. Rare in jacket. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Harrington Emerson's home course of study in personal efficiency.]

      [ New York ]: No Place ; N. P., 1913. Binder. Very Good. 4to., pp. [ff 26] + 638 (hand stamped numerals); ox blood half calf and black pebbled cloth gilt; boards lightly scuffed and soiled; marbled endpapers; clean text sheets; pp. 285-288 detached but present; a good copy overall. Edition unknown. Typescript of a personal study guide in 24 parts, ostensibly devoted to increasing personal efficiency by creating goals, the use of meticulous planning, careful observation, standardizing operations, and time management. The author develops a number of "principles of efficiency, " illustrating each in detail. But Emerson goes much farther than simply offering a plan for self-improvement. He dives into all manner of psychology and behavior and recommends many types of physical and mental exercises, relationships, and ideals. The final goal of the program seems hardly less than the entire make over and management of the human personality. One of the more remarkable men of the post-Civil War era in America, Harrington Emerson (1853-1931) was born into a wealthy New Jersey family and educated on the Continent. He began his adult life as an instructor of modern languages at the University of Nebraska, but was dismissed in part due to profound differences in educational philosophy with the school's administrators. He later embarked on a career as a frontier banker and land speculator, and worked as well for major rail concerns in Nebraska, Kansas, & Colorado. He invested in land as the plains became a popular destination for immigrants, but drought and crop failures bankrupted him. He next found employment as a representative of an English investment syndicate, and in this position studied more than one hundred American mining and manufacturing companies as investment possibilities. In this job he first became acquainted with the way that large industrial concerns are organized and operated, which laid the basis for his career as an efficiency expert. He combined this knowledge with further studies and work in mechanical engineering, and became involved and financially indebted in a scheme to lay a trans-Pacific telegraph cable which nearly bankrupted him a second time. After that failure, Emerson worked for a time as an industrial consultant, before resolving to take up efficiency engineering as his primary career. In this he followed the pioneering work of Frederick W. Taylor, whose methods of labor organization had come to the attention of Henry Ford, among others. Emerson on the other hand was hired to reorganize the machine and locomotive repair shops for the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. There, over the course of three years, he developed standardized work procedures and implemented a bonus pay system. His reputation as an expert in labor efficiency won him a large clientele. Between 1907 and 1910, he performed consulting work for over 200 companies, from industrial concerns to retailers, hospitals, municipal governments and colleges. He later performed much of his work overseas for foreign governments, including China, Japan, Mexico, Poland and especially the Soviet Union, where Emerson was particularly optimistic for the future of "scientific management." Throughout his later life, Emerson saw himself as a promoter and educator for greater efficiency, for firms and individuals alike. In 1924, he re-wrote and marketed an earlier version of a correspondence course in personal efficiency. Under the direction of the Emerson Institute, his home study course garnered more than 40,000 subscribers in 1925 alone. Scarce in trade. WorldCat locates less than 15 copies.

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      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1913. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good in boards. Hinge very slightly exposed but intact. Some edge wear. The true First American Edition, 1913. Brown cloth lettered in gold on front and spine, decorated in blind on front; 268pp plus ads in the rear. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Le Génie latin.

      1st edition. Paris: Librairie Alphonse Lemerre 1913. 340 + (1) pp. Limited to 300 copies. Totally uncut copy bound with orig. wrappers and top edge gilt in nice contemporary halfleather. (Seux s' de Thierry-Simiep).. Copy no. 215 on papier de Hollande, signed by the editor

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        Vanity Fair

      Hodder & Stoughton; London., 1913. Good+. Publishers cream mock-vellum, with gilt lettering and an oval portrait of Becky Sharp in a decorative gilt cartouche. Very minor marking to covers. Silk tie detached and missing half its length, but easily replaced. Illustrated endpapers, foxed as is fly-leaf. All other pages bright and clean. Illustrations very bright. Top edge gilt. Uncut pages. Two of the contents pages are unopened. 483pp.. LIMITED EDITION of 350 signed and numbered by the artist, of which this is no. 168.. Hard. 4to. 11 3/4".. Good+. Illus. by 20 tipped in colour plates by Lewis Baumer..

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