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        La Boite a Joujoux. Ballet pour Enfants

      Durand et Cie Paris: Durand et Cie, 1913. Boards. Very Good+. Andre Helle. Andre Helle. Boards. A charming copy of Debussy's ballet score (piano reduction only) for La Boite a Joujoux, with delightful color pochoire illustrations by Andre Helle. The ballet was inspired by Debussy's daughter and her toys and toybox. This was one of Debussy's final works, and the ballet was in fact not staged until after his death, with costumes and decor by Helle. Published in hardbound and softbound editions, this copy has been recased in tan paper-covered boards with Helle's illustrated title affixed to front cover. The original paper covers are bound in. In very good plus condition with a few small closed tears on the lower margin of a few pages, and some pages partially separated from binding. 10 x 13 inches. 48 pages. MUS/040513.

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        In Powder and Crinoline

      London : Hodder & Stoughton , 1913 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 164 pages. Presumed First Edition. Folio. In original green-grey cover boards, gilt designs to spine and upper cover. The toe and foot of spine panel are frayed, with a split in the front cover board along the front seam at the spine panel. This can easily be repaired by a bookbinder. Otherwise, binding is tight. Text block, interior pages and illustrated end papers are clean and unmarked. Small bookseller's sticker pasted to rear end paper. Front cover slightly faded but fully readable, rubbed at extremities from shelf wear. This is complete with 24 tissue guarded tipped-in illustrations by Nielsen.

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        Mon village. Ceux qui n'oublient pas. Images et commentaires par l'Oncle Hansi.

      Paris. H. Floury. . U. å. (1913). Tverr4to. Orig shirtbd. med rik dekor på deklene 31 s. Gjennomill. i farver. N. d. (1913). 4to oblong. Orig. cloth with richly decoratede cover. All edges coloured.. Bakdekkel med noen små pletter. Rear cover with a few marks

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        Two original images transmitted in 1925 by "Radiovision" by C. J. Jenkins

      TWO OF THE FIRST IMAGES TRANSMITTED  BY C. FRANCIS JENKINS OVER RADIO WAVES USING  HIS MECHANICAL TELEVISION TECHNOLOGY.Stamped  by him on verso – originals laid into  his own copy of his book-illustrations in book after these. Unique and incredibly important in science and history of television.“Jenkins moved on to work on television. He published an article on "Motion Pictures by Wireless" in 1913, but it was not until 1923 that he transmitted moving silhouette images for witnesses, and it was June 13, 1925 that he publicly demonstrated synchronized transmission of pictures and sound. He was granted the U.S. patent No. 1,544,156 (Transmitting Pictures over Wireless) on June 30, 1925 (filed on March 13, 1922).” We offer the two of  the actual photographs he transmitted.  As far as we know there is one original in the Library Of Congress in the copyright collection and seven others with the same provenance as ours, now in a private television museum.  We know of no others in public or private collections.THE PHOTOGRAPHSTwo original photographs which were laid in loosely at the pages where the image was reproduced in Vision By Radio.  Radio Photographs. Radio Photograms, 1925.  On page 17 it states: “ This and succeeding pages are examples of photographs received by radio from a distance by the Jenkins system, some of them from Washington to Philadelphia, and represent the best work done in 1922, 1923, and 1924. “At page 19:  4 1/2” x 2 13/16”, image 3 3/8” x 2 3/8”,  faint indentation of paper clip on bottom margin not affecting image. Verso stamped in purple ink: “  This photograph was sent /and received by Radio./  Jenkins Laboratories/Washington, D.C.” [ Black and white photograph, head and shoulders image of Sybil Almand]  Sybil Almand was on the staff of Jenkins Laboratories and, hence, was one of the first television researchers in the world.  She may have been the first woman involved in television research but this needs further research.At page 38:  2 13/16” x 3 7/16”, closed tear in blank space to right of text 5/8” long. ”.[Black and white photograph of a text in Japanese calligraphy, but not the text pictured on page 38, which is also a message in Japanese calligraphy.]  Verso stamped in blue ink: “ This photograph was/ sent and received by Radio/ Time/Distance/Radio Pictures Corp./Washington, D.C.”  Manuscript inscription in black ink in C. Francis Jenkins’ hand: “ First/ Japanese Radio/ message in/ native characters/sig. Capt Kurado “HISTORICAL CONTEXTCharles Francis Jenkins ( 1867-1934) is recognized as the earliest major American television pioneer.   Albert Abramson, whose History Of  Television,  1880 To 1941 is  recognized as authoritative,  tells us  that as early as 1894 C.  Francis  Jenkins wrote an article about a device for transmitting pictures by electricity.  Using the prismatic ring approach to mechanical television, which Jenkins invented, it was reported that he transmitted the image of a woman by radio on June 14, 1923. Abramson says “Whether ‘live’ or a photograph, this was the first transmission of television by radio ever reported.” ( page 60).  Others, such as Bingley give credit both to Jenkins and Baird as the first to demonstrate actual television images, in 1925.  However before the transmission of a Dutch wind mill moving in 1925, Jenkins and others state that he was transmitting photographs by radio in 1922, 1923, and 1924. Radio News and Popular Radio reported transmissions from December, 1923.  The photographs he transmitted are reproduced in Vision By Radio.  Radio Photographs. Radio Photograms. Even Baird, although he disparaged Jenkins' images as “blurry” and his machine as expensive said in a September 27, 1924 letter to his backer Will  Day  “ Up to the present the only other man who has been able to demonstrate anything has been C.F. Jenkins…I cannot say whether Jenkins was first or not but as our systems are quite different it does not much matter. “ ( Kamm and Baird, John Logie Baird. A Life, 2002, page 53).PROVENANCEC. Francis Jenkins died in 1934 when his father was 90.  This explains why C. Francis Jenkins’ father was giving his son’s book to his friend Roy Hirshburg in 1936 when he was 92 years of age. It seems highly probable that this copy of the book was C. Francis Jenkins’ own copy, which his Father inherited upon C.Francis’ demise. This belief is bolstered by the original photographs which were loosely laid into the pages at the appropriate places and the presence of two more photographs, from 1925 and 1927, one of which was used for a paper published in 1927.  It is also possible, however, that the book and the photographs were given to his father by C.Francis Jenkins.  In either case the direct source for the photographs is C. Francis Jenkins.  The hand stamps and the manuscript notes on the verso of some photographs in Jenkins’ own hand are further evidence of this.  The book in which the two photographs offered were found is:JENKINS, C.[HARLES] FRANCIS. 1925.   Vision By Radio.  Radio Photographs. Radio Photograms. Washington, D.C.: Jenkins Laboratories, Inc. Dark green cloth, 8vo, gilt titles.  Front free endpaper, blank leaf, half title leaf, title leaf, [3], 4-139 pp., [140].  The front pastedown bore the ex libris of Roy Hirshburg and the blank leaf before the half title had the following inscription in ink: “ Complimentary to/ R.N. Hirshburg/ from/ Amasa N. Jenkins   age 92 / father of/ C. Francis Jenkins/ 1936.

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        COLLECTED POEMS OF ALICE MEYNELL

      Burns & Oates Ltd. London: Burns & Oates Ltd., 1913. First Edition. Hardcover. A superbly unique copy in Fine condition. Full green cloth with gilt rules and lettering. Frontispiece portrait of Meynell by John Singer Sargent. This copy is INSCRIBED by Meynell to Sargent "with all kindest remembrances/from the writer/May 1913." Tipped to the front pastedown is a 1-1/2 page AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED from Meynell to Sargent dated May 22 noting the use of his drawing in the book and presenting this copy of the book with gratitude to him. With Sargent's booklabel beneath the inscription on the front endpaper and below that the small label of Mary Elizabeth Hudson. Meynell wrote the introduction to the 1903 portfolio THE WORK OF JOHN S. SARGENT. Laid into the book is an old description from the prominent New York city bookseller Philip C. Duschnes likely dating back to the 1950s or earlier.

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        The Fifth Olympiad. The Official Report of the Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912. Issued by the Swedish Olympic Committee edited by Erik Bergvall. Translated by Edward Adams-Ray.

      Wahlström & Widstrand, 1913. XXXI + 1117 p., illustrated with photos and diagrams. Publisher's gilt decorated cloth. 25,5 x 18 cm. Worn boards and worn and weak outer hinges. The spine worn at top and bottom

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        The Noble and Joyous Book Entytled Le Morte Darthur

      Ashendene Press Chelsea: Ashendene Press, (1913). Folio. (4), xxiv, 502pp. One of 145 copies. Printed in Subiaco type. The text is from Caxton's edition of 1485. Illustrated with two full-page woodcuts at the beginning and end of the book and twenty-seven smaller woodcuts in the text, drawn by Charles M. and Margaret Gere. Graily Hewitt designed "two or three alphabets of fine initials" (as described in Hornby's bibliography) for this book, and they are printed alternately in red and blue. The largest book of the Press, and the first in three colors. Sydney Cockerell called it "a glorious piece of printing... The presswork is miraculous." Emery Walker called it "magnificent... it shows that England is still ahead of the world in fine printing." In the original binding of full brown cowhide. Spine in six compartments, with titling in gilt on the spine and a single gilt edge rule. Very light foxing along edge of text block, else a fine copy, uncommon thus in the publisher's binding. Housed in chemise and cloth slipcase.

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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.

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        Typhoon: A Play in Four Acts

      Methuen and Co. London: Methuen and Co.. (1913). First. First English edition. Translated by Laurence Irving. Foxing to the foredge, near fine in near fine pictorial dustwrapper with a couple of tiny nicks and tears. Inscribed by the translator: "Ralph Leach with the best wishes of Laurence Irving." A play by a Hungarian author that starred Laurence Irving himself, alongside a young Claude Rains, in its 1913 London debut. It was the basis for at least three films, including a 1914 U.S. version directed by Reginald Barker and featuring Sessue Hayakawa, Gladys Brockwell, and Frank Borzage. Many of Lengyel's stories and plays were filmed, most notably Ninotchka and To Be or Not To Be. Very scarce in jacket, and doubly scarce signed by the translator and star Irving -- he drowned in the horrific sinking of the RMS Empress in 1914. .

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        Fine Old Bindings. With interesting miscellanea in Edward Almack's Library

      London: Blades, East and Blades, 1913 One of 200 numbered copies. Tan linen over burgundy linen boards, gilt spine and front cover lettering, gilt-ruled covers. Top edge gilt, other edges uncut. . Folio (16 /8" x 11 1/2"). . Title printed in red and black. Fifty-two fine plates, twenty-seven chromolithographically printed, with gold. Numerous text illustrations. Index. Corners rubbed, minor soiling. A very good copy. Edward Almack (1852-1917) was a noted book collector and writer on books. His publications include A Bibliography of The King's Book, or Eikon Basilike (1896), The Cavalier-Soldier's Vade-Mecum (1900), The History of the Second Dragoons: "Royal Scots Greys (1908), and Bookplates (1910). The present book features a running account of Almack's experiences as a book collector. The bindings illustrated are largely the work of Samuel and Charles Mearne, premier English binders of the seventeenth century.

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        Catlogo de los manuscritos existentes en la Biblioteca Universitaria de Valencia. [Three Volumes].

      Valencia: Librera Maraguat, 1913.. Francisco Rodrguez Marn, prlogo. xiv, 307 pp.; 358 pp.; 333 pp. 4to. Cloth. First edition. Illus. with 30 facsimile plates. Palau 111545. No. 119 of 500 copies. A magnificent catalogue of 2422 manuscripts described in detail. Palau lists date as 1914. "Magnifier orb, appreciate y escape, " (Palau y Dulcet, VI, p. 490). ABPC shows only one copy sold at auction in the last 30 years. Spine scuffed and boards rubbed else very good copies with scattered foxing.

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        A Carno. Szinmu Harom Felvonasban [The Czarina. A Drama in three Acts]

      Singer es Wolfner Kiadasa Budapest: Singer es Wolfner Kiadasa. 1913. First. First edition. Thin octavo. Text in Hungarian. Green cloth decorated in gilt. A very nice, about fine copy. Basis for the 1924 film Forbidden Paradise directed by Ernst Lubitsch and featuring Pola Negri, Rod La Rocque , and Adolphe Menjou, and with Clark Gable, uncredited in his second film as a soldier in the Czarina's guard. Very scarce. .

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        Il pavimento del Battistero di Firenze, esplicato nei suoi lineamenti geometrici, Brescia, Vannini Giulio, 1913

      cm. 44 x 30, quaderno oblungo con tela editoriale amaranto e dorso fermato da due borchie. Titoli in oro al piatto. La prefazione di due pagine è di Madoni, che ha anche autografato la pagina a lato del frontespizio "farò sequestrare tutte le copie non portanti la mia firma". Cenno storico illustrativo del prof. Guido Carocci, su due colonne e con testo tradotto in francese. Notevoli le XXV tavole in b/n protette da velina. Bella edizione.

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        Totem und Tabu. Einige Übereinstimmungen im Seelenleben der Wilden und Neurotiker.

      Gr. 8° Titel, 2 Blatt, 149 Seiten. Originalhalbleinen mit Vorderdeckel- und Rückentitel Erste Buchausgabe. Meyer-Palmedo/Fichtner 1912-1913a. - Grinstein 10607. Sehr sauberes und frisch erhaltenes Exemplar aus dem Vorbesitz von H.F. Norman mit seinem Exlibris im vorderen Innendeckel, in diesem Erhaltungszustand das beste Exemplar der letzten 30 Jahre. Die zentrale theoretische Schrift erschien zuerst als Aufsatzfolge in den ersten beiden Jahrgängen der Zeitschrift "Imago" 1912/13. Die vorliegende Buchausgabe enthält ein neues, zweiseitiges Vorwort von Freud, dies nicht ausdrücklich bei Meyer-Palmedo/Fichtner erwähnt. Das Vorwort ist datiert: "Rom, im September 1913". Freud war vom 7. bis zum 25. September mit Minna in der Ewigen Stadt, es war sein längster Aufenthalt dort. Der sozialanthropologische Meilenstein seines Denkens, die Hypothesen über die Urhorde und den Vatermord, werden erstmals im vierten Teil des Buches dargelegt. Thomas Mann schrieb in seinem im ersten Heft der Zeitschrift5 "Psychoanalytische Bewegung" abgedruckten Essay über Freuds Stellung in den Geisteswissenschaften: "Fragte man mich, welcher unter den kühnen und umwälzenden Beiträgen Sigmund Freuds zur Erkenntnis des Menschlichen auf mich den stärksten Eindruck gemacht habe, wenn sein Name fällt, so würde ich ohne Besinnen die große, viergeteilte Arbeit TOTEM und TABU? nennen." Sie sei "nach Aufbau und literarischer Form ein allen großen Beispielen deutscher Essayistik verwandtes und zugehöriges Meisterstück".

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        Cubism.

      T. Fisher Unwin 1913. 8:o. 133,(4) pp. Publishers black cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine. Bumped lower outer corners. Some wear to head of spine with very small loss. Previous owner`s signature Efr. Lundmark Uppsala, sept. 1913 on title-page. Single leaf advertisement at the end,for the Galerie Clovis Sagot,Paris,advertising "Oeuvres de Fauves at Cubistes". Rear of this page with miscolouring from newspaper cut. 21 x 16,5 cm

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        Julemandens værksted. Gaverne bringes ud.

      1913. Signeret. Størrelse: H 20,5 - B 39,5 cm.. Original farvelagt tuschtegning.(Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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        Early Typed Letter Signed, 4to on "The Criterion" stationery, 4to London, July 8, 1938

      He writes to Ossia Trilling of the Incorporated Stage Society responding to their selection of him to become a member. "On mature reflection...I must decline the proposed honour. I have already as many public associations as I can adequately cope with and I gave a strong objection to being a merely nominal member...." He signs, "T. S. Eliot." [Joshua] Ossia Trilling (1913-94), Eliot's corespondent, was a theater critic and occasional theater director and actor. Connected with the Incorporated Stage Society, Trilling directed the British premiers of Auguste Strindberg's plays, "The Road to Damascus, " and "Queen Christina."

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        Autograph letter, signed ("Charles M. Doughty"), to Mr. R. Palmer of Kirby Lonsdale, Westmorland, regarding Nigeria, retirement, happiness, Isaac Walton, and family matters

      Eastbourne 10 august 1913 Eastbourne, 10 august 1913. 12mo. 3 pp. on folded sheet, headed Lavrock, Grange Road, Eastbourne. Minor soiling along the fold. Opened envelope (addressed in Doughty's hand) tipped to blank verso. Fine . Excellent and wide-ranging, reminiscent letter from the great Arabian explorer and author Charles M. Doughty, mentioning that he began to read the translations by his correspondent's son, discussing Nigeria and mentioning a Capt. Gordon, "going this week to Northern Nigeria as a Kaimakam." Doughty discusses Palmer's "superannuation from a responsible office, to be able look back upon many years of good work ... and one would become gradually reconciled to a change of habit & new & complete leisure. And I can imagine you with your cheerful disposition & quiet humane tastes to be able, as Isaac Walton, to be happy every day & everywhere." Doughty concludes with news of his family and fond recollections of their visit to Kirby, "Believe me, sincerely yours, Charles M. Doughty."

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        The Custom of the Country

      Charles Scribner's Sons 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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        L'Oeuvre Grave et Lithographie De Steinlen Catalogue descriptif et analytique suive d'un Essai de Bibliographie et d'Iconographie de son Oeuvre Illustre

      Societe de Propogation des Livres D'Art Paris: Societe de Propogation des Livres D'Art, 1913. First edition. Stiff Wraps. Orig. gray stiff wrappers, cloth spine. Very good/No Dust Jacket. Steinlen, Theophile-Alexander. [[XV] 228 pages. 33 x 25.5 cm. Limited edition, copy 255 of 500 on papier d'Alfa. Preface by Roger Marx. There are three original etchings, and seven original lithographs. Also presented are etchings, monotypes, original lithographs [prints, musical covers, posters and book cover designs]. FREITAG 9143. Text in French. Partly unopened, interior contents clean, printed on glossy stock, cloth backstrip, contents loosely inserted in stiff printed wrappers with pictorial medallion of Naoum Aronson.

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        The Geographical Journal, Volumes 1-42 (1893-1913)

      The Royal Geographical Society London: The Royal Geographical Society. 1893-1913. First. Periodical. Octavos. A consecutive run of 42 volumes (from January 1893 - December 1913, each containing six monthly issues) of this scientific journal, known for publishing the reports of many famous expeditions during the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration, as well as reports and articles on many other important expeditions in remote regions throughout Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Among the reports published in this set are Robert Peary's "Journeys in North Greenland," David Carnegie's "Explorations in the Interior of Western Australia," and Sven Hedin's "Four Years' Travel in Central Asia" (all in March 1898); J. Gunnar Andersson's "The Winter Expedition of the 'Antarctic' to South Georgia" (October 1902); Ernest Shackleton's "Some Results of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1907-9" (November 1909); "Peary Arctic Club Expedition to the North Pole, 1908-9" (August 1910); and Douglas Mawson's "The Australasian Antarctic Expedition" (June 1911). Illustrated with photographs and plates; each monthly issue with multiple folding color topographical maps at the rear. Bound in contemporary full dark green cloth boards, with the original wrappers and publisher's notices bound in. An ex-library set with bookplates and a perforated stamp on most of the title pages, plates, and folding maps of each monthly issue in volumes 1-32 (1893-1908), else overall a very good sound set with scattered rubbing and soiling, with no perforated stamp in volumes 33-42 (1909-1913). A handsome set with all of the folding maps neatly bound in at the rear of each issue. .

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        The Gun at Home and Abroad. British Deer & Ground Game, Dogs. Guns & Rifles.

      The London Counties Press Association Folio, original full brown morocco, cover and spine ruled and lettered in gilt, illustrated with 15 color plates, 2 photogravures, and 39 half-tone illustrations on 24 plates with printed tissue guards, xvi, 345, [1] pp. Spine faded, some light scuffing to leather, light foxing toward the front and rear of the volume; otherwise very good, and contents generally bright and clean. This work, which is a limited edition, is the second in the publisher's series "The Gun at Home and Abroad." This copy is number 658 of 950. While the first volume of the series focused on bird hunting, this one directs its attention to deer and small game, and the authors provide considerable detail on hunting techniques. There is also a chapter on the evolution of rifles and guns, and a final chapter on game laws affecting deer and small game. Many of the illustrations are very colorful, and quite impressive.

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        Opera Omnia

      Edited by J.L.E. Dreyer. Numerous charts, diagrams, facsimiles, maps, ports., & tables. 15 vols. in 14. Large 4to, orig. blue printed stiff wrappers bound in cont. red morocco & marbled boards, spines nicely gilt, t.e.g., others uncut. Copenhagen: Libraria Gyldendaliana, 1913-29. This is a particularly handsome and well-bound set of the magnificent and rare definitive edition of the collected works of Tycho Brahe. It is limited to 225 sets (of which only one hundred sets were for sale) and is printed on fine thick paper. Edited by the great scholar Dreyer, who wrote the standard biography of Brahe, this edition contains all of Brahe's published writings as well as his letters and a considerable amount of MS. material, all with full bibliographical details. A fine and attractive set of an extremely uncommon work. Each volume is in a slipcase. .

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        THE MAN THAT RESEMBLES ERASMUS, 1913

      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.

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        Centralpostbygningen i Kjøbenhavn.

      (Det Kongelige Danske Postvæsen), København (c. 1913). Folio (43x37 cm). 1 blad med tekst + 21 plancher med monterede fotografier (5 med gengivelser af grundplaner + 16 med gengivelser af bygingens ydre og indre). Foto-mål: 29x23 cm. Orig. bind af rødt lærred med guldtrykt dekoration på forpermen og blindtrykt dekoration på bagpermen. Forpermen noget plettet og skjoldet; selve bogblokken i meget fin stand.. Pragtfuldt dokumentationsmateriale, udført i forbindelse med åbningen af Heinrich Wencks Centralpostbygning i København i 1912. Det righoldige billedmateriale viser, hvordan tidens ypperste kommunikationsteknik indføjedes i arkitektoniske rammer, der trak på traditioner fra slutningen af 1600-tallet

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        Svenska bokband under nyare tiden.

      Bidrag till svensk bokbinderihistoria. En serie afbildningar af konstnärliga bokband samlade och beskrifna. I-III. Sthlm, 1913-14. (4),IX-XXX,(2 blanka),156,(1) s. & plr + (4),IX-XXVII,(1 blank),86,(1) s. & plr + (4),IX-XXVII,(1 blank),82,(1) s. & plr + Recensioner i urval och utdrag samlade och utgifna af A.-B. Hasse W. Tullberg. Sthlm, 1913. 12 s. Två ohfrbd med blindpressad dekor, upphöjda bind och marmorerade snitt (Hedberg). Främre omslag medbundna. Med några obetydliga repor i skinnet. Recensionerna bundna sist i första volymen. Med L. A. Odencrants exlibris.. Första delen i andra upplagan, den första kom 1910

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        Die Gartenkultur des 20. Jahrhunderts.

      Mit 74 Illustrationen und 23 Tafeln. Verlegt Bei Eugen Diederichs in Jena, 1913. 8vo. IV+161+(14) pages. Orig. decorated boards. Very good, with repair to the outer hinges. Spine and panels intact. Inside clean.. Original edition of the major work by the German landscape architect Leberecht Migge (1881-1935), who was the most influential garden theorist in the Weimar Republic and is now increaslingly studied for his thoughts on garden culture. In his work 'Die Gartenkultur des 20. Jahrhunderts' he tries to establish that the basic garden form is the utility garden in geometrical shapes and all later garden structures are a decadent deform

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        LA CORTE DI LODOVICO IL MORO.

      Hoepli In-4 p., 4 voll., lussuosa legat. in tela edit. con borchie in metallo (abras. alle cerniere di un vol.), ricche cornici a secco e medaglione che raffig. Ludovico il Moro in rilievo ai piatti, pp. XVI,766; XV,646; XI,368; (6),325. L'opera presenta una ricchissima documentazione iconografica di 2449 ill. in b.n. nel t. e 89 tavv. f.t. (di cui 13 in tricromia) per lo più applic. su cartoncino. Importante opera di arte e di storia milanese, cosi' suddivisa: "La vita privata e l'arte a Milano nella seconda meta' del Quattrocento - Bramante e Leonardo - Gli artisti lombardi (ritrattisti, miniatori, scultori in legno, orafi) - Le arti industriali, la letteratura e la musica". "Prima edizione". Cfr. Catalogo Hoepli,767. Esempl. ben conservato.

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        The Fly-Fisher's Entomology. With Directions for Making the Artificial Representation of Each Fly; and a Few Observations and Instructions on Trout and Grayling Fishing. With an Introduction by the Right Honourable Sir Herbert Maxwell

      Liverpool: Henry Young and Sons 1913 Liverpool: Henry Young and Sons, 1913. Eleventh Edition. Number 219 of 250 copies signed by the Publishers. 2 vols., 4to. Frontispiece and 20 plates, some hand-colored, volume 2 containing 48 actual specimens of flies in sunken mounts. Publisher's green morocco-backed cloth, upper boards with gilt roundel of a dressed fly, gilt panelled spines, t.e.g., others uncut. One tiny split at front joint of vol. II, else FINE

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        The Decorative Art of Leon Bakst. Appreciation by Arsene Alexandre, with Notes on the Ballets by Jean Cocteau

      (Bakst, Leon). Alexandre, Arsene. The Decorative Art of Leon Bakst. Appreciation by Arsene Alexandre, with Notes on the Ballets by Jean Cocteau. London: Fine Arts Society, 1913. First English edition (a French version was published the same year). Large Folio. Original vellum decorated with gilt and marbled paper sides. Complete with 76 tipped-plates, of which almost fifty are full color. Except for very minor soiling, this is a fine copy and rare in this condition. Published as the Ballets Russes was achieving its full flowering. Includes reproductions of Bakst’s early designs for L’Oiseau de feu, Le Dieu Bleu, L’Apres-Midi D’Un Faune, Cleopatre, Scheherazade, La Peri and many others. Ten years later, several other works on Leon Bakst were published, but none matched The Decorative Art of Leon Bakst in beauty or scope. This was the first deluxe publication on Bakst to be published in England

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        CHANCE

      1913. Very Good. CONRAD, Joseph. CHANCE. A Tale in Two Parts. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., (1913). Spurious First edition, likely fourth issue, with tipped-in title page with 1913 date on verso. Copy of advertisements with 8 pages Autumn 1913. Wear to crown of spine, book plate of noted book collector Herschel V. Jones (see Wikipedia) on front pastedown, overall just a very good copy.

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        Scott's Last Expedition (2 volumes).

      London: Smith, Elder, 1913.. Large thick 8vo. (9.5 x 6.75 inches). pp.xxvi + 636; xvi + 534. Two photogravure portrait frontispieces each with tissue guard. Six original sketches in photogravure by Dr. E. A. Wilson, with letterpress tissue guards. 18 coloured plates (16 from drawings by Dr. Wilson). 260 full-page and smaller photo illusts taken by Herbert G. Ponting and other members of the Expedition. Panoramas. Fold-out maps, including the extra map at p.110 in vol.I not present in earlier editions. All images present as called for. Navy blue ribbed cloth gilt. T.e.g. Some pages unopened. Some light scattered spotting. Fore-edge rusted. O/w clean and tight. Unusually bright cloth. A handsome set. Heavy books, requiring extra postage.

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        Två sagor om livet.

      Stockholm, Wilhelmssons boktryckeri, 1913. 3-71,(1) s. Halvlinnebd med grön titeletikett i skinn. Omslaget medbundet. Titeletiketten med svag repa. Ett inledande blankt blad saknas.. Utkom på Frams förlag. Brukar räknas som den mest svåråtkomliga av Lagerkvists böcker

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        Ord=Konst och Bild=Konst. Om modärn Skönlitteraturs Dekadens. Om den Modärna Konstens Vitalitet. Med et Förord av August Brunius.

      (Stockholm, Bröderna Lagerströms Förlag, 1913). Orig. bogtrykt omslag. Ubeskåret. Omslaget med et par meget svage brunpletter. 61,(1) pp. Indvendig frisk.. Originaludgaven af Lagerkvists berømte "manifest", som i radikalt omfang ændrede tidens litterære ideer og hermed blev den svenske modernismes kampskrift og inspirationskilde

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        Ordkonst och bildkonst. Om modärn skönlitteraturs dekadans. Om den modärna konstens vitalitet. Med ett förord av August Brunius.

      [Kolofon:] Stockholm, Bröderna Lagerström, 1913. 8:o. 64 s. Häftad. Ngt nött, omslagen (av Isaac Grünewald) smutsade, ett par blad med trista revor från uppskärningen (utan pappersförlust, och begränsade till yttermarginalen). Sista tre arken ouppskurna. Med författarens dedikation till en icke namngiven mottagare på s. [1]: "Vördsamt fr. förf.". Första upplagan av författarens tredje bok

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        The Happy Prince and Other Stories

      Duckworth and Co., 1913. 134pp. The Signed Limited Edition of just 260 copies. ilt title lettering. This copy has been rebound in a hard vellum coloured boards. The original central section from the front board has been laid into the center of the new binding, and the original rather worn spine has been laid onto the new spine. The original decorative endpapers have been preserved. With light sporadic foxing. Lots of in-text illustration and each of the five stories is introduced by a decorated initial. Previous owner's inscription dated Xmas 1917 on a blank prelim.

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        GOLD

      1913. Fine. WHITE, Stewart Edward. GOLD. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1913. First edition. 437 pp. + [1] + 13 pp. 8vo., green pictorial cloth with gilt spine and cover lettering, and cover scene in red, gilt and black. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on reverese of color frontispiece (not affecting image). Ther is light foxing to the signed page, but the other three plates are fine. Original publisher's one-page ad laid in. About fine in a very good pictorial dust jacket, with some light rubbing and faint soil. Novel of the gold-seekers if the nineteenth century; partially set in Panama. Scarce in dust jacket.

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        THE CONQUEST: The Story of a Negro Pioneer. By the Pioneer

      Woodruff Press Lincoln, NE: Woodruff Press, 1913. 311 pages. Meaures 19.8cm. Hardcover: original gray cloth binding, soiled, spine crimped; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Second edition. Minor staining to a few page edges and margins. Illustrated by a frontispiece portrait of author and 15 illustrations. Author was a pioneer of black cinema, beginning in the silent era and continuing into the 1940's, mostly for ghetto audiences. Afro-American novel; South Dakota. . Second edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        An artist in italy written and painted by walter tyndale, r.i. edinbourgh, s.d. (1913).

      Splendida ril. in perg., tit. e ricchi motivi oro al dorso e alla cop., taglio sup. in oro, cm 29x23, pp 307 di t., 26 pregev. tavv a colori applic. f.t. con veline di protez., copia n° 58 di 250 con firma dell'Autore. Ottimo esempl.

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        PEEK-A-BOOS AMONG THE BUNNIES

      1913. 1. (PRESTON,CHLOE)illus. THE PEEK-A-BOOS AMONG THE BUNNIES told by Z.H.. NY: Hodder & Stoughton, no date, ca 1913. Square 4to, pictorial boards, pictorial paste- on, some foxing and tips rubbed else VG. 1st US ed. The little Peek-A-Boos spend time in the rabbit warren. Illustrated by Preston with 8 fine color plates and pictorial endpapers and by George Howard-Vyse with numerous b&w's. Scarce.

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        Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales

      Constable & Co. Ltd 1913. 290pp. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Limited to 100 copies, of which this is number 12. Signed by W. Heath Robinson. Recently handsomely rebound in a richly gilt-illustrated red morocco at the Chelsea Bindery, with ornamental gilt stamping on front, raised gilt bands on spine, gilt line along edges and dentelling on the endpapers. Wonderful illustrations: 94 in black and white, and 16 in full colour. Gorgeous.

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        The South Pole: An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the "Fram," 1910-1912 (First American Edition, two volumes)

      Lee Keedick New York: Lee Keedick, 1913. Octavo, two volumes. First American Edition. Published one year after the English first (and correct first) edition, and a Canadian edition. Publisher's navy cloth, gilt titles and spine rule, top page edges gilt, single rule in blind on the front boards. Maps present at the rear of each volume. Amundsen's party, aboard the ship "Fram," reached the South Pole more than a month ahead of British Capt. Robert F. Scott and his crew, thanks to the help of sled dogs, which eventually provided a food source, and fur clothing instead of the wool worn by Scott's team. About Fine, with no dust jackets (presumed as issued). A hint of rubbing at the extremities, boards very slightly bowed. A superb example, housed in a custom clamshell box.

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        CHANCE A Tale in two Parts.

      vii, [1], 920, 3 - 406, [2], 8pp ad's dated ' Autumn 1913'; 31pp catalogue dated 'September 1913.' original decorative green cloth gilt. Octavo. First edition, second issue with a cancel title. Binding state A with 'V' in Methuen. Slight spotting on fore-edges; else a very good, tight and clean copy.

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

      Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology 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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        Gammel norsk vævkunst. Putetræk og tæpper i farvetrykte gjengivelser.

      Kristiania 1913. Tverr 4to. Gjennomillustrert.. I ett originalt helsjirtingbind. Komplett

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        FAENZA, bollettino del museo internazionale delle ceramiche in Faenza - Tutto il pubblicato nel periodo dal 1913 (anno primo) al 1982 (anno 68o), Faenza, Lega Fratelli, 1913

      formato brossura 12 x 25, pagine variabili. Storica rivista bimestrale all'inizio, ma poi con uscite irregolari, Fondata nel 1913 da GAETANO BALLARDINI, è da considerarsi la "STORIA DELLA CERAMICA" . Ricchissima documentazione e sopratutto CENTINAIA E CENTINAIA di fotografie ed illustrazioni DI OGGETTI PIU' DISPARATI COSTRUITI DAI MAESTRI CERAMISTI, anche in tavole fuori testo ed alcune a colori. COLLEZIONE IN SEQUENZA dal numero 1 del gennaio 1913 (anno primo) al numero 4 della fine del 1982- Ci furono uscite annuali di 6 numeri ed in altre solo 4: alcuni numeri sono doppi o tripli. Negli anni della guerra 1944 e 1945 l'editore sospese le pubblicazioni ed anche la cronologia delle annate saltò questi due anni. Presentiamo quindi in tutto 68 annate (pagine 9170 circa) tutte a fascicoli sciolti in buone condizioni (ed 8 annate sono ben rilegate), da dove mancano soltanto circa 14 numeri (a richiesta forniremo il dettaglio) La intera collezione viene offerta a

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        The Fairy Book. The Best Popular Fairy Stories Selected and Rendered Anew.

      London. Macmillan. 1913. 1st illustrated edn. Hardback, no d/w. 379pp. 32 colour illustrations by Warwick Goble with captioned tissue-guards (all present). Top edge gilt. Blue/green cloth boards with ornate gilt decoration to front and gilt titles and decoration to spine. Light bumps/rubs to extrems. Light foxing to prelims and block edge. Neat contemporary (1916) gift inscription to front free endpaper. Otherwise clean, bright and tight apart from one illustration which appears to have sprung and been re-glued and thus stands very slightly proud of the top edge of the text block.

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        Morandi Catalogo Generale

      First edition, in two volumes, Fine minus books (11 ¼” tall x 10” wide) and jackets – books have slight bow away from spine at top and jackets have very slight edge wear. Slipcase is Good with edge wear and a 4 to 5” split along one of the top seams. Slipcase has been reinforced with clear plastic tape along all the seams. Volume Primo 1913 through 1947 and Volume Secondo covers 1948 through 1964. Text is in Italian. Special shipping will be required at extra cost.

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