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        Poemi lirici.

      Bologna, Zanichelli, 1914. PRIMA edizione. In 16mo (cm. 19,7); copertina originale; pp. 130, (2). Axs

      [Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo]
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        Ethnographie de Madagascar.

      A L'Imprimerie Nationale, Paris, 1908 / 1908 / 1914. - EA. 2 Bände in 3: Les Habitants de Madagascar, Tome Premier-Premiere Partie : Origine et Division des Indigenes / Tome Premier-Deuxieme Partie : Les Etrangers / Tome Deuxieme : Leur Aspect Physique - Leurs Caracteres Intellectuels et Moraux - La Vie Sociale a Madagascar : La Famille Malgache. Histoire Physique, Naturelle et Politique de Madagascar. Volume IV. Mit zusammen 23 Tafeln auf starkem Karton mit sehr zahlreichen fotogr. Abb. sowie weiterhin 4 Farbkarten, eine davon gefaltet und eine sehr große mehrfach gefaltete. OHalbLdr.-Bände auf 5 Bünden, mit marmorierten Deckeln und Vorsätzen sowie Rücken-Goldprägung. (4Bl.), 404 S. / S. 405 - 711 / (2Bl.), 376 S. plus Tafelteil. Folio-Format 31,5 x 25cm. Einbände leicht berieben, teils mit kleinen Kratzern, Ecken und Kanten etwas bestoßen - sehr solide äußere Erscheinung. Bis auf einige wenige Stockflecken ausgezeichneter Zustand, sehr sauber, vollständig, fest in der Bindung, keine Bibl.-Expl. Das "L'Histoire politique, physique et naturelle de Madagascar" gilt als da bedeutendste naturhistorische Werk über Madagaskar, es sind über 30 Bände erschienen, alle aufwändig gestaltet und hochwertig verarbeitet, viele selten, gesucht und teuer. Die Ethnographie-Bände gelten als besonders gesucht, nicht eine Nennung in den Auktionsverzeichnissen JAP. Hier vorliegend die Bände 1 und 2 in drei Bänden, gemeinsam von Alfred Grandidier und seinem Sohn Guillaume herausgegeben, ausgestattet u.a. mit zahrreichen großformatigen und ausdrucksstarken Fototafeln. In den Jahren 1917 bis 1928 erschienen 2 weitere Ethnographiebände, teils nur noch herausgegeben von Guillaume Grandidier. Schwergewichtige Raritäten (7,6kg) in attraktiven Original-Halblederbänden.

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        Guida e Album di Triora (Liguria Occidentale)

      Scuola Tip. Calasanziana - Firenze, FIRENZE 1914 - ITALIANO Fascicolo dei primi del XX secolo in stato discreto, coperta illustrata in cartoncino, staccata dalla legatura, su piatto inferiore fotografia in b. e n. della piazza della Collegiata di Triora, su piatto anteriore dedica autografa dell'autore, timbro "Ex libris A. Cangiano - Benevento" con numero d'inventario, fioritura sparsa, bordo e punte poco sfregati, tagli bruniti, pagine in buono stato. Con 36 incisioni e uno schizzo planimetrico, fuori formato, ben piegato. Eleganti testatine in nero. Ristampa. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        La Guerra Le sue cause e il suo significato - Discorsi pronunziati dall'on. H. H. Asquith, Primo Ministro d'Inghilterra (agosto-ottobre 1914) - Dedicati a S. M. il Rè Giorgio V

      Thomas Nelson & Sons - London, 1914. ITALIANO 0,07 Fascicolo dei primi del '900 in buono stato, coperta in cartoncino, su piatto anteriore ritratto fotografico dell'Autore, lacerazione sul bordo di piede del piatto anteriore e delle prime pagine, punte inferiori poco piegate, tracce di sporco e fioritura, foro su piatto inferiore e sulle ultime pagine, senza perdita di testo. Firma d'appartenenza su frontespizio. USATO

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        The History of Magic Including a Clear and Precise Exposition of Its Procedure, Its Rites and Its Mysteries

      David McKay Company, Philadelphia 1914 - Please note - the Book is the First American Edition. The DJ is the First (British) Edition). Some wear to extremities includings some fraying of cloth at head and tail of spine. There is an inconspicuous stain on cover. Endpapers are browned and bear two previous owner's signatures. Slight cracking at hinges of endpapers. Top edge gilt with some wear. The Jacket has small chips, tears & edgewear. Translated with a preface and notes by Arthur Edward Waite. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Trout Fly-Fishing in America

      E P Dutton 1914 - No 11 of 100, signed by the author on the limitation page. A well-preserved, sound, most collectible limited edition. Illustrated by H H Leonard, with 20 color plates of trout species and flies, 12 b/w plates. A handsome example of Southard's first book on fishing. Bound in three-quarter leather over pebbled cloth. Spine in six compartments, titles in gilt. Paper somewhat toned, overall very good condition indeed. Bruns S229; Wetzel p. 215 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Prinz von Theben. Ein Geschichtenbuch. Mit 25 Abbildungen nach Zeichnungen der Verfasserin und 3 farbigen Bildern von Franz Marc.

      Leipzig, Verlag der weißen Bücher 1914. 98 S. Text und 25 s/w-Tafeln und 3 Farbtafeln (Pochoirdruck), Orig.-Pappband (Einbandvariante mit Schrifttitel). Erste Ausgabe.- WG. 11; Raabe/Hannich-Bode 182.10.- Rückengelenke mit winziger Läsur, Einband minimal gebräunt. Insgesamt schönes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Literatur

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        Exceptional photo by Ernest Brooks, signed "Johnnie" and dated, (1905-1919, Prince, Son of George V & Queen Mary)

      1914 - showing him full length, wearing a sailor suit, 5¼" x 4" in mount 8" x 5", no place, One of the rarest Royal autographs, particularly in this format. From a Royal Collection.

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        LIEUTENANT BALL'S LETTERS FROM GALLIPOLI

      A complete and fully transcribed archive of nearly 60 uncensored letters written by Lieutenant, later Major C J P Ball DSO MC to his parent in the Isle of Wight whilst serving for the 29th Division RHA in Gallipoli. Ball was in the very first landings and was one of the last to leave, with the letter collection spanning the full period, giving a roughly weekly account with no letters apparently missing. The letters were written very freely. Ball was able to censor his own letters as he writes to his parents in a postscript on July 20th; " You can write quite freely these days. I censor my own letters, & yours are never opened , so you can write as you please". This had enabled him to write in-depth and detailed descriptions of actions, life and conditions at the front and in trenches, and to include material usually censored out. Ball was serving as a 2nd Lt Observation Officer, and therefore made it his business to be aware of all of the battlefield and what was going on.It was part of his job to site gun emplacements to enfilade Turkish trenches, which required reconnaissance in the front lines, which is described in harrowing detail. He worked closely with his Colonel and General, worked for a time as Adjutant, and his superiors seem to have been a useful and important officer. His connections gave him a fair amount of freedom, which enabled him to visit friends on offshore ships, and he was able to have some influence in promoting a family friend . The letters give a huge insight to the whole of the campaign on the Helles Peninsular, and we have been able to match events described in his letters to other written accounts of battlefield actions. The first group of nine letters & a postcard written pre Gallipoli landings from Jan to April, describe his voyage out to the Peninsula .The following 8 letters dating from April 29th to May 29th were written immediately after the landing, telling how he has been under fire, and how on his first night has had to go forward into the front lines. In subsequent letters Ball describes front line actions, night attacks, and how hoards of panic stricken men retreating had to be turned back with revolver threats. He writes about & describes his dug-out and position, how he has dug trenches for the horses, of gains to the front line, and sapping forward the front trenches. He walks over the bodies of dead Turks dug into the bottoms of trenches, complains about the stench and flies, and battles Dysentery. He is sniped whilst on reconnaissance, and has several narrow escapes. Charlie also mentions a friend in the RFC doing observation flights, German submarines in the bay, and the limited amount of ammunition the artillery have, meaning they can only fire so much each day. His responsibilities and the content of his letters change as he becomes Adjutant, and he later describes how the focus of action changes after the ANZAC landings at Suvla Bay. Ball praises the way 'Brother Turk' have been looking after the POWs, but complains that they don't bury their own dead. He displays a strong obsession with food and writes of the army bakery taking a direct hit on the first day of baking leaving them to enjoy just the bully beef and biscuits. Almost every letter home includes requests for luxury food parcels and clothing, and he is also very keen to receive letters from family members. Despite his privations, his letters home are generally upbeat, patriotic and full of a sense of duty, but he does not flinch from describing frightened soldiers, bungled attacks, and appalling conditions. The letters themselves are mainly easy to decipher, despite having been written in a variety of dugouts largely in indelible pencil. We have tried to transcribe the letters without correcting spellings or grammar. Punctuation is a little erratic, and capitalisation is also difficult to transcribe accurately because of Ball's handwriting style. Some names have been troublesome: we are not at all sure that "Danbury" is correct for the name of the Adjutant for example, it looks more like "Daubuz". Ball seems to use "z" in words like realise, but this might be the use of a long form of "s". We use [?] where we are uncertain of spellings or meaning, and any comments are also italicised. We have found two photographs of Ball online, and there were others showing officers on horses included with the letters which seem to show a younger and thinner Charlie Ball. Another photograph shows a soldier, possibly Ball's groom, holding a fine horse, and there are also letters and accounts, an unused Army book, a guide to Egypt etc. Ball's post war career is interesting. He translated a German account of the Gallipoli Campaign which was published, and used his Geology interest in a career in metallurgy, working with German companies, which must have given him some conflict in the interwar period. His diaries and other personal papers are held by the Imperial War Museum in London, Catalogue number Documents:13963. This archive is currently offered to UK purchasers only. Purchasers from outside of the UK can purchase the archive subject to our obtaining export licence approval. An important and very emotive collection.

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        Standing Orders for British East Africa Forces in the Field.

      1914 - Small 8vo. Pencil and ink ownership inscriptions and annotation to the blank leaves interspersed throughout the volume, some browning, pastedowns bubbled, otherwise very good in the original red cloth, covers marked, spine sunned, inner hinges cracked to the cords but holding. 25pp. interleaved with blank pages. Government Printer, Nairobi, n.d. but c. With the ownership inscriptions of F. Morris Elliott, an Intelligence Officer of the Intelligence Department, Kuja Camp, to the upper cover, and preliminary leaves, one of them dated ?27/XII/1914? A number of lists of rations - biscuits, jam, mustard - ammunition, numerous sums, and further annotations including the marking of certain paragraphs, one concerning bugle calls - ?No bugle calls, except the ?Alarm?, will be sounded in camps, or bivouacs, in the field, or on the march. This will not apply to actions in dense bush?, and another reminding officers that ?The proprietors of all liquor shops and public houses are forbidden to sell direct to troops without the authority of the Commander? Very scarce - only 500 copies printed. This one was obviously well-used. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
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        Sinbad the Sailor and other stories from the Arabian Nights.

      London Hodder & Stoughton n.d 1914 - First Dulac trade edition, 4to., 23 tipped-in colour plates, plates and text set within elaborate gilt borders, tissue guards, some spotting to preliminary pages, mostly to half-title, original tan and indigo blue flowered cloth, stamped with gilt lettering and ship design, spine gilt, edges of text block lightly spotted, which has wept onto some extreme page edges, otherwise a very attractive copy. Conolly Hughey 35a [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Programme for Fie! Fie! Fi–Fi! A Musical Comedy in Two Acts.

      Philadelphia: E. A. Wright Bank Note Co.,, 1914. Presented by the Princeton University Triangle Club, season of 1914–1915; [together with] Fie! Fie! Fi-Fi! A facsimile of the 1914 acting script and the musical score. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1996, number 130 of 500 copies. Small quarto. Original paper wrappers, black, orange and white decoration to front cover designed by I. E. Swart, stitched with white string as issued. Floorplan of theatre to last page. Very slight crease to centre, else an excellent copy. A remarkable survival of the original programme from the first tour of Fitzgerald's two-act musical comedy, presented by the Princeton Triangle Club. After premiering at Princeton on 19 December 1914, the Club went on a 3,500-mile Christmas tour, performing at Brooklyn, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, and Pittsburg between 21 and 31 December. A contemporary ownership inscription to the front cover ("Dec. 30, 1914, with Marion Willcox") places this programme at the Detroit performance. Two further performances were held the following year, in Newark and New York, on 20 February and 17 April 1915 respectively, bring the tour to a total of 14 performances. The programme is highly uncommon: institutionally there are just two known copies (one at the University of South Carolina and Fitzgerald's own annotated copy held by Princeton University Library). Fitzgerald's copy of the programme reveals some of his frustration with the final production: the programme credits Walker M. Ellis, the Triangle Club president who revised the dialogue, as the sole author of the book, which Fitzgerald corrected to read: "Book and lyrics by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1917. Revision by Walker Ellis, 1915". Fitzgerald was also denied the opportunity to act in his own play, since his low grades rendered him ineligible for extracurricular activities – next to the character Celeste in the cast list he wrote "My part – oh Hell!" Nonetheless, he later told his daughter Scottie that musical comedy was "more 'fun' than anything else a literary person can put their talents to", and gave the Triangle Club (which he had cited as a major factor in his decision to enrol at Princeton) a brief part in This Side of Paradise. Accompanying the programme is the book published as part of the Fitzgerald Centenary Celebration, containing full reproductions of both the first edition of the musical score – issued on 17 December 1914, two days before the first performance, and thus constituting Fitzgerald's first published work – and the original privately printed acting script, taken from one of only two surviving copies. Bruccoli writes that "the show was an undergraduate lark. Apart from the bibliographical importance of the printed acting script and the published musical score as Fitzgerald's first two books, the significance of the musical comedy is that it documents Fitzgerald's early professionalism. Before his eighteenth birthday he was mastering the word trade" (Bruccoli, p. x).

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        Tarzan of the Apes

      Chicaco: A. C. McClurg & Co, 1914. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. First state with no acorn above publisher's imprint on spine, and printer's slug "W. F. Hall Printing Co., Chicago" listed in two lines in Old English at the bottom of the copyright page. Very Good. Cloth a bit dulled at spine, lightly frayed at tips. Gilt dulled; oxidized and rubbed on spine. Inner hinges repaired with new free end papers added. One-inch repaired tear to the top edge of the half-title page, bumping and tears of decreasing size to the following several pages, several of which are mended as well. First state of the first printing.

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        The Winnowing-Fan : Poems On The Great War : Signed By The Author

      The First UK printing published by Elkin Mathews (London) in 1914. The BOOK is in Very Good++ or better condition. A little pushing at the spine ends with a few nicks at the lower spine end. Gilt titling to the front board and spine remain very bright. Light offsetting to the end papers. Free from inscriptions and erasures. Light spotting to the page edges in a few places. A tipped in 'British Museum W.C.1' plate to the half title which has been signed and dated by the author: ' Laurence Binyon, March 1935'. The famous collection of WW1 poems containing the first publication of 'For the Fallen' containing the famous lines : 'At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will still remember them.....'. No wrapper. Laurence Binyon worked for many years as a curator at the British Museum. A very scarce title more-so with such attributes.

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        The Life, Letters and Labours of Francis Galton

      Cambridge University Press 1914 - This is a set of 3 volumes, bound into four. Volume I: Birth 1822 to Marriage 1853. 1914. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Boards are marked and generally grubby. Corners are bumped, edges are worn. Spine is age darkened with bumping to ends. Front inner hinge is cracked. B/w frontispiece with tissue protection intact. Textblock is in good condition, clean and tight. 246 pp. B/w illustrations throughout. Contains the usual marks of an ex-library copy. Volume II: Researches of Middle Life. 1924. Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Boards are marked and generally grubby. Corners are bumped and edges are bumped, edges are worn. Spine is age darkened with bumping to ends. B/w frontispiece with tissue protection intact but creased. Textblock has one or two grubby marks but is generally clean, save for one ink blot to the rear of plate III which has spread to the edge of several other pages. Infrequent annotations to the textblock in pencil. 414 pp. B/w illustrations throughout. Contains the usual marks of an ex-library copy. Volume IIIA: Correlation, Personal Identification and Eugenics. 1930. Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Boards are marked and generally grubby. Corners are bumped, edges are worn. Spine is age darkened with bumping to ends. B/w frontispiece with tissue protection intact. Textblock is in good condition, clean and tight. 436 pp. B/w illustrations throughout. Contains the usual marks of an ex-library copy. Volume III: Characterisation, Especially by Letters, Index. 1930. Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Boards are marked and generally grubby. Corners are bumped, edges are worn. Spine is age darkened with bumping to ends. Title page has been repaired with book tape. B/w frontispiece. Textblock is in good condition, clean and tight. Pages numbered 441-673+ adverts. B/w illustrations throughout. Contains the usual marks of an ex-library copy. Additional photos are available upon request. When securely packed this item will weigh in the region of 7299g. The quoted postage for international orders is based on a standard book weight. Where a book is lighter, we will reduce the postage accordingly. If the book is heavier, we will request additional postage. We make no profit on postal charges. All our books are photographed so you can see what you are buying. ABE may, however, display a stock image whilst processing ours. (YBP Ref: 2204/29 15) Size: 4to - over 9 3/4" - 12" Tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Southern India. Its History, People, Commerce and Industrial Resources.

      London The Foreign and Colonial Compiling and Publishing Co. 1914 - First edition 4to, pp.766, many illustrations. A very good copy in the original gilt-decorated morocco, spine a little rubbed.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        Per l'inaugurazione del Tempietto alla Immacolata eretto dal Comm. Lorenzo Filidei e decorato dalla figlia Sig.na Laura - Omaggi a Maria

      Prem. Stab. Tipog. Emidio Maggi - Avellino, AVELLINO 1914 - ITALIANO Fascicolo dei primi del '900 in stato discreto, coperta illustrata in cartoncino, dorso con lacerazioni, punte poco piegate, bordo leggermente consumato, tagli bruniti, accenno di fioritura su tagli e prime due pagine, pagine, in carta patinata, ben conservate, testo racchiuso in delicata cornice tipografica, pagine da 65 a 68 con strappetto sul margine concavo. Tre illustrazioni in b. e n. e uno spartito fuori testo. Veste tipografica arricchita da eleganti finalini e cornici tipografiche.

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        Pakenham Letters 1800 to 1815.

      - [London], Privately printed, John and Edward Bumpus, 1914. 4t. Original red cloth-backed boards, spine lettered in gilt; pp. vii, 261, title in red and black, partly unopened and uncut, printed on high-quality paper; edges and corners of boards with wear, library marks (see provenance), light offseting from endpapers; internally very clean and fresh; provenance: ALS by a relative of Thomas Pakenham, 5th Earl of Longford (1864-1915), the editor of this book tipped in on preface leaf, dated 1919 accompanying the book sent to the Sir Thomas Moore Library in Shorncliffe, Kent (their bookplate and shelfmark). Extremely rare first edition of primary sources of one of Wellington's favourite commanders. The army officer Edward Michael Pakenham was the second son of Edward Michael Pakenham (second Baron Longford) and in 1809 joined Wellington 'who in 1806 had married his sister Catherine (Kitty), in the Peninsula after the battle of Talavera (27â€"8 July 1809). He liked, admired, and worked well with Wellington. He was employed as an assistant adjutant-general to the fusiliers; the officers of the battalion placed his portrait in the mess, and presented him with a sword valued at 200 guineas. He was appointed deputy adjutant-general in the Peninsula on 7 March 1810; no desk soldier, he disliked what he called "this insignificant clerking business" … Pakenham commanded a brigade of the two battalions 7th fusiliers and the Cameron Highlanders, in Sir Brent Spencer's division at Busaco and Fuentes d'Oñoro in 1810, and in 1811 he received the local rank of major-general in the Peninsula, and served with the headquarters staff. At the battle of Salamanca, on 22 July 1812, described by Wellington as the best manoeuvred battle in the whole war, Pakenham commanded the 3rd division, which broke the French centre. The two armies faced each other, and had been moving on parallel lines for three days. They saw each other clearly, from opposite rising grounds, as the valley between was not more than half a mile wide. Marmont's design was to interpose between Wellington and Badajoz; Wellington's object was to prevent this. In their eagerness to gain their point the French leading divisions outmarched those following, and thus left a vacant space in the centre, which Wellington saw, and at once exploited. ‘Now's your time, Ned’, he said to Pakenham, who was standing near him; Pakenham gave the order to his division, and began the movement which won the battle. Wellington wrote to the Horse Guards on 7 September 1812: "I put Pakenham to the third division, by General Picton's desire when he was ill; and I am very glad I did so, as I must say he made the movement which led to our success in the battle of 22 July last with a celerity and accuracy of which I doubt if there are very many capable, and without both it would not have answered its end. Pakenham may not be the brightest genius, but my partiality for him does not lead me astray when I tell you that he is one of the best we have" [Dispatches, 6.434]' (ODNB) He was killed in 1815 during the British assault on New Orleans, a campaign he very much disapproved of because it was more for blunder than military gains. This volume, which is not mentioned as a source in the Oxford Dictionary of Biography unites letters by Pakenham from the expedition to the West Indies and the Peninsular War, including one from Lady Wellington to another member of the Pakenham family and an 80-page memoir by Lt.-Colonel Campbell on the peninsular campaign and the end of Napoleon's reign in 1815. Other documents refer to the New Orleans campaign and Wellington's position. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Indien. Handbuch für Reisende. Mit 22 Karten, 33 Plänen und 8 Grundrissen.

      Leipzig, Baedeker, 1914. LXXIV + 358 S. OLwd. mit OSch. Mit allen Karten und Plänen. Hinrichsen D 499: Neudruck 1920 laut Schutzumschlag. - OSch. etw. fleckig. Schönes Expl. - Weitere Titelei am Schutzumschlag: Ceylon. Vorderindien. Birma. Die malayische Halbinsel. Siam. Java. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Reise

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        AESCHYLI TRAGOEDIAE EDIDIT UDALRICUS DE WILAMOWITZ-MOELLENDORFF. ACCEDUNT TABULAE III

      BEROLINI: WEIDMANNOS, 1914. RILEGATO. BUONO. 16 23. USATO

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        New Bartender's Guide & How to Mix Drinks "2 Books In One

      Baltimore, MD: I & M Ottenheimer, 1914. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 62 + 64 pp. First edition. Pale yellow printed wraps. Very Good. General wear and light creasing to wraps, with a larger crease to the front cover; small stain to front cover and edge of page block at top, not extending into the margins. Two books in one, featuring New Bartender's Guide, followed by How to Mix Drinks by Harry Montague.

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        CHILDREN'S CORNER

      - (LE MAIR,H.WILLEBEEK)illus. CHILDREN'S CORNER by R.H. Elkin. London & Philadelphia: Augener & McKay no date [1914]. Oblong 4to, gilt cloth, pictorial paste-on, Fine in repaired dust wrapper with 2 pieces off rear panel. Illustrated by Le Mair with 16 magnificent color plates to accompany rhymes by Elkin. Some of her most beautiful work, scarce in dust wrapper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Book of Genesis.

      London: Philip Lee Warner, publisher to the Medici Society Ltd,, 1914. Now printed in the authorised version and illustrated after drawings. Quarto. Original limp vellum, titles gilt to spine and front, green silk ties, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. With the original glassine wrapper. Accompanied by the duplicate suite of plates in the publisher's gilt-titled grey cloth chemise. Housed together in a brown morocco-backed bookform slipcase and chemise by Macdonald. Title page with lettering designed by Edith M. Engall and central ornament by Cayley Robinson, 10 colour plates after Cayley Robinson bound at the rear as issued, with captioned tissue guards. Duplicate set of the Cayley Robinson plates included loose in the publisher's accompanying chemise. Fine but for the glassine jacket which is lightly creased and with a few small chips and tears around the edges. First edition thus, tête de tirage vellum copy, number one of twelve copies printed on vellum aside from 500 paper copies printed by the Riccardi Press, and accompanied by a duplicate suite of the plates by illustrator Frederic Cayley Robinson (1862-1927). The colophon declares that of the twelve vellum copies, only ten were for sale, making it likely that this was one of only two hors commerce copies. No vellum copy has appeared at auction for a decade. This Book of Genesis "constitutes [Cayley Robinson's] finest achievement as a book illustrator" (ODNB). His "The Death of Abel", reproduced as the third plate and held at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, is considered his most enduring work. He also illustrated Maeterlinck's The Blue Bird, and is known for his Acts of Mercy painting series executed for the Middlesex Hospital 1915-20, four panels of which were exhibited at the National Gallery in 2010. This copy of Riccardi's finely produced Book of Genesis has the bookplate of esteemed collector Charles Conover Kalbfleisch (1868-1943), whose library sale, entitled The Arts of the Book, went through Park-Bernet Galleries, 10-11 January 1944. A laid-in photocopy of the relevant annotated page from the auction catalogue for that sale reveals that this copy sold for $80 hammer then. It was, incidentally, from Kalbfleisch that Henry Folger bought the fifth of his many First Folio Shakespares, paying $9,000 for it in 1900.

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        The Book of Genesis. Now printed in the authorised version and illustrated after drawings.

      London: Philip Lee Warner, publisher to the Medici Society Ltd, 1914 - Quarto. Original limp vellum, titles gilt to spine and front, green silk ties, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. With the original glassine wrapper. Accompanied by the duplicate suite of plates in the publisher's gilt-titled grey cloth chemise. Housed together in a brown morocco-backed bookform slipcase and chemise by Macdonald. Fine but for the glassine jacket which is lightly creased and with a few small chips and tears around the edges. Title page with lettering designed by Edith M. Engall and central ornament by Cayley Robinson, 10 colour plates after Cayley Robinson bound at the rear as issued, with captioned tissue guards. Duplicate set of the Cayley Robinson plates included loose in the publisher's accompanying chemise. First edition thus, tête de tirage vellum copy, number one of twelve copies printed on vellum aside from 500 paper copies printed by the Riccardi Press, and accompanied by a duplicate suite of the plates by illustrator Frederic Cayley Robinson (1862-1927). The colophon declares that of the twelve vellum copies, only ten were for sale, making it likely that this was one of only two hors commerce copies. No vellum copy has appeared at auction for a decade. This Book of Genesis "constitutes [Cayley Robinson's] finest achievement as a book illustrator" (ODNB). His "The Death of Abel", reproduced as the third plate and held at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, is considered his most enduring work. He also illustrated Maeterlinck's The Blue Bird, and is known for his Acts of Mercy painting series executed for the Middlesex Hospital 1915-20, four panels of which were exhibited at the National Gallery in 2010. This copy of Riccardi's finely produced Book of Genesis has the bookplate of esteemed collector Charles Conover Kalbfleisch (1868-1943), whose library sale, entitled The Arts of the Book, went through Park-Bernet Galleries, 10-11 January 1944. A laid-in photocopy of the relevant annotated page from the auction catalogue for that sale reveals that this copy sold for $80 hammer then. It was, incidentally, from Kalbfleisch that Henry Folger bought the fifth of his many First Folio Shakespares, paying $9,000 for it in 1900. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Das schmerzliche Meer. Frühe und neue Gedichte.

      Erste Ausgabe. - Eins von 100 nummerierten und vom Verfasser signierten Exemplaren davon erschienen 10 Exemplare auf Japanpapier mit einem Holzschnitt von Conrad Felixmüller in Ganzleder. - Rheiner kam 1914 als einer der Jüngsten in die exzentrische Gesellschaft des Cafés des Westens, wo er schnell Anschluss fand. Besonders engen Kontakt pflegte er dort mit Johannes R. Becher, der sich zu dieser Zeit durch Narkotika und vorgetäuschte Sucht dem Wehrdienst entzog. Diese Idee, wohl von Hardekopf kommend, sollte für Rheiner erfolglos bleiben und den Beginn seiner Abhängigkeit bedeuten. Gleichzeitig fasste er hier den Entschluss, sich als Dichter zu verdingen und so erschienen bereits im Folgejahr erste Arbeiten u.a. in Pfemferts ?Aktion?. Vom Dienst an der Front suspendiert und nach Berlin zurückgekehrt, verfiel Rheiner endgültig dem Lebensstil der Bohème und seiner Sucht. Die Vormittage verschlief er, die Nachmittage saß er die meiste Zeit im Romanischen Café, wo er bis in die Abendstunden blieb, um dann, heimgekehrt, des Nachts zu schreiben. Seine Texte fanden in den bedeutenden spätexpressionistischen Blättern Veröffentlichung. Überdies beteiligte sich Rheiner an der Gründung der ?Expressionistischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft Dresden?, worauf die Einrichtung des ?Dresdner Verlages von 1917? folgte, in dem, bis auf eine Ausnahme, alle seine selbstständigen Publikationen erschienen. Die letzten Jahre verbrachte er vereinsamt und vergessen an verschiedenen Orten, meist ohne feste Bleibe, bis er an einer Überdosis Morphium verstarb. (Vgl. Thomas Rietzschel. In: Walter Rheiner. Kokain. Lyrik, Prosa, Briefe. Leipzig 1985, S. 285-303.) - Einbandkanten stark berieben, Bll. teils stockfleckig. - Raabe/Hannich-B. 245. 3. - Jentsch 40.

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        Wright Brothers

      April 24, 1914. Autograph Letter Signed “Katharine Wright,” 3p, 5” x 6.5”, two conjoined sheets, front & verso. Dayton, Ohio, April 24, 1914. To Mrs. Needham. Second page toned. Third page has 2003 Wright Brothers and 2002 U.S. flag stamps affixed with Chico, CA December 17, 2003 postmark between the two. Fourth blank page bears the 37¢ Wright Brothers 2003 stamp with pictorial December 17, 2003 Kill Devil Hills, N.C., cancellation. Light wear at folds. Fine condition.In part, “Surely it was not that I did not appreciate your ‘shower’ of daffodils and hyacinths and jellies that I have been so tardy in thanking you but because I have been in such vile moods that I didn’t want to go near my desk … Father (and the rest of us) have been sampling his grape jelly to such an extent that one glass is gone…”Katharine became familiar with her older brothers’ business affairs. She and Orville joined Wilbur in Pau, France, early in 1909. While in Pau, Katharine flew as a passenger with Wilbur in front of British King Edward VII. Because her brothers were basically shy, she would do much of the talking to potential buyers. European newspapers called her the “third Wright brother” in jest and when the Wrights left France, the French awarded all three of them the Legion of Honor. When Wilbur died in 1912, Kate became an officer in the Wright Company. The National Aeronautic Association’s Katharine Wright Award was established in 1981 by the Gates Learjet Corporation and is made annually to a woman who has contributed to the success of others, or made a personal contribution to the advancement of the art, sport and science of aviation and space flight over an extended period of time.

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        The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

      London: Grant Richards Ltd, 1914. Hardcover (rebound) in good condition. No jacket. First edition, first printing. The hardcover is a little discoloured, with a few tiny marks on the back. Spelling mistake on spine; 's' missing at the end of Philanthropists. Half title page is lightly marked. Partial split on the gutter of the title page; the early pages are a little loose and tanned. Page 3 has a small tear on the upper edge. Some of the pages are a little marked and foxed throughout. A few lightly creased page corners. The binding is intact with clear text. CM. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good. Used.

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        The Ragged Trousered Philantrophists

      Grant Richards 1914 - First UK edition first impression from 1914 in VG++ condition there is a previous owner bookplate to front endpage and some toning to the facing page, other pages are clean, binding is firm there is some pushing to tip and tail of spine, a very faint number mark to the spine and another faint mark to rear top corner, please see pics, PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Wallenstein. Ein dramatisches Gedicht. Berlin, Maximilian-Gesellschaft, 1914-1915. 313 S. Mit 60 Lithographien von Hans Meid. 4. Brauner Maroquinband mit goldgepr. RTitel u. Deckelfileten sowie KGoldschnitt (RGelenke angeplatzt und restauriert) im OPp.-Schuber (Schuber angestaubt).

      Rodenberg 413 Jentsch XIII, 148-207b.- Eines von 300 Exemplaren der Jahresgabe 1914-15 für die Mitglieder der Maximilian-Gesellschaft, der Band wurde allerdings erst 1918 ausgeliefert. Ein Großteil der Graphiken stammt aus der Pan-Presse, die übrigen wurden bei Hermann Birkholz in Berlin gedruckt.- Vereinzelt etwas stockfleckig, hinterer Spiegel mit Sammler-Etikett 'C.A. Schaeffer, Prag-Gmunden'.- Siehe Abb.

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        Istoriia Russkoi Obshchestvennoi Mysli (The history of Russian social thought). Volumes 1-3.

      Moscow, USSR: Mir-15. 1914 - Three Volume Set. 8vo. 304, 268 & 294 pp., Burgundy Cloth. Good with sun-fading & wear on boards, end paper facing title page on Volume One detached, text blocks toned, else VG. Plates. Previous owner's signature on title pages. In Russian. First Edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Max Carrados

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd,, 1914. Octavo. Original red cloth, lettered in gilt to spine and in blind to front cover. Spine slightly rolled and lightly faded, spine ends slightly bumped, very light marking to covers. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "Josephine Mary Cockill with love from Ernest and Maisie [Bramah's wife] Aug. 15, 1918". Inscribed copies of Bramah's works are rare due to his famously reclusive nature. This is the first of five books in the Max Carrados series, detailing the adventures of a blind detective.

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        Richter's History and Records of Base Ball: The American Nation's Chief Sport

      Francis C. Richter, Philadelphia 1914 - First edition. 306pp., illustrated from photographs. A couple of small stains on the front fly, light discoloration from dampness on both boards, slight smudging in text, very good, internally near fine. A nice association copy of this classic baseball text Inscribed by Richter: "To Edward Martin Schoenborn, my friend and fellow lover of Base Ball with the compliments of the Author, Francis C. Richter. Philada., Pa. March 23, 1914." Schoenborn, who owned a successful cigar business, was the president of the Columbus (Ohio) Senators in the American Association. He is mentioned in the section "Leaders of Baseball" on page 285. In 1901 when it was impossible to raise money to keep a baseball team in Columbus, Schoenborn put his money behind the Columbus Senators, becoming president of the team in 1909. In 1923, Schoenborn was part of the group that purchased the Boston Red Sox.As a writer, Richter was an influent in the early development of the game. Beginning with the Philadelphia Day in 1872, then the Sunday World and Public Ledger, he was the first to set up a separate sports department for any newspaper. Richter was instrumental in the formation of the original American Association in 1882 and helped to place the Philadelphia Athletics in it. The next year he helped to organize the Phillies in the National League and started Sporting Life, a weekly newspaper, which became a force in baseball. In 1907 he was offered the presidency of the National League but turned it down. He edited the Reach Guide from its inception in 1901 to the 1926 volume, which he completed days before his death. A nice association copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        RUSSIA with Teheran, Port Arthur, and Peking, with 40 maps and 78 plans

      BAEDEKER 1914 - Unique édition en anglais de ce guide qui comprend, comme les deux dernières éditions du RUSSLAND de 1904 et 1912 une description du voyage en Transsibérien jusqu'à Pékin compris. A noter aussi une incursion en Iran. Avec la jaquette de protection.[The first and only English edition of this title and the most comprehensive volume on Russia. Poland and Finland are included as well as excursions to Tehran and Peking via the Trans-Siberian Railway "One of the rarest Baedekers, especially in the original jacket"]bel exemplaire (petit manque marginal à 4 ff, Hinrichsen, E 244 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Henri de Régnier vit ces douzes aquarelles de George BARBIER et se divertit à les chanter.

      MEYNIAL-CORRARD 1914 - Illustrations de George BARBIER. Paris, Librairie Meynial, Collection Pierre Corrard, 1914, in-8, en feuilles, chemise cartonnée à rabats, illustration centrale sur la couverture reprenant la vignette de titre. Ce troisième album contient douze aquarelles, réalisées au pochoir, de George BARBIER. En deux sonnets et douze poèmes Henri de REGNIER chante la femme, sa beauté, ses caprices et la magie de la palette de George BARBIER au raffinement hors-pair. Tirage limité à 300 exemplaires numérotés sur papier Japon des Manufactures de Shidzuoka. Un des 271 exemplaires sur le même papier signé du monogramme de George BARBIER. Infimes usures et légères salissures à la couverture, rabats en partis détachés ou avec déchirures, manque les cordons et rares taches internes. Livre

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        WWI Childrens Classic- Exceedingly Scarce] En Guerre!

      Berger-Levrault [1914], Paris - Oblong quarto. Original supeb color pictorial paper covered boards with picture of child riding a sytlized horse on a sagging platform, with large volumnuous white clouds and blue sky in background. This is the extremely rare children's book written and illustrated by Charlotte Schaller with gorgeous pochoir illustrations throughout. The first of two children's books on the war by Schaller(both written and illustrated by her, and both published during the war. The story depicts Boby, his two sisters, and the neighborhood children acting out the first few months of the WWI. On rocking horse, enlisting his toy soldiers, ally to Belgians. One illustration, anticipating Surrealism, enacts the battle of Liège. The Belgian army, tiny black figures less than one inch high, wages a futile assault on a pair of Prussian boots that dominate the entire landscape and sky. Corners bumped, covers worn, finger-soiled, inner hinge week, on the whole a very good copy, with illustrations very bright. Very well-preserved (considering its rarity and importance as such an Impressive children's book published during WW I, beautifully executed. With the calling card of "Berthe Phillipe" attached to the front free fly by way of smal thumbnail (contemporary). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Hunting and Hunted in the Belgian Congo

      London Smith Elder 1914 - First edition. 8vo., xvii, 263pp., frontispiece, 24 photographic plates, folding map, dark red half morocco gilt, an excellent copy. The author crossed the area north of Lake Albert, then into the Congo where he hunted elephant, rhonoceros, hippopotamus, etc. in the Lado Enclave. There are descriptions of encounters with cannibals and escaping an elephant stampede. Czech p40. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pakenham Letters 1800 to 1815.

      [London], Privately printed, John and Edward Bumpus, 1914. 4t. Original red cloth-backed boards, spine lettered in gilt; pp. vii, 261, title in red and black, partly unopened and uncut, printed on high-quality paper; edges and corners of boards with wear, library marks (see provenance), light offseting from endpapers; internally very clean and fresh; provenance: ALS by a relative of Thomas Pakenham, 5th Earl of Longford (1864-1915), the editor of this book tipped in on preface leaf, dated 1919 accompanying the book sent to the Sir Thomas Moore Library in Shorncliffe, Kent (their bookplate and shelfmark). Extremely rare first edition of primary sources of one of Wellington's favourite commanders. The army officer Edward Michael Pakenham was the second son of Edward Michael Pakenham (second Baron Longford) and in 1809 joined Wellington 'who in 1806 had married his sister Catherine (Kitty), in the Peninsula after the battle of Talavera (27-8 July 1809). He liked, admired, and worked well with Wellington. He was employed as an assistant adjutant-general to the fusiliers; the officers of the battalion placed his portrait in the mess, and presented him with a sword valued at 200 guineas. He was appointed deputy adjutant-general in the Peninsula on 7 March 1810; no desk soldier, he disliked what he called "this insignificant clerking business" ... Pakenham commanded a brigade of the two battalions 7th fusiliers and the Cameron Highlanders, in Sir Brent Spencer's division at Busaco and Fuentes d'Oñoro in 1810, and in 1811 he received the local rank of major-general in the Peninsula, and served with the headquarters staff. At the battle of Salamanca, on 22 July 1812, described by Wellington as the best manoeuvred battle in the whole war, Pakenham commanded the 3rd division, which broke the French centre. The two armies faced each other, and had been moving on parallel lines for three days. They saw each other clearly, from opposite rising grounds, as the valley between was not more than half a mile wide. Marmont's design was to interpose between Wellington and Badajoz; Wellington's object was to prevent this. In their eagerness to gain their point the French leading divisions outmarched those following, and thus left a vacant space in the centre, which Wellington saw, and at once exploited. 'Now's your time, Ned', he said to Pakenham, who was standing near him; Pakenham gave the order to his division, and began the movement which won the battle. Wellington wrote to the Horse Guards on 7 September 1812: "I put Pakenham to the third division, by General Picton's desire when he was ill; and I am very glad I did so, as I must say he made the movement which led to our success in the battle of 22 July last with a celerity and accuracy of which I doubt if there are very many capable, and without both it would not have answered its end. Pakenham may not be the brightest genius, but my partiality for him does not lead me astray when I tell you that he is one of the best we have" [Dispatches, 6.434]' (ODNB) He was killed in 1815 during the British assault on New Orleans, a campaign he very much disapproved of because it was more for blunder than military gains. This volume, which is not mentioned as a source in the Oxford Dictionary of Biography unites letters by Pakenham from the expedition to the West Indies and the Peninsular War, including one from Lady Wellington to another member of the Pakenham family and an 80-page memoir by Lt.-Colonel Campbell on the peninsular campaign and the end of Napoleon's reign in 1815. Other documents refer to the New Orleans campaign and Wellington's position.

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        Poems. Selected and Arranged by T. J. Cobden-Sanderson.

      Hammersmith: The Doves Press, 1914 - Octavo. Original limp vellum by Doves Press, title to spine gilt, fore and bottom edges uncut. Front cover gently bowed; an excellent bright copy. Printed in red and black. Limited edition, one of 200 copies printed on paper, from an edition of 212 (the additional 12 were printed on vellum). The book was printed just two years before Cobden-Sanderson threw the Doves typeface into the Thames, thus concluding the bitter dispute between him and his partner Emery Walker, and bringing the era of the Doves Press to a close. Doves Press 35.

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        Gutherie of the Times

      Doubleday, Page, New York 1914 - Gutherie of the Times by Joseph Altsheler. With inscribed “A Merry Christmas” on printed name card tipped in bearing Altsheler’s name. First edition in original printed pictorial cloth. Publisher: Doubleday, Page, New York, 1904. First edition with phrase on copyright page: Published, October 1904. Binding is in fine condition. Contents clean. 338 pages. Protected by Mylar. Inventory #C-019. Price: $500. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Richter's History and Records of Base Ball: The American Nation's Chief Sport

      Philadelphia: Francis C. Richter, 1914. Very Good. First edition. 306pp., illustrated from photographs. A couple of small stains on the front fly, light discoloration from dampness on both boards, slight smudging in text, very good, internally near fine. A nice association copy of this classic baseball text Inscribed by Richter: "To Edward Martin Schoenborn, my friend and fellow lover of Base Ball with the compliments of the Author, Francis C. Richter. Philada., Pa. March 23, 1914." Schoenborn, who owned a successful cigar business, was the president of the Columbus (Ohio) Senators in the American Association. He is mentioned in the section "Leaders of Baseball" on page 285. In 1901 when it was impossible to raise money to keep a baseball team in Columbus, Schoenborn put his money behind the Columbus Senators, becoming president of the team in 1909. In 1923, Schoenborn was part of the group that purchased the Boston Red Sox.As a writer, Richter was an influent in the early development of the game. Beginning with the Philadelphia Day in 1872, then the Sunday World and Public Ledger, he was the first to set up a separate sports department for any newspaper. Richter was instrumental in the formation of the original American Association in 1882 and helped to place the Philadelphia Athletics in it. The next year he helped to organize the Phillies in the National League and started Sporting Life, a weekly newspaper, which became a force in baseball. In 1907 he was offered the presidency of the National League but turned it down. He edited the Reach Guide from its inception in 1901 to the 1926 volume, which he completed days before his death. A nice association copy.

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        Karl Mays Gesammelte Werke komplette Vorkriegsausgabe der Bände 1-65 : Bd. 1: Durch die Wüste. 2: Durchs wilde Kurdistan. 3: Von Bagdad nach Stambul. 4: In den Schluchten des Balkan. 5: Durch das Land der Skipetaren. 6: Der Schut. 7: Winnetou I. 8: Winnetou II. 9: Winnetou III. 10: Orangen und Datteln. 11: Am stillen Ozean. 12: Am Rio de la Plata. 13: In den Kordilleren. 14: Old Surehand I. 15: Old Surehand II. 16: Im Lande des Mahdi I - Menschenjäger. 17: Im Land des Mahdi II - Der Mahdi. 18: Im Land des Mahdi III - Im Sudan. 19: Kapitän Kaiman. 20: Satan und Ischariot I - Die Felsenburg. 21: Satan und Ischariot II - Krüger Bei. 22: Satan und Ischariot III. 23: Auf fremden Pfaden. 24: Weihnacht. 25: Am Jenseits. 26: Der silberne Löwe I - D

      Karl May Verlag Radebeul bei Dresden - 1941. Verschiedene Auflagen. 1914 - 8°. Vorliegende die klassische grüne Oktavausgabe mit den farbigen Deckelbildern. Bis auf drei OHLn (6, 11 und 36) durchgehend die schöne Originalganzleinenausgabe. 27 Bände mit Originalschutzumschlägen (siehe Anmerkung). Gut erhaltene Ausgabe mit einigen taufrischen Exemplaren, 21 Bände nach unserer subjektiven Meinung im Zustand 1, zumeist mit kleinen Mängeln und wenigen Benutzungsspuren des Lesens und nur der Band 30 in einem eher mäßigen Zustand. Insgesamt schöne und dekorative Reihe. Mündliche Anfragen können nicht bearbeitet werden, bitte eine mail schicken! -- Eine detaillierte Liste mit den genauen Angaben nach Hermesheimer kann gerne übersendet werden. -- Bände 12 und 64 mit den Vorkriegsbuchblöcken in einer später heraus gebrachten Ausgabe (1951 und 1949), jedoch nur an kleinsten Details zu erkennen. - Die Bände 2, 6, 8, 11, 12, 27, 46, 60, 62 und 65 mit den grünen Schutzumschlägen mit Palme. Die Bände 1, 14, 15, 17, 21, 22, 26, 28, 29, 35, 38, 39 und 41 mit den weißen Schutzumschlägen mit Palme. Die Bände 40, 49, 53 und 55 mit den weißen Schutzumschlägen ohne Palme. -- Versand in 2 Packstücken zu 20€ Inlandsversand, 40€ innerhalb der EU, andere Länder bitte anfragen! WestUe [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        How to dress salmon flies. A handbook for amateurs.

      1914 - Ashburton: The Flyfisher's Classic Libary 1997. 8vo. Publisher's black leather with gilt motif to upper board, gilt lettering and raised bands to spine, bevelled edges, all edges gilt, in black cloth solander box; pp. xvi + 248, 12 plates mostly in colour, text illustrations, with fly dressed by Steen Ørvad Jensen in recessed oval mount to front pastedown; fine. No. 23 of limited deluxe edition of 55. The scarce first edition was published in 1914. Written by an amateur, this is "the most notable book to date on the subject since Kelson. Indispensable to the learner; his flies are distinguished by their beauty and finish and his descriptions are lucid." (Robb, Notable Angling Literature, 1947). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le Roman de Tristan et Iseut. Renouvelé par Joseph Bédier. Illustrations de Robert Engels.

      - Paris, Editions d'Art, H. Piazza, 1914. In-8 carré, 199-(3) pp., reliure demi-maroquin à coins (Joly fils), dos mosaïqué orné, tête dorée, couverture et dos conservés (nerfs un peu frottés). Illustré de jolies figures en couleurs d'Engels. Agréable exemplaire, richement relié. * Voir photographies / See pictures. *** Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** Langue : Français

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        Publisher's Mockup or Prospectus for an Unpublished Magazine]: The Woman Investor. Vol. 1, No. 1. February 1914

      The Woman Investor, New York 1914 - Quarto (12" x 9"). 21, [3]pp. First and last leaves a little stained, detached at the spine, very good. Original publisher's mockup, containing the basic outline of the magazine with empty spaces for the still-unwritten articles. The first attempt at a magazine featuring women as investors. The lead article to be written by Jane Addams was titled "Dollars and Sense." Other projected articles (presumably never written or published) include "The Million Who are Taboo" by Anne Faulkner; "The Test of Investment Capacity" by Mrs. Russell Sage; and "The Words of His Mouth: Concerning a Finance Gentleman who was so Smooth he Slipped" by Elizabeth Beecher. On page four the editor or publisher prints a page-long statement of purpose with a decidedly feminist opening statement: "Women stockholders are denied equality with men stockholders." And further on, concerning the magazine: "It is likely to be found as militant. It will be as fair, though, as it is outspoken." We can find no further information about this intended publication and no publisher or editor is named. OCLC locates no copies; there is no record that the magazine was ever published. Perhaps unique.

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