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        Passing of the Armies

      New York & London: Putnams, 1915. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. From commanding the 20th Maine (whose actions were recalled in Michael Shaara's historical fiction novel The Killer Angels and the 1993 movie Gettysburg) and earning the Medal of Honor at Little Round Top to the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox, Colonel (later General) Chamberlain participated in many of the Civil War's pivotal moments. Posthumously published after his post war career as Governor of Maine and president of Bowdoin College, this book deserves to be in any serious Civil War collection. Pencil gift inscription "1918" on free end paper, wear to head/tail of spine and bumping to corners. Text appears to be unread and is near perfect after almost a century.

      [Bookseller: Liberty Book Store]
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        Special Exhibition. Paintings, Drawings, Etchings, Lithographs and Sculptures by Henri Matisse.

      Montross Gallery. 1915 - A tan paper folding sheet, folds out to 235x95. Glue residue to rear cover from mounting. A short exhibition list for Matisse's first New York show. From the collection of Bernard Karpel. Very rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Roe and Moore]
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        A Christmas Carol

      London: William Heinemann,, 1915. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full purple morocco, decorative block to spine and front board gilt, twin rule to turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham, with 12 colour prints and 18 in black and white. The occasional minor blemish, an excellent copy finely bound. First Rackham edition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        BEDTIME BILLY (code number B457)

      Valentine & Sons, Ltd., Dundee & London 1915 - Attwell, Mabel Lucie. BEDTIME BILLY (code number B457). Dundee & London: Valentine & Sons, Ltd., circa 1915. First edition. Narrow folio - 4-5/8" x 13-11/16". Full color pictorial stiff card wrappers cut around the shape of a cute little Attwell boy dressed in striped pajamas with moveable arms rivetted in place. The wrappers exhibit minor rubbing around the die cut outline of the child, a crease across the neckline, a crease across the forehead right at Billy's hairline and a small crease near the rivet on each of his arms. This book is a very desirable, hard to find Attwell book in very nice shape. [16]pp. The book tells the story of Billy and how proud he is of his new pajamas and what trouble his pride gets him into. The good news is that Billy's troubles all occurred in a dream and he learns from his dream not to be so proud so his lesson was rather easily learned. Every other page has a full page black and white and red illustration by Mabel Lucie Attwell of Billy and his dolly friends including a Gollywog. Internally, there is minor offsetting to a few of the illustrations for what is still a lovely copy of the book. The condition of the book is VERY GOOD. Extremely rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Wallace & Clark, Booksellers]
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      Forster Groom & Co., 1915. - 1st edn inscribed presentation copy from the author to General E.J. Cooper commanding 58th Division dated (but not signed) December 11th 1915. 8vo. Original decorated grey cloth (tiny circular nick to upper board - otherwise bright VG). Pp. xv + 294, illus with b&w plates and maps + 3 folding maps in rear pocket (fore-edge lightly spotted; no other inscriptions). Balkan War 1912 - 1913. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rothwell & Dunworth (ABA, ILAB)]
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        My Army, O My Army

      Tyrrells, 1915, Hardcover (Embossed Cloth), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition, Illustrated By: Norman LindsayCover and loose colour insert by Norman Lindsay. Special Limited Edition of 250. Size: Quarto. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact, but spine is foxed. Moderate foxing front/rear pages, but body of book mostly clean and unfoxed. Deckled edges (rough cut), browned. Illustrator: Norman Lindsay. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Australia; 1900-1920; Australian Literature; Poetry. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 8962.

      [Bookseller: Mr Pickwick's Fine Old Books]
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        Der süsse Bronnen.

      . Radierung v. M. Fingesten, 1915, 30,8 24,5 (H) - Blattgr. 44,3 x 32,5 (H). Nechwatal, (S) 95 u. Abb. auf S.19 (als verkleinertes Exlibris). - Radierung in Schwarzbraun auf cremefarbenem Japan. Rechts unten von Fingesten und links unten vom Drucker Otto Felsing signiert. Sehr schöner Druck mit viel Plattenton und vollem Rand. - Sehr gut erhaltenes, seltenes Blatt..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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      London: Duckworth & Co., 1915.. Large octavo. Gilt cloth. Color frontis. Slight foxing to edges, usual slight offset to endsheets, otherwise a very good, bright copy. Second, extensively revised edition, considerably rewritten and with two added chapters. This is also the first edition to appear under the Duckworth imprint. A fine association copy, inscribed in the month of publication by the author on the front free endpaper to his good friend and patron of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Lady Margaret Brooke: "To the Ranee of Sarawak from the Author 28/9/15." Hudson and Brooke, wife of Sir Charles A.J. Brooke, Second Raja of Sarawak, were extensive correspondents, and 184 letters from Hudson to her (1912-1921) are at the HRC. PAYNE A20b.

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        Cathay For the Most Part From the Chinese of Rihaku, From the Notes of the Late Ernest Fenellosa, and the Decipherings of the Professors Mori and Ariga. Elkin Matthews.

      London, 1915, Book Condition: Very Good ConditionThese are translations, perhaps best thought of as reworkings of Chinese poems, largely by Rihaku and those contemporary critics who couldn?t praise the accuracy of the translation also couldn?t deny the beauty and significance of the English verse. This copy has the tiny ownership inscription of the early twentieth century book collector, R. M. J. Knaster dated 1918. 30pp sewn into original tan card wraps.

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        Die Nacht auf dem Alten Markt. Ein Spiel in vier Akten. Nach dem Jüdischen von Hugo Zuckermann. [Mit einem Vorwort von Martin Buber].

      Wien, Löwit 1915.. 8°. 5 Bll., 71 (2) S. farb. Textileinbd. d. Zt. In gutem Zustand. EA. vgl. Wininger V, 3 - Perez (1852-1915), "einer der größten jiddischen Schriftsteller". Dieses Buch erschien im Todesjahr des Verfassers als erster Band der 'Jüdischen Liebhaber-Bibliothek' in einer Auflage von 300 numerierten Exemplaren.

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      Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company,. 1915. Octavo, pp. [1-4] [1-2] 3-228, inserted frontispiece with color illustration by Walter L. Green,. original pictorial dark blue cloth, front panel stamped in lavender, black and gold, spine panel stamped in gold, pictorial endpapers.. Mild rubbing to spine ends and corner tips, a near fine copy in very. good four-color pictorial dust jacket with age-darkened spine panel. and some mild edge wear and rubbing; the stunning front panel. illustration (reproducing Green's color frontispiece) is bright. A. nice example of this scarce jacket. (#111958). First edition. An early atomic war novel, originally published as a serial in the SATURDAY EVENING POST, 14-28 November 1914. "The near future course of WWI is interrupted by messages from a mysterious PAX threatening super scientific punishments if war is not stopped. After some demonstrations, featuring rays, a flying ship and atomic energy, the nations obey." - Clute and Nicholls (eds), The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (1993), p. 1236. "Unusual in early science-fiction in paying heed to correct science. Many of Wood's scientific details are still valid, although the extrapolations from them are, of course, fantastic." - Bleiler, Science- Fiction: The Early Years 2199. "Indebted to Wells's THE WORLD SET FREE of a year earlier, to which [the novel] explicitly refers." - Brians, Nuclear Holocausts: Atomic War in Fiction, 1895-1984, p. 326. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-147; (1981) 1-159; (1987) 1-91; and (1995) 1-91. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 754. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 214. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 195. Reginald 14210.

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        The Spirit of the House : Being an Account of Caldicott Court - an Imaginary House - and of Some Who Dwelt There / by Kate Murray ; with Drawings and Plans Devised by Charles Wade

      London : Hodder and Stoughton, 1915, Hardback, First EditionNear fine copy in the original title-blocked cloth. Panel edges very slightly dust-toned as with age. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. Postcard and manuscript sined corresponence from the authr included. Ex-libris copy with bookplate attached; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 324 pages; Physical desc. : vii, 324 p. : front. , folding plans, ill. (some col. ) ; 20 cm. Genre: Fiction

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        The Rainbow

      London, Methuen & Co. Ltd.,, 1915. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full red morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, single rule to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Some light foxing, binding in fine condition. First Edition, First Impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Good Soldier: A Tale of Passion

      London John Lane 1915. Hardcover without jacket. Scarce first edition. Slightly cocked, with few marks on rear board. Edges and spine sides are slightly worn; leading corners and spine ends are bumped and fraying a little. Label over upper edge of front pastedown, partially visible on upper edge of front board. Very few small, minor marks on discoloured page block. Previous owner's name penned on FEP. Endpapers are tanned; minor foxing and age-related marks on a few pages within - never obscuring text. Hinge is slightly weak from age in a few places, the most noticeable instance being at p.272/3, but all pages remain intact. Very few pages have faintly creased leading corners. Despite these minor imperfections caused mainly by age, item is well-preserved, and all text remains clear. TS First Edition No Dust Jacket Hardcover Used. Good

      [Bookseller: PsychoBabel & Skoob Books]
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        Zille, Heinrich ( 1858 Radeb./Dresden - 1929 Berlin ), Zwei Frauen in der Stube,.

      . Kohlezeichnung, um 1915, 21 x 15. Herrlich schwungvoll und in typischer Manier. - Im alten Passepartout - Ausschnitt leicht nachgedunkelt, an den Ecken montiert. - Verso mit dem offiziellen Nachlassstempel in Rot (1) ( Lugt 2676b). - Das Blatt im säurefreien Passepartout. Provenienz: Nachlass des Künstlers, Galerie Galetzky Stuttgart, Privatsammlung Stuttgart. Die Arbeit hat Detlev Rosenbach im Original vorgelegen und die Echtheit wurde mit Schreiben vom 15.3.2011 bestätigt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke with cover design and decorations by Hal Gye and foreword by Henry Lawson

      Angus & Robertson, 1915, Hardcover (Original Cloth), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, First Edition, Illustrated By: Hal GyeX, 11-126, (2) pages, in original green cloth over boards, with green illustration on front panel. Slight bumping (curving) of all 4 external corners of the boards. Very slight rubbing to either side of the spine, slight loss of colour but no damage to the cloth. Softening of the tail of the spine. Light offset tanning of front and rear end pages. Small mark (approximately 3 mm long by about 2 mm wide) at the top of page 57. Otherwise a beautiful copy. Size: 8 vo - over 7?" - 9?" Tall. Please refer to the accompanying picture(s) Illustrator: Hal Gye. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Poetry; Inventory No: 0232489.

      [Bookseller: Syber's Books]
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        Interior of a Roman Church (del Gesù)

      Rome, 1915. Etching. Signed, dated and annotated "Trial proof, Rome..." 47 x 59 cm. Several tears in upper blank margin extending 1 inch into the 2 inch margin.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Arabia Infelix or the Turks in Yamen

      London: Macmilland and Co., Limited,, 1915. Octavo. Original red linen, title gilt to the spine. With the dust jacket. Frontispiece and 17 other plates, 3 full-page maps. A little rubbed at the extremities, spine a touch sunned, endpapers browned, text lightly toned, jacket skilfully restored. First edition, first impression. Decidedly uncommon in the jacket. Bury arrived in Arabia in 1896 and spent the next seventeen years exploring the region. In 1913 he was attached to the Arab Bureau on "special services"; "Bury of course was not a senior member of British officialdom, but his contribution seems none the less to have been considerable. In Cairo his talents were to be well used. To the British intelligence organization he brought nearl;y two decades of experience of Arabia. No one could rival that" (Macro, "The Red Sea and Wyman Bury …" in New Arabian Studies, IV, 1998). Contemporay pencilled ownership inscription of Percy Home with some marginalia.

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        The Works of Charles Dickens ( Complete in 22 Volumes ) ( Leather Bindings )

      London: Printed by Encyclopaedia Britannica., 1915. Complete in 22 volumes. Books measure 8 1/2 x 6 inches. Bound in quarter calf, cloth boards, raised bands, gilt lines and stamp, top gilt edges. Bindings very light rubbed, slightly faded, some minor rippling, a few minor indentations. All bindings in very good clean firm condition.Internally, pages and illustrations in very good clean condition.A very nice clean well bound set. . Quarter Calf. Very Good Plus. 8vo.

      [Bookseller: George Jeffery Books]
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      E.P.Dutton & Company, New York 1915 - The story of Scotts Northern Party covering 2 years on the ice after the Terra Nova failed to pick them up.Professionally rebound using the original cloth covers,dark blue with silver titles and silver pictorial plate on front cover.Paste downs and blank prelims.replaced.Indented library stamp on title page and catalogue number.The book is very clean,tidy and sound.There is 150 actual photoplate illustrations and fold out maps.Well presented volume.Rare book after a fire destroyed most of the original copies in the warehouse. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Thirty-Nine Steps

      Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood & Sons,, 1915. Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, twin rule to turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. First edition, first impression. The first of five novels featuring the detective Richard Hannay.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      New York: The Macmillan Company,. 1915. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9 [10] 11-181 [182: blank] [183-188: ads] [189-192: blank] [note: last two leaves are blanks], illustrations by Gordon Grant,. original pictorial red-brown cloth, front panel stamped in orange and yellow, spine panel stamped in orange, yellow and gold, fore and bottom edges rough trimmed, decorated endpapers.. A fine, bright copy in very good plus pictorial dust jacket with a. bit of darkening to spine panel, several small chips at top and. bottom edges of rear panel, narrow chip along crown of spine panel,. and light wear along the top edge of front panel A very attractive,. impressive example of the very scarce jacket. (#75716). First published edition, preceded by a copyright printing. A world catastrophe novel in the tradition of Mary Shelley's THE LAST MAN (1826) and M. P. Shiel's THE PURPLE CLOUD (1901). "Undoubtedly London's best fantastic story, told with considerable artistry and with less tub- thumping and breast-beating than usual." - Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 1358. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-109; (1981) 1-118; (1887) 1- 60; (1995) 1-60. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 517. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 142. Bleiler (1978), p. 126. Reginald 09150. BAL 11960. Baird and Greenwood, An Annotated Bibliography of California Fiction 1664-1970 1543.

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        Mars regiert die Stunde. Kriegs-Chronik. Zeichnungen von Peter Geh.

      o.O., o.J., [Berlin, 1915]. - GrGrSchr34-412995 2°. 63,5x46,5 cm. Braune Originalpappmappe mit 3 Flügeln, einem braunen Leinenrücken und einem montierten Deckelbild. 23 chromolithographische Tafeln (Tafel mit gedruckter Widmung und handschriftlicher Signatur von Kurt Teichmann, Ehrengedenktafel der Familie Topp, Tafeln 1-12, 14-18, 20-23). Die Tafeln 13 und 19 FEHLEN! Auf den Innendeckeln jeweils montiert ein Blatt mit Kartenskizzen von Peter Geh. Vorderer Innendeckel mit "Antwerpen u.s. Festungen", "Belfort und seine Vorwerke", Kriegsschauplatz im Osten", "Karte von Europa", Belgisch-Luxemburg-Deutsch-Französische-Grenze" und "Belgien". Hintere Innendeckel mit "Türkisch - Osmanisches Reich" und "Oesterreich-Ungarisch und Montenegrisch-Serbische Grenze". Die Mappe etwas abgenutzt und leicht verzogen. Die Tafelrückseiten zum Teil minimal braunfleckig. Die einzelnen Tafelecken sind minimal berieben und bestoßen. Sonst weisen die Tafeln keine Läsionen oder Anschmutzungen auf. Gutes Exemplar. Diese Mappe enthält 23 Tafeln (Illustriert von Peter Geh) mit einer zeitgenössischen Chronik des ersten Weltkrieges 1914/15. -- Aus dem Inhalt: Karten auf den Innendeckeln: Belgisch-Luxemburg-Deutsch-Französische Grenze ; Karte von Europa zum Völkerkrieg 1914/15 ; Kriegsschauplatz im Osten ; Belfort und seine Vorwerke ; Belgien ; Antwerpen u. s. Festungen ; Türkisches Reich - Osmanisches Reich ; Oesterreich-Ungarisch- und Montenegrinisch-Serbische Grenze. // Tafeln: (1) gedruckte Widmung an Erich Topp mit handschriftlicher Signatur von Kurt Teichmann ('Chronik über den Weltkrieg 1914/15. Seinen hochverehrten Lehrer und Freunde Herrn Dr. phil. Erich Topp zur dauernden Erinnerung an die unter der kraftvollen, ruhmreichen Führung des obersten Kriegsherrn Seiner Majestät des Deutschen Kaisers Königs von Preussen Wilhelm II vollbrachten Heldentaten unserer tapferen und treuen Soldaten gewidmet von Kurt Teichmann, Berlin den 18. Mai 1915') / (2) Ehren-Gedenktafel ('Es zogen hinaus in den Heldenkampf folgende Angehörige u. Nahestehende der Familie Topp -- unausgefüllt) / (Blatt 1-23) Unaufhaltsamer Siegeszug der verbündeten Reiche Deutschland und Oesterreich-Ungarn. Chronik. / (Bl. 5) zus.: Kommandierende Generäle der Deutschen Armee. / (Bl. 7) zus.: Feindliche Truppen. / (Bl.9) zus.: Verluste der feindlichen Flotten bis zum 1. Dezember 1914. / (Bl. 16) zus.: Der Kaiser zog in Feld mit seinen 7 Söhnen. / (Bl. 20) zus.: Das Eiserne Kreuz von M. v. SChunckendorff, 1813. / (Bl. 22) zus.: Durch Kampf zum Sieg in treuer Waffenbrüderschaft. Aus dem Tagebuch der Obersten Heeresleitung vom 3. Mai 1915. / (Bl. 23) zus.: gezeichnetes Porträt des 'Heerführers Generaloberst von Mackensen'. -- Die Tafel 12 endet mit dem '25. Nov.: Siegreiche Kämpfe bei Lodz u. Lowicz.', Tafel 14 beginnt mit dem '25. Nov.: Siegreiche Kämpfe bei Lodz u. Lowicz.' / Die Tafel 18 endet mit dem '14. Febr.: In d. Karpath w. 29000 Russ. gef.', Tafel 20 beginnt mit dem '9. März 1915: Auf der Lorettohöhe w. 6 frz. Offiz. u. 250 Mann gefgn'. 3300

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        The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, July 21st, 1915 - Third Instalment of "The War of 1920" and "England on the Brink of Revolution" By Aleister Crowley

      The International Monthly, New York, 1915, Stapled, Book Condition: Good, First EditionSize: 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall, 20 pages. Features: England on the Brink of Revolution, by Aleister Crowley; Building up the Business of Human Destruction - Article II - The Factories of the Great War, by George Sylvester Viereck - how U.S. manufacturers are turning from Peaceful trade; The War of 1920 - Third Instalment; I Am An American Submarine; Germany's Generous Concessions; What Would Jesus Have Said instead of Mayor Mitchel (of Baltimore?) who called for the removal of a poster of The Organization of American Women for Strict Neutrality; A Few Words with the British Ambassador, Sir Cecil Spring-Rice; "Amusement for Adventurers" - by Dr. Edmund von Mach; Germans are Patriots and Cosmopolites (Menzel's Remarkable Prophecy in 1839), by Louis Viereck; Roumania as a Liberator, by Dr. Ervin Acel-Starnemberg; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Covers almost loose and middle page loose but present, Magazine

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        The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, January 13th, 1915 - Field Marshal Von Der Goltz on Cover/Contribution By Aleister Crowley

      The International Monthly, New York, 1915, Stapled, Book Condition: Good, First EditionSize: 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall, 16 pages. Features: Great Britain's Paper Blockade of Germany and Austria-Hungary; Ships Seized and Detained by the British and French Authorities - a detailed list of the ships, their cargo, etc.; Alled Press Hysterical - young German reservists in New York accused of having obtained American passports by fraud; American Ships and British Arrogance - A Plain Statement of the Facts, the Law and the Precedents in the Issue Between the Governments of the United States and Great Britain, by William Bayard Hale; The Greatest Secret of German Progress, by Frank Koester; About the allegation of plagiariam against Count Bernstorff; Field Marshal Von Der Goltz; Buy American Goods; Hon. Joechoate Anti-German; Bringing Great Britain to Her Knees; Honesty is the Best Policy - Part 1 of 2, by Aleister Crowley; Interesting request for new advertisers - makes the case that neutral companies not avoid advertising in this publication; Stand Up and Meet the War - a poem by Wolcott Frederick; And more. Unmarked. Average wear. Binding intact. Openings along coverfold otherwise a sound copy, Magazine

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        The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, October 6th, 1915 - The Sham Peace Societies/The Future of the Submarine, By Aleister Crowley/The War of 1920 (continued)

      The International Monthly, New York, 1915, Stapled, Book Condition: Good, First EditionSize: 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall, Pages 145-164 (20 pages in this issue). Features: Why the Money Trust Wants War - The Sham Peace Societies - Part VII, by Charles A. Collman; Germany's Relation to Russia and to England, by Rudolph Eucken; The "Saturday Evening Post" Grows Vicous - this publication has grown vicously anti-German after beginning the war neutral - in fact they published a series of articles by Irwin S. Cobb - a linkage is made to the increase in advertising by munition factories in that publication; The Future of the Submarine, by Aleister Crowley; Notable American Hyphenates - a list of Americans pushing for war; A "Herald" Exposure Exposed - a sickly attempt to aid the English-French-Russian loan commission; Ireland Fails to Uphold England - Tory Newspaper Admits Failure of British Recruiting in the Emerald Isle; The War of 1920 (Continued); Zeppelins; Bulgaria; Our Recent Victories; Armenian Atrocities in England; The Allies' Offensive; "The Fatherland" and the Passaic Library; Belgium under German Rule, by Louis Viereck; Full-page ad for Budweiser on back cover features a Jeffersonian theme; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy, Magazine

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        Archive of six letters from the world renowned Jewish philosopher Martin Buber and one from Hebrew University founder Judah L. Magnes to Buber

      "Comprises letters in German: (1) Autograph Letter Signed ""Buber"" on postcard and ""Dr. Martin Buber"" in the return address portion on verso, 3.5"" x 5.5"". Zehlendorf, Berlin, Germany, November 11, 1915. Addressed by Buber to Dr. Jakob Kahan, Charlottenburg, Germany. Postmarked Berlin, November 12, 1915. In part, ""As my sister has informed me the position is already taken but not in a satisfactory manner. That is why there is a point to go back to this...the Gymnasium [school] has to pay 100..."" Stain at top just touching the upper portion of two letters of ""Zehlendorf."" Fine condition. (2) ALS ""Buber"" on postcard, 3.5"" x 5.5"". Heppenheim, Germany, May 31, 1917. Addressed by Buber to Dr. Abraham Sonne, Vienna. Postage stamp removed. Printed return address, in German: ""The Jew/Monthly Review/Publisher: Dr. Martin Buber..."" Buber asks Dr. Sonne if he can write something on Bialik for his magazine, ""The Jew."" Before World War I, Hebrew poet Abraham Sonne (Avraham Ben-Yitshak) had been a lecturer at the Teachers' College in Jerusalem. An economist and poet, he later served as executive secretary of the American Zionist Congress. Russian poet Chaim Nachman Bialik, considered the national poet of Israel even though he died 14 years before independence, was a well-known Hebrew writer whose publishing house was ordered closed just months after this letter was written, after the Russian Revolution. Fine condition. (3) Typed Letter Signed ""Dr. Martin Buber,"" two pages, 7.5"" x 9"", front and verso, Heppenheim, July 4, 1918. ""Committee for Works of Jewish Culture"" letterhead. To an unnamed professor describing his plans to publish a book about Hebrew literature through the 18th century. The exact content of the book has not yet been determined but all material will be carefully scrutinized. Buber says it is important that lay men be able to understand the book. He writes that professors Bloch, Blau, Elbogen, Güdemann, S. Krauss, Perles, and Poznansky have already agreed to contribute and he invites the recipient to submit an article as well; he offers a fee of 10 marks per page. Four words in Buber's hand. He had originally decided on the book's length to be 150 pages then corrected it to about 200 pages. Creased at edges. (4) TLS ""Buber,"" one page, 7.5"" x 9"". Heppenheim, July 26, 1918. ""Committee for Works of Jewish Culture"" letterhead. To unnamed recipient whom he addresses as ""Herr Doktor"" who has consented to contribute to the book referred to in the July 4, 1918 letter in this archive. Buber thanks him and replies to some questions asked. He assured the recipient that the book will be completely objective and that the contributors will decide the scope of their writings. Buber will send a list of the other writers and asks if he may receive the manuscript by the end of August. Two small tears at blank edges. Fine condition. (5) TLS ""Buber,"" one page, 7.5"" x 8.75"". Heppenheim, April 9, 1919. ""Committee for Works of Jewish Culture"" letterhead. To R.E. Weiss, Jewish Youth, Vienna. Buber is angry at Weiss for sending him material too late for the Passover issue. Because of the approaching holiday, he did not want to be rushed mailing the issue. Buber closes the letter with ""Mit Zionsgruss"" (with Zion greetings). The first day of Passover was April 15, 1919. Fine condition. With original stamped, postmarked envelope. (6) TLS ""Buber"" on postcard, 3.5"" x 5.5"". Heppenheim, Germany, May 29, 1919. To Karen Kajemeth, The Hague. Stamped and postmarked. Printed return address, in German: ""The Jew/Monthly Review/Publisher: Dr. Martin Buber..."" Karen Kajemeth LeYisroel (Jewish National Fund) was founded in 1901 at the Fifth Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland, to buy and develop land in Palestine for Jewish settlement. Buber has received the May 19th letter and wishes to know if Mr. Feiwel is ready to discuss the 3rd ""Erez Israel"" (""Land of Israel"") booklet. In 1902, Martin Buber, Berthold Feiwel, and Chaim Weizmann had founded the Jewish Publishing Company in Berlin. Two torn file holes at blank left margin. Recipient's rubber stampings and pencil notations. Fine condition. Also included: (7) Manuscript Statement Signed ""Martin Buber"" from Leipzig, no date, nothing in Buber's hand, concerning a lecture he read about in ""Die Welt,"" requesting that a lecture about Zionism be given in Leipzig. ""Buber"" is penned in Hebrew in another hand at top. (8) JUDAH L. MAGNES. ALS ""Judah"" in German, two pages, 5"" x 8.25"", front and verso. Letterhead of The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, June 15, 1935. In German to Martin Buber. Magnes had served as the university's first chancellor since he helped found the institution in 1918. The school's first Board of Governors included Martin Buber, Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, and Chaim Weizmann. In this letter, Dr. Magnes thanks Buber for his lecture and tells him that the next meeting of the board of governors will be held in Lucerne, Switzerland, on September 8th. At that meeting, Magnes was elected by the board as first President of The Hebrew University. He served from 1935 until his death in 1948. Fine condition."

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        Jessie Willcox Smith Autograph Letter

      - Four pages. "Cogslea," Mar. 26th. n.d. (ca. 1915). Interesting letter to a Mrss Ingersoll, possibly Frances E. Ingersoll, a fellow illustrator who had some illustrations in a St. Nicholas issue in 1913. Smith writes, "My Dear Miss Ingersoll, I received the enclosed yesterday from "The Century." Am so sorry-- Don't you want more to try Scribners- Would it not seem worth while to you to have them publish the story- then write out any illustrations as possibly only one- The truth of the matter is that my pictures cost a good deal and they are a little choosy about using them- Suppose you tell Ann Chapin to let you know direct & then return the the M.S. to ???? if they do not keep it- as it is unnecessary to have it sent dir [sic] to me- Wishing you all succes the next time. I am Cordially Yours, Jessie Willcox Smith." A wonderful four page letter on one octavo folded sheet. Letters by Jessie Willcox Smith are extremely rare, and this one shows her interest and kindness in responding to a solicitation for illustrations, and at the same time gives good indication how sought after and restrictive her publisher's were with respect to engaging work. Near fine.

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        Fish Spearing - Clayoquot [Man in Canoe with Spear]

      John Andrew & Son 1915, restrike. (Photograph) Very good. Fish Spearing - Clayoquot the North American Indian. Intended for Portfolio 11 as Plate 392 from Copyright Photograph 1915 by E. S. Curtis Re-struck Photogravure [John Andrew & Son.] Paper: 21 7 / 8" X 17 1 / 2" Image: 14 15 / 16" X 8"..

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      1915 - Softcover, 3 hole punched typewritten pages in Black Card folder with 3 hole double-tang fasteners. This is an original typewritten manuscript being the substance of a Course of Public Lectures delivered before the ASTROLOGICAL SOCIETY, in the months of January, February and March, 1915., 46 pp. (this work was later published in book formats stretching out the contents up to 99 pages), Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Note on the Zodiac, Lecture I, Lecture II, Lecture III, Map No. 1 - King George V., Map No. 2 - The Emperor of Austria, Map. No. 3 - The Kaiser, Map No. 4 - King Albert, Map No. 5 - The Summer Quater, Map No. 6, The SOLAR ECLIPSE, Map No. 7 - The Czar of Russia, Map No. 8 - The King of Italy, The King of Spain, The Queen of Holland -- end. 46 pp., (the specific notations to maps were handwritten in blue ink which confirms for us that this is indeed the original). RARE AND HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE ORIGINAL ALAN LEO TYPEWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT. Important work for those interested in Financial Astrology. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Waiting for the Canoe

      John Andrew & Son 1915, restrike. (Photograph) Very good. Waiting for the Canoe. The North American Indian. Intended for Portfolio 11 as Plate 387. From Copyright Photograph 1915 by E. S. Curtis Re-struck Photogravure [John Andrew & Son.] Paper: 21 7 / 8" X 17 1 / 2" Image: 15 1 / 2" X 10 1 / 2"..

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        Fine Autograph Letter signed "Edward" in purple crayon to Mrs Mackay, the housekeeper at Sandringham (1894-1972, King of Great Britain, Later the Duke of Windsor)

      1915 - apologising for not seeing her before he left, "alas my stay is all too short!! This is to ask you to get the visitor's book out of the King's sitting room and give it to Fig to bring down to the station so that Mr Thomas may sign. He should have done it this morning before we left but we forgot. There will be awful trouble if he does'nt do it!! .", 2 sides 8vo., no place, 4th November slightly creased At the beginning of the War the Prince had persuaded Godfrey Thomas to leave the Foreign Office and join him as part-time equerry

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        Map of Eastern Turkey In Asia, Syria And Western Persia.

      1915 - London: Royal Geographical Society, c.1915 Photozincographed map, dissected and laid on linen, folded into blue paper covers and presented, together with 5pp. pamphlet of accompanying notes, within blue pocket and case. 760 x 800mm. Slight damp spotting on verso. The Middle East, extending from the east coast of the Mediterranean to the Caspian and from the Black Sea south to Basra. The map is a compilation of the discoveries of various travellers, discussed in the notes, including Captains Aylmer and Butler in the Syrian Desert in 1908. Originally published 1910, the map was updated in 1915 to include the railways.

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        Encyclopaedia Medica 2nd Edition 13 Volumes Complete

      W, Green & Son, Edinburgh 1915 - Light blue cloth bindings with gilt lettering to spine, blind-stamp to front board. All volumes are tight and clean with only light markings to bindings. These are very heavy books and will require extra postage for delivery outside the UK. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Puppy Book.

      London: Frederick Warne 1915 - First edition, 4to, title leaf and 16 plates, being 8 images duplicated with and without the colour portions, original stiff card covers, coloured illustration to upper cover, spine and corners worn but binding sound, protected by a recent cloth folder. A very scarce Aldin item, one of several "Cecil Aldin’s Painting Books" published.

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        UNIVERSITY Of NORTH DAKOTA, 1915 - 1919.

      1915 - 1918, [Grand Forks]: 1915 - 625 b/w corner mounted photographs, mostly of a 'snapshot' variety; sizes range from 1-3/4" x 2-1/2' to 3-1/4" x 4-3/8" to 3-1/2" x 5/1/4" to 8" x 10". Most are of the first two sizes. Many are captioned, with a goodly number of people identified. Evidence of 3 removed photographs. One RPPC & a later [1956] snapshot laid-in. The album compiler, Ms Stumpf, after graduation would go on to be a Chemistry teacher at Spearfish State Normal Training School. Later, she would marry Chester Paterson, and move to Reno, Nevada. Herein she [primarily] documents her life at the University of North Dakota. while, as might be expected, many are images of friends & colleagues, also pictured a campus buildings, football games, the wireless lab, dorm life at Davis Hall, the State Oil Lab [in the Chemistry Building], the 1916 Coulee flood, the Girls Freshman Basketball team, Great Northern train wreck [October 2, 1915], the annual May Fete celebrations & the 1918 Flu epidemic. This photograph album a wonderful primary source, offering a unique visual documentary glimpse into the WWI era at this University. Album - VG. Most images Very Good or better. Commercial faux-leather, screw-post photograph album. Album: 11-1/4" x 15". 59 leaves of black mounting paper.

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        Uber die Entstehung der Eugsterschen Zwitterbienen

      Wilhelm Engelmann, Leipzig. PAMPHLET. First Separate edition. Offprint. Genetics. Cytology. Karl Sax and E. M. East ownership stamps front cover. Very good. Rare. Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good. 1915.

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        Antarctic Adventure: Scott's Northern Party

      - 1915 Dutton, NY, 1st edition, 8vo, pp.382, photo frontis w/ tissue guard, 149 bw photos, 4 diagrams, 3 folding maps, teg, silver lettered spine w/ portrayal of 3 men in sledging dress, silver lettered front w/ embossed, silver portrayal of camp site, ice blue cloth; cloth worn w/ some loss of silver particularly to spine, remnant of Henry S Hall bookplate, tight, very good, maps w/ original folds, fine. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Priestley was a member of Scott's British Antarctic Expedition (1910-13) and went with the six-man Northern Party to explore the coast of King Edward VII Land. Relief ships failed to pick them up forcing a second winter in a snow cave. This is based on his daily diary written over the course of their two-year separation from the main party. Uncommon. Conrad pg.186, Renard 1256, Rosove 256.A2, Spence 940. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hall, Henry S., Jr. (1895 – 1987) – AAC Councilor (1923-33, 47-49, 53-73), Secretary (1933-46), President (1950-52), Honorary Member (1962), and first Honorary President (1974-87). He was also a founder of the Harvard Mountaineering Club. He climbed in the Alps, New Zealand, Mexico, the Caucasus, Japan, Columbia, Alaska, British Columbia, and many parts of the US. He made a number of first ascents, and climbed such peaks as Waddington and Robson, and was a member of the team which made the first ascent of Logan. His significant financial support helped not only the Club but many expeditions maintain solvency. Hall was one of the most important members in the AAC’s history and the Club’s Library is named in his memory. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This book is from the collection of the American Alpine Club Library. Proceeds from the sale of this book go to benefit the Library. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fotografische Bildpostkarten um 1900 - 1920. Eine Sammlung.

      . Oleinen-Fotoalbum mit montierter Einbandillustration. Insgesamt von sehr guter, frischer Erhaltung.. Album, um 1915/20 mit 203 Bildpostkarten, von 1900 bis ca. 1920 aus Frankreich und Deutschland mit Personenmotiven. Der größte Teil der Sammlung konzentriert sich auf Kartengruppen von 3, 4 oder 6 Motiven aus jeweils einer Serie, der kleinere Teil sind Einzelmotive. Aufnahme in die Sammlung fanden nur Karten mit Personendarstellungen in Form von Einzelpersonen ( Frauen oder Männer) und Paarszenen (Frau und Mann, Junge und Mädchen) Der Schwerpunkt der Bilddarstellung liegt im profanen, alltäglichen wie Herzensleid ("Behalt mich lieb"), Trennung ("In der Heimat, da gibts ein Wiedersehn"), Frontgrüße, Neujahrs- oder Weihnachtsgrüße, Jahresbotschaften, Liebesbotschaften etc., aber auch reinen Porträts, Annäherungen an Pin-Ups, Modedarstellungen. In Ihnen spiegelt sich der Zeitgeist der Jahrhundertwende und des Ersten Weltkrieges. Mittels der Fotografie werden hier Wünsche, Sehnsüchte, Träume und Phantasien transportiert. Der größte Teil der Karten ist farbig, teils in Chromolithographie, teils koloriert, teils mit Golderhöhungen. Der geringere Teil ist schwarz-weiss. In der Mehrzahl sind die Karten postalisch gelaufen, einige sind völlig ungenutzt.Die Karten sind lose im Album gesteckt. Es liegen eine Einführung zu einer Ausstellung dieser Postkarten 1981, ein Text zu einer weiteren Ausstellung von Prof. Hermann Sturm und ein Katalog zur Bildpostkarte in Deutschland bei.

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        Die Blätterpilze (Agaricaceae) Deutschlands und der angrenzenden Länder, besonders Oesterreichs und der Schweiz.

      Leipzig, T.O. Weigel, 1915. 2 volumes. (text & atlas). Royal-8vo. pp. xxiv, 480, with 112 coloured plates. Original half cloth, gilt lettered spines. Nissen BBI, 1637.

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        Getting Acquainted - Original Film Poster

      UK 1915 - An original Charlie Chaplin Film Poster from 1915. It advertises his film Getting Acquainted. Getting Acquainted" is a 1914 American comedy silent film made by Keystone Studios starring Charlie Chaplin and Mabel Normand. Charlie and his wife are walking in the park when they encounter Ambrose and his wife where they become attracted to each other's wife and start chasing them around the park. The police get involved. The Old Liscard Palace Picture House near Liverpool was once a popular cinema situated on Seaview Road. It was opened on the 25th November 1911 and was originally called 'Liscard Electric Palace'. It could hold 700 picture-goers in the auditorium and balcony. It no longer exists. Softcover poster. In very good condition. Light crease to centre, string holeing to top edge. Edges lightly rubbed. Very rare. Digital images available upon request Ref 5666 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        [Stock Book]: Triangle Distributing Corporation Preferred

      New York: W.N. Perrin & Company. [circa 1915]. Film corporation stock book. Oblong octavo. Green boards with red canvas spine and gilt lettering. Wear to the extremities, staple holes on the front endpapers and light tidemarks, 45 of 50 stock certificates still attached along with the receipts of four others, very good plus. A stock book for the Triangle Distributing Corporation, the distribution arm of the Triangle Film Corporation, the first vertically integrated film production company, founded by D.W. Griffith, Mack Sennett, and Thomas Ince in 1915. The idea was that by producing feature-length films with the industry's premiere talent, including Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., and others, Triangle could charge more per picture. The studio produced several notable films but mismanagement and losses from Griffith's epic Intolerance doomed the venture by 1918. Accompanied by a copy of the book, Dreams for Sale: The Rise and Fall of the Triangle Film Corporation by Kalton C. Lahue. An interesting document from the nascent days of silent films. .

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        The History Of South African Cricket (3 Volumes)

      All vols. published in Johannesburg 1915 - Three volume set, comprising Luckin's two volumes (1876 to 1927) and a third by Louis Duffus (1927-47). A definitive record of cricket in South Africa from 1876. All volumes First Editions. Each large 8vo. Pagination per vol: 848pp. + 494pp. + 625pp. Each vol. profusely illustrated. The three uniformly bound in green full-calf with titles to spine lettered in golf leaf. Hand-made marbled end-papers. Contents bright and clean throughout all volumes with just come minor occasional spotting to end-papers of the second volume. A sumptuous set of this important record of cricket in South Africa. Volumes one and two are now quite scarce, while the third can be found relatively easily.  [Padwick, 3600, 3601, 3596]  

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      News-Capital Print, n.d. [ca. 1915]., n.d. [ca. 1915]. First edition. 21 cm. Pictorial wrappers, [1- 5] - 144 pp., frontispiece( portrait of author), dedication, illustrations, portraits. The history of the Oklahoma Penitentiary beginning with the inspection of the prison by Miss Kate Barnard who had been elected commissioner of charities and correction of the State of Oklahoma, in which she cited deplorable conditions, "a chamber of horrors, that vied with the Spanish Inquisition." Methods of punishment included the crib, the rack, water hole, dungeon, etc. Goes on to discuss improvements made throughout the years and various wardens. Includes a "Thrilling Account of the Riot at McAlester, Oklahoma, January 19, 1914, When Three Officers, One Federal Judge and Three Prisoners Were Killed." Biographies of employees throughout the years on pages 86 - 140. Book ends with 4 poems, 3 of them written by the author. Excellent information. Moderate wear to the spine ends, light old water stains to front and rear covers, light wear to the fore-edges of the covers, else a good, internally clean copy of a rare book.

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        Photograph of Secretary of State Robert Lansing and His Colleagues: Wilbur J. Carr, Breckinridge Long, Alvey A. Ader, and one other, signed in ink on the mount

      Washington, D.C: Harris & Ewing, n.d., ca. 1915 - Robert Lansing (1864-1928) was confirmed as Woodrow Wilson's Secretary of State in June 1915 and served until 1920. This is an informal group portrait at the State Department, depicting Lansing before a cabinet of maps and surrounded by junior associates Wilbur J. Carr, Breckinridge Long, and Alvey A. Ader, one of the old guard of the Department of State (LANSING, ROBERT) 9-1/2 x 7-1/2 inches. . On the photographer's printed mount. Fine. Tan morocco backed folding case

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        Reveries over Childhood and Youth / Early Memories; Some Chapters of Autobiography

      Cuala Press, Churchtown Dundrum. 1915. Limited Edition. H Hardcover. Very Good. No Jacket The book number above relates to three volumes from the Yeats family: "Reveries over Childhood and Youth" from William Butler Yeats; "Plates to accompany Reveries over childhood and youth by W. B. Yeats" and "Early Memories; some chapters of autobiography" by John Butler Yeats [father of W.B.]. All three are from the stable of the legendary Cuala Press a private press, started by Elizabeth Yeats. There is vivid and strong evidence in all three books of how her time with William Morris in London influenced her use of paper, print, font and decoration. "Reveries" is marked (by hand) number 56 of 425 copies published in 1915. "Early Memories" published in 1923 ("the second year of the Irish Free State") is one of five hundred copies printed. It has a preface by W.B. Yeats. Both of these books have some uncut pages. All three of these beautiful small books have board covers and cloth spines. All three have general handling and shelving wear to the covers and the corners. The slim volume of plates contains all the plates to accompany William Butler's "Reveries". The inside front and back covers and frontis and back papers have general marking and age related markings. All three spines are marked and worn. Inside, the pages are thick, thrillingly energetic and beautifully printed. The print is bold and fresh. The plates have foxing to the bottom rims. the black background of the 'memory harbour' plate is torn but the plate itself is not damaged. Some pages have foxing and handling marks, but in major generality the pages are unblemished by age or hand. These books may be owned with complete satisfaction, joy and pleasure. fk

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