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        Histoire Illustrée de la Guerre de 1914

      Gounouilhou, éditeur, Paris 1915 - Son 17 tomos en dos volúmenes 8vols. volumen(es)/volume(s) varias pp páginas [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members)]
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        [Program]: Score Book. Red Sox vs Philadelphia. 1915 World's Series [Game Three]

      Boston, Mass: Lincoln Eng. Co, 1915. Very Good. Quarto. Stapled illustrated wrappers printed in blue and red with halftone images. Vertical crease with a little rubbing on the crease, slightly misfolded, and slight oxidizing on the staples, about very good. Scored in pencil. Program for the third game of Babe Ruth's first World Series. The Red Sox won the game 2-1 with Dutch Leonard getting the win over Grover Cleveland Alexander to go up in the Series two games to one. The Red Sox, featuring future Hall of Famers Harry Hooper, Herb Pennock, Tris Speaker, and Ruth, eventually won the Series four games to one. The Series featured terrific pitching with three of the five games ending with scores of 2-1 and another with the score of 3-1. The final game, a comparative offensive barrage, was won by the Red Sox with the score of 5-4.Ruth, a pitcher at the time, didn't pitch, and appeared in only Game One, grounding out as a pinch hitter in the 9th inning. Although Fenway Park was home to the Red Sox, the Boston-hosted games were played at Braves Field to take advantage of the newly renovated and larger park. The program includes two team photos of the Red Sox - one an official image, the other on the rear cover advertising the team in their Stag Wear brand sweaters, both are in blue-toned ink; and both picture a cheerful Babe Ruth in the back row.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Gazetteer of the Persian Gulf Oman and Central Arabia The Historical Section Parts I and II

      First edition. One volume in two (lacking the genealogical table case/volume). Tall 8vo. Original half morocco with purple cloth-covered boards, five raised bands and gilt lettering to spines, binding tooled "Secret" in the uppermost panel (this blacked out on part I). Remnants of small paper label to front board of part I, small dent to edge of back board of part II, bindings very good otherwise. First four leaves of part I slightly fragile and creased at inner bottom corner, rest of interior pages (for both parts) very clean, strong and fresh. Overall, an exceptionally good copy of a book usually found in fairly poor condition. cxxx, 1624; cxxx, 1625-2741 pp. Calcutta, Superintendent Government Printing, 1915.  

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.]
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        Meisterwerke der Steinschneidekunst. BAND III (apart).

      Ohne Ort [vor ] 1915 - 24 goldpapiergefaßte Gipsrepliken antiker Gemmen unterschiedlicher Größe, montiert in privater leinenüberzogener Holzschatulle in Buchform, ca.25 x 20 cm. Die Gemmengüsse, auf dem Boden der Kassette von alter Hand numeriert, zeigen tls. weibliche u. männliche Köpfe in Halbprofil, tls. Figuren in ganzer Gestalt. Vermutlich Darstellungen aus der antiken Mythologie, darunter eine männliche Figur, Kithara spielend; eine andere rückwärts auf einem Löwen reitend; eine ein Viergespann dahinjagender Rosse lenkend; frontal ein Löwenkopf. - Die Gemmen sind rund oder oval, von ca. 2 bis 4 cm Durchmesser, bzw. 2 x 1 bis 5 x 3 cm. - Herkunft vermutlich Sammlung Paul Heinrich Trummer (vgl. die 9 Bände im Hamburger Staatsarchiv (Sign. HIII,3). Diese gleichen im Einband dem uns vorliegenden Exemplar u. sind im vord. Innendeckel mit gedruckten (Abt. 1-4) bzw. handschriftlichen Inhaltsverzeichnissen versehen; der dort mit Abt. 3 (Nrn. 41-60) bezeichnete Band ist jedoch nicht mit diesem vorliegenden "III" identisch, ebensowenig wie einer der anderen. - Der Hamburger Kaufmann Paul Heinrich Trummer (1862-1915) wollte seine Sammlungen (darunter als bedeutendstes eine Sammlung von über 50.000 Siegeln bzw. Siegel-Abgüssen) dem Staatsarchiv überlassen, das sie 1920 endgültig von der Witwe Amalie, geb. Schönborn (1874-1951) erwerben konnte. Bekannt ist, daß er zu Lebzeiten auch Einzelnes an Archive u. Vereine verschenkt hat (vgl. Frank Erik Weber: Die Bibliothek der Trummer-Sammlung im Staatsarchiv Hamburg). - Innendeckel wenig stockfleckig; gutes Exemplar. - Selten!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel]
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        Contribución al conocimiento de los centros nerviosos de los insectos

      Imprenta de hijos de Nicolás Moya, Madrid 1915 - Rústica, 164p+ 2 láminas, 4º menor. Contiene ilustraciones y 2 láminas plegables en color. Incluye dedicatoria de Domingo Sánchez. Sello anterior propietario, Encuadernación deslucida con puntos de fatiga y pequeñas faltas en bordes y lomo, el interior bien conservado. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: ColeccionMGS]
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        Le Livre du passé mort.

      - Porto, Officinas da Empreza Litt. e Typographica, 1915. In-8, n.p., broché, couverture ornée à lacets. Edition originale du premier livre de la poétesse portugaise. ENVOI autographe signé à Claude Farrère (?), daté de Lisbonne, 1929. Agréable exemplaire. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). *** 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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        Die Bibel oder die ganze heiligen Schrift

      Bibel von 1915 mit einem handschriftlichen Eintrag vom 01.03.1916

      [Bookseller: 1949moni]
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        Les eaux-fortes et lithographies de Joannès Drevet. Quatre-vingt-quatre reproductions dans le texte et hors texte.

      Lyon, Cumin et Masson, 1915, plein veau de l'époque, dos orné, plat sup. illustré d'une eau-forte avec filets dorés d'encadrement, dentelle dorée int., couv. conservée, tête dorée, sous emboîtage. -Très bel exemplaire. - in-4 de 120 pp. + 49 pl. h.t. accompagnées chacune d'une serpente légendée (une pl. est accompagnée d'une serpente muette) ; Edition originale.Tiré à 305 exemplaires. Un des 50 ex. sur vélin du Marais.

      [Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE PHILIPPE SERIGNAN]
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        [Program]: Score Book. Red Sox vs Philadelphia. 1915 World's Series [Game Three]

      Boston, Mass: Lincoln Eng. Co, 1915. Very Good. Quarto. Stapled illustrated wrappers printed in blue and red with halftone images. Vertical crease with a little rubbing on the crease, slightly misfolded, and slight oxidizing on the staples, about very good. Scored in pencil. Program for the third game of Babe Ruth's first World Series. The Red Sox won the game 2-1 with Dutch Leonard getting the win over Grover Cleveland Alexander to go up in the Series two games to one. The Red Sox, featuring future Hall of Famers Harry Hooper, Herb Pennock, Tris Speaker, and Ruth, eventually won the Series four games to one. The Series featured terrific pitching with three of the five games ending with scores of 2-1 and another with the score of 3-1. The final game, a comparative offensive barrage, was won by the Red Sox with the score of 5-4.Ruth, a pitcher at the time, didn't pitch, and appeared in only Game One, grounding out as a pinch hitter in the 9th inning. Although Fenway Park was home to the Red Sox, the Boston-hosted games were played at Braves Field to take advantage of the newly renovated and larger park. The program includes two team photos of the Red Sox - one an official image, the other on the rear cover advertising the team in their Stag Wear brand sweaters, both are in blue-toned ink; and both picture a cheerful Babe Ruth in the back row.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        [Manuscript in Ink and Pencil]

      Mexico, 1915. Octavo (18 x 12 cm.), 150 pages. Not illustrated. Text in Spanish. A manuscript cookbook, written in a single, very legible hand on unlined paper in a blank notebook. The hand suggests a single recorder, though variations in pencil, ink and size, suggest the recipes were recorded at various moments through time. One hundred forty one recipes fill one hundred eighteen pages of the blank book, with pagination provided by a dark blue rubber stamp in the upper outer corner of each page. Recipes include vol au vent shells; many breads, some French, some Italian and some Mexican. A cake recipe - Gauteau de Eloisa, Italian meringues, Tostaditas, a yeast recipe - Snow Cakes, baked peaches, muffins, both Devil's and Angel's Food Cakes, and much more, including quite a few soup recipes. This is a sophisticated collection with many European entries, but including quite a number of Mexican ones. The selection of recipes, as well as a few annotation leads us to believe this was the collection of a professional cook. A man's ownership signature, "Cutberto Monterrubia" on the front pastedown also suggests, perhaps, professional relationship with food, perhaps a chef or owner of a restaurant. Text block shaken; rear hinge started, but internally clean and text quite legible. Paper-covered boards with a red and black stipple pattern; cloth spine; edgeworn. Front cover decorated with Mexican stamps and cigar labels, worn.

      [Bookseller: Rabelais - Fine Books on Food & Drink]
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        Youth

      London: I. Narodiczky, Printer, 1915. First edition, one of only about 100 copies. [3]-18 pp. 8vo. Publisher's printed wrappers, staple-bound. Near fine. First edition, one of only about 100 copies. [3]-18 pp. 8vo. First edition of Rosenberg's second book, a fragile pamphlet of 22 poems privately printed in an edition of about 100 copies. One of the most promising literary and artistic talents of the period, Rosenberg was killed at the age of 27 on the Somme in 1918. Youth was the second of three lifetime publications by Rosenberg who raised the money to pay for the printing by selling three of his drawings (see Cohen, Journey to the Trenches: The Life of Isaac Rosenberg, 1890-1918, London, 1975). A spectacular copy of a pamphlet often found with its covers chipped and worn.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Great War.

      Philadelphia: George Barrie's Son,, [c.1915]. 5 volumes, octavo (238 x 163 mm). Contemporary brown morocco, titles and centre tool to spines gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards with cornerpieces, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. With numerous illustrations. Spines faded and rubbed, a very good set. Fourth edition revised with addenda. A substantial history of the First World War.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Organisation Politique et Administrative et Legislation de L\'Alsace - Lorraine

      Imprimerie Nationale Paris, 1915. Gebundene Ausgabe Hardcover Ledereinband,mit 885 S.Einband etwas berieben,sonst gut erhalten. Auf Wunsch sende ich ihnen gerne das Inhaltsverzeichnis zu.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Klaus Böttcher]
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        Ampio ed interessante carteggio costituito da diciassette lettere della primogenita di Giuseppe Garibaldi e Francesca Armosino di cui otto autografe firmate, le altre dattiloscritte con firma autografa, di cui una diretta all'Avvocato Giuseppe Leti, le rimanenti ai figli dello stesso. Datate tra il 1915 e il 1955 sono scritte da Ardenza e Caprera. Di particolare interesse la nota scritta al verso di una cart. postale fotografica, che recita: "Sono nata a Caprera il 16 febbraio 1867. Questa istantanea mi e' stata fatta qui, nel mio giardino il 22 settembre 1946. Mi dispiace che non si possano vedere i pochissimi fili bianchi che ho fra i capelli che - dato la mia eta' - avrei voluto tutti candidi". Di seguito alcuni tra i passi piu' significativi dell'intero insieme, nel quale si tratta prevalentemente della collaborazione di Clelia ad alcuni scritti in onore dell'Avvocato Leti. "Ho ricevuto tempo fa il bellissimo volume di Suo Padre per il quale tanto, tanto la ringrazio. Era un'opera che ancora non conoscevo...Oggi ho ricevuto le bozze della sua monografia e mi impegno a mandarle quanto prima le bozze a cui Leti tanto tiene. E' una gioia per me poter parlare di Suo padre al quale ero legata da sentimenti di sincera e profonda amicizia. Alla nota biografica che mi riguarda leverei la parte politica, ma saro' piu' precisa in una prossima mia..." (Caprera 10/6/1951). Accluse quattro buste affr. con ind. autografi. Unite due lettere datt. con firma autografa su biglietti da visita completi di buste affr. Clelia Garibaldi fu scrittrice italiana che dedico' tutta la vita alla memoria del padre, curando la casa museo di Caprera, accogliendo ospiti e visitatori e scrivendo le sue memorie.

      1915.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Lim Antiqua s.a.s.]
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        Fine full-length original photograph of the noted ballroom dancer in costume, posed on a pedestal holding flowers in each hand linked by a single floral strand. Signed in ink at lower right: "Internationally yours Irene Castle," with "Campbell Studio NY." in pencil below

      1915. Irene and Vernon Castle (1887-1918) were noted American ballroom and exhibition dancers. "The Castles (married in 1911) began to appear as a dance team in New York clubs in 1912. They danced in the musical The Sunshine Girl (1913), gaining wide appeal partly because of the enthusiasm among the upper classes in New York for the new steps of vernacular dance. By 1914 they had become the city's most popular social dance team, appearing in Broadway shows and silent films, and they enjoyed great success with their book Modern Dancing (1914/R 1980). The Castles owned several entertainment centers where they performed and taught social dancing; the dances that they popularized, including the Castle Walk (a variant of the one-step, danced on the toes with stiff knees), hesitation waltz, and foxtrot, merged patrician sophistication with sexual suggestiveness and lack of restraint. Their special brand of social dancing, accompanied by the syncopated rhythms of their music director, James Reese Europe, and his orchestra, helped to popularize black urban music and paved the way for the dance styles and social life of the 1920s. A film of their lives, The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle, starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, was released in 1939." Ronald M. Radano in Grove Music Online. A rare image. "Campbell Studios was founded by Alfred S. Campbell (1840-1912) in Elizabethtown, New Jersey. Campbell, an early English proponent of art photography, was invited to the United States in 1867 by Napolean Sarony to form a business partnership under the Sarony name. Sarony particularly desired access to Campbell's patented photographic processes... The New York branch of Campbell Studios was one of the active celebrity portrait studios in the 1900s to early 1920s. Its forte was the half length portrait photo of stage or screen stars in fashionable modern dress. It regularly supplied photographs to The Theatre and to movie magazines." Website of Campbell Studios. Image size 225 x 175 mm., overall size 265 x 209 mm. Very slightly worn; small chip to lower left corner, not affecting image; edges very slightly uneven.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        Chinese Pottery and Porcelain an account of the potters art in China from primitive times to the present day. 2 volumes. 40 plates in colour and 96 in black and white. I. Pottery and Early Wares. II. Ming and Ch`ing Porcelain.

      London etc., Cassell and Company 1915. XXX, 227 p., XVI, 326 p., 136 plates. Orig.-cream cloth with gilt lettering and borders stamped in blind. Top edge gilt. Limited edition of 1500 copies of which this is number 994. - Privat dedication in volume one on front pastedown. Nice set. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Kulturgeschichte, Cultural history, China, Chinesisch-Zentralasien, Chine, chinesische Kunst, Porzellan, Glas, Majolika, Keramik, Fayencen

      [Bookseller: Cassel & Lampe]
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        X Rays and Crystal Structure

      London: G. Bell and Sons, Ltd., 1915.. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.viii; 228; [1], index; [1], blank; [2], ads. With four half-tone photographic plates plus numerous charts, formulae and diagrams within the text. Bound in publisher's blue cloth, titled in gilt to spine. Internally clean, contemporary ownership to flyleaf 'Ex Libris collectis F. Womack', backstrip sunned and toned, frayed to tips of same, gilt dulled. The Braggs' important summary of their landmark research into crystal structure. Subsequent work in the field proved that the Braggs had 'given the science of crystallography a new basis. Thus the fundamentally different qualities of two forms of carbon, graphite and diamond, are seen to be due to differences in the arrangements of the atoms and in the distances between them. This makes it possible in the laboratory to build new substances and materials based on an arrangement of atoms that will ensure certain desired qualities...' (PMM). For their work on crystal structure analysis, the Braggs received the Nobel Prize in physics in 1915 - the only father and son to have been so honoured.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        VICTORY

      1915 - An Island Tale. London: Methuen & Co., (1915). 4 pp ads dated Autumn 1915 plus 31 pp ads dated "8/5/15". Original red cloth with gilt-decorated spine. First English Edition. This was issued about six months after the New York edition, due to delays related to Conrad's displeasure with Methuen ("It was Conrad's last book with Methuen and one wonders who was more relieved at that, the author, the publisher or the agent" [Cagle]). During this six months' delay, with the Great War underway, Conrad added his wartime preface in which he discusses the "Teutonic psychology" of the character Schomberg. This would be the last of the five Conrad books bound by Methuen in this shell-and-coral binding (three of them red, two green).~The title page does have the comma after "Street," lacking from later copies in the print run. This is a bright copy, just about fine (the merest hint of wear at the upper spine tips -- with virtually none of the usual fading of the spine, and no foxing). Cagle A19.b.1. Provenance: partially-removed bookplate of Dorothy Furman, whose book collection was sold at the Walpole Galleries in 1923. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman [ABAA]]
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        Sudan Almanac 1915. Compiled in the Intelligence Department, Cairo. Astronomical calculations made in the Egyptian Survey Department, Cairo.

      H. M. S. O. London 1915 - First edition. 16mo., 114pp., 16 pages ads on pink paper at front, 7 pages ads on pink paper at end, corrigenda leaf loosly inserted, folding colour map frontispiece, folding diagram, original printed wrappers with scales to rear cover, light wear to spine, an excellent copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
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        Imperial Germany and the Industrial Revolution.

      New York: The Macmillan Company,, 1915. Octavo. Original dark green cloth, spine lettered and ruled in gilt, single frames to boards in blind, top edge gilt, others uncut. With the dust jacket. Previous owner's initials to dust jacket panels and spine in ink, some faint pencil annotations to the text. A bright copy, endpapers tanned and lightly foxed, complete with the rare dust jacket, spine faded, a little chipped with some loss to jacket spine ends and extremities, flaps pasted to inner boards, overall in very good condition. First edition, first printing, presentation copy, inscribed from the author in ink on the front free endpaper, "Mr W. C. Curtis with the compliments of Mr. Veblen". Published shortly after the outbreak of the first World War, Veblen's fourth book aimed to account for why and how Germany had so successfully dominated the modern industrial market, basing his arguments on business enterprise rather than "national genius". Joseph Dorfman, in his Introduction to the 2006 edition, argues that this is "the finest drama that Veblen ever wrote" (p. xii).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        L'Inaugurazione della Primavera.

      Firenze, Libreria della Voce, 1915. PRIMA edizione. In 8vo (cm. 20,5); copertina originale stampata in rosso; pp. 263, (1). Raro. Axs

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        The Home of the Blizzard. Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition 1911-1914.

      London: William Heinemann, 1915. Two volumes, large octavo, with photogravure frontispiece in each, numerous plates (18 coloured, nine folding panoramas), and three folding maps in an end-pocket; signatures at start of first volume; original blue pictorial cloth with silver vignette on front boards; with rare dustjacket to the second volume; a very good set. First edition of this classic account of Australian Antarctic exploration: this copy boldly signed at the start of the first volume by Mawson alongside Frank Hurley and Alexander Kennedy.Mawson's first expedition was an epic of endurance and this, and his subsequent work in the Antarctic, form the most significant basis to Australia's claim to its extensive Antarctic territory. Initially intending to be a member of Scott's party, Mawson decided to command his own expedition and organised the first official Australasian Antarctic Expedition. The expedition left Hobart in the Aurora on 2 December 1911 to systematically explore the areas of Antarctica known as King George V Land and Terra Adelie. Despite extraordinarily harsh conditions the expedition achieved a great deal: over 2000 miles of unknown Antarctic coastline was charted and the scientific discoveries were so extensive that their publication continued well into the 1940s.Mawson's narrative of the expedition is fascinating reading, but most compelling is his account of his epic journey to return to base camp at Cape Denison during which his two companions perished - one falling down a crevasse with the dog team and most of the food, supplies and the tent. His struggle to survive on toxic rations which caused severe stomach cramps, made the soles of his feet detach, and his hair to fall out in clumps, is one of the most extraordinary tales of survival ever told. Provenance: Private collection (Australia) Bindings slightly rubbed and spines just slightly wearing at top and tail, but a very good set. The dustjacket with several defects and tears.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House]
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        Chinese Pottery and Porcelain an account of the potters art in China from primitive times to the present day. 2 volumes. 40 plates in colour and 96 in black and white. I. Pottery and Early Wares. II. Ming and Ch'ing Porcelain.

      London etc., Cassell and Company. 1915 - XXX, 227 p., XVI, 326 p., 136 plates. Orig.-cream cloth with gilt lettering and borders stamped in blind. Top edge gilt. Limited edition of 1500 copies of which this is number 994. - Privat dedication in volume one on front pastedown. Nice set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        El Camino de Don Quijote

      Ediciones "La Lectura", Madrid 1915 - Ediciones de "La Lectura" 204 pág; 11 x 18 cm 19 ilustraciones: fotografías montadas sobre papel de gran gramaje.Se trata de uno de los primeros fotolibros realizados en España.Existen reediciones posteriores por otras editoriales. Ofrecemos la primera edición, original y completa, encuadernación holandesa editorial, en buen estado de conservación, leve moteado de foxing.Fotografías viradas en sepia y grises.Original y extremadamente raro en comercio. Ejemplar con sellos humedos de la Biblioteca del Artista Ferran Callicó.1902- 1968, en las primeras páginas y en las láminas. La notícia más extensa sobre el libro la encontramos en el blog Hemeroflexia de Andrés Trapiello, extrañamente su ejemplar también con sellos húmedos, como el que ofrecemos aquí.Se recomienda su lectura. No hay fecha impresa de publicación, parece ser de 1915, lo que si es cierto es que la publicación posterior por Espasa Calpe no es ni de 1913 ni de 1915 como dicen otros vendedores. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

      Chicago: Poetry Magazine, 1915. FIRST APPEARANCE OF ELIOT'S "PRUFROCK", a landmark event in modern poetry. This publication in the June 1915 issue of Poetry Magazine precedes the book edition by two years. At the urging of Ezra Pound, the foreign editor of Poetry Magazine, Harriet Monroe agreed to include "Prufrock" by the unknown T.S. Eliot in the June issue of her magazine. It was Eliot's first publication of a poem outside of a school or university.IN: Poetry Magazine, Vol VI, No. III. Edited by Harriet Monroe. Chicago: Seymour, Daughaday and Company, 1915. Octavo, original printed wrappers, text partially unopened; custom cloth box. Archivally repaired tear to top right of front wrapper; a little edgewear. RARE. Very Good.

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        BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE

      - . A bound run in nine volumes comprising Vol. CXCVII (January-June 1915) to Vol. CCV (January-June 1919) and the first issue of Vol. CCVI (No. MCCXLV, July 1919). Totalling just over 8,000 pages, title page vignettes, text printed double column, indices; handsomely bound by Riviere & Son in half green calf, spines elaborately decorated in gilt compartments between raised bands, with red & brown title and volume labels, green cloth boards, edges lightly worn, spines uniformly faded to brown; t.e.g.; marbled endpapers; hinges starting at a couple of points, small stamps (bookseller and binder) on verso of upper free endpapers, plus a couple of library stamps in Volume I, small tear to top fore-corner pp. 445/6 Volume III, a little light foxing and occasional soiling; William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh, 1915-19. *Mostly war-related, but also including the first publication of John Buchan's \i The Thirty-Nine Steps , serialized from August to September 1915. Other contributors include Somerville & Ross, F. Tennyson Jesse and Arthur E. Weigall. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der arme Spielmann. 1848.

      Wien, K.K. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei 1915. \"4°, 80 S., 1 Bl., schwarzer Maroquinband mit Gold- und Blindprägung, Kopfgoldschnitt, Rücken an den Bundstegen berieben, an den Buchdeckeln m. Abriebspuren, ersten Bll. u. einige Textss. z.Tl. mehrfach gestempelt \"\"Fortbildungsschulrat f. Wien ...\"\" sowie Nummernstempel, im Text tlw. fingerfl., 1 Seite fleckig.\" \"Eines von 450 in der Maschine numerierten Exemplaren auf Bücherpapier (gesamt 520); dieses jedoch - wie sonst nur die 50 Exemplare auf Bütten - in Leder gebunden von der Wiener Werkstätte. - Einbandzeichnung, Vorsatz und Rahmen von Josef HOFFMANN, Lettern nach Entwürfen von Viktor MADER. Die Durchsicht des Textes besorgte Viktor HOFMANN VON WELLENHOF.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR

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        A BOY'S WILL

      New York: Henry Holt(1915). First Edition, Crane A2.1. 750 copies. First state. The British edition printed by Nutt preceded this printing, but most copies were not released for several years after publication. This copy with some exceptional and fragile ephemera including an AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED from William Dean Howells, with the envelope addressed and also SIGNED by Howells, to Henry Meigs dated Dec. 1915. In full: "Mr. Frost's letter is like his poetry and of the same gentle impulse. I thank you for letting me see it. Frost will go farther yet in his work." A pencil copy of Frost's letter to Meigs, presumably by him is included; it may well be the only surviving copy of the letter and though difficult to read does support Howells's assertion. Also present are pages 214-224 only of the August 1915 issue of THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY with Edward Garnett's important essay "A New American Poet" as well as a group of Frost's poems, the pages Frost would later refer to as his "American Send-off." Also, two TYPED LETTERS INITIALED and one envelope from Frost's American publisher Henry Holt & Company to Meigs dated 1915 and 1916 about Frost. In part, the earlier letter: "If we publish anything further by Mr. Frost...." The 1916 letter: "Mrs. Frost, who was with him, said the apples came and were all 'Frost-bitten' much to the delight of their children." Two 1915 newspaper clippings including a review and a poem Meigs convinced an Indianapolis paper to print. Meigs signature on endpaper and pencil notes throughout. Occasional offsetting. Dustwrapper spine rubbed, chipped., Very Good in a Very Good dustwrapper with noted ephemera. Rare!

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        Art Deco chromolithographic perfume & cosmetics catalogue for 1926

      An early edition of this sumptuous chromolithographic beauty catalogue originally introduced at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition by the California Perfume Company. The firm was founded in 1886 by door-to-door book salesman David H. McConnell and would later become Avon. This catalogue includes 31 plates depicting perfumes and air fresheners, soaps, shampoo, skin creams, shaving kits, toothpaste, gift sets, food flavourings and colours, laundry powder, detergent, and household cleaning supplies. Of particular note are the attractive Art Deco packaging designs, a key aspect of the company's success. These catalogues were expensive to produce but extremely successful at promoting the company's products. Between 1915 and 1917 they were bound with screw-back posts so that pages could be added and removed, but after 1924 the use of screw-back posts was discontinued, so that salesmen were required to buy new catalogues. Price lists were originally issued separately, but this was discontinued in 1919, and this catalogue includes product details and prices interleaved on a lighter paper stock. New York: California Perfume Company, [1926]. Oblong folio. Original limp black cloth with fold-over lower cover, bound with metal rivets, title and floral design to upper cover gilt. Chromolithographic title and 31 plates depicting beauty products, each chromolithographic leaf with a numbered cloth thumb-tab, interleaved with informational pages on lighter paper stock. With a pink order form dated October, 1926 loosely inserted. Cloth a little rubbed with light wear at the extremities, the gilt title significantly oxidised and rubbed, spotting, discolouration and some short splits to the title, some spotting to contents not generally affecting the illustrations, lacking the final cloth thumb-tab. Very good condition.

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        SPEZIAL-FABRIK FÜR DAMPFPFLÜGE. DAMPFSTRASSENNWALZEN.STRASSENLOKOMOTIVEN. BRESLAU

      - 1915? C. T. Wiskott, Breslau-Berlin Bei Herausgabe diefes neuen wefentlich erweiterten Kataloges wird es meine.Patent Schmidt' sche Rauchröhren = Úberhitzer. 110 fotogr. 24x32 cm. Enc. en tela decorada. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Signed Mishkin postcard photograph of the celebrated Russian ballerina in The Dragonfly (1915), a solo danced to Fritz Kreisler's "Schön Rosmarin."

      The most celebrated dancer of her time, "[Pavlova's] technique was so perfect that it concealed technique. her arabesque and pas de bourrée have rarely been equaled, and... her line was always impeccable... As an interpretive artist Pavlova probably, even today, remains unsurpassed. She was supreme in roles requiring feminine coquetry and light comedy; she excelled in lyrical and poetic roles in which her fluid, expressive arms and hands were remarkable; and she could be deeply moving in dramatic and tragic roles such as Nikia and Giselle. What made her performances unique, however, was not so much her technical mastery or even her talent at characterization; it was the emotion she poured into her performances, her incomparable stage presence - in short, the power of her personality." The present image is considered "a brief but brilliant desplay of Pavlova's remarkable allegro technique. The swiftness and lightness of her movements were enhanced by gossamer wings and a dress of blue, green, and purple net." Roberta Lazzarini in the International Encyclopedia of Dance Vol. 5 pp. 125-126.

      [Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS]
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        Fressender Löwe.

      - Kaltnadelradierung, 1915, rechts unten signiert „Wilh. Kuhnert", links unten nummeriert „IV/1" sowie mit dem Künstlerstempel (Schreitender Elefant), auf festem Kupferdruckpapier. 16 x 28 cm, Blattgröße 31,8 x 42,2 cm.- Blatt insgesamt gebräunt, sowie mit retuschiertem Fleck im breiten Oberrand. Hirzel 27. – Einer von vier Zustandsdrucken. Prachtvoller, differenzierter, wunderbar gratiger Druck mit breitem Rand. Kuhnert, der als Maler, Illustrator und Autor tätig war, zählt zu den bedeutendsten deutschen Tiermalern seiner Zeit. Nach einem Studium 1883-1887 an der Kunstakademie in Berlin als Schüler von F. Bellermann (1814-1889) und P. Meyerheim (1842-1915) unternahm er von dort aus Reisen nach Ägypten, Ostafrika und Indien, um vor Ort Tier- und Landschaftsstudien zu betreiben. Er schuf ein umfangreiches graphisches Werk.

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        Essai de bibliographie hippique, donnant la description détaillée des ouvrages publiés ou traduits en Latin et en Français sur le cheval et la cavalerie § Supplément

      Paris, Lucien Dorbon, 1915-1921. Three volumes in two (25 cm), I (1915): vii (3), 760 pp. II (1917): (4) 736 pp. III (Supplément, 1921): (4) 64 pp. Uniformly bound in morocco-backed glazed-paper boards, top edges gilt. - First edition. ¶ Paper of the Supplément evenly browned, as usual; a very fine copy in a collector's binding.

      [Bookseller: Robin Halwas | Rare Books]
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        Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophie: Vortrag gehalten am 14.09.1915. Figuren aus Seite 4 und 6 von R. St. nachgezeichnet

      Es ist ein original Klartext, bzw. Typoskript aus dem Nachlass Amelie Künstler (Freundin von Mathilde Scholl). Der Vortrag würde am 14.09.1915 in Dornach gehalten und die Zeichnungen auf Seite 4 und 6 sind eigenhändig von Rudolf Steiner nachgezeichnet worden. Sehr dünnen Papier. Seiten 10.

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        Lion eating

      Germany: np, 1915. #9 of 60. No Binding. Fine. Kuhnert, Wilhelm. Wilhelm Kuhnert, who painted during the late 1800s and early 1900s, is considered one of the greatest animal painters ever. He produced a number of etchings, virtually all of which are highly sought after to this date. Lovely image titled Lion Eating. The reclining lion is relaxing at a meal. #9 of only 60, signed and with artist's stamp. Ref. plate 29 page 74 in The Animal Art of Wilhelm Kuhnert. Image size 6 1/8 x 10 7/8 Plate size 6 1//2 x 11. Single mat. 13 x 17. Simple wooden frame. 15 1/2 x 19 1/2. Additional postage required (especially for outside the US).

      [Bookseller: Trophy Room Books]
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        The Home of the Blizzard Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition 1911-1914

      London: William Heinemann, 1915. Bindings slightly rubbed and spines just slightly wearing at top and tail, but a very good set. The dustjacket with several defects and tears.. Two volumes, large octavo, with photogravure frontispiece in each, numerous plates (18 coloured, nine folding panoramas), and three folding maps in an end-pocket; signatures at start of first volume; original blue pictorial cloth with silver vignette on front boards; with rare dustjacket to the second volume; a very good set. First edition of this classic account of Australian Antarctic exploration: this copy boldly signed at the start of the first volume by Mawson alongside Frank Hurley and Alexander Kennedy.Mawson's first expedition was an epic of endurance and this, and his subsequent work in the Antarctic, form the most significant basis to Australia's claim to its extensive Antarctic territory. Initially intending to be a member of Scott's party, Mawson decided to command his own expedition and organised the first official Australasian Antarctic Expedition. The expedition left Hobart in the Aurora on 2 December 1911 to systematically explore the areas of Antarctica known as King George V Land and Terra Adelie. Despite extraordinarily harsh conditions the expedition achieved a great deal: over 2000 miles of unknown Antarctic coastline was charted and the scientific discoveries were so extensive that their publication continued well into the 1940s.Mawson's narrative of the expedition is fascinating reading, but most compelling is his account of his epic journey to return to base camp at Cape Denison during which his two companions perished - one falling down a crevasse with the dog team and most of the food, supplies and the tent. His struggle to survive on toxic rations which caused severe stomach cramps, made the soles of his feet detach, and his hair to fall out in clumps, is one of the most extraordinary tales of survival ever told. Provenance: Private collection (Australia)

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        The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

      Chicago: Poetry Magazine, 1915. First Edition. Original wrappers. Very Good. FIRST APPEARANCE OF ELIOT'S "PRUFROCK", a landmark event in modern poetry. This publication in the June 1915 issue of Poetry Magazine precedes the book edition by two years. At the urging of Ezra Pound, the foreign editor of Poetry Magazine, Harriet Monroe agreed to include "Prufrock" by the unknown T.S. Eliot in the June issue of her magazine. It was Eliot's first publication of a poem outside of a school or university. IN: Poetry Magazine, Vol VI, No. III. Edited by Harriet Monroe. Chicago: Seymour, Daughaday and Company, 1915. Octavo, original printed wrappers, text partially unopened; custom cloth box. Archivally repaired tear to top right of front wrapper; a little edgewear. RARE.

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        Die Verwandlung [Metamorphosis].

      Leipzig: Kurt Wolff Verlag,, 1915. Octavo. Original japon-backed blue laid paper boards, titles to front board and spine in black, top edge blue. With the dust jacket and printed portion of the wraparound band. Housed in a custom black quarter morocco and cloth flat-backed folding case. Minor staining to outer edges of boards, endpapers and terminal leaves foxed. An unusually bright copy in the tanned and lightly spotted dust jacket, with small scuff to the front panel. First edition, first printing, the uncommon case-bound issue. The publication of this work – the first of Kafka's masterpieces – was a confused affair. Two issues were intended: one in wrappers, the other in boards. Sales appear to have been disappointing, and after a year or so numerous copies remaining unsold were stamped on the title pages with the official stamp of the German censors. Possibly at this time a second and cheaper-looking binding was put out, with wove paper on the boards and poorer-quality stamping to the boards and spine. The question of dust jackets has been unclear, some suggesting their presence to be a later using-up of unwanted wrappers. Our copy settles the issue. Palpably the early issues without the rubber stamp and in the better quality binding were published in the dust jacket. This matter is important since the Expressionist cover illustration by Ottomar Starke has been integral to the fame of this first printing. After learning that Ottomar Starke would illustrate the dust jacket, Kafka wrote to the publisher: "The insect itself must not be illustrated by a drawing. It cannot be shown at all, not even from a distance" (25 October 1915).

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        A Boy's Will

      New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1915. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Plus/Very Good. 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall. 63 p. First American edition, first printing of Robert Frost's first book ("Aind" on last line of page 14 instead of "And") in a printing of 750 copies. ***DESCRIPTION: Blue linen with gilt rectangle on front enclosing title and author in gilt lettering, gilt lettering and rules on the spine, plain endpapers, publisher's device on title page; pagination: (i)-x, 11-63, followed by statement of printing ("Certain of these poems are reprinted by courteous permission from: -The Forum, The Independent, The Companion"). ***CONDITION: Overall very good+, with a strong, square text block, solid hinges, straight corners with a minimum of rubbing, the interior is clean and bright, and it is entirely free of prior owner markings. The head of the spine has some fraying, the tail of the spine is lightly rubbed, there is moderate fading along edges. Glassine dust jacket shows only modest rubbing and minor darkening along spine. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply, please contact seller for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        Home of the Blizzard Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition 1911-1914

      Philadelphia: J. P. Lippincott, (1915). sep 22 2017. Two vols. xxx, 348, (1); xiii, 337, (1) pp. b/w First edition. Mawson's occasionally perilous adventures in King George V Land and Adelie Land which, at that time were unexplored. Spence 773. Rosove 217.A2., who considers this the first state of the first edition. (See p. 246.) This is a fine untrimmed copy, with the errata slip in Vol I. showing three errors. Handsomely rebound in quarter black morocco over marbled boards.

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        The home makers furnishing guide / Anderson's Pty. Ltd.

      [South Melbourne : Anderson's, circa 1915]. Large quarto, original pictorial wrappers with circular cut-out to front (wrappers with a few light marks, short tears to paper along spine and to edge of cut-out, but essentially in good condition), staple bound, 136 pp, illustrated. An important resource for research into Australian domestic furniture of the World War One period. Rare. Copies are recorded in seven Australian collections (Deakin University Library;Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales;Monash University Library;National Library of Australia;State Library of New South Wales;State Library of Queensland;State Library of Victoria). Note that although catalogue entries date this publication to the 1920s, the styles and decorations of the various types of furnishings date it to the late Federation period.

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        Trading Post Photograph

      Santa Fe, NM: Donati Art Studio. Photograph. A silver gel photograph of a trading post, most likely located near Santa Fe, New Mexico, in very good condition. Published circa 1915. Photograph depicts a trading post displaying Native American wares such as rugs, pottery, baskets and jewelry in glass cabinets and on furniture, a few woven baskets are hung from the ceiling; also seen is a cash register, a candlestick telephone, a desk with paperwork, and a calendar provided by AJAX Tires; the walls of the trading post are a white stucco and have log beams across the ceiling. Published by the Donati Art Studio, which was likely operated by Agostino Donati, a photographer out of Santa Fe and who was active from around 1905 to 1945. Photograph measures 8" x 10" (not including mount) and is on a decorative gray mount. Photograph is in very good condition with light scratching and silvering to photograph; mount has light wear to all edges. .

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        Pounamu - Notes On New Zealand Greenstone

      T. J. S. Guilford & Co., London 1915 - Previous owner's rubber name stamps "J W[?] Harding" and "H / Mount Vernon" (Mount Vernon is the name of a homestead and station near Waipukurau, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.) A small 3/8" tear to cloth in middle of front joint. Offsetting to endpapers. Quite heavy foxing to the hei-tiki illustration on the front board. Joints and hinges strong. ; Uncommon and sought after. 83 pages. Papered boards with green cloth spine. Paper hei-tiki illustration on front board. Illustrated. Page dimensions: 243mm x 181mm. With 82 in-text illustrations by the author. H. G. Robley (1840-1930) was also the author of "Moko: or Maori Tattooing" (1896). Contents: Introduction; Concerning Pounamu; Working Pounamu; Greenstone Implements; Concerning War-Clubs; Greenstone Ornaments; Hei-Tiki; Glossary Of Maori Words; Index. "This little book is an endeavour to set down the results of careful investigations extending over many years on the subject of pounamu or New Zealand greenstone, and the special uses to which it was applied by the Maori." - from the author's Introduction. [Bibliographical reference: Bagnall R856 - "Robley's observations from New Zealand with reproductions of his drawings to amplify interpretation."] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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