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        A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

      B.W. Huebsch, 1916. Hardcover. Good. B.W. Huebsch, New York 1916. First Edition / First Printing. Matching dates on the title and copyright pages. Blue cloth boards. RARE True First Edition preceding the British First Edition. Book Condition: Good+, shelf wear, rounded corners, light fraying. Names in pen at the endpaper, age toning, lightly hinged endpaper. Two small holes in the cloth at the spine.

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        The Power House

      William Blackwood and Sons, London 1916 - HARDBACK - The book is in very good condition. The red boards are clean with no fading to the books spine. The book is tightly bound with no spine lean or rolling. The inner text is clean with the usual toning to the page block, free of any previous owner names or inscriptions. The dust wrapper is in very good condition, with chipping to the spine tip and to the corners of the front and rear flap folds. There is rubbing to the wrapper's extremities, with some surface loss to the lettering to the rear panel. Correctly priced at 1shilling net. An incredibly rare title to acquire in it's original first issue dust wrapper. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Muche, Georg. Konvolut. Ein Gespräch mit dem Kunsthistoriker Peter H. Schiller.

      1916 - [ab 1916 bis 1980], unterschiedliche Formate. Ca. 175 Seiten Typoskript eines ausführlichen Gespräches, auf Tonkassetten aufgezeichnet und abgetippt. Enthält Vieles zu Leben und Werk Muches, wie Ausbildung, die Zeit in München, Novembergruppe, Bauhaus, Itten-Kunstschule. Näheres bitte auf Anfrage. Diverse Beilagen. - 8 Tonbandkassetten mit Teilen des Interviews beiliegend. - Ferner zwei Original-Papierabzüge Persönlichkeitsfotos von Muche (1970). - U. a. Original Zeitungsausschnitt vom 18.1.[19]16 zur Muche Ausstellung in der Galerie DER STURM. - Weitere Original-Zeitungsausschnitte über Muche, >Der SturmMuche Das druckgraphische WerkDruckgraphisches Werk<. - Interessantes Konvolut mit unfangreichem und teils nicht veröffentlichtem Material. Nähres bitte auf Anfrage. - Georg Muche wird am 8. Mai 1895 in Querfurt in Sachsen geboren. Im Jahr 1913 beginnt Muche sein Studium der Malerei an der "Schule für Malerei und Grafik von Paul Weinhold und Felix Eisengräber, vorm. A. Azbé" in München. Seine Prüfung für die "Königlich Bayerische Akademie der bildenden Künste in München" besteht er nicht und will nach Paris gehen, wozu Georg Muche auf Grund des Kriegsausbruchs nicht kommt. Stattdessen begibt sich Muche nach Berlin, wo er durch Herwarth Walden in den Kreis der expressionistischen Künstler eingeführt wird. Dort arbeitet er für ihn als Ausstellungsassistent. Anfang 1916 findet die 37. Ausstellung des "Sturm" unter dem Titel "Max Ernst - Georg Muche" statt, in der er 22 Bilder ausstellt. Folgend finden Ausstellungen von "Paul Klee - Georg Muche" mit 30 Arbeiten des Künstlers sowie im Jahr 1918 "Alexander Archipenko - Georg Muche" statt. Inzwischen ist der Künstler als Lehrer für Malerei an der Kunstschule des "Sturm" tätig. Im Jahr 1920 kündigt Georg Muche seinen Vertrag mit Walden, um für seine nun beginnende Arbeit am Bauhaus unabhängig zu sein. 1927 verlässt er das Bauhaus wieder, um für drei Jahre als Lehrer an der ein Jahr zuvor gegründeten privaten Kunstschule von Johannes Itten zu arbeiten. Bis zum Jahr 1938 unterrichtet er an der Schule "Kunst und Werk" in Berlin. Darüber hinaus beschäftigt sich Georg Muche intensiv mit Freskomalerei, vertieft dieses Interesse während einer Studienreise nach Italien, verfasst ein Buch "Buon Fresco - Briefe aus Italien über Handwerk und Stil der echten Freskomalerei" und stellt in der Berliner Galerie von der Heyde seine "Tafelfresken" aus. 1938 bis 1958 leitet Georg Muche die Meisterklasse für Textilkunst an der Textilingenieurschule in Krefeld. Seine Beschäftigung mit der Freskomalerei mündet in der Ausgestaltung eines 6 x 6 Meter großen Raumes mit Fresken, der jedoch kurz darauf im Jahr 1942 durch Bomben zerstört wird. 1960 siedelt er nach Lindau am Bodensee über, dort arbeitet Muche als freier Maler und Grafiker. In den 70er-Jahren arbeitet er an seinem Zeichnungen und Gemälde umfassenden Zyklus "Tafeln der Schuld". Im Jahr 1980 findet eine große Retrospektive "Georg Muche - Das künstlerische Werk 1912 bis 1927" im Bauhaus-Archiv in Berlin statt. Der Künstler verstirbt am 26. März 1987 in Lindau. Sprache: Deutsch Enthält Vieles zu Leben und Werk Muches, wie Ausbildung, die Zeit in München, Novembergruppe, Bauhaus, Itten-Kunstschule.

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        A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.

      New York: B. W. Huebsch,, 1916. Octavo. Original blue cloth, gilt lettered spine, blind lettered front cover. Neat book label of "Alice B. Egan, Medford, Oregon". Spine slightly rolled, a couple of small pale marks on front cover, a few leaves very slightly creased at head. Still a fine bright copy. First edition, first printing. Due at least in part to the adverse reception of the Egoist serialisation of A Portrait, no English printer would print the book for fear of prosecution under the obscenity laws. It was Huebsch who undertook the true first publication in book form, first published on 29 December 1916. He sent from this print run about 750 sets of sheets for issue in the UK the following February. Although the number of copies issued in America is unknown, it is unlikely to have been large since Huebsch had sold out by March and called for a second printing by April.

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        7(20) ?????? 1916. [Through Seas and Oceans to France. The Landing of Russian Troops in Marseilles on 7 (20) April 1916].

      Parizh E.M.B.R 1916 - Small oblong folio (19.2 x 30 cm). Title, [2], 1 map, 95 ll. with photogravures, all with original tissue guards. Publisher's maroon morocco with gilt lettering to upper cover. With a programme and dinner menu for the reception of 1st Special Infantry Brigade on 8-21 November at Mailly-le-Camp loosely inserted; programme lacks tipped-in illustration. This rare album presents a photographic account of a journey of the Special Infantry Brigade of the Russian Imperial Army to France in 1916. In the outbreak of the World War I the French requested in 1915 that the Russian troops were sent to fight alongside their own army on the Western Front. While the Russian High Command showed little enthusiasm for this proposal, Tsar Nicholas II supported it. In August same year the Russian chief of staff General Alexeyev agreed to fulfil the request, as long as the Russian troops remained under the command of Russian officers and were transported to the destination by the French Navy. The 1st Russian Special Brigade was formed in January 1916 under the command of General Nikolay Lokhvitsky. Totalling 8,942 men, it left Moscow on February 3, 1916 travelling by train to the Russian Far East. From there their journey continued on French ships through Saigon, Singapore, Colombo, Aden and Suez until they finally arrived in Marseille on April 16 of the same year. Rare: no copies found on the market; not in the collections of the Russian National or State Libraries; WorldCat locates only two copies &#150; in Stanford University library and French National Library. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le feu (Journal d'une escouade) EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier

      Paris: Flammarion, 1916. Fine. Flammarion, Paris 1916, 15x20,5cm, broché. - First edition, one of 165 copies numéortés in Holland paper, only large paper after Japan 33 and 20 specially printed vellum for the bibliophile society "XX". Slightly and partially shaded guards without gravity, nice copy wide-margined. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 165 exemplaires numéortés sur Hollande, seuls grands papier après 33 Japon et 20 vélin imprimés spécialement pour la société bibliophilique des "XX". Gardes légèrement et partiellement ombrées sans gravité, agréable exemplaire à toutes marges.

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        Mountain Interval

      New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1916 First edition, first state, with line 8 in duplicate on page 88 and "Come" for "Gone" on page 93 line 16. Publisher's dark blue cloth, lettered and ruled in gilt. Near fine, with a hint of rubbing to the spine ends, a few faint spots to the endpapers, else bright and fresh. A fantastic copy. Crane A4. Mountain Interval is Frost's third published collection of poetry, and is the first appearance of "The Road Not Taken." It also includes the poems "Christmas Trees," "In the Home Stretch," "Birches," "Snow," and "The Bonfire," among others. Throughout the volume, Frost grapples with how the choices of the past ultimately shape the future. "The Road Not Taken," the first and most famous poem of the collection, sets up this paradigm with the narrator's decision of which direction to take after reaching a fork in the road - a metaphor for decisions made along the road of life. While he had previously established his talent for verse with his first two poetry collections, Mountain Interval solidified Frost's status as a master poet.. 1st Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

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        Autograph statement (postscript) signed.

      Vienna, 24. IV. 1916. - 4to. 2 pp. on bifolium. Regarding the exchange of prisoners between Russia and Austria. The typescript is drafted and signed by Prince Zdenko Lobkowitz (chamberlain to Archduke Charles, soon to be Charles I of Austria). In her note to her husband Charles, Zita discusses the matter, which involves the Spanish embassy, in some detail and requests his decision. Written but a few months before her husband's accession to the throne. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Adventures of Judith Lee

      London, Methuen. 1916, 1916. First edition. 8vo. 314pp + 32pp ads. Publisher's light blue cloth titled in black to spine. Near fine copy with minor edgewear and bumping to spine ends. Internally clean, light offsetting to endpapers, very minor spotting to page edges.A remarkably handsome copy of a scarce collection of short stories featuring the lip reading crime fighter.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Ein Strauss. Auserlesene Lieder Gedichte und Balladen.

      Hammersmith, London, The Doves Press, 1916. Large 8vo. [viii] + 226 + [xii] pp. Printed in red & black throughout. Limited to 185 copies, of which this is one of 175 copies on fine handmade paper. Entirely uncut in original limp vellum, signed "The Doves Bindery", with name of author in gilt on spine. Bookseller label "A. B. Nord. Kompaniet / Stockholm". Provenance: Swedish critic August Brunius (1879-1926), with his hand-written ownership inscription and initials.. The text was selected and arranged by Cobden-Sanderson himself, it was the final of six texts by Goethe in German which he printed. "Cobden-Sanderson thought the Goethe volume was 'a most beautiful book, the best I have yet done, both in form and contents'" (Tidcombe). Tidcombe DP 39

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      Editor Marcelino Bordoy. 1916 - Barcelona. 1916. Holandesa piel editorial. 35x25. Tomo I (480+198+30 texto), Tomo II (153 Láminas), Tomo III (39+93 Láminas). Magnífico Tratado de Arquitectura y Construcción con el texto y sus correspondientes láminas, Bella Obra de arte arquitectonico. Ref ALR Biblioteca AD. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Writings -- Ten (10) volume Manuscript Edition; with draft manuscript of The Mountains of California

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Co., 1916. Hardcover. Near Fine. One of 750 copies, with a page of manuscript tipped into Vol. I. Illustrated with 69 black and white photogravures by Charles S. Olcott and Herbert W. Gleason, eight color photogravures, many halftones. 10 vols. 8vo. The Manuscript Edition. The fragment here is rather zen: "The mountain pine towering with outstretched arms upon the rocky buttresses of the alps the lowliests and most hidden tenants -- of the dells they seek and find them all bending there in exercise this way and that stimulating their growth beautifying their forms" This is a draft version of the windstorm scene in Chapter 10 of The Mountains of California (1894), his first book. All 10 volumes bound in the original 3/4 burgandy leather by the Riverside Press. The spines have faded to a uniform, absolutely beautiful, light brown which looks great with the gilt lettering, better than the burgundy frankly. Top edges all gilt, marbelled endpapers, no markings of any kind in the volumes, no foxing, no bookplates, no signatures. Volume one has a small scuff to the leather (maybe 1/3 of an inch) on the top board (not the spine), otherwise the leather is free from notable wear. All boards tight, no splits to the leather, all corners nice and sharp. This set has been very well cared-for. Altogether lovely.

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        Amores: Poems

      London: Duckworth and Company,, [1916]. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt, fore edge uncut and partly unopened. With the dust jacket. Spine very slightly faded, small dent to top edge of front board, minor foxing to contents; an exceptional copy in the lightly toned and slightly soiled jacket with some nicks and shallow chips to extremities. First edition, first impression, of the author's second book of poetry, one of only 900 copies printed. Scarce in the jacket.

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        Mädchen mit Katze.

      1916 1916 - Holzschnitt, 1916, signiert. Darstellungsgröße 16,8:13,4 cm, Blattgröße 27,1:22,4 cm. Hofmann/Praeger 1916/18. &#150; Gleichmäßiger, vollrandiger Abdruck auf Japan-Bütten. Schrimpf war Autodidakt und bildete sich ab 1906 auf Wanderungen durch Deutschland, Holland, Belgien und Frankreich. 1922 ging er nach Italien. 1926-33 war Schrimpf Lehrer an der Städtischen Westenrieder Gewerbeschule in München. 1933 bis zu seiner Entlassung 1938 Professor an der Staatlichen Kunstschule in Berlin-Schöneberg. In den 20er Jahren stellte er im &#132;Sturm" aus. Der vom Künstler nicht betitelte Holzschnitt entstand 1916, dem Jahr, in dem der Künstler die Malerin Maria Uhden (1892-1918) heiratete.

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        Gesammelte Schriften. Erster Band. Kunstkritiker und Kunstmaler. [Mehr ist nicht erschienen]. Mit dem auf dem leeren Vorsatzblatt montierten Original-Fotoporträt von Herwarth Walden (aufgenommen von Marta Wollf, 1914). Hier vom Unterlagekarton gelöste Fotografie.

      Verlag DER STURM., Berlin, 1916 - Berlin, Verlag DER STURM. 1916, 24 x 16,5 cm, 154 (6) Seiten, Original-Broschur (aufgehellt), untere Ecke bestossen; unbeschnittenes Exemplar. Rarität! Alma/Steinmetz 276. - Pirsich 666. - Raabe, Autoren des literarischen Expressionismus 322, 35. - Abbildung des Fotoporträts in: Alms/Steinmetz siehe Seite 11. - Auktion 721 Lempertz Köln am 17. November 1995, Los 318 (identischer Abzug, dort auf dem originalen Unterlagekarton mit Aufkleber der Fotografin und mit handschriftlicher Widmung von Walden; Zuschlag umgerechnet EUR 3717); der Auktionskatalog beiliegend. Sprache: Deutsch Original-Broschur (aufgehellt), untere Ecke bestossen; unbeschnittenes Exemplar. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Watchman and Other Poems

      McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto - 1916, 1st edition. (Hardcover) Good, no dust jacket. 159pp. Olive green cloth with titles stamped in gilt. The covers are worn, the gilt mostly rubbed away, and there is a school bookplate in the front inner board. (Poetry--Canada, Poetry--Canada) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Blick auf die Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche" Öl/Hartfaser ca. 58x85cm; rechts unten signiert und datiert "(19)51" [An den Bildrändern kleinere Läsuren von einer früheren Rahmung.]

      - Das Gemälde wirkt durch den kräftigen und breiten Pinselstrich äußerst plastisch. Ausdrucksstarkes und expressives Gemälde von hoher Qualität. Johann Kluska studierte 1916-18 an der Kunstschule in Berlin, 1918-20 an der Staatlichen Kunstgewerbe- und Handwerkerschule in Berlin sowie 1920 an der Berliner Akademie als Meisterschüler von Max Koch. Er beschickte die Berliner Kunstausstellungen ab 1925. Einzelausstellungen hatte er 1943 im Städtischen Museum Leipzig, 1948 im Kunstmagazin Berlin und 1954 im Kunstkabinett Berlin. Nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg machte er sich unter anderem als offizielller Porträtmaler der deutschen Bundespräsidenten einen Namen.

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        Map of Mining Claims, Butte and Vicinity, Montana

      Harper, MacDonald, & Co., Butte, MT 1916 - Pocket map of mining claims near Butte, MT. Map measures 37" x 49" fully opened, glued onto linen and sewn into dark red cloth hard cover with gilt text. Cover is rubbed on edges, corners are bumped. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Luck of The Strong

      London, Eveleigh Nash. 1916, 1916. First Edition. 8vo. Publisher's original burgundy cloth, titled in black to spine and front board, sharp and clean with the a slight hint of darkening to the spine. 316pp + 100pp ads dated Spring 1916. Very lightly handled with some expected spotting, age-toning to edges of text block, neat ink note '1st Edn' to pastedown. A scarce collection of Hodgson's 'straight from the horse's mouth' tales of seagoing courage and knavery.

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        Les "Bois" du "Monde illustré".

      - P., Au "Monde illustré", 13 quai Voltaire et Jules Meynial, 30, boulevard Haussmann, 1916, in-folio, en ff., chemise à rabat de l'éd. (CN10) "La collection des gravures sur bois parues dans le Monde illustré, le grand hebdomadaire français, depuis l'année 1857, constitue le document le plus important de la gravure au XIXème siècle. L'Administration en fait exécuter par le maître graveur SCHMIED un tirage unique à 160 ex. sur Japon. Il comprendra 800 des plus belles planches de Doré, Vierge, Lepère, Morin, Chifflart. Cet ouvrage formera un ensemble de vingt albums qui paraîtront à raison de cinq par années dès fin Mai 1917" (texte de l'éditeur). "Édition établie par l'éditeur Jules Meynial et le graveur F.L. Schmied. Épreuves tirées sur les bois originaux par F.L. Schmied. Bons à tirer donnés par A. Lepère". Le volume présenté ici contient deux notices - sur Doré et Lepère - et 84 gravures hors-texte de : CHIFFLART (François) 11, DORÉ (Gustave) 16, LEPERE (Auguste) 30, MORIN (Edmond) 19 et VIERGE (Daniel) 8. Cet ensemble nous paraît particulièrement intéressant "car il s'agit ici du Schmied graveur et non du Schmied créateur de livres, avec point d'interrogation si l'on en croit le livre de Cichocka, Gustave Miklos : un grand oeuvre caché (Fata libelli, 2013) dont nous citons le passage suivant : "Rappelons que F.-L. Schmied (qui a perdu un oeil, suite à une blessure, aux premiers jours de la Grande Guerre) est alors un excellent graveur quoique très académique, formé par des maîtres de la gravure du XIXème siècle, ayant Auguste Lepère pour idéal. Après de premières années de misère à Paris, au début du siècle, il comprend vite que l'activité du graveur, malgré un travail assidu, ne peut lui assurer son gagne-pain, surtout à l'époque où pointe, dans la presse et l'édition, la concurrence de la photogravure. Ensuite, dans l'immédiat après-guerre, Schmied, fort du succès remporté, dès sa sortie, par le Livre de la jungle - gravé par ses soins - décide de se lancer dans l'édition de luxe de ses propres livres illustrés. Pour cela, il a cherché l'homme de la situation et l'a trouvé en Gustave Miklos. Ainsi il va s'assurer la collaboration secrète de Miklos - attestée par un cahier des "Travaux pour François." (cf. "Le Pot aux roses") retrouvé (op. cit. p. 50).

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        Autograph letter signed ("Marguerite Zelle McLeod").

      [Paris], 20. VIII. 1916. - 8vo. 8 pp. on 4 ff. (conjoined leaves). With a contemporary photograph of her in costume. To "Monsieur Petitpied". A wartime letter by Mata Hari in which she tells him about her life, her friends, and about Paris: "Me voilà déjà presque deux mois en voyage et il est vrai je ne vous ai pas encore donné de mes nouvelles. C'était un peu de votre faute parceque un jour que j'étais venue du consulat pour ces papiers inévitables, vous m'aviez reçu un peu brusquement. Peut-être étiez vous énervé ; ou ennuyé, soit - j'ai cru qu'il serait plus sage de ma part de ne pas venir inutilement vous déranger et voilà la raison pour laquelle je suis partie sans vous dire adieu. Tant mieux si je me suis trompée et si vous le désirez je serai toujours heureuse de vous écrire de temps en temps. Me voilà à Paris et comme vous voyez descendue au Gd. Hôtel. Ce n'est pas ce qu'il y a de mieux mais c'est central et j'ai trop d'essayages à faire pour ce que je habiterais plus loin. J'ai le grand bonheur jusque ici d'avoir mes amis en vie malgré qu'ils sont au front depuis le premier jour de la guerre et en première ligne. Quand ils sont en congé je leur suis tout ce que je puisse être, comme femme, et quand ils n'y sont pas, je suis la "marraine". D'abord je me suis amusée des marraines parceque il y a des ridicules, mais au fond il y a quelquechose de bien gentil, de bien Français, et voilà, que moi aussi je le suis devenue. [ ] L'atmosphère de Paris est toujours Parisienne, il y a l'imprévu et on a le sourire, sans savoir pourquoi. On a envie d'être gracieuse, aimable, parceque on l'est envers vous. Je pense sérieusement à revenir vivre ici, mais je n'ose en parler encore au Baron v d C. [Cappelen, one of her lovers] Je sais que je lui ferai beaucoup de chagrin et alors j'attends". - Her border-crossing and powerful connections would see her executed as a spy the following year. - On Grand Hotel stationery; light toning; together with a period photograph of her in costume.

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        l'ILLUSTRÉ NATIONAL - fait d'Armes du Maréchal des Logis DESTOUCHES - CÉLINE

      u siège de la revue, Paris, (sd, certaines gravures portent la date de 1916), Paris - l'ILLUSTRÉ NATIONAL - fait d'Armes DU Maréchal des Logis DESTOUCHES - CÉLINE Histoire Anecdotique de la GUERRE EUROPÉENNE 113 Numéros du n° 1 au n° 113 - 8 pages par numéro ouvrage relié (32 cm x 24 cm), reliure demi-chagrin noir, couverture cartonnée marbrée brune, nombreuses illustrations noir et blanc et couleur, dans le texte et hors-texte, chaque numéro comporte les pages de couverture couleur ainsi qu'une double page centrale en couleurs, au siège de la revue, Paris, (sd, certaines gravures portent la date de 1916) illustrations de Muller - Blombled - Dargyl - Lortac - Dufresne - Hampol - etc . le numéro 52 comporte en dernière couverture la gravure du Maréchal des Logis DESTOUCHES, du 12° régiment de cuirassiers, portant spontanément, sous un feu violent, un ordre que les agents de liaison d'infanterie hésitaient à transmettre, a reçu la médaille militaire pour cet exploit bon état d'usage (premiers feuillets se détachant, premières pages légèrement effrangées) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Castilla Madre: Salamanca. De la tierra, de las piedras y de los hombres. [Versos de Don Miguel de Unamuno, Gregorio Martínez Sierra, Francisco Villaespesa, Salvador Rueda y Eduardo Marquina]

      Madrid, Editorial Renacimiento, 1916. 4to.menor; 254 pp. Cubiertas originales.

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        De Re Bellica

      Madrid, Blass y Compañía, 1916. 4to.; 310 pp. y una lámina. Cubiertas originales.

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        [Photographs]: Aerial Balloon Photographs -- 14th Photo Section

      France. 1916-1918. A collection of 357 gelatin silver print photographs measuring 7" x 9.5", most with captions in the margins. Curled edges, a very few with small tears, overall very good or better. An archive of United States Army aerial photographs documenting the Western Front during World War I by the 14th Photo Section, 1st Army. The photographs depict over 24 French and Belgium cities many of which were located along the border of Imperial Germany including Verdun, the River Meuse, St. Mihiel, and Metz. The photos of the latter show an aerial view of the famous Saint-Stephen Cathedral in the center of the city. Seen throughout the photos are the landscape of the Western Front, the Castle in Sedan, rivers, villages, and vast areas of countryside which include the ruins of towns including Nantillois, which saw a significant amount of action. One photo shows a long line of tents which belong to a G.R.S. camp (Graves Registration Service) in Romagne. The U.S. began their reconnaissance towards the end of the war using a combination of airplane and balloons reconnaissance. Balloon were typically tethered above the battlefield and manned with several observers who could communicate with the ground with signals or through telegraphy. It was dangerous work with the balloon crew at risk from enemy airplanes and incendiary shells. Many of the photography here are marked in the upper left corner of the print "14th Photo Section," as well as along the bottom edge with the number, location, and (we assume) coordinates of the balloon of the images. With the increasing sophistication of airplane photography, balloon reconnaissance was phased out altogether following the war. An extensive accumulation of images documenting the end of aerial balloon photography. .

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        WWI Photo Archive - East Kent Regiment in Egypt - RARE Embroidered Silk "Buffs" Banner

      Egypt, 1916. Egypt, 1915-1919. Archive of Private Ernest Jarrett with the East Kent Regiment, Cairo and Alexandria comprising 202 photographic views, 1 embroidered silk panel commemorating the regiment's service in Egypt (46 x 46 cm), 2 entertainment programmes from Cairo, and a manuscript letter sent to him 12 May 1919. Views include 113 original snapshot photographs (mostly mounted into a small 8vo. album 11 x 13 cm and a small 8vo. journal 10 x 15 cm), 38 photographic postcards, 28 printed photographic views, and 23 professional portrait postcards of several fellow service men. The lot contained in an elegant wooden box with brass handle and studded perimeter, measuring 26 x 21 x 10 cm. Some fading to photographs in the journal, otherwise the lot in Very Good condition, crisp and fascinating images. The Buffs, officially the East Kent Regiment, participating in the Middle Eastern theatre of World War I, and encountering indigenous Egyptian custom, most for the first and only time, is well illustrated in this personal archive of photograph views. Most uncommon for this type of war archive, we find several studio portraits of the regiment's members who fought and worked alongside one another. Belonging to Ernest Jarrett of Sittingbourne in East Kent, this young lad was serving with the East Kent Regiment (The Buffs) No. 3246, and later the Royal Field Artillery Regiment No. 911593, then the Royal West Kent Regiment No. 6083. Highlights from the archive include: A small album of 24 original snapshot photographs centering mainly on the Egyptian ways of life, including women in various burquas, street merchants, rail and river transport, city streets and mosques, also with two views of war destruction, a photograph of the Cairo Kasr-el-Nil Bridge, and an excavation near the Sphinx. A spectacular collection of 23 studio portrait postcard photographs of fellow servicemen in the Buffs regiment, some of whom are merely boys, each of whom are named in manuscript caption to verso. In and of itself a pleasing mini archive which serves to remember some of the gallant soldiers and officers who may or may not have survived the war, and also to illustrate the various divisions and ranks by way of their uniforms. Several are dated. Thirteen (13) original sepia photographs of the Buffs regiment in their routine, including aviation exercises, aerial views over Egypt, interaction with the locals, land drills, camp and and the like. Seventy-three (73) small silver print photographs which thoroughly illustrate military camp life in Egypt, dispersed with occasional city views, local people, camels, and the like, mounted with incisions into a small notebook. A superb set of 25 collotype and sepia postcards, showing ancient pyramids, nostalgic Nile scenes, majestic mosques, colonial monuments, and the like, many being landscape views, printed in Cairo nearly 100 years ago now and beautifully preserved. One of these is postally used, inspected and stamped at the British Army Field Post Office 24 April 1916. Two band programmes for performances held at the Ezbekieh Gardens in Cairo, 17 June 1917 and 31 March 1918, respectively. [The YMCA rented three acres of Ezbekieh Gardens to provide roller skating, movies, swimming, food, a library of 300 books and a post office. Religious services and lectures were also provided. Thousands of men flocked there each night after work.] Scarce embroidered WWI commemorative sky blue silk tableau specific to the Buff's service in Egypt, featuring the regiment's dragon insignia and the year 1916, dentelle border. In original condition, one small age-toning spot, otherwise beautifully preserved, clean and bright. In the beginning of 1917 the Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles (REKMR), with the West Kent Yeomanry, was formed into the 10th (Yeomanry) Battalion, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). The Buffs unit became part of the 74th (Yeomanry) Division on 21 March 1917. The new Buffs battalion left Sollum Egypt on 23 March 1917 travelling by sea to Alexandria where it disembarked for Sidi Bishr. Early in April 1917, the Regiment left Egypt for Palestine, marching via Kantara, Sheik Zawieh, and Belah to the vicinity of Gaza. The 74th (Yeomanry) Division was placed in Reserve for the Second Battle of Gaza. From April 1917 to October 1917, the Battalion had a strenuous time with little fighting, but much digging and even greater discomfort. Wadi Ghuzzi, Wadi Nukabir, Wadi Levi, Tel-el-Fara and Khan Yunis are names which the Yeoman of 1917 will never forget. They will always bring back memories of intense heat by day, extreme cold by night, shortage of clean water, and a superabundance of dust, flies and every form of torment! At the end of October 1917 the Battalion took part in the Battle of Beersheba, after which it was withdrawn to Karem for rest and re-equipment. Then began the job of pushing "Jonny Turk" northward through the Plain of Sharon, Esdud, Hamsukerieh, Kutrah, Latron and Beit Nuba. On 7 December 1917 the Battalion reached Kubeibeh and took part in the Battle of Jerusalem which was finally captured on 9 December 1917. Northwards again towards Beit Manana and onto Ramillah after which the Battalion was withdrawn to Moiya Wadi near Bethlehem where it spent Christmas 1917.. Very Good.

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        Pfarrkirche Alt-Schöneberg.

      Öl auf Leinwand. Gemalt um 1916, links unten vom Maler signiert. Ca. 78 x 118 cm. In zeitgenössischer Rahmung. - Stimmungsvolle Abendansicht des Landschaftsmalers Rudolf Hellgrewe (1860 Hammerstein - 1935 Berlin), die noch den alten Zustand der Umgebung mit Gärten und Vorgärten zeigt. Der Blick auf die Dorfkirche entspricht ungefähr der Sicht von der heutigen Straßenecke Hauptstraße/Dominicusstraße. Beigegeben die Urkunde von 1918 anlässlich der Überreichung des Bildes als Geschenk. Der Beschenkte war Hermann Ziegler, ein Berliner Sparkassendirektor. Rahmen mit Absplitterungen, Leinwand mit nur ganz kleinen Schichtschäden, insgesamt schön. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Délices satyriques ou Suitte du cabinet des vers satyriques de ce temps

      Chez Henri d'Arthez, Place de la Sorbonne, à la Petite Pomme rouge 1916 - Exemplaire de la bibliothèque de Frédéric Lachèvre, réimpression à partir de l'édition de 1620. Le préfacier indique que les attributions ont été tirées de la précieuse bibliographie de Monsieur Lachèvre. Cet exemplaire tiré spécialement pour Monsieur Lachèvre est sans doute le plus prestigieux que l'on puisse trouver pour ce livre. L'exemplaire a été relié par Blanchetière ; in-8 (17,5 x 21,8 cm), relié plein maroquin sous emboîtage, dos à 5 nerfs orné du titre et de l'année dorés, fer doré de F. Lachèvre sur le premier plat, tranche de tête dorée, liseré doré sur les coupes, roulettes dorées sur les contreplats, exemplaire à toutes marges spécialement tiré pour M. Frédéric Lachèvre sur japon, couverture conservée, ex-libris de F. Lachèvre, suivi de trois états de gravure signées, page de faux titre, deux autres états de gravure avant la page de titre (les états sont numérotés , ils ont été tiré à 13 exemplaires), avant-propos et extrait du privilège du Roy paginé de XII à XVI, puis 160 pages de poèmes satyriques par notamment Pierre Motin, Pierre Berthelod, Claude Desternod, Théophile de Viau, Claude Turrin, Jacques Tahureau, Clément Marot, Jean de Boyssieres, François de Louvencourt, Mathurin Regnier, Guy de Tours, Abraham de Vermeil, Remy Belleau et François de Malherbe ; dos très légèrement insolé, coins de l'emboîtage frottés, par ailleurs très bel état. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mufti. A Paper devoted to Civilian Interests. Vol. I, No. 1-7 [all published]

      Basildon: James Sellar,, 1916. Quarto (298 × 213 mm). 7 four-page issues, accompanied by a 6-page manuscript publication history in a precise and attractive hand, written in 1942 by the main contributor. Housed in black cloth folding case in black quarter leather drop-back box, title gilt to spine. Somewhat browned, some edge-splits, one issue a little cockled, but overall very good. First and only editions. The editor's set of a complete run of this short-lived fortnightly dedicated to conscientious objection, and pacifist opposition to conscription, the editor's set. Extremely uncommon: Copac has BL and perhaps Cambridge; OCLC adds Harvard, Houghton Library and Bibliothèque de documentation internationale contemporaine, Nanterre. An extraordinarily eccentric collection of anti-militarist opinion, its publication stimulated by the inception of conscription. More eccentric still is the tale of its founding, writing, printing and publication, which is fully told in the accompanying history, a unique document giving an insight into the hidden world of "objectors to military service". James Kirkby, of whom we have found no other trace, begins by explaining that, "From April 1914 to April 1916 I was a tenant on sufferance at Islington Turkish Baths … The Baths had been unfortunate, the subject of legal proceedings. They were kept open by a firm of solicitors connected with the proceedings, who had placed in them as resident temporary manager one of their clerks, a bearded Welshman ignorant of Welsh, but full of projects for the remodelling of society on a basis of Tolstoyan anarchism. His name was James Evans." Evans allows a friend of Kirkby's, Stanley Carlyle Potter ?- "who dealt in secondhand books and astrology" ?- to occupy the rooms not taken up by a small shop which "sold babies' caps and special food for vegetarians," which is run by two young ladies one of whom, "the comelier," was "informally attached to James Evans, who had conscientious objections to marriage." Kirkby himself occupied the "skylighted Cooling Room … We lay on Divans and regarded the large and dark oil-paintings all around us." Among the other refugees are three brothers, Jim, Fred and Harry Sellar, who had fled conscription in New Zealand under the Defence Acts of 1912, and their father who set up a small-holding at Basildon in Essex. Fred had "business acumen, some better education, and skill as an amateur printer," and suggests that Kirkby writes something that he and Jim can sell. "I was at the time destitute, living on credit on the little shop; arrangements were soon afterwards made for a small subscription to keep me going." The other major contributor, with a column on the back page, was the Quaker Samuel Veale Bracher, who had set up the Tolstoyan Whiteway Colony in Gloucestershire in 1898. All of them "worked at the composing stick and helped at the working of the Albion press that stood in the middle of the boys' room." They soon hit trouble with Evans, who believed that the founding of Mufti on his premises meant that "it would advertise his nucleus of a brotherhood of man and the goods in the little shop." They are forced to carry the press down to the cellar which was "dreadfully cold even when an oil-stove was kept burning … Our labours were unremitting: we had not enough type to set up all the paper; after printing one side we had to distribute a lot of type before we could complete the setting-up of the other." Finally, at a meeting, "at the Express Dairy Shop at the top of Essex Street, Strand of Bracher, Fred, and myself, on the 15th of May 1916, Mufti was declared dead." By way of summing up Kirkby tells what became of the members of this odd ménage: Evans dead, gored while milking a goat; Jim Sellar married to one of the two "young ladies" from the shop; Harry Sellar "got religion"; and Fred owned a printing business in Middlesex. And, in the midst of another global conflict, Kirby reflects on his present attitude to the principles that motivated Mufti's progenitors: "Though, not being a mystic pacifist like Evans nor a skilful evader-of-issues like Bracher, I am now convinced that the German power must be overthrown by force if life on this planet is to be tolerable … If the Germans had been a nation of Tolstoyans, nothing but misery could have resulted from the Versailles Treaty. They were far from that; and the victorious Powers were such fatheads that they neither helped Germany on to her feet nor firmly held her down." He concludes: "Mufti was not perfect in its wisdom. It was perfect in its punctuation - no other paper then could or now can say that of itself. The French War Museum wrote twice to Jim Sellar to know if there was any more of it. I hope Mufti did nothing to weaken the fibre of France to render easy Hitler's triumph there." An entrée into an unfamiliar British sub-culture of the Great War.

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        The Turtles of Tasman

      New York: MacMillan, 1916. Fourth printing from February 1917, five months after the first printing. A clean and bright NF/F copy in a VG dust jacket with the price of $1.25 on the spine. Scarce in dust jacket. . First Edition. Hard Cover. NF/F/Very Good.

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      The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1916. - First edition. Quarto. Three quarter leather and cloth, gold stamping on spine, raised bands, marbled endpapers, xxi [blank], 392 pp., frontis. [portrait of the author], all edges marbled, introduction, preface, illustrated, plates, portraits, map. Buffalo County is located in the mid-southern part of Nebraska with Kearney, Nebraska being its largest town. It is divided by present-day U. S. Highway Route 80. There is much on early settlements and settlers, the Pawnee Indians, early elections, cattle drives, cowboy problems, outlaws and lawmen, ranching and ranchers, Indian problems, agriculture. climate, rainfall, etc. Six Guns 165 says "Scarce." "Has a long chapter on the murder of the two nesters Mitchell and Ketchum by I. P. Olive, and of the latter's trial and death." Not in Adams Herd, but should be. Cosmetic restoration to spine ends, corners, and extremities else a very good copy housed in a slipcase with titles stamped in gold on the spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Los Angeles, 1916. [2]pp., on a folded sheet. With photograph of the author. Old fold lines. Very minor soiling. Photograph mounted on cardboard; typed label at bottom of image. Very good. [2]pp., on a folded sheet. Letter written by stage actress Helen Truman, later Mrs. J.T. Wynkoop, who was among the actors on stage at Ford's Theater the evening that President Lincoln was assassinated. Wynkoop writes following an article published about her in the L.A. TIMES, which discussed her life and that evening, and the fact that she was still alive so many years later. She writes, to Mr. A.I. Mudd: "Dear Sir, Yours of June 12 enclosing program of Apl. 14th 1865 received, and thank you very much for sending me one: I did keep several of them, at that time, but they were destroyed when I lost all my papers and wrdrobes in the fire at the Halliday Street Theatre in Baltimore some years later. But one which I had in New York which I gave to Col. T. Alston Brown, when he was writing his "History of the American Stage." I enclose a photo of myself taken about three years ago. When I was first on the stage I appeared under the name of Helen Truman, but as I grew more prominent I took my own of Helen Coleman. I knew that several men of that company that night claimed at times to be the only survivors, and I knew them all personally, and I knew they did not mean it. But when I read an article in the "Times" here that Jenny Gourly thought she was the only survivor, I thought I had better say I was still alive and the "Los Angeles Times" sent reporters to interview me: and printed an article which I am sending you by this mail. If there is any further information you may desire to know, I will gladly answer any questions regarding that time."

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        Diary of a Journey through the Sinai Peninsula and Arabia in 1914.

      London, Private, 1916, 21 cm x 14 cm. 78 pages. Original Hardcover. With 16 plates and external fold-out map. Good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Only slightly foxed. Obviously the author's own copy with underlining and annotations with pencil throughout the book

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        Das Urteil

      Kurt Wolff, Leipzig 1916 - Blk boards, somewhat worn; small losses to front and rear front edges; gilt titling and decoration, still quite bright. Parchment spine, very worn - backstrip disintegrated, stitched binding exposed. Binding very frail, but intact. German text.; 8vo (5" x 8"); 28 pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rinkitink in Oz

      Chicago: Reilly & Britton Co, 1916. 1st. Decorative Cloth. Collectible; Fine. An exceptionally bright and clean copy of the 1916 1st edition, 1st issue of the 10th title in the Oz series. All issue points conform to the first edition requirements as laid down by Hanff/Greene, including the 12 full-page color plates, executed by John R. Neill. Crisp and bright and Near Fine in its decorative cloth. Other than a bit of light soiling to the fore-edge, there are no flaws to speak of. Thick octavo, 314 pgs.

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        Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. First Edition.

      B.W. Huebsch, New York, 1916, - JOYCE, James. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. New York: B.W. Huebsch, MCMXVI [1916]. First American Printing. Pp. (4),1-299,(1). 8vo, blue cloth with blind-stamped lettering to front board, gilt lettering to spine. John J. Slocum and Herbert Cahoon, A Bibliography of James Joyce, 1882-1941,A11. Cyril Connolly, The Modern Movement, 1880-1950, 26. See also: James Joyce: Books & Manuscripts [a catalog by] Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, Inc., 25. The first printing of Joyce's first novel (third publication, after "Chamber Music" and "Dubliners"). "Stephen Dedalus describes his spiritual journey through his Jesuit education and petty bourgeois Dublin to forge through 'silence, exile and cunning' the 'uncreated conscience of his race'." - from Connolly, p. 33. A tad smoky, a few faint white spots to spine, discolouration to spine cloth, a couple small red spots to front board (below "P"in Portrait in first line, just above "as" in second line), some rubbing toouter hinges (inner hinges are still tight), else a very good copy, internally clean without a single foxed spot, marking, or marginal smudge. For this reason, this may be an Ideal Copy For a Fancy Rebind. 3,000.00 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Paris: Georges Crès, 1916. Fine. Georges Crès, Paris 1916, 12,5x19cm, relié. - first edition. Binding half brown morocco, spine with five nerves, when tail, fancy paper plates, and contreplats guards lined brown paper, wrappers and back preserved and bound in, gilded head, signed binding Goy P. & C. Vilaine. Rare autograph signed by the author, dated 1916, to Mrs. Clelia Fasileau. Quilts back insolated with small gaps. Rare copy of an autograph autograph dedication of the author enriched wearing an elegant binding. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en demi maroquin brun, dos à cinq nerfs, date en queue, plats de papier fantaisie, contreplats et gardes doublés de papier brun, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée, reliure signée de P. Goy & C. Vilaine. Rare envoi autographe signé de Victor Ségalen, daté de 1916, à Madame Clélie Fasileau. Couvertures piquées, dos insolé comportant de petits manques.  Rare exemplaire enrichi d'un envoi autographe vêtu d'une élégante reliure.

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        The Black Arrow:

      New York: Scribners, , 1916. A Tale of the Two Roses. Quarto. Original black cloth, gilt lettered spinet, colour illustration mounted on front cover, pictorial endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. N. C. Wyeth illustrations. Wear to ends of spine and corners, mild soiling to boards, a very good copy. First N.C. Wyeth illustrated edition.

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        Poème contre le grand crime - 1916.

      - Poème contre le grand crime - 1916. Genève, Édition de la revue "Demain", 1916, in-8, br., chemise demi-maroquin à long grain noir, étui bordé(P. Goy & C. Vilaine), 52 pp. (M.41) Édition originale, illustrée d'une grande composition macabre du peintre et verrier suisse Édmond BILLE. Ce recueil contient quatre poèmes : Au soldat tué, A la Belgique, Chant de l'hôpital, Tolstoy (sic). Il a été publié par la revue de Demain, dirigée par Henri Guilbeaux. Réfugié en Suisse pour raison de santé, l'auteur devient militant pacifiste après sa rencontre avec Romain Rolland, dont il s'éloignera par la suite. "Poème sur le crime poursuit l'engagement amorcé avec Pour l'Europe, texte de Romain Rolland et paru à la N.R.F. en 1915 dans le recueil Vous êtes des hommes. Lié à la colonie d'artistes et d'intellectuels réfractaires qui vivaient sur les bords du lac Léman, Jouve rejetait alors la poésie symboliste pour lui préférer une poésie au service de la paix." (Benoît Forgeot). Ex-dono et tampon à l'encre "Camille Ferre". Superbe exemplaire.

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        Das Abendmahl. Lithographie.

      1916.. Signiert und gewidmet "nach vielen Jahren am Gründonnerstag 1960 wiedergesehen / dank Edgar Horstmanns Sammlertreue! OKokoschka". Im Stein monogrammiert. 21,1 x 27 cm. Papier: 23,2 x 28 cm.. Wingler/Welz 83. Söhn HDO 10617-1. Erschienen als Titelseite von "Der Bildermann" bei Paul Kassirer, Berlin 1916. Mit Widmung für den Kokoschka Sammler Edgar Horstmann, Hamburg. - "Kokoschkas Version des biblischen Abendmahls ist das Produkt intensiver Auseinandersetzung mit dem aus dem Jahe 1661 datierten Gemälde Rembrandts "Das Gastmahl des Claudius Civilis" [...] Kokoschka versucht durch Licht-Schatten-Kontraste einen plastisch umgrenzten imaginären Raum zu schaffen." (W./W. S. 100f). - Minimale Flecken, durch alte Montierung nach recto durchschlagend. Obere Ecken verso mit Montierungsresten.

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        Le feu EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier

      Paris: Flammarion, 1916. Fine. Flammarion, Paris 1916, 14x20cm, relié. - First edition, one of 165 numbered copies on Holland paper. "Bradel" binding covered with handmade paper back with four nerves with very slight traces of rubbing, first board hit in the middle of a golden monogram surrounded by a golden crown plant, guards and contreplats paper to pan, cover and spine preserved, gilt-witnesses, elegant contemporary binding unsigned head. Beautiful copy nicely established binding time. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 165 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande. Reliure à la bradel en plein cartonnage recouvert de papier à la cuve, dos à quatre nerfs comportant de très légères traces de frottements, premier plat frappé en son centre d'un monogramme doré entouré d'une couronne végétale dorée, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée sur témoins, élégante reliure de l'époque non signée. Bel exemplaire joliment établi en reliure du temps.

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        25 Juin 1916: Journee Serbe

      Paris, 1916. Poster. 47 x 31.25 inches. This World War I poster features soldiers drawn in dark colors, surrounded by distressed travelers. The imagery is ominous yet artfully rendered. The font is large and red. Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859-1923), was from Switzerland and live in Paris. This poster is in very good condition.

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        The Girl and the Faun Illustrated by Frank Brangwyn

      London: Cecil Palmer & Hayward, 1916. Edition de luxe. Limited. Signed.. Large 4to. (13 x 10 inches). pp.115. Four tipped in colour plates, five full-page monochrome illusts (including half-title and title), and monochrome decorative borders throughout. Original quarter parchment over grey paper. Front cover and spine decoratively stamped and lettered in gilt. Grey endpapers. T.e.g. Other edges uncut. Light marks or rubs to parchment. Book plate of Nigel Temple to front free endpaper, pencil remarks to pastedown and old price in pencil to flyleaf. No. 176 of the de luxe edition limited to 350 copies. Signed by the author, the illustrator and the publisher. A handsome book. Oversize or heavy book, requiring extra postage. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

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        Memories of a Publisher, 1865-1915

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons 1916 - 8vo., red cloth lettered in gilt; top edge gilt; paperclip indentation. Second edition. A presentation copy, inscribed: "To Henry W. Jessup, from Geo. Haven Putnam, September 24, 1916," on the front endpaper. The recipient, Henry Wynans Jessup, a professor of law at New York University, published numerous treatises on the law; his son, Philip C. Jessup, attained distinction as a US diplomat. Beside the presentation, Jessup clipped a lengthy letter from Putnam discussing the recent execution of Christian and Mohammedan Syrians by the Turkish authorities and requesting Jessup's assistance. A compelling association with a distinguished provenance. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A Portrait of The Artist as a Young Man

      New York: B. W. Huebsch,, 1916. 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, plain burgundy coated endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. First edition, first printing. Due at least in part to the adverse reception of the Egoist serialisation of A Portrait, no English printer would print the book for fear of prosecution under the obscenity laws. So it was Huebsch that undertook the true first publication. He would send from this print run about 750 sets of sheets for issue in the UK in February 1917. Whilst the number of copies issued in America is undetermined the number could not have been large since he had sold out by March and called for a second printing by April. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man was Joyce's first novel and introduces to the world one of the two key characters in Ulysses. Stephen Dedalus was created by the author as a kind of doppelganger - the author as he would have been had he not left Ireland in 1904. Its opening sentence by itself redefining what a novel could be.

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