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        The Voyages of the Morning


      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. ]
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        1916 Wisden Publishers Rebind (+) with Covers

      Hi, This lot is an 1916 Original Wisden , Rebound with covers. The binding is known as a publishers rebind, well sort of, it has more of a hard back feel than a ""publishers"" rebind. Close to that of a œ6000 Hardback. In Very good condition. The boards are very similar to that of an original hardback, especially to the spine (but it is not) , it is bound with covers and very nice inside. A couple of marks to the boards but a superb 1916. Buy-it-now. More Photos on request.

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        Drawings of the Flags in Use At the Present Time by Various Nations

      London: Printed under the Authority of His Majesty's Stationery Office, by Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1916. Hardback (No Dust Wrapper.). Poor. Sticker to the spine. Bruised at the head, tail and corners of the binding which is a little shaken. Both hinges tape reinforced. Text complete, clean and tight in general. Some blanks have had the correct flags added by way of pasted on coloured and shaped flags.. Please note that at 3Kg. this book will require additional postage outside of the UK. | Black boards with Gilt titling to the Spine & Upper Board. 11" x 7". 36 [200]pp. | [Illustrated by way of: Colour Plates [200]; Assumed first edition as this copy lacks the errata pages of later printings. Possibly rebound with titling of the later, 1930s, printing which this one preceded.] Need further photos or information? Just use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I'll be pleased to help. The book is in stock and ships, POST INCLUDED in the UK, from the bucolic paradise of Peasedown St. John, near Bath in England from a long-established bookseller - your purchase guaranteed by my reputation and the UK Distance Selling Act. Remember! Your purchase means my Jack Russells get their supper! Condition ::

      [Bookseller: BookLovers of Bath]
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        El Koran das heißt Die Lesung. Die Offenbarungen des Mohammed ibn Abdallah, des Propheten Gottes. Zu Schrift gebracht durch Abdelkaaba Abdallah Abu-Bekr übertragen durch Lazarus Goldschmidt im Jahre der Flucht 1334 oder 1916 der Fleischwerdung.

      Berlin Brandus 1916 - Gr.-4° (37 x 28 cm). 214 S., 1 Bl. auf van Geldern-Bütten. Mit farbig illustriertem Doppeltitel. Grüner Orig.-Pergamentbd mit reicher Goldprägung auf beiden Deckeln u. Kopfgoldschnitt. Rodenberg 445. - Eines von 200 (gesamt 240) Exemplaren. - Wortgetreue Übertragung nach der Flügelschen Ausgabe. Die Ausstattung (farbiger Titel u. farbige Zierleisten) im Gepräge der älteren Handschriften sowie die Lettern zur verwendeten Delitsch-Antiqua stammen von Goldschmidt, gedruckt bei Julius Klinkhardt in Leipzig. - Einband gering berieben, Rücken etwas verblaßt, oberes Kapital im hinteren Außengelenk ganz leicht eingerissen, die ersten 4 Blatt leicht stockfleckig. - Schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Eckert & Kaun GbR]
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      Izd. Devriena Petrograd 1916 - Folio (35 x 27). 12 pp. chromolith. pp. Publisher's illustrated covers; very slightly rubbed. First and only edition of this beautifully produced children's book, with unusually large dimensions and hard covers. Rare: apparently no copies held in the Russian State Library; WorldCat locates only one copy in the West (NYPL).

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
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        Edmund Dulac's Fairy Book. Fairy Tales of the Allied Nations.

      London Hodder and Stoughton 1916 - Limited edition, number 25 or 250 copies signed by the Artist, 4to., 15 tipped-in colour plates by Dulac, publisher's highly decorative cloth gilt, slight browning towards page edges and to endpapers, binding slightly toned otherwise near fine. Fourteen international fairy tales, including Snegorotchka, Russia; The Buried Moon, England; Bashtchelik, Serbia; The Serpent Prince, Italy; The Hind of the Wood, France; The Fire Bird, Russia; Urashima Taro, Japan; The Story of the Bird Feng, China, etc. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
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        Love of Ireland - Poems and Ballads - With which is incorporated "Poems of the Irish Rebellion 1916". [Signed and inscribed by Clement Shorter to C. Albert Maggs in December 1916].

      Maunsel and Co., Dublin and London 1916 - First Edition [No. 4 of only 25 copies printed]. Dublin and London, Maunsel and Co., 1916. Octavo. 93, (2), 8 pages. Hardcover / In a beautiful modern masterbinding with new endpapers and new spinelabel with gilt lettering. Top edge gilt. Binding by Bayntun - Riviere in Bath. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Top edge gilt. Includes the Easter Rising poems: 16 Dead Men / The Choice / Conscription / The Hill-Side Men / The Sacred Fire / Includes also several other patriotic poetry by Dora Sigerson like: "Ireland" / Kathleen Ni-Houlihan" / Patriotism / The Flight of the Wild Geese / The Banshee / The Youth Bewitched / An Irish Blackbird / The Road to Cabinteely / The Bard of Breffney etc. Dora Maria Sigerson Shorter (16 August 1866 – 6 January 1918) was an Irish poet and sculptor, who after her marriage in 1895 wrote under the name Dora Sigerson Shorter. She was born in Dublin, Ireland, the daughter of George Sigerson, a surgeon and writer, and Hester (née Varian), also a writer. She was a major figure of the Irish Literary Revival, publishing many collections of poetry from 1893. Her friends included Katharine Tynan, Rose Kavanagh and Alice Furlong, writers and poets. In 1895 she married Clement King Shorter, an English journalist and literary critic. They lived together in London, until her death at age 51 from undisclosed causes. (Wikipedia) Sprache: English Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Top edge gilt. Hardcover / In a beautiful modern masterbinding with new endpapers and new spinelabel with gilt lettering. Top edge gilt. Binding by Bayntun - Riviere in Bath. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop Ltd.]
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        History of the First Regiment Minnesota Volunteer Infantry 1861-1864. With maps and illustrations

      "Stillwater, Minn": "Easton & Masterman, printers". 1916. "First edition, 8vo, pp. [1], 508; frontispiece portrait of Gov. Alexander Ramsey, 5 other portraits, 1 plate showing 3 portraits (including Christopher B. Heffelfinger - see below), 4 plates of monuments, 2 folding maps, and 1 map in the text; original blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; cracking in the cloth in the top half of the upper joint; hinges cracked; all else very good and sound. This copy with an important inscription: ""James Ford Bell, Jr. from Grandmother Heffelfinger, August 14, 1916."" James Ford Bell, Jr. was the eldest son of the founder of General Mills, and what is now the James Ford Bell Library at the University of Minnesota. James, Jr. was known locally as the CEO of Red Owl Food Store chain, and was also a noted conservationist. His ""Grandmother Heffelfinger"" was the wife of Christopher B. Heffelfinger, one of the authors of this book, who from 1861 through 1864 served in Company D of the famous First Minnesota Infantry Regiment, rising in rank from sergeant to captain shortly after the Battle of Gettysburg. After serving the full term of his three-year enlistment, Heffelfinger was mustered out at Fort Snelling in May 1864. After a brief appointment as a relief agent in the United States Sanitary Commission in 1864, he re-enlisted in April 1865 and was appointed a major in the First Minnesota Regiment of Heavy Artillery. Heffelfinger died in 1915 while this book was about to go to press, although he did read through the manuscript and made suggestions ""which have been adopted in the text as it now appears."" Searles, Taylor, Heffelfinger, and two others (also deceased) were the members of the ""Coville Commission"" who had charge of the preparation of this history."

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        Mountain Interval

      New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1916. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing. First issue with a line repeated on page 88, and "come" instead of "gone" on page 93. Very Good, lacking dust jacket. Cloth lightly scuffed, and rubbed at corners and spine ends; spine slightly darkened. Endsheets show foxing and soiling; front hinge tender at top. Pages are toned, with occasional foxing and light reading wear. A very lovely copy of the first issue.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Trifles in Sculpture, from the Collection of J. H. P

      London: J. J. Waddington, Privately Printed. G+ : in Good+ condition without dust jacket. Boards lightly rubbed and bumped with slight darkening of spine. Contents very good. 1916. First Edition. Blue paper covered boards with white linen spine. 260mm x 190mm (10" x 7"). [70pp.]. 32 sepia plates with descriptions on opposite page. A privately printed book of the author's collection of sculpture. Printed on handmade paper. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        Scarce Autograph Letter Signed, in German, on small 8vo stationery card, "Sköien near Kristiania," n.d. but most likely late 1916

      - Important for its art association, in our letter Munch requests a subscription to the new art magazine "Das Kunstblatt" which published an article about him in its first issue. At the end of our art association letter, he signs in full, "Edvard Munch." Translated in full, "Dear Sir, I would like to subscribe to Kunstblatt [Art Journal] for one year and would like to start my subscription with the first issue. Respectfully, Evard Munch Sköien near Kristiania." "Das Kunstblatt" is a German art magazine, published in Weimar by Paul Westheim from 1917 until 1933. It was an important and influential periodical on contemporary art. The first issue came out in January of 1917 and in it was an article on Munch written by Gustav Schiefler, with whom Munch had a correspondence over a long period of time, from 1902 to 1935. Schiefler wrote the authoritative catalogue of Munch's graphic work, "Verzeichnis des Graphischen Werks Edvard Munchs bis 1906) (published in Berlin in 1907). Munch's request to "start my subscription with the first issue" suggests that he was writing just before the publication of the first issues which was in January of 1917, hence the date of this letter being late 1916 or possibly very early 1917. That, in addition to his having purchased and moved into his home at Ekely at Skoien near Kristiania in 1916. Munch bought the Ekely property at Skoien (or Skoyen) on the outskirts of Oslo which was, at the time, called Kristiana. It was called Kristiana and spelled with the "K"from 1877 until 1925 when it became known as Oslo. He lived at Ekely for the rest of his life. It was also in 1916 that the decorations for the University Aula were completed, at which point Munch began to have large outdoor studios built on his property for his large paintings. According to Wikipedia, Munch built onto Ekely to the point of it being a nearly self-sufficient estate. Munch letters are scarce. Sehr geehrter Herr Ich möchte gern auf Kunstblatt für ein Jahr abonnieren und möchte auch gern der Abonnement schon erste Monat anfangen. Mit vorzüglicher Hochachtung Edvard Munch Sköien n Kristiania ------ Dear Sir, I would like to subscribe to Kunstblatt [Art Journal] for one year and would like to start my subscription with the first issue. Respectfully, Evard Munch Sköien near Kristiania. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Schulson Autographs, Ltd.]
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        ANDROCLES AND THE LION. Contents: Androcles And The Lion, Overruled and Pygmalion.


      [Bookseller: Lucius Books]
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        Quand les français ne s'aimaient pas

      first edition on the current paper.Bound in half red morocco, spine slightly thinned with five nerves, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, wrappers and back preserved and bound in, gilded headPrecious signed autograph of Charles Maurras: "To Madame Colette Willy, in memory of the roundel."An upper corner slightly blunted. Nouvelle librairie nationale Paris 1916 12x19cm relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Cervantes Revista Mensual Ibero-Americana ( 1 a 13 ) 13 Primeros Numeros. ( Agosto 1916 - Agosto 1917 )

      Garcia Y G. Saez, Madrid 1916 - 13 primeros numeros Año I y II ( Agosto 1916 - Agosto 1917 ). N°1 ( 205p. )/ N°2 ( 207p. )/ N°3 ( 208p. )/ N°4 ( 206p. )/ N°5 ( 206p. )/ N°6 ( 189p. )/N°7 ( 190p. )/N°8 ( 191p. )/N°9 ( 191p. )/N°10 ( 191p. )/N°11 ( 190p. )/N°12 ( 192p. )/N°13 ( 191p. ). Todos los numeros Encuadernados en Tapa Rustica Original. / Detalles de la obra: - N°5 ( Dos puntos de perforacion en la tapa y primeras 30p. ) -N°8 ( Falta contratapa ) -N°9 ( Rotura en el borde frontal de 5p., no daña el texto ). Fatiga general en tapas y contratapas y pequeñas roturas en el lomo de los numeros. El estado general del interior de cada numero es muy bueno sin subrayados ni anotaciones. LAS IMAGENES SON ORIGINALES DE NUESTRO LIBRO. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Liber Nahuel Vazquez]
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      PARA CELEBRAR NUESTRO 25 ANIVERSARIO APLICAMOS UN 10 % DE DESCUENTO EN TODOS NUESTROS ARTICULOS ( DESCUENTO YA APLICADO AL PRECIO QUE FIGURA EN EL ARTICULO ). - Madrid. Lib. de la Vda. de G. Pueyo. Tip. M. García y G. Sáez, dia XIII de Noviembre de MCMXVI (1916). 1ª edic. Col. Rubén Darío, Vol. nº II. 19x13 cm. 158 págs. conserva las cubiertas, lomo reforzado casero con papel. Contiene un cuento manuscrito de mano anónima, ¿Margarita, te quiero contar un cuento¿, ect. de Rubén Darío, en las 3 primeras págs. # poesía. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librería Torreón de Rueda]
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        Amores Poems

      New York: B. W. Huebsch,, 1916. Octavo. Original brown cloth, gilt lettered spine and front cover, top edges gilt. With the dust jacket. Jacket spine toned, a few nicks, chips, and creases. A very good copy. First US edition, first printing, published two months after the London edition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Panterkopf", 1916.

      - Zweifarb. (braun/schwarz) Holzschnitt, 15 x 14,2 cm. (Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel/Franken 1881 – 1965 Wien)

      [Bookseller: Galerie Magnet GmbH]
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        Das Urteil. Eine Geschichte.

      Leipzig, Kurt Wolff 1916 - 21.5 x 13 cm, 28 S., neu in blau - marmor. Halbfranz eingebunden, Or - Br. mit Läsuren, [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat A. Wempe]
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        Typed Letter Signed ("Theodore Roosevelt"; 2 holograph corrections)

      1916 - In blue fountain pen ink on printed Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y. letterhead, February 3, 1916. 10" x 7". 2 separate pages (recto only). With the original typed mailing envelope, with a 2 cent stamp and postmarked New York, with Rangoon censor stamp and Rangoon backstamp of March 19, 1916. Very good. To Mr. L.H. Mosier, Esq. American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, Burmese Department, Pyinmana [Burma]. "My dear Mr. Mosier:-- Thank you for that very interesting account of your tiger experience. You ask me three questions: First, - Can I believe the Story? Most emphatically, yes! You tell it with convincing truthfulness. Any man experienced both in men and in animals, and any writer of his own ('his own' holograph addition) adventures, will realize that your story is true, from your account. Second. You ask me do I believe it can be accounted for without acknowledging supernatural intervention. Most emphatically, yes! It does not even suggest anything supernatural. Indeed, the part that you consider most wonderful is by no means the most wonderful part. You describe the tiger as fleeing from you when a number of your friends and yourself ran after him, just subsequent to his killing the buffalo calf. There is nothing extraordinary in this. On the contrary, I think that probably nine times out of ten, - certainly twice out of three times, - the ordinary tiger or lion, under such circumstances, would have acted exactly as this beast acted. It was, of course, a dangerous thing for you to do, simply because there was the one chance in ten, or one in three, that the tiger would not behave as his kind ordinarily do behave. But, where I have been in Africa, I have often known natives, when several of them were together, to run up and scare a lion from his freshly killed prey. Third, - You ask me if I believe it to be a miraculous intervention. For the reasons above, I do not think there is anything miraculous about it. The really extraordinary fact was the fact that the tiger repeatedly came back to the remains of the calf, even after he had been so terribly shot. This also is not unparalleled, although very rare. Thanking you, I am, Sincerely yours, Theodore Roosevelt." An experienced big-game hunter, former President Theodore Roosevelt responds to the first hand account of a Burmese tiger hunt and his own knowledge and expertise. Roosevelt had already made his yearlong African hunting and scientific expedition (March, 1909-March, 1910) and had explored the River of Doubt on a seven-month, 1,500 mile expedition in S. America (October, 1913-May, 1914). He had also published a number of books on the subject: Life Histories of African Game Animals and Through the Brazilian Wilderness (both 1914). Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), author, statesman, and explorer; 26th President of the United States (1901-09). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA]
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        Letterproef der Lettergieterij 'Amsterdam' voorheen N. Tetterode; Spécimen général de la Fonderie 'Amsterdam' successeur de N. Tetterod.

      Lettergieterij 'Amsterdam' No date [1916]. xxxii, 720 s. + 96a-l, 310a-d, 314a-b, 354a-d, 410a-b, 416a-b, 466a-b, 564a-b, 576a-h. 4to (27,5 x 20,5 cm). Beige cloth, blind stamped and gilt. A smaller spot on front board, upper corner at front board with minor bump, otherwise in great condition. Printed in colour. A large type specimen book with a wide range of typefaces plus borders, ornaments, rules, symbols &c. Includes a section with "exotic" typefaces such as Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese and others. Samples of advertisements, title pages, menus, etc. With index. (Lane & Lommen no. 334)

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Morris]
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        F?hrer durch das Aquarium (Besucher vor Becken)

      Berlin 1916 - 10,5 x 16,5 cm 48 Seiten 50 gr. Einband berieben, Vorbesitzervermerk [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Schueling Buchkurier]
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        THE NEST-BUILDER By BEATRICE FORBES 1916 (Super Scarce!)

      NY: FREDERICK A. STOKES, 1916. Book. Good. Hardcover. TITLE: THE NEST-BUILDER By BEATRICE FORBES 1916 (Super Scarce!) AUTHOR: BEATRICE FORBES PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) / COPYRIGHT: FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY, NY 1916 EDITION: First Edition ISBN: None CATEGORY: Love, First Edition, Rare BINDING/COVER: Hardback without dust jacket COLOR: Green SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 376 pages. CONDITION: The book is without a dust jacket. The outside is in good condition; there is a dry white spot to the cloth (mottling) on the spine near the bottom edge (see photo). The inside is in good condition; there is age foxing on just a few pages. Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean and book is tight and sturdy. All the pages are present in book. Good/None dust jacket condition. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: WITH A FRONTISPIECE By J. HENRY. There are no other 1916 Frederick Stokes copies First Edition found for sale on the internet at the time of this research!!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, book(s) will ship immediately to customer (it's on the way), you are welcome to email about shipment date! We offer free gift wrapping year round on all our products regardless of item's cost. REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: RSTC 005412 .

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      Privately printed by H. W. Graber, 1916. - First edition. 8vo. Three quarter leather and cloth, frontis., (portrait of H. W. Graber), 442 pp., preface. One of the finest narratives relating to the 8th Texas Cavalry and his reminiscences of early Ellis and Dallas Counties. His experiences during the Civil War were both numerous and varied in nature, as he was wounded in Tennessee and captured, tried to escape, and was imprisoned. Eventually he was paroled and rejoined his command in time to take part in the middle Tennessee Campaign. Eventually, at the end of the war, he returned to Texas after declining parole and requesting to be sent home. One of the rarest and desirable of the Texas Confederate regimentals. Howes G279, "printed in a small edition." Original spine professionally replaced, new front and rear endpapers, typed note dated 1911 to Mrs. Graber and newspaper review from 1916 laid-in, else a very good, tight, square copy of a rare book. HOWES G279. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Serving at Mass.

      12mo. Ditchling, Sussex: Douglas Pepler, 1916. 12mo, (4), 35, (1)pp. With a small cut on the title-page, the last leaf of text, and the colophon. Original black paper wrappers printed in silver, a perfect copy. First edition, first issue with the dark gray wrappers printed in silver. Gill’s first book, a great rarity -- 3 copies located at US Institutions and 2 in the UK; none at auction or for sale since 1984. Virtually unknown in this condition.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Androcles and the Lion, Overruled, Pygmalion

      New York: Bretano's, 1916. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. A Very Good + copy of the first American edition, first printing, of these three Plays in book form in the Publisher's original green cloth (modest rubbing to the spine ends and board corners, slight loss to the spine label but with "Androcles" and the balance of the often sun-faded spine label remaining quite bright) in a Very Good example of the quite scarce dust jacket (general wear and tear, staining and some surface loss to the spine, tide mark to the lower spine and lower panels adjacent to the spine tail); a collection of three Shaw plays, including his famous Play "Pygmalion" which first reached the stage in 1913 and features Professor Henry Higgins who bets with a fellow scholar that he, Higgins, could train a poor flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, to pass for a duchess at an ambassador's garden party by teaching her proper English and manners including by changing her pronunciation to that used in England's High Society. Shaw's Higgins character was inspired by a number of British professors of phonetics including Alexander Melville Bell, Alexander J. Ellis, Tito Pagliardini, and, most importantly, by the cantankerous Henry Sweet. The work was adapted by Lerner and Lowe for a stage musical titled "My Fair Lady" which then provided the basis for the 1964 film of the same name starring Audrey Hepburn (whose singing voice was provided by Marni Nixon) as Eliza Doolittle, Rex Harrison as Professor Henry Higgins, Stanley Holloway as Alfred P. Doolittle, Wilfrid Hyde-White as Colonel Hugh Pickering, Gladys Cooper as Mrs. Higgins, and Jeremy Brett as Freddy Eynsford-Hill (whose singing voice was provided by Bill Shirley). The film won eight Academy Awards ("Oscars"), including those for Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Director. George Bernard Shaw won the 1925 Nobel Prize in Literature for his work "... marked by both idealism and humanity, its stimulating satire often being infused with a singular poetic beauty". This first American edition in book form was published prior to the publication of the first UK edition and, in our experience, copies of this TRUE FIRST EDITION IN BOOK FORM COMPLETE WITH THE DUST JACKET are SURPRISINGLY SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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      London: The Poetry Bookshop, 1916. Small quarto. Printed colored pictorial wrappers. Some tanning to wrapper, with chipping, nicks and shallow losses along the overlap edges, signs of partial repair to clean splits along the upper joint. A sound but surprisingly ordinary copy from the collections of H. Bradley Martin and (later) James O. Edwards. Folding cloth case, with the respective collection labels. First edition of the author's first book, including some of his most significant war poems. The wrapper design is by Claude Lovat Fraser. A quarter century ago, at the 1990 Martin Sale, this copy sold for $1870 including add-ons, when any number of better copies could have been had for the same, or less. HIGGINSON & WILLIAMS A1. WOOLMER A15a. REILLY (WWI), p.146. HAYWARD 330.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        El Koran, das heißt Die Lesung. Die Offenbarungen des Mohammed ibn Abdallah, des Propheten Gottes, zu Schrift gebracht durch Abdelkaaba Abu-Bekr, übertragen durch Lazarus Goldschmidt, im Jahre .

      Berlin. Brandussche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1916. - alle Seiten mit zweifarbigem Rahmen, zweispaltiger Druck, 2°. 37,3 x 27,0 cm. 214 (1) Seiten, In gutem Zustand. der Einband in den Rändern etwas berieben und vom Buchbinder retuschiert, der Buchblock unbeschnitten, die Lagen am Kopf nicht aufgeschnitten, die Vorsätze etwas stockig, der hintere Spiegel mit Resten eines kleinen montierten Zettels, einige Seiten in den Rändern gering braunfleckig. vollständiger Titel: El Koran, das heißt Die Lesung Die Offenbarungen des Mohammed ibn Abdallah, des Propheten Gottes, zu Schrift gebracht durch Abdelkaaba Abu-Bekr, übertragen durch Lazarus Goldschmidt, im Jahre der Flucht 1334 oder 1916 der Fleischwerdung, -"Wortgetreue Übertragung aus dem Urtext nach der Flügelschen Ausgabe, Aussatttung im Gepräge der älteren Handschriften. Die Entwürfe der Titel, Zierleisten und der für dieses Werk geschnittenen Lettern zur Delitsch-Antiqua, die Einteilung und Überwachung des Satzes, sowie die gesamte Ausstattung sind vom Übersetzer. Gedruckt im Auftrag der Brandusschen Verlagsbuchhandlung in Berlin bei Julius Klinckhardt in Leipzig in einer allgemeinen Ausgabe von zehn Abzügen auf Pergament und 200 Abzügen auf Van Gelder-Bütten und einer Fürstenausgabe von einem Abzug auf Kalbpergament (für den Übersetzer) und 29 Abzügen auf Japanvelin, von denen dieses ist Exemplar Nr. 116 der allgemeinen Ausgabe". vom Buchbinder restauriertes Exemplar mit neuem Buchrücken, Hardcover in Pappband, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Leipziger Antiquariat e.K.]
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        With the British Army on the Western Front [portfolio]

      The Sphere & Tatler Ltd, 6 Great New Street, Fetter Lane, E.C., [London] 1916 - A portfolio of twelve photogravure signed prints in original folder, with printed tissue fly-leaves bearing titles and descriptions. This includes an introduction to the work of Matania (with photograph) written by Clement K Shorter, Editor and Director, The Sphere, dated 30 September 1916.Folio: 21-3/4" wide x 15-3/4" high.Card Mounting board: 21-1/2" wide x 15-1/2" high.Signed Plates each: 15-1/4" wide x 10-7/8" high. Condition: Original illustrated & titled folder soiled however, complete with original ties - cloth spine complete - hinges repair to folding flap - title page and introduction sheet chipped to the edges, with a few crease lines and a damp stain mark in the fold. All 12 prints have the original tissue guards firmly attached and in very good condition. The actual prints within the mounting boards are in very good condition however, a few have a slight damp stain to the mounting boards margins. All prints have a blind stamp to the lower left corner of the print which reads: "Fine Art" "O*OPH*A" "Trade Guild" and the signature of F. Matania in pencil. The description for each print is printed on the tissue guard in the lower right corner. Overall in good condition.Chevalier Fortunino Matania (16th April 1881 - 8th February 1963) was an Italian artist noted for his realistic portrayal of World War I trench warfare and of a wide range of historical subjects. At the outbreak of the First World War, Matania became a war artist and was acclaimed for his graphic and realistic images. He was one of the most accomplished realistic illustrators and artists of his time, his wartime work was immensely popular and appeared in nearly every major news magazine, Allied, Neutral and Central Powers alike. Literally tens of millions of readers saw wartime events through the medium of Matania's weekly illustrations and, as such, he played an important role. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Arpad Schmidhammer John Bull Nimmersatt Propaganda Bilderbuch Weltkrieg

      Buch 1916 - (Bücher 10994) Arpad Schmidhammer John Bull Nimmersatt Und wie's ihm ergangen hat Ein Trutzbüchlein Meinz, Scholz, um 1916 aus der Reihe: Scholz' Künstler-Bilderbücher Original-Einband 8 Bll. Erste Ausgabe Äusserst seltenes Propaganda-Bilderbuch aus dem Ersten Weltkrieg - gegen England gerichtet Kanten nur leicht berieben insgesamt sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar dieser Bilderbuch-Rarität! Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! Viele weitere antiquarische Bücher und alte Grafiken in unserem shop! Sprache: Deutsch

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        Golf: The Book of a Thousand Chuckles - The Famous Golf Cartoons By Briggs

      P.F. Volland, Chicago 1916 - Unpaginated [124 pages] Oblong, 9 x 12 1/4, half cloth and pictorial boards, contains the rare original cardboard illustrated box, which contains the same image as the front board. Although the cartoons are in black and white, the faces of many of the people depicted have been colored in beige. The colors remain vibrant. Murdoch 78, Donovan & Murdoch 7430, D&J B24460. A book of comical golf cartoons. Briggs was a well-known cartoonist in his day, working for William Randolph Hearst's newspapers. Briggs had a nationally syndicated column in the New York Tribune and his Sunday cartoon ¿Mr. and Mrs.¿ was carried by hundreds of papers across the nation. Aside from two small tears in the box that do not detract from the appearance the book and box are in virtually the same condition as the day it was issued. A true rarity with the box, in its original state. We specialize in golf books. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Chinese Speaker - Readings in Modern Mandarin. Parts I-IV.

      Shanghai, Christian Literature Society & Kelly and Walsh, 1916. 4°, Leinen III, III, II, 403 p. Complete. Dual Chinese and English text. The very scarce first edition of this important work. Original cloth, text clean and sound. Overall a Good copy Versand D: 5,00 EUR Chinesische Literatur, Sprache, Chinesische Sprache, Sinologie

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        Photograph Collection Documenting the 13th Cavalry Regiment on the Mexican Border

      Columbus, New Mexico, 1916. Photographs. Very Good. A collection of 10 photographs showing F Troop of the 13th Cavalry Regiment on the Mexican Border in the vicinity of Columbus, New Mexico sometime between 1912 and 1921. Photographs are backstamped, "Fox-Tone/Print/Fox Co./San Antonio, Tex." The 13th Cavalry was assigned to the Army's El Paso Border Patrol in 1912 and headquartered at Columbus, New Mexico. Its patrol area covered about 65 miles of the border between the towns of Noria in the east and Hermanas in the west. The regiment was truly a field unit, and no buildings were constructed for its use until late in 1914. F Troop was initially stationed at Culbertson's Ranch on the Mexican border, fifty miles south of Hachita, however by early 1916 it had relocated to Columbus to join with the Headquarters and six other regimental troops. On 9 March 1916, Pancho Villa launched a surprise raid on Columbus with a force of well over 500 horsemen in an attempt to steal money, supplies, horses, and arms for his revolutionary Army of the North. Although the Villistas were initially successful, the 13th Cavalry and armed townsfolk soon repulsed the Mexicans who retreated back across the border to what they presumed to be a safe haven. Unfortunately for the Villistas, two of the regiment's troops (as in company-size cavalry units and not individual soldiers) disregarded the standing rules of engagement and charged into Mexico in hot pursuit, caught the fleeing force after a chase of fifteen miles, and inflicted heavy casualties upon it. Within a week, General Pershing (who had been stationed at El Paso) organized an expeditionary force of 10,000 including the 13th Cavalry and launched an eleven-month campaign 350 miles deep into Mexico. Although Villa was not captured, Pershing's force destroyed the operational capability of his army and secured the border. Following the expedition, the 13th Cavalry returned to its garrison in Columbus. Five of these photographs show F Troop in various mounted formations. Two of the photographs show the troop's mules and supply wagon, and one photograph shows the troop engaged in mounted marksmanship training. The collection includes two additional Real Photo Postcards of I Troop of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment, which patrolled the border between El Paso and Presidio, Texas. A unique collection of scarce photographs showing early 20th century cavalry life on the Mexican border.

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        THE WRITINGS OF JOHN MUIR [10 Volumes. Sierra Edition, with Handwritten Manuscript Page]

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1916-1924. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 10 volume set. Bound in green cloth with gold lettering and California poppy on the covers. Leather labels on the spines, also with gold lettering. Volumes 1-8 have brown leather labels; volumes 9-10 have dark green labels. (but they are numbered 1-10). Volumes 9-10 are bound in a cloth that is one or two shades darker green than the others. Volumes 1-8 have the bookplate of Charles Edwin Fox on the inside front cover. (since they were issued several years after the others. ) Volume 1. Boyhood and Youth - Walk to the Gulf. 1917. 427 pages. Inserted page at the front signed but publisher stating that this copy is "one of the first impression" of the Sierra Edition, supplied to Charles Edwin Fox. Dated 1920. There is a half-page of the original manuscript, in John Muir's hand, tipped in at the front. It is a part of Mountains of California, chapter 9, describing a squirrel. Volume 2. My First Summer in the Sierra. 1917. 271 pages. Volume 3. Travels in Alaska. 1917. 398 pages. Volume 4. Mountains of California I. 1917. 300 pages. Volume 5. Mountains of California II. 1917. 308 pages. Volume 6. Our National Parks. 1917. 399 pages. Volume 7. The Cruise of the Corwin. 1918. 303 pages. Volume 8. Steep Trails. 1918. 390 pages. Volume 9. The Life and Letters I. 1923, 398 pages. Volume 10. The Life and Letters II. 1924. 453 pages. Overall very good condition. Clean and square, without stains or marks. Scuffing on the labels on the spine adds character, rather than detracting. This is the Sierra Edition of Muir's works, including the final 2 volumes which are ofter not seen with set. The same publishers also put out a Manuscript Edition of Muir's works with a piece of Muir's handwritten manuscript. A bright and attractive set. Illustrated. Published from 1916 - 1924. The set consists of "Boyhood and Youth--Walk to the Gulf" vol. 1 , "My First Summer in the Sierra" vol. 2 , "Travels in Alaska" vol. 3, "The Mountains of California" vol. 4 & 5, "Our National Parks" vol. 6 , "The Cruise of the Corwin" vol. 7 , "Steep Trails" vol. 8, and "The Life and Letters" vol. 9 & 10; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Signed by Author .

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        Ex-Libris". IV. Folge.

      Artur Wolf,, Wien, 1916 - Wien, Artur Wolf, 1916. 12 montierte Exlibris in OBrosch.-Mappe und acht lose beigelegte Exlibri. EA. Nr. 87 von 350 Expl. - Erotische Exlibri mit Bezügen zu Goethe, Leonardo, Richard Wagner, Beethoven und Brahms. Beiliegend die Eignerzeichen von Emma Steigleder, Sigmund Stössl, Heinrich Schwarz, D. Blazek, Frankl, Unbekannt, Eugene Ringer und eine ORadierung, diese eigenhändig signiert. Insgesamt 20 Exlibri. - Leichte Lichtschatten, leichte Gbrsp. Deutsch 12 montierte Exlibris in OBrosch.-Mappe und acht lose beigelegte Exlibri. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Emblems Engraved On Wood.

      4to. Ditchling, Sussex: Douglas Pepler, 1916. 4to, 11 1/2 x 8 1/2 ins. Woodcut title-page with triangular device enclosing the letters HDCP EG 1915. Original brown paper wrappers detached but present, chipped along edges, internally perfect. Second printing, limited edition; this is # 32 of 33 on Japanese paper [printed on one side of the leaf only] and signed by Eric Gill in pencil with the note “penultimate copy”. These emblems were engraved for the "Devil's Devices or Control versus Service," a book written by Douglas Pepler (HDCP) and published at the Hampshire House Workshops, Hammersmith, London on Saint Thomas' day, 1915. This edition printed by Douglas Pepler and Eric Gill on the Feast of the Purification 1916. Originally published in an edition of 15 copies.

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        Woodrow Wilson Protests the Sinking of Lusitania & Threatens to Break Diplomatic Relations – About a Year Before America Enters WW I

      Washington, D.C. 1916 - Signed Pamphlet. Address of the President of the United States Delivered at a Joint Session of the Two Houses of Congress, April 19, 1916.Washington, D.C., ca April 19, 1916. Bound in blue cloth boards with titled spine with several blank leaves. Spine cracked but binding intact, very minor marginal tear to title page, other pages lightly toned with a light vertical crease but clean overall. 7 pp., 5 3/4 x 9 in. "Again and again the Imperial German Government has given this Government its solemn assurances that" passenger ships would not be subject to sudden attack without any warning, "and yet it has again and again permitted its undersea commanders to disregard those assurances with entire impunity. Great liners like the Lusitania and the Arabic and mere ferryboats like the Sussex have been attacked without a moment's warning, sometimes before they had even become aware that they were in the presence of an armed vessel of the enemy, and the lives of non-combatants, passengers and crew, have been sacrificed wholesale, in a manner which the Government of the United States cannot but regard as wanton and without the slightest color of justification."Wilson resolved "to say to the Imperial German Government that if it is still its purpose to prosecute relentless and indiscriminate warfare against vessels of commerce by the use of submarines, notwithstanding the now demonstrated impossibility of conducting that warfare in accordance with what the Government of the United States must consider the sacred and indisputable rules of international law and the universally recognized dictates of humanity, the Government of the United States is at last forced to the conclusion that there is but one course it can pursue; and that unless the Imperial German Government should now immediately declare and effect an abandonment of its present methods of warfare against passenger and freight carrying vessels this Government can have no choice but to sever diplomatic relations with the Government of the German Empire altogether."Historic BackgroundBerlin responded with revised instructions to its U-Boat commanders not to sink passenger vessels without warning. However, in January 1917, Germany resumed unrestricted submarine attacks. After news that Germany had invited Mexico to declare war on the United States (the notorious Zimmerman Telegram), on April 2, 1917, Wilson asked Congress for a declaration of war against Germany. Congress obliged him three days later.TranscriptionGentlemen of the Congress:A situation has arisen in the foreign relations of the country of which it is my plain duty to inform you very frankly.It will be recalled that in February, 1915, the Imperial German Government announced its intention to treat the waters surrounding Great Britain and Ireland as embraced within the seat of war and to destroy all merchant ships owned by its enemies that might be found within any part of that portion of the high seas, and that it warned all vessels, of neutral as well as of belligerent ownership, to keep out of the waters it had thus proscribed or else enter them at their peril. The Government of the United States earnestly protested. It took the position that such a policy could not be pursued without the practical certainty of gross and palpable violations of the law of nations, particularly if submarine craft were to be employed as its instruments, inasmuch as the rules prescribed by that law, rules founded upon principles of humanity and established for the protection of the lives of non-combatants at sea, could not in the nature of the case be observed by such vessels. It based its protest on the ground that persons of neutral nationality and vessels of neutral ownership would be exposed to extreme and intolerable risks, and that no right to close any part of the high seas against their use or to expose them to such risks could lawfully be asserted by any belligerent government. The law of nat. (See website for full description)

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        Autograph letter signed „ES".

      Paris, 13. IX. 1916. - 8vo. 1/2 page. To his friend the writer René Chalupt (1885-1957): „Cher gros ami. Entendu pour après demain. Je déjeune demain avec Roc Roc et J. Doucet. Nous prendrons rendez-vous pour venir ensemble vendredi. Ca vous va? [ ]"

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      London: St. Catherine Press, 1916. Gilt polished buckram, t.e.g., others untrimmed. Light foxing, a number of insertions (see below), otherwise a very good, bright copy. First edition (five hundred copies were printed). With the July 1916 ownership inscription on the front free endsheet of Sir Lees Knowles, 1st Baronet. The printed dedication by Douglas for this work is "To His Friend L-K This Breathless Catalogue." Knowles has signed that page again, and tied his name to the initials with asterisks. Affixed to the front free endsheet is a typed label, "With the Author's Compliments," as well as a small press clipping about "Games of our boyhood," captioned in ink by Knowles. Affixed to the front and rear endsheets, along with their manuscript envelopes, are two fine autograph letters, signed, from Douglas to Knowles, Battersea 22 July 1916 (2pp. closely written on folded quarto lettersheet, affixed in front) and Capri 1 July 1916 (one full closely written page on quarto lettersheet, folded, in the back). The book was published in July. In the earliest letter, from Capri, ca. 250 words, Douglas writes in part: "I hear that my little book on games is out - or nearly so. I told them to send you a copy. I hope you will like it. Of course, there may be a little further delay, but I don't think so. Capri is very quiet. The War is doing them a lot of good. Bankruptcies all around. They are losing their swelled heads." He gives an account of several mutual friends, and continues: "There are hardly any foreigners -- a few Russians. Many hotels closed up. A great peace has descended upon the place. Birds plentiful ...." He indicates he is writing, "...but get on awfully slowly." He closes, "with kind regards to Lady Nina Yours sincerely Norman Douglas." The later letter, from Battersea, ca 150 words, states, in part: "I am glad you liked those copies of the book -- they are only samples; of course you are going to have as many copies as ever you care to possess ... I have not seen the book at all - know nothing as to how the binding, paper, etc etc turned out. I hope they put in the little dedicatory page to you?" The second half of the letter is occupied with news of mutual friends and such. He closes again, "Kind regards to Lady Nina. Yours ever Norman Douglas." Knowles (1857 - 1928) was a barrister, military historian and conservative politician. At times, he commanded different battalions of the Lancashire Fusiliers. He endowed the Lees Knowles Lectureship on military science at Trinity College, and among his many publications was THE BRITISH IN CAPRI , 1806 - 1808 (London: John Lane, 1918). Laid in are several clippings, including a review of this book from the MANCHESTER GUARDIAN, and tipped in is a receipt for two copies from W.H. Smith made out to Knowles. Douglas's assertion in the letter that he had not even seen the book at the time this copy was sent to Knowlton suggests that if there is an actual inscribed presentation copy from Douglas to Knowles, it will be later than this copy. WOOLF A18a.

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        The Measurement of Intelligence

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Rust coloured cloth covers, original 1st edn, landmark book for use with the Binet-Simon intelligence test by Stanford University professor Terman, 17 diagrams and figures, xii + 358pps + index, nice contemporary bibliography, VG copy but slight repair to upper spine tear, rare..

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        Rechtskundige significa en hare toepassing op de begrippen: "aansprakelijk, verantwoordelijk, toerekeningsvatbaar". Academisch proefschrift ter verkrijging van den graad van doctor in de rechtswetenschap aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam.

      Amsterdam, W. Versluys, 1916. Herbonden in linnen met titel in goud op voorplat, origineel omslag (beschadigd) meegebonden. (8), 276 p. 1e druk. Met notities, strepen en aantekeningen in inkt, potlood en paars kleurpotlood.* Zeer bijzonder exemplaar waarin de aantekeningen van buitengewoon hoogleraar aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam L.E.J. Brouwer zijn overgenomen door Jacob Israël de Haan zelf! Op de eerste pagina schreef De Haan: '(Met de aantekeningen overgenomen uit het exemplaar van Prof. Brouwer, 1917)'. Brouwer, die bij de promotie opponeerde, deze dissertatie heeft gerecenseerd en daarna bevriend werd met De Haan, had in zijn exemplaar uitvoerige aantekeningen gemaakt: op maar liefst 66 pagina's in dit boek staan handgeschreven teksten (soms uitvoerige), terwijl 19 pagina's alleen voorzien zijn van strepen, vraagtekens, 'Zeer goed!', 'hm!'.Enkele voorbeelden:'Het boek is al te logisch, een beetje zooals dat bij krankzinnigen voorkomt.''jargon heeft alleen de bedoeling óf een nieuw begrip van de coterie te vestigen, of het coteriebewustzijn te steunen''wat zijn er toch een hoop "voortreffelijke" mannen!''goed dat Dr. A[letrino] pas dood is'[De Haan:] 'Eene vraag in zuivere, logische woorden heeft de waarde van een antwoord.' [Brouwer:] 'ha! waarom niet van een goede sigaar?'Een uitzonderlijk studie-object!.

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