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        Unpublished Manuscript Account, Describing Salonika During a Little-Known War Campaign in Greece, Part of the Macedonian Front of World War I, by a Firsthand Participant and Surviving British Officer in the Royal Army, Made After His Return to England.

      Salonika [Thessaloniki], 1917-1919, 1917. Unpublished Manuscript Account with Photographs. Rare Firsthand Account of Salonika, During a Little-Known WWI Campaign of Of the Macedonia Front. 8vo. 122 pages (consisting of 82 pages narrative in typescript, 1 page table of contents, 2 pages outlining Private Petch's personal timeline of movements, plus 37 pages of illustrations mostly in the form of on-the-spot newsprint photographic views clipped and pasted to paper leafs, but also a scant few small original photographs taken by the writer similarly pasted to leafs, and one example of local paper currency). Together with three original photographs, one "Derby Scheme" uniform armband (brassard, armlet) with the rare clear issue-stamping Red Crown emblem, two ephemeral army documents, and one identification label of Eric George Petch born 1892, and one unused field Army Book 153 for messages (issued in 1915). Together with eight additional family photographs. Some creasing to manuscript leafs, lacking the Forward (pages 1 & 2), otherwise the lot in very good condition, a most uncommon war archive pertaining to a lesser known campaign seldom reported on even in its day. Note: Some photographs and identification herein are of Private Eric George Petch of the British Army Labour Corps. The single-leaf itinerary of war-time movements, which corresponds to the manuscript, is attributed to Percival W. Petch. A cutting from a colour advertisement suggests that Percival Petch was later a comedian. Further research is warranted to ascertain whether the two names are one in the same, Eric Petch using calling himself Percival Petch as a trade name for writing and performing; or whether these are two separate men, relations who both served in the Royal Army during the First World War. Period accounts of the Salonika Campaign are exceedingly scarce, in any form, a rather alarming and certainly regrettable fact for the heros who fought and died in the decisive assaults. [Taking a back seat to the heavily reported Battle of Somme as well as the Sinai and Palestine Campaign, the perilous service and innumerable deaths occurring in Salonika saw no news coverage in Britain during the war itself. Finally, a small portion of a despatch by Sir George Milne was published in the Times on 23 January 1919, long after war's end, and thus, owing to its brevity, effectively maintaining the silence of this untold battle. Finally, a detailed account was published twenty-some years later by 'An Unprofessional Soldier' on the Staff of 28th Division, his paper titled, "I saw the Futile Massacre at Doiran" and published in the 1938/9 Issue 46 of "I Was There." This seems to have been first substantial published account in Britain to draw attention to the campaign. In it he stated, "The Battle of Doiran is now a forgotten episode of the Great War, overshadowed by the doings of Haig in France and Allenby in Palestine. There was no full contemporary account of the Battle in any British Newspaper... The very name of the battle is unknown to most. Yet, in singularity of horror and in tragedy of defeated heroism, it is unique among the records of British arms. The real work of the assault was entrusted to the men of the 22nd and 26th Divisions, who were to attack the Doiran hills, co-operating with the Cretan Division of the Greek Army and a regiment of unreliable Zouaves..."] From the frontlines of a little-known and virulent campaign in Greece during the Great War, comes a surprisingly detailed and eloquent description of indigenous customs in the environs of what was then known as Salonika, this dispersed with observations on the hardships imposed by the war, and the awkward integration of multiple nationalities trying to survive economically, physically and psychologically. Perhaps most significant, in terms of historic events in Salonika, is a chapter he titles "Flames Destroy" and which describes the devastating Great Thessaloniki Fire of 1917. . Manuscript.

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        Little Brother and Little Sister and Other Tales.

      London: Constable & Co Ltd, , 1917. Quarto. Original grey cloth, titles to spine gilt, pictorial gilt titles on a white ground to front board, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Colour frontispiece and 12 colour plates mounted on heavy white paper with loose tissue guards, black and white illustrations in the text, by Rackham. Presentation inscription (dated 1941) on verso of front free endpaper; old pale stain on back cover, light rubbing to extremities, head and tail of spine only slightly bumped, short closed-tear into margin at p. 209, light offsetting from tissue guards yet still an excellent copy. Deluxe edition, number 505 of 525 copies signed by the artist; with the extra plate signed by Rackham (in its original printed envelope), a repeat of that facing p. 178 ("He hurried away with long strides").

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      Paris: S. e., 1917. Ed. numérotée. Couverture rempliée. Très bon. Daragnès, bois. In-8. 129 pages. Couverture tachée, et taches en marge de quelques pages, petite réparation au dos. Exemplaire no. 210/250/285. Complet des trente et une gravures sur bois. (Monod, 11086).

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        Little Brother & Little Sister and Other Tales

      Constable & Co Ltd, London 1917 - Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Limited edition: no 274/525, signed by Arthur Rackham on the limitation page. Large quarto (25 x 30.5cms high). pp xii, 251. Colour frontispiece and 12 other tipped-in colour plates with tissue guards plus 43 black and white in-text illustrations accompany the 40 fairy tales. Grey cloth boards with gilt titles to spine; white buckram title-label, pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt, to front; pictorial endpapers. Top edge gilt; other edges untrimmed. Respined, using original spine; board edges slightly worn; spotting to preliminaries. Lacks the envelope containing a separate plate and the white silk page marker. Otherwise a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Anecdoten van paarde kenners, paarde liefhebbers, ruijters en ross-kammers. Naar waarheid en eijge ondervinding opgesteld. Door een gepensioneerd cavallerie officier.[The Netherlands, ca. 1815]. Folio (38 x 24 cm). Manuscript on paper written in brown ink in a readable Latin hand, with the title on p. 72, illustrated with 30 small watercolour drawings of horses mounted on the leaves (mostly about 8.5 x 11 cm), and a washed pen drawing with 5 caricature figures before a monument (9.5 x 16 cm), mounted above the dedication. Half vellum (1930s?), gold-tooled spine.

      Nicolaas Gerard van Huffel, in: Oude Kunst II (1917), pp. 248-252. Very beautifully illustrated manuscript by a retired Dutch cavalry officer who had been in Prussian service against Napoleon Bonaparte in the years 1806 to 1813, giving his personal account of the horses he kept and traded during his career. The fine watercolours, executed with great care and refined draughtsmanship, show portraits of all 31 horses the author once owned. The text of the manuscript is also of considerable interest. The author relates many entertaining stories and includes many personal details his lifelong schooling in horsemanship, displaying a profound knowledge of horses. He also gives accounts of his daily life in the Prussian army. The manuscript provides insight into the life of the Silesian and Saxon noblemen, proceedings at the horse market in Leipzig, the situation of the army before the Battle of Jena, etc. Moreover, it gives a detailed descriptions of the terrible plundering of the French Wurtenberger Light Cavalry in Silesia, in 1806, and of the Russian invasion of Wohlau in 1813. Separate treatises devoted to these incidents precede the main part of the manuscript (the anecdotes and other information concerning horses) and serve as a sort of preface to them. The author also gives an account of his stay at the camp of the Count van Salm near Bergen-op-Zoom, Netherlands, of a horseback trip from Vianen to Utrecht, during which his horse fell and died, and another trip, from The Hague to Zutphen, on a tireless Zeeland horse. The manuscript explicitly refers to events from 1806 to June 1813 and was probably written soon after the latter date.In 1917 the manuscript apparently belonged to Nicolaas Gerhard van Huffel (1869-1936), physicist, amateur painter, collector of graphic art and teacher at the school of graphic arts in Utrecht. The ink borders drawn around the mounted drawings have sometimes bled through the paper and on two leaves the stiffness of the mounted drawing has caused the manuscript leaf to tear along that border, a small and mostly marginal tear affects one word of the text, and there is a marginal stain in the foot margin of a couple leaves and occasional minor foxing, but the manuscript is still in very good condition, most of the watercolour drawings fine. A remarkable horse manuscript, providing insight into horse trading & keeping, and army life in the period 1806 to 1813 and with 30 beautiful watercolour drawings of horses.

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        Poulbot Huit Pages De Croquis

      Paris France: Les Belles Editions, 1917. 8 images, nicely tinted in colors; approx. 10 5/8" x 14 1/2" (27 x 37 cm); each plate with the limitation number in pencil; this being No. 163 of a limited edition of 350 total; in original illustrated portfolio wrap covers, signed by the artist, bound-in to French blue marbled paper covered boards, blue cloth spine; covers and portfolio edge-worn; French language presentation from an admiring friend to John Groth, author & illustrator, on the front endpaper of the portfolio; the plates in very good condition and characteristic of the work of Francisque Poulbot (1879 - 1946) French artist & designer, known especially for the inclusion of children in the depictions of war and military, esp. WWI, as here; his work became so popular that this type became known as 'poulbot' art, after its creator. . First Edition. Portfolio. Good. Illus. by Francisque Poulbot.

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        The Greatest Mother in the World

      New York: Red Cross. Original poster. Color lithograph. 27.27 x 20.25 inches. This famous World War I propaganda poster was issued to promote the Red Cross in circa 1917 and was one of the most famous Red Cross posters during the war. It features a monumental Red Cross nurse cradling a wounded soldier on a stretcher. Evoking Michelangelo's Pieta where Mary holds the baby Jesus, this poster proved to be highly effective. A large Red Cross is seen in the top left with text at the bottom reading "The Greatest Mother in the World".While men signed up to fight at the front, women were encouraged to help the war efforts in supporting roles. This poster reportedly encouraged millions of Americans to join the Red Cross. Created by Alonzo Earl Foringer. This poster in is good condition with minor edge wear and foxing. Original linen backing.

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        7 eigenh. Briefe u. 72 eigenh. Postkarten m. Unterschrift.

      Zus. 115 S., Qu.-Kl.-8 (Postkarten) bzw. 8 bis 4 (Briefe). An seinen Künstler-Freund Alfred von Schrötter. - Sehr erfreut! Merkwürdig!! Du hast nie so sauber u. deutlich geschrieben - eine Wohltat! Hans beeinflusst Dich! Erich: wie wichtig ist das Beherrschen fremder Sprachen! Da hat man in unserer Erziehung schwere Fehler gemacht! Hans wird großen Nutzen aus s. Gefangenschaft ziehen!! Wie viel Leute sollte man fangen, damit sie sich auf sich besinnen! [...] (Dachau, 28. 9. 1917). Die politische Lage!! Wie schwer u. langsam die Wahrheit durchdringt!! Wie in der Kunst!!! Man muss ohnmächtig zusehen! [...] (Karlsruhe, 22. IV. 1931). [...] Mein Herrichten der Bilder für meine Aprilausstellung am hiesigen Kunstverein ist 1 fürchterliches Geschäft. Vieles ist fertig zu machen, Rahmen passen nicht etc. [...] (Ebda., 5. II. 1932). - [...] Von Bedeutung war seine Freundschaft mit Adolf Hölzel, der in Dachau eine Malschule unterhielt und den er dort 1892 erstmals besuchte. 1896 übersiedelte Ludwig Dill nach Dachau, wo er sich in der damaligen Holzgartenstrasse (heute: Ludwig-Dill-Straße) ein kleines Häuschen gekauft hatte. Zusammen mit Arthur Langhammer und Adolf Hölzel gründete er die Malerschule Neu-Dachau, was ihn zu einem der wichtigsten Vertreter der Künstlerkolonie Dachau machte [...]. 1899 ging Ludwig Dill als Lehrmeister nach Karlsruhe. Dort unterrichtete er von 1899 bis 1919 an der Staatlichen Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe. Der Künstler kehrte in den Sommermonaten immer wieder nach Dachau zurück, wo er sein Häuschen besaß [...] (Wikipedia). --- Alfred von Schrötter (1851-1935) studierte von 1872 bis 1877 an der Wiener Akademie der bildenden Künste Malerei bei Karl Mayer und August Eisenmenger, in der Folge war er zwei Jahre Schüler von Hans Canon und von 1879 studierte er in München an der dortigen Akademie bei Ludwig von Löfftz. 1897 übersiedelte er nach Dachau bei München, wo er zusammen mit Ludwig Dill, Adolf Hölzel und Arthur Langhammer zu einem namhaften Vertreter der Neu-Dachauer Richtung wurde. Als Gründungsmitglied der Münchner Secession entwickelte er gemeinsam mit Dill und Hölzel eine effiziente Methode des Kunstunterrichtes, die den Schülern größtmöglichen Freiraum zur eigenen Entfaltung gewähren sollte. Im Jahre 1900 wurde er als Leiter einer Meisterklasse für Malerei an die Zeichenakademie in Graz berufen, an der er bis 1923 als weithin bekannter und sehr geschätzter Lehrer wirkte. Alfred Schrötter, der dem Steiermärkischen Kunstverein als Ausschussmitglied angehörte, bildete eine ganze Generation steirischer Künstlerinnen und Künstler heran, u.a. Marie von Baselli, Norbertine Bresslern-Roth, Leo Grimm, Franz Hofer, Axl Leskoschek, Karl Mader, Paul Schmidtbauer, Fritz Silberbauer und Franz M. Zerlacher. Neben Paul Schad-Rossa und Wilhelm Gurlitt stellte Alfred Schrötter von Kristelli eine Schlüsselfigur der Grazer Zeitkunst dar. - Beiliegend eine Bleistiftskizze Dills mit einer Wegbeschreibung. -

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      Muesu Nacional,, Rio de Janeiro: 1917 - 252 pp. First edition; text in Portuguese; contemporary, 3/4 red calf; marble boards; gilt stamped spine; black and white headbands; dark brown endpapers; illustrated; tissue guards; color plates; sepia, black and white photographs, fold-out map (author's route). Binding tight; boards with edges rubbed; light damp stain some sheets; see additional images provided. Heavy book will require additional shipping charge. Scholarly work that touches on all aspects of culture, geography, and history, in the region which is today called Rhondonia. Quoting the text, pp. 139, "As maiores oscilla??es individuaes da envergadura--(grande abertura)--mostram-se entre os B?r?ros. Differencia??o sexual mais accusada apparece entre elles e entre os Parec?s. Feita excep??o dos Nahuqu?s, as mulheres, em geral, t?m envergadura menor que os homens. Entre os Nahuqu?s os sexos se equivalem, no que diz respeito a envergadura; entre os Mehinak?s as mulheres t?m envergadura maior que os homens. Em geral as tribus do Xing? mantem-se nesses termos; s? os Trumais se approximam das tribus do Chaco por suas m?dias baixas. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Long Autograph Letter Signed signed 'Sandro' in pencil, to Martin Wood (Lance Corporal 1/5 Buffs, of the Indian Expeditionary Force "D" to Mesopotamia)

      1917 - at the Chelsea Arts Club, saying "Fancy my finding myself in this part of the world at last! It's the 3rd time that I've volunteered . There is seldom more than one point of excitement . it may be a cluster of palms about the reed huts of an Arab encampment - or a majestic dhow sailing down the river", near a village "an excited crowd of men women & children . run along the banks with fowls eggs, & fish to sell . They are . classicly grand . Yesterday a tall beauty reminded me . in features & pose of the tragic musing girl in Walker's "Vagrants" . The day before yesterday we passed Kurnah the site of the Garden of Eden . Since we left the Gulf for the river, we have been steaming for 5 days & it is at least another 3 before we reach the farthest line of the British conquest", he talks of the marvellous fertility of the riverside, "If her vision were not obscured by the startling events nearer home", Great Britain "would rub her eyes to see this enormous rich gain to her Empire . I wonder if the Dilettanti still meet . I like to imagine you stepping into the breach & giving a paper", he jokes about the subject of his next, envelope with F.P.O. postmark, 3 sides 8vo., 'On the Tigris - past Ezra's Tomb', c/o Postmaster, Bombay, 17th November Kut had been recaptured in February 1917 and Bagdad reached by river on the 11th March. The expedition relied for most of the length of the Tigris on boats drawing only 3½ or 4 feet.

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      McAllen, Tx.; Spartanburg, S.C., 1917. 72 silver gelatin photographs, most approximately 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches, plus two photo postcards. Oblong octavo. Black cloth album. Photos mounted directly to black card stock, with a few laid in. Several leaves chipped, first two leaves detached. Slight curling and mirroring to some images. About very good. A lively album of vernacular photographs compiled by a member of Company M of the 7th New York Infantry from when the unit was station along the Texas border at McAllen during the Mexican Revolution and when it was training for service in World War I in South Carolina. Forty of the images in the album depict the company in McAllen, Texas, and the remaining thirty-two show them at Camp Wadsworth in Spartanburg, South Carolina. New York's 7th Regiment was called up from the National Guard and reached the Texas-Mexico border in July, 1916. More military units followed, and the force at McAllen eventually numbered 10,000 soldiers. The photographs contained here show the men on patrol along the border, riding horses, posing with civilians and around the city, handling rattlesnakes, and performing exercises. Other images show the men in their tents, horsing around and gambling, and standing by the Rio Grande. One of the photo postcards shows a group of Mexican generals, including Pancho Villa. The South Carolina pictures document some of the same activities, with more emphasis on training exercises, camp activities, and group photographs. Many of the images from this period are captioned in manuscript on the versos. After its training was complete, the regiment was sent to Belgium and France, where it served with distinction. An engaging photograph album that unites two of the major American military concerns of the period.

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        Cours des Téléphonistes de Ligne & des Téléphonistes d'Observation

      OFFERING: An exceptional World War I manuscript guide to the first telecommunications training course taught to technical servicemen at the École Spéciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr. An introduction to aerial observation and reconnaissance methods used by the French Navy Airship Corps, the manuscript is divided into a technical methods overview and an extensive reconnaissance appendix with graphic study examples. Completed sections are documented and dates precede the course's inception, making it likely, the maker, A. L. G. Pariset of the French Navy, participated in preparations for teaching the course. Parisets had been French Navy officers for generations. The 164 pages manuscript has 108 finely executed color illustrations and decorations, most done to scale, some in pastel, pen & ink and pencil. Some data entries, captions and texts are written in multiple inks and the title page is done with inventive letter forms, after telephone apparatus. Neatly done mounts include the medallion lithograph on the half title page, (it shows the Premier Groupe D'Aerostation logo with dirigibles and balloons), and an extraordinary lift-off and reveal topography. The Operations Manual (pages 1-97) has sections on direct current power systems with generator and battery, field telephone instrumentation, military Morse code, and the launch and positioning of captive Caquot observation balloons using motorized winch techniques. The Reconnaissance Appendix (pages 98-164) demonstrates the interpretation and recording of enemy artillery intelligence with terrain imagery tables, aerial topography exercises for accurate mapping, an exposition of projectile designs with charges, fuses, and ranges, and an overview on recording meteorology data, including the making of altitude charts. DOCUMENTATION: The title page states the manuscript is done by Monsieur Pariset. An embellished signed inscription on the final page of the manuscript's operations section is dated October 21, 1917 and sited St. Cyr L'École. He has also initialed A. L. G. P. in an artillery table in the appendix, and on a rear endpaper. A meteorology table exercise, mounted in the appendix is dated September 13, 1917. The first contents page in the appendix is dated October 31, 1917. French Navy Airship Corps: established in 1916 but reliant on collaboration with the long established French Military Airship Service. Army airship equipment was transferred to the Navy in 1917 and the Aviation Center at St. Cyr was established November 26, 1917 to facilitate training. Their motto; "they study for victory." CONDITION DETAIL: Pages: clean, colors fresh, five pages with neatly cut author excisions, four at the gutter, p. 45 with a light bottom tip crease, pp. 71-72 with a tiny fore-edge chip. / Wrappers: some fingering, rubs, edge tears, cover label with slight soiling; corners on lower side chipped; sunfaded spine, crown and foot with some wear with loss. / Boards: lower side with bent corner. / Binding: spine slant, head and foot of hinges with splitting and rearmost signatures with light separation but binding is solid and reliable. ILLUSTRATIONS: 98 with captions including schematics, figures, tables, plans, charts and topographies. There are 52 figures, done in multiple inks or ink (one double-page, eighteen full-page) + 27 finished drawings, twenty four done in pastel, ink, and pencil (fifteen full-page), three in ink + 9 tables, one mounted, and five extending multiple pages (one illustrated table extends 4.5 pages) + 5 charts, 3 plans, and 2 topographies. DECORATIONS (10): 5 footpieces (1 repeat), 3 vignettes, 1 headpiece, and 1 lithograph by P. Tabor, dated March 1916. FORMAT: French Navy issue handbook, wrappers with rounded corners, sewn with light blue graph paper, upper side with a mounted buff title label with lunette corners, handwritten title in ink; sky blue wrappers on outside, over inner brown wrappers, folded over flexible cardboard. SIZE: 172 x 110 mm. BACKGROUND: Telephones were first used in warfare by the British in India (1877) but the telephone was first used extensively by the military in World War I. Balloons were first used in warfare by the French at the Battle of Fleurus (1794), but development of techniques and operations expanded at an enormous rate during World War I and use of balloons for intelligence reached its peak. Both sides generally employed balloons a few miles behind the front lines. By November 1918, the French Navy Airship Corps was organized into 12 ballooning aviation centers with 104 pilots, 175 technical crew and 2657 non-specialists. [Vercken, Histoire succincte de l'aéronautique navale, p. 34] CAQUOT BALLOON: Colonel Charles Renard of the French Army developed a tethered balloon system attached to a trailer in 1880. An improved design was introduced by French engineer, Albert Caquot in 1914 and adopted by the Allies. The Caquot tethered Type R has a tear-drop shape with three stabilizing fins. Its steel cable attached to a superior two-motor winch that enabled safe tethering to an altitude of 3,000 feet. REFERENCE: Leroy, Le personnel de l'aérostation maritime française 1917-1919, pp. 104-113. Morareau, Feuilloy, Courtinat, Leroy and Rossignol, L'aviation maritime francaise pendant la Grande Guerre. Vercken, Histoire succincte de l'aéronautique navale 1910-1988. ADDITIONAL IMAGES: by request.

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        The Quill:A Magazine of Greenwich Village, Vol.1 and Vol.2 First 12 Issues Bound

      Sheridan Square Company 1917 - Bound volume of THE QUILL:A Magazine of Greenwich Village, Vol.1 and Vol.2 (first 12 issues)Includes numerous adds for local businesses.Published by Sheridan Square Company in 1917.Edited by Harold Hersey. Boards show scuffing/rubbing - inside front gutter split but still holding, otherwise issues in good condition.Bookseller since 1995 (ULTV-TS-down-R) rareviewbooks Language: eng [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Notes Prises au Front.

      P. Société Littéraire de France. 1917 - In-4° (34,5 x 26,5 cm), en ff, sous chemise cartonnée à attaches, dos de toile rouge. Recueil de 12 planches H.T. d'André DUNOYER de SEGONZAC, sur la guerre de 1914-1918. Tirage limité à 220 exemplaires, un des 200 sur vélin. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      LITOGRAFIA DELLE FERROVIE DELLO STATO, ROMA 1917 - ITALIANO Legatura in cartone editoriale usurato ai bordi ed agli angoli, con abrasioni ai piatti e con tracce di umidità, dorso ingiallito e con strappetti, risguardi con residui di colla, piccola firma appartenenza al frontespizio, diviso in 2 parti, la I con le disposizioni, la II con tavole ripiegate alcune con piccoli strappetti ai bordi, pagine leggermente ingiallite dal tempo

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        An Official Guide to Eastern Asia. Vol V. East Indies including Philippine Islands, French Indo-China, Siam, Malay Peninsula, and Dutch East Indies.

      Imperial Government Railways of Japan Tokyo 1917 - First edition. Small 8vo, (16 x 11 cms), pp. xxx, 519, 26 maps and plans including general coloured folding map in rear pocket, publisher's brown cloth gilt, corners slightly bumped; overall a very good copy. This title was intended to be the last in the series and is extremely scarce. Originally the Japanese intended to include the "East Indies" in Vol IV China but the "material dealing with China Proper was so great, that we found it no easy task to compress it within a single volume" and therefore a separate volume on the "Far East" was published. It includes chapters on the Philippines, Bali. Lombok , Java and part of Borneo. Maps include Manila, Saigon, Bangkok , Angkor, Hanoi and Singapore. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Berlin: Oesterheld & Co., 1917.. Octavo, pp. [1-4] 5-368, original decorated gray boards printed in brown, top edge stained red, gray-green endpapers. First German edition. A translation, from the Magyar, by Dr. Adolf Kohut, of AMERIKA CÉZÁRJA (1915). An American millionaire with super bombs ("Vulkanitbomben") takes over the United States and becomes emperor. Bloch (2002) 2113. A very good or better copy. KVK reports 5 copies. (#143998)

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        Partly-printed Signed Railroad Bond

      South Carolina, 1917. unbound. 2 pages (front and back), 9.5 x 13.25 inches, The Piedmont and Northern Railroad Company $50,000 gold bond, Series A #AL 31, issued by the State of South Carolina, to Duke Farms Company, Somerville New Jersey, for Doris Duke under trust indenture, May 2, 1917, principle and interest payable in City of New York, Borough of Manhattan, signed "J.B. Duke." One cancellation hole far from his signature; near fine condition. American industrialist and robber baron best known for the introduction of modern cigarette manufacture and marketing.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1917 - 1917 Original Hardback Wisden, Very Good Condition.

      Hi, This lot is an 1917 Original Hardback Wisden. In Superb condition The World War One Hardbacks are very rare, especially in this condition. The boarda are very clean with excellent, extremely bright gilt to the front and the spine, one tiny bit of rubbing can be seen to the bottom left of the front board by the spine) to the top, the rear board is near perfect and the spine gilt is very bright and original. The hinges are very strong and the yellow pastedowns in top condition and very bright yellow. Name to pastedown top and internally a nice clean book. This book is as good as mine on my shelf, if not better, my copy has a slightly darker spine cloth but it is signed by Pardon (if you prefer that one , please email me as I cant decide which one to own). A rare Wisden in superb condition (++) and a very nice price.

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      Chromolithograph, folding into original grey paper wrappers bearing printed title and explanatory text, former owner’s pastedown slip to front cover and upper-left corner of map (Good, map with some wear and chipping along original folds with very minor loss, some light stains from old tape repairs to verso; wrappers with edge-wear and detached at spine), 98 x 126 cm (38.5 x 49.5 inches). - Buenos Aires: Oficina Cartográfica Balcarce, 1917. Extremely rare and unusual – a very large-format propaganda and ethnographic map depicting the maximal territory of the envisioned future nation of Yugoslavia, published in Buenos Aires during the height of World War I by the Croatian émigré and political activist Marcel Kolin. This extremely rare, very large-format, separately issued work is one of the most extraordinary maps concerning Yugoslavia to be made during the 20th Century. Made in 1917, at the height of World War I, but before the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, it depicts the hoped-for future nation of Yugoslavia, with its maximal territorial scope as envisioned by Pan-South Slavic activists. It was published in Buenos Aires, having been devised by the prominent pro-Yugoslavian propagandist Marcel Kolin, who then resided in exile in Chile. The publication was officially sponsored by the Jugoslavenska narodna obrana (JNO, the Yugoslav People’s Defence organization), a committee of Croatians living in South America dedicated to the cause of an independent Yugoslavia. The purpose this quad-lingual map was to establish and legitimize the notion of a future ‘Greater Yugoslavia’ in the minds of both Yugoslavians and global powers in the run up to the end of World War I and the supposed defeat of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In short, it was hoped that if the notion of a ‘Greater Yugoslavia’ gained popular currency then the supposedly victorious Entente powers would be inclined to support its creation at the resulting peace conference. - SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR LONGER DESCRITION.

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      Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1917. First edition. Three line gift inscription in ink dated 1917 on front free endpaper. Orange enamel stamping on front cover a bit dull but fully present, top edge of pages dusty, a nearly fine copy. Nice copies of this book are uncommon. No dust jacket. (19956). Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-xii [xiii-xvi] 1-326 [327] [328: blank], five inserted plates with illustrations by Frank E. Schoonover, original dark brown cloth, front and spine panels stamped in orange. The first book of the Mars series. Burroughs' first published story (written in 1911) and his only story to originally appear under a pseudonym. The story first appeared under the byline "Norman Bean" (he had intended that pen name be "Normal Bean") as a six-part serial "Under the Moons of Mars" in a Munsey magazine, THE ALL-STORY, February-July 1912. This novel preceded the first publication of "Tarzan of the Apes," published in the October 1912 issue of THE ALL-STORY. This popular novel inspired numerous writers and influenced the space faring sword and raygun stories as well as influencing scientists and filmakers. "...this pioneering account of John Carter's magical transmission to the the planet Mars and his subsequent baroque adventures established a new template for fiction set on other planets, developing such imaginative spaces as arenas for exuberantly uninhibited tales of exotic derring-do ... Although it hardly qualifies as science-based speculative fiction, Burroughs's account of Barsoom was enormously influential in pulp SF, standing at the head of a rich subgenre of 'planetary romances' whose evolution was carried forward by such writers as C. L. Moore, Leigh Brackett, and Ray Bradbury." - Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-194. Made into a feature film in 2012 as "John Carter." Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-31; (1981) 1-31; (1987) 1-17; and (1995) 1-17. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-61. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 304. Cawthorn and Moorcock, Fantasy: The 100 Best Books 25. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 115. Survey of Science Fiction Literature IV, pp. 1720-25. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 35. Reginald 02307. Heins PM-1.

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      FEDERICO SANGIOVANNI & FIGLIO, 1917. ITALIANO 0,04 Estratto dal vol. XLV degli Atti della R.Accademia di Scienze Morali e Politiche di Napoli, pagine intonse, leggermente ingiallite e con fioritura, copertina morbida, ingiallita ai bordi, con fioritura e con traccia di umidità lungo il dorsetto ed al bordo inferiore, piccolo appunto a matita USATO

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      Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1917. First edition. Previous owners name front free end paper, a fine brilliant copy. In a near fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing to corners and edges, mild shelf wear to spine ends, some overall dust soiling to spine and rear panel. Nice copies are uncommon and are scarce in the dust jacket. (10222). Octavo, pp. [1-10] 1-319 [320-322: blank] [note: last leaf is a blank], eleven inserted plates, several double page, with black and white illustrations by Joseph Clement Coll, original green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold. Illustrations by Joseph Clement Coll. An early American dystopian novel. "...a future world dominated by socialism and science "During the protagonist's sleep, legend has made him a kind of messiah who will deliver the world from this domination. He leads a successful revolt." - Anatomy of Wonder (1981) 1-143. "A more considerable work than is generally recognized..." - Bleiler: Science-Fiction: The Early Years #1922.

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        Sonder-Katalog Selbstentladende Eisenbahn-Wagen. Gust. Talbot & Cie, Aachen.

      Aachen, Wilhelm Roerts Hannover (Druck), 1917. 114 Seiten, 24x18cm, HalbLeinen, Farb-Kopfschnitt, Druck auf festem, unbeschnittenen Papier. Dem 30 seitigen Textteil mit s/w-Abbildungen dazwischen folgen Seiten, auf denen fotographische Wiedergaben montiert sind. Die Abbildungen zeigen u.a. verschiedene Entladertypen und Produktionsstätten. Es fehlt eine montierte Abbildung (\'In der Stanzerei Werk Aachen\'). Einige Flecken auf den Deckeln, innen ein gutes Exemplar. Seltene Ausgabe dieser bibliophilen Firmenschrift. Rare. Only one picture is missing. Fine copy. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Eisenbahnbau, Trainproduction, Industrie, Firmenschrift, Bibliophil

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        Charming portrait of Daisy, dated in ink by her sister (1882-1920, Princess of Connaught, 'Daisy', Crown Princess of Sweden)]

      1917 - showing her surrounded by her five children, 12" x 9", no place, 1st May Daisy had been incredibly successful during the first World War as an intermediary while her cousins went to war with each other. She passed letters backwards and forwards between them. Daisy died suddenly in 1920, while expecting her sixth child. From the collection of Lady Patricia Ramsay, daughter of the Duke of Connaught.

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        The Works in Prose and Verse.

      London: Macmillan & Co. Limited,, 1917-1926. [Including Far from the Madding Crowd; The Mayor of Casterbridge; Jude the Obscure; Tess of the D'Urbervilles; The Trumpet-Major; Two on a Tower; The Well-Beloved.] 23 volumes, octavo (220 x 143 mm). Finely bound by Riviere and Son in contemporary half tan calf, burgundy and brown morocco labels, elaborate decoration to spines gilt in compartments separated by raised bands, brown cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Photogravure frontispieces, double-page map to rear of each volume. Some spotting to frontispieces and fore-edges, spines and extremities a little rubbed, an excellent set. The Wessex Edition, the definitive edition of Hardy's works, and a finely bound set. Macmillan became Hardy's publishers in 1902 and "in 1912 they undertook a new and definitive edition, called (at Frederick Macmillan's suggestion) the 'Wessex Edition'. For this edition Hardy revised his novels throughout for the last time … In a 'General Preface to the Novels and Poems', dated October 1911 and printed in Vol. I, he explained his classification of his novels here adopted for the first time (revealing his estimate of their relative merits) and offered a brief apologia for his work. This is an essay of primary importance … The Wessex Edition is in every sense the definitive edition of Hardy's work and the last authority in questions of text" (Purdy). Volumes 1-18 make up the novels and volumes 19-23 the poetry; a further volume was published posthumously in 1931 but is not included within this set.

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        The Chinese Nightingale and Other Poems

      Macmillan, New York 1917 - tall 12mo, orange cloth-covered bds dec. in lt. blue and bright gold, gold title bar on spine, blue title on fb in gold emblem with surrounding blue design, sl. bumping to spine ends, trace rubbing to bottom edges, else clean, bright, tight and unworn; internally clean and unmarked; SIGNED by author on ffep with inscription and eight line poem in his handwriting; pp.x.127,(5)adverts; no dj, volume protected in clear mylar cover. A lovely near fine copy of the first printing not only SIGNED by the noted poet, but containing a hand-written poem by him as well. Inscription and poem dated "Christmas 1917." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Berlin: Oesterheld & Co., 1917.. Octavo, pp. [1-4] 5-368, original decorated gray boards printed in brown, top edge stained red, gray-green endpapers. First German edition. A translation, from the Magyar, by Dr. Adolf Kohut, of AMERIKA CÉZÁRJA (1915). An American millionaire with super bombs ("Vulkanitbomben") takes over the United States and becomes emperor. Bloch (2002) 2113. A very good or better copy. KVK reports 5 copies. (#143998)

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        Poulbot Huit Pages De Croquis

      Paris France: Les Belles Editions, 1917. 8 images, nicely tinted in colors; approx. 10 5/8" x 14 1/2" (27 x 37 cm); each plate with the limitation number in pencil; this being No. 163 of a limited edition of 350 total; in original illustrated portfolio wrap covers, signed by the artist, bound-in to French blue marbled paper covered boards, blue cloth spine; covers and portfolio edge-worn; French language presentation from an admiring friend to John Groth, author & illustrator, on the front endpaper of the portfolio; the plates in very good condition and characteristic of the work of Francisque Poulbot (1879 - 1946) French artist & designer, known especially for the inclusion of children in the depictions of war and military, esp. WWI, as here; his work became so popular that this type became known as 'poulbot' art, after its creator. . First Edition. Portfolio. Good. Illus. by Francisque Poulbot.

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        Psychoneurosis of War and Peace. Thesis Approved for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine in the University of London.

      First Edition of the printed Thesis. Octavo. 127 pages. Hardcover / Original publisher's olive green cloth with black lettering on spine and frontcover. Very minor signs of bumping and very few, really only tiny signs of spotting to cover and edges. The binding and endpapers absolutely firm and especially clean inside. Very good or even better condition of this extremely scarce and important publication.['Culpin was among the first who realised that "shell-shock" and the deep effects of fear in war, such as disordered action of the heart, were emotional disturbances, more acute than the anxiety neuroses of peace' - Source: Royal College of Surgeons] Includes for example the following essays: A General View of Symptomatology / Psycho-Pathological Mechanisms / The Part Played by Suggestion / Etiology / Etiological Classification / Treatment / Technique or Revival of Memories / Dreams / Phobias and Obsessions / Hysterical Fits and Epilepsy / Stammers and Tremors / Gross AMnesia / Pathological Irritability / An Autobiography / Various CAses / Difficulties in Diagnosis / Summary / Bibliography /Culpin was among the first who realised that "shell-shock" and the deep effects of fear in war, such as disordered action of the heart, were emotional disturbances, more acute than the anxiety neuroses of peace. His views were accepted and from 1917 till the end of the war he was a neurological specialist in the Army, and subsequently under the Ministry of Pensions. He did excellent work in this field, practising at Maghull near Liverpool, and collaborating with Drs Bernard Hart, T H Pear, and Aldren Turner. He wrote his thesis for the London doctorate on psychoneuroses of war. After his earlier experience in surgery and tropical medicine, Culpin proved a highly original and successful psychiatrist. He was appointed lecturer in psychoneurosis at the London Hospital in 1920, and built up a large private practice at 1 Queen Street. His methods were never spectacular, but he was a pioneer of dynamic psychology. (Source: Royal College of surgeons) During World War 1 Culpin served in the Royal Army Medical Corps. As a military surgeon at Portsmouth and in France his experiences with shell-shocked soldiers led to an interest in war neuroses and its varied psychological manifestations. He published his research findings for his doctoral thesis as Psychoneuroses of War and Peace (Cambridge, 1920). In the 1920s he devoted his time to medical psychology, researched industrial health and lectured part time at the University of London. An eclectic thinker, with interests in psychoanalysis, temperament and abnormality, he was captive of no school, a loner, although well respected. In 1931 Culpin was appointed professor in industrial and medical psychology at the London School of Health and Tropical Medicine. Among his publications was a 1935 article for the Practitioner, 'Neurasthenia in the Tropics', which argued that white people could inhabit the tropics without ill effects. (Source: Australian Dictionary of Biography)

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        Two Summers In The Ice-Wilds Of The Eastern Karakoram. The Exploration of Nineteen Hundred Square Miles Of Mountain And Glacier

      E. P. Dutton and Company, New York 1917 - FIRST PRINTING of First Edition. ORIGINAL tan cloth covers with gilt lettering spine, black lettering front cover, color decoration lower front cover. The book measures 235mm tall x 160mm, and has 296 pages, 141 sepia photos (brown & aqua tinted), 3 folding color maps, index. CONDITION: near fine condition. The text block has been expertly re-sewn and placed with new end-papers. Most copies of the first edition require sewing since the original binding was bound with glue that deteriorated over time. The binding is now properly restored such that it will last for hundreds of years. There is minor puckering (not bad) to the upper front cover, a condition that is fairly common with this book, again due to the original glue that was used. There are no previous owner marks or writing on any pages, no foxing, solid binding. The covers are remarkably clean and bright. There is only a tiny touch of rubbing at the extreme tips of the corners. A superb condition example of a book that often suffers serious condition problems. By far the scarcest of the Workman mountaineering books, especially in collectible condition like this example. COMPLETE with all plates, fold-outs, and maps. THE PHOTOS ARE OF THE ACTUAL ITEM BEING OFFERED. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Jolie dévote, 1917

      1917. S.n., Paris -Lapras -Mauves 1917, in-4, [2] 62pp., en feuillets. - S.n., Paris -Lapras -Mauves 1917, in-4, [2] 62pp., en feuillets. - Completo e originale autografo manoscritto di 62 pagine scritto e foliotées fronte in inchiostro nero. Alcuni cancellature e correzioni autografo dell'autore. Date Parigi 15 luglio 1915, Anderlecht 12-13 agosto 1917 e il 28 Agosto 1917 Lapras autografo sulla maglietta. Commedia senza precedenti in due atti e in versi, originariamente intitolato Bene e il Male. L'azione si svolge in Spagna e diretto Leonora, il marito Cazalbas, Ribaldos sua amante, e il suo prossimo Ines. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Manuscrit autographe complet et inédit de 62 pages rédigées et foliotées au recto à l'encre noire. Quelques ratures et corrections autographes de l'auteur. Dates Paris 15 juillet 1915, Mauves 12-13 août 1917 et Lapras 28 août 1917 sur la chemise autographe. Comédie inédite en deux actes et en vers, primitivement intitulée Le Bien et le Mal. L'action a lieu en Espagne et met en scène Léonore, son mari Cazalbas, son amant Ribaldos, et sa suivante Inès.

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        Two Summers in the Ice-Wilds of Eastern Karakoram the Exploration of Nineteen Hundred Square Miles of Mountain and Glacier

      London: T. Fisher Unwin Limited, 1917. Undetermined. fine. 1st Edition. Quarto. Bound in the original brown decorated cloth. Gilt title. Original pictorial dust wrapper with advertising on the back panel. Three maps, all folding. 134 plates most in photogravure and a number mounted proof plates. Clean, crisp without any faults. Housed in a custom lined slipcase. Neate W 126. The Workman's 5th and last Karakoram expedition 1911-12. They explored the Hush Valley, Saltoro and Baltoro Glaciers. This being a family copy inscribed on the front free endpaper to Iain Workman MacRobert by William Hunter, his grandfather. Dated April 30th, 1925. This is also the Brooke-Hitchings copy with his pencil notation. an amazing copy in an amazing dust wrapper. It would be difficult to imagine a better copy! 1917

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        Stanford's Map of the Siberian Railway, the Great Land Route to China and Korea

      London: Edward Stanford, 7th August, 1917. Map dimensions 70 x 110.5 cm, overall 76.5 x 116 cm. Large folding map encompassing most of Russia, Mongolia, northern China and Korea with much of Japan also featured, full colour, the route of the Trans-Siberian Railway is highlighted in red, dissected into 32 sections and mounted on linen, folds between original cloth boards with a publisher's yellow printed title label to the upper cover and their printed advertisements to the inner cover and the folded end section. Slight fading to the cloth spine, an excellent example overall. Published in the midst of the Russian revolution, the short lived provisional government established in March 1917 was overthrown by the Bolsheviks that October.

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        The Writings of . . . Autograph Edition [general title].

      Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, (1917). 10 vols, 8vo, original dark green buckram, black leather labels, gilt lettering. Color frontispieces and illustrations. ¶ An ex-library copy, with the remnants of bookplates carefully removed from the paste-downs, but no other markings; this set appears never to have been read or used. In 1923 Houghton Mifflin bound up some copies of Wiggin's My Garden of Memory, An Autobiography, to accompany sets of The Writings, making an eleventh volume, but it is not always present. See BAL 22689. In fine condition.

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        Fight or Buy Bonds. Third Liberty Loan

      Forbes, Boston 1917 - Original poster. Lithograph. Measures 30 x 40" This beautifully-rendered World War I-era poster is a fine example of the work of Howard Chandler Christy, one of the foremost illustrators of wartime posters in the US. This poster features one of the artist's typical "Christy Girls" waving an American flag with a backdrop of storming troops behind her. The scene is rendered in a watercolor-like style that likely contributed greatly to the poster's effectiveness in motivating American citizens to support the war effort. The poster was released by Third Liberty Loan, which was the largest fund-raising effort in American history to that date. The poster is in good condition with minor edge wear near the top right edges. Fold along center of poster. A lovely example of Christy's work and an icon of the World War I era. Howard Chandler Christy (1873-1952) was an American magazine illustrator who gained a reputation for military scenes thanks to pictures he made during the Spanish-American War. His World War I posters were incredibly popular as well, particular in his distinct depiction of charming women with strong values.

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        Der Ziegelbrenner. Hefte 1-8 in 5 Heften. Kritik an peinlichen Kulturzuständen und an widerwärtigen Zeitgenossen.

      8(21 x 12 cm), je ca. 26 S., Geheftet, Sehr guter Zustand Konvolut der seltenen Zeitschrift (erschien von 1917-1921, in insgesamt 40 Nr. in 13 Heften). Die kaum noch aufzufindende anarchistische Zeitschrift Travens mit dem äußerst seltenen ersten Heft sowie der Vierfachnummer zur November-Revolution. - Der 1969 verstorbene Verfasser der B. Traven-Bücher gilt nach Heidemann, Recknagel u.a. als identisch mit dem Herausgeber und meist auch Verfasser des "Ziegelbrenner", der sich damals Ret Marut nannte. Vermutungen über seine Abstammung und seinen wirklichen Namen halten bis heute an. Durch den "Ziegelbrenner" kam Traven (ca. 1882-1969) im April 1919 in der Münchener Räterepublik zu politischer Bedeutung.

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        La Marseillaise for mixed voices

      Jos. P. Katz, 181 East Broadway, New York, New York 1917 - Printed Musical Score, song score. Yiddish Lyrics in Romanized Yiddish arr. Libraries worldwide that own item: 5 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      New York: MacMillan. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1917. First Edition. Hardcover. Color Illustrations; 517 pages; #12/250 lg paper copies numbered in red ink on the limitations page after the Half Title page.. 4to, orig gilt-lettered & -pictorial white kid, t. E. G. , other edges untrimmed; occasionally scuffed, spine ends & edges rubbed, bottom of front joint starting to split. With 16 mtd color plates with captioned tissue guards, 70 b/w illus. Internally clean. 1st Rackham ed. Apr 9 x 12". 6 lbs ; 6 .

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        Straßenszene. Holzschnitt 1917. Signiert,Nr.23 von 50 Exemplaren.

      1917 - Holzschnitt. 1917. Signiert, datiert u. numeriert. 20,2 x 13,1 auf 54,3 x 39,5 cm. - Nr. 23 von 50 Exemplaren auf handgeschöpftem Japanpapier. Abdruck von 1978.-Früher Holzschnitt, entstanden 1917 in Genf, wo Schad, Pazifist und Kriegsflüchtling, sich seit Herbst 1916 niedergelassen hatte. Aus der Zeit ist nur ein Abdruck dieses Holzschnittes bekannt. 15 weitere Handdrucke des Künstlers, die nicht numeriert waren, entstanden nach 1960. - Richter 34. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Fleisch. Gesammmelte Lyrik.

      Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Verlag der Wochenschrift Die Aktion (Franz Pfemfert), 1917. . Erste Ausgabe der Sammlung von Gedichten, u.a. die Zyklen "Morgue", "Nachtcafé", "Alaska" und "Der Psychiater" sowie acht einzelner Gedichte ("Krebsbaracke, "Fleisch", "Englisches Café" u.a.). Die Illustrationen auf dem Vorderdeckel und 2 Tafeln. zeichnete Max Oppenheimer (MOPP). - Einband gering bestoßen u. leicht gebräunt, Bezüge gering knickspurig

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      1917. MORSE, Edward S. JAPAN DAY BY DAY: 1877, 1878-79, 1882-83. Boston: Mifflin Company, Cambridge: The University Press, 1917. First edition. Two volumes: xiv, [2], 441; [6], 453 pp. Illustrated with a color frontispiece in each volume and throughout with many b&w text illustrations by the author. Large 8vo., grey pictorial cloth, t.e.g. An almost perfect set both volumes still have the original publisher's dust- jackets. The jackets have a small bit of loss at crowns and edges and are faded on the spines Always a desirable title, this copy is especially interesting due of the presence of both original jackets and the heretofore unseen slipcase. Rare thus.

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        FINISHED ..

      New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1917.. Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-ix [x-xii] [1] 2-399 [400: printer's imprint] [401-402: ads] [403-404: blank] [note: last leaf is a blank], inserted frontispiece with color illustration by A. C. Michael, original decorated red cloth, front panel stamped in blind, spine panel stamped in gold, rear panel ruled in blind. First U.S. edition. An Allan Quatermain novel. Third book of a trilogy, preceded by MARIE (1912) and CHILD OF STORM (1913). Bleiler (1978), p. 90. Scott 68A. Whatmore F44.6.a. A fine copy in very good pictorial dust jacket (front panel reproduces the color frontispiece illustration by A. C. Michael) with light wear along top and bottom edges, some shallow loss at spine ends, and several short closed tears at edges. A nice example of this colorful jacket. (#152662)

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        The Motion Picture Boys

      Saalfield, 1917 The complete series of the five books of the Motion Picture Comrades books from the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Rare in the Motion Picture Boys jackets from 1917. Five volumes, very good in very good dust jackets, comes with a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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