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        The Maid of the Combahee ; a Romance of the South from the Manuscript of Sir Thomas Yeld, Bart.

      Baltimore, Md. , Saulsbury Publishing Co 1918 - Description: 325 p. Front. 20 cm. Subjects: Southern States --Fiction. Author's presentation copy SIGNED and inscribed. Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked pictorial cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 325 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        The Garden of Survival

      Macmillan 1918 - Signed and inscribed by the author on cover page .Short fantasy novell about a man who is haunted by the presence of his dead wife. Very un-common as 1st Edition especially SIGNED by the author! Owner's name on title page otherwise nice copy.2nd printing. Please see uploaded photos. For more information, please contact us. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hurlingham Books]
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        Par les Rues et les berges du vieux Paris.

      Paris. 1918 - Color and monochrome woodcuts on old Japanese paper. One of only 2 portfolios. Exhibited a the Salon d'Automne, 1919. Loose pages in chemise and Etui. See Bénézit.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        The Pen Drawings of Norman Lindsay

      Sydney: Angus and Robertson. 1918. First. First edition. Special Number of Art In Australia. Folio. Extensively illustrated with tipped-in plates. Quarter cloth and printed papercovered boards. Attractive and contemporary risque bookplate tipped to the front pastedown, a near fine copy, without the presumed dustwrapper. One of 200 numbered copies Signed by Lindsay. Exceptionally scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Fourty seven Fac-simile Drawings by American Artists

      American Artists' War Emergency Fund, National Arts Club, Philadelphia 1918 - A heavy stock folio with fourty-seven 10" x 12" auto-lithographic prints. The introduction on the title page begins "This unique collection of drawings was contributed to the "American Artists' War Emergency Fund" by forty-seven American artists to be disposed of for the benefit of this fund. The Artists' Emergency Fund is one of the numerous war activities due to the initiative of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents who, through causes connected with the war, may require assistance. : It continues to explain the printing process and how the limited edition is made available at five dolls a set. Reverse of title page includes a list of contributors and the name of the work. Some of the artists represented in this set include Hugo Ballin, Cecilia Beaux, Edwin Blashfield, Ernest Blumenshein, George De Forest Brush, Howard Russell Butler, Ercole Cartotto, Frederick S. Church, B.West Clinedinest, Colin Campbell Cooper, E. Irving Couse, Kenyon Cox, Charles C. Curran, Eliott Daingerfield, Paul Dougherty, [Ben Foster - lacking], Daniel Garber, Charles Dana Gibson, Philip Leslie Hale, Childe Hassam, Ernest Ipsen, Francis C. Jones, Hugh Bolton Jones, Arthur I. Keller, Paul King, Ella Conde Lamb, William H. Lippincott, Will H. Low, Clara Mac Chesney, F. Luis Mora, H. Siddons Mowbray, Ivan G. Olinsky, Violet Oakley, Maxfield Parrish, William Macgregor Paxton, Henry W. Parton, Joseph Pennell, Edward H. Potthast, William Ritschel, Henry B. Snell, Gardner Symons, C.Y. Turner, Douglas Volk, Henry O. Walker, Harry W. Watrous, J. Alden Weir and Irving R. Wiles. Also includes facsimile of notes on the work by Joseph Pennell. Complete set. The heavy stock folio with quarter cloth binding has an applied illustration of a woman. minor age toning on margins. Corner chip and wear on portfolio

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        Les Jockeys Camoufles

      La Belle Edition, Paris 1918 - FIRST EDITION, one of only 300 numbered copies on verge d'Arches (out of a total edition of 343), with five plates by Henri Matisse illustrating three poems by Pierre Reverdy. Often considered Matisse's first illustrated book, Les Jockeys Camoufles actually contains drawings made previously by Matisse between 1903-1917. A beautifully printed book with text in four colors. Les Jockeys Camoufles. Trois Poemes par Monsieur Pierre Reverdy. Agrementes de cinq dessins inedits de Henri Matisse. Paris: La Belle Edition, (1918). Quarto, original wrappers, original glassine. Slight toning to edges of wrappers, small tear to original glassine. In outstanding condition. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Manhattan Rare Book Company, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Les Jockeys Camoufles. Trois Poemes par Monsieur Pierre Reverdy. Agrementes de cinq dessins inedits de Henri Matisse (Limited Ed.)

      La Belle Édition, Paris 1918 - With 5 full-page reproductions of ink drawings hors texte (1 is double page) by Henri Matisse; 3 poems by Pierre Reverdy; one of 300 numbered copies on uncut verge d'Arches (M.L.C watermark) from the limited edition of 343 in all (this is # 22); "Acheve de composer et d'imprimer dans les ateliers de Francois Bernouard"; 4to. size: 9 x 10in.; 40pp; printed wrappers. no glassine; hand stiched with single string- as issued; text is printed in green, orange and blue ("Two editions of it were printed, both in 1918. This one, the first, has the text beautifully set in three colors, rather like Blaise Cendrars and Fernand Legers Jai tue, also published by François Bernouard in this year. Reverdy, who had not authorized this typographical caprice and was infuriated by it, forced Bernouard to issue a second version of it, in black-and-white"). "Les jockeys camoufles" has sometimes been called Matisses first illustrated book, a claim which is not strictly true, as it incorporates drawings made, in a few cases, years before, between 1903 and 1917. Nonetheless, it is the first book to contain a multitude of images by him integrated in this fashion"; Reference: Editions Albert Skier, Painters et Sculptures 255; The Artist and the Book 195; Barr, Matisse, p. 560.; PROVENANCE: purchased at Swann's Auction Gallery 2004; CONDITION of book: all 5 plates in beautiful condition; there is an inscription on first title page in small ink " Churhill and Dorothy Lathrop.Norwich, June, 1940"; wrappers and interior pages are still attached; all the pages have a very small invisible crease at top right edges; some moisture marks at very edges of some of the pages with text. but not on any of the illustrated plates; missing about 1/3" at bottom of paper spine; the front & back wrapper have some spots, rubbing, and a few small tears to edges (the back wrapper has about 1/4" missing at bottom edge); considering it is almost 90 years old it is in GOOD COND. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: DR FINE ARTS]
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        Charles A. Lindbergh Photograph Signed to an Aviator/Hero of World War I

      - Charles A. Lindbergh Photograph Signed to an Aviator/Hero of World War I.Before the U.S. got involved in World War I, Alan F. Winslow served with the legendary Lafayette Escadrille in France. In 1918, now an officer in the U.S. ArmyÕs air service, he and Douglas Cambell shot down the first two German airplanes to fall victim to American aviators with General Pershing's expeditionary forces. On August 13, 1918, Winslow was shot down and reported killed in action over France. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. At warÕs end, he was discovered in a German hospital where he had been treated after surviving the crash but losing his arm. After the war, he became assistant chief of Pan American Airways' foreign department.In 1928, a year after his historic flight, Lindbergh became a technical advisor to Pan American Airways, a relationship that would prove long-lasting. While there, he became acquinted with Winslow. An 9 by 12 inch photograph of Lindbergh circa 1928-1932, inscribed and signed ÒTo Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Winslow, sincerely, Charles A. Lindbergh.Ó The photograph can be approximately dated because WinslowÕs luck finally ran out in 1933, when he died at age 37 in a fall from a third-floor hotel window. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: The Raab Collection]
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        Ernst Haeckel. Familien-Porträt

      Berlin 1918 - Zeigt den Naturforscher und Philosophen Ernst Haeckel im Alter von 84 Jahren im Kreis seiner Töchter und Enkeltöcher. - Vorderseitig u. rückseitig eigenhändig von Ernst Haeckel bezeichnet: Ernst Haeckel - (Jena, Villa Medura, September 1918) 1. Der Patriarch E.H., 84. Jahr - 2. Seine Tochter Lisbeth Mayer (Leipzig) - 47. Jahr - 3. deren Tochter Else Hantzsch (Frau Oberleutnant) 24 Jahre - 4. Deren Tochter Bettina - 1 Jahr - 4 Generationen: 1834-1918 - Photogr. Aufnahme durch Carl Grimsehl - Berlin . - Tadelloser Zustand Original-Gelatin-Silber-Abzug von Carl Grimsehl

      [Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH]
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        Nothing Stops These Men Let Nothing Stop You

      Philadelphia.: United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation.. Signed in image 1918.. Color lithograph poster, sheet 39 1/4 x 53 1/2 inches. 3 vertical folds, 1 horizontal fold, crease and archivally mended tear at upper left corner, other light creasing, tiny abraded spots along central fold, one short tear along central horizontal fold mended on verso with linen tape, several short edge tears mended with linen tape, other short edge tears. Image is clean and bright and displays very well. This original World War I poster features a dramatic image of a bayonet advance on the enemy, the United States flag at upper left by Howard Giles (1876-1955). This over-size poster was designed to increase production in U.S. ship building plants. Printed by John H. Eggers Co. Inc., New York. .

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        MOBILIZING WOMAN-POWER. With a Foreword by Theodore Roosevelt.

      The Womans Press,, New York: 1918 - Illustrated with a Frontis & 12 inserted plates. Blatch the daughter of suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who followed in her mother's footsteps by also becoming a leader in the late 19th/early 20th C. women's movement, a writer and an advocate for labor reform. Blatch is credited with reviving & modernizing a suffrage movement which, by the beginning of the 20th century, was listless & flagging; she is also credited with motivating its evolution from a mostly middle & upper class movement to one which exhibited a concern for rights of working women, primarily by her 1907 launching of the Equality League of Self- Supporting Women which held open-air meetings & inaugurated the first suffrage parades. Blatch's style was radical in nature, combining a militant civil disobedience with political activism. The synergy generated her personal energy, daring & political savvy spurred the Suffrage movement on, aiding it in achieving its goal of enfranchising American women with the 1920 passage of the Constitution's 19th Amendment.With the coming of WWI, Blatch directed her formidable personality & energies to aiding the war effort, and this book was written in such a spirit- it describes the European female contribution to fighting the Hun, & exhorts their American counterparts to do no less [NAW, Vol. I]. A solid VG copy (spine slightly darkened, with blue lettering a bit dull/minor extremity wear). Light brown vertically-ribbed cloth stamped in blue, with a decorative frame surrounding the front board title stamping. Crown 8vo. 1st edition. 195 pp. Appendix ('Documents Used in Women's War-Work in England and France'). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Piccadilly Jim

      Herbert Jenkins 1918 - London F/F. After 20 years of looking I now know that there is a least one copy with a full wrapper .There is a mystery about this title and the second printing late 1918 which had print runs of 5,000 and 2,000. Copies should have turned up and over the years I have been lucky and found some rare and possibly unique items but never a sign of this wrapper. Quite by chance a copy has turned up in a UK institution . I have checked auction records over the last 20 years and there has been no copy that I can find that has come onto the market including the Heinemann sale . An interesting item of legendary rarity and unique in design as it is totally different from all later Herbert Jenkins wrappers which follow a pattern of synopsis on rear panel in red ,black or green frame .The wrapper is a reproduction of the original which has been digitally enhanced, and is never likely to ever be put on the market. I have the front panel of the wrapper which was fixed to the endpaper of the Ist and have no doubt that this is the true Ist . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dick Neal Fine Books]
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        Een Boecxken Gemaket van suster bertken die lvij iaren besloten heeft gheseten tot Utrecht in dye Buerkercke.

      (Den Haag De Zilverdistel 1918) - Small octavo. 18ff. From an edition of 70 copies, this is one of twenty Roman numeral copies reserved for owners of the Press. This copy was designated for Nelly van Eyck-Benjamin, the wife of Dutch poet Pieter Nicolaas van Eyck, who was one of the founders of the Press. De Zilverdistel is considered the first private press in the Netherlands. The text consists of meditations on the passion of Christ and is one of two books written by Bertken, who was cloistered in a small cell in Utrecht for 57 years. This edition was printed to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the posthumous publication of this text and marks the first use of Lucien Pissarro’s Distel type, which is printed in three colors and augmented by various large decorative initials, likely drawn by S. H. de Roos. Bound in original limp vellum with snowflake design in gilt on upper cover, title gilt on spine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers, Inc., ABAA]
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        The Legend of the Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the Land of Flanders and Elsewhere

      Chatto and Windus, London 1918 - Special edition of this book, bound in vellum with gold lettering. Book states there were only twelve copies printed of which ten are for sale, this is number 9.Translated from the French by Geoffrey Whitworth. There are twenty woodcut illustrations by Albert Delstanche, these are pulled by hand and each signed by the artist, real signatures not facsimiles.Illustrations are clean and protected by tissue guards, other pages have occasional foxing spots as do a few tissue guards this has protected the illustrations only very slight very light tiny spots on the illustrations, half title page is a little more foxed than the others. Endpapers are lightly foxed and outer edges of untrimmed pages are browned. Outer vellum covers are a little yellowed on edges and on spine, rear bottom left corner has small crease, top edges of pages are gold, this is dull and worn away in places,some light marking and a little dusty from age. For all its faults a pleasing, sound copy of a rare book SEE IMAGE. DETAILED IMAGES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST Size: 22 X 16 Cms [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Philadelphia - The Penn Publishing Company, 1918 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A handsome volume in which George Wharton Edwards outlines the delights of Alsace-Lorraine in both prose and illustration. Edwards (March 1859 January 18, 1950) was an American impressionistpainter and illustrator, and the author of several books of travel and historical subjects. This lovely book shows off his artistic skill in full colour and features a particularly nice illustrated title page, alongside many other colour plates - each accompanied by its own labelled tissueguard. First edition. Condition: In a decorative full cloth binding. Externally, smart with some minor rubbing and light wear to extremities. Rear board slightly marked but front board is in lovely bright condition. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright and clean throughout. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        The Reports of Chavonnes and His Council, and of Van Imhoff, on the Cape. with Incidental Correspondence

      The Van Riebeeck Society. 1918. H Hardcover. Very Good. No Jacket volume 1 in the first series of the van riebeeck series. no jacket issued. original grey boards are a little shelf rubbed and lightly marked. the book has a previous owner's bookplate and signature and there is some foxing. the binding is excellent. very rare. supposedly only 250 were produced.

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      William Heinemann (1918), London - 1/765. 4to. Original gold-stamped medium blue Acme sealskin protected by modern mylar. Raised bands. Gold-embossed floral decorations and gold lettering on spine. Binding designed and bound by Sancorski & Sutcliffe, London. Top edge gilt. Deckled fore- and bottom page edges. Decorative endpapers with colorful floral designs. Signed by Rackham on limitation page. Ex-libris of Lucy [Doheny] Smith Battson on free front endpaper. Inscribed to her by Countess Estelle Doheny, "Valentines Greetings to Lucy from Ma D., February 14th. 1927." L. D. Smith Battson was the daughter-in-law of Estelle Doheny (1875-1958), who was a Los Angeles socialite and the second wife of oil tycoon Edward L. Doheny. Tipped-in color frontispiece. Decorative drawings in green on title-page. Two page letter, handwritten and signed by Swinburne from the Pines, Putney Hill, dated June 4 - 1905 & original envelope with canceled stamp, addressed to Miss Anthony, tipped-in at front of book. Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837-1909) was an English poet and novelist. He invented the roundel form and contributed to the famous Eleventh Edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Scarce de luxe edition illustrated with 9 (incl. frontispiece) color reproductions of drawings by Arthur Rackham tipped-in on gray art paper, as well as b/w reproductions of 58 line drawings. The frontispiece in this edition was not present in the trade edition. Color plates protected by captioned tissue guards. Preface by Edmund Gosse. Minor rubbing on corners and along joints on front and back cover. Head of spine slightly chipped. Middle raised band missing, otherwise tight book in very good to near fine condition. Scarce. Unique copy in a stunning binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Springtide of Life, The

      London: William Heinemann, 1918. - Signed Limited Edition in the Original Glassine Wrapper[RACKHAM, Arthur, Illustrator]. SWINBURNE, Algernon Charles. The Springtide of Life. Poems of Childhood by Algernon Charles Swinburne. With a Preface by Edmund Gosse. London: William Heinemann, [1918]. Edition Deluxe limited to 765 numbered copies signed by Arthur Rackham (this copy being no. 98). Large quarto (11 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches; 285 x 232 mm.). ix, [1], 132, [2] pp. Nine full color tipped-in plates with captioned tissue guards and fifty-two black and white text illustrations. Publisher's quarter vellum over parchment boards. Front cover and spine lettered and decorated in gilt. Pictorial endpapers. A bright and fine copy in the rare and fragile original glassine dust jacket. The signed limited edition contains one extra colored plate that is not found in the trade edition - the frontispiece."[Rackham's] drawings for Swinburne's poems of childhood, The Springtide of Life attracted the admiration of Edmund Gosse, who expressed his appreciation in a preface and told Rackham personally (18th October 1918: 'This volume will not merely be he best book of the present art-season, but a joy to all sensitive people for years and years to come'" (Hudson, Arthur Rackham His Life and Work, p. 108)."As the close of his life approached, Swinburne frequently expressed his intention to extract from his various volumes those poems which were addressed to children, or were descriptive of child-life, and to publish them in a separate collection. He died without having found occasion to carry out this plan, and he left no directions with regard to the way in which it ought to be done One reason why Swinburne never brought out such a collection was his failure to find an artist who could interpret to his satisfaction the simplicity and freshness of his verses. We are fortunate in having secured, in Mr. Arthur Rackham, one whose delicate and romantic fancy is in sensitive harmony with Swinburne's, and who understands, no less than he did, how "Heaven lies about us in our infancy." (Edmund Gosse),Latimore and Haskell, p. 48. Riall, p. 133. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      William Heinemann, London 1918 - 286 x 232 mm (11 1/4 x 9 1/8"). ix, [i], 132, [2] pp. With a preface by Edmond Gosse. ONE OF 765 COPIES SIGNED BY RACKHAM (this is copy #369). Very attractive red three-quarter morocco, raised bands, spine handsomely gilt in compartments formed by plain and decorative rules, quatrefoil centerpiece surrounded by densely scrolling cornerpieces, sides and endleaves of rose-colored linen, top edge gilt. With numerous black and white illustrations of cherubic children in the text, and NINE COLOR PLATES, as called for, all tipped onto brown paper and with letterpress guards. Front pastedown with morocco bookplate of W. A. M. Burden. Hudson, p. 170; Latimore & Haskell, pp. 48-49. Just a hint of offsetting from the brown mounting paper, otherwise A VERY FINE COPY, BRIGHT, FRESH, AND CLEAN INSIDE AND OUT, with only the most trivial of imperfections. This collection of Swinburne verses written for and about children was published near the end of the four years of horror known as the "War to End All Wars," and its innocent subject matter--not exactly what the bohemian Swinburne was best known for--combined with Rackham's sweet drawings of babies and toddlers constituted just what a war-weary public was seeking. Writer Edmond Gosse told Rackham, "This volume will not merely be the best book of the present art-season, but a joy to all sensitive people for years and years to come." (Hudson) The limited edition had an additional plate (the frontispiece) not included in the trade edition. ONE OF 765 COPIES SIGNED BY RACKHAM (this is copy #369) [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        The Springtide of Life

      William Heinemann, London 1918 - ix, [1], 132pp, [2], ills. Rebound in full morocco, raised bands, spine in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, illustrator to fourth, all panels bordered with a single fillet, covers bordered with a single fillet, zig-zag and dot inner dentelles, t.e.g. marbled endpapers. Spine very slightly dulled, otherwise very good indeed. Internally some light browning to page edges, but quite bright and clean. With eight tissue-guarded plates by Rackham as called for. Number 35 of 765 copies, signed by Rackham to the limitation leaf [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      - (RACKHAM,ARTHUR)illus. SPRINGTIDE OF LIFE: POEMS OF CHILDHOOD by Algernon Swinburne. London: Heinemann (1918). 4to, green gilt cloth, near Fine. 1st ed. Featuring 8 beautiful color plates and 52 b&w's by Rackham. Laid in is a 2 page handwritten signed letter dated February 5, 1930 from Rackham to a Mr. Taylor reading: "Here are the remaining drawings for Mr. Scheuer. You will see there are 23 of them. This number is reached (instead of 16) because in several cases there was more than one drawing on the same sheet of paper and they are now separated. In two cases there were two drawings: and in one, six. The above is now my permanent home address to which all communication had better be addressed as I shall be there much more than at my London studio (where I can be, at any time, by appointment). I wish I had been able to get these drawings to you before this and I very much hope Mr. Scheuer has not been incomvenienced. I need hardly say it has not been possible to do otherwise but I am now back at work again and completely recovered from my operation." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Interned in Turkey 1914-1918

      Lebanon: Sevan Press. Hardcover. 158 pages. Author wrote the manuscript for this work from memory in 1918 but it was not published until 1969. Dedicated it to "the thousands of innocent Armenian men, women and children of Ourfa, Turkey, who perished amid the horrors of the infamous genocide of 1915-18". Documents the experiences of a civil prisoner in Turkey during the Great War. In 1914 he was deported from Beirut to the interior of Turkey where he remained until his release in 1918. Average wear to clean and unmarked book. Binding sound. Above-average wear and soiling to dust jacket. A worthy copy of this important eye-witness account. . Good. 1969. First Edition.

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        Die Huterer. 16. Febr. 1918., Freuet Euch des Lebens aber langsam & anstaendig !

      PRIVAT, 1918 bis Dez. 1929. - 2 Bll. + farb. handkolor. Titelblatt (Zeichn.) + 12 S. (6 Orig.-ganzseit.-Bleistiftzeichnungen, sign. v. H. Wirsing) + 396 handgeschr.-Seiten mit 1 Originalzeichnung (Mann im Lederhose) der Biedermeierzeit, 45 Bleistiftzeichn., 20 teils kolor.-Bleistiftzeichn., 7 gekl.-Fotos, 4 Extra-Seiten, 4 Collages u. Notenabb.+ ca 112 (leere) Seiten, im Schweinsleder-Originaleinband (22 x 19 cm) der Barockzeit (auf Holz) mitgebunden , mit Blindpressung u. mit Deckelornam. u. Schliesse (nur z. teil erhalten). Büttenpapier ! Sehr gut erhalten, nur minimale Alters-u. Gebrauchsspuren. * ORIGINAL "HAUS"-BUCH vom Architekt JOSEPH von SCHMÄDEL (1847-1923, Kreis um Emanuel von Seidl.) u. Sohn Wolfgang von Schmädel (sein Schwiegervater war der Künstler Ludwig Scheuermann), in zusammenarbeit mit Freundeskreis ("Huterer", Hüte im Stil Erzherzog Johann v. Österr., gegründet Febr. 1918), dazu gehören der Maler Heinrich Wirsing (meist. Illustrationen !), Adolf u. Else von Klingel, Gurgerzer, Schwarzling (?), v. Kramer u.a. mit vielen Gedichten u. Eintragungen, zu versch. Einlässe u. Treffen (Geburtstag, Hochzeitstag, Kinder, Feiertage, Kirka, Fasching u.a.), also GÄSTEBUCH u. JOURNAL. Äußerst Selten ! EIN STÜCK MÜNCHEN ! Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1405 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Red One

      Macmillan Company, New York 1918 - 193 pages. First edition, first printing. Illustrated by Arnold Genthe. Only 5342 copies printed. Very good book with the top 1" of the spine missing (not affecting the title) and some wear to the bottom of the spine and very slight wear to the corners. The pictoral front cover and spine is bright and clean. A very nice copy! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fireproof Books]
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      London: Macmillan & Co., (1918) - Stunning copy of this obscure, elusive title. Retold by Flora Annie Steel and illustrated by Arthur Rackham. This is #179 of only 500 copies. Full white buckram with gilt topedge & titles. 16 color plates, each with lettered tissue guard; 41 b/w drawings in the text. Thick 4to. 341pp. A glorious Collector's copy NUMBERED & SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        The Springtide of Life

      Heinemann 1918 - First Edition. A sharp copy of this limited edition of 765 copies SIGNED by Arthur Rackham. The book is in nice shape. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with light wear to the spine and edges. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy SIGNED by Rackham in collector's condition. We buy First Editions of Children's books. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        The Springtide of Life. Poems of Childhood by Algernon Charles Swinburne

      William Heinemann, London 1918 - SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, number 354 of only 765 copies signed by illustrator Arthur Rackham. Beautifully illustrated collection of Swinburne's children's poems, with nine mounted colored plates and 52 black and white drawings. London: William Heinemann, 1918. Quarto, original half vellum over parchment boards with gilt designs. Some soiling to endpapers, binding with only the slightest soiling; an exceptionally clean copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Manhattan Rare Book Company, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Springtide of Life. Poems of Childhood by Algernon Charles Swinburne. With a Preface by Edmind Gosse. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. (1918; Signed, limited edition).

      London: William Heinemann [1918]. Number 107 of a total of 765 numbered copies. Printed at The Complete Press West Norwood London. - [Limitation statement]: This Edition is limited to 765 numbered and signed copies, of which 100 are reserved for United States of America and 15 for Presentation No. 107 [signed] Arthur Rackham. 9 3/8 in. x 11 4/8 in., half-title, with signed limitation statement on the reverse; mounted color frontispiece with figure of Pan; with plain tissue guard; title-page printed in black and green, with Rackham designs; preface (by editor, Edmund Gosse); contents, list of plates. [i]-[x], pp. 1-[133]; illustrated with a total of 9 tipped-in color plates, mounted on a sheet of dark brown paper; with a title-printed tissue guards, and over 50 various sized black & white drawings, or designs, many used as head or tail-pieces. Vellum spine and sides with titling and a gilt desihn on the spine, gilt, single-line border on the side, with gilt title and Rackham design on the front cover, and white paper paper over boards, endpapers with a Rackham design printed in green, Heinemann device blindstamped on the back cover; top-edge gilt. The cover margins show some age-related tanning, two deep scratches into the front cover surface, a nick to the vellum spine at the back edge along the side, tanning to the endpapers. Latimore & Haskell, Rackham Bibliography, 1936; pp. 48-49: This [limited, 1918] edition has an extra coloured plate that is not in the trade edition (The frontispiece). [List of Color Plates]: [1] Frontispiece; [2] Hush! for the holiest thing that lives is here, p. 2; [3] Love, laughing, leads the little feet a little way, p. 42; [4] A Child's Future, p. 60; [5] A flower of bliss, beyond all blessing Blest, p. 84; [6] Now that May's call musters files of baby bands, p. 98; [7] The Path of Spring, p. 120; [8] Summer's rose-garlanded train, p. 128; [9] The face and the voice of a child are assurance of heaven and its promise for ever, p. 132. Weight: 2 1/4 lbs. Postage may be extra on this item. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        The Springtide of Life: Poems of Childhood [SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM ]

      William Heinemann (1918), London - 1/765. 4to. ix,[1],132,[2]pp. Original half-vellum over illustrated gold-stamped ivory paper covered boards, vignette and lettering in gold on spine. Top edge gilt. Deckled fore- and bottom page edges. Decorative endpapers with green floral designs. Signed by Rackham on limitation page. Tipped-in color frontispiece. Illustrated title-page. Delightfully illustrated with 9 (incl. frontispiece) color reproductions of drawings by Arthur Rackham as well as b/w reproductions of 58 line drawings. Color plates tipped-in on gray art paper, protected by captioned tissue guards. Frontispiece of this edition was not present in the trade edition. Preface by Edmund Gosse. Age wear, staining and scuffing on binding, Tail of spine and corners bumped slightly affecting pages throughout. Minor foxing on first and last few leaves and to few pages throughout. Binding in good-, interior in very good condition. Enchanting collection of poems by English poet and novelist Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837-1909). Frst illustrated Rackham edition of this work. Numbered limited edition [FIRST ILLUSTRATED RACKHAM EDITION] [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      1918 - London: Frederick Warne and Co., n.d. [1918]. Original light brown paper-covered boards with pictorial onlay. First Edition of this tale which Beatrix Potter adapted from Aesop's "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse"; she dedicated it "To Aesop in the shadows." One of her later tales, it is one of the few tales for which the first edition title page is undated.~Much has been made of the presence or absence of the "N" in "LONDON" on the title page (this copy does have the "N"). The first printing, which was done in 1918, had some copies with the "N" and some without it; it has been surmised, for example by Linder, that the first copies off the press lacked the "N", meaning that it was added during the print run; however, it is just as possible that the "N" dropped off during the print run. Either way, which copies were the first to be printed has no bearing on which copies were the first to be published (issued to the public).~This is a fine copy (one tiny hint of wear at a corner, but otherwise as nice as one could hope for). Linder p. 430; Quinby 25. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman [ABAA]]
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      NY: JAMES T. WHITE, 1918. Book. Good. Hardcover. 5 x 7 1/2. TITLE: THE FLYING PARLIAMENT AND OTHER POEMS 1918 AUTHOR: EDWINA STANTON BABCOCK PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: JAMES T. WHITE, NY 1918 EDITION: First Edition assumed CATEGORY: Poetry BINDING/COVER: Hardback without dust jacket COLOR: Reddish with decoration BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: First Edition assumed. JAMES T. WHITE, NY 1918. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS BOOK FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET!!! CONDITION: The book is without a dust jacket. Small like bend to the very edge of the front board. There are two names written on the front endpaper with one being in pencil and one in ink. Book is without other marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. There is a small line crease to the edge of the title page. SIZE: 5 x 7 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 128 pages. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS BOOK FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid books will ship immediately without email notification to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 10 business days after item is received. InvCode E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 004546.

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        My Four Weeks in France.

      The Bobbs Merrill Company, Indianapolis 1918 - 187 pp. 8vo, publisher's cloth in dust jacket. First edition; second issue of binding and jacket. Contemporary ownership inscription on pastedown; else a near fine copy in a very bright jacket with a few tiny nicks to edges. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jeffrey H. Marks, Rare Books, ABAA]
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        The Red One [RARE Advance Copy for Review]

      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. A Very Good + copy of a rare Advance Copy for the first edition, first printing (small chip to the spine head's overhang, spine relaid with some excess glue showing at the rear gutter, a bit of rubbing at the board corners -- otherwise Fine for this fragile title and lacking the quite scarce dust jacket), complete with the undated advertisements; a collection of four Jack London short stories written by him as he grew closer to death and published posthumously. Only 5,342 copies were printed and, due to the low number of copies produced and the delicateness of the volume's paper-covered boards, copies in collectable condition have become quite scarce. As noted above, this is a rare Publisher's Advance Copy for Review with the Publisher's perforated statement thereof to the title page. As the number of copies produced was rather low for a London book, we expect that, in comparison to his other works, correspondingly fewer Advance Copies were produced. As only a few Advance Copies likely were produced, and as the publication was quite a delicate one, we anticipate that Advance Copies are RARE, and are especially so when in a condition as nice as is this copy. Having a notable Provenance, this copy belonged to noted London collector Willard S. Morse whose bookplate resides on the front pastedown and whose collection slip has been tipped in to the rear pastedown showing bibliographic information for the book on both the slip's recto and on its verso. An altogether Very Good + copy of a book quite difficult to find in a condition as nice as is this copy made rarer still by its being an ADVANCE COPY FOR REVIEW and enhanced by its having such an excellent Provenance. QUITE SCARCE TO RARE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        Eternidades : Verso (1916-1917)

      Madrid : s.n. [Calleja], Tip. A. de Ángel Alcoy 1918 - ~ Pleno marroquí negro, nervios soplados, títulos dorados, guardas pintadas a mano. Conserva las cubiertas originales ~ 177+[1]p+1f ~ 20x14x2cm. ~ Muy Buen estado. Encuadernación de lujo impecable / Additional images available/ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lirolay]
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        Revue des Deux Mondes 1918 - 1920: soit 16 Volumes reliés (Tomes 43 à 58 )

      - Paris: Bureau de la Revue des Deux Mondes, 1918-20. Environ 950 pages par volumes. Reliures demi-cuir (dos lisses ornés de dorures). Bel ensemble. Ensemble de 16 volumes à suivre de janvier 1918 à août 1920. Poids 25 kg.

      [Bookseller: MAGICBOOKS]
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        Affiche lithographie en couleurs (entoilée) Illustrée par CAULAERT - Théâtre du VIEUX-BRUXELLE - Le Prix Bastin

      Lithographe FUYTYNCK, Bruxelle, 1918. - Dimensions : 58 x 85 cm environTrès bon état.

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      se trouve à la Belle Edition, Paris 1918 - EDITION ORIGINALE illustrée de 5 dessins hors texte d'¿Henri Matisse. Les 3 poèmes sont respectivement imprimés en vert, orange et bleu, la couverture en noir et bleu, les dessins et le reste de l'ouvrage en noir. Tirage à 343 exemplaires. Un des 300 numérotés sur vergé d'Arches. ¤¤¤¤¤ C¿est en 1912, deux ans après son arrivée à Paris que Reverdy fait la connaissance de Matisse avec qui il devient ami. Après la guerre, le poète le sollicite pour l'illustration de son sixième livre LES JOCKEYS CAMOUFLES : «Vous déplairait-il d'illustrer de deux ou trois dessins de vous (petits ou grands) une plaquette de moi : 3 poèmes assez long en 32 pages ? Il est évident qu'en acceptant vous me rendriez un très agréable service. Mais qu'aucune considération ne vous gêne pour refuser si cela ne vous convient pas». Le peintre répond favorablement et lui confie à reproduire au cliché-trait cinq dessins réalisés entre 1903 et 1917. Le livre parait en décembre 1918, publié par François Bernouard qui en a semble-t-il quelque peu hâté la sortie au grand mécontentement de Reverdy qui écrit à Matisse : «Au dernier, Bernouard s'est mis en tête d¿aller vite, trop vite et pour ça ou pour une autre raison il n'a pas attendu que je vienne corriger les dernières épreuves : titre, achevé d'imprimer, liste des ouvrages du même auteur, justification du tirage. Or tout cela est rempli de fautes, de fantaisies ridicules du crû de Bernouard [.] et enfin et surtout la première page est rédigée absolument contre nos conventions du début. C¿est-à-dire que je ne voulais pas de rose comme motif, ni du mot Monsieur devant les noms d¿auteur. Pas plus du reste que dans l¿achever d'imprimer l'hommage au roi d'Italie !!! [.] Mais dans cet état de chose il ne me restait plus qu'un parti à prendre c'était de faire paraître moi-même le livre. C¿est ce que j'ai fait». Reverdy fait donc recomposer le livre chez Birault, son imprimeur habituel qui sort une nouvelle édition en noir le 30 décembre, tout en gardant les mêmes dessins de Matisse. Si Bernouard avait bien tenu compte des exigences de Reverdy pour la couverture de l'ouvrage où figure une presse comme motif et sans le mot Monsieur, il est vrai que le titre est lui composé tout à fait différemment. Et l'impression en couleurs, achevée «pour l'arrivée de S.M. le roi d'Italie» déplut fortement à l'auteur. Cette édition originale ne fut cependant pas retirée de la vente, car l'éditeur la proposait toujours sur son catalogue de mars 1920. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Mexican War Film Corporation Stock Book

      New York: W.N. Perrin & Company. [1918]. Film corporation stock book. Oblong octavo. Green boards with red canvas spine and gilt lettering. Wear to the spine ends, writing on the cover, and with 22 of the 50 stock certificates still attached, an additional six present but loose, and eight certificate receipts removed, very good or better. A stock book for the Mexican War Film Corporation, one of several motion picture production companies owned and operated by Harry Aiken, who has Signed two of the stock receipts. Aiken was an early film producer best known for his role in bringing D.W. Griffith's Birth of a Nation to the screen. The Mexican War Film Corporation only produced one picture, the lost 1914 silent The Life of General Villa, a feature-length mixture of documentary and dramatic recreations starring Pancho Villa (who used his advance and share of the profits to help fund the Mexican Revolution). The events surrounding the production of the film were made into the 2003 television movie And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself with Antonio Banderas in the title role and Jim Broadbent as Aiken. A rare surviving document from a notable lost film. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Exiles. A Play in Three Acts

      London: Grant Richards Ltd. G: in Good condition with protective cover contained in green cloth box. Cover slightly edge darkened. Spine label a little browned and cloth joints a little marked. Light foxing to eps and last few pages. Contents firm. 1918. First English Edition. Quarter green cloth with green board cover. 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5"). 158pp. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM. Rendered into English verse by Edward Fitzgerald

      Hodder & Stoughton. London. No Date. 1918. EARLY DULAC EDITION. Published October 1918. Large 8vo. (8 x 6 inches). viii,189p. Finely illustrated with 12 fine coloured plates by Edmund Dulac, tipped on to thick buff paper with a triple ruled brown border. Each plate with a printed tissue guard. A fine and clean copy, finely bound in early half dark blue morocco by W. H. Smith & Son. Ltd. Spine with five raised bands. Compartments decorated and lettered in gilt. Top and bottom of the spine with single gilt ruled lines. Dark blue cloth on boards. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. A fine copy. (Ann Conolly Hughey. Bibliography of Edmund Dulac. No. 21l. ).

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        Heavenly Bridegrooms: An Unintentional Contribution to the Erotogenetic Interpretation of Religion,

      n.p., New York 1918 - First separate edition. 8vo. 121,(1),3pp. Printed wraps. A fine copy. Originally published over seven issues of the Alienist and Neurologist between 1915 and 1917, Shroeder pulls together the writings of Ida C., the earthly wife of an angel (in her own words), who died 22 years previous to this publication. Considered an obscene sex manual by local authorities; Craddock was jailed on morality charges several times. But Aleister Crowley says no Magick library is complete without this title. A very good copy with only a race of wear to the spine. Housed in a custom leather-backed clamshell case. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        English Fairy Tales

      Macmillan & Co, London 1918 - One of 500 copies numbered and signed by Rackham. This being No. 386. Full vellum with gilt decoration to the front board and spine. Top edge gilt, fore and tail edges untrimmed. Illustrated throughout in black and white, and with 16 full-colour plates mounted on cream-coloured card stock, all with printed tissue guards. Some dust soiling, lower outer corner slightly bumped, otherwise a beautiful, clean copy of a very desirable book. Size: Quarto [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB]
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        English Fairy Tales. Retold by Flora Annie Steel.

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1918 - Octavo (206 × 156 mm). Recent burgundy morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. The occasional minor blemish, an excellent copy. With 16 colour plates and numerous black and white illustrations throughout. First trade edition. A handsomely bound copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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