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        THE BALLOCH CASTLE SEASONS OF LUCAS.Being Four Gobelin Tapestries rich with gold, 8 feet 2 inches high, with combined width of 41 feet 7 inches From Balloch Castle, near Glasgow, where they hung for nearly two centuries A companion set to the famous Months of Lucas, and by the same designer.

      New York; Warwick House Ltd., Privately Printed 1918 - This edition is LIMITED to twenty-five copies, this is number 7 presented to William C. Mather. We believe this was the only edition. Large folio, 23pp., four colored illustrations, quarter red leather binding, leather label on front cover, title and double rule border in gold. Original box. Laid in is a letter from Warwick House to Mather stating that a complimentary copy of the book of tapestries was being sent and reminding him that two of the Tapestries " Spring " symbolized by Fishing and " Winter " symbolized by Skating are on exhibition at the Cleveland Museum ( Mather later became president of the museum). Rare [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        America Calls Enlist in the Navy

      U.S. Navy.. No date. Ca. 1918.. Color poster, 40 3/4 x 28 inches, archivally mended with linen backing. Light creasing at edges from rolling (now minimized by linen backing), very good condition. A particularly good copy of this iconic Navy recruitment poster showing Columbia and a sailor standing resolutely hand in hand. It was designed by the great American artist and illustrator J.C. Leyendecker and printed by the U.S. Navy Publicity Bureau. "The U.S. Navy Publicity Bureau gratefully acknowledges its indebtedness to Mr. J.C. Leyendecker for this design and to the Beck Engraving Co. for the reproduction" is printed at lower left corner. .

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        Die Dolomiten im Kriege

      o. O. , Vlg. [ca. 1918].. Fol. 5 (dav. 4 farb.) Orig.-Radierungen. OHLn.-Mappe. mit Deckelschild. vgl. Thieme-B. XIX, 582f.; Antiquitäten-Rundschau 23. Jg. 1925, Nr. 24; Schüttler, Wien 1944 - 4 Blätter vom Künstler eh. signiert u. betitelt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        THE RED ONE

      1918. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918. 6 pp undated ads. Original brown paper-covered boards pictorially decorated in black, blue and orange, with dust jacket. First Edition of this collection of four tales (the title one is a science fiction tale, involving a wrecked alien spacecraft worshipped by Melanesian natives) -- which consisted of only 5,342 copies, a very low number for London's books. By the time Jack wrote these (in Hawaii, in early 1916), he was dying.~What Jack still tried to hide from her [Charmian], or what she still tried to hide from herself, was just how sick he was. He kept a brave face on things, pretending laziness instead of illness, and he slept apart from her, in order to attend to his own wants and drug injections during the nights...~His recognition of his dependence on Charmian and Eliza [his half-sister] and Joan [his daughter], his laying to rest his father's rejection of him, his Jungian discovery that his nightmares might be the good myths of his unconscious, all helped Jack to write some of his better short stories in the last months of his life. He no longer identified himself with young Anglo-Saxon heroes braving the frozen wastes and bullying the lesser breeds, but with aged Hawaiian natives telling the tales and myths of their past to skeptical foreigners. Most of the stories in ON THE MAKALOA MAT and THE RED ONE are of ancient wisdom confounding modern materialism...~Jack reached down into his own unconscious and his knowledge that death was near, and set it boldly on the page. The most haunting of his final stories was "The Red One." In it, an explorer is dying slowly, in the hut of an old shaman in cannibal Melanesia. The explorer has passed through all the stages of savagery himself, and he waits for his inevitable death from the shaman's knife as he watches the old witch doctor cure the heads of other white men... Only one mystery remains unsolved, the melodious siren call that has lured the explorer into his particular heart of darkness... What the truth was, the story does not tell -- only that, in the total dichotomy between the hallucinatory message from the stars and the utter savagery of men, the boundaries of Jack's split personality lay. At last, he had the courage and awareness to declare himself, as he prepared for his own death. [Sinclair]~THE RED ONE, fairly scarce in any event due to the small number of copies, is quite difficult to find in collectible condition because it is bound in paper-covered boards rather than cloth. This copy is just about fine, unusually clean and bright, with the slightest of wear at the foot of the spine. The scarce dust jacket, with the frontispiece portrait of Jack, is in very good condition (price cut out of spine, minor edgewear). Sisson & Martens p. 98; Blanck 11977. Housed in a cloth clamshell case with leather label.

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman]
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        Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1918

      John Wisden & Co. 1918 - Fifty-fifth edition. Original paper wrappers, slightly creased. Tail of spine slightly chipped. A good copy.

      [Bookseller: Sportspages]
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      Annata completa nn. da 1 (22 dicembre 1918) a 54 (28 dicembre 1919) rilegati in due volumi. Ciascun fascicolo 40 pp. oltre copertina: conservate tutte le copertine originali (fronte e retro). Vol. 1 nn. da 1 a 31: legatura coeva in mezza tela, copertina usurata con parziale staccamento del dorso (solo nella parte anteriore), tracce di foxing alle prime e ultime pagine, fascicoli ben conservati con leggero normale ingiallimento. Vol. 2 nn. da 32 a 54: legatura coeva in mezza tela, in buonissimo stato con minimi segni di usura alla copertina, tracce di foxing alle prime e ultime pagine, fascicoli ben conservati con leggero ingiallimento. Annata che segna la ripresa delle pubblicazioni del Giornalino dopo l'interruzione dal 1911 al 1918. Errata numerazione all'interno dei nn. 3 e 4 (anno 8 n. 1, anno 8 n. 2) in contrasto con la corretta numerazione in copertina (anche le date di pubblicazione sono esatte).

      [Bookseller: Libreria Moretti]
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        Les Enseignements de la Peinture du Jardin grand comme un Grain de Moutarde. Encyclopédie de la Peinture Chinoise. Traduction et commentaires par Raphaël Petrucci. Augmentés d?une préface, d?un dictionnaire biographique des peintures et d?un vocabulaire des termes techniques. Illustrés d?environ cinq cents gravures.

      Librairie Renouard, Paris, 1918 - XII- 519pages, demi-chagrin noir, dos à nerfs, auteur et itre dorés, bords du haut du dos fendus sur une dizaine de centimaitre, reliure solide. Tirage limité exemplaire 273/550

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis]
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        American Expeditionary Forces Tank Corps Archive

      Camp Colt, PA and France: Fletcher, Private Robert G., 1918. This is a terrific grouping of World War I postal history from Private Robert G. Fletcher of Birmingham, Alabama that documents the birth of the U.S. Army's Armor Branch. Highlights of this collection of 16 postcards and covers with letters include two rare Treat 'Em Rough envelopes, one rare Treat 'Em Rough letterhead, one rare Tank Corps Camp Colt envelope, one rare AEF Christmas package mailing coupon, and two scarce American Red Cross 'postal' handstamps. Private Fletcher's dog tags are included as well. Fletcher was drafted in March of 1918, and by early May he had reported to Camp Colt, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania for training in the soon to be formed Tank Corps commanded by Major Dwight D. Eisenhower. Upon deployment, he was assigned to C Company, 302nd Tank Battalion, a unit equipped with heavy British Mark VI tanks. In France, the 302nd was stationed in Langres (APO 714) at the AEF's Tank Center commanded by Captain George S. Patton. Following the Meuse-Argonne offensive, Fletcher was reassigned to the 344th Tank Battalion, also stationed at Langres, which was equipped with light French Renault tanks. Censorship was apparently very strict in the Tank Corps as Fletcher's letters are mostly requests for additional mail from home and provide little insight into unit operations. Still, this collection of materials that date from the creation of the Tank Corps at Gettysburg through the Armistice is unique, and it is unlikely that any other similar assemblages exist.. Letters. Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Read'Em Again Books]
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        Inventaire sommaire des papiers déchirés, brûlés, jetés, etc. en juin 1918 *

      Collège de ?Pataphysique, sans lieu 18 as LXXXVI. - Broché 14 x 10, couverture blanche imprimée rouge et tamponnée en violet. Exemplaire flambant neuf de ce Queneau marrant minimaliste méconnu pour cause d'Interdiction Holocratique de communication, cette plaquette faisant partie d'une collection du Collège réservée à ses plus éminents membres, sollicités de la "conserver à l'abri des regards". Elle manque généralement à la plupart des grandes collections. Avec celle de Vian, ce sont là les deux plus rares et les plus recherchées cette série.La page 14 en contient un signe manuscrit inventés par l'auteur et quatre fois répétés au stylo bille - est-il dissemblable dans chaque exemplaire ? Image visible sur site céleste. Édition originale. L'un des 99 exemplaires imprimés en rouge sur papier jaune, seul tirage.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Oh 7e Ciel]
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        Le défaitisme contre l'homme libre *

      Édition d'Action Sociale, La Chaux-de-Fonds (1918). - Broché, couverture imprimée. Cette plaquette à peu près introuvable s'ouvre sur une page de correspondance de guerre de Flaubert.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Oh 7e Ciel]
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        Dans la foule.

      Georges Crès & Cie 1918 - - Georges Crès & Cie, Paris _1918, 13,5x17cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 60 ex numérotés sur Hollande, seuls grands papiers avec 6 Chine. Gardes très légèrement ombrées, sinon rare et agréable exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The Springtide of Life

      London: William Heinemann, 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. Signed by Illustrator. First Thus. Full Morocco. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Rackham, Arthur. 4to.

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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        Codex iuris canonici pii x pontificis maximi

      Typos polyglottis Vaticanis, 1918. in8 Cartonné

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        Avant et après

      Leipzig: Kurt Wolff, 1918. Livre. Illus. by Paul Gauguin. Parfait. Cartonnage Éditeur. Ed. originale. [Leipzig], [Kurt Wolff], [1918]. 30,5 x 22,5 cm, fac-similé intégral de (1) 213 pp., 2 croquis dans le texte, 8 compositions à pleine page et 19 planches contrecollées, 1 papillon inséré, cartonnage de l'éditeur (signé E.A. Enders, Leipzig) reproduisant fidèlement le carnet original (gravure de Dürer au dernier plat, estampes japonaises sur les gardes...). Edition originale. Tirage à 100 exemplaires seulement, celui-ci, comme souvent, sans le feuillet de justification volant (mais la signature du relieur prouve qu'il ne s'agit pas d'un retirage). Paul Gauguin composa cette autobiographie, qui est aussi son dernier livre, sur l'île de Hivaoa aux Marquises entre janvier et février 1903. Il en confia ensuite le manuscrit au critique André Fontainas pour qu'il l'édite. Celui-ci, qui n'y parvint pas, le restitua à Mette Gauguin. Pola et Mette Gauguin le vendirent ensuite à l'éditeur Kurt Wolff en 1913, lequel parvint finalement à publier le somptueux fac-similé que voici en 1918, avant de revendre le manuscrit à Erik-Ernst Schwabach et de donner diverses versions imprimées du texte. Rarissime. Très bel exemplaire..

      [Bookseller: Des livres autour (Julien Mannoni)]
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        Straße in Königsberg

      Lithographie von Lovis Corinth 1918. 40x25 cm. Unten rechts vom Künstler mit Bleistift signiert. - Schwarz, Corinth L 321 - Erschienen im Verlag von Fritz Gurlitt, Berlin. Einer von 75 Abzügen auf Bütten. "Blick vom Paradeplatz in Königsberg in eine sich bildeinwärts ziehende Straße; r. Häuserreihe, im Vgr. r. ein Eckhaus mit rundem Balkon im ersten Stock. L. Gartenanlagen mit hohen Bäumen. Im Hgr. eine Kirche." Im Hintergrund ist die Altstädter Kirche dargestellt. - Der Maler Lovis Corinth (1858 Tapiau, Ostpreußen - 1925 Zandvoort) wird zu den wichtigsten Vertretern des deutschen Impressionismus gezählt.

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        DIE EROBERUNG MEXIKOS VON FERDINAND CORTES MIT 112 Federlithographien Von Max Slevogt, Ubersetzt Von Mario Spiro

      Berlin: Bruno Cassirer, 1918. Limited edition of 250 copies. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Max Slevogt. One of 250 copies. No pencil or ink markings in text. Text written in Fraktur lettering. Small closed tear at bottom of pate 7 with small stain. Light stain at top of spine at rear cover. Tan cloth binding with Slevogt watercolor reproduction on front board. Slipcase shows some browning. Tears at top and bottom spines of slipcase with some cloth missing. Light stains to top of slipcase. Digital pictures of book and slipcase available upon request; NOT Ex-Library; Slipcase - Very Good. Very Good binding.

      [Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc.]
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        LES LETTRES PARISIENNES - 1918-1920

      JEAN CASSOU, PARIS 1918 - Les lettres parisiennes, 1918. 1919. 1920. couverture souple. - Les lettres parisiennes, Paris 25x22cm. Edition originale. Jean Cassou. Contributions de V.E. Michelet, J. Cassou, A. Wurmser, O. Zadkine. H. Ramey. Louis Bouquet, Maurice Chabas, Luc Durtain, Florot, André Hofer, Georges Pillement. etc. Livraison payée par l'acheteur [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: NOSTROMO2]
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      B. W. Huebsch. New York. 1918. FIRST AUTHORISED AMERICAN EDITION. 1st printing. Small 8vo. (7.2 x 5 inches). Previous owners neat name and date (Jan. 16, 1919) on the front blank endpaper otherwise a very clean and bright copy throughout. In the publishers brown cloth binding with blind stamped lettering to the spine, the front board lettered in gilt. Top edgs gilt, the others untrimmed. With the scarce original printed dustwrapper with a portrait photo of Joyce to the front panel. The spine is priced at $1.00. Some minor loss to the top and bottom of the spine, not affecting the lettering, and some minor rubbing to the extremities, otherwise a very good example of this uncommon wrapper. This authorised edition was published in New York in september 1918, some three months after a pirated edition appeared, issued by Alfred Bartlett of the Cornhill Company in Boston. Copies in the original dustwrapper are scarce. -- Slocum and Cahoon. 6.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Pavannes and Divisions [Signed Association Copy]

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1918. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. A Very Good copy of the first edition, first printing, in the Publisher's original blue cloth, SIGNED BY EZRA POUND on the title page with a device drawn by him below his signature; a collection of sketches and essays, some of which were earlier published in various periodicals. This copy is in Very Good condition, with wear to the corners and edges, and to the spine, and the with the spine lettering rather rubbed. The internal condition of the book is Very Good + or better. (This copy lacks the quite scarce and brittle dust jacket.) Having a marvelous Provenance, this copy belonged to John M. Lundoff whose bookplate resides on the front free endpaper and then to the American actor Jack Palance. American expatriate poet Ezra Pound left America and worked in London and Paris as the foreign editor of several American magazines. As such, Pound was responsible for the publication of T. S. Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" (1915) and for the serialization of James Joyce's Ulysses. Of him, Ernest Hemingway wrote: "He defends [his friends] when they are attacked, he gets them into magazines and out of jail. ... He writes articles about them. He introduces them to wealthy women. He gets publishers to take their books. He sits up all night with them when they claim to be dying ... he advances them hospital expenses and dissuades them from suicide." In 1925, disillusioned with England due to the carnage of World War I, which he blamed on usury and international capitalism, Pound relocated to Italy where he later embraced Mussolini's fascism, vocalized support for Hitler, and wrote for publications owned by Oswald Mosley (founder of the British Union of Fascists). During World War II Pound, paid by Italy, made hundreds of radio broadcasts critical of the United States and, as a result thereof, American forces arrested him for treason in 1945. For one 25-day period, Pound was held outdoors in a 6' x 6' cage which Pound said triggered a mental breakdown. Thus unfit to be tried for treason, Pound spent the next 12 years in a Washington D.C. psychiatric hospital. This copy belonged to John M. Lundoff, an American fascist and the Chairman of the National Renaissance Program ("NRP") in Brooklyn, New York. The NRP issued propaganda rehashing Hitler's speeches and published the National Renaissance Program Bulletin in one issue of which Lundoff asked the youth of America to choose between "parliamentary democracy with its empty promises and discord or the clear, brave, and youthful Fascist principles outlined here." This copy then switched sides, so to speak, and became the property of the actor Jack Palance (born Volodymyr Jack Palahniuk), a full-blooded Ukrainian born in America, who served in the United States Air Force during World War II while Pound was denouncing America. The bookplate from the 2006 auction of much of Palance's personal property is affixed to the front free endpaper. While signed copies of Pound's limited editions abound, signed copies of his trade publications are, in our experience, considerably less common and signed copies of the book offered here are hen's teeth. A Very Good copy of a book quite difficult to find SIGNED BY EZRA POUND. QUITE SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        Bound collection of 19 pamphlets (all printed in the uniform, striking PCd'E design) related to Spanish Republicanism, Communism and the Civil War. Other contributors include Harry Pollitt, Francisco F. Montiel, Jesus Larranga, Francisco Anton,E. Castro Each of the wrappers is bannered with the following lead-title - 'Pleno Ampliado del C.C. del Partido Communista de Espana'...

      Subject: Anti-fascist movements - Europe. Working class - Europe - Political activity. Communism - Spain. Europe - Politics and government - 1918-1945. Spain - History - Civil war, 1936-1939. Castelao, 1886-1950 - Political and social views. Galicia (Region) - History - 20th century - Autonomy and independence movements. Original color-printed stiff-card wrappers very good. Bound in contemporary gilt-blocked, mock snake-skin cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Roads to Freedom

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd.,, 1918. Socialism, Anarchism, and Syndicalism. Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles to spine in blue. Gift and ownership inscriptions to front free endpaper. Lightly rubbed at extremities, spine and edges of boards tanned, margins of contents browned. A very good copy. First edition, first impression of Russell's study of the political models which might best reconstruct the world after the destructive upheaval of the first World War. From the library of Russell's friend and publisher Stanley Unwin.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      19. Very Good. [FAN ALBUM] MEIJI-TAISHO^ ERA FAN ALBUM FROM KYOTO. Fan albums are an interesting genre. Created as marketing tools for deluxe fan makers, they are a compilation of a season's available designs, commissioned from some of the most eminent artists of the day. Once the season was over, the sample books were sold - a very limited production. They have largely disappeared from the market, almost before anyone noticed how interesting they really are. 1) Tachika Chikuson. Chinese Coastal Scene [dated 1918] 2) Tachika Chikuson. Pine Sprouts 3) Imao Keinen. Pine Tree, River & Mountain 4) Kikuchi Keigetsu. Flowers 5) Tomioka Tessai. Chinese figures & poems 6) Kawabata Gyokusho. Fishing in Winter 7) Bokko [picture]; Kakuko [inscription] Lake scene with willows [dated 1917] 8) Konoshima Okoku. Lakeside village 9) Suzuki Shonen. Mt. Fuji & travelers 10) Tomioka Tessai. Hyotan (gourd for drinking) Basket & poem. 11) Inogai Shokoku. Palace figures watering a pine sapling. 12) Konoshima Okoku. Pine sprouts and flowing water. 13) Toyonaka?. Stone, Bamboo (in red) & poem. 14) Abe Tansai. Woodsman & fisherman discuss Confucius 15) Kakuko. (see number 7) 16) Hokei. Coastal scene. 17) Iguchi Kashu. Cormorant Fishing. 18) Signed Shisho-dojin; sealed Taiotsu. Hotei/Daitoku figure, with inscription. 19) Konishi Fukunen. Coastal village. 20) Kawabata Gyokusho. Snowscape. Poem signed Taiotsu-dojin, sealed Taiotsu. (see number 18) 21) Matsumura Keibun (Edo period artist). Boat-pullers; Taisho calligraphy by ? 22) Konoshi Fukunen, poem by the same calligrapher as number 21. 23) Kawamura Kogai. Autumn scene. 24) Nishimura Goun. Mountain temple. 25) Hiroshige Tokaido scene. 26) " " " This particular example is probably from the late teens. Lovely printings and colors, good to very good condition, In a custom-designed sensu-shaped clasped case.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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      London: Humphrey Milford,, 1918. Now first published edited with notes by Robert Bridges Poet Laureate. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, gilt decoration to boards and turn-ins, burgundy endpapers, top edge gilt. With 2 photogravure portraits and 2 double-page plates. Some mild browning and spotting to a few leaves, an excellent copy in a fine binding. First Edition, first binding. One of only 750 copies printed, of which a small number were remaindered in 1930 prior to the publication of the second edition. Hopkins published barely two poems in his lifetime and destroyed many of his early writings in a crisis of faith. Collected by Hopkins's friend and admirer Robert Bridges, this single volume ranks as one of the most important collections published in the century.

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        POEMS OF GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS now first published. Edited with notes by Robert Bridges, Poet Laureate

      London: Humphrey Milford at the Oxford University Press, 1918. 20 cm x 13.2 cm, pp. [viii], 124, two photogravure portraits with tissue guards, by Emery Walker, two handwritten facsimiles, and facsimile signatures from 1866 and 1885. Beige cloth spine backing blue paper boards, paper spine label, top edge rough-trimmed, others deckled. From the library of Canadian writer, editor and critic John Metcalf with his signature to the front free endpaper and dated 1967. Very faint signature in pink pencil of Francis Meehan on the half-title, pages 38/39 have been professionally and conservationally cleaned leaving only a faint trace of stain, otherwise the interior is very clean and bright. The covers, spinestrip, and spine label are quite clean and square. Overall, a very good, clean, tight collectible copy of Hopkins' first book which consisted of only 750 copies. "Apart from a few uncharacteristic poems scattered in periodicals, Hopkins was not published during his own lifetime. His good friend Robert Bridges (1844-1930), whom he met at Oxford and who became Poet Laureate in 1913, served as his literary caretaker: Hopkins sent him copies of his poems, and Bridges arranged for their publication in 1918." - from The Words online. Connolly 100, 33. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good +. Small Octavo.

      [Bookseller: Hugh Anson-Cartwright Fine Books, ABAC/I]
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      Washington: [Government Printing Office], 1918. First Edition. wraps. Vertical crease down center, fair amount of wrinkling. Very Good. Printed wraps, 11 pages. SIGNED by the President on the front cover. A scarce example, most especially when signed, of Woodrow Wilson's official announcement of the end of World War I. The Allies' armistice terms were first presented to German negotiators on 8 November 1918; alarmed at the severity of the terms the Germans lodged formal protests before reluctantly signing revised terms at 5 A.M. on 11 November; the armistice was to come into effect six hours later, at 11 A.M. President Wilson shortly afterwards announced details of the armistice to Congress in this speech which also outlines the terms of the armistice: "The war thus comes to an end; for, having accepted these terms of armistice, it will be impossible for the German command to renew it. It is not now possible to assess the consequences of this great consummation. We know only that this tragical war, whose consuming flames swept from one nation to another until all the world was on fire, is at an end and that it was the privilege of our own people to enter it at its most critical juncture in such fashion and in such force as to contribute in a way of which we are all deeply proud to the great result. We know, too, that the object of the war is attained; the object upon which all free men had set their hearts; and attained with a sweeping completeness which even now we do not realize. Armed imperialism such as the men conceived who were but yesterday the masters of Germany is at an end, its illicit ambitions engulfed in black disaster.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Genera Insectorum

      We have several issues between Fasc. 172b-219 (last publ.) and there are some sub-nos. and supplements (All between: 1918-1970). Publ. by Wytsman. Folio with numerous fine plates. In original issues.* Not a complete set, several fascicles lacking and several probably never published, but this is very difficult to establish. A full listing of what is in the collection can be made. Next to Junk's Coleopterorum and Lepidopterorum Catalogue, one of the main entomological catalogues.(Postage on this item might be more than indicated, please inquire)

      [Bookseller: Dieter Schierenberg bv]
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      Shanghai:: Kelly and Walsh,, 1918. First Edition. Near Fine. A Near Fine hardback First Edition First Printing bound in cloth spine and printed paper covered boards. Complete with six folding maps printed in black and red and 6 black and white photographs as issued. Sm. 8vo. 45 pp. + Ads. Scarce and in superior condition.

      [Bookseller: By The Book, LC ABAA-ILAB]
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        Catalogue des tableaux, pastels et dessins par Edgar Degas et provenant de son atelier

      Paris: Galerie Georges Petit, 1918-1919. 4 volumes, octavo. (10 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches). Titles in red and black. Illustrated throughout, volume IV extra-illustrated with a loosely inserted ticket to the private view of the fourth sale on 30th June 1919 (pp.283/4 in vol.III torn with loss at inner corner). Original tan wrappers, titled on upper covers, sympathetically rebacked with paper, one rear wrapper renewed. A complete set of the original edition of the Degas studio sale. Degas had died in 1917, and in a series of four sales, starting in May 1918 and ending in July 1919, the contents of his atelier was sold in a total of 1,523 lots. The work was catalogued according to type: paintings in oil; drawings; pastels and watercolours; and prints, with short bursts of each type in lotted rotation. Freitag 2159.

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        Exiles. A Play in Three Acts

      London: Grant Richards Ltd.,, 1918. Octavo. Original green cloth backed boards, green paper to sides, printed paper title labels to spine and upper board. Ownership inscription. Spine rolled, light rubbing to corners, spine label tanned. a very good copy. First edition, first impression.

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        Tanglewood Tales by Nathanial Hawthorne

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1918]. Hardcover. Three quarter vellum and boards. Very good./No Dust Jacket. 245 pages. 29 x 22 1/2 cm. Limited edition, copy 196 of 500 signed by Edmund Dulac. Title page printed on vellum with fourteen color plates mounted on vellum (issued without tissue guards) which is blind stamped to create a border around plates, and printed in green letterpress. "Issued in a wartime binding of half white vellum and board papered with grey, white vellum corners, spine stamped with gilt lettering and design. White end paper, printed all over in green with Dulac design of centaur archers and eye-like symbols. Fore-edges untrimmed." [see: HUGHEY 51.] Bookplate and owner stamp, board portion of covers shelf-worn, backstrip slightly darkened, minor soiling.

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        Tanglewood Tales

      Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition. Illustrator: Edmund Dulac. Signed by Illustrator. Half vellum over paper boards, a few scuffs to paper boards, light bumping to corners, scattered light foxing, browning and light wear to page edges. 14 tipped in color illustrations, bright and attractive - some of Dulac's finer work. Signed at the limitation by Dulac. Size: Quarto (4to). Illustrator: Edmund Dulac. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Myths, Legends & Folklore; Signed by Illustrator. Inventory No: 043589. .

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        A Portrait of the Arist as a Young Man

      London: The Egoist, Ltd., 1918 First English edition of the author's first book, printed on English sheets. One of 1,000 copies printed. A near fine copy, in the publisher's dark green cloth, with a slightly dimmed spine, some wear to the spine head, minor wear to the spine tail, with some discoloration on the front and back end papers, otherwise clean pages. "Portrait" is virtually a complete rewrite of Joyce's abandoned novel, Stephen Hero. Slocum & Cahoon A13.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. As New.

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        Portraits et paysages.

      S.n. 1918 - - S.n., S.l. _1918, 23,5x32cm, agrafé. - Manuscrit autographe, de 24 pages, définitif et complet rédigé par l'auteur sur un cahier de 48 pages et qu'il offrît à l'un de ses amis. Envoi autographe daté du 29 Janvier 1919 et signé de l'auteur sur le premier plat en guise de présent à cet ami. Ce recueil parût précédemment chez Rieder & Cie en 1918. L'on joint des coupures de presse ainsi que 4 lettres autographes signées de l'auteur et adressées au même dont 2 alors que le dédicataire était dans les tranchées. Bel ensemble. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Les Jockeys camouflés, trois poèmes par Monsieur Pierre Reverdy agrémentés de cinq dessins inédits de Monsieur Henri Matisse

      Paris: A la belle édition (François Bernouard), 1918. Livre. Illus. by Henri Matisse. Très bon. Demi-cuir. Dédicacé par l'auteur. Ed. originale. Paris, A la belle édition (François Bernouard), 1918. 25 x 22,5 cm, grand in-8, 25 ff. n. ch., y compris une planche double et trois autres, illustrées en noir, hors texte, bradel de demi chagrin noir, plats de plexiglas, titre à la chinoise en blanc cassé au dos, étui, couvertures conservées (reliure moderne signée de Bernard Bichon). Edition originale et premier tirage, avec le texte en trois couleurs. L'un des 300 exemplaires théoriquement sur vergé d'Arches (n° 285) mais fait en réalité de feuillets de papiers divers (vélin d'Arches, vergé d'Arches, vergé d'Annonay, vergé M.L.C., ainsi qu'un autre papier vélin non identifié). Le reste du tirage annoncé est de 17 Japon et 26 hors commerce "faits avec les feuilles cassées", soit, comme ici, des défets. Ce premier tirage rendit furieux Reverdy et Matisse, en raison de l'emploi de la couleur pour la typographie des poèmes (vert pour "Les jockeys mécaniques", orange pour "Autres jockeys alcooliques" et bleu pour "Piéton") et ils imposèrent à Bernouard de réaliser un second tirage, celui-ci entièrement en noir. Il semble qu'en 1947 l'ire de Reverdy se soit apaisée, puisque notre exemplaire comporte un amical ENVOI autographe signé et daté de celui-ci à René Bertelé, l'éditeur de Jacques Prévert. Rare avec envoi et plus recherché en couleurs qu'en noir. Très bel exemplaire, agréablement relié. (MONOD, 9682).

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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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      Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co, 1918. First edition. 8 illustrations by J. Allen St. John. 8vo, original green cloth lettered in gilt on spine and cover. [v], 350, [4] ads. A very good copy In this Tarzan adventure our jungle hero is involved in the recovery of a rare Arabian Gem. An early Tarzan story published before Burroughs moved to his own publishing house in California.

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        The North West Company

      University of California Press, Berkeley, California - 1918, 1st Edition. (Hardcover) Very good, no dust jacket. xi,349pp. Octavo in original gilt lettered blue cloth with 5 folding maps (including frontispiece) from facsimiles with facsimile notes on verso of Map 4. Mylar cover. Decorative bookplate on front free endpaper. Peel 3 - 4384. Ph.D thesis in History at University of California, Berkeley, May 1916, of the North West Company by historian Charles Gordon Davidson (1884-1922). A standard work. Series: Univ. of California Pub. in HistoryVII. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE CRIMES OF GERMANY : With Certain Illustrations

      New York : American Defense Society, 1918 Book. Illus. by Jean Gabrial Domergue. Good. Soft Cover as Only Issued. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 1st. and only edition by the ADS 1918, Soft cover in green stiff paper wraps, 188 page book with 23 full page one sided black & white drawings by Domergue of war crimes . This is NOT the hardcover later reprinting or the print on demand copy but the original soft cover printing a very scarce book on the war crimes of Germany in the First World War by the American Defense Society of New York City 1918. Condition : Good with tape repair on the front cover edge rubs and ware with dog ears and creasing, chipping at the head and foot of spine.This copy has a damp stain on the back cover and light water staining and waving to the pages. ( see the images ) .

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        Zürich. Mappe mit 48 Original-Lithographien [Lithographs from Swiss Artists - Otto Baumberg, Fritz-Friedrich Boscovits, Albert Hoppler, E. E. Schlatter and Edward Stiefel.]

      Graph. Anstalt J. E. Wolfensberger in Zurich 1918 - Very good+. Art porfolio in silk covered binding, embellished with Zurich city coat of arms in gilt. Folder style inner flaps (one of which has been torn across much of the width and repaired). Contains - loose within; dedication leaf, table of contents and 48 plates of original lithographs from some of the most up and coming artists of the day. The most beautiful views and places in Zurich from the best trained artists of the city of that time. Diese Mappe Wurde in 500 Nummerierten Exemplaren Hergestellt 1-500. No 431. [This portfolio is limited to an edition of 500 copies of which this is No. 431]. Presentation copy from Zurich City to The Right Hon. The Viscount Leverhulme. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Tale of Johnny Town Mouse author of the Tale of Peter Rabbit &c

      London: Warne, [1918]. First edition. Green paper covered boards with colour picture pasted on front cover, Darker green lettering on cover and spine.. Cover and spine slightly age darkened, 3cm split on lower rear joint, otherwise a very good copy. pp. 85. Colour illustrations throughout, illustrated endpapers Second issue of the 1st edition with 'N' in London on the title page

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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.

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      London: William Heinemann, 1918. ONE OF 765 COPIES SIGNED BY RACKHAM (this is copy #369). Hardcover. 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.

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        The Springtide of Life. Poems of Childhood by Algernon Charles Swinburne

      London: William Heinemann. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 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.

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        Affaire Bola-Pacha, 68 Croquis d'Audience par Sem

      1918. Sem [Gorsat (Goursat), Georges (1863-1934)]. Affaire Bola-Pacha: 68 Croquis d'Audience par Sem. [Paris: S.n., c. 1918]. 68 lithographic images on 24 sheets and a sheet of captions in a printed wrapper housed in a printed folder. 12-1/2" x 10." From a signed edition of 300 on Arches paper, this number 283. Light soiling and edgewear to outer folder, a few minor tears along fold lines, short minor tear to spine of inner folder, light stain to caption sheet, plates fine. * The Bolo Pasha affair involved a French traitor, Paul Bolo, who convinced the Egyptian Khedive (Viceroy), Abbas Hilmi, to sponsor an anti-war movement in France through the press using from German sources. (Granted the title Pasha by the Khedive, Bolo renamed himself Bolo Pasha.) Convicted of treason, he was executed by a firing squad in April 1918. Sem's caricatures portray the judge, defendant, witnesses and judges at various points in the trial. Gorsat, or Goursat, was a French caricaturist and illustrator active from the late nineteenth century to 1934. His lasting fame rests on his depictions of French ruling class and French high society during the Belle Epoque. He was a regular contributor to the leading French periodicals, produced albums of caricatures depicting current events and social life and designed several path-breaking advertisements. His work is highly esteemed today.

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        Ranglisten des Kaiserlichen und Königlichen Heeres, 1918: Abgeschlossen mit Personalverordnungsblatt Nr 40/18, teilweise bis Personalverordnungsblatt Nr. 77 Berichtigt

      Wien: K. K. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei. 1918. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1918. German text. 2286 pp. Hardcover, thick 4to. Cloth-backed boards with the possibly original cloth spine. Previous owner's bookplate on the front pastedown. Clean contents. About two-dozen stiff tabs on foredge text- block. Appears to be a list of soldiers who fought for the Central Powers (or just the Austro-Hungarian Empire) in WWI. RARE. OCLC locates only 2 copies. Digital images available upon request.

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        Springtide of Life, The

      1918. first edition. Signed Limited Edition in the Original Glassine WrapperRACKHAM, 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.

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        Instructions for the Care and Operation of Model A-I-E Hispano-Suiza Aeronautical Engines. Birkigt Patents. Instruction Book, November 1918. Series No. 7A

      New Brunswick, NJ: Wright-Martin Aircraft Corporation. Fair with no dust jacket. 1918. Hardcover. Cracked hinges, sound binding. Clean but age-darkened pages. Cloth over boards is heavily soiled with edge rubbing, bumped corners. Gilt lettering on front is still bright. Fold-out diagrams are generally in good condition except for Plate 28, Oil Circulation System, which is torn along some creases and which also has several closed tears. ; Rare operating manual for an important engine in early aviation. The Hispano-Suiza played an important role in air warfare in World War I, which was ongoing at the time of publication. Illustrated with black and white diagram drawings, some in two-color, and black and white photographic reproductions throughout. Section on World War I flying Aces whose aircraft were powered by the Hispano-Suiza engine. ; 7.75" tall; 240 pages .

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        We Moderns: Enigmas and Guesses

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd.,, 1918. Octavo. Original blue pebble-grain cloth, printed paper label to spine. With the dust jacket. Very lightly rubbed at extremities. An excellent copy in the rubbed jacket with a few marks to the upper panel and nicks to the ends of the spine panel. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by Moore on the front free endpaper, "To Mrs. Stobo from Edward Moore in memory of many charming hours. 31st May, 1918".

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