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         IL PROCESSO DI GESU

      G. C. SANSONI, FIRENZE 1904 - ITALIANO Presenti due macchie di umidità al piatto anteriore; copertina priva di titoli ed autore. Dorso stanco, con lievi increspature e lieve usura alla parte inferiore; qui presenti titolo ed autore. Tagli ingialliti ed irregolari. Pagine lisce, fruibili, stampa nitida. Aloni di becche alle pagine 107, 108, 109. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,99 euro.

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         The Blue Grass Cook Book

      New York: Fox, Duffield & Company, 1904. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. xlii, 350pp.. Original bluish-gray buckram with navy lettering. Very Good without jacket, cloth edge-rubbed and lightly stained. A few small stains on fore edge and margins. Original recipes of former owner, a Mrs. C.A. Buchanan, written neatly in ink on endpapers, dated Sept. 8 1909; one for "Mustard Pickles" borrowed from a Mrs. J.W. Hart on front flyleaf and verso, and recipes for "Brown Cake," "Holland Milk Herring - 'Pickled,'" and "Caramel Cake" on rear endsheets-- a nice bonus! A well-loved Kentucky African-American cookbook illustrated with black-and-white photos by Alvin Langdon Coburn.

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         Stanfords London Atlas of Universal Geography exhibiting the Physical and Political Divisions of the Various Countries of the World

      Third and best edition, revised and enlarged. Elephant folio. (vi), 29pp. index; 110 coloured maps (94 double page). Original half dark brown morocco over maroon pebble-grain cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Slight wear to spine and corners, joints tender, front joint split at tail. Interior fine. London : Edward Stanford, 

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         Orthodontia and Orthopaedia of the Face.

      Philadelphia and London, J.B. Lippincott Company, 1904, 8, 517, (1) pp., 760 Abb., 44 Tafel, Leinenband d.Ut. First Edition - "Jackson was one of the early advocates of continuous pressure"!"In 1887 before the New York Odontological Society, Victor Hugo Jackson (1850-1929) presented a simple device for the regulation of teeth, which he termed a crib. Although he had used other apparatus prior to this time, and applications in design had been used, this term is now associated with D. Jackson's name and that type of appliance has become known as the Jackson crib.The "crib" is designed as an anchorage attachment for plates of various kinds, "this anchorage was gained by extending a spring wire on the lingual and labial sides of the teeth near the gums in some cases including all of the teeth, in others only a part of the arch the spring in the labial and lingual sides was connected by passing wires over the arch at the junction of the teeth. Later I (Jackson) devised the Jackson System. The anchorage is secured by spring-clasp attachments and partial-claps supporting the base-wire, to which any form of spring can be added". (Preface of the Orthodontia and orthopaedia of the Fac. (1904). In appearance Jackson's crib resembles the devices of Dealabarre, Schange, Evans, Lachaise and Atkinson, although these were used principally to open the bite.The following are the Claims made of the system. 1. Ease of construction and alteration. 2. Firm anchorage. 3. Occupation of little space in the mouth. 4. Cleanliness.Jackson was one of the early advocates of continuous pressure in preference to intermittent force as brought forth by Farrar.""In 1904 Dr. Jackson brought all of his material that had been published in various journals together and published his book entitled: Orthodontia and Orthopaedia of the Face." B.W. Weinberger, Orthodontics, an historical review of its origin and evolution, II (1926), pp.720-736"1887 - 1890: Erste gelötete Drahtapparaturen finden wir bei Victor Hugo Jackson, der Halte-, Verbindungs - und Drahtelemente durch massive Zinnblöcke verbindet, und sie als sog. "Crib" (Krippe) bezeichnet. Diese Geräte baut er selbst allmählich zu einem Universalgerät aus, welches später u.a. durch George B. Crozat (um 1919/1920) wieder aufgegriffen und in zierlicherer Form vervollkommnet wird." Frank Möller, Geschichte der Kieferorthopädie

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         Histoires naturelles. Dessins de P. Bonnard.

      - Paris, Ernest Flammarion (Impr. Hemmerlé), (1904). In-12, 346 pp., broché, couverture illustrée en couleurs (infimes manques à la coiffe inférieure, couverture un peu jaunie). Premier tirage des 67 compositions en noir de Bonnard. Agréable exemplaire. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). *** Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** Langue : Français

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         Card signed in ink: "Mary Cassatt"

      n.p., 1904. 1 vols. 4 x 5 inches. Fine condition. 1 vols. 4 x 5 inches. Foremost 19th Century Woman Painter. Mary Cassatt (1844-1926), was born in Pittsburgh and in 1868 settled in Paris to study art, where she fell under the influence of Courbet, Manet and Degas, who invited her to exhibit with the Impressionists, which she did in 1879, 1880, 1881 and 1886. Degas became a close friend, and portrayed her on several occasions; she bought Impressionist paintings for herself and her family, and tried to get other Americans to do so. In addition to her notable oils, depicting the theme of mother and child with tenderness but not sentimentality, she made several fine, colored etchings, intending to make original works available at reasonable prices. Her work influenced Bonnard and Vuillard, and is represented in important collections in the U.S. and abroad.

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         In The CLOSED ROOM

      McClure, Phillips & Co, New York 1904 - [6], 129, [1] pp. Frontispiece and 7 inserted plates, with color drawings by Jesse Wilcox Smith. 8vo. Provenance:  From the collection of George Albert Zabriskie, "a native of New York City, who was a prominent collector of art, books and manuscripts, as well as an enthusiastic supporter of many social causes and movements. He was a Grolier Club member, the Chairman of the membership committee of the Museum of the City of New York, President of the New York Sons of the Revolution and of the New York Historical Society, and a member of the American Antiquarian Society.".    Spine a bit sun-tanned. Rubs to extremities & joints. Bookplate of George Zabriskie (with his marginal inscription presenting the book to Georgia Hexter, dated 9/37). Very Good. Bespoke full green morocco binding with elaborate gilt decorations, & red heart inlays to the four corners of each board. TEG. Gilt dentelles [with "GAZ" gilt stamped to lower portion of inner front board turn-in]. Red patterned paper eps [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         New Land. Four Years in the Arctic Regions.

      London, Longmans, Green, and Co., 1904. 8vo. 2 vols. Original blue cloth, image of huskies on the ice next to the Fram blocked in white gold [?] to upper covers, lettered in silver; pp. xvi, 496; xii, 504; numerous illustrations from photographs, 3 folding maps including 2 in pocket at rear of volume II; very slight rubbing to bindings, front endpapers replaced, many gatherings still unopened, very few roughly opened, embrowning to first and last leaf of each volume, as usual (hence the earlier removal of endpapers), a very good set; provenance: each volume with inscription To Carl from AWH 1923, typed onwnership label C.S. Hansen No. 32 on front paste-downs. First English edition, translated from the original Norwegian. The second Fram expedition under Sverdrup as leader lasted from 1898-1902. Thwarted in his attempt to advance on the North Pole through Smith Sound, Sverdrup wintered initially in the area West of Ellesmere Island. Over the next 3 years, the expedition sent out sledging parties, which were successful in exploring the area - their main achievement was the discovery of the Sverdrup Islands. Arctic Bibliography 17322.

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         In Unknown Africa. A Narrative of Twenty Months Travel and Sport in Unknown Lands and among New Tribes.

      London: Hurst and Blackett, Limited, 1904 - Octavo. Original dark green cloth, titles and vignettes to spine and front cover gilt, top edge gilt. Foxing to edges and prelims, maps spotted and offset, the very occasional spot to text. A very good copy. 2 colour plates of giraffes, approximately 200 half-tone photographs to the text, many full-page, 2 folding maps. First edition, scarce variant binding, other copies noted in blue cloth with the front cover lettered and decorated in black rather than gilt. Following a successful hunting trip in Abyssinia, Powell-Cotton (1866-1940) travelled to British East Africa in 1902 in order to find a specimen of a five-horned giraffe recently discovered by Sir Harry Johnston. He pursued impala, rhinoceros and lion on the Athi River, crossed the Tana and lived among the Kikuyu, successfully hunting elephant, then collecting trophy kudu and lion on the Baringo plain. He eventually found a five-horned giraffe on the outskirts of Masai territory. Reviewing the work in the Geographical Journal, Harry Johnston praised its descriptions and photographs of big game as well noting that "from a geographical point of view also Major Powell-Cotton's journey is a remarkable one. He covered a little new ground north of the explorations made by Macdonald and Austin, and south and west of the journeys of Wellby and Donaldson-Smith". Czech p. 226. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         La maison Philibert

      - Librairie universelle, Paris 1904, 14,5x20cm, relié sous étui. - Prima edizione, una delle 25 copie numerate su cui formare e justifés numerate dal curatore, solo le carte. Vincolante in marocco bordeaux, colonna vertebrale con cinque nervi decorato con cartucce dorate quadrupla e una striscia verde di marocco acqua, dorato rotelle data coda dorati sulle calotte, inquadrando reti dorate quadrupla e una striscia di marocco verde acqua sulle stoviglie, guardie e contreplats seta scintillanti verde acqua, la gestione di una striscia di cuoio verde acqua e rete d'oro sulle guardie e contreplats, copertine illustrate da Manuel Orazi e indietro conservato, tutti i bordi dorati, caso rivestito con carta bordeaux marocco e piatti realizzati all'interno bordeaux panno, superba legata in piena marocco firmato Devauchelle. Libro illustrato con 136 disegni e inserti in nero e colori di Georges Bottini. Molto bella copia perfettamente stabilita in un raccoglitore in pieno il Marocco hanno firmato Devauchelle. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 25 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé à la forme numérotés et justifés par l'éditeur, seuls grands papiers. Reliure en plein maroquin bordeaux, dos à cinq nerfs orné de quadruples cartouches dorés et d'un listel de maroquin vert d'eau, date dorée en queue, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, encadrement de quadruples filets dorés et d'un listel de maroquin vert d'eau sur les plats, gardes et contreplats de soie moirée vert d'eau, encadrement d'un listel de maroquin vert d'eau et d'un filet doré sur les gardes et les contreplats, couvertures illustrées par Manuel Orazi et dos conservés, toutes tranches dorées, étui bordé de maroquin bordeaux et plats de papier à la cuve, intérieur de feutrine bordeaux, superbe reliure en plein maroquin signée de Devauchelle. Ouvrage illustré de 136 dessins in et hors-texte en noir et en couleurs de Georges Bottini. Ex-libris encollé sur une garde. Très bel exemplaire parfaitement établi dans une reliure en plein maroquin signée de Devauchelle.  

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         Poems

      Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons 1904 - 8vo., green cloth lettered in gilt with ornate gilt cover design; slightly soiled. First edition, first printing. A lovely copy signed by Noyes on the half-title page. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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         Drinks As They Are Mixed

      Chicago: Frederick J. Drake and Company, 1904. A Manual of Quick Reference Containing Upwards of 300 Recipes for Mixing and Serving Drinks. An Invaluable Companion to All Who Are Engaged in the Liquor Business. Including Toasts and Sentiments for all Occasions Tall duodecimo. Original red cloth boards with titles and illustrative decoration printed to front board in black, all edges red. Illustrations in the text. Spine rolled, inner hinges are weak, mild rubbing to boards. A very good copy of this fragile title. First edition, first printing. An early vest pocket bartender's guide. The text is enlivened with comical illustrations provided with the "courtesy and affability" of the Heublein corporation. After the many recipes, Lowe has included a "Heart to Heart Talk With Bar Men, by the author of this little work, whose locks have been whitened by the shaved ice and powdered sugar of many a sweltering summer", which constitutes a lengthy and witty discourse on the practice and politics of bar-keeping, complete with a list of all the drinks, goods, glassware and tools required for a first class bar. The final 13 pages print an anthology of Toasts and Sentiments, ranging from Omar Khayyam, through Byron ("Let us have wine, women and laughter, / Sermons and soda water the day after."), a Toast to the Prohibitionist, ("Here's to our countryman, exceedingly pious; / He can't swallow straight goods; his mouth's cut on bias."), to "The Moneyless Man" by Henry Throop Stanton (1834-99: described here as "the greatest American poet"), omitting the consoling Christianity of the final verse. In 1909, Paul E. Lowe expanded this production, and it was published by David McKay, Philaldelphia, under the title, "Drinks: How to Mix and How to Serve: the latest vest pocket guide for quick reference, containing over 350 formulas..." Though this is the title under which Lowe's recipes became better known, this is a superb first edition copy of the book in its original form, and is extremely scarce, with OCLC listing only three copies: one in the Shields Library at Davis, California, Virginia Tech and Wofford College in South Carolina.

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         AUTOUR DU COEUR. NIUVELLE ÉDITION AUGMENTÉE DE PENSÉES INÉDITES. ILLUSTRATIONS DE MADELEINE LEMAIRE

      Gazette des Beaux Arts, Paris 1904 - Materia: Encuadernación artística. Marius Michel. Ediciones limitadas. Publicación: Paris; Gacette des Beaux Arts, 1904. Descripción física: Cuarto (23 cm.) Anteportada, portada, 92 p.Todas las páginas con decoración floral en Azul, verde, malva, y amarillo. Encuadernación: Tafilete de grano largo color habana, dos mosaicos con motivo vegetal en ambos planos, lomo con nervios, contra planos con doble filete dorado e incrustación en seda verde, guardas en seda verde y contra guardas en papel de aguas, cabeza y cortes dorados. Firmada Marius Michel. Notas: Tirada limitada de 200 ejemplares. (Ejemplar nº 95) Marius Michel, Henri. Encuadernador francés (1864 ? 1925), con taller en París. Su trabajo como copista en el taller de su padre no le satisfacía y reaccionó contra el pulido, las técnicas tradicionales del marroquín, los papeles de peines, las copias de decoraciones hechas cincuenta años atrás y, en general contra todo aquello que paralizara la evolución de la encuadernación de arte. Marius Michel introdujo el lenguaje modernista vegetal en las decoraciones de las encuadernaciones, en la que se reflejaba ese fenómeno de ósmosis con la naturaleza propia del art nouveau. Creó decoraciones basadas en la utilización hábil de una flor ornamental acompañada, en algunas ocasiones, de un emblema discreto. Se trata de una flor interpretada para cada libro. Por primera vez, estableció la necesidad de armonía entre la decoración de la encuadernación y el alma del libro así como la obligación de rechazar todo tipo de copia o pastiche. Consagrado en la Exposición Universal de París de 1900, reunió en su taller a los mejores profesionales del momento, entre los que destacaba Georges Cretté. Conservación: Buen estado, ligeros roces en la encuadernación. RSS1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         MISS KILMANSEGG AND HER PRECIOUS LEG

      Campden, Gloucestershire: Essex House Press, 1904. No. 108 OF 200 COPIES on paper (and four on vellum). This cautionary tale of a wealthy woman's fatal love of gold was printed and bound in the best traditions of the socialist Arts & Crafts Movement. Our handsome American binding is by Sterling Lord, who had previously studied bindings at Roycroft, the New York Arts & Crafts community, before forming the Oakwood Bindery with fellow Roycroft artisan Peter Franck. Bindings from Oakwood are very seldom encountered and are quite rare in the perfect condition seen here. C. R. Ashbee founded the Essex House Press in 1898 by purchasing the presses and other production equipment (though not the type) formerly owned by the Kelmscott Press, which had shut down at the death of William Morris. Essex House books were printed for 12 years, with vellum, ink, and paper identical to that used by Kelmscott, in an effort to carry on the tradition Morris had established. But the Essex House Press, because it was conceived of and continued as part of a larger enterprise involving various artisans at work in a group of workshops, always had its own special identity, a fact which Cave reflects when he calls it the "Arts and Crafts 'par excellence.'" The title character in "Miss Kilmansegg" is a spoiled and silly banker's daughter, who is so fond of gold that she demands an artificial leg made from the precious metal after losing a limb in a riding accident. Her fondness for flaunting her riches attracted the wrong sort of husband, a con man posing as an aristocrat, who ran through her fortune, and then ran off with her leg. It is the work of English poet and humorist Thomas Hood (1799-1845), whose work regularly appeared in "The London Magazine," the "Athenaeum," and "Punch.". 220 x 150 mm. (8 3/8 x 5 7/8"). 1 p.l. (title), 94 pp., [1] leaf (colophon). No. 108 OF 200 COPIES on paper (and four on vellum). VERY APPEALING GRAY-GREEN CRUSHED MOROCCO BY THE OAKWOOD BINDERY (stamp-signed on rear turn-in, their ticket on rear flyleaf), covers divided into three panels by gilt rules, narrower center panel in the form of a column formed by multiple gilt rules, with Roycroft-style roses at corners, that on front cover with gilt lettering above and below a curling vine, raised bands, spine simply tooled in gilt, gilt titling, gilt-ruled turn-ins, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. In the original (?) cloth-backed gray drop-back box lined with felt. With three full-page woodcuts by Reginald Savage. Franklin, p. 200; Ransom, p. 267. A PRISTINE VOLUME inside and out. This cautionary tale of a wealthy woman's fatal love of gold was printed and bound in the best traditions of the socialist Arts & Crafts Movement. Our handsome American binding is by Sterling Lord, who had previously studied bindings at Roycroft, the New York Arts & Crafts community, before forming the Oakwood Bindery with fellow Roycroft artisan Peter Franck. Bindings from Oakwood are very seldom encountered and are quite rare in the perfect condition seen here. C. R. Ashbee founded the Essex House Press in 1898 by purchasing the presses and other production equipment (though not the type) formerly owned by the Kelmscott Press, which had shut down at the death of William Morris. Essex House books were printed for 12 years, with vellum, ink, and paper identical to that used by Kelmscott, in an effort to carry on the tradition Morris had established. But the Essex House Press, because it was conceived of and continued as part of a larger enterprise involving various artisans at work in a group of workshops, always had its own special identity, a fact which Cave reflects when he calls it the "Arts and Crafts 'par excellence.'" The title character in "Miss Kilmansegg" is a spoiled and silly banker's daughter, who is so fond of gold that she demands an artificial leg made from the precious metal after losing a limb in a riding accident. Her fondness for flaunting her riches attracted the wrong sort of husband, a con man posing as an aristocrat, who ran through her fortune, and then ran off with her leg. It is the work of English poet and humorist Thomas Hood (1799-1845), whose work regularly appeared in "The London Magazine," the "Athenaeum," and "Punch."

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         ALEXANDER'S FEAST, OR, THE POWER OF MUSIC

      [London]: Essex House Press, 1904. No. 7 OF 140 COPIES (all of them printed) ON VELLUM. Generally considered to be the best example in English of the choric hymn, the present work is set at a feast given by Alexander the Great, who finds himself entranced by the poet and lyrist Timotheus. The great leader is lost in reveries of exploit and victory, sighs and cries over battles lost and warriors slain, and finds inspiration for new conquests. This book is the 11th from the Essex House series of 14 "Great Poems in the English Language," issued between 1900 and 1905. The illustrator here, Reginald Savage (fl. 1886-1904), is deemed by Houfe "a talented and imaginative designer and woodcut artist," and Houfe notes that he was also commended by his fellow illustrator, Walter Crane (1845-1915), for his "weird designs.". 195 x 131 mm. (7 3/4 x 5 1/8"). [1] p.l. (frontispiece), 3-11, [2] pp. No. 7 OF 140 COPIES (all of them printed) ON VELLUM. Original stiff vellum over thin boards, front cover with embossed rose design. In brown cloth chemise and morocco-backed slipcase with gilt spine. Hand-colored woodcut frontispiece and final tailpiece, both by Reginald Savage, hand-painted initials in gold, red, blue, or green. Printed in black and red. Tomkinson, p. 76; Ransom, p. 268; Franklin, p. 200. AN ESPECIALLY FINE COPY, clean, bright, and free of the splaying that almost always afflicts the boards. Generally considered to be the best example in English of the choric hymn, the present work is set at a feast given by Alexander the Great, who finds himself entranced by the poet and lyrist Timotheus. The great leader is lost in reveries of exploit and victory, sighs and cries over battles lost and warriors slain, and finds inspiration for new conquests. This book is the 11th from the Essex House series of 14 "Great Poems in the English Language," issued between 1900 and 1905. The illustrator here, Reginald Savage (fl. 1886-1904), is deemed by Houfe "a talented and imaginative designer and woodcut artist," and Houfe notes that he was also commended by his fellow illustrator, Walter Crane (1845-1915), for his "weird designs."

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         Drawing - Abraham Walkowitz

      1904 - Wash drawing, measuring 12 by 7 inches, of a woman dressed in slacks, sweater, hat, and scarf, with arms folded and eyes down-cast; signed in pencil "A. Walkowitz 1904"; two small tears not affecting drawing; professionally matted and framed. A striking piece. Shipping extra [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         William Tell Told Again

      Adam and Charles Black, London 1904 - Lovely copy of this deluxe edition of the book. Mainly cream, decorative cloth boards with vignette featuring William Tell approaching his house and family on front. Some foxing to prelims but otherwise sound. Some edge wear at spine but nothing at all severe; sun discoloration of spine. Gilt title lettering clear. In all a very collectable copy of this scarce edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Orthodontia and Orthopaedia of the Face.

      - Philadelphia and London, J.B. Lippincott Company, 1904, 8°, 517, (1) pp., 760 Abb., 44 Tafel, Leinenband d.Ut. First Edition - "Jackson was one of the early advocates of continuous pressure"! "In 1887 before the New York Odontological Society, Victor Hugo Jackson (1850-1929) presented a simple device for the regulation of teeth, which he termed a crib. Although he had used other apparatus prior to this time, and applications in design had been used, this term is now associated with D. Jackson's name and that type of appliance has become known as the Jackson crib. The "crib" is designed as an anchorage attachment for plates of various kinds, "this anchorage was gained by extending a spring wire on the lingual and labial sides of the teeth near the gums in some cases including all of the teeth, in others only a part of the arch; the spring in the labial and lingual sides was connected by passing wires over the arch at the junction of the teeth. Later I (Jackson) devised the Jackson System. The anchorage is secured by spring-clasp attachments and partial-claps supporting the base-wire, to which any form of spring can be added". (Preface of the Orthodontia and orthopaedia of the Fac. (1904). In appearance Jackson's crib resembles the devices of Dealabarre, Schange, Evans, Lachaise and Atkinson, although these were used principally to open the bite. The following are the Claims made of the system. 1. Ease of construction and alteration. 2. Firm anchorage. 3. Occupation of little space in the mouth. 4. Cleanliness. Jackson was one of the early advocates of continuous pressure in preference to intermittent force as brought forth by Farrar." "In 1904 Dr. Jackson brought all of his material that had been published in various journals together and published his book entitled: Orthodontia and Orthopaedia of the Face." B.W. Weinberger, Orthodontics, an historical review of its origin and evolution, II (1926), pp.720-736 "1887 - 1890: Erste gelötete Drahtapparaturen finden wir bei Victor Hugo Jackson, der Halte-, Verbindungs - und Drahtelemente durch massive Zinnblöcke verbindet, und sie als sog. "Crib" (Krippe) bezeichnet. Diese Geräte baut er selbst allmählich zu einem Universalgerät aus, welches später u.a. durch George B. Crozat (um 1919/1920) wieder aufgegriffen und in zierlicherer Form vervollkommnet wird." Frank Möller, Geschichte der Kieferorthopädie [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre lithographié de Honoré Daumier.

      Orrouy, Oise, France: Chez Hazard, 1904.(). 4to. 841 pp. Number 328 of 800 copies printed. Nicely rebound in brown quarter cloth and marbled boards. Near fine.

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         Le Roi Soleil

      Paris, Ancienne Librairie Furne, 1904. - 1 vol. in-folio, en plein maroquin miel, orné d’une importante composition aux petits fers, formée d’un jeu de filets droits dorés placés en diamant, de façon à créer un effet de trompe-l’œil ; dos à 5 nerfs, caissons richement ornées de filets droits ; importante dentelle intérieure ornées de petits fers, fleurs de lys et fleurons. Intégralement monté sur onglets, couverture et dos conservés. Daté en queue 1904, signé « Engel ». Illustré de compositions de Leloir qui, pour cette publication, a utilisé la technique de la gravure en couleur au pochoir, imitant à la perfection l’aspect de l’aquarelle. Il est à noter l’audace de la disposition typographique de l’ouvrage, en encadrement des dessins ou pénétrant dans l’image même. Couverture et dos conservés, état exceptionnel. Un des 50 exemplaires sur japon nacré, dans une éblouissante reliure. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Under the Hill and Other Essays in Prose and Verse …

      London & New York: John Lane, 1904. First edition. Frontispiece portrait after photograph of Beardsley at Mentone, 16 plates by Beardsley. 70, [4, ads] pp. 4to. Publisher's illustrated green cloth with gilt design by Beardsley. Light wear to extremities, sporadic heavy foxing to text. Book labels. Beardsley, Aubrey. First edition. Frontispiece portrait after photograph of Beardsley at Mentone, 16 plates by Beardsley. 70, [4, ads] pp. 4to. Gallatin pp.74-5; Lasner no. 141

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         Jewish State. [FIRST AMERICAN EDITION]

      New York, The MacCabaean Publishing Co. 1904 - 1st US edition. Period-style quarter leather over marbled boards. 8vo, xxii, 102 pages. Preface and notes by Jacob de Haas. With celebrated photographic portrait by E. M. Lilien of Herzl leaning over the balcony-rail of the Hotel Les Trois Rois, with original tissue present, Basel. "Herzl's Der Judenstaat has remained the single most important manifesto of modern Zionism and is one of the most important books in the history of the Jewish People. " See Michael Heymann, Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana-Treasures of Jewish Booklore (1994) no. 46, page 102-3. An ex-library copy sold at auction in 2014 for over $5000.00. Remnants of removed stamp and margin repairs to title page, otherwise an outstanding copy Beautifully bound in period half leather with raised bands and marbled boards. (KH-5-65) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books, LLC]
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         Dracula

      Archibald Constable & Company, London 1904 - Rubbing to spine top and tail, nick to lower edge, pinprick indentation to rear cover, lower edge rough cut. ; Nice sound copy. ; 7.25 x 5 x 1.75"; 390 pages; Navy cloth with tan art deco embossed decoration, gold titles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Drinks As They Are Mixed A Manual of Quick Reference Containing Upwards of 300 Recipes for Mixing and Serving Drinks. An Invaluable Companion to All Who Are Engaged in the Liquor Business. Including Toasts and Sentiments for all Occasions

      Chicago: Frederick J. Drake and Company 1904 - Tall duodecimo. Original red cloth boards with titles and illustrative decoration printed to front board in black, all edges red. Spine rolled, inner hinges are weak, mild rubbing to boards. A very good copy of this fragile title. Illustrations in the text. First edition, first printing. An early vest pocket bartender's guide. The text is enlivened with comical illustrations provided with the "courtesy and affability" of the Heublein corporation. After the many recipes, Lowe has included a "Heart to Heart Talk With Bar Men, by the author of this little work, whose locks have been whitened by the shaved ice and powdered sugar of many a sweltering summer", which constitutes a lengthy and witty discourse on the practice and politics of bar-keeping, complete with a list of all the drinks, goods, glassware and tools required for a first class bar. The final 13 pages print an anthology of Toasts and Sentiments, ranging from Omar Khayyam, through Byron ("Let us have wine, women and laughter, / Sermons and soda water the day after."), a Toast to the Prohibitionist, ("Here's to our countryman, exceedingly pious; / He can't swallow straight goods; his mouth's cut on bias."), to "The Moneyless Man" by Henry Throop Stanton (1834-99: described here as "the greatest American poet"), omitting the consoling Christianity of the final verse. In 1909, Paul E. Lowe expanded this production, and it was published by David McKay, Philaldelphia, under the title, "Drinks: How to Mix and How to Serve: the latest vest pocket guide for quick reference, containing over 350 formulas." Though this is the title under which Lowe's recipes became better known, this is a superb first edition copy of the book in its original form, and is extremely scarce, with OCLC listing only three copies: one in the Shields Library at Davis, California, Virginia Tech and Wofford College in South Carolina. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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         Delightful unsigned Russian group postcard photo, (1895-1918, Grand Duchess), TATIANA (1897-1918), MARIA (1899-1918), ANASTASIA(1901-1918) & ALEXEI (1904-1918, The Tsarevitch)]

      1904 - showing the children in their christening clothes, gathered around their baby brother on a sofa, 5½" x 3½", no place, n.d The verso of the card is printed with the distinctive green (usually red) marking of the special limited edition cards which were distributed by the Imperial family.

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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         Under the Hill and Other Essays in Prose and Verse ...

      London & New York: John Lane, 1904. First edition. Frontispiece portrait after photograph of Beardsley at Mentone, 16 plates by Beardsley. 70, [4, ads] pp. 4to. Publisher's illustrated green cloth with gilt design by Beardsley. Light wear to extremities, sporadic heavy foxing to text. Book labels. Beardsley, Aubrey. First edition. Frontispiece portrait after photograph of Beardsley at Mentone, 16 plates by Beardsley. 70, [4, ads] pp. 4to. Gallatin pp.74-5; Lasner no. 141

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         Geschlecht und Charakter. Eine prinzipielle Untersuchung.

      Wilhelm Braumüller, Wien - Leipzig 1904 - Zweite, mehrfach verbesserte Auflage. ExLibris eingeklebt Titel verso von Arthur Trebitsch. zahlreiche Anmerkungen im Buch sowie beiliegend Autograph 22,5x29 mittig gefaltet, beidseitig beschrieben mit Notizen von A.Trebitsch. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         The Golden Bowl

      New York: Scribner’s 1904 - Two volumes. Original tan-rose cloth. Top edge gilt. Portion of original glassine preserved, with some offsetting. A very handsome copy. Half morocco case. FIRST EDITION. PRESENTATION COPY inscribed “For Grace Edith Barnes, Henry James New York January 1st, 1905.” The recipient, Grace Edith Barnes, was the business manager, assistant, and finally executrix of American artist John La Farge. James was a close friend of the artist, who exposed the author to French novels and painted his portrait. When La Farge died in 1910, James wrote, “I think of him as one of the very small number of truly extraordinary men whom I’ve known.” Only 2000 copies were printed; there was no prior serial publication. In 1904 James called this “the best book I have ever done.” “The Golden Bowl on every page shows clarity of intention and consummation. The prose is dense, yet fluid, and the surfeit of architectural and museum-world imagery, the gathering of social and artistic materials to suggest the fabric of civilization, combined the art of realism James had learned long ago from Balzac with the old art of the fable” (Edel). The Golden Bowl is a novel of the daughter of an American millionaire who marries an impoverished European prince. Her friend has an affair with the prince and then marries her father, the millionaire. The relationships are sabotaged by money, greed, and jealousy. The Golden Bowl is generally considered to be James’s most difficult and most ambitious work. “[It] is a work unique among all his novels: it is James’s only novel in which things come out right for his characters . . . . He had finally resolved the questions, curious and passionate, hat had kept him at his desk in his inquiries into the process of living. He could now make his peace with America—and he could now collect and unify the work of a lifetime” (Edel). This is an excellent presentation copy of one of James’s greatest books. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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         Bibliografía é Historia de la Esgrima Española

      Madrid 1904 - Edición de 150 ejemplares numerados. formato 4º. 143 páginas. Con dedicatoria del autor al Marqués de Valdeiglesias [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         The Works [.] in Ten Volumes. [Stratford Town Edition, Edited by A.H. Bullen.]

      - 1907 1904 - 867/1,000 SETS printed on handmade paper watermarked with Shakespeare's crest and coat-of-arms, portrait frontispieces with tissue-guards a little browned (as often), titles printed in black and red, imperial 8vo, original maroon buckram, backstrip lettering and armorial-bearings to upper boards all gilt blocked, a couple of volumes with one corner gently knocked, top edge black, edges untrimmed, very good. The Press's raison d'être, and a very worthwhile one.

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         FLAP JACK

      - HUMPTY DUMPTY BOOK. THE FLAP JACK by Jean Archer. London: Anthony Treherne 1904. Square (3x3"), 99p. Pictorial tan cloth, soil on verso of first page of text, light cover rubbing, VG+. First edition. Printed on board pages on one side of the page, each page of text faces a charming full page color illustration by the author - 24 in all. The story is a fairy tale about a Baron, A Baroness, their son Puffin and a Rabbit. Done in the style of the Stump books, only square instead of oblong, and really wonderful. Very scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         GERMAN POPULAR STORIES Translated from the Kinder und Haus Marchen Collected by M M Grimm From oral tradition [2 volumes ]

      London: James Robins and C. Baldwyn, 1904. Limited, facsimile edition of 1823-1826 original (55 of 250 copies). small octavos in very dark brown leather covers with brown moire; 6 bands embossed spine with gold letters; VG+; boards with minimal soiling; binding strong; moire flaps; deckled, clean edges; paper and text clean; volume 1 ffep slightly foxed; vignette illustrations in brown on thick paper; pp. 240 and 256; Mr. Grimm wanted to establish a connection between the tales from England and the Teutonic, Scandinavian stories; in very good condition; shelved in Case # 13. Dupont.

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         GERMAN POPULAR STORIES. Translated from the Kinder und Haus Marchen. Collected by M.M. Grimm. From oral tradition. 2 volumes

      James Robins and C. Baldwyn, London 1904 - small octavos in very dark brown leather covers with brown moire; 6 bands embossed spine with gold letters; VG+; boards with minimal soiling; binding strong; moire flaps; deckled, clean edges; paper and text clean; volume 1 ffep slightly foxed; vignette illustrations in brown on thick paper; pp. 240 and 256; Mr. Grimm wanted to establish a connection between the tales from England and the Teutonic, Scandinavian stories; in very good condition; shelved in Case # 12. Dupont. Limited, facsimile edition of 1823-1826 original (55 of 250 copies) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Card signed in ink: "Mary Cassatt"

      n.p., 1904. 1 vols. 4 x 5 inches. Fine condition. 1 vols. 4 x 5 inches. Foremost 19th Century Woman Painter. Mary Cassatt (1844-1926), was born in Pittsburgh and in 1868 settled in Paris to study art, where she fell under the influence of Courbet, Manet and Degas, who invited her to exhibit with the Impressionists, which she did in 1879, 1880, 1881 and 1886. Degas became a close friend, and portrayed her on several occasions; she bought Impressionist paintings for herself and her family, and tried to get other Americans to do so. In addition to her notable oils, depicting the theme of mother and child with tenderness but not sentimentality, she made several fine, colored etchings, intending to make original works available at reasonable prices. Her work influenced Bonnard and Vuillard, and is represented in important collections in the U.S. and abroad.

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         Rochester's Sodom. Herausgegeben nach dem Hamburger Manuscript, mit einer Einleitung von L. S. A. M. v. RÖmer, med. docts, Arzt zu Amsterdam. Paris, Verlag von H. Welter,

      1904 - Sm. 8vo. XXIV, 58pp. Vellum, original wrappers bound in. German edition with commentary of what is generally seen as one of the most notoriously pornographic publications of English literature, written by one of the most lecherous members of the aristocracy. Only one copy of the original edition (printed c. 1720-1730), is known; that copy fetched £38,000 when sold at Sotheby's on 16 December 2004. lot 54. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
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         GANDHI OFFERS DIETARY AND HEALTH ADVICE TO JOHANNESBURG PIONEER JEWISH ESTATE AGENT J. H. ISAACS - TWO PAGE TLS 17TH AUGUST, 1904

      Johannesburg, South Africa 1904 - Two page typed letter signed ( "M.K. Gandhi" ) with two word emendation, on his business letterhead stationery, M.K. Gandhi, Attorney 21-24 Court Chambers, Corner Rissik & Anderson Streets, P.O. Box 6522, Johannesburg, 17th August, 1904, stamped " Date Received" top of page one, a few pin holes and creases where folded, overall Very Good. A reply to correspondence from pioneer estate agent J.H. Isaacs, whose name remains prominent across South Africa to this day thanks to the namesake major property services firm he founded, A pillar of the Jewish community in South Africa, Isaacs laid the foundation stone of the first synagogue in Durban (1884). With envelope in Isaacs' handwriting in pencil - "Mahatma Gandhi Prescription to J.H.I.", and a newspaper clipping from the Johannesburg Star dated June 20, 1983 captioned "HISTORY - Some dietary advice from Gandhi that has stood the test of time" which establishes the provenance of the letter from Isaacs to his granddaughter. The letter reads: (1)"Dear Mr. Isaacs, I do not think any apology was necessary for not acknowledging earlier the receipt of the book.I hope however that it will do good. I am glad you are feeling better; recovery will be slow. I would commend to your attention a striking article in the July number of the 'Contemporary Review' called 'Economic Nutrition' but if you do not get the time to read it for yourself I summarise the conclusions below:- Eat only two meals a day. Omit the breakfast; omit even tea or coffee. Let the first meal be not before noon and then eat only if you are really hungry. Drinks should be taken sparingly at meals. All sloppy foods to be avoided. Eat as slowly as you possibly can taking if need be an hour over your meal. In practice you will require so little that you will not have to pass an hour over each meal. The thing is that no matter what food you are taking, it should be chewed over and over again so that it is not swallowed but passes down the throat being no longer capable of chewing. Several experiments have been described by the reviewer of the article in question all going to show that in almost every instance, especially rheumatism, a complete ( emendation) 'cure is' obtainable. (2) If you could follow this out, continuing the baths, recovery would be far more rapid. The best mode of being able to chew one's food well is to take hard bread, preferably Kuhne bread, and if you can take it without anything to give it additional taste, it becomes almost incumbent to chew the bread well. Yours truly, M.K. Gandhi J.H. Isaacs, Esq., P.O. Box 5575 JOHANNESBURG" . According to his granddaughter, Isaacs "had had digestive problems and .had attended a talk in health and nutrition that Gandhi gave in Durban, and wrote to him afterwards, asking him the questions Gandhi answers". A lifelong vegetarian, Gandhi had both a great concern for the well-being of those around him and a keen interest in diet and nutrition, which he researched avidly, this letter being an early example of that interest and research. Earlier in 1904 he had advocated with the local government concerning the overcrowding and unsanitary conditions in the Indian community which led to the outbreak of a bubonic plague epidemic, and later the same year he founded Phoenix Settlement, his communal living experiment. Arriving in South Africa in 1893 at the age of 24 for what was intended to be a short stay, Gandhi would spend the next 20 years there, developing the ideas and concepts that would change the world. This letter presents an excellent example of Gandhi's concern for his fellow man and his dietary practices, and a wonderful piece of early Johannesburg history. Letters from this early in his South Africa years are RARE. Size: 8" x 10" [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         SOUVENIR OF NORTH WESTERN ALASKA [cover title].

      [Nome, Ak. 1904]. - [96]pp. of photographic illustrations. Oblong quarto. Original cloth- backed pictorial wrappers. Light shelf wear, short, straight tear to fore- edge of wrapper, some stray coloring marks on blank rear wrapper. A few marginal small closed tears, plus light soiling from handling. Still very good. A wonderful photographic account of Gold Rush life in Nome, Alaska at the turn of the 20th century. The photographer, O.D. Goetze, moved to Nome at the beginning of the rush in 1898 and operated a photography studio there for approximately a decade, though none of the images collected here are dated beyond 1904. They include a wide variety of photographic reproductions of street scenes, Eskimo portraits, hunting and fishing work, mining activity, landscapes, winter scenes, wildlife, and transportation. An attractive record of Nome in the Gold Rush.

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         Reisestipendien.

      Wien und Leipzig, Hartleben's Verlag 1904 - 404 SS. Mit 72 Illustrationen. Gepr. brauner Ogln. mit dreiseitigem Blauschnitt. Der Einband ist an den Kanten stellenweise minimalst berieben, sonst ein schönes und ungewöhnlich frisches Exemplar. "Bekannte und unbekannte Welten. Abenteuerliche Reisen von Julius Verne", Band 83+84.

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         Pijpelijntjes. (1st edition).

      Amsterdam, Jacq. van Cleef, 1904. Original wrappers. 220 p. 1st edition. Wrappers with sellotape stripes, faded name on title, but a good copy (professional restoration report added). l A mythical book of modern Dutch literature! This copy of the first edition of Pijpelijntjes, published in June 1904, is one of the very few of which the complete original wraps have been preserved, even including the backstrip.The physician and author A. Aletrino, to whom this openly gay erotic novel was dedicated in print, recognized himself in one of its two main characters ("Sam", Aletrino's nickname). Immediately after publication, along with De Haan's fiancee Johanna van Maarseveen, he bought up the complete edition and destroyed it. Only very few copies escaped destruction. In October 1904, a second, rewritten edition was published. The first edition of Pijpelijntjes is now considered one of the rarest books in the Dutch literature.

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         Autograph letter signed ("Chr. Morgenstern").

      Dorf Kreuth, 22. VII. 1904. - 8vo. 2 pp. To his editor Bruno Cassirer, sending writings to be edited (not present), noting that they must be published this year, promising a substantial statement on the subject for the next issue, and giving travel plans. "The issue containing all the material is going out to you in the same mail with this letter. I would be much obliged if you would check the external appearance once again - you are doubtless already in agreement - or nearly so - with the content. Now, getting Hart out this summer is still the best alternative. After all, at Hollaender's express instigation, the material was written especially for us and therefore must appear this year. Granted, Hagemann's contribution is certainly quite trivial and overbearing; however, he brings up a subject on which we can gather several more opinions. A very substantial statement on the subject is already scheduled for the next issue [.]".

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        EMMA DARWIN A CENTURY OF FAMILY LETTERS 1792 -1896

      Privately Printed, Cambridge 1904 - 1st (non-trade) Edition: 8vo (22cm), 2 vols, 15 portraits, 4 plates. Privately printed, 250 copies. Not in commerce. 1st Edition. Quarter morocco binding, marbled boards. [Freeman: F1552] CONDITION: VERY GOOD//VERY GOOD. This is a sound, serviceable set. The recent quarter morocco binding is excellent. Bindings tight and square. Internally there is a little foxing. There is some light foxing throughout, especially to the majority of the portrait plates and to the surrounding paper, and also to the (trimmed) edges. A robust, presentable set of this rare printing with no previous ownership marks. R.B. Freeman details the importance of this item to the Darwin collector, and its rarity: Although a biography of Emma Darwin, this contains a large number of letters from Charles and is an important source of information about his day to day and family life. Edited by their fourth child, Henrietta Emma, it was first printed for private circulation amongst family and friends; the records of the Cambridge University Press show that there were only 250 sets. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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