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HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC

By: Jedlicka, Gotthard

Price: $165.00

Publisher: Berlin, Bruno Cassirer Verlag: 1929

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 819

Condition: Very good +


4to (8½" x 11"). pp. 399. Limited edition; this being number 423 of 900 copies bound in linen and printed by A. Wohlfeld in Magdeburg, Germany. Binding design lithographed in color after Lautrec. A brief biography and critical interpretations of the renowned post-Impressionist artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who gained fame for his depictions of French fin de siècle urban life. Text in German.This work includes 157 black and white reproductions of Lautrec's work in the text and 7 color illustrations after works by Lautrec -- including 3 full page reproductions on art paper with ca... View more info

SKETCHING RAMBLES IN HOLLAND

By: [ABBEY, EDWIN AUSTIN (binding design)]; BOUGHTON, G. H.; ABBEY, EDWIN AUSTIN; ROGERS, J. E.

Price: $625.00

Publisher: New York, Harper and Brothers: 1885 (1884)

Edition: Holiday Edition.

Seller ID: 2517

Condition: Very good


Square 8vo (6¾” x 9 ”). pp. 342. Holiday edition. Unsigned early Art Nouveau binding design by E. A. Abbey in black, silver and gold on tan cloth of an early Danish folk design of tulips in a central panel surmounted with bold lettered titles and hand-drawn sunbursts that extend to the spine, and then extend further in blind onto the rear board above Boughton's title banner from the first edition in blind; the spine has a repeat of the folk-art tulip motif and lettered titles. Brown eps; t.e.g. Includes Frontis. and 88 additional black and white vignette and full page illustratio... View more info

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HOW TO KNOW THE WILDFLOWERS A GUIDE TO THE NAMES, HAUNTS AND HABITS OF OUR COMMON WILDFLOWERS

By: [Armstrong, Margaret (binding design); Satterlee, Marion (illustrator)]; Dana, Mrs. William Starr (Francis Theodora Parsons)

Price: $200.00

Publisher: New York, Charles Scribner's Sons: 1895

Seller ID: 1014

Condition: Very good +


8vo (5¼" x 8"). pp.373 + 4pp. publisher's advts. Revised and Enlarged Edition. Signed Margaret Armstrong binding design of a flowering topiary with a banner winding around its stem inside a decorated border in pale green and silver on brown linen weave cloth. Includes 152 black and white illustrations (52 new illustrations over the previous edition) by Marion Satterlee. A description of more than 450 varieties of wild flowers, classified by color. The second of two bindings Miss Armstrong created for the editions of this book; this binding being a structured but simultaneously flui... View more info

THE BELLS

By: [DARLEY, FELIX O., PERKINS, GRANVILLE; FREDERICKS, ALFRED; RIORDAN, R.; KING, CHARLES P.; NORTHAM, MISS C. A. (illustrators)]; POE, EDGAR ALLAN

Price: $200.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, Porter & Coates: 1881

Edition: First

Seller ID: 2685

Condition: Very good +


Square 8vo (6½” x 7 ”). 24 leaves. Unsigned binding design on olive green cloth recreating the design by Riordan on the illustrated title page in gold, silver and black. Brown eps.; beveled edges; a.e.g.Includes 22 engravings by seven illustrators headed by F. O. Darley. The illustrations were unified by putting them under the burin of one engraver - that of Jason W. Lauderbach, so that the art maintains the feel of a single source.Originally written by Poe in 1848, The Bells was not published until after his death in 1849 - it is considered his last poem, and is one of h... View more info

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THE BLUE FAIRY BOOK

By: [FORD, HENRY JUSTICE (binding design, endpapers and illustrations)]; LANG, ANDREW; EVERARD, H.S.C.; LANG, LEONORA BLANCHE

Price: $475.00

Publisher: London, Longmans, Green, & Co.: 1889

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 2739

Condition: very good


8vo (5" x 7 ”). pp. 390 + 16 pp. publisher's catalogue dated August 1889. Second edition. THE FIRST TITLE IN LANG'S COLOUR FAIRY BOOK SERIES.Unsigned binding design likely by Henry Justice Ford in gold on smooth royal blue cloth. Spine with titles and a vignette of Jack and the three headed giant; black eps., a.e.g. Includes frontis., 7 full page b/w illustrations as well as over 100 textual vignettes, headpieces and tail pieces.The Blue Fairy Book (1889) contains thirty-seven tales, among them almost all of the classic fairy stories -- including Little Red Riding Hood, Cinde... View more info

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THE WORKS OF GEOFFREY CHAUCER Now Newly Printed

By: [Kelmscott Press; Morris, William; Cobden-Sandersen; T. J. and Eccles, David (binding design)]; Chaucer, Geoffrey

Price: $875.00

Publisher: London, The Folio Society: 2002

Edition: First

Seller ID: 1200

Condition: fine


Folio (12" x 16¾"). pp. iv; 552; [3] pp. No. 532 of 1010 copies. Full cream Nigerian goatskin blocked in gold with the original design by T.J. Cobden-Sanderson, redrawn by David Eccles. Blue cloth clamshell box with leather spine label. Two blue ribbon markers; t.e.g. An extraordinary facsimile of the Kelmscott Press' masterpiece, and what many consider the most beautiful of all printed books. As noted in the colophon: "The facsimile of the Kelmscott Chaucer has been printed for the Folio Society, London by Cambridge University Press and completed on the 20th day of February... View more info

RUBÁIYÁT OF OMAR KHAYYÁM THE ASTRONOMER POET OF PERSIA

By: [LUNDBORG, FLORENCE (book and binding design, endpapers and illustrations)]; KHAYYAM, OMAR; KEERNEY, M. (contributor); FITZGERALD, EDWARD (translator); MCCARTHY, JUSTIN HUNTLY(contributor)

Price: $1,250.00

Publisher: New York, Doxey's at The Sign of the Lark: (1900)

Edition: First

Seller ID: 2436

Condition: fine


8vo (6 ” x 8½”). pp. [120]. LIMITED JAPAN PAPER EDITION WITH VELLUM BINDING. NO. 10 OF 250 COPIES.French fold binding; printed on one side of leaf only with the printed pages facing each other. Signed binding with beveled edges by Florence Lundborg in gold on vellum of the snake from the Garden of Eden winding around a tree, with grape vines below, with titles and a double rule border in gold; spine with titles and grape motifs in gold within a gold double rule border.Includes illustrated title and divisional title pages, 36 page designs (with text inserted), 71 page borde... View more info

BLOWN AWAY

By: [McMANUS, BLANCHE (binding design)]; MANSFIELD, RICHARD

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Boston, L. C. Page and Company: 1897

Edition: First

Seller ID: 2693

Condition: Very good


8vo (5¼” x 7½”). pp. 180. Signed Art Nouveau binding design by Blanche Mcmanus in blue and red on yellow buckram of a young girl being lifted away from a houseboat (front board)/castle (rear board) by a strong wind; a leafless tree with an owl separates the designs on the front and rear boards; t.e.g.Includes frontis. and 35 additional illustrations in black and white by the author and Margaret Jones.A children's story similar to Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, but in this case, sisters Beatrice and Jessie are torn from their home by a cyclone and deposited in a n... View more info

PU DER BÄR (German translation of Winnie the Pooh)

By: [Shepard, E. H. (illustrator), ARA (illustrator)]; Milne, A. A.; Schiffer, E. L. (Translator)

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Berlin-Grünewald, Williams & Co. Verlag GmbH: 1929

Seller ID: 204

Condition: Very good


8vo (6¼" x 8¼"). p.202; [205]. Quarter Blue cloth over pictorial paper covered boards; Laid paper eps. Frontis. and vignette line illustrations throughout by E.H. Shepard; Color frontis. color cover illustration and rear board illustration by A. R. A. German language translation of Winnie the Pooh by E. L. Schiffer. Moderate shelf wear and soil with a cracked rear hinge and small (1/4") hole to the spine cloth, otherwise a tight and clean copy. View more info

NAPOLEON JACKSON THE GENTLEMAN OF THE PLUSH ROCKER

By: [THAYER, HENRY (binding design); POTTBAST, EDWARD (illustrations)]; STUART, RUTH McENERY

Price: $150.00

Publisher: New York, The Century Company: 1902

Edition: First

Seller ID: 2248

Condition: Near fine


12mo (4 ” x 7 ”). pp. 132. Art Nouveau binding design by Henry Thayer (for the Decorative Designers) in green and gold on maroon cloth of intertwined flower stems that split to surround the titles in gold and terminate in a row of flowers at the top of the design. Titles in gold on th spine with a row of gold flowers at the head. Includes frontis. and 7 illustrated sepia plates.Set during Southern reconstruction, Rose Ann, an over-worked washer-woman, marries for love and her partner in life, Napoleon Jackson, is "marked for rest" and does nothing. Arrested for vagrancy, Jackson i... View more info

EVELINA TOGETHER WITH AN ORIGINAL HUGH THOMSON PEN AND INK DRAWING USED FOR ONE OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS

By: [THOMSON, HUGH (binding design and illustrations)]; BURNEY, FANNY(MADAME D'ARBLAY); DOBSON, AUSTIN (introduction)

Price: $1,250.00

Publisher: London, Macmillan and Co.: 1904 (1903)

Edition: First

Seller ID: 2652

Condition: Very good +


Second Printing. C8vo (7¼“x 5¼”). pp. 477 + 2pp.Publisher's advts. Unsigned elaborate Arts and Crafts publisher’s binding by Hugh Thomson in gold on green cloth of a woman beneath a tree penning a letter on the top of an urn bearing the titles.Includes frontis. with tissue guard and over 70 b/w line block illustrations by Hugh Thomson, including headpieces, tailpieces, historiated initials and textual vignettes. a.e.g.WITH Single sheet (12¾” x 10½”) original drawing for the illustration on p.113 in ink over pencil, and signed by Thomson in the lower right-... View more info

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THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS OF GEOFFREY CHAUCER NOW FIRST PUT INTO MODERN ENGLISH

By: [Unidentified (binding design); Gobel, Warwick (illustrations)]; Tatlock, John S. P.; MacKaye, Percy

Price: $400.00

Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Company: 1912

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 630

Condition: Very good


4to (7¼" x 10"). pp. 607 + 6 pp. publisher's advts. Unsigned binding design based on Gobel's illustration of Cleopatra's Galley at the Battle of Actium opposite page 556 with an Art nouveau style woven Dogwood floral border. Border design and titles in gilt on spine. Includes 32 full-page color illustrations after paintings by Warwick Gobel with captioned tissue guards. Buff endpapers illustrated with the pilgrims from the Canterbury tales in blue. t.e.g.A bright copy with a small drop of ink and light rubbing to the design and a degree of fading and darkening to the spine. Scarce.... View more info