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Alaric at Rome. A Prize Poem, Recited: Arnold, Matthew

Arnold, Matthew

Published by Combe and Crossley, Rugby (1840)

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About this Item: Combe and Crossley, Rugby, 1840. 8vo. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Arnold's Debut, Inscribed. The first edition of Matthew Arnold's first work, his Rugby School prize poem on the conquest of Rome by the Visigoth Alaric I in 410 AD. Unusual for a prize poem, the work was published anonymously and was not identified as Arnold's until Edmund Gosse made the attribution in 1888. One of the rarest literary debuts, of which Wise noted "Alaric at Rome holds a high place in the rank of modern poetical rarities." This copy inscribed on the front wrapper, "E. Armitage Esqr. from the Author." The recipient, Edward Armitage, was a fellow pupil at Rugby. Arnold had entered Rugby in 1837, where his father was headmaster. The only other copy known to bear an inscription by Arnold ("Miss Ward, 1840") is at the Morgan Library.It is difficult to take an accurate census of copies, as Wise muddied the waters with his facsimile ? which he later passed off as genuine. OCLC locates 15 copies and ABPC lists two copies ? one in 1979 at Christie's London, and the present copy. Ashley I, p. 8: "holds a high place in the rank of modern poetical rarities"; Hayward 255; Smart, p. 1. Provenance: Dr. J.B. Clemens of New Jersey (two typed letters to Clemens, as prospective purchaser of the book, from Luthur S. Livingston of Dodd, Mead & Company, New York, dated 17 August and 7 September, 1905, loosely inserted); sold Parke-Bernet, New York, 8 January 1945, lot 57 for $400; exhibited: Grolier Club (1950s exhibition card describing it as "the only presentation copy known"); sold, Halsted B. Vander Poel (Christie's, London March 3, 2004, lot 127) Publisher's printed pink wrappers. Faint vertical crease at center, light edgewear. In custom red morocco pull-off case. Seller Inventory # 305338

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Macmillan; Arnold; Smith

Published by Macmillan (1988)

ISBN 10: 0021669309 ISBN 13: 9780021669301

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About this Item: Macmillan, 1988. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. 0021669309 Very Good; Contents are tight and clean; Soft Cover; Macmillan, Arnold, and Smith; 1988; 0. Seller Inventory # 72074

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Chronicle of London] In this booke is: Early English Printing];

Early English Printing]; Arnold Richard (d. c. 1521)

Published by Antwerp Adrian van Berghen 1503 (1503)

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About this Item: Antwerp Adrian van Berghen 1503, 1503. VERY RARE, known in only five institutional holdings (Huntington, Library of Congress, British Library, Pierpont Morgan (imperfect), and Pforzheimer Collection at Harry Ransom Center). A private copy, imperfect (lacking 7 leaves, none supplied in facsimile), sold at auction (Christies) in 2000. The last Arnold's Chronicle to appear at auction prior to that was in 1918, when William Morris' copy was sold, and which later became the Huntington copy mentioned above. Small folio (236 x 185mm), in 19th century full calf, sympathetically recornered and rebacked, preserving the original spine which is titled in gilt on a morocco label and tooled in blind between raised bands. Ex libris of the bibliographer E. F. Bosanquet to recto of front free endpaper. Ideal collation is A4, 2A8, B4, C-E8, F-Q6, R8, S-V6=132 leaves; the present copy lacking the 12 leaves of preliminary tables, G1, and the last 12 leaves of indexes, thus in all 23 text leaves lacking and two blanks, the text leaves now included in facsimile. RARE IN ANY CONDITION, the present copy quite well preserved. The binding sound and sturdy with some expected signs of use and age, unobtrusive notations in ink and pencil to endpapers, the text quite good with only general toning, some marginal damp staining and other minor scattered soiling, inner tail margins of first few gatherings bleached, three leaves cut close at the top margin, touching the text, burnhole to F1, touching two words recto and three verso, mend to outer head corner of S2, affecting two or three words recto and verso, leaves S6-7 with paper flaws mended without loss. The word "pope" has been censured at a few places in the text. A RARE AND IMPORTANT CHRONICLE OF LONDON. Part of 'Arnold's Chronicle', as it is known, is a collection of facts about London's political and mercantile life, such as election results, prices of goods, articles of the charter of London, etc; but this is inexplicably tucked between a list of tolls for merchandise and a converter for Flemish currency. It is also the first known printing of one of the most famous and influential pre-Elizabethan poems, "The Nut-Brown Maid," an anonymous, moving ballad in dialogue between two star-crossed lovers. (Inspired perhaps by the "Maid," another poet, a bit gloomier, has penned a more existential verse in the top margin of f. Iv). This Lyfe is a Bataile and fyght a fayte felicite & mirrour myserabulle a dayly Temptacion, Vnware and perilous a proud mysery & Tyme uncomfortable A very early (the earliest?) treatise in English on gardens and orchards is also included as on f. lxii starts "The craft of grftyng and plantinge of trees and altering of frutis as well in colours as in taste". Preceding a section on the articles of the Church is a handy recipe "to make a watir to have spottis out of wullen cloth." There are also recipes for ink, ypocras, and gunpowder. Seller Inventory # 28372

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About this Item: Brussels, 1617. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. French manuscript written in brown ink in a French cursive hand, pages ruled in red, 21 lines per page. 15.3 cm x 9.5 cm, (58) pp. Bound in contemporary limp vellum with remains of green silk ties. A presentation copy with the dedicatee¿s name left blank. Clean and fresh, an excellent copy. Very rare manuscript user¿s manual for the famous terrestrial and celestial globes by the van Langren cartographic dynasty, notable as the first to employ the highly accurate star observations of the ¿tresfameux¿ Tycho Brahe ¿ whose contribution is duly acknowledged (fol. 9v). Well into the age of print, these manuals were handwritten rather than printed because the globes which they accompanied were luxury articles and relatively few were produced, notwithstanding their importance. The celestial globes of Van Langren (1594), and later Blaeu, soon rendered Mercator¿s great globes obsolete. As early as 1590, the young Arnold van Langren was sent to Hven to take advantage of what was at the time the most advanced celestial observatory in Europe. ¿When Arnold came to Uraniborg, Tycho¿s plan to publish his stellar positions was already formulated, but the observations and calculations that resulted in the catalogue of 777 stars had not been completed. While Tycho could have provided Arnold van Langren with the newly calculated positions of some stars, perhaps even interim locations for most of them, it seems quite likely that he would have advised the Dutchman to await the completion of this work before beginning a globus Tychonicus. He may even have withheld his consent at this stage.¿ (Adam Mosley, Bearing the Heavens, p. 240). Tycho¿s own Progymnasmata also makes reference to the visit: ¿Jacob Floris, citizen of Amsterdam, a great expert in the making of celestial and terrestrial Globes, having sent here his son, skilled in the construction of the same, decided to prepare a certain celestial globe following this rectification of ours of the places of the Fixed Sars, which in its certainty and skillful elaboration is about to greatly surpass those hitherto employed.¿ The present guide directs the user in the workings of both Langren¿s celestial and terrestrial globes, giving both a general introduction and practical working examples in solving geodetic and astronomical problems. According to van der Krogt, the van Langren manuals are based in part on Robert Hues¿ Tractaet ofte Handlinge van het gebruijck der Hemelscher ende Aertscher globe (1st ed Amsterdam, 1597), and are in part original. ¿Among other things, van Langren makes use of a separate ¿gnomon sphareicon¿ (sphaerical angle bar), a small instrument which makes it possible to place a perpendicular line easily on the spherical globe¿. On f4r Langren discusses the astronomical implcations of the recent calendar reform under Gregory XIII, while on 11r he mentions the influential mentor of Tycho, Landgrave Wilhelm of Hesse-Kassel¿s method of observing stars by their almucantar and azimuth ¿ a procedure which would later become adopted as the standard method for determining stellar positions. Langren also here explains his decision to include the 32 winds by which modern navigators divide up the sky, which are apparently noted on the globe in Flemish. Despite other similar references to the recent advances of Pedro Nunes (23v), and Tycho Brahe, the present manuscript is above all a practical rather than theoretical guide to the use of the globes in understanding celestial and terrestrial mechanics. Imperative instructions - ¿tournez vostre Globe ainsi¿¿ ¿Cherchez sur le Globe le degre du Soleil¿¿ ¿ evidently enabled the user to manipulate his globes with or without an instructor present. . Seller Inventory # 5134

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Erikson, Steven

Published by Subterranean Press, USA (2009)

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About this Item: Subterranean Press, USA, 2009. Full-Leather. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Komarck, Michael; Drummond, J.K.; Burley, Sam; St. Onge, Lauren; Bradley, Noah; Arnold, Tommy; Simonetti, Marc (illustrator). Limited/Lettered. Each book is one of 52 deluxe lettered editions bound in leather with exclusive dust jackets and housed in matching traycases. These are the first eight books in the Malazon Book of the Fallen. Owner of this set has rights to buy the last two books in the series directly from the publisher at the published price. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 010177

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Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series Complete: ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ

ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ BRAVO, Manuel, BALLEN, Roger, BRANDT, Bill, DEAL, Joe, DIVOLA, John, FRANK, Robert, GOLDBERG, Jim, GOSSAGE, John, GRANNAN, Katy, HATAKEYAMA, Naoya, HEINECKEN, Robert, HIDO, Todd, KENNA, Michael, MANN, Sally, MEEKS, Raymond, MISRACH, Richard, MORIYAMA, Daido, PARR, Martin, SHIBATA, Toshio, SHORE, Stephen, SOTH, Alec, STEINMETZ, Mark, SUZUKI, Risaku, TEMPLETON, Ed, VAN DONGEN, Ron, WEIFENBACH, Terri, YAMAMOTO, Masao, ANRAKUJI, Emi, ARNOLD, Corey, BATEMAN, Edward, BORENSZTEIN, Leon, CARRILLO, Javier, CHAO, Chan, COULOMMIER, Julien, DEL VALLE, Eduardo, DIAMOND, Jesse, FEN, Weng, FITCH, Steve, GIBSON, David H., GILBERT, Sara, HIBI, Yuichi, GÓMEZ, Mirta, GELLES, Judy, HARBECK, Joni, HONEY, Nancy, HORNBEAK-ORTIZ, Susan, INA,

Published by Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon (2000)

ISBN 10: 3923922949 ISBN 13: 9783923922949

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About this Item: Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. 2000-2017. Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series 1 to 100 (Total of 115 Books, Complete with Five Boxed Sets of four books each), Limited Edition(s) (each title with Print(s)). All of the One Picture Books in this complete set are in the First Edition, first and only printing. Each title is a limited edition of 500 copies hand-numbered and signed by the artist, with one original print tipped in the front or final page (except for #5, which has two Type-C prints mounted recto/verso on a hinged board).All of the titles in the set share the following format: Hardcover. Paper-covered boards (color and printing vary), no dust jacket as issued. 16 pp., with four-color and/or duotone plates. 7-1/2 x 5-3/4 inches.The complete set of 100 titles of this critically acclaimed series is extremely scarce, as the majority of the tittles are out of print and many are very scarce. A complete set including the rare boxed sets is very rare, as few boxed sets were made near the beginning of the Series. New (all books). All books and tipped-in prints are in flawless condition. 1) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 1: 21. May 1995; 2) John Gossage, Four American Photographs (4-Volume Set); 3) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 2: 21. April 1996 ("Bee"); 4) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 3: 25. June 1996 ("Blue Sky"); 5) Chan Chao, Letter from P.L.F. (Burma); 6) Todd Hido, Taft Street (4-Volume Set); 7) Ron van Dongen, Rosa Ferreus; 8) Susan Hornbeak-Ortiz, True; 9) Bill Jay, Bill Brandt; 10) Julien Coulommier, Soleil Cou Coupe; 11) Yuki Onodera, How to Make a Pearl; 12) Robert Adams, Alders; 13) Risaku Suzuki, Fire: February 6; 14) Robert Heinecken, studiesnineteenseventy; 15) Don Kirby, You're not really initiated until your eyes are redder than your lips; 16) Masao Yamamoto, The Path of Green Leaves; 17) Martin Parr, 7 Communist Still Lifes; 18) Andreas Müller-Pohle, Yumiko; 19) Sara Gilbert, Cues; 20) Toshio Shibata, Type 55; 21) Michael Kenna, Boarding School; 22) Eduardo del Valle & Mirta Gómez, Four Sections of Time (4-Volume Set); 23) Weng Fen, Sitting on the Wall & Bird's Eye View; 24) Judy Gelles, Beach Boxes (4-Volume Set); 25) Naoya Hatakeyama, River Series / Shadow; 26) Boomoon Kwon, On the Clouds; 27) Camille Solyagua, Twenty-One Red-Crowned Cranes and One Black Crow; 28) Martin Parr, 7 Colonial Still Lifes; 29) Jim Stone, Why My Photographs are Good; 30) Stu Levy, Cranial Czar, Eh?; 31) Ken Ohara, One; 32) Steve Pyke: Post Partum; 33) Steve Pyke: Post Mortem; 34) Joseph Mills, e mars, Lilly's Waist; 35) Yuichi Hibi, Robert Frank, A Weekend with Mr. Frank; 36) Twinkako Ishiwata-Pichler, Desperately Seeking Twinka; 37) Ron van Dongen, A. angustatum; 38) Junko Takahashi, The Receptionist; 39) Daido Moriyama, Kuchibiru; 40) Emi Anrakuji, e hagaki (4 Volumes Included with 4 Unique Prints); 41) Michael Kenna, Montecito Garden; 42) Tanya Marcuse, Fruitless; 43) Stephen Shore, Merced River; 44) Jesse Diamond, Drum Circle; 45) Nancy Honey, Poodle Parlour; 46) Lars Schwander, Manuel Álvarez Bravo: One Day in April 1999; 47) John Divola, Seven Dogs; 48) Masao Yamamoto, Fujisan; 49) David Maisel, Cascade Effect; 50) Rob McDonald, Birth Place; 51) Netta Madahar, Sustenance; 52) David Tseklenis, Julius Shulman Does His Own House; 53) Joe Deal, Indian Bingo; 54) Raymond Meeks, Doctrine of an Axe; 55) Mayumi Lake, Ex Post Facto; 56) Michael Kenna, Heiden Hotel; 57) Eduardo del Valle & Mirta Gómez, En Vista; 58) Edward Bateman, Mechanical Brides of the Uncanny; 59) Todd Hido: Cracked Trees; 60) Todd Hido: Crooked Cracked Tree in Fog; 61) David H. Gibson: Water Cascade: A Sequence; 62) Eiji Ina: Wacht; 63) Alec Soth: One Mississippi; 64) Mark Steinmetz: Italia: Cronaca di un Amore; 65) Pine & Woods: For Constance; 66) Hiroshi Watanabe: Love Point; 67) Terri Weifenbach: Some Insects; 68) Sally Mann, Rob McDonald and Even Rogers: Cy's Rollei; 69) Corey Arnold: Fishing with My Dad 1978-1995; 70) Joni Harbeck & Neil Krug: Indian Girl. Seller Inventory # 105303

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Texte. Sechs Stücke für Männerchor [op. 35].: Schönberg, Arnold, composer

Schönberg, Arnold, composer (1874-1951).

Published by [Berlin, probably spring 1929]. (1929)

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About this Item: [Berlin, probably spring 1929]., 1929. Large 4to. Typescript with numerous autograph revisions. 5 ff. in autograph wrapper with black calico spine. Unpublished source for Schönberg's Op. 35 ("Six pieces for male choir"): a typescript containing the texts of all six pieces in their original order (1, 3, 5, 2, 4, 6), then rearranged by Schönberg in pencil and thoroughly revised in several phases in ink, pencil, red and blue crayon, even changing several titles. - All on stationery with Schönberg's blue letterhead, assembled into a booklet by the composer himself. Provenance: From the collection of the poet Michael Guttenbrunner (1919-2004) with his stamp on the recto of every page. Seller Inventory # 44193

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2 ALBUMS OF ORIGINAL CARTOON ILLUSTRATIONS.: TAYLOR, Arnold.

TAYLOR, Arnold.

Published by -57 (1950)

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About this Item: -57, 1950. 2 folio albums containing approximately 200 illustrations on 100 leaves: (a) Winsor & Newton artists' drawing book (36 x 26.5cm), between original light green paper covers, with title 'Scrapbook for 1950' on first page, original colour illustration to upper cover, plus 20 leaves of original hand coloured illustrations, some full page, many with more than one to a page, most with handwritten ink joke captions, 7 signed with the artist's monogram. (b) C. Roberson & Co. artists' sketch book with vendor's stamp of Hibbert Bros, Art Dealers, Sheffield to inside front cover, (36 x 24cm), dark grey cloth-covered card boards, black cloth to spine, with title 'This and That' on first page, with illustrations to inside front and rear covers, plus 80 leaves of original hand coloured illustrations and 2 leaves of uncoloured pencil sketches, again many full page, many with more than one to a page, most accompanied by handwritten ink joke captions, 3 signed with the artist's monogram. Some light wear to bindings but contents generally very clean with vibrant colour. The monogram appears to be that of Arnold Taylor, the foremost artist for Bamforth & Co. Although not formatted as postcards these brilliantly executed cartoons are wonderful evocations of the rude saucy seaside culture of the day, the most famous exponent of this genre being of course Donald McGill, whose work they distributed in America. Bamforth & Co. began as a photography business founded by James Bamforth in 1870 in Yorkshire, and became the most prolific publishers of this form. Arnold Taylor joined the firm in 1926 training under Douglas Tempest who had originated the house style. After serving in the Second World War he went back to civilian life as a freelance illustrator and then returned to become a full time artist for Bamforth and a director. Only four illustrators worked for Bamforth: Douglas Tempest, Arnold Taylor, Philip Taylor (no relation) who emigrated to New Zealand after the war and Brian Fitzpatrick (born 1932) who trained under Arnold Taylor. The dating on these albums (1950 to 1957), the distinctive individual style which sets them apart from his protégé, and the monogram in the same style as his printed signature (Taylor) on the cards clearly point towards these being the work of Arnold. After the war, distributors of the cards were subjected to numerous prosecutions under the Obscene Publications Act of 1857 and vast numbers of cards were destroyed. Postcard censorship committees were set up in the major seaside resorts, and Bamforth's artists themselves were often subjected to prosection. Few if any of the illustrations in these albums would seem to have made as far as postcard production, being probably too risqué for the age (if not by the standards of today) but would appear to be the private sketchbooks of the artist providing the vivid background to his commercial output. Seller Inventory # 49880

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COLOM, Arnold (1624-1668).

Published by Amsterdam: Arnold Colom, [ca 1654-1658]. (1658)

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About this Item: Amsterdam: Arnold Colom, [ca 1654-1658]., 1658. Single sheet ( 21 x 24 4/8 inches to the neat-line, full margins showing the plate-mark). Fine engraved map shoeing the east coast of Africa, the Arabian Peninsular, India and the islands of Madagascar, the Maldives and Ceylon, all with original hand-colour in outline, the title in a fine baroque cartouche with original hand-colour in full HEIGHTENED IN GOLD, decorated with two fine compass roses and numerous rhumb lines (some minor spotting). From Colom's "Zee-atlas, ofte water-wereldt: In houdende een Korte beschryvinge van alle de bekende zee-Kusten des aardtrycks. Nieuwelijcks uyt-ghegheven" (Sea atlas of the water world: Containing a short description of all the well-known sea coasts of the earth. Newly issued). "One of the most important atlases in the well known category of Dutch sea-atlases" (Koeman). Unlike the sea atlas of his contemporary Joannes Jansson, Colom "assembled a coherent group of 15 charts, later increased to 17 plus a world map. He was also the first to publish a chart of what was called "Nieu Nederland" (Koeman). It is recorded that in 1663 Colom was a tenant of Nicolaas Visscher "He then owed a considerable amount of rent, and as his security for his debt he gave his landlord 18 copper-plates of his sea atlas, plates which he was not able to redeem before he died. Koeman IV pages 114-115. Seller Inventory # 72map32

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Arnold, Benedict

Published by Watertown (1777)

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About this Item: Watertown, 1777. [1]p. plus integral address leaf. Folio. Small loss in margin from wax seal, repaired. Minor soiling. Silked. Very good. In a blue half morocco and cloth clamshell case, spine gilt. An anxious letter written by a smitten Benedict Arnold to Boston society matron Lucy Flucker Knox, enclosing a letter for delivery to young Miss Betsy De Blois. The love-struck hero of Fort Ticonderoga writes: "Dear Madam, I have taken the liberty of incloseing a letter for the heavenly Miss Deblois, which by the favour of your delivering, with the trunk of gowns &c., which Mrs. Colburn promis'd me to send to your house, I hope she will make no objections against receiving them. I make no doubt you will soon have the pleasure of seeing the charming Mrs. Emery, and have it in your power to give me some favourable intelligence. I shall remain under the most anxious suspense until I have the favour of a line from you, who (if I may judge) will from your own experience, conceive the fond anxiety, the glowing hopes, and chilling fears, that, alternately possess [me]." In February 1777, in Mrs. Knox's drawing room, Arnold was introduced to Boston society and - more importantly - to the "beautiful.straight, tall, elegant" Tory belle, Elizabeth (Betsy) De Blois. A widower for a little over a year, Arnold immediately fell headlong in love with the sixteen-year-old Betsy - twenty years his junior - and asked Mrs. Knox to present his case. Delighted with her role as matchmaker, Lucy Knox dutifully delivered Arnold's ardent letters, along with a trunk of gowns and other lavish gifts, designed to show both his affection and financial solidity. He hoped that Betsy would accept these gifts as well as his desire to court her. Possibly owing to the vast difference in age, the "heavenly Miss Deblois" rebuffed Arnold's several advances, finally refusing to answer his dramatic and passionate love letters. Betsy had many subsequent suitors, but in the end, never married. Having failed to win the hand of Miss De Blois, Arnold began courting the lovely and vivacious Margaret (Peggy) Shippen in the summer of 1778, to whom he wrote equally ardent letters - one of which he lifted practically verbatim from a letter he had sent to Betsy De Blois. The two were wed in April 1779. Seller Inventory # WRCAM42359

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De groote schouburgh der Nederlantsche konstschilders en: HOUBRAKEN, Arnold.

About this Item: Graesse III, p. 378; De Man & Höweler, Kunst op schrift 422-424 & 401, 408; for Mols: Linnig, Bibliothèques & Ex-libris d'amateurs Belges (1906), pp. 50-53. Ad 1: second edition of an important standard work, containing portraits and biographies of Dutch painters of the 17th century. It was intended as a continuation of Van Mander's book on Dutch painters, first published in 1604. The book starts with Desiderius Erasmus, omitted by Van Mander, and ends with painters born between 1635 and 1659, the death of the author preventing a further continuation.Ad 2: first and only early edition of Van Gool's continuation of Houbraken's, giving short biographies and descriptions of the works of Dutch painters from 1630 to 1725. It also includes a history of the drawing academy in the Hague.The whole set is interleaved and contains numerous notes by the Belgian art-lover, bibliophile and Rubens connoisseur François-Jean-Joseph Mols (1722-1790), adding many remarks, new stories, anecdotes and corrections. All volumes with his engraved bookplate. Mols owned a magnificent library and a fine art collection. Both works in very good condition, lacking the frontispiece of the second. Sides of the binding heavily rubbed. Uniformly bound set, with interesting annotations. Seller Inventory # 18980

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LOBEL (Arnold)

Published by New York: Random House, 1986 (1986)

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About this Item: New York: Random House, 1986, 1986. No Binding. Condition: Very Good. LOBEL (Arnold): The Cow Jumped Over the Moon. 1986 Pencil and gouache watercolor drawing from The Random House Book of Mother Goose, for Hey Diddle Diddle , illustration p.173. New York: Random House, 1986. Measures 16 x 10-5/16 inches. Seller Inventory # abb_lobel_cow_jumped

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68 Various Magnum Photographers: Capa, Cornell; Arnold, Eve; Erwitt, Elliott; Parr, Martin; Fusco, Paul; Hoepker, Thomas; et alia

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About this Item: Magnum Photos, 2015. Loose Prints in Clamshell Box. Condition: Fine. First Edition, First Printing. SIGNED COPY Magnum Photos. Portfolio of 68 prints 6" x 6" each held in a custom cloth clam shell case. All prints are SIGNED by the photographer (with most prints signed on verso and a few on recto). Each print is 6 x 6 in./15.24 x 15.24 cm; printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Matte paper (actual print size size is 5.5 in./14 cm on the longest side). Photographers include Elliot Erwitt, Susan Meiselas, Alec Soth, Martin Parr, Paul Fusco, René Burri, Bruce Davidson, Thomas Hoepker, Chris Steele-Perkins, Bruce Gildin, Eli Reed and others. PRINT CONDITON: All prints are in fine condition with no visible flaws. Seller Inventory # 1892

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74 Various Magnum Photographers: Capa, Robert; Arnold, Eve; Parr, Martin; Fusco, Paul; Hoepker, Thomas; Bendiksen, Jonas; McCurry, Steve; Parke, Trent; Rio Branco, Miguel; et alia

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About this Item: Magnum Photos, 2016. Loose Prints in Clamshell Box. Condition: Fine. First Edition, First Printing. SIGNED COPY Magnum Photos. Portfolio of 74 prints 6" x 6" each held in a custom cloth clam shell case. All prints are SIGNED by the photographer (with most prints signed on verso and a few on recto). Each print is 6 x 6 in./15.24 x 15.24 cm; printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Matte paper (actual print size size is 5.5 in./14 cm on the longest side). Photographers include Capa, Robert; Arnold, Eve; Parr, Martin; Fusco, Paul; Hoepker, Thomas; Bendiksen, Jonas; McCurry, Steve; Parke, Trent; Rio Branco, Miguel and others. PRINT CONDITON: All prints are in fine condition with no visible flaws. Seller Inventory # 1950

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The Cornhill Magazine: Volumes 1-29, 34-114, 125-129: THACKERAY, William Makepeace,

THACKERAY, William Makepeace, Anthony Trollope, George Eliot, Wilkie Collins, Elizabeth Gaskell, George Meredith, Robert Louis Stevenson, Arthur Conan Doyle, Henry James, Joseph Conrad, John Ruskin, Matthew Arnold, et al.

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About this Item: Smith, Elder and Co.; John Murray, London, 1933. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Magazine. 105 bound volumes and 98 individual issues in wrappers. Octavos. A long run from 1860-1933 of this famous Victorian literary magazine known for debuting the works of many important English writers. The set includes volumes 1-29 (January 1860-June 1874), 34-114 (July 1876-December 1916), and volumes 125-129 (January 1922-June 1924) bound in contemporary publisher's cloth or full linen boards. Also included are 98 monthly issues (numbers 337-450) in the original printed wrappers (July 1924-December 1933, lacking July 1930, and May, November, and December 1931). Among the many complete works included in this long run are the first appearances of *Framley Parsonage*, *The Claverings*, and two other novels by Trollope, as well as Thackeray's *The Adventures of Philip* and his complete column: "Roundabout Papers." Other works from the 1860s include *Romola* by George Eliot, *Wives and Daughters* by Elizabeth Gaskell, *Armadale* by Wilkie Collins, *Unto This Last* by John Ruskin, *Culture and Anarchy* by Matthew Arnold, and Tennyson's "Tithonus." Works from the 1870s and 1880s include *The Adventures of Harry Richmond* by George Meredith, *Daisy Miller* and *Washington Square* by Henry James, *The Pavilion on the Links* and *The Merry Men* by Robert Louis Stevenson, and the first 29 chapters of *Far from the Madding Crowd* by Thomas Hardy. *J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement* was first published anonymously by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1884, and *The White Company* first appeared under his name in 1891-92. *The Lagoon* by Joseph Conrad appeared in 1897. *Cornhill* maintained its high reputation up through the 1930s. Works from the early 20th Century include poems and prose pieces by Robert Bridges, Thomas Hardy, W.B. Yeats, Ford Madox Ford, and Katherine Tynan. The magazine also featured illustrations by George du Maurier, Frederic Leighton, Edwin Landseer, John Everett Millais, and other leading artists. Most were engraved on wood by the Brothers Dalziel, and include numerous full-page and folding plates. Most volumes from 1860 to 1901 are bound in contemporary publisher's cloth (with some rebound in full cloth), volumes from 1902 to 1924 are rebound in full cloth (most with the original wrappers included), and single monthly issues from the 1920s and early 1930s are in the original printed wrappers. Ex-library set with bookplates, most 19th Century volumes with a small embossed stamp on the title pages and a perforated stamp on the plates. The earliest volumes are chipped at the spines and edges, a few with split spines and detached boards, else overall a good set of bound volumes; the single issues in wraps are unmarked and very good or better. A very nice assemblage of notable 19th Century literature and illustrations. Seller Inventory # 371693

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Australian Photo Album, with 47 Views of: Beattie, J.W.; J.P.

Beattie, J.W.; J.P. (possibly John Paine), Thomas Foster Chuck, Frank Arnold Coxhead & an anonymous photographer

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About this Item: Wonderful photograph album of Victoria, New South Wales, and Tasmania, with large photographs and manuscript titles. A total of 47 photos, with 33 of Victoria, 6 of New South Wales, 5 of Tasmania, 1 of New Zealand, and 2 others. Each photograph is lightly tipped on to the album paper, with blank verso. Most of the photographs are by an unknown photographer; there are also some signed by J.W. Beattie, Thomas Foster Chuck, Frank Arnold Coxhead, C. Rudd, and J.P., possibly John Paine.One of the most striking & largest photograph is of "Aboriginals of Lake Tyers". It is an outdoor view of a family group of aborigines, from children to grand parents, dressed in western clothing, with spear, boomerangs and lean-to behind them. Others include some rather poetic views of woodcutters at Black Spur & Fernshaw; a couple of gold mining at Bendigo including Garden Gully United Gold Mining Company, with houses in fore and background. There is a series of some very striking studies of Melbourne buildings including the Empire Building, Collins St. West; Prell's Building, corner of Queen St. and Flinders Lane; Austral Chambers, Queen St., with Austral Chambers sign and "Offices to Let", by Selby & Co., 97 Queen St.; Grand Hotel, Spring St., with carriages at the front; Federal Coffee Palace, Collins St., #102, showing electrical workers, 3 of whom have climbed electrical poles; "Tuck's Buildings" (or Luck's?), Elizabeth & Flinders St, with the caption "Rent of Shop L 22.10 per week"; Government Public Offices (Melbourne), #48, with a dirt road in the foreground; Melbourne Hospital with a train moving past in the foreground; Centennial Exhibition Procession, August 1st, 1888, with Victorian Confectioner's Society banner in front; St. Kilda Jetty, busy with people fishing; another showing neighboring jetty, Hegerty's Railway Baths for Gentlemen, and fishermen with the town behind them; The New Prince's Bridge, with scattered construction debris; The Melbourne Hotel, #10, with the #220 Carlton and Abbotsford tram in the foreground; Collins St. from Elizabeth St., looking east, #73, with a busy street scene and a George & George flag flying; Modern Permanent Building Society offices, with Kilpatrick & Co. Watchmakers & Jewelers, a police box, and Auchalps Sales Rooms; Bourke St., Melbourne, full length looking west with trams, a horse and cart, Mayger's Imperial Hotel at the right and Old Whitehart Hotel at the left; Town Hall, Melbourne, a view looking down, with 2 trams & Martin & Leasances Pharmacy sign visible; Elizabeth St., Melbourne, a great snap shot view of people, traffic, a wagon and cart, electric lights, and a large Cullis Hill & Co. sign; Elizabeth St., Melbourne, a snap shot view with street traffic, a tram, the Sunbeam Tea and Luncheon Rooms in the foreground, and Lincoln Stuart & Co. in the distance; Bourke St., Melbourne, a snap shot view toward E. A. Petherick Booksellers & Publishers, with trams and traffic.There are three views of ships - H. M. S. Calliope in Port Philip (Hobson's Bay), with 3 yachts, a tender and row boat; The Liverpool, largest sailing ship afloat; Steamship Cavo Romano New Orleans Feb 26th 94, docked with several crew sitting on barrels (with a tear). The NSW photographs are taken in and around Sydney, mostly signed "J.P.", possibly John Paine, 1834 - 1915, including Manly Cove; Harbour from Neutral Bay, with a building under construction in the foreground, and harbour and ships in the distance; Harbour from McMahon's Hill, with flags, ferries, row boats and sailing ships; Farm Cove, with ships and Government House in the distance; Coogee (?), with a hut in the foreground; trams in a turning circle, a beach and vacant land in the distance and an unidentified grand public building, with a horse and carriage visible. The Tasmanian photographs are unsigned. "Port Arthur, Tasmania" is a small panoramic view with the Penitentiary, ruins of Church and Model Prison, noted in the margins. Hobart from the lower slop. Seller Inventory # 15347

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Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series Complete: ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ

ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ BRAVO, Manuel, BALLEN, Roger, BRANDT, Bill, DEAL, Joe, DIVOLA, John, FRANK, Robert, GOLDBERG, Jim, GOSSAGE, John, GRANNAN, Katy, HATAKEYAMA, Naoya, HEINECKEN, Robert, HIDO, Todd, KENNA, Michael, MANN, Sally, MEEKS, Raymond, MISRACH, Richard, MORIYAMA, Daido, PARR, Martin, SHIBATA, Toshio, SHORE, Stephen, SOTH, Alec, STEINMETZ, Mark, SUZUKI, Risaku, TEMPLETON, Ed, VAN DONGEN, Ron, WEIFENBACH, Terri, YAMAMOTO, Masao, ANRAKUJI, Emi, ARNOLD, Corey, BATEMAN, Edward, BORENSZTEIN, Leon, CARRILLO, Javier, CHAO, Chan, COULOMMIER, Julien, DEL VALLE, Eduardo, DIAMOND, Jesse, FEN, Weng, FITCH, Steve, GIBSON, David H., GILBERT, Sara, HIBI, Yuichi, GÓMEZ, Mirta, GELLES, Judy, HARBECK, Joni, HONEY, Nancy, HORNBEAK-ORTIZ, Susan, INA,

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About this Item: Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. 2000-2017. Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series 1 to 100, Limited Edition(s) (each title with Print(s)). All of the One Picture Books in this complete set are in the First Edition, first and only printing. Each title is a limited edition of 500 copies hand-numbered and signed by the artist, with one original print tipped in the front or final page (except for #5, which has two Type-C prints mounted recto/verso on a hinged board).All of the titles in the set share the following format: Hardcover. Paper-covered boards (color and printing vary), no dust jacket as issued. 16 pp., with four-color and/or duotone plates. 7-1/2 x 5-3/4 inches.The complete set of 100 titles of this critically acclaimed series is extremely scarce, as the majority of the tittles are out of print and many are very scarce. New (all books). All books and tipped-in prints are in flawless condition. 1) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 1: 21. May 1995; 2) John Gossage, Four American Photographs; 3) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 2: 21. April 1996 ("Bee"); 4) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 3: 25. June 1996 ("Blue Sky"); 5) Chan Chao, Letter from P.L.F. (Burma); 6) Todd Hido, Taft Street; 7) Ron van Dongen, Rosa Ferreus; 8) Susan Hornbeak-Ortiz, True; 9) Bill Jay, Bill Brandt; 10) Julien Coulommier, Soleil Cou Coupe; 11) Yuki Onodera, How to Make a Pearl; 12) Robert Adams, Alders; 13) Risaku Suzuki, Fire: February 6; 14) Robert Heinecken, studiesnineteenseventy; 15) Don Kirby, You're not really initiated until your eyes are redder than your lips; 16) Masao Yamamoto, The Path of Green Leaves; 17) Martin Parr, 7 Communist Still Lifes; 18) Andreas Müller-Pohle, Yumiko; 19) Sara Gilbert, Cues; 20) Toshio Shibata, Type 55; 21) Michael Kenna, Boarding School; 22) Eduardo del Valle, Mirta Gómez, Four Sections of Time; 23) Weng Fen, Sitting on the Wall & Bird's Eye View; 24) Judy Gelles, Beach Boxes; 25) Naoya Hatakeyama, River Series / Shadow; 26) Boomoon Kwon, On the Clouds; 27) Camille Solyagua, Twenty-One Red-Crowned Cranes and One Black Crow; 28) Martin Parr, 7 Colonial Still Lifes; 29) Jim Stone, Why My Photographs are Good; 30) Stu Levy, Cranial Czar, Eh?; 31) Ken Ohara, One; 32) Steve Pyke: Post Partum; 33) Steve Pyke: Post Mortem; 34) Joseph Mills, e mars, Lilly's Waist; 35) Yuichi Hibi, Robert Frank, A Weekend with Mr. Frank; 36) Twinkako Ishiwata-Pichler, Desperately Seeking Twinka; 37) Ron van Dongen, A. angustatum; 38) Junko Takahashi, The Receptionist; 39) Daido Moriyama, Kuchibiru; 40) Emi Anrakuji, e hagaki; 41) Michael Kenna, Montecito Garden; 42) Tanya Marcuse, Fruitless; 43) Stephen Shore, Merced River; 44) Jesse Diamond, Drum Circle; 45) Nancy Honey, Poodle Parlour; 46) Lars Schwander, Manuel Álvarez Bravo: One Day in April 1999; 47) John Divola, Seven Dogs; 48) Masao Yamamoto, Fujisan; 49) David Maisel, Cascade Effect; 50) Rob McDonald, Birth Place; 51) Netta Madahar, Sustenance; 52) David Tseklenis, Julius Shulman Does His Own House; 53) Joe Deal, Indian Bingo; 54) Raymond Meeks, Doctrine of an Axe; 55) Mayumi Lake, Ex Post Facto; 56) Michael Kenna, Heiden Hotel; 57) Eduardo del Valle & Mirta Gómez, En Vista; 58) Edward Bateman, Mechanical Brides of the Uncanny; 59) Todd Hido: Cracked Trees; 60) Todd Hido: Crooked Cracked Tree in Fog; 61) David H. Gibson: Water Cascade: A Sequence; 62) Eiji Ina: Wacht; 63) Alec Soth: One Mississippi; 64) Mark Steinmetz: Italia: Cronaca di un Amore; 65) Pine & Woods: For Constance; 66) Hiroshi Watanabe: Love Point; 67) Terri Weifenbach: Some Insects; 68) Sally Mann, Rob McDonald and Even Rogers: Cy's Rollei; 69) Corey Arnold: Fishing with My Dad 1978-1995; 70) Joni Harbeck & Neil Krug: Indian Girl; 71) Steve Fitch: Motel Signs; 72) Liz Steketee: Dystopia; 73) Stephen Shore: Pet Pictures; 74) Martin Parr: Seven Cups of Tea; 75) Stu Levy: Honk If You Love Stieglitz: Jerry Uelsmann, A Grid-Portrait; 76) Leon Borensztein: Portraits ii; 77) Carol E. Richards: Birds Have Wings; 78) Melanie Pu. Seller Inventory # 101211

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Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series Complete: ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ

ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ BRAVO, Manuel, BALLEN, Roger, BRANDT, Bill, DEAL, Joe, DIVOLA, John, FRANK, Robert, GOLDBERG, Jim, GOSSAGE, John, GRANNAN, Katy, HATAKEYAMA, Naoya, HEINECKEN, Robert, HIDO, Todd, KENNA, Michael, MANN, Sally, MEEKS, Raymond, MISRACH, Richard, MORIYAMA, Daido, PARR, Martin, SHIBATA, Toshio, SHORE, Stephen, SOTH, Alec, STEINMETZ, Mark, SUZUKI, Risaku, TEMPLETON, Ed, VAN DONGEN, Ron, WEIFENBACH, Terri, YAMAMOTO, Masao, ANRAKUJI, Emi, ARNOLD, Corey, BATEMAN, Edward, BORENSZTEIN, Leon, CARRILLO, Javier, CHAO, Chan, COULOMMIER, Julien, DEL VALLE, Eduardo, DIAMOND, Jesse, FEN, Weng, FITCH, Steve, GIBSON, David H., GILBERT, Sara, HIBI, Yuichi, GÓMEZ, Mirta, GELLES, Judy, HARBECK, Joni, HONEY, Nancy, HORNBEAK-ORTIZ, Susan, INA,

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About this Item: Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 2000-2017. Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series 1 to 100, Limited Edition(s) (each title with Print(s)). All of the One Picture Books in this complete set are in the First Edition, first and only printing. Each title is a limited edition of 500 copies hand-numbered and signed by the artist, with one original print tipped in the front or final page (except for #5, which has two Type-C prints mounted recto/verso on a hinged board).All of the titles in the set share the following format: Hardcover. Paper-covered boards (color and printing vary), no dust jacket as issued. 16 pp., with four-color and/or duotone plates. 7-1/2 x 5-3/4 inches.The complete set of 100 titles of this critically acclaimed series is extremely scarce, as the majority of the tittles are out of print and many are very scarce. Near Fine (slight sunning to the spine to approximately 6 early titles; most all of the titles As New). 1) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 1: 21. May 1995; 2) John Gossage, Four American Photographs; 3) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 2: 21. April 1996 ("Bee"); 4) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 3: 25. June 1996 ("Blue Sky"); 5) Chan Chao, Letter from P.L.F. (Burma); 6) Todd Hido, Taft Street; 7) Ron van Dongen, Rosa Ferreus; 8) Susan Hornbeak-Ortiz, True; 9) Bill Jay, Bill Brandt; 10) Julien Coulommier, Soleil Cou Coupe; 11) Yuki Onodera, How to Make a Pearl; 12) Robert Adams, Alders; 13) Risaku Suzuki, Fire: February 6; 14) Robert Heinecken, studiesnineteenseventy; 15) Don Kirby, You're not really initiated until your eyes are redder than your lips; 16) Masao Yamamoto, The Path of Green Leaves; 17) Martin Parr, 7 Communist Still Lifes; 18) Andreas Müller-Pohle, Yumiko; 19) Sara Gilbert, Cues; 20) Toshio Shibata, Type 55; 21) Michael Kenna, Boarding School; 22) Eduardo del Valle, Mirta Gómez, Four Sections of Time; 23) Weng Fen, Sitting on the Wall & Bird's Eye View; 24) Judy Gelles, Beach Boxes; 25) Naoya Hatakeyama, River Series / Shadow; 26) Boomoon Kwon, On the Clouds; 27) Camille Solyagua, Twenty-One Red-Crowned Cranes and One Black Crow; 28) Martin Parr, 7 Colonial Still Lifes; 29) Jim Stone, Why My Photographs are Good; 30) Stu Levy, Cranial Czar, Eh?; 31) Ken Ohara, One; 32) Steve Pyke: Post Partum; 33) Steve Pyke: Post Mortem; 34) Joseph Mills, e mars, Lilly's Waist; 35) Yuichi Hibi, Robert Frank, A Weekend with Mr. Frank; 36) Twinkako Ishiwata-Pichler, Desperately Seeking Twinka; 37) Ron van Dongen, A. angustatum; 38) Junko Takahashi, The Receptionist; 39) Daido Moriyama, Kuchibiru; 40) Emi Anrakuji, e hagaki; 41) Michael Kenna, Montecito Garden; 42) Tanya Marcuse, Fruitless; 43) Stephen Shore, Merced River; 44) Jesse Diamond, Drum Circle; 45) Nancy Honey, Poodle Parlour; 46) Lars Schwander, Manuel Álvarez Bravo: One Day in April 1999; 47) John Divola, Seven Dogs; 48) Masao Yamamoto, Fujisan; 49) David Maisel, Cascade Effect; 50) Rob McDonald, Birth Place; 51) Netta Madahar, Sustenance; 52) David Tseklenis, Julius Shulman Does His Own House; 53) Joe Deal, Indian Bingo; 54) Raymond Meeks, Doctrine of an Axe; 55) Mayumi Lake, Ex Post Facto; 56) Michael Kenna, Heiden Hotel; 57) Eduardo del Valle & Mirta Gómez, En Vista; 58) Edward Bateman, Mechanical Brides of the Uncanny; 59) Todd Hido: Cracked Trees; 60) Todd Hido: Crooked Cracked Tree in Fog; 61) David H. Gibson: Water Cascade: A Sequence; 62) Eiji Ina: Wacht; 63) Alec Soth: One Mississippi; 64) Mark Steinmetz: Italia: Cronaca di un Amore; 65) Pine & Woods: For Constance; 66) Hiroshi Watanabe: Love Point; 67) Terri Weifenbach: Some Insects; 68) Sally Mann, Rob McDonald and Even Rogers: Cy's Rollei; 69) Corey Arnold: Fishing with My Dad 1978-1995; 70) Joni Harbeck & Neil Krug: Indian Girl; 71) Steve Fitch: Motel Signs; 72) Liz Steketee: Dystopia; 73) Stephen Shore: Pet Pictures; 74) Martin Parr: Seven Cups of Tea; 75) Stu Levy: Honk If You Love Stieglitz: Jerry Uelsmann, A Grid-Portrait; 76) Leon Borensztein: Portraits ii; 77) Carol E. Richards: Bir. Seller Inventory # 109912

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Erikson, Steven

Published by Subterranean Press, USA (2009)

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About this Item: Subterranean Press, USA, 2009. Hard Cover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Komarck, Michael; Drummond, J.K.; Burley, Sam; St. Onge, Lauren; Bradley, Noah; Arnold, Tommy; Simonetti, Marc (illustrator). Limited Edition. A matching new and unread set of the first eight books in the Malazan Books of the Fallen. Each book is one of 500 numbered limited edition copies signed by Steven Erikson. With purchase, the buyer is entitled to the rights to buy the remaining 2 books from us at the published price. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 010176

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Berk, Arnold; Kaiser, Chris A.; Lodish, Harvey; Amon, Angelika; Ploegh, Hidde; Bretscher, Anthony; Krieger, Monty; Martin, Kelsey C.

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Berk, Arnold; Kaiser, Chris A.; Lodish, Harvey; Amon, Angelika; Ploegh, Hidde; Bretscher, Anthony; Krieger, Monty; Martin, Kelsey C.

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About this Item: W.H.Freeman & Co Ltd. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1464187444 Great condition for a used book! No Highlighting , No Marking. Have Minimal wear. 100% Money Back Guarantee.CDs ,Access Code and Supplements might not be with the book. Seller Inventory # VU-2-8-9781464187445

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Schönberg, Arnold:

Published by Berlin-Charlottenburg, Nussbaum-Allee 17, Im Selbstverlag des Komponisten (1929)

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About this Item: Berlin-Charlottenburg, Nussbaum-Allee 17, Im Selbstverlag des Komponisten, 1929. 149 S. Noten Folio. Gebunden in Halbleinen, bis auf wenige zarte Bleistiftanmerkungen sehr gutes Ex., vorne eingeklebt ein Blatt mit der Abb. des Bühnenbildes v. 1930; BEILIEGT: 1 Blatt mit Text v. Theodor Wiesengrund-Adorno zur Uraufführung aus "Die Musik, XXII/6 März 1930" Max Blonda (d.i. das Pseudonym von Gertrud Schönberg, geb. Kolisch (1898-1967) ////////// In den Jahren 1928 bis 1929 stellte Arnold Schönberg die Komposition seiner einaktigen Oper "Von heute auf morgen" op. 32 musikalisch fertig. Das wahrscheinlich früheste Manuskript des Librettos ist auf den 21. Oktober 1928 datiert und stammt von Arnold Schönberg selbst, der jedoch lediglich auf anderthalb Seiten das Thema für die Oper skizziert hatte. Auf dem Titelblatt wurde dann später der Name "Max Blonda" als Textautor vermerkt. Nach dem Krieg gab man jedoch bekannt, dass Gertrud Schönberg die eigentliche Verfasserin des Librettos gewesen und der Text für die Komische Oper lediglich unter dem Pseudonym "Max Blonda" ("große Blonde"?; vgl. Grun 2006, S. 551) veröffentlicht worden war. Leider ist von dem Libretto keine Niederschrift oder Typoskript von Gertrud Schönberg erhalten (vgl. GA, Bd. 7B, Teil 1, S. 12f.) //////////// Schönbergs Kritik der Gattung Zeitoper manifestiert sich in erster Linie in der Anwendung seiner nun ausgereiften Zwölftonmethode unter Einbeziehung der am häufigsten verwendeten musikalischen Stilelemente des Genres: Imitation amerikanischer Tanzmusik und Jazz. Schönberg war offensichtlich davon überzeugt, daß die nunmehr ausgefeilte Zwölftonmethode flexibel genug sei, um in einer aktuellen komischen Oper Anwendung finden zu können. Für Schönberg stellte die Zwölftonmethode kompositorisch eine Art Schlüssel zur Zukunft dar, und in »Von heute auf morgen« versuchte er zu beweisen, dass dieser Schlüssel keinen Widerspruch zu populärem Erfolg darstellen musste. Die Aufführungen an der Frankfurter Oper und über Rundfunk im Jahr 1930 sollten den Komponisten jedoch enttäuschen. Seine Hoffnungen auf populären Erfolg sollten sich nicht bewahrheiten. Etwa zwei Monate nach der Uraufführung verfasste Schönberg den Essay »Mein Publikum«, in dem er argumentiert, die Sachverständigen - vor allem Dirigenten, Ausführende und andere im Musikleben einflußreiche Personen - seien für den Mangel an Verständnis seiner Musik verantwortlich zu machen. (siehe Arnold Schönberg Center) ////// Von heute auf morgen (From Today to Tomorrow or From One Day to the Next) is a one act opera composed by Arnold Schoenberg, to a German libretto by "Max Blonda," the pseudonym of Gertrud Schoenberg, the composer's wife. It is the composer's opus 32. The opera was composed at the end of 1928 (finished on the first day of 1929), and was premiered in Frankfurt on 1 February 1930, with William Steinberg conducting Herbert Graf's production. It was the first twelve-tone opera, and Schoenberg's only comedy. Seller Inventory # 38410

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Ruge, Arnold (Hrsg.):

Published by Leipzig., Verlagsbureau Arnold Ruge (1848)

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About this Item: Leipzig., Verlagsbureau Arnold Ruge, 1848. 340 S. Kl.8°, HLn. Erstausgabe. Seltener Titel aus der Revolutionszeit 1848. Der demokratische Linke und spätere Abgeordnete der Frankfurter Nationalversammlung Arnold Ruge (1802 ? 1880) gab zwischen 1838 und 1843 die ?Hallischen Jahrbücher?, die als wichtigstes publizistisches Organ der Junghegelianer galten, heraus. Nach dem Verbot dieser Zeitschrift und Übersiedlung nach Paris veröffentlichte er mit Karl Marx die ?Deutsch-Französischen Jahrbücher? 1847 kehrte er nach seinem Exil in der Schweiz nach Deutschland zurück und ließ sich in Leipzig als Buchhändler nieder. Er betrieb dort auch einen kleinen Verlag, in dem 1848 die Schrift ?Die Akademie ? ein philosophisches Taschenbuch? erschien, die als einer der wichtigsten Veröffentlichung dieses Verlages gilt. Von Arnold Ruge selber sind folgende Texte abgedruckt: Die Religion unserer Zeit ; Was wird daraus werden? Ein politischer Brief an die Deutschen ; Die letzte Vorstellung gegen Censurgerichtsbarkeit und Censurverbote in Deutschland ; Politische Thesen. Enthält auch: Kuno Fischer ? Ludwig Feuerbach und die Philosophie unserer Zeit ; R. H. Neumann ? Die Pflicht des Staats gegen seine Verbrecher ; Carl Lampe ? Eine Deputirtenwahl zu Hammerfest, innerhalb des Polarkreises. - Einband berieben und bestoßen, Namenszug und Schriftzüge auf Titelblatt und den Vorsätzen, Textteil braunfleckig und teilweise mit Anstreichungen. 450 gr. Seller Inventory # BER77953

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Kathleen R. Arnold

Published by State University of New York Press (2004)

ISBN 10: 0791461114 ISBN 13: 9780791461112

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About this Item: State University of New York Press, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0791461114

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Epitome Theatri Orteliani : praecipuarum orbis regionum: Abraham Ortelius; ;

Abraham Ortelius; ; Philipp Galle; Arnold Coninx; Pieter Heyns

Published by P. Gallaeo excudebat A. Coninx (1595)

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About this Item: P. Gallaeo excudebat A. Coninx, 1595. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Oblong octavo atlas. 12 x 16 cm. Bound in contemporary limp vellum. Collated: [7], 1-2, 4-5, 7-109 pp, [2]. Engraved frontis, 107 maps (of 109). Lacking maps of Asia, p.3 and England, p. 6 [Anglia]. Some soiling, discoloration to some of pages, mostly to the margins. Contemporary ink marginalia to a few leaves. Repair to margin of maps 105-106 (Anatolia & Egypt) and an index leaf. Ink ownership signature and rubber stamp on title. Title margin slightly worn. Ortelius first published the Theatrum Orbis Terrarium (The Theatre of the World) in 1570. "The publication of [the first edition] of this atlas marked an epoch in the history of cartography. It was the first uniformly sized, systematic collection of maps of the countries of the world based only on contemporary knowledge and in that sense may be called the first modern atlas" (Tooley Maps and Map-Makers p. 29, citing 1st ed.). This "pocket" version of Ortelius's atlas was used by travelers and students for whom the folio would be inconvenient or expensive. The Atlas includes Ortelius' famous world map: "Typus Orbis Terrarum," (p. 1) and his map of the Americas "Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio," (p. 5) Phillips (Atlases) 394.; Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici III.76, Ort. 56. The first Latin ed. of this version was published in 1589. Seller Inventory # 1709250176

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Colom, Arnold

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About this Item: 1656. No Binding. Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Rare sea-chart of South America. c.1656. Amsterdam. Printer on heavy paper, with fine colour; excellent example. 622 mm x 545 mm. Colom's is one of the earliest obtainable Dutch Sea Charts to show the Sea Coasts of South America. The map shows the coastal features of South America south of the Equator, with a large inset of Central America. The chart is executed in the Portolan style, with rhumblines and fine coastal detail for the time period. Arnold Colom was the son of Jacob Colom, a well-regarded Amsterdam bookseller, printer, and chart-maker. Colom produced two sea atlases, a guide and pilot for the Mediterranean and a general sea atlas of the World. Colom's Zee Atlas, published between 1654 58, was one of the largest format sea atlases of the 17th Century, with each chart printed from an oversized copper plate. Koeman describes the atlas as "One of the most important atlases in the well known category of Dutch sea-atlases". Apart from its rarity, the Zee-Atlas was of importance for its inclusion of the earliest Dutch sea chart of the New Netherlands to appear in an atlas (Jacob Theunisz Lootsman's chart is believed to pre-date it, but seems not to have been regularly published until later), while the "three charts of the oceans are on the same scale (1:14mill.) as Portuguese and Spanish charts of that time. It marked the first time that such charts were published as atlas sheets" (Koeman IV, p.115). Seller Inventory # ABE-12188433972

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Schoenberg, Arnold.

Published by B. Schott's Söhne Universal Edition 1966-2004, Mainz, Wien (1966)

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About this Item: B. Schott's Söhne Universal Edition 1966-2004, Mainz, Wien, 1966. Hard Cover. Condition: Fine. 58 volumes: all volumes published through 2004. (About 10 volumes have been published since 2004 and more volumes are projected.) This set is available at a reduced price. Shipping cost will be quoted. Total volume weight unpacked is 172 pounds. Shipping outside of the U.S. would be prohibitively expensive except via M-bag. A detailed listing is available. Please inquire. Seller Inventory # 7188

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Haultain, Theodore Arnold

Published by Houghton Mifflin, Boston, MA (1908)

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About this Item: Houghton Mifflin, Boston, MA, 1908. 1/4 Cloth and Boards. Condition: Fine. Limited Edition in Slipcase. "A briefe Account of Games in generall; their origine; Antiqutie; & Rampancies: and of the game ycleped Golf in particular: its Uniqueness: its Curiosness: and Its Difficultie; its anatomical, philsophicall, and moral properties: together with diverse Concepts and other Matters to it, appertaining." Illustrated. 151 pages. Edition limited to 440 copies. Warde/Bruce Roberts Designer of Books 90. ¼ cloth and boards. The first book on the psychology of golf. This well-written classic is thought by many to be the most entertaining as well as one of the most important books ever written on the game of golf. Provenance: gilt embossed bookplate of Julia Parker Wightman on front pastedown. Wightman (1909-1994) was a collector of fine bindings and rare books. Her library was bequeathed to the Morgan Library in 1994. As one might expect, Wightman's copy is in fine collector condition, completely unmarked, in the original slipcase (edges professionally strengthened). None finer on the market today; perhaps none finer in any collection. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 200755

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Newman, Joseph M. (director); Arnold, Jack (director)

Published by Universal (1955)

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About this Item: Universal, 1955. No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Vintage original 40 x 30" (100 x 75 cm.) poster, USA. Jeff Morrow, Faith Domergue, Rex Reason, Lance Fuller, Russell Johnson, dir: Joseph M. Newman, Jack Arnold: Universal. One of the top science fiction classics of the 1950s. Here is a very rare poster indeed. The story involved aliens coming to Earth to engage scientists in a scheme to wage war and destroy the planet. The film, made on a very modest Universal budget, was likely not really in the making for 2 ½ years, but the studio was dissatisfied with director Newman's work and hired Jack Arnold to reshoot a great portion of the film. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart supplied the music score. Poster is rolled. It displays a fair amount of creasing, at edges particularly at the top and bottom. There is inner creasing, more evident in the title box area. Tears at edges have been repaired with brown tape and there are a few small unrepaired edge tears. The top image portion with portrait of Domergue and Reason and the alien to the right is a pasteover and the foot area of the alien has lifted slightly. VERY GOOD. Seller Inventory # wf2550

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About this Item: Wien u. Leipzig, Universal-Edition 1914., 1914. Der Originaldruck der limitierten Vorzugsausgabe der "Großen Partitur" auf Bütten, in lediglich 50 Exemplaren erschienen. Fol. Tit., 78 S. Okart., goldbedruckter Büttenkarton, unbeschnitten. Ecken sehr gering bestoßen. 2. Umschlagseite mit kl. Eignerstemp. Vortitelblatt numeriert und von Schönberg signiert. Seller Inventory # STLS0093

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