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[Dalziel, George- Inscribed] Mattie Grey and Other Poems by GD
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[Dalziel, George- Inscribed] Mattie Grey and Other Poems by GD

by Dalziel, George

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London: Printed for Private Distribution, 1873. Inscribed on the half-title page by writer and famed engraver George Dalziel to English translator and children's author Henry William Dulcken: "To Dr H W Dulcken/ With the Authors/ very best regards/ July 2/73." First edition. Octavo. 223 pages. Green cloth with gilt rules, titles, and author's stylized initials "GD" on front cover and spine. Cloth bubbled up from boards, corners bumped, lower left corner of rear board bent, lightly soiled, joints cracking near head and foot of spine, front hinge starting, rear hinge cracked, small holograph pencil annotation on verso of front free endpaper, small binders label on rear pastedown; occasional thumb creases, smudges, or minor soiling; nonetheless in very good condition.
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[Daniel, Henry M] His Majesty's Valiants: Being a Short Account of Valiant Deeds Accomplished by...
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[Daniel, Henry M] His Majesty's Valiants: Being a Short Account of Valiant Deeds Accomplished by the King's and Queen's Ships of that Name Between the Years 1759 and 1922

by Daniel, Henry M.

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n.p.: Printed by Henry M. Daniel [Execudabat Henricus Danielus nauta], 1923. First edition thus. First edition thus. Bound in vellum with gilt title to spine. The scarce first volume under the direction of Henry Daniel's (Daniel Press) nephew. Top edge gilt. As noted in the rear of the volume: "The Press is the same as that on which his uncle and father collaborated at Frome, and on which in 1887 the former, Dr. Henry Daniel of Oxford, printed "The Garland of Rachel." Title page printed in black, red, blue, and gold, with charming initials--set in landscapes--throughout. Though no limitation is noted, it was likely quite small; just 5 copies noted in OCLC. Measures approx. 4.25" x 6". Some spotting to vellum covers. The Grolier club provides this additional information: "This small book, produced by Henry Danielís nephew, Henry Martin Daniel, a naval officer, represents a curious episode in the afterlife of the Daniel Press. It was made on the same table press used by Daniel and his brothers at… Read More
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[Rossetti, Dante Gabriel- Dannreuther Rarity- First Appearance DGR Song] AUTUMN SONG
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[Rossetti, Dante Gabriel- Dannreuther Rarity- First Appearance DGR Song] AUTUMN SONG

by Dannreuther, Edward

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Three quarter parchment boards, marbled boards. Original programme entitled, "Specimens From A Cycle of English Songs and Lyrics. The Music of Edward Dannreuther. Exceedingly scarce programme containing poems (i.e. songs adapted by Dannreuther) by Rossetti, William Morris, Swinburne and others and the FIRST APPEARANCE OF D. G. ROSSETTI'S POEM, "Autumn Song," which differs from the printed version. A most scarce survival, the entire program and wrappers being bound into a book with many ancillary pages at end. Wear to covers, else near fine. Edward Dannreuther was a popular German pianist and composer who took up residence in England in 1863 and rapidly became a Pre-Raphaelite admirer and enthusiast who adapted some of their poetry, especially Rossetti's, into song. As well, "Love-Lily," by DGR appears here, and others by William Morris, etc. Most scarce.
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[Binding, Fine- Gruel, Leon; A Monumental, Stunning Binding] Petites Fleurs
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[Binding, Fine- Gruel, Leon; A Monumental, Stunning Binding] Petites Fleurs

by D'Assise, Saint Francois

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Paris: Jacques Beltrand, 1913. Large quarto, 14 x 10 1/2 inches. Exquisitely bound by LÈon Gruel (184-1923), renowned French bookbinder, poet and illustrator, known for his exquisite inlaid decorative bindings of great aesthetic appeal. The binding was commissioned by Charles J. Gillet, and bears his signature and, "Paris, 1913" on the front doublure; as well, signed with Gruel's gilt stamped signature on rear doublure. A stunning mosaic style binding, finely inlaid in multiple colors in full tan crushed and polished morocco on both covers with all over design of rose branches in dark russet morocco and flowers in various pinks and creams, with shoots in green over a border of "basket-weave" impressed into a light brown morocco, and edges in turquoise. The spine composed of a similar floral motif, compartments and two russet morocco labels titled in gilt with five raised bands, dark russet brown morocco doublures with borders ruled in gilt & blind and inlaid roses in cream, pink & green to… Read More
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[Rogers, Bruce] Super-Power Carl
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[Rogers, Bruce] Super-Power Carl

by Davenport, H. (Bruce Rogers, editor)

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Oxford: Printed at the Sign of The Corybantes under the Aegis of Doctor Johnson at the Oxford University Press, 1933. 4to. 12pp. Original blue card wrappers, overlapping to inside, with printed square label on front cover. Limited to only 51 Copies. This is an exceedingly scarce Bruce Rogers item, with a fabulous full-page frontispiece woodcut illustration, headpiece, vignette embellishments, "Finnes," colophon and typography, all by Bruce Rogers. Very scarce, near fine.
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[Davies, Maria- Armstrong, Margaret] Rose of Old Harpeth

[Davies, Maria- Armstrong, Margaret] Rose of Old Harpeth

by Davies, Maria Thompson

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Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1911. First edition. First edition. Blue cloth with attractive cover design stamped in light yellow and green by Margaret Armstrong. Spine somewhat worn, corners bumped.
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The Original, Nature, and Immortality of the Soul. A Poem

The Original, Nature, and Immortality of the Soul. A Poem

by Davies, Sir John

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London: S. Keimer for Hammond Banks, 1714. Second edition. Second edition. 12mo. Bound in nineteenth century red goatskin, gilt-tooled covers in with a double fillet border and ornate rectilinear motif, six panels with gilt compartments. An attractive binding on this second edition of a book that was widely acclaimed dealing with the nature of the soul.
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[Rogers, Bruce] Colossi, A Lyric Anthology
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[Rogers, Bruce] Colossi, A Lyric Anthology

by Davis, Edward Hatton ed. (and five others}

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Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1906. First edition. First edition. Original dark gay paper covered boards, parchment spine, gilt lettering.Inscribed #377 below copyright imprint. Inscribed by one of the editors, Edward Hatton Davis to his wife: "To Edith Appleby Davis from her husband, 1911." As well, book is inscribed by ALL SIX EDITORS on preliminary page. One corner bumped, else near fine.
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[Day, F. Holland- Original Watercolor by One of the Leading American Late Nineteenth Century...

[Day, F. Holland- Original Watercolor by One of the Leading American Late Nineteenth Century Photographer] Original Watercolor Commemorating F. Holland Day Paris Stay While Working on Balzac

by Day, F. Holland

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Paris, 1889. 11 x 9 inches. Circa 1889, Day became intrigued with the French author Balzac, and during a trip to Paris painted three watercolors while he was researching Balzac and making connections with other artists and authors. As well, he photographed these houses, and some of those original prints still turn up on the market. This is a wonderful watercolor painting of a house which probably captured his eye based on its whimsical architecture, as well as the placard affixed to the front, which reads, ìDefense DíAfficher, a phrase coined in the 1700's which basically means, I do not post any advertisements here.î wonderful watercolor executed by F. Holland Day An avid publisher, book collector, and photographer, F. Holland Day was a dedicated aesthete and well-known figure in turn-of-the-century Boston. He was one of the earliest advocates of Pictorial photography in America and, like Alfred Stieglitz (with whom he corresponded until they had a serious disagreement around 1902), he… Read More
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[Day, F. Holland- Substantial Archive of Eight Letters To F. Holling Day from the Daughter of...

[Day, F. Holland- Substantial Archive of Eight Letters To F. Holling Day from the Daughter of Keats' Friend] ALS Archive to F. Holland Day from Mary F. Macareth Regarding F H. Day's Research on Keats

by Day, F. Holland

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Eight letters from Mary F. Macareth to F. Holland Day comprising replies and queries to his letters over a sixth month period (Aug. 11, 1890 to Feb. 13, 1891) regarding her father, George Macareth, who was a close associate with John Keats in early days of studying medicine. Fred Holland Day was an enthusiastic collector of John Keats, amassed a large collection of Keats and Keatsiana, and he led the campaign which resulted in the first memorial to Keats (placed in Hampstead Church in 1894. These letters were written by Keats during his stays in London and Madrid, while he was doing especially comprehensive research on Keats. In these letters, it is clear that Day was trying to obtain Keats-related material from Macareth, and the exchanges indicate a rather straightforward individual trying at once to help a prominent figure, as well as trying to safeguard her own interests (see below). Eight letters, 12mo, very good or better condition, all but one are accompanied by the original envelope, addressed… Read More
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[Day, F. Holland- Original Sketches by William Goodrich Beal Commissioned by Day for Book...
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[Day, F. Holland- Original Sketches by William Goodrich Beal Commissioned by Day for Book Project] Three William Beal Sketches For F. Holland Day Meant to Extra-Illustrate A Book From Day's Keats Collection

by Day, F. Holland

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Various sizes (see below) on art paper, all 1894. Offered here are three fine watercolor, charcoal and ink sketches by William Goodrich Beal, (1855-1919) artist specializing in etching in the Boston area and a friend of F. Holland Day who did at least three drawings meant to extra-illustrate a book from day's collection of Keats books. #1) 6 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches, "Keats Surgery at Edmonton. Aug 94, Dr. Hammond's House." #2) 5 /4 x 6 1/2 inches, "Grave of Thomas Hammond, Edmonton, Aug. 94. #3) 10 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches, "The Knocker on the door of Keats' House at Edmonton, Drawn for my Friend F. Holland Day. W. Goodrich Beal, Edmonton, Aug, 94." FHD was an enthusiastic collector of John Keats and led the campaign which resulted in the first memorial to Keats being placed n Hampstead Church, in 1894. William Goodrich Beal (1855-1919), painter and etcher, was active in the Boston area during the late 19th century, exhibiting at the Chicago Art Institute and elsewhere. His etchings and paintings are in major… Read More
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[Day, F. Holland- Designed by Day] Bookplate by Day, Designed for HImself

[Day, F. Holland- Designed by Day] Bookplate by Day, Designed for HImself

by [Day, F. Holland]

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Large-size (4 1/2 x 6 inches) original and unused bright orange bookplate for F. Holland Day, designed by Day himself, or Goodhue. There is also a small one in black or orange, but this is the large one. Day used it n his books, but didn't give them away, so having an unused one is special.
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[Day, F. Holland] Two Small Manuscripts, and Two ALS to FHD Regarding William Hazlitt Brass...

[Day, F. Holland] Two Small Manuscripts, and Two ALS to FHD Regarding William Hazlitt Brass Memorial]

by Day, F. Holland

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Offered here are two one-page Fred Holland Day manuscripts, and two letters to Day (both 1890, see descriptions following) concerning a plan, along with his close friend Louise Imogen Guiney, to put up a plaque in memory of William Hazlitt (at Hazlitt's church). FHD (1864-1933) was a prominent American photographer and publisher, circling in both literary and photography circles in the late Nineteenth Century, and co-founder of Copeland & Day, a Boston publisher who produced Beardsely's Salome and about 100 titles. 1) Two autograph letters signed: the first, dated Sept. 10, 1890, from Edwin F. Dyke, Maidstone, from the Vicarage, Sept two pages. "... if you will send me the design for the brass tablet you would desire to place in my church in memory of William Hazlett and will be content to omit the last 3 lines of the enclosed inscription, I will see what I can to fall in with your wishes... etc." The second letter is dated Sept. 9, 1890, two pages, from Nigel Wade at St. Anne's Rectory in Soho… Read More
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[Morris, William] The Art of William Morris
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[Morris, William] The Art of William Morris

by Day, Lewis F.

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London: J. S. Virtue & Co, 1899. First edition. First edition. Large 4to. Maroon cloth, gilt lettering on cover. 32pp, Lacks pictorial wrappers. 12 pages of ads split into section in front and section at back. Four gorgeous full-page tissue-guarded color plates, illustrations throughout in black and white. Slight cover wear, very good.
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[de la Mare, Walter] Original Holograph Complete Manuscript of His Poem, Snowing

[de la Mare, Walter] Original Holograph Complete Manuscript of His Poem, "Snowing"

by de la Mare, Walter

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8vo sheet. Holograph manuscript in de la Mare's hand of his poem, "Snowing," though entitled "Snow," interestingly, but not his more acclaimed poem by that title. This poem, which begins, "Snowing; snowing;/Low, between earth and sky,/A wintry wind is blowing, Scattering with its sigh..." consisting of three stanzas, each with eight lines, is documented, though less known. The poem is signed by Walter de la Mare at the bottom, and dated May 21, 1921. The poem is one of the few which the poet recorded with his own voice. Quite scarce thus.
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[De La Mare, Walter] Self to Self
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[De La Mare, Walter] Self to Self

by De La Mare, Walter

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London: Faber & Gwyer, 1928. First Edition. First Edition. Original beige paper covered boards, gilt lettering on cover. Large Paper Copy, #280 of 500 Copies, Signed by De La Mare. Wood engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton. This is No. 11 of the Ariel Poems series. Near fine.
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[Equestrian- Superb Watercolor Painting] by Henry Montpezat, Noted French Painter

[Equestrian- Superb Watercolor Painting] by Henry Montpezat, Noted French Painter

by de Montpezat, Henry

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9 x 11.5 inches. A superb and wonderfully executed painting by Henry Auguste d'Ainecy de Montpezat (1817-1859) Count of Montpezat, born in Paris, was known for his exquisite equestrian and portrait paintings. Several of his paintings are kept in museums in France such as the Louvre and the Historical Museum of The Hague. The image shows a finely dressed rider of nobility in a courtyard on a white steed that is rearing on its haunches. Signed, "Montpezat." In nice matted frame. Fine.
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[de Monvel, Boutet- Four Books] Vielles Chansons et Rondes Pour Les Petits Enfants
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[de Monvel, Boutet- Four Books] Vielles Chansons et Rondes Pour Les Petits Enfants

by de Monvel, Boutet

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Paris: Plon. Oblong quarto. Original brightly decorated pink cloth with bold gilt floral design on both covers, lettering in black on cover. In original printed dust wrapper. Illustrated throughout by BOUTET DE MONVEL. "Margaret R. Gest, 1923," written on front endpaper.
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[de Monvel, Boutet- Four Books] La Civilite Puerile; Chansons de France; Filles et Garcons; Nos...
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[de Monvel, Boutet- Four Books] La Civilite Puerile; Chansons de France; Filles et Garcons; Nos Enfants Scenes de la Ville et des Champs

by de Monvel, L.M. Boutet

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Offered here is a mini-collection of four books illustrated by de Monvel, all in very good or better condition, and from the Estate of Huguette Clark, heiress and phlanthropist. 1) La Civilite Puerile et Honnete. Plon-Nourrit et Cie, Paris. 1902. 10.75"w x 9"h. 47 pages + (1) page publisher's catalog at back. 2) Chansons de France pour les Petits Francais. Plon-Nourrit et Cie, Paris. No date, c. 1927. 10.5"w x 8.75"h. 48 pages + 1 page ads. 3) Anatole France. Filles et Garcons Scenes de la Ville et des Champs. Hachette, Paris. No date. 8.25"w x 11.25"h. 25 pages + 12 full-page color plates. 4) Anatole France. Nos Enfants Scenes de la Ville et des Champs. Hachette, Paris. No date. 8.25"w x 11.25"h. 25 pages + 12 full-page color plates. Laid in is a letter from the firm Whitman and Ransom to Huguette Clark referencing a search for the song books.
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[de Monvel, L.M. Boutet ] Nos Enfants Scenes de la Ville et des Champs
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[de Monvel, L.M. Boutet ] Nos Enfants Scenes de la Ville et des Champs

by de Monvel, L.M. Boutet

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Paris: Hachette. Original green pictorial paper covered boards. Superb color sepia illustrations throughout by de Monvel. Fine.
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