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[Kadinsky, Wassily] Tendences Nouvelles No. 29, 1907
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[Kadinsky, Wassily] Tendences Nouvelles No. 29, 1907

by Kadinsky, Wassily

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Paris: Organe Officiel Illustre de LíUnion International des des Beaux-Art, des Lettres, des Sciences et de líIndustrie, 1907. First edition. First edition. Original scarce number of this Parisian revue, pictorial covers, No. 29. pp. [523]-[554] This number includes 5 original woodcuts by Kandinsky. Roethel Reference: Der Rhein (The Rhine) 1903 printed in front cover and page 527. (R#12) Shiffe (Ships) 1903 (R#11) Zweikampf (Duel) 1903 (R#22) Springbrunnen (fountain) 1907 (R#72) Die Jagd ( The Hunt) 1903 (R#23) printed in back cover. Les Tendances Nouvelles the Parisian art revue, founded with the aim of enabling artists to freely shared their work to the public from different circles and countries. Les Tendances Nouvelles is an important publication intended to expose the audience to the beauty and to the philosophic co-operative nature of the Art, in the unity of all its expressions. Rich of artistic contributions from many artists and authors on the vanguard of that time, the revue represent… Read More
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[Kadinsky, Wassily] Tendences Nouvelles No. 40, 1908
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[Kadinsky, Wassily] Tendences Nouvelles No. 40, 1908

by Kadinsky, Wassily

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Paris: Organe Officiel Illustre de LíUnion International des des Beaux-Art, des Lettres, des Sciences et de líIndustrie, 1908. First edition. First edition. Original scarce number of this Parisian revue, pictorial covers, No. 40. pp. [847]-[882]. This number includes 3 original woodcuts by Kandinsky. Roethel Reference: kirche (Church) 1907 (R#55) Sitzende M‰dchen (Sitting Girl) 1907 (R#67) Reiterin und kind (Horsewoman and child) 1907 (R#74) Les Tendances Nouvelles the Parisian art revue, founded with the aim of enabling artists to freely shared their work to the public from different circles and countries. Les Tendances Nouvelles is an important publication intended to expose the audience to the beauty and to the philosophic co-operative nature of the Art, in the unity of all its expressions. Rich with artistic contributions from many artists and authors on the vanguard of the art world at that time, the revue represents the artistic expression of the 20th century. It was founded on May… Read More
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[Kadkinsky, Wassily] Tendences Nouvelles No. 48, 1909
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[Kadkinsky, Wassily] Tendences Nouvelles No. 48, 1909

by Kadkinsky, Wassily

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Paris: Organe Officiel Illustre de LíUnion International des des Beaux-Art, des Lettres, des Sciences et de líIndustrie, 1909. First edition. First edition. Original scarce number of this Parisian revue, pictorial covers, No. 48. pp. [1111]-[1142]. This number includes 1 original woodcut by Kandinsky. Roethel Reference: Schalmei (shawm) 1907 (R#54). Les Tendances Nouvelles the Parisian art revue, founded with the aim of enabling artists to freely shared their work to the public from different circles and countries. Les Tendances Nouvelles is an important publication intended to expose the audience to the beauty and to the philosophic co-operative nature of the Art, in the unity of all its expressions. Rich of artistic contributions from many artists and authors on the vanguard of that time, the revue represent the artistic expression of the 20th century. It was founded on May 1904 and ended on August 1914. Foxing to covers and a few leaves, otherwise near fine internally.
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[Kadkinsky, Wassily] Tendences Nouvelles No. 49, 1909
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[Kadkinsky, Wassily] Tendences Nouvelles No. 49, 1909

by Kadkinsky, Wassily

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Paris: Organe Officiel Illustre de LíUnion International des des Beaux-Art, des Lettres, des Sciences et de líIndustrie, 1909. First edition. First edition. Original scarce number of this Parisian revue, pictorial covers, No. 49. pp. [1143]-[1174].This number includes 1 original woodcut by Kandinsky. Roethel Reference: Vogel (Bird) 1907 (R#65) Les Tendances Nouvelles the Parisian art revue, founded with the aim of enabling artists to freely shared their work to the public from different circles and countries. Les Tendances Nouvelles is an important publication intended to expose the audience to the beauty and to the philosophic co-operative nature of the Art, in the unity of all its expressions. Rich of artistic contributions from many artists and authors on the vanguard of that time, the revue represent the artistic expression of the 20th century. It was founded on May 1904 and ended on August 1914. Covers slightly torn at spine, else near fine internally.
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[Jugendstil] Chodowiecki
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[Jugendstil] Chodowiecki

by Kaemmerer, Ludwig

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Bielefeld and Leipzig: Velhagen & Klasing, 1897. First Edition. First Edition. 4to. Fabulous Art Nouveau book printed in Germany at the Turn of the Century featuring distinctive Jugendstil design elements. Original publisher's white cloth with bold Art Nouveau style boldly gilt-stamped cover design and lettering. The endpapers are printed in striking repeating gilt printed design. With 204 illustrations throughout after paintings, etchings and drawings. With attractive contemporary woodcut bookplate. AEG. Fine condition.
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[Beardsley Interest] Lidwigey. Buchhandlung
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[Beardsley Interest] Lidwigey. Buchhandlung

by [Hans Kaiser]

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Hannover: Druck von A. Molling, 1919. First edition. First edition. Original pictorial paper covered boards with superb cover illustration by Aubrey Beardsley. Full-page frontispiece illustration, also Beardsley. Bookseller's catalog (Hans Kaiser), Germany, printed in German. 24pp. Near fine. Scarce.
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[Boyle, Eleanor Vere, EVB] The Magic Valley

[Boyle, Eleanor Vere, EVB] The Magic Valley

by Keary, E.

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London: Macmillan, 1877. First edition. First edition. Blue gray cloth with black and gilt designs on front cover and spine. 176pp. 13 full-page plates by E.V.B. (Eleanor Vere Boyle). Corners bumped, near fine copy of a scarce title to find in presentable condition.
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[Binding, Fine- Stunning Elaborately Inlaid Binding DE SAUTY] Poems
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[Binding, Fine- Stunning Elaborately Inlaid Binding DE SAUTY] Poems

by Keats, John

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London: Vale Press, 1898. First Edition Thus. First Edition Thus. Two volumes. Fine Condition. An utterly magnificent, elaborately inlaid binding (both covers and spine) by the renowned English (and later American) bookbinder, Alfred de Sauty, who is widely regarded as one of the finest bookbinders of the early 1900ís, originally working as a finisher for Riviere. De Sauty then designed bindings for the prestigious Hampstead Bindery, taught bookbinding in England, and later emigrated to the U.S. to become the head of the esteemed bindery at R. R. Donnelley in Chicago (see below). In this exquisite binding for the Vale Press Keats (1898) we find an intricately and finely designed inlaid binding with OVER 250 individual inlaid pieces of varying colored morocco in a highly appealing design. The covers are filled with gathered leaves and grape clumps forming and emanating from the sides, and all coming together in a central, interwoven group. There are gilt-stamped winding vines, as well as attractive… Read More
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[Binding, Fine- Bagguley, George Thomas] The Sonnets
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[Binding, Fine- Bagguley, George Thomas] The Sonnets

by Keats, John

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n.p., 1900. Quarto, 8 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches. Superbly bound by Bagguley of Newcastle-uner-Lyme (stamped in gilt on front lower dentelle), in full deep blue crushed morocco with stunning gilt-tooled central "snowflake" design on both covers composed of floral, foliate and pointille tools, enclosed by broad borders of leaf rolls with floral corner- and centerpieces within rules, the spine gilt in six compartments and titled in one, gilt ruled dentelles with floral and pointille corner-pieces. A rare and published edition, without credit to publisher, date or imprint, but this is evidently how the book was published (we found another copy with similar lack of publishing details). Half-title and exquisite woodcut title border and decorative initials to each sonnet. A FINELY-BOUND COPY, printed on handmade Whatman paper watermarked "1900." George Thomas Bagguley was an accomplished British bookbinder whose bindings are competitively collected. Born in 1860, Bagguley was a bookseller and bookbinder on High… Read More
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[Vale Press] The Poems of John Keats [together with] The Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley
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[Vale Press] The Poems of John Keats [together with] The Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley

by Keats, John and Percy Bysshe Shelley

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London: Hacon and Ricketts, The Vale Press, 1902. First editions thus. First editions thus. Tall 8vo. Two separate titles, five total volumes (two Keats, three Shelley). A superb set of both Vale Press titles, sold here together, since bound similar, and obviously stored safely together by the same owner, as all five volumes in fine condition. Bound in publisher's original beige smooth buckram cloth. Borders, initials and decorations, including a full-page decorative title in each volume of the Shelley, and double-page title spread in the Keats, by Charles Ricketts. Spine as near to original hue as ever seen. Browning to prelims in the Keats, but no browning in the three Shelley volumes, amazingly. Shelley all three volumes unopened.The finest set we have seen in some time.
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[Keeler, Louise] Elfin Songs of Sunland
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[Keeler, Louise] Elfin Songs of Sunland

by Keeler, Charles

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Berkeley: Published at the Sign of the Live-Oak, 1904. First Edition. First Edition. Publisher's beige cloth (with interesting and repeating cross-hatch stitch design), attractive cover illustration of a mirror-image of elf in stylized garden, green lettering on spine. Illustrated with title page woodcut design and repeating headpieces to all pages by Louise Keeler, the wife of the author. Some wear to covers, very good.
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[Keene, Charles S.] Autograph Letter Signed

[Keene, Charles S.] Autograph Letter Signed

by Keene, Charles

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One page letter by Charles S. Keene, 1823-1891, prolific English artist and illustrator, said to be one of the foremost English illustrators in black and white. "239 King's Road, Chelsea, Dear Boutcher, I was sorry I could not show up on Sunday but I had several engagements... I've been so chivied with work this week that it slipped my memory- pray then excuse me for this, Yours ever, Charles S. Keene."
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[Binding, Fine- Mounteney, Leonard] The Open Fire and Other Essays
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[Binding, Fine- Mounteney, Leonard] The Open Fire and Other Essays

by Kelley, William Valentine

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New York & Cincinnati: The Abingdon Press, 1922. First edition. First edition. Exquisite full deep red elaborately gilt, by Leonard Mounteney, renowned finisher for the prestigious RiviËre Bindery who apprenticed at the bindery of G. & J. Abbott in Nottingham and studied ornamental design at the Battersea Polytechnic. He worked as an exhibition finisher for Riviere before emigrating to Chicago, where he worked with Alfred de Sauty at the R. R. Donnelley bindery. Bound in rich crimson pigskin with front and back covers similarly gilt with elaborate wide corner tools connected with straight fillet line on the innermost border. The front cover displays a large hand-tooled log fire with dancing flames conceived with various gouge tools and segments. Full gilt spine with five raised bands containing gilt dots at their apex, and four decorative gilt panels. Attractive wide dentelles with five fillet rolls and corners, stunning scarlet silk moire panels and flyleaf. The binding is signed on the lower… Read More
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[Lechter, Melchior] Die Vier Buecher von der Nachfolge Christi, Auf Grundlage der Goerresschen...
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[Lechter, Melchior] Die Vier Buecher von der Nachfolge Christi, Auf Grundlage der Goerresschen Uebertragung Durchgesehen Ausgabe, Mit Symbolen von Melchior Lechter (translated: "The Four Books of the Imitation of Christ, based on the Goerres translation, Revised edition, with Symbols by Melchior Lechter."

by Kempen, Thomas von

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Berlin: Otto von Holten, The Einhorn Presse, 1922. Thick folio, 15 x 9 1/2 inches. 327pp + 8pp. Original publisher's ivory colored cardboard composition binding with elaborate all-over blind embossing and gilded cover and spine titles. Illustrated endpapers. One of 1005 copies, numbered and monogrammed by Lechter himself in the colophon. Fabulous full-page and smaller heading illustrations, etc, throughout by Melchior Lecter. TEG, others untrimmed. According to the colophon, the book was printed by Otto von Holten from May, 1914- May, 1922, and signed and numbered by Melchior Lechter by hand, and this copy bears his monogram "ML" and "No. 67," in red. With original silk page marker. Covers with edge-wear and some chipping, front cover and spine discolored, but a near fine copy internally of a beautiful and scarce Melchior Lechter title.
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[Binding, Fine- Bayntun Riviere of Bath] A KEMPIS [Works]
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[Binding, Fine- Bayntun Riviere of Bath] A KEMPIS [Works]

by Kempis, (Thomas A.)

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London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1897. First Edition. First Edition. Large 8vo, 8 1/2 x 7 inches. 266pp. Sumptuously bound by Bayntun-Riviere (signed in gilt lower front dentelle: "Bound by Bayntun (Riviere) Bath, England," in full red crushed morocco with concentric gilt-ruled bordering and central gilt detailed with "IHS" on both covers, ornate gilt decorated spine in seven compartments, wide dentelles with ornate gilt design work, superb marbled endsheets. All edges finely gilt. Printed on handmade laid paper. This is the scarce Humphrey's edition, finely printed. Fine condition in every way. Provenance: Robin de Beaumont Library, with his bookplate. Inscription by a former recent order on prelim page in pen.
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[Binding, Fine- Zaehnsdorf Exhibition Binding- 50 Copies Only] Of the Imitation of Christ
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[Binding, Fine- Zaehnsdorf Exhibition Binding- 50 Copies Only] Of the Imitation of Christ

by Kempis, Thomas A.

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London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co, 1898. First edition thus. First edition thus. Attractively bound in full russet brown morocco by Zaehnsdorf, with designs on both cover and similar motif on spine. Covers with four curved panels containing gilt fleurons connected by gouges, surrounding an arabesque design to the center of the boards. Spine with swirls of gilt tooling, interspersed and terminating in gilt fleurons. Gilt-tooled turn-ins with smaller fleurons, surrounding a burgundy doublure, tooled with gouges and fillets. Watered silk flyleaves, with dual gilt rules and small floral tools in each corner. Limited to 50 copies on large paper, of which this is #39, and signed by the printer. Printed at the Chiswick Press. Tissue-covered frontispiece. Binder's name in gilt on the front doublure, with their "exhibition quality" stamp in gilt on the rear silk flyleaf. Measures approx. 5.5" x 8". Some light rubbing to edges and joints (no cracks, hinges sound). Corners bumped.
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The David Levine Album
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The David Levine Album

by [Kerouac, Jack; Levine, David]

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New York: New York Review of Books, 1965. First edition. First edition. 4to. Original gray printed wrappers. Contents and explanation page plus 13 illustrations laid into folder of famous personalities of the period including The Beatles, Jack Kerouac, Picasso, etc. executed by David Levine, noted caricaturist of the period. Levine has inscribed his name under the Jack Kerouac drawing (#5). Slight shelf-wear, plates are fine.
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[Binding, Fine- Bound by William Worsfold] The Rubaiyat of Omar Khaayam

[Binding, Fine- Bound by William Worsfold] The Rubaiyat of Omar Khaayam

by Khayaam, Omar [Fitzgerald, trans

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London: Macmillan & Co, 1897. Beautifully bound by William Worsfold, (1856-1929) in a distinctly Art Nouveau style. Full rich crushed green cloth with tulip, leaf and vine design on all four corners of both covers, single filet ruled border, spine with five raised bands and with intricate all-over stippling design on five out six panels, carrying over the tulip design on the covers. Marbled endpapers with superb dentelles also carrying the same gilt-stamped design motif as covers, and signed on the front dentelle at bottom, "Bound by Worsfold." Worsfold was a successful bookbinder in Soho, with operations dating back to 1889, where he set up shop in Soho at 12 Frith Street. Worsfold followed in the path of his family tradition, which dates back to 1803 in London, where bookbinding services were rendered. With the decorative bookplate of Aberdeen publisher John Morgan, and with inked (red) inscription by Morgan to actuary of the Aberdeen Savings Bank Thomas Jaffrey (b. 1861), dated 1906. A gorgeous… Read More
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[Khayyam, Omar- Rubaiyat, bound by Bumpus] The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

[Khayyam, Omar- Rubaiyat, bound by Bumpus] The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

by Khayyam, Omar, Fitzgerald, Edward

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London: John Lane, Bodley Head, 1908. Gorgeous binding by Bumpus in full blue morocco with dozens of elaborate green, dark brown, ochre and red leather onlays forming an elegant and wide blossom and vine pattern surrounding the outer half-inch perimeter of the front cover and coming together in the center with additional onlaid designs via a braid motif. Spine similarly detailed. Wide dentelles with bold gilt parallel ruling (five lines each). AEG. Signed in gilt pallet at rear, "Bumpus Ltds, Oxford." One very small nick to petal onlay on cover, a fine example of Bumpus craftmanship.
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[Blue Sky Press- 100 Copies, Illumined] Spoil of the North Wind, With Ephemera
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[Blue Sky Press- 100 Copies, Illumined] Spoil of the North Wind, With Ephemera

by Khayyam, Oma (Moore, Edward, Comp)

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Chicago: Blue Sky Press, 1901. Original color decorated paper covered boards with attractive Art Nouveau tree and rose design. Special Illumined Edition, Limited to 100 Copies, Signed by Publisher, Langworthy, printed on Shandon paper. Superb color title and exquisitely illumined in sparing, pastel colors in decorative initials throughout. A fine copy. Together with an announcement for How Jaques Came into the Forest Arden, 4pp, with large decorative woodcut as well as another announcement for the same book, with hand-colored decorative initial. All fine. Scarce thus.
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