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[Icart, Louis] Le Reve
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[Icart, Louis] Le Reve

by Zola, Emile

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Monte Carlo: Editions du Livre, 1946. First edition thus. First edition thus. Bound in full crushed light brown morocco with large embossed title running longitudinally on spine in darker brown. Full page color illustrations and line drawings throughout by Louis Icart. Fine.
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[Illuminated Manuscript- Caligraphed by John Franklin Shipley, Presentation Copy] The King's...
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[Illuminated Manuscript- Caligraphed by John Franklin Shipley, Presentation Copy] The King's Messengers; An Allegory of New Year's Eve

by Shipley, Mary Elizabeth]

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(9.6 x 6.3 inches) Original full flexible vellum covers, with crimson interwoven red silk ties. An attractive manuscript fully written out in caligraph by John Franklin Shipley from a manuscript by noted author, Mary Elizabeth Shipley, in black ink with red initial letters and heightened gold and blue decorations throughout, "In the year of our LORD. 1905," [written on title page]. Title and first word on the first text page are also written in gold. Twenty fine handmade paper leaves (made by O. W. Paper & Arts Co. Ltd, and with their watermark) with untrimmed edges, sixteen with written text. A PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE ARTIST: "C. M. S from J. F. S, Christmas. AD 1907," written in fountain pen on front blank leaf. Occasional light foxing to vellum, else near fine. A very attractive and pleasing work.
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[Illuminating] The Art of Illuminating [In Wrappers, Twelve Parts]

[Illuminating] The Art of Illuminating [In Wrappers, Twelve Parts]

by Tymms, W. R.

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London: Day and Son, 1860. Large quarto. The twelve volumes in original pictorial and color wrappers, the first being TEXT and 2-12 containing the vivid color plates. 100 splendid plates in total. Very scarce in parts. Some wear to spines, some slight paper tape mends to bottoms of fragile spines, most having worn partly away, but a complete and ordered set.
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[Illumination] The Art of Illuminating. As Practiced in Europe from the Earliest Times
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[Illumination] The Art of Illuminating. As Practiced in Europe from the Earliest Times

by Tymms, W. R.

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London: Day and Son, 1869. First edition. First edition. Thick quarto. Original lavishly gilt and interwoven brown cloth both covers and spine, bevelled boards. Chromolithographed title and half-title, 100 chromolithographed plates printed on thick card paper each with tissue guard providing a thorough overview of the art of illumination from the 6th-16th Centuries. Hinges reinforced, corners very slightly bumped, else near fine copy of what is certainly the most authoritative treatise on this topic from an artistic point of view.
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[Image, Selwyn] Poems and Carols
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[Image, Selwyn] Poems and Carols

by [Image, Selwyn]

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London: Elkin Mathews, 1894. First edition. First edition. Gray paper covered boards, paper label on spine. A rare Elkin Mathews title with twoo superb woodcut vignettes and title page design, by Selwyn Image. Owned by two Nineties great collectors and scholars, Simon Nowell-Smith and Mark Samuels Lasner, with each bookplate. Spine sl. worn, else very good. Scarce.
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[Image, Selwyn- In Original Glassine Wrapper] The Tragic Mary
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[Image, Selwyn- In Original Glassine Wrapper] The Tragic Mary

by Field, Michael

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London: George Bell and Sons, 1890. First edition. First edition. In original light brown opalescent glassine wrapper. Original beige paper covered boards with famous cover illustration of blossom and vines with innovative lettering motif on both covers by Selwyn Image (signed lower right) considered one of the landmarks of 1890's and Art Nouveau book design. . 261pp. An extremely fine copy, with no signs of wear whatsoever. Truly the 'best' copy imaginable.
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[Image, Selwyn- Original Art, Watercolor Design for a Book Binding Executed by May Morris] Selwyn...
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[Image, Selwyn- Original Art, Watercolor Design for a Book Binding Executed by May Morris] Selwyn Image Watercolor Art for and Embroidered Cover Binding on Kingsley's Water-Babies, Painted in 1891

by Image, Selwyn [and May Morris]

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Size of Mat: 16 x 13 3/4 inches. Size of Watercolor Drawing: 7 1/2 by 5 inches, executed by Selwyn Image, noted British Turn of the Century artist, illustrator and designer closely allied to the Arts & Crafts Movement. Watercolor in light brown, darker brown and light gray colors consisting of swirling patterns with four fish at the corners, and one in the center, nail-head spheres, etc. There is a window just below the watercolor showing Imageís description, in his own hand: ìDesign for embroidered cover of the/ Water Babies/ Selwyn Image/1890.î A wonderful original piece of art by Selwyn Image (1849-1930), noted British artist, designer, writer and poet associated with the Arts and Crafts Movement who designed stained-glass windows, furniture, embroidery, and was an illustrator of books. This is a finely wrought watercolor painting of the binding design made for May Morris, who embroidered the binding, and this specific collaboration was explained in detail in an article for the William… Read More
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[Indenture- for Railroad] Indenture Regarding Early Railroad Construction and Ownership,...

[Indenture- for Railroad] Indenture Regarding Early Railroad Construction and Ownership, Conisborough, England, 1850

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Conisborough, 1850. Offered here is a fabulous two-page Indenture and Schedule to purchase land in the Parish of Conisborough and Sprotborough in Central England in 1850 for the Railroad, an area that turned out to be a hub for travel North. A wonderful page expanding to 20 x 28 inches depicts the area, with pink coloration. Printed entirely on vellum.
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[Inland Printer] Original Cover Art Studies]
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[Inland Printer] Original Cover Art Studies]

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Offered here are two original pieces of cover art studies for The Inlaid Printer, the magazine which Will Bradley contributed so much art and design. 1) 8 1/2 x 12" on card paper, study for "Christmas, November, 1917, for "The Inland Printer" showing a woman in flowing brown coat shopping with her daughter. Border beginning in olive green, the lettering in red, ochre, white, black and greens. The drawing in pencil is unfinished. With notations at top to printer 2) 7 x 7" on the back of a page of magazine, in pencil with white gouache, "November MDCCCII." i.e. misrepresented, and a faint CCCC in pencil below. As well, a small marginalia instruction upper right. With Scarce thus.
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[Irving, Washington- Original Boards, Very Scarce-Large Paper Edition] A Chronicle of the...
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[Irving, Washington- Original Boards, Very Scarce-Large Paper Edition] A Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada by Fray Antonio Agapida

by Irving, Washington

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Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Carey, 1929. First edition. First edition. In two volumes. First edition, large paper issue. 8vo. 311, 4 (ads); 319 pp. Original quarter light purple cloth over original boards, remnants of paper labels on spine. Very rare in original boards, only a few copies in boards have survived. The Large Paper Edition, completely uncut. With full access to the American consul's massive library of Spanish history in Madrid, Irving began working on the book, and later was invited to stay at the palace of the Duke of Gor, who gave him unfettered access to his library containing many medieval manuscripts which aided in the development of the tale. In a note to the 1850 revised edition, however, he confessed that the Jesuit priest was his own invention. He also admitted romanticizing some of the scenes and incidents of the history, but in this respect he was only doing what the Spaniards had done before. Edges rubbed, corners moderately worn, spine splitting on first volume, split on… Read More
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