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LIFE OF ALICE FREEMAN PALMER
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LIFE OF ALICE FREEMAN PALMER

by Palmer, George Herbert

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1909. First edition. First edition. Attractive full crushed dark green morocco with bold gilt ruling and blossom design all four corners, front and back; spine with similar gilt blosoms on five compartments, signed with publisher's gilt pallet rear dentelle. An uncommon Riverside binding, produced under the oversight of L.A. Cole, noted binder of the period. George Palmer founded Wellesley College. Fine.
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[Lamb, Charles-- Excessively Rare King and Queen of Hearts, Lamb's First Book for Children] The...
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[Lamb, Charles-- Excessively Rare King and Queen of Hearts, Lamb's First Book for Children] The King and Queen of Hearts, Showing how notably the Queen made her Tarts and how scurvily the Knave stole them away: with other particulars belonging thereunto

by [Lamb, Charles]

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[London]: [Thos. Hodgkins], 1805. 16mo. (11.7 x 9.4 cm, leaves) 16 pp. Three-quarter 19th Century calf with attractive marbled paper with gilt decorative ruling, title and date gilt-lettered on spine. Printed on facing versos and rectos, with 15 exquisite and colorful hand-colored engravings (including title vignette). Considered to be Lamb's first book for children and one of the earliest published by William Godwin, who used Thomas Hodgkins as his agent. The poem is one of the rarest children's books of this period, seldom turning up in the marketplace. See Osborne p.100. Edges close-trimmed with some loss to headlines and to final lines of text (including loss of imprint), closed tear at gutter of last 4 leaves repaired with archival tape, [B3] with lower outer corner torn away resulting in loss of text (1.8 x 5 cm at largest point), second and third leaves bound out of order, lacking original wrappers.
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[Lamb, Charles and Mary (W. F. Mylius)- In Original Boards] The First Book of Poetry. For the use...
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[Lamb, Charles and Mary (W. F. Mylius)- In Original Boards] The First Book of Poetry. For the use of Schools

by [Lamb, Charles and Mary] W. F. Mylius

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London: M. J. Godwin, at the Juvenile Library, 1811. 12mo, [xii], 176, 4pp. (advertisements), original publisher's boards, uncut edges (unusual), without the 2 plates (this is not a defect, since not called for- see below). A very scarce and desirable tile by Charles Lamb, which was published by Godwin in 1811, but was not re-issued, as this volume (which may be considered a second edition of that excessively rare item) took its place. In books published by Godwin in 1812, there occurs an advertisement for Poetry for Children which is headed "Out of Print, but the best Pieces inserted in "Mylius, First Book of Poetry." Extensive notes by early owner in pen, and another in pencil detail the edition..."Since the title-page notes that the volume is sold bound in sheep with two engravings, this uncut version which lacks the engravings should not be regarded as defective since, they are not 'called for." [Pencil note by William St Clair]. The work contains twenty-nine original poems by Charles Lamb under… Read More
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[Lamb, Charles and Mary- Scarce First Edition, First Issue, With Mulready's Illustrations Likely...
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[Lamb, Charles and Mary- Scarce First Edition, First Issue, With Mulready's Illustrations Likely Engraved by Blake] Tales from Shakespeare Designed for the Use of Young Persons

by Lamb, Charles and Mary

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London: Thomas Hodgkins, at The Juvenile Library, 1807. First Edition, First Issue. First Edition, First Issue. Two Volumes. 12mo. Bound in contemporary half calf, both volumes with double morocco spine labels. The rare first issue, with printer's imprint to the foot of vol. 1 p. 236 (T. Davison,Printer,/ Whiterfriars, and containing the address "Hanway Street" in vol. 2 advertisements. Engraved frontispieces and 18 plates after William Mulready, 3pp. advertisements at end of vol. 2. Seldom seen, this is the first issue of the Lambs most recognizable work, considered the first attempt to make Shakespeare accessible to a young audience. The book was commissioned by William Godwin's children's publishing house. Mary Lamb (1764-1847), whose name was omitted from the earliest editions, contributed the majority of the stories, while Charles worked on the six tragedies. The plates were designed by William Mulready, and are often said to have been engraved by William Blake. There is light and occasional… Read More
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A Last Harvest. Lyrics and Sonnets from the Book of Love

A Last Harvest. Lyrics and Sonnets from the Book of Love

by Marston, Philip Bourke and Moulton, Louise Chandler Moulton

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London: Elkin Mathews, 1891. First American edition. First American edition. Large Paper Copy, Limited to 50 Copies Only, Signed and Numbered by Louise Chandler Moulton (#22). Original parchment backed paper covered boards, original printed paper label on spine. Printed on fine handmade laid paper, 145pp. Corners slightly bumped, spine very slighly discolored. A near fine copy of an attractive Nineties book, wide margins and fine paper. Very scarce.
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The Last Tournament
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The Last Tournament

by Tennyson, Alfred

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Boston: J. E. Titon and Company, 1872. First thus. First thus. 12mo. Publisher's fine ribbed green cloth with gilt and black-stamped design on cover. Finely illustrated with superb wood-engravings by Hammatt Billings. Fine copy. Hamilton p.77, Item 431a.
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[Lawrence, Herbert M.] Original Printed Color Lithographed Poster for The Century October Number,...

[Lawrence, Herbert M.] Original Printed Color Lithographed Poster for The Century October Number, 1895

by Lawrence, Herbert M.

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Superb original printed color lithographed poster by Herbert Myron Lawrence for the October, 1895 Century Magazine, depicting a stylized sailboat in blue with a setting sun. Herbert Lawrence, (1861-1937), who established an art studio in San Francisco in the 1880's, and, at the turn of the century, was known for his innovative frescos and revolutionary colors in theaters and public libraries. Sight size, 17 3/4" x 10 5/8", Frame 25" x 19 1/4." Signed with initials "HL" Lower left. Provenance from the Ainsworth Gallery, Boston. From the property of the Boston Company, Inc., Asset Management. Very good condition with wrinkles to paper in upper corners, in archival frame and mat.
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[Le Gallienne, Richard- One of Only a Few Copies, on Japan Vellum] Limited Editions, Confessio...
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[Le Gallienne, Richard- One of Only a Few Copies, on Japan Vellum] Limited Editions, Confessio Amantis

by Le Gallienne, Richard

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London: Privately Printed for Le Gallienne by Elkin & Mathews, 1893. First edition. First edition. Original card laid paper wrappers. The Kettaneh Copy, printed on Japan Vellum. According to publisher's remarks, and documented in Colbeck, the edition on Japan Vellum was limited "to only a few copies," though Nelson in his Elkin & Mathews bibliography, cites 50 copies were printed. This is the only copy we have seen in Japan Vellum. Fine.
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[Leadenhall Press] History of the Horn-Book
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[Leadenhall Press] History of the Horn-Book

by Tuer, Andrew

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London: The Leadenhall Press, 1897. First Edition Thus. First Edition Thus. First Edition in the One Volume format. Thick quarto. Original publisherís light brown cloth with pictorial cover in black and gold, Morocco label and lettering on spine. The separate one-volume issue (a two-volume issue preceded this edition in 1896) with three facsimile horn-books in a pouch at the back. With superb steel engraving frontispiece and hand-colored title page by Joseph Crawhall. Contents feature fold-outs and dozens of superb woodcut illustrations by Birmingham School Artists, including Celia Levetus and Georgie Cave (Gaskin) who provided superb head and tail pieces throughout. Ads at back, including ìHorn-Book Jingles,î laid in. A very good copy with some minor shelf wear.
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[Leadenhall Press-- Deluxe Treatise on the Horn-Book in Full Vellum] History of the Horn-Book
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[Leadenhall Press-- Deluxe Treatise on the Horn-Book in Full Vellum] History of the Horn-Book

by Tuer, Andrew W.

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London: The Leadenhall Press, 1896. First Edition. First Edition. Two Volumes. Thick quartos (10 x 8 inches). One of the greatest treatise on Horn-Books, and the premier title of this storied press, providing a detailed historical record of one of the earliest forms of children's books displayed on wood, card or board, usually as educational tools. Beautiful bound in full, thick and contoured vellum with cover gilt lettering inside of a thick-ruled outline of a horn-book, morocco gilt labels on spine. Each volume with a space at front afforded by multiple pages gathered together and leaving room for two spaces in the front of each volume: the first with three facsimile hornbooks: Volume One: 1. A leather-covered oaken horn-book in Roman letter, stamped with the effigy of Charles II, 2. An early uncovered horn-book in black letter, and 3. An uncovered oaken horn-book of the later period. Volume Two: 1. A cardboard horn-book, 2. The British Battledore, and 3. A later Battledore. Each volume with superb… 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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[Lefler, Heinrich] Mozart, Zwolf Gedicthe
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[Lefler, Heinrich] Mozart, Zwolf Gedicthe

by Lefler, Heinrich. Specht, Richard

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Wien: M. Munk, 1914. Exquisite Wiener Werkstatte influence with 12 striking full page color illustrations by Heinrich Lefler. Original stiff card wrappers with oval cover insert pasted onto card wrappers. A near fine copy.
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[Lefler, Heinrich] Kling Klang Gloria
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[Lefler, Heinrich] Kling Klang Gloria

by Lefler, Heinrich

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Wien: Tempsky & Co, 1907. First edition. First edition. Oblong quarto. Color pictorial cloth backed paper covered boards, color illustrated endpapers. Full-page color illustrations on every other page, illustrated title page, color cover, all by Heinrich Lefler. A classic in Jugendstil design. A fine copy, one of the nicest we have seen for this title.
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[Lefler, Heinrich] Rolandsknappen
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[Lefler, Heinrich] Rolandsknappen

by Lefler, Heinrich] Musaeus, I.K.A.

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Wien: Die Gesellschaft fur Vervielfaltigende Kunst, 1898. First edition. First edition. Elephant folio size (19 x 14 inches). Superb color cover illustration of three men in armor in highlighted silver and red-brown. With original 1897 announcement bound-in at front reproducing cover image. Illustrated throughout with full-page, large and small drawings, decorative borders, and initials by Heinrich Lefler and Josef Urban. Book has been professionally re-cased preserving cover image, otherwise the book is in fine condition with all the pages clean, bright and unmarked. The earliest significant co-production of the famed Jugendstil duo, Lefler and Urban who went on to co-produce Kling Klang Gloria in 1907 and other books. Extremely rare in any condition, our copy is sure to please.
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[Lefler, Heinrich and Joseph Urban] Deutsche Gedenkhalle Bilder aus der vaterlandischen Geschichte
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[Lefler, Heinrich and Joseph Urban] Deutsche Gedenkhalle Bilder aus der vaterlandischen Geschichte

by Lefler, Heinrich and Joseph Urban] Pflugk, Julius

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Berlin: Max Herzig, 1904. First edition. First edition. Huge thick folio size weighing 25 lbs, 418pp, (18 x15 x 4 inches) In original publisher's full mottled green cloth with central imbedded panel which has a bold gilt stamped design of a cathedral. This immense volume of German history and remembrances is illustrated with monumental full-page color illustrations by (among others) HEINRICH LEFLER AND JOSEPH URBAN, who also designed the borders in red-orange which are present on nearly every page of the book. Printed on thick card paper with superb full-page tissue-guarded and captioned steel engravings throughout. Corners slightly rubbed, a little wear to calf. A COMPLETELY FINE AND ALTOGETHER IMMACULATE COPY. Represents an historical high-point on many levels, German book production, art, history, Jugendstil decoration. If not now, this book will become one of the great classics of the period. Book weighs over 7 lbs, so allow for postage!
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[Legrain, Pierre- Original Gouache and Inck Poster] Rosalie Original Poster Gouache
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[Legrain, Pierre- Original Gouache and Inck Poster] "Rosalie" Original Poster Gouache

by Legrain, Pierre

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Paris: n.p., 1916. Offered here is a superb original WWI gouache (18. 5 x 12.5 inches) by the famous bookbinder and artist Pierre Legrain (1889-1929), the cover design made for the legendary "La Baionnette" (June, 29,1916). Gouache, ink and collage on paper mounted to card, signed lower right and dated ì16." A fabulous and dynamic image with bayonet lashing into a shield, exquisite graphic lettering and composition. For this modern master, it was strictly personal; his mother was Belgian. Pierre Legrain, born in Levallois-Perret, France in 1889, became associated with Jacques Doucet in 1919, who entrusted him with the binding of his books. In 1920, he exhibited his first bindings at the Salon des Artistes DÈcorateurs, while pursuing other artistic endeavors, including painting and graphic arts. He developed into one of France's premier bookbinders, and his paintings go for very high prices at auction.
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[Leighton, John] Old England: A Pictorial Museum
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[Leighton, John] Old England: A Pictorial Museum

by Knight, Charles

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London: James Sangster and Co, 1864. First edition. First edition. Two Volumes (392, 404pp) Folios (27 x 36 cm, 4 cm thick). Original textured red-brown cloth with heavily ornate gilt seal motif and lettering, blind-stamped intricate designs, both covers and spines by JOHN LEIGHTON, beveled boards, marbled endpapers. 40 wood-engraved woodcuts engraved by Leighton Brothers, woodcuts throughout text, some in whole page, vignettes, etc. An impressive compendium of the history of London expressed through the artist's eye. Hinges reinforced with blue tape, corners bumped and chipped, wear to covers, soiling, but a well-preserved and tight copy, very clean internally.
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[Lelee, Leo- With Exquisite Original Art Added by Lelee- ONLY 5 COPIES PRINTED, and Unique Copy...
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[Lelee, Leo- With Exquisite Original Art Added by Lelee- ONLY 5 COPIES PRINTED, and Unique Copy with Drawings] La Pierre Ecrite, Poemes de Roux-Servine

by Lelee, Leopold

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Paris: Felix Carbonnel, 1911. First Edition. First Edition. Small quarto. Attractively bound in full green crushed morocco, gilt rectilinear ruling covers and spine. With three original drawings by Leo Lelee, art nouveau master, including a wonderful full-page watercolor on the half-title, head and tail piece to the poem, ìThe Tomb,î (Tombeau). Full green morocco binding limited edition of only five copies, with gorgeous watercolor to the front endpaper. Lelee called ìTHEî artist depiction Arles, also made famous by Vincent van Goghís beautiful cypresses, etc. The book is printed on fine art paper, all edges finely gilt, adorned with fifty-four drawings, eleven out of text and a printed color cover on green art paper, all by Leo Lelee. Three original drawings by this art nouveau master, head and tail piece to the poem, ìThe Tomb,î (Tombeau) as well as the signed manuscript poem by the author Roux Servine Full green morocco binding limited edition of only five copies, beautiful… Read More
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Lenzgesind (Ein Buch von Faltern und Blumen)
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Lenzgesind (Ein Buch von Faltern und Blumen)

by Kreidolf, Ernst

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Zurich and Leipzig: Totapfel, 1926. First edition. First edition. Original green cloth spine, color pictorial paper covered boards. Color title and 12 sensational full-page color illustrations by Ernst Kreidolf. Lenzgesind originated from a collection of images which Kreidolf had set aside from unplaced works of earlier books deemed as surplus and augmented by newer illustrations. "The 63 year old Kreidolf then produced verses for the 12 illustrations, sometimes mature, sometimes humor, sometimes profound." (Haase). A fine copy in every way. A very scarce and seldom seen Kreidolf title, especially in this fine condition.
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Leonora

by Edgeworth, Maria

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London: J. Johnson, 1806. First edition. First edition. Two volumes. Bound in contemporary full mottled calf, gilt spines. Both front covers detached. Moderate wear to calf, one very small piece missing from top of one spine, internally fairly clean. Quite a scarce Edgeworth title.
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