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[Ray, Man, Kertesz, Boucher, Natkin, Duas, etc.- In Original Glassine Wrapper] L'art de Voir et...
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[Ray, Man, Kertesz, Boucher, Natkin, Duas, etc.- In Original Glassine Wrapper] L'art de Voir et la Photographie

by Man Ray, Kertesz, Boucher, Natkin, Duas, etc.

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Paris: Editions Tiranty, 1935. First Edition. First Edition. 4to. Original color paper wrappers. IN ORIGINAL PUBLISHER'S GLASSINE PROTECTOR WRAPPER. Scarce and very desirable 1930's photo magazine with photographs by Man Ray, Boucher, Brassao, Dumas, Duval, Goursat, Keighlev, Kertesz, Kollar, Schall, Sougez, Wolff, and more. A very fine copy indeed, and seldom seen thus.
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[Rhead, Louis] ACS to Chouteau Brown
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[Rhead, Louis] ACS to Chouteau Brown

by Rhead, Louis & Frank Chouteau Brown

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Autograph postal card signed from Louis Rhead (1857-1926), American author and illustrator, to Frank Chouteau Brown (1876-1947), noted American architect and editor of Architectural Review, who became a bookplate designer; postmarked Jan. 4, 1896. "Dear Sir, I lecture on the elements of design... before the N.Y. school of applied design... on the 23rd and am at your mercy in regard to the original. I write to to tell you that I cannot consent to them being loaned elsewhere than at your desk any longer than the time named in my last letter..." He goes on to explain his fears of losing track while he is traveling, etc. Postmarked on both sides. Scarce.
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[Rhead, Louis] Superb Autograph Letter Signed to Frank Chouteau Brown

[Rhead, Louis] Superb Autograph Letter Signed to Frank Chouteau Brown

by Rhead, Louis

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Jan. 28, 1896. A fabulous early letter by Louis John Rhead (1857-1926), renowned English-born American artist, illustrator, and author known especially in the early 1890s, for his expert Rhead poster art, and was heavily influenced by the work of Swiss artist EugËne Grasset. Rhead's letter (with holograph stamped envelope, addressed by Rhead) is to Frank Chouteau Brown, (1876ñ1947), American architect, who was educated at the Minneapolis School of Fine Arts, the Boston Art Club, and in Europe. In 1902, Brown began practice in Boston and from 1907 to 1919, was editor of the Architectural Review periodical. In 1916, he became a member of the faculty of Boston University and in 1919, head of the Department of Art and Architecture. ìDear Mr. Brown, Just a few words in answer to your letter. I am perfectly happy now that they are in my possession. As you know, a slight embarrassment is only temporary. I can see that the Club wanted a manager to look after things. Prang will issue the most… Read More
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[Rhead, Louis] Superb Autograph Letter Signed to Frank Chouteau Brown

[Rhead, Louis] Superb Autograph Letter Signed to Frank Chouteau Brown

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Ca. 1895. Excellent early letter by Louis John Rhead (1857-1926), renowned English-born American artist, illustrator, and author known especially in the early 1890s, for his expert Rhead poster art, and was heavily influenced by the work of Swiss artist EugËne Grasset. Rhead's letter is to Frank Chouteau Brown, (1876ñ1947), American architect, who was educated at the Minneapolis School of Fine Arts, the Boston Art Club, and in Europe. In 1902, he began practice in Boston and from 1907 to 1919, was editor of the Architectural Review periodical. In 1916, he became a member of the faculty of Boston University and in 1919, head of the Department of Art and Architecture. "My dear Sir, If you know how much correspondence I have gotten here and about, you would pardon me not answering before. However, I am willing to loan you some originals. The Boston drawings have been lent to the bones, and school- from there I shall want them back- as there are more drawings not sold, and therefore, prefer to have… Read More
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[Rhead, Louis] Holograph List of Posters to be Loaned to the Studio Club (1896) for a Poster Show

[Rhead, Louis] Holograph List of Posters to be Loaned to the Studio Club (1896) for a Poster Show

by Rhead, Louis

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Written on a 5 x 8 inch sheet of yellow paper, as a sort of documentation or informal contract, ca. 1900: "Reserved from Louis J. Rhead the following original drawings of posters loaned by him for Exhibition at the Studio Club to be returned to him on a or about the 11th of Jan. in the same condition as received: 2 double sheet journal; 4 (or 6 as the case may be) "Suns";; 1 n.y. Herald original & Print; 1 "Winter Tales for Winter Nights"; 1 poster for my Exhibition at Wonderlichs. Please sign this and sent it on immediately you got them." A fascinating record by one of the leading poster artists in the revival of printing at the Turn of the Century in the US.
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[Rhead, Louis] Original Printed Color Poster for the Century Magazine, Christmas Number, 1894

[Rhead, Louis] Original Printed Color Poster for the Century Magazine, Christmas Number, 1894

by Rhead, Louis

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Stunning original printed color lithographed poster by Louis Rhead for The Century Magazine Christmas Number (1894), depicting the profile of an Art Nouveau stylized woman holding a peacock on a platter while wearing a matching pattern dress. Printed by The Century Co. Sight size 19" x 13",Frame 25" x 19 1/4" Signed "Louis J. Rhead" lower left within the image. Provenance: Ainsworth Gallery, Boston. From the property of the Boston Company, Inc., Asset Management. Light horizontal crease in center, archival frame and mat, excellent condition of a wonderful pleasing Art Nouveau poster by this accomplished American artist and illustrator. Excellent copy in archival frame and mat.
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Rhymes & Recollections of a Hand-Loom Weaver
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Rhymes & Recollections of a Hand-Loom Weaver

by Thom, William

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London: Smith, Elder and Co, 1845. Original green cloth with ornate blind-stamped design on both covers, gilt design and letter on cover and spine. Second Edition "With Additions." Ads in back dated December, 1844. Inscription on engraved frontispiece is in fact in the plate (whereas some have cited an original presentation by the author). Spine small piece missing at bottom, some wear. Auction number affixed to cover as paper clipping. Very good copy of a scarce title.
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[Ricketts, Charles] King Lear's Wife, etc.

[Ricketts, Charles] King Lear's Wife, etc.

by Bottomley, Gordon

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London: Constable, 1920. First edition. First edition. Original beige paper covered boards with cover and spine design in blue by Charles Ricketts. Top of spine frayed, discolored, some wear to corners, very good.
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[Ricketts, Charles- Rarity] Silverpoints
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[Ricketts, Charles- Rarity] Silverpoints

by Gray, John

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London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1893. First edition. Paperback. Paperback. First edition. Narrow octavo. Original green cloth with renowned vertical repeating wavy line and leaf motif on both covers designed by Charles Rickets. Author's first book, Copy #152 OF 250 Copies on Van Gelder handmade paper. Acclaimed as Ricketts' greatest book design and widely considered one of the high-points in fin-de-siËcle book design. Ricketts designs for Silverpoints pre-dated the Vale Press books, and were based on Aldine models, referring to the elongated shape of the book as a ìsaddle book,î an attribution hearkening back to Persian sources. In 1899, Ricketts commented on the success of the book, ìthe cover of the ìSilverpoints published in art paper has drifted back to me from places where my name is quite unknown on bindings, end-papers, wallpapers, and dress cretonnes.î A fine copy.
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[Ricketts, Charles- Special Edition Vellum, 1 of 100 Copies] Poems Dramatic and Lyrical
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[Ricketts, Charles- Special Edition Vellum, 1 of 100 Copies] Poems Dramatic and Lyrical

by De Tabley, Lord

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London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1893. First edition. First edition. Full publishers stiff vellum binding with bold ornate gilt Nouveau pattern on both covers and spine by Charles Ricketts. Illustrations by Charles Ricketts. With the Art Nouveau bookplate of Christie Chetwynd Atkinson with illustration by M.C. Fisher, 1902. Near fine copy.
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[Ricketts, Charles] Charles Ricketts, R.A., Sixty-five Illustrations
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[Ricketts, Charles] Charles Ricketts, R.A., Sixty-five Illustrations

by Moore, T. Sturge

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London: Cassell, 1933. First edition. First edition. Original blue cloth, gilt spine. In scarce original brown dust jacket with black printing on cover and spine. Decorated endpapers by Ricketts. Illustrated throughout with photo reproductions of Charles Ricketts' work. Near fine. Jacket very good with small piece missing from lower spine.
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[Riley, James Whitcomb- Inscribed] Neighborly Poems
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[Riley, James Whitcomb- Inscribed] Neighborly Poems

by Boone, Benj. F. Johnson (Riley, James Whitcomb)

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Indianapolis: The Bowen-Merrill Co, 1891. First edition. First edition. Original two-toned cloth. Scarce James Whitcomb Riley title, with extensive presentation inscription by the author on prelim page which has been attached to the original stub, "To Jess C. Millikan- From his old Compatriot, the 'Truthful' - James Whitcomb Riley," and below that a quotation from another book. With the decorative bookplate of William F. Gable (of Gable Department Store fame). With early bookseller description on separate card laid in. Very good.
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[Rilke, Rainer Maria] Sonette as dem Portugiesischen
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[Rilke, Rainer Maria] Sonette as dem Portugiesischen

by Browning, Elizabeth Barrett

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Leipzig: 1911, Im Insel. First edition thus. First edition thus. Parchment -backed, rust colored paper covered boards. A scarce German imprint by the famed publisher, Insel, of Browning's "Sonnets from the Portugeuse," translated by Rainer Rilke. Very good.
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[Ritchie, Ward- One of Only 37 Copies] Interrogate the Stones
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[Ritchie, Ward- One of Only 37 Copies] Interrogate the Stones

by Macleish, Archibald

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Pasadena: Ward Ritchie, 1929. 5Ω x 7Ω in. [4] pp. (one sheet, folded). Buff paper sheet. Minor foxing. Very good. One of thirty-seven copies. Numbered in ink by Ritchie. This is a rare early piece printed by Ward Ritchie when he was a student at Frank Wiggins Trade School.
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[Ritchie, Ward- At the Flame Press- Rarity] Nut Brown Beer. Being a Very Careful Analysis of...
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[Ritchie, Ward- At the Flame Press- Rarity] Nut Brown Beer. Being a Very Careful Analysis of Life's Major Joy

by Arnold, George

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[Pasadena]: Flame Press, Ward Ritchie, 1930. First Edition. First Edition. 4æ x 6æ in. [6] pp. Brown paper wrappers lettered in black. Trace of a removed small round label on front wrapper. Terminal blank annotated and dated (3/28/30) by Ritchie in black ink. A near fine copy. Rare first issue limited to twenty-four copies on "Incudine" paper. A collection of poems celebrating beer and printed at the Abbey in San Encino before Ritchie left for France to study with Schmied.
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[Ritchie, Ward] The Booklovers Litany, by H. L. With an Introduction and Five Supplications by R....
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[Ritchie, Ward] The Booklovers Litany, by H. L. With an Introduction and Five Supplications by R. E. C. [Robert Ernest Cowan]

by Cowan, Robert Ernest

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Pasadena: Harry Ward Ritchie [Printed at the Abbey of San Encino Press,], 1930. 5.5 inches by 9.5 inches. 11 pp., [1] p.. Handmade beige paper wrappers, red lettering to cover. Scarce. Fine.
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[Ritchie, Ward- Presentation, With Three Proof Leaves] A Pre-Raphaelite Aeneid of Virgil in the...
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[Ritchie, Ward- Presentation, With Three Proof Leaves] A Pre-Raphaelite Aeneid of Virgil in the Collection of Mrs. Edward Doheny of Los Angeles, Being an Essay in Honor of the William Morris Centenary, 1934

by Brinton, Anna Cox

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Pasadena: Harry Ward Ritchie, Printed at the Abbey of San Encino Press, 1930. 5 x 9 inches. Original publisher's parchment spine, ecru boards. No. 122 of 150 copies on Dard Hunter handmade paper. Signed in rear colophon by Doheny, Anna Cox Brinton and Ward Ritchie. Woodcut title-page border, two full-page facsimile illustrations, and one facsimile vignette. Printed on Dard Hunter handmade paper. Tipped-in slip reads ìWith the Compliments of Mrs. Edward Laurence Doheny.î Front cover and spine lettered in red. Fore- and bottom-edges untrimmed. Slipcase has slight browning. Otherwise, fine, fresh copy. [together with:] BRINTON, Anna Cox. [Three proof leaves from A Pre-Raphaelite Aeneid of Virgil in the Collection of Mrs. Edward Doheny of Los Angeles.] [Los Angeles: The Ward Ritchie Press, n.d., ca. 1934]. Three sheets (11º x 8î). Two are proofs of the title-page and pp. 4-6 (with the vignette on page four) and one is a proof of pp. 20-21, where the two leaves of the Aeneid are reproduced.… Read More
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[Ritchie, Ward- Scarce, Early Ritchie Project] Doves Books. From the Press & Bindery of...
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[Ritchie, Ward- Scarce, Early Ritchie Project] Doves Books. From the Press & Bindery of Cobden-Sanderson with Momarabilia of the Man Assembled by Mrs. george M. Millard at the Little Museum of La Miniatura in Pasadena

by Millard, Alice

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South Pasadena: Ward Ritchie, 1933. Octavo. 60 pp. Doves Press device in red on title-page. Cream-colored paper wrappers printed with the phrase ìOrder Touched with Delightî in red. Wrappers toned and some offsetting from title-page on inside of wrappers. Front cover detached. Edges untrimmed. A bit of foxing to edges, but overall the pages are clean. With the bookplate of Janet Hathaway Ritchie on inside of wrappers. A good copy of a fragile early Ward Ritchie project.
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[Riviere & Son- Bookbinding} A Collection of Designs, Drawings, Rubbings and Miscellaneous...
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[Riviere & Son- Bookbinding} A Collection of Designs, Drawings, Rubbings and Miscellaneous Bookbinding Artwork

by Riviere & Son

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Offered here is a rare and unusual collection of designs and drawings, the work of what appears to be a single binder for Riviere & Son, from the late 1920's, with a very few possibly later. There are 8 large designs for spines with some drawings, tool impressions, two of which are in color; 4 smaller designs for spines; 7 small "snippets" of tooling designs; 7 front cover designs (some drawings, some with tool impressions); 26 rubbings of bindings (covers, spines, etc., various sizes); 4 miscellaneous: a sheet of oasis leather samples used for the Andrew Lang Fairy Books, tool roll samples for a set of Shakespeare, a small piece of paper with what looks to be time studies for various bindings (e.g. ìΩ Plain 50 minî), spine design samples from various sets of English authors, sheet with various pictorial tools used and which authors, titles, etc. to use them (e.g. a witch on a broom and ìThe Arthur Rackham Fairy Bookî). A variety of paper has been used in these examples, some thicker,… Read More
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[Robison, John] Proofs of a Conspiracy Against All the Religions and Governments of Europe,...

[Robison, John] Proofs of a Conspiracy Against All the Religions and Governments of Europe, Carried on in the Secret Meetings of Free Masons, Illuminati and Reading Societies

by Robison, John

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Edinburgh: Printed for William Creech and T Cadell, and W. Davies, 1797. First edition. First edition. Original gray paper covered boards, white paper spine. Excessively rare first edition of of the first and most elaborate treatise aimed at exposing the excesses and scandals of Free Masons, especially laying claim to the workings of the Illuminati, the most feared of all secret societies in the 18th Century. John Robison (1739-1805) was a noted Scottish physicist and mathematician and professor of philosophy at the University of Edinburgh who in his later years became enamored with promulgating various worldwide conspiracy theories. This work, his chief 'scholarly' output was purported to stem from valid research though chiefly from the testimonies of one man, a 'secret monk' whose name was Alexander Horn. The work was extremely popular and went through many editions including a stated Second Edition in the same year, Third and Fourth Editions in 1798, etc. It was translated into French, German and… Read More
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