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Marcel, [Jean Joseph].

Published by Alexandria, Imprimerie orientale et franēaise, an VI [1798]. (1798)

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Item Description: Alexandria, Imprimerie orientale et française, an VI [1798]., 1798. Small 4to. 16 pp. Modern brown half calf with red label to giltstamped spine, bound to style. The first book ever printed in Egypt, unquestionably the rarest and most important of the early books printed in the Middle East, published in the very year when modern printing was introduced to the Arab world. Only in October 1798 did J. J. Marcel arrive in Cairo with his employees and types to organize the Imprimerie Orientale. "The expedition of Napoleon Bonaparte to Egypt from 1798 until 1801 was a prelude to modernity. It was to change permanently the traditional Arab world [.] The French brought Arabic typography to Egypt, where it was practised under the supervision [.] of Jean Joseph Marcel [.]. Only a few days after the French troops landed [.] they set up the Imprimerie Orientale et Française there. It was an extraordinarily important turning point. For, leaving aside the Hebrew printing presses in Egypt of the 16th to the 18th centuries, until this date announcements and news adressed to Arabs there, as well as in other parts of the Arab-Islamic world, had been spread only in hand-writing or orally, by criers, preachers or storytellers" (Glass/Roper). - Slightly spotty in places, but well preserved. No copy in auction records or in libraries within the Arab world. Geiss, Imprimerie en Égypte, p. 146, no. 1. D. Glass/G. Roper, The Printing of Arabic Books in the Arab World, in: Middle Eastern Languages and the Print Revolution (Gutenberg Museum Mainz 2002), p. 177-225, at 182. Querard V, 506. Bigmore/Wyman, II, 22. Schnurrer (Bibliotheca Arabica) 140 note. OCLC 245958561. For the importance of the first modern printing press in the Arab world cf. also Albert Hourani, Arabic Thought in the Liberal Age 1798-1939 (Cambridge University Press 1983). Bookseller Inventory # 44376

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PIAN, JEAN BAPTISTE DE].

Published by Vienna J. de Pian and L. Müller 1842-44 (1842)

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Item Description: Vienna J. de Pian and L. Müller 1842-44, 1842. Folio. 26ff. Twenty-six color lithographs after Jean Baptiste de Pian, printed and finished by hand by the noted Viennese lithographers Leopold Müller, Johann Höfelich and M. R. Toma, each tipped into mounts and matted. Each plate in this series has a large letter of the alphabet fully incorporated as part of the internal decoration or architectural structure of various buildings, set in realistic landscapes. The buildings range from traditional European domestic architecture to exotic Babylonian and Egyptian temples, Moorish mosques, Indian porticoes adorned with stone elephants, and a Chinese palace. The illustrations directly reference many periods and styles of art and architecture, including the Classical, Baroque, Eclectic, Gothic, and Romantic movements. In his essay on Pian's alphabet, Dr. Anton Durstmüller notes that the letters also correspond with architectural elements in the scenes. In one illustration, the letter F forms the shape of a kitchen hearth, which is "Feuerstätte" in German. The illustrations are imaginative and nuanced, with attention to the finest architectural details. Jean Baptiste de Pian, also known as Giovanni Battista de Pian, belonged to a family of Italian artists who immigrated from Venice to Vienna in the late 18th century. Jean Baptiste's father and grandfather were both draughtsmen, painters, and engravers who also worked as set designers for the Imperial Court Theater of Vienna. This set is extremely rare; only one other copy has sold at auction in the last thirty-five years. A facsimile was published in Vienna in 1973, a copy of which accompanies this set. Housed in a blue board folding case. Some imprints slightly shaved, most lower imprints cropped, adhesion abrasion from old matting on a few images, minor marginal soiling, and scattered foxing. With the bookplate of Arthur and Charlotte Vershbow inside the front cover of the box. (Durstmüller, Ein Schmuckalphabet Aus Wien). Bookseller Inventory # 25299

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HEISLER (Jindrich).

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Item Description: Book Condition: OCCASION. L'Alphabet. 1952. Constitué par les clichés des 25 collages originaux contrecollés sur des feuilles de papier in-12, formant les lettres de l'alphabet et foliotés de A à Z (sauf le W), chacun de 14 cm de hauteur, sous emboîtage. Texte tapuscrit biographique sur Heisler joint avec quelques autographes. (CN24) Le chef-d'oeuvre de Jindrich Heisler (1914-1953) et sa dernière réalisation. Poète, peintre et photographe, Heisler adhère en 1938 au "Groupe des surréalistes en Tchécoslovaquie" dont Toyen (Maria Cerminova, 1902-1980) était membre. Pendant la guerre, il crée des collages à partir de photomontages et objets. "En 1943, il découvre une nouvelle technique qu'il appelle photogravure". Toyen et Heisler partent à Paris en 1947. "De 1948 à 1950, il devient membre du comité de rédaction et en même temps un des animateurs de la revue Néon, première revue surréaliste d'après guerre, dont il réalise la mise en page (Dictionnaire général du surréalisme). Quand Heisler meurt, début 1953, Breton lui rend hommage car il "a vécu intégralement pour le surréalisme". Dans Le Surréalisme et la peinture, Breton écrit : "Et aussi disparu (tout récemment, hélas !, celui que j'aimais entre tous, celui qui. fut ici la mieux ramifiée et la plus subtile articulation de l'activité surréaliste, mon très cher Jindrich Heisler.") (p. 209-210). En 1955, Breton utilise les lettres de l'alphabet de Heisler pour composer le mot "surréalisme" qui sert d'ouverture aux pages de documents de la réédition des Manifestes du surréalisme aux éditions du Sagitaire, dans une maquette de Pierre Faucheux, publiée simultanément en version reliée au Club français du livre (Faucheux. Le Magicien du livre, 1995, p. 209). On notera la différence de qualité et de finesse entre l'original sur papier brillant et la reproduction, en petit format, médiocre et fort sombre. Certaines lettres de cet alphabet surréaliste (A, D, E, H, I, O, T) ont été utilisées comme lettrines pour les chapitres du livre de Jennifer Mundy, Surrealism: desire unbound (2001). Leur reproduction est parfaite, quoique d'un format très réduit. Le catalogue Alphabets de l'exposition organisée par Massin au Musée-Galerie de la Seita en 1986 présentait cet ensemble (n° 201). Les gravures étaient alors contrecollées sur bois découpé. Tout en reprenant la technique du collage de gravures anciennes portée à la perfection par Max Ernst, Heisler lui donne une nouvelle dimension typographique, associant des éléments disparates afin de produire le choc surréaliste qui fait mouche à chaque fois, dont José Pierre dit qu'ils sont "d'une invention sans faille" (Le Surréalisme : dictionnaire de poche, 1966). Joint un exemplaire de Jindrich Heisler : Surrealism under Pressure, catalogue de l'exposition de 2012 à l'Art Institute of Chicago. N° 632 de la vente André Breton (mentionnant par erreur 26 collages). Bookseller Inventory # 1329463

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Saint-Victor, Beauvalet de.

Published by Np, ca. 1840) (1840)

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Item Description: Np, ca. 1840), 1840. 9 1/4 x 11 3/4. 120 pages. The album is comprised of 12 alphabets of 25 letters (there is no "W") on rectos of thick, smooth paper. There are also a title page, an index, and 10 section titles preceeding the ten major alphabets of ornamented initials. These are lettered in black & red and signed "par Beauvalet St. Victor." The other 2 alphabets are single leaves of simple initial letters (Lombardic caps) written in red, outlined in gold. Bound in full wine morocco (upper joint lightly rubbed) in Medieval style, ca. 1896 for J. E. Woodhead. Fine, in felt-lined slipcase. Saint-Victor's watercolored & gilded letters are his own creations, derived from Medieval sources. Many shimmer with metallic colors from a process the artist invented. The letters are all majuscules (Onciales du 9e au 11e siecles, 12e siecle, 12e au 14e siecles; Gothiques Ornˇes, Anglais Ornˇes, Majuscules d'Eglise, d'Eglise Ornˇe, Alphabet de Romain Droit Ornˇ et Ombrˇ, and (in a closing crescendo) Majuscules Choisies Ornˇs 12e au 14e. Letters are variously one, two, or 4 to a page, separated by a gilt rules. Saint-Victor is best known for two works. The first is a practical manual of 280 pages published in 1835, "Aquarelle-Miniature Perfectionnˇe reflets mˇtallique et chatoyans et peintre a l'huile sur velous en six le¨ons." (A copy, mising a few illustrations, accompanies this Album.) The artist describes his technique for stencilling watercolors from pigment recipes that produced lustrous effects, then finishing them by hand. The other is the extremely rare "Vases Grecs et Etrusques" illustrated from stencils and "peints d'apres sa nouvelle decouverte metallique." We have not been able to locate another album such as this. Woodhead was a prominent c19 Chicago businessman. His name is stamped in gilt at base of spine; he has penciled his name in tiny letters and the date '96 at top corner of title page. Bookseller Inventory # 14275

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MIDOLLE, JEAN].

Published by N.p. (1845) (1845)

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Item Description: N.p. (1845), 1845. Octavo. (26)ff. A manuscript alphabet book of calligraphic paintings, signed by the artist. Includes title page, twenty-four letters, and "Fin." A renowned nineteenth-century Swiss calligrapher and miniature-painter, Midolle executed his alphabets in the gothic style of lettering to resemble the text of a medieval manuscript, and often decorated his work elaborately. Although a leading figure in the field of chromolithography, Midolle also handcolored his work in the fashion of the miniature paintings found in fifteenth-century French illuminated books. Entirely hand drawn, Alphabet Gothique is executed in such a style, with each elaborately detailed letter rendered in bright colors that have retained their vibrancy to a remarkable degree. Multi-colored flowers, birds, and serpents are prevalent as compositional motifs, intertwined with the letters themselves. Bound in brown morocco with a cover design by noted American collector Cornelius Hauck. The design depicts an oak tree in brown and green morocco onlays. The tree is situated behind three arched and spired portals in gilt that suggest a cathedral. The spine also incorporates portions of the design. Gilt dentelles and silk endpapers complete this handsome binding, which is a fitting complement to the exquisite artwork inside. A.e.g. Very fine. (McLean, p. 83). Bookseller Inventory # 20975

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Felixmüller, Conrad und Londa:

Published by Dresden, Selbstverlag, (1925)

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Item Description: Dresden, Selbstverlag, 1925. Zweifarbig gedruckter Holzschnitt-Titel und 15 eigenhändig kolorierte und signierte Holzschnitt-Tafeln von Conrad Felixmüller. Söhn 348-363. Pressler 25. Ziersch, Bilderbuch, 182. Rifkind Coll. 617. Jentsch 154. Pommeranz-Liedtke S. 180. Eines von 100 num. Exemplaren auf Bütten. Druckvermerk und sämtl. Holzschnitte vom Künstler signiert. Eines der wenigen Exemplare, die Felixmüller koloriert und auf jedem Blatt signiert hat. Unterhalb der letzten Darstellung mit eigh. Vermerk vom Künstler: "Eigenhändig coloriert - Conrad Felixmüller" (laut Söhn wurden nur etwa 10 Exemplare vom Künstler koloriert). Auf dem Titel- und dem Schlußblatt wird in Holzschnitt erläutert: "Für meine Kinder Luca und Titus und für die Kinder meiner Freunde gezeichnet und in Holz geschnitten . Unter meiner Aufsicht in der Firma F. Emil Boden Dresden im Dezember 1925 gedruckt." Schön koloriertes ABC-Buch mit Tier-, Zirkus-, Spiel- und Märchenszenen, bei dem Felixmüller ebenso wie die Autorin der Verse das Kunststück vollbringen mussten, immer 2 aufeinanderfolgende Buchstaben des Alphabets in 1 Bild und 1 Zweizeiler zu bringen: "Ein Riese ist der Elefant. Der Fotograf knipst ihn gewandt. - Die Katze sieht zum Fenster raus, und Luca schneidet Bilder aus". - 8 Bl. mit kl. Wasserfleck im oberen w. R., Vorsätze erneuert. - Insges. schönes und farbfrisches Exemplar, komplett signiert sehr selten. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 27,5 x 35 cm. Halbpergamentband d. Z. mit vergold. Rückentitel. Bookseller Inventory # 16429

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SHAHN, BEN; BEN SHAHN; PAUL BONET

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Item Description: 1954. BOUND BY PAUL BONET SHAHN, Ben. The Alphabet of Creation: An Ancient Legend from the Zohar. Illustrated by Ben Shahn. 4to., 272 x 167 mm, bound by Paul Bonet in a full polished red and black calf binding with Hebraic-like alphabetic onlays on both covers, with matching chemise and slipcase; the original cloth binding bound-in. New York: Printed at the Spiral Press for Pantheon, 1954. A superb example of twentieth-century bookbinding from the greatest French practitioner of the art. Laid in are three autograph letters from Paul Bonet to the person who commissioned the binding, and a typed letter, signed from Ben Shahn concerning the book itself. One of 50 copies containing an original signed drawing by Shahn, of a total edition of 550 copies, with the colophon also signed by Shahn. The delicate calf chemise and slipcase are in near-fine condition. A Century of Artists Books, p. 109. Bookseller Inventory # 118572

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Published by Peter Haddock Limited

ISBN 10: 071050411X ISBN 13: 9780710504111

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Item Description: Peter Haddock Limited. BOARD BOOK. Book Condition: Good. 071050411X Used book. Previously owned and is blemished. Cover rubbed w/ corner and binding wear. Interior page markings (highlighting/writing) and owner's name. An inventory sticker on the back and a used sticker on the spine. Textblock has a marking. Bookseller Inventory # 071050411X

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Robert F. Herrey

Published by Christopher Barker (1578)

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Item Description: Christopher Barker, 1578. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. The Concordance;- 1578 The First Alphabet of directions to common places, containing all the Hebrew, Caldean, Greek and Latin. By Robert F. Herrey 1578 Two right profitable and fruitfull Concordances, The “First” Alphabet of directions to common places, containing all the Hebrewe, Caldean, Greeke and Latin words, and names scatteringly dispersed throughout the whole Bible, with their common places following every of them. And the “Second” comprehending all such other principall words and matters, as concerne the sense and meaning of the Scriptures, or direct unto any necessary and good instruction. Published in London : By Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, [1578]   This 1st. edition was printed as a separate Book by Christopher Barker in 1578 with a forward by the Author Robert F. Herrey.;- With 92 Pages;- According to A Short-Title Catalogue of Books 1475-1640 by A.W. Pollard & G.R.Redgrave, The Concordance, Begins on A2 With the opening page “ The Preface to the Christian Reader, touching the two Alphabets ensuring”. The Date 1578 is on the second page;- above, “Thine in the Lord, Robert F. Herrey.” Robert F. Herrey's, concordance dated 1578 was bound with the Geneva Bible. The Herrey concordance sets forward three purposes. One purpose seems to set the prooftext goal of his and all later concordances: "I have likewise by themselves placed all, and as many proper and useful English words, as are contained in the same Bible, conducing to the finding out of the most fittest sentences, and best common places, tending to the proving or verifying of any article and doctrine, concerning our Christian faith and Religion, or belonging to any other godly or necessary instruction: so as if thou would understand what is to be learned in the Scriptures touching God or his power, his wisdom, or his love, his mercy, or his truth, his justice, his promises, his plagues, or his punishments" (emphasis mine). Herrey then appends a long list of who can benefit by understanding various doctrines and ideas. Then the Concordance started to be published by Christopher Barker and Family two years later, in all Geneva Bibles of 1580 to 1615. Re-bound in Burgundy red leather, in good collectable condition. The Concordances is Complete, Part One & Two. No other copies of the year of 1578 are held in C.O.P.A.C. or any other Institutional Libraries in the World, so this is the only true 1st. Edition Copy found. Later editions 1580 or later are in some Libraries. The  Imprinted at London : by the Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie. Christopher Barker Printer’s device to the final page. The Barker Family printer most of the English Bibles. Christopher Barker the father of a printing dynasty. A concordance is an index. The idea is simple. Look up a word in the index and see a list of pages where the word occurs in the book. In the Bible concordance the list is of chapters and verses rather than pages. For example, look up "begat" in a Concordance of the Authorised or King James Version of the Bible and find that "begat" is listed 228 times in 142 verses if the three citations in the Apocrypha are included. There is a lot of begatting (begetting) in the Good Book. The fascinating fact that people get themselves begat 228 times in the Bible is only slightly less impressive than the fact that John Marbeck compiled the first English concordance of the entire Bible over four centuries ago. His work on the concordance got him accused of heresy. This makes the first English list of biblical begats about four hundred years old. His first concordance was destroyed by fire coincidentally with his sentence to die at the stake for heresy so, after his release from a death sentence and pardon, he hit the books again and got the abbreviated version published in 1550. Although Cruden's Preface is a good short history of the Bible Concordance, perhaps the most popular early concord. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-15419613392

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Pelieu, Claude

Published by Soleil noir, Paris (1972)

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Item Description: Soleil noir, Paris, 1972. Couverture souple. Book Condition: Comme neuf. Erro (illustrator). 19x14 cm. N°1 des 150 exemplaires sur Vélin d'Arches, numéroté de 1 à 150 et intégrés dans une structure en acier chromé dans laquelle viennent s'insérer douze cubes mobiles coulés en polyester transparent contenant chacun une sculpture de Erro en inclusion. Sur l'un des cubes, Erro a signé et numéroté à la pointe d'acier. La structure d'acier est plantée dans la reliure réalisée également en acier chromé, qui contient le livre. 4 des ces cubes comportent sur une de leurs faces des textes de Claude Pélieu. Eclat sans manque sur le haut du coin de l'un des cubes. Dimensions de la structure montée : hauteur 36 cm, largeur 12 cm, épaisseur 4 cm. poids total 4 kg. Livré dans l'emboitage d'origine. Signé par l'illustrateur. Bookseller Inventory # 000015

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Item Description: Chicago, Illinois IL, 1900. Full-Leather. Book Condition: Very Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. On offer is an absolutely remarkable handwritten manuscript work of tremendous depth, researched, written and compiled by John C.C. Clarke, A.M, titled "ALPHABETS OF THE WORLD." This book is his original unpublished manuscript and details the alphabets of the world from ancient times; Egyptian hieroglyphics, Egyptian hieratic, Egyptian Demotic, or Enchorial, Egyptian Comparative Tables, Coptic (Egyptian), Ancient Libyan, modern Libyan, Southern Arabic and so on. 479 pp but not all pages are full since Mr. Clarke left space between chapters and spare pages if he overwrote. The work is complete as per the author's handwritten notes. The author has signed the last page stating it is wholly executed and listing the sections of the book for which he claims originality. Scholars and historians of world languages will find this work priceless for its remarkable detail and depth. An added bonus is a wealth of ephemera being newspaper articles about the author and his work. As mentioned the author states "This book, on this date is wholly executed .Sep 21, 1900" as if in preparation for publishing [though it never was]. On the last page Mr. Clark provides a concise biography: he was born in Providence R.I. in 1833. He was a Phi Beta Kappa and got his A.B. and M.A. from the University of Rochester (1859, and 1866). He earned his doctorate in 1894 from Bellevue College of the University of Omaha. He was a professor at the University of Chicago from 1865 to 1867. He was a Professor of Greek, Modern Languages and Hebrew at various colleges - see photo. He was a pastor in Yonkers, NY, also Chicago and Cincinnati. He wrote three books - The Origin and Varieties of the Semitic Alphabet (Chicago, 1884, 20 pages of plates); Man and his Divine Father (Chicago 1900) and Revelation Rediscovered (Chicago 1905). There are many citations throughout this work which provide a valuable bibliography and footnotes. This large leather gilt edged and titled book is in MINT condition as it has been stored in cloth and boxed for nearly 110 years. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Autograph. Bookseller Inventory # 000705

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Item Description: Printed for J. Galabin, London, 1786. Octavo, 76 pp.; a very good untrimmed copy in recent quarter calf. English lessons for Omai. Very rare English grammar which records the unique method used to teach English to Omai.The first Polynesian to visit Britain, Omai became an overnight sensation when he arrived in Portsmouth aboard Cook's Adventure on 14 July 1774. He was presented to the king, feted by Fanny Burney, approved by Samuel Johnson, entertained by Mrs Thrale and Lord Sandwich, painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds, and even his rapid mastery of ice skating was reported in the General Evening Post. But while Joseph Banks was happy to have Omai tour the celebrity circuit, other, more devout souls recognised his potential to spread the gospel in the Pacific and made particular efforts to improve his religious instruction at the same time as his elocution. William Ellis, himself a missionary, recounts in his Polynesian Researches of 1830 that 'Granville Sharp became acquainted with Mai [Omai], taught him the first principles of writing and, so far as his knowledge of our language allowed, endeavoured to pour light of divine truth into his ignorant and untutored mind. He made such progress in the use of letters, that on his voyage to the South Seas, while staying at the Cape of Good Hope, he wrote a letter to his friend Dr. Solander'.In February 1776 Granville Sharp approached Lord Sandwich, First Lord of the Admiralty, to gain permission to instruct Omai. The method he employed, published here as An English alphabet: for the use of foreigners, was based on his earlier work, A Short treatise on the English tongue, of 1767. The record shows that Sharp tutored Omai regularly for a month, but by 6 April Sharp wrote that 'Omai was so taken up with engagements that I could have no more opportunity of giving him lessons, which were but fifteen in all'. He had taught his pupil the use of English letters and made him sound 'every combination of vowels and consonants that letters are capable of'.Just over a decade after Omai returned to Huahine with Cook, Sharp published An English alphabet, probably in anticipation of a need for such a work in the spread of the gospel in the South Seas. A large portion of the book is devoted to rules for "The Lord's Prayer", the "Creed", the "Ten Commandments", and shorter prayers, all part of Sharp's 'instruction in the first principles of Christian religion'.In any case, it must have been produced in very small numbers, as today it is very scarce indeed. Searches of COPAC and ESTC have revealed only five copies in British libraries and a single copy in the United States (at Yale's Walpole Library). Alston VI, 502 adds a copy at Heidelberg University. Bookseller Inventory # 3411401

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CHELONIIIDAE Press. - Alan James ROBINSON

Published by Cheloniidae Press, [Easthampton, Massachusetts] (1986)

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Item Description: Cheloniidae Press, [Easthampton, Massachusetts], 1986. (8 ½ x 5 ½ inches). Bound volume: title printed in black with the word fowl lettered by hand, half title. Text and colophon/limitation leaf printed in brown and black. 26 wood-engraved plates of birds by Robinson, presented in alphabetical order according to their common name, each with their name and their scientific name added beneath in variously coloured inks in a fine calligraphic hand by Suzanne Moore, the letter of the alphabet added above each plate in manuscript by the same hand. Colophon/limitation leaf signed and numbered 'A/2' in pencil by Robinson; Chemise: an additional suite of the 26 wood-engraved plates, each signed and numbered 'A/2' in pencil; a set of 26 blind-stamped impressions of the line cut initials produced for the regular limited edition; 1 original pen, ink and watercolour drawing on vellum (sheet size: 5 ¼ x 5 ¼ inches) of the head of the Toucan; extra-illustrated with two copies of the original prospectus, one signed by Robinson. Bound volume: original limp vellum by Grey Parrot, the flat spine titled in gilt; Chemise: unbound (as issued) within original vellum-backed cloth-covered boards. Both volumes contained within a single vellum-backed cloth-covered box, the spine titled and dated in gilt with the Sea Turtle device at the foot of the spine One of five copies: the whole edition limited to 231 signed and numbered copies, including 31 "Full Vellum Edition" copies, this a "Full Vellum" example but one of the "five artists proofs" and numbered "A/2". The prospectus describes the "Full Vellum Edition" as having the "initial letter and the Latin and common names of the birds? hand lettered by Suzanne Moore. The book is bound [in] full bleached vellum by Gray Parrot. An extra suite of the 26 wood-engravings, a set of the alphabet blind-stamped and a drawing are laid in a chemise and housed in a quarter vellum tray-case." [with:] A boxed collection of three 'folders', containing a paste-up, original artwork, and a set of watercolour drawings, all relating to the production of 'A Fowl Alphabet', together with an explanatory 3pp. TLS from Robinson. [Easthampton and elsewhere: circa 1986]. The three 'folders' contained within a single cloth box, with a calligraphic manuscript title label inset on the spine [comprised of:] Alan James ROBINSON (designer, illustrator), and Harold Patrick McGRATH (printer). A full-size paste-up of 'A Fowl Alphabet'. [Easthampton and elsewhere:] "1986". 44pp. (8 ½ x 5 ½ inches): title and 3 preliminary pages with a mixture of pasted-on typeset words and manuscript notes; 8pp. introductory text composed from blocks of pasted-on typeset text with numerous manuscript notes; 1p. manuscript section title; 1p. blank; 27 pp., twenty-six of which have versions of the wood-engraved illustrations pasted-on with the initial letters penciled above (the final image with a proof of the line-cut initial pasted on), with the type-set (or in two cases manuscript) names of the birds below (the twenty-seventh page, between 'Y' and 'Z' is blank); 1p. blank; 1p. colophon/limitation with a block of pasted-on typeset text; 1p. final blank. + 1 second version of the title and the following three pages. Unbound within a cloth chemise. The "first complete paste-up of the book with notes and placements - a unique piece" (Robinson, letter) [and:] Alan James ROBINSON (illustrator), and Suzanne MOORE (calligrapher). A full set of original pencil drawings for "A Fowl Alphabet' with the manuscript calligraphy added. [Easthampton and elsewhere:] "1986". 27 leaves (8 ½ x 5 ½ inches): typeset title with the word 'fowl' added in a calligraphic hand; 26 leaves of thick 'papier d'arches' each with an original pencil drawing of a bird's head by Robinson, presented in alphabetical order according to their common name, each with this name and their scientific name added beneath in light brown coloured inks in a fine calligraphic hand by Suzanne Moore, the letter of the alphabet added above each plate in manuscript. Bookseller Inventory # 24057

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Item Description: S.l.s.d. (Anvers, Edition du Conservatoire de la Tradition populaire, 1901), ''Achevé. d'orner dessiner. et graver. le 2. d'octobre 1901 par Max. Elskamp. Imagier. à Anvers. Reliure plein veau glacé bleu, avec une décoration mosaiquée qui répète le dessin de la couverture, tr. sup. dorée, couverture conservée, avec étui. Edition originale entièrement xylographiée, tiré à 215 ex., un des 5 exemplaires sur Japon (N°1), un des deux ex. imprimés en noir jaune et bleu sur ce papier, les doubles ff. sont pliés à la japonaise. (Couverture sup. légèrement souillée, sinon en parfait état).Sadeleer, Cat. Raisonné n°24. Bookseller Inventory # 12524

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Ray, Man

Published by Copley Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA (1948)

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Item Description: Copley Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA, 1948. First Edition. First Edition. One of 500 copies issued. INSCRIBED by the author and artist on the front endpaper: "For Charlotte [Bebe] and Louis Barron. Cordially, Man Ray, Hollywood, 1949." An exceptional avant-garde association. Around this time the Barrons were beginning to experiment with committing electronic sounds as music to magnetic tape, and were ultimately not only pioneers in that field, but its inventors. One year after the date of this inscription, they would compose their first piece, "Heavenly Menagerie," and they would go on to produce the first electronic film score, for the seminal 1956 science fiction film, "Forbidden Planet" (credited as "tonalities" rather than "music" at the time, due to union rules). The Barrons' earliest compositions were slow and laborious, as their early work preceded the digital age, and involved building circuits and tape splicing to create even the smallest sequences of sound. In the decades that followed, electronic composition has become a worldwide phenomenon in every musical category. A tremendous association between pioneers in two major fields of twentieth century artistic endeavor. Bookseller Inventory # 119735

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Martin, Pawnee A.

Published by Vantage Press (1978)

ISBN 10: 0533035325 ISBN 13: 9780533035328

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Item Description: Vantage Press, 1978. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0533035325

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POUGET, Jean-Henri-Prosper (d.1769)

Published by Tilliard, Paris (1767)

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Item Description: Tilliard, Paris, 1767. Small 4to. (9 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches). Half-title, double-page letterpress table. Engraved frontispiece, engraved dedication, 9 engraved plates of script, & 240 engraved plates of ornamental letters and cyphers (13 hand coloured). Late 19th century green crushed morocco, bound by Lortic Frères, spine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in the second, the others with an overall repeat decoration in gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges Provenance: Baron Raimondo Franchetti (1889-1935, morocco booklabel) Very rare first edition of this monumental work on ornamental cyphers, monograms and alphabets, by a noted French jeweler and decorator. A beautifully engraved work, this copy is bound in a lovely binding for a noted collector. The first edition is very rare, with only a single example appearing in the auction records in the last quarter century. BMC 20:790.13; Brunet V:p.848; Bonacini 1466; Ornamentstichsammlung Berlin 5322. Bookseller Inventory # 29311

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TMEJ, ZDENEK

Published by Nak/adatelstvi Za'Druha a.s., Prague [Praha] (1946)

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Item Description: Nak/adatelstvi Za'Druha a.s., Prague [Praha], 1946. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. FIRST EDTION of Tmej's powerfully disturbing photo-exploration of the devastation of the Second World War; complete with 45 gravure plates. "Tmej's book is a remarkable document of his war experiences (psychological and otherwise). It is also a beautifully produced, if fragile book, a strange combination of luxury and cheapness: lusciously inked gravure printing on rough paper that is little better than newsprint. "When Tmej was forced, like many young Czechs, to work for the Nazi war effort in Breslau, he had the foresight to carry two cameras in his backpack on his way to a doubtful future in Germany, and the courage and perspicacity to use them. The resulting book, distilled from around 200 negatives, is notable not simply for its historical value, but also for Tmej's ability to make formally elegant images that are invested with a poetic weight that is quite remarkable given the circumstances of their making" (Parr/Badger, The Photobook, Vol. 1). Roth 101. Praha [Prague]: Nak/adatelstvi Za'Druha a.s., 1946. Quarto, original flexible boards, original dust jacket. Book fine, scarce, fragile dust jacket with restoration (as often) around edges and flap folds. RARE. Bookseller Inventory # 1504

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Robinson, Alan James.

Published by Cheloniidae Press, Easthampton, MA (2014)

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Item Description: Cheloniidae Press, Easthampton, MA, 2014. One of 10 copies, (+5 AP copies) all on Winsor Newton 90# Watercolor paper Hotpress paper, each copy signed and numbered by the artist, Alan James Robinson. Page size: 5 x 8.5 inches; 38pp. Bound by Peter Geraty at Praxis Bindery: accordion style with yellow cloth over boards, title stamped in gold gilt on front panel, housed in custom-made green cloth over boards clamshell box, with title stamped on front cover of slipcase. Designed by Alan James Robinson, using lettering design by Suzanne Moore originally created for A FOWL ALPHABET, the alphabet is represented by American wildflowers and their attendant insects with the titlepage, colophon and letters of the alphabet and common names of the flowers printed giclee on an Epson 9890 Giclee Printer. The 26 wildflowers and 2 butterflies are done free hand (serving as the template for the giclee edition). The wildflowers range from Red Clover to Ladyslipper to Jack-in- the-Pulpit to Knotweed and include bees, hummingbirds, spiders, and butterflies. The colors are so strong and vibrant; they belie the usual notion of etiolated watercolors. The artist, who draws with color, mixes transparent and opaque watercolors in glazing and uses pure watercolor in antique drawing pen nibs resulting in a preciseness and detail not often associated with watercolor. The alphabet in cherry red, but does not overpower the floral images; rather it boldly introduces them. Botanically accurate, these colorful, common beauties of the plant world will seem familiar, but no less welcome, to the viewer / reader. Their common names are printed in blue. This is the first book from Alan James Robinson in several years. It is lovely and true to the natural world which has always inspired this artist. See an Image. Bookseller Inventory # 10471

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Item Description: Dublin: The Dolmen Press, November 1954 – March 1960, 1960. 12 pamphlets housed loosely in the original paper wrappers. Occasional minor creases. An excellent set. Rare complete set of the Dolmen chapbooks in the original paper wrappers. "The idea behind the Dolmen chapbooks was to print short texts with illustrations, using various type formats and techniques within a uniform page size The series gives a fair picture of the very personal interests which informed the Press at this time, and several of the titles were issued in other formats" (Miller 17). The set of twelve pamphlets is divided into three groups of four, each with a paper wrapper, and with the series wrapper enclosing the complete set. Most of the individual pamphlets were published in editions of only 250, and complete sets are extremely uncommon. Miller 17. Bookseller Inventory # 79449

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VALERY (Paul).

Published by Librairie Auguste Bl, Paris (1976)

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Item Description: Librairie Auguste Bl, Paris, 1976. In-8, plats et dos en polycarbonate, plats ornés d'un décor échevelé composé de filets courbes et désordonnés gravés plus ou moins en creux qui délimitent des surfaces peintes dans différents tons blancs, verts et jaunes; doublures en polycarbonate laqué noir, gardes de tissu brun foncé, couverture imprimée. Etui (Edgard Claes, 2007).Edition originale. Tirage limité à 180 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin d'Arches. Un des 150 exemplaires. Etonnante reliure de frère Edgard Claes, dont le décor évoque les mèches d'une chevelure. Bookseller Inventory # 38427

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AUDEN, W.H.

Published by Connecticut Graphics ArtsCenter, South Norwalk CT (2001)

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Item Description: Connecticut Graphics ArtsCenter, South Norwalk CT, 2001. unbound. Book Condition: fine. Limited. This is one of 5 artist's proofs, from an edition that includes 14 numbered copies, 2 printer's proofs, and an archive proof. Signed by the artist. Portfolio of 26 hand colored etchings by Robert Andrew Parker based on the poem by Auden. Loose, as issued in linen clamshell box with a printed label. (South Norwalk: Connecticut GraphicArts Center, 2001). Bookseller Inventory # 229348

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AMMAN (Jost)

Published by Nuremberg (1567)

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Item Description: Nuremberg, 1567. Engraved woodcut sheet, measuring 438 x 287 mms., with plate area 355 x 265, consisting of nude human figures, in Amman's characteristic slender representations, against an ornamental background, deep impressions of the woodcuts; some slight wear and creasing but a very good to fine copy. Born in Switzerland, Jost Amman (1539 - 1591) came to Nuremberg in 1560 to work with the publisher Virgil Solis, during which time he produced a number of woodcut engravings, sufficient, according to one of his students, to fill a hay wagon. He was said to be influenced by the engravings of Hans Holbein the younger (1497 - 1543), but this alphabet resembles one by Giacomo Paolini, the "Grotesque Alphabet," with a background of mythological landscapes. The only copy that I could find of this engraving is in Basel's Kunstmuseum, but there are bound to be others, particularly in the collection in the Kupferstichkabinett Berlin. Bookseller Inventory # 8148

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Hockney, David

Published by London: Faber and Faber for the AIDS Crisis (1991)

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Item Description: London: Faber and Faber for the AIDS Crisis, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Deluxe edition. Small folio. Edited by Stephen Spender. One of 300 copies (250 for sale) printed on Exhibition Fine Art Cartridge paper, specially bound in quarter vellum with handmade Fabriano Roma paper sidws, signed by Hockney, Spender and 22 of the contributors. Four contributors, Paul Theroux, Ted Hughes, Gore Vidal and Anthony Burgess, were unavailable or otherwise engaged at the time and were unable to sign the book. But the 22 who did sign read like a who's who of contemporary British and American letters: Seamus Heaney, Martin Amis. Kazuo Ishiguru, Iris Murdoch, William Gold- ing, Julian barnes, V. S. Pritchett, William Boyd, John Updike, Joyce Carol Oates, Arthur Miller, Norman Mailer, Margaret Drabble, Ian McEwan, Doris Lessing , Susan Sontag, et al. As new copy in publisher's box. An unmitigated triumph of the bookmaking art. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 1645

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AUDEN, W.H.

Published by Connecticut Graphics ArtsCenter, South Norwalk CT (2001)

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Item Description: Connecticut Graphics ArtsCenter, South Norwalk CT, 2001. unbound. Book Condition: fine. Limited. Number 3 of only 14 numbered copies, excluding 5 author's proofs, 2 printer's proofs and an archive proof. Signed by the artist. Portfolio of 26 hand colored etchings by Robert Andrew Parker based on the poem by Auden. Loose, as issued in linen clamshell box with a printed label. (South Norwalk: Connecticut Graphic Arts Center, 2001). Bookseller Inventory # 227662

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Item Description: John Murray, London, 1920. Three-Quarter Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. 1356 pp. Brown cloth cover with brown leather spine and corners. Gilt illustration on front cover with gilt edging on edges of leather and on the five bands on the spine. Cloth cover has is rubbed with a few marks. Light wear on edges of cover with a little loss on top rear and lower front edge. Rubbing to the gilt illustration. Leather scuffed. Wear on lower front cover with some damage to the board where the leather joins on the lower corner and lower spine. Gilt lettering on the spine. Marbled page edges. Marbled endpapers. There is a mark on the lower corner inside the front corner which may have been caused by moisture. This corresponds to the damage on the front cover. Small dealers stamp on first blank page. This book is tightly bound with the interior in excellent condition. Very good copy of this rare one volume edition. Size: 4to. Bookseller Inventory # 38008

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Item Description: First Edition. A complete set of the Almanacks, including some varieties we have not seen; 21 volumes, one in dust jacket. Almanack for 1883-[1895], London; George Routledge & Sons, 1883-[1895]; together with Kate Greenaway's Almanack & Diary for 1897, London; J. M. Dent & Co., 1897. 12mo and 24mo. Together with Alphabet. Paris; Librairie Hachette et Cie, n.d. Various bindings, Almanack for 1886 in the original dust jacket (actually the original mailing envelope). An exceptional set, near fine to fine. Housed in a contemporary quarter brown leather clamshell box, hinge expertly strengthened. Bookseller Inventory # pb.7355

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ROCKEFELLERANIA}

Published by Laura Spelman Rockefeller Chasin, New York, New York, U.S.A. (1997)

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Item Description: Laura Spelman Rockefeller Chasin, New York, New York, U.S.A., 1997. Cloth. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. First Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. A WONDERFUL ITEM. Mary French Rockefeller was married to David Rockefeller for nearly 63 years. When Mary passed away in 1997, her daughter, Laura Spelman Rockefeller chasin felt that there needed to be a lasting memorial for her mother which highlighted the personal, private moments that mary shared with her family. The album consists of pages corresponding to letters of the alphabet. The photos in this alphabetical listing represent those personal moments. Many, if not all of the photos are unpublished and, thus, unavailable to the public. This is a WONDERFUL item that shows the tender moments of a wonderful women, Mary French Rockefeller. Overall, a FINE copy of this EXTRAORDINARILY SCARCE item. Bookseller Inventory # 015240

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Scholastic

Published by Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching

ISBN 10: 0439553679 ISBN 13: 9780439553674

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Item Description: Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0439553679

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Item Description: Berlin -1943, 1810. Ab 1925 4°. In 156 Bdn. 1810-1863 nahezu einheitliche Ppbde. m. Rtit. 1912-43 fast einheitliche Hlwdbde. m. Rtit. Dazwischen Pp.-, Hlwd.- od. Hldrbde. m. Rtit. Von 1810-38 Doppelbde., danach Einzelbde. Einbde. sind bestoßen, berieben u. häufig leicht angeschmutzt. Meist Bibliotheksex. m. St. od. Sign. a. Tit. od. Vorsatz. Einige S. sind gelb- od. braunfleckig. Einige wenige Bde. sind wasserfleckig, haben Blei- bzw. Buntstiftanstreichungen od. Randbemerkungen. Es fehlen: 1830 Heft 17; 1833 Heft 22; 1834 Hefte 11 u. 20; 1836 Heft 9 ; 1858 Heft 52; 1928 Heft 16 u. 1840 fehlt d. chronolog. Übersicht. Auch fehlt bei d. Chronologischen Zusammenstellungen Bd. 8 v. 1881-1883. - EINZELBDE. AUF ANFRAGE! Ab 1907 u.d.T.: Preußische Gesetzsammlung. Ab 1928 beim Verlag Decker, Berlin erschienen. 0 gr. Bookseller Inventory # 136337

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