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Raemaekers, Louis; Theodore Roosevelt intro.

Published by NY: The Century Co, 1917. 2 vols, large folios. In cloth jackets (1917)

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From: The Book Den (Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: NY: The Century Co, 1917. 2 vols, large folios. In cloth jackets, 1917. Hardcover. Djs smudged. Books have faint smudges. Tape stains on fep. Vg. Art: Monographs; Cartoons, Comics. Copy #191 of 1050 copies printed for J. Barton Townsend. Signed by the secretary of the Century Co. Ships in a box directly from our store in Santa Barbara, California. Seller Inventory # RAEMCENT01

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The Great War in 1916, A Neutral's: Louis Raemaekers

Louis Raemaekers

Published by The Fine Art Society, Ltd (1917)

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About this Item: The Fine Art Society, Ltd, 1917. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Signed oversized hardback book illustrated with sixty cartons by Louis Raemaekers. Printed in this Edition de Luxe of 1,050 copies of which 1,000 are for sale - signed by the artist on limitation page. Front board is slight curved - bottom of back board has small area of soiling with torn outer fabric (see photo)- ends of spine are scuffed/worn. International shipping will require additional charge. Bookseller since 1995 (LL-Base2-BS-steelcabinet-bottom) rareviewbooks. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # RVB02081806

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Raemaekers, Louis - Edited By J. Murray Allison - Foreward By Theodore Roosevelt

Published by The Century Co.

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About this Item: The Century Co. Condition: Good++, Good++. Limited Edition, 1917. elephant folio, B/W,Color Ills, Hardcover Hardcover 2 volume set. Limited edition of of 1050 copies, printed from type on especially made Alexandra Japan Paper in the month of April, 1917. This copy is number 204 printed for Samuel W. Lambert and signed by the Century Co. secretary Douglas Z. Woty. White cloth boards with Raemakers name in gold on front covers and titling on spine in gold over leather strip. Leather is chipping. Spine edges lightly frayed. Boards show soil and edgewear, some bumping to edges. Interior pages and plates are in very good condition. Some of the plates show offset shadows from the text of the opposite page, where you can see the wording in white mirror image. Deckle edges. Canvas dust jackets are noticeably soiled, with some fraying to corners and edges. One inch pieces missing from upper spines. "The cartoons of Louis Raemaekers constitute the most powerful of the honorable contributions made by neutrals to the cause of civilization in the World War" - Theodore Roosevelt. Riveting cartoons denoting the German atrocities during World War I. Seller Inventory # 034520

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RAEMAEKERS, Louis.

Published by The Century Co., New York (1917)

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About this Item: The Century Co., New York, 1917. Foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. 2 vols. Oversize folio, original white cloth in cloth wrappers, t.e.g., as issued. No 98 of 1050 copies, signed by Louis Raemaekers. A few tiny chips to the spine labels; some slight foxing to the cloth; otherwise very nice in lightly soiled cloth wrappers. Seller Inventory # 19079

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Raemaekers, Louis.

Published by (Chiswick Press: Printed by Charles Whittingham for) The Fine Art Society, Ltd., London: 1917. (1917)

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About this Item: (Chiswick Press: Printed by Charles Whittingham for) The Fine Art Society, Ltd., London: 1917., 1917. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. pp. xviii, 60 Tipped in color plates with facing text. Wide margins. Printed on heavy gray paper. Title page printed in red and black. Uncut. Top edge gold. Chiswick Press Edition de Luxe. Edition Limited to only 1,050 copies, of which 1,000 are for sale. Limitation signed in pencil by Louis Raemaekers. Folio. 14 x 19". Original cloth backed marbled boards binding. Leather spine labels, worn. Extremities worn with small loss. Binding has some soiling. Still, a very nice copy of a magnificent book, documenting the most powerful illustrative art of World War One. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! WWI 1. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 0228WWI

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Raemaeker, Louis. Theodore Roosevelt. J. Murray Allison

Published by The Century Company. NY. 1917 (1917)

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About this Item: The Century Company. NY. 1917, 1917. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Two very large volumes. Bound in olive green cloth with gold facsimile of authors signature on the covers. Black leather title labels on the spine. 2 volumes. First volume has 54 color plates tipped in. Volume 2 has 71 more. Books measure a whopping 14 x 18 inches. This is the deluxe edition, printed on Alexandria Japan Paper. A limited edition of 1050 copies. This is copy 56. It is signed on the limitation page by the artist, Louis Raemaekers. In addition, this copy has the recipient's name printed on the limitation page -- it is Charles Lane Poor, who was a influential professor of astronomy in NY and VA. Very good condition. Raemaekers' WWI cartoons are instantly recognizable; his brazen anti-German drawings were used in propaganda and recruitment posters during the war. This copy will cost more to ship than the ABE default setting. Please email if you have questions. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # Fred-W678

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Raemaeker, Louis

Published by The Century Company, New York (1917)

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About this Item: The Century Company, New York, 1917. Edition De Luxe, no. 141 of 1000 copies. This copy printed for L. Gordon Hamersley and signed by the Secretary of the Century Co. on Alexandra Japan Paper. Illustrated with tipped-in plates, many in color. 2 vols. Large folio. Louis Raemaekers (1869-1956), was born and lived in Holland, thus ostensibly remaining neutral in World War I; he was anything but. These volumes of savage cartoons and drawings, excoriating the Hun, amply testify to his place at the side of the Allies, and caused him great difficulties from Germany, notwithstanding his country's neutrality. The first two volumes deal with the early years of the war, the third covers the final phase, from the entry of America to the conclusion of peace. The three are simply and beautifully bound, and are in fine condition. AN IMPRESSIVE SET. Original white buckram. Fine in original white cloth dust jackets Illustrated with tipped-in plates, many in color. 2 vols. Large folio Edition De Luxe, no. 141 of 1000 copies. This copy printed for L. Gordon Hamersley and signed by the Secretary of the Century Co. on Alexandra Japan Paper. Seller Inventory # 35386

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The Great War: A Neutral's Indictment: On: Raemaekers, Louis; with

Raemaekers, Louis; with an Appreciation by H. Perry Robinson and Descriptive Notes by E. Garet

Published by The Fine Art Society, Ltd., London (1916)

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About this Item: The Fine Art Society, Ltd., London, 1916. Three Quarter Buckram. Condition: Fair. Louis Raemaekers (illustrator). First Edition. FIRST EDITION signed by Louis Raemaekers. Limited edition (1 of 1050). Three quarter white buckram with white-beige marbled boards blindstamped with the white signature of Louis Raemaekers. The signature on the board is well chipped and difficult to read Moderate rubbing with a chip to the marbling at the bottom left of the spine. Heavy edge wear. Maroon calf leather label on spine with heavye wear. Fraying to the buckram at top & bottom of spine with an an extensive 5" split at back cover & spine. Gilt lettering on label and gilt design to spine. Bookplate of Lenox Library behind front cover. Binding is very weak with webbing visible at the gutter behind boards. frontispiece illustration in color torn at the glue at bottom not affecting the body of the image. Signed by Louis Raemaekers in pencil below the photo. All one hundred plates are in EXCELLENT condition except for the frontispiece (as noted above). Only SIGNED COPY available online. Great restoration candidate. Louis Raemaekers (April 6, 1869 in Roermond - July 26, 1956 in Scheveningen) was a Dutch painter and cartoonist for the Amsterdam Telegraaf during World War I, noted for his anti-German stance. He was born in Roermond, Netherlands in 1869 as the son of an ethnically German newspaper editor. He worked for the Algemeen Handelsblad from 1906 to 1909. His graphic cartoons depicted the rule of the German military in Belgium, portrayed the Germans as barbarians and Kaiser Wilhelm II as an ally of Satan. The German government offered a reward of 12, 000 guilders for Raemaekers, dead or alive. The German government forced the Dutch government to place Raemaekers on trial for 'endangering Dutch neutrality', but a jury acquitted him. He later left for England because of the bounty on his head. There, his work was published in The Times and he released a collection, Raemaekers Cartoon History of the War, in 1919. 150 of his works toured the United Kingdom and France in an exhibit. Size: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. Signed by Author. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 013650

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Raemaekers, Louis & Allison, J. Murray & Roosevelt, Theodore

Published by Century (1917)

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About this Item: Century, 1917. First Edition. THE CENTURY EDITION DE LUXE OF RAEMAEKERS' WAR CARTOONS WITH DESCRIPTIVE CHAPTERS, Century, 1917, first edition, 2 large folio volumes, some modest spotting to the upper rear corner near the spine of one volume, else near fine copies in vg original cloth dust-wrappers. Edited by J. Murray Allison with a foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. 1/1,050 such copies, this one being printed especially for Harrington E. Walker, grandson of Hiram Walker (think whiskey) and SIGNED by both the secretary of the publisher as well as the artist Raemaekers. Apparently scarce thus. Replete with 125 tipped in plates, many of which are in color. Seller Inventory # 12955

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The Century Edition De Luxe of Raemaekers': Raemaekers, Louis. (1869

Raemaekers, Louis. (1869 - 1956)

Published by New York: The Century Co., (1917)

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About this Item: New York: The Century Co., 1917. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. No. 14 of 50 special copies with a signed, original drawing by the artist and the artist's signature on the dedication page, of a total of 1050 copies. Size of binding: 13 ½ in. x 17 ¾ in. Two volumes, large folio. 125 mounted plates, some being in color, each with a printed descriptive essay. The original signed drawing, in pencil and water-color, showing a young soldier, is in the front of Volume I, which contains a specially printed leaf giving the limitation number and the subscriber's name for whom this copy was printed (William G. Mather). White textured cloth with red leather gilt title labels on the spines, and gilt titling and the artist's signature reproduced in gold on the front covers. Light grey end-papers and pages. White oil-cloth dust jackets with gilt titling on the spine and the artist's signature reproduced in gold on the front covers. The cover edges show some tan spotting and dusting. The oil-cloth dust jackets show some wear, scattered tan spotting, dusting, and a few stains. The original drawing and the mounted illustrations are generally clean. Volume I contains the bookplate of William G. Mather (1857-1951), a Cleveland, Ohio-based book collector who was associated with the Cleveland Museum of Art. This special copy contains a typed letter to W. G. Mather: "We are sending by express your set of the Century Edition deluxe of Raemaekers' War Cartoons. It was my pleasure to be with Raemaekers while he was making some of the original sketches for the low numbers of his work. I was greatly amused at seeing him draw the character which is the subject of your sketch, and when it was finished I asked him for its title; he replied, 'that is Fritz at attention,' and I trust you will fully enjoy it. As you understand these copies, numbers one to fifty, have an individual distinction, being the only ones in the world containing original sketches by the artist and signed, and only fifty will be made." The letter was signed by the publication manager of The Century Company on Nov. 1, 1917. This copy also contains the original invoice from The Century Company. Weight is 15 lbs. Packing and postage will be extra on this item. Signed by Illustrator(s). Seller Inventory # m-485

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