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[Tagore, Rabindranath] The Post Office

by Tagore, Rabindranath

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London: Macmillan and Co, 1914. First Edition. First Edition. Original publisher's gilt blue fine woven cloth. With the bookplate of "Society of Writers to His Majesty's Signet." Preface by W. B. Yeats. Fine copy.
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[Taylor, Isaac] Advice to Teens; or, Practical Helps
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[Taylor, Isaac] Advice to Teens; or, Practical Helps

by Taylor, Isaac

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London: Rest Fenner, 1818. First edition. First edition. Contemporary three-quarter polished black calf, marbled boards and endpapers. 194pp. Engraved frontispiece, "Well Do I Remember..." Anne C. Morrel, well-known collector's copy with her bookplate. With nice contemporary presentation inscription last page "Louisa H. A. Jones, from her dear papa, Christmas..." Calf rubbed, occasional wear.
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[Taylor, Jane and Ann] Rural Scenes; or, A Peep into the Country, for Good Children [Together...
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[Taylor, Jane and Ann] Rural Scenes; or, A Peep into the Country, for Good Children [Together with] City Scenes" or, A Peep into London for Good Children

by Taylor, Jane and Ann

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London: Printed for Darton and Harvey by W. Darton, and Joseph and James Harvey, 1809. First edition. First edition. 12mo. Two separate titles bound contemporaneously. The excessively rare and important "Rural Scenes," the first book by Jane and Ann Taylor, few if any copies sold of the first edition (i.e. 1805) in recent memory, and few held in institutions. Three-quarter light tan polished calf, black calf label on gilt spine, early marbled boards, endsheets. "Rural Scenes," 64pp., 32 plates with superb woodcut engravings; "City Scenes," 76pp., 36 plates with exquisite woodcut engravings. A wonderfully preserved, clean, tight and near fine copy internally. edge-wear to calf. A rare survival indeed.
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[Tenniel, John] Cartoons from Punch
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[Tenniel, John] Cartoons from Punch

by Tenniel, John

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London: Bradbury & Evans, 1862. First edition. First edition. First edition. Folio. Superbly bound in full cherry red morocco with attractive rectilinear gilt-ruled frames and blossom motifs at four corners on both covers, very ornate gilt leather doublures, watered silk fly-leaves. Each page is a tissue-guarded engraved cartoon with titles and captions covering England and the USA from 1859-1862. Rebacked with original spine remounted. Wear to corners, spine, else very good and tight.
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[Tenniel, John- ALS] from E. T. Reed

[Tenniel, John- ALS] from E. T. Reed

by [Tenniel, John]

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ALS from E. T. Reed, artist, to John Tenniel, 2+ pp., He sends figures gathered by his father's secretary for the Mediterranean Fleets. "My dear Tenniel, Following are the figures gathered by my father's secretary after great difficulties. The French & Russian were most difficult to ascertain exactly, he says." List of figures given. "Whether the Black Sea ships should be included and or not I can hardly say.
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[Tennyson, Alfred Lord] The May Queen
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[Tennyson, Alfred Lord] The May Queen

by Tennyson, Alfred Lord

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London: Day & Son, 1861. First Edition. First Edition. Quarto. Publisher's green pebbled and embossed cloth with near all-over intricate gilt-stamped floral design on cover by John Leighton, gilt spine. With 22 superb tissue-guarded color plates comprised lavishly illuminate border work, illustration and typography, by Mrs. W. H. Harley. Printed on one side only, interleaved with tissue. Sticker on rear pastedown, "Bound by Leighton Son & Hodge." "H. G. Goodday" [Horatio George] copy, with his signature. Front cover slightly stained and showing wear, internally very good with slight foxing to some tissue guards.
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[Tennyson, Alfred] Queen Mary
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[Tennyson, Alfred] Queen Mary

by Tennyson, Alfred

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Boston: James R. Osgood, 1875. First American edition. First American edition. Publishers fine pebbled cloth with gilt vignette on cover, gilt lettering on spine. 284pp. Top of spine frayed, else very good.
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[Tennyson, Alfred Lord] Original Albumen photograph by James Mudd, 1861

[Tennyson, Alfred Lord] Original Albumen photograph by James Mudd, 1861

by Tennyson, Alfred Lord

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10.5 x 6.5 cm (image size 8 x 5.3 cm) on card paper. A nice albumen photograph of Alfred Lord Tennyson, by James Mudd, published by Cundall, Downes & Co, 1861 (printed: Published April 15th, 1861 by Cundall & Co, 168, New Bond St. at base) Alfred Tennyson the 1st Baron Tennyson (1809-1892), and Poet Laureate, was a sitter in 97 portraits. Cundall, Downes & Co (active 1859-1865), were artists and photographers associated with 94 portraits. James Mudd (1821-1906), photographer, was associated with 12 portraits.
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[Tennyson, Alfred Lord] Set of Six Titles, Uniformly Bound: Princess; Poems; Idylls of the King;...
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[Tennyson, Alfred Lord] Set of Six Titles, Uniformly Bound: Princess; Poems; Idylls of the King; Maud, In Memoriam; Enoch Arden. Uniformly Bound Full Dark Blue Calf

by Tennyson, Alfred Lord

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London: Edward Moxon, 1864. First and Various Very Early Edtions. First and Various Very Early Edtions. Six Volumes. Bound to match in full 19th Century finely polished dark blue calf with single fillet gilt ruled border and blindstamped design, spine with six panels, red morocco label as well as five ornately tooled panels, marbled endsheets, and marbled side edges (all three). Superb bold gilt decorations along side edges of boards. The titles were all owned by family members of the Stahlschmidt family, all either presented or owned thereby: two with presentations to Caroline L. Stahlschmidt, from her brother, 1859, 1860; three signed by Bertha Henrietta Stahlschmidt, 1859, 1860, 1862; and one signed by Caroline Louisa Stahlschmidt (i.e. without a presentation). In order of publication date: Poems, 1858, Twelfth Edition; The Princess, 1858, Eight Edition; Maud, 1859, A New Edition; Idylls of the King, 1859, First Edition; In Memoriam, 1860, Ninth Edition; Enoch Arden, First Edition. A very pleasing… Read More
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[Tennyson, Alfred] Maud, and Other Poems

[Tennyson, Alfred] Maud, and Other Poems

by Tennyson, Alfred

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London: Edward Moxon, 1855. First edition. First edition. Original green blind-stamped cloth, gilt lettering on spine. Ads in front dated August, 1855. From the Mortimer Collins collection (English Poet and Novelist), and evidently his annotated 'corrections' on the last poem, "The Charge of the Light Brigade," where the stanza numbering has been changed and a new stanza added (2), as well as adding corrections and a few lines at the end, all from later renderings by Tennyson of the poem. Some slight cover marking, very good and tight. Scarce thus.
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[Tennyson, Alfred] A Welcome

[Tennyson, Alfred] A Welcome

by Tennyson, Alfred

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London: Edward Moxon, 1863. 4pp. 12mo. Self wrappers. Title page, and two pages of text. Near fine. Very scarce.
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[Tennyson, Alfred] Poems Chiefly Lyrical
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[Tennyson, Alfred] Poems Chiefly Lyrical

by Tennyson, Alfred

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London: Effingham Wilson, 1830. First edition. First edition. Superbly bound c. 1900 by Bradsteet's of New York (signed with an ink pallet on front endleaf) in full brown morocco with elaborate bold gilt blocked floral and quatrefoil centerpiece design on both covers, elaborate gilt-tooled spine. The name "Dr. Henry M. Garsson" appears in gilt at the bottom right front cover, gilt dentelles. First issue point of p.91 mis-numbered as "19." Also with the scarce errata leaf and even scarcer two-page advertisement at end. "Carcanet" is spelled correctly (second state point). This is Tennyson's first regularly published book. Bradstreet's was a very well-respected binder and received an 'honorable mention' in de Bois's "Historical Essay on Art of Bookbinding" (1883)/ Henry Garsson founded a munitions contracting business in 1941, and, interesting, after the war, was found guilty of defrauding the U. S. government and was imprisoned. Fine.
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[Tennyson, Alfred] Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1830); together with, Poems (1833)
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[Tennyson, Alfred] Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1830); together with, Poems (1833)

by Tennyson, Alfred

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London; London: Effingham Wilson; Edward Moxon, 1833. First editions. First editions. Charles Merivale's Copies, signed by him on both volumes contemporaneously. Similarly bound in 19th Century wavy-grained maroon polished calf, ornate gilt border designs on both covers, morocco labels on spines, four bands with blind-stamped designs. Poems, Chiefly Lyrical, with first issue error, on page 91 (mis-numbered as "19"). 154pp. with errata slip at end and no ads. Poems with "Ouverie" Street imprint on verso of title-page. A matching set handsomely bound with marbled edges on all three sides and marbled endpapers. Both with contemporaneous inscriptions, 1830 and 1833 by Merivale, noted English historian and churchman and main founder and promoter of the famed "Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race" which took place at Henley n 1829. His principal work, "A History of the Romans Under the Empire," was eight volumes 1850-1862. Poems with one thin peeling of leather about 2" long, else both very good or better.
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[Tennyson, Alfred] Autograph Letter Signed to Francis Overend White, Author
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[Tennyson, Alfred] Autograph Letter Signed to Francis Overend White, Author

by Tennyson, Alfred

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Two pages on large 12mo mourning stationary on Tennysonís ìAldworthî stationary. To author Francis Overend White. [Printed} Aldworth, Haslemere, Surrey. ìJuly 2/86 Lord Tennyson begs to thank Mr. White for his kind letter. He could have much pleasure in possessing Archbishop Tenisonís Life: and is grateful to Mr. White for the thought of sending it to him. Lord Tennyson would be delighted to give Mr. White an order to see the portrait at [Punninpond??] if he feels inclined to go and see it at any time.î Together with an unrelated empty envelope addressed in Tennysonís hand: ìHer Royal Higness/ The Crown Princess of Prussia & Pfse Royals/ Osborne/ Tennyson.î.
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[Tennyson Interest] Maud, A Poem of the People

[Tennyson Interest] Maud, A Poem of the People

by Bennett, W.C.

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London: L. Booth, 1856. Stated "Second Edition Enlarged". Stated "Second Edition Enlarged" 12mo. Three-quarter calf. Exceedingly scarce and oddball, if not scathing, poem intended (as per title) to address Tennyson directly by way of his allegorical poem, which must have met with some public acceptance as the "Second Enlarged Edition" was published in the space of one year from the first (also dated 1856). While the author gives a disclaimer in the foreword, the poem devolves into an anti-war protest, at one point decrying Tennyson in this way: "Who clamours for war? --Is it one who is ready to fight? Is it one who will grasp the sword, and rush on the foe with a shout? Far from it; --'t is one of a musing mind, who merely intends to write; He sits at home by his own snug hearth, and hears the storm howl without." No copies on net at time of writing. Near fine.
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[Tennyson Interest] Tennyson Naturschilderungen (Tennyson's Descriptions of Nature)
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[Tennyson Interest] Tennyson Naturschilderungen (Tennyson's Descriptions of Nature)

by Rupprecht, Georg

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Leipzig and Reudnitz: Press of Oswald Schmidt, 1893. First edition. First edition. Printed wrappers, light blue paper spine. A dissertation by Georg Rupprecht at the University of Leipzig involving Tennyson's descriptions of nature. 74pp. Scarce. From William Fredeman Collection.
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[Tennyson, Frederic- Autograph Manuscript Poem of Alfred Tennyson, His Brother] Davy and the...
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[Tennyson, Frederic- Autograph Manuscript Poem of Alfred Tennyson, His Brother] "Davy and the Dignified Flunkey

by Tennyson, Frederic

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A fascinating manuscript poem written by Frederick Tennyson, brother of Alfred Tennyson, of a poem by Alfred. The poem was originally wedded to a copy of Frederick Tennyson's "Days and Hours," (1854) and presented to "Charles F. Goss from his pal, A Tennyson," but now stands alone. A few lines: "Most dignified Flunkey beware of the hour/ When Davy shall ask thee with manner so sour,/ If yet thou hast washed with the ordered soft soap/ For if not, you ought to be whipped with a rope..." 16 lines in total, followed by "Alf. Tennyson/ Poet Laureate." A rare survival indeed.
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[Textile Design] Handleiding bij het ontwerpen van motieven naar plantvormen [...for design...
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[Textile Design] Handleiding bij het ontwerpen van motieven naar plantvormen [...for design motifs in plant forms]

by Tekelenburg, A.A.

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Amsterdam: S. L. Van Looy, 1913. First edition. First edition. Original publisher's pictorial paper covered boards with green designs over beige, that open up into the form of a folding folder. 36 superb and highly decorative color plates comprising highly stylized and graphically pleasing studies on form, geometry and color of leaf patterns, blossoms, etc. in light green, ochre, red, dark brown and other colors. Extremely attractive and evocative of both Art Nouveau as well as Secessionist design elements. Near fine, with slight cover soiling. Very scarce.
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[Thomson, Hugh- Presentation Copy] Our Village

[Thomson, Hugh- Presentation Copy] Our Village

by Mitford, Mary Russell

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London: Macmillan and Co, 1893. First Edition Thus. First Edition Thus. 256pp. AEG. Superb full gilt-blocked publisher's green cloth on cover and spine. Illustrated throughout pen and ink drawings by Hugh Thomson. Publisher's Presentation Copy, with embossed stamp to title page. An excellent copy, near fine with.
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[Thomson, E. Gertrude Illustration] The Fairies
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[Thomson, E. Gertrude Illustration] The Fairies

by Allingham, Willam

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London: Thos. de la Rue & Co, 1883. First edition. First edition. Original oblong publisher's smooth green card wrappers with delightful illustration in beige (and lettering) by Thomson of a fairy riding a rodent. Title page vignette and six superb color and 14 sepia illustrations, all by Thomson in manner reminiscent of Walter Crane or Richard Doyle. With small decorative bookplate of Nigel H. L. Temple to inside front cover. Very good. Scarce. Fredeman 46.11.
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