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New York: Doubleday, 1923. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham, with 20 color plates and 29 drawings in black & white. Small 4to, rubricated title, handsomely rebound in 3/4 crimson morocco. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1923. Very good (+). Twenty Five stories that first appeared in the large volume of Grimm in 1909, with the same illustrations. Latimore & Haskell, p.53.
London: Constable, 1909. Translated by Mrs. Edgar Lucas. Beautifully illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 40 mounted color plates with lettered tissue guards, and numerous additional b/w drawings. 325pp., thick short 4to, elegantly bound by Sangorsky & Sutcliffe in full crimson crushed morocco; gilt- decorated spine with raised bands; marbled end papers, uncut edges, t.e.g. London: Constable & Company, 1909. Fine. A gorgeous copy of this deluxe limited edition. Number 186 of 750 copies, signed by Rackham on the limitation page.....
New York: Harper & Brothers. Lithograph. 19" x 21.5". Trimmed to neat line at bottom half of right edge. Shows foxing throughout. Expertly repaired on verso. In very good condition. Insets show Canton River (Macau and Hong Kong), Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania), River Hoogly (Calcutta), Singapore, and the Colony of Good Hope. The region of modern-day Alaska is shown as Russian Posessions, and Texas is indicated as a republic.
Chicago: Kingman Brothers, 1878. Compiled, Drawn and Published from Personal Examinations and Surveys. Pictorial title page, Maps, Lithographic Views, portraits & biographies. 129p. Folio, original cloth, backed in leather; considerably worn; spine torn. (Chicago): Kingman Brothers, 1878. First Edition. The contents are clean & fine.
Hidden Hills, CA: 1968. 2 pages, 11 x 8.5 inches, Hidden Hills, California, September 22, 1968. Written to American actor and voice-over comedian Hans Conried, in part: "...das was a most wonderful party...It all reminded me of the charm und Gemuetlichkeit of Wien where we have spend (sic) many happy hours with seiner Majestaet Kaiser Franz Joseph some time ago. Such memories, ach! At no time was there any need to say: is'nt dere any osser blace open to night?".....