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‎Georges Antoine ROCHEGROSSE - [Versailles 1859 - 1938] - Peintre et illustrateur français‎

‎Reçu Autographe Signé de Georges Antoine Rochegrosse à Mr Méaulle -‎

‎1 page in8 -‎

‎Reçu pour le paiement de son dessin "Entrevue du camp du Drap d'Or"-‎

Bookseller reference : GF27331

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Galerie Fert
Nyons France Francia França France
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‎Georges Govy.‎

‎SANG D'ESPAGNE‎

‎Avec un envoi de l'auteur "Pour Francis Ambrière, avec toute mon affection" Broché.in12, (11x18cm)282 pages. Complet.Exemplaire bien conservé. Intérieur frais avec quelques rousseurs claires. Paris, Librairie Arthème Fayard, 1958. Georges Govy est un écrivain français né à Eupatoria (Crimée) en 19131, lauréat du Prix Renaudot en 1955 ref/78/3‎

Bookseller reference : CZC-4761

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Livres & Autographes
Lille France Francia França France
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‎George-Day‎

‎SUITE A MOI-MEME, poèmes avec un dessin inédit de Marie Laurencin 1953.‎

‎Avec un envoi de l'auteur "A Francis Ambrière, en très affectueuse offrande" Broché. Titrage sur le premier plat. in8, (14x19cm) 44 pages. Complet. Exemplaire bien conservé. Intérieur frais et sans rousseurs. UN DES 400 EXEMPLAIRES SUR ALFA. EN VENTE L'EXEMPLAIRE N°173. Avec un dessin de Marie Laurencin en frontispice. Paris, Editions du Dauphin, 1953. George-Day est le nom de plume d'Yvonne Debeauvais, écrivain, poète, auteur dramatique française du xxe siècle, née à Bordeaux en 1893, décédée en 1971. ref/78/5‎

Bookseller reference : CZC-4785

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Livres & Autographes
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‎GEORGE-DAY.‎

‎Suite à moi-même. Poèmes. Avec un dessin inédit de Marie Laurencin.‎

‎Paris,Editions du Dauphin,1953 ; in-8°,broché,couvertute imprimée en rouge et noir;44pp.;couverture un peu poussiéreuse,sinon bon état.‎

‎Dessin de Marie Laurencin en frontispice.Edition originale tirée à 410 exemplaires numérotés,celui-ci 1 des 400 sur alfa.Envoi autographe signé de l’auteur à Roger Gaillard.(S)‎

Bookseller reference : cROU-1625

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Livres Anciens N. Rousseau
Reuilly France Francia França France
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‎Georges Duhamel‎

‎SUZANNE ET LES JEUNES HOMMES. bel envoi de l'auteur à Paul Archambault, 1941‎

‎SUZANNE ET LES JEUNES HOMMES Georges Duhamel bel envoi de l'auteur à Paul Archambault, 1941 vol broché, 180x140, bon état, 316pp Paris Mercure de France 1941 Paul Archambault (Orléans, 8 avril 1883 - Versailles, 22 novembre 1950), est un écrivain essayiste et philosophe français. ref/c12/5‎

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Livres & Autographes
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‎GEORGES DUHAMEL‎

‎SUZANNE ET LES JEUNES HOMMES‎

‎GEORGES DUHAMEL SUZANNE ET LES JEUNES HOMMES A PARIS LES EDITIONS DU MERCURE DE FRANCE 1941 EDITION ORIGINALE DE CET AVANT-DERNIER VOLUME DE LA "CHRONIQUE DES PASQUIER" DU GRAND ROMANCIER ACADEMICIEN ET MEDECIN. IL EST ICI QUESTION ICI DE L'ACTRICE SUZANNE PASQUIER AIME PAR SON METTEUR EN SCENE ET COURTISEE PAR UN TRIO DE FRERES VIVANT ET L'EMMENANT A LA CAMPAGNE. APRES AVOIR JOUE "LA MUSE" ELLE LES QUITTE DANS LA DOULEUR MAIS APPELEE PAR SON ART: LE JEU SCENIQUE... ENVOI DE L'AUTEUR DATE DE DECEMBRE 1941 A "MADAME DELFROTRIE / EN FIDELE ET RECONNAISSANT HOMMAGE / CE NOUVEAU FRUIT DE MON ARBRE..." (EPOUSE DU SENATEUR DU NORD, PIERRE DELFORTRIE (1879-1953)) RELIURE LEGEREMENT POSTERIEURE DEMI BASANE BRUNE A COINS DOS 6 NERFS AVEC FLEURON BASANE TURQUOISE ET TITRE SUR CE MEME CUIR; PLATS PAPIER MABRE CERISE. TRES BON ETAT. DOS UN PEU FROTTE. COUVERTURES ET DOS CONSERVES. PAGES JAUNIES. FORMAT : 19 x 13 cm. 315 PAGES‎

Bookseller reference : CZC-4475

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Livres & Autographes
Lille France Francia França France
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‎Georgette Anys‎

‎Vagues Poèmes, bel envoi de l'actrice !‎

‎vol. broché, 250x180,57pp, pages un peu gondolées, bon exemplaire, rare ! enrichi d'un bel envoi de l'actrice Chez l'auteur achevé d'imprimé 1956 Georgette Anys, de son vrai nom Marie Georgette Dubois, née le 15 juillet 1909 à Bagneux (Hauts-de-Seine) et morte le 4 mars 1993 aux Mureaux (Yvelines), est une actrice française. Après ses études secondaires, elle suit les cours de Silvain, doyen de la Comédie-Française. Elle se produit dans les opérettes : Phi-Phi, Le comte Obligado, Les trois filles, Rosa la rose... Avant guerre elle était directrice et animatrice de cabarets : au "Pou du ciel", "Toi et moi", "L'académie des vins", "La montagne". Beaucoup de radio et de télévision. Quant au cinéma, elle tourne plus de 80 films, surtout dans les années 1950, sollicitée en Italie et dans les productions hollywoodiennes. Elle participe aux séries cultes du petit écran Les Cinq Dernières Minutes, Maigret. Retirée dans sa maison de Menucourt dans le Val-d'Oise, elle décède d'un cancer à l'Hôpital des Mureaux, âgée de 83 ans.‎

Bookseller reference : CZC-1007

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‎Georges Jamati‎

‎VIVIANE féerie en trois actes‎

‎VIVIANE féerie en trois actes Georges Jamati Bel exemplaire enrichit d'un envoi de l'auteur. Exemplaire numéroté 52, tirage à 500 ex. sur Alpha Broché 190x140, bel état int. 80pp édition Savel 1950 ref/100‎

Bookseller reference : CZC-5374

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‎Geo LONDON [Georges Samuel dit] - [Paris 1885 - 1951] - Ecrivain et journaliste français‎

‎Lettre Autographe Signée de Geo London à Jacques Deval - Londres le 10 juin 1935 -‎

‎2 pages in12 - bon état - Il a été heureux de la reprise de ses articles mais ne pensait pas qu'il le mettrait à l'honneur "à deux reprises même" - Il remercie pour cela et pour la belle édition de "Tovaritch" - Jacques DEVAL (ou Jacques Boularan) (1866 - 1972) était un dramaturge, scénariste et réalisateur français par ailleurs père de Gérard de Villiers -‎

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Nyons, FR
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‎Geodakian, G[eorgii] Sh[mavonovich].‎

‎Aram Khachaturian. Erevan, Izd-vo AN ArmSSR, Arvesti Institut / Akademiia nauk Armianskoi SSR. Institut iskusstv, 1972.‎

‎265, (3) SS. Mit gedr. Portraitfrontispiz, darunter 4zlg. eigenh. Widmung Chatschaturjans, sowie 40 gedr. Tafeln und zahlr. Notenbeispielen im Text. Weißer Ganzleinenband der Zeit mit goldgepr. Deckel- und Rückentitel und blindgepr. Deckelfileten. Mit bedr. Schutzumschlag. 4to. Einzige Ausgabe. - Exemplar mit eigenh. Widmung des sowjetisch-armenischen Komponisten Aram Iljitsch Chatschaturjan (1903-1978). OCLC 6770336.‎

‎Geoffroy Auguste‎

‎La Somnambule roman d'actualite‎

‎Paris: E. Dentu 1890. Livre. Assez bon. broché. Dédicacé par l'auteur. Edition originale. Grand In-16. Paris E. Dentu 1890. 17 x 11 cm grand in-16 370 pp. broché couverture jaune imprimée. Mention probablement fictive de 3e édition. Bel et long ENVOI autographe signé de l'auteur sur ce roman populaire très rare absent du CCFr comme du KvK. Auguste Geoffroy 1856-1929 publiciste publia un bon nombre de romans populaires souvent appelés "romans d'actualité" certains sous le nom de Camille Descamps Geoffroy de La Mothe ou Armand de Lanrose. Rousseurs sur papier blanc petite perte de papier au faux-titre. E. Dentu Paperback‎

Bookseller reference : 3109

‎GEOFFROY Gustave - (Paris 1855 - 1926) - Ecrivain et critique français‎

‎Lettre Autographe Signée à Auguste Gaud - Paris le 14 décembre 1902 - 1 page in8 -‎

‎Il le remercie pour son interessante lettre et son bel article ainsi que pour l'envoi de ses volumes "qui me charment par leur accent d'humanité, leur poèsie intime, leur force de terroir" - Il l'invite à sa nouvelle adresse - Il quitte l'Ile Saint Louis pour le boulevard Pereire... - [En tant que bien culturel de catégorie 8, (décret no 93 - 124 du 29 janvier 1993), cet article ne peut être vendu sans formalité que dans la Communauté Européenne ] -‎

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‎GEOFFROY Gustave - (Paris 1855 - 1926) - Ecrivain et critique français‎

‎Lettre Autographe Signée à Christian Melchior - Bonnet - Paris le 3 mai 1922 -‎

‎1 page in12 - trés bon état - A propos du local de l'Académie Goncourt - "Je puis seulement vous dire qu'Edmond de Goncourt prévoyait pour l'avenir une résidence fixe...." -‎

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‎Georg III., Herzog von Sachsen-Meiningen (1892-1946).‎

‎7 ms. Briefe mit e. U. Veste Heldburg und Jena, 1922 und 1923.‎

‎Zusammen 12¼ SS. auf 7 Bll. Gr.-4to. Mit 1 ms. adr. Kuvert. An seine Mutter: "[...] Als Dein ältester Sohn fühlte ich mich Dir gegenüber verpflichtet, Dir einen Weg zur Hilfe zu weisen, so wie ich sie mir am [b]esten und sichersten dachte. Aus Deinen letzten Briefen glaubte ich eine Bitte um Hilfe herauszuhören, der ich mich nicht verschließen wollte und konnte, gerade weil ich Dich lieb habe. Dazu gehört vor allen Dingen, den letzten Urgrund dafür zu finden, weshalb Du diesmal so sehr hereingefallen bist um dann zu erkennen, wie in Zukunft ähnliche Rückschläge zu vermeiden sein würden [...]" (a. d. Br. v. 5. Dezember 1922). - Der Sohn von Prinz Friedrich von Sachsen-Meiningen und Adelheid Prinzessin zu Lippe-Biesterfeld war Richter in Huldburghausen und kämpfte als Major der Wehrmacht im Zweiten Weltkrieg. - Tls. auf Briefpapier mit gepr. Vignette, tls. als Durchschlag.‎

‎Georg III., König von Großbritannien und Irland (1738-1820).‎

‎Briefausschnitt mit eigenh. U. ("George R"). O. O. u. D.‎

‎1 S. Qu.-32mo. Alt auf Trägerpapier montiert.‎

‎Georg IV., König des Vereinigten Königreichs von Großbritannien und Irland und König von Hannover (1762-1830).‎

‎Briefausschnitt mit eigenh. U. ("George R"). O. O. u. D.‎

‎1 S. Qu.-32mo. Alt auf Trägerpapier montiert.‎

‎GEORGE Jack E. 1928 89.‎

‎Signature.‎

‎This guard debuted in basketball with the Philadelphia Warriors in 1953 where he was part of the 1956 NBA Championship and in 1956 and '57 played in the NBA All-Star Games; from 1959 to 1961 he played for the New York Knicks. Bold full signature in black ballpoint heavy stock 5" X 3" card n.p. 1977 February 28. Fine. With original envelope. unknown‎

Bookseller reference : 37551

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‎George Nelson‎

‎Seduced‎

‎Putnam 1996. Hardcover. SIGNED. First edition first printing. Near Fine hardcover with a tap to a couple of tips and light crimping to the heel and crown in a Near Fine dust jacket with a touch of shelf wear. Appears to be unread. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY WRAPPED IN PADDING IN A BOX. 333 pages; 9 x 6 inches. SIGNED BY GEORGE on the title page; no inscription. Putnam hardcover‎

Bookseller reference : 11592 ISBN : 0399141693 9780399141690

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‎George A. BISCHOFF‎

‎Hommages et Satires.‎

‎In-12, 143 pages, reliure éditeur toile sous jaquette Envoi de l'auteur. Très bon état.‎

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‎GEORGE DOUGLAS‎

‎1838 Handwritten Manuscript Document: Dismissal Statement Middlesex and Gorham Baptist Church Members‎

‎Gorham New York, 1838. 48mo - over 3" - 4" tall. Manuscript, On offer is an original historical manuscript document 'Letter of Demission of the Commitment member of the Middlesex Church' the Baptist church of Gorham [NY] to dismiss members for the purpose of forming themselves into a church and when so formed shall consider them dismissed from us'. Thus follows a list of names numbering 27 follows the above statement which is signed by George Douglas and dated 3rd March, 1838. Usual folds, some age-toning overall G. Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 0001152

‎GEORGE DRESSER SMITH‎

‎1900 and 1913 [?] Handwritten Manuscript European Travel Diary and Boston Area Religious Studies with Reverend Broadhead, Talbot and Addison‎

‎S.S. Oceanic, Chicago Illinois, Boston Mass, 1900. Leather, 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. On offer are two handwritten manuscript diaries written by George Dresser Smith of Chicago, Illinois. In the first diary, a lovely journal style leather notebook, George identifies himself on the fep. We believe he is a young man, perhaps mid teens, traveling with his family from New York City on August 18th 1900 on the steamer Oceanic. George details a very comprehensive 'classic' European tour for two full months but the writing ends abruptly on October 18th, 1900, the date being handwritten but nothing else on this day and the rest of the book is blank. The second diary is a cheap notebook style paper cover journal. Unnamed and undated the handwriting is most certainly the same yet more mature. George at this point in his life is working/mentoring/studying with Dr. Addison, Dr. Talbot and Dr. Broadhead in and around Boston but they seem to make many trips back and forth to New York. It appears that the doctors are Reverends and from Sunday April 6th through Wednesday May 21st George works, lives and studies among them. Research suggests this journal may be penned in 1913 having the correct correlation of day to date. Further research may bear more precise information. Here is a snippet: "Pleasant and warm day. Went down to boat to go to island of Marcolm where the inhabitants had made no progress for 200 years. They wore bright colors and wooden shoes. All home made and lived in small houses with no chimneys." "When we arrived we took a carriage and went to the church of St Ursula where we saw the bones and sculls of the 7000 vergins who went to Rome and were killed on their way back besides some beautiful glass windows.." VG. Very Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 000698

‎GEORGE E. METCALFE‎

‎1884 Handwritten Manuscript Diary of an Incredibly Hardworking 31 Year Old Connecticut Peddler‎

‎Connecticut Ct, 1884. Full-Leather, 48mo - over 3" - 4" tall. Manuscript, On offer is an original 1884 handwritten diary of a needle peddler, George E. Metcalf, of Connecticut. George was once a teacher; now he crisscrosses Connecticut as he sells needles, then oranges, then stationery, then back to needles. He zips across the state, first on train, or "the cars", but thinks nothing of walking ten or more miles between towns, peddling his wares. He gets a letter from his wife in early January that their baby is sick, so he takes the train home. One minute he's in Bristol, then Glastonbury, then Windsor Locks, then New Haven, then Poquonock, then Branford, then Cheshire and Southington. In March another baby is born. In April it appears his wife Alice has had enough and heads home to Middleton, with the babies. In Bristol he stays in a traveler's home "thick with bedbugs." He sells in Waterbury and Millvale, Guilford and Middletown. He visits the P.T. Barnum side shows in Hartford. George has an oyster breakfast at Branford and then goes oystering in Guilford, on Long Island Sound. Then on to Saybrook and Deep River. Walked to East Lyme, then over to New London. He notes that he has turned 31 and is just a peddler! He watches a Republican torchlight parade in New Britain Oct. 16, Democratic procession Oct. 23. On Nov. 26 he's selling stationery in Colchester and reports that he's made the most money today that he's ever made-- $6.48. He spends Christmas at home with his parents in Middleton. He receives a handkerchief for a gift. No more mention of wife or babies, but he looks forward to better sales in 1885. Description: ~120 pp. 7.5 x 12 cm. Standard leather diary with closure tab; With weights and measures tables, interest laws for all the states, tide table, distance and time by shortest mail route, population of cities, etc. Good condition. Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 000989

‎GEORGE GERSHWIN‎

‎1934 Boldly Signed Toronto Massey Hall Concert Program‎

‎Toronto Ontario Canada, 1934. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Programme, On offer is a super Massey Hall concert programme date January 19, 1934 for a performance by George Gershwin, boldly signed by the composer over his printed name. Traces of a few tape repairs to the some of the edges and folds, not affecting text or signature. Overall G+. Good+.‎

Bookseller reference : 000903

‎GEORGE H. RAY‎

‎1891 Handwritten Manuscript Autograph Letter Signed on Nonotuck Silk Company Letterhead‎

‎Florence Massachusetts Ma Mass, 1891. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Manuscript, On offer is a handwritten autograph letter w/cover signed George H. Ray, Treasurer of the Nonotuck Silk Co. Florence, Massachusetts writing to his wife August 11, 1891 who is staying at Rev. Eastwood's in Pawtucket, RI, that he and the children are delighted that she is coming home on Thursday. It's very hot at the plant [88 degrees F.] Research finds Ray continued as treasurer until his death on Nov. 30, 1903. 2 pp. 21 x 28 cm. Overall G+. Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 000998

‎GEORGE HAVEN PUTNAM‎

‎1926 Tls Regarding the Supposed British-American Conspiracy Involving This Author, CIVIL War Hero and Modern Era Copyright Defender‎

‎New York, New York, 1926. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Manuscript, On offer is a super typed autograph letter by George Haven Putnam (1844-1930), b. London, England, served in Union army through Civil War; became partner in G. P. Putnam & Son (1866) and president (1872-1930); continued international copyright struggle, organized American Publishers' Copyright League (1886), and was instrumental in securing copyright act of 1909. Author of "Books and Their Makers During the Middle Ages" (1896-97), "A Prisoner of War in Virginia" 1864-65 (1912), and two volumes of Memoirs. TLS, on 'English-Speaking Union of the United States' letterhead, Sept. 29, 1926, 2pp, 4to. Great content letter to Doctor G. Alder Blumer of Providence, R.I. wherein Putnam discusses the charge of "conspiracy between Lord Northcliffe and myself. Such a conspiracy was charged against me by Hearst in his New York Journal; and when I was speaking in Brooklyn, six years back, on the importance of maintaining friendly relations between the United States and England, a party, sent, as I afterwards learned from the office of the New York Journal, managed to break up the meeting and prevent the speaker from being heard. I went to Brooklyn a week later, as soon as I could secure the hall and succeeded in delivering my address. Interruptions were attempted, but the audience, realizing that the Irish policemen would not act, took into their own hands the matter of protecting the meeting, and they put the intruders out. I had a word with one of the young Irishmen belonging to the party sent by the Journal. I said, 'You ought not to interrupt my speeches; I have always been a believer in home rule for Ireland, and I spoke in England on behalf of Gladstone's home rule measures in 1884, and again in 1887.' The youngster shook his fist in my face with the words, 'To Hell with home rule, we want you to spake [sic] for the Irish Republic.' I said, 'That is not my subject, and would not be.' He went on, 'You are preaching British propaganda. You are not a true American.' I asked, 'How long have you been in this country,' and this question brought no answer... A great letter although tattered about the edges with short edge tears.G.. Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 0MV050

‎George II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen (1826-1914).‎

‎6 ALS. Meiningen, 1862-67.‎

‎8vo. Altogether 8 pp. Four letters to Mr. Foerster, one to his wife, and one letter of recommendation to the administration of Saalfeld Castle, concerning Foerster's search for antiques. - George II was well-known for his efforts in building the so-called Meiningen Court Theater and the Meiningen acting group. Together with his third wife, the actress and later Baroness of Heldburg, Ellen Franz (1839-1923), he laid the foundations for the early splendor of this renowned acting troupe. He was also close to musicians and painters such as Wilhelm von Kaulbach and Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld.‎

‎George II, King of Great Britain (1683-1760).‎

‎Autograph signature (cropped). No place or date.‎

‎Oblong 8vo (220 x 60 mm). 1 p. The clipped ending of a letter: "freundwilliger Vetter / George R." - Traces of former mounting.‎

‎GEORGE III KING OF ENGLAND‎

‎1775 His Majesty George Regina Sends His German Cousin the Princess Abbess Profuse New Year Greetings a Mere Six Days Before Massachusetts Declared a State in Rebellion‎

‎England, 1775. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Manuscript, On offer is an original LS by English King George III dated 3 January 1775, a mere six days before Parliament declared Massachusetts in a state of rebellion. On March 23 Patrick Henry gives the "Give me or give me Death" speech, and on 19 April came the first shots on Lexington Green. King George III, King of England, 1760 - 1820, he supported the policy which led to war with, and the loss of the American colonies sends his cousin to Princess Abbess at Gardersheim Germany his profuse best wishes for the New Year. Signed "George R" one page both sides, 8 x 12.5 which reads in part: "You have our most sincere thanks for the pleasant mark that your dear Love has given us at this time of change to a New Year, of your friendly disposition toward us. We reciprocate the same, and would express the sincere wish that Your dear Love may have begun the New Year Pleasantly, and may pass it in uninterrupted enjoyment of unalloyed prosperity..George R." In fine condition, with remnants of previous matting to the lower corners. As King George's III grandfather, George I, came over directly from Germany, George III spoke and wrote German (in which this letter is written). Comes with a full translation. VG+. Very Good+.‎

Bookseller reference : 000855

‎George IV, king of Hanover and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1762-1830).‎

‎Autograph document signed ("GeorgeR"). "Carlton House" (London), 23. VI. 1825.‎

‎Oblong Folio. On vellum, with papered seal. Regarding the survey of Thomas Le Marchant Saumarez into the rank of a cadet ("Ensign") of the "Seventy first (Highland) Regiment of Foot". - With two counter-signatures. - Slightly stained and dusty; traces of another seal.‎

‎GEORGE JOHN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL, DUKE OF ARGYLL‎

‎Handwritten Manuscript Letter from the Hand of the 8th Duke of Argyll‎

‎Campletown, Argyllshire, 1866. Manuscript, 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. REFERENCE: OLD INDIA - DUKE OF ARGYLL [1823-1900], 1866 ALS - 8th Duke of Argyll [George John Douglas Campbell. 1823-1900] British statesman; Lord Privy Seal [1853-66]; Postmaster General [1855-58; 60]; Secretary of State for India [1868-74]; 1877-80]. Exerted major influence on scientific programs; religion and politics. His refusal, against the advice of the Indian government, to promise the Amir of Afghanistan support against the Russian aggression, threw the Amir into the arms of Russia and was followed by the second Afghan War. Offered here is an AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, 1866, written on both sides, approx. 7 x 4-1/4 in. Written from Campletown, Argyllshire. To E. Prinches, Jr. regarding committee work. Very good condition. Very Good. Autograph.‎

Bookseller reference : 0MV1529

‎GEORGE LEHNER JR.‎

‎1868 - 1873 Archive of Three [3] Handwritten Manuscript Ledger Books of a Prosperous, Successful Cobbler‎

‎Chambersburg Pennsylvania Penn Pa, 1868. 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall. Manuscript, On offer is a super archive of three [3] ledger/account books of George Lehner, Jr. a cobbler [shoemaker] in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. The ledger details George's business from 1868 to 1873 with more than 900 pages of recorded transactions of detailed accounts of shoes, boots, and other footwear sold or repaired by George Lehner Jr. a master cobbler and his staff of shoemakers. Research of the 1860 U. S. Census shows George's father, (George Sr.) age 56, as a "Master Shoemaker" born in Hesse Darmstadt, Germany; George, age 19, as a Shoemaker's Apprentice, born in Pennsylvania. Living with his mother, Elizabeth, age 50, and sister Margaret, age 14. Two shoemakers and a servant living with the family: Henry Keagy, Sebastian Stout, and Elizabeth Beam. The 1870 U. S. Census, lists George, now age 28, as a "Boot and Shoe Merchant" born in Pennsylvania; he was married to Margaret Lehner, age 26; they had 3 children: May, age 4, Charles age 3, Margaret age 1, and George, age 3 months. Two shoemakers and a servant live with them: Lewis Barnaker, Lewis Geotman, and Elizabeth Miller. The 3 account books are a Who's Who of Franklin County in the 1860s and 1870s with many, many hundreds of names: Crawford, Croft, Cassel, Crepler, Chambers, Culbertson, Caufman, Clugston, Cridler, Collins, Coser, Colby, Crider, Evans, Ebersole, Embich, Eckert, Eyster, Etter, Embich, Ehrhart, Eiker, Embich, Foltz, Foust, Falkenstein, Frey, Fetterhoff, Gibbons, Gehr, Garver, Hafer, Huber, Hassler, Heoller, Heelman, Heefner, Houser, Hutchinson, Grier, Gibbs, Greenawalt, Geige, Huber, Heid, Hoffman, Huber, Heagy, Henebarger, Jarrett, Kokenaur, Keefer, Kennedy, Kaufman, Kimmel, Keller, Klipper, Keagy, Kindline, Koonitz, Kreighbaum, Latshaw, Laudenslager, Landis, Leedy, Lehman, Leisher, Lightcap, McClintock, McCuloh, Niecley, Nixon, Neff, Pillsbury, Plough, Phillippy, Paxton, Reifsneider, Reif, Radebaugh, Rinehart, Robertson, Richter, Snider, Senseig, Spangler, Steelhause, Snively, Shylock, Shetter, Seibert, Trostle, Trittle, Thompson, Trautmjan, Tilghman, Wolfson, Wengert, Welker, Wadebaugh, Wallace, Zuck etc. etc. The first account book is dated 1868 to1872, 580 pages of handwritten shoe shop accounts; second account book: dated 1872 to 1874, 318 pages; third account book: dated 1869 to 1874, 70 pages. Included are accounts for repairing footwear and selling footwear: calf leather shoes, repairing shoes, soling shoes, heeling shoes, boots, soleing small shoes, gaiters, patching boots, gums, button boots, button shoes, button gaiters, slippers, boys shoes, shoes for wife, selling shoe polish, vamping shoes, etc. etc. No library or institution markings. Pages are clean. The front cover and first few pages of Volume One are detached from the spine. Volume One lacks one or two of the first pages, which are index pages for customers' names beginning with the letters A and B. The spine of Volume One has much loss of the leather surface. Overall G. Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 000999

‎GEORGE M. BURNETT‎

‎1856 Enigmatic Pre-CIVIL War Handwritten Manuscript Diary of a Pioneer, Laborer, Preacher and Traveling Bookseller‎

‎Canandaigua New York Ny, 1856. 64mo - up to 3" tall. Manuscript, On offer is a very unique, fascinating and enigmatic pre-Civil War handwritten manuscript diary by George M. Burnett. At first glance Mr. Burnett appears to be an itinerant farm laborer but a closer reading reveals that Mr. Burnett is an important man in the community as a preacher and a bookseller. Based near Canandaigua New York he travels frequently to Shortsville, Naples, Manchester, etc. and discusses the sale of his books to other booksellers. Not easily read in spots and the book is fragile, but oddly someone has hand stitched some pages together. One such area has split open but one cannot find anything that would lead one to understand the reason for stitching the pages together. Perhaps a closer reading will reveal the reason. George mentions many dozens of people he works for and with and to whom he sells. Very interesting local events and occurrences from 'had our fish stole Vansisa drunk'; met the children of George Washington; heard that Bufus [?] wife was dangerous sick plus many, many dozens more. Preachers and sermons are also mentioned for the most part. The diary ends on November 19th as the rest of the pages are absent. Inscribed on the fep "George M. Burnett from His Sister." Also we believe the name Ida M. Burnett who is perhaps said sister or his wife. Local historians and collectors will find this diary a treasure trove of local events and genealogy given the many hundreds of names fully mentioned. Poor. Poor.‎

Bookseller reference : 000742

‎GEORGE SMITH‎

‎1932-1933 Handwritten Manuscript Diary of a Charming Intelligent Cookie Seller Trying to Make It Through During the Depression‎

‎Syracuse, Onondaga, New York Ny, 1932. Manuscript, 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. On offer are the sensational original handwritten manuscript diaries of George Smith of Syracuse New York. Nine monthly diaries from April to December 1932 and then one page per day book for 1933. A true slice of Depression era American, George works hard selling his cookies to new stores, restaurants and such everyday recording his success and failure, each day writing of his desire and ambition to succeed. While he parlays his sales into funds to buy more flour and essentials George has good humor and he lives life very fully with a large circle of friends and family. George is a real charmer. Here is a snippet that really gives a hint at life loving George Smith: January 1st 1934: "Heigh de Ho! Here we go! The fourth year of our far reaching Depression. I certainly wasn't depressed when it overtook me. I was dancing with Fuzzy Woodward at Drumlin's. And that's not a bad start in any language." Smart, ambitious, full of life and a fine diarist sharing his activities thoughts and hopes. Charming. VG. Very Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 000958

‎George V, last King of Hanover, Duke of Cumberland (1819-1878).‎

‎Document signed ("George Rex"). Hannover, 2. XI. 1852.‎

‎½ p. on bifolium. Lithographed form, filled in in ink. Bestowal of the Royal Guelphic Order, fourth class, on the Wuerttembergian Captain Alberti. The Guelphic Order was a Hanoverian order of chivalry instituted in 1815 by the Prince Regent (later King George IV).‎

‎GEORGE W. BENNETT‎

‎The 1882 Manuscript Handwritten Diary of George W. Bennett Whitehall New York‎

‎Whitehall New York Wentworth New Hampshire, 1882. Cloth, 48mo - over 3" - 4" tall. Manuscript, Some diaries we read are so sad that your heart really goes out to them; well this is one of those diaries. Our author, George W. Bennett at the time this diary is written, 1882, lives in Whitehall, New York and is a very sick young man. He's 29 and has moved there from Wentworth, New Hampshire and has a job selling "machines". What kind of machines, one is not quite sure, but they are big but small enough to load several in a wagon for his selling trips. He also has a very sick mother back in New Hampshire and at one point makes it back just in time to tend to her right before she dies. In his diary he's constantly saying how low he is and how he wishes to go home, but alas he has to work just to survive. He also takes a break from selling his "machines" and heads off to work at Lake George taking care of the boats for the tourists to use. It is a very interesting piece of Americana, full of densely written entries. Here are some snippets: "I am most sick. It snows hard. I've got no sleigh so I stay at home. My kidney's are bothering me badly. My heart aches, wish I was in Wentworth with L...Consulted Dr. Liston, says my spine is injured, but can cure me...Burleigh Corps had a grand dress ball this eve. Got in at 10 am. Very tired, lots of silks out tonight...Went out towards Fair Haven Vt. Went to state line and round by J. Millers. Home at dark. Roads are bad, nobody wants machines, wish I were in N. H. Am almost sick, God help me...I wish I were somewhere else. I hope I shall be pretty soon. Don't know why I'm so unfortunate, perhaps I deserve it, don't know .Man taken out of lake, dead..Don't know why I have had bad luck, tis enough to madden a man...Took cars and came to Chubb's Dock, then stage to Lake George..Got boats all ready for the people and they used them too for tis a nice day...went on over to Vicker's Island, party to Harbor Isle. Got in at 10:15. Bottle of champagne for me and a bottle of R. W. and C...Ice house and meat house burned up at 7. Got trunks to dock, got boats ready and rowed 2 ladies out to Deers____...The day was ushered in by firing cannon. Great day, big time. I don't take part. Eve big dance. I go in at 12:30 saw all I wanted and left. #35 had a racket. Miss Sophie Privouskey...Everybody getting over their big drunk but me, I ain't well. Will Norton fooled me, big ass...At home again (New Hampshire, Oct. 21st) up all night with mother and very sick. Looks very dreary here. You'll help us God...Mother I am most played out. God help me to stand it and may she get up soon, is my earnest prayer. God help us all I pray...Up all night. Mother is very low. My mother died at 8:30 am (Nov. 4th). God accept her weary soul. Oh tis hard to loose all I have in the world.." Well, there you have it and there is so much more. He also mentions many many names, some of which are; Goodrich, Nettie Wilson, Doty, Henry Douglas, Rich, William Collins, John Bogart, Titus, Comstock, F. Perry, James Whalen, Will Brown, Tillson, Peterson, Capt. Hyatt, Judge Potter, Butterfield and more. Places mentioned are; Tug Hill, Halls Hotel, Hatch Hill, Granville, Opera Hotel, South Bay, French Town, Yule House, Goodright's Pool Parlor, Hulett's Landing, Glen Falls, Ft. Edward, and more. Good/No Jacket.‎

Bookseller reference : 000409

‎GEORGE, H. B‎

‎The Oberland and Its Glaciers: Explored and Illustrated with Ice-Axe and Camera‎

‎London, Alfred W. Bennett, 1866. First Edition. Hardcover. Quarto (8-1/2" x 10-1/2") in the original gilt-decorated brick cloth depicting a camera and climbing tools on the front cover. Illustrated with 28 original albumen photographs by noted Alpine photographer Ernest Edwards as well as a two-page map of the Oberland. Photographs range in size from 17 small images inserted within the text, including a circular vignette on the title page, to 11 full-page images. The Oberland (highlands) include the snowy Alps of the Swiss Canton of Berne. A seven-page chapter "Notes by the Photographer" describes the difficulty of making wet-collodion images under field conditions. The author was the editor of the ALPINE JOURNAL. Goldschmidt & Naef, THE TRUTHFUL LENS, #74. A most interesting copy with a SIGNED PRESENTATION on the half-title page: "Willard Bartlett/In remembrance of some days/with ice axe & rope/Elihu Root/Dec 25' 73." . Contents clean and bright as are the covers. The frontispiece photograph is pulling away from the text block but still attached. Some fraying to the top front spine edge and the spine tips. Near Fine, and a superb association copy Root, who was later Secretary of War under William McKinley and Secretary of State under Theodore Roosevelt, formed an early law partnership with Bartlett, who would eventually become Justice of the Supreme Court in New York. Root maintained a correspondence with Bartlett up to the latter's death in 1925. This inscription dates from when both were in their late 20s.‎

Bookseller reference : 014216

‎George, Heinrich, Schauspieler (1893-1946).‎

‎Portraitphotographie mit eigenh. Widmung und U. Berlin, 1934.‎

‎293:233 mm. Gewidmet dem Oldenburger Theaterkritiker Erich Schiff (1882-1970): "Herzlichst zur Erinnerung an das Gastspiel 'Mensch aus Erde gemacht' und den schönen Abend in Ihrem Heim! | Berlin-Wannsee Mai 34. | Heinrich George". - Das vorliegende Photo von Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer stammt aus Georges kurzer Zeit in Hollywood. Anfang 1931 stand er dort für mehrere Monate für MGM vor der Kamera ("Menschen hinter Gittern", fir deutsche Fassung von "The Big House"), entschied sich dann aber für eine Rückkehr in die deutsche Heimat und bezog im Herbst 1932 mit seiner frischangetrauten Gattin Berta Drews seine Villa am Kleinen Wannsee, wo er Erich Schiff dieses Foto widmete. - Erich Schiff (1882-1970) war ein bekannter Oldenburger Jurist, Theaterkritiker und -autor. Unter der NS-Diktatur war er als "Halbjude" zahlreichen Repressalien ausgesetzt: er mußte seine Tätigkeit als Feuilletonist und Theater-Syndikus von Oldenburg einstellen und wurde in ein Arbeitslager deportiert. Seine Bühnenwerke "De lüttje Wippsteert" und "Lögen hefft korte Been" zählen noch heute zu den Klassikern des niederdeutschen Theaters. - Schiffs Gemahlin war die Theater- und Film-Schauspielerin Maria Martinsen (1901-1992), die u.a. 1929 als Spelunken-Jenny in der berühmt gewordenen Oldenburger Inszenierung der Brechtschen "Dreigroschenoper" brillierte. - Wenige winzige weiße Flecken im Bildbereich (laborbedingt), rückseitig Montagespuren, minimale Knickspuren.‎

‎George, Nelson‎

‎Death Of Rhythm & Blues (The)‎

‎2nd printing inscribed by author - Pantheon Books NY (1988)‎

Bookseller reference : 018969 ISBN : 394552385

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‎GEORGE-DAY ; [DEBEAUVAIS, Yvonne ]‎

‎Lettre autographe signée de l'écrivain George-Day‎

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‎GEORGE-DAY.‎

‎Marie-Laurencin. Trente-deux reproductions en héliogravure.‎

‎In-4 (23 x 28,5 cm), broché, couverture imprimée et rempliée, 53 pp plus pages de planches en fin d'ouvrage. Avec la liste des ouvrages illustrés par Marie Laurencin. Bel exemplaire enrichi d'un envoi autographe de l'auteur.‎

‎GEORGES Alexandre 1850 1938.‎

‎Autograph Letter Signed.‎

‎French opera composer. Brief ALS in French 1p 6" X 4½" n.p. Paris France 1921 June 17. Addressed to A. Dandeld. Very good. Writing on an aerogramme Georges asks about a Sonia Herma as a possible singer for three fall concerts; complains about the difficulty of finding good singers. unknown‎

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‎Georges Antoine ROCHEGROSSE - [Versailles 1859 - 1938] - Peintre et illustrateur français‎

‎Lettre Autographe Signée de Georges Antoine Rochegrosse à l'éditeur Ferroud - le 7 décembre 1921 -‎

‎3 pages in8 - On joint une lettre autographe signée de Marie Rochegrosse - Belle lettre : Il est contrarié par sa lettre ou il lui dit n'avoir pas reçu les croquis des Princesses qu'il a pourtant envoyés en recommandé - Il serait désolé qu'il ait été perdus "à cause du temps énormes que me prennent ces sacrés croquis sans compter la fatigue pour mes vieux quinquets"... - Il donne le détails de ces croquis - Il a été obligé de chercher "de l'ouvrage" ailleurs "puisque vous me laissez en plan" - Enfin, il aimerait 1200 francs pour l'ensemble pour les Fleurs du Mal et non mille - Il va chercher pour Thais dans ses cartons -‎

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‎Georges Antoine ROCHEGROSSE - [Versailles 1859 - 1938] - Peintre et illustrateur français‎

‎Lettre Autographe Signée de Georges Antoine Rochegrosse à l'éditeur Ferroud -‎

‎1 carte format 9 x 14 cm - Il a cru comprendre qu'il souhaitait venir et lui demande quel jour en le prévenant que c'est "sa dernière semaine parisienne car il fait vraiment trop froid ici" -‎

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‎Georges Antoine ROCHEGROSSE - [Versailles 1859 - 1938] - Peintre et illustrateur français‎

‎Lettre Autographe Signée de Georges Antoine Rochegrosse à l'éditeur Ferroud -‎

‎1 carte format 9 x 13,5 cm - Il souligne combien il est difficile de s'entendre par lettre - "c'est justement parce que le nouveau prix que vous me proposez ne représente que 350 francs par aquarelle qu'il me semble inadmissible" - Il lui demande de voir le "bouquin" avant d'essayer d'arriver à une entente "sans perdre notre temps l'un et l'autre en des littératures aussi piètres" - Il n'a pas beaucoup de temps et est un peu "maltraité par l'hiver...même en Algèrie" -‎

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‎Georges Antoine ROCHEGROSSE - [Versailles 1859 - 1938] - Peintre et illustrateur français‎

‎Lettre Autographe Signée de Georges Antoine Rochegrosse à l'éditeur Ferroud - le 12 nov. 1924 -‎

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‎Georges Antoine ROCHEGROSSE - [Versailles 1859 - 1938] - Peintre et illustrateur français‎

‎Lettre Autographe Signée de Georges Antoine Rochegrosse à l'éditeur Ferroud -‎

‎1 carte format 9 x 14 cm - Il lui adresse les 4 aquarelles promises et lui enverra bientôt les 5 autres "si Père Bon Dieu veut bien" - Il lui fait comprendre qu'un petit geste financier l'arrangerait -‎

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‎Lettre Autographe Signée de Georges Antoine Rochegrosse à l'éditeur Ferroud -‎

‎2 pages in8 - Il est à Barbizon avant d'aller passer quelques jours chez sa mère - Il demande de prévenir avant de venir "parce que, des fois, je m'enfonce dans les forêts afin d'y faire des études" -‎

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‎Georges Antoine ROCHEGROSSE - [Versailles 1859 - 1938] - Peintre et illustrateur français‎

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‎1 page in12 - adresse au dos - Il est de nouveau parisien "après une affreuse traversée et un voyage trés fatigant".. - Il lui termine les "cinq premières aquarelles faux - titres" qu'il lui apportera dès que finies -‎

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‎Reçu Autographe Signé de Georges Antoine Rochegrosse à Mr Méaulle -‎

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‎Georges BEAUME - [Pezenas 1861 - 1940] - Homme de lettres français‎

‎Lettre [Carte de visite] Autographe Signée "GB" au poète Auguste Gaud (1857 - 1924) -‎

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