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        Contes et Légendes des Nations Alliées

      Paris: L'Édition D'Art H. Piazza, 1917. - One of 1000 Numbered Copies Signed by the Artist/AuthorWith Designs Not Found in the First English EditionDULAC, Edmund. Contes et Légendes des Nations Alliées, recueillis et illustrés par Edmond Dulac. Paris: L'Édition D'Art H. Piazza, (1917). First edition in French, one of 1000 numbered copies signed by Dulac, this being copy no. 559. Large quarto (11 5/8 x 9 inches; 296 x 229 mm.). iv, 149, [3] pp. Fifteen mounted color plates with captioned tissue guards, and ten decorated initials, ten tailpieces, and decorative bands to text designed by Dulac. Contemporary quarter dark blue morocco over speckled boards, spine with five raised bands, lettered in gilt in second compartment, top edge gilt, marbled end-papers. Original pictorial wrappers designed by Dulac bound-in. Corners very slightly bumped. An excellent copy.First edition in French of Edmund Dulac's Fairy Book: Fairy Tales of the Allied Nations (1916), with the same number of color plates as the first English edition but with the addition of initials, tailpieces, and decorative bands by Dulac exclusive to this issue."Dulac's Fairy Book was the Christmas book for 1916 featured by Hodder and Stoughton in The Bookman."The tales of this book, both written and illustrated by Dulac, were drawn from the folklore of Russia, England, Flanders, Belgium, Italy, France, Ireland, Serbia, and Japan. Dulac was able to employ the full scope of his versatility in creating a national mood in each illustration. During this period of his work, Dulac had immersed himself in the artistic traditions of folklore.". His new perceptions resulted in a completely fresh, simpler style for the pictures of this book - a style he continued to develop and make his own for the rest of his career.". For the French issue of Dulac's Fairy Book, Dulac himself wrote the French text" (Hughey).Hughey, 47L [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

      The Egoist, 1917. Hardcover. Very Good. The Egoist, London 1917. First English Edition from English Sheets. Rare Book. Only 1,000 were printed. Preceded by Huebsch printed in America. This edition is referred to as the Second Edition by the publisher. Book Condition: Very Good, tight spine, light spots, age toning. Fraying at the spine, thin fragile pages, foxing, short tears.

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        Pierrot Wounded. Adapted by Walter Adolphe Roberts from the French of P. Alberty

      Chicago, Brothers of the Book, 1917. [8] p.; 17 cm. Poem by Jamaican-born African American poet and journalist P. Alberty . "Proceeds go to the Chicago Committee of the American Fund for the French Wounded." The poem was the title of a 1921 collection of Roberts's poems. This is the rare first printing. Slightly soiled; held together with red, white & blue ribbon; very good. Stock#OB517.

      [Bookseller: Ernest Lubbe (E. Lubbe Books)]
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        Perspektivy russkoj revoljucii [Perspektiven der russischen Revolution / Perspectives of the Russian Revolution]. Text in Kyrillisch

      Berlin: Ladyznikov (Ladyschnikow) 1917 - 84 pages/Seiten. Private Halbleinwand mit Deckelschild (ordnungsgemäß ausgemustertes Bibliotheksexemplar mit einem Signaturschild auf dem vorderen Deckel und mehrfachen Stempeln auf dem Titelblatt recte bzw. verso, etwas berieben und bestoßen, sonst gutes und sauberes Exemplar). 8°. Half-cloth with title on front cover (a littel rubbed and bumped, proper rejected library-copy with stamps on the title recto and verso, otherwise a good and clean copy). 8°. Seltene zweite Ausgabe und erster Separatdruck des Textes, der ursprünglich als Vorwort zu "Nasha Revolyutsiya", bzw. "Nasha Revoliutsiia" (unter dem Titel "Itogi i perspektivy") in Sankt Petersburg 1906 erschien. - Vgl. Sinclair 171200 (3) bzw. 060600 (Seite 709 bzw. 22]. [= Social'no-politiceskaja Biblioteka 3] 850 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Arab of Mesopotamia. Printed by the Times Press, Bombay and published by the Superintendent, Government Press, Basrah, 1917.

      1917 1917 - Small 8vo. (viii), 202. Includes a map as frontispiece. Original green cloth, gilt lettering on upper cover, binding slightly shaken. Inscription on front endpaper dated July 1918. First edition. Comprises articles or essays on subjects relating to Mesopotamia written 1916. " . they might be of some interest to members of the Force serving in Mesopotamia who may not have had opportunity to make acquaintance with the Dominions of the Sultan beyond the battle-fileds of Gallipoli and the Iraq" (Bell's preface). Gertrude Bell served under Sir Percy Cos and Sir Arnold Wilson during World War I and she was part of the Mesopotamia Expeditionary Force in Basra and Baghdad. She made a masterly official report on the administration of Mesopotamia during the difficult period between the Arnistice of 1918 and the Iraq rebellion of 1920. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Bibliothèque des curieux, 1917. In-8, broché., Paris - EDITION ORIGINALE de l'introduction et des notes d¿Apollinaire. Portrait de Baudelaire en frontispice. Le recueil rassemble le texte définitif des FLEURS DU MAL, avec les variantes de la première édition de 1857, les pièces ajoutées dans les éditions de 1861, 1866, 1868, suivies des poèmes publiés du vivant et après la mort de l'auteur. ENVOI AUTOGRPHE signé d¿Apollinaire à Paix-Séailles. >>> Charles Paix-Séailles (1879-1921), dreyfusard, engagé à Gauche (il dirigea le Bonnet rouge), ami de Jaurès, chercha le rapprochement pacifiste avec l'Allemagne. Il fut le directeur de l'hebdomadaire pacifiste L'Européen, dans lequel Apollinaire écrivit en 1902 et 1903 des articles. Il resta proche du poète puisqu'on le compte parmi les invités au déjeuner donné en son honneur le 31 décembre 1916 au Palais d'Orléans. On sait aussi par le compte-rendu qu'en fit La Vache enragée le 29 juin 1917 qu'il était présent à la première des MAMELLES DE TIRESIAS. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie-Galerie Emmanuel Hutin]
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        His Last Bow

      London: John Murray. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. Minor fading to spine. 1917. First Edition. Red hardback cloth cover. 200mm x 140mm (8" x 6"). 305pp + ads. .

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        [Photo Album, Hand-titled]: Photographs from the Front. Album of photographs of Australian and New Zealand troops at Ypres [Passchendaele] during World War I

      [Ypres. circa 1917-18]. Folio. Contemporary commercial album. Quarter red fine grain cloth and darker red pebble-grained cloth. Album of glossy gelatin silver print photographs of Australian and New Zealand troops at the Third Battle of Ypres [Passchendaele] during World War I. The album holds 96 original photographs each measuring 7.5" x 6" tipped on to the album sheets, two to a page, with brief captions. Neatly rebacked at some point, some modest spotting on the boards, a very good album; the images display some very faint toning in the corners from the glue that holds them in the album, but are mostly fine or near fine. A few of the photographs with a slug "Australian Official Photograph" in the negative. A superb and arresting historical album of photographs of the Australian and New Zealand troops at the Third Battle of Ypres [Passchendaele] during World War I. Frank Hurley was the noted photographer of the Antarctic exploring expeditions of Shackleton and Mawson; his photographs of those journeys serve as the visual backdrop and imprimatur of those famous expeditions. Upon Hurley's return from the second Mawson expedition, he was commissioned, and became the official war photographer for the Australian government. He spent the final year of the war in France with ANZAC troops, where he took these images in the area of Ypres salient, where nearly a quarter of a million lives were lost.The images include derelict and damaged British and German tanks; several images of aerial activity taken both on the ground and in combat, as well as one of soldiers filling an observation balloon on the ground, and another aerial image of Ypres from a balloon; German pillboxes; many images of artillery including captured field pieces and large train-mounted guns, both damaged and operational; gunners in gas masks firing artillery and another of a captured German gun with its captors (including a puppy happily framed in the barrel); long rows of wounded on stretchers and several images of field hospitals; soldiers sleeping in trenches or cellars or other makeshift shelters; and one image captioned "Gen. Sir John Monash, K.C.B. receiving the Accolade of France" shows Monash on one knee receiving a medal. Also pictured is an ANZAC transport ship, a field kitchen, troops being reviewed, serving out rations, a couple images of impromptu dental surgery, an Australian band parading in Baupaume, a line of London buses used as transports, several images of temporary bridges, one image of what appears to be a gas cloud, one interesting image of men under guard labeled: "Prisoners who rescued Australian Wounded," and images of the corpses of horses and men "left to rot by the Germans."The album offered here is comparable to a digitized example in the State Library of New South Wales. A fair number of the photographs present in the digitized album are also available in our present offering, or illustrate the same scene from a different perspective or angle, or are variants of those images. Approximately half of the images in this album don't appear in the digitized album. Unique. (See Library of New South Wales exhibition of Hurley and World War I.) .

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        [Photo Album]: Baghdad and India During World War I

      Baghdad; India. 1917-1918. Oblong small quarto. Measuring 9.5" x 7.5". Maroon cloth over boards with "Album" stamped in gilt on the front board. Contains 200 sepia toned gelatin silver photographs measuring between 1.5" x 2" and 3.5" x 6" affixed to stiff black paper with captions. The album is very good with worn edges with some photos lacking, near fine or better.A photo album kept by Bernard Peace between 1917 and 1918 in the Middle East and India. Peace was in the Middle Eastern theatre of war at the end of World War I and documented the capture of Baghdad as well as the armistice with Turkey, and civilian life during the last year of war. The album opens with photos pieced together to create a panoramic view of the armistice with Turkey which took place November 2, 1918. One photo shows the dedication of a British cemetery in Baghdad with rows of tiny crosses and troops standing at attention while three clergymen pray over the dead. Throughout the album are photos of "Cooli" day laborers, women in markets, "Jews," and a whole page with the title, "Arabs," of candids and portraits of local people. One photo shows Turkish prisoners being escorted by boat, another shows the "Native fruit boats at Muscat."Peace made additional trips to India and Persia with photos showing the Ganges River, Bombay, and local people. There are aerial photos of the encampment at Baqubah and other cities and camps listed as "Mesopotamia" and one captioned, "hit on the Euphrates from the air." Two photos of an airplane are captioned, "first aeroplane from England to India, (Handley-Page) arriving at Baghdad. Gen. Salmond, pilot." Another page shows a camel caravan and a photo labeled "British armored car." Throughout the album are photos of "Arab life," "Baghdadies," and "the streets of Baghdad" full of native people and their culture.An extensive look at the Middle Eastern Theater of War during the end of the Great War. .

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        Fleisch. Gesammelte Lyrik.

      Berlin-Wilmersdorf: Verlag der Wochenschrift DIE AKTION (Franz Pfemfert) 1917 - 87 Seiten plus 9 Seiten Verlagsanzeigen, Fadenheftung, Format 13,9 x 21,3 cm, hartgebundener Original-Pappband (Die Aktions-Lyrik, herausgegeben von Franz Pfemfert, Band 3). * Erstausgabe. "Dieses Buch wurde als dritter Band der Sammlung DIE AKTIONS-LYRIK gedruckt im März 1917 von der Buch- und Kunstdruckerei F. E. Haag, Melle in Hannover. Umschlag und Innenblätter zeichnete Max Oppenheimer" [Impressum auf Titelblatt-Rückseite]. Erhaltung: Auf Grund des leichten Einbands fehlt vom Rücken das untere Drittel. Die übrigen Rückenkanten zeigen Einrisse. Der vordere Vorsatz ist herausgeschnitten (innen bleibt ein ca. 1,0 cm breiter Streifen), vermutlich um einen Besitzvermerk zu löschen. Auf dem Titel-Vorblatt steht ein Name mit Tinte (Vollmer?). Am unteren Rand des vorderen Deckels ein dezenter Fleck. Innen ist alles sauber und fleckenlos. Insgesamt ein Exemplar mit guter Substanz das ein guter Buchbinder wieder herrichten kann. Sehr selten! DIE AKTIONS-LYRIK / DIE AKTION / FRANZ PFEMFERT (1917) - [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Jüngste Tag. Bde. 1, 3, 14, 27/28, 50, 56, 58/59, 75, 64 (in einem Band)

      Kurt Wolff, Leipzig - Sammlung von 9 Bänden in einem Halbleinenband, enthält: Bd. 1 - Franz Werfel, Die Versuchung. Ein Gespräch des Dichters mit dem Erzengel und Luzifer, 2. Aufl. (1917), 32 S., kl. Rundstempel auf dem Titelblatt; Bd. 3 - Franz Kafka, Der Heizer. Ein Fragment, 2. Aufl. 1916, 47 S.; Bd. 14 - Carl Sternheim, Busekow. Eine Novelle, 4. - 8. Tausend 1916, 30 S.; Bd. 27/28 - Albert Ehrenstein, Nicht da, nicht dort, Erste Ausgabe 1917 (Wilpert/Gühring 5), 76 S.; Bd. 50 - Carl Sternheim, Ulrike. Eine Erzählung, Erste Ausgabe 1918 (Wilpert/Gühring 33), 42 S., kl. Rundstempel auf dem Titelblatt; Bd. 56 - Mechtild Lichnowsky, Gott betet, Erste Ausgabe (1918) (Wilpert/Gühring 4), 46 S., kl. Rundstempel auf dem Titelblatt; Bd. 58/59 - Francis Jammes, Das Paradies. Geschichten und Betrachtungen, übertragen von E. A. Rheinhardt, Erste deutsche Ausgabe (1919), 79 S.; Bd. 75 - Hans Siemsen, Auch ich. Auch du. Aufzeichnungen eines Irren, Erste Ausgabe (1919), 23 S.; Bd. 64 - Karel Capek, Kreuzwege, aus dem Tschechischen von Otto Pick, Erste deutsche Ausgabe (1918/1919), 36 S.; Raabe, Zs. 145; sehr stabiler Handeinband von schlichter Schönheit aus der Buchbinderwerkstatt Frida Schoy (1889 - 1963, Dorfner-Schülerin, Folkwang-Schule) in Essen, rundum mit Grünschnitt, ohne die Umschläge gebunden, bis auf gelegentliche Bleistiftnumerierung auf den Titelblättern innen frisch, Rücken etwas fleckig, Deckel gering lichtrandig [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lötschen, das ist: Landes- und Volkskunde des Lötschentales. Text von Dr. phil. Hedwig Anneler, Bilder von Kunstmaler Karl Anneler.

      Bern, Akademische Buchhandlung von Max Drechsel, 1917. 36 x 26 cm. Beschilderd heelperkament, beschermd door een grote blauwe, contemporaine doos. (8), 360 p. Gedrukt op zwaar handgeschept papier. Twee kleurenafbeeldingen en vele illustraties in zwartwit. Van de totale oplage van 2050 exemplaren is dit een van de 50 genummerde luxe-exemplaren. 1e druk. Zware platten iets krom. Het naaiwerk laat hier en daar wat los. De pagina's 339-350 zijn in een verkeerde volgorde gebonden, maar alle pagina's zijn present.* Dit is een van 6 extra-luxe exemplaren gebonden in heelperkament, waarvan het voorplat versierd is met een schildering van een groot boeket bloemen, en het achterplat met het wapenschild van de eerste eigenaar van het boek, de advocaat Ernst Bircher (broer van de uitvinder van de Birchermuesli). Deze versieringen en de rugdecoratie zijn met de hand geschilderd (en gesigneerd) door Karl Anneler, die ook de vele fraaie boekillustraties ontwierp. Een buitengewoon luxueus uitgevoerd boek over een bijzonder mooie bergstreek in Zwitserland!.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1917 - 1917 Original Hardback Wisden Very Good

      1917. Hi, Here we have a rare 1917 Original Hardback Wisden, in Very Good Condition. The lettering (gilt) is bright and strong to both the front and the spine. The boards are excellent, very clean and crisp, hard to fault, if being picky a small line to the rear. Inside the hinges are very good, very tightly bound. Amazingly clean inside apart from one exowners stamp(?) to page 2 , other than that it'd be on my bookcase. Very good, clean yellow pastedowns. Minimal foxing. A lovely book. Rare, No restoration.

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        The Job (First Edition)

      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1917. First Edition. First Edition. Lewis' fourth book and his first work of serious fiction, the story of a woman working in a man's world, an early call for sexual equality in the workplace. Lewis would continue on to a successful and lasting career as one of the major American authors from the early to mid twentieth century. In 1930, he became the first American to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. Fine in a Very Good copy of the scarce dust jacket. Light offsetting on the endpapers, else book is clean and fresh. Dust jacket evenly toned, with a chip to the crown affecting the "E" in "THE." With cello tape reinforcements along the edges and spine folds.

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        Das Buch Hiob.

      Berlin, Reiss (1917). - Rodenberg 461,1; Lang Expr. Buchillustration 133. Nr.22/60 Exempl. d. Vorzugsausgabe auf van-Gelder Bütten (Gesamtauflage 200 Ex.), gebunden bei Fikentscher in Leipzig. - Erster Prospero-Druck. Gutes Exemplar. 38,5 x 35,5 cm. 13 nn. Bll. U. 13 sign. Orig.-Lithogr. v. Willy JAECKEL auf Taf. OPgt. m. verg. Deckeltitel. Ecken geringf. gestaucht, etw. angestaubt, im Text stellenw. abgegriffen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Alone at last

      London: Fine Art Society, 1917. Poster. Lithograph printed in 1917, mounted on linen. Image measures 30 x 20". In this advertisement for an exhibition of his work, the Dutch artist Louis Raemaekers warns against the terrorizing power of the growing Prussian state. The true German spirit is symbolized by the female figure of Germania, who cowers in the corner of a dark alley. Her oppressor is a Death figure who stands above her, dressed as a robber and brandishing a knife. His hollowed skull looks out at the viewer below a cap labeled "Militarism," referring to the brutal policies of the Prussian regime. The image is framed in black above the text "Exhibition now at 148 New Bond St." Dating to 1917, this exhibition came at the height of Raemaeker's renown as "The War's Greatest Cartoonist." The top left corner of the poster contains the text "Alone at last." and the lower left the name of the artist. The poster is in very good condition and mounted on linen.Louis Raemaekers (1869--1956) was an important Dutch cartoonist during World War I, working from the perspective of neutral Holland in support of the Allies. His cartoons were first published in the newspaper "Telegraaf" and found him support especially in England, to which he emigrated. His propaganda drawings were widely celebrated by the Allies, and Raemaekers continued to produce images for charity and other causes after the war, as well as anti-German cartoons in World War II. This poster conveys the power of Raemaeker's art for which he was well known.

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        Nederlandsch-Belgisch Comite voor Propaganda ter Plaatsing van Belgische: L'Oeuvre de la Croix Mauve

      Amsterdam: Drukk Kotting , 1917. Poster. Original lithograph. 43.5 x 31.5 inches. This WWI era poster features a woman with a distressed infant on her lap, reaching out her hands in supplication.Translation: Dutch - Belgium propaganda committee for the placement of Belgium children in the Netherlands. Work of the Purple Cross. Art Exhibition organized by the work of the Purple Cross to benefit the poor little children of Belgium with the kind cooperation of a great number of artists from the 4-11 of November 1917 in the auditorium sold to benefit the charity. Alfred Ost (1184-1945) was a Belgian artist based in Antwerp.

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        The Broken Fang And Other Experiences of a Specialist In Spooks.

      8vo. 303pp. Publsiher's green cloth, titled in black to spine and front board. Minor edgwear, small patch of discolouration to spine panel, bumping to spine ends, a very good copy. Internally clean, top right hand of front flyleaf clipped to remove an ownership. Originally published in Pearson's in 1917, this anthology of Key's best ghostly tales relates the adventures of Dr. Arnold Rhymer, occult detective in his supernatural adventures in the service of Scotland Yard. Slightly crude in their political standpoint regarding Germany (Key had a son serving on the Western Front), they are slightly dated, but entertaining and a valuable contribution to the genre. Scarce.

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      London: Heinemann, [1917].. Paper over boards, printed spine label. An unusually nice, near fine copy, in the uncommon printed dust jacket which is very slightly chipped around the crown of the spine. First edition, being one of 740 copies for distribution in the UK from a total printing of 1000 copies. Sassoon's second formal trade collection, including, of course, many of his key war poems appearing in book form for the first time. This is a good association copy, inscribed by Sassoon on the free endsheet: "For 'Burton' with all good wishes from Siegfried Sassoon May 1917." The recipient was Nellie Burton, Robert Ross' landlady, and close friend of Sassoon, Graves, et al. Formal publication took place on 3 May. The tipped-in errata is present, but does not bear Sassoon's manuscript corrections to those errata as was his occasional practice in presentation copies of this book. KEYNES A15a. REILLY (WWI), p. 285.

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        The Ideal Giant. The Code of a Herdsman. Cantelman's Spring- Mate Privately Printed for the Little Review.

      London: The Little Review., 1917. First edition. Hardcover. Good. Octavo. Original cream cloth-backed white paper-covered card folder. 44pp stapled and then bound into folder with single cord. Folder illustrated with a Vorticist design by Lewis. Heavily marked, stained and darkened, edges rubbed, slight area of loss to paper cover to top edge of upper cover, a series of tiny prickmarks to upper cover, staples rusted. One of 200 copies (though Pound & Grover speculate that perhaps only fifty copies of the folder were made). With an ink presentation inscription from Lewis 'To dear Alic(k) Schepeler from P.Wyndham Lewis 1/12/17'. Alick Schepler, lover and friend of Lewis and other writers and artists notably W.B.Yeats, worked for the Illustrated London News. Addressed in letters by Lewis variously as 'Alic...' 'Alick' and 'Alec'. from 1914-1917. Alick Schepeler who worked as a secretary on the Illustrated London News , was interested in the arts and had been the model and mistress of Augustus John in 1906-7, she had been born in Russia in the same year as Lewis and grew up in Poland where her mother became a governess after the death of her father. The moody and highly-strung girl. who was obsessed by clothing, had luxurious brown hair, deep blue eyes and a rich slightly accented voice. She was unpretentious, passionate and (unlike most of her contemporaries) eager for love affairs. John who was fascinated by Alick for a time and did some very successful portraits of her, called her his "jeune fille mystérieuse et gaie". In mid 1915 Lewis wrote apologetically to Alick; "I cannot describe my resentment against a woman who made me drunk last Saturday afternoon....I was maudlin and very insolent." And in June he wrote a tantalizing letter, describing his fascination with her nightgown, and his temporary escape, which suggests she was also his mistress: "You caused me this morning to almost alter all my arrangements: for the pink nightgown on sunday (though I don't believe you've got one) captured my my sense, over-susceptible as you know. But I kept my head, and the result is that I regret to say that I shall be away on Sunday next. I am going to the country again....& could not, save by extreme dislocation of arrangements, get back in time for the pink nightdress. Prehaps when you can once more move, and our no longer wrapt round with the odour of disinfectants [She had been ill], I may yet hope tpo have a glimpse of the garment?". Lew wrote to Alick while he was at the front in 1917: and he continued to see her until 1930 when he apparently suspected her loyalty and quarrelled about malicious gossip that had been attributed to her. MEYER, JEREMY. The Enemy. A Biography of Wyndham Lewis. Routledge & Kegan Paul, London 1980. Vorticist period inscriptions by Lewis are of the greatest rarity.

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      [New York]: A. L. Burt Company, n.d. (ca 1929)., 1917. 6 3/4" x 7 3/4" dust jacket art work painted on a black background, with lettering in white and Fu-Manchu in light blue, white, and red. Housed in a 9 1/8" x 10" gold frame.

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        American Engravers upon Copper and Steel

      New York [vols I and II] and Philadelphia [vol.III]: Grolier Club [vols. I and II], 1917. 3 volumes (including the "Supplement"), octavo. (9 3/8 x 6 1/4 inches). Vols. I and II: titles in brown and black, half-titles. 43 plates (2 folding), half-titles; "Supplement": half-title. 3 plates. Contemporary blue morocco gilt, covers with elaborate overall design of gilt fillets strapwork and cornerpieces with scrolling foliage and pointillé work, spines in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second and fourth compartments, the others with elaborate overall repeat decoration, blue morocco turn-ins and pastedowns with panelled decoration in gilt, silver/grey watered-silk doublures, neat repairs to hinges of one volume. Provenance: Frederick W. Skiff (1867-1947, bibliophile, author and Grolier Club member, bookplate) The finely-bound Skiff set of Stauffer's standard work on the subject, including Fielding's supplement. The first two volumes are from an edition of 353 sets, this set one of 350 printed on "imported mold-made paper." The first volume is sub-titled "Biographical sketches illustrated" and includes the 43 plates; vol. II is sub-titled "Check-list of the works of the earlier engravers." Mantle Fielding's work is a supplement to both of the earlier volumes and is limited to 220 copies signed by the author, this copy numbered 131.

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        Charlie Chaplin in the Movies (No. 316)

      M.A. Donohue & Co. 1917 - This RARE copy is FRAGILE but intact. Bottom corner pages are chipped adn the back cover has some small paper missing. No marks or writing observed in text. There is evidence of some small amount of writing on the cover which shows attempts to erase. Worldcat shows only 2 copies: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York and the Margaret Herrick Academy Library in Beverly Hills [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        I. Weltkrieg. Luftbildaufnahmen Mazedonien / Tunesien 1917 Diese äußerst seltenen Luftbildaufnahmen entstanden im Süden Mazedoniens und der nordöstlichen Küste Tunesiens und wurden im Jahre 1917 aufgenommen. Sie zeigen Frontabschnitte, eigene sowie feindl

      Mazedonien / Tunesien 1917 - 32x24cm (Album), 10,3x7,4 u. 16,6x11,4 cm (Photos) 20 Bll, Abgebildet sind die Flieger Franz und Emil, die Fliegerstaffel d. 9. Kom. bi in Kanatlarci , Bulgarenstellung vor Monastir , Cerna-Bogen u.v.m. Viele der Luftbildaufnahmen sind mit exakten Höhenangaben versehen. Orig.-Photoalbum (Pappe) Deckel leicht berieben, Vorderdeckel mit Resten zweier Papieraufkleber, 2 Bilder mit leichten Läsuren, guter Zustand - Rarität!

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        Géographie Ancienne et Moderne de la Chine

      Hien Hien: Imprimerie de la Mission Catholoque. Very Good. 1917. First. Full black cloth. Spring & Autumn Period map as frontis and large (38 x 42.3 in; 965 x1075mm) colored folding map to rear pocket (see image). Advertisement calls for three maps to accompany text, though (if so) few have survived. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; [ii],425 pages .

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        I'll Get the Kaiser's Goat" Original hand-colored lithographic portrait of a WWI American soldier

      NP, NP 1917 - Realized in the fashion of a real photographic studio portrait, this striking hand-colored lithograph depicts an American serviceman in uniform posing with a sign that says: "I'll Get the Kaiser's Goat." The lithograph was made shortly after April 6, 1917 when the U.S. Senate voted 82 to 6 to declare war against Germany, the U.S. House of Representatives endorsed the declaration by a vote of 373 to 50, thus formally allowing America to enter World War I. This original glass-protected work rests in a splendid period oval-shaped gold wood frame decorated with embossed American flags and armorial on top and two entangled fleur-de-lys at bottom. Frame size: 25" x 19". Lithograph size: about 20" x 14". Frame slightly cracked on upper top side. Frame in overall good+ to very good, lithograph in very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Entwurf für ein Glasgemälde mit Wappen der Familie von Mülinen (auf Karton). Darstellung des Ritters Caspar von Mülinen mit dem Tod (nach dem Totentanz von Niklaus Manuel Deutsch).

      1917 46 x 32 cm, Eine kleine Stelle Farbe abgelöst, ansonsten sehr dekoratives Totentanzgemälde. Auf der Rückseite handschriftliche Widmung des Malers an «Elisabeth und Hans von Mülinen. zur freundlichen Erinnerung. Bern Mai 1918 E. v. R. Das Glasgemälde hängt im Berner Münster. Auf dem Totentanz-Fresko von Niklaus Manuel wurde das Wappen des Ritters Caspar v. Mülinen (1481-1538) über dem Herzog (Caspar war vermutlich das Modell) positionniert. ebenso das Wappen des St. Katharinenordens und des Ordens vom Heiligen Grab. Sohn des Hans Friedrich und der Barbara von Scharnachtal. Erbin der Herrschaft Brandis. 00 Verena von Diesbach. Tochter des Ludwig von Diesbach. Ab 1500 Grossrat und 1500-06 Schultheiss von Burgdorf. 1509 Landvogt von Grandson. 1510-15 Landvogt von Orbe-Echallens. ab 1517 Kleinrat (1527 entsetzt). M. wurde als begabter Unterhändler mit Gesandtschaften nach Savoyen. Ferrara (Emilia-Romagna) und Montferrat (Piemont) betraut. 1506 unternahm er eine Jerusalemfahrt. wurde dort zum Ritter geschlagen und trat 1516. obschon der Rat von Bern es ihm verboten hatte. in den Dienst von Hzg. Ulrich von Württemberg ein. M. vertrat bis zur Niederlage bei Pavia 1525 die franz. Interessen. Obwohl er ein Gegner der Reformation war. nahm er 1526 als Berner Vertreter am Glaubensgespräch in Baden teil. 1527 wurde er wegen seiner unnachgiebigen Haltung in Glaubensfragen aus dem Rat verstossen. Die Familie von Mülinen sind ein Aargauer Rittergeschlecht aus Mülligen AG. später habsburgische Ministerialen in der Schweiz. Seit dem 15. Jahrhundert zählen die Mülinen zum bernischen Patriziat. Einige Familienmitglieder führten den hochadeligen Titel eines Reichsgrafen von Mülinen. Das Geschlecht ist 2008 im Mannsstamm ausgestorben. Der früheste bekannte Namensträger ist Peter von Mülinen (+ 1287). Schultheiss von Brugg. Sein Sohn Berchtold (+ 1344) erwarb 1301 oder 1311 die Herrschaften Kasteln und Ruchenstein. Henmann (+ 1421) wurde 1407 Burger von Bern und ab 1414 Herr zu Schinznach. Hans Friedrich (+ 1491) erwarb durch seine Heirat mit Barbara von Scharnachthal die Herrschaft Brandis und begründete damit den Berner Zweig. Unter den Großen der Familie sind zu nennen neben Caspar von Mülinen. der Historiker Nikolaus Graf von Mülinen (1760-1833). der auch als Befreier Nidwaldens bekannt ist und 1811 die Schweizer Geschichtsforschende Gesellschaft mitbegründete; weiters Nikolaus` Vetter. der Diplomat Bernhard Graf von Mülinen (1788-1851). Teilnehmer am Wiener Kongreß. aber auch Nikolaus` Urenkelin Helene von Mülinen (1850-1924). die als bedeutende Frauenrechtlerin den ersten Berner Frauenverein gründete. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Totentanz Helvetica - Bern

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        A Strand Theatre program. Tuesday May 8th, 1917, 2:30 p.m. The Jew by Richard Cumberland. This was a benefit ¿In Aid of the Fund for the relief of the Jewish victims of the war in Russia.¿

      Expess Englsh & Foreign Printers., 89, Commerical Street, E. London, England 1917 - A Strand Theatre program. Tuesday May 8th, 1917, 2:30 p.m. The Jew by Richard Cumberland. This was a benefit ¿In Aid of the Fund for the relief of the Jewish victims of the war in Russia.¿ Artwork on the purple cover is signed, in the print, ¿Mark Wayner 1917¿ The matinee was organized by Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Landa. The patrons included Leopold de Rothschild, the Chief Rabbi [Joseph Herman Hertz], Elkan N. Adler, H. S. Q. Henriques, the Haham [Moses Gaster (1856¿1939), Haham of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews of Britain], Sir Joseph Lyons, Lucien Wolf, Israel Zangwill, John Galsworthy and others Artwork on the purple cover is signed, in the print, ¿Mark Wayner 1917¿ Mark Wayner (Weiner)(1888 or 1889 - 1980) was a Polish-born artist who moved to London with his parents at the age of three. Displaying an early flair for drawing, he was first apprenticed to a German artist. He then studied at the Craft School affiliated to the Royal College of Arts and after that he studied at the Slade School of Art. Apart from painting, Wayner established a considerable reputation as a caricaturist and published two books on the subject. He supplemented his artistic income by designing posters and Christmas cards for the firm of Raphael Tuck. Mark Wayner (Weiner)(1888 or 1889 - 1980) was a Polish-born artist who moved to London with his parents at the age of three. Displaying an early flair for drawing, he was first apprenticed to a German artist. He then studied at the Craft School affiliated to the Royal College of Arts and after that he studied at the Slade School of Art. Apart from painting, Wayner established a considerable reputation as a caricaturist and published two books on the subject. He supplemented his artistic income by designing posters and Christmas cards for the firm of Raphael Tuck. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Sadatsi proletariata w naschej rewoljutsii. (Projekt platformy proletarskoj partii). Rossijskaja Social-Demokratitscheskaja Rabotsaja Partija. Sentjabr 1917

      Petersburg 1917 - OHFt., 38 Seiten, kl. 8°, Umschlag unscheinbar beschmutzt und an den Rändern leicht eingerissen. Besitzerschildchen auf dem Vorderdeckel, In sehr gutem Zustand. Sehr selten, sehr guter Zustand. Book Language/s: ru [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Guide to South Africa. [later South and East African Handbook]. for the use of tourists, sportsmen, invalids and settlers.

      Sampson Low London Cape Town 1918 1919 1922 1924 19251930 1932 193319341935 1917 - 11 vols, 8vo, numerous colour maps, some loose in pockets in rear, advertisements, all bound. in publisher's pictorial grey cloth, several vols worn at the extremities and stained in parts, This detailed and comprehensive handbook was issued annually from the 1890's right up to the present day. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        National Service Women's Land Army

      London: D.A. & S. Ld., 1917. Poster. 30 x 20 inches. This poster features a yellow and black color scheme with vivid lines and an artful technique. The image is of a woman feeding hay to a horse and its foal. This poster is in good condition.

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        Schriftsteller (1871-1950): Porträt- Postkarte \"Heinrich Mann. Für die AKTION gezeichnet von Max Oppenheimer\", verso mit eigenh. Widmung mit Genesungswünschen u. U. München, IX. 1917. ½ S. (6 Zeilen).

       Auf der Rückseite einer Werbekarte für die Berliner Wochenzeitung DIE AKTION, hrsg. von Franz Pfemfert: \"Herrn Herbert Zeißig, / mit den besten Wünschen / für Ihre baldige Genesung. / München / Sept. 1917 / Heinrich Mann\" - // - Auf der Bildseite von Max Oppenheimer gezeichneter Kopf von Heinrich Mann. - Herbert Zeißig war politischer Redakteur des Dresdner Anzeigers. - DABEI: 6 Zeitungsartikel (5 davon mit Foto) über Heinrich Mann. Versand D: 4,00 EUR

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      Paris, 1917. Small areas of paper loss in upper and lower margins from hanging, else very good. French broadside printing of President Wilson's address to Congress asking for a declaration of war against Germany. After years of insisting on neutrality, the sinking of the Lusitania and the infamous Zimmermann Note scandal persuaded Wilson that the time for action was at hand. On April 2, 1917, before a special joint session of Congress, Wilson asked for a declaration of war against Germany, and America entered World War I. Wilson's speech, known as "The world must be made safe for democracy" speech, would be a defining moment of his presidency, and America entering the war would, in turn, be the beginning of the end of the World War I. In the speech, printed here in French on a large sheet and no doubt hung in the streets of Paris, Wilson began with a harsh condemnation of German unrestricted submarine warfare and a review of the reasons neutrality was no longer possible. He then continued: "With a profound sense of the solemn and even tragical character of the step I am taking and of the grave responsibilities which it involves, but in unhesitating obedience to what I deem my constitutional duty, I advise that the Congress declare the recent course of the Imperial German government to be in fact nothing less than war against the government and people of the United States; that it formally accept the status of belligerent which has thus been thrust upon it; and that it take immediate steps, not only to put the country in a more thorough state of defense but also to exert all its power and employ all its resources to bring the government of the German Empire to terms and end the war.... "The world must be made safe for democracy. Its peace must be planted upon the tested foundations of political liberty. We have no selfish ends to serve. We desire no conquest, no dominion. We seek no indemnities for ourselves, no material compensation for the sacrifices we shall freely make. We are but one of the champions of the rights of mankind. We shall be satisfied when those rights have been made as secure as the faith and the freedom of nations can make them.... "It is a distressing and oppressive duty, gentlemen of the Congress, which I have performed in thus addressing you. There are, it may be, many months of fiery trial and sacrifice ahead of us. It is a fearful thing to lead this great peaceful people into war, into the most terrible and disastrous of all wars, civilization itself seeming to be in the balance. But the right is more precious than peace, and we shall fight for the things which we have always carried nearest our hearts for democracy, for the right of those who submit to authority to have a voice in their own governments, for the rights and liberties of small nations, for a universal dominion of right by such a concert of free peoples as shall bring peace and safety to all nations and make the world itself at last free. To such a task we can dedicate our lives and our fortunes, everything that we are and everything that we have, with the pride of those who know that the day has come when America is privileged to spend her blood and her might for the principles that gave her birth and happiness and the peace which she has treasured. God helping her, she can do no other." A remarkable relic of the war to end all wars.

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        Little Brother & Little Sister and Other Tales yy the Brothers Grimm

      London: Constable & Co., Ltd., 1917. - First Trade Edition[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. [GRIMM, Jakob and Wilhelm]. Little Brother & Little Sister And Other Tales by the Brothers Grimm. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. London: Constable & Co., 1917. First trade edition. Octavo (9 15/16 x 7 1/2 inches; 253 x 190 mm.). xi, [1], 250, [1], [1, blank] pp. Twelve mounted color plates, including frontispiece, with captions on mounts. Forty-three black and white drawings. Pictorial end-papers. Publisher's ribbed green cloth, front cover pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt, spine decoratively lettered in gilt, pictorial end-papers. Slight discoloration on free end-papers (from paste-downs). Upper cover corners a little bumped, small armorial bookplate on verso of front free end-paper, neat ink inscription dated 1917 on half-title. A very good copy." it was during these years that he illustrated a new Brothers Grimm title, Little Brother and Little Sister which is in effect one of his crowning achievements. In these twelve colour plates we find the most astonishing versatility of style, and an exquisite pitch of execution. The style ranges from the delicate to the virtual burlesque caricature. On the one hand is an example of pre-Raphaelite, infinitely tender portrayals of womanhood, such as 'The True Sweetheart', or the delicate realism of Maid Maleen and her waiting woman escaping from the terrible tower of her father. Yet within the same book we find the classic Rackhamerie of the gnome with his beard caught in the cleft of the semi-anthropomorphized tree, appealing to Rose-red and Snow-white for help and the Hassell-like custard-pie of the three soldiers and the long nose. This is one of the few books illustrated by Rackham from which it would be possible to select any single-colour picture in order to demonstrate Rackham's art at its finest." (Gettings. Arthur Rackham, pp. 116-117).Latimore and Haskell p. 47. Riall p. 129. Gettings p. 178. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Unholy Three (First Edition)

      London: John Lane, 1917. First Edition. First Edition. A classic of horror fiction from Robbins, about a trio of circus freaks who escape captivity in the circus, open a curiosity shop, and use it as a base from which to launch a devastating crime wave. Basis for two films, the first a silent classic in 1925 directed by Tod Browning and starring Lon Chaney (as Professor Echo the ventriloquist), Victor McLaglen (as Hercules the strongman), and Harry Earles (as Tweedledee the dwarf); the second version was directed by Jack Conway in 1930 as a talkie, with Chaney and Earles reprising their roles, and Ivan Linow as Hercules. A rare dust jacket, only the second we have handled. A prize for any collector of film sources or classic horror fiction. In a custom quarter-leather clamshell box. Very good plus in a Very Good dust jacket with some small chips, a few small repairs at the spine panel (though no restoration), along with some rubbing, soiling and splitting at the folds. In a quarter-leather custom clamshell box.

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        Percy Wyndham Lewis Portait by Augustus John

      London. Single sheet.. very Good. Augustus John. (Reference: Dodgson 18) Etching, circa 1917 (?). Numbered 20 of the edition size of 25 copies. Printed on handmade laid paper with a watermark, titled ?'Head of a Young man ?' and numbered by the artist in pen with?' Plate no 86?' also in ink. There is light overall browning of the paper, otherwise in very good condition. Plate/image size 130 x100mm (5 x 4 inches); Sheet size 280x 220 mm. (11 x 9 inches) Percy Wyndham Lewis was a ?'painter and writer of fiction and critical essays. Born in Nova Scotia, 1886, and trained as an artist at the Slade School and in Amsterdam, Paris, Munich and Madrid. Member of the London Group and a leader of the?' Vorticists?'; editor of ?'Blast?'. Painted ?'Canadian Gun-pit?' and other studies of guns and gunners, during the War.?' (Dodgson ref: 18) Dodgson also states that John had completed another portrait of Lewis in 1906

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        Michael Brother of Jerry

      Mills and Boon 1917 - First edition of a scarce Jack London title, complete with its original pictorial dustwrapper. Small octavo-sized hardback, faded blue cloth with offsetting & ghosting of dustwrapper design to front board. 324pp, all evenly tanned due to the poor quality of paper. Colour dustwrapper (2/- net), white spine with oval blue & white photo of the author. A small area of loss towards bottom of spine. Scans upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Axe An edge-tool for chopping ?" Lizzie Borden's signed copy of Funk & Wagnalls Dictionary, which she bought in Washington, D C

      [Washington, D.C.], n.d.. 5" x 6.5". "Book Signed ""L. A. B. Washington"" on the front free-endpaper. Her copy of The Concise Standard Dictionary of the English Language abridged by James C. Fernald, 583 pages, 5"" x 6.5"". New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1917. Illustrated. Brown cloth imprinted in black, gilt lettering on cover and spine. Minor fraying at head and tail of spine.Corners lightly bumped. Very Good condition.Lizzie Borden is well known from this most familiar rhyme recited at the time of her 1892 murder trial (and afterwards after she was acquitted): ""Lizzie Borden took an axe / And gave her mother forty whacks. / When she saw what she had done, / She gave her father forty-one.""It is interesting to note that ""axe"" and ""murder"" are listed in this dictionary.To escape the pressures of Fall River, Massachusetts, Lizzie Borden often would take off for Washington, D.C. ""Things were getting bad, so I've run away,"" she wrote to friends. Michael Martins, Curator of the Fall River Historical Society, said that in Washington ""she could live a life without being publicly scrutinized. She loved theater, loved traveling, loved shopping."" She evidently bought this book on one of her jaunts to Washington, D.C.Anything signed by Lizzie Borden is extremely rare. In 2003, a signed copy of a book owned by her sold for $6000. Only three ALsS signed by her have sold at auction in the last 25 years, the latest bringing over $8000. "

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        Am Bosporus – Deutsche Soldatenzeitung (Nr. 1 – 62 (?) (17. Dezember 1917 bis 19. Oktober 1918), ohne Heft 20 und 21).

      Konstantinopel, Militärmission, 1917/18. - Mit vielen Abbildungen auf 2 Tafeln und im Text, einzeln paginiert (bis Nr. 15 je 8 Seiten, danach je 4 Seiten), gebunden in 2 Leinenbänden der Zeit, 30,5 x 23,5 cm (Nr. 1 bis 15), 46,5 x 31,5 (Nr. 16 bis 60), Der größere Band mit repariertem Rücken, innen papierbedingt gebräunt, einige Blatt mit Randläsuren. Seltenes Unterhaltungsblatt für die in Konstantinopel und in Kleinasien stationierten deutschen Soldaten mit Frontberichten, Anekdoten aus der türkischen Geschichte, Beschreibungen von Sehenswürdigkeiten und kulturellen Ereignissen [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

      The Egoist 1917 - The Egoist, London 1917. First English Edition from English Sheets. Rare Book. Only 1,000 were printed. Preceded by Huebsch printed in America. This edition is referred to as the Second Edition by the publisher. Book Condition: Very Good, tight spine, light spots, age toning. Fraying at the spine, thin fragile pages, foxing, short tears. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      1917 - Frankfurt. 1917. Piel con cierres. 24X16. Dietario Original de George Van Panhuys y familia con fotografias de la época, cartas y musica. Muy curioso y raro. Ref 20 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Contes et Légendes des Nations alliées recueillis et illustrés par Edmond Dulac

      Edition originale, un des 1000 exemplaires numérotés, seul tirage annoncé.binding en pleine basane fauve, couvertures et spine conservésExemplaire N° 313, un des 1000 exemplaires numérotés et signés par l'Artiste. Complet des 15 illustrations HT, en couleurs sous serpentes légendées, enrichi de lettrines bandeaux et culs-de-lampe, et de frises d'encadrement à chaque page. Infimes frottements sur les coins coupes et spine-ends sinon parfait état. L'édition d'art H. Piazza Paris 1917 24x30,5cm relié

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        Contes et Légendes des Nations Alliées recueillis et illustrés (IN FRANZÖSISCHER SPRACHE)

      Paris, L‘Édition D‘Art, H. Piazza 1917. mit einem illustrierten Titel und 15 ganzseitigen montierten Abbildungen auf Tafeln, 149 paginierte Seiten und 2 nichtnummerierte Seiten mit Inhalts- und Illustrationsverzeichnis, 24x31, graubraune farbig illustrierte O (Interims-)Broschur IN DER PRESSE NUMMERIERTE NR. 92 (von insgesamt 1000 Stück). Dieses Exemplar ist im Unterschied zu den Exemplaren der Normal-Ausgabe VON DULAC IM IMPRESSUM VOLL SIGNIERTES EXEMPLAR; der Buchblock ein wenig gelockert und der Einband am Rücken lädiert (mit Fehlstelle) Versand D: 5,00 EUR Ki 21643, VORZUGSAUSGABEN/nummerierte Ausgabe i

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        Zapiski Peredvizhnogo Obshchedostupnago teatra

      Petrograd: Petrogradskii Soiuz rabochikh potrebitel'nykh obshchestv., 1917-23. First. Wrappers, 4to, (Vishnevskii 350). Title translates roughly as "Notes of the Itinerant Popular Theatre" We have 21 volumes. (1917) 5-6, 7-8(June-July, missing cover tip-on), (1918) 9 (With an insert showing a production of Gluck's "Orpheus" by Jacques Dalcroize (the innovator of rhythmic acting). Photograph tipped on cover showing Ibsen's "Little Eyolfe", duplicate 9(Aug), 10 (Sept with cover illus. of "Institut zhaka dal'kroza" [Institute jacque-dalcrose]), 11(Oct.), 12(Oct.), 13(Nov), 14(Nov. with photograph of the Popular Theatre at the People's House/ Narodnyi Dom on cover), 15(Dec.), 16 (Dec)(1919) 17(Jan), 18(Feb), 19(Mar), 20(April), 21(May), 22-23(June-July with Kuzmin "Happy Day or Two Brothers" on cover), 24-25(Aug-Sept), 26-27(Oct 1919-May 1920), (1920) 28-29(June-Aug ), (1921)30-31-32(Sep1920-Nov 1921), (1923) 56. Irregularly published from 1914, (no5-6 1917 was the fourth volume to be published in three years. ) By 1923 the publication had changed to 8 page newspaper format. Early issues were quite well produced albeit fagile with tipped-on illustrations often photographic on the cardboard like covers. Tipped-on illustrations often photographic were often laid in also. (no. 26-27 has a rare tipped-on illustration of Vera Kommissarzhevskaia in whose theatre company Meierkhol'd began his director's career. In 1919 the publisher became Izd. Peredvvizhnogo obshchedostupnogo teatra. Very rare as there is only one listing in OCLC and that on microfilm-issue (30-31-32) Very rare photographic content. (quantity 21) Generally in remarkably good condition(some issues uncut!), tip-on illustration for no7-8 missing as noted, no. 56 in newspaper format is in poor condition.

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