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        Der Virtuose.

      Berlin. Paul Cassirer, 1918.. 4° ( 32 x 24,5 cm). Original-Halbpergamentband mit Pergamentecken und marmorierten Deckelbezügen sowie Kopfgoldschnitt. Das Pergament etwas gedunkelt. 174 Seiten mit 1 signierten Original-Radierung ( Porträt Francesco D'Andrade als Don Juan) von Max Slevogt, dem Titelblatt von Hans Meid. Mit insgesamt 39 Faksimiles und Lichtdrucken, 29 davon unpaginiert auf zwischengebundenen Separatblättern. Im Innenbereich nahezu tadellos und keinerlei Eintrag.. Nummer 59 von 100 numerierten Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe #Vitri6

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat und Buchhandlung Carl Wegner]
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        The Hand of The Potter. A Tragedy in Four Acts

      New York: Boni & Liveright. 1918. First. First edition, first published issue. Fine in a nice, very good dustwrapper with a long but seamless-appearing internal repair, a small chip on the rear panel, and a little age-toning. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        On the Quantum Theory of Line-Spectra, I-III.

      Bianco Lunos 1918-1922, Copenhagen - A rare complete set of his major work in the scarce presentation-offprint issue; with ‘Separate Copy’ printed on the front wrappers. Inscribed by Bohr to Austrian physicist Egon von Schweidler (1873-1948) on the front wrapper of the first part.It was in this fundamental paper that Bohr first gave a clear formulation of, and fully utilized, his ‘correspondence principle’. Besides his derivation of the Balmer formula (1913), this is by many considered to be Bohr’s greatest contribution to physics. Bohr’s correspondence principle (or postulate) states in general that although classical physics is incomplete there must be a fundamental analogy between quantum theory and classical physics. Actually Bohr at first referred to the postulate as the ‘principle of analogy’. It was Bohr’s underlying idea that the new quantum theory must satisfy in the limiting cases, e.g., when frequencies v tend to zero or quantum numbers n??, that it’s predictions approximate those of classical physics. When studying different quantum theoretic problems one can thus utilize already established facts from what classical physics predicts in that particular situation, and then work backwards to arrive at new quantum theoretic rules for the system. In this major paper, of which the two first parts were published in 1918 and the third in 1922, Bohr penetrated far into the quantum theory of line-spectra of the Hydrogen atom, and other elements, by using his principle and the classical theory of electrodynamics. Bohr’s method was the principle guide to the progress of quantum theory during the early twenties, until it was finally built into the foundation of quantum mechanics. Provenance: Bohr presented this copy to Austrian physicist Egon von Schweidler, head of the department of experimental physics at the University of Innsbruck and the author of several works on relativity. Segrè, X-Rays to Quarks, pp. 13-15; 119-30. Nobel: The Man and his Prizes, pp. 437-49. Three parts. 4to: (270 x 215 mm). Offprints from: ‘Mémoires de l’Académie Royale des Sciences et des Lettres de Danemark’. Original printed wrappers in fine condition. Part I inscribed by Bohr "Herrn Professor Dr. v. Schweidler Rechtachtungsvoll vom Verfasser" (inscription slightly affected by chip in upper right corner). First editions, author's presentation offprints, inscribed. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Die Blechschmiede oder Der umgestürzte Papierkorb. Mysterium von Arno Holz. Dazu 20 radierte Improvisationen von Michl Fingesten.

      Berlin, Felsing 1918.. Mit 20 signierten Radierungen von Michael Fingesten. Folio 34 x 25 cm. Handgebundener dunkelbrauner Lederband der Zeit mit Rückentitel, etwas Rückenvergoldung und goldgeprägter Deckelfilete sowie Kopfgoldschnitt. Diesem Werk ist vorgebunden: Arno Holz. Die Blechschmiede. Mysterium. Mit Illustrationen von Erich Büttner und Julius Dietz. (Dresden), Privatdruck, (1917). XIII, 1 Blatt, 383 Seiten, 1 Blatt.. Slg. Hoh 590-609 Nechwatal S. 20 nicht bei Sennewald.Für Fingesten Radierungen: Eins von 40 nummerierten Exemplaren auf Bütten. Die Buchausgabe von Arno Holz: Eins von 250 Exemplaren. 1901 war das durchtrieben-bösartige Kaspertheater (Robert Wohlleben) erstmals erschienen, 1917 legte Arno Holz eine erweiterte Fassung als Privatdruck für Subskribenten vor. Hier zusammen mit der großartigen erotischen Radierfolge von Michael Fingesten in einem unsignierten Handeinband, Kanten etwas berieben. Textdruck bei Petzschke & Gretschel, Dresden. 2 Radierungen mit minimalen Wasserrand am äußersten Blattrand, eine rückseitig mit Feuchtigkeitsspuren. - Schönes Exemplar, in dieser Zusammenstellung sicher ein Unikat.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun GbR (Versa]
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        Grenade Vest owned by John Wayne - used in "The Green Berets"

      "This olive drab Grenade Vest was purchased at the October 6-7, 2011, Heritage Auction of ?The Personal Property of John Wayne.? These type vests were originally used by the Allied Expeditionary Forces, led by General John J. Pershing, in 1918, during the last months of World War I and later reissued to U.S. Marines in the Pacific during World War II to carry grenades or shot gun shells. Imprinted on the back ?The L.N. Gross Co. / 4-18.? 4-18 would indicate it was manufactured in April 1918. The vest has two rows of identical patch pockets, six along the top and five at the bottom, each with scalloped fold-over flaps with snap-button closures, all mounted on a 17.25? x 10.25? base. Each of the pockets would have originally held one Mills bomb (hand grenade). Two 2.5? x 1.5? leather straps extend from each upper corner, with a third at upper mid-center. The Vietnam War motion picture ?The Green Berets? (1968) was the only John Wayne movie for which the U.S. Army provided accoutrements. In addition to supplies and equipment, the U.S. Army even supplied Wayne with actual weapons for use during the filming. John Wayne starred and also directed ?The Green Berets.? His son Michael was the producer and son Patrick was one of the stars. Fine condition.John Wayne had written to President Lyndon B. Johnson about making a film based on Robin Moore?s book, ?The Green Berets.? LBJ?s assistant Bill Moyers wrote back that the President ?was interested in the project and that it sounded like an interesting and exciting venture,? telling Wayne to contact the Department of Defense. According to the Internet Movie Firearms Database (imfdb.org), ?Wayne?s film received substantial support from the Department of Defense, who lent accurate equipment and weaponry for the production.? Former Johnson assistant Jack Valenti had become head of the Motion Picture Association of America and, even though there were violent war scenes, the MPAA granted ?The Green Berets? a ?G? (General Audiences) rating.?The Green Berets? was filmed at Fort Benning, Georgia. John Maffre in ?The Washington Post? wrote on October 15, 1967, that ?The Pentagon has smiled on the production with full logistic support ...? Joan Barthel, in the December 24, 1967, edition of ?The New York Times,? wrote that ?U.S. Army men and equipment have been made available for ?The Green Berets?...? She quotes Capt. August Schomburg, Jr., Fort Benning project officer for the movie, ?The Army provides certain things that are not readily available.? Maffre reported that ?Once they were shooting scenes with a huge C-130 transport plane when the Air Force snatched it back for a training mission...? Mervyn LeRoy, an advisor/director on the set whose many credits included directing ?Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo,? added, ?You wouldn?t get these planes and these choppers and these soldiers and everything around here unless they wanted this picture made? ?" real soldiers at Fort Benning, training to go to Vietnam, used their own leave time to work as extras. Others were detailed to the movie set in place of their actual duties with some on administrative leave, such as, according to Barthel, ?a platoon of Hawaiians brought down from Fort Devens, Mass. ... Permission to film at Benning was granted, after the Pentagon okayed it, by the present commander of the post, Maj. Gen. John M. Wright, and his predecessor, Lieut. Gen. Robert E. York. Lieut. Col. William Byrns, the Hollywood-based Army adviser who went overseas with Wayne to scout sites before settling on Benning, where sections of the terrain resemble Vietnam?s, recalled the generals? reasoning. ?They felt that the movie would be very good for the military and for the country at this time.?? Green Beret Maj. Jerold R. Dodds was a Special Forces Advisor on the set.More than 700 costumes, scripts, awards, and memorabilia from the estate of John Wayne brought more than $5.38 million during a two-day auction held at the Hyatt Century Plaza in Los Angeles, October 6-7, 2011. Hosted by Heritage Auctions, in conjunction with John Wayne Enterprises, ?a beret from ?The Green Berets? ... worn as Wayne portrayed ?Colonel Mike Kirby? in the film that he starred in and directed? sold for an astounding $179,250. Also, from ?The Green Berets,? a pair of camouflage fatigues worn by John Wayne sold for $13,145.Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from John Wayne Enterprises, Ethan Wayne, President, and a Heritage Auctions lot tag ?The Personal Property of John Wayne / October 6, 2011,? bearing a facsimile signature ?John Wayne.?"

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        THE BUSY BO-PEEPS

      David McKay, NY - No publishers date, but Previous owners gift inscription dated Christmas 1918 on front free endpaper. Hard Cover. Good condition, no dustjacket. Exterior of book heavily rubbed and soiled, some wear to edges of book. Interior text block is a bit age darkened with some foxing and thumbing at margins. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Windy Hill Books]
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        ROMANTICHESKI TSVETY. (Romantic flowers.) Verse.

      St. Petersburg, 1918. - Third edition. Original printed wrappers. Small repairs. Gumilev s first book, dedicated to his future wife A. A. Gorenko (Anna Akhmatova). This third edition contains a larger section of Gumilev s early verses. See KILGOUR 419. ( Russian ) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rosenbad Antique Books]
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        LA PASSION D'ARMELLE LOUANAIS

      1918 - 1 volume, reliure plein chagrin marron-clair (binding full shagreen) in-12, dos long (spine without raised bands), décoré or (gilt dégoration), titre et auteur frappés or (gilt title), 1er plat orné d'une flamme symbolique en chagrin rouge, toutes tranches non rognées, long papier, couverture fanée conservée, Edition Originale, tirage limité à 50 Exemplaires Numérotés sur Papier de Hollande (N°18), Exemplaire Unique ayant été orné en marge de 76 Gouaches Originales de Mr DUCHATEL - RAYMOND, 284 pages, 1918 à Paris Ernest Fl:ammarion Editeur, EDITION ORIGINALE de ce célèbre roman BRETON.UNIQUE. très belle reliure en bon état (beautiful binding in very good condition.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Guimard]
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        Thrice signed! Harry Houdini executes a contract to publish Professor Hoffman's final book on magic in the United States, one of the great escape artist's idols

      "Important Partly-printed Document Signed, ""Harry Houdini,"" 2 pages, 8"" x 12"", New York, August 20, 1918, a contract between Houdini and the firm of Spon and Chamberlain for the publication of a book by Angelo Lewis (pseud. ""Professor Hoffman""): Latest Magic, Being Original Conjuring Tricks (1918). Additionally signed by Houdini's assistant, John W. Sargent. The contract is accompanied by an additional Document Signed, ""Harry Houdini,"" and ""John W. Sargent,"" 1 page, 8"" x 4.75"", [New York], August 19, 1918, noting their role as agents for Lewis and relinquishing any claim on royalties for the book. Also together with a third Document Signed, ""Harry Houdini,"" and ""John W. Sargent,"" 1 page, 8.5"" x 7.5"", [New York], August 17, 1918, certifying that they have full authority to represent Lewis' interests in the matter. Usual folds, minor chip at bottom left of second page not affecting text of the contract which has been bound at top with a brown paper backing. The two additional documents bear some folds as well as irregular bottom margins. The three signatures exist in three separate pieces and could be separated as the documents are complete in and of themselves. Angelo J. Lewis (1839-1919), a.k.a. ""Professor Hoffman"" was an English barrister and one of the greatest amateur magicians of his day, and the author of several works on magic. Houdini, writing in a biography published in November, 1919 described him as ""The brightest star in the firmament of magical literature."" (Houdini, ""Professor Hoffmann,"" M.U.M. The Society of Americans Magicians Monthly, November 1919). "

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        The Springtide of Life. Poems of Childhood by Algernon Charles Swinburne

      William Heinemann, London 1918 - SIGNED/LIMITED EDITION of 765 copies printed. This copy is authentically SIGNED by Arthur Rackham. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and boards are crisp light discoloration to the boards. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy SIGNED by Rackham in collector's condition. We buy SIGNED Rackham First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        The Fighting Fool. A Tale of the Western Frontier

      New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, (1918). First edition. original light brown cloth ruled and lettered in dark blue. Fine/pictorial dust jacket (very slightly rubbed and nicked at spine ends,spine a little darkened, light rubbing of edges and folds). Octavo. Dust jacket illustrated by Edward Borein [19]18 Edward Borein (1872-1945) studied etching at New York’s Art Students League. He returned to California permanently in 1919. Coolidge and Borein became friends [See Davidson, The Lost Works of Edward Borein, 1978. “Drawings Used As Illustrations in Publications Names and Dates Of Which Are Unknown At The Present Time” page 201. This illustrated at page 208].

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        L'Avare

      Paris: Librairie Hachette et Cie,, 1918. Beckett's copy from Trinity College. Annotated and signed by him. Together with a Trinity College dinner menu signed by Beckett. Duodecimo. Original green cloth-backed boards, titles to spine gilt. Shaken, pages browned, little rubbed. Beckett's student copy of this play by the great Molière, with his ownership inscription to the front free endpaper, "Samuel B. Beckett. Trinity College Dublin. Hilary Term - 1924" beneath which is written the ownership inscription of the linguist Professor Daniel de W. Rogers, dated 1950. With notes in Beckett's hand to 19 pages of the text (And a couple by Rogers). The notes primarily consist of glosses of some of Molière's more obscure terms and phrases. Also included is the menu for the Summer Commencements Dinner, 2 July 1959, signed by Beckett and four others.

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        Captain R. J. Tipton: An Appreciation. With an account of his escape from Turkey in Asia during the world's great war, 1914-1918.

      Sloane & Co., Ltd.,, [Liverpool: 1918 - octavo, (36), 32, (4),pp. plus fourteen tipped-in plates. Preface by the compiler. Memorial volume to Tipton who was attached to 40 Squadron, France, formerly 14 Squadron, Egypt. Includes "An Escape from Turkey in Asia, August-September, 1917" by Captain E. H. Keeling. This article was first printed in "Blackwood's Magazine" May, 1918. While serving in Egypt, Tipton was forced down and captured by the Turks. After fourteen months he escaped and eventually reached England. On 4 March he was posted to 40 Squadron and on 9 March he was mortally wounded in combat and died several days later. Signed and dated, "Oct 1918" by Tipton's mother, "from Mrs. Tipton." Accompanying the book is a typed letter, signed "Gwilym" from Gwilym Lewis to Jack Wales dated 30th May 1977. "You wrote me a splendid letter and were good enough to enclose the "Appreciation of 'tiny' Tipton". He really did have a magnetic personality which is almost unbelievable. This is so clearly reflected in my own letter and other letters written to his family at the time of his death. I am sure that somewhere along the line I must have myself received this book.Unfortunately I failed to make the lunch with Harold Balfour." Included is the five page holograph "Appreciation" which, although unsigned and in a rough draft form with cross-outs and corrections, is obviously the tribute written by Jack Wales. Also included is a typed letter, signed "Kelly" from Kelly Wills dated 23 Jan. 1969 to Jack Wales. "The item in Kilduff's column was a bit misleading. I am not planning a complete history of No. 4 Sqn. I became interested in No. 40 Squadron while researching the Career of Adolf von Tutschek.Apparently Tutschek scrapped more than a little bit with the 1917 members of the No. 40 Sqn. and I am primarily interested in that portion of the unit's history. I have a copy of the Lorraine book but I have never heard of the Tipton book which sounds fascinating.I would like to borrow, or buy.or trade for the Tipton book.I would like a copy of the text relevant to No 40 Sqn. in any form if you do not wish to part with the book." Cloth slightly dust soiled, upper right corner mildly bumped. tan cloth, stamped in black on front cover, all edges gilt. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Colophon Book Shop, ABAA]
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        In the Fourth Year; anticipations of a world peace

      Chatto & Windus, 1918 - Spine sunned and sides a little marked, a little foxing and advertisements, end-papers and half-title browned, else a nice copy. Presentation Copy, inscribed by the author on the half-title "A.T.S. H.G." H.G. Wells Society Bibliography 68 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Original Woodcuts by Various Artists

      London: Omega Workshops Ltd.,, 1918. Octavo. Original hand printed, pink patterned paper boards. Printed by Richard Madley. Margins browned and a light and inconsequential tide mark at the top edge of most pages, some very small scuffing at the spine endemic to this book, general toning and light rubbing to the edges but an exceptional copy of a notoriously vulnerable publication. First and only edition. One of just 75 numbered copies and exceptionally scarce on the market. The present example is in the rare pink patterned paper described by Greenwood (Omega Cuts, The Wood Lea Press, 1998) as having "characteristic of Vanessa Bell's style at this time, but there s no evidence that she cut it." There is an intriguing ownership signature to the front paste down "D. S. Maw". Although we have been unable to identify the owner it is perhaps worth mentioning that one of the principal ceramic manufacturers used by Omega was Maw and Co.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        CRACK-A-JACK Tailoring.

      - Danforth Mills Co.: NY & Chicago, Fall-Winter 1918-1919. 40 "cardboard" pages, 16 of which feature mens clothing in color. 21.5x16.5", covers rubbed, worn, soiled and slightly mildewed, front cover warped, lower spine edge torn, corners and extremities fraying, text block loose, pages (maily margin area) soiled, spotted and slightly mildewed. Some pages are seperating. Pastedowns have tears. Book was used as a scrapbook contemporary to the time period of the catalog. Nine pages have pasted- down items, some on the pages of fabric samples (all fabric samples have been removed). There was an illustration on the front pastedown which has been roughly remove. Some of the items are: December 1919 calendar, Grand Rapids (MI), Christmas and Easter postcards, illustrations by C.H. Twelvetrees, John R. Neill and pages of Dolly Dingle. There are 31 vaious mens clothing styles on 16 pages, all nicely illustrated and quite attractive using women as accessories. "The Crack-A-Jack Brand Service is Exclusively a service in made-to-measure clothes . We have posted a standing forfeiture of $50,000.00 in cash to any man who can prove that Crack-A-Jack Brand Guaranteed Talored Garments are not tailored to each individual order." A wonderful item, the fashions are large and fabulous, the scrapbooking of it done with desirable scraps. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John K King Used & Rare Books]
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        Royal Worcester Views [Royal Worcester Corset Company] SCARCE

      Worcester, Massachusetts 1918 - SCARCE - NONE IN OCLC. Circa 1918. Presumed publication of the Royal Worcester Corset Company in Worcester, Massachusetts (1864-1950). Oblong format, binding is full flexible leather, containing 24 tipped-in albumen photographs, with descriptions. Includes a portrait of David H. Fanning - The President, a portrait of three workers with the fashionable hoop skirt, Officials and Directors, Private Office of the President and Treasurer, Officials and Over 1700 Employees on the Lawn adjoining the Factory, Main Stitching Room, One of the Fire Escapes, Cutting Department, Distinguished Visitors in early automobiles along the factory, One of the Finishing Rooms, One of the Sanitary Bubbling Fountains, Spacious Exits and Fireproof Double Stairway, Bon Ton Stitching Room, Lavatory, Dining Hall, Cleansing and Ironing Department, Spraying Corsets with Steam Before Ironing, Box Making Department, Visitors in Early Cars, Corset Boning Department, Engines and Switchboard, Stockroom, Shipping Department, Shipping Platform and Vehicles (being cars and horses with wagon). Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Monroe Bridge Books, SNEAB Member]
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        The Reports of Chavonnes and His Council, and of Van Imhoff, on the Cape. with Incidental Correspondence

      The Van Riebeeck Society, 1918, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacketvolume 1 in the first series of the van riebeeck series. no jacket issued. original grey boards are a little shelf rubbed and lightly marked. the book has a previous owner's bookplate and signature and there is some foxing. the binding is excellent. very rare. supposedly only 250 were produced. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Inventory No: 29dt.

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        ANZEIGER FÜR SCHWEIZERISCHE ALTERTUMSKUNDE, INDICATEUR D'ANTIQUITES SUISSES, 10 VOLUMES / BÄNDEN, 1899-1918 (COMPLET)

      Verlag des Schweizerischen Landesmuseums Buchdruckerei Berichthaus 1918 - RO60084710: 10 volumes. Illustrés de très nombreux dessins et de très nombreuses photo-gravures en noir et blanc, dans le texte et sur planches hors texte. Texte en allemand et en français. Titres et années dorés sur les dos. Manque important sur le dos du vol. 1907-1908. Amtliches Organ des Schweizerischen Landesmuseums, des Verbandes der Schweizerischen Altertumsmuseen und der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Erhaltung Historischer Kunstdenkmäler. Herausg. von der Direktion des Schweizerischen Landesmuseums in Zürich. In-4 Relié. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Mors fendus. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 430-Langues germaniques. Allemand [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The F - 5L FLYING BOAT HANDBOOK. Navy Department. Bureau of Construction and Repair. December, 1918.

      Government Printing Office,, Washington: 1918 - Illustrated with 57 figures/images, many from b/w photographs; 10 are fold- out diagrams at rear. This manual "is designed to give the most satisfactory method of unpacking and assembling the model F-5L flying boat, together with information and suggestions which may prove valuable in its care and maintenance." [Introduction]. The F-5L was "a variant of the Felixstowe F.5 that was designed by Commander John C. Porte of the Royal Navy. This US version had Liberty engines, which were noted in its designation with the letter "L". 138 F-5Ls were produced by the United States Navy's Naval Aircraft Factory: 60 by Curtiss, and 30 by Canadian Aeroplanes of Toronto. . In April 1919, one of these F-5L flying boats, flown by Lieutenant H. B. Grow, set a flight endurance record of 20 hours and 19 minutes." ["Ancient Seaplanes"]. Page a rather well-known individual in the aviation industry, taking his first solo flight in 1913, was one of the first to fly scheduled planes to foreign destinations as a pilot for American Trans-Oceanic [1920-21], and "who in 1943 became Director of Engineering for the entire airplane division of the Curtiss-Wright Corporation. From his headquarters in St. Louis, he was credited with designing some sixty models for the company. Perhaps his most celebrated achievement was the C-46 "Commando," the cargo-carrying bulwark of the war effort." [Horgan, City of Flight]. Light-to-average wear. Prior owner signature & address label [to t.p. lower margin] of George Page Jr. A VG+ copy of a rare early-aviation manual. Brown muslin cloth binding with gilt stamped title lettering to front board. 8" x 4-7/8". 1st edition. 47, [1 (blank)] pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Magic Pudding: Being the Adventures of Bunyip Bluegum and His Friends Bill Barnacle & Sam Sawnoff

      Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1918, Hardcover, Book Condition: * Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, Illustrated By: Norman LindsaySize: Medium Quarto 285mm (11"tall), Rare first edition of the most famous Australian children's books. Beige pictorial hardcover boards with brown lettering to front board, brown cloth spine with gilt lettering, some rubbing & staining to boards, rubbing on edges with board exposed at places, rubbing & small chipps on head/tail of spine. Solid inside with slightly loose spine but holding well, pale green patterned endpapers, coloured frontis and many black & white full page illustrations. Pages are clean with tears on the fore-dge of the following pages: 2 cm on half-title page, 7cm on page 21, 3 cm on page 77 and 6 cm on page 105.

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        OT SEZANNA DO SUPREMATIZMA - Manifeste suprématiste. Suprematist manifest.

      - Kritischeskii ocherk Petersburg, s.d.(1918). IZO Narkompros. Un fascicule au format 112X171mm. Il s'agit d'une révision de son texte de 1919 "O Novykh Sistemakh Visk Usstve". Exemplaire restauré, taches brunes : voir photos.(Russian avant garde, manifeste d'avant garde). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Archive including U.S. Army General Robert C. Richardson IIIâ??s Defense Superior Service Medal in presentation case, and nine award ribbons including his Legion of Merit Service Ribbon, World War II Victory Service Medal Ribbon, Army of Occupation Ribbon, and French Croix de Guerre Ribbon

      "Gen. Robert C. Richardson III (1918-2011), namesake of his father 4-Star Gen. Robert C. Richardson, Jr., who commanded the U.S. Army, Pacific (Hawaiian Department) during the height of World War II, was an officer, first of the United States Army Air Corps, then with the United States Air Force, eventually attaining the rank of Brigadier General. A leader in the early days of the U.S. Air Force, he was a renowned expert in tactical nuclear warfare, NATO, and military long range planning. Gen. Richardsonâ??s Defense Superior Service Medal with ribbon and clasp is in the presentation case and includes the lapel pin and ribbon bar. Established in 1976, the Defense Superior Service Medal is a senior American military decoration of the Department of Defense, awarded to members of the U.S. Armed Forces who perform ""superior meritorious service in a position of significant responsibility."" Also present is his Air Service Medal with ribbon and clasp. In April 1945, Richardson was in command of the 365th Fighter Group, ""The Hell Hawks,"" at Fritzlar, Germany. He led the unit in their support of General George S. Patton's final push into Germany then transitioned the P-47 Thunderbolt fighter group from wartime to peacetime operations. Upon the redeployment of the 365th Fighter Group back to the United States in September 1945, he remained in the Occupation Forces as chief of the Aircraft Allocation Division, Headquarters, U.S. Air Forces in Europe. He was awarded the Air Medal for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight, the Army Commendation Medal awarded to members of the Armed Forces who distinguished themselves by heroism, meritorious achievement or meritorious service, and the Legion of Merit given for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services and achievements. In all, there are three bars, each with three ribbons attached. From the Family of Gen. Robert C. Richardson III."

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        Archive of material relating to Mount Wingen and the Wingen Coal Measures

      Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1918. Published quarto, bound manuscript, and other materials (full description below), all well preserved. Hunter Valley coal riches. An archive of material relating to the smouldering volcanic outcrop at Mount Wingen, prepared by local landholder and pastoralist William Edward Abbott (1844-1924) and his nephew John Henry Abbott (1874-1953).William Abbot was a pre-eminent Hunter Valley pastoralist, enormously successful in acquiring freehold runs and trialling new sheep breeds. The materials in this archive were presented, with manuscript dedications, to another leading pastoralist of the region, Mr. Henry White. Thus the archive forms a unique record of the long-term personal association between the two men.The archive comprises three parts:1. Typed manuscript titled Mount Wingen. The Burning Mountain of the Kingdon Ponds Valley - Its story during the last century. Paginated 30 leaves, bound in full black straight grained roan lettered in gilt 'Mount Wingen' front board, title page inscribed 'To H.L. White Esq, with the compliments of J.H.M. Abbott October 1920'; with loosely inserted photograph measuring 205x154 mm., manuscript note to rear of the image reads: 'Photo taken shewing a portion of the Burning Mountain at Mount Wingen, near Scone NSW. Photo taken by Claire Wilson about 1891. Negative purchased by S. W. Jackson in 1896. To H.L. White, Esq. from S.W. Jackson 12.5.1921.'2. Two further typed manuscript sections, 2 and 8 leaves respectively, housed in a brown card folder printed "Mount Wingen The Burning Mountain of Australia". These are excepts relating to the phenomenon taken from the Sydney Gazette and other early newspapers.3. Published book titled Mount Wingen and the Wingen Coal Measures by W.E. Abbott (Sydney, Angus & Robertson, 1918); slim quarto, 26 pp, folding lithographic map in rear sleeve, photo plates; in special crushed morocco binding with gilt lettering, bookplate of Henry White. Pencilled note to endpaper: 'privately printed, few copies only done'.

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        San Francisco's Reception to the Belgians May 14 Fbre.'18.

      San Francisco, Boussum Photo, 1918. Panorama photograph, silver print, 108 x 17,5 cm, framed, Photograph no 204. - Beautiful panoramic photograph of the "ACM - les Autos-Canons-Mitrailleuses", an belgian armoured-car corps of 400 men, who fighted in the WO 1 in Russia against the german-austrian enemy, and in the chaos of the Russian revolution makes a long journey trough Siberia and China and arrived in the Unted States, San Francisco. - Also with Press filmers and photographers (i.a. The Bulletin Edition Gaumont News, Paris-New York-London) Boussum Photo, 25 Hearng St. S.F.O. - The photographer is Boussum, with studios in San Francisco, Sacramento and Stockton, California. KEYWORDS:san francisco/united states/belgium/wo1.

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        The Marne

      New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1918 - Published in New York by D. Appleton & Company in 1918. First Edition. Book fine except for some wearing on top and bottom edges of spine. DJ good except for chipping on corners, sun fading, creasing and tearing along top and bottom edges, missing piece 1/4 inch long on top right edge of spine, and white discoloration on bottom left corner of front cover and bottom right corner of back cover. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        War Drawings . A Large Portfolio of 60 ' War Drawings' of Aspects of the First World War

      London: Published By Authority of the War Office. Good with no dust jacket. 1918. Presentation Edition. Hardcover. Folio sized (c. 22" x 19" ) heavy card portfolio with ties, with a dark blue cloth spine and 'duck-egg' blue , black titled, paper boards - completely split in two and tatty, having been repaired with a black tape to the spine, at some point, but now consists basically of just the front and back covers, which are complete and of course have protected the contents, which are 60 super lithographic prints of various aspects/people and places of the First World War. Despite having been described as a 'Presentation Edition', NONE of these prints are signed separately in pencil, (as in the De Luxe Ediion of which there were only 50 copies - all signed) but have his usual integral signature on each individual drawing. The 60 prints are FINE - printed in a variety of tones, mainly duo toned - black with a coloured wash - but a few with added colour and one or two more fully coloured. They vary in image size, but most images are just a little smaller than the paper size which measured to the blank edges is c. 20" x 16". All the prints have blank margins, some are a little dusty at the edges, but all the images are Near Fine to FINE, with the exception of the first print of Sir Douglas Haig, which is foxed (has light brown spotting). A separate 'Title Page' accompanies this set listing all the Prints by title/place. This is slightly creased/marked. " Muirhead Bone (1876 -1953) A Glasgow born draughtsman and engraver, became the First Official War Artist in July 1916. The detail and accuracy of Bone's drawings made him a prime choice for the authorities at Wellington House. He was made an honorary second lieutenant and provided with a car, giving him easier access to the action at the front. Bone was sent to France on his first commission. The next year he worked on naval subjects, followed by a short period in France to record the devastation of the towns..." . This portfolio includes scenes from the Western Front as well as a few naval subjects. A Complete Set of 60 Lithographic prints. Quite Scarce. See Images. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall .

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        Cornhuskers

      Henry Holt, New York 1918 - 147 pages. First edition. Second state with page 3 unnumbered. Fine book in a fine dust jacket with the spine very slightly darkened. Price clipped. A beautiful copy! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Mülheim/Ruhr, 25. IX. 1918. - Large 8vo. 2 pp. on double leaf. To Herr von Levetzow, regarding matters of personnel: "[.] Der Eindruck, daß Admiral v. Behnke der ihm gestellten Aufgabe nicht gewachsen war, herrschte auch bei mir auf Grund der zwei stattgehabten Verhandlungen. Wenn die Kölner Besprechung nachmittags ist, wie mir Herr Kapitän Geyer mitteilte, kann ich teilnehmen + werde gerne kommen. Ich hoffe dann Gelegenheit zu haben, über einige Personenfragen mit Ihnen sprechen zu können. Besonders wichtig erscheint mir die sofortige Klarstellung, wer die deutsche Ölversorgung in Zukunft bearbeitet [.]". - On stationery with printed letterhead; left margin with punched holes (no loss to text); small inkstains throughout and mounted on cardboard.

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        Roosevelt thanks industrialist John Willys for ?having sent me that extract? ? most likely about his youngest son Quentin Roosevelt who was killed in aerial combat over France a month earlier

      "Typed Letter Signed ?Theodore Roosevelt,? one page, 7? x 9.75?. Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y., August 16, 1918. To John N. Willys, Willys-Overland Co., Manchester, Mass. Light horizontal fold crosses loop of ?L?. On watermarked stationery. Fine condition.In full, ?I am really obliged to you. I appreciate your having sent me that extract.? On watermarked paper. Light horizontal fold passes through upper loop of ?l? of bold, full signature. Fine condition.Just a month earlier, on July 14, 1918, TR?s youngest son, 20-year-old Lieutenant Quentin Roosevelt, was killed in aerial combat over France. It is highly likely that Willys had sent Theodore Roosevelt an extract from a local Massachusetts newspaper concerning Quentin?s death.?The New York Times? called John N. Willys (1873-1935), President of the Willys-Overland Company, the ?Napoleon of Automobile Finance? in a January 14, 1912, feature story. ?Mr. Willys,? the article continued, ?is but 38 years old. When he assumed the Presidency of the Overland Company at 34 years of age, he was the youngest President in the industry.? Coincidentally, when Theodore Roosevelt assumed the Presidency of the United States at 42 years of age, he was the youngest President in U.S. history. Willys was only 61 when he died; Roosevelt was only 60.Politically, Willys was a Republican and had served as an Ohio delegate to the 1916 Republican National Convention in Chicago. He was later appointed U.S. Ambassador to Poland (1930-1932) by Republican President Herbert Hoover."

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        Bound collection of 19 pamphlets (all printed in the uniform, striking PCd'E design) related to Spanish Republicanism, Communism and the Civil War. Other contributors include Harry Pollitt, Francisco F. Montiel, Jesus Larranga, ... (Truncated)

      Hardback, Book Condition: Very GoodFull Book Title: Bound collection of 19 pamphlets (all printed in the uniform, striking PCd'E design) related to Spanish Republicanism, Communism and the Civil War. Other contributors include Harry Pollitt, Francisco F. Montiel, Jesus Larranga, Francisco Anton,E. Castro.. Each of the wrappers is bannered with the following lead-title - 'Pleno Ampliado del C.C. del Partido Communista de Espana'...Original color-printed stiff-card wrappers very good. Bound in contemporary gilt-blocked, mock snake-skin cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Subject: Anti-fascist movements - Europe. Working class - Europe - Political activity. Communism - Spain. Europe - Politics and government - 1918-1945. Spain - History - Civil war, 1936-1939. Castelao, 1886-1950 - Political and social views. Galicia (Region) - History - 20th century - Autonomy and independence movements.

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        British Artists At The Front - 4 Vols Set: 'C.R.W.Nevinson','Sir John Lavery','John Nash','Eric Kennington'

      Country Life 1918 - A Set of 4 vols of 'British Artists At The Front' published by Country Life in 1918.The set comprises: Vol.1 'C.R.W Nevinson,Vol.2 'Sir John Lavery,Vol.3 'Paul Nash',Vol.4 'Eric Kennington.Wonderful Full Page colour and B/W illustrations throughout by these acclaimed war artists.All in just about VERY GOOD condition.The oversize paper covers have edge wear and nicks. Spines are incomplete in all.The 4th vol covers and first few pages have come away from the book spine.All plates and pages are present in all of the 4 titles.Internally the pages are clean.Minor nicks,toning and creasing in places but not affecting the plates.A very cheap production and it is remarkable that they have survived nearly a century!Scarce as such.Similar copies on display at the Imperial War Museum presently marking their War Artists exhibition.Further images and details on request. ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        REPORT OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, FROM 1894 TO 1918 (25 VOL.)

      John Murray 1918 - RO40091621: 25 vol. dans leur reliure d'origine. Etiquettes annotées sur les dos. Held at Oxford, Ipswich, Liverpool, Toronto, Bristol, Dover, Bradford, Glasgow. In-8 Relié. Bon état. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'Etape Liberatrice - Au Soleil et Sur Les Monts: Scenes De La Vie Des Soldats Allies Internes En Suisse

      Paris: L'Edition Francaise Illustree. Full-Leather. 289 pages. Many dozens of artistically presented black and white photographs. All text in French but for pages 286-288 which are in English. Prior owner's name upon decorated front free endpaper. Small crack along front hinge. Average wear externally. Damp stain to fore-edge of relatively few leaves. Ink stamp to base of half-title page. Sound copy. . Good. 1918.

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        American Expeditionary Forces Tank Corps Archive

      Camp Colt, PA and France: Fletcher, Private Robert G., 1918. Letters. Very Good. This is a terrific grouping of World War I postal history from Private Robert G. Fletcher of Birmingham, Alabama that documents the birth of the U.S. Army's Armor Branch. Highlights of this collection of 16 postcards and covers with letters include two rare Treat 'Em Rough envelopes, one rare Treat 'Em Rough letterhead, one rare Tank Corps Camp Colt envelope, one rare AEF Christmas package mailing coupon, and two scarce American Red Cross 'postal' handstamps. Private Fletcher's dog tags are included as well. Fletcher was drafted in March of 1918, and by early May he had reported to Camp Colt, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania for training in the soon to be formed Tank Corps commanded by Major Dwight D. Eisenhower. Upon deployment, he was assigned to C Company, 302nd Tank Battalion, a unit equipped with heavy British Mark VI tanks. In France, the 302nd was stationed in Langres (APO 714) at the AEF's Tank Center commanded by Captain George S. Patton. Following the Meuse-Argonne offensive, Fletcher was reassigned to the 344th Tank Battalion, also stationed at Langres, which was equipped with light French Renault tanks. Censorship was apparently very strict in the Tank Corps as Fletcher's letters are mostly requests for additional mail from home and provide little insight into unit operations. Still, this collection of materials that date from the creation of the Tank Corps at Gettysburg through the Armistice is unique, and it is unlikely that any other similar assemblages exist.

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        The Stereoscopic Skin Clinic.

      . New York, Medical Art Publishing Co., 1918, 8°, 132 Stereofarblith. Tafeln; in original Leinenkasten mit Stereobetrachter.. Third edition of the first coloured stereoscopic atlas of skin diseases with 132 plates! - The Stereoscopic Skin Clinic. (The stereoscopic skin clinic; an atlas of diseases of the skin consisting of coloured stereoscopic illustrations and a text in the form of clinical lectures designed for the use of practitioners and students of medicine.) by S.I.Rainforth - The cards are arranged in alphabetic order, from Acne to Zoster, with text on the back of the cards consisting of description, diagnosis and treatment. William Culp Darrah, the historian of stereography, waxed enthusiastic in his survey of the field: "Some very remarkable multicoloured lithoprints, illustrating diseases of the skin, were first copyrighted and issued in 1910 by Doctor S. I. Rainforth of New York...The colours of the images are remarkably lifelike, the skin and pathologic conditions are scientifically accurate. It is unfortunate that these cards are so rare...because they represent some of the best stereo lithoprinting."--Darrah, Stereo Views. A History of Stereographs in America and Their Collection." p.163

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        The Hand of The Potter. A Tragedy in Four Acts

      New York: Boni & Liveright. 1918. First. First edition, first published issue. Fine in a nice, very good dustwrapper with a long but seamless-appearing internal repair, a small chip on the rear panel, and a little age-toning. .

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        A Monograph of the Pheasants

      Witherby & Co. Hardcover. Used: Very Good. In four volumes, 1918-1922. Published under the auspices of the New York Zoological Society. The ninety colored plates are executed in various ways, including chomolithography and collotype. The artists include A. THORBURN, G.E. LODGE, H. GRONVOLD, and L.A. FUERTES, 88 photogravure plates from photographs by Beebe and others, 20 distribution maps, captioned tissue-guards. Limited to 600 numbered copies of which this is No.232. Original burgundy cloth. Shelf wear and bumped corners. Loose tissue guards to prevent offsetting present at many of the photogravures. This was one of the earliest definitive studies of pheasants in their natural habitats. Beebe's text is based on his own extensive travels through Asia and studies in the leading natural history museums of the world. The first volume, published in London, appeared in 1918; the remaining volumes were delayed on account of WWI. Recognized as 'perhaps the greatest ornithological work of the present century, notable not only for its beauty and the wealth of information it contains, but also for the unusual grace of its prose' -Mengel.

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        BERNSTEIN, Leonard (1918-1990), American composer, conductor, 1957, typed letter with signature

      . Two pages on airmail paper. 28 x 21,5 cm; 11 x 8,5 inches. Each with two folds and minimal creases, tiny tear at the upper left margin, with two small holes at the left margin

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        The Tailor of Gloucester

      , London and New York: Published by Frederick Warne, , [1918] , 84 pages with 26 colour illustrated plates plus a frontispiece, very scarce in dustwrapper

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        The Maid of the Combahee ; a Romance of the South from the Manuscript of Sir Thomas Yeld, Bart

      Baltimore, Md. , Saulsbury Publishing Co, 1918. 1st Edition. Description: 325 p. Front. 20 cm. Subjects: Southern States --Fiction. Author's presentation copy SIGNED and inscribed. Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked pictorial cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        The Magic Pudding . Being the Adventures of Bunyip Bluegum and his friends Bill Barnacle & Sam Sawnoff

      Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1918. Quarto, colour frontispiece and illustrations throughout by Lindsay; rear board a trifle worn otherwise a fine copy in illustrated papered boards with maroon cloth spine. An Australian classic. First edition, with a presentation inscription by the publisher George Robertson. The best-loved and most frequently reprinted of all Australian children's books, and a classic of modern Australian literature. This is an example of the very scarce first issue of the first edition, with green "A.& R." endpapers and maroon cloth spine lettered in gilt.'The book is spontaneous and alive, the illustrations reinforcing the text, and the characterisation brilliantly realised' (Muir). Angus and Robertson's initial belief that the book would appeal to children and collectors of Norman Lindsay alike has proven correct ever since. Their decision to print it in large format on the highest quality art paper was justified, even though it meant that the price was very high for a children's book (four times that of {i Snugglepot and Cuddlepie }published a few weeks earlier).

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        355th Battalion Q.M.C., Camp Custer, Mich. (Original Panoramic Photograph)

      Camp Custer, Battle Creek, MI: T.F Mock, 1918. Original panoramic photograph, 6 1/2" x 42 1/4", unframed, rolled. Near Fine, faint creases near ends, scant light soiling rear of photo. Stamped in blue ink rear -"Passed by Intelligence Section Office, Chief of Staff". Written in ink rear -" 355th Battalion Q.M.C., Camp Custer, Mich. T.F. Mock Sept. 29, 1918". Unclear whether this is in Mock's handwriting. Theodore F. Mock was listed as the Camp Custer Photographer in David V. Tinder's "Directory of Early Michigan Photographers" published by Clements Library, 2013. Camp Custer, at Battle Creek, Michigan, had over 100,000 US Army troops pass through its doors between 1917-1919. Sept. 29th, 1918 was the day in 1918, after a 56-hour-long bombardment, Allied forces breached the so-called Hindenburg Line, the last line of German defenses on the Western Front during World War I. SCARCE photograph of Negro troops during World War I, with many interesting poses by the soldiers (including a pair in boxing pose !) making this a unique piece of African-Americana and U.S. Military history !. First Printing. Photograph. Near Fine.

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        "Faith in Canada - Use It All for Victory Bonds"

      Unconfirmed [no date]. (Poster) Very good. Original poster. 35.5" X 24". Lithograph. In good to very good condition, untrimmed. Some small tears around edges three at top and two on either side (the longest being 1.5" and the others smaller). Wear and crinkling around edges. C . 1918. World War I poster depicting a treasure chest with silhouettes of soldiers and battle in the background using simple and strong graphics to convince the Canadian public to buy war bonds..

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        AFFAIRE DE LIMITES entre la Colombie et le Venézuéla. Lot de 16 volumes.- Premier mémoire de la Colombie 1918. 87 pages.- Mémoire responsif de la République de Colombie présenté au Haut Conseil Fédéral Suisse le 16 mai 1919. 195 pages.- Réplique de la République de Colombie présentée au Haut Conseil fédéral Suisse le 30 juin 1920. 363 pages.- Renseignements complémentaires présentés par la République de Colombie au Haut Conseil Fédéral Suisse le 30 avril 1921. 204 pages, 3 cartes dépl.- Extrait-traduction des annales diplomatiques et consulaires de la Colombie. Premier volume, année 1900. 269 pages.- Extrait-traduction. I. des Annales diplomatiques et consulaires de la Colombie. Second volume, années 1901. II. du Rapport adressé au Congrès

      Attinger 1918-1922, Neuchâtel, - Bon état. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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