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        Zentralblatt für Waggonbau-, Schiffbau-, Transportmittel-Industrie. Verbreitet in Mitteleuropa. 5. Jahrgang 1922 mit 52 Nummern.

      Mit je Heft ca. 12 - 16 Seiten = gesamt ca. 720 Seiten sowie ca. 200 n.n. Werbeseiten. Mit einigen Illustrationen und Abbildungen, die Werbeseiten mit zahlreichen Illustrationen. Privater Halbleinenband der Zeit, 4 ( 30,5 x 23 cm ). Einband stärker berieben, stärker fleckig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Innen Papier durchgehend etwas gebräunt, Seiten durchgehend am linken Außenrand gelocht ( Ohne Text- oder Bildverlust ), einige Seiten etwas fleckig bzw. stockfleckig. Insgesamt unfrisch.( Gewicht 2200 Gramm ) ( Die Zeitschrift erschien von 1918 - 1936 und ist im Handel so gut wie unauffindbar und ist auch in Bibliotheken selten ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Zentralblatt für Waggonbau-, Schiffbau-, Transportmittel-Industrie. Verbreitet in Mitteleuropa. 8. Jahrgang 1925 mit 52 Nummern.

      Je Heft mit ca. 12 - 16 Seiten ( = gesamt ca. 750 Seiten ) mit einigen Illustrationen und zahlreichen teils illustrierten Werbeanzeigen, teils auf weiteren eingebundenen Blättern.. Ohln, 4 (30,5 x 23 cm ). Einband stärker berieben und fleckig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Innen Papier zeitbedingt gebräunt, Vorsätze stockfleckig, einige Seiten etwas fleckig oder stockfleckig, ( Die Zeitschrift erschien von 1918 - 1936 und ist im Handel so gut wie unauffindbar und ist auch in Bibliotheken selten ). ( Gewicht 2600 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Zentralblatt für Waggonbau-, Schiffbau-, Transportmittel-Industrie. Verbreitet in Mitteleuropa. 9. Jahrgang 1926, Heft 1-52 vollständig.

      Mit je Heft ca. 14 Seiten ( gesamt ca. 720 Seiten ) sowie weiteren n.n. Werbeseiten. Mit einigen Illustrationen im Text, die Werbeanzeigen teils reich illustriert. Privater Halbleinenband der Zeit in Ringbuchmanier, 4 (30,5 x 23 cm ). Einband stärker berieben und fleckig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Innen Papier zeitbedingt gebräunt, Vorsätze stockfleckig, einige Seiten etwas fleckig oder stockfleckig, insgesamt etwas unfrisch. Die Seiten jeweils am linken Außenrand gelocht ( ohne Text- oder Bildverlust ) ( Gewicht 2900 Gramm ) ( Die Zeitschrift erschien von 1918 - 1936 und ist im Handel so gut wie unauffindbar und ist auch in Bibliotheken selten ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Rodauner Nachträge 3 Bände (komplett) Dies Exemplar trägt die Nummer 108

      Amalthea Verlag, 1918. Vorzugsausgabe 114; 186; 79 S. gr. 8 Diese Bände wurden im Auftrag von Dr. Heinrich Studer in der Offizin W. Drugulin, Leipzig im Dezember 1918 gedruckt in einer einmaligen Auflage von 170 numerierten Exemplaren auf Hadernpapier. Ohpgmtbände/marmoriert mit Kopfgoldschnitt; rot- schwarzer Druck, guter Zustand Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        Herr von Pepinster und sein Popanz.

      Mchn, Georg Müller, 1918. Geschichten vom Doppelleben. Mit 14 Abbildungen nach Zeichnungen von Alfred Kubin. 25,5/20,5 cm. 8,270,6 S. OHalbleder mit Lederecken und reicher Rückenvergoldung sowie rotem goldgeprägtem Rückenschildchen. Kopfgoldschnitt. Deckel mit Buntpapierbezug. Leder an den Rückengelenken und den Ecken gering berieben. Vorsatz wie immer leimschattig und vorderer Innedeckel mit leichten Klebespuren eines entfernten Exlibris. Vorzugsausgabe, war bereits 1915 erschienen. Eins von 125 num. Exemplaren in Halbleder (gesamt 200 num. Exemplare). Im Impressum von Kubin und Schmitz signiert! Versand D: 4,90 EUR Literatur 20. Jahrhundert, Illustrierte Bücher, Signierte Bücher, Gespenstergeschichten

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        Deburau

      - Fasquelle, Paris 1918, 19x25cm, relié. - Prima edizione, uno dei 50 esemplari numerati sul Giappone, gli unici documenti principali. Bella copia di tutti i margini. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 50 exemplaires numérotés sur Japon, seuls grands papiers. Bel exemplaire à toutes marges.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Dans les ténèbres.

      Paris, Mercure de France, 1918. - LIVRES Édition originale.1 des 75 ex. sur Hollande.Avec un portrait de l'auteur par sa femme.Belle reliure. 1 vol. in-8° 20 x 15. Rel. en 1/2 chagrin mauve à bandes, page d'antiphonaire en composition sur chacun des plats, couv. et dos cons, non rogné. rel. Seigneur. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SCHARMANN'S OVERLAND JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA. FROM THE PAGES OF A PIONEER'S DIARY

      Privately Printed, 1918]., [New York - First English language edition. Originally published in German in 1905. Privately printed in an edition limited to fifty copies. 16mo. 6 3/8" x 4 1/4" original green cloth, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, 114 pp., frontispiece, preface, illustrated. Kurutz 559b says "Scharmann started his overland odyssey on March 20, 1649, from New York as the president of a German company. By November 1, the company arrived at Lassen's Ranch, where Scharmann encountered Peter Lassen, who imparted little aid to Scharmann's sick wife and infant daughter. Shortly thereafter, both died. The next portion of the book consists of his experiences looking for gold and the difficulties of trying to survive high prices, hard work, illness, and little success. The German narrates a detailed description of Marysville, Sacramento City, Negro Bar, and various mining methods. Having seen enough, Scharmann left the glorified gold region on October 24, 1850, and returned home by ship." Internally bright and clean, minor rubbing to the spine ends and corners, mild vertical crease to front cover, else a near fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA]
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        Joan And Peter ( Association Copy : Signed By The Author )

      The First UK Printing published by Cassell and Co. in 1918. The BOOK is in near Fine condition. Correct first issue blind-stamped green boards with gilt titling to the spine. The latter is slightly dulled. Mild pushing at the spine ends. Light spotting to the prelims and text block. The usual mild offsetting to the end papers. The pages remain clean and fresh. Free from erasures and inscriptions. The WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good++ or better condition. It is the correct first issue bearing the price of 9/- net to the spine. Moderate toning to the spine and flap edges with some light edge -wear to the spine ends. It remains very attractive in the removable Brodart archival cover. The book has been Inscribed and Signed by the author to the half-title: 'A.T.S, with love from, H G'. The recipient is Arthur Thomas (Tommy) Simmons: "Wells met Simmons at South Kensington in London whilst they were students and they became close friends, taking an active role in the Debating Society and Socialist meetings. The two became regular correspondents with Simmons taking a keen interest in Wells' writings. He was the author of numerous textbooks and was for many years the editor of 'The School world'. The description of Barnstaple's old friend in "Men Like Gods' (chapter 7, section 3) reflects the reaction of H.G. Wells to the death of Simmons." {A H.G. Wells Chronology : J.R. Hammond : Macmillan Press 1999}. Joan and Peter is a satirical portrait of late-Victorian and Edwardian England, a critique of the English educational system on the eve of World War I, a study of the impact of that war on English society, and a general reflection on the purposes of education. Wells regarded it as "one of the most ambitious" of his novels. A wonderful association copy as evidenced by the warmth of the inscription 'with love.'. Scarce with such attributes.

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        Nothing Stops These Men Let Nothing Stop You.

      United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation. Philadelphia. Signed in image 1918. - Color lithograph poster, sheet 39 1/4 x 53 1/2 inches. 3 vertical folds, 1 horizontal fold, crease and archivally mended tear at upper left corner, other light creasing, tiny abraded spots along central fold, one short tear along central horizontal fold mended on verso with linen tape, several short edge tears mended with linen tape, other short edge tears. Image is clean and bright and displays very well. This original World War I poster features a dramatic image of a bayonet advance on the enemy, the United States flag at upper left by Howard Giles (1876-1955). This over-size poster was designed to increase production in U.S. ship building plants. Printed by John H. Eggers Co. Inc., New York. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        GIGGLEQUICKS

      SARG, TONY. (SARG,TONY)illus. THE GIGGLEQUICKS by Miriam Clark Potter. Chicago: Volland (1918). 8vo, pictorial boards, As New IN ORIGINAL BOX (sl. wear to box). 1st edition of this Sunny Book, fancifully illustrated in color by Sarg. Very hard to find in any condition, rare in the box.

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        The Great War. Fourth Year, Paintings by C.R.W. Nevinson.

      With an Introductory essay by J.E. Crawford Flitch. First edition. Colour frontispiece, 23 other plates. 4to, quarter cloth boards, with paper labels. Signed in pencil at the foot of the frontispiece by Nevinson. Additionally inscribed "To my good friend Don Pedro from J.E. Crawford Fllitch Dec 1919. Nevinson joined the army in the autumn of 1914 and went to Flanders as a mechanic and ambulance driver. He was invalided out in 1916 but was to become one of the great war artists, producing some of the most harrowing images of the conflict. Fine. A lovely copy preserved in a specially made slip case.

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        Le feu

      Paris, Gaston Boutitie, 1918 In-4 (32,2cm x 25,7cm) de (4)-339-(4)pp. Tirage à 300 exemplaires dont 30 sur Japon impérial avec double-suite des bois, 70 Vélin de Rives avec suite sur Chine & 200 Rives à la forme. 86 compositions dont 10 eaux-fortes et 76 bois gravés par Renefer. Plein maroquin brun, dos à nerfs, auteur & titre frappés à froid, coiffes guillochées et coupes filetées à froid, contre-plats bordés de même maroquin avec double-encadrement à froid et un encadrement serti de maroquin rouge, titre mosaïqué en maroquin rouge au centre du premier plat, gardes de soie, tranches dorées, couverture et dos conservés. Sous étui. (H. Blanchetière) Un des 70 exemplaires sur Vélin de Rives avec la suite sur chine; celui-ci N°50. Très bel exemplaire, étui et reliure en très bel état malgré le dos à peine décoloré; intérieur frais.

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        Baracken - Holzbauten. Gottfried Hagen, Hamburg 13, Tel.: Gruppe VI 2176 - Zweigbüro Berlin, Zimmerstrasse 77, Tel.- Amt: Zentrum 6008.( Innentitel: Das Holzwohnhaus )

      Baensch Magdeburg 1918 12 Seiten mit 7 montierten schwarz-weißen Illustrationen, OKarton mit montiertem Deckelbild. Auf Büttenpapier gedruckt, 4° ( 30,5 x 23 cm ). Die Abbildungen zeigen jeweils in oder um Magdeburg ausgeführte Holzbauten. Programmatische Firmenschrift. Einband gering fleckig, etwas lichtrandig, Ecken gering angeknickt, innen etwas fleckig oder stockfleckig. - äußerst selten - ( Gewicht 150 Gramm ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versand D: 5,00 EUR Hagen, Gottfried Hagen, Holzbau, Holzwohnbau, Holzhaus, Baracken, Holzbauten, Holzwohnhaus, Google, Magdeburg

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        Vantine's - The Oriental Store, 1918 Catalog (Catalogue)

      A.A. Vantine & Co., Inc., 1918, Paperback, Book Condition: Good, First Edition. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall, Exquisite vintage 1918 catalog for Vantine's, a "veritable Mecca of objects of art and utility, centrally located on Fifth Avenue... The recognized headquarters in this country for the best that the Orient produces." - from back cover. 24 pages. Printed upon glossy stock. Presents women's hats, blouses, nightgowns, kimonos, robes, hosiery, slippers, purses, handbags, jewelry, toiletries, silks, men's ties and shirts, and knitting tools. Blank order form laid-in. Color illustration and photos on covers. Extensively illustrated, including several black and white photos. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A well-preserved copy, Catalogue / Catalog

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        Paysages Suisses. Les Lacs. Avec une suite de douze lithographies originales en couleurs de H. Bing.

      Genève, chez Georg 1918, 440x320mm,32pages,en feuilles sous cartonnage demi-toile de l'éditeur.Tirage à 130 exemplaires, ex. sur papier Ingres d'Arches (60/100) avec la série des 12 planches tirées sur papier Japon Impérial et signées par l'artiste.

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        BOLSHEVIK CIVIL WAR PROPAGANDA FOR CHILDREN] Skaz dyadyushki Pakhoma o tom, kak bednota pomogla Moskve [i.e. Tale by Uncle Pakhom how Poor Folk Helped Moscow]

      Izd. Krestianskogo otd. VTSIK, Moscow 1918 - 16 pp. 23,5x15 cm. In original illustrated wrappers. Small tears of the covers and spine, last page separated, Soviet bookshop's stamps, general wear. Otherwise good copy. Extremely rare. Agitation to send food to Moscow for peasants in a form of folk poem. This is a historical evidence of a famine in 1918-1924, future Dekulakization and collectivization. Moscow was dying from food shortage in that period of time. This is also the time of prodrazvyorstka (a Bolshevik policy and campaign of confiscation of grain and other agricultural produce from the peasants for a nominal fixed price according to specified quotas). Due to the low intake of bread on the state procurement the Provisional Government introduced a 'grain monopoly' - the transfer of the entire volume of produced bread minus the established norms of consumption for personal and household needs. The 'grain monopoly' was confirmed by the Council of People's Commissars decree authority from 9 May 1918. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Ölgemälde " Hühner, Pfauen und Fasan an der Wasserstelle "

      Schönes, kleines, detailreiches, farbenprächtiges Ölgemälde des 1918 geborenen Malers. Bildmaße ( Höhe x Breite ): 29 x 39 cm. Leinwand auf Keilrahmen, gerahmt ( Rahmenmaße: 32,5 x 43 cm ) Rechts unten signiert " H.Breedveld ". Gezeigt wird eine Vogelmenage an einem Wasserbrunnen. Mit einem Hahn, 3 Hühnern, 6 Küken, 2 Pfauen, 1 Fasan. Offenbar in jüngerer Zeit etwas knapp neu gerahmt. Äußere Bildränder mit kleinen Farbabplatzungen vom alten Rahmen - das schöne, stimmungsvolle Ölgemälde müsste wohl neu eingerahmt werden. ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).

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        Physical Beauty: How to Keep Fit

      New York: George H. Doran, 1918. First Edition. hardcover. near fine/near fine. 35 photographic illustrations. 8vo, handsomely rebound in 1/2 blue morocco, marbled boardsNew York: George H. Doran, (1918). First Edition. Very good.

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        Les blés mouvants, bois de Georges Le Meilleur, pour la Société Les cent Bibliophiles, Paris, 1918.

      1 vol. in-4° br. sous chemise cartonnée et emboîtage. Tirage limité à 120 exemplaires sur Japon. Ex. nominatif. Bel état mais dos recollé.

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        The Magnificent Ambersons.

      Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1918 - Octavo. Original brown-red cloth, titles to front board and spine in black. With the pictorial dust jacket. Housed in a dark blue quarter morocco solander box made by the Chelsea Bindery. Ownership inscription on front free endpaper, Sadie H. Miles, Christmas 1918; Connecticut booksellers' ticket to foot of rear pastedown. A fine copy in the very good jacket with light spotting, a couple of closed tears at folds, some minute chipping along the edges and a small hole in the spine panel just touching the first letter of "Illustrated". Illustrated by Arthur William Brown. First edition, first printing, with the dust jacket in second state, repriced $1.50 on the spine with the first price of $1.40 blocked out but still visible. Tarkington's novel won the Pulitzer Prize, and later formed the basis for Orson Welles's ill-fated second film, released in 1942 after heavy editing by the RKO studio. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        My Antonia. With Illustrations by W. T. Benda.

      8vo. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1918. 8vo, xiii, [xiv], 3-418, [419]pp. With 8 plates on coated paper. Original brown cloth lettered in orange. Front hinge with minimal cracking, a fine copy in a brown quarter morocco slipcase, bookplate of Joseph Fisher Loewi. First Edition, first printing (with the date 1918 on the front of the title leaf and “Published October 1918 on the verso), first state (with the illustrations on coated paper, rather than on text paper). Cather’s second novel about frontier life in Nebraska, following “O Pioneers!” (1913). Crane A9a.1. Note: “Crane quotes a letter WC wrote to explain the lack of a page 1-2. When she sent her Introduction to the publisher, she stipulated, then, that the text must begin immediately after the Introduction -- in other words, no divisional half-title (such as "Book I: The Shimerdas"). The publisher had already allowed for such a leaf, so that divisional half-title was removed to accommodate her request. I don't think your leaf with pages 3-4 is a cancel per se; it's just that the leaf immediately before it was removed before publication.” (Sumner and Stillman).

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        English Fairy Tales. Retold by Flora Annie Steel. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Includes Goldilocks & the Three Bears, Jack The Giant Killer, Jack & The Beanstalk, The Three Little Pigs, Dick Whittington, Little Red Riding Hood and the Babes in the Wood.

      London: MacMillan and Co. Ltd, 1918.. FIRST Arthur Rackham illustrated edition. With sixteen colour plates, captioned tissues and numerous black and white illustrations within the text. Elegantly hand-bound in half burgundy morocco with gilt titles and gilt decoration to spine, matching cloth sides. A fine copy in an attractive recent binding. Includes Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Jack the Giant Killer, Jack and The Beanstalk, The Three Little Pigs, Dick Whittington, Little Red Riding Hood and the Babes in the Wood.

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        Kleine Bibliothek der russischen Korrespondenz 6 Bde. Nr. 1 - 92. [bis auf die Nr. 93-97 vollständig]

      Nr.1 A. Schlapnikow, Die russischen Gewerkschaften Nr.2 Karl Radek, Programm des sozialistischen Wirtschaftsaufbaus Nr. 3/4 Die Beschlüsse des IX. Kongresses der KI Nr.5 L. Trotzki, Sowjetrussland und das bürgerliche Polen N.A. Gredeskul, Befreite Arbeit zum Problem der Arbeitsdisziplin Nr.7 - 10 A. Losowski, Die Gewerkschaften in Sowjetrussland Nr.11 Churchill als Verschwörer Golowins Memorandum an Sasanow Nr.12 A. Bogdanow, Was ist proletarische Dichtung Nr.13/14 N. Lenin, Erfolge und Schwierigkeiten der Sowjetmacht Nr.15/16 L. Trotzki, Die Arbeiterklasse und ihre Sowjetpolitik Nr.17 Die Tätigkeit des allrussischen Metallarbeiterverbandes Nr.18 Die Probleme der Sowjet-Ukraine Nr.19-21 N. Bucharin, Der Klassenkampf und die Revolution in Russland Nr.22 Die Verfassung der RSFSR Nr.23/24 Drei Kundgebungen aus dem Jahre 1918 Nr.25 Lenin, An die russische Jugend Nr.26 W. Posner, Die Einheits-Arbeits-Schule Nr.27/28 A. Anikst, Organisation des Arbeitsmarktes in den ersten zwei Jahren der Sowjetherrschaft Nr.29/30 Ch. Rakowski, Die Seele des Sieges / G. Sinowjew, Die Sowjetmacht und der Offiziersstand Nr.31/32 K. Radek Das dritte Jahr des Kampfes der Sowjetrepublik gegen das Weltkapital Nr.33 K. Radek, An der Schwelle der großen Aufbauarbeit in Sowjetrussland Nr.34/35 N. Lenin, Die auswärtige und innere Politik Sowjetrusslands Nr.36/37 J. Stepanow, Über ausländische Konzessionen Nr.38 N. Lenin, Die gegenwärtige Lage SowjetrusslandsNr.39/40 K. Radek, Die innere und äußere Lage Sowjetrusslands und die Aufgaben der KPR Nr.41/42 N. Lenin, Das Verhältnis der Arbeiterklasse zum Bauerntum Nr.43 L. Kamenew, Die Sowjetrepublik in der kapitalistischen Umzingelung Nr.44/45 A. Rykow, Resultate der aufbauenden Tätigkeit der Sowjetregierung Nr.45 Karl Radek, Der X. Kongress der KPR Nr.47/48 N. Lenin, Über die Naturalsteuer Nr.49/50 A. Bubnow, Die Hauptmomente in der Entwicklung der KPR Nr.51 M. Tuchatschewsky, Die Rote Armee und die Miliz Nr.52 A. Winokurow, Die soziale Fürsorge in Sowjet-Russland Nr.53/54 Mich. Pawlowitsch, Die ökonomische Entwicklung und die Agrarfrage in Persien im 20. Jahrhundert Nr.55 N.L. Meschtscherjakow, Das menschewistische Georgien Nr.56/57 N. Lenin , Die Politik der KPR Nr.58/59 A. Chrjaschtschjew , Zur Charakteristik der russischen Bauernwirtschaft in der Kriegs- und Revolutionszeit Nr.60/61 A.M. Kollontay, Die Arbeiterin und Bäuerin in Sowjet-Russland Nr.62/63 E. Varga, Sozialismus und Kapitalismus in Sowjet-Russland Nr.64/65 G. Sinowjew, Von der bürgerlichen bis zur proletarischen Revolution Nr.66/67 A. Andrejew, Die russischen Gewerkschaften in den vier Jahren der proletarischen Revolution Nr.68-70 G. Ssemjonow, Die Partei der Sozialrevolutionäre in den Jahren 1917 ? 1918 Nr.71-73 An den Pranger. Zum Prozess gegen die Sozialrevolutionäre Nr.74 L. Sosnowski, Das Werk Bogatyr Nr.75/76 K. Radek, Nach Genua und Haag Nr.77-79 G. Sinowjew, Über die anti-sowjetistischen Parteien und Strömungen Nr.80-81 P. Stutschka, Das Problem des Klassenrechts und der Klassenjustiz Nr.82-83 N. Bucharin, Proletarische Revolution und Kultur / Valentin Tomarin, Die Wüste Nr.84-88 W. Antonow-Owsejenko, Der Aufbau der Roten Armee in der Revolution Nr.89-92 I.P. Trainin, Der Verband der sozialistischen Sowjetrepubliken W. Iwanow , Partisanen R. Conolly, Der Kampf in Irland. - Seltene, privat eingebundene Sammlung, die bis auf die Nr.93-97 Gusev-Orenburgski, Die Lehren des Bürgerkrieges alle erschienenen Texte dieser Reihe enthält. - Guter Zustand.

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        English Fairy Tales. Retold by Flora Annie Steel. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Includes Goldilocks & the Three Bears, Jack The Giant Killer, Jack & The Beanstalk, The Three Little Pigs, Dick Whittington, Little Red Riding Hood and the Babes in the Wood.

      London: MacMillan and Co. Ltd, 1918.. FIRST Arthur Rackham illustrated edition. With sixteen colour plates, captioned tissues and numerous black and white illustrations within the text. Elegantly hand-bound in half burgundy morocco with gilt titles and gilt decoration to spine, matching cloth sides. A fine copy in an attractive recent binding. Includes Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Jack the Giant Killer, Jack and The Beanstalk, The Three Little Pigs, Dick Whittington, Little Red Riding Hood and the Babes in the Wood.

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        L'armée romaine d'Egypte d'Auguste à Dioclétien. Fasc. 1 & 2.

      IFAO, Le Caire 1918 - Extremely rare. Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale 41/1. IFAO, Le Caire, 1918. First edition. Folio, 31+ 586 pages. Blue cloth. Very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        IL SECOLO ILLUSTRATO - Annata 1918.

      1918. (Codice MG/5483) In 4º (34 cm) 880 pp. complessive. Annata completa in 24 fascicoli, ampio spazio alle vicende belliche, con molte grandi illustrazioni, fotografie, cartine, tavole panoramiche ripiegate. Due numeri speciali: N.14 dedicato a Francesco Baracca completo della 2 belle tavole a colori allegate e N. 20 nel primo anniversario di Caporetto, con inserto centrale di 10 pagine a colori illustrate da Gino Baldo. Indice generale in fine, Tutti completi delle belle copertine a colori di grandi illustratori (Dudovich, Bucci, Baldo, ecc.) e in ottimo stato. Euro 480.00 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA

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        Neueste Nachrichten Salzburg. Alpenländisches Morgenblatt mit Handels-Zeitung. - Mit den Tagesschlagzeilen-Anschlägen vom 2. Jg., 25. Mai 1915 bis 31. August 1915, 1. September bis 30. November 1915. 3. Jg., 1. April 1916 bis 31. Dezember 1916. 4. Jg., 1. Februar 1917 bis 31. Mai 1917, 1. Juni 1917 bis 5. November 1917. 6. November 1917 bis 5. Jg., 28. Februar 1918. 5. Jg. 1. März 1918 bis 31. Mai 1918.

      7 Bde. o. Pag. Priv. Hlwd. der Zeit. Vgl. ZDB-650706-2. - Randläsuren, einige Werbemarkenausschnitte, keine fl. V., tlw. etw. fleckig u. stockfleckig, Ebd. m. Gbrsp. - Interessante Zeugnisse der Zeit. Enthält nur die jeweiligen Schlagzeilen-Anschläge.

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        SCHARMANN'S OVERLAND JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA. FROM THE PAGES OF A PIONEER'S DIARY

      [New York: Privately Printed, 1918]., 1918. First edition. First English language edition. Originally published in German in 1905. Privately printed in an edition limited to fifty copies. 16mo. 6 3/8" x 4 1/4" original green cloth, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, 114 pp., frontispiece, preface, illustrated. Kurutz 559b says "Scharmann started his overland odyssey on March 20, 1649, from New York as the president of a German company. By November 1, the company arrived at Lassen's Ranch, where Scharmann encountered Peter Lassen, who imparted little aid to Scharmann's sick wife and infant daughter. Shortly thereafter, both died. The next portion of the book consists of his experiences looking for gold and the difficulties of trying to survive high prices, hard work, illness, and little success. The German narrates a detailed description of Marysville, Sacramento City, Negro Bar, and various mining methods. Having seen enough, Scharmann left the glorified gold region on October 24, 1850, and returned home by ship." Internally bright and clean, minor rubbing to the spine ends and corners, mild vertical crease to front cover, else a near fine copy.

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        Der tolle Invalide auf Fort Ratonneau.

      F. Gurlitt, 1918. 3 Bll., 26 S. Mit 10 (7 ganzs.) 0Lithographien von Lovis Corinth. Mod. Hlwd. mit mont. Or-Titelschild (= Die neuen Bilderbücher, Erste Folge). - Schwarz L 269; Rodenberg 392. - Erste Ausgabe mit diesen Illustrationen. Eins von 125 num. Ex. Druckvermerk von Corinth signiert. - Die Geschichte des "tollen Invaliden" ist aus der Stadtgeschichte von Marseille bekannt. Achim von Arnim hat diesen Vorfall dichterisch verändert, romantisiert und so phantastisch gestaltet, dass viele Künstler diesen Stoff illustriert haben. Die grossformatigen Kreidelithographien Corinths unterstreichen auf ideale Weise die phantastische Motivik des Werks.

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        Himmel und Hölle auf der Landstraße. Mit 42 Original-Holzschnitten des Verfassers, davon 18 gefaltet. [2. Auflage.]

      Behr ohne Jahr [1918], Berlin und Leipzig - VIII, 200 S. Orig.-Halblederband mit Lederecken und Kopfgoldschnitt. Numeriertes Exemplar der Liebhaber-Ausgabe, das im Impressum vom Autor und Künstler eigenhändig signiert wurde. Die expressiven Holzschnitte des Bildhauers und Graphikers Hasemann (1888-1979) zu seinen Schilderungen des Wandermusikantenlebens im Landstreicher-Milieu zeichnet ein "eminent ausdrucksvoller, mit höchst prägnanten Mitteln arbeitender, echt holzschnittmäßiger Stil" aus (Thieme/Becker XVI, 100). Die als solche nicht bezeichnete 2. Auflage erschien in etwas kleinerem Format in breitrandigem Druck auf kräftigem Büttenpapier und mit weniger Tafeln. Ein gut erhaltenes Exemplar der Vorzugsausgabe mit nur leichten Gebrauchsspuren. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        THE BEASTS OF TARZAN

      New York: A. L. Burt, 1918. Early Printing. Hardcover. Very Good Plus/Near Very Good. New York: A. L. Burt, 1918 Early printing (circa 1918) is Zueschner's #45 with st. John frontis and illustrations and copyright page dated 1916 and chapter illustrations by St. John and a dark green cloth cover with black titling bordered in black. P. 336 plus one numbered pages plus 4 pages of publisher's ads.The wrap around dj by St. John is bright, unfaded and complete with a hint of wear at tips and corners and spine panel fade. Jacket front flap lists only Tarzan of the Apes and the Return of Tarzan on the front flap. Rear flap blank.The book has some light page edge tanning noted, else clean, tight and unmarked. Seldom seen so clean. Additional photos on request.. Early Printing. Cloth. Very Good Plus/Near Very Good.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1918 - 1918 Original Paperback Wisden. Very Good Condition

      1918. Hi, This lot is an 1918 Original Paperback Wisden. It is in Excellent Condition The book has a name to the front cover at the top, otherwise it is hard to fault, the spine paper is complete and 100% original, one of the nicest 1918s ive seen. Great photoplate too.

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        The Old Road to Paradise

      New York: Henry Holt. 1918. First. First edition. Scattered foxing in text else fine in slightly spine-toned very near fine dustwrapper. Widdemer won the 1919 Pulitzer Prize for poetry for this title, which she shared with Carl Sandburg in only the second year it was awarded. Also the second Pulitzer won by a woman (Sara Teasdale won the first). Rare in jacket - we've never seen another. .

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        Typed letter signed by J. P. Morgan, Jr. to Secretary of the Treasury William McAdoo seeking funds for a memorial to Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, British Ambassador to the United States

      New York: , June 19, 1918. New York, June 19, 1918. 4to. "Typed letter signed ""J.P. Morgan"", two separate pages, 4to, June 19, 1918, 23 Wall Street, New York, addressed to Secretary of the Treasury William McAdoo, seeking funds for a memorial to Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, British Ambassador to the United States. Morgan writes: ""Those of us who have followed the work done by Sir Cecil Spring-Rice during the time of his Ambassadorship…have been impressed with the debt which this country, as well as his own, owes him for his wise, sane, and tactful conduct of affairs…Sir Cecil's death deprives his family of that pension which he expected to receive. It has been suggested to me by several of his friends that a fund should be raised …for a memorial to him, which should take the form of a trust fund, the income from which should be paid to Lady Spring-Rice during her life, or divided between his two children…the whole matter will be kept entirely confidential…"" The pages held together by a pin; ""Spring-Rice"" written in colored pencil in the right margin of page one. Fine condition.Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice, (February 27, 1859 - February 14, 1918), was a British diplomat who served as Ambassador to the United States from 1912 to 1918. Spring-Rice was the son of Hon. Thomas William Spring Rice, second son of the prominent Whig politician and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Thomas Spring Rice, 1st Baron Monteagle of Brandon. He was educated at Eton and Balliol College, Oxford, and went on to become the British Chargé d'Affaires in Tehran (1900), Commissioner of Public Debt in Cairo (1901) and Chargé d'Affaires in St. Petersburg (1903). He went on to serve in Persia (1906) and Sweden (1908) before his appointment as ambassador to the United States in 1912. He died in Ottawa shortly after his retirement in 1918."

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        PERHAPPSY CHAPS

      HENDERSON, ARTHUR. THOMPSON,RUTH PLUMLY. THE PERHAPPSY CHAPS. Chicag: Volland (1918). 8vo, pictorial boards, a few tiny pinholes on rear outer joints else VG-Fine. 1st ed.of this VOLLAND HAPPY CHILDREN BOOK that ia a fairy-fantasy written in verse. Illustrated by ARTHUR HENDERSON with beautiful pictorial covers, pictorial endpapers plus many lovely full and partial page color illustrations. A wonderful book. Rare.

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        Volksstimme. Sozialdemokratisches Organ für Südwestdeutschland (Frankfurt a. M.), (29. Jg. 1918, Nr. 264 v. 9.11.) Essener Allgemeine Zeitung / Essener Generalanzeiger (43. Jg. 1918, Nr. 311 v. 9.11.- Nr. 362 v.31.12.) Vossische Zeitung Berlin. Königlich privilegirte Berlinsche Zeitung von Staats- und gelehrten Sachen (Nr. 574, Morgen-Ausgabe v. 9.11.1918 - Nr. 667 Abend-Ausgabe v. 31.12. Frankfurter Zeitung und Handelsblatt (63. Jg. 1918, Erstes Morgenblatt, Nr. 311 v. 9.11. - Nr. 333, Erstes Morgenblatt v. 1.12. Würzburger General Anzeiger (XXXVI. Jg. 1918, Nr. 262 v. 11.11. - Nr. 283 v. 5.12 ohne 26.11.1918) Kilinas-Blatt (51. Jg. 1918, Nr. 262 v. 11.11.- Nr. 276 v. 27.11. Fränkischer Kurier (Nürnberger Kurier, Mittelfränkische Zeitung), (Nr. 625 v. 7.12.1918 Berliner Tageblatt und Handels-Zeitung, (47. Jg. 1918 Nr. 598, Abend-Ausgabe v. 22.11 - Nr. 600, Abend-Ausgabe v. 23.11., Nr. 621, Morgen-Ausgabe v. 5.12., Nr. 627 v. 8.12., 632, Morgen-Ausgabe v. 11.12., Nr. 633, Abend

      Unter dem Titel ?Zeitereignisse 1918? in Halbleinen gebundenes Konvolut bestehend aus Titeln (jeweils Vorder- u. Rückseiten) von 205 Ausgaben zeitgenössischer Tageszeitungen (einschließlich einer Ausgabe der Halbwochenzeitschrift ?Der Weltspiegel? und das Wochenblatt ?Die Welt am Montag?) verschiedener (partei-)politischer Provenienz, die den Beginn und Verlauf der Novemberrevolution der ersten beiden Monate sowie die frühen Friedensverhandlungen mit den Alliierten tagesaktuell aufbereiten. Die Blätter erfassen in dichter Abfolge, teilweise in Morgen- und Abendausgaben, den Zeitraum vom 9. November bis 31. Dezember 1918. Außerdem enthält das Konvolut einen illustrierten Sonderdruck der ?Neuen Zeit? (München) unter dem Titel ?Die Revolutionsnacht vor der Residenz?. Exemplare aufgrund von Großformaten z.T. mit Knickfalten und an diesen mitunter lichtrandig und leicht randrissig. Einband berieben. Äußerst interessantes Zeitdokument.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1918 - 1918 Original Hardback Wisden. Very Good Condition. 9/10

      1918. Hi, Here we have a very rare 1918 Original Hardback Wisden, in Very Good Condition. This is a fabulous book, the only downside and this is being very picky is a bookplate has been removed from the front left page. You probably wouldn't notice but I have to point it out. The front board is superb, hardly a mark and bright gilt,the spine cloth is excellent with bright gilt, it really is a top book. Super rear board too. Excellent, original hinges, and very clean inside just an ex owners name to the front right pastedown. If being picky there is a slight bobbling to front board cloth and inside a sort of corrigated iron appearance for a couple of pages. A wisden to own and brag about. Average 1918s are appearing on line at 5k , no need to pay that much.

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        The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse

      London: Frederick Warne and Co.,, 1918. Sextodecimo. Original pale green boards, titles to front cover and spine in dark green, pictorial label to front cover. Frontispiece and 26 colour illustrations by the author. Spine gently rolled and browned, a little fading to board edges, internally bright. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression, with the dropped "N" from London on the imprint.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Old Road to Paradise

      New York: Henry Holt. 1918. First. First edition. Scattered foxing in text else fine in slightly spine-toned very near fine dustwrapper. Widdemer won the 1919 Pulitzer Prize for poetry for this title, which she shared with Carl Sandburg in only the second year it was awarded. Also the second Pulitzer won by a woman (Sara Teasdale won the first). Rare in jacket - we've never seen another. .

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        Fourty seven Fac-simile Drawings by American Artists

      Philadelphia: American Artists' War Emergency Fund, National Arts Club, 1918. A heavy stock folio with fourty-seven 10" x 12" auto-lithographic prints. The introduction on the title page begins "This unique collection of drawings was contributed to the "American Artists' War Emergency Fund" by forty-seven American artists to be disposed of fo, REr the benefit of this fund. The Artists' Emergency Fund is one of the numerous war activities due to the initiative of the National Arts Club of New York, its object being to aid American Artist Soldiers or their dependents who, through causes connected with the war, may require assistance. : It continues to explain the printing process and how the limited edition is made available at five dolls a set. Reverse of title page includes a list of contributors and the name of the work. Some of the artists represented in this set include Hugo Ballin, Cecilia Beaux, Edwin Blashfield, Ernest Blumenshein, George De Forest Brush, Howard Russell Butler, Ercole Cartotto, Frederick S. Church, B.West Clinedinest, Colin Campbell Cooper, E. Irving Couse, Kenyon Cox, Charles C. Curran, Eliott Daingerfield, Paul Dougherty, [Ben Foster - lacking], Daniel Garber, Charles Dana Gibson, Philip Leslie Hale, Childe Hassam, Ernest Ipsen, Francis C. Jones, Hugh Bolton Jones, Arthur I. Keller, Paul King, Ella Conde Lamb, William H. Lippincott, Will H. Low, Clara Mac Chesney, F. Luis Mora, H. Siddons Mowbray, Ivan G. Olinsky, Violet Oakley, Maxfield Parrish, William Macgregor Paxton, Henry W. Parton, Joseph Pennell, Edward H. Potthast, William Ritschel, Henry B. Snell, Gardner Symons, C.Y. Turner, Douglas Volk, Henry O. Walker, Harry W. Watrous, J. Alden Weir and Irving R. Wiles. Also includes facsimile of notes on the work by Joseph Pennell. Complete set. The heavy stock folio with quarter cloth binding has an applied illustration of a woman.

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        La Guerre Colossale et les Petits Santons. 1914 - 1915 - 1916 - 1917.

      Librairie P. Ruat Marseille 1918 In-8 ( 250 X 165 mm ) de 179 pages, broché. 8 illustrations hors-texte de David DELLEPIANE. Edition originale rare. Manques au dos, mors du premier plat fendu. EXEMPLAIRE EXCEPTIONNEL enrichi d'un bel envoi autographe signé d'Elzéard ROUGIER et de 7 DESSINS ORIGINAUX en couleurs signés ou monogrammés de David DELLEPIANE. D'autres photos sur www.cazitel.com

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        Typed letter signed by J. P. Morgan, Jr. to Secretary of the Treasury William McAdoo seeking funds for a memorial to Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, British Ambassador to the United States

      New York, June 19, 1918. 4to. "Typed letter signed ""J.P. Morgan"", two separate pages, 4to, June 19, 1918, 23 Wall Street, New York, addressed to Secretary of the Treasury William McAdoo, seeking funds for a memorial to Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, British Ambassador to the United States. Morgan writes: ""Those of us who have followed the work done by Sir Cecil Spring-Rice during the time of his Ambassadorship…have been impressed with the debt which this country, as well as his own, owes him for his wise, sane, and tactful conduct of affairs…Sir Cecil's death deprives his family of that pension which he expected to receive. It has been suggested to me by several of his friends that a fund should be raised …for a memorial to him, which should take the form of a trust fund, the income from which should be paid to Lady Spring-Rice during her life, or divided between his two children…the whole matter will be kept entirely confidential…"" The pages held together by a pin; ""Spring-Rice"" written in colored pencil in the right margin of page one. Fine condition.Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice, (February 27, 1859 - February 14, 1918), was a British diplomat who served as Ambassador to the United States from 1912 to 1918. Spring-Rice was the son of Hon. Thomas William Spring Rice, second son of the prominent Whig politician and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Thomas Spring Rice, 1st Baron Monteagle of Brandon. He was educated at Eton and Balliol College, Oxford, and went on to become the British Chargé d'Affaires in Tehran (1900), Commissioner of Public Debt in Cairo (1901) and Chargé d'Affaires in St. Petersburg (1903). He went on to serve in Persia (1906) and Sweden (1908) before his appointment as ambassador to the United States in 1912. He died in Ottawa shortly after his retirement in 1918."

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        The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse.

      London: Frederick Warne and Co.,, 1918. Sextodecimo. Original brown boards, titles to front cover and spine in white, pictorial label to front cover. With the glassine dust jacket. Housed in a custom green quarter morocco and cloth solander box. Frontispiece and 26 colour illustrations by the author. A fine copy in the slightly creased jacket with some nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression, with the dropped "N" from London on the imprint. This was the final unified book published in the small Peter Rabbit format.

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