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        South. The Story of Shackleton`s last Expedition 1914-1917.

      London, William Heinemann, 1919. Stor 8vo. XXI + (1) + 368 s. Frontispiece i farger. 87 illustrasjoner. 1 foldet kart. Orig. blått helsjirtingbd. dekorert med "The Endurance" i sølv på fordekkel. Navn på forsatsbl. og bakre forsats.. Et bra eks. Publisher`s blue full cloth decorated with "The Endurance" in silver on front board. Frontispiece in colour. 87 illustrations. 1 folding map. Name on front endpaper and rear pastedown. A good copy

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        SOUTH The story of Shackleton's last expedition 1914-1917

      William Heinemann. London. 1919. FIRST EDITION. 1st impression. Large 8vo. (10.1 x 6.5 inches). Illustrated with colour photo frontis, 5 maps, including one large folding, and 87 mono photographic plates. A very good copy with the page edges browned, as usual with this book. Finely bound in recent full dark blue morocco, the spine with five raised bands, ruled, lettered and decorated with an illustration of the Endurance, all in gilt. Single gilt dot and chain border on boards. Top edge gilt. The large folding map is inserted into a specially made pocket inside the rear board. Original publishers dark blue cloth front board, with silver illustration of the Endurance, and the spine, both lettered in silver, are bound in at the rear. This first impression was printed on poor quality paper and is prone to browning. Overall a very good copy of this classic and fragile book in an attractive leather binding.

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        Twinkle Toes and his Magic Mittens

      Racine. Whitman Publishing Co. 1919. - First Edition. Illustrated with full page plates in colour by F. R. Morgan. Thin 8vo. Pictorial cloth. Decorated endsheets. From the elusive " For All Children from 5 to 10 " series. An exceptionally rare title in the peak of pristine condition. An unmarred, Very Fine bright copy in an extremely rare, Fine and crisp 6 colour printed dustwrapper. Featured Children. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Arab Tribes of the Baghdad Wilayat. July 1918. Issued by the Arab Bureau, Baghdad.

      Calcutta, Superintendent Government Printing, India, 1919. - Folio (212 x 335 mm). (2), 276, IX, (1) pp., final blank, with one folding plate (counted as p. 152). Contemp. half cloth with original printed boards, probably issued thus. Excessively rare manual on the social, political and economic structures of the Arab tribes living in the Baghdad Vilayet (Province) as drawn up in July 1918, only months before the partitioning of the Ottoman Empire ended the old administrative divisions and led to the formation of several new states - indeed, to the creation of the modern Arab world. Arranged alphabetically by the names of the tribes, this handbook - essentially a carefully compiled and redacted British intelligence file printed for the use of British Political Officers and their assistants in a region then undergoing dramatic upheavals - offers surprisingly detailed information on the tribes' origins, loyalties and internal quarrels, the locations of their settlements, strength of their possessions, economic and bargaining power, as well as their kinships, often including genealogical tables. The names of the tribes' leaders are given in full, frequently also in the original Arabic. A typical entry for the Albu Abbas informs us that this tribe, usually found on both banks of the Tigris below Samarra, where their Sheikh dwells, owns 500 houses and commands some 300 armed men. They are said to be cultivators with few horses and have private quarrels with the Albu Nisan. "Saiyid Muhammad al Naqib controls the 'Abdul Rahman and 'Ail as well as the 'Abdullah. Went over to the Turks in November 1917 in return for a bribe, after having been serviceable to us. Saiyid Hamdi has been satisfactory [.]". - Both as a source of otherwise nearly unobtainable population statistics as well as for the political history of a region in which at this time traditional tribal feuds became mingled with international high politics, this compendium must be regarded as invaluable. Considering the limited scope of intended distribution and the sensitive nature of the information contained, it is safe to say that the work never had more than a very limited press-run; indeed; a single other copy is known today in libraries worldwide (University of Zurich, shelfmark F I b 12); the British Library catalogue does not record the work. - Covers rubbed; a few small tears to the folding plate, otherwise very well preserved. No copy in auction records. OCLC 729268761. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed in full to the noted Czech-born Austrian architect Adolf Loos

      1/2 page text to recto with floor plan (by Loos?) in pencil to verso. Small octavo, 215 x 132 mm. Dated Mödling, near Vienna, February 7, 1919. Schoenberg's name and address handstamped in purple ink to upper left corner. In German (with translation). Schoenberg suggests an answer to the "call" of the French writer Henri Barbusse for his pacifist "Clarté" movement. He suggests times that he would be available for a possible meeting: "Dear Herr Loos, in my opinion we should react to Henri BarbusseÂ’s call that was in the papers of February 5. Ideally, the three of us: you, Kraus, and I. Would you like to discuss that with me?..." Creased at folds and overall; hinged at upper edge with archival tape. . Unpublished (except for the incipit on the website of Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna). Adolf Loos (1870-1933) was a famous early modern architect. “Kraus” is probably a reference to the writer and journalist Karl Kraus (1874-1936), a friend of both Loos and Schoenberg. Henri Barbusse (1873-1935) was a French writer, quite famous in his time; he founded the “Clarté” movement in 1919 together with Romain Rolland.

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        Pictorial Album of the First Over There: "Album de la Guerre." Five Hundred [Cleveland Clinic] Photographs, Seventy Drawings, and Thirteen Articles by Members of Base Hospital No. 4, U.S.A. serving with the British Forces on the Somme Front. and Mobile Hospital No. 5, U.S.A. Serving in the Meuse - Argonne Sector. Number 32 of only 50 copies

      Cleveland, Ohio: Scientific Illustrating Studios. Very Good. 1919. Limited Edition. Cloth. 117 pages, numerous photographs & drawings. Limited to one thousand copies of which this is number 926 but further limited to one of only fifty copies (this being # 32) with pencil-signed copy of a Caroline Armington frontispiece etching of "The First American Flag Hoisted by the First AEF Military Contingent." Recounts history of Base Hospital Number 4 & the beginnings of the famous Cleveland Clinic. The copy of William Jackson Brownlow who was the resident artist at the Cleveland Clinic. ; Oblong Folio; Additional images and further information provided upon request. .

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        NITRO [Cover Title] / "From One Good Friend to Another" [Title Page]

      Nitro, WV, (ca. 1919). Very good. Oblong 12mo. Black cloth album with painted titles. 45 leaves containing more than 100 photographs adhesive mounted both recto and verso. Many captioned. Light shelf/edge wear, toning to a few images, lettering of title faded, one or two photos loose. Binding started, but sound. Very good. A small but remarkable photo album from the first year or two of the founding of Nitro, WV. A true "Boom Town," Nitro was built from nothing with a government mandate to produce much-needed gunpowder for AmericaÂ’s WWI mobilization after it became clear America faced a severe production shortage. Congress passed the "Deficiency Appropriations Act" on October 6, 1917, part of which ultimately provided for the construction of Nitro. The name was selected by the Ordnance Department and referred to a chemical (nitro-cellulose) used in production of the gunpowder. Ground was broken in Dec. 1917, but unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), less than a year later the war had ended, and so too had the need for Nitro's extensive production facilities. By the end of 1918, the plant had been declared surplus and by the end of the following year the entire site (including the town) had been transferred to the Charleston Industrial Corporation. The album here offered details this transition from war effort to private enterprise and reveals a close and vibrant community. Images include homes (both interior and exterior), community events (picnics, sales, etc.), construction, transportation, schools, recreation, and the surrounding landscape. Postwar optimism abounds both in the subjects of the photos as well as in the warm, casual tone of the captions. A rare slice of Americana at the dawn of the Jazz Age.

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        My Man Jeeves

      London, George Newnes, Limited, [1919]., 1919. FIRST EDITION, first impression [Butler and Tanner Printers]. Octavo, pp. 251 + 2 ads. Publisher's red cloth, titled and decorated in black to spine. A used copy showing some acceptable wear and soiling, cheap paper toned as usual, bookplate to pastedown, stained to inside gutters. Remains a respectable copy. 'My Man Jeeves' introduced the world to affable, indolent Bertie Wooster and his precise, capable valet, Jeeves. Some of the finest examples of humorous writing found in English literature are woven around the relationship between these two men of very different classes and temperaments. Where Bertie is impetuous and feeble, Jeeves is cool-headed and poised. McIlvaine A22a

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        Descriptive and Historical Album of Old Japanese Prints of the Ukiyo-ye School

      Tokyo, Japan: Yoshizawa Shoten, 1919. This is a bilingual edition with principal text in Japanese and an author's preface in English. Author's preface dated May 1918. Album of Old Japanese Prints of the Ukiyo-ye School, reproduced from the Collection of Ken-Ichi Kawaura. Believe to be from a limited edition of 150 copies. 15.5 x 10.5 inches. Consists of two cord-sewn volumes and a folder. The first volume contains text and six full page reproductions of ukiyo-e prints, five of which are in color. The second and larger volume contains text and approximately 120 pages with single or multiple B&W images of ukiyo-e prints. Original silk-covered boards of gold brocade to the larger volume, purple cords, paper label on front cover. The pages and covers of both volumes are immensely clean, with scarcely a fingering mark to be found. Original patterned cloth folder, with bone [?] toggles. Very moderate wear and slight fading to the folder. A Very Good Plus set of books in a Very Good Plus folder. Scarce in any condition and perhaps the rarest title by John Stewart Happer. From the author's preface: "The collection belonging to Mr. K. Kawaura has long been known to collectors of Nishiki-ye... here one may study prints which are rarely offered for sale. Besides the many fine examples of famous prints, there are many which have never previously come under my observation -- a fact which in a measure attests to their rarity.". First Edition. Japanese Cord-sewn. Very Good Plus. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall.

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        The Mellstock Edition of the Works of Thomas Hardy. [set of writings/novels including Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Jude the Obscure, Far From The Madding Crowd, The Mayor of Casterbridge, The Woodlanders, Return of the Native, Wessex Poems, Under the Greenwood Tree, Desperate Remedies, etc.]

      MacMillan and Co., Limited, London, 1919-20., 1919. THE MELLSTOCK EDITION. 37 vols., 8vo. Limited to 500 copies, SIGNED by the author on the limitation page of volume I. Portrait frontispiece of Hardy, by William Strang, in Volume 1. Bound in publisher's blue cloth with extra gilt to spine and gilt medallions to upper, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Generally a clean, bright set with just light occasional wear and some minor foxing to note; near fine. The paper bears the watermark of Hardy's initials, title pages and colophons printed in black and red. An attractive example of the definitive set of Hardy's works.

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        Sammlung von 4 Portraitphotographien (Vintage), davon 3 signiert bzw. gewidmet an seinen Drucker Georg Jahoda, und 10 Werken mit eigenh. Widmung, Datum und U. an Johanna Jahoda, Tochter des Georg Jahoda.

      Wien, 1919-1935.. Portraits: Maße 181 x 111 mm; 191 x 152 mm; 155 x 212 mm; 206 x 159 mm. Originale Schwarzweiß-Albuminabzüge. - Bücher: zus. 9 Werke in 18 Bdn., zumeist in Erstausgaben. Original-Leinen- bzw. Pappbde. 8vo.. Drei der schönen, großformatigen Portraits aus dem Studio Charlotte Joel-Heinzelmann, Berlin (entstanden 1921-1925): die berühmte Aufnahme mit Buch und Zigarre auf dem Untersatzkarton (mit Blindstempel des Ateliers) signiert "Karl Kraus"; zwei seltenere Abzüge (etwas gebleicht, eine auf dem Untersatzkarton von der Photographin in Bleistift signiert "Ch. Joel") gewidmet "für Georg Jahoda / Karl Kraus / April 25" bzw. (in der Aufnahme, diese mit kl. Randeinriss) "für Georg Jahoda / Sept. 23 / Karl Kraus". Das vierte Portrait, eine wohl Ende der 1920er Jahre entstandene Aufnahme Albert Hilschers (1892-1964) und von Kraus auch als Passfoto verwendet, ist unsigniert (verso Montagespuren). - Die Bücher sämtlich mit Kraus' eigenh. Widmung "für Johanna Jahoda", "für Frau Johanna König-Jahoda" bzw. "für Hansi König-Jahoda". Enthält im einzelnen: Epigramme (Wien/Leipzig 1927): "Wien, im Okt. 27". Die Unüberwindlichen (Wien/Leipzig 1928): "Wien, im Mai 1928". Literatur und Lüge (Wien/Leipzig 1929): "Wien, im Februar 1929". Worte in Versen (9 Bde., Wien/Leipzig 1919-1930): "Wien, im Okt. 1930" (in Bd. 9). Die Chinesische Mauer (im Druck gewidmet dem Andenken an Georg Jahoda, Wien/Leipzig 1930): "Wien, im März 1930". Zeitstrophen (Wien/Leipzig 1931): "Wien, im April 31". Peter Altenberg, Auswahl aus seinen Büchern (hg.) von K. K. (Wien 1932): "Wien, Weihnachten 31". Shakespeares Sonette (Wien/Leipzig 1933): "Wien, 1. März 1933". Shakespeares Dramen Bd. 1 (Wien 1934) :"Wien, im Mai 1934". Bd. 2: "Wien, 6. Dez. 1935". Durchgehend etwas berieben bzw. an Gelenken und Rücken lädiert. Bis auf die Bde. 1-3 und 5 der "Worte in Versen" sämtlich in Erstausgaben. - Johanna ("Hansi") Jahoda war die Tochter des Georg Jahoda (1863-1926), dessen Druckerei Jahoda & Siegel die "Fackel" und die meisten von Kraus' sonstigen Werken auf Papier brachte. Jahoda zählte zu den Wenigen, die Kraus' Handschrift flüssig zu lesen verstanden, und ertrug mit Gleichmut Kraus' leidenschaftliche Fahnenkorrekturen und Satzfehlerjagden, wofür ihn der Autor zum "Mitschöpfer" seines Werks ernannte. Zu Jahodas Tod ließ Kraus ein Gedicht zu seinem Andenken erscheinen; der Verlag wurde vom Sohn Martin Jahoda bis nach dem Tode Kraus' weitergeführt. Während der Blütezeit der Beziehung zwischen Kraus und Jahoda arbeitete Johanna selbst in der Werkstatt mit. Die Sammlung direkt erworben von der Nichte der Johanna Jahoda. - WG² 40, 46, 48, 18 (Bde. 4, 6-9), 51, 54, 56, 58, 59.

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        The Works

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited,, 1919-20. [Including Far from the Madding Crowd; The Mayor of Casterbridge; Jude the Obscure; Tess of the D'Urbervilles; The Trumpet-Major; Two on a Tower; The Well-Beloved.] 37 volumes, octavo. Recent dark blue morocco, spines gilt in compartments, marbled endpapers, single line rules to boards and top edges gilt, others untrimmed. With etched frontispiece portrait by William Strang in Volume I; 'Map of the Wessex of the Novels and Poems' in Volume II. An excellent set with some occasional light foxing. The Mellstock Edition, a deluxe edition limited to 500 copies signed by the author on a preliminary leaf in Volume 1. Initially discussed as early as July 1914, the start of World War I halted production and the actual publication did not begin until December 1919. The edition name is a reference to the mythical "Mellstock" of Hardy's fiction, a combination of the tiny Dorset hamlet Stinsford with the Higher and Lower Bockhamptons. At Stinsford his grandfather was a founder of the church "quire," the group of musicians who played for services; the churchyard contains the remains of both Hardy's wives, Emma Gifford Hardy and Florence Dugdale Hardy, as well as Hardy's heart, the rest of his body having been interred in the Poets' Corner at Westminster Abbey. A very handsomely bound set. Exterior dimensions of complete set: 1,315 x 235 x 163 mm.

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        Familie". Vater, Mutter und Kind.

      1919 1919 - Holzschnitt, 1919, signiert, betitelt und mit „Handdruck" bezeichnet. Darstellungsgröße 29,7:23,4 cm, Blattgröße 35,7:30 cm. Nr. 8 von 20 Exemplaren. - Mit Deckweiß nochmals signiert sowie nummeriert. Tadelloses Exemplar auf Japan.

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        OUTWITTED

      London: John Long. [1919]. First edition, first printing. Original green cloth with black titles to the front and spine. With the dated ownership signature of legendary Australian opera soprano Nellie Melba to the front pastedown. A very good copy with neat professional repairs to the spine tips. The contents are complete and clean with a bookplate to the middle of the front pastedown. Rare. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Kunstgewerbliche Schmuckformen fur die Flache Monatshefte fur die Verzierende Kunst

      New York.: Gotham Book Mart.. No date. Ca. 1919.. 30 color (stencil) plates tipped onto black sheets with small label with plate number in the upper right margin, 13 x 9 1/2 inches, decorative papercovered boards. Considerable wear to covers, some flaking to page edges, images in fine condition. A stunning display of "Decorative Designs for Artisans and Craftsmen," one of a series, periodically issued. .

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        French Ways and Their Meanings

      , 1919 1919. WHARTON, Edith. French Ways and Their Meanings. 149 pp. 8vo., bound in original green pictorial cloth, in rare publisher's pictorial paper box. Laid in green half-morocco protective case. New York and London: D. Appleton, 1919.|~| |~||~||~||~||~||~||~| First Edition, First Issue, of this collection of essays, written from a Francophile's perspective during WWI, which includes Wharton's very perceptive "The New Frenchwoman." A beautiful copy in the original illustrated box which is so rare that it was only known to Wharton's bibliographer through publisher's records; the box itself remained "unlocated." A dust-wrapper was not issued with book until the 1927 edition. This is one of only four books by Wharton that concerned WWI, the others being Fighting France (1915), The Marne (1918), and A Son at the Front (1923). Box with minor wear to corners, one side panel repaired; overall an outstanding copy. Garrison A28.1a.

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        The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke

      London: Philip Lee Warner for the Medici Society 1919. x, 156 pp. Reprinted in the Riccardi Press fount by C. T. Jacobi at the Chiswick Press. Number 760 of 1000 copies on handmade Riccardi paper. Some toning to the extremities, and also to p 52/53 where another piece of paper has at some point been left in the book. . Near Fine. Full Morocco. Limited Numbered Edition. 1919. 8vo..

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        "Kressbronn am Bodensee". Blick vom See auf den Ort, links Steg, rechts Bootshaus eines Hotels.

      . Aquarell von Vinzenz Marschall, sign. und dat. 1919, 29,5 x 47 cm.. Vinzenz Marschall und sein älterer Bruder Josef schufen die originalen Vorlagen für die Farbpostkarten des Verlages Karl Alber. - Voll ausgeführtes Aquarell in kräftigen Farben und auf festem Aquarellkarton.

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        Blick über eine Blumenwiese auf den Ort, rechts der Bodensee, im Hintergrund der Säntis.

      . Aquarell von Vinzenz Marschall, sign. und dat. 1919, 29,5 x 47 cm.. Vinzenz Marschall und sein älterer Bruder Josef schufen die originalen Vorlagen für die Farbpostkarten des Verlages Karl Alber. - Voll ausgeführtes Aquarell in kräftigen Farben und auf festem Aquarellkarton. Dabei: Die originale Künstlerpostkarte.

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        Ferdinand Hodler.,

      Zürich, Rascher & Cie. 1919-1920. - 2°. (45 x 36, 5 cm.). 275 (v. 276) Taf. in Lichtdruck u. XX (v. XXVIII?) farb. lithogr. Taf. OKart.-Mappen. Lieferungs.-Mappen (Num. 1-16). Rücken meist rissig. Staubfleckig. Ohne Umschlag-Mappe Nr. 15. EA Ausgabe "A" Nr. V. - Enthält 117 Tafeln mit 141 Abb. nach Zeichnungen, 159 Reproduktionen nach Gemälden und Plastiken (2) in Lichtdruck u. 28 Faksimile nach Gemälden in Farblithographie. - In unserem Exemplar fehlt Tafel Nr. 13 ("Sumpflandschaft"). - Beigaben: Ders. Ferdinand Hodler. Beiträge zur Erkenntnis seiner Persönlichkeit und seines Schaffens. Vorzugsausgabe "A" Nr. V. Ebda. 1918. 2°. VIII, 9 S., 2 farblithogr. Taf., 2 schw.-w. Taf. in Lichtdruck sowie 10 mont. schw.-w. Taf. OKart. Mappe. Mappe staubfleckig, gelöst u. randrissig. - Dazu: Ders. (Hrsg.). Vierundzwanzig Handzeichnungen Ferdinand Hodlers mit begleitendem Text. Ebda. 1919. 2°. 2 Bll., 5 (1) S., 1 Bl., 24 Taf. in Lichtdruck. OKart.-Mappe. Mappe stark randrissig, unt. Flügel fehlt. Kl. Fleck a. d. Titelbl. - Keine portofreie Lieferung möglich! Gewicht in Gramm: 15000 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Ferdinand Hodler.

      Zürich, Rascher & Cie. 1919-1920.. 2°. (45 x 36, 5 cm.). 275 (v. 276) Taf. in Lichtdruck u. XX (v. XXVIII?) farb. lithogr. Taf. OKart.-Mappen. Lieferungs.-Mappen (Num. 1-16). Rücken meist rissig. Staubfleckig. Ohne Umschlag-Mappe Nr. 15. EA. Ausgabe "A" Nr. V. - Enthält 117 Tafeln mit 141 Abb. nach Zeichnungen, 159 Reproduktionen nach Gemälden und Plastiken (2) in Lichtdruck u. 28 Faksimile nach Gemälden in Farblithographie. - In unserem Exemplar fehlt Tafel Nr. 13 ("Sumpflandschaft"). - Beigaben: Ders. Ferdinand Hodler. Beiträge zur Erkenntnis seiner Persönlichkeit und seines Schaffens. Vorzugsausgabe "A" Nr. V. Ebda. 1918. 2°. VIII, 9 S., 2 farblithogr. Taf., 2 schw.-w. Taf. in Lichtdruck sowie 10 mont. schw.-w. Taf. OKart. Mappe. Mappe staubfleckig, gelöst u. randrissig. - Dazu: Ders. (Hrsg.). Vierundzwanzig Handzeichnungen Ferdinand Hodlers mit begleitendem Text. Ebda. 1919. 2°. 2 Bll., 5 (1) S., 1 Bl., 24 Taf. in Lichtdruck. OKart.-Mappe. Mappe stark randrissig, unt. Flügel fehlt. Kl. Fleck a. d. Titelbl. - Keine portofreie Lieferung möglich!

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        Morgenländische Sagen und Geschichten., Aus dem Nachlaß. Nach der Handschrift hrsg. von Leopold Hirschberg.

      Berlin, Goldschmidt-Gabrielli, 1919 - 4 Bll., 96 S., 4 Bll. 4 signierte Original-Radierungen von Lovis Corinth. Nr. 8 von 25 (Gesamtauflage 220) Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe mit den von Lovis Corinth signierten Radierungen von den noch unverstählten Platten. - Schwarz 359 I - IV. Lang 28 (sowie Abb. S. 113). - Breitrandiger Pressendruck bei Drugulin auf unbeschnittenem chamoisfarbenen Bütten. Der von M. Lühr gearbeitete Einband in Fünf-Farben-Druck ist "auf das genaueste der Zeichnung zum Original-Manuskript des Arabischen Hohen Liedes der Liebe (Ibnol Fáhridh`s Táijet) nachgebildet" (Druckvermerk). - Enthält folgende 4 signierte Original-Radierungen von Lovis Corinth in besonders gratigem Druck von den unverstählten Platten: "Die Dschinnen von Nesibin", "Die Katze des Propheten" (hier: "Die Katze des Profeten"), "Adhba die Kamelin" und "Die Erbauung von Kairawan" und das "Subscribenten-Verzeichniss". - Unbeschnitten, kaum gebräunt. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 500 Gr.-8°. OPp. aus der Buchbinderwerkstatt von Maria Lühr mit mehrfarbigen Deckelillustration (etw. gebräunt, leicht fleckig und bestoßen). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Anna Blume. Dichtungen.

      Hannover, Stegemann, 1919.. 37 S., 1 Bl. (Anzeigen). 8°. OKart. (gebräunt, kl. Papierdurchbrüche im Bereich der Heftklammern).. (= Die Silbergäule. Bd. 39/40). - Erste Ausgabe. - W.-G. 1. Raabe 273.1. - S. 25/26 mit Randeinriss (ohne Textberührung und ohne Verlust). Papierbedingt stärker gebräunt.

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        With the 'Aurora' in the Antarctic 1911-1914

      London Andrew Melrose Ltd 1919. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover lightly rubbed. Spine faded. Ex.-lib. Cruising Association First Edition Blue/gilt hardback cloth cover 250mm x 170mm (10" x 7"). 183pp. Maps and plates.

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        Bulletin Of The American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem No.1 December 1919-29

      Yale University Press, 1919, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No JacketThe boards are rubbed and marked.Taped.Minor markings.Tightly bound.Good copy.[R.K] Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: pt65.

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        Mapa de la Governaciones de Formosa y Chaco por Enrique H. Faure (Ingeniero Civil—Ex-Gefe de la Comision de Estudios y de la Construccion del Ferrocarril de Formosa y Embarcación) y Mariano Alcantaro (Cartografo)

      Buenos Aires.: E.H. Faure y M. Alcantara.. 1919.. Very large color map approximately 39 x 55 1/2 inches, dissected into thirty-six panels and mounted on linen, folding as issued to 9 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches. "Coordinates of Cordoba Observatory" written in pencil in cartouche, small stain affecting linen backing at one fold intersection. Overall very good condition. Map of the Provinces of Formosa and Chaco by Enrique H. Faure (Civil Engineer-Ex-Chief of the Commission for the Study and Construction of the Railroad between Formosa and Embarcación) and Marian Alcantaro (Cartographer). Lithographed by J. Pueser Buenos Aires, Argentina 1919. The focus of the map (dated 1919) is the contentious rail line between Formosa and Embarcación, Argentina, which gained world fame as the rail line having the longest roadway constructed in a straight line. The map shows in great detail parcels of land with names of owners etc. There are several inset maps and tables including: Villa Formosa; Esquema de la Red Ferroviaria (Railway Network Scheme); Resistencia y Barranqueras. 1489 and two signatures stamped on one panel of the verso of the map. A most unusual map in excellent condition. .

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        " Vision ",

      1919.. Bildgrösse : 27,8 cm x 15,9cm Radierung (Kaltnadel) und Aquatinta, lose, ohne Passepartout. Schönes, sauberes Platt. Verso am oberen Rand Montierungsreste.. Eine nackte Frau, mit Kaltnadel Strichen umrissen, steht auf Ihrem Gewand ; im Hintergrund Pappeln. Seltenes Blatt aus dem Spätwerk ! Beyer, 387.

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        The Texas and Oklahoma Official Railway & Hotel Guide Map, WITH THE RARE BOOKLET

      St. Louis, MO: The Texas Railway Guide Company, 1919. GOOD. Published by The Texas Railway Guide Company of St. Louis, Missouri, the map measures 23" x 23" (570 x 570 mm). Staining and tears along the folds, else near very good. Professionally matted and framed. WITH THE RARE BOOKLET: 8vo. 136 pp. Original self-wrappers (chipped, lower cover chipped with significant loss; textblock browned and brittle, but SUITABLE FOR EXHIBITION AND STUDY. Very scarce railroad map of Texas, which also includes parts of Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, and Mexico. Delineated are counties, major cities, and also small cities that held a prominent place along certain railroads. The scale of the map is approximately 10 miles to 1/4 in. * OUR COPY CONTAINS THE RARE BOOKLET, the full title of which is: "Texas and Oklahoma railway and hotel official guide: containing the official time tables of all railway lines operating in Texas and Oklahoma, also useful and valuable information for the traveling public, for shippers and for railway men generally." This excellent guide is of further interest in the abundance of woodcut illustrations of actual hotels, many (most?) of which have been destroyed.

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        Kew Gardens

      Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1919.. Second edition, one of 500 copies, 8vo, 13, (1) pp. Two woodcut illustrations by Vanessa Bell, light foxing to the title page and the final blank. Original hand painted wrappers, mostly brown with blue, orange and dark red patches, printed label to upper wrapper, edges with recent restoration and repair to all corners. Kirkpatrick A3b. First published in May 1919 in an edition of only 150 copies, this second edition appeared a month later.

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        Menschen ohne Lachen. Eine Philistergeschichte aus stillen Tagen.

      Lothar Joachims 1919. 173 S. kl. 8° - Kleinoktav (entspricht 15 - 18,5 cm) Leinen o. Schutzumschlag - Gebundenes Exemplar im OGanzleineneinband mit Goldprägung auf Deckel und Rücken altersgemäß gut erhalten. Einband leicht berieben und etwas kratzspurig, Rücken leicht abgeblaßt, gering fleckig.Kopffarbschnitt grün. Falz vom Einbandinnendeckel gering aufgeplatzt an zwei Stellen. Seiten leicht nachgedunkelt..

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        The American Language

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1919. First edition, no. 544 of 1500 copies printed and type distributed. 374 pp. 1 vols. Royal 8vo. Original black cloth. Fine.

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        The Arrow of Gold

      London, T. Fisher Unwin, Ltd., 1919, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Subtitled A Story Between Two Notes, original green cloth, issued four months after the American true first edition, this issue missing the "A" in The Arrow of Gold running head on page 67. Very good indeed.

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        The Works

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, , 1919-20. 37 volumes, octavo. Original blue cloth, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, gilt roundel to front board. Portrait frontispiece with tissue guard by William Strang and a Map of the Wessex of the Novels and Poems. Spines gently rolled, extremities slightly rubbed, occasional minor foxing. A very good set. The Mellstock edition, consisting of 500 unnumbered copies, with the first volume signed by Hardy. With the bookplate of James MacLehose (1857-1943) to the front pastedown, engraved by David Young Cameron, a fellow Glaswegian. MacLehose, a publisher and printer himself, was also the son-in-law of Alexander Macmillan, one of the founders of the firm which published this edition.

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        Descriptive and Historical Album of Old Japanese Prints of the Ukiyo-ye School

      Tokyo, Japan: Yoshizawa Shoten, 1919. This is a bilingual edition with principal text in Japanese and an author's preface in English. Author's preface dated May 1918. Album of Old Japanese Prints of the Ukiyo-ye School, reproduced from the Collection of Ken-Ichi Kawaura. Believe to be from a limited edition of 150 copies. 15.5 x 10.5 inches. Consists of two cord-sewn volumes and a folder. The first volume contains text and six full page reproductions of ukiyo-e prints, five of which are in color. The second and larger volume contains text and approximately 120 pages with single or multiple B&W images of ukiyo-e prints. Original silk-covered boards of gold brocade to the larger volume, purple cords, paper label on front cover. The pages and covers of both volumes are immensely clean, with scarcely a fingering mark to be found. Original patterned cloth folder, with bone [?] toggles. Very moderate wear and slight fading to the folder. A Very Good Plus set of books in a Very Good Plus folder. Scarce in any condition and perhaps the rarest title by John Stewart Happer. From the author's preface: "The collection belonging to Mr. K. Kawaura has long been known to collectors of Nishiki-ye... here one may study prints which are rarely offered for sale. Besides the many fine examples of famous prints, there are many which have never previously come under my observation -- a fact which in a measure attests to their rarity.". First Edition. Japanese Cord-sewn. Very Good Plus. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall.

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        The American Language

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1919. First edition, no. 544 of 1500 copies printed and type distributed. 374 pp. 1 vols. Royal 8vo. Original black cloth. Fine.

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        Rauchender Herr im Café III.

      - Lithographie 1919, auf beigem Velin, signiert. 31,2:22,3 cm. Nr. 10 von 30 Exx.

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        Rauchender Herr im Cafe III.

      . Lithographie 1919, auf beigem Velin, signiert. 31,2:22,3 cm. Nr. 10 von 30 Exx..

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        With the "Aurora" in the Antarctic 1911-1914

      London: Andrew Melrose, Ltd. [no date circa 1919], 1st Edition. () xxi,[1],183pp. Near fine in very good dust jacket. Octavo. Original Blue gilt decorated cloth. Many illustrations in text from photos. Maps, plus folding map at end. Edges a bit foxed otherwise a clean copy. Spine and front board lettering a bit dull as usual. A far better copy than normal, without the usual bubbling of the cloth. Original dust wrapper which is a bit soiled and has a bit of professional restoration at the totp of the spine and the rear wrapper. Rosove 87.A1.9; Spence 384. "As captain of the Aurora during Mawson's 1911-14 expedition, Davis was able to produce one of the few first-hand accounts available in print. His publishers, however, clearly had wartime difficulties with the book, most often seen today with its gilt lettering and decoration badly faded" (Taurus). A very very scarce account especially so in the wrapper..

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        FOTOGRAFIA CON DEDICA AUTOGRAFA

      (Mm. 150 x 205) bella foto montata su cartoncino con dedica autografa dell?'illustre compositore, da ?"Torre del Lago 18 febb: 1919?": ?"All?'Amico Sen: Boggiano Pico, affettuosamente G. Pccini?". Il cartoncino è a sua volta incollato su base in cartone (dimensioni complessive mm. 200 x 255). Ben conservata.

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        Wiedereröffnung - Ostern 1919. I. Ausstellung Expressionisten. Düsseldorf Königsallee 34. "Herausgegeben anlässlich der Wiedereröffnung der Galerie Alfred Flechtheim in Düsseldorf, mit einem Vorspruch von Herbert Eulenberg und Beiträgen von Walter Cohen, Wilhelm Hausenstein, Hans Müller-Schlösser, Wilhelm Uhde, Hermann von Wedderkop und Paul Westheim. Mit zwei Original-Holzschnitten von [Eberhard] Viegener und [Richard] Schwarzkopf und über 60 Abbildungen",

      Potsdam/Berlin, Gust.[av] Kiepenheuer Verlag, Druck von A. Bagel, Düsseldorf, 1919,. Umschlag und Satzanordnung von Richard Schwarzkopf, 23,4 x 15,8 cm [bei Söhn mit abweichenden Maßen], 88 Seiten, 72 schwarz-weiss Abbildungen, mit dem Signet AF illustrierte Original-Broschur (Mittelknick, bestossen), Rücken mit kleineren Flecken von der Bindung herrührend, sonst ein gutes Exemplar in fester Bindung.. Dokumentations-Bibliothek VI, 527.3. - Bolliger 1, 332; 6, 510.2. - Dascher (2011) Seite 121ff., mit Abbildung. - Söhn, HDO VII, 705-1 und 705-2. - Perkins 131a. - Spalek 13. - Holzschnitt Viegener WVZ Kerber Nr. 97. - Flechtheim-Katalog, Düssseldorf 1987, siehe Seite 144 (Bibliographie) und Seite 134 mit der ganzseitigen Abbildung des Umschlags. - Katalog Rifkind Collection, Volume II, Seite 707 Nummer 2659: "Schwarzkopf (1893 Bonn - 1963 ?), Mitglied in der Künstlervereinigung >Das Junge Rheinland<, untitled (head of a woman) ca. 1919, woodcut on yellow japan paper, black/white illustration; Cat. Rifkind Collection, Volume II, Seite 797, Nummer 3046: Viegener (1890 Soest - 1967 Soest), Mitglied in der Künstlervereinigung >Das Junge Rheinland<, black/white illustration. - Katalog Orrel P. Reed jr. German Expressionist Art, 1977, siehe Seite 256 (Abbildung), Zitat: "This is more than an exhibition catalogue, it is a manifesto about the new politics, and especially revolution in Germany (...)". - Rifkind Library, Boston, 1990 Seite 88. - Imprimatur, Band V (1967): Vömel siehe Seite 112 Verzeichnis weiterer Veröffentlichungen. - Imprimatur, NF Band XII (1987): Rudolf Schmitt: >Illustrierte Bücher und Mappenwerke des Jungen Rheinland< siehe Seite 147ff., mit Abbildung des Umschlags (Abbildung 2).- Zu Alfred Flechtheim: (1878 Münster - 1937 London), 1913 Gründung der Galerie in Düsseldorf, 1917 Auflösung der Galerie und Versteigerung des Bestandes, 1919 Wiedereröffnung, 1921 Vertrag mit Kahnweiler, Eröffnung der Berliner und 1922 der Frankfurter Filiale, 1923 Wiener Filiale unter >Würthle & Sohn<, 1933 Flucht aus Deutschland, 1934 London, 1937 Tod London.

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        Photograph Album Documenting American Industrial Espionage in Siberia, 1918-1919

      Siberia, Russia, 1919. Photograph Album. Very Good. The album appears to have been prepared by a YMCA worker and contains 20 pages of 81 3"x4" black and white photographs. All are captioned. Bound with a leather thong, no cover. Very little wear to the album pages. All of the photographs are in very nice shape. Following the Bolshevik revolution during World War One and Russia's subsequent peace treaty with the Central Powers, America's access to its only significant source of platinum, a metal urgently needed for the production of airplane engines and "liberty" motors, was cut off. The Soviets confiscated all of the known platinum stocks within the country and major black market supplies soon became prohibitively expensive. To fill the shortfall, the Commerce Department arranged for a somewhat shadowy American fur trader operating from a business office in Riga, George L. Preston, to receive a "commission" as a Colonel in the Red Cross and lead a humanitarian mission to provide YMCA supplies to members of the Czech Legion who were moving west along the Trans-Siberian Railway. In actuality, Preston had heard of the platinum requirement and suggested to the government that he would be able to obtain what was needed from as yet unconfiscated stocks from small mines in the Ural Mountains as well as a secret stock-pile at Ekaterinberg (now Sverdlosk) that were in areas controlled by the anti-Bolshevik New Siberian Army. Preston assumed control of the relief train in Vladivostok and traveled west along the railroad avoiding both Soviet and German agents while exchanging either cash or cans of Boston baked beans for the precious metal. When the train reached Ekaterinberg, Preston was able to make his final surreptitious purchase from a local banker. Throughout the trip, Preston was hailed for his humanitarian work and treated as an important dignitary. He served as the reviewing officer for Czech and Siberian parades, and at Ekaterinberg, he was one of the first westerners to be shown the house where Czar Nicholas and his family had been executed. While at Ekaterinberg, Preston was secretly informed his real mission had been discovered and that the Soviets were planning traps to capture the train. Hurriedly, the train returned to Vladivostok where Preston turned over the platinum to the Consul General who in turn transferred it to the Admiral in charge of the U.S. fleet in the port. Preston booked passage on another vessel to the United States and upon arriving, traveled to Washington where he filed his official report. Immediately after, he traveled to his home in Campello, Massachusetts to visit his family. Within 3 hours of his arrival there, Preston mysteriously died, purportedly of exhaustion and stress. Photographs include: Colonel Preston and the staff of the "American Mission; Soldiers of the Czech Legion and the New Siberian Army; Stations, facilities, and bridges along the Trans-Siberian Railway; The relief train; " A Czech Legion armored train; Bolshevik prisoners; A pet brown bear; Refugees and peasants; The house where Czar Nicholas and his family were executed; and much more. Certainly unique and exceptionally scarce.

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        Treasure Box

      [London: for the author,, 1919]. Octavo. Original plain blue wrappers. Housed in a rounded spine black cloth solander box with chemise. Illustrations by Nancy Nicholson. A little tanned and very lightly marked but an excellent copy. First and only edition. One of about 200 copies printed for the author. With the author and artist's joint signed presentation inscription to the inside of the front wrapper, "Mary Blunden from Nancy Nicholson & Robert Graves". The recipient was the wife of Graves's friend and fellow war poet Edmund Blunden.v

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        THE ARROW OF GOLD

      1919 - A Story Between Two Notes. London: T. Fisher Unwin, (1919). Original dark green cloth, with dust jacket. First English Edition of this novel set in 1870s Marseille, a port Conrad knew well from his earliest days as a seaman (in France 1874-1879) -- thus English was not his second language but his third. The English edition of this tale was published four months after (and including corrections made by Conrad too late for) the American edition. Unwin published three of Conrad's first four books (1895-98), but then no others until this one -- which explains why only those four works are cited on the rear panel of the ARROW jacket.~This copy does not have the "A" in the p. 67 headline (other copies have the "A" present or slipping). This volume is just about fine (a hint of wear at the spine-head); the quite uncommon dust jacket is very good, with some edge-wear at the extremities and some browning of the spine, but with NO restoration of any kind. Cagle A38.b.1. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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