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        Seven Men

      William Heinemann London: William Heinemann, 1919. Hard Cover. Very Good +. A very nice ASSOCIATION COPY. Beerbohm signed and inscribed the book "For CS Evans from his friend Max 1919." Evans was the chairman of Beerbohm';s publishing company, Heinemann, and he and Evans were close friends. Max Beerbohm, of course, is known as one of the leading critics, caricaturists, and writers of his day. This book is the first edition in the primary binding of dark blue cloth with gilt title and author to spine and front board. It is in very good plus condition with a small nick to the top of the front board, some chipping to corners and spine, and four darker blue spots to front. No dust jacket. Interior pages are clean with some browning to margins of pages. 219 pages plus four pages of publisher ads. LIT/091608. Very Good +.

      [Bookseller: The Kelmscott Bookshop ]
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        Winesburg, Ohio: A Group of Tales of Ohio Small Town Life

      NY: Huebsch, 1919. Hardcover. Very good. First Edition with all first sate points. Extremities just lightly worn with some darkening to the front gutter, bookplate on front pastedown, portrait of author pasted to front free endpaper, otherwise a very good copy with just some light rubbing to the spine label. TLS from Anderson affixed to the verso of the front free endpaper to a midwest bookseller concerning the publication of a literary journal.

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      In-4, tela rustica edit., pp. XV,197, con 105 tavv. f.t. (applic. alla pag.), di cui 15 a colori, che riproducono opere del grande pittore livornese (1852-1920). Con elenco cronologico delle opere di Previati (inclusi i più importanti disegni) dal 1879 al 1917. Cfr. Comanducci, p. 557. Importante e lussuosa monografia su carta forte, in tirat. di 600 esempl. numer. Ben conservato.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi]
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        GAETANO PREVIATI. Casa Editrice d?Arte Bestetti e Tumminelli, Roma-Milano, 1919.

      Bella ril. orig. in tela, tit. e decor. in oro al dorso e alla cop., cm 35x25, pp 197 di t., 105 pregev. tavv applic., f.t., a colori ed in varie tonalità, eleg. inquadrate in grigio, 1 tavv a colori applic. all?antip. con il ritratto dell?Artista. Ediz. in 600 esempl., il nostro è il n°265. Lieviss. allentam., peraltro ottimo esempl.

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        Cinderella. Retold by... and Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.

      London: William Heinemann (1919).. First trade edition, small 4to, 110 pp. Coloured frontispiece tipped in, tissue guard with slight offsetting to the title page, numerous coloured and black and white silhouette illustrations, contemporary signature to fly leaf and inscription to frontispiece recto. Original decorative orange, black and white boards, some minor rubbing, d.w. with loss to the spine ends otherwise a very good copy. Latimore & Haskell p49. Riall p134.

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        Essays on the Surgery of the Temporal Bone. 2 volume set

      London: Macmillan & Co Ltd. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Ex Royal College of Surgeons Library. Some foxing. 1919. First Edition. Dark green hardback cloth cover. xxiv, 253pp; xiii, 358pp + plates :: 125 coloured plates :: 300mm x 230mm (12" x 9") .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        Autograph Letter Signed, 2 pp on one folded 8vo sheet penned on first and third pages, Norwalk, CT, Dec. 7, 1919

      Flaherty writes to the President of the American Geographical Society agreeing to the postpone of his lecture until January 20th. â??Indeed I should prefer it as it gives me better time for preparationâ?¦.â? He accepts the Presidentâ??s invitation for the Fahertyâ??s to dine with the President and his wife, â??on the evening of the lecture, â?? and signs, â??Robert Flaherty.â?

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        LE BON PLAISIR. Vignettes et eaux-fortes originales en couleurs de Drésa.

      In-4 p., pregevole legatura realizzata e firmata da René Kieffer, conserv. cop. orig. figur. a colori, pp. (4),223,(9), con le affascinanti illustrazioni f.t. di Drésa: sono 21 tavole inc. all?acquaforte, in due stati (in b.n. con remarques e a colori); il volume è ornato da numerose testate e finali xilografati in tinta. Cfr. Carteret,IV, p. 333: ?Edition récherchée, surtout en grand papier? - Benezit,IV, p. 729: ?Jacques Drésa (1869-1929), dessinateur, aquarelliste, fut aussi décorateur de théatre? - Duncan ?Art Nouveau and Art Deco bookbinding..?, p. 192: ?René Kieffer (1875-1964) bookbinder and publisher. He established his own atelier in 1910 and remained in business during World War I, emerging afterwards as one of Paris?s leading binders?. Bella edizione di 250 esempl. numer., su carta della ?Maison Blanchet-Kléber?. Il ns., 64, fa parte della tiratura di 20 (num. 51 à 70) ?contenant 2 états des eaux-fortes?, ed è in ottimo stato.

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        Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers.

      London: G.Bell and Sons, 1919, 1920.. Fourth edition, in five volumes. 27.5 by 20 cms. Vol 1: A-C: xii+364 pp. Vol II: D-G: x+292 pp. Vol. III: H-M: xvi+394 pp. Vol. IV: N-R: xvi+309 pp. Vol. V: S-Z: xviii+426 pp. Illustrated, many tissue guarded. This fourth edition was revised by Williamson in 1903-1904 in five vols. Vol V. was reprinted in 1910, 1915 and 1919. t.e.g. Cloth, hardback, all in very good condition, hardly any wear. A handsome set. Please note that these five large volumes are very heavy, over 10 Kg., unpacked, and that postage costs will inevitably reflect that. This is a standard work for art historians

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        The Curious Republic of Gondour and Other Whimsical Sketches - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      New York: Boni and Liveright. Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1919. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. A wonderful First Edition/First Printing in about Fine condition. Rough yellow paper boards sides with white cloth shelfback; black lettering and border design, BAL 3527. The Very Good+, slightly spine-faded dustjacket shows some chipping with a few small tears. Scarce to find with acceptable wrapper; A collection of sketches, most of which were taken from a series the author wrote for The Galaxy from May 1870, to April 1871. The rest appeared in The Buffalo Express .

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        Exlex. (Aargang 1-2). Redaktör: Blix.

      Kristiania, 1919-20. De två årångarna bundna i varsitt rött halvskinnband med guldornerade ryggar med fem upphöjda bind och gröna ryggtiteletiketter. 550; 564 s. Rikt illustrerade och försedda med annonser. 34 X 25 cm.. Satirisk tidskrift med illustrationer, delvis i färg, av bl. a. Storm P., Anton Hansen, Olaf Gullbransson, Adolf Hallman och Blix. Allt som utkom

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      1919. 2. ALDIN,CECIL. BUNNYBOROUGH. Lond.: Humphrey Milford [1919]. Large 4to, cl. backed pict. boards, rear cover faded else VG+. This is a most fabulous large format picture book about a family of humanized rabbits and their animal friends. Featuring 16 rich color plates on heavy stock, pictorial title and pictorial endpapers. A great picture book, extremely scarce.

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        Apollinaire, Guillaume. LE BESTIAIRE ou Cortége d'Orphée

      Paris: Editions de La Sirene,, 1919 Apollinaire, Guillaume. LE BESTIAIRE ou Cortége d'Orphée. Paris: Editions de La Sirene, 1919. Second edition of the text with the same great Dufy woodcuts that appeared in the rarely seen original 1911 first edition but in a slightly smaller format. 8vo., unpaginated. Red snake skin, red gilt stamped leather title piece, patterned red, blue & orange decorative endpapers. Original yellow card covers bound in. A few light bits of foxing otherwise a very nice near fine example of this handsome work illustrated by Raoul Dufy with 30 stunning woodcuts & 5 woodcut ornaments printed in black. His first published & most important book illustrations for this monumental first French illustrated book of the 20th century. Short note by Dufy as preface. One of 1200 numbered copies [of a total of 1250] on bouffant. A very important work especially so due to the extreme rarity of the 1911 edition. CARTERET IV, 45; THE ARTIST AND THE BOOK no 91 Note. $1175. 1st Edition. Illus. by Raoul Dufy.

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        The Stamps of Spain 1850 to 1854.

      London, 1919. [4] + 127 large pp + 14 loose photo plates in rear pocket, very fine in original half morocco, spine relaid. A very scarce work.

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      1919. 2. (MACKENZIE,THOMAS)illus. ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP in rhyme by Arthur Ransome. London: Nisbet, no date [1919]. Large 4to (10 3/4 x 13 1/4"), white cloth with elaborate gilt pictorial cover, top edge gilt, other edges uncut, some slight cover soil and fading, 2 tiny snags on cover, VG++. LIMITED TO ONLY 250 NUMBERED COPIES SIGNED BY MACKENZIE. Mackenzie's most desired and best work, this features 12 magnificent tipped-in color plates with captioned tissue guards, decorative initials and text borders and also with a profusion of stunning black and whites on every page of text (nice silhouette endpapers as well). Due to the high quality of the paper, the black and whites are beautifully reproduced. This is a lavish and arguably the best illustrated version of Aladdin, rare in this limited format.

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        THE RED MARK

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1919 First Edition of this Queen's Quorum [#62] title and the author's first collection of short stories inclusive of, The Fourth Man. A near fine copy in gray cloth, red titles in a bright, fresh better than very good dustwrapper, sunned to the spine with a chip at the heel and crown, two small chips and a closed tear to the front panel and tiny nicks at the bottom of the rear panel. 8vo. 397 pp. A handsome copy of what Sir Arthur Conan Doyle called, 'the best book of short stories by any debutant since Kipling's, Plain Tales'.. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Digte. Axel Salto. 5 raderinger.

      København 1919. 4to. (6) + 78 s. 5 originalraderinger av Axel Salto. Orig. kartonert bd. Ubeskåret. Fint eks.. *Eks. nr. 1 av 60 numm. eks. Signert av Alf Larsen. Hilsen på fribl. datert 20-12-1919 fra Alf Larsen og Axel Salto samt en hilsen fra onkel Alf (Larsen). Vedlagt håndskrevet brev hvor boken blir gitt i gave fra Alf L(arsen) datert 28/3.48

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        Genius. Zeitschrift für Werdende und alte kunst. Erstes Jahr 1919.

      Kurt Wolff Verlag, 1919. VIII pp. + 319 pp. incl. tipped in illustrations + 9 tipped-in plates in colours + 5 original graphics. Bound.. 5 of 6 original graphics: Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, "Kopf", 1915, orig. woodcut. Richard Seewald, "Der Hirte", orig. coloured woodcut.Karl Caspar, "Johannes auf Patmos", orig. lithograph.Heinrich Nauen, "Mutter und Kind", Orig. etching, 1919.Ignaz Epper, "Mädchenkopf", orig. lithograph, 1919

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        Degas. Volume II.

      H. Floury, Paris 1919. 4to. "Edition De Luxe" on "papier du Japon". 75+(6) pages. With tipped-in illustrations in b/w and clour, including an original litiograph, "Dans les coulisses". Bound untrimmed, preserving the original front cover with the print "Deux Danseuses", in an elegant contemporary red half-calf binding with richly gilt spine. In fine condtion.. Volume 2 only of a 2-volume set (volume 1 was published in 1918), but with no volume number on spine. One of 60 copies ( "Il a ete imprime de cet ouvrage une edition de luxe sur papier du Japon a 60 exemplaires numerotes" (the number is in volume 1), including the original lithograph "Dans les coulisses"

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        HEARTBREAK HOUSE. Great Catherine And Playlets Of The War. Inscribed

      London: Constable and Company, 1919 Shaw, George Bernard. HEARTBREAK HOUSE. Great Catherine And Playlets Of The War. Inscribed. London: Constable and Company, 1919. "You'll never have a quiet world till you knock the patriotism out of the human race." First Edition. Small 8vo. 266 pp. + 2 pp. of adverts. A near fine copy in light moss green cloth, gilt titles to the spine in a bright, fresh example of the dustwrapper. Custom TBCL embossed cloth slipcase in fine condition. A significant presentation copy inscribed in black fountain pen on the half-title: "To Robert Loraine / from Bernard Shaw. / 10th October 1919". Loraine [1876-1935] was a man of action: actor-manager, soldier, aviator, Fabian & of course, a close friend to Shaw - perhaps best known as an actor he's seen most commonly on holiday with the Shaw’s & Harley Granville-Barker or at Fabian events. Loraine & Shaw shared political affiliations & a passion for theatre: it was Loraine who premiered as the lead in Man & Superman on Broadway, the production was massively successful & launched Shaw as a force to be reckoned with in the United States. Excellent example. Laurence A149b. . Signed by Author. First Edition.

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        Dekorative vorbilder. jahrgang xxix. stuttgart, verlag julius hoffmann, s.a. (1919).

      Cartella di cm. 35, pp. (12) di testo esplicativo + 80 splendide tavole a colori a fogli sciolti entro cartella editoriale in tela rossa. Ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara annata di questa rivista d'arte decorativa pubblicata in anni mitici per lo sviluppo artistico europeo ed illustrata da grandi nomi del tempo.

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        Emancipation Proclamation September 22, 1862.

      Renesch Chromolithograph broadside, 16" x 20".Creases where folded, slight abrasion at the conjunction of one of the folds, some slight chipping to the lower right corner, and the left margin, which extend a little into image; still a colorful and unusual piece. A scarce early 20th century broadside version of the Emancipation Proclamation in the form of a WWI "uplift" poster. At the center is Abraham Lincoln holding a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation. He is flanked with smaller images of Paul L. Dunbar, Frederick Douglas, Lt. Col. Franklin A. Dennison, and Lt. Col. Otis B. Duncan. Other images include soldiers, farmers, children at school, and a bald eagle perched on top of American Flags. We are reminded in the captions of some of the accomplishments of African American, and the promise of the future. A very attractive Broadside, even with a few imperfections.

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        Das graphische Jahrbuch.

      U.a. mit folgenden Beiträgen: Joel: Über die Kunst; Paul Westheim: Kokoschkas Graphik; Rosa Schapire: Schmidt-Rottluff als Graphiker; Wilhelm Michel: Paul Klee; Kurt Pfister: Die Maréesgesellschaft. Einbandrücken mit Papierstreifen überklebt. Einband gebräunt und bestoßen. Buchblock gebrochen. Einige Blätter leicht angerändert. Die Original-Graphiken in gutem Zustand.

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        NOS LOISIRS. REVUE LITTERAIRE MODERNE. Three Original Pen & Ink Daragnes Illustrations. Nouvelle série. N° 3, Paris: 15/08/1919

      Paris: Nos Loisir, 1919 [Daragnès, Jean-Gabriel] NOS LOISIRS. REVUE LITTERAIRE MODERNE. Three Original Pen & Ink Daragnes Illustrations. Nouvelle série. N° 3, Paris: 15/08/1919. 4to.,/ in-4, pp. 66 à 96. Broché/wrappers. Illustrated/illustrée. Numéro de cette revue contenant la nouvelle "La Poste ensorcelé" de Charles Wadsworth Camp [p81-88]. Cette nouvelle traduit de l'englais par Charles Torquet est illustreé de 6 dessins dans le texte par jean-Gabriel Daragnès. This issue/exemplaire contenant 3 dessins originaux rehaussés à l'encre de Daragnès qui ont servi a l'illustration. Formats 23.5 cm x 13 cm; 10 cm x 15.15 cm; 13 cm x 19 cm. Charles W. Camp [1879 -1936] journalist et auteur dramatique américain s'est specialisé dans la description des cheminots et était un ancien employé du Canadian Pacific Railway. Rares dessins originaux à l'encre datant du début de la carrière de Daragnès. Jean-Gabriel Daragnès (1886-1950) était un peintre, un éditeur et un illustrateur de livres, et notamment d'ouvrages que l'on désigne désormais communément sous le vocable d'illustrés modernes. Au premier chef de ses réalisations, figurent entre autres une édition remarquée de Suzanne et le Pacifique de Jean Giraudoux, ou encore Les Ballades de la Geôle de Reading d'Oscar Wilde (gravures "à la manière noire", 1917). Bien d'autres ouvrages illustrent sa carrière. Il a collaboré, en tant que directeur artistique, à la maison d'édition Emile-Paul Frères, qui lui doit nombre de ses plus belles réussites. Il a été peintre de la Marine de 1933 jusqu'en 1942. A rare find with 3 original Daragnès works, each an apparent preliminary drawing used in Nos Loisirs. The comparisons are interesting as they reflect on the artist's working methodology; the final illustration slightly revised for publication. Nos Loisir in fine condition in the original glassine. The original Daragnes illustration in near fine condition - one small tear, neatly repaired.. Original Illustrations. 1st Edition. Illus. by Daragnès.

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        A Thin Ghost and others. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY

      Edward Arnold, 1919. 8vo., First Edition, endpapers faintly browned, small neat contemporary signature on half-title, wanting rear free [blank] endpaper; original pictorial grey cloth, upper board blocked and lettered in blue, backstrip lettered in blue, top lightly dust-soiled else a very good, bright, clean copy.Nice copy of the author's third collection of ghost stories.Collects five short stories: The Residence at Whitminster, The Diary of Mr. Poynter, An Episode of Cathedral History, The Story of a Disappearance and an Appearance, Two Doctors.EXTREMELY SCARCE.Bleiler p.109.

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        la boîte à joujoux

      Paris: Durand & Fils, ca. 1919. First edition.. Wraps. Very good. Yes. Oblong folio: 9½ by 12½ inches. Original wraps decorated in color on the upper and lower wrap. Debussy's music is complemented by Hallé's sets and costumes for the 1919 ballet. Title page and 5 introductory pages hand colored; there are colored full page divisions for each of the 4 tableaux, as well as 13 full page colored illustrations reproducing the children's ballet of December, 1919. A copyright date on the typeset title page is 1913, but this is the date of the composition of the music. Debussy died in 1918, leaving only the piano score and a few pages of orchestration. These were complete by his student André Caplet for the debut in 1919 with Hallé's sets and costumes. Issued in both wraps and boards, this is the copy in publisher's wraps. Both issues are rare and fragile. The spine and one of the folds of the wraps have been strengthened on this copy, there is some light wear to the corners else this is a very good copy. The original glassine jacket has been replaced with new glassine. With the ownership signature of Glenn Bohannon, Napoli, 1945, on the front free endpaper. Protected in a custom made clamshell case.

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        Sindbad le Marin (Sinbad the Sailor) et d'Autres Contes des Mille et Une Nuits

      H. Piazza Paris: H. Piazza, (1919). Quarto. 148pp., + (27)ff. plates. French edition. One of 1,500 copies. The twenty-seven color plates by Edmund Dulac are tipped-in with tissue guards. Floral and foliate borders in yellow surround the text and plates, referencing Eastern illuminated manuscripts. According to White, the "bright, enamel-like" colors of Persian miniatures influenced Dulac's color palette for this book, which includes bold tangerine and carmine red. Many of Dulac's illustrations also have a rich, Far-Eastern sensibility: the plates for the story of Aladdin evoke Chinese and Japanese brush paintings. This handsome edition contains four more plates than the English edition. Slightest chipping to spine ends, else a very fine copy in the original blue printed wrappers.

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        Visioni di Architettura; 40 tavole con Prefazione di Giulio Ferrari

      C. Crudo & C. Torino: C. Crudo & C., 1910-1919?. Hardcover. g+. Portfolio. [2],40 plates resting in quarter cloth over illustrated paper-covered boards with string ties. Rare monograph with 40 full-page color reproductions of architectural (visions) drawings by Milan architect/painter Aldo Avat. The plates show palaces, churches, plazas and various other buildings. Two plates in duo-tone. Foreword by Giulio Ferrari. Tiny puncture on cloth on midsection of spine. Minor staining and discoloration to boards. Corners bumped and rubbed. Name of previous owner in pencil on title page. Text in Italian. Portfolio in good, plates in very good condition. Complete as published. Rare. OCLC lists only 1 library worldwide owning this item.

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        Zeitschrift für werdende und alte Kunst. Hrsg. von Carl Gustav Heise, Hans Mardersteig und Kurt Pinthus. Jahrgänge 1-3 (= alles Erschienene) in 3 Bänden. München, Kurt Wolff, 1919-1921. VIII, 319 (1); VIII, 332; VIII, 356. Mit 16 Originalgraphiken, 25 montierten Farbtafeln und ca. 400 montierten Abbildungen. Fol. OHpgt.-Bde und 2 OBrosch. (Jg. II) (leicht fleckig).

      Söhn HDOG I, 120; Raaber, Zeitschriften 74; Jentsch 72.- Vollständige Folge der bedeutenden und repräsentativen Kunstzeitschrift des späten Expressionismus.- Mit den Original-Holzschnitten von Erich Heckel (Mädchenkopf, Dube 264 IIIb), Frans Masereel, Franz Marc (Lankheit 831, 3), Max Kaus, André Rouveyre, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff ('Kopf' und 'Lesender Mann', Schapire 189 und 274) und Richard Seewald, den Original-Lithographien von Karl Caspar, Georg Ehrlich, Ignaz Epper, Edwin Scharff, Alexander Archipenko, Carl Hofer (Rathenau 34) und Alexander Kanoldt und der Original-Radierung von Heinrich Nauen.- Mit Textbeiträgen (meist in Erstdrucken) von Alfred Döblin, Franz Kafka , Ernst Weiss, Franz Werfel, Georg Heym, Hermann Hesse, Bertolt Brecht, Oskar Kokoschka, Max Brod u.v.a.- Einige Graphiken mit druckbedingten Quetschfalten, etwa 5 der montierten Abbildungen gelockert, 4 Blätter lose.

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      [Autographen. Text russisch]. 4°. Lithogr. OBrosch. (etwas fleckig). 8 nn. Bll. mit 10 Handschriftenfaksimiles und 5 ganzseit. Lithographien. Erste Ausgabe. - Bedeutende großformatige Anthologie der Imaginisten mit je einem im Handschriftenfaksimile wiedergegebenen Gedicht von Boris Pasternak, Sergej Esenin, Anatolij Mariengof, Konstantin Balmont, Wjatscheslaw Iwanow, Riurik Iwnew, Wasilij Kamenskij, Anatolij Lunatscharsky, Iwan Rukawischnikow und Wadim Scherschenewitsch. Die lithographierten Zeichnungen stammen von Petr Kontschalowskij, N. B. Rosenfel'd, M. Swetlow, Georgij Jakulow und Aleksej Morgunow. - Rowell-W. 260. Slg.Getty 55. Vgl. Kasack 448 f. - Das erste Blatt minimal fleckig, insgesamt etwas knittrig, sonst sehr gut erhalten. - Selten.

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        [Reliures en plein maroquin] Histoires incertaines

      Paris: Mercure de France, 1919. relié. 12,5x19cm. Edition originale, un des 470 ex numérotés sur Hollande, seuls grands papiers avec 59 Chine. Reliure à la bradel en plein maroquin sapin, dos lisse, date en queue, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, poinçons dorés en angles des coupes, encadrements de quintuples filets dorés et de maroquin sapin sur les gardes, gardes et contreplats de papier marbré, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée, reliure de l'époque signée de Creuzevault. - Mercure de France, Paris _1919, 12,5x19cm, relié. - Reliures en plein maroquin relié

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        The Madman His Parables and Poems

      Hutchinson London nd {1919}. First Edition. Hardback. Near Fine/No Jacket. UK First Edition 1919 following USA first. Quarter blue cloth over black boards, gilt titling. Near Fine condition spine a little bumped half way without loss or damage, corners lightly rubbed, some toning to endpapers. Scarce

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        Apollinaire, Guillaume. LE BESTIAIRE ou Cortége d'Orphée

      Paris: Editions de La Sirene,, 1919 Apollinaire, Guillaume. LE BESTIAIRE ou Cortége d'Orphée. Paris: Editions de La Sirene, 1919. Second edition of the text with the same great Dufy woodcuts that appeared in the rarely seen original 1911 first edition but in a slightly smaller format. 8vo., unpaginated. Red snake skin, red gilt stamped leather title piece, patterned red, blue & orange decorative endpapers. Original yellow card covers bound in. A few light bits of foxing otherwise a very nice near fine example of this handsome work illustrated by Raoul Dufy with 30 stunning woodcuts & 5 woodcut ornaments printed in black. His first published & most important book illustrations for this monumental first French illustrated book of the 20th century. Short note by Dufy as preface. One of 1200 numbered copies [of a total of 1250] on bouffant. A very important work especially so due to the extreme rarity of the 1911 edition. CARTERET IV, 45; THE ARTIST AND THE BOOK no 91 Note. $1175. 1st Edition. Illus. by Raoul Dufy.

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        Farmington. Signed by Darrow

      1919. Darrow, Clarence [1857-1938]. Farmington. New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1919. x, 220, [2] pp. includes one-page publisher notice. Original cloth, gilt titles to front board and spine. Some rubbing to extremities with noticeable wear to corners and head of spine. Bold signature of Clarence Darrow dated December 14, 1922 to front free endpaper. Some browning to endleaves, light toning to text, internally clean. * First published in 1904, Farmington is a fictionalized account of the author's youth in Ohio. It went through seven editions, but it was never a critical or commercial success. This pained Darrow because he thought it was his finest book. Hunsberger, Clarence Darrow: A Bibliography 121.

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      Small Maynard & Company Boston: Small, Maynard & Company. (1919). First. First edition. Slight mustiness, else fine in very good dustwrapper with small nicks and tears and some overall soiling. Scarce in jacket. .

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        Des Capitain Lemuel Gullivers Reise in das Land derer Houyhnhnms. Lithographien von Richard Janthur (signiert)

      Berlin: Gurlitt-Presse, 1919. (393. Druck der Gurlitt-Presse - Die neuen Bilderbücher, 2. Folge/Reihe); (2 Bl.), 62 S., (2 Bl.); mit 12 Originallithographien, 12 Kopfill. u. 12 Initialen von Richard Janthur; römisch numeriertes Expl. (von 50) der Vorzugsausgabe in Halbpergament (Gesamtauflage 150 Expl.), gedruckt auf handgeschöpftem Büttenkarton; alle 12 Lithographien, sowie der Druckvermerk von Janthur eigenhändig signiert; Rodenberg 393, 4; rundum unbeschnitten; Einband stark fleckig u. gebräunt, Vorsätze professionell erneuert, Papier etwas lichtrandig. Vom Illustrator signiert. Erste Auflage dieser Ausgabe. Halbpergament. Noch befriedigend. 43 cm.

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        The Walk with God. Edited by her Daughter Laura E. Richards

      New York:: E.P. Dutton & Co.. 1919. First Edition, Inscribed by Laura Richards to Daisy Chanler on the ffe, "For my beloved Daisy. / with much love from / her devoted / LER / Christmas. 1919" . 8vo; original green gilt-stamped cloth; light blue dust jacket printed in dark blue; book with a bit of light rubbing to corners and spine ends, gilt on spine a bit dimmed, with small (1/4" stain to the left of the first two words of title on spine, two small white dots on back hinge; jacket a bit soiled, rubbed, and chipped at extremities, about very good. A nice association copy of a scarce Howe title.& This volume was published for the centenary of the birth of Julia Ward Howe and the editor has noted that although her mother's journals were not intended for publication, she has decided to publish them as they "may conceivably help and comfort other seekers of the Way...". Much of the poetry included herein is previously unpublished as is an essay on immortality, "Beyond the Veil." & Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910), author of The Battle Hymn of the Republic, poet, abolitionist and suffrage leader, lay preacher, peace worker and primary mover in the club movement, was the first woman elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters (1808), a precedent not repeated until 1930. & Laura Elizabeth Richards (1850- 1943) author, sister of Maud Howe Elliott, spent most of her life in Gardner, Maine, and she dedicated much of her life to the welfare of that community. She wrote a number of successful children's books. In 1915 she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize (with her sister) for their biography of their mother. NAW III, pp. 148-150. Margaret "Daisy" Terry Chanler (1862-1952), author, was the half-sister of novelist Marion Crawford and an intimate friend of Edith Wharton.

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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. Very good. 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. Bookplate on front pastedown. A far better copy than normal, without the usual bubbling of the cloth. Rosove 87.A1.9; Spence 384. With Douglas Mawson's first Antarctic expedition, by the captain of the "Aurora," the expedition ship. A very, very scarce account..

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        Important and lengthy Typed Letter Signed with Autograph Note, unsigned, 4 separate pages, 4to sheets, Hollywood, Nov. 27, 1942

      Miller answers a long letter received from his correspondent. He refers to writers including Anais Nin, her "Diaries", Celine, William Faulkner, Eudora Welty, Lawrence Durrell, in addition to his own works. He begins by giving his correspondent, Brian Atkinson, his New York address while he will be traveling and also gives Anais Nin's New York address. "I believe Robert Symmes (now Duncan) a young poet [Robert Duncan (1919 ?1988) is with him and trying to publish things, [James] Cooney is a farmer...he is not doing a revue, but looking for printing jobs. He is always desperately poor...." Miller refers to editor and publisher of the Phoenix literary journal, James Cooney, which published new, non-conventional works. "Anais Nin I could tell you more about. I am in constant touch with her. That first volume of the Diary never was published in Paris or anywhere. Couldn't raise enough subscriptions for it. Now she too has her own little press...She did bring out a very beautiful little edition of a book that appeared in Paris - now quite changed, the text, I mean -"Winter of Artifice."...quite unique...She is...hoping to raise enough money to get started on the huge diary some day...." Miller notes that the book, "The Gates of Aulis," the first novel by the Gladys Schmitt , "sounded too good to be true. The American Proust...." He then notes other new writers including Carson McCullers and Eudora Welty. Miller read her books and admires them, "and find a lot to promise in: 'reflections in a Golden Eye,' and 'The Heart is a Lonely Hunter...." He gives McCullers' address and discusses Welty. "from Mississippi - supposed to be fine. Short story writer as yet. Perhaps one of the comers...." He mentions Frederic Prokosch, "I just read his 'The Seven Who Fled'- Harper's is his publisher...." Then Miller moves onto the best current author, "William Faulkner...he is not much read, does not make a living from his books and is not really recognized yet. (Better known in Europe....) Miller notes that if anything important were going in American literature he would know of it, noting the publication of Alfred Kazin's "'On Native Grounds' with the subject... and it up to date...." He offers Kazin's address and mentions that he met the English poet, George Barker, through his close friend, Lawrence Durrell. "Durrell is now in Cairo, c/o Publicity Sections, British Embassy...." He mentions his own publisher, "New Directions" and other magazines and writers, including, "Celine! Now you're talking...He's a marvelous writer the best contemporary writer alive...Hard to find his books now - because of the prejudice against him since he revealed his anti-Semitism (The book world here seems to be controlled by the Jews largely.)...Arthur Koestler is much in vogue...Allen Tate...I don't think much of him...However, if you follow up all these ought to get an interesting pot-pourri...." He then discusses his own writing since his correspondent asked. Miller lists his books published since he returned to the US from Europe, "'Wisdom of the Heart,'...(a miscellany of previously things, for the most part; 'The Colossus of Maroussi,'...a book about my travels in Greece,...'The World of Sex.' and essay...I was commissioned to do a book on America by Doubleday...I...withdrew the book when we entered the war...I don't want it printed till after the war...'Quiet Days in Clichy'...There was a pirated edition of Cancer brought out in Mexico...I am now on a very long book - running to 1500 to 2000 pages to be called 'the Rosy Crucifixion,' a sequel to the Tropic of Capricorn. Unpublishable here. Perhaps it may be done in Mexico...I don't make a penny from my writings...Thought I might get a soft job in the movies - but no luck...." He recommends books and comments on the plight of young new writers in America. He recommends, "'William Blake's Circle of Destiny' by Milton O. Percival...It's a sort of Bible for me...the tendency here is to kill off the young writers. There is no place for them in the current periodicals...I suppose as with the last war when it's over, something will happen. But the young writers here are not... like the young writers abroad. In England they were mostly Homos...Here they are just limp and guts...All hoping to make a living from their work! Such a crazy notion! No good artist makes a living,usually, until he is past fifty - if he's lucky....How long did it take for Melville to become known to the general pubic? A hundred years...." He mentions that Walt Whitman initially had poor reviews and, "Now he's sanctified...." He wishes his correspondent good luck and adds two postscripts in his own hand on the side of page 3 and page 4. "You might also write editors of 'Accent,' a little review and considered the best of the lot...." He gives the address. "P.P.S. Another fellow who keeps informed is the librarian here at U.C.L.A....," and gives his address. He signs in full, "Henry Miller." Some slight margin tears on the first and second sheets, same on the pages 3 and 4 both. Page 3 margin tear at the top affects two words and also two holes at center fold. Three holes on page 4 on the folds. The words in each case remain readable though affected.

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        In Praise Of Stevenson: An Anthology: The Bookfellow Series Series

      Chicago, Illinois: The Bookfellows. Very Good. 1919. First Edition: First Printing. Hard Cover. First edition limited to 325 copies. Boards now protected by a new Brodart Archival Mylar Cover. DOUBLE INSCRIBED COPY. Book is SIGNED BY EDITOR (Vincent Starrett), with inscription, "Dear P. J. J - Kind regard, and gratitude for your interest. Vincent Starrett 10 March 1920" on front flyleaf, and SIGNED BY DEDICATEE (Walter M. Hill) to whom the book was dedicated, "With best wishes from one booklover to another, Walter M. Hill March 13th 1920", on dedication page. Lastly, it has an biographical newspaper article on Charles Vincent Emerson Starrett (dated 3-28-20 The Line) affixed at the bottom of the half title page. Boards are dark green with light brown spine binding, and paper author and title labels on spine and front cover. Boards and pages are clean, unmarked (except as indicated earlier), bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered (except for rubbing at board corners). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book.: Signed by Editor .

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        [Autographes d'exception] Jeremias

      Leipzig: Insel verlag, 1919. relié. 14x22cm. Nouvelle édition dont il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Reliure de l'éditeur en plein cartonnage brun, dos lisse comportant deux traces de restaurations en tête et en pied, premier plat illustré, tranches jaunes. Précieux envoi autographe signé de l'auteur, en allemand, à son traducteur en français Alzir Hella : "Alzir Hella / zu herzlichem gedenken..." De plus, notre exemplaire est enrichi d'une précision manuscrite en français de Stefan Zweig en pied de la page de dédicace. Une pâle et légère mouillure en pied des premières pages. Notre exemplaire est présenté sous coffret en demi chagrin marron, dos et plats de papier marbré, intérieur d'agneau ocre. - Insel verlag, Leipzig _1919, 14x22cm, reliure de l'éditeur sous étui. - Autographes d'exception reliure de l'éditeur sous étui

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        Quia Pauper Amavi

      London: The Egoist Ltd., [1919], first edition, number 30 of 100 copies signed by Ezra Pound, with the ink correction by Pound of the misprint on line 24 of page 34, correcting ”Wherefore” to ”Wherefrom” (some copies were not corrected). Printed on handmade paper. One short tear at margin of page 21, five pages have very minor fox marks, back endpapers with a very minor waterstain at lower margin; binding with very slight discoloration; overall, a very crisp and very good copy. Gallup A17b. Important provenance: 1) Quentin Keynes Collection; 2) Christie's London.

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      Braunschweig:: Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn, 1919 Vierte Auflage; iv, 83 pp., issued as Sammlung Vieweg, Heft 38; Thick wrappers printed in red & black. Neatly signed at the top of the title page: "A. Einstein" in black fountain pen. A very good copy showing light wear, neat contemporary name also on the title page [5.5.1919] the front cover detached but present. A nice copy rarely available signed. Einstein's General Theory on Relativity was first published in the periodical Annalen der Physik in 1916; Printing and the Mind of Man 408, Weil No. 90, 4th to 9th edition [1919-1920] of this title. Custom ¼ leather clamshell case.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition, 4th Printing.

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        LA MONTEE AUX ENFERS: POESIES. Illustrée de douze eaux-fortes et vingt-trois dessins par Edouard Chimot.

      In-4 p., bross. orig., custodia in mz. pelle con ang., astuccio con cuffia in pelle, pp. (8),166,(2), illustrato da 13 affascinanti composizioni di Chimot, in tavv. f.t.: sono 13 acqueforti originali incise dall?artista, qui presenti in due stati (a colori e in b.n.). Il vol. è ornato anche da 23 bellissimi finali, disegnati da Chimot. Il ns. esempl. contiene 1 tav. in più (in due stati) e 1 tav. in tre stati. Cfr. Carteret,IV, p. 259: ?Edition recherchée? - Benezit,III, p. 593. Bella edizione di 590 esempl. numer. Il ns., 64, ?sur Hollande van Gelder Zonen?, fa parte della tiratura di 70 (num. 21 a 90), firmati dall?A. e dall?artista e ?contenant deux états des eaux-fortes?. Esemplare ben conservato. .

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      1919. Very Good. BIANCO, Pamela. FLORA: A BOOK OF DRAWINGS. With Illustrative Poems by Walter de la Mare. London: William Heinemann, (1919). First edition of Bianco's first book; it is inscribed by her on the ffep.: "For Harriet Sprague, with love from Pamela Bianco." Illustrated with 8 color plates and many line illustrations. [8],43 pp. Quarto, illustrated paper boards. A little minor wear to boards, else a fine copy in a very good illustrated dust-wrapper, which has some occasional light soiling, is starting at spine folds, and has shallow loss at heel and crown. Pamela Bianco, born in 1906, was a drawing prodigy; and this book is a result of her first exhibition at the Leicester Galleries, in 1919, when she was thirteen. Walter de la Mare, a visitor to the show, was moved by her exquisite drawings to write the poems that accompany them in this volume. Bianco went on to illustrated books written by others, including her mother, Margery Williams Bianco, as well as books that she wrote. (National Book League, Walter de la Mare: A Checklist, A36 mentions that there are at least five variants to this edition, due to binding errors, causing misplacement of poems and drawings; but it does not list them. In this copy, the last poem, "Sephina," finishes on p.43 with a small illustration at the bottom.)

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        Collision of alpha Particles with Light Atoms. I: Hydrogen; II: Velocity of the Hydrogen Atom; III: Nitrogen and Oxygen Atoms; IV: An Anomalous Effect in Nitrogen. [Complete set].

      London, Francis and Taylor, 1919. 8to. (210x130mm). Pages 537-87 of volume 37 of 'The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine, and Journal of Science'. Bound together (with title page and contents) in recent attractive marbled boards (Hanne Jensen). Leather title with gilt lettering on front board. A fine and clean copy.. First printing of the first announcement of artificial transmutation and the discovery of the proton. By bombarding Nitrogen atoms with alpha particles Rutherford produced Hydrogen nucleus and Oxygen 17 - the first man made nuclear reaction. PMM 411, Norman 1873

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