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        The Railway Hotel, Hangchow.

      [Hangchow] c.1920 - One leaf, 34 x 34 cm. Folded. A scarce printed broadside advertising the Railway Hotel, Hangchow, in Chinese on one side, English on the reverse.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        Klingspor-Kalender fur das Jahr 1920, 1922 and 1925 - 41.

      Gebr. Klingspor 1920-1941, Offenbach am Main - 20 volumes in total. Various sizes from 12mo., to thin 8vo. Illustrated both in colour and black and white by mainly by Willi Harwerth but also by Fritz Kredel,Heinrich Holz Ernst Weiss, Printed in several types including types mainly by Rudolf Koch,with a few by Walter Tiemann, all on Zerkall paper. Mainly in the original decorated boards but 5 are in the original decorated wrappers. On the whole the condition is pretty good with some wear to a very few of the spines. Most of the numbers are exquisite examples of delicate illustration and fine typography. A really charming set. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: SOPHIE SCHNEIDEMAN RARE BOOKS, ABA, ILAB]
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        Father Tuck's RAILWAY EXPRESS PANORAMA with Moveable Pictures.

      London. Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd.No date [circa 1920's]. Illustrated by Barnard Way. A four panel, full colour, panorama, extending to four feet [1.2 metres], showing the Flying Scotsman in a station. There are fifteen die-cut shaped figures which can be moved from panel to panel to create different scenes. Repaired tear to the flap on the final panel; pictorial bookplate of the noted railway book collector, P. H. Edwards; central joint repaired; little worn at extremities; else very good. 270 x 303 mm. Contained in a folding cloth box with leather gilt tile label to the upper cover. Scarce. An earlier version of this panorama, though not one featuring the Flying Scotsman, was issued circa 1900 by Raphael Tuck.

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        Lettere politiche

      Giuseppe Laterza e Figli, BARI 1920 - ITALIANO Volume intonso ad eccezione delle prime pagine. Coperta morbida con strappi al dorso, piatto anteriore quasi completamente distaccato, usurata ai bordi, ingiallita con fioritura così come tagli e pagine. Legatura allentata. Tracce di polvere.

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        ARCTIC ORPHANS

      - PARKER,B. AND N. ARCTIC ORPHANS. London & Edinburgh.: W. & R. Chambers, no date, circa 1920. Oblong folio (12 1/4 x 9 1/2"), pictorial boards, slight tip rubbing else FINE IN DUST WRAPPER (dw chipped with a few mends). The adventures of three young polar bears that lose their parents is told in verse by B. Parker. Illustrated by N. Parker with 13 incredible full page full color illustrations plus illustrations in text, pictorial endpapers and striking color covers. One of the rarest of the Parkers' fine picture books and a beautiful copy in the rare dust wrapper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Benedetto Croce

      "Libreria della Diana" - Napoli, NAPOLI 1920 - ITALIANO Fascicolo degli anni '20 in stato discreto, coperta in cartoncino, piatto anteriore staccato dalla legatura, poco allentata, bordo stanco, fioritura sparsa, sporco, tagli e margini delle pagine bruniti. Antiporta, su carta patinata, con ritratto fotografico di Benedetto Croce in b. e n., fuori testo. "Questo fascicolo è destinato a totale beneficio della Biblioteca Benedetto Croce, creata in Napoli, nella scuola femminile a via F. S. Correra, da Fiorina Centi".

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        Night and Day

      New York: Doran, 1920. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. 1st American edition of her second book, mining Shakespeare's As You Like It. Near fine (edges slightly faded), in a very good jacket, faint shadow of a number on the spine, edgetears and corner chips, but no repair, and for this jacket, more pleasing than doing good in secret and being found out by accident. In answer to Albee's question, I'm afraid of Virginia Woolf. There's not enough space here, and I'm not smart enough, nor enough of a researcher to tell you much about her you don't already know, but I'll take my shot at stepping into the shoes of a great lady, and externally considering her for a paragraph attentive to outside events that invaded her inner peace and twisted her life, all because no one ever told her that detachment is the sure, and only, road to serenity She was entitled. Her mother was a Pre-Raphaelite model so she got her babeness by gene. Her father was a Sir of letters with a gigantic personal library, and as a result her home-schooled education was an erudite exhibition of late Victorian society (the way of the mouse, symbolic of industry in quiet places). At 13 her mother died and she crumpled into a (her first) nervous breakdown. She was 18 when the 20th century arrived, so she regrouped, laced her shoes tight and, like most of her generation, met it teeming with hope. But in the background, fate was already icing the stairs, and during the 20th century's first decade the dull were full of themselves, and the bright were full of doubt, so the wealth of the empires (amassed over 5 centuries) was trashed in the woodchipper of W. W. I. Virginia reeled, but she knew that a part of every process is only discipline, so she buffed-up with the competence of stout feminist instincts, and the resolve of The Little Engine That Could, became an exalted author and publisher, surrounded herself with a circle of brilliance, and pursued ideas for their own sake. Then the depression flipped her out, and W. W. II shook the ground beneath her feet (and a German bomb flattened her house), and the pressure inside her spirit began to build (you can hide the fire but you can't hide the smoke), and like the pressure in the atmosphere, she didn't sense it, but it was still there, at 15 pounds per square inch, and mistaking feeling for thinking (the undiagnosed bipolar), she guessed that 59 was old enough, and that coping might be the mesh through which real life escapes, so she spit the bit, channeled her inner Billy Joe McAllister, donned an overcoat, filled the pockets with stones, walked into the River Ouse, and never came back.

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        Irish Fairy Tales : Illustrated By Arthur Rackham

      The First UK Trade Printing published by Macmillan & Co. (London) in 1920. The Book is in near Fine condition. Light pushing at the spine ends. Slight dulling of the gilt to the spine. Light offsetting to the end papers. Free from inscriptions and erasures. The fragile paper WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good+ or better condition. Some edge wear with nicks and a little creasing in places. Closed tears to the rear lower spine fold, rear flap fold and to the rear upper edge. Some tape reinforcement to the front flap fold and upper spine to the verso supporting closed tears. A little light creasing to the front panel. The wrapper presents very well and the Celtic design looks very striking in the removable brodart archival cover. Sixteen tipped-in color plates with captioned tissue guards and text illustrations in black and white by Arthur Rackham. In this book, Rackham broke new ground in the illustration of Irish literature. He had been persuaded to tackle Stephens's stories by Walter Starkie, who had vowed to give his uncle 'no peace' until he had agreed to illustrate them. In writing the stories, Stephens had attempted to create an Irish equivalent of The Arabian Nights, his own poetic retelling of the stories which existed in the oral tradition and in Gaelic texts, but which had not appeared accessibly in print. Rackham rose to the occasion, and his nephew's haunting of him was justified. The Dublin Independent was particularly warm in welcoming the collection, remarking: 'We read English tales with appreciation because pictures have familiarised us with English imagery. A Fenian tale lacks imagery because we have no art to give it colour and shape to what are presently only names. Some of Mr. Rackham's pictures are pure poems - they set you dreaming." (Hamilton, p. 128).'Rackham's two great books of the twenties were James Stephens' Irish Fairy Tales of 1920 and Shakespeare's Tempest of 1926. Beyond the softness of style and inventiveness, the most striking thing about the colour plates for Irish Fairy Tales is the felicitous and appropriate use of celtic borders' (Gettings, p. 143).Latimore and Haskell, p. 52. Riall, p. 138. Gettings, p.179. Hamilton, p. 185. A very scarce title to find with such attributes. More images are available on request. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.

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        Flappers and Philosophers

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920 New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920. First edition, first printing. Publisher's dark green cloth (Bruccoli's "B" binding), lettered in blind to front board and lettered in gilt to spine. A very good copy with some light wear and fading to spine, a faint white mark (approx. 1-inch) to lettering on front board, spine slightly shaken at a few gatherings within text block, former owner signature in pencil to front free endpaper, otherwise clean. Overall, an attractive copy. Bruccoli A6.I.a. Flappers and Philosophers, the author's first collection of short stories, followed Fitzgerald's debut novel This Side of Paradise, which brought the twenty-four-year old author much critical and commercial fame. As per Scribner's sales tactics, each collection of short stories was scheduled to follow the publication of a novel, with the goal of the short story collection feeding off the popularity of its companion novel. Flappers and Philosophers contains 8 of the author's best early stories: "The Offshore Pirate," "The Ice Palace," "Head and Shoulders," "The Cut-Glass Bowl," "Bernice Bobs Her Hair," "Benediction," "Dalyrimple Goes Wrong," and "The Four Fists." In these pieces, Fitzgerald introduces his archetypal Jazz Age characters that would come to be collectively known as the Lost Generation: attractive, impulsive young women (flappers) and licentious, nomadic young men (philosophers). . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        I Nuraghi

      Tipi Cav. G. de Martini - Benevento, 1920. ITALIANO 0,03 Fascicolo degli anni '20 in stato discreto, coperta in cartoncino, pieghe, macchie, bordo e punte consumati con due piccole lacerazioni, tagli poco bruniti, pagine, in carta patinata, in stato discreto, accenno di fioritura sparsa. Su frontespizio dedica autografa dell'Autore, con luogo e data. 6 illustrazioni in b. e n. in testo, una fuori testo. Estratto dalla Rivista Mensile del Touring Club Italiano, marzo 1917. USATO

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        The Economic Consequences of the Peace

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1920. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, First Printing. Very Good, with foxing to top edge of page block, corners a bit pushed in, toning to pages and previous owner name to front paste down, in a Good dust jacket which is edge worn with chipping, toned along the edges and spine, and a bit soiled. Scarce in the dust jacket.

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        Voyages

      Paris: Éditions de la Galerie Simon, 1920. [28] pagine. 32x23 cm.Brossura editoriale molto ben conservata, con lievissime bruniture. 25 xilografie originali di Maurice de Vlaminck, di cui una in copertina. Custodia cartonata. Tiratura di 107 esemplari numerati (n. 80), firmati dall'Autore e dall'Artista. [M244] Maurice de Vlaminck (Parigi, 1876 - Rueil-la-Gadelière, 1958), celebre pittore francese, dopo la breve militanza nel gruppo dei "Fauves" entrò nel circolo di artisti dell'Ecole de Paris, avvicinandosi al Cubismo e all'Espressionismo. Quest'ultima corrente caratterizzò la sua produ-zione dal primo dopoguerra in poi, periodo in cui iniziò a dedicarsi anche all'illustrazione del libro. «Voyages» costituì la sua prima esperienza come illustratore.

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        La Gazette du Bon Ton - Art - Modes & Frivolités - Lucien Vogel, Directeur. N°4 - 1920 - 3e année. (Numéro complet).

      P., Edition Lucien Vogel, 1920, 1 vol. in-8 (245 x 198) en feuilles sous couverture imprimée en noir, de (5) ff. (sommaire & publicités paginés XXV à XXXIV) - 32 pp. (paginées de 101 à 132) - 8 planches H.T. (Pl. 24 à 31) - 1 cahier titré "Robes pour l'été 1920 - Le panorama est de Raoul Dufy. Les soieries sont de Bianchini Férier et Cie composées par Raoul Dufy" contenant 1 panorama dépliant formé de 4 planches couleurs numéroté "Pl. 21 à 24. Couverture assez fortement tachée, dos insolé avec petites déchirures sans manque, très bel exemplaire par ailleurs. - 8 planches hors texte coloriées au pochoir par Siméon, Charles Martin, Maurice Leroy, Zyg-Brunner, Pierre Brissaud (2), André Marty et Mario Simon pour des créations de Doeuillet, Jeanne Lanvin, Paul Poiret, Worth et Beer + 1 dépliant en 4 planches, croquis en couleurs par Raoul Dufy. Articles illustrés en couleurs : "Dernières voitures", texte de Robert Burnand, dessins de Jacques Brissaud - "1830", Henriot, Brissaud - "Psychologie de la Parure", Georges-Armand Masson, Bénito - "La découverte de l'Ile Torquate, de son influence sur les traditions du Dandysme dans les vieux pays", Pierre Mac Orlan, Martin - "Manteaux pour la mer et l'auto", Gérard Bauër, Zyg-Brunner - "Ronflonflons", Marcel Astruc, Bénito - "Rapport de M. d'Hozier", Jean de Bonnefon, Félix Lorioux - "Children's corner", Louis-Léon Martin, Maggie Salzedo. "La Gazette du Bon Ton "Art, Goût, Beauté" est une revue de mode fondée à Paris en 1912 par Lucien Vogel. Elle a paru jusqu'en 1925, avec une interruption de 1916 à 1920, soit 69 livraisons. Elle comprend 573 planches coloriées au pochoir et 148 croquis représentant des modèles de couturiers. Chaque fascicule constitue un album de luxe, imprimé sur beau papier en Cochin, caractère totalement nouveau à l'époque. De nombreux artistes y ont collaboré : Guy Arnoux, Léon Bakst, George Barbier, Benito, Pierre Brissaud, Boutet de Monvel, Umberto Brunelleschi, Chas Laborde, Jean-Gabriel Domergue, Raoul Dufy, Édouard Halouze, Alexandre Iacovleff, Jean Emile Laboureur, Georges Lepape, Charles Loupot, Charles Martin, André-Edouard Marty Ces artistes, inconnus pour la plupart lorsque Lucien Vogel fait appel à eux, imposeront une nouvelle image de la femme. Ils garderont de leur collaboration à cette revue un socle esthétique commun et exposeront leurs œuvres sous le nom de Collaborateurs de la Gazette du bon ton. Les planches représentent les robes des créateurs de l'époque : Lanvin, Doeuillet, Paquin, Poiret, Worth, Vionnet, Doucet. Certaines planches ne figurent aucun modèle réel, mais seulement l'idée que l'illustrateur se fait de la mode du jour. [ ] La naissance de la Gazette du bon ton est un événement dans l'histoire de l'édition de mode. C'est la première revue qui allie souci esthétique, exigence de beauté et d'unité plastique." (Sources Wikipédia).

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        La Gazette du Bon Ton - Art - Modes & Frivolités - Lucien Vogel, Directeur. N°6 - 1920 - 3e année. (Numéro complet).

      P., Edition Lucien Vogel, 1920, 1 vol. in-8 (245 x 198) en feuilles sous couverture imprimée en noir, de (4) ff. (sommaire & publicités paginés XLIII à L) - 32 pp. (paginées de 165 à 196) - 8 planches H.T. (Pl. 40 à 47) - 1 cahier titré "Un studio, un coin de feu, une chambre à coucher et une chambre d'enfants de Francis Jourdain" contenant 4 planches couleurs numérotées XXIX à XXXII. Dos insolé avec petit manque en bas, très bel exemplaire par ailleurs. - 8 planches hors texte coloriées au pochoir par Pierre Brissaud (3), Maurice Leroy, Zinoview, André Marty, Georges Lepape et Drian pour des créations de Doeuillet, Jeanne Lanvin, Paul Poiret, Worth et Beer + 4 planches, croquis en couleurs par Francis Jourdain. Articles illustrés en couleurs : "L'Age du Laque", texte de Henri Duvernois, dessins de Charles Martin - "Ah, mon beau chateau", Emile Henriot, Pierre Brissaud - "Les marchandes d'espoir", Sylviac, Martin - "L'impossible hallali", P.L., Eyre de Lanux - "Héraldique d'Angleterre", Jean de Bonnefon, Félix Lorioux et Catti - "Djersador d'Ispahal", Célio, Siméon - "Le divan de Véronique", Louis-Léon Martin, Robert Polack - "Avênement des Amazones", Mayotte, Bénito. "La Gazette du Bon Ton "Art, Goût, Beauté" est une revue de mode fondée à Paris en 1912 par Lucien Vogel. Elle a paru jusqu'en 1925, avec une interruption de 1916 à 1920, soit 69 livraisons. Elle comprend 573 planches coloriées au pochoir et 148 croquis représentant des modèles de couturiers. Chaque fascicule constitue un album de luxe, imprimé sur beau papier en Cochin, caractère totalement nouveau à l'époque. De nombreux artistes y ont collaboré : Guy Arnoux, Léon Bakst, George Barbier, Benito, Pierre Brissaud, Boutet de Monvel, Umberto Brunelleschi, Chas Laborde, Jean-Gabriel Domergue, Raoul Dufy, Édouard Halouze, Alexandre Iacovleff, Jean Emile Laboureur, Georges Lepape, Charles Loupot, Charles Martin, André-Edouard Marty Ces artistes, inconnus pour la plupart lorsque Lucien Vogel fait appel à eux, imposeront une nouvelle image de la femme. Ils garderont de leur collaboration à cette revue un socle esthétique commun et exposeront leurs œuvres sous le nom de Collaborateurs de la Gazette du bon ton. Les planches représentent les robes des créateurs de l'époque : Lanvin, Doeuillet, Paquin, Poiret, Worth, Vionnet, Doucet. Certaines planches ne figurent aucun modèle réel, mais seulement l'idée que l'illustrateur se fait de la mode du jour. [ ] La naissance de la Gazette du bon ton est un événement dans l'histoire de l'édition de mode. C'est la première revue qui allie souci esthétique, exigence de beauté et d'unité plastique." (Sources Wikipédia).

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        La Gazette du Bon Ton - Art - Modes & Frivolités - Lucien Vogel, Directeur. N°3 - 1920 - 3e année. (Numéro complet).

      P., Edition Lucien Vogel, 1920, 1 vol. in-8 (245 x 198) en feuilles sous couverture imprimée en noir, de (4) ff. (sommaire & publicités paginés XVII à XXIV) - (1) f. (pl. H.T. en noir sur papier glacé Le Batik Français) - 32 pp. (paginées de 69 à 100) - 8 planches H.T. (Pl. 16 à 23) - 1 cahier titré "Croquis de Modes d'été par Mario Simon d'après les Modèle de Beer, Douillet, Lanvin, Paul Poiret, Worth" contenant 4 planches couleurs numérotées de XVII à XX. Couverture tachée, dos insolé renforcé par l'intérieur au Filmoplast avec manques en haut et bas, très bel exemplaire par ailleurs. - 8 planches hors texte coloriées au pochoir par Robert Bonfils, Georges Lepape, Charles Martin, Bernard Boutet de Monvel (2), Pierre Brissaud (2) et André Marty pour des créations de Doeuillet, Jeanne Lanvin, Paul Poiret, Worth et Beer + 4 planches de croquis en couleurs par Mario Simon. Articles illustrés en couleurs : "La nature à Paris", texte de Marcel Astruc, dessins de Jeanne Dubouchet - "Première lettre à une élégante Marocaine" texte de El Veey, dessins de Boutet de Monvel - "Le chant du Rossignol" par Charles Martin, décor de Matisse - "Kees Van Dongen" par Jean-Louis Vaudoyer, croquis de Van Dongen - "La mode et l'histoire", Henriot, Bonfils - "Elles se maquillent, elles ont raison", Sylviac, Maggie Salzedo - "Robes de l'été", Georges-Armand Masson, Mario Simon - "Les trois noblesses de la Chambre", Jean Bonnefon, Félix Lorioux - "Voilettes", Nicolas Bonnechose, Bénito. "La Gazette du Bon Ton "Art, Goût, Beauté" est une revue de mode fondée à Paris en 1912 par Lucien Vogel. Elle a paru jusqu'en 1925, avec une interruption de 1916 à 1920, soit 69 livraisons. Elle comprend 573 planches coloriées au pochoir et 148 croquis représentant des modèles de couturiers. Chaque fascicule constitue un album de luxe, imprimé sur beau papier en Cochin, caractère totalement nouveau à l'époque. De nombreux artistes y ont collaboré : Guy Arnoux, Léon Bakst, George Barbier, Benito, Pierre Brissaud, Boutet de Monvel, Umberto Brunelleschi, Chas Laborde, Jean-Gabriel Domergue, Raoul Dufy, Édouard Halouze, Alexandre Iacovleff, Jean Emile Laboureur, Georges Lepape, Charles Loupot, Charles Martin, André-Edouard Marty Ces artistes, inconnus pour la plupart lorsque Lucien Vogel fait appel à eux, imposeront une nouvelle image de la femme. Ils garderont de leur collaboration à cette revue un socle esthétique commun et exposeront leurs œuvres sous le nom de Collaborateurs de la Gazette du bon ton. Les planches représentent les robes des créateurs de l'époque : Lanvin, Doeuillet, Paquin, Poiret, Worth, Vionnet, Doucet. Certaines planches ne figurent aucun modèle réel, mais seulement l'idée que l'illustrateur se fait de la mode du jour. [ ] La naissance de la Gazette du bon ton est un événement dans l'histoire de l'édition de mode. C'est la première revue qui allie souci esthétique, exigence de beauté et d'unité plastique." (Sources Wikipédia).

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        La Gazette du Bon Ton - Art - Modes & Frivolités - Lucien Vogel, Directeur. N°10 - 1920 - 3e année. (Numéro complet).

      P., Edition Lucien Vogel, 1920, 1 vol. in-8 (245 x 198) en feuilles sous couverture imprimée en noir, de (4) ff. (sommaire & publicités paginé LXXXI à LXXXVIII) - 32 pp. (paginées de 293 à 324) - 8 planches H.T. - 1 cahier titré "Un boudoir et quelques meubles par Bagge & Huguet" contenant 4 planches couleurs numérotées XLV à XLVIII. Couverture légèrement poussiéreuse, dos insolé avec petite déchirure sans manque en coiffe supérieure, très bel exemplaire par ailleurs. - 8 planches hors texte coloriées au pochoir par Charles Martin (2), Benito (2), André Marty, Pierre Brissaud, Iacovleff et Drian + 4 planches de croquis en couleurs par Bagge & Huguet. Articles illustrés en couleurs de : Roger Burnand "Les amusements de la vie privée", dessins d'André Marty - Pierre Mac Orlan "L'Ile Torquate", dessins de Charles Martin - Hervé Lauwick "Les ventres dorés", dessins de Marcelle Pichon - Georges-Armand Masson "Les regrets superflus", dessins de Mourgue - Roger Boutet de Monvel "La chasse au renard" dessins de Jacques Brissaud - Marcel Astruc "Métamorphoses", dessins de Benito - Eugène Marsan "La belle canne", dessins de Bernard Boutet de Monvel - Roger Allard "Petits ports de la Méditerranée", dessins de Siméon. "La Gazette du Bon Ton "Art, Goût, Beauté" est une revue de mode fondée à Paris en 1912 par Lucien Vogel. Elle a paru jusqu'en 1925, avec une interruption de 1916 à 1920, soit 69 livraisons. Elle comprend 573 planches coloriées au pochoir et 148 croquis représentant des modèles de couturiers. Chaque fascicule constitue un album de luxe, imprimé sur beau papier en Cochin, caractère totalement nouveau à l'époque. De nombreux artistes y ont collaboré : Guy Arnoux, Léon Bakst, George Barbier, Benito, Pierre Brissaud, Boutet de Monvel, Umberto Brunelleschi, Chas Laborde, Jean-Gabriel Domergue, Raoul Dufy, Édouard Halouze, Alexandre Iacovleff, Jean Emile Laboureur, Georges Lepape, Charles Loupot, Charles Martin, André-Edouard Marty Ces artistes, inconnus pour la plupart lorsque Lucien Vogel fait appel à eux, imposeront une nouvelle image de la femme. Ils garderont de leur collaboration à cette revue un socle esthétique commun et exposeront leurs œuvres sous le nom de Collaborateurs de la Gazette du bon ton. Les planches représentent les robes des créateurs de l'époque : Lanvin, Doeuillet, Paquin, Poiret, Worth, Vionnet, Doucet. Certaines planches ne figurent aucun modèle réel, mais seulement l'idée que l'illustrateur se fait de la mode du jour. [ ] La naissance de la Gazette du bon ton est un événement dans l'histoire de l'édition de mode. C'est la première revue qui allie souci esthétique, exigence de beauté et d'unité plastique." (Sources Wikipédia).

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        La Gazette du Bon Ton - Art - Modes & Frivolités - Lucien Vogel, Directeur. N°9 - 1920 - 3e année. (NUMERO COMPLET).

      P., aux éditions Lucien Vogel, 1920, 1 vol. in-8° (257 x 200) en feuilles, sous couverture crème imprimée en noir, de X pp. (Sommaire et Publicités illustrées en couleurs, paginés de LXXI à LXXX) - 32 pp. (paginées de 261 à 292) - 8 planches hors-texte - cahier renfermant 4 pl. de croquis de Ruhlmann. Dos insolé avec petit accroc en coiffe supérieure renforcé par l'intérieur au Filmoplast, très bel exemplaire par ailleurs. - 8 planches hors texte (pl. 64 à 71), coloriées au pochoir, de L'Hom, Maurice Leroy, Siméon, Drian, Charles Martin, André-Edouard Marty, Pierre Brissaud et Alexandre Iacovleff, pour des créations de Paul Poiret, Worth, Doeuillet, Beer, Jeanne Lanvin + 4 planches de croquis par Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann sous cahier titré "Une salle de bains et deux pages de croquis par Ruhlmann". Articles illustrés en couleurs: - Pronostics (texte de Jean-Louis Vaudoyer, dessins de Mario Simon) - Plumages (Nicolas Bonnechose, Benito) - Géographie vestimentaire (Georges-Armand Masson, L'Hom) - Versailles qui dort (Marcel Duminy, Laboureur) - En partie double (Hervé Lauwick, Zyg-Brunner) - La moderne Héloïse (Gérard Bauër, Marcelle Pichon) - De quelques attributs masculins (Roger et Bernard Boutet de Monvel) - A propos de bottes. et de gants. (Louis Léon-Martin) - Explication des planches. Numéro bien complet."La Gazette du Bon Ton "Art, Goût, Beauté" est une revue de mode fondée à Paris en 1912 par Lucien Vogel. Elle a paru jusqu'en 1925, avec une interruption de 1916 à 1920, soit 69 livraisons. Elle comprend 573 planches coloriées au pochoir et 148 croquis représentant des modèles de couturiers. Chaque fascicule constitue un album de luxe, imprimé sur beau papier en Cochin, caractère totalement nouveau à l'époque. De nombreux artistes y ont collaboré : Guy Arnoux, Léon Bakst, George Barbier, Benito, Pierre Brissaud, Bernard Boutet de Monvel, Umberto Brunelleschi, Chas Laborde, Jean-Gabriel Domergue, Raoul Dufy, Édouard Halouze, Alexandre Iacovleff, Jean Emile Laboureur, Georges Lepape, Charles Loupot, Charles Martin, André-Edouard Marty Ces artistes, inconnus pour la plupart lorsque Lucien Vogel fait appel à eux, imposeront une nouvelle image de la femme. Ils garderont de leur collaboration à cette revue un socle esthétique commun et exposeront leurs œuvres sous le nom de Collaborateurs de la Gazette du bon ton. Les planches représentent les robes des créateurs de l'époque : Lanvin, Doeuillet, Paquin, Poiret, Worth, Vionnet, Doucet. Certaines planches ne figurent aucun modèle réel, mais seulement l'idée que l'illustrateur se fait de la mode du jour. [ ] La naissance de la Gazette du bon ton est un événement dans l'histoire de l'édition de mode. C'est la première revue qui allie souci esthétique, exigence de beauté et d'unité plastique." (Sources Wikipédia). Réf. biblio. : Colas 1202.

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        La Gazette du Bon Ton - Art - Modes & Frivolités - Lucien Vogel, Directeur. N°5 - 1920 - 3e année (NUMERO COMPLET).

      P., Aux Editions Lucien Vogel, 1920, 1 vol. in-8 (254 x 192) en feuilles sous couverture imprimée en noir, publicité illustrée en couleur au plat inférieur pour "Le Filet de Sole de Bruxelles", restaurant des Halles, de (4) ff. (sommaire, publicités, paginés XXXV à XLII) - (32) pp. (paginées de 133 à 164) - 8 planches hors-texte - cahier renfermant 4 pl. de croquis de Süe & Mare. Dos insolé avec petit accroc en coiffe supérieure renforcé par l'intérieur au Filmoplast, très bel exemplaire par ailleurs. - 8 planches hors texte (pl. 32 à 39), coloriées au pochoir, de Bénito, L'Hom, Siméon, Pierre Brissaud (2), André-Edouard Marty, Georges Lepape et Bernard Boutet de Monvel, pour des créations de Paul Poiret, Worth, Doeuillet, Beer, Jeanne Lanvin + 4 planches de croquis par Süe et Mare sous cahier titré "Aménagement d'une Loge d'Actrice par Süe & Mare exécuté par La Compagnie des Arts Français". Les pages publicitaires contiennent : Coiffures par Emile Ltd - Produits du Dr Dys Darcy - Fourrures Weil (illustration pleine page non signée mais dans l'esprit de Charles Martin) - Chez Mercier (illustration pleine page monogrammée) - Eugène de Londres (illustration à pleine page non signée) - Mappin & Webb (illustration à pleine page signée Edouard Halouze) - Mercie Mc Hardy (illustration à pleine page monogrammée M. R. (Romme)) - Técla 'illustration à pleine page très visuelle monogrammée EX).Articles illustrés en couleurs: - Rêveries sur un paysage (Texte d'Emile Henriot - dessins de Laboureur) - Les beaux bas (Eugène Marsan - Bénito) - Du sable, de la volupté, de la mer (Gérard Bauër - Robert Bonfils) - Bijouterie Fétichiste (Jean Bernier - Roger Roy) - Modes Tchéco-Slovaques (Nicolas Boonnechose - L'Hom) - Transparences (Marcel Astruc - Mario Simon) - Spectacles (Jacques Porel - Marty) - Fenêtres et crevés (Georges-Armand Masson - Jaques). "La Gazette du Bon Ton "Art, Modes & Frivolités" est une revue de mode fondée à Paris en 1912 par Lucien Vogel. Elle a paru jusqu'en 1925, avec une interruption de 1916 à 1920, soit 69 livraisons. Elle comprend 573 planches coloriées au pochoir et 148 croquis représentant des modèles de couturiers. Chaque fascicule constitue un album de luxe, imprimé sur beau papier en Cochin, caractère totalement nouveau à l'époque. De nombreux artistes y ont collaboré : Guy Arnoux, Léon Bakst, George Barbier, Benito, Pierre Brissaud, Bernard Boutet de Monvel, Umberto Brunelleschi, Chas Laborde, Jean-Gabriel Domergue, Raoul Dufy, Édouard Halouze, Alexandre Iacovleff, Jean Emile Laboureur, Georges Lepape, Charles Loupot, Charles Martin, André-Edouard Marty Ces artistes, inconnus pour la plupart lorsque Lucien Vogel fait appel à eux, imposeront une nouvelle image de la femme. Ils garderont de leur collaboration à cette revue un socle esthétique commun et exposeront leurs œuvres sous le nom de Collaborateurs de la Gazette du bon ton. Les planches représentent les robes des créateurs de l'époque : Lanvin, Doeuillet, Paquin, Poiret, Worth, Vionnet, Doucet. Certaines planches ne figurent aucun modèle réel, mais seulement l'idée que l'illustrateur se fait de la mode du jour. [.] La naissance de la Gazette du bon ton est un événement dans l'histoire de l'édition de mode. C'est la première revue qui allie souci esthétique, exigence de beauté et d'unité plastique." (Sources Wikipédia). Réf. biblio. : Colas 1202.

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        LE LIVRE DES MILLE NUITS ET UNE NUIT Traduction littérale et complète du J.C. Madrus.

      Paris, Fasquelle, s.d. (1920 ca.). In-4, voll. 8, bella legatura edit. in mz. pelle, dorso a cordoni con deliziosa decoraz. a colori e oro in stile orientale e tit. oro su doppio tassello, tagli sup. dorati, pp. (4),395; (4),347; (4),339; (4),315; (4),355; (4),371; (4),371; (20),347. Ogni pagina del testo è inquadrata in cornice con fregi colorati. Magnifica ediz. d'arte illustrata da compless. 156 tavv. a colori f.t. che riproducono in facsimile miniature tratte da antichi manoscritti indiani e persiani. "Cette édition est illustrée par le fac-similé des miniatures, encadrements et enluminures qui ornent les manuscrits originaux persans et hindus. Chromotypes gravés par Mulot, Kriéger et C.ie. . Planches en couleurs tirées par G. de Malherbe". "J.C. Mardrus' (1868-1949) translation caught the literary mood of the time.. Much the best version of the Nights in any language (T.E. Lawrence)". Cfr. Carteret,IV, p. 281: "Belle édition recherchée et très cotée". Esempl. molto ben conservato.

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        Indien. Handbuch für Reisende. Mit 22 Karten, 33 Plänen und 8 Grundrissen.

      LXXIV + 358 S. OLwd. mit OSch. Mit allen Karten und Plänen. Hinrichsen D 499: Neudruck 1920 laut Schutzumschlag. - OSch. etw. fleckig. Schönes Expl. - Weitere Titelei am Schutzumschlag: Ceylon. Vorderindien. Birma. Die malayische Halbinsel. Siam. Java.

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        The Novels, comprising Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion and Emma. With Introductions by R. Brimley Johnson.

      London: Robert Riviere and Son, Limited, n.d. (c.1920). [English Literature]. 5 volumes, octavo (18 x 12cm). Attractively printed and bound by Riviere with five tissue-guarded colour plate illustrations by Charles Brock. Half bright red calf over buckram sides, tooled in gilt to spines, t.e.g., marbled endpapers. Edges of text block toned, leather in good condition, pleasingly aged to spines with no chips or cracks. A very good set indeed.

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        View of Man Sitting] "At St. Paul's, N.Y.C"

      Manhattan, New York: 1920 - Original drawing. Titled in the image. Signed, titled and dated on the support sheet. 10 x 7 inches. Provenance: Part of a portfolio of original works given to the collector Natalie Williams on June 1, 1937 by Wall. Natalie Williams, was the sister-in-law of the Texas collector N.C. Matthewson of Marshall, Texas, and both were owners of the Made-Rite Company. She was a patroness of artists and an art donor to Texas A & M University.Bernhardt Wall was born in Buffalo, New York on Dec. 30, 1872. He studied at the Buffalo Art Student's League then moved on to study in New York under Henry Reuterdahl and also apprenticed under William Auerbach-Levy. Wall began a career as a lithographic illustrator in 1889 working primarily as a commercial artist in New York and Buffalo. He soon became known as the "Postcard King" and designed over 5,000 comic cards. The year 1915 marked a defining point in Wall's artistic career. Wall visited Colorado, Nevada and California making etchings of Indians, cowboys and major cities which were later published in a portfolio entitled, "Under Western Skies." These proved to be very successful and the artist shortly thereafter moved to California permanently. Wall continued to produce many fine etchings of the American West and by 1930 had also become a much respected historian of the region.Bernhardt Wall was unique in that he not only drew the etchings for his books, but he also printed and bound them. His books are in libraries and universities around the world including the British Museum, Library of Congress, the libraries of Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and Brown Universities. His works were also in the private collections of J. P. Morgan, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Henry C. Frick and Dr. N.C. Mathewson. Wall etched three sitting presidents of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, Warren Taft, and Henry Coolidge. Other prominent individuals etched by Wall include Sam Houston, Mark Twain, Thomas A. Edison, Abraham Lincoln, and Andrew Jackson.Artist and historian, Bernhardt Wall (1872-1956) was a pioneer etcher and producer of fine press books who treated a vast array of subjects, including Texas and the Southwest. Historians of fine press printing have compared him to William Blake. This collection of Wall's scrapbooks, publications, and correspondence was built by collector Natalie Williams of Marshall, Texas.

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        Bulgarski baladi, s sedem risunki ot Sirak Skitnik [Bulgarian ballads, with seven drawings by Sirak Skitnik]

      Sofia: Khemus, 1920. Octavo (22.5 × 17 cm). Original pictorial wrappers by Sirak Skitnik; 47 pp. Frontis portrait and seven leaves of illustrations by Sirak Skitnik. Small tear to upper spine extremity; discrete owner signature to title; overall still a very good copy. An important volume of Bulgarian Symbolist poetry by Traianov (1882-1945), a politician and poet who collaborated with noted Bulgarian modernist journals such as "Vezni" and "Zveno" and co-edited the Symbolist journal "Khiperion" in 1922-31. Having absorbed the influences of the Viennese boheme, Traianov went on to create a new brand of Bulgarian symbolism that expressed transcendental values, mystic experience and even revived a kind of Bulgarian religious messianism. This landmark collection was a particularly lavish affair, printed on better paper and illustrated with seven striking drawings by Sirak Skitnik. They reveal this Bulgarian avant-garde artist's characteristic fusion of Bulgarian folkloric motifs and avant-garde stylistic devices, such as abstraction and angularity. The cover features "expressionistically elongated nuns, haloed heads affectingly bowed, who stride through a serried landscape. The somber tenor of the stark figuration contrasts with the flowing lines of the sheaves being borne, and with the rich pattern of abstract striations that border the scene" (NYPL Catalog p. 26, fig. 24). Jacono 5. Rare, especially in such good condition. OCLC shows three copies in the United States, at Stanford, Ohio State, and NYPL (see their Digital Collection: http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/dgkeysearchresult.cfm?parent_id=1045057).

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        Originalphotographie mit eigenh. Widmung und U. von Regers Witwe Elsa verso.

      O. O., Dezember 1920. - 114:83 mm. Die Aufnahme "aus glücklicher Zeit" zeigt, wie Elsa Reger vermerkt, das Ehepaar Reger und dessen Adoptivtöchter samt Hündchen im April 1915 in Jena.

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        L'oggi e il domani della trazione elettrica ad accumulatori in Italia

      Tipo-Litografia Rebeschini, 1920. In 4 (cm 24 x 34), pp. 50 + (10) con grandi foto in bianco/nero a piena pagina nel testo. Brossura editoriale. Interessante pubblicazione, rarissima, sulla trazione elettrica ad accumulatori non soltanto nella trazione ferroviaria ma anche in quella tramviaria e su strada ordinaria. Vi sono infatti immagini di quelle che possono essere considerate le antesignane delle macchine elettriche a tutti gli effetti. Ad esempio: autocarri ad accumulatori (4 immagini); furgoni (2); furgoni per il servizio postale (2); elettromobile in servizio presso le regie Poste di Milano per il ritiro della corrispondenza (1); servizio d'omnibus d'albergo alla Stazione di Milano (1); autobus per istituti scolastici (1); carro-botte per innaffiamento stradale (1); veicolo della ditta Rognini & Balbo per il linificio e canapificio nazionale (1); elettromobile in uso nel comune di Udine (1). La prima parte e' invece riservata - anch'essa riccamente illustrata - alla trazione ferroviaria con immagini di vari locomotori in uso a Savigliano, Cinzano e Santa Vittoria d'Alba, Voltri, presso il dinamitificio Nobel di Avigliana, presso le acciaierie di Terni; ecc... ITA

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        Liverpool, Princes Avenue.

      c.1920. Size: 230 x 325 mm. Carbon print photograph on textured paper. Very good condition. Titled on the verso by Charles Job. Charles Job a stockbroker by profession, was a passionate amateur and became a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in 1895, contributing to the annual exhibitions of the Society and the Linked Ring. (The Linked Ring was a brotherhood consisting of a group of photographers based in London which pledged to enhance photography as a fine art). During the First World War he was based at the Censor's Office in Liverpool. After the war he returned to Sussex, and in 1922 moved to 8 Spring Terrace, Richmond. In 1928, two year before his death, he was made an Honorary Fellow of the RPS in recognition of his eminence in pictorial photography.

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        Night and Day

      New York: Doran, 1920. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. 1st American edition of her second book, mining Shakespeare's As You Like It. Near fine (edges slightly faded), in a very good jacket, faint shadow of a number on the spine, edgetears and corner chips, but no repair, and for this jacket, more pleasing than doing good in secret and being found out by accident. In answer to Albee's question, I'm afraid of Virginia Woolf. There's not enough space here, and I'm not smart enough, nor enough of a researcher to tell you much about her you don't already know, but I'll take my shot at stepping into the shoes of a great lady, and externally considering her for a paragraph attentive to outside events that invaded her inner peace and twisted her life, all because no one ever told her that detachment is the sure, and only, road to serenity She was entitled. Her mother was a Pre-Raphaelite model so she got her babeness by gene. Her father was a Sir of letters with a gigantic personal library, and as a result her home-schooled education was an erudite exhibition of late Victorian society (the way of the mouse, symbolic of industry in quiet places). At 13 her mother died and she crumpled into a (her first) nervous breakdown. She was 18 when the 20th century arrived, so she regrouped, laced her shoes tight and, like most of her generation, met it teeming with hope. But in the background, fate was already icing the stairs, and during the 20th century's first decade the dull were full of themselves, and the bright were full of doubt, so the wealth of the empires (amassed over 5 centuries) was trashed in the woodchipper of W. W. I. Virginia reeled, but she knew that a part of every process is only discipline, so she buffed-up with the competence of stout feminist instincts, and the resolve of The Little Engine That Could, became an exalted author and publisher, surrounded herself with a circle of brilliance, and pursued ideas for their own sake. Then the depression flipped her out, and W. W. II shook the ground beneath her feet (and a German bomb flattened her house), and the pressure inside her spirit began to build (you can hide the fire but you can't hide the smoke), and like the pressure in the atmosphere, she didn't sense it, but it was still there, at 15 pounds per square inch, and mistaking feeling for thinking (the undiagnosed bipolar), she guessed that 59 was old enough, and that coping might be the mesh through which real life escapes, so she spit the bit, channeled her inner Billy Joe McAllister, donned an overcoat, filled the pockets with stones, walked into the River Ouse, and never came back.

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        GYP'S HOUR OF BLISS

      - ALDIN,CECIL. GYP'S HOUR OF BLISS. London & Glasgow: Collins Clear Type Press, no date, circa 1920. Large 4to (9 3/4 x 12 1/4"), cloth backed pictorial boards, some cover soil, corners worn, top margin of some pages scraped else tight, clean and VG. Written by Aldin, this is the story of a mischievous Aberdeen Terrier, illustrated by him with 15 fine full page full color illustrations, 35 illustrations in blue line throughout the text, small color illustration on title page and pictorial endpapers - all printed on glossy paper. This is a very scarce and charming Aldin book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Julius Diez.

      101 Seiten sowie Namen- und Sachregister I-III und 40 erstklassig erhaltene Bilder auf Tafeln Gr.-8, gebundene Ausgabe, grüner Original Ganz-Ledereinband mit goldfarbener Prägung, Kopfgoldschnitt der Einband berieben und teilweise aufgehellt, Innendeckel und Vorsätze in aufwendig gestaltetem Schmuckpapier, Seiten sauber und nicht nachgedunkelt, Bindung absolut fest, insgesamt ein wirklich guter Zustand. Die Tafeln mit Handkupfer- und Lichtdrucken teils auf Bütten, teils auf Künstlerkarton gedruckt. Diese 1920 erschienene Luxusausgabe wurde in einer einmaligen Auflage von 100 Exemplaren (Nr. 1-100) gedruckt. Sämtliche Exemplare wurden vom Künstler eigenhändig signiert. Dies ist Nr. 13. Ein wunderbares bibliophiles Exemplar, insbesondere für alle Kunstliebhaber. Ein Schmuckstück für jede Sammlung. Extrem selten! Julius Diez (* 18. September 1870 in Nürnberg - + 15. Mai 1957 in München) war ein deutscher Maler, Grafiker, Zeichner und Radierer. Er war ein vielseitiger Künstler und arbeitete mit leuchtenden und auf dekorative Wirkung ausgerichteten Farben. Zu seinem Werk zählen auch Kunstgewerbe, Medaillen, Plaketten und Exlibris.

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        Flappers and Philosophers

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920 New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920. First edition, first printing. Publisher's dark green cloth (Bruccoli's "B" binding), lettered in blind to front board and lettered in gilt to spine. A very good copy with some light wear and fading to spine, a faint white mark (approx. 1-inch) to lettering on front board, spine slightly shaken at a few gatherings within text block, former owner signature in pencil to front free endpaper, otherwise clean. Overall, an attractive copy. Bruccoli A6.I.a. Flappers and Philosophers, the author's first collection of short stories, followed Fitzgerald's debut novel This Side of Paradise, which brought the twenty-four-year old author much critical and commercial fame. As per Scribner's sales tactics, each collection of short stories was scheduled to follow the publication of a novel, with the goal of the short story collection feeding off the popularity of its companion novel. Flappers and Philosophers contains 8 of the author's best early stories: "The Offshore Pirate," "The Ice Palace," "Head and Shoulders," "The Cut-Glass Bowl," "Bernice Bobs Her Hair," "Benediction," "Dalyrimple Goes Wrong," and "The Four Fists." In these pieces, Fitzgerald introduces his archetypal Jazz Age characters that would come to be collectively known as the Lost Generation: attractive, impulsive young women (flappers) and licentious, nomadic young men (philosophers). . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        The Poems of John Keats.

      London: At the Florence Press, Chatto & Windus,, 1920. Arranged in chronological order, with a Preface by Sidney Colvin. 2 volumes, square octavo (191 x 140 mm). Contemporary bluish green crushed morocco by Bayntun, spines gilt to compartments, ornate gilt and black tooling to covers, gilt rules to turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Spines slightly faded, minor staining to final 2 leaves of vol. I. An excellent set. A handsomely bound set of the attractive Florence Press edition, originally issued in 1915 – one of the best commercial editions of the poet ever issued, printed in a very appealing and legible type and on good quality paper.

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        Astrophotography: Original Astronomical Double Photograph Of Messier 57, Planetary Nebula M57, The Ring Nebula In Lyra, Gravitational Lensing, From Carnegie Institution Mt. Wilson Observatory

      Pasadena Circa 1920 / 1927: Carnegie Institution, Mt Wilson, 1925. Original Astronomical Photographs . No Binding. Near Fine/No Jacket. Black and White Photographs. Original Astronomical Photograph, Approximately 10" X 5 7/8", Showing Double Image Due To Gravitational Lensing. See "The New Heavens", George Ellery Hale, 1922, P. 32. Mounted On Circa 1920'S Album Card Stock. [Note- Gray/White Cloudiness In Part Of Photograph Is Due To Unavoidable Reflectivity Of This Quite "Live" Original Photograph, An Artifact Of My Photography, Not In The Original Photograph].

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        The Sleeping Beauty.

      London: William Heinemann. 1920. 4to. Original deep pink cloth-backed decorated boards printed in pink, white, and black, preserved in pictorial dustwrapper; pp. [vi], 10-110 + [i]; with a mounted coloured plate, double-page tinted frontispiece, pictorial title, and 3 other double-page coloured plates printed on coated paper together with 57 other silhouettes; an excellent sharp, and fresh, copy with slight flecking to joints and spotting to edges of book block, protected by a near fine dustwrapper with just a little fading and the price of 7/6 to spine. First edition illustrated by Rackham, later issue, retaining the date to the verso of the title-page but without the silhouette endpapers.

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        Ludwig van Beethoven beim Studium einer Partitur. Vor einem geöffneten Fenster, durch das man auf den Stephansdom und die umliegenden Dächer von Wien blickt.

      - Lithographie in Schwarz und Bräuntönen, 1920, signiert. 62:55 cm. Abdruck vor der Verwendung als Plakat für die Beethoven-Ausstellung im Historischen Museum der Stadt Wien. – Gedruckt auf festem Velin, gering stockfleckig sowie mit hinterlegten Randbeschädigungen.

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        Carte photo dédicacée au dos. Vue du Prince, le marteau à la main au dessus de la forge, avec le forgeron et son fils.

      - Carte photographique ( 9 x 12 ). Autographe signé au dos, de son paraphe, au crayon à la mine violine et daté 1920, en "Forgeron de Wieringen" son exil hollandais. Très bon état. Rare. Autographes [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Madrigaux. Images de Raoul Dufy.

      - Paris, Editions de la Sirène, 1920. In-4, (60) pp., broché, couverture rempliée (dos restauré). Edition originale, un des 1000 exemplaires sur vergé Lafuma de Voiron. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). *** Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** Langue : Français

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        Hyperion-Bücherei. Sammlung mit über 490 Bänden der Reihe.

      München später Freiburg Hyperion-Verlag -2003 1920 - 9 x 6 cm. Verschiedene Original-Einbände, anfangs zumeist in Pappe oder in broschierten Feldpostausgaben, nach 1945 ausschließlich in Kunstleder. (098). Sehr umfangreiche, so wohl kein zweites Mal auf dem Markt befindliche Sammlung der beliebten Hyperion-Bücherei. Von allen bis 2003 erschienenen Titeln ist mindestens ein Exemplar in der Sammlung vorhanden. - Da die Bände ohne fortlaufende Nummerierung erschienen sind, ist die beiliegende Bibliographie von Manfred Frankenstein hilfreich. - Einbandzeichnungen von Emil Preetorius und später von Werner Bürger bzw. Jürgen Stammler. - Mit unterschiedlichen Gebrauchsspuren. - Von guter Gesamterhaltung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sächsisches Auktionshaus & Antiquariat]
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        [Parrish, Maxfield] Bookplate: "From the Book-shelf of Theodore Weicker"

      Ca. 1920. The very rare bookplate of Theodore Weicker, noted collector, from the "Knave of Hearts by Maxfield Parrish," mounted on acid free folding card frame, with the Most scarce. The Yale Library has the original material relating to the making of the bookplate, including the lettering. Fine condition. Scarce

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        Astrophotography: Original Astronomical Photographs Of Galaxies Sa Ngc 4594, Sba Ngc 2859, Sb Ngc 2841, Sbb Ngc 5850, Sc Ngc 5457 (M101), Sbc Ngc 7479, On Single Sheet From Carnegie Institution Mt. Wilson Observatory

      Pasadena 1920/ 1940: Carnegie Institution, Mt Wilson Observatory, 1925. Original Astronomical Photographs . No Binding. Near Fine/No Jacket. Six Astronomical Photographs Mounted Together In Single Photograph 19 7/8" X 15 7/8".Interesting Juxtaposition, Probably Made For A Talk Or For Publication. Fine, Do Damage. Small Mt. Wilson Label On Verso, "Mount Wilson Observatory G-77 Types Of Normal And Barred Spirals", Pencil Note In Circle "E. R. H.

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