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        The Complete Poems of the Bronte Sisters

      London: Hodder and Stoughton Ltd., c.1920-23., 1920. 3 vols., 8vo. Finely bound in recent full dark blue morocco, gilt titles and decoration to spine, gilt border to covers, top edge gilt. Held in a protective blue cloth slip case. A fine, attractive set. The 'Poems' represent the Brontes first published work. On her twenty-first birthday, Charlotte Bronte had asked Poet Laureate Robert Southey about her prospects as a writer. 'Literature cannot be the business of a woman's life' was his response. Granting this view of women, the sisters Charlotte, Emily, and Anne adopted pseudonyms to hide their sex, and published a joint collection 'Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell' (May 1846). Although the book failed to attract interest the sisters were undeterred, and began work on their first fiction- Charlotte continued to use the name 'Currer Bell' for her first two novels, 'Jane Eyre' (1847), and 'Shirley' (1849).

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        [Archive of Correspondence Between Morris and Dorothy Glazer]

      Washington DC; Philadelphia, PA; Kansas City, MO, [ca. 1920-1931]. Near fine. 406 hand written letters between Morris Glazer and Dorothy (Cramer) Glazer. Nearly all in original mailing envelopes. 2 8vo. illustrated booklets: WASHINGTON STOCK EXCHANGE REVUE OF 1922; 27pp. String bound at left margin, illustrated card wraps, vignette illustrations and printed music throughout. DINNER OF THE WASHINGTON STOCK EXCHANGE APRIL FIRST 1922; Chromolithograph illustrated card wraps, 30pp. Bound with silk ribbon run through a ticker tape machine at left margin; 30pp. Many of the names and companies listed in Morris' writings appear in these programs, with copious lists of attendees (including Morris) and figures in politics and finance. Booklets about fine. Envelopes moderately worn, letters well preserved, generally near fine. An extensive archive of correspondence covering the Jazz Age, 1929 Stock Market Crash, and early Depression-era between Morris Glazer, financial editor of the Washington Post and Philadelphia Record, and his wife, Dorothy (Cramer) Glazer. The first approximately 180 letters, span the Spring of 1920 into the Fall of 1921. A recent graduate of the University of Missouri, Morris is working as a copy writer on the city desk of the Washington Post and quickly rises to editor of the financial section. His letters are almost exclusively written from either the copy desk or lounge of the National Press Club and capture the daily routine of a newspaper man and the Club atmosphere. Dorothy, residing in Kansas City, is skeptical of his ability to provide for a family on the salary of a newspaper man and as a result, Morris is constantly chasing side work, writing stories, and providing publicity for various trade publications. They are married in September of 1921, after he is made financial editor of the Post, and their letters cease with her relocation to Washington. The correspondence resumes, however, as she travels between March and June of 1923: 134 near daily letters back and forth. By this time, Morris is comfortable in his position as financial editor and appears to be taking full advantage of his access by pursuing aggressively retail trades in the stock market on the strength of insider information. Dorothy, never at ease with his investment strategies, is unimpressed: "You may call it "high finance." I call it "plain gambling." I shall change my opinion when you have much more experience" (April 22, 1923). After her return to Washington, the letters again cease, this time until July 1929 when Morris takes a position as financial editor of the Philadelphia Record, staying during the week at the YMCA and traveling back to Washington by train on weekends. He is still deeply invested in the markets; from his first dispatch from Philadelphia: "I made the rounds today of the some of banks and brokerage houses. Think I'm going to like this job very much. [...] The dope is - hold to N.A. - good for 200. UL is also going up - and Com. + South should go at least 4 or 5 pts higher. If I get any hot news tomorrow, I'll wire you" (July 02, 1929). He pens approximately 20 letters in October and November of 1929, detailing his market moves, the ensuing horror, and his continued efforts at chasing losses. He urges Dorothy to use their son's money to purchase stock in Zenith: "Altho the market went down, things are in much better shape. The heavy selling is over, and the market is acting more naturally. P+W. went up, as you noticed. Think you could buy about 50 shares of Zenith Radio for Harry's money" (November 18, 1929). Their written contact becomes more sporadic throughout 1930 and 1931, ending in October of 1931 when he is presumably let go by the paper. In his final letters he details bank collapses throughout Philadelphia, brokerage houses folding, and steep employment cuts at the Record: "This has been a trying week in Phila. About 12 banks failed, and the stock marked nose-dived. But things are looking a little better now, thanks to Mr. Hoover. As a result of this excitement I have been kept much busier than usual. Had two front page stories this week, one on the closing of a big bank, the other on Mr. Hoover's plan" (October 8, 1931). A rich archive, some 150k+ words in length (with majority from Morris), chronicling the professional and personal life of a financial newspaper man and retail investor during the most significant period in the history of American finance. A complete inventory is available.

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        The History of the South African Forces in France

      Thomas Nelson, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 1st Editionundated however a pencil inscription is dated 1920. several other stamp marks from a previous owner. age related marks and there are a few minor tears that don't affect the text. the boards are worn and marked especially the rear of the book. some light foxing. the binding is excellent. Quantity Available: 1. Category: World War 1; Inventory No: zi99.

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        EIFEL. Reliefpanorama der Eifel mit den Städten als Vogelschauansichten.

      - Aquarell mit Deckfarben über Bleistift, sign. "Atelier J.Ruep", um 1920, 90 x 90 cm. Panorama des Gebietes zwischen Mosel und dem Rhein bis Köln. Detailliert dargestellt ist der Mosellauf mit den vielen Burgen, Schlössern und Ruinen. Vom Hunsrück im Süden über Nordereifel, Maifeld, Hohe Eifel, Schnee-Eifel bis zum Ahrgebirge und dem Hohen Venn ist die gesamte Region sorgfältig dargestellt. In der Ferne schöne Ansichten von Aachen, Düren und Köln. Das Kolorit besticht durch frische und leuchtende Farben. Im unteren Rand der gemalte Titel "Die schöne Eifel. Rheinland". - Auf Leinwand aufgezogen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Original Frank Hurley Photographs of New Guinea

      1920 -1923.. Very good condition. Original publicity photographs by James Francis (Frank) Hurley (1885-1962) the Australian photographer, filmmaker and writer known for his Antarctic photographs, including the destruction of Ernest Shackleton's ship 'Endurance'.After that harrowing journey, Hurley vowed to visit the hottest place on earth, and he undertook two long expeditions to the Torres Strait and New Guinea between 1920 and 1923. From this, he developed a successful anthropological film, 'Pearls and Savages' and the book by the same title. He documented the people, their rites, houses, villages, artifacts, and mountain scenes. Although reviews in Australia were strong (one critic called it "probably the most beautifully photographed pictorial of the kind that has ever been screened"), the film release in America resulted in a financial loss for Hurley, retitled "The Lost Tribe".The book was printed in a New York edition in 1924. A typed sheet is attached to most photos, titled "Guinea Cannibals Look Like a Lost Tribe of Israel, Captain Frank Hurley, Explorer, Finds".Starting saying "A race of head hunters with Jewish features has been discovered by Capt. Frank Hurley, explorer, 280 miles up the Fly River... he said they might have been mistaken for a lost tribe of Israel."One of the images, not published in the book, titled "A view looking out of the entrance of the great kau ravi kaimabi" is reminiscent of Hurley's striking use of light and dark in his images of Australian troops in France and Flanders during WWI. The nine b&w 8 x 10" Hurley prints are also stamped International Newsreel, 226 William Street New York City on the verso. They include: The dubu daima of the Urama men and its initiated warriors; A view looking out of the entrance of the great kau ravi kaimabi (NOT illustrated in the book); A scene on the sand covered coral reef near the entrance to the Great Fly River, Papua; The Mountuan [sic] men wear the dazzling millinery creations made from parrots feathers surmounted with gorgeous plumes of the Baggian [sic] bird of paradise plumes; The main street of Mailu Village, south east Papua (2 copies); Hamoji; the Great Chief of the Sambio Headhunters is shown here wearing his regal plumes of the Raggiana bird of paradise. (Frontispiece of 'Pearls and Savages".) Photographs well handled, with some cracking and creasing at edges. Two photos have loss at corners. Otherwise bright, early impressions. A fascinating survival of Frank Hurley's publicity push for "Pearls and Savages" in the United States.

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        Illustration mit mehreren figürlichen Szenen.

      - Lithographie in Schwarzgrün, rechts unten signiert „Slevogt", auf cremefarbenem Velin. 31:38 cm. Mit zwei kleinen Einrissen im rechten Rand. Gedruckt auf die Rückseite einer Ankündigung des Propyläenverlages, Berlin (o.J.) für die Vorzugsausgabe einer Kalbpergamentmappe, in 200 Exemplaren gedruckt, mit einer Original-Lithographie von Max Slevogt. Vermutlich handelt es sich um die Ankündigung für: Alte Märchen mit der Feder erzählt. Berlin, Propyläen-Verlag 1920. (Vgl. Max Slevogt. Das druckgraphische Werk. 1914-1933. Düsseldorf, G. Söhn 2002, Nr. 329. Provenienz: Sammlung Max Osborn (1870 – 1946), Publizist in Berlin; Galerie Michael Hasenclever, München. Max Slevogt studierte ab 1885 an der Akademie der bildenden Künste in München. Er orientierte sich zunächst an den realistischen Malweisen von Wilhelm Leibl (1844-1900) und Wilhelm Trübner (1851-1917), die den Stil seines Frühwerks bestimmten. Durch einen Aufenthalt an der Académie Julian in Paris 1889 begann er sich dann mit dem Impressionismus auseinanderzusetzten. 1901 zog er - zusammen mit Lovis Corinth (1858-1925) - nach Berlin, wo er Mitglied der 'Berliner Secession' wurde. In dieser Zeit entwickelte er seinen eigenen, charakteristischen Malstil, der anfangs noch vom Jugendstil beeinflusst war. Neben seinen meisterhaften Porträts, Figuren- und Landschaftsbildern begann Slevogt 1906 in Berlin Bühnenbilder und Kostüme für Max Reinhardt und die Kammerspiele des Deutschen Theaters, die gerade neu gegründet worden waren, zu entwerfen. Auf einer Reise durch Ägypten 1914 entstanden 21 Gemälde und zahlreiche Aquarelle und Zeichnungen, die einen Höhepunkt in seinem künstlerischen Werk darstellen. Nach Ausbruch des Ersten Weltkriegs wurde er als 'Kriegsmaler' an die Westfront geschickt. 1917 erhielt er den Vorsitz einer Meisterklasse für Malerei an der Kunstakademie in Berlin. Große Bedeutung erlangte er auch als geistreicher und phantasievoller Illustrator sowie durch sein reichhaltiges und umfangreiches grafisches Werk. Literatur: Sabine Fehlemann, Nicole Hartje: Max Slevogt. Die Berliner Jahre. Wienand Verlag, Köln 2005. Sigrun Paas, Roland Krischke: Max Slevogt in der Pfalz. Bestandskatalog der Slevogt-Galerie. Deutscher Kunstverlag, München, Berlin 2005.Hof Neukastel / Leinsweiler bei Landau (Pfalz) 1932.

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        RUHRGEBIET. Reliefpanorama des gesamten Ruhrgebiets mit den Städten als Vogelschauansichten.

      - Aquarell mit Deckfarben über Bleistift, sign. "J. Ruep Mchn.", um 1920, 99,5 x 191,5 cm. Das Panorama zeigt das Gebiet vom Rheinlauf mit Düsseldorf, Ober- und Niederkassel, Duisburg, Homberg, Rheinberg bis Wesel im Westen und bis Iserlohn, Unna und Hamm im Osten; im Süden wird es begrenzt von Elberfeld und Barmen, im Norden vom Lauf der Lippe mit den Städten Dorsten, Recklinghausen, Lünen und Werne. Detailreich sind die ganzen Städte und Orte dargestellt, die Berge und der Lauf der Flüsse ist plastisch herausgearbeitet. Die großen Städte, wie z.B. Essen, Gelsenkirchen, Bochum und Dortmund sind noch als in sich abgeschlossene Orte erkennbar. - Auf Leinwand aufgezogen, bis auf minimale Bereibungen im äußersten Rand sehr gut erhalten und farbfrisch. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Romans [The Novels]

      Paris: Librairie Plon, 1920-1927., 1920. 15 volumes; 8vo. Text in French. Superb contemporary binding by Levitsky in half brown morocco with four raised bands, gilt titles and extra gilt to spines, marbled boards and end papers, top edges gilt. A very attractive set. LIMITED EDITIONS, printed on "Hollande Van Gelder" paper. Titles include: L'Ombre de la Croix; Un Royaume de Dieu; Marrakech; Rabat; La Maitresse Servante; Quand Israel est Roi; La Randonnee de Samba Diouf; La Tragedie de Ravaillac; La Fete Arabe; Une Releve; L'An Prochain a Jerusalem; Notre Cher Peguy (2 vols); Petite Histoire des Juifs; La Rose de Saron.

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        DER STROM. Nr. 7 [von 7 Heften]. Eine Buchfolge. Heft Nummer Sieben: Alfons Paquet: Der Rhein als Schicksal. Ein Vortrag gesprochen im großen Saal des Gürzenich auf Einladung der Gesellschaft der Künste in Köln.

      Köln am Rhein, Kairos-Verlag, Druck: Buchdruckerei Carl Lutz. 1920,. [nur Jahrgang 1 Nr. 1-7 erschienen]. 22,8 x 15,6 cm, 37 Seiten, 1 Abbildung auf dem Vortitelblatt, (11) Seiten Anzeigen (u. a. Kairos-Verlag, Eugen Diederichs, Gesellschaft der Künste in Köln (=Programm 1919-1920), Rheinland=Lichtspiele, Gemälde-Galerie des Kölnischen Kunstvereins, Kunsthandlung Goyert, Kunst=Salon Abels, Galerie Alfred Flechtheim, Marcello Moroni, Architekt Theodor Merril, Architekten Hansen & Sauren Köln.) Bedruckte Original-Klammerheftung (etwas gebräunt, Ecken leicht bestossen, siehe die Abbildung), einige wenige An- und Unterstreichungen mit rotem Buntstift, sonst ein gutes Exemplar.. Raabe (Zeitschriften) 69. - Walter-Ris, Nierendorf, 2003, darin siehe Seite 59ff: Kairos-Verlag, Zeitschrift und Künstlergemeinschaft "Der Strom" und die "Idee des Herzens". - Rheinische Zeitschrift für Literatur und Kunst.

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        BAD LANDECK. Dekorative Gesamtansicht.

      - Aquarell mit Deckfarben über Bleistift, sign. "J. Ruep Wolf", um 1920, 70 x 99 cm. Gesamtansicht von einem erhöhten Standpunkt aus mit Blick auf Bismarck-Koppe und Riesengebirge mit Glatzer Schneeberg. Im Zentrum sind die Kurgebäude und Parks dargestellt, vorne links das Freibad, von rechts kommend schlängelt sich die Biele durch die Stadt. - Auf festem Zeichenkarton. - Dabei: Das gedruckte Plakat. - Farbenprächtige, lichtdurchflutete Darstellung!

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        Feuer.

      Saarbrücken u.a., Gebr. Hofer, 1920.. Monatsschrift für Kunst und künstlerische Kultur. Jahrgang I, Band II, April bis September 1920. Hrsg. von Guido Bagier. 4°. Goldgepr. OHlwdbd. (leichte Gebrauchsspuren). 16 SS., SS. 493-898 mit zahlr. teils farb. Abb. sowie 1 Orig.-Lithographie von Otto Gleichmann.. Erste Ausgabe. - Seltene literarisch-künstlerische Zeitschrift des Expressionismus mit Texten von Paul Westheim, Alfred Flechtheim, Georg Trakl, Max Herrmann-Neisse, Alfred Döblin, Paul Zech, Oskar Loerke, Oskar Bie, Herbert Eulenberg, Theodor Däubler, Arthur Holitscher, Carl Zuckmayer, Klabund, Oskar Maria Graf, Hans Schiebelhuth, Kasimir Edschmid (u.a. über Heinrich Mann), Carlo Mierendorf, Rudolf Kayser, Max Krell u.a. Neben der Original-Lithographie von Otto Gleichmann sind Illustrationen von George Grosz, Richard Janthur (11), Ernst Barlach, Wilhelm Morgner (13), Josef Eberz (9), Max Burchartz, Max Pechstein, Heinrich Nauen, Paul Klee (2), Franz Marc, Emil Nolde, Ludwig Meidner (2), Oskar Kokoschka (4), Karl Schmidt-Rottluff und Rudolf Grossmann (5) enthalten. - Dietzel-H. II, 958. Perkins 171. Schlawe II, 35 f. Nicht bei Raabe, Zeitschriften. - Stellenweise eine Ecke leicht gestaucht, sonst gut erhalten.

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        Les sept peches capitaux. Gravures sur bois.

      (1920).. Holzschnitt-Titelblatt und 6 (von 7) Holzschnitte, gerahmt.. Jedes Blatt handschriftlich signiert, numeriert (1/15) und betitelt. - Die 6 vorhandenen Laster: L'orgeuil (superbia: Hochmut), l'avarice (avaritia: Habgier), l'envie (invidia: Neid), la colere (ira: Zorn), la luxure (luxuria: Wollust), la gourmandise (gula: Völlerei), fehlendes Laster: la paresse (acedia: Faulheit) fehlt. - Rahmengrösse: 31,4x25,3 cm. - Das Blatt "L'orgeuil" mit Sprung im Glas in der linken oberen Ecke.

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        Stielleben mit Blumen und Vase. Oel auf Holz.

      1920 - Um 1920. Bildgrösse: 32x24 cm. Nicht signiert. In geschnitztem Holzrahmen 41x33 cm. In geschnitztem Holzrahmen 41x33 cm.

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        A NATURALIST IN HIMALAYA.

      Boston [1920] - , Witherby. Original green cloth, 300p., index,28 b.w. photos & figures, bookplate, very clean. R A R E Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        1920 - 1939 Photograph Albums of Hoffman-La Roche Co. Chemical Employees, Visiting Scientists & Students, Buildings & Works (with) Switzerland, Germany Touring Imagery

      Basel Switzerland: Not Published, 1920. Two photograph albums, including; Album # 1 with 46 large-format professionally-taken images dated 1924 - 1939, recording via group portraiture various delegations who came to visit the Hoffman-La Roche chemical works in Basel Switzerland; each is identified beneath the photograph, in precise, carefully written white ink and usually in the language of the visiting group, for example: 1927 Visite des assistants et assistants de l'Hopital Cantonal de Lausanne aux Usines "Roche"; visites de L'Hopital Cantonal de Geneve; Zur Erinnerung an den Besuch der Zurcher Mediziner; der Mediziner aus Bern, Olten, Aarau; der Basler Mediziner; Zur Ernnerung an den Besuch bei der Firma F. Hoffmann-La Roche & Co. A.S. anlasslich der 82., Vereinsversammlung des S.A.V.; 1928 Visite des Professeurs, assistants et etudiants des universities belges; den Besuch der Assistentent-Vereinigung Freiburg; des Reicheverband Deutscher Aerzte in der C.S.R.; Studienreise der Niederlandischen Asstentzarzte nach der Schweiz; Zur Erinnerung and den Besuch des Jakt. Klin. Nurses; der Berner Medizin-Studenten (including several Japanese gentlemen); 1929 der Basler Pharmazie-Studenten (at the plant buildings) 1930 des Munchener arztlichen Assistenten-Vereins; Voyages d'etude des Universites belges en Suisse; Besuch des Deutsch-akademischen Pharmazeuten-Vereins Prag; Besuch von 76 Teilnehmern des mittelheinischen Chirurgen-Kongresses in Basel; von Basler Medizein-Studenten; Studeinreise von Assistenten Heidelberger Universitats-Institute nach der Schweiz (taken on the chemical plant grounds); 1931 Exkursion der Zurcher Klinikerschaft; 1932 Besuch der "Associacio d'Alumnes de Medicina" de Barcelona; Excursion des professeurs et assistants des cliniques universitaires de Geneve et Lausanne; Bescuh der Zurcher-Assistenzarzte (at the plant); Professoren & Studenten der Mediz. Fakultat Madrid; 1933 Voyage en Suisse des Professeurs et Assistants belges; And with similar images for 1934 - 1939, professors, academicians, pharmacologists, students from Valencia, Belgium, Italy - Genoa, Torino, Milan, bologna, Padova, Modena; Luxembourg; Bern, Basel, Zurich other locations in Switzerland; These images show how the company & its products were being promoted, via these visits; mostly taken in front of the company headquarters, several were taken at other locations on the industrial campus; the Hoffman employees also traveled, one image noted as "Holland" is perhaps of an employee tour to that country; the photographs averaging 6" x 8", some larger, some smaller and all professionally-taken; laid-in are a couple of loose images and a negative; the first two images are portraits identified as Clara Oppliger & E. Gussler, company secretaries; images are tipped-on to heavy gray cardstock and all contained in an album; approx.. 8" x 11 ¼" size; oblong format, with string binding; gray striped cloth; some wear and soil to album covers; images very good, excellent sharp detail; Album # 2: With circa 800 small contact prints; about 2/3 of these have been trimmed to the image edge and mounted in strips on album pages, usually 3 strips to a page, about 6 images per row, 18 to a page; each two page 'set' of images with a an identifying statement and date, 1920 - 1930, in ink at top of page, with a number written below each, presumably to identify in an index; the other 1/3 of the image are loosely-laid-in, some still attached in their strip-forms, some untrimmed, some single images - these are tucked in a various later pages as if to have been mounted there at a later time; Images include several dozen of the Hoffmann-La Roche industrial complex, employees and visitors, a few images of bales & jars of raw materials being examined by suited individuals at the plant, groups on tour, perhaps some of the same as those portrayed in album # 1, about a dozen images of an industrial plant model, perhaps of Hoffmann's; another small group of a medical theater and examination and image of Hoffmann 'spasmalgin' product; locations include: Lausanne, Wyhlen, Zurich, Basel, Badenweiler, zoological gardens, Feldberg, Baden-Baden, others; mostly the album contains images of travel, Switzerland lake and alpine & woodland scenes, camping, roads & canal-ways, architecture including exterior and some exterior views of stately homes, notable structures; a few automobiles, candid portraits of children, touring groups and family members, nature including plants, trees, flowers and animals including zoo creatures, favorite dogs, also hunting images - birds, deer, antler trophies and kills and rifle range practice; a large variety of images, nearly all very well-taken, sharp and well-composed, evidently any that were less than perfect did not make it into the album; also evident are signs of wealth and ease of life, well -dressed and relaxed people (not identified) enjoying themselves; these images are all contained in an album, approx. 8" x 11", patterned-paper covered boards, vellum spine, gold cloth ribbon-binding, with the small stationer's stamp of Cartoleria V. Fontana & C Di Giovanni Mazza Milano; photos mounted to quality paper, just a bit darkened; some edge, tips wear to the album, in very good condition. Both groups of photographs giving a good visual sense of the times and mood in Switzerland and Germany between the world wars, especially useful for Hoffmann-La Roche industrial history.. Photography. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        American Candy Box Labels

      [Philadelphia], 1920. 29.5 x 39.5 cm each, 134 labels and 46 labels. A pair of sample books containing candy box labels. One book contains variations of the same label-a geometric border and decorative floral motifs-printed in a variety of colors on papers that vary in color, pattern, texture, finish, and weight. The companion book contains forty unique designs for a range of brands and products, including Whitman's, Douglass', and Moirs. Most designs are included in multiples, printed in a variety of colors on diverse papers to total one hundred thirty-four printed labels. A brightly colored glimpse into the broad ranging scope of a printer's products and clients. In matching brown textured cloth with two screws securing the punch binding of each. A label pasted down to the cover of one book. There is some bumping and edgewear to the covers and slight tears and chipping to labels, but otherwise very good for both. Several label versos inscribed in pencil, the final of the second book is stamped with date and location.

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        La Cassette de Plomb. Poëmes de monsieur Georges Gabory

      Imprimerie Francois Bernouard 71, rue des Saints-Pères, Paris 1920 - Cream cloth, leather label on spine. Bookplate of J.A.-B.E. Barnes. Fine 30 pp. With two etchings by Derain. 1 vols. 4to Number 59 of 125 copies sur papier vergé d'Arches à la forme, SIGNED BY DERAIN [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Der Landprediger von Wakefield. Erzählung

      Reclam jun. Leipzig 1920 (ca. ) - Gebundenes Exemplar altersgemäß gut erhalten, lediglich Kanten stark bestoßen, innen etwas lichtrandig und etwas stockfleckig. 220 S., Deutsch - Frakturschrift 108g Kl.8°, Halbleinen ohne Schutzumschlag [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kopenhagener Hafen / Parti fra Kobenhavns havn. Ölgemälde.

      - Um 1920 entstandenes Ölgemälde des 1880 geborenen Malers - den Kopenhagener Hafen mit einem Segelschiff und einigen Fabrikanlagen. Öl auf Leinwand. Bildgröße: 25 x 34,5 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), rechts unten mit *C.Vilh.L.* monogrammiert, undatiert. Leicht craquelliert und gering fleckig - ansonsten von guter Erhaltung - ungerahmt. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Almanach auf das Jahr 1920

      Fritz Gurlitt, Berlin 1920 - LIMITED EDITION - One of only 750 numbered copies, numbered H-84 of 750. Printed on Japanese wove paper. Hardcover in Fair condition - spine has some chipping,shelf wear to edges and corners, pages tanned, but all beautiful artwork by artists such as Max Pechstein and Lovis Corinth included, in excellent condition. RARE printing. Ships fast & secure, tracked & insured. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Das graphische Werk Max Pechsteins.

      Berlin. Fritz Gurlitt. 1920 / 1921.. Originalhalblederband mit farbig illustrierten Deckeln, Rückentitel verwischt. ca. 31 x 25 cm. XIII, 176 Seiten. mit 24 geklebten (montierten) Autotypien), vielen Textabbildungen und gestalteten Initialen. Eine Radierung, ein Holzschnitt, eine Lithographie, ein Selbstbildnis (die Originalgraphik FEHLT). Kanten stärker berieben, oben mit zwei Kerben, Deckel mit Bezugspapierverletzungen. Vom Rückdeckel die Längskante ca. 8cm. eingedrückt und Bezugspapierverletzung ca. 5 x 1 cm. Lederecken teils durchrieben. Rücken unten mit Fehlstelle, oben gestaucht. Vorsatzpapier oben angerissen. mehrfach angebrochen, zwischen Seite 48 / 49 und 120/121 offen. sonst ordentlicher Innenerhalt, Buchblock von oben gestaucht. in deutscher Sprache 650,00 EUR. Vorzugsausgabe, numeriertes Exemplar, hier die Nr. XXXV von 75 (insgesamt 500).

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        The Americanization Of Edward Bok - The Autobiography Of A Dutch Boy Fifty Years After

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1920. 1st edition.. Hardback. Cloth, G+. xxvi+461pp, b/w frontis, 14pp b/w plates including one gatefold, index, SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY this being copy 47 of 50 'of a special edition of fifty copies made for personal presentation' the recipients being Catherine & Harry Nomabell. The inscription is dated September 1924. Cloth bumped & rubbed and with a double cup ring to the upper panel, paper spine label a little yellowed, but otherwise a nice copy. The autobiography of Edward Bok [ 1863 - 1930 ] who emigrated from Holland to the USA & became the famed editor of the Ladies' Home Journal for thirty years. Under his editorial control the magazine became the first in the world to have a circulation in excess of a million, and the plans for middle class houses within its pages were a driving force in American domestic architecture. This book won the 1920 Pulitzer prize for autobiography. The fifty copies Bok reserved for personal presentation clearly were not all given out at the time of publication. Major Harry Nomabell was a pall bearer at Bok's funeral & a beneficiary in his will. His daughter, Ursula, was Bok's Goddaughter.

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        Wood Engraving. Together with variant copy

      Ditchling, Sussex: S. Dominic's Press, 1920; (1925). Two octavo volumes. viii, 40pp. each. First edition. Eric Gill's copy of this treatise on the craft of engraving on wood, which contains an introduction and five engravings by him. The Introduction of this copy has been annotated by Gill, with corrections to his text on four pages. Gill has further signed and dated the front free endpaper, and the front paste-down bears his bookplate. Includes an additional twenty-eight figures and decorations. Fine in the original quarter linen and tan paper-covered boards, printed with the title information in black. Together with a variant of the first edition, which contains the title-page and main body of text from the first edition, along with the Introduction from the second edition of 1925, including the revisions noted in Eric Gill's copy. Bound in quarter linen and brown paper-covered boards, with the blue dust wrapper, printed with Gill's "Axe and Block" engraving. Wrapper shows wear at edges, with two closed tears to top edge, else fine. Bookplate of John Roland Abbey to front paste-down. Together, these two copies provide an interesting look into Gill's revision process.

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        The Sleeping Beauty. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

      London: William Heinemann, 1920. First Rackham edition, Deluxe Issue, number 289 of 625 copies. With mounted color frontispiece, 3 double page illustrations with color, 8 single page black and white silhouette plates, plus other illustrations. 110 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Original gilt-lettered & pictorial quarter vellum and boards, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. Boards darkened, moderate edge wear, small red stain to rear board. The legend, retold by Evans, with illustrations showing the mastery of silhouetting which Rackham had by now attained.

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        PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM FOCUSED ON PIONEER FARMING IN MASHONALAND, SHOWING AFRICAN LABORERS AND CHIEFS ON THE FRASER-MACKENZIE FAMILY FARMS, 1920-1922

      1920. Original photograph album. String-tied Boards. Very Good. This album contains 55 vernacular photographs, some with captions, plus 3 large, silver gelatin photographs of Victoria Lake and the Falls by Percy R. Clark, and 1 Roberts photograph of the South Africa Union Buildings. All are neatly mounted with transparent corners onto 19 cardstock leaves. The photographs vary in size from 2.5"x4.25" to 8"x6". Housed in a string-tied album of snake-skin-patterned cloth boards, 9"x12.5". Inside the cover is the ownership inscription, "Fraser-Mackenzie, 1922." Featuring unique views of colonial Zimbabwe and the Shona people, this album records the farming practices and achievements of Dick and Jack Fraser-Mackenzie, Scottish cousins who emigrated to Mashonaland in 1920 and became pioneer farmers throughout Southern Rhodesia. The hard labor of African workers is well-illustrated by these images, as are the good relations with local Chiefs. Plowing and cultivating were done by hand; water for cattle was carried by Africans on their heads; acres of corn were harvested without machines; &c. Captioned images include: Dick in a field; Picnic party near Chiwe; Car stuck on way to Allangrange; Bob & Dick at a picnic; Car stuck on way to Lone Cow; Dick's water cart; Dick's mealies loading up; Chief bringing Bob a goat; Dick's ploughman; Chief at Lone Cow; Mealie crusher at Dick's; Water carrier at Dick's; &c. The many photographs of Africans at work are mostly uncaptioned.

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        The Story of Doctor Dolittle

      New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company,, 1920. Being the History of His Peculiar Life at Home and Astonishing Adventures in Foreign Parts. Octavo. Original pale orange cloth, titles to spine and front board in blue, pictorial label with illustration to front board, illustrated endpapers. Frontispiece with tissue-guard, 10 full-page illustrations, 12 illustrations in text, all by the author. Spine rolled and a little faded, extremities slightly rubbed, internally fine. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing of the first title in the Dr. Dolittle series.

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        Souvenir of Ninety-Four (Australian and Malayan) Gift Battle-Planes which helped us to Victory, August 4th 1914 to November 11th 1918.

      The Field Press, London 1920. (For private circulation only) - 4to. Vellum covered boards, hardcover. 148pp. b/w plates with tissue guards. Very good, covers a little soiled & rubbed., light foxing, owner's signature on fep. Inscribed & signed by author."With compliments of the Honorary Organisers C Alma Baker"

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        Nibelungen. Dem deutschen Volke wiedererzählt von Franz Keim.

      , Gerlach, Wien u. Leipzig, 1920. Kl.-8°. 67 S. OLwd. EA. Mit acht doppelseitigen, teils goldgehöhten Lithographien., Gerlach's Jugendbücherei, Bd. 22.Czeschka, (1878 - 1960), Hier eines der Hauptwerke der Buchkunst des Wiener Jugendstils: ". übereinstimmend ist die Wertung als eines der wichtigsten und überzeugendsten Beispiele für die moderne Buchkunst der Jahrhundertwende, in dem das Konzept einer künstlerischen Gesamtgestaltung eines Buches in vollendeter Weise verwirklicht ist ." (Heller, S. 188).

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        La España negra

      Gutiérrez-solana, españa, costumbres, historia, folclore, festividad, fiesta, Madrid, medina del campo, santander, muerto, romería, feria, gómez de la serna - Madrid, Imp. de G. Hernández y Galo Sáez, 1920.1ª edición. Ejemplar dedicado y autografiado por el autor. 8º mayor, tela, 185 x 129 cm. 254 p. + 1 h.  Conserva cubiertas originales. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ArteyGrafía. com / Elena Gallego]
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        Diego Rivera and Lupe Marin

      1920. Pencil on artist board, signed ÒCovarrubiasÓ (lower right). 14 x 8-1/2 in. Matted and framed. Lupe Marin was Rivera's second wife from 1922-1927. The Riveras and Covarrubias were part of a coterie of friends that also included Frida Kahlo, David Siqueiros and his wife Ang?lica, the Tomayos, and others (Williams, Covarubias, p. 139).

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        Elefantenjagd am Luapula-River und Bangweolo-See (Northern-Rhodesia und Belgisch-Kongo).

      Frankfurt am Main - Oberrad, Druck Richter & Co, 1920.. Orignal-Halbleinwand, Groß-8°, 114 Seiten, Frontispiz mit Bildnis des Autors. Einband berieben und bestoßen (siehe Bild), Seiten nachgedunkelt (sehr holzhaltiges Nachkriegs-Papier), sonst gutes Exemplar..

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        Romance of the Greys

      London.: Decoy Press.. First Edition.. 1920.. Folio, 17.5 x 12 inches; eleven mounted color plates after works by Christopher Clark, R.I. At rear, six pp. of advertising touting "The 'Greys,' the big cigarette with the choice flavor"; these adverts feature black and white illustrations (one depicts the R-34 airship) several of which are by Christopher Clark. Front and rear covers abraded along top edge. Toning and very light buckling to endpapers. Printed dedication on paste-down title on front cover reads: "For Colonel W.E.R. Kelly. With the Compliments of Major Drapkin & Co." The Introduction to the volume identifies its intent: to trace the history of the "Scots Greys" in word and picture. "The Second Royal North British Dragoons (the 'Scots Greys') have a record of nearly two hundred and fifty years' distinguished service... Every regiment has its romance--the romance of its history, traditions, corporate spirit. These memories of the glorious past help to form its fighting spirit, and are rightly treasured by those whose work it is to make the living regiment worthy of its honorable parentage." The narrative traces the Dragoons from 1678 through the First World War. Major Drapkin & Company were the manufacturers of Greys cigarettes. "Romance of the Greys" is an uncommon publication, listed as being held by only one WorldCat library. The volume, in good condition, is beautifully illustrated; contents bright and clean. .

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        Gallipoli Diary

      London: Edward Arnold, , 1920. 2 volumes, octavo. Original dark blue diapered cloth, title gilt to spines, blind rules to the boards. With the dust jackets. Frontispiece, and 9 other plates to each, folding map at rear of each, map to the front pastedown of Volume I. Light toning, mild foxing to the uncut fore-edges, else a very good set indeed in similar jackets, some minor crumpling and splitting at heads and tails of the spines, and chipping at the folds, now with archival tissue reinforcement, but a truly superior set, and handsome thus. First Edition. " … fascinating and brilliantly-written … invaluable" (Falls), to which Lengel adds, "detailed, readable, and indispensable". Account of the Dardanelles Campaign by its much disparaged commander. The best set we have handled.

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        Main Street

      Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1920. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/FACSIMILE - Fine. Signed. First issue, first state with perfect folio on page 54 and unbattered "may" in last line on page 387. Tipped in between the second endpaper and the half title page is a page from another printing of this title, flat SIGNED by Sinclair Lewis. There is an erasure at the top of the page (visible in a glancing light or from the verso). The volume is rubbed on the edges, folds, and joints with boards exposed on the bottom corners and cloth frayed at the spine ends. The orange is somewhat subdued, more so on the spine than the front panel; the pages have light toning, occasional soiling, and some scattered foxing. Comes with a fine, FACSIMILE, first issue dust jacket.

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        Bauerntanz".

      - Lithographie, aquarelliert in Grün und Rot, auf festem chamoisfarbenem Velin. 53:37,7 cm. Blatt 2 der 8-Blatt-Folge „Valeska Gert", erschienen bei D. & R. Bischoff, München 1920. – Schöner Druck, mit minimalen Gebrauchsspuren und etwas fleckig. Im Passepartoutausschnitt unten nachgedunkelt. Literatur: Ausst. Kat.: K.-L. Hofmann: Charlotte Berend-Corinth/Lovis Corinth – Ein Künstlerpaar in Berlin der Klassischen Moderne, Reuchlinhaus Pforzheim, Künzelsau 2005, Nr. 14.2, Farbabb. S. 32. Charlotte Berend-Corinth studierte in Berlin ab 1897 an der Königlichen Kunstschule und 1899-1901 am dortigen Kunstgewerbemuseum. Anschließend war sie Schülerin an der 1901 von L. Corinth (1858-1925) gegründeten privaten Malschule. 1902 porträtierte der Maler sie zum ersten Mal. Im Sommer desselben Jahres gemeinsame Reise an die pommersche Ostseeküste, knapp zwei Jahre später Heirat. 1906 erste Teilnahme an einer Ausstellung der Berliner Secession. Geburt ihrer zwei Kinder 1906 und 1909. 1912 Reise an die Riviera. 1916 erschien ihre erste Graphikfolge. 1915 Reise über Paris nach Spanien. 1915 Herausgabe der aus Aufzeichnungen Corinths zusammengestellten „Selbstbiographie", Beginn der Arbeit an einem Verzeichnis der Werke ihres Mannes, das sie 1958 fertigstellte. 1927 Eröffnung einer eigenen Malschule. Reisen nach Italien, in die Türkei, den Libanon, nach Ägypten, Tunesien und Dänemark.1930 erste große Einzelausstellung der Künstlerin. Seit 1932 wohnhaft in Italien, seit 1937 Schweiz, 1939 Emigration in die USA, zuerst New York, seit 1940 Santa Barbara/Kalifornien, 1943 auch hier Eröffnung einer Malschule, die sie nach ihrem Umzug nach New York bis 1955 weiterführte. Die in Berlin geborene Tänzerin, Kabarettistin und Schauspielerin Valeska Gert (1892-1978) war in Berlin und München tätig. 1933 emigrierte sie über Frankreich nach England, 1938 in die USA. 1947 über Paris und Zürich Rückkehr nach Berlin. 1951 zugleich wohnhaft auf Sylt.

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        THE CASK

      London: W. Collins Sons and Co. Ltd. 1920. First edition, first printing. Original red cloth blind-stamped to upper board and with black titles to the spine. Lacking the rare dustwrapper. An attractive very good copy of a notoriously fragile book. The cloth is a little soiled and bumped to the extremities, and the spine a touch darkened with some fraying at the bottom. The contents are clean, complete and without inscriptions or stamps. A much better copy than usually encountered. The author?'s first book. A Haycraft Queen Cornerstone. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        AFFICHE PLM : CAGNES SUR MER CITE DES PEINTRES

      - Date : 1920 Dimensions : 72x100cm Imprimerie de l’Eclaireur, Nice Condition : entoilée A Affiche originale entoilée en très bon état.

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        Photograph album Catallina Island, Grand Canyon, and Wild Turkey Hunting in the Tonto basin, Arizona [Cover title in white crayon:] Catalina, Tonto, Romer, Girls

      [Los Angeles, 1920. 156 original photographs, most 3-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches, mounted on black album leaves. 1 vols. Oblong 4to. Original black pebbled leather album. Some toning of photographs. Very good. A very good and representative photograph album from the home of Zane Grey, documenting some of the best selling author's outdoor trips, including sailfish off Catalina Island, California, a trip to the grand Canyon, and a pack trip into the hills of Arizona after wild turkey.

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        Stilleben mit Glasvase, Ente, Weintrauben und Früchten.

      - Bildmaß: 53 x 78 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 66 x 91 cm ). Öl auf Leinwand. In der Bildmitte des Stillebens eine tote Ente, linkerhand eine blau-grüne Glasvase. Umgeben von Weintrauben, Äpfeln und Weinlaub. Rechts unten mit *H. Petermann* signiert, undatiert ( ca. 1920 ). Der Rahmen gering bestoßen, das Bild mit einer kleinen Druckstelle im rechten oberen Bereich, das Gemälde gering berieben. Insgesamt guter Zustand. ( Literatur: Thieme-Becker, Band XXVI, Seite 478 ) ( Bitte beachten: Hier aufgrund der Größe kein Versand, hier nur Selbstabholung in meinem Ladengeschäft ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )( Please notice: No shipment possible ) [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Die Pest in Tulemont - Geschichte einer Katastrophe,

      Reiß Verlag 1920 - S. 193 Gebundene Ausgabe OHNE Schutzumschlag, Reiß Verlag 1920, 193 Seiten, Text in altdeutscher Schrift, Textteil innen überwiegend sauber und gut erhalten, Buchschnitt (Rundumfarbschnitt mit kleinen roten Punkten) nachgedunkelt, Einband aussen abgegriffen mit Gebrauchs-/Lagerspuren, Rote Leinenecken leicht bestoßen (intern: 59M/GRAU/Altdeutsch Antiquarisch/Ohne Titel am Buchrücken/GOU-3) Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 360

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        The Ingoldsby Legends or Mirth & Marvels

      London: William Heinemann, 1920. 1920 Reissue. Quarto. P.l. xix, 549pp. With 12 illustrations printed with tint, and 24 tipped in illustrations mounted on brown paper, with captioned tissue guards. Numerous in text illustrations also. Bound in full brown leather, leather is grooved and textured, with gilt lettering and decorations to front board and spine. Leather is supple, only rubbed in a few places, and spine with a very light fade. Top edge gilt. "To Vera" in faint early ink to front endpaper, and a bookseller's ticket to front pastedown in bottom inner corner. Text is clean, pages fresh. Binding is tight and square. All plates are present, all tipped in illustrations without damage or folded corners. A very attractive copy in almost near fine condition. . Hardcover. Near Fine. Illus. by Arthur Rackham. 4to.

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