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        A Savant's Vendetta

      Arthur Pearson, London 1920 - First English edition (previously published in the U.S. as *The Uttermost Farthing*). Cheap paper browned, small spot on the front board, a very good or better copy. This copy Inscribed by Freeman: "P.M. Stone from R. Austin Freeman with cordial good wishes. 3rd April 1939." One of the author's scarcest titles, presumably so because of the execrable leftover wartime paper used in its manufacture. Very seldom found, and never signed or inscribed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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      Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co.,. 1920. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 1-256 [257: ad] [258: blank] [259-263: ads] [264: blank] [265-267: ads] [268: blank], ten inserted plates with illustrations by J. Allen St. John,. original olive-green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black.. Slight spine lean, a bright, nearly fine white paper copy with no. binding wear in very good four-color pictorial dust jacket (with. illustration on front panel by P. J. Monahan) with light wear at. corner tips, rubbing along front flap fold, and dust soiling to spine. and rear panels. A nice copy of an uncommon book with a colorful and. attractive example of the very scarce jacket never touched by a paper. conservationist. (#113333). First edition, first printing. Fourth book of the Mars series. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 307. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 128. Bleiler (1978), p. 36. Reginald 02340. Heins TMM- 1.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Im Zwergenland. Ein BIldebruch mit lustigen Versen von C. Kellermann. Bilder von J. P. Werth.

      Nürnberg, Spear & Soehne, o. J. (ca. 1920). 4°, 32 S., zahlr., tlw. ganzseit farb. Abb., OHLwd. m. farb. Deckelill., Ecken bestossen, berieben u. unsauber, innen (v. a. an den Stegen) etw. stock- und fingerfleckig, Widmung a. Vs. Preis in CHF: 605. EA. (= Bilderbüchersammlung "Was ihr wollt.")

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      No date circa 1920 - Quarto album, probably originally designed as a photograph album, 8x10 inches with 90 FINE ORIGINAL COLOURED WATERCOLOUR AND PENCIL DESIGNS FOR RINGS, mostly in the Art Deco style- hence the suggested date. Probably German as some German printing on the verso of some designs. Designs on various shades of card and transparent paper and mounted 6 to a sheet. Some designs containing the designs size notes. Very decorative and of fine quality- unsigned as is usual for jewellery art. The album appears to be complete as such. A rare example of this type of original art work.

      [Bookseller: Charles Russell, ABA, ILAB, est 1978]
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      George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. 1920 - 1st 1920. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. An Anthology of Recent Poetry with introduction by Harold Monro. 12 beautiful colour plates, 12 in cream and white plus decorations. Beige cloth, pale blue titles with red vignettes to front cover and spine. 128 pages. 10.5 x 8". Spine and corners bumped. Large foxspots to contents (affecting some of the cream and black plates and some of the margins of the colour plates). A lovely bright copy in exceptionally scarce original dustwrapper which is slightly edge worn (a tiny piece of loss to lower edge of rear panel), a little grubby to rear panel and slightly browned to spine. This copy would make a wonderful gift. [R] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books, PBFA]
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        The Ancient Allan

      Published by Cassell & Company Ltd., 37-38 St. Andrew's Hill, London First Edition . London 1920. - First edition hard back binding in publisher's original caramac cloth covers, gilt lettering to the spine, blind stamping and oblong monochrome relief onlay to the upper panel 'The Little White Seal of the King of the East', lower edge untrimmed. 8vo 7¾'' x 5¼'' 310 printed pages of text with eight monochrome illustrations on glossy paper by Albert Morrow. Light foxing to the fore edge, corners sharp and pointed. Near Fine condition book in near Fine condition period artwork dust wrapper with one 2 mm chip to foot of upper fore edge, white spine and white paper to lower panel without fading or marking, priced 8/6 to spine. Dust wrapper protected. Member of the P.B.F.A. LITERATURE 1900-1925 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA Member]
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      Société de l'Histoire Nationale, Plon 1920 - RO40158427: 15 tomes d'env. 500 pages chacun. Illustrés de très nombreux dessins et cartes en noir et blanc dans le texte, et de dessins en couleur sur planches hors texte. Tranches rouges. Belles reliures à pièces de titre marrons et titre, tomaison et motifs dorés sur les dos. Bords des plats frottés. Tome I: Géographie Humaine de la France, Jean Brunhes. Tome II: Géographie Politique et Géographie du Travail, Jean Brunhes. Tome III: Histoire Politique des origines à 1515, P. Imbart de La Tour. Tome IV: Histoire Politique de 1515 à 1804, Louis madelin. Tome V: Histoire Politique de 1804 à 1926, G. Hanotaux. Tome VI: Histoire Religieuse, Georges Goyau. Tome VII: Histoire Militaire et Navale, des origines à 1789, Gén. Colin, Col. F. Reboul. Tome VIII: Histoire Militaire et Navale, de 1799 à 1920, Gén. Mangin. Tome IX: Histoire Diplomatique 1515 - 1928, René Pinon. Tome X: Histoire Economique et Financière, Germain Martin. Tome XI: Histoire des Arts, Louis Gillet. Tome XII: Histoire des Lettres,François Picavet, Joseph Rédier, Alfred Jeanroy. Tome XIII: Histoire des Lettres, De Ronsard à nos jours, Fortunat Strowski. Tome XIV: Histoire des Sciences en France, par Henri Andoyer, Charles Fabry, Albert Colson. Tome XV: Histoire des Sciences en France, Maurice Caullery, et Histoire de la Philosophie, René Lote. In-4 Relié cuir dos-coins. Etat d'usage. Coins frottés. Dos frotté. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 944-Histoire de France varia [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Flappers and Philosophers

      Scribners (scribner) 1920 - First Edition, First Printing. A beautiful copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION with BRIGHT gold lettering on the spine. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with slight wear to the panels and edges. The pages are excpetionally clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, one of the nicest copies a collector could hope to find, lacking the rare dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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      - Date : 1920 Dimensions : 62x87cm Imp : VROMANT et Cie BRUXELLES Condition : entoilée A Affiche originale entoilée en parfait état.

      [Bookseller: Philippe Beguin Affiches et livres ancie]
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        Memories of a Life spent between the Bread and the Fishes and the Days when all Cares were forgotten

      [Reading: privately printed, n.d., ca. late 1920s] - Nostalgic privately produced memoir of angling in the Thames Valley a century ago. Chapman was a Reading tobacconist and a keen fisher, and he recounts his experiences fishing on private lakes, ponds, and local rivers, including the Kennet and Thames, as well as misadventures in boats, dense fogs, notable catches of Pike and Thames trout, and an incident of river pollution. The other copy we have seen varies slightly in the pagination and the page format. Reed and his correspondent, A.E. Hobbs, discuss the book's author and identify most of the places alluded to in Chapman's narrative, which includes a portrait of the author holding a 20-pound fish taken from the Thames. An uncommon work, produced in just a few copies, with an illuminating correspondence concerning this curious and interesting book (COARSE FISHING) Square 8vo. With 6 photographic plates. [41] pp. Typewritten text on rectos only. Original green textured cloth, titled stamped in gilt on upper board, speckled edges. Bookplate of O.M. Reed ("Omar") with his ownership signature dated August 1934 and annotations. Reed's draft of an essay and correspondence with A.E. Hobbs loosely inserted. Old cellotape mark along front pastedown where letter was tipped in. Fine. Not in Hampton's Angling Bibliography 1881-1949. Not in BL or OCLC [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Trento-Estate 1920. Congresso-Studenti-Universitari-Trentini.: Siamo a le soglie de l’età futura - tra ciò che passa e ciò che su rinnova.

      1920 - Si vende in cornice. Formato: Acquaforte, titolo in basso e in alto firma a destra, 196x226 mm in lastra (220x250 mm/foglio circa). Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige]
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        Richmond Bridge

      c.1920. Size: 265 x 350 mm. Framed size: 450 x 550 mm. Carbon print photograph on textured paper. Very good condition. Titled and signed 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.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Broderies Chinoises, Indiennes, Toiles de Gênes & de Jouy

      Paris, Publié par Armand Guérinet, [ca 1920]. - 1 volume in-folio, rebound in modern bordeaux full leather, 32 prints in colour or black and white, a very good copy, 32 planches en couleurs ou en noir et blanc, très bon exemplaire. Collection de 32 planches de Broderies Chinoises anciennes et d'Indiennes et toiles de Jouy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: INDOSIAM RARE BOOKS]
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        Phaedrus Augusti libertus. Aesopische Fabeln. Sechs Holzschnitte.

      o.O., o.J., 1920 - 6 Orig.-Holzschnitte auf Japan (Blattgrösse: 20 x 11,7 cm, Büttenpapier)in Passpartout: 24 x 32 cm. 1 orig.-graphisches Titelbl., Lose Blatt, Tadellos Auflage 50 Ex. Die Schnitte stellen folgende Fabeln dar: Vom quacksalbernden Schuster; Die beiden Last tragenden Maultiere; Der zerplatzte Frosch und der Ochse; Der Leopard.; Die Schlange und der Amboss. Hübsche detailgetreue, naturalistische Holzschnitte. Das kleinere, ebenfalls orig.-graphische Titelblatt und alle Schnitte signiert. Titelbl. auch dat. (1920). Phaedrus , röm Fabeldichter übersetzte zuerst Fabeln des Aesop und schuf später eigenständige Geschichtchen die seine Zeitgenossen belehrten und karikierten. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Ruth St. Denis: Pioneer and Prophet. Being a History of Her Cycle of Oriental Dances

      Shawn, Ted. Ruth St. Denis: Pioneerand Prophet. Being a History of Her Cycle of Oriental Dances. San Francisco: Howell, 1920. Copy 194 of 350 numbered copies signed by both Shawn and St. Denis. Two volumes. Folio (13" x 10"). Volume of text and volume of 64 photo plates, each tipped to heavy paper and captioned. Original batik boards and cloth spines. Name and small stamp on flyleaf, very slight wear, else fine. Pioneer and Prophet is the best work ever done on Ruth St. Denis. The lengthy text, which is by her long-time partner Ted Shawn, provides an excellent history of her dance career and the development of various styles. The photographic plates collect every available image of St. Denis in performance and include those by Genthe and Baron de Meyer. Many of these photos have never been reproduced. This work is beautifully printed by John Henry Nash in the style of William Morris' Kelmscott Press.

      [Bookseller: Golden Legend, Inc.]
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        Sniping in France

      London: Hutchinson & Co.,, 1920. With Notes on the Scientific Training of Scouts, Observers, and Snipers. With a Foreword by General Lord Horne of Stirkoke. Octavo. Original red cloth, title gilt to the spine, single fillet panel in blind to the front board. Frontispiece and 23 other plates, illustrations to the text. Boards slightly mottled, spine lettering oxidised, free endpapers browned, but nonetheless a very good copy indeed. First edition. An uncommon book, poorly made and more often encountered loose and shaken, this is an excellent copy. Inscribed by the author, to one of the major sponsors of his scheme to create a training programme in sniping and counter-sniping; "To General Sir Charles Monro with the deepest gratitude of the Author, who very clearly realises that without Sir Charles' help the work described herein would never have been done. May 1920, H. Hesketh-Prichard". In Chapter I, "The Genesis of Sniping", Hesketh-Prichard records a conversation that he had with General Monro when he was lobbying for support for his plan to formalise sniper training within the BEF: "the matter was mentioned to Sir Charles Monro, commanding the Third Army … Sir Charles in talking over the matter, made a remark which I have always remembered. 'It is not,' he said 'only that a good shot strengthens his unit, but he adds to its moral - he raises the moral of his comrades - it raises the moral of the whole unit to know it contains several first-class shots" (p.8) Another supporter of his scheme was John Buchan "at that time the Times correspondent on the Western Front … [who] gave the idea great encouragement". Hesketh-Prichard raised and commanded the 1st Army School of Scouting, Observation & Sniping, his work being described in great detail with numerous interesting anecdotes, appealing illustrations by Ernest Blaikley, "Artist's Rifles and lately a Sergeant-Instructor at the school" , together with some excellent photographs. The Appendices include the course curricula, together with training notes on the importance of the maintenance of weaponry, observation, patrolling, specifications of the Lee Enfield 1914 Pattern "Sniper's Rifle". Hesketh-Prichard was traveller, explorer, and noted big game hunter who Falls credits with "very fine work in raising the standard of marksmanship of the British Armies in France after the majority of the good regular marksmen had become casualties. He had many followers, but he was the pioneer, and much of the credit for the defeat of the ingenious and pertinacious German sniper is due to him". Hesketh-Prichard died within two years of publication, the book is very rarely signed or inscribed, and this is a superb association.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Die Legende vom weltverkommenen Sonka.

      Leipzig, Wien u. Zürich, E. P. Tal & Co. 1920.. Gr.-8°. 40(4) S. OPappbd. m. lithogr. Einbandzeichnung u. Vorsatzillustr. (von Artur Berger). Rücken erneuert, Einbd. gebräunt u. stellenw. (v.a. Deckelkanten) stärker berieben, Ecken bestoßen, Widm. auf Schmutztit., papierbed. gebräunt.. Raabe/Hannich-B. 282.7; Serke S. 466 und Abb. S. 354. Exemplar der Normalausgabe. Erste Ausgabe der Gedichtsammlung, mit der Hugo Sonnenschein sein Pseudonym 'Sonka' etablierte. - Der expressionistische Lyriker und Schriftsteller Hugo Sonnenschein (1890-1953) war Mitbegründer der tschechischen KP, wurde aber 1927 als Trotzkist wegen seiner kritischen Haltung gegenüber Stalin aus der Partei ausgeschlossen. 1945 aus dem Konzentrationslager Ausschwitz befreit, wurde er 1947 von den Stalinisten aufgrund gefälschter Beweise als angebl. Kollaborateur der Nationalsozialisten zu 20 Jahren Zuchthaus verurteilt, in dem er 1953 starb.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        Over the Brazier.

      London: The Poetry Bookshop, 1920 - Original blue cloth backed grey boards, titles and pictorial decoration to upper board in blue and pink. With the dust jacket. Boards lightly rubbed with a few small marks and taning along the edges, partial browning to endpapers. A good copy in the rubbed, tanned, and marked jacket with a few chips at the spine panel and corners. Second edition with corrections and a new foreword. Originally published in 1916.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Original Art: Weeping Dachshunds

      1920. Original art. Watercolor. Approximately 16" x 15.5". Framed and glazed. Signed lower right: "Tony Sarg 20." Very slightly faded, but still a near fine, interesting and amusing watercolor of a pair of weeping wiener dogs. Sarg, born in Guatemala, and trained in Germany, married an American and moved to England. With the advent of World War One he moved to New York where he did illustrations for The Saturday Evening Post. He was probably best known as a children's book illustrator who specialized in quirky animal figures, but he was also responsible for reviving the popularity of the marionette theater in America. For a period in the 1930s, until his death in 1942, he designed the animated Christmas displays in the windows of Macy's, and designed the first hot-air balloons for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. A pleasing little painting. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      Firenze; Vallecchi 1920 - in 16° (18 x 13 cm. ca.); pp. 210 (alcune bianche); br. a due colori; 1^ ed. Comprende 80 trucioli apparsi su periodici tra 1914-19, e 6 inediti (eccellente stato di conservazione, seppur leggermente rifilato)

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        The Guide

      1920 - Frank Weston Benson (1862-1951) was an American Impressionist artist, and a member of the Ten American Painters. He began his Studies at the school of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1879, under Otto Grundmann, and later studied at the Académie Julian in Paris. Upon return to America, he would become an instructor at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In 1888 Benson gained favorable attention in his first showing with the Society of American Artist in New York, with a piece that suggested the influence of academic Realism rather than Impressionism. By the early 1890s he began using his family as subjects; Benson later recalled having realized at the time that ¿design¿ was the most important component of painting. Consequently, works of the period provided evidence of a greater interest in patterns, silhouette, and abstract design. Late in his career, Frank Benson returned his boyhood interest in ornithological illustration. Following the 1913 Amory Show, Benson quietly moved to revolutionize the field of American sporting art. His rendering of wildlife, hunting, fishing, and camping infused the field with heightened artistic sensitivity, and reinvigorated a tradition- burdened field. Historical accounts indicate that Benson¿s teenage bird studies were extremely realistic. We can infer that they were similar to works by Alexander Pope (American, 1849-1924) and Louis Agassiz Fuertes (American, 1874-1927). Those painters concentrated on painting objects with precision. Each blue jay painted by Fuertes had exactly the same color tones and patterns. This is realism in the sense that twelve jays in a cage look precisely the same. In contrast, Benson¿s artistic training brought him to realize that a viewer¿s experience of a jay¿s appearance varies with the tint of light cast by the sky, whether the jay is front lit or back lit, and the background. Furthermore, Benson realized that we did not perceive the precise feather pattern of a bird at a distance of 20 feet. Benson had learned that our eyes perceive light, not objects, and he introduced that realization into the sporting art field. Other artists such as Roland Clark, A. L. Ripley, and Richard Bishop quickly followed his lead. In 1915 he first exhibited etchings of wild fowl, to popular acclaim. After 1920 Benson turned increasingly to the depiction of landscapes featuring wild life, an outgrowth of his interest in hunting and fishing, from then on producing a steady and profitable output of etchings and watercolors in this vein. At the request of fellow artist and conservationist Jay Norwood ¿Ding¿ Darling, Benson designed the second Federal Duck Stamp on 1935. Etching, 10 1/4 x 14 1/2 inches

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        Personal Recollections of Pioneer Life on the Mountains and Plains of the Great West

      Cheyenne: Privately Printed, 1920. 8vo., (8 2/8 x 5 4/8 inches). Portrait of Voorhees. Original yellow cloth, ruled, decorated and lettered in black (front hinge cracked). Provenance: Presentation inscription from the author to his friend John Charles Thompson on the front free endpaper. Of extraordinary interest to the early history of the American West is the appendix, which occupies nearly half the book, and tells the story of how the author's family came into possession of important manuscripts written by Lewis and Clark, several of which are reprinted here, and which include "four red morocco note-books, written up in St. Louis after the return of the expedition, and similar to those of in the collection of the American Philosophical Society; ...There is also one of Clark's pocket field-books, ... amply illustrated by about twenty sketch-maps of the trail over the mountains..." (page 56). For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department.

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      - Date : 1920 Dimensions : 78 5x107cm Imp : Azémard Cousins Nîmes Condition : entoilée A Affiche originale entoilée en parfait état.

      [Bookseller: Philippe Beguin Affiches et livres ancie]
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        La Arquitectura Naval Española [En Madera] Bosquejo de Sus Condiciones y Rasgos de su Evolución. Signed limited edition

      Madrid: Editada en Madrid por el Autor. G+ : in Good condition plus without dust jacket. Spine soiled. Cloth frayed. Pages 397- 400 lacking, but appear never to have been bound in. Cruising Association library with embossed gilt stamp on front cover and symbol on spine and label on paste-down. Some occasional light foxing otherwise contents VG. 1920. No. 262 de papel de hilo. half vellum, brown cloth cover. 320mm x 230mm (13" x 9"). 427pp, + illustrations. 80 plates including some in colour with overlays. ' Conferencias organizadas por el 'Instituto de Ingenieros Civiles de España' en el Ateneo de Madrid Mayo de 1914.'. .

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        Spring in New Hampshire and Other Poems

      Grant Richards, London 1920 - First Edition, first printing of McKay's third publication, his first book of original poetry. Published London: Grant Richard, 1920. Original 8 vo. wrappers, 5 1/8" x 7 7/8", 40 pp., printed on laid paper, bound into tan card wrappers, with printed green publisher's label on cover. Some copies contained a frontis, this one does not. Tiny chip off one corner of label. Covers have minor creasing at the top and bottom edges, otherwise near fine. Pages bright and clean. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Wild Muse]
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        NIGHT AND DAY.

      Duckworth, London 1920 - Woolf, Virginia. NIGHT AND DAY. London: Duckworth, 1920. A near fine or better example of the much more elaborate second impression: one of 1000 copies issued in the Covent Garden Library. 8vo., pp [iv], 538. Two pages of advertisements for The Voyage Out at rear. Dark blue cloth with bright gilt decoration to the spine. By the time the Hogarth Press [February, 1929] received the transfer of the balance of the sheets [about 465 copies] & molds from Duckworth only 566 copies of this second impression had been sold - Kirkpatrick A4. A very nice example [one tiny mended closed tear at the spine crown] - Quite uncommon [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        RELATIVITY. The special and the General Theory.A popular exposition.Translated by Robert W.Lawson. D.Sc.

      Methuen & co.Ltd.London.,1920 - FIRST ENGLISH EDITION.Portrait frontis and five line diagrams within the text.Complete with the 8pp publishers adverts at back of book.Some browning to the half title otherwise a remarkably clean,bright,fine copy in recent full red morocco.Spine with raised bands,compartments ruled,decorated and lettered in gilt.Single gilt ruled border on boards.All edges gilt.---This important translation,apart from being the first English edition,also contains new text written by Einstein specially for this edition-- Appendix III, The Experimental Confirmation of the General Theory of Relativity.: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        RELATIVITY. The Special and the General Theory. A popular exposition. Translated by Robert W. Lawson. D.Sc

      Methuen & co. Ltd. London. 1920. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. 8vo. (7.7 x 5.2 inches). Portrait frontis and five line diagrams within the text. 8pp publishers adverts at back of book. A very good, clean and bright copy in publishers original red cloth with blind stamped lettering to front board, within a blind ruled border, and gilt lettering and ruling to spine. Spine lettering is dulled and the cloth uniformly faded but still overall a very good bright copy. Previous owners neat name written on the front free endpaper. Some light offsetting to both free endpapers from the pastedowns but overall a very good clean copy. ---- This important translation, apart from being the first English edition, also contains new text written by Einstein specially for this edition; Appendix III, The Experimental Confirmation of the General Theory of Relativity.

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        Nineteen (19) Black-and-White Press Photographs of Cardozo.

      1920 - Photographs of Benjamin Cardozo [Cardozo, Benjamin N. (1870-1938)]. [A Collection of Nineteen Black-and-White Press Photographs of Cardozo, 1920-1938]. Sizes ranging from 5" x 7" to 8" x 10." Light to moderate edgewear, annotations and tipped-in captions to versos, some photos have faint crop marks and creases. * Eleven of these are candid and posed images of Cardozo in his office or attending public functions, three are formal portraits in judicial attire. There is also a picture of Cardozo at the bench of the N.Y Court of Appeals. Two other pictures show Cardozo receiving honorary degrees at the University of Chicago and St. Lawrence University. The final pair of images depict Cardozo with Chief Justice Hughes. One is a candid outdoor photo in business attire, the other a more formal indoor photo in judicial attire.

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        Megillat Esther [MANUSCRIPT]

      Bezalel circa 1920s, Palestine - 21.5 inches (top to bottom of spindle). 14 inches (scroll case). Burled olive wood case spectacularly carved with depictions of Rachel's tomb and the old city of Jerusalem, and ringed with four multicolored inlay mosaics. The words Jerusalem, Kever Rachel (Rachel's tomb) and Ir Tziyon (the city of Zion aka Jerusalem) written in black ink. Manuscript with black ink on white parchment, ten inches in height, containing the biblical book of Esther. From the Bezalel school in Jerusalem. An unusually large and finely carved example of Bezalel arts and crafts. Complete and kosher. Fine condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LORNA DOONE. A Romance of Exmoor. The Dulverton Edition

      Sampson Low, Marston & Company, Ltd. London.,1920. Fourth edition of this, the Illustrated Dulverton Edition, the 29th edition overall. Large 8vo. (9 x 6.7 inches).16 colour plates, each with a printed tissue paper guard, by Charles Brock (4 scenes from the story), and Charles Brittain (12 views of Exmoor and environs). A Fine copy in a fine leather binding by Bain of London. Half dark blue morocco, spine with raised bands, ruled in gilt. Compartments tooled and lettered in gilt. Blue cloth on boards. Marbled endpapers. Top edge gilt. Loosely inserted is a hand written letter from J. G. Bain, on company headed notepaper dated Christmas 1925, presenting this book to a customer. An interesting and beautiful edition with the plates showing not just characters from the tale but also views of the towns, villages and views around Exmoor that act as a backdrop for the novel.:

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      Bruno Cassirer n.d. [1920]., Berlin - Pascin, Jules (Illustrations). [1885 - 1930]. EIN SOMMER SKIZZENBUCH VON PASCIN. Signed. Berlin: Bruno Cassirer n.d. [1920]. First Edition. Small folio, pictorial boards with plain cloth backstrip. {6] preliminary pages, 3 of these with [German] text Illustrated with 40 single-sided plates, a total of 61 illustrations (14 in colour). With a 1" 1/2 x 7" Pascin signature in blue-black fountain pen with his New York & Paris address "230 W. 39th / 3 rue Joseph-Bara", pasted to the inside front cover. Skizzenbuch is a sketchbook of, drawings & watercolors chiefly made during Pascin's vacation at the beach in Ostend, Belgium in 1912. A very uncommon publication. World War I prevented publication until 1920. A very good or better copy, the backstrip expertly restored. A very nice example. Much better than usually found. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      - Date : 1920 Dimensions : 76x107cm Imp : CORNILLE & SERRE PARIS Condition : entoilée A Affiche originale entoilée en parfait état.

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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 Academie 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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        Dada Almanach. Im Auftrag des Zentralamts der Deutschen Dada-Bewegung.

      Berlin, Erich Reiss, 1920 - 8°, 159 S., 8 photogr. Abb., Privat-HLdr. , goldgeprägtem Rücken mit passendem deutschnationalem Lesebändchen in schwarz rot gold., Umschlag mit kleinem hinterlegten Einriss, papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, sonst gutes Exemplar. (Sheppard 26 - Dada in Zürich 86 - Bolliger III, 79) - Erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung. Enthält u. a. die typogr. gestaltete ?Chronique Zurichoise 1915-19? mit detaillierten Angaben über die Gründungsveranstaltungen. - Ein wichtiges Dokument des Dadaismus. 1100 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Umbra. The Early Poems of .

      London: Elkin Mathews, 1920 - Poet and critic R.P. BLACKMUR'S COPY, signed by him at the age of 18 on the flyleaf: "August 23,1922 "Richard Palmer Blackmur" Blackmur quotes beneath: "'Now and again divers dive down for dreams' Stewart Mitchell." Blackmur was 18 when he signed this book, and was later to become one of America's most influential literary critics. Mitchell was the managing editor of THE DIAL at the time. Blackmur has written four marginal notes in pencil on pp. 57, 59, 84, & 128 First edition. 8vo. . Gray paper boards with canvas back, lettered in blue. Very good copy, some light foxing to preliminaries. Bookplate of Coman Leavenworth on the front pastedown. Gallup A20a [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Child's Book of Modern Stories, A

      1920. first edition. With Eight Color Plates by Jessie Willcox Smith[SMITH, Jessie Willcox, illustrator]. A Child's Book of Modern Stories. Compiled by Ada M. Skinner and Eleanor M. Skinner. New York: Duffield and Company, 1920. First edition. Small quarto (9 1/4 x 7 inches; 235 x 178 mm.). [xii], 341, [1 blank] pp. Eight full-page color plates. Publishers dark blue linen over boards, front cover lettered in gilt and with an additional color illustration pasted on, spine lettered in gilt. Neat ink inscription dated 1920 on front free-endpaper. A fine copy in the original color pictorial dust jacket.This collection of sixty-six 'Modern Stories' is split into four section: Home Tales, The Story Garden, Cheerful Stories and Tales and Legends Beautiful."This is a companion volume to the famous "A Child's Book of Stories," but here the stories are by modern writers. There are between sixty and seventy stories by such authors as Thornton Burgess, Abbie Farwell Brown, Louisa M. Alcott, Josephine Scribner Gates, Mary Gaylord Jean Ingelow, George MacDonald, etc." (dust jacket, front flap). "Probably contributing most to Smith's fame was her continuing relationship with the Good Housekeeping Company. Impressed with her exemplary illustrations for Mother Goose, Good Housekeeping moved quickly to commission Smith to illustrate that journal's cover on consecutive issues in the calendar year of 1918. As it turned out, a Smith color picture would appear on each and every cover of Good Housekeeping from December 1917 through April 1933. There was no issue in January 1920 due to a strike. Smith added another cover in May of 1934, for a total of 184 separate illustrations. These covers for Good Housekeeping represent one of the longest runs of published covers by a single artist in the history of pictorial illustration. Although the subject matter varied, a predominant theme was the representation of the American home and family life, which invariably included children in all sorts of activities. Along with Smith's first published cover, the magazine included a short preface introducing the illustrator… Many of the illustrations first published as covers for Good Housekeeping were later assembled together as book illustrations. This was true of A Child's Book of Modern Stories (1920), A Little Child's Book of Stories (1922), A Very Little Child's Book of Stories (1923), Boys and Girls of Bookland (1923), and A Child's Book of Country Stories (1925). (Edward D. Nudelman, Jessie Willcox Smith: American Illustrator, p. 39).Nudelman, A54

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        Les poemes dores.

      Paris, Edouard-Joseph 1920.. Handgeb. Maroquin d. Zt. (sign. "L. Bernard") mit RVerg., 4 goldgepr. Deckelfileten, Steh- und Innenkantenverg. sowie doppelten marmor. Vorsätzen und KGoldschnitt (OBrosch. eingeb.). 8vo. - 1 von 100 num. Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe auf Van Gelder-Bütten. - Schöner breitrandiger Druck in Gold und Schwarz auf chamoisfarbenem Papier. - VDeckel fleckig, RDeckel mit minim. Druckspuren, Rücken leicht nachgedunkelt. Ansonsten schönes, wohl erhaltenes Exemplar der seltenen Vorzugsausgabe, aus der Slg. Stig Wilton. -.

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        Age of Innocence

      D. Appleton and Company, New York 1920 - First Edition, First Printing with (1) on p. 365. Later editions have a (2) (3) (4) (5) etc. This original, First Issue dustjacket, with no mention of the Pulitzer Prize on back panel, has been professionally restored by a master conservator. The end result is a dustjacket with no chips or tears. The book is in nice shape. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with some wear to the edges. The pages are clean. There is no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A superb copy. We buy Edith Wharton First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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