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        South.

      London: William Heinemann,, 1920. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914–1917. Illustrated. Octavo. Original dark blue cloth, spines and front cover lettered in silver, front cover with large silver block of Endurance stuck in ice, publisher's device in blind to rear board, top edge blue. Colour frontispiece and 87 half-tone plates, folding map at the rear. Minor wear to extremities, occasional light foxing, small tear to head of map stub; a very good copy. First edition, third impression of Shackleton's account of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (issued three months after the first impression). "The failure of Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition to even reach the Antarctic continent, much less to cross it via the South Pole, has become the great polar success story of the twentieth century" (Books on Ice). Shackleton embarked in 1914 on the Endurance to make the first traverse of the Antarctic continent; a journey of some 1800 miles from sea to sea. But 1915 turned into an unusually icy year in Antarctica; after drifting trapped in the ice for nine months, the Endurance was crushed in the ice on October 27. "Shackleton now showed his supreme qualities of leadership. With five companions he made a voyage of 800 miles in a 22-foot boat through some of the stormiest seas in the world, crossed the unknown lofty interior of South Georgia, and reached a Norwegian whaling station on the north coast. After three attempts. Shackleton succeeded (30 August 1916) in rescuing the rest of the Endurance party and bringing them to South America" (DNB). Amazingly, all members of the Endurance party survived the ordeal, attributing their survival to Shackleton's exceptional leadership qualities. In recent years, this factor has led to the re-interpretation of the book in terms of a leadership and man-management manual, and several influential attempts have been made to distil from the narrative the underlying principles of Shackleton's command in order that they might be applied more widely. As Apsley Cherry-Garrard remarked in Worst Journey in the World; "For a joint scientific and geographical piece of organization, give me Scott; for a Winter Journey, Wilson; for a dash to the Pole and nothing else, Amundsen; and if I am in the devil of a hole and want to get out of it, give me Shackleton every time". With the ownership inscription of George E. Cox to the front free endpaper, with an additional note to the half-title, "Lecture 14th February 1920". Cox, a Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Star as a result of his bravery aboard a motor torpedo-boat in the South West Pacific in 1942. He and three other officers were interviewed as the basis of W. L. White's 1942 work They Were Expendable, which became the basis of the 1945 film of the same name directed by John Ford and starring Robert Montgomery and John Wayne.

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        View of Mount Fuji from Hakone

      1920 - Original woodblock print, Japan, 1920. Hiroaki Takahashi (1871-1945) View of Mount Fuji from Hakone Original woodblock print, Japan, 1920. 240 x 360mm. £1350

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        Poems

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1920 - The first edition, published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1920. A near fine example of an uncommon book with a prior owner's signature. While published in a conventional paper dust jacket this particular copy has apparently been married to a glassine wrapper. However, book and jacket would appear to have been together for quite some time. The glassine wrapper is near fine with a few short edge nicks. A nice copy of an important collection. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Description de l'horloge astronomique de la Cathédrale de Strasbourg

      Strasbourg, J. & A. Ungerer, 1920, , in-8 de portrait, (2), 29, (1) pages et 3 planches imprimées recto-verso, exemplaire broché, Portrait de Schwilgé et 8 figures hors-textes montrant des horloges astronomiques plus anciennes que celles de Schwilgé, l'actuelle horloge de la Cathédrale et d'autres inventées de Schwilgé (un comput ecclésiastique, une machine à tailler les rouges d'engrenage, une horloge de clocher et un rouage de mouvement petit calibre). Cinquième édition précédée d'une préface de A. Lebeuf, directeur de l'Observatoire de Besançon. Bon exemplaire.

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        VII OLYMPIADEN. Redogörelse för Olympiska spelen i Antwerpen 1920

      Bok. 3 Häfte Nordiskt Idrottslif/Olympiska Kommitten officiellt 1920 illustrerad. Häfte 2 (sidorna 73-136). VII Olympiaden gavs ut i 3 häften: Häfte 1 sidorna 1-72, häfte 2 sidorna 73-136 och häfte 3 sidorna 137-216. Lite skadat häfte 1 och 3 Komplett med pärm. 216 sidor

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        Irrende Frauen II, 1920. [Errant Women II.]

      1920 - Original woodcut. Excellent print. Signed at lower right in pencil. Image size: 280 × 230 mm. Paper size: 460 × 350 mm. Signed, original woodcut of Lasar Segall. Lasar Segall (1891-1957) was a Lithuanian born, Brazilian Jewish painter. He studied in Vilna and Berlin where he joined the "Freie Sezession" group, the precursor movement of the German Expressionism. In the mid 1910s he exhibited in Brazil, he was among the earliest artists who presented modern art in the country. Segall was a founding member of "Dresdner Sezession Gruppe" in 1919 with Otto Dix and Conrad Felixmüller, but remained associated with the German Expressionsts. In 1923 he moved and settled down in Brazil. In passe-partout. In fine condition. Original woodcut. Excellent print. Signed at lower right in pencil.

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        (mg) [WATERCOLOR AND MANUSCRIPT POEM] ROT UND GLÜHEND IST DAS AUGE DES JUDEN

      No Date (ca. 1920? ) . Original watercolor by Steinhart painted on the half title of from their joint publication, "Rot und Glühend is das Auge des Juden" (Berlin, 1920) which was a collection of poems by Nadel illustrated by Steinhart. The original watercolor, which is very similar to the woodcut on the cover of their book, is paired with an original autograph version of the title poem (

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        THE RESCUE

      1920. A Romance of the Shallows. London & Toronto: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1920. Original green cloth stamped in gilt, with dust jacket. First English Trade Edition (issued after the American edition and also after a 40-copy private issue of the English galley proofs). Begun in 1896, and in effect completing the trilogy begun with ALMAYER'S FOLLY and AN OUTCAST OF THE ISLANDS, "THE RESCUE was Conrad's albatross, the book which hung about his neck from the beginning of his writing career almost until the end of his life" [Cagle].~This copy is in the standard (primary) binding, with the spine lettering in gilt, with the front cover border in blind, and with the publisher's device blind-stamped onto the front cover. (There is a secondary, perhaps colonial, binding with black lettering and border, and with no front cover device.)~This is an unusually fine copy (spine gilt a bit brighter than usual for this book); the pictorial jacket, which unlike that of THE ROVER does not often turn up in presentable condition, is nearly fine as well -- with scarcely any soil or wear (just a few tiny nicks in the top edge, to be expected since the jacket stands a bit taller than the volume). Cagle A49b(2), binding "a"

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        Calendrier des douze mois de l'année.

      Circa 1920. Set of twelve sheets of letter paper with pochoir wood engravings, on watermarked laid paper, each sheet 220 x 170 mm; each illustration signed by the artist in the image and with the calligraphic name of one of the months of the year beneath; an exceptionally fine set of designs in the unique style of French artist and illustrator Guy Arnoux.

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        Calendrier solaire des douze mois de l'année.

      1920 - Suite de 12 planches en feuilles, déclinant les douze mois de l'année, imprimées sous forme de bandeau sur papier Vergé et coloriées au pochoir, (1920), 21.7 x 16.8 cm, signées en bas à gauche sous la planche, listel vert en encadrement. Les douze mois de l'année sont présentés, par Guy ARNOUX, sous forme de planches créatives, colorées et joyeuses et d'une grande qualité graphique. Il existe le même calendrier illustré, paré des dates et des fêtes des Saints. Guy Arnoux (1886-1951), peintre de la Marine, dessinateur et coloriste prestigieux, " a crée toute une imagerie française singulièrement moderne et originale, en dépit de son archaïsme voulu." (Dico Solo). Livre

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        La guerre 1914-1919

      Editions Archat 1920 - Emboîtage, étui, chemise. 150 planches photographie tirées en phototypie double tons, de la collection personnelle du commandant Tournassoud. Préface du maréchal Pétain. Sans date vers 1920. Très bon état, mais des déchirures sur la chemise.

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        Souvenirs entomologiques. Études sur l'instinct et les moeurs des insectes. (Première-Dixième series). Édition définitive illustrée.

      - Paris, Delagrave, 1920-1924. Ten volumes in ten [and an 11th volume, titled "Sa Vie"]. Large 8vo (24.3 x 16.2 cm). Over 4,000 pages. Numerous plates and fine text engravings. Later half tree calf over marbled boards. Spines with five slightly raised bands; compartments rich gilt with entomological vignettes, and red morocco labels with gilt title. Marbled endpapers. Top edge red.= The definitive Jean Henri Fabre (1823-1915) and his major work, in fine bindings. "Fabre was a popular teacher, physicist, chemist and botanist. However, he is probably best known for his findings in the field of entomology, the study of insects, and is considered by many to be the father of modern entomology. Much of his enduring popularity is due to his marvelous teaching ability and his manner of writing about the lives of insects in biographical form, which he preferred to a clinically detached, journalistic mode of recording. In doing so he combined what he called 'my passion for scientific truth with keen observations and an engaging, colloquial style of writing'. His Souvenirs Entomologiques is a series of texts on insects and arachnids. He influenced the later writings of Charles Darwin, who called Fabre 'an inimitable observer'. Fabre, however, was a Christian who remained sceptical about Darwin's theory of evolution, as he always held back from all theories and systems. His special force was exact and detailed observation, field research, always avoiding general conclusions from his observations, which he considered premature" (Wikipedia). Added, in a near-matching binding (only the spine bands are slightly more pronounced, and the compartments plain) "La vie de J.-H. Fabre. Naturaliste. Suivie du répertoire général analytique des Souvenirs Entomologiques par le Dr. G.-V. Legros". This work, published in 1924, also by Delagrave, has a preface by Fabre himself, and his portrait. It was published by the Delagrave in the same year as the last volume of the "Souvenirs", and is bound with the original pictorial wrappers included. It contains xv + 439 pp., and 16 tissue-guarded, mostly photographic plates. Uncut. Fore edges somewhat spotted, otherwise clean. A very nice ensemble in excellent condition. Not in Nissen. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Countries and Tribes of the Persian Gulf.

      London, Harrison and Sons, 1919[-1920]. - Large 8vo. 2 vols. (12), 264 pp. (4), 265-643, (1) pp. With frontispiece and 8 photo-plates. Original grey cloth. First edition, second issue. - Includes chapters on the advent of Islam on the Gulf coast, the Portuguese era in Eastern Arabia, the Al-Bu-Said dynasty, a history of commerce in the Gulf, a description of the country and the pearl fisheries, as well as a chapter on the tribes of the Gulf, with an entry on the Al-Kowasim ("a powerful Maadic tribe occupying the sea ports on the Pirate coast") as well as on Beni Yas and their towns, "Abu Thabi and Debaye". - The author’s first appointment in Arabia was as Resident at Aden in 1867; he was later made Agent and Consul at Muscat before being promoted Consul General, first at Bagdad then at Zanzibar. This work was published posthumously by his widow from a remarkable archive of notes, "many of which were jotted down on odd bits of paper as he [Miles] rode through the desert on his camel". The book remains an authority on Omani history and provides a storehouse of knowledge for any reader interested in the Arabian Gulf. - Backs a little faded, with two small holes repaired. The final two lines of text on the title page have been removed by a previous owner; they would have included the note "Reprinted 1920", confirming the copy as part of the second issue. An extremely uncommon and desirable work. Rare, only two copies at auction within the last decades (the Peter Hopkirk copy, Sotheby's, 14 Oct. 1998, lot 989: £10,000). Diba, p. 45; cf. New Arabian studies II (1994), pp. 31–33. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works, ten volumes,

      William Blackwood and Sons, no date, probably 1920's,, Edinburgh, - 8vo, matcing half green calf with cloth boards, top edges gilt, marbled endpapers, photogravure frontices to each volume, slight offsetting to title page, here and there one or two spots on title pages text otherwise very clean, each volume having the bookplate of James Stevenson, Baronet, and also the bookplate of Sir Malcolm Fraser BT., G.B.E., a very attractive set in near fine condition, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE YEAR'S AT THE SPRING: an anthology of recent poetry...illustrated by Harry Clarke. With an Introduction by Harold Monro

      The limited issue, #57 of 250 copies signed by Harry Clarke. Full white stiff vellum lettered and decorated in gilt, front cover illustration in gilt and purple, top edges gilt. pp (128) + frontispiece and 11 other colour plates + 12 black & white or black on cream background plates, 8 with tissue guards. Vignette illustrations in text. Covers splayed, as usual with vellum; tissue guards tanned, with some light offsetting to facing pages; else fine, no flaking to the cover stamping, no owner names, no creases to the plates or tissues, but lacking the slipcase. Contributions by Belloc, Brooke, Chesterton, De La Mare, Graves ("Star-Talk"), Hardy, Masefield ("Sea Fever" and two others), Edward Thomas, Yeats ("The Fiddler of Dooney" and "The Lake Isle at Innisfree") and many others of note. A lovely copy of a lovely book, with excellent illustrations. Note: heavier parcel, extra shipping may be required. Binding: Hardcover .

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        Dada Almanach. Im Auftrag Des Zentralamts Der Deutschen Dada-Bewegung.

      1920 - Small 8vo. (183 x 132 mm). Original photo-illustrated card wrappers; pp. 159, [1], 8 b/w photo plates; ex-libris the National Art Library, V&A, with its neat de-accession stamp to the foot of the verso of the front wrapper; closed tear to the foot of p. 39, expertly repaired, light embrowning to the fore-edges, very light scattered spotting to the wrappers and the first and last few leaves, otherwise a very good copy. Provenance: "Austin Desmond" in pencil to inside of front cover, possibly the London 20th century art dealer. First edition. Published in the wake of the First International Dada Fair in Berlin, this was the first anthology of Dadaist writing and contains contributions by such important authors as Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball and Hans Arp. It includes theoretical writing, poetry, polemic and flashes of unclassifiable brilliance. Huelsenbeck himself was one of the founding spirits of Dada, having worked with Ball in Berlin during the Great War organising pacifist meetings and readings of 'Negro' poetry, much to the shock of the local population. Huelsenbeck's own poetry was generally anti-war, anti-literature and very much pro-drums, whistles and loud noises. Despite this artistic background, and his place in compiling this highly important collection of avant garde writing, Huelsenbeck ended his career practising as a psychiatrist in Long Island under the name of Charles R. Hulbeck. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Lectures On The Differential Geometry Of Curves and Surfaces

      Cambridge University Press 1920 - 1920. First edition, Secon. 527 pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering. Owner's name to front endpaper. Good clean pages with bright copy and firm binding. Light foxing and tanning to endpapers and page edges. Boards are mildly rub worn, with some light shelf wear to spine, edges and corners, corners are bumped. Slight crushing to spine ends. With some small scratches to boards and spine. Bubbling to rear cloth. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letters to Professor Donald Robertson.

      Cambridge: , 1920-36. 11 autograph letters, all signed, most one page but some two or three in length. Excellent condition. An exceptional collection of autograph letters signed from poet and classicist A. E. Housman (1859-1936) to Donald Struan Robertson (1885-1961 - a stellar Greek scholar attached to Trinity College, Cambridge, from his undergraduate days until his death) and his wife. He was particularly respected for his work on Apuleius, and was Regius Professor of Greek at the University of Cambridge from 1928 until 1950. Housman, as Kennedy Professor of Latin (the most senior Latin chair at Cambridge) from 1911 until his death, was Robertson's counterpart. As such this correspondence shows us Housman the classicist in long-term correspondence with one of his closest Cambridge peers, and has many flashes of sardonic humour. The collection closes rather poignantly with a letter in shaky pencil hand from the Cambridge nursing home in the month of Housman's death. 1. Trinity College, Cambridge. 8 December 1920. 2pp. Enclosing three essays (not present here) "for the Members' Prize. I have marked such misprints and false accents as I have noticed, and have also marked or indicated a good many other mistakes." Then remarking, with evident disappointment, that, having checked the regulations, the bad handwriting does not constitute grounds for disqualification. 2. Trinity College, Cambridge. 22 May 1924. 3pp. Thanks Robertson for sending "your papers on the MSS of Apuleius" and praising the work, before going on to give some very detailed textual criticism. 3. Trinity College, Cambridge. 5 June 1926. 1p. A letter of thanks followed by a few jokes in Greek. 4. Trinity College, Cambridge. 8 February 1931. 1p. Thanks "for another pound of the priceless (in every sense) sugar. Sir Robert Walpole said that women who will not take money will take diamonds; so I am saving up." 5. Trinity College, Cambridge. 13 March 1931. 1p. Correcting Robertson on a subtlety of Latin. Also noting enigmatically, "I hear from Hackforth that I have been causing you some trouble and perhaps polluting your mind." Reginald Hackforth was a classical scholar who specialised in Plato, and was Laurence Professor of Ancient Philosophy at Cambridge 1939-52. 6. Trinity College, Cambridge. 9 October 1931. 3pp. Lengthy and sardonic letter about the trouble of preparing lectures for students who "will require so much preliminary matter, not only about rival theories of Ueberlieferungsgeschichte [the history of tradition] but about prosody and Iambenkurzung [iambic abbreviation] and hiatus, without which there can be no critical study, and which they cannot learn from Lindsay without at the same time being bamboozled". He then complains that he is forced to stay in College during the summer "and so to brim with bitterness one of the few and evil years remaining to me on this side of the seventh circle of the inferno, which apparently is where scholars go, and where Musetus will find great fault with my Latin style." 7. Evelyn Nursing Home, Cambridge. 5 June 1933. 1p. Letter in ill health, thanking Robertson for flowers, "Though I have not had them put in my bed-room, the matron has joyfully carried them off for hers." 8. Trinity College, Cambridge. 26 July 1933. 1p. Accepting a (solicited) invitation for lunch: "Many thanks for the kindness with which you respond to my shameful attempt to cadge a luncheon". 9. Trinity College, Cambridge. 22 February 1935. 1p. Accepting invitation to dinner, "and will dress properly". 10. Trinity College, Cambridge. 7 August 1935. 1p. Refusing lunch invitation because "next week my brother will be staying with me and we shall be motoring about the country." 11. Evelyn Nursing Home, Cambridge. 8 April 1936. 1p. Letter in a weak pencil hand from Evelyn Nursing Home only three weeks before his death. A poignant letter of apology having missed seeing Robertson.

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        Dr. Ing. Otto Schubert Architekt

      Charlottenburg: Lima-Verlag, 1920. First edition. Softcover. g to vg. Quarto. (4) 32 (4)pp., 4 plates. Original gray wraps with black ruling and lettering on cover. Foreword by the famous art collector Cornelius Gurlitt elaborating on the stylish designs by Otto Schubert. Illustrated with impressive b/w photographs of Schubert's luxurious designs in Dresden with numerous captioned architectural drawings, including the City Hall and the Andreas Church. Contains four full page photogravures of the villas of Prof. Dr. Singer, Dr. jur. et Phil Stegmann, the group of buildings for the Dresden Association for Small Apartments, and the side entrance of the Villa Müller. The first and last four pages with printed advertisements on newsprint paper for local businesses. Illustrated ads at front and rear of Dresden architects and applied arts. Text in German. Wraps with light wear and sunning along edges. Newsprint slightly age toned. Wraps in overall good, interior in very good condition.

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        Wendingen. Maandblad voor Bouwen-een Sieren, van Architectura et Amicitia. Hrsg. von H. Th. Wijdeveld. 1920, Heft 6/7: Schwerpunkt Josef Hoffmann.

      Amsterdam , Aug.-Sept. 1920. - Josef Hoffmann - Sonderheft. Über das Palais Stoclet in Brüssel (von Max Eisler), das Verkaufsbüro Poldihütte in Wien, die Leipziger Ausstellung, Möbeldesign und Kunstgewerbe. 32,5 x 32,5 cm. 34 Bll., 48 Kupfertiefdruck-Abb. im Text; als Blockbuch gebunden; mit japanischer Kordelheftung. OUmschlag (leicht lädiert). Innen teilweise durch Feuchtigkeitseinwirkung gewellt (nicht verklebt).

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        Berichte aus der Staatlichen Porzellan Manufaktur Meissen, über das Jahr 1919

      Drugulin 1920 Drugulin, Leipzig, 1920. 47 S. und 14 radierte Tafeln auf Bütten, davon 8 koloriert, original Halbpergament, folio, (gering berieben/etwas fleckig) - Der vorstehende erste Jahresbericht wurde im Jahre 1920 von dem Direktor der Staatl. Porzellan Manufaktur Max Adolf Pfeiffer geschrieben und gedruckt in der Offizin von W. Drugulin, Leipzig. Die Radierungen schufen William Baring, Paul Boerner, Rudolf Hentschel, Hermann Limbach, Hugo Stein. 250 Abzüge wurden hergestellt. Davon ist dieses Nr. 89 / Mit einer vierzeiligen handschriftlichen Original-Widmung von Max Adolf Pfeiffer auf Vorsatz, datiert \'1. Oktober 1921\' / Pfeiffer war von 1909 bis 1934 Direktor der Meissner Porzellan Manufaktur. Nach ihm wurden die Erzeugnisse dieses Zeitalters aus der Pfeifferzeit benannt / Anbei liegen 2 colorierte Radierungen figürlicher Meissner Porzellan-Entwürfe, handsigniert von H. Holzhey - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Porzellan/ Glas,Autographen

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1920 : 1920 Original Hardback Wisden,

      1920. Hi, This lot is a 1920 Original Hardback Wisden This Wisden, a hard one to find, is in very good condition for the year. The boards are very nice , bright gilt and no real marks to mention. Internally the pastedowns are the usual darker yellow and the hinges are very good, clean pages inside and a great photoplate page 195 has a mark.

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        Demi Cercle. Paris. Éditions D'Art "La Cible" 1920. 32,1 x 24,8 cm. 26 nicht nummerierte Blätter. Originalbroschur mit einer kubistischen Deckelillustration von Albert Gleizes.

      Éditions D'Art "La Cible", 1920. Originalausgabe. Nr. 380 von 500 gedruckten Exemplaren. Unsere Exemplar auf dem Vortitel mit 5 zeiliger handschriftlicher Widmung und Signatur von Juliette Roche Gleizes. Juliette Roche war mit dem kubistischen Maler Albert Gleizes verheiratet. Das vorliegende Buch ist das Hauptwerk der Autorin und beinhaltet vornehmlich ihre poetischen Experimente, die teilweise auch kalligrammartige Formen annahmen. Die Deckel der Originalbroschur mit Fehlstellen an den Rändern und auf einen Karton aufgezogen. Sehr selten, vor allem als Widmungsexemplar. Referenz: The avant-garde applied Cat.L69 mit Abbildungen auf Seite 232

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        Escales -

      Éditions de la Sirène 1920 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-4. Non paginé. Couverture illustrée marouflée. Dos toilé noir. Illustré de 31 compositions d'André LHOTE dont 13 rehaussées au pochoir par les Ateliers Marty. Le texte de Cocteau est présenté dans une typographie ludique de Louis Kaldor. Très bon état. EDITION ORIGINALE LIMITEE à 440 exemplaires, celui-ci un des 400 numérotés sur vélin pur fil Lafuma. Poèmes de Jean Cocteau chantant les maisons closes portuaires. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        An archive of material relating to Yale's Scroll and Key Society

      Archive of original artwork, objects, printed books, and ephemera collected by Louis Laun (1920-2010), Yale class of 1942 and member of Scroll and Key. At Yale, Laun was editor of the Yale Record. He later established the Louis F. Laun Award, presented to a graduating Economics major with an outstanding course record in all courses taken in Yale College during the first seven terms. Upon graduation, Laun joined the Marine Corps and served with the Fifth Division on Iwo Jima, where he was decorated with the Bronze Star for bravery. Mr. Laun worked in the textile industry for 25 years. He was Assistant to the President of Bates Manufacturing Company in Lewiston, Maine and later President of Celanese Fibers Marketing Company. In 1973, he moved to Washington, D.C. to be appointed Deputy Administrator of the Small Business Administration, where he served for 4 years. From 1977-1986, he was President of the American Paper Institute in New York City. He returned to Washington as Assistant Secretary of Commerce in charge of International Economic Policy until 1989. He was a member of the Helsinki Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe from 1988-89. Comprising: Original Artwork Guidi. Original cover art for the 15 May 1941 issue, watercolor on paper, signed "Guidi" upper left, 13 x 10 inches. With: a copy of the issue. Kraft, Art. Pen-and-ink sketch on illustration board, signed "Art Kraft," apparently a banner design for the Yale Record, showing a Satyr playing the pan pipes leaning against a broken column on the right, and an owl at left. Lightly pencilled title "The Harping Crowd"(?). 6 x 17 inches Kraft, Art. Pen-and-ink sketch on illustration board, signed "Art Kraft," apparently for the Yale Record. Lightly pencilled "Sports" showing a classical scene of an artist in toga chiseling a sculputure of an artist who stands naked safe a well-placed leaf, a Yale banner draped over a column beside him. 8 1/2 x 12 inches. Kraft, Art. Pen-and-ink sketch on illustration board, signed "Art Kraft," apparently for the Yale Record. Lightly pencilled "Movies" showing a director in his chair, smoking and watching three actors dressed in togas. 12 x 12 inches. "E. H. B." Three pen-and-ink drawings: a man walking; an owl and three men. 4 x 4 inches and smaller. Unknown artist Pen-and-ink sketch on paper, unsigned, a bar graph using soldiers from England, the USA, Germany, Italy, Japan and France as the bars, their positions against an x-axis meant to show millions of men in the service. Objects Scroll and Key Wall Plaque. 18 x 15 inches. Brass letters and insignia of the Scroll and Key on oak. Yale Gavel. Class on 1942. 10 inches length. Brass plate, names of students in manuscript. Yale paddle. Class of 1942. 16 inches length. Burned design on wood, presented to Louis Laun from Jake Madden. Yale Class Day. Cotton satchel printed "Class Day Yale 1942" containing a pack of Handsome Dan tobacco. With: white pipe. Photographs Scroll and Key. Photo album (9 x 7 inches) containing 15 black-and-white portrait photographs of members of the class of 1942, and a final photo of the Scroll and Key building. With: three later snapshots. Class of 1942. Black-and-white photograph, 6 1/2 x 9 inches, mounted. Scroll and Key. Large black-and-white photograph of the building, 10 x 13 1/2 inches. Scroll and Key. Large black-and-white photograph of the 15 members of the class of 1942, 10 x 13 1/2 inches. Printed Books Day, George Parmly. Rhymes of the Times. 1956. Elliot, Charles S. Songs of Yale: A New Collection of College Songs. 1870. Ewald, L. Philip, editor. The Yale '42 Story 50 Years Out. Two copies. Gurney, Stephen S. and Jonas Zdanys, editors. True Fellowship in All Its Glory. 1992. Haas, George. Against All Odds. Signed. Havemeyer, Loomis. "Go to Your Room": A Story of Undergraduate Societies and Fraternities at Yale. Havemeyer, Loomis. The Aurelian Honor Society of Yale University and Its Times 1910-1955 Leyburn, James G. Pierson College: The First Decade 1933-1943. Mack, Maynard. A History of Scroll and Key. 1978. Ltd. Ed., slipcased. Nettleton, George Henry. Memorial Sketches of the Sixteen Members of the Scroll and Key Society Who Gave Their Lives in World War II. 1948. Robbins, Alexandra. Secrets of the Tomb. 2002. C.S.P 1842-2002. C.C.J. History of the Class of 1942 Yale University. Two copies. Phi Beta Kappa Men of Yale 1780-1959. Vol. IV. Pierson College in Memoriam 1941-1946. The 1939 Yale Banner. The 1940 Yale Banner. The 1941 Yale Banner. The Yale Record 1941-1942. Yale 1942 Class Directory. 2001. Yale Class of '42 in World War II. Two copies. Yale Twenty-Fifth Yearbook Class of 1942. Ephemera Calendar for 1942 Class Day. Pamphlet for the 7 June 1942 Class Day. With laid in material for Louis Laun.Class schedule Large folding schedule of "College Exercises for the Senior Junior, and Sophomore Classes, Yale College, 1941-42." Edition of September 1941. 19 x 24 inches. Signed by Louis Laun. Eli Book for 1940-41 Graduation Exercises. Pamphlet for the 8 June 1942 graduation. Phi Beta Kappa. Handbook for New Members. 1940. Yale Record . Three issues. Yale. Six prints of various buildings at Yale. 12 x 8 1/2 inches.

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        Sphinx, The

      London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1920. Oscar Wilde's "The Sphinx" Illustrated by Alastair The 'Exquisite Grotesque! Half Woman and Half Animal!'ALASTAIR [VOIGHT, Hans Henning, illustrator]. WILDE, Oscar. The Sphinx. Illustrated by Alastair. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1920. First edition illustrated by Alastair (first published in 1894, with decorations by Charles Ricketts). Limited to 1,000 copies. Large quarto. 36 pp. Ten plates printed in black and turquoise, with descriptive tissue guards, plus two additional plates on the front and rear endpapers. Thirteen large decorative initials (including repeats) printed in black and turquoise. Title printed in black and turquoise. Publisher's white buckram, front cover pictorially stamped in gilt and dark turquoise with a design by Alastair, spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut. Small circular bookplate on rear paste-down. Spine very slightly darkened, but the gilt and blue design on front cover quite fresh. A near fine copy."The publication of The Sphinx in 1920 signalled the start of Alastair's decade of fame. The book had been planned before the war. The illustrations had been printed in Belgium and stored in London during the war years: as a note in the book pointed out… First published by John Lane in 1894, this was originally a youthful poem, later revised. An invocation to the Sphinx, the 'exquisite grotesque! half woman and half animal!', it brought in a multiplicity of Egyptian echoes in its heightened language." (Victor Arwas. Alastair Illustrator of Decadence, p. 12 & p.30)Alastair (Hans Henning Voight) 1887-1969, was a a writer, artist, dancer, and illustrator. His drawings were inspired by the work of Aubrey Beardsley, and combines his elegant skill with his fascination of the perverse, sinister, and satanic. Oscar Wilde (1854-1900). Oscar Wilde's poem "The Sphinx" depicts a sexually voracious monster - the legendary Sphinx, who, in Wilde's work, has been the lover of many classical figures, among them Ammon, the god Amenalk, the gryphon, and the Tragelaphos (a goat-stag monster of myth). Throughout the poem Wilde makes references to figures of legend.

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        This Side of Paradise

      Scribners 1920 - A very good second printing of the first edition. Former owner's name on front free endpaper. Second printing was published in April, 1920, the same month as the first printing, and is identical to the first printing except for the one line reference to the reprinting on the copyright page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Kingdom of the Pearl

      New York: [Printed in London and Tonbridge by the Whitefriars Press for] Brentano's, [1920]. Folio. Color frontispiece and nine plates, each tipped to mounts within printed frames, captioned tissue guards preserved. Original vellum-backed boards, gilt-lettered and -decorated on front cover and spine, decorated endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed with deckle-edges preserved. LIMITED EDITION, one of 100 copies for sale in the United States signed by Dulac (out of a total edition of 775 copies). Stain on lower rear cover, some soiling to binding; a few minor scattered foxmarks.

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        A New Mexico David and Other Stories and Sketches of the Southwest

      New York: Scribner's, 1920 - First Edition. A little foxing; nearly fine. A nice association copy between two Western, outdoor writers; inscribed by the author, "To Harry Knibbs, A real poet - one of the few Survivors - with deep admiration & real love. Chas. F. Lummis. Dec. 7 1927." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        [CRICKET] Alice in Holidayland

      A parody in prose, verse and picture. Perpetrated with apologies to the immortal originals of Lewis Carroll and John Tenniel. Pictures by Frank H. Mason and Noel Pocock.Leeds: Chorley & Pickersgill, n.d. [c. 1920]. Second edition. Oblong quarto, illustrated card wrappers (light marks and corner wear), string bound, 47 pp, illustrated throughout with colour plates, including a delightful Australian plate of a kangaroo and British lion fighting over the Ashes, an urn which Alice is holding tightly; contents very clean and sound. This scarce publication was commissioned by the North Eastern Railway to accompany an advertising campaign which promoted the resorts in the North East of England using characters from Lewis Carroll's popular books. Charming juvenilia with Australian content. Five copies recorded in Australian collections (National Library of Australia; State Library of New South Wales; State Library of South Australia; Monash University Library; MCC Library).

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        Old French Fairy Tales

      Illustrated by Virginia Frances Sterrett. Philadelphia : Penn Publishing Company, [1920]. Quarto, gilt-lettered cloth with pictorial onlay (slightly dulled to spine and rubbed lower edge), decorated endpapers, black and white illustrations, 8 magnificent colour plates. A fine copy. A superior copy of this book of fairy tales with illustrations done by Sterrett at the age of 19. This was her first commissioned work. In 1931, at the age of 31, Sterrett died from tuberculosis.

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        Nachdenkende Frau.

      - Original-Lithographie, 1920, 56x35 cm, handschriftlich signiert. *Unter Passepartout gerahmt, am oberen Rand durch Original-Montierung etwas wellig (WVZ: Klipstein 147) *Signierte Original-Lithographie aus der Ausgabe C der "Richter-Mappe" [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Die Novelle. Mit 10 Steinzeichnungen Von Carl Rabus.

      Hesperos-Verlag, Munchen 1920 - Stone lithographs; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 39 pages; Circa 1920. Hesperos-Verlag, Munchen. Limited edition; #32 of 500 copies produced. Manuscript signature in pencil by the illustrator Rabus to 9 of the 10 tissue guarded lithographs. He has also signed the limitation colophon on the terminal leaf of the book. Bound in cream parchment over boards with pictorial emblem in gilt to cover and double fillet borders in gilt. Black morocco leather title label lettered in gilt has a tiny chip at the edge. A single tissue guard to the 7th plate is missing; all others present. 9 of 10 plates are hand signed. Boards yawn just a trifle at the front edge. Superficial bumping at front corners. Prior owner name and address stamp to the verso of the front endpage. VG to VG+; Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Sphinx, The

      London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1920. Oscar Wilde's "The Sphinx" Illustrated by Alastair The 'Exquisite Grotesque! Half Woman and Half Animal!' ALASTAIR [VOIGHT, Hans Henning, illustrator]. WILDE, Oscar. The Sphinx. Illustrated by Alastair. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1920. First edition illustrated by Alastair (first published in 1894, with decorations by Charles Ricketts). Limited to 1,000 copies. Large quarto. 36 pp. Ten plates printed in black and turquoise, with descriptive tissue guards, plus two additional plates on the front and rear endpapers. Thirteen large decorative initials (including repeats) printed in black and turquoise. Title printed in black and turquoise. Publisher's white buckram, front cover pictorially stamped in gilt and dark turquoise with a design by Alastair, spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut. Small circular bookplate on rear paste-down. Spine very slightly darkened, but the gilt and blue design on front cover quite fresh. A near fine copy. "The publication of The Sphinx in 1920 signalled the start of Alastair's decade of fame. The book had been planned before the war. The illustrations had been printed in Belgium and stored in London during the war years: as a note in the book pointed out... First published by John Lane in 1894, this was originally a youthful poem, later revised. An invocation to the Sphinx, the 'exquisite grotesque! half woman and half animal!', it brought in a multiplicity of Egyptian echoes in its heightened language." (Victor Arwas. Alastair Illustrator of Decadence, p. 12 & p.30) Alastair (Hans Henning Voight) 1887-1969, was a a writer, artist, dancer, and illustrator. His drawings were inspired by the work of Aubrey Beardsley, and combines his elegant skill with his fascination of the perverse, sinister, and satanic. Oscar Wilde (1854-1900). Oscar Wilde's poem "The Sphinx" depicts a sexually voracious monster - the legendary Sphinx, who, in Wilde's work, has been the lover of many classical figures, among them Ammon, the god Amenalk, the gryphon, and the Tragelaphos (a goat-stag monster of myth). Throughout the poem Wilde makes references to figures of legend.

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        Irish Fairy Tales

      London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd, 1920 - When Irish Elves Are Smiling It's an Arthur Rackham SpringWith the Lilt of Irish FairiesYou Can Hear the Goblins Sing[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. STEPHENS, James. Irish Fairy Tales. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd, 1920. First trade edition. Quarto (8 1/4 x 6 5/8 in; 210 x 168 mm). x, 318 pp. Sixteen full color plates with captioned tissue guards, twenty-one drawings in black and white. Publisher's gilt-stamped green cloth. Top edge stained green. Corners and spine extremities a little rubbed. A near fine copy.The fairy tales in this book include:The Story of Tuan mac CairillThe Boyhood of FionnThe Birth of BranOisin's MotherThe Wooing of BecfolaThe Little Brawl at AllenThe Carl of the Drab CoatThe Enchanted Cave of Cesh CorranBecuma of the White SkinMorgan's Frenzy"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)."Rackham's books for the English market in the early post-war years included Flora Annie Steel's English Fairy Tales Retold (1918)? and his friend James Stephen's collection of Irish Fairy Tales? In the latter 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).Latimore and Haskell, p. 52. Riall, p. 138. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        RUR. Rossum's Uinversal Robots. Kolektivní drama o vsupiní komedii a trech aktech.

      Praze (Prague), Aventinum, 1920. Bound in a contemporary green half cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Binding a bit simple, but fine. Internally very nice and clean. Scarce first edition of the seminal work that coined the term "robot", introduced it to the English language - and all other languages - and to science fiction. The work constitutes a cornerstone of 20th century literature and a landmark work of science fiction. The work was first published, as it is here, in Prague, 1920, in the original Czech, bearing the English subtitle "Rossum's Universal Robots". The play premiered on January 25 1921 and became an immediate success. By 1923, it had been translated into thirty languages. The work was hugely influential from the very beginning, and today science fiction is scarcely imaginable without this groundbreaking work. Introducing the word "robot", Capek displaced older words such as "automaton" or "android" in languages around the world. The word is derived from the Czech "robota", which means forced labour of the kind that serfs had to perform on their masters' lands - "robota" again is derived from the Czech word "rab", which mean "slave". The name "Rossum" is an allusion to the Czech word "rozum", which means "reason", "wisdom", "intellect" or the like. In "R.U.R" a scientist discovers the secret of creating humanlike machines that are more precise and reliable than human beings, and a factory is set up, making these artificial people - robots - from synthetic organic matter. The robots are not made of metal, but of living flesh and blood and resemble the modern ideas of robots and clones more than mechanical "items". They are still, assembled, however, and not born or grown. Capek's robots may be mistaken for humans and can think for themselves. In the beginning, the robots seem happy to work for humans, but a robot rebellion leads to machines dominating the human race and threatening it with extinction.The play was translated from Czech into English by Paul Selver and adapted for the English stage by Nigel Playfair in 1923. The American première was at the Garrick Theatre in New York City in October 1922, where it ran for 184 performances, a production in which Spencer Tracy and Pat O'Brien played robots in their Broadway debuts. It also played in Chicago and Los Angeles during 1923.

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        L'Ossatura Murale. Studio statico-costruttivo ed estetico-proporzionale degli organismi architettonici, con speciale riferimento alle sturtture elastiche nelle loro varie e moderne applicazioni practiche. Parte I - La stabilita : proporzionamento e disposizione delle strutture resistenti in conseguenza alle azioni che sollecitano il sistema: proporzionamento dell'ambiente. Parte II. Parte II - L'estetica : caratteri estetico-proporzionali delle forme di struttura in relazione anche all'ufficio statico disimpegnato dal sistema resistente. Parte III. La costruzione: la pratica dell'esecuzione con i varii materiali e mezzo d'opera delle strutture resistenti

      C. Crudo & c., Torino. 1920 - 1ª ed. Tomo I: Cuaderno de xiii + 122pp., portada de Tavole y 61 láminas sueltas. Tomo II: Cuaderno de viii + 49pp. 1h., portada de Tavole y 44 láminas. Tomo III: cuaderno de viii + 96pp., portada de Tavole y 92 láminas Cada tomo en una carpeta editorial estampada. Monumental tratado de arquitectura desde lo clásico hasta la segunda década del s. XX. Algún roce en las cubiertas, pero muy buenos ejemplares de esta obra rara y apreciada. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 4 Euros.

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        The Red and White Diamond. Authorised History of the Twenty-fourth Battalion AIF

      Published for the 24th Battalion Association by Alexander McCubbin, Melbourne 1920 - [1920]. Octavo, 340 pages plus 25 plates and 4 maps (one folding). Papered boards lightly rubbed and bumped, with a few tiny surface indentations to the rear cover near the foot of the hinge; acidic paper tanned as ever; front flyleaf neatly removed; notwithstanding, a very attractive copy of a book that does not wear well (now preserved in a custom-made clamshell box). The author was a member of the battalion; he was awarded the Military Medal at Pozieres in March 1916. Dornbusch 316; Fielding and O'Neill, page 227; Trigellis-Smith 225. Please use the 'Ask Bookseller a Question' link below to confirm availability and postage charges. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Max Grauert: Innen-Einrichtungen. Ernst Zink: Innen-Räume.

      Berlin, um 1920-30. 2 Fotoalben. Ca. 27 und 28 kartonierte Blätter. Quer 4° (ca.33 x 25 cm). Original-Halbpergamin mit goldgeprägtem Titel. Ein Blatt lose, sonst beide Alben in gutem Zustand! 2 Fotoalben mit den Inneneinrichtungen und der Verlagsinnenarchitektur von Max Grauert und Ernst Zink, Herausgeber des Berliner Kunstverlages Grauert & Zink (ca. 1900-2011, sehr bedeutend in den 20er bis 30er Jahren). Album Max Grauert mit 27, Album Ernst Zink mit 28 Original-Fotos, überwiegend in ca. 17 x 23 cm, einige wenige kleinere Formate, diverse Bilder sind Wiederholungen. Die Fotos zeigen sowohl Bilder aus dem Geschäftsbereich mit den Verlagsräumen als auch aus dem privaten Bereich mit Inneneinrichtung (z. B. auch die Dachterrasse) und persönlichen Aufnahmen (Familienbilder). Anbei 1 Original-Foto, 12 x 17 cm, Blumengesteck der Firma für die Trauerfeier von Ernst Zink, 16.7.1925, rückseitig handschriftlicher Vermerk. Außerdem Verlagspostkarten, eine achtseitige Verlagswerbung für farbige Kunstblätter von Högfeldt (1937) sowie diverse Rechnungsformulare des Verlages. - Siehe Foto. Versand D: 5,90 EUR

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        William Shakespeare: Hamlet. Prince of Denmark.

      [Berlin], [Paul Graupe], [] 1920 - 32 x 24 cm. Mit radiertem Titelblatt und 31 Original-Radierungen., HPerg.-Mappe mit losen Blättern., Einige Blätter etwas stockfleckig. Papier etwas gebräunt Alle Radierungen vom Künstler signiert. Radierfolge ohne den Text. Eine Buchausgabe erschien im selben Jahr mit den in den Text eingedruckten Radierungen bei J. Schröder in München.- Sepp Frank (1889-1970) deutscher Maler, Glasmaler und Grafiker. studierte an der Münchner Akademie der Bildenden Künste, eine Ausbildung, die er im Gegensatz zu seinem Altersgenossen Christian Schad, der ebenfalls in Miesbach geboren war, beendete. Frank unternahm frühzeitig zahlreiche Studienreisen um sich weiterzubilden. Er wandte sich bald der Graphik zu und ist noch heute für seine zahlreichen Exlibris bekannt. Neben der Porträtmalerei war ein weiteres Betätigungsfeld die Glasmalerei und er schuf beispielsweise Werke für den Münchner Dom, die Marienkirche in Limburg an der Lahn, die St.Otto-Kirche in Bamberg (1927) und die Kirche St. Gabriel in München, aber auch 1952 eine Maria mit Kind für die kath. Kirche St. Agatha in Dülmen-Rorup und 1937 das Fenster "Segnungen der Kohlechemie" für das Verwaltungsgebäude der Degussa GmbH in Herne-Wanne-Eickel. Diese Werke sind teilweise im Zweiten Weltkrieg zerstört worden. Schon 1942 wurde er durch eine Sonderausstellung des Maximilianmuseums in Augsburg geehrt. Schlagworte: Illustr. Bücher - Originalgrafik [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        L'Enfant

      Paris, Mornay 1920 - 20x3x15.5 cm Edition of 1000 copies. Copy on Japon Imperial, one of 60 copies. Perfect conditions and uncut. Edition tirée à 1000 exemplaires. Il s'agit de l'un des 60 exemplaires imprimé sur papier Japon Impérial. Dans de parfaites conditions et non-coupé.

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        Karl Ritter: Die Einflüsterung (Originalzeichnung)

      1920 - Aquarell, Tusche und Deckweiß auf Papier 37,5 x 27,5 cm Rechts unten signiert Veröffentlicht: „Der Orchideengarten“ Jahrgang 1920, Band 2, Heft 11, Titelseite (Variante) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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