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2010-01-23 18:57:13
SANDBURG, CARL.
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1920. FIRST EDITION. Hardcover. Contemporary owner signature on flyleaf --in fact, dated Christmas 1919. Near fine copy with paper boards clean and fresh, in a very good to near fine dust jacket, slightly and evenly browned at spine panel with some restoration of small chips at extremities. Scarce in jacket.
Bookseller: Robert Dagg Rare Books [US]
2010-01-21 13:46:12
DELAW (George)
Félix Juven. s.d. (ca 1920). In-4 (325 x 254 mm), 75 pp., cartonnage décoré, dos toile rouge. Illustrations en couleurs et en noir par George Delaw (1871 - 1938). (dos passé, quelques petits défauts, quelques piqûres). // n.d. (ca 1920). Quarto (325 x 254 mm), 75 pp., decorated paper-boards, red cloth spine. Illustrations in colours and in black by George Delaw (spine faded, some little defects, some spots). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: H. PICARD ET FILS, depuis 1902 [PARIS, France]
2010-01-18 05:16:33
BERGEN, Edgar
1920. ("Edgar Bergen") in black fountain pen on 1/2 length near profile portrait of Bergen and "Charlie McCarthy" dressed in matching full formal wear with top hats, white bow tie and black tuxedo coats with carnations in the lapel. Photograph is by Maurice Seymour with his logo in the lower left corner and is on heavy stock; 8" x 10"; very good (small stain to lower left margin); ca. 1920’s. Signed and inscribed: "To Charlotte I’m stuck with Charlie, You’re stuck with ‘Snag’ Edgar Bergen." Snag [Samuel] Werris (1911-87), radio and television comedy writer for Jackie Gleason, Jerry Lewis, et al.; also an accomplished magician and founding member of the Magic Castle a noted private magicians club in Hollywood. Bergen (1903-78), mild-mannered Swedish-American ventriloquist, creator of Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd; winner of a Special Academy Award 1937. There were three versions of Charlie McCarthy, Edgar Bergen's most famous character. One of the wooden "dummies" is in the Smithsonian Institution; the second occupies a place of honor at the Museum Of Broadcast Communications in Chicago. The third is owned by magician David Copperfield who purchased it at auction for $110,000.00. Bergen served as the first president of the Television Academy.. Signed by Author(s). F. Soft cover. [Attributes: Signed Copy; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Houle Rare Books & Autographs [United States]
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2010-01-18 05:16:33
BERGEN, Edgar.
Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA [Palm Springs, CA, U.S.A.]
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2010-01-18 01:47:35
BORIS, Laszlo.
Leipzig, Friedrich Dehne 1920. 31,5 : 26,8 cm. 1 Doppelblatt u. 10 Orig.-Radierungen in Orig.-Kartonmappe mit Titeldruck in Blau. Unter der Aufsicht des Künstlers in 550 Ex. gedruckt. Hier eines von 500 Ex. (Nr. 25) auf Kupferdruckpapier, von L.Boris im Druckvermerk in Bleistift signiert. Die Graphiken jeweils numeriert: 25/500. - Umschlag gering stockfleckig und mit Spuren eines entfernten Etiketts, innen tadellos sauberes Exemplar. Sprache: de [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer Antiquariat & Galerie [Zürich, ZH, Switzerland]
2010-01-16 13:13:23
Andersen, Hans
Vienna M.Munk, 1920. First Thus. Broche / Sewn. Dustjacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 50 unnumbered pages, 12 fine full page plates by Leffler and Urban. Orig. decorated wrapper, lower part damaged. here we have the French text edition, simultaneously published with the German text edition. A highlight in the Vienna style illustrations , in a very fine condition, apart for the minor flaws at the Dw. Condition: Fine. dj: Good.
Bookseller: Quist Antiquarian [Netherlands]
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2010-01-15 11:20:32
Ward, George Edgar Septimus
Carefully preserved notes of the comprehensive lectures on forensic medicine given by Dr. Ward at London's Middlesex Hospital, his "interest in clinical medicine . . . taught clearly and impressively to many generations of students at the Middlesex". Flexible dark green buckram, gilt lettered, neat double-spaced typescript in red and black, 23 lectures in 136 pages; a very good copy. N.p., London, 1920's?.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2010-01-15 03:38:19
Brandeis, Louis D
1920. Brandeis, Louis Dembitz [1870-1938]. [Photograph of Brandeis in Judicial Attire with Inscribed Studio Card]. Washington: The Clinedinst Studio, 1920. 7" x 10" portrait black-and-white photograph and 2" x 7" card from the Clinedinst Studio. Card inscribed and signed in bold hand. Handsomely matted and glazed. * The card reads: "For [illegible] with appreciation of services/ to the Jewish cause/ Oct. 20, '20/ Louis D. Brandeis." Brandeis became an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court in 1916 and was the first Jewish Justice on the Court, where he served until 1939.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2010-01-13 23:05:24
(Furniture) Viollet-le-Duc, E.
Paris: Ernest Gründ, Éditeur, 1920. Illustrated with chromolithographs and b/w plates. 6 vols. 8vo. Bound in half red morocco, gilt spines, marbled boards, spines gilt, t.e.g. Minor rubbing, textblock uniformly toned. Very Good plus. Illustrated with chromolithographs and b/w plates. 6 vols. 8vo.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [US]
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2010-01-11 14:41:39
Maxwell, Gordon S.; Donald Maxwell
A. & C. Black, Ltd London 1920 First Edition. Dust Jacket Very good- condition (DJ) Book Octavo (8vo) Hardcover Near fine condition xii, 203 pages of text, followed by [i] of publisher's advertisement. Blue hardcover decorative cloth binding is bright and attractive, with only minimal darkening to top of spine. Unclipped dustjacket (scarce) is overall moderately soiled and shelfworn, with several small chips and creases; protected in archival mylar. Illustrated with 32 plates, of which 16 are in colour (by Donald Maxwell). A few tiny spots of staining to page edges visible when closed. Tight and attractive, uncommon in the dustwrapper.
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2010-01-10 11:52:28
Lowell, Guy
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2010-01-09 03:44:21
Linton, Dr. C[harles] E[llsworth]
Salem, Oregon: From the Press of Statesman Publishing Co., n.d.. [1920?]. original pictorial gray cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black.. A fine copy in the pictorial dust jacket (illustration and typography. matching that used on the binding) with shelf wear at edges, closed. tear to upper portion of front panel with internal tape mend, and. some general staining and soiling. Rarely found in the jacket.. (#109895). First edition. Signed presentation inscription by Linton on the front free endpaper. Two variants noted, priority, if any, not determined, one with dedication at back of book (page [233]), the other at front (page [7]), this being one of the latter. Linked short stories of exploration (journey to earth's hollow interior, flight to the moon, etc.) utilizing burrowing machine, the "Earthomotor," and the "Arctic Bell," a flying boat. Much of the narrative is set in Alaska and the Arctic region. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 510. Bleiler (1978), p. 124. Reginald 09088. Smith, American Fiction, 1901-1925 L-357.
Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2010-01-08 21:35:46
Smythe, James P. Ph.D. (W.E. Aughinbaugh, Foreword)
San Francisco, CA: California Printing Co., 1920. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Size is 8vo. (full book description) California Printing Co., San Francisco, CA, 1920. 2nd Edition 2nd Printing, VG-, Hard Cover, No Dust Jacket. Size is 8vo, 269pgs. Very minor shelfwear top/bottom of spine, o.w. clean & tight. Actually 2nd printing of 1st Edition. [Romanovs; Russian Royalty; Diaries/Memoirs] SELLING WORLDWIDE SINCE 1987. WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE! 2nd Printing
Bookseller: edconroybooks [Troy, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-01-06 13:18:56
MACAULAY, Rose
W. Collins Sons, 1920. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. Spine ends very lightly worn, and the crown a touch darkened, at least very good in a well worn, fair only dustwrapper with chips and tears that have been internally repaired with a glassine-type tape. A basically intact example of the rare first issue dustwrapper on this author's uncommon breakthrough novel. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [U.S.A.]
2010-01-05 20:14:21
COLLODI, CARLO
KIRK, MARIA. COLLODI,CARLO. (KIRK) PINOCCHIO. Philadelphia: Lippincott (1920). 4to (7 1/4 x 9 1/2"), blue & tan cloth, 234p., Fine IN ORIGINAL PICTORIAL BOX (box rubbed and sl. soiled). First edition of the DELUXE EDITION featuring 14 beautiful tipped in color plates by MARIA KIRK plus illustrations on text pages and pictorial endpapers. An enchanting version of this favorite tale, scarce in the box.
Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2010-01-03 10:34:45
Owen Dora
1920. Hard Cover. Very Good. Goble, Warwick . 180 pages, Tolkiens first illustrated poem (earlier one of Goblins Feet not illustrated)
Bookseller: The Last Word [ NZL]
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2010-01-02 19:46:41
DUPONT MAURICE
Librairie Des Arts Décoratifs, Paris - (vers 1920), In folio en feuilles sous chemise, 8 pages et 48 planches en noir et en couleurs, Bon exemplaire complet des 48 planches.
Bookseller: La Basse Fontaine
2009-12-30 13:32:36
RAYMOND, Alexandre
Paris Editions Albert Morancé First Edition. Paris, Editions Albert Morancé, [undated, but 1920s?]. Quarto, 12 pages (sewn as one section) plus 32 loose colour plates (26 single-sheet and 3 double-page), in a portfolio of quarter cloth and colour pictorial papered boards with ribbon ties. Cloth expertly renewed, ribbon ties a little frayed; later ownership signature; minimal foxing; tiny chip to the leading edge of one plate; a very good copy. In the publisher's 'Documents d'Architecture' series; decorative tiles from 1421 to 1800. Hardcover Very Goodfirst edition
Bookseller: Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers [Australia]
2009-12-30 02:58:57
Standley, P.C.
Pub. Washington. 1920-26. 5 parts bound in 2 volumes. Ex-Forest Library Oxford with lib. marks. Spines relaid on both volumes. Boards well rubbed in places. Contents in very good condition. 0.0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: C. Arden (Bookseller) ABA [Hay-on-Wye, United Kingdom]
2009-12-24 12:38:06
Feldwabel, Johann
NP, n/d. Hardcover. g. Der Wagenbauer: Leipzig. Waldheim-Eberle A. G. 1920. Maroon leather portfolio with decorative folding flaps, gold lettering on cover. Title- and contents pages & 67 loose leaves with illustrations of auto and coach designs by Johann Feldwabel. Some of the designs: Mylord, Stadtkupee, Landauer, Jagdwagen. Illustrations are b/w reproductions of over 300 drawings, plans and some photographs. J. Feldwabel was a renowned coach-builder from Vienna. His groundbreaking work "Der Wagen- und Automobilkarosseriebauer" caused an international sensation. He also taught auto-design at the Technologischen Gewerbemuseum. One of his most famous students was Erwin Kommenda (1904-2004) who was the chief-designer at Daimler-Benz, and later was put in charge of the Porsche body designing department. "67 Tafelbeilagen mit mehr als 300 Konstruktionszeichnungen, Werkplänen und figürlichen Darstellungen." Includes a table: "Maßtabelle für Achsen-, Rad- und Federstärken der Luxuswagen." Age wear, scuffing and some staining on leather. Head of spine bumped, affecting top left corner of inside leaves slightly. Chipping and tearing on parts of spine. Some foxing to minside of flaps and bottom margin of title-page. Portfolio in overall good, interior in very good condition. Rare, complete portfolio. OCLC lists only 1 library worldwide owning this item. WITH 25 ORIGINAL Patent Registered Certificates (Patent-Urkunden) from Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Great Britain, France, Belgium and Italy (* detailed description below). Most … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller [US]
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2009-12-24 07:15:16
Stegman, Carl von; Heinrich von Geymueller [Geymüller]; (eds.)
The Architectural Book Publishing Company, New York, 1920. Sm. elephant folio. x,195pp. viii,184,[2]pp. Gold- and blind stamped green cloth with gold lettering on spine. Frontispiece in both volumes. Title-page vignette. This detailed extensive work on the Renaissance architecture of Tuscany ranks, with Letarouilly's great work on the architecture of Rome, as one of the most useful and valuable treatises on Italian Renaissance architecture ever published. Profusely illustrated with b/w reproductions of plans and photographs, many of them showing exquisite decorative detail. Published under the careful eye of the Società San Georgio, a society of German artists in Florence. 2 page publisher's advertisement in rear of Vol. II. Some age wear, scuffing and minor staining on cloth. Head and tail of spines frayed and slightly chipped. Signature of previous owner on inside of front board. Some finger-smudges on few pages. Tight copies with binding in good+, interior in very good condition. Complete in two volumes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-12-21 18:59:02
BOSWORTH, Welles (1868-1966)
1920. The reknowned American Beaux-Arts architect famed for New York City's AT & T Building, MIT's Cambridge campus, Theodore N. Vail's mansion (Morristown, NJ) and much of the noted Rockefeller family estate Kykuit (Tarrytown, NY) spent much of the 1920s and '30s in France, where patron John D. Rockefeller Jr. placed him in charge of the restoration of the Palace of Versailles and Notre-Dame de Reims. TLS, 1p, 8½" X 9", New York, NY, 1924 July 2. Addressed to Dr. Samuel W. Stratton, president of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1861-1931, noted University of Chicago physicist who created the Bureau of Standards). Near fine. Just a few years after completing MIT's campus, its creator writes to MIT's president, "It is a great pleasure to hear from you and to know that you are going to be accessible all summer. I am, of course, involved just now in clearing up accumulations during my long absence, but look forward to an early date when I can come over to Boston to see you." Handsomely signed. Bosworth was an MIT graduate, by the way -- class of 1889. A quite uncommon autograph. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Main Street Fine Books & Mss, ABAA [Galena, IL, U.S.A.]
2009-12-20 01:10:08
Nielsen Kay
Circa 1920. Signed by Nielsen at the foot of the drawing. an original pen and pencil drawing with wash on heavy cream coloured stock. The stock roughly 360 by 265mm, signed at the bottom, the image itself roughly 270 by 175mm, now matted in blue boards and with protective plastic sleeve. A RARELY ENCOUNTERED DRAWING BY ONE OF THE FOREMOST ILLUSTRATORS OF THE EARLY PART OF THE 20TH CENTURY. The Nielsen drawing is quite an interesting piece. It seems possible that it might have been intended for use as a set design, but it is also a rather accomplished drawing which has very finished elements such as the figure at the far left and the figure facing. These incorporate Nielsen's best traits as an artist. The figure to the far right seems also to have a wash applied as the artist might have done while beginning his water colour work. A working figure underlies one of the finished ones, and the drawing is signed by Nielsen at the bottom of the plate. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-12-17 22:02:48
Woolf Virginia
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Comp., 1920. Very early American Edition, First Harcourt, Brace edition. 8vo, publisher’s blue cloth with paper label on spine. 575. A very nice copy, near fine. Woolf’s first novel. “ Realistic in form but already foreshadowing the lyric intensity of her later work, it describes the voyage to South America of a young Englishwomen, Rachel Vinrace; her engagement there to Sir John Hirst and her subsequent fever and rapid death.”
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.
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2009-12-17 10:23:19
(Rudolph Ackermann)
London. R. Ackermann. 1920. Bound gilt ruled full calfskin. Gilt tooled decorations to front and rear covers with embossed stringed instrument to front and rear covers. Gilt titles to spine. Marbled edges and endsheets. Small Folio. 9.25" x 13.0". The First Edition. Illustrated by 12 leaves of engraved plates. Ackermann's extremely rare study of the Cossack tribes and their way of life at the time of the Napoleonic conquest. Rebacked in contemprary morocce. Original morocco label liad-on. Covers rubbed with loss of most tooling to front cover.Sporadic Foxing throughout. A crisp, tight copy. An exquisitely rare item, records indicate no copy has appeared at auction since 1978.
Bookseller: Heldfond Book Gallery, ABAA-ILAB
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2009-12-16 18:41:47
Albert Einstein
Used [Publisher: Methuen & Co. Ltd.] 1920
Bookseller: amazon.co.uk
2009-12-16 10:05:07
LEROUX, Gaston
London, The Reader's Library. n.d. [late 1920's], 39. Reader's Library Edition. FIRST THUS, movie tie-in. Small 8vo. 240pp. Publisher's burgundy cloth decorated in gilt. Spine darkened, some isolated spotting, very little wear. Paper uniformly toned throughout. A smart, tight little book in a stunning colour dustwrapper with light edgewear, bright unfaded and bursting with Lon Chaney melodramatic cloak swirling. Mystery writer Leroux's classic tale of extraordinary events, tragedy, horror, pathos, humour and a gallery of minor characters; the portrait of the hideous musician, crazed by his extreme ugliness, shows compassionate insight into the criminally insane mind. Bleiler; Checklist of Fantastic Literature [357].
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books
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2009-12-14 05:36:23
Schurmeyer, Walter
Frankfurt A.M., Germany: Verlag Zinglers Kabinett, 1920. This is a very good softcover copy in the original stiff brown paper covers, with the illustration tipped-on the front cover. With 2 original woodcuts by Heinrich Campendonk. They are printed on slightly heavier paper than the text pages, with tissue guards and full margins. They are printed with a rich chocolate brown ink, and are both in very nice condition. There are 12 other illustrations in sepia tones on different paper stock + the illustration on the front cover. A little chipping to the edges of the covers, otherwise fine. Large 4to, 11" high X 9" wide, 7 pages of text + illustrations and original woodcuts. Call or e-mail for digital photographs. This book will be securely wrapped and packed in a sturdy box and shipped with tracking. Very Good. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Design Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-12-13 19:54:25
Clarke, Harry [illus]:
London: George G. Harrap & Co, [1920].. London: George G. Harrap & Co, [1920].. Quarto. Full white stiff vellum, stamped in gilt, t.e.g. Frontis, plates (many in color) and illustrations by Harry Clarke. Spine a shade darkened, minor bumps to fore-corners, a few stray marks to vellum, but a very good or better copy, without slipcase. First edition, deluxe issue. One of only 250 numbered copies, specially printed and bound, and signed by Clarke. An uncommon issue of this anthology, featuring poems by Brooke, de la Mare, Graves, Grenfell, Hardy, Hodgson, Johnson, Masefield, Monro, Stephens, Yeats, et al, accompanied by Clarke's distinctive illustrations. There was also an issue for the U.S., with a cancel-title leaf.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-
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2009-12-13 18:46:13
COLETTE
Paris: Artheme Fayard & Cie, 1920. FIRST EDITION. Paperback. Trade issue. Some slight browning to pages. Otherwise a near fine copy, with a square spine and wrappers in fresh condition, in original glassine jacket.
Bookseller: Robert Dagg Rare Books [US]
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2009-12-12 16:48:52
Fielding, Henry
Boston and New York: C.T. Brainard Publishing Co, 1920. Hardcover. Very good plus. Hardcover. Volume I: The Adventures of Joseph Andrews and his friend Mr. Abraham Adams, parts I & II; Volume II: Tom Jones, parts I & II; Volume III: Tom Jones, parts III & IV; Volume IV: Amelia, part I; Volume V: Amelia, part II and Jonathan Wild; Volume VI: Miscellaneous Writings, parts I & II. This set is attractively bound in three quarter tan leather backed marbled paper covered boards. Maroon leather title labels and tan leather volume labels to spines of all volumes. Chip to heads of spines of books III and IV. Corner of title label missing from volume II. Light wear to corners and edges of all volumes. Pristine interiors with marbled endpages. Each part begins with a frontis illustration and tissue guard (12 in all). An attractive set. LIT/100407 This set may require an extra shipping fee.
Bookseller: The Kelmscott Bookshop, ABAA [Baltimore, MD, U.S.A.]
2009-12-06 13:33:06
Melani Alfredo.
Hoepli, s.d. 1920 circa, Milano. (Codice BM/0497) In 4º (cm 31,8). PRIMA EDIZIONE. Il mobile Liberty. Serie completa di 100 bellissime tavole a uno o più colori: foto e disegni (prospetti e progetti in scala). Con 6 pp. frontespizio, introduzione, indice (artisti e mobili). Custodite nella cartella originale in tela, titoli in rosso e bianco al piatto. Esemplare freschissimo. Euro 180.00 All books are in stock in fine conditions or described meticulously. Very safe packaging
Bookseller: Bergoglio Libri d'Epoca [RIVALBA, TO, Italy]
2009-12-04 03:58:27
WOOLF, VIRGINIA.
New York: George H. Doran, 1920. First American Edition of Woolf's first book; revised by the author for American publication. A small number of these American sheets were exported to England to be issued by Duckworth in 1920, and then by the Hogarth Press in 1929. Other than these two issues, the revised text has not been published in the United Kingdom. Bookplate; fine in a much better than usual example of the dust jacket, which has some very small chips and tiny tears at the extremities. All books described as first editions are first printings unless otherwise noted. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc., A.B.A.A. [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-12-02 11:14:17
FLAGG, JAMES MONTGOMERY
1920. SEE DETAILED DESCRIPTION BELOW. FLAGG, JAMES MONTGOMERY. Original Pen & Ink Drawing of Young Flapper Woman of the Twenties Signed by James Montgomery Flagg. Approximately 8 by 11 inches, Attractively matted & framed to 11 1/2 by 16 1/12 inches, (1920s). Charming original pen & ink drawing of a young Flapper woman signed in full, James Montgomery Flagg, Portrayed from the waist up with her left hand on her hip, the woman, wearing a classic twenties chemise dress, has a sophisticated pose and look with her head turned upward and to her left. Quite detailed and refined piece. In fine condition, with the ink and paper fresh and bright. A wonderful example of the artist best remembered for his classic World War I Uncle Sam recruiting poster - I WANT YOU. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: James Pepper Rare Books, Inc., ABAA [Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-11-24 11:33:57
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM.; .
Hodder and Stoughton Publishers, London.,Circa 1920's. 4to. Near fine with 24 quality tipped-in full colour plates with tissue guards by Sir James D. Linton RI.Contemporary half dark blue morocco with light blue cloth boards, raised bands with gilt lettering and top edge gilt. Pages XIX - XXVI misbound but complete. V. minor rubbing to edges of boards but overall an attractive copy.: [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member. [London, United Kingdom]
2009-11-19 00:54:12
LINDSAY, Vachel
New York: Macmillan, 1920. First edition (apparently one of two variants, this copy in gray cloth stamped in yellow and red). Lightly bumped at corners and spine ends, very near fine, lacking the rare dustwrapper. This copy nicely Inscribed on the front fly to a prominent Springfield, Illinois resident: "My good wishes to Mary Coleman Morrison. Nicholas Vachel Lindsay. Christmas 1923.". Near Fine in Fine jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2009-11-17 21:26:50
Evans, C.S. (told by); illustrated by Arthur Rackham
London: William Heinemann, 1920. London:: William Heinemann,, 1920.. First Edition thus. Hardcover. Octavo, about 10 inches tall, in pink cloth spine decorated in black with illustrated paper covered boards. 110 pages illustrated in silhouette with one tipped in color plate. Frontis and three double page illustrations on coated paper in silhouette with green and pink in addition to the black and white. Very light shelf wear to the bottom edges and tips. Bookstore tag on front endpaper. There is minor bowing to the covers due to our dry climate, but that would probably disappear with normal humidity. The uncommon dustjacket is complete but for minuscule loss of material at the tips. The spine is slightly darkened and there is a very light scratch on the front panel
Bookseller: Gallagher Books, ABAA, ILAB [US]
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2009-11-17 00:25:12
BRULATOUR, Jules E. (1870-1946)
1920. One of the other possible inspirations for Charles Foster Kane in Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" was this pioneering American silent film producer and all-around tycoon. Brief ANS, 1p, 7" X 6½", Paris, France, 1920 (OR "1930") July 17. Addressed to Irving Schwerke (1893-1975), American expatriate pianist and music critic. Fine. On embossed red letterhead of the hotel "George V," Brulatour notes: "Your write up was marvelous, & we are very grateful to you. We would be so happy if you would come over Friday and dine with us We will have two friends from home. We will go to the Folles Bergere afterwards." Although the date of this letter is debatable, surprisingly, either option makes perfect sense. If dated 1920, this letter is quite intriguing, for Brulatour's second wife was singer, actress and "Titanic" survivor Dorothy Gibson (1889-1946), for whom Brulatour left his first wife and married in 1917. The first Mrs. Brulatour managed to get get their union annulled as invalid in 1919 -- after which, according to one source, "a humiliated Dorothy Gibson [left] New York shortly thereafter to live in relative peace and anonymity in Paris." This letter appears to prove that Brulatour followed her there, perhaps to help reestablish her singing career. She had appeared in some Metropolitan Opera House productions in the teens, and Schwerke appears to have favorably reviewed a singing appearance she made in Paris. Their post-marriage dalliance did not last, however, for Brulatour married silent film actress Hope Hampton (1897-1982) in 1923, a union that lasted until his death. I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Main Street Fine Books & Mss, ABAA [Galena, IL, U.S.A.]
2009-11-16 22:03:40
Huth, Henry; Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge
Dryden Press, J. Davy and Sons, London, 1920. First Portion; Nov. 15-24, 1911. 354pp. Second Portion. [4],358-756pp. June 5-14, 1912. Third Portion. [2],758-1147pp. June 2-12, 1913. Fourth Portion. [3],1150-1324pp. July 7-10, 1914. Fifth Portion. 1318-1490pp. July 4-7,1916. Sixth Portion. [2],1492-1724pp. July 11-18, 1917. Seventh Portion. [4],1728-1988pp. July 1-9, 1918. Color frontispiece reproduction of a page from the "Sachsenspiegel," a fifteenth century illuminated manuscript of the celebrated code of laws. Eighth Portion. [4],1992-2164pp. July 8-11, 1919. Ninth and Final Portion. [2],2166-2299pp. June 22-25,1920. "It has been usual to preface the Sale Catalogues of important Libraries with a note calling attention to the most interesting books in them. In the case of the Huth Library, however, it has not been thought necessary to do this, owing to the widespread fame of the collection and to the fact that students and collectors have now been familiar with it more than a generation, through the catalogue published in 1880. This catalogue we have used as the basis of the present sale catalogue, revising and amplifying it throughout, in order to include in it, so far as possible, all the latest results of bibliographical research. " Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge. September, 1911). 9 volumes. Ex-library. 4to. Paged continuously. Small library sticker and "Withdrawn" stamp on top left corner of front wraps, Getty library sticker in rear endpaper. All catalogues bound in matching wraps. Fore- and bottom page edges untrimmed, as published. Illustrated with reproductions of ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-11-16 14:04:48
Symons, Arthur
New York: Brentano's, 1920. First American Edition. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed "To John Quinn from Arthur Symons, Xmas 1920." There are also 12 Changes in the author's hand in the first play. Blue cloth. Bookplate of John Quinn.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2009-11-16 10:27:58
DRAYTON, GRACE
DRAYTON, GRACE. DRAYTON,GRACE. THE BABY BEARS AND THE WISHING RINGS. NY:Eggars 1920. There are 12 miniature books written and illustrated by Drayton, in the original box - books in fine condition, box worn. Each book is 8 pages and measures 2 x 2 5/8", illustrated in color and each relates a different adventure of an adorable pair of baby bears: 1. Baby Bears & the Wishing Rings 7.Baby Bears & April Showers 2. Baby Bears & the Honey Pot 8.Baby Bears & Christmas 3 Baby Bears Visit To Grandma 9.Baby Bears & the Robbers 4. Baby Bears & the Snow Man 10.Baby Bears & Elly El 5. Baby Bears & the Valentines 11.Baby Bears & Weather Cock 6. Baby Bears & Mad March Hare 12.Baby Bears & Mrs. Kitty Very scarce.
Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA [Pound Ridge, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-11-12 03:32:49
GREENAWAY KATE Illustrates ; BROWNING ROBERT
Bookseller: Paul Foster Books [United Kingdom]
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2009-11-08 19:57:26
BAUM, L. Frank.
Reilly & Lee Co., Chicago, 1920. 279 pp. 4to, publisher's cloth with applied color illustration on front board, in dust jacket. First edition, first state. A fine copy in an attractive jacket. The jacket has a vertical tear through the back panel, which has been neatly repaired on the verso with Japanese tissue, without any loss of the original paper. There are a few small chips at edges, and some short tears. Otherwise a bright example of a scarce dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Jeffrey H. Marks, Rare Books, ABAA [Rochester, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-11-08 12:25:08
Baudrexel, Edu (Eduard).
München, Hurnaus. (ca. 1920). 6 signierten Orig.-Radierungen. Impera-Folio. Orig.-Halbpergament-Mappe mit marmorierten Deckel-Bezügen und vergoldeter, pergamentener Deckel-Vignette.. Nr. 64 von 120 numerierten Exemplaren. Mappe mit sehr geringen Gebrauchsspuren, Radierungen tadellos erhalten.
Bookseller: Biblio Industries Versandantiquariat Ala
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2009-11-07 16:38:52
Arnoux, Alexandre. (Adapted From 'ancient texts')
PARIS: L'EDITION D'ART H. PIAZZA., 1920. PARIS: L'EDITION D'ART H. PIAZZA.. Near Fine. 1920. First Edition. One of 1500 numbered copies in oversize paperback wrappers, protected by the original clear tissue overlay. (9" X 12") About fine apart from a few nicks to the plain tissue. Features 16 color plates by Arthur Rackham. This edition omits 2 black & white illustrations found in the English edition, but adds 1 which does not, as well as a different text adaptation. A lovely copy. (LR) .
Bookseller: WAVERLEY BOOKS ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-11-07 03:46:06
Blackmore, Katie
[c. 1920]. Blackmore, Katie. Pen and black ink, tempera, and watercolor, signed "K Blacmore R.B.A. 1 vols. Approximately 18 x 12 inches. Exhibited: Paris Salon and Royal Academy. Matted.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2009-11-06 20:46:12
MONTGOMERY, L. M.
Boston: The Page Company, 1920. Boston: The Page Company,, 1920. Octavo. Original beige cloth, titles to upper board and spine gilt, pictorial label to upper board. With the dust jacket. Illustrated by John Goss. Contemporary gift inscription to front free endpaper but an exceptionally fresh copy in the pictorial dust jacket with a number of tiny chips at the edges. First edition, first printing. Very scarce in this condition. This collection of short stories, sequel to Chronicles of Avonlea, explores the fictional Canadian village of Avonlea and its region, located on Prince Edward Island, and includes appearances by Anne Shirley, the titular heroine of Montgomery's first book, Anne of Green Gables.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2009-11-05 10:58:52
Warren Harding
Harding Gushes With Affection For His Cronies.& .& A letter to the Charles Forbes family praises the man who would later betray his confidence.& & President Harding was elected in 1920 and he brought a few friends (known as the "Ohio Gang") with him to the White House. The Gang was led by Harry M. Daugherty (Harding's appointment as Attorney General) and included Albert B. Fall (Secretary of the Interior) and Charles R. Forbes (Veteran's Bureau). These men were corrupt, and after Harding's death scandal after scandal came to light, ruining his reputation in history.& & After it was discovered that Secretary Fall had received several hundred thousand dollars from oilmen Harry Sinclair and Edward Doheny, to whom he had leased naval oil reserves in California and at Teapot Dome, Wyo., the name Teapot Dome was linked with Harding's as a symbol of corruption. Fall, finally convicted of bribery, went to jail, as did others. Daugherty, dismissed by Coolidge, barely escaped their fate. As for Forbes, he figured out how to put taxpayer money, intended to build veteran's hospitals, directly into his own pockets. When this was uncovered he fled to Europe to avoid prosecution, but eventually returned and was sent to prison. The following letter, written while Harding was serving as U.S. Senator from Ohio, is an eye-opening illustration of just how close the future president was with these men.& & Autograph Letter Signed on his personal letterhead, two pages, Washington, December 30, 1918, to Mrs. Charles Forbes, wife of his convivial crony. "Mrs. Harding commands me … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Raab Collection
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2009-10-28 23:26:41
Beerbohm, Max:
[Np]. 1920.. Landscape format (22 x 27 cm), pencil and ink wash on paper. Matted and framed under glass. Very, very slight toning to paper, but in visible fine condition (not examined out of frame). With exhibition label retained on verso. A fine caricature by Beerbohm, signed by the artist, "Max 1920." The image was published in A SURVEY in 1921, and exhibited at the Leicester Galleries in May of 1921, where it was purchased (according to the retained LG label) by poet John Drinkwater. The caricature shows an Elder Critic and a Younger Critic, standing image left of a table, on which is a barrister's wig on a stand. In addition to the caption title, the text reads: "Elder Critic: 'And what is that - er - rather peculiar object? ' Younger Critic: 'My hat, sir.'" A variant, perhaps preliminary, version is in the Clark Library, with the figures reversed, unsigned, and with the caption partially torn away. HART-DAVIS 1989.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-
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2009-10-28 07:18:41
South Hollywood Building Association
South Hollywood Building Association, 1920. South Hollywood Building Association. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1920. Hardcover. PHILADELPHIA; Ledgers; Stock Market; Folio 13" - 23" tal; 300 pages; 191 pages of holographic entries. Meetings, various expenses, settlements, commentary. A few tipped in or laid in items such as yearly reports, receipts, share values, etc. An interesting comparative record of business in boom times and then the bust of the Depression. Lacking spine strip, binding solid, writing neat and legible. .
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks) [Vineland, NJ, U.S.A.]
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