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        Les confessions. 2 Bde.

      Berlin. Internationale Bibliothek. 1921. Olwde. kl 8°. 269 / 210 SS. gute Ex. mit Exlibris im Vorsatz. ed. M. Fuchs. leicht berieben. Bibliotheque Francaise 16 und französischer Sprache (en francais) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1921 - 8vos., 26 volumes; VG; all volumes bound uniformly in blue linen cloth, with paper spine labels, all edges deckled, patterned endpapers, each volume numbered on limitation page; volume 1 initialed on limitation page by Lloyd Osbourne, an American author and the stepson of Robert Louis Stevenson; minimal to no shelfwear; AS consignment; shelved above military history; heavy set, for shipping costs please contact us. Dupont. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1921. Limited Edition, #825/1060. 8vos., 26 volumes; VG; all volumes bound uniformly in blue linen cloth, with paper spine labels, all edges deckled, patterned endpapers, each volume numbered on limitation page; volume 1 initialed on limitation page by Lloyd Osbourne, an American author and the stepson of Robert Louis Stevenson; minimal to no shelfwear; AS consignment; shelved above military history; heavy set, for shipping costs please contact us. Dupont.

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      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1921. Limited Edition, #825/1060. 8vos., 26 volumes; VG; all volumes bound uniformly in blue linen cloth, with paper spine labels, all edges deckled, patterned endpapers, each volume numbered on limitation page; volume 1 initialed on limitation page by Lloyd Osbourne, an American author and the stepson of Robert Louis Stevenson; minimal to no shelfwear; AS consignment; shelved above military history; heavy set, for shipping costs please contact us. Dupont.

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        Aus meiner Dienstzeit 1906-1918. 6 von 7 Bänden Bd. 1., Die Zeit der Annexionskrise 1906-1909 Bd. 2., 1910-1912 : Die Zeit des libyschen Krieges und des Balkankrieges bis Ende 1912 Bd. 3., 1913 und das 1. Halbjahr 1914 : Der Ausgang des Balkankrieges und die Zeit bis zum Fürstenmord in Sarajewo Bd. 4., 24. Juni 1914 bis 30. Sept. 1914 : Die politischen und militärischen Vorgänge vom Fürstenmord in Sarajevo bis zum Abschluss der ersten und bis zum Beginn der zweiten Offensive gegen Serbien und Russland Bd 4. ANLAGEN IM SCHUBER komplett Bd. 5., Oktober-November-Dezember 1914 : Die Kriegsereignisse und die politischen Vorgänge in dieser Zeit

      Rikola Verlag 1921 /1922 / 1922 / 1923 1925, Wien ; Berlin ; Leipzig ; München - 5 original Halbleinenbände und 1 original Schuber gr.-8°, // 1. Band: In zwei Teilen , mit einem Anhang und 1 farbigen ethnographischen Karte , 676 Seiten // 2. Band: Mit einem Angang, 472 Seiten // 3. Band: Mit einem Angang 812 Seiten und 3 Beilagen in der hinteren Lasche // 4. Band: 956 Seiten // 4. Band: Anlagenschuber komplett // 5. Band: 1007 Seiten mit 11 Skizzen im Text der Anlagenschuber des 5. Bandes fehlt ! ; Zustand: gut - sehr gut Titelei mit handschriftl. Vorbesitzer Namen de 9500 Buch

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        Terrestrial and Celestial Globes: Their History and Construction, Including a Consideration of their Value as Aids in the Study of Geography and Astronomy. 2 Vols.

      New Haven: Published for the Hispanic Society of America by Yale University Press/ London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1921. - First Edition, limited to 1,000 sets. Frontispiece, xxvi, 218 pp; 87 figs.; 7 tailpieces; Frontispiece, xi, 291, [1] pp; figs. 88-143; 3 tailpieces. Original cloth. Lower corners of Vol. II slightly bumped, else a bright, Near Fine set. Publications of the Hispanic Society of America No. 86. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Wolves of God and Other Fey Stories

      London Cassell and Company, Ltd 1921 - First edition. The book is firmly bound in blue cloth, lettered and patterned in darker blue, the extremities are slightly bumped and rubbed. The text block is slightly foxed and toned but free from inscriptions. The dust jacket is the original, it is slightly grubby and rubbed with minor loss and closed tears to the edges. A collection of short stories, some weird, some supernatural, others merely unsettling, there are First World War influences as well with many of the protagonists being soldiers, some shell-shocked. Uncommon in the rather superbly illustrated dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [Manuscript]: The Second Book of the Authors Club Liber Scriptorum, [along with] Corrected Galley Proofs [and] Copy #2 of the Book

      New York: The Author's Club, 1921. Near Fine. A very nearly complete collection of manuscripts, and the galley proofs of The Second Book of the Authors Club Liber Scriptorum along with a near fine copy of the book, #2 of 251 copies. All but one of the 129 manuscripts are present with various corrections and additions including author Signatures on nearly half, including four Signatures not in the book, plus a manuscript originally included but removed before publication. [With] One or more versions of the printer's galleys for 116 of the 129 contributions with corrections and printer's notes. Also included is a contemporary oversized quarter leather clamshell box with gilt spine label that housed the manuscripts and galleys. The Authors Club of New York was organized in 1882 as a club for noted persons and authors. The First Book of the Authors Club Liber Scriptorum was published in 1891 to raise money for a permanent home for the social club. This second volume was conceived to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first volume but publication was delayed due to World War I. When finally published in 1921, it contained 129 stories, poems, and essays in a limited edition of 251 copies and was Signed by each author at his contribution. Contributors include: Irving Bacheller, George Washington Cable, George Wharton Edwards, John Erskine, Franklin Henry Giddings, George Bird Grinnell, Rossiter Johnson, John Uri Lloyd, Brander Matthews, George Barr McCutcheon, Albert Payson Terhune, Carl Van Doren, and Henry van Dyke. As noted in the table of contents and errata slip, not all of the authors were able to sign this volume: eight died before the presses had finished so facsimiles were used for Joseph Alexander Altsheler, Julius Chambers, William Henry McElroy, Charles Augustus Stoddard, Stephen Henry Thayer, Calvin Thomas, James Terry White, and William Young; two had gone blind (James Thompson Bixby and Richard Rodgers Bowker), and could no longer sign their name consistently; one contributor was off traveling (Frank Crane); and one was ill (William Ordway Partridge).This copy of The Second Book of the Authors Club Liber Scriptorum is exceptional because it is accompanied by all but one of the manuscripts from the contributing authors, along with the majority of the galley proofs. The Henry van Dyke manuscript is missing but included is Francis Whiting Halsey's manuscript, "Mulberry and a Book," which is included in the manuscript table of contents but was not included in the published book, likely due to the author's death in late 1919. The typed and autographed manuscripts range from small octavo to folio and are in various conditions, averaging very good. Many of them have some light to moderate tanning, tears or chipping, most likely due to years of storage in a contemporary clamshell box, also included. Nearly all the manuscripts (including the title page, table of contents and preface) contain minor to major corrections and additions, as well as notes to the printer and are held together with paperclips or pins with some minor oxidation. Many of the manuscripts are also Signed by their contributors, most notably Bixby, Bowker, White, and Young, who did not ultimately sign the published book. In addition to these manuscripts, the galley proofs of all but 13 of the contributions are included as well. They vary greatly in size, with many cut down from long galleys, probably for easier editing and storage. Nearly all are stamped, "The Plimpton Press, Duplicate Proofs," with some scattered chips and tears, along with editing marks and notes for the printer, about near fine. A truly one of a kind collection.Full Manuscript List:- Title page. 1pp. AM.- Preface. 4pp. AM- Table of Contents. 25pp. AM1. Allen, Charles Dexter. "Book-Plate Enthusiasm." 6pp. TM.2. Allen, Lyman Whitney. "Themis." 1pp. TMS.3. Altsheler, Joseph Alexander. "In the Gallery." 13pp. TM.4. Auringer, Obadiah Cyrus. "The Quest of the Lamp." 15pp. AMS.5. Bacheller, Irving. "The Unhappy Shoat." 1pp. TM.6. Beers, Henry Augustin. "Original Gum." 50pp. AMS.7. Benjamin, Marcus. "Museum Experiences." 10pp. TM.8. Bishop, William Henry. "Breath of Pines." 2pp. AMS.9. Bixby, James Thompson. "What the White Birch Whispered." 2pp. TMS. Signed by Bixby who went blind before he could sign the book. The Signature is compete but is written on the very edge of second page in a fold.10. Bjorkman, Edwin. "The Utopian." 9pp. TM.11. Bostwick, Arthur Elmore. "Public Libraries and National Service." 14pp. TMS.12. Bowker, Richard Rodgers. "The Garden of Rest." 1pp. TMS. Signed by Bowker who went blind before he could sign the book.13. Bridge, James Howard. "Recollections of Herbert Spencer." 24pp. AMS.14. Brown, William Adams. "Night in the Woods." 1pp. TM.15. Bryan, George Sands. "The Credit Entry." 2pp. TMS.16. Cable, George Washington. "Malvina --- Song and Melody." 4pp. TM.17. Chambers, Julius. "The Regeneration of Stampalia." 16pp. TM.18. Chambers, Robert William. "Part of the Game." 3pp. TWS.19. Cheney, John Vance. "Children of Earth." 1pp. TMS.20. Church, Samuel Harden. "Here Passed the Hun." 1pp. TM.21. Clark, Joseph J.C. "The Song of Geronimo." 7pp. TMS.22. Cohen, Julius Henry. "The Lawyer of Tomorrow." 2pp. TMS.23. Cole, George Watson. "Roman Poppies." 1pp. TMS.24. Colton, Arthur Willis. "Vergil to the Authors Club." 6pp. AMS.25. Crane, Frank. "The Pleasures of Madness." 8 pp. TM.26. Dawson, Miles Menander. "The Cold." 3pp. TM.27. Day, Richard Edwin. "Extremes." 2pp. TMS.28. DeKay, Charles. "The Outrecuidance of Man." 26pp. AMS.29. Dellenbaugh, Fredrick Samuel. "Running the Sockdologer." 6pp. TMS.30. Dickinson, Charles Monroe. "The Greatest Miracle." 2pp. TM.31. Dickson, Frederick Stoeber. "Flash-Lights on the Eighteenth Century." 5pp. TM.32. Dodge, Walter Phelps. "The House of Stuart." 2 pp. TMS.33. Donahoe, Daniel Joseph. "The Song of Love Renewed." 1pp. TM.34. Draper, John William. "On the Great War." 5pp. TMS.35. Edwards, George Wharton. "The Story-Teller of Marken." 10pp. TM.36. Egan, Maurice Francis. "Of Swinburne." 1pp. TM.37. Erskine, John. "A Teacher of Literature." 12pp. AMS.38. Giddings, Franklin Henry. "Moronia." 5pp. TM.39. Gobett, Ernest. "An Australian Heroine." 6pp. TM.40. Goodwin, Wilder. "C'est la Guerre." 3pp. TMS.41. Greene, Homer. "To a New Woman." 1pp. TMS.42. Griffin, Solomon Bulkley. "Morning in the Open." 1pp. AM.43. Grinnell, George Bird. "Water-Crawler's Taking-Off." 12pp. TM.44. Guiterman, Arthur. "Talifer." 2pp. TM.45. Hamilton, Clayton. "Orpheus and Eurydice." 15pp. TM.46. Hardy, Arthur Sherburne. "Coquette." 1pp. AM.47. Haskins, Henry Stanley. "My Son." 1pp. AM.48. Heaton, John Langdon. "In France." 1pp. AM.49. Hellmann, George Sidney. "The Way it Ended." 19pp. TMS.50. Henderson, Ernest Norton. "When Life Grows Gray." 3pp. AMS.51. Henry, Stuart. "How I Became an Author." 5pp. AM.52. Hepburn, A. Barton. "A Vacation." 2pp. TM.53. Hill, David Jayne. "A Vision of the World." 13pp. AM.54. Holland, William J. "A Captain of Industry." 7pp. cut from a book with corrections and additions.55. Holliday, Robert Cortes. "The King's Head Inn, and the Coach Venture." 6pp. TM.56. Holt, Hamilton. "My French Sergeant-Major." 5pp. TMS.57. Holt, Henry. "Psychical Research." 25pp. TM.58. Horne, Herman Harrell. "My Philosophy." 5pp. AMS.59. Iles, George. "Electric Empire." 3pp. TMS.60. Ingersoll, Ernest. "An Allegory of Fearful Improvement." 9pp. TM.61. Jackson, F.J. Foakes. "Some English Settlers in America." 2pp. AMS.62. Jenks, Tudor. "In the Art Museum." 1pp. AMS.63. Jewett, John Howard. "Too Late." 1pp. AMS.64. Johnson, Rossiter. "A Literary Guide of the Future." 10pp. AMS.65. Jordan, William George. "The Psychology of Cold Feet." 8pp. TM.66. Kennan, George. "The Drone of the Bagpipe." 10pp. TMS.67. Kennard, Joseph Spencer. "Meglio a Cusi." 9pp. TMS.68. Kenyon, James Benjamin. "Diana's Bathing-Place." 1pp. TMS.69. King, David Bennett. "The College Master." 4pp. TM.70. Krehbiel, Henry Edward. "Merci Tout." 1pp. AMS.71. Kunz, George Frederick. "When Nicholas II was Czarevitch." 6pp. TM.72. Lloyd, John Uri. "The Storm on the Desert." 3pp. TM. Attached is a letter from a bookseller dated 2/9/38.73. Ludlow, James Meeker. "Old-Time Boarding-School Sports." 5pp. TM.74. MacLean, Charles Fraser. "The Surrender of an Emperor." 14pp. TM.75. Marburg, Theodore. "On the Edge of the Great Adventure." 3pp. TM.76. Martyn, Wyndham. "The Fleeting Years." 4pp TM.77. Matthews, Brander. "Letters to Living Authors." 12pp. AMS.78. McCrackan, William Denison. "After-Glow on the Riviera." 13pp. ATM.79. McCutcheon, George Bar. "How I Retired From the Stage." 19pp. TM.80. McElroy, William Henry. "The Embarrassed Shark." 4pp. TM.81. McPherson, Logan Grant. "A Possible Play." 6pp. TM.82. Miller, Marion Mills. "The Tribal God." 6pp. TMS.83. Mitchell, Edward Page. "The Nantucket Whaling Story." 10pp. AMS.84. Moffett, Cleveland. "Let Us Suppose." 3pp. TM.85. Morse, James Herbert. "The Crow." 3pp. TMS.86. Moses, Montrose J. "Mrs. Vanderwater of East Street." 9pp. AMS.87. Munroe, James Phinney. "Four Etchings." 4pp. TM.88. Nason, Arthur Huntington. "That Bessed Dog." 4pp. TMS.89. Pallen, Conde Benoist. "Three-Score Years or More." 2pp TMS.90. Partridge, William Ordway. "Two Sonnets." 1pp. TM.91. Peck, Samuel Minturn. "Servitude." 1pp. TMS.92. Penfield, Frederic Courtland. "Searching Darkest Russia for a Mislaid Savant." 13pp. TM.93. Peple, Edward. "Our Sons of the Service Flag." 1pp. TM.94. Pickering, William Henry. "The Moon." 3pp. TMS.95. Pulitzer, Ralph. "Class." 1pp. TMS.96. Putnam, George Haven. "A Declaration of Interdependence." 5pp. TMS.97. Raymond, George Lansing. "Notions from a Note-Book." 5pp. TM.98. Rihani, Ameen. "Monseigneur." 6pp. TMS.99. Rogers, Lebbeus Harding. "Waiting." 1pp. TM.100. Rood, Henry. "A Honeymoon Enchantment." 18pp. TM.101. Russell, Charles Edward. "Verdun --- 1916." 2pp. TMS.102. Scollard, Clinton. "After Calvary." 2pp. TMS.103. Seaman, Louis Livingston. "Prophetic Cablegrams and Letters." Two TMs: 18pp. TM and 16pp. TM (but missing 1 or 2 pages).104. Seitz, Don C. "The Yoshiwara." 1pp. TM.105. Shaw, Albert. "The Peculiar Powers of Education." 5pp. TM.106. Slosson, Edwin Emery. "Formative Philology." 9pp. TM.107. Slosson, Preston William. "The Land of Holy Forest." 4pp. TM. Attached is a letter from a bookseller dated 2/8/38.108. Stafford, Wendell Phillips. "Aureola."1pp. TMS.109. Stoddard, Charles Augustus. "A Journalistic Crisis." 7pp. TM.110. Stoddard, Francis Hobey. "As it Seems to Me." 11pp. AMS.111. Straus, Oscar Solomon. "If Not a League of Nations, Then What?" 8pp. TMS.112. Teall, Gardner. "Literature and Lavinia." 7pp. TMS.113. Terhune, Albert Payson. "De Senectute." 4pp. TM.114. Thayer, Stephen Henry. "Two Sonnets." 2pp. TM.115. Thomas, Calvin. "To the German Emperor." 1pp. AM.116. Thompson, Charles Lemuel. "The Strength of the Hills." 5pp. TM.117. Van Doren, Carl. "August in Illinois." 1pp. TM.118. Van Dyke, John Charles. "Change." 4pp. TM.119. Vizetelly, Frank Horace. "Kisses." 5pp. TM.120. Walsh, Thomas. "The Friend of El Greco." 14pp. TMS.121. Whicher, George Meason. "Three Sonnets From Italy." 4pp. TM.122. White, James Terry. "Rubaiyat." 1pp. TSM. Signed by White, who died before publication of the book.123. White, Michael Alfred Edwin. "The Morn's Morn." 7pp. TM.124. Whiting, Charles Goodrich. "Mirabel Darke." 10pp. TM.125. Williams, Francis Howard. "To an Old Pal." 1pp. Page cut from a book with corrections, Signed.126. Wood, John Seymour. "Terpsichore in the Vieux Carre." 27pp. TMS. One page missing from the manuscript. 127. Wright, Richardson Little. "Around the Corner." 4pp. TM.128. Young, William. "Ave, Maria!?" 1pp. TMS. Signed by Young who died before publication of the book.

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        Griechisch-ägyptischer Offenbarungszauber. Teil 1 und Teil 2 Mit einer angehenden Darstellung des griechisch-synkretistischen Daemonenglaubens und der Voraussetzungen und Mittel des Zaubers überhaupt und der magischen Divination im besonderen. Original Broschuren Mit 30 Abbi

      Hopfner, Theodor: Griechisch-ägyptischer Offenbarungszauber.Teil 1 Mit einer angehenden Darstellung des griechisch-synkretistischen Daemonenglaubens und der Voraussetzungen und Mittel des Zaubers überhaupt und der magischen Divination im besonderen. Mit 30 Abbildungen. Teil 2 Griechisch-ägyptischer Offenbarungszauber. Seine Methoden. Mit 15 Abbildungen. Leipzig: Haessel 1921-24. Teil 1 mit 265 Seiten Teil 2 mit 172 Seiten . Beide Teile in der Orig.-Broschure eingebunden.welche leider etwas stärkere gebrauchsspuren aufweisen Eselohrig Fingerfleckig bestoßen und beide im Rückenbereich mit Klebeband verstärkt Bindung ist aber fest und gut es gibt keine Losen Seiten innen sind beide Bände Papierbedingt gebräunt und ansonsten konnte Ich bei meiner Durchsicht keinerlei weitere Mängel entdecken somit also 2 innen noch wirklich saubere und gute Exemplare .Lediglich die Umschlagrückseite von Teil 2 weist eine etwas größere Fehlstelle (Ausriss) auf circa 12cm /3 cm .Auf den Bildern zu sehen die Schutzkladde in welche die beiden Bände zum Schutz eingelegt waren . Beide Bände (=Studien zur Palaeographie und Papyruskunde. Hrsg. von Carl Wessely. Band XXI und XXIII). Wichtiger Hinweis zum Versand Ich erhebe eine Versandkostenpauschale in Höhe von 3,90 für den unversicherten Versand innerhalb Deutschlands . Hierbei geht das Versandrisiko zu lasten des Käufers Gerne biete Ich aber einen Versicherten Versand für eine Versandkostenpauschale in Höhe von 7,90 innerhalb Deutschlands an . Versandkosten für das Ausland bitte immer erst erfragen

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        Building Plans and Elevations for the Daily News Building at at 340 9th St., San Francisco.

      San Francisco: James H. Hjul, Structural Engineer, March 1921 - January 1922.(). Original pencil drawings on tracing paper. Sheet size varies. 15 sheets. Job #93. James Hansen Hjul (1882 - 1957), a structural engineer, constructed many buildings in San Francisco. He was the founder of the J.H. Construction Company and was listed as a contractor, civil engineer, structural engineer and construction engineer in San Francisco City Directories from 1907 to 1958. Most of his work occurred in the South of Market area on warehouses and industrial buildings.

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        The Book of Ser Marco PoloThe Venetian Concerning the Kingdoms and Marvels of the East.with CORDIER (Henri). Ser Marco Polo Notes and Addenda to Sir Henry Yule's edition, containing the Results of Recent Research and Discovery

      1921 & 1920 1921 - Text: third, revised, edition, notes: first edition. 3 vols. 19 maps and plans. 36 plates, with numerous illustrations within the text. 8vo. Original pictorial cloth, vsome rubbing to the decorated spine with gilt labels, cii, 144, 462; xxii, 662; x, 161pp. London, Murray, The best edition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Notgeld deutscher Städte.

      /22 1921 - Einsteckalbum. Rücken stark beschädigt. Sammlung von ca. 1080 Exemplaren, darunter auch zwei auf Seide gedruckte Exemplare der Stadtsparkasse Bielefeld von 1921. Auch dabei der komplette Satz (18) Notgeld der Stadt Arnstadt von PAUL WEBER. Die Sammlung enthält ausschließlich Notgeld aus Deutschland, manchmal sind einige Exemplare doppelt vorhanden. Das Einsteckalbum ist am Rücken stark beschädigt, sonst aber in Ordnung. Notgeld ersetzt fehlende gesetzliche Zahlungsmittel und wird von Staaten, Gemeinden oder privaten Unternehmen herausgegeben. Das Vertrauen in Notgeld ist in Kriegs- und Krisenzeiten oftmals größer als in offizielles Geld. Es wird meist in inländischer, ausländischer oder historischer Währung (Goldmark, US-Dollar) ausgegeben, aber auch als Anspruch auf Waren wie Getreide, Zucker oder Holz. Neben den üblichen Geldformen Münze (Notmünze) und Geldschein kamen und kommen auch verschiedene Ersatzmaterialien wie Porzellan,[1] Pappe, Leder, Presskohle, Seide oder Leinen zum Einsatz. 1923 gaben beispielsweise die neu gegründeten Aluminiumwalzereien in Teningen und Singen Notscheine aus bedruckter Alufolie heraus. Auch Briefmarken (etwa als Briefmarkenkapselgeld), Spielkarten, Schecks und ähnliche Vorlagen werden zu Notgeld umfunktioniert. Welchen Gegenständen dabei ein Wert als Notgeld zugesprochen wird, kann sehr vielfältig und gelegentlich auch regional sehr begrenzt sein. Notgeld wird nur als Zahlungsmittel gebraucht, nicht zu Kreditzwecken.

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        Wilhelm Tell. Mit 10 signierten Original-Steindrucken von Otto Baumberger

      Berlin: Erich Reiss Verlag, 1921. 26 x 29 cm ; Pp. Mit 10 signierten Original-Lithographien von Otto Baumberger. Erschienen in einer Auflage von 100 numerierten Exemplaren, hier vorliegend das Exemplar No. 53. Überaus großformatige und schwere Hardcoverausgabe, Pappband der Zeit, [81] Seiten mit Rauschnitt. Einband berieben. Innendeckel und Vorsatz stockfleckig, sonstige Seiten zum Teil etwas stock- und wasserfleckig. jpwRegal-HH Versand D: 4,60 EUR Lithographie ; Lotho ; Lithos ; Steindruck ; Schweizer Expressionismus

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        The Collected Poems of Harry Crosby: Chariot of the Sun; Transit of Venus; Torchbearer; Sleeping Together

      Paris: Black Sun Press, 1921. First Edition. Wrappers. Fine/Fine. 1st editions. 4 volumes, complete. 54 of 500 numbered sets. Chariot of the Sun, with Introduction by D.H. Lawrence; Transit of Venus, with Preface by T.S. Eliot; Torchbearer, with Notes by Ezra Pound; and Sleeping Together, with a Memory of the Poet by Stuart Gilbert. Fine in original printed wrappers, and fine glassine dustwrappers, in original red cloth publisher's slipcase with a little sunning, else near fine.

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        The Pier-Glass.

      London: Martin Secker, 1921 - Octavo. Original patterned boards. With the dust jacket. Spine lightly browned, minor wear to tips, faint offsetting to title page, short closed tear to fore edge of pp. 19–20; a very good copy in the jacket with ink inscription noting date to head of front panel and spine, browned spine with slight cracks, minor loss to head of rear flap. Portrait frontispiece after Benjamin Nicholson, with tissue-guard. First edition, first impression, with the scarce dust jacket. A manuscript note to the front panel of the jacket notes, "n[o] d[ate], but advt. pages at back date: 1921". The Pier-Glass was Graves's sixth poetry collection written while convalescing from shell-shock and living in a cottage (now called "Dingle Cottage") in the garden of John Masefield on Boar's Hill, just outside Oxford. He was at the time studying English Literature at Oxford University, where he befriended T. E. Lawrence, and was living with his first wife Nancy Nicholson. His Boar's Hill neighbours were fellow war poets Edmund Blunden and Robert Nichols, as well as Robert Bridges and Gilbert Murray. He was there only briefly, from late 1919 until June 1921. Higginson A6. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Albert Einstein Signed Etching.

      1921. Etch bust of Albert Einstein done by well-known artist Hermann Struck. Signed by both Einstein and Struck, numbered 62/100. In fine condition with light toning to the extremities. Double matted and framed, which measures 13.5 inches by 16.5 inches. An exceptional piece. Hermann Struck was a German Jewish artist known for his etchings. In 1908, Struck published "Die Kunst des Radierens" ("The Art of Etching"), which became a seminal work on the subject. His students included Marc Chagall, Lovis Corinth, Jacob Steinhardt, Lesser Ury and Max Liebermann. Struck did commissioned portraits of Albert Einstein, Ibsen, Nietzsche, Freud, Herzl, Oscar Wilde among others.

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        The novels and stories.

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, , 1921–3. 35 volumes, octavo (189 x 126). Contemporary red morocco, gilt decorated compartments to spines, marbled sides and endpapers, top edges gilt. Bookplate of Ralph Heinen to pastedowns. An excellent, attractively bound set, extremities a trifle rubbed. Large format edition of the final and most complete collected works, with additions and corrections to the New York edition of 1907. A smaller format "pocket edition" was printed from the same plates on appreciably thinner paper and is probably a separate impression.

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        Wilhelm Tell. Mit 10 signierten Original-Steindrucken von Otto Baumberger

      Berlin: Erich Reiss Verlag, 1921. Mit 10 signierten Original-Lithographien von Otto Baumberger. Erschienen in einer Auflage von 100 numerierten Exemplaren, hier vorliegend das Exemplar No. 53. Überaus großformatige und schwere Hardcoverausgabe, Pappband der Zeit, [81] Seiten mit Rauschnitt. Einband berieben. Innendeckel und Vorsatz stockfleckig, sonstige Seiten zum Teil etwas stock- und wasserfleckig.

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        Astrophotography: Original Astronomical Photograph Of Galaxy 110 Ngc 6720, From Carnegie Institution Mt. Wilson Observatory

      Pasadena : Carnegie Institution, Mt Wilson Observatory, 1921. Original Astronomical Photographs . No Binding. Near Fine/No Jacket. Original Astronomical Photograph Approximately 13 3/8" X 10". Fine. Mount Wilson Observatory Label On Verso, "Mount Wilson Observatory / G110 N. G. C. 6720, Lyra, Ring Nebula, Exposure 1 Hr., Sugust 5, 1921. 100-Inch Reflector.

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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      London: Egoist Press, 1921. Fine/Near Fine. First edition. Batik-style wrappers with printed label. About fine in near fine original unprinted glassine dustwrapper. Author's first book.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Exiles. A play in three acts.

      London: The Egoist Press, 1921 - Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to upper board in blind and to spine gilt. Housed in a black quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Some mild browning to two pages, top of spine slightly worn, spine lettering rubbed. Very good indeed. Second English and first Egoist Press edition of Joyce's only play. With the author's signed presentation inscription on the front free endpaper, "James Joyce Paris 2 January 1927". This copy is of the first issue, one of 500 copies in green cloth, the remainder sheets of the entire edition of 1,000 copies being sold to Cape in 1924 and bound up after that date in black cloth. Though first published in 1918, by Grant Richards in London and Huebsch in New York, the play did not receive its first English-language production until February 1925. Slocum & Cahoon A14 (note). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Pageant of Peking.

      Watson & Co., printed by Kelly & Walsh,, Shanghai: 1921 - [viii], 40; followed by the 66 large Vandyck photographs, depicting buildings, scenery, and people, tipped-in recto with facing captions. Photographs in fine condition, pale foxing to some pages. Title and initial capitals in the text are rubricated. Original silk bookmark present, detached. Later armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Small folio (c.15.5x11.5ins), in the original bevelled boards, with the original patterned blue silk printed in gilt relaid to the boards, and with a new spine of matt grey cloth, titled in gilt. Soiling and fading to the silk, particularly to the upper board, with a two-inch blot of black ink towards the spine. A very good refurbished copy. [EXTRA Heavy Item] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chapel Books]
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        Der Anbruch

      8 Ausgaben in Sammelmappe, IV. Jahrgang 1921/22 Nr. 1 bis 9 (Nr. 7+8 ist Doppelausgabe) Herausgeber Otto Schneider und J.B. Neumann Mappe fleckig, Ausgaben sehr gut

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        Mines et salines vaudoises de Bex. Au point de vue historique, technique et administratif.

      Montreux, Société de l'imprimerie et lithographie 1921 - Erhaltung sehr gut 340 Seiten Sprache: Französisch

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      PARIGI: Pilon-Nourrit et C., 1921. Brossura. DISCRETO. 13 19. USATO

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      ZANICHELLI, BOLOGNA 1921 - POESIE DI GIOVANNI PASCOLI ITALIANO Volume sesto della raccolta con pagine lievemente scurite da fattore temporale. Stampa nitida. Tracce di fioritura alle pagine dell'occhiello e del frontespizio. Segni di impurità lievi al bordo della copertina. Lieve usura da scaffalatura. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,99 euro.

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Wyong District, New Farms Estate

      T. F. Brown, Sydney 1921 - The poster advertises farmlets bounded by Great Northern Highway to the east and Wallarah Road to the south, bisected diagonally by Arizona Road. "Convenient, self supporting Farmlets suitable for poultry, citrus, tomato, tobacco, vegetables, passion, strawberries, olives. flowers. Average rainfall 46.18 inches." with a locality sketch at the right showing New Farms Estate in relation to Tuggerah Lakes and the Great Northern Railway Line. Approx 51 x 38cm, navy blue printing on cream paper, title at top. Very slt loss at center fold bottom edge, not affecting maps.

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA]
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        Renoir et ses amies [With Original Drypoint]

      H. Floury 1921 - Paris, 1921. 4to, half morocco over cloth, 273 pp. With an original drypoint "Jeunes Filles Fleurissant Leurs Chapeaux" facing page 226, in fine condition. Original lithographed cover, "Tete de Jeune Fille," bound in. An excellent copy with some light normal toning to contents and wear to corners of boards. Drypoint is fine with no notable flaws. A scarce illustrated title, with 95 additional illustrations, including twelve in color. Please contact us for additional pictures or information. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Auger Down Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Unabhängige Zeitschrift für die Deutsche Wehrmacht. 1921 bis 194

      Mittler, Berlin, 1921-1941. Zusammen ca. 8000 S. mit Abb., 2 Halbleinen-Broschüren u. 17 Leineneinbände mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, quart, (Stempel auf Titel / teils in Stahl gestochenes Exlibris der Harvard College Library auf Vorsatz) - gute Exemplare / Enthalten: 1921, 1922, 1925/1926, 1929 bis 1938 / 1939,2 / 1940 / 1941, 2./ Dazu 1919 und teils 1917 als Fotokopie

      [Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat]
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        La letteratura della nuova Italia - Vol. I Saggi critici

      GIUS. LATERZA & FIGLI, 1921. ITALIANO 0,65 Volume rilegato in cartoncino rigido telato. Mancante di tassello con titolo al dorso. Copertina originale all' interno. Pagine brunite, come i tagli, in buono stato. Volume n. III ( 3 ) della collana. USATO

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        Edwin Austin Abbey Royal Academian. The Record of His Life and Work. 2 Vols. [WITH AN ORIGINAL DRAWING]

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1921. Limited First edition. Hardcover. g- to vg. This is one of fifty copies for which Mrs. Abbey has supplied an original drawing, bound in as a frontispiece in volume I. xiii, 267 (1)pp., ix, 269-518 (1)pp., 200 plates with printed tissue guards. Original tan half cloth over blue boards with black lettering on tan labels of spines. 2nd frontispiece portrait. Monumental biography of the American muralist, illustrator and painter Edwin Austin Abbey, known for his Shakespearian and Victorian subjects, by the English biographer, playwright, poet, novelist and publisher E.V. Lucas. Extensively illustrated with 200 striking sepia toned engravings with printed tissue guards of Abbey's work and reproductions from daguerreotypes with additional in-text drawings. Abbey was a full member of the Royal Academy, London, and elected to the National Academy of Design, New York, as well the The American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York.Binding of volume I. with some wear along edges and spine, rubbed and quarter inch chips across head and tail of spine with chips at printed label on spine, tiny loss of the "k" of work and lightly sunned. Some pages uncut at foredge and a few unopened at front. Volume II. with boards lightly sunned at foredge, some scratches on boards, quarter inch chips across head and tail of spine and small chips at printed label w/o loss of print. Four inch closed tear at top of front joint and small cracks at tail with a couple of small chips at about middle of spine. Block with some pages uncut and unopened. Both blocks are slightly age toned not affecting images. Pages 517 and 518 , imprint page and two free back endpapers with closed tear of one and a half, respectively three inch tears at top. Binding in overall good-, interior in good+ to very good condition.

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        The Provincetown Players: Eighth Season, 1921-22. The Second Bill, Dec. 5th - Dec. 18th Inclusive; The Fourth Bill, Jan. 30th to Feb. 12th Inclusive; The Sixth Bill, Beginning April 27th. 133 MacDougal Street, New York City.

      New York: Provincetown Players, 1921.(). Three programs from the Provincetown Players' eighth season, during which they mounted six bills. Each 8vo. Second Bill is 5.75 x 9 inches. Others are 6 x 9 inches. [4] pp. folded Japanese style. Cover linocut by either William or Marguerite Zorach; signed Zorach in the plate. The Second Bill featured Theodore Dreiser's "The Hand of the Potter: A Tragedy in Four Acts." The Fourth Bill presented "Mr. Faust: A Play in Four Acts" by Arthur Davison Fiske. The Sixth Bill put on "Chains of Dew," A Comedy in Three Acts," by Susan Glaspill, one of the founders of the troupe. All stage sets were by the innovative designer Cleon Throckmorton. Each program includes list of cast members and their roles, and description of the scenes. Fragile, printed on acidic paper. The sheets for the Second Bill have become detached, but all are present. The other programs are intact, though the pages are brittle, with slight chipping around the edges.With these defects, still in Very Good condition. These programs are scarce.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Monday or Tuesday

      Richmond: the Hogarth Press,, 1921. With woodcuts by Vanessa Bell. Octavo. Original quarter brown cloth, paper-covered boards, black and white woodcut to front cover designed by Vanessa Bell. With 4 full-page woodcuts by Vanessa Bell. A fine copy. First edition, first impression. Woolf was concerned about the quality of Monday or Tuesday and what its critical reception would be, and wrote in her diary on 6 March 1921 that "Nessa approves of Monday or Tuesday–mercifully; & thus somewhat redeems it in my eyes". One of 1,000 copies of this collection of short stories.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        South With Scott ... With Diagram and Three Maps.

      London and Glasgow, Collin, [1921]. 8vo (212 x 136mm). Original dark blue cloth, lettered in red-orange on the spine within red-orange rules; pp. xiv, 283, [6, advertisements]; photogravure portrait frontispiece with tissue guard, 3 folding maps and folding plan; light bubbling to upper quarter of spine (as noted by Rosove to be frequently the case), uncut edges with light foxing, as well as offsetting from browned fly-leaves to a few adjacent pages (as usual), otherwise an internally clean and fresh copy; neat contemporary ownership inscription on front paste-down. First edition, second impression (in the same month as the first, November, 1921) of a classic of Antarctic exploration, very rare, a good copy. Spence 432; Renard 496 ('One of the most reprinted Antarctic books, but in this First Edition one of the rarest and most elusive'); Taurus 83; Rosove 117.A1 (our copy is absolutely conform with her description); Taurus Collection 83 (this issue, 'many editions ..., most of which were heavily used').

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Eight ALS by Lev L'vovich Tolstoy (1869-1945), the son of Lev Tolstoy, to Jacques Patin (1883-1948), the editor of Figaro

      Paris and Wiesbaden, 1921. Eight single leaves, some folded. Very good, with exception of one letter, with tear and some loss to text. The son of Lev Tolstoy, Lev L'vovich Tolstoy was a firm believer in his father's ideals in his youth, but later became increasingly opposed to his philosophical and ethical ideas. He studied sculpture with Rodin and tried, without success, to become a published writer, as well as writing about his childhood and impressions of his father. In 1918 he emigrated, living in Paris before eventually settling in Sweden. The letters included here date to a period when he wrote articles on his father and was making a difficult living as a journalist. Among other things, they contain his negative reaction to his mother's memoirs, discuss his own writing and plans to publish his recollections, and detail his financial woes. "Je prends la liberté de vous envoyer pour le Figaro un article littéraire, souvenirs personnels sur mon père et deux de ses nouvelles. Vous me rendriez un grand service en les publiant le plus tôt possible, car hélas je dois exister du journalisme." - "Je me permets de vous envoyer ci-jointes quelques pages sur la nouvelle posthume de mon père Le Diable. Je parlais de cette œuvre dans un article sur la Sonate à Kreutzer, qui a été publié dans le Journal, mais la rédaction n'a pas voulu publier ces pages qui sont pourtant intéressantes. Peut-être pourrez-vous en faire usage en les publiant dans le Figaro ensemble avec le chapitre qui parle des ouvrages de Tolstoï pour le théâtre [...] Je vous suis très obligé pour l'aide que vous m'avez donnée pour la publication de mes souvenirs ainsi que je remercie Monsieur Robert de Flers pour l'article qu'il a publié dans le Figaro. [...] Maintenant, comme je suis sans argent à ce moment et le change est très déplorable pour notre séjour ici, je vous prierais d'avoir l'extrême obligeance de me faire envoyer ici 300-400 francs avec le premier courrier." - "Ma Vie c'est une ignoble escroquerie littéraire et il faut le dire carrément. Le publique est dupé. On achète ce petit livre croyant lire quelque chose de Tolstoï, sa vie, tandis que cela n'est qu'un récit d'une baba russe, un récit d'une langue russe magnifique, mais un rien comme intérêt [...] littéraire.".

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