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        Historical Records of Australia Series III: Despatches and papers relating to the settlement of the states [Port Phillip 1803-04; Tasmania 1803-27, West Australia 1826-30; Northern Territory 1824-29 ] Volumes I-VI

      Canberra: Commonwealth Parliamentary Library. 1921-1923. Six volumes in the later (1970s) blue cloth binding, gilt spine titles/rules. Edges slightly yellowed, but very clean inside. A very good set in uniform condition. ***The 'other colonies' series, predominantly concerning Van Diemen's Land 1803-27; not often seen as a separate set. In recent years this series has been extended to Volume X (for 1831) - we can supply all but VII as new copies (or, sometimes, as second-hand copies) - please enquire for details. Vol VII is very scarce due to the publisher pulping the remaining copies (approx half of the print run of 500) instead of despatching them to us(!). .

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        L'Hôtel Dieu de Beaune

      1921. broché. DeCollection. A Paris, chez Carteret & Schmied, 1921. In-8 (19 x 14 cm) broché, couverture rempliée imprimée or, gravures sur bois de Schmied en couleurs, lettrines et frises couleurs. Exemplaire de tête sur Hollande (n°48/200). Monod 10852.

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        Le jardin des chimères EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Perrin & Cie, 1921. Fine. Perrin & Cie, Paris 1921, 13,5x17,5cm, broché. - First Edition printed the first book small number of Marguerite Yourcenar wrote under the pseudonym half Marg Yourcenar. Rare and beautiful copy of this book for which he was not derived great papers. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale imprimée à petit nombre du premier ouvrage de Marguerite Yourcenar écrit sous le demi-pseudonyme de Marg Yourcenar. Rare et bel exemplaire de cet ouvrage pour lequel il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers.

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        Premier congrès international de la navigation aérienne : réception des mem EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: L. Maretheux , 1921. Fine. L. Maretheux , Paris 1921, 16x25cm, broché. - First Edition printed on laid handful. Gustave Eiffel precious autograph dedication of the author his daughter Valentine topped the first board. Tiny bites on the front cover and on the title page, otherwise good copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale imprimée à tout petit nombre sur vergé. Précieux envoi de Gustave Eiffel à sa fille Valentine en tête du premier plat. Infimes piqûres sur le premier plat ainsi que sur la page de titre, sinon agréable exemplaire.

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        L'apologie de la paresse EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier

      Anvers: Ca ira, 1921. Fine. Ca ira, Anvers 1921, 12,5x16,5cm, broché. - Original, one of 300 numbered copies on bulk, with one draw and 3 Holland paper 3 Japan Edition. Beautiful and rare copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 300 exemplaires numérotés sur bouffant, seul tirage avec 3 Japon et 3 Hollande. Bel et rare exemplaire.

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        Réunion de documents scolaires (Collège Chalon-sur-Saône) EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      S.l: S.n, 1921. Fine. S.n, S.l S.d 1921-1924, formats divers, en feuilles. - Meeting valuable educational documents: essays, books and school reports, good points notebooks. Eight statements from December 1921 to April 1924 notes A school report (2nd and 1st B) A book of good points, the clever cover was made by the father of Maurice Blanchot An invitation to the entry meeting of students of the French Action An honor roll (1st B) Two distributions solenelles price (1st and 2nd B) September demand slips books at the store of the Strasbourg University Library A subject typed French composition for the Graduate Certificate in June 1927 A subject typed Latin version for Graduate Certificate in June 1927 A French assignment (1st B) Fables of La Fontaine (10pp., 17x22cm) Eight Latin versions Two themes and a German version Five philosophy essays: - The emotional logic (8 pp; 17x22cm.) - The role of affective elements in the association of ideas (8 pp; 17x22cm.) - The role of emotional and motor elements in attention (8 pp; 17x22cm.) - "Any real sense loses its force, insofar it intellectualize" (8 pp; 17x22cm.) - What is a theoretical science and applied science? (8 pp;. 17x22cm) We have given these documents to Michael Holland, researcher and professor of French literature at St Hugh's College, Oxford, author of several works on Maurice Blanchot Before that say: Essays on Blanchot appeared in 2015 at Hermann. His detailed analysis is forthcoming in Cahiers Maurice Blanchot under the direction of Danielle Cohen-Levinas. We use excerpts from this study to present these previously unknown and unpublished documents. The discretion of Blanchot on his youth and the almost total lack of biographical material forced the few biographers Blanchot many assumptions about the path of the most secret writer of the twentieth century. The school report and other documents in this set and can trace the tuition Blanchot. Holland notes that there "until 1921 Blanchot continued his studies at home, under the guidance of his father, Isidore, literature teacher who offered private lessons to children from wealthier families. [...] The small collection of "Satisfaction Testimonials" and "Honor Citations" signed "Professor / I. Blanchot" are precious and touching record of these years. » Blanchot then made "studies for three years at the College of Chalon-sur-Saône Boys [...] [and] has passed its trough in 1924 and not in 1922 [...] He chose the training provided by Section B (live Latin-Languages) [...] He chose to complete his studies in philosophy class. A school report covering the three years of schooling in Chalon has a very detailed picture of the young student. After a year in which the Second Progress "Good or Very Good student" to "excellent student" can be clearly observed in some subjects [...] Only downside to this brilliant picture: the disease. [...] It is noted that it is the first course that seem to have been affected by this episode. » in the light of these, Michael Holland puts next "Blanchot's career and that of Jean-Paul Sartre, Henri IV to Louis-le-Grand finally came to Ulm Street ENS 1924. Even golf champion, same rewards and same honors, each is an outstanding student. And it is found in Imagination Sartre published in 1936 but began during its preparation Psychology Certificate 1927, the same interest in the ideas of Ribot who sprinkles his essays. [...] Four essays psychology, a philosophy and literature offer valuable insight into what the young Blanchot was able during the year that he was preparing his bachelor's degree. By his comments on the sidelines of essays from Blanchot his philosophy teacher, Mr. Bochot shows that he knew he was dealing with an exceptional mind, sometimes unruly but capable of analysis and critical acute. » Michael Holland then provides a detailed analysis of the various work of Blanchot, including correlated with the writings of Ribot, highlighting the knowledge and early critical young Blanchot. It also notes in these early works the premises of a thought that soon will mark the literary critic of the twentieth century. Here are some excerpts of his work, giving an overview of the quality and interest of the student dissertations Blanchot: "This essay follows closely the argument of the article" The emotional logic "of Th. Ribot published in the Philosophical Magazine in 1904." "The more daring is the claim that the affective similarity is also the basis of some associations of states of consciousness. The "emotional tone" brought by the joy, sadness becomes a center of attention grouping of states of consciousness without rational relationship between them, a pivot around which agitate unexpected groupings. It is the artist who is the first recipient of this analogy sensations that brings such a man born blind to explain the Scarlet comparing it to the sound of a trumpet (eg which originated in Locke and is regularly quoted in the nineteenth century). Rejecting embryological and anatomical explanations for these associations Blanchot says that "the psychological explanation seems the only good", adding: "This way to feel a bit special is not, however, the privilege of a few eccentric or imbalanced, not to mention the fantastic designs or even surprising sentiments expressed some symbolist and decadent, we find even among the people, and perhaps especially among the people, that singular sensibility others cultivate and refine, as a precious rarity " . » "Having concluded that in many cases the cause of our associations is the emotional disposition and not elsewhere, Blanchot goes further: the emotional tone that accompanies associated performances can also strengthen their relationship. Here Blanchot brings in its reasoning author close but different from both Th Ribot. American philosopher William James. " "From here, the idea of" emotional affinity "that connects what comes to mind our current arrangements inspired Blanchot examples more personal (" When we are sad ... The happy man today ... tomorrow ... my enthusiasm bankruptcy of my happiness ") .. "Blanchot disputes the Ribot drawing on his personal experience considered equal to everyone. » "Here, as in essays devoted to Th. Ribot there is dissatisfaction Blanchot before the established dualisms, attention to identify a third position that complicates relations. Here it is with the work of Edmond Goblot (1858-1935) Blanchot continued his analysis. » "When studying in La Fontaine's fable, Blanchot says," we must be placed at two points of view. " "Why is this option?" meets his teacher. In literature as philosophy, we can see, the same concern to go beyond simple outlook characterizes the approach of the young student. » "It is in relation to that company as" the old storyteller gauloiseries has remained himself. " From there to suggest that such an example has inspired the novelist Blanchot who will work a few years later, there is only one step. But to understand the young nationalist who will soon (if not already) forge commitments we continue to blame him, it should be noted that what makes La Fontaine really a French poet, is to be "The only perhaps in his time who saw through our forests poor woodcutter all covered with branches," the only one to have found a way under "cold and shiny shell of the words" to trouble the heart by show. In short - and this is evident in all the essays of this period - the concern that animates the young Blanchot, and inspire her pronouncements he will regret later, is deeply human. His teacher asks: "Why do you sacrifice lyricism?". This is because now, for Blanchot, writing is out of the prescribed frameworks, whether moral or aesthetic, and get in front of the crisis, in the 1920s, began to make man the The challenge of complex and formidable powers. » More than relics of his childhood, these documents are a valuable record of the education and training of one of the best minds of our time. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Précieuse réunion de documents scolaires : rédactions, carnets et bulletins scolaires, carnets de bons points. Huit relevés de notes de décembre 1921 à avril 1924 Un livret scolaire (2nde et 1ère B) Un carnet de bons points, dont la couverture astucieuse a été confectionnée par le père de Maurice Blanchot Une invitation à la réunion de rentrée des étudiants de l'Action Française Un tableau d'honneur (1ère B) Deux distributions solenelles de prix (2nde et 1ère B) Sept bordereaux de demande des livres au magasin de la bibliothèque universitaire de Strasbourg Un sujet dactylographié de composition française pour le certificat d'études supérieures de juin 1927 Un sujet dactylographié de version latine pour le certificat d'études supérieures de juin 1927 Un devoir de français (1ère B) sur les Fables de La Fontaine (10pp., 17x22cm) Huit versions latines Deux thèmes et une version allemande Cinq dissertations de philosophie : - La logique affective (8 pp. ; 17x22cm) - Le rôle des éléments affectifs dans l'association des idées (8 pp. ; 17x22cm) - Le rôle des éléments affectifs et moteurs dans l'attention (8 pp. ; 17x22cm) - "Tout sentiment réel perd sa force, dans la mesure où il s'intellectualise" (8 pp. ; 17x22cm) - Qu'est-ce qu'une science théorique et une science appliquée ? (8 pp. ; 17x22cm) Nous avons confié ces documents à Michael Holland, chercheur et professeur de littérature française au St Hugh's College à Oxford, auteur de plusieurs travaux sur Maurice Blanchot dont Avant dire : Essais sur Blanchot paru en 2015 chez Hermann. Son analyse détaillée paraîtra prochainement dans les Cahiers Maurice Blanchot. Nous utilisons ici quelques extraits de cette étude pour présenter ces documents inédits et jusqu'alors inconnus. La grande discrétion de Blanchot sur sa jeunesse et l'absence presque totale de documents biographiques ont contraint les rares biographes de Blanchot à de nombreuses suppositions sur le parcours du plus secret écrivain du XXème siècle. Le livret scolaire et divers autres documents dans cet ensemble permettent ainsi de retracer la scolarité de Blanchot. Holland y relève que « jusqu'en 1921 Blanchot a poursuivi ses études à domicile, sous la direction de son père, Isidore, professeur de lettres qui offrait des cours privés à des enfants de familles aisées. [...] La petite collection de "Témoignages de Satisfaction" et de "Citations d'Honneur" signés "Le professeur / I. Blanchot" sont la précieuse et touchante trace de ces années. » Blanchot a ensuite fait des « études pendant trois ans au Collège de Garçons de Chalon-sur-Saône [...] [et] a donc passé son bac en 1924 et non pas en 1922 [...] Il a choisi la formation offerte par la Section B (Latin-Langues vivantes) [...]  Il a choisi de terminer ses études en Classe de Philosophie. Un livret scolaire couvrant les trois années de sa scolarité à Chalon présente une image très détaillé du jeune élève. Après une année de Seconde où le progrès de "Bon ou Très Bon élève" à "Excellent élève" peut s'observer clairement pour certaines matières [...] Seule ombre à ce tableau brillant : la maladie. [...]  On constate que ce sont les cours de Première qui semblent avoir été affectés par cet épisode. » à la lumière de ces éléments, Michael Holland met en regard « la carrière de Blanchot et celle de Jean-Paul Sartre qui, d'Henri IV à Louis-le-Grand est finalement entré à l'ENS de la rue d'Ulm en 1924. Même parcours de champion, mêmes récompenses et mêmes honneurs, chacun est un élève hors pair. Et l'on constate dans L'Imagination de Sartre, publié en 1936 mais commencé pendant sa préparation du Certificat de Psychologie vers 1927, un même intérêt pour les idées de Théodule Ribot qui parsème ses dissertations. [...] Quatre dissertations de Psychologie, une de Philosophie et une de Littérature offrent un aperçu précieux de ce dont le jeune Blanchot était capable pendant l'année où il préparait son baccalauréat. Par ses commentaires en marge des dissertations de Blanchot son professeur de philosophie, M. Bochot montre bien qu'il savait qu'il avait affaire à un esprit exceptionnel, parfois indiscipliné mais capable d'analyses et de critiques d'une grande acuité. » Michael Holland propose ensuite une analyse détaillée des divers travaux de Blanchot, en corrélation notamment avec les écrits de Ribot, qui met en relief les connaissances et le précoce esprit critique du jeune Blanchot. Il relève également dans ces travaux de jeunesse les prémisses d'une pensée qui marquera bientôt la critique littéraire du XXème siècle. Voici quelques extraits de son travail, donnant un aperçu de la qualité et de l'intérêt des dissertations de l'élève Blanchot : « Cette dissertation suit de près l'argument de l'article "La Logique affective" de Th. Ribot paru dans la Revue philosophique en 1904. » « Plus hardie est l'affirmation que la similitude affective est aussi à la base de certaines associations d'états de conscience. Le "ton émotionnel" apporté par la joie, la tristesse devient un centre d'attention groupant des états de conscience sans rapport rationnel entre eux, un pivot autour duquel s'agitent des groupements inattendus. C'est l'artiste qui est le premier bénéficiaire de cette analogie des sensations qui amène par exemple un aveugle-né à expliquer le rouge écarlate en le comparant au son d'une trompette (exemple qui a son origine chez Locke et qui est régulièrement cité au XIXème siècle). Rejetant des explications embryologiques et anatomiques de ces associations Blanchot affirme que "l'explication psychologique paraît la seule bonne" avant d'ajouter : "cette manière de sentir un peu spéciale n'est point, cependant, le privilège de quelques excentriques ou déséquilibrés, sans parler des conceptions fantastiques ni même des sentiments surprenants qu'expriment certains symbolistes et décadents, on rencontre, même chez le peuple et peut-être surtout chez le peuple, cette sensibilité singulière que d'autres cultivent et raffinent, comme une rareté précieuse". » « Ayant conclu que dans bien des cas la cause de nos associations réside dans la disposition affective et non ailleurs, Blanchot va plus loin : le ton émotionnel qui accompagne des représentations associées peut aussi renforcer leur liaison. Ici, Blanchot fait entrer dans son raisonnement un auteur proche mais aussi bien différent de Th. Ribot : le philosophe américain William James ». « À partir d'ici, l'idée de l'"affinité émotionnelle" qui relie ce qui nous vient à l'esprit à nos dispositions actuelles inspire à Blanchot des exemples de plus en plus personnels (« Quand nous sommes tristes... L'homme heureux... aujourd'hui mon enthousiasme... demain la faillite de mon bonheur »).. « Blanchot conteste la thèse de Ribot en faisant appel à son expérience personnelle considérée comme égale à celle de tout le monde. » « Ici comme dans les dissertations consacrées à Th. Ribot on constate l'insatisfaction de Blanchot devant les dualismes établis, son souci de dégager une troisième position qui en complique les relations. Ici c'est à l'aide des travaux d'Edmond Goblot (1858-1935) que Blanchot poursuit ses analyses. »   « Lorsqu'on étudie la fable chez La Fontaine, dit Blanchot, "il faut se placer à un double point de vue". "Pourquoi cette option ?" répond son professeur. En littérature comme on philosophie, on le constate, le même souci d'aller au-delà des perspectives simples caractérise l'approche du jeune élève. »  « C'est par rapport à cette société que "le vieux conteur de gauloiseries a su rester lui-même". De là à suggérer qu'un tel exemple ait inspiré le Blanchot romancier qui se mettra à l'œuvre peu d'années plus tard, il n'y a qu'un pas. Mais pour comprendre le jeune nationaliste qui va bientôt (si ce n'est déjà fait) forger des engagements qu'on continue de lui reprocher, on notera que ce qui fait de La Fontaine un poète vraiment français, c'est d'avoir été "le seul peut-être en son temps qui ait vu passer par nos forêts le pauvre bûcheron tout couvert de ramée", le seul à avoir trouvé le moyen, sous "la froide et brillante enveloppe des mots", de troubler le cœur par ce spectacle. Bref - et c'est manifeste dans toutes les dissertations de cette période - le souci qui anime le jeune Blanchot, et qui lui inspirera des prises de position qu'il regrettera par la suite, est profondément humain.  Son professeur demande : "Pourquoi sacrifiez-vous le lyrisme ?". C'est parce que déjà, pour Blanchot, écrire c'est sortir des cadres prescrits, qu'ils soient moraux ou esthétiques, et aller au-devant de la crise qui, dans les années 1920, commence à faire de l'homme l'enjeu de puissances complexes et redoutables. »    Plus que des reliques de son enfance, ces documents constituent une trace précieuse de l'éducation et de la formation d'un des esprits les plus éclairés de notre temps.

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        This Side of Paradise

      London; Collins 1921., 1921. FIRST UK EDITION. Octavo., pp. 292 +4 (advertisements). Scarce English first printing in original blue cloth titled and trimmed in red. Some very light wear to the binding. Edges a little spotted and toned, some browing to endpapers otherwise internally clean. A very good to near fine copy. The Jazz-age author's second novel; Amory Blaine, intent on rebelling against his staid, Midwestern upbringing, longs to acquire the patina of Eastern sophistication. In his quest for sexual and intellectual enlightenment, he progresses through a series of relationships, until he is cast out into the real world. Bruccoli. Listed in Modern Library's Top 100 Novels [1998].

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      ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT MONOGRAPHS ON SHANGHAI Shanghai 1921, - Kelly Walsh. Rebacked using old cloth, fold-out b.w. photo, 7 b.w. photos, 4 fold-out maps, index, notes& appendices, 504p., co-author S. Couling, complete,contentsvery clean, small mended cover tear, "as is" else solid.RARE Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        The History of Shanghai - Part 1

      Shanghai, Kelly & Walsh Limited, 1921. Printed and published for the Municipal Council. - 1 thick volume in-4, 504 pp.-v, illustrated with a large folding panorama of The Bund as frontispiece, 5 folding maps and 6 plates, rebound in modern brown leather, a very good and clean copy. A very scarce book on Shanghai History. This is Part 1 only, the second part is even more rare. "Nearly a century has run its course since the birth of the modern Shanghai, and in recent years the need has often been expressed for a history which would deal in a comprehensive manner with the various aspects, historical, political and commercial, of the Foreign Settlements there situate, a work which, whilst in no sense a reflexion on those excellent publications on the subject now extant, would, by its very magnitude, demand that private enterprise should be complemented by public aid. In 1906, the Municipal Council accordingly commissioned the late Mr. G. Lanning to undertake the compilation of the present work on its behalf. For over thirteen years he devoted himself to this task, so that the greater portion of the volume was ready for publication at the time of his much lamented death in January last. Fortunately the Council has been able to secure the services of Mr. S. Couling, to continue and bring to fruition the work to which the late Mr. Lanning had devoted some many years of his life." Extract of the Foreword by N.O. Liddell, Secretary of the Shanghai Municipal Council. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January, 1921 Through December 1921

      British Columbia Telephone Company, British Columbia 1921 - Telephone Talk was the glossy bimonthly publication of the British Columbia Telephone Company. It was written by employees for employees to present information of interest to those engaged in the plant, traffic, commercial, operating, accounting and other departments of the service. Each issue is replete with black and white photos and information on topics such as: company, industry and technological news, traffic levels, expansion plans, personnel announcements, publicity and social events, deaths, weddings, lists of exchanges, and more. As such, these issues serve as a vital preserve of rare and fascinating British Columbia history. This volume covers topics including: Greatest growth of company was during past year; Sound - a non-technical talk on a technical subject; Accidents which a careless workman may cause; Graph of the number of phones in service from 1903 through 1920; Table listing the exchanges in order of percent good toll calls; Statement of development - a table listing the number of phones in service per exchange across the province; Photo montage of three of the Agents of lower mainland offices; Proposed central office extensions indicate a busy year; Snow and wind storms seriously damage toll leads on Vancouver Island; Repairing submarine cable near Friday Harbor was trying experience; Preparing to lay a third cable between the mainland and Vancouver Island; Magnets - non-technical talk on a technical subject; Statistical Review of the province's industries; Nice photo montage of 5 lady Vancouver Island company representatives; Planned additions; Start of Export Trade in Bulk Wheat - nice photos; Naming a telephone office; Fourty Years of the Telephone; Photo montage of 4 lady company representatives on southern Vancouver Island; The Gathering of Material for Use of Telephone Men - 5-page illustrated article; Application for increased rates before Railway Board; Shipping railway ties to Egypt; Plant activities; Excellent 10-page article describes the laying of the second submarine cable to Vancouver Island (Point Grey to Nanaimo) - many great photos; Photo montage of four lovely ladies who serve as supervising officials in the traffic department; Railway board accedes to request for rate increase; Repair job on North Vancouver Submarine Cable - photos and map; First Convention of Canadian telephone companies very successful - 10 page article with photos; Convention Delegates tour Capilano Timber Company operations - photo montage; Photo montage of chief operators of mainland two-number offices; new Kerrisdale exchange opens; New P.B.X at Spencers (Department Store); Current phone directory is an improvement; 2 pages of samples of past phone directories; Construction of switchboard cords; laying conduit along Georgia St., Vancouver (2 photos); Emergency reveals bravery of B.C. telephone operators; photos of Port Coquitlam flood; amazing photo of washed out bridge over Capilano River; Pioneer line construction - telegraph line between Toronto and Buffalo, NY in 1846; Good Qualities of Loud Speakers; photo of timber cutting to clear a right-of-way to give service to the Broadview district; photo of underground conduit being laid in downtown Nanaimo, with horses and wagon in picture; What constitutes Central's activities at the Capital City Exchange - 4 pages with photos; Rubber covered wires and cables - 3 page article with photos; and more. Half-leather binding. Average wear. Backstrip loose along front edge. Ink stamp of company executive E.P. LaBelle upon top edge else unmarked. Binding intact. Aside from backstrip, a sound copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Salammbô -

      A. Ferroud, F. Ferroud 1921 -, Paris - 2 tomes. In-12 Tome 1: 263 pp. Tome 2: 254 pp. Reliure plein maroquin bordeaux. Dos à 4 nerfs sautés avec date en queue. Tête dorée. Double filets dorés sur coupes, contreplats bordé de maroquin bordeaux et d'un quintuple encadrement de filets et roulettes en pointillés en succession, fleurons mosaïqués bleus aux angles. Couverture et dos conservés. Reliure signée DUVAL. Illustré de 17 compositions hors texte, dont 2 frontispices gravés à l'eau forte, plus 15 en-têtes, 15 culs-de-lampe, 15 lettres ornées et un fleuron de titre par Gaston BUSSIERE. Bel ensemble. TIRAGE LIMITE. Un des 1000 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin d'Arches avec un état de toutes les illustrations. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Complete Works of ? Edited by Robert Ross

      New York: Bigelow, Brown & Co, 1921. Authorized edition. Frontispiece to each volume. 10 vols. 8vo. Bound in three quarters red morocco and cloth sides. Some toning to spines, else VG. Authorized edition. Frontispiece to each volume. 10 vols. 8vo.

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        Brev til Bertam Dybwad,Kristiania 27. mars 1921. Signert.

      A5 1 s. beskrevet på dobbelt ark. Pent.. " ... Deres Leonardo - verk er enestående. ..." Om Quaderni d'Anatomia

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        Norman and Plantagenet 1066-1485†by H Avray Tipping (1921)

      VG+ with no dj. rare. assumed 1st. Country Life 1921. Folio hardcover. Heavy. Book is tight, clean, unmarked with very light shelf ware

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        The Palace of Minos: A Comparative Account of the Successive Stages of the Early Cretan Civilization as Illustrated by the Discoveries at Knossos

      London: Macmillan, 1921. Ex-Library. Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Six volumes complete (but no index volume which came much later), 1921-1935, TEG, 12 plates and maps in rear pockets, ex library condition which shows edge wear and has usual defacements with library name blackened out on fore-edges and bottom, white spine numbers exist, a most gorgeous set showing meticulous historical and archaeological care, well illustrated (some chromoliths), a classic set of great book publishing with gilt designs, emblems, trim. Quite heavy so expect additional costs..

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        Liebeshändel nach alten Erzählungen

      . . 4 Radierungen, handkoloriert, davon 3 in Hochformat (ca. 10 x 15 cm) und 1 in Querformat (9,5 x 15 cm). 1921. " ... erschienen ... in einer nummerierten Auflage von 30 Exemplaren, wovon 20 als Mappe zur Ausgabe gelangen. Die Radierungen wurden in der Reiher-Presse zu Weimar gedruckt, handkoloriert und vom Künstler signiert. Die Mappe fertigte die Buchbinderei Otto Dorfner, Weimar. Diese Mappe trägt die Nr. 8" - Türkisfarbene OHalbpergamentmappe mit goldgeprägter Illustration von Walter Klemm auf Deckel, 33 x 25 cm. - Radierungen im beschnittenen Rand leicht fleckig, in Passepartouts montiert. - Mappe oben mit 3 cm breitem Lichtrand, etwas kratzspurig, bestoßen und fleckig.

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        LA VITA NUOVA Nel sesto centenario della morte di Dante Alighieri.

      Bergamo, Istituto Italiano d?'Arti Grafiche 1921. In-4 gr., bella legatura in velluto editoriale (fregi al piatto anteriore leggemente sbiaditi), ricche decorazioni in oro ai piatti e filetti al dorso, taglio sup. dorato, pp. (10),XCIII,(11), tutte a fogli chiusi; ornato ai margini di ogni pag. da delicati fregi in oro e a colori di Nestore Leoni, con le bellissime illustrazioni e allegorie a colori di Vittorio Grassi. Riproduzione in fac-simile dell'ediz. originale del 1907 (illustrata e miniata su pergamena da Leoni e Grassi), ?"testo raffermato da Michele Barbi per la Societa?' Dantesca Italiana?". Cfr. Mambelli,782. Pregevole ediz. di lusso, in tirat. di 1321 esempl. numerati e firmati dagli artisti, su carta avoriata con speciale sigla in filigrana, appositam. fabbricata dalle Cartiere Miliani. Il ns., 1197, è ben conservato.

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        Lehrbuch der Liebe.

      - Deutsch von Ernst Hohenemser. Berlin, Paul Cassirer 1921. Mit illustr. Titel und 8 Textillustrationen (teils Vignetten) in Original-Lithographie von Max Slevogt. Gr.-4°. 90 S., 3 Bl. uf festem Zanders-Bütten. Handgebundener cremefarbener Orig.-Schweinslederbd auf 5 Bünden mit goldgeprägter Deckelvignette von Slevogt, Rückentitel in Gold, vergoldeter Innenkantenbordüre und Kopfgoldschnitt. Erste dieser illustrierten Ausgabe, bereits 1920 erschienen. - XVIII. Werk der Pan-Presse. - Eins von 100 num. Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe, hier ohne die Extrasuite der Lithographien und ohne die Signatur des Künstlers in Druckvermerk. - Rümann 69 a. - Söhn 473. - Rodenberg I, 454. - Feilchenfeldt/Brandis 152.A. - Gutes Exemplar.

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        Architectures Recueil Publie Sous la Direction de

      1921. |~| SÜE, Louis and André MARE. Architectures Recueil 1921. 148, [2] pp. Illustrated with numerous full-page coloured plates of interior decoration, plus attractive lithographic head- and tailpieces throughout. Large folio, 520 x 370 mm, bound in half morocco by Devauchelle. Paris: Éditions de la Nouvelle Revue Française, 1921. |~||~||~||~| One of the most spectacular books printed during the height of the Art Deco movement about Art Deco. André Mare and Louis Süe were both trained painters who turned to interior design as early as 1905. Due to their lack of design or craft training, both Süe and Mare were grouped with the Coloristes in Paris before the First World War. Their association in La Compagnie des Arts Francais helped give birth to the Art Deco movement. Illustrated with a frontispiece and ornaments throughout by Paul Vera. Original wood engravings and etchings in colour and black and white by Roger de la Fresnaye, Laurençin, Laboureur, Segonzac, and Boussingault. Also with thirty-four large handsome plates, several in colour, of plans, façades, interiors, and furniture by Süe and Mare for clients in Madrid and Paris, etched by Jacques Villon. One of 500 numbered copies. Now a rare book, since the majority of copies have been dismembered for the plates. Jacques Villon, Les Estampes et les Illustrations, Catalogue Raisonne, E.291 and E.600-632.

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        Elus et Appelés, études et essais

      first edition. Third copy of the deluxe edition on Holland paper paper, numbered 1 to 20. Emile Paul frères Paris 1921 14x19cm broché

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        Ohne Titel. Öl auf Hartfaser 1973. 72 x 53 cm, in Künstlerrahmung, unten rechts monogrammiert und datiert.

      . . * Günter Albert Schulz 1921 in Stettin geboren, 1942-44 Studium an der, Staatlichen Akademie für Buchgewerbe und grafische Künste Leipzig bei Hans Soltmann und Bruno Heroux, 1959-76 Lehrtätigkeit im Fachbereich Kunsterziehung der Universität Leipzig, 2004 in Leipzig verstorben. Rahmen mit wenigen Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, sonst guter Erhaltungszustand.

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        21 autograph letters (17), lettercards (1) and postcards (3), mostly signed.

      Various places, 1921 and 1922.. 4to and 8vo. Altogether 37 pp.. Very comprehensive collection of private letters written to his last love, Rose Ader (1890-1955). "Between 1921 and 1923, Puccini enjoyed what was likely his last romantic fling when he fell passionately in love with a young German soprano, Rose Ader, for whom he created the part of Liu in his final work, Turandot'" (The New Grove Dictionary). "My good and sweet Rosa", Puccini wrote on April 17, 1921, on one of his earliest letters to Rose, "I am deeply moved as I write you. I would wish to be able to tell you what I have in my heart - if only you could understand! Besides the distance which separates us there is the matter of the language which prevents us from saying all that we have in our hearts - what good fortune that I should have met you and what misfortune not to be able to speak together! I would have such riches in expression with which to express my great love! A love which will be with me all my life - you cannot imagine what an impression you made on me! Your languid eyes which when they looked at me strike my heart as though to seek an echo of an immense affection. I shall never be able to forge you - my Rosa what will happen to me. How can I bear being so far away. Yet it is necessary to suffer and to wait. Life is all one waiting and one suffering! Study, study, I beg you on my knees. Study with ardor and feverishly a little of my language. I believe that guided by the love that you have for me you will soon succeed in understanding me. That day will be one of the most beautiful ones of our life. Write to me even in German. I shall have your letter translated. If with the help of Mrs. S... you wish to write in French I shall not let the eyes of a stranger see your letter. I shall write you every week and even more often than that. How clearly I write! Never have I written in this manner - for you, my joy, I do everything [...]" (transl. from the Italian original).

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      - (DETMOLD,EDWARD)illus. FABRE'S BOOK OF INSECTS retold by Mrs. Randolph Stawell. London: Hodder & Stoughton, no date [1921]. Thick 4to, (9 x 11"), white cloth pictorially stamped in gold, Fine condition in dust wrapper with mounted color plate (dw is frayed on spine ends). First edition. Illustrated by Detmold with 12 magnificent tipped-in color plates with lettered tissue guards. This is beautiful copy, scarce in the dw. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Selbstmörderwettbewerb.

      Berlin, Otto v. Holten (Privatdruck), 1921.. Kl.-8°. (2),29,(9) S. Orig.-Pappband.. Rodenberg 244; Schauer II,44. - Kolophon: 'Hier endet: Der Selbstmörderwettbewerb von Johannes Auerbach. Einband, satzanordnung, frontispice- und titelradierung von Marcus Behmer. Buchdruck von Otto v. Holten; kupferdruck von Willy Braun. Einhundertundfünfzig abzüge; davon fünfzig nicht für den Handel. Die Radierungen in nummer 1-12 von den unverstählten platten. Nr. 20'. - Mit radiertem Doppeltitel von der verstählten Platte, von Marcus Behmer signiert. - Gesetzt aus Petit Tiemann-Kursiv (ohne Versalien). - Einband gering fleckig; fliegendes Vorsatz sowie wenige Seiten schwach stockfleckig; ansonsten schönes und sauberes Exemplar.

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        LA VITA NUOVA. Nel sesto centenario della morte di Dante Alighieri.

      Istituto Italiano d?Arti Grafiche 1921 In - 4 gr., bella legatura in velluto editoriale (fregi al piatto anteriore leggemente sbiaditi), ricche decorazioni in oro ai piatti e filetti al dorso, taglio sup. dorato, pp. (10),XCIII,(11), tutte a fogli chiusi; ornato ai margini di ogni pag. da delicati fregi in oro e a colori di Nestore Leoni, con le bellissime illustrazioni e allegorie a colori di Vittorio Grassi. Riproduzione in fac - simile dell'ediz. originale del 1907 (illustrata e miniata su pergamena da Leoni e Grassi), ?testo raffermato da Michele Barbi per la Societa? Dantesca Italiana?. Cfr. Mambelli,782. Pregevole ediz. di lusso, in tirat. di 1321 esempl. numerati e firmati dagli artisti, su carta avoriata con speciale sigla in filigrana, appositam. fabbricata dalle Cartiere Miliani. Il ns., 1197, è ben conservato.

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        Kunstgeschichtliche Grundbegriffe. Das Problem der Stilentwicklung in der neueren Kunst.

      München, Hugo Bruckmann, 1921.. 5. Auflage div. Abb., 260 Seiten 25,5 x 18 cm. , Halbleinen. Sofortversand. Der Einband ist bestossen und zerkratzt, die Seiten sind etwas angedunkelt und leicht fleckig. Hier handelt es sich um ein Standardwerk der Kunstrezeption. Keine Frakturschrift. 130418bm10

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        Jedermann. Das Spiel vom Sterben des reichen Mannes.

      -,, Salzburg, 1921 - Salzburg, -, 1921. OProgrammzettel. Jaklitsch III 1. - Regie: Max Reinhardt. Kostüme: Alfred Roller. Darsteller: Werner Krauß, Alexander Moissi, Frieda Richard, Helene Thimig, Hedwig Bleibtreu, Werner Krauß u.a. Deutsch

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        Der Querschnitt durch 1921. Marginalien der Galerie Flechtheim. - Mit Original-Holzschnitt von Frans Masereel. - Karl Vollmüller gewidmetes Exemplar.

      Berlin / Düsseldorf / Frankfurt, Galerie Flechtheim, 1921. 1 Bl. (Titel und Widmungsseite), 1 Tafel, S. a-m, 250 Seiten, 1 Blatt, zahlr. Illustrationen. 8°, Original-Halbleinen mit Deckelillustration (de Vlaminck) und goldgeprägtem Rückentitel.. Mit handschriftlicher Zueignung an "Dr. Vollmöller", gemeint sein dürfte der Kunstförderer, Archäologe und Schriftsteller Karl Vollmöller. -- In einer Auflage von 400 Exemplaren erschienener Jahresband der Mitteilungen aus der Galerie Alfred Flechtheim (Heft 1 Januar, 2/3 Mai, 4/5 Sept., 6 Dezember) - dieses Exemplar ohne Nummerierung, stattdessen mit gedruckter Widmungsseite, in die handschriftlich - der Schrift nach zu urteilen von Flechtheim persönlich - der Name "Dr. Vollmöller" eingefügt ist. -- Mit dem Original-Holzschnitt von Frans Masereel. -- Vor Heft 1 eingebunden der Beitrag: "La Captivite de Cezanne" von Andre Salmon aus dem Jahr 1914 und 8-seitiges Inhaltsverzeichnis. - Mit Beiträgen von Guido Bagier, Peter Behrens (über Carl Ernst Osthaus), Collofino, Theodor Daeubler, Max Ernst (Dada est mort, vive Dada!), Walter Gropius (Das Bauhaus in Weimar), Mynona, Karl Otten (über Hans Bolz), Rene Scickele, Hermann Harry Schmitz, Otto Schoff, Hans Siemsen, Carl Sternheim, Thea Sternheim, Hermann von Wedderkopf, Paul Westheim, Karl With u.a. -- Illustrationen von Matisse, Bonnard, Nauen, Masereel, Marie Laurencin, Jawlensky, Lasker-Schüler, Andre Derain, Jules Pascin, Max Burchartz, Paul Klee, Albert Gleizes, Kees van Dongen, E. de Fiori, George Braque, Bernhard Hoetger, Ludwig Meidner, Max Pechstein, Paul Seehaus, R. Sintenis, Christian Rohlfs u. v.a. -- Einband leicht berieben und gebräunt, an den Kanten teils bestoßen, Bindung im Inhaltsverzeichnis etwas aufgeplatzt, eine Seite stärker beschnitten, Klammerheftung rostig, Vorsätze mit wenigen (hinten etwas mehr) braunen Flecken, insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        El Verdugo. Aus dem französischen neu übertragen von Kalr Federn.

      Berlin, Euphorion, 1921.. 18,5 : 13,5 cm. 3 blank leaves, 58 pages, 3 leaves /2 blank). with 6 original, signed etchings by Klaus Richter and etched title-page by Jan Tschichold. Illustrated original calf (signed Hübeö & Denck) top edge gilt.. One of 150 numbered copis of the deluxe edition with the signed etchings by Klaus Richter. The artist was a pupil of Lovis Corinth and m,ember of the Berlin Secession. - Edges a bit rubbed, otherwise a fine copy.

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        Sour Grapes A Book of Poems

      Boston: The Four Seas Company, 1921. First edition. 1 vols. 8vo. Original gray-green boards, paper spine label mentioning Williams name. BEAUTIFUL COPY. Beautiful copy of this scarce and fragile early collection, which contains some of Williams' most memorable and beloved poems from the period: "The Widow's Lament in Springtime," "Spouts," "Light Hearted William," "Portrait of the Author," etc. Williams, p. 31

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        Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates

      1921. first edition. Edition De Luxe on Vellum Stock - One of 50 CopiesInscribed by Merle Johnson to Harry Everett TownsendOne of Howard Pyle's StudentsPYLE, Howard. JOHNSON, Merle, compiler. Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates. Fiction, Fact & Fancy concerning the Buccaneers & Marooners of the Spanish Main: From the writing & Pictures of Howard Pyle: Compiled by Merle Johnson. New York & London: Harper & Brothers, 1921. Large Paper Edition de Luxe on Vellum Stock. Limited to fifty copies signed by Merle Johnson. Folio (12 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches; 317 x 235 mm.). [4], xviii, 246, [1], [5, blank] pp. 12 full-page tipped in color plates and 2 small tipped-in color plates (pp. 232 & 239), 24 tipped-in monotone plates and 1 small tipped-in monotone plate (p. 3), 24 black & white text illustrations and 8 decorative initials. Publishers quarter cream buckram over gray boards. Front cover decoratively lettered in dark gray and color plate "Captain Keitt" (facing p. 212) pasted on within dark gray border. Spine decoratively lettered in gilt. Pictorial front free-endpaper, partially uncut. The ink inscription on the limitation page reads "Special Copy for / Harry E. Townsend / With thanks for / the original Pyle / Pirate sketch lent / by him for this / book / Merle Johnson". An exceptionally fine copy in the original glassine wrapper (slightly torn on back but 95% complete) and the original light brown cardboard box with printed label Townsend written in pencil, pasted onto top (corners of box neatly repaired)."Pirates, Buccaneers, Marooners, those cruel but picturesque sea wolves who once infested the Spanish Main, all live in present-day conceptions in great degree as drawn by the pen and pencil of Howard Pyle. Pyle, artist-author, living in the latter half of the nineteenth century and the first decade of the twentieth, had the fine faculty of transposing himself into any chosen period of history and making its people flesh and blood again --- not just historical puppets. His characters were sketched with both words and picture; with both words and picture he ranks as a master, with a rich personality which makes his work individual and attractive in either medium… Important and interesting to the student of history, the adventure-lover, and the artist, as they are, these Pirate stories and pictures have been scattered through many magazines and books. Here, in this volume, they are gathered together for the first time, perhaps not just as Mr. Pyle would have done, but with a completeness and appreciation of the real value of the material which the author's modesty might not have permitted." (Merle Johnson, Foreword).Harry Everett Townsend (1879-1941) was a major American painter, print-maker and illustrator. Early in life he displayed his talent for art by earning money as a sign painter for local businessmen. After graduation from high school he went to Chicago to study at the Art Institute. During the summers he serviced farm equipment for the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and traveled to the American Southwest. Both the Rock Island and Santa Fe Railroads used his scenic paintings for advertising. In 1900 Townsend began to study under Howard Pyle in Wilmington, Delaware, after which he studied briefly in Paris and in London. He returned to Chicago in 1904 to teach for a short time at the Academy of Fine Arts, after which he moved to Leonia, New Jersey, to begin a successful career illustrating magazines such as Harper's, Century, Everybody's, and McClure's as well as a number of books. In 1912 he established a studio in northern France so that he could be close to both Paris and London. The onset of war forced Townsend to return to the United States, where he resumed his work as an illustrator. He began his war service drawing posters before receiving his captain's commission in 1918. Much of Townsend's work during the war focuses on the human element. He produced a number of images showing how the rigors of combat eventually leave little to distinguish between winners and losers in war. After the war Townsend returned to illustrating. His experiences with the AEF, War Diary of a Combat Artist, were published in 1991.BAL, 16416

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        Die deutsche Artillerie in den Durchbruchschlachten des Weltkrieges. Mit zahlreichen Skizzen im Text und als Anlagen.

      Berlin, Mittler, 1921.. Royal octavo. Pp. viii, 119. With a total of 36 sketch maps of which 10 are in the text and 26 on 3 large folding sheets in rear pocket. Plus large folding map, 45x70 cm, also in rear pocket. Set in Gothic type. Hardcover, bound in the original publisher's printed boards, bit shabby, inner hinges slightly cracked, old military institutional stamps to title-page, prelims and maps. In a very good condition. ~ First edition. Very rare. The second was published in 1922. Georg Bruchmüller, a German artillery officer who fought in WWI, made a profound contribution to the theory and practice of artillery tactics, notably in respects of the concept of 'neutralization', task organization, use of technology, operations security (opsec), manoeuvre co-ordination, psychological preparation, and the use of fire concentration to achieve the 'knock-out punch' allowing decisive penetration by supported arms. His study is considered a classic. A very important treatise on First World War artillery. Extremely scarce in its completeness comprising of all the auxiliary folding maps..

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        Vingt études de nu en plein air.

      S.D.(1921), Horos Editions - In-folio ( 425 X 275 mm ) en feuilles sous pochette à rabats illustrée de l'éditeur. XX superbes planches de nus en héliogravures sur papier vélin d'après les clichés de G.L. ARLAUD sous serpentes. EDITION ORIGINALE de la préface de SAINT POL ROUX "Hosanna" hymne à la nudité et la nature. Luxueuse collection de planches signées dans la plaque par G.L. ARLAUD, qui ont toutes été prises en Provence ( cf, Bertolotti: "Livres de nus" pp.40-41 ). Petit manque de papier au dos, "griffure" sur le premier plat, les planches sont parfaites. Très bon exemplaire. Rare. Beaux-arts Photographie Curiosa Nus Naturisme [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Der Selbstmörderwettbewerb.

      (Bln., Otto von Holten, 1921).. Kl.-8°. OHpergamentbd. mit goldgepr. Rtit. und goldgepr. Deckelvignette in OPp.-Schuber (dieser mit geringen Gebrauchsspuren). 1 Bl., 29 SS., 1 Bl. mit sign. orig.-radiertem Frontispiz und Titelblatt von Markus Behmer.. Erste Ausgabe. - Nr. 146 von 50 Exemplaren (Gesamtaufl. 150). - Der Bildhauer, Maler und Schriftsteller Johannes Ilmari Auerbach (1899-1950) war einer der ersten Bauhausschüler. Als KPD-Mitglied und Widerstandskämpfer kam er zwischen 1933 und 1935 mehrfach in KZ-Haft. 1938 gelang ihm die Flucht nach London. In der hier vorliegenden Geschichte verarbeitete Auerbach einen gescheiterten Suizidversuch aus dem gleichen Jahr. - Slg.Achilles 291. Behmer, Oeuvre grave 289-290 mit Abb. Rodenberg 244. Rost 1491. Schauer II, 44. - Tadelloses Exemplar auf Bütten. - Das Exemplar von Ludwig von Hofmann mit eh. zweizeiliger monogrammierter Widmung von Marcus Behmer, dat. 19. III. 22 sowie eingedrucktem Eigentümernamen.

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        ROTHENBURG/ob der Tauber. Blick auf das Rathaus, links Brunnen, rechts Altstadthaus mit zwei Uhren.

      - Aquarell und Gouache von Vinzenz Marschall, um 1921, 18 x 27 cm. Vinzenz Marschall und sein älterer Bruder Josef schufen die originalen Vorlagen für die Farbpostkarten des Verlages Karl Alber. - Voll ausgeführtes Aquarell in kräftigen Farben und auf festem Aquarellkarton.

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        ROTHENBURG/ob der Tauber. Prächtige Gesamtansicht über die Toppelbrücke.

      - Aquarell von Vinzenz Marschall, sign. und dat. 1921, 22,5 x 34 cm. Vinzenz Marschall und sein älterer Bruder Josef schufen die originalen Vorlagen für die Farbpostkarten des Verlages Karl Alber. - Voll ausgeführtes Aquarell in kräftigen Farben und auf festem Aquarellkarton.

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        The Works, Vailima Edition

      New York, Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1921-3. 26 volumes, octavo (227 × 145 mm). Contemporary green half morocco, titles to spines gilt, onlaid red and cream floral morocco pieces to spines in compartments separated by raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt. Photogravure frontispiece portraits. Spines faded, an excellent set. Vailima edition, one of 1,030 numbered sets for the United States (this no. 714), out of a total edition of 2,090 sets. A handsomely bound set.

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        Christian Rohlfs. Fünftes Buch der Galerie Goyert

      Galerie Goyert (Märkische Druckerei u. Verlags-Anstalt Aug. Pott) (1921 or 1922), Köln a. Rhein (Witten-Ruhr) - With 12 reproductions. First edition. In publisher's green wrappers, illustrated with an original woodcut by Rohlfs. 20, (4) p. Rohlfs' exhibition catalogue with an original Expressionist woodcut image on the cover, featuring two dancers, 12 photographic reproductions of paintings and the list of 30 pictures of the exhibition. Christian Rohlfs (1849-1938) was a German painter and printmaker, the father and one of the most important representatives of German expressionism. Ownership inscription in pencil on title page. A fine copy. In publisher's green wrappers, illustrated with an original woodcut by Rohlfs [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed 'E Rutherford' to Charles Herman Viol, 8 January 1921. Three pages on two sheets.

      Important letter from Rutherford to Charles Herman Viol requesting information about the production of radium, in preparation for a series of lectures he was to deliver at The Royal Institution. "From 1921, when he succeeded [J. J.] Thomson, until his death, Rutherford was professor of natural philosophy at the Royal Institution in London, a post that entailed several lectures each year" (DSB). Rutherford (1871-1937) had moved in 1919 from Manchester to Cambridge, where he was director of the Cavendish Laboratory. There he continued his research on radioactivity, mainly in collaboration with James Chadwick, work which depended on a steady supply of radioactive materials. Since 1913 Viol had been director of research at the US Standard Chemical Company, the first successful large-scale producer of radium, and editor of its in-house journal Radium. He was thus in an excellent position to respond to Rutherford's request. Rutherford letters with significant scientific content are rare on the market.<br/><br/> The letter reads, in full: <br/><br/> <i>Dear Dr Viol<br/><br/> I am giving a course of lectures on Radioactivity at the Royal Institution beginning late in February. I shall be obliged if you can give me any general information with regard to the following: 1. Average Ur plus Th content of the carnotite used for separation of Ra. 2. A rough idea of methods of commercial separation with rough figures of amount of ore, acid, etc. to yield one gram Ra. Probably you have published something along these lines. Possibly you could give me some idea of the annual output of Ra for the world & an estimate of the amount so far separated. <br/><br/> If it is not too much trouble, I should be glad of rough figures of this kind to introduce in one of my lectures. Also I should be glad of any general information re commercial separation that you may have on hand & do not regard as confidential. <br/><br/> I am always interested to receive your publication Radium which I read with interest. <br/><br/> Yours sincerely, <br/><br/> E Rutherford</i><br/><br/> "Viol had been trained as a physicist and had studied under eminent physicists such as Albert Michelson and Robert Millikan at the University of Chicago. His advisor was the chemist Herbert McCoy, known for his study of radioelements. In 1914 Viol had just completed his dissertation on the chemical properties and relative activities of the radio-products of thorium. To a young, promising scientist, the Standard Chemical Company offered the chance to enter a rapidly developing industry and become its pioneer. Viol was among those who improved the method for recovering radium from carnotite ore and foresaw several possible uses for radium salts ... <br/><br/> "<i>Radium</i> was a monthly publication devoted to "the chemistry, physics, and therapeutics of radium and radioactive substances". It was published by the Radium Publishing Company, yet another of the Standard Chemical Company's subsidiaries. The idea of printing a house journal was mainly based on its French counterpart <i>Le Radium</i> (1904)." The Standard Chemical Company's commercial interests in radium were principally its medical applications. Viol intended <i>Radium</i> "to legitimize the Standard Chemical Company within the community of American physicians and use it as a marketing tool for the company's products. His co-editor was William Cameron, a medical doctor who was the ?rst in the United States to report treatment in a patient with breast cancer using massive doses of the material" (Maria Rentetzi, 'The U.S. Radium Industry: Industrial In-house Research and the Commercialization of Science,' <i>Minerva</i> 46 (2008), pp. 437-62). <br/><br/> The Standard Chemical Company reached the apogee of its fame in May 1921, when Marie Curie, the discoverer of radium, visited the United States. One week after her arrival, President Harding presented her with a gift of one gram of the rare element, prepared by Company. It was at her personal request that a visit to the Standard Chemical Company's facilities was included in her busy schedule.. Three pages on two sheets, 177 x 111 mm, address (Newnham Cottage, Queen's Road, Cambridge) embossed in upper right corner (a few light soil marks, neat horizontal fold)

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      Letouzey et Ané, Paris 1921 - RO40251747: 16 volumes d'env. 600-900 pages chacun. Etiquettes de code sur les couvertures. Quelques tampons de bibliothèque. Manque important sur le dos du tome II-1. Quelques plats se détachant. Quelques annotations au crayon dans certains volumes. Du tome I-1 au tome VIII-2 (Paul III) Nouvelle trad. française faite sur la 2e édition allemande, corrigée et augmentée de Notes critiques et bibliog. par Dom H. LECLERCQ (Bénédictin de l'abbaye de Farnborough). Continué par le Card. J. HERGENROETHER. In-8 Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 270-Histoire et géographie de l'Eglise [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Canço s.

      Lisbôa: Libanio da Silva, 1921 - Lisbôa: Libanio da Silva, 1921. The first edition of Botto's classic collection of homoerotic verse, which created an uproar when it was later re-issued by Fernando Pessoa the following year. The author's fourth publication, a beautifully produced book, printed in two colors on handmade papers. A near fine copy in original wrappers, bound in a 3/4 morocco binding and marbled boards, original wrappers present, neat penciled notes on rear end-paper. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        English Homes. Eight Volume Set

      Country Life, 1921, Cloth, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, First EditionEight volumes, published 1920-28. First editions. Folios. Does NOT include Period I and II--Vol. II, published later. Period IV, Vol. 1 and Period V, Vol. 1 have front hinges slightly cracked. Includes Period I, Vol I: Norman and Plantagenet,1066-1485; Period II, Vol I: Early Tudor, 1485-1558; Period III, Vol I: Late Tudor and Early Stuart, 1558-1649; Period III, VoI II: Late Tudor and Early Stuart, 1558-1649; Period IV, Vol I: Late Stuart, 1649-1714; Period IV, Vol II: The Work of Sir John Vanbrugh and his School, 1699-1736; Period V, Vol I: Early Georgian, 1714-1760; Period VI, Vol I: Late Georgian, 1760-1820. No dustjackets. Cloth boards have edge wear, scratches, scuffs, rubbed/slightly frayed corners, rubbed/slightly frayed/sunned spines. Scrape inside rear covers (due to sticker removal). Minor rubbing to gilt edges. No writing. These are large, heavy volumes and will require significant international shipping costs. Please contact me directly. Quantity Available: 1. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 045938.

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        Leading Businessmen and Business Concerns in Japan : Typical Companies and Firms in Japan with Biographical Sketches of Business Men of Influence

      Chugal Sangyo Chosakai, Tokyo 1921 - Three quarter leather with cloth boards. Original spine, chipped and torn, laid down over new leather backing. 9 x 12 inches. Two sections: Business history 368 pages; Businessmen biographies 352 pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Piraeus, 1921-1932 [Historical Archives of the Community of Hydra Island 1778-1854]In greek. Sixteen volumes. Soft cover, 8o. The Archives of the Community of Hydra that played a very important role before, during and after the Revolution of 1821, published by the Mayor A. Lignos.==============================================================IMPORTANT:The shipping cost estimated by the system covers books weighing up to 750 gr.; a surcharge depending on the actual weight and destination applies for heavier books. You can also choose an international transporter and pay the shipping cost at delivery in your country.Insurance of the shipment may also be necessary for some destinations.

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        OBERAMMERGAU. "Oberammergau am Hauptplatz", rechts der Gasthof zur Alten Post und das Sport- & Kaufhaus Hermann Rutz.

      - Aquarell von Vinzenz Marschall, sign. und dat. 1921, 18 x 27,5 cm. Vinzenz Marschall und sein älterer Bruder Josef schufen die originalen Vorlagen für die Farbpostkarten des Verlages Karl Alber. - Voll ausgeführtes Aquarell in kräftigen Farben und auf festem Aquarellkarton. Dabei: Die originale Künstlerpostkarte.

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        "Oberammergau am Hauptplatz", rechts der Gasthof zur Alten Post und das Sport- & Kaufhaus Hermann Rutz.

      . Aquarell von Vinzenz Marschall, sign. und dat. 1921, 18 x 27,5 cm.. Vinzenz Marschall und sein älterer Bruder Josef schufen die originalen Vorlagen für die Farbpostkarten des Verlages Karl Alber. - Voll ausgeführtes Aquarell in kräftigen Farben und auf festem Aquarellkarton. Dabei: Die originale Künstlerpostkarte.

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        Dreiviertelfigur, zeichnend, Portrait im Profil nach links.

      1921 1921 - Kaltnadelradierung von Emil Orlik, 1921, signiert. 9,6:9,2 cm. Nr. 5 von 100 Exemplaren. Auf Maschinen-Bütten. Vollrandig.- Bezeichnet &#132;SPOG" (unter diesem Kürzel hatten sich Slevogt, Pankok, Orlik und Grünberg &#150; ein Graphiksammler, an dessen Druckerpresse experimentiert wurde &#150; zusammengeschlossen).

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        Monday or Tuesday

      Richmond; Hogarth Press; 1921 - First edition, first printing. Illustrated with 4 woodcuts by Vanessa Bell. One of 1000 copies and consisting of 8 short stories. Some wear to the corners and a bit of foxing to the front and rear boards, but all in all a very nice copy with a Times book club label affixed to the inside of the rear board. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Travels in Arabia Deserta. With a new Preface by the Author, Introduction by T.E. Lawrence, and all the Original Maps, Plans and Cuts

      London: Jonathan Cape and the Medici Society (Philip Warner), 1921., 1921. FIRST EDITION THUS. 2 volumes, large octavo. With folding colour map in pocket at end of volume I, frontispieces, and numerous maps, plans and illustrations (some folding), pp.(xxvi), 623; (xiv), 690. Bound in original dark green cloth, gilt, with coated black endpapers, top edge gilt. Some minor wear, extremities sunned, cloth a little rubbed, spine tips frayed. Very good indeed. Originally published in 1888 at the Cambridge University Press, this important Cape edition is entirely reset, with a new preface by Doughty and an essay by T.E. Lawrence. During the Great War Lawrence urged the British Government to issue serial parts of this work as a handbook for officers serving in Arabia. Following hostilities he lobbied to republish the whole book. Duckworth and Doubleday declined and eventually Medici employee Herbert J. Cape, who appreciated Doughty's work, took up the challenge and produced this brand new edition of 500 copies, being the first ever book from Jonathan Cape, Publisher, on 15th January 1921, sold at a nosebleed inducing price of nine guineas (about £1000 today). Six large paper copies signed by Doughty and Lawrence were produced, and a quick reprint followed without the Lawrence note, withdrawn by him "because it's in bad taste". HOWARD, Michael: Jonathan Cape, Publisher (1971). Listed in National Geographic's 100 Greatest Adventure books

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