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        The Immobile Wind

      Evanston, Illinois: Monroe Wheeler. (1921). First. First edition. 28pp. Octavo. String-tied tan wrappers printed in black. Light stain on the front wrap, else near fine. Inscribed by Winters on the front fly to fellow poet and the publisher of New Directions: "To James Laughlin IV from Yvor Winters [followed by marginally readable Latin phrase]." His second book. .

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        THE HISTORY OF SHANGHAI

      Shanghai: Printed for Shanghai Municipal Council By Kelly & Walsh, Limited. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 1921. First Edition. Hardback. 4to (17 x 25cm) pp. ii, [4], 504, v, + corrigenda; folding panoramic view, b/w illustrations + five folding maps. Original cloth binding with gilt lettering, expertly and inconspicuously rejointed, retaining the original spine, a little rubbing to extremities, cloth a little darkened to spine. Contents clean and tight, inconspicous circular reference library stamps to the reverse of some of the plates, original end papers, the front paste-down with a small paper repair, several pages at the rear with professional repairs to very short marginal tear to the bottom edge. A very good tight copy. The first major monograph on Shanghai and Canton. .

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        The mucker / by Edgar Rice Burroughs ; illustrated by J. Allen St. John

      Chicago : A.C. McClurg & Co., 1921, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionVery good copy in the original title-blocked cloth. Professionally re-cased with a new gilt-blocked spine in matching cloth; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 414 pages; Description: [10], 414, [6] p. (last 3 p. blank), [5] leaves of plates ; 21 cm. Notes: Verso of t.p.: Published October, 1921. Frontispiece and plates facing p. 98, 128, 286 and 384. Advertisements on p. [2]-[3] at end. References: Heins, H.H. Burroughs p. 156. SIGNED and inscribed by Burroughs to Miss Lola Gonzales.

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        Großes Konvolut - Illustrirte Criminal-Zeitung. Illustrirtes Weltblatt (1921-1931)

      Hamburg: E. A. Christians, 1921-1931.. je wwei Doppelbögen (d.h. 8 S.) Zeitungen. alte Frakturschrift, rosafarbenes Papier mit meist 3-spaltig gesetztem Text und vielen Illustrationen. Große Titelillustration. Quer gefaltet. Gr.-4° (Zeitungsformat). deutliche Gebrauchs- und vor allem Lagerspuren, teils arg zerfleddert, viele Risse, Knicke, Flecken und Fehlstellen, man sollte die Zeitungen schonend aufschlagen, damit nicht noch weitere Risse entstehen, einige Blätter liegen lose bei. Interessant ist die Preisentwicklung in dem Inflationsjahr 1923! Lassen Sie sich dieses Konvolut nicht entgehen. Aus diesem Zeitraum werden derzeit keine Criminal-Zeitungen angeboten. Inhaltlich wurde über Skandale, Katastrophen, Verbrechen, spektakuläre Unglücksfälle ohne saubere Datierung berichtet. Fortsetzungsromane (Kolportageromane) kommen auch recht häufig vor. In dem Konvolut sind folgende Jahrgänge + Nummern enthalten: 1921: Nr. 1189, 1922: Nr. 1202-1217, 1923: Nr. 1260-1272 + Nr. 1289-1307 ; 1924: Nr. 1308 - 1322, 1324 ; 1925: 1408, 1409, 1926: Nr. 1410-1424, Nr. 1426 - 1461 ; 1927: Nr. 1462 - 1491 ; 1928: Nr. 1559 - 1566 ; 1929: Nr. 1567 - 1578 + Nr. 1596 - 1618 ; 1930: Nr. 1619 - 1640 ; 1931: Nr. 1681 - 1689 und Nr. 1699 - 1705. Insgesamt erhalten Sie 229 Exemplare. Keine Einzelabgabe erwünscht! Die Zeitungen werden nur komplett abgegeben. Bei Fragen können Sie sich jederzeit an mich wenden.

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        The History of a Lie

      New York J.S. Ogilvie Publishing Company 1921. 84 pages plus advertisement. "An authoritative and intensely interesting expose of one of the most dangerous literary forgeries, by which anti-Semitic propagandists have endeavored to injure and discredit the Jews throughout the world." - from clipping affixed inside back board. Usual library markings. Binding sound. A quality copy. First Edition Hard Cover 12mo - over 6?" - 7?" tall Ex-Library; First Edition. Good

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      [1921]. May 30 [1921]. Written to Herbert Fay, Custodian of Lincoln's Tomb. One 8-1/2" x 11" sheet of white lined paper, written on both sides. This letter refers to White Eagle's being in charge of an exhibit in Chicago for the Custer Battlefield Highway Association and to his efforts to contact an Apache named Dr. Montezuma, who lived in Chicago, in order to provide Fay with a photograph for his collection. Folded in sixths for mailing. Near fine.

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        Rheinsberg. Ein Bilderbuch für Verliebte. Mit Kupfern von Kurt Szafranski.

      Berlin, Axel Juncker o.J. (1921). - 101 S. 1 Bl. mit 2 radierten Vignetten u. 6 ganzseitigen Orig.-Radierungen von Szafranski, farbig illustrierter Orig.-Halblederband mit Kopfgoldschnitt. Eines von 750 (gesamt 1000) nummerierten und vom Autor und Illustrator signierten Exemplaren auf Velin.- Bonitz/Wirtz C 1.3.- "Das fünfzigste Tausend von 'Rheinsberg' wurde als einmaliger Sonderdruck bei der Firma Dietsch & Brückner in Weimar in der Unger-Fraktur gedruckt".- Einband fleckig, Kanten besonders an den lederverstärkten Ecken berieben bzw. beschabt. ***Für unsere Schweizer Kunden: Konto in der Schweiz vorhanden***

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        LETTERA AUTOGRAFA FIRMATA 3 pp. (mm. 180x112), datata: 2.II.21, su carta intestata “Senato del Regno”, di 49 righe. Confidenziale.

      1921. ?"Illustre amico,/ Ella mi domanda se avevo pensato al possibile relatore dei due disegni di legge sull?'Esame di Stato.. Le rispondo ora che gradirei come relatore l?'on. Cuomo, il quale mi si è mostrato disposto a sobbarcarsi a questa fatica./ Il Cuomo accetta il concetto informatore dei due disegni, facendo riserve su particolari. Ma su questi ci sarà sempre modo d?'intendersi. So che contro i due disegni vi sono, nella Commissione, molte prevenzioni. Ma, in verità, io non vedo per quale altra via si possa tentar il risanamento della scuola media italiana. Ciò che ho formulato in articoli di legge è nient?'altro che il risultato degli studi e delle proposte fatte in questi ultimi anni dai competenti... cordialmente suo?". Ben conservata.

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        The Practical Science of Billiards and It's "Pointer"

      Simpkin Marshall Hamilton Kent & Co Ltd, London UK, 1921, Hard Cover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No JacketSize: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall, Green cloth boards with gilt lettering to front and spine. Corners rubbed. Spine and rear board show evidence of historical water damage, binding firm, only internal evidence is to pastedowns and very small stain to free front endpaper. Clean lightly tanned pages. Fold out diagram present, intact. Previous owner details to free front endpaper. A solid copy of this scarce publication. ~sc00

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        La chiesa dei frati (Giovedì Santo).

      1921 - Pubblicata su vari libri fra cui segnaliamo quello di Scudiero Maurizio dal titolo "Carlo Cainelli: incisore e pittore". Pg. 67 scheda n. 43. Firma autografa dell’artista. Si vende in cornice. Formato: Acquaforte, firmato e monogrammato in lastra, in basso a destra, 385x316 mm in lastra (450x380 mm/foglio). Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.

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        THE RUSSIAN BALLET IN WESTERN EUROPE, 1909-1920

      New York/London: John Lane Co./John Lane the Bodley Head Ltd., 1921. Limited ed. Hardcover. Very Good. 10 x 13 in. 131 pp., plus section of plates. No. 78 of four-hundred-and-fifty copies sold in the United States. White cloth spine strip with gilt spine titles. Decorative paper boards. There are 63 mostly color plates, mounted on heavy gray paper in the rear section, with works by Bakst, Picasso, Derain and Matisse, among others, designs they did for the famous Ballet Russe. There are several other B&W plates and a frontis, with tissue guards. Condition is VERY GOOD ; corners worn with some board visible, covers very clean and fresh. Spine is moderately toned and the white cloth a bit marked/smudged. Front cover a bit loose, with a little cracking to the front inner hinge, where the paper is broken and the muslin visible, with a split at the top and bottom, but the three cloth strips holding nicely. The text is bright and unmarked, and the excellent plates are all very good, with no damage. A very rare book on the ballet. Dance. Rare. RGR.

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        THE BRIGHT MESSENGER

      LONDON: CASSELL & COMPANY LTD. NF/VG. PUB 1921. FIRST EDITION. "THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY NOVEL ON PSYCHOANALYSIS, ONE WHICH DWARFS THE SUBJECT." (HENRY MILLER-THE BOOKS IN MY LIFE) . BOOK'S SPINE IS VERY SLIGHTLY DARKENED WITH A TRACE OF WEAR AT THE CORNERS AND SPINE-ENDS. THE RARE D.J. IS LIGHTLY WORN AT THE CORNERS WITH SHALLOW CHIPPING TO THE ENDS OF THE SPINE AND A SHORT TEAR WITH LIGHT WEAR ALONG THE BOTTOM EDGE, AND SPINE A BIT DARKENED. AN EXCELLENT CLEAN AND TIGHT COPY WITH A CLEAN AND COMPLETE DUST JACKET. .

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        LES AMANTS D 'ANNECY. Anne d 'Este et Jacques de Nemours

      PLON - Nourrit Dardel, Paris . Chambéry 1921 - illustré avec six portrits et en frontispice , la reproduction d'un dessin d 'André Jacques .- 100 pp. Demi maroquin bleu à coins . Dos à nerfs . Tête dorée . La belle couverture illustrée est conservée . Dos légèrement passé ( KIEFFER ) Très bel exemplaire. Size: In 8vo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Hand der Jezerte. Ein Märchen.

      München, Drei Masken. 1921 - Steinzeichnungen von Josef Franz Huber. 8°. 3 Bll., 26 S., 7 eingeb. Orig.-Litho. 4 Bll. Rotes Orig.-Gldr. Grüne, verg. Deckel- und Rückenvignetten. Blindgepr. Stehkantenfileten, verg. Innenkantenfileten. Kopfgoldschn., sonst unbeschn. 1 von 50 römisch nummerierten Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe. Zweiter Obelisk-Druck. Minimalst berieben (kaum sichtbar), sonst sehr gut erhalten. Unbeschnitten.

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        KINDER ZHURNAL [BROKEN RUN, 279 LOOSE ISSUES; VOLUMES I - LXI]

      New York; Farlag Matones. 1921-1981. Journal. Original Wraps. 4to. [approx. 18 pages per issue]. 29 cm. Broken run of Kinder Zhurnal, volumes I ?- LXI. 279 loose issues. Begins with Vol. 1, nr 11 (March 1921) ends with Vol. 61, nr. 1 (Fall 1981) . Publication began with 10 issues per year (1920-1945; I-XXVI; except July or August) , then eight issues per year (1946-1951; XXVII-XXXI; except June through September) , then six times a year (1951-1967; XXXII-XLVII) , five times a year (IL-(LIV? ) , 1968-(1973? ) ) , four times a year (LV-LXI, 1974-1981) . Volumes until 1951 (I-XXXI) carries between years. Volume XLIV inexplicably carries over two years; volume XLVIII skipped entirely (number not used) . Included in the broken run: I, 11, 1921; II, 1, 3-4, 6, 7, 1921; IV, 10, 1924; VI, 3, 9, 1925; VII, 7, 8, 1927; VIII, 1-6, 9, 1927; IX, 4-10, 1928; X, 1-10, 1929; XI, 2-10, 1930; XII, 1-7, 10, 1931; XIII, 2-10, 1932; XIV, 1-9, 1933; XV, 1-10, 1934; XVI, 2-10, 1935; XVII, 1-4, 6-9, 1936; XVIII, 3-10, 1937; XIX, 2-5, 7-10, 1938; XX, 1-2, 4-10, 1939; XXI, 4, 7, 10, 1940; XXIII, 10, 1943; XXIV, 1-10, 1943; XXV, 1-9, 1944; XXVI, 1-10, 1945; XXVII, 1-9, 1946; XXVIII, 1-8, 1947; XXIX, 1-8, 1948; XXX, 1-8, 1949; XXXI, 4, 5, 8 1950; XXXII 3-5, 1951; XXXIII, 2, 5-6, 1952; XXXIV, 1, 3-6, 1953; XXXV, 1-3, 5-6, 1954; XXXVI, 2, 5, 6, 1955; XXXVII, 1-2, 4-6, 1956; XXXVIII, 1-5, 1957; XXXIX, 1, 3-6, 1958; XL, 3, 5, 1959; XLI, 1, 3, 5-6, 1960; XLII, 5-6, 1961; XLIII, 2, 6, 1962; XLIV, 4, 5, 6, (1963) , 7, 10, 12, (1964) ; XLV, 1, 3-6, 1965; XLVI, 2-7, 1966; XLVII, 1, 3-6, 1967; IL, 1-4, 1968; L, 1-5, 1969; LI, 1-4, 1970; LII, 1-2, 1971; LV, 2, 4, 1974; LVI, 2-4, 1975; LVII, 1-2, 1976; LIX, 2-3, 1979; LXI, 1, 1980. Ten volumes are complete runs: X, XV, XXIV, XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX, XXX, L. Completely absent are volumes III (1922) , V (1923) , XXII (1942) , LIII (1972) , LIV (1973) , LVIII (1977-1978) , LX (1980) . A complete run would be approximately 450 issues; we have 279 issues available in this broken set. Wrappers in various colors, almost always with beautiful period front cover illustrations. "Kinder zhurnal and Farlag Matones were both founded by the Sholem Aleichem Folk Institute, an organization established in New York in 1918 to coordinate a secular Yiddish school system. Kinder zhurnal, a children's magazine, was in existence from 1920 to 1981. Its first editor, Shmuel Niger, served from 1922 to 1948. The magazine published works by writers such as Mani Leib, Aleph Katz, Jacob Glatstein, Kadia Molodowsky. " - Guide to the Yivo Archives. Subjects: Children's literature, Yiddish - Periodicals. Kinder Zhurnal ?- Kinder Journal ?- Kinder Zshurnal ?- Sholem Aleichem Folks Shuln. Sholem Aleichem Folk Institute (New York, N. Y. ) . Yiddish periodicals - New York (State) - New York. Jews - Education - New York (State) . Most libraries which have any issues at all appear to have limited runs, oftentimes only a year or two. Scarce in large run, even with holes. A few issues missing wraps; some issues lightly soiled, folded, and contain an address stamp on rear; overall very clean and fresh, not aged, and well kept. Very good condition. (YID-22-51) .

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        Mitsou

      Mitsou. Quarante images par Baltusz. Préface de Rainer Maria Rilke. Erlenbach-Zurich & Leipzig, Rotapfel-Verlag 1921. 194x245 mm, 13 p., 40 h., 40 ilustraciones, rústica.  A los 10 años, Balthus narró en 40 dibujos la historia de un niño (él mismo) que encuentra a un gato, lo adopta, pasea, juega y duerme con él, y finalmente lo pierde y llora desconsoladamente. Rilke, compañero sentimental de la madre del joven Balthazar Klossowski de Rola, se emocionó tanto con los dibujos que los hizo publicar bajo el título de Mitsou, Histoire d?un chat, para el que escribió un prefacio en el que desarrollaba la historia narrada en los dibujos, con reflexiones acerca de la pérdida, la frustración, la dificultad para aprehender, dictar, controlar, poseer otras vidas; en definitiva, que sólo se posee algo cuando se renuncia a ello. Independientemente del encanto intrínseco que tiene la obra, es a la vez una clave para la comprensión de la enigmática personalidad de Balthus, que durante toda su vida se identificó con los gatos (véase su autorretrato de 1935, El rey de los gatos). Ejemplar muy bien conservado de un libro frágil que suele encontrarse bastante ajado.

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        The Palace of Minos at Knossos

      Macmillan, 1921 Book. Good. Hardcover. Six volumes, blue cloth with gilt. Volume I (1921) The Neolithic and Early Middle Minoan Ages, with 542 figures in the text, plans, tables, coloured and supplementary plates. Volume II, Part I (1928) Fresh Lights on Origins & external relations...223 figures, plans, coloured & supplementary plates. Volume II Part II (1928) Town-houses in Knossos...figures etc plus plans of the palace in pocket at back. Volume III (1930) The great transitional age...367 figures, 13 coloured & 11 supplementary plates, perspective drawing in pocket at back. Volume IV Part I (1935) Emergence of outer western enciente...figures, coloured plates, etc. Volume IV Part II (1935) Camp-stool frescoe etc...figures, coloured pates, etc. Some foxing, some fading on some covers, overall quite nice..

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        An Extraordinary Manuscript Archive Relating to his Magazine Series "Red's in the Women's Colleges"

      1921. A remarkable manuscript of nearly 100 pages written while Coolidge was Vice-President, which also includes 15 Signed letters and notes, along with an Inscribed photo. This three-part anti-Communist series appeared in The Delineator magazine in the summer of 1921. The components of the archive are in excellent condition, and housed in a custom quarter-morocco slipcase. A significant archive containing over 100 pages of manuscript by a future president of the United States on a controversial subject. A detail list is available upon request. .

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        Humoristisches ABC. [RARE]

      Kinderbücher-Verlag Wernigerode [1921], Leipzig - Quarto. [28]pp. Original quarter cloth over illustrated paper covered boards. Title-page in red and black lettering. Scarce German ABC book beautifully illustrated with 26 color drawings, each one of them being a rhyming introduction to a specific letter of the alphabet. Some of the illustrations depicted in this work portray an acrobat, a ballerina, a clown, and an elephant. The letter Z page has the printed signature of illustrator von Trost-Regnard and is dated 1921. OCLC and KVK indicate only two copies owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin and the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Some age-wear on binding with covers and spine partly stained and age-toned. Head of spine slightly chipped. Corners rubbed. Minor creasing and sporadic foxing on outer margin of pages (not affecting illustrations). Text in German, gothic script. Binding in overall fair to good, interior in good to very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        POEMS.

      Egoist Press,, London: 1921 - Offered with Tavistock Books #40573, an inscribed first edition, in dust jacket, of Moore's OBSERVATIONS. Price is for both volumes. Age toning & some wear to wrappers, which are separated along spine. Otherwise, a VG unique copy of this author's first book. Decorated paper wrapper over white paper covers, with printed paper title label to outer front wrapper. 8vo. 8-7/16" x 5-9/16". 1st edition (Abbott A1). INSCRIBED PRESENTATION copy, with author emendations througout, and an original 9 stanza holograph poem written on p. 25 [so numbered by the author]. ii, 23, [3] pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Aber die Liebe. Zwei Folgen Gedichte. Mit 32 Original-Radierungen von Willi Jaeckel.

      Berlin bei Erich Steinthal 1921.. 4° (31 x 23 cm). Blaues Originalganzlederband. Handeinband auf sieben Bünden, sign. Bruno Scheer, Berlin. Goldgeprägter Rückentitel und etwas Rückenvergoldung, Kopfgoldschnitt. Kapitale, Bünde und Ecken etwas ab- bzw. das Blau weggerieben. Trotzdem schönes Exemplar. 143 (5) Seiten mit 32 Original-Radierungen von Willi Jaeckel davon 17 (inklusive Vortitel, Titel und Portrait) ganzseitig und signiert. Vorliegend Nr. 35 von 40 Exemplaren auf Japanpergament mit einem Zustand der Radierungen vor der Schrift. Gedruckt bei Otto von Holten in Berlin. Exlibris auf Innendeckel, weder Name noch Stempel. Schönes Exemplar.. #M13860

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        Krämerspiegel. Zwölf Gesänge von Alfred Kerr für eine Singstimme mit Klavierbegleitung. Op. 66.

      Berlin, P. Cassirer, 1921.. 48 Blatt Notendruck. Mit lithographischem Titel und 12 Original-Lithographien von Michael Fingesten sowie 1 Handschriften-Faksimile. Folio 44 x 34 cm. Dunkelroter-Leder-Handeinband mit Rückentitel.. Nr. 1 von 30 (GA 120) Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe auf Kaiserlich Japan, von Fingesten und Strauss im Druckvermerk signiert. Handpressendruck von W.M. Lassaly, Typographie von E.R. Weiß. 1 von 30 Exemplaren auf Japanpapier, hier die Nummer 1. Die berühmte Satire des Kritikers Alfred Kerr auf die Musikverleger und ihre Praktiken gegenüber den Komponisten. Richard Strauss wollte, erfolglos, sein Vertragsverhältnis mit dem Musikverlag Bote & Bock lösen. Als Reaktion darauf komponierte er seinen 'Krämerspiegel', den der Verlag erst recht nicht verlegen wollte. Auf Grund einer gerichtlichen Verfügung durfte es nicht aufgeführt werden. Kerr ließ jedoch im Hotel Kaiserhof eine Privatvorstellung mit geladenen Gästen stattfinden. Einband nur leicht berieben, Vereinzelt minimal fleckig, sonst schönes Exemplar.

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        Der Prozeß Talaat Pascha. Stenographischer Bericht über die Verhandlung gegen den des Mordes an Talaat Pascha angeklagten armen Studenten Salomon Teilirian vor dem Schwurgericht des Landgerichts III zu Berlin, Aktenzeichen: C. J. 22/21, am 2. u. 3. Juni 1921. Mit einem Vorw. von Armin T. Wagner und einem Anhang. Die stenographische Aufnahme erfolgte durch Georg Elgard unt. Mitw. [von] Ludwig Becker. Reg. R. Dr. Müller, Mitgl. d. stenogr. Landesamtes Braunschweig.

      Berlin: Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft f. Politik u. Geschichte 1921.. 1.-5. Tsd. XI, 136 S. OBrosch. 24x16 cm.. - KEIN REPRINT! -- unbeschnittenes Exemplar, Ebd. fleckig, Buchrücken beschädigt, S. papierbedingt gebräunt, Klammerung gerostet, Bindung locker. -- Mehmed Talat, bekannt als Talat Bey oder Talat Pascha (* Juli 1872 in Kardschali/Provinz Edirne, heute in Bulgarien; 15. März 1921 in Berlin), war Innenminister und Großwesir des Osmanischen Reichs und Führer der Jungtürken. Talat ordnete als Innenminister am 24. April 1915 die Verhaftung armenischer Intellektueller in Istanbul an, was den Völkermord an der armenischen Bevölkerung im Osmanischen Reich einleitete. Talat entstammte kleinen Verhältnissen und repräsentierte eine soziale Aufsteigerschicht, die mit der Jungtürkischen Revolution von 1908 im Osmanischen Reich an die Macht gelangte. Talat Pascha war Freimaurer und als solcher erster Großmeister der Großloge der Freien und Angenommenen Maurer der Türkei. Er war pomakischer Muslim und entstammte einer Bektaschi-Familie. Talat Pascha lebte vom 10. November 1918 bis zu seinem gewaltsamen Tod unter dem Namen Ali Sai in Berlin. Ein deutsches U-Boot brachte Talat, Enver, Cemal Pascha, Doktor Nazim, Bahaettin S,akir und Cemal Azmi in der Nacht vom 2. auf den 3. November 1918 nach Odessa. Am 15. März 1921 erschoss Soghomon Tehlirian Talat Pascha in der Hardenbergstraße in der Nähe seiner Wohnung. Tehlirian war Mitglied des geheimen armenischen Kommandos Operation Nemesis, das die Täter des Genozids an den Armeniern verfolgte und tötete. Er wurde im folgenden Mord-Prozess vom Vorwurf eines Tötungsdeliktes freigesprochen. Talats sterbliche Überreste wurden am 25. Februar 1943 durch das Hitlerregime unter militärischen Ehrenbezeugungen von Berlin nach Istanbul überführt und dort am Abide-i Hürriyet, dem Denkmal der jungtürkischen Revolution von 1908, beigesetzt. [zit. nach Wikipedia]. --- Wir akzeptieren VISA und MASTERCARD. Credit cards accepted. ---

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        Peking - A Social Survey: Conducted Under the Auspices of the Princeton University Center in China and the Peking Young Men's Christian Association

      George H. Doran Company, New York, 1921, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Fair, First EditionSize: 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall, 538 pages. Index. Wonderful black and white photographic plates taken by the authors. Diagrams, maps, tables. The first social survey of an oriental city. "... Describes life in the capital of China in all the intricacy of an old and established routine of custom and habit not ordinarily touched by writers in the Orient. Geography, health, education, recreation, poverty and poor relief, prisons, commercial life and community service are all described in terms of accurate statistics and carefully prepared reports... In years to come this survey will serve as a basis from which to measure change and progress." - from dust jacket. Prior owner's signature and date at bottom of half-title page. Small vintage Japanese bookseller's label inside front board. Binding sound. Moderate wear to book. Above-average wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy of this important work.

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        ORIGINAL SELF PORTRAIT INK DRAWING,in. AN ONLOOKER IN FRANCE.1917 - 1919

      Williams and Norgate.London.,1921. FIRST EDITION.Large 8vo.(10.2 x 7.8 inches).Illustrated with 96 plates.Publishers original green cloth binding with gilt lettering and ruling to spine.Binding a bit rubbed and bumped but overall sound and the gilt still bright.This copy has a full page original ink self portrait of Orpen on the front blank endpaper,showing the artist painting the famous American Wall Street lawyer and art collector,Paul Cravath.----The drawing is inscribed by Orpen at the bottom of the page "My very dear Mr Cravath-It was a big job to tackle on those hot summer afternoons you must admit.All good wishes in 1922.-------(?) William Orpen".The drawing shows Cravath,a large man who stood 6ft 4inches,sat posing while a much smaller Orpen,the heat rising from his head and his sleeves rolled up,paints the portrait.------The book has the bookplate of the prolific author and traveller Cecil Roberts who has written a note on the blank verso of the frontis piece about Cravath and how he commissioned Orpen to paint his portrait,for a sum of ?5000 plus expenses.While staying with Cravath at his Regency Long Island home,where the portrait was painted,Orpen gave Cravath this book as a memento.After Cravath died (in 1940) the house,and presumably some of the contents, was bought by Baron Eugene de Rothschild (in 1942) and Roberts notes that he was often his guest there.He doesn't explain how the book came to be his.There is one more note from Roberts,under the portrait of Lord Riddell (plate XLIX) mentioning his being at a press dinner given for him in 1919.---------Aside from being third in charge,and legal advisor,of the American War Mission during the Interallied War Conference of 1917,the first American mission to a European council in history,Paul Cravath is mainly known for his "Cravath System" which transformed the way law firms work and is still in use today. The "Cravath system" included hiring new law school graduates,then training them within the firm as associates,and eventually inviting the best to become partners.Throughout the twentieth century most of the growth of the big law firms relied on this system of recruiting,internal training,and loyalty to the firm.-----A nice self portrait of the Artist at work,all the better for being within a copy of Orpen's fascinating war memoir.:

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        Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society. Volume 1 to Volume 69 (1921-2005)

      Oriental Ceramic Society, 1921-2005 - Quarto, 29(L)*22.3(W)*100(H)cm; wt:50kg. Volumes 42,43,69 are soft covers as issued, all the rest are hardbacks, some with dustjackets. Volumes 1—10, 11 and 17 are 1962 reprints, all the rest (Volumes 12-16, 18-69) are all first editions, first printings. Volumes published before 1980 are limited editions of 100 to 1,500 copies respectively. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Silhouettes / Poésies / Chansons

      printed by Imprimerie Lavigne for Edition de Mutilés et Combattantes, Tananarive (Antananarivo), Madagascar 1921 - AN EXTRAORDINARILY RARE AND INTERESTING MADAGASCAR IMPRINT. Three parts in one, complete. 100 pp. The first part, "Silhouettes", by Bernard-Marcel Peyrouton (pp. 3-50), provides biographies (and full-page lithographed portraits by Georges Taillandier) of twelve prominent French World War I veterans living in Madagascar. The second part, "Poésies", by Adolphe Thomas (pp. 51-75), comprises poems illustrated with full-page plates by Madame Léone Georges Lapidus. The third part, "Chansons" by Léon Truitard (pp. 77-100), offers numerous songs, some with bits in local language(s), eclectically illustrated by three artists. DELUXE EDITION LIMITED TO 24 COPIES, OF WHICH THIS IS ONE OF ONLY 12 PRINTED ON "PAPIER ANTAIMORONA" (the other 12 are on far more common French wove paper). This beautiful, rustic handmade paper, long held in high repute, is manufactured by the Antemoro (Antaimoro), on the Southeastern Coast of Madagascar. BOOKS PRINTED ON THIS PAPER ARE OF THE GREATEST RARITY. This is furthermore THE DEDICATION COPY, signed by Adolphe Thomas on the dedication page. It comes from the collection of Madame Lapidus, the dedicatee. 8vo. ENTIRELY UNCUT IN ORIGINAL PRINTED PARCHMENT WRAPPERS. Fine and bright, with no defects. Not in WorldCat or the Bibliothèque Nationale. An outstanding item, in pristine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg - Folge von 12 Originalradierungen: 1. Kirchenchor 2. Elschen und Stolzing in der Kirche 3. Die Singschule 4. Mondscheinscene und Beckmessers Ständchen 5. Elschen und Stolzing bei Hans Sachs 6. Nachtwächterlied 7. Tanz der Lehrjungen 8. Hans Sachs 9. Beckmessers Ständchen 10. Prügelscene 11. Das Preislied 12. Vereint. Alle numeriert, signiert und mit einer Remarque im Bildrand.

      München, Othmar Kern. 1921. - M8001Ueb Braune OriginalLeinwand - Flügelmappe mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel, 65 x 51 cm groß. 12 signierte numerierte Aquatinta-Radierungen (diese 36,5 x 24,5 cm), montiert unter Passespartout, lose in der Mappe. Das 6. Passpartout in dunklerem bräunlichen Papier. Vereinzelt Fingerflecken im Randbereich der Paspartoutsg. Diese gut erhalten, die Bilder einwandfrei erhalten, weder Name noch andere Einträge. Schönes Ex. Nummer 70 von 100 Exemplaren. 2200

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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, Half Leather, Book Condition: Fair+, First EditionSize: 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall, 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. 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.

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        The History of a Lie

      J.S. Ogilvie Publishing Company, New York, 1921, Hard Cover, Book Condition: Good, First EditionSize: 12mo - over 6?" - 7?" tall, 84 pages plus advertisement. "An authoritative and intensely interesting expose of one of the most dangerous literary forgeries, by which anti-Semitic propagandists have endeavored to injure and discredit the Jews throughout the world." - from clipping affixed inside back board. Usual library markings. Binding sound. A quality copy, Ex-Library

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        Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1921

      John Wisden & Co. 1921 - Fifty-eighth edition. Original hardback. Some minor wear to corners, small white stain to bottom of back cover. A very good copy.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack For 1921

      John Wisden and Co Ltd, London 1921 - Publisher's original hardback. Complete with yellow endpapers to front and rear. 523pp. With adverts to front and rear and photographic plate depicting Pelham Warner. Gilt to upper board very good. Bright gilt to spine. Binding tight. Hinges are very tight. A very nice copy. Fifty-Eighth Edition. Images available on request.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1921 - Hardback Wisden

      1921 - Hi, This lot is a 1921 Original Hardback Wisden in Very Good Condition, This Wisden is quite a hard year to find and a gap in many collections.The gilt to the front and spine is very bright, the boards are clean, but the front board to the top right has some wear and slight fading.The spine cloth is excellent as is the rear board.The hinges are both weak but not at the pastedowns, between pages 2&3 and 522&523.The first couple and last couple of pages are showing their age however the inside of the book is very presentable without restoration.Excellent photoplate.Small loss to page 520.Please see the large pictures.More available on request.Buy-it-now.

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        Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1921

      John Wisden & Co. Ltd. 1921 - Fifty-eighth edition. Original hardback. From the Sydney Pardon Memorial Library. Gilt on spine badly faded, hence only a good copy.

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        Die gebatikte Schusterpastete.

      . Bln., A.R.Meyer 1921, illustr.Or.-Umschl.20 S., Titelzeichn.(a.VUmschlag wiederh.) v.Rudolf Schlichter.1.Ausg.(Lyrische Flugblätter 88).Kayser/des C.14; Josch D 62,4.Heißerer C3.Innendeckel m.eigenh.Widmung d.Verf.("Kuttel Daddeldu") an den mit ihm befreundeten Münchner Autor Reinhard Koester.Band leicht fleckig bzw.berieben, Papier etw.gebräunt..

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        Jahrbuch der jungen Kunst.

      Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann 1921. Richly illustr. and with 6 orig. woodcuts and lithographs. XI + 356 pp. Publisher's pictorial boards with clothspine. Binding marked of use, internally clean with no foxing, inner hinge loose.. Second of five annual almanacs published 1920-24. Original contributions: 2 lithographs by George Grosz and Franz Heckendorf and 4 woodcuts by Heinrich Campendonk, Ewald Mataré, Joseph Achmann and Eberhard Viegener

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        Teenie Weenie Man's Mother Goose

      Chicago: Reilly & Lee (1921). Green cloth with full color pictorial pastedown, light rubbing to extremities, "belongs to" filled in last name whited-out, a few very minor edge tears. An extensive collection of Mother Goose rhymes, 700, in fact. Illustrated with comical b&w textual art as well as 12 vivid color plates by the creator of the Teenie Weenies. Very scarce and a fabulous copy.. Early Edition. Pictorial Cover. Very Good +. Illus. by William Donahey. 4to.

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        Le Monde Social des Fourmis.

      Genève, Librairie Kundig, 1921-23. 5 volumes (bound in 2). 8vo. pp. viii, 192; iii, 184; vii, 227; vii, 172; vi, 173, with 8 chromolithographed plates, many figures and drawings. Brown quarter morocco, gilt lettered spines. First edition of this important work on the behaviour of insects. Auguste Henri Forel (1848-1931) having become engrossed in the psychology of ants, contributed greatly to the study of their social instincts. Forel was the first to describe the phenomena of parabiosis and lestobiosis in ants. Having gathered a considerable collection of hymenoptera he described the various species, finding more than 3,500 new ones. "C'est vraiment la première fois qu'un ouvrage est consacré aux fourmis en rejetant les légendes pour ne retenir la vérité sur ces insectes passionnants" (Lhoste p. 151).

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        A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM BLAKE.

      New York, Grolier Club, 1921.LIMITED EDITION OF 250 COPIES 1921, PRINTED ON SPECIAL PAPER BY THE CHISWICK PRESS. Thick large 4to, approximately 285 x 230 mm, 11 x 9 inches, 4 colour plates with tissue guards including the frontispiece "The Glad Day", 40 plates in monochrome and 12 reproductions in the text, mostly of title pages, title page printed in blue and black with small engraved vignette after Blake, pages: xvi, 516 including index and errata, plus last page with printer's device in red, original publisher's quarter blue morocco, gilt lettering to spine, contrasting blue buckram covers, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Slight rubbing to spine, lower corners of upper cover slightly bumped, tiny abrasion to the bottom of lower cover, otherwise a very good copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Etat-civil

      Nrf 1921 - - Nrf, Paris 1921, 13x19cm, broché. - Edition originale sur papier courant. Envoi autographe signé au crayon de l'auteur à l'écrivain José Germain. Dos insolé et légers manques marginaux au premier plat de couverture. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        American Indian Stories

      Washington: Hayworth Publishing House. 1921. First Edition, signed by the author on the half-title in purple ink, "Zitkala-Sa / (Gertrude Bonnin)". 8vo; 195 pp; tan cloth stamped in red and black in Indian design with author and title in black on front and spine. Lower tips rubbed, spine soiled, about very good. This double signature - Native American and European names - is unusual. Zitkala-Sa [Gertrude Simmons Bonnin] (1876-1938), Indian author and reformer, was born in South Dakota on a reservation. As a child she was educated at a Quaker missionary school in Indiana, and during this time, she grew estranged from her family and from Sioux traditions. She became painfully aware of the tension between tradition and acculturation and of the great lack of understanding people had about Native American cultures. In response, she adopted the named Zitkala-Sa (Red Bird) and began writing about her experiences. Her realizations as a young woman about the difficulties of being part Native American led her to lifelong work in political reform and cultural education. As a political activist, Bonnin worked with and founded several organizations focused on Native American rights. She served as secretary of the first Indian reform organization managed by Indians, the Society of American Indians. She was also the editor of the society's magazine, the American Indian Magazine from 1918 to 1919. After the dissolution of the organization, she founded the National Council of American Indians and was president of the organization until her death in 1938. She also worked through the General Federation of Women's Clubs, helping establish the Indian Welfare Committee in 1921. She and her husband, Raymond Bonnin, lobbied the Congress and the Bureau of Indian Affairs on behalf of the Sioux and the Utes. Bonnin, a talented orator since her youth, also lectured on Sioux culture and the need for reform, appearing in traditional costume. Although she devoted much of her energy to lobbying and political activity, Bonnin also worked toward her goals of education and reform through writing. As a young woman, wrote several autobiographical essays and traditional Indian tales, and these were published in magazines such as Atlantic Monthly and Harper's Monthly. In 1901 she published her first book, Old Indian Legends. After resigning from her postion as editor of American Indian Magazine, Bonnin spent more time lobbying than writing. However, she did not abandon printed word as a tool for reform. American Indian Stories is one of the few literary works she published after working for the American Indian Magazine. The book features reprints of her earlier stories and essays published in Harper's and Atlantic Monthly.Most of her published writings were essays and poetry printed in magazines. NAW I, pp. 198-200, Bloom Native American Women Writers, and Littlefield and Parins A Biobibliography of Native American Writers, 1772-1924. See an Image.

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        Sommervögel : [Märchen]

      H. Schaffstein, Köln a. Rh. 1921 - 6.-11. Tsd., 52 S. : mit farb. Abb. ; 26 x 34,5 cm, Quer-4°, Orig.-Halbleinen. 17 Farblithographien (inkl. Titelblatt mit "Meinem Freund Albert Welti zugeeignet") und 11 Bl. mit Text, illustriertes Vorsatzpapier in grau, grün und weiß, Schmetterlinge auf einer Wiese bei Nacht zeigend mit der Mondsichel und Sternen am Himmel. Obere Ecke knickspurig, Einband wasserfleckig am unteren Rand und vom oberen Rand bis in die Deckellithographie hineinragend. Einband teilweise vom Buchblock gelöst, dieser selbst einmal gebrochen (zwei Teile), Klammerrostung. Seiten sehr schön sauber und wohlerhalten. Neben den "Blumenmärchen" wohl das bekannteste Bilderbuch Kreidolfs, das bei Doderer und Müller als das "aufschlußreichste Bilderbuch des Jugendstils" bezeichnet wird. Erstmals 1908 erschienen, zeigte der Schweizer Maler Kreidolf personifizierte Käfer, Tag- und Nachtfalter, wie sie typisch sind für den Jugendstil.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Wolter]
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