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        LETTERA AUTOGRAFA FIRMATA 2 pp., (mm. 134x215), datata (dal timbro postale) Gunsbach 4.5.1922, diretta a "Monsieur M.G.W. Sharo" ad Huddersfield, di 17 righe; in busta con indirizzo.

      (1922).. Bella lettera. Ha ricevuto dal corrispondente una missiva piena di humour e ne è lieto. "Votre bonne hemeur m'a fait du bien dans ma fatigue..". Ed anche Schweitzer vuol far sfoggio del suo spirito "En vous écrivant j'emploierai toujours autant que possible des verbes irréguliers, pourque vous me compreniez plus facilement. Moi aussi j'aime beaucoup l'humour, car en Afrique que deviendrais-je sans cela.. Mais quand je serai obligé, seul en Afrique, d'etre en meme temps médecin et constructeur de mon Hopital, que les termites ont mangé, alors peut etre quelque fois mon humour faiblera. Je compte alors sur vous..". Ben conservata.

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        The Forsyte Saga

      London: William Heinemann. 1922. First. First complete edition, first state. Dedication leaf, and chart folding to the right. Armorial bookplate on the front pastedown, small tears at the edges of the fold-out genealogical chart, and small stain to interior page with some offsetting, else near fine in very good dustwrapper with shallow chipping at the crown and professional strengthening at the internal folds. Embossed "Presentation Copy" stamp on the title-page. .

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        Den hollandske Udstilling i Köbenhavn 1922.

      . Farvelitograferet plakat. Kbhvn.: Chr. Cato 1922. 85 x 61 cm. Överste venstre hjörne let beskadiget. * Med hollandsk traeskopige, vindmöller og tulipaner..

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        Les Sculptures Chames au Musée du Tourane

      Paris & Brussels, Librarie Nationale d'Art et d'Histoire, , 1922. Folio. Near contemporary sheep-backed patterned paper boards, wraps bound in. Map frontispiece and 30 photogravure plates. Light browning, spine scuffed and splitting at the head, boards spotted, but overall very good. First Edition. Volume IV in the "Ars Asiatica" series published under the aegis of L'École Française d'Extrème-Orient. A trained architect and one of the founding fathers of the EFEO school of archaeology, Parmentier's work on Cham culture and later at Angkor were key in the interpretation of the early civilizations of Indochina.

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        Logisch-philosophische abhandlung.Leipzig: Verlag Unesma, 1921.

      Exceedingly rare first edition, and a remarkably fine copy, of the book later published as the <i>Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus</i> (1922) - arguably the most important philosophical work of the twentieth century, and the only book by Wittgenstein published in his lifetime. "The <i>Tractatus</i> is a comprehensive work of extreme originality" (<i>Encyclopedia of Philosophy</i>, Vol. 8, p. 329). Only two copies have appeared at auction since 1975.<br/><br/> Following engineering studies at Linz, Berlin and Manchester, "Wittgenstein's interest began to shift to pure mathematics and then to the philosophical foundations of mathematics. He chanced upon Bertrand Russell's <i>Principles of Mathematics</i> and was greatly excited by it. He decided to give up engineering and to study with Russell at Cambridge. At the beginning of 1912 he was admitted to Trinity College, where he remained for the three terms of 1912 and the first two terms of 1913. Under Russell's supervision he applied himself intensively to logical studies and made astonishing progress. Soon he was engaged in the research that culminated in the logical ideas of the <i>Tractatus</i> (<i>ibid</i>., p. 327). <br/><br/> "When war broke out Wittgenstein entered the Austrian army as a volunteer ... During these years he continued to work at his book, writing down his philosophical thoughts in notebooks that he carried with him in his rucksack. He completed the book in August 1918" (<i>ibid</i>., p. 328). "Upon the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian army in November 1918, he was taken prisoner by the Italians. It was not until August of the following year that he could return to Austria. During the major part of his captivity, he was in a prison camp near Monte Cassino in south Italy. When Wittgenstein was captured he had in his rucksack the manuscript of his <i>Logisch-philosophische Abhandlung</i> ... While still in captivity he got in touch with Russell by letter and was able to send the manuscript to him, thanks to the aid of one of his friends of the Cambridge years, Keynes. He also sent Frege a copy' (G.H. von Wright, 'Ludwig Wittgenstein, A Biographical Sketch', <i>The Philosophical Review</i>, Vol. 64, No. 4, pp. 527-545). <br/><br/> After his return to Vienna, in August 1919, Wittgenstein immediately started trying to find a publisher, but his attempts were repeatedly frustrated until Russell offered to write an introduction to the work as an incentive to reassure publishers wary of the work's potential profitability. The following May "Wittgenstein wrote to Russell that the introduction contained much misunderstanding. In 1921 Russell persuaded the editor C.K. Ogden to publish an English translation in the Kegan Paul series <i>The International Library of Psychology, Philosophy and Scientific Method</i>; in tandem with Russell, his friend Dorothy Wrinch was independently searching for a publisher. Following a rejection from the Cambridge University Press, she contacted three German journals, including Wilhelm Ostwald's <i>Annalen der Naturphilosophie</i>. The only acceptance she received was from Ostwald, who replied to Wrinch that he would publish the work because of Russell's introduction (which appears in German on pp. 186-198 of the present copy); as Ostwald wrote to Wrinch, 'in any other case I should have declined to accept the article' (R. Monk, <i>Ludwig Wittgenstein, the Duty of Genius</i> (1990), p. 203). <br/><br/> Wittgenstein (who never saw proofs of the work) evidently foresaw problems prior to publication, as his letter to Russell of 28 November 1921 makes clear: 'Wenn auch Ostwald ein Erzscharlatan ist! Wenn er es nur nicht verstummelt! Liest Du die korrekturen? Dann bitte sei so lieb und gib acht, dass er es genau so druckt, wie es bei mir steht. Ich traue dem Ostwald zu, dass er die Arbeit nach seinem Geschmack, etwa nach seiner blodsinnigen Orthographie, verandert' (B. McGuiness & G.H. von Wright (eds.), <i>Ludwig Wittgenstein: Cambridge Letters</i> (1996), p. 172). When the book finally appeared, his fears were fully justified. The text that appeared in <i>Annalen der Naturphilosophie</i> was riddled with errors; Wittgenstein had used the symbols available on a normal typewriter in place of those employed in Russellian logic, and Ostwald had simply them set as type - rather than substituting the correct symbols - and Russell 'evidently had little time to read the proofs carefully, and in any case the book had already gone to print before he had received them' (Monk, <i>op. cit</i>., p. 204). Wittgenstein was infuriated by the crassness of the errors introduced by Ostwald, exclaiming in a letter to Paul Engelmann that 'Diesen Druck betrachte ich aber als Raubdruck, er ist voller Fehler' (B.F. McGuiness, T. Nyberg & G.H. von Wright (eds.), <i>Prototractatus</i> (1971), p. 28). <br/><br/> Ostwald did not send Wittgenstein any copies of the work when it was published, and when Wittgenstein heard from Russell that the issue of the journal was in print he had to resort to asking Ludwig Hansel to search the bookshops of Vienna for a copy. The search was unsuccessful, and Wittgenstein did not see a copy until C.K. Ogden sent him one in April 1922. <br/><br/> "Ostwald had published it under Wittgenstein's German title ... Russell had suggested 'Philosophical Logic' as an alternative, while G.E. Moore - in a conscious echo of Spinoza's <i>Tractatus Theologico-Politicus</i> - had put forward "Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus" as "obvious and ideal". It was not, of course, a title that would reassure the public of the book's accessibility ... The matter was settled by Wittgenstein: "I think the Latin one is better than the present title", he told Ogden" (Monk, <i>op. cit</i>., p. 206). <br/><br/> One interesting aspect of the present volume is the appearance of the truth-tables on pp. 224 and 225; 'the truth-table is Wittgenstein's only formal device to have found its way into logic books' (H.-J. Glock, <i>A Wittgenstein Dictionary</i> (1996), p. 68), and this is the first use of them by Wittgenstein in print. <br/><br/> For a sketch of the contents of the work see <i>Encyclopedia of Philosophy</i>, Vol. 8, pp. 329-334.. In: Annalen der Naturphilosophie, XIV Band, 3/4 Heft. 8vo, pp. [185]-308, [4], woodcut diagrams and letterpress truth-tables. Original orange printed wrappers, almost completely unopened, virtually pristine, housed in a protective cloth folder

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        Om Atomernes Bygning.

      . Foredrag holdt i Stockholm d. 11. December 1922 i Anledning af Forfatterens Modtagelse af Nobelprisen for Fysik for Aaret 1922. Kbhvn. 1923. Illustr. 44 + [4] s. Ubeskaret i det orig. omslag. * Reprint from "Fysisk Tidskrift". DSB II,239. Roller & Goodman 14123..

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        Les Trois Mousquetaires.

      . Oeuvres. 2 vols. Paris: L. Conard 1922. Illustr. by Fred-Money, engraved in wood by Victor Dutertre. IV + 482; 476 pp. Bound uncut with orig. wrappers and top edge gilt in nice contemporary halfleather. Spines a little faded..

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        Zerstreuung von Röntgenstrahlen und Quantentheorie.Leipzig: S. Hirzel, 1923.

      First printing of Debye's independent, and virtually simultaneous, explanation of the 'Compton effect,' the proof of the existence of quanta of electromagnetic radiation, later called photons. "This discovery 'created a sensation among the physicists of the time.' There were the inevitable controversies surrounding a discovery of such major proportions. Nevertheless, the photon idea was rapidly accepted. Sommerfeld incorporated the Compton effect in his new edition of <i>Atombau und Spektrallinien</i> with the comment, 'It is probably the most important discovery which could have been made in the current state of physics'" (Pais, <i>Subtle is the Lord</i>, p. 414). Rare in unrestored original printed wrappers.<br/><br/> Arthur Holly Compton's research on X-rays had been supported by one of the first National Research Council Fellowships, and in October 1922 he published in the Council's <i>Bulletin</i> an account of his experiments. Toward the end of his paper, Compton entertains the idea of light quanta, but then dismisses it, writing: "The experiments described above, showing that the wave-length of the scattered X-ray is greater than that of the incident X-ray, present, however, a serious difficulty to this conclusion. This change in wavelength was found to receive quantitative explanation on the view that the radiation was received and emitted by each scattering electron in discrete quanta. No alternative explanation has as yet suggested itself. Nevertheless, the cogency of the argument based on interference phenomena is so great that it seems to me questionable whether the quantum interpretation is the correct one." <br/><br/> Peter Debye (1884-1966) worked first at Göttingen and later at the Swiss Federal Technical Institute in Zurich, where he created an influential centre for X-ray research which attracted students from all over the world. Together with his collaborator P. Scherrer, Debye demonstrated the enormous potential of X-rays in the determination of crystal structure and in the study of the arrangement of electrons in atoms. Early in 1923 Debye became interested in collisions between X-rays and electrons. "Peter Debye read Compton's report to the National Research Council... Debye had already considered the possibility of a change in frequency, but had never published it. He might not have thought that the experiment was worth the trouble because it would only prove what everybody, except Einstein, already thought: light quanta do not exist. But after he read Compton's paper, Debye knew what the data meant. In March, while Compton's paper was undergoing a leisurely preparation for publication, Debye's paper arrived at the office of <i>Physikalische Zeitschrift</i> ... In April, still a month before Compton's article appeared, Debye's article was published" (Bolles, <i>Einstein Defiant: Genius Versus Genius in the Quantum Revolution</i>).<br/><br/> Compton first reported his discovery on December 1 or 2, 1922, at a meeting of the American Physical Society in Chicago. The minutes of this meeting were published in <i>Physical Review</i>, Vol. 22, No. 2, February 1923 (p. 195), and this constitutes the first, albeit brief, published announcement of Compton's discovery. Compton submitted his detailed paper to the <i>Physical Review</i> on December 13, 1922, where it was published in May 1923, while Debye submitted his paper to the <i>Physikalische Zeitschrift</i> on March 14, 1923, where it was published on April 15, 1923, that is, one month <i>before</i> Compton's paper was published in the <i>Physical Review</i>. Fortunately for Compton, Arnold Sommerfeld was just then a visiting professor at the University of Wisconsin, and when he returned home to Munich he spread the word that Compton had priority in both theory and experiment. Debye himself later insisted that it should be called the Compton effect, and not the Compton-Debye effect, because, he said, the person who did most of the work should get the name. <br/><br/> Debye was awarded the 1936 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.. Pp. 161-166 in Physikalische Zeitschrift, 24. Jahrgang, No. 8, 15 April 1923. The entire issue offered here. 4to (272 x 200 mm), pp. vi, 161-184, vii-viii. Original printed wrappers, in virtually mint condition, and including a contemporary cheque for 3000 Marks made out to the publishers, presumably in payment for the book

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        The quantum theory of radiation.London: Taylor & Francis, 1924.

      First edition of this celebrated paper. Its idea of modeling atomic behaviour under incident electromagnetic radiation using 'virtual oscillators' led Born and Heisenberg to explore mathematics that strongly inspired the subsequent development of matrix mechanics. The most striking feature of this remarkable paper, "The Quantum Theory of Radiation," was the renunciation of the classical form of causality in favor of a purely statistical description. Even the distribution of energy and momentum between the radiation field and the "virtual oscillators" constituting the atomic systems was assumed to be statistical, the conservation laws being fulfilled only on the average" (DSB). Rare in original printed wrappers.<br/><br/> Following the discovery of the Compton effect late in 1922, many physicists had tried to account for the frequency shift of the scattered X-rays observed by Compton. Some found it difficult to accept Compton's explanation in terms of light quanta (photons) with definite energy and momenta. Bohr, in particular, could not accept the existence of photons, writing in his Nobel lecture in December 1922, "In spite of its heuristic value,... the hypothesis of light-quanta, which is quite irreconcilable with so-called interference phenomena, is not able to throw light on the nature of radiation." When the young American physicist John Slater arrived in Copenhagen just before Christmas 1923, and explained his new ideas on radiation theory, Bohr saw a way to explain the Compton effect without invoking light quanta. <br/><br/> "BKS begin by recalling that 'the exchange of energy and momentum between matter and radiation claims essentially discontinuous features. These have even [...] led to the introduction of light-quanta...' They abandon light-quanta in their own paper, replacing this concept by a new one 'due to Slater ... the atom, even before the process of transition between stationary states takes place is capable of communicating with distant atoms through a virtual radiation field', a field distinct from the conventional, real radiation field. This virtual field, carried by the atom in a given stationary state, was supposed to know and carry all the possible transition frequencies to lower states, one might say, to release one of these frequencies. Emission of light in an atomic transition is, BKS posited, not spontaneous but rather induced by the virtual fields 'by probability laws analogous to those which in Einstein's theory hold for induced transitions'. Accordingly, 'the atom is under no necessity of knowing what transition it is going to make ahead of time'. <br/><br/> "Does communication with a distant atom, the receipt of a light signal emitted by another atom 'even before transition takes place' not violate causality? It does. 'We abandon any attempt at a causal connection between the transition in distant atoms, and especially a direct application of the principles of conservation of energy and momentum, so characteristic of classical theories ... Not only conservation of energy ... but also conservation of momentum [reduce to] a statistical law.' Regarding Compton's results, BKS noted, correctly, that so far his experiments had only confirmed energy-momentum conservation <i>averaged</i> over many individual processes, which was not in conflict with their statistical viewpoint" (Pais, <i>Niels Bohr's Times</i>, pp. 236-7). <br/><br/> Einstein and Pauli both reacted negatively to the BKS proposal, and "the paper was hardly in print before A. H. Compton and A. W. Simon had established by direct experiment the strict conservation of energy and momentum in an individual process of interaction between atom and radiation. Nevertheless, this short-lived attempt exerted a profound influence on the course of events; what remained after its failure was the conviction that the classical mode of description of the atomic processes had to be entirely relinquished" (DSB II, p. 247). <br/><br/> The BKS paper was printed simultaneously in German as 'Über die Quantentheorie der Strahlung' in <i>Zeitschrift für Physik</i>, Bd. 24 (1924), pp. 69-87.. Pp. 785-802 in Philosophical Magazine, Sixth Series, Vol. 47, No. 281, May 1924. 8vo (221 x 145 mm), pp. [ii], 785-1056, with two plates (numbered VI and VII). Original printed wrappers, some chipping and wear to capitals and corners

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      London: The Egoist Press, 1922. Original green cloth with cover title in blind, gilt title to spine. Contains the bookplate of John Quinn, an American lawyer and collector who was a patron of many literary figures including W.B. Yeats, Ezra Pound, and James Joyce. It was Quinn who purchased the manuscript of "Ulysses" from Joyce, and also successfully defended it against obscenity charges. The bookplate was designed for Quinn by Jack Butler Yeats. Also, very neatly in ink in the top corner of the front fly: "Philip Merivale / 28th April 1924 / New York City." Merivale (1886-1946) was a star of the London and Broadway stage, film actor, and screenwriter. A very good, clean, sharp copy with a very interesting provenance. . Second Edition. Cloth. Very Good. Octavo.

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        The Dictionary of National Biography

      London: Oxford University Press, 1922. Edited by Sir Leslie Stephen & Sir Sidney Lee. Complete in 22 volumes. From the Earliest Times to 1900. Bound in period half blue calf, calf corners, cloth boards, raised bands, gilt lettering, full marble edges and endpapers. Calf lighly rubbed, some scuff wear, some volumes have a light white film marking. Bindings in very good clean firm condition. Internally, previous owners bookplate. Pages in very good clean condition throughout. a very nice clean set, in attractive period bindings.. Half-Leather. Very Good. 8vo.

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        Heberling's Basic Lettering and Elements of Composition, Color Harmony, Gilding, Embossing, Processes, Etc. As Used Commercially

      Chicago Wallbrunn, Kling & Co. 1922. 272 pages. Plate index. Paragraph index. Classified index. Over one-hundred excellent black and white plates. "The standard textbook - illustrated, pertinent, comprehensive." - from title page. Oblong 9.25" x 12.25". Small name stamps upon endpapers and title page. Above-average wear. Binding tender but intact. Above-average soiling to grey cloth-covered boards. Front board attractively decorated in yellow, green and red. A sound copy of this superb and nostalgic reference. First Edition Hardcover 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall; First Edition. Fair Heberling, W.A.

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        Les Saintes du Paradis.

      . Paris: Editions Rene Kieffer 1922. Richly illustr. in colour by Aug. Henri Thomas. Limited to 550 copies. Uncut copy bound with orig. wrappers and top edge gilt in nice contemporary halfleather richly gilt on spine. Binding signed Jakob Baden. * Copy no. 37 of 30 on 'Japon imperial' with a suite in black..

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        Zur Theorie der Lichtfortpflanzung in dispergierenden Medien

      Berlin, : Verlag der Akademie der Wissenschaften. Sonderabdruck / Offprint.. Nahezu makelloses Exemplar. / Original Brochure in Fine condition.. Sonderabdruck / Offprint. Berlin, Verlag der Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1922. 8°. Seiten 18-22. Originale Broschur. Nahezu makelloses Exemplar. / Original Brochure in Fine condition. [Sitzungsberichte der Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Sitzung der physikalisch-mathematischen Klasse vom 2.Februar 1922. - III]

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        Sidelights on Relativity

      London: Methuen, 1922. [4], 56pp, [4], 8pp ads. Original publisher's pale blue cloth with gilt titling; the first state binding. Dustwrapper. A near fine copy with slight uneven fading to spine where some chipping/splitting to the dustwrapper is evident. Clean and crisp internally, but for a little occasional browning. Contemporary ink inscription of James Young, dated January 1923, to FFEP. Dustwrapper slightly darkened to spine, edges, with some pencilled ticks to the list of other relativity related titles to the rear. A translation of two lectures on Relativity given by Einstein in Europe: 'Ether and the Theory of Relativity - An Address delivered on May 5th,1920, in the University of Leyden' and 'Geometry and Experience - An expanded form of an Address to the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin on january 27th, 1921'. . First Edition. 8vo.

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      London, UK: Egoist Press, 1922. Second Printing . Soft cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Second printing overall, and first UK edition, this edition was distributed by John Rodker in Paris for the Egoist Press, and printed in a run of 2000 copies by the printer of the first edition, Maurice Darantiere at Dijon. The book was smuggled in various forms against the threat of discovery and pirated printings. At least 500 seized copies were allegedly burned by U.S. authorities. (Birmingham, 2014) This copy is No. 697 of the 2000 printed. Edges of teal wraps and text block are quite worn, with some small chips and tears. One corner chip has been repaired. Interior is clean, with a few pencil markings mostly on the often missing eight pages of errata.

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        Jahrbuch der Original-Graphik. Vierter [IV.] Jahrgang. Ausgabe A auf Echt Japan.

      Berlin: Kunstgesellschaft Wohlgemuth & Lissner, 1922.. 20 S. Einleitung mit montierten sw-Abbildungen, 10 Originalgraphiken unter Passepartout, Fol., 53 x 35 cm; Einleitung mit Seidenband, die Graphiken als lose Blatt; in Halbpergament-Flügelmappe mit Goldprägung;. Ausgabe A auf Echt Japan. Nr. 7 von 150 Exemplaren (davon nur 15 in der Ausgabe A). Mit Einleitung, diese vom Herausgeber Singer signiert. Alle Graphiken mit Bleistift nummeriert und vom Künstler signiert. Enthält folgende Graphiken: Erna Frank: "D O M"; Ernst Moritz Geyger: "Der Dukatenmacher"; Artur Henne: "Holzschlag"; Fritz Hönel: "Schlafendes Kind"; Leopold Graf Kalckreuth: "Heidehaus"; Emma Löwenstamm: "Porträt des japanischen Forschers Hideyo Noguchi vom Rockefeller Institut in New York"; Bernhard Pankok: "Die beiden Vagabunden"; Joseph Pennell, New York: "The Woolworth through the Arch"; Adolph Schinnerer: "Straße in Ottershausen"; F. A. Weinzheimer: "Hölle" /vitrine

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        One Man in His Time

      Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company. 1922. Early edition (tihs book does not conform to the publisher usual manne rof denoting first edition, but we are sceptical that there was a second printing, however, lacking the first edition statement caution dictates that we refer to it as a reprint). Spine a little sunned, shallow chipping at the spine, very good without dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author. An exceptionally uncommon title, a novel set in Virginia. .

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        (Flensburg 1870 - 1944 Aalen). Schweinestall (in Abtsgmünd?). Öl auf Holz von 1922. Unten links signiert. 27,5 x 58,5 cm. Unter alter schöner Goldleiste mit Rotpoliment gerahmt.

      1922. . Bauernhof (von der Rückseite?) am Weg mit Hühnern und Bäuerin.- Auf der Rückseite von anderer Hand bezeichnet und datiert. Aus der Sammlung Stumpp.- .

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        Storm Passage

      London: T. Fisher Unwin. (1922). First. First edition. Owner name, a little puckering to the cloth, and the spine lettering a little dull but easily readable, a nice, very good copy lacking the rare dustwrapper. Signed by the author. Very scarce. .

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        One of Ours

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1922. From the signed, limited, numbered first printing, this is number 266, signed by the author at the limitation page opposite the full title. The pages are bright saving some toning around the deckled edges and quite clean except for a very few scattered spots of foxing; no owners' marks; the quarter cloth binding leans gently to the right but remains tight; the paper boards and paper title plate at the spine show some chipping around the edges, with a pressure mark at the bottom right front corner, a small inward turn and surface scuff at the top left rear corner, and some surface creasing at the corners and right edge of the title plate; some fading is also evident along the head edges of the paper and along the right rear, and the title plate is age-toned; nonetheless, a remarkably clean and attractive book, well-preserved. 459pp.; an extra copy of the title plate is tipped in at the final endpaper.. Signed and Numbered First. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dustjacket.

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        Nr. 1-58 in 58 Heften.

      Sonneberg, 1922-70.. (23 x 16 cm). Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen. Original-Broschuren.. Darin enthalten überwiegend Arbeiten des international anerkannten Astronomen Cuno Hoffmeister (1892-1968), der hauptsächlich die veränderlichen Sterne erforschte, von denen er mehr als ein Viertel der heute bekannten entdeckte. Dazu gründete er in den 1920er Jahre die Sternwarte Sonneberg. - Einbände gestempelt. Hefte 1 und 2 am Rücken beschädigt, sonst gut erhalten. - Beiliegend: Inhaltsverzeichnis der ersten 40 Hefte, 4 Bll. geheftet

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        Kai Lung's Golden Hours

      London: Grant Richards,, 1922. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine and pictorial design to upper board in black. With the dust jacket. Corners bumped, spine faded, lightly rubbed at the tips, light spotting to edges and occasionally to contents. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed and toned jacket with some minor nicks. First edition, first impression. Not in Hubin.

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        Kai Lung’s golden Hours

      With a preface by Hilaire Belloc. London, Grant Richards Ltd., St Martin?'s Street, 1922. Pp.[viii]+[312]; pale green rough buckram, blocked black on front cover, lettered black on spine. A couple of small fox-spots on edges; otherwise a brilliantly fine copy in a slightly frayed dust-wrapper with two long tears at points of folds repaired on back with tissue. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.

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        Proof plate of the White Bellied & Clive Whistler from the "Birds of Australia", Alisterornis Lanioides & Timixos Olivaceus.

      Witherby & Co., London: - This is a proof plate with original hand color, COLORED by GRONVOLD, pencilled on the verso "coloured proof by myself D. H. G." and "10/-". The female & male symbols are pencilled to the right of the printed caption. In the published version, the head and shoulders of one bird are quite a bit blacker than this proof - there are black ink hatchmarks in the margin - perhaps Gronvold neglected to finish this? Also a pencilled "396" in the top right corner. Paper size 13 3/4 x 9 3/4". Ca. 1922. Mathews published his masterwork "Birds of Australia" from 1910 through 1928. In their published form, the lithographs were hand colored. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Vacation letters from M.A.C. [Michael A. Coyle] to Rosie [Coyle]

      n.p., [Westport, CT] - Michael A. Coyle of Westport, CT, was an employee of the New Haven Railroad and served as a telegraph operator. Using his company railroad pass to get discounted tickets he made several railroad trips across the United States and documented his travel experience and observations about the trains, the weather, the people he met, the meals he had and the sites he saw. In some volumes he mentions current events including the World Series, his resemblance to Calvin Coolidge or being mistaken for a minister. These letters were sent on an almost daily basis to his sister Rosie back home in Westport. The letters were later typed out and bound to serve as a travel diary for Coyle. Some were illustrated with tipped in photographs, maps and newspaper clippings. Four separate volumes with each covering one trip: 1922: September 28-October 8. 48 letters. New York City to Denver and return. Last letter from Washington, D. C. 1923: October 1-October 16. 81 letters. New York City to Salt Lake City and return. Last letter from Maysville, KY. 1926: October 4- October 23, 1926. 98 letters. New York City to San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA and return. Last letter from Binghamton, NY. With tipped in photographs, clippings and maps. Ephemera laid in as well. Includes studio photograph of M.A.Coyle in San Francisco. 1928: October 8-October 22. 51 letters. New York City to California and return. Last letter from Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. With tipped in photographs, clippings and maps. Hand bound. Each volume 8.5 h x 5.5 w inches. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Idée’s 1 douze planches - en vente a la librairie des arts decoratifs

      Paris: A. Calavas, 1922. Minimal edge wear on plates; green cover lightly faded with edge wear.. Paper on board large format loose leaf folio with applied title reading Idées. Title page reads Idées ?- 1 de jacques camus douze plances. En vente a la librairie des arts decoratifs, 68 rue Lafayette, Paris. Includes twelve (12 )plates with three (3) or more pochoir fabric designs on each page. Measures 16?" x 12?".

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        Photo Album - Mashonaland (Colony of Rhodesia)

      Africa, 1922. Photograph Album Pioneer Farming in Mashonaland African Labourers and Chiefs Inverness Highlands Connection 1922 Territory of Mashonaland [later the Colony of Rhodesia], 1922. A most uncommon photograph album of the working farms established by two Scottish cousins of the Fraser-Mackenzie lineage, "Dick" and "Jack" whom emigrated in February 1920 and whom became pioneer farmers throughout Southern Rhodesia. Contains 55 sepia snapshot photographs with occasional typescript captions, plus 3 large copyrighted silver gelatin photographs of Victoria Lake and the Falls by Percy R. Clark, and 1 Roberts photograph of the South Africa Union Buildings, the lot neatly mounted with transparent corners onto 19 cardstock leaves. Oblong 8vo. string-tied album measuring approximately 32 x 22 cm, snake skin patterned cloth boards and matching endpapers. Ownership inscription penciled to front board reads "Fraser-Mackenzie 1922." Photographs vary in size, the smallest measuring approximately 11 x 6 cm, and the largest 20,5 x 15,5 cm. Scant few photographs creased, otherwise in Very Good Condition, unique views of colonial Zimbabwe. The Lone Cow Farm at Mutorashanga, and the Allan Grange Farm at Hartley (now Chegutu), situated 160 kilometers apart in the Mashonaland West province of what is now Zimbabwe, form the setting for this album. [In 1913 the 23,000 acre Lone Cow Ranch was purchased from a Mr. Bliss by Thorney Creek Ranching Co., a company based which had for two of its four Directors two Fraser-Mackenzies, possibly Jack's father and uncle. Mr. Bliss had acquired the land in April 1908 and named it Lone Cow.] R.A. "Dick" Fraser-Mackenzie who owned the Allan Grange Farm is seen in several images, as are his workers. Relentlessly arduous labour, generally performed by hired African workers, filled the hours, as is well illustrated in these images. Favourable relationships with local Chiefs would certainly also be advantageous. Here we see two African chiefs, one of whom brings a goat as a gift. Ploughing and cultivating was done manually by ploughmen with a rudimentary contraption; water for cattle was carried for long distances by the Africans in containers resting on their heads; acres of mealie corn was sorted by hand, and so on. Large water carts for crops were ox-driven, as were the plows to turn over old mealie corn crops for new growth, blessed be the signs of advance. [By 1927 Jack Fraser had implemented a tractor plough that operated on lengthy electric cables which were strewn across the field and which drew power from a steam engine. Albeit dangerous, at the time it was considered genius, and fetched an extremely high price.] J.A. "Jack" Fraser-Mackenzie, son of a Scottish tea merchant, owned the Lone Cow farm and estate, and another estate at Chiwe. He is also seen in a number of photographs, usually with his cousin Dick or other family members on one of the homesteads. Jack's father, Robert "Bob" Fraser-Mackenzie, also makes at least one appearance. At the time of these images Mashonaland West was an attractive mining region and a notable tobacco-growing district, though farmers also grew corn (maize), cotton, soy, and winter wheat. The tsetse fly inflicted prolific devastation to cattle and remained a point of contention for some time. [At a Ayrshire-Sipolilo Farmer's Association meeting 5 July 1924 Jack Fraser-Mackenzie reported a loss of no less than nine spans of oxen the previous year on his farm "Chiwe Estate".] From 1890 to 1930 timber export flourished in the neighbouring Mazowe District, as miners and farmers alike exploited forests for further revenue. [As well as farming, Dick was an expert in cutting and exporting of fine Banket mahogany, an enterprise in which he engaged from his Allan Grange farm. He supplied some of the latter for the construction of the Rhodesia House on the Strand in London.] Jack, Dick and Bob Fraser-Mackenzie are connected to the historic Bunchrew House Hotel, a 17th century Scottish mansion in Inverness. In August 1842 a tea merchant, John Fraser of Inverness, purchased Bunchrew House for £13,650. His son Robert "Bob" married Beatrice Mackenzie of Ord, and so became the name Fraser-Mackenzie. Beatrice was initially named owner the Allangrange estate and their son "Jack" given in charge to manage it before it became his own. Robert and Beatrice had another son, Leo, who was an officer in the Inverness Battery, Royal Horse Artillery and served through the 1914-18 war under General Allenby in Palestine. He retired with the rank of major and became factor for the Bunchrew and Allangrange estates until his death after a serious illness. Some time around the Second World War, their cousin "Dick" met a tragic death by falling from the balcony of the Highland Club in Inverness. . Very Good.

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        Kyrie Eleison

      Berlin: Eigenbrödler-Verlag, 1922. TEXT IN GERMAN. Taken from the first page - 'Dieses Werk von Waldemar Bonsels wurde in einem einmaligen Auflage von fünfhundertzehn numerierten Exemplaren in der Reihe dervom Künstlerdank (Clauß-Rochs-Stiftung) im Eigenbrödler - Verlag herausgegbenen Werke hergestellt und vom Dichter handschriftlich signiert. Die sechs Originalradierungen stammen von Kate Wilczynski. Gedruckt wurde das Werk in der Offzin Otto V. Holten, Berlin, den Druck der Radierungen in der Handpresse besorgte die Firma A. Gogall, Berlin. Besonders kostbar wurden die Vorzugs - Exemplare I-X gebunden, deren Radierungen, ebenso wie die der Nummer 1-100, von der Künstlerin handschriftlich signiert sind. Dieses im Jahr 1908 verfaßte Werk ist nicht für die breitere Offentlichkeit bestimmt. Der Einband - Entwurf stammt von Wilhelm Plünnecke, Berlin. Dieses Exemplar tragt die Nummer 79." Followed by the signatures of the Author and Illustrator. Attractively bound in blue calf with gilt lettering and decoration Spine strip has faded and leather is rubbed to spine strip and edges with slight indent to bottom edge of front board. Top edge gilt. Endpapers are hand-painted in grey and pink. Occasional foxing spot to page edges but text block is clean. Each of the six sketches has been signed by the artist and the 54 pages. A very good clean copy.. Limited Edition. Full Leather. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        [????? Ato Inga Shu. East Asian Pictorial Album]

      ??. [Dalian].: Ato Inga Kyokai (??????) Ato Printing Association.. 1922- circa 1930.. 102 tipped-in professional gelatin silver prints on black card leaves, one to a page. A little oxidation causing mirroring at the edges of some images and some fading, one photograph creased but generally the photographs are in good condition. Photographs are accompanied by a tipped-in text description in Japanese (3 captions missing, 1 torn with significant loss). Unlettered paper covered boards, later red string tie. One leaf loosening and the margins of another creased in neither case affecting the image. Collection of professional photographs published by Ato Inga Kyokai (??????:Ato Printing Association) a Japanese photography company based in Dalian between the 1922 and 1944. These photographs originally appeared in the journal published by Ato Inga Kyokai. Albums of Ato Inga Kyokai's photographs are most uncommon. This album is unusual. It appears that this compiliation of photographs may have been ordered by the original owner to match their own interest as there are a large number of images of Shanxi Province. Sixty-two images are of Shanxi Province with another 40 images of Chinese subjects although their location is not specified. The subjects covered in this interesting album include portraits and scenes showing farmers, workers and a number of striking landscapes. The photographs we have traced were all published in the period from 1922 to 1928. The few albums of Ato Inga Kyokai's photographs which we have been able to locate, held by the University of Kyoto and the Diet Library in Tokyo, include some but not all of the photographs in this collection, a number of these photographs we have not been able to locate in any collection. .

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        History of the Port of Swansea / by William Henry Jones.

      Carmarthen : W. Spurrell, 1922, Hardback, First EditionFinely and sumptuously bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 383 pages; Physical desc. : 383 p : ill. (part. Col. ) , maps (part fold. ) ; 26 cm. Subjects; Carmarthen (Wales) - History.

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      New York: The Macaulay Company, [1922]., 1922. First edition. Near fine in decorated cloth in price-clipped dust jacket with a small crease to top edge of front panel and light wear to the extremities. Frontispiece and colorful dust jacket art by G.W. Gage. Twentieth Century Western Writers says: " set in 1835 in California, and has a very complicated plot. But it is a real attempt at a historical novel, even though the mystery of the parentage of the two rival girls undercuts the accuracy of the hacienda based rivalry for the two families." Mack Sennett produced Suzanna for the silent screen with Mabel Normand as Suzanna and directed by F. Richard Jones.

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        Dutch Courage And Other Stories

      NY, Macmillan, 1922, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. One of 4,348 copies, frontispiece of a young Jack London, the book is illustrated by G. M. Richards, interestingly, the jacket indicates that the book is aimed at ages 12-15. Book fore edge soiled, else a very solid copy while the jacket has uniform soiling, small chipping at edges, and the front flap is oddly cut, not affecting text.

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        Idyls of Theocritus, Bion & Moschus, The

      London: The Medici Society, 1922. - Illustrated by Russell Flint[FLINT, W. Russell, illustrator]. The Idyls of Theocritus [and] The Idyls of Bion & Moschus. Rendered into English Prose by Andrew Lang. Illustrated after Drawings by W. Russell Flint. London: The Medici Society, 1922. One of 500 copies on handmade Riccardi paper (this copy being No. 225), out of a total edition of 512 copies.Two quarto volumes (10 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches; 267 x 198 mm.). xxxv, [1, blank], 92, [1, colophon], [1, blank], [1, printer&#146;s device], [5, blank]; xi, [1, blank], 28, [1, colophon], [1, blank], [1, printer&#146;s device], [5, blank] pp. Twenty mounted color plates (including frontispieces), after watercolor drawings by W. Russell Flint. Descriptive tissue guards printed in red. Title-pages printed in black and green, with lettering designed by Edith M. Engall and ornament by W. Russell Flint. Second Series: Scriptorum Classicorum Bibliotheca Riccardiana.Original quarter natural linen over pale blue boards. Printed paper labels on front cover and spine. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Original blue silk page ribbons. Original gray printed dust jackets, spines of jackets a little sunned, but still an exceptionally fine set. With the bookplate of the collector Brian Stilwell on each front paste-down."Theocritus (first half of the third century BC), Hellenistic Greek poet, the originator of pastoral or bucolic poetry His extant poems, generically known as Idylls, and mostly in the hexameter metre, include court poems, mythological poems, and epigrams, but his fame stems from the seven or so poems which were primarily bucolic. These were to have a strong influence on Virgil (in the Eclogues) and through him on later European literature The first Idyll contains the beautiful lament for Daphnis, a dirge imitated in the Adonis of Bion and in the Bion attributed to Moschus, and the prototype of later pastoral elegies, Milton&#146;s Lycidas, Shelley&#146;s Adonais, and Matthew Arnold&#146;s Thyrsis" (The Concise Oxford Companion to Classical Literature).Bion "of Smyrna, the last Greek pastoral poet known to us by name; he lived at the end of the second century BC, and is generally linked with the pastoral poet Moschus. Virtually nothing is known of his life; according to the anonymous Lament for Bion (attributed to Moschus), he lived in Sicily and died by poisoning. He wrote in hexameters in the (literary) Doric dialect, and seventeen fragments of his poems (some may even be complete) survive. Since the Renaissance he has been credited with the Lament for Adonis The pastoral element in his work is slight, most of the poems being playfully erotic" (The Concise Oxford Companion to Classical Literature). "Moschus (flourished c.150 BC), Greek poet of Syracuse whose extant poems include five hexameter pieces, one of which is bucolic (comparing the pleasures of the countryman with the hard lot of the fisherman), and an epigram on Eros as a ploughman; there are also an epyllion Europa in 166 hexameters on the rape of Europa by Zeus, and the Megara, a hexameter dialogue between Heracles&#146; wife (who gave her name to the poem) and his mother Alcmena, who bewail their misfortunes caused by Heracles' long absence. Also attributed to Moschus, but improbably since Bion (2) lived at least a generation after him, is the beautiful (bucolic) Lament for Bion" (The Concise Oxford Companion to Classical Literature). Ransom, Private Presses, p. 395, no. 8. Tomkinson, p. 149, no. 8.

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        China South East Coast. Hong Kong to the Brothers From various Admiralty Surveys between 1845 and 1925.

      Published at the Admiralty, New Edition 27th Dec., 1922. Small corrections to 1923., London, - Admiralty chart of the South East Coast of China 710 by 1330mm. (28 by 52.25 inches). Engraved chart, including tidal information, compass roses, soundings, seabed notations, currents, sandbanks, shoals, lighthouses and beacons picked out in yellow and red, inland elevations and detailing, insets of Tai Sami and Goat Island. Detailed chart of the South East coast of China.The British Hydrographic Office was founded in 1795 by George III, who appointed Alexander Dalrymple as the first Hydrographer to the Admiralty. The first charts were produced in 1800. Unlike the U. S. Coast Survey the Hydrographic Office was given permission to sell charts to the public and they produced a great number of sea charts covering every corner of the globe. Most of the Admiralty charts produced by the Hydrographic Office delineated coastline as well as high and low water marks and record depth of water as established by soundings. In addition these charts included information on shoals, reefs, and other navigational hazards that plagued mariners across the world. Thanks to the innovations of Sir Francis Beaufort, who developed the Beaufort Scale of wind strength, the British Hydrographic Office became one of the leading producers of sea charts. In fact, such was their accuracy that the phrase 'Safe as an Admiralty Chart' was coined.

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        KNOLE AND THE SACKVILLES [Authors Copy signed]

      London William Heinemann 1922., 1922The authors copy of the First Edition with her own and the family bookplate to the pastedown and signed in the usual manner to the titlepage. A short newspaper biography of her husband Harold Nicholson,C.M.G. is pinned to the free endpaper and loosely inserted is a typescript poem dated October 1,1913 entitled "TO KNOLE" Original publishers cloth blocked to the spine and front board from a design by William Nicholson Large 8vo.xvi. 232pps tissue guarded gravure frontispiece and 24 tipped in plates.

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        Voltaire, La Princesse de Babylone, 40 Etchings by Friedrich Heubner

      Munich 1922 - Edition of 35, small folio (13 x 10), vellum chemise printed in sepia and gilt, housing 40 etchings (20 etchings in 2 states). About fine, slight soil and wear to the vellum folder, etchings inside in great condition. Friedrich Heubner (1886-1974) was a Munich-based artist, illustrator and graphic designer associated with "Die Sechs," a group of young modernist artists, and he was also loosely associated with both the Berlin and Munich Secession movements, an illustrator primarily whose works appeared in Jugend, Simpliccimus and Die Gartenlaube. RARE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      1922 - HOTEL DROUOT. COLLECTION CH. HAVILAND. Paris: 1922. A series of auction catalogs of the collections of Japanese Art, ceramics, illustration, and illustrated books including descriptions for the items as well as a total of 64 plates. The volumes comprise all Haviland auctions pertaining to Japanese Prints & books in a total of seven volumes. All catalogs are bound in paper covers, some with slight soiling or tears all with spine reapairs in binder's tape. Interiors and plates bright and clean. First Sale, November 27th-29th, 1922: 20 plates, 98p. Tenth Sale, 2nd part, June 4th-6th, 1923: 16 plates, 107p. Fourteenth Sale, Febuary 4th & 7th, 1924: 8 plates, 88p. Fifteenth Sale, October 20th-23rd, 1924: 6 plates, 70p. Sixteenth Sale, March 2nd-4th, 1925: 6 plates, 62p. Seventeenth Sale, June 15th-17th, 1925: 4 plates, 53p. Eighteenth Sale, June 2nd-4th, 1927: 4 plates, 90p. An extensive group of volumes for reference, research or historical interest, Good condition.

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        Bremer Press] IPHIGENIE AUF TAURIS

      Munich: Bremer Press, 1922. Limited Edition, number 152 of 300 copies. Vellum Binding. Quarto. Bound as issued in parchment over boards with the perimeter of boards and spine compartments ruled in gold; light soiling to the vellum binding, but largely an attractive and clean copy; top edge gilt; very light thumb soiling to the colophon page. The Bremer Press took as its model Emery Walker and Cobden-Sanderson's Doves Press--elegantly designed books with a focus on typography. Title and initials in this and most of the Press's books were designed by Anna Simons who was trained by noted English calligrapher Edward Johnston. Yet another connection to the Doves Press, the binding is stamp-signed by Frieda Thiersch who learned her trade from Charles F. Mcleish of the Doves Bindery. Thiersch became a notable bookbinder and designed and executed many of the Bremer Press bindings and was the director of the bindery until 1933 when she opened her own workshop. An interesting aside, Thiersch would go on to bind some of the most important documents and books for Hitler and the Third Reich. Text in German. Ransom 12; Gerald Cinamon ?"German Graphic Designers?"; Luise Poulton, ?"The Feminine Touch?" (2009).

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        The Waste Land

      Boni & Liveright, New York 1922 - First Edition, First Printing. This copy is SIGNED by T.S. Eliot on a laid in letter by the author. A beautiful copy in the First Issue flexible boards with the "a" in mountain at line 339 on page 41. One of 1000 numbered copies bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's black cloth with minor wear to the edges. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are excepionally clean, with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION in collector's condition. We buy T.S. Eliot First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Oxford University Press 1922 - 1st 1922. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Large format. Blue cloth spine. Colour pictorial boards showing little gipsy character with horse and wagon. 6 vividly coloured plates plus b/w text illustrations. Book: Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Front joint cracked. Endpapers browned. Plates superb. Matching pictorial stiff card wrapper is edge-chipped, has a scratch to front, a few grubby marks and is rubbed at folds. Exceptionally rare in original wrapper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gullivers Reise ins Land der Riesen. Eine Reise nach Brobdingnag. Nach dem Englischen des Jonathan Swift. - Mit 25 Original-Lithographien von Lovis Corinth.

      Berlin,Propyläen-Verlag,1922. Einmalige Auflage von 400 Exemplaren.. 34 x 28 cm. Dunkelrotes HalbLeder mit Kopfgoldschnitt, goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Lederecken ,grün-schwarzer Deckelbezug. Der Deckelbezug vorderseitig schwach berieben, sowie an den Rändern etwas lichtgehellt. Einbandentwurf von H.Steiner-Prag. 75 (1) Seiten mit 25 OriginalLithographien (10 ganzseitigen) von Lovis Corinth; handschriftlich numeriertes Exemplar Nr.225 von 400 numerierten Exemplaren,vom Künstler unter dem Druckvermerk handschriftlich signiert, frisch und von tadellosem Innenerhalt und weder Name noch andere Einträge. Geprüftes, wirklich gutes Exemplar. #M07105

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        Racing in America 1866-1921

      New York: Privately Printed for the Jockey Club. 1922. First Edition. Hardcover. x, 249pp. Cloth backed boards, paper label with title affixed to spine panel. Frontispiece and fifty-five inserted plates. Wear to corner tips, some rubbing and discoloration to cloth, two small tears to paper label. Internally clean. A very good copy. ; Folio .

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