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        Matej Poctivy: fantastická lidová veselohra o trech dejstvich

      Prague: Nákladem B. Kocího, 1922 Devilish drawing printed on title page. 107 pp. + [4] pp. ads. Decorated paper covers.. About 17.8 x 12.5 cm, unopened. A drama by a wildly non-conformist Czech writer. The cover is printed in a light, somewhat acid brown with a droll drawing that shows Matthew the Honest (the title character) on the upper half and, when inverted, a devil on the lower half. A 1.5-cm tear at the upper front joint and light wear, but a lovely copy of a rare book worthy of exhibition. **Free domestic or international shipping with direct order.

      [Bookseller: Laurence McGilvery]
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        THE SECRET OF THE SHADOW ..

      London: Hurst & Blackett, Ltd., n.d. [1922].. Octavo, pp. [1-9] 10-288, original red cloth, front panel ruled in blind, spine panel stamped in black. First edition. A melodramatic romance with occult overtones, the first half set in New Orleans where the heroine is good friends with a voodoo practitioner of white witchcraft. The second half is set in an English castle where the heroine continues her rocky course towards love and riches. The first half has some nice touches of local color. A fine copy in very good pictorial dust jacket (priced 7/6 on the spine panel) with shelf wear and several short closed tears at edges, and small chips at upper spine end and corner tips. The jacket is quite attractive overall. (#148312)

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc. ]
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        THE GOLDEN HAMMER AND OTHER ENGINEERING STORIES ..

      London: Percival Marshall & Co., n.d., [1922].. Octavo, pp. [1-4] [1] 2-188, 22 illustrations in text, original red cloth, front panel stamped in blind and gold, spine panel stamped in gold. First edition. "Collection of nine weird and science-fictional tales, eccentric in manner and slightly amateurish, though with imaginative ideas. The author was evidently a professional engineer and published a number of nonfictional works on that subject, ensuring authentic 'local color' for these stories, all of which involve an intersection between the mechanical and the occult. The illustrations are quite professional and atmospheric. An admirably oddball collection." - Robert Eldridge. Day, The Supplemental Checklist of Fantastic Literature, p. 58. Not in Reginald or either of the Bleiler Checklists. Not in Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy (I-III). Early owner's signature dated 1925 on half-title page. Magazine clipping about the Great Western Railway locomotive "Winnipeg" affixed to front free endpaper, spine panel faded, binding leaned, cloth a little faded, gold stamping tarnished, a good copy of a rare book. (#147486)

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        Mädchen vor dem Spiegel. Radierung.

      Signiert und datiert "W.R. Huth". Kräftiger malerischer Druck mit Plattenton auf festem Velin. 24,5 x 17,6 cm, Papier: 41,2 x 29,8 cm. Söhn HDO 72711-3. Eines von 100 Exemplaren. Blatt 3 aus: Die Schaffenden, III. Jahrgang, 3. Mappe, 1922. Mit dem Trockstempel "Die Schaffenden". - Huth besucht 1904-1906 die Kunstgewerbeschule in Erfurt. 1907-1910 Lehre bei dem Hofmaler Kämmerer in Stuttgart.1920 beteiligt er sich an der Ausstellung der Freien Sezession in Berlin und schließt Freundschaft mit Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Erich Heckel, Max Pechstein und George Grosz. Es folgen Ausstellungen in der Preußischen Akademie der Künste, bei der Berliner Sezession und dem Deutschen Künstlerbund. Nach dem Krieg kehrt Huth nach Berlin zurück und ist 1947-1957 Professor an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Berlin. 1949 ist er ein Gründungsmitglied der Berliner Neuen Gruppe. - Sehr gut erhalten. Zu den Blattkanten hin mit minimalen blassen Fleckchen.

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        The Shirley Letters from California Mines in 1851-52 Russell 1922 SIGNED

      Thomas C. Russell - Being a Series of Twenty-Three Letters from Dame Shirley (Mrs. Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clappe) To Her Sister in Massachusetts, and Now Reprinted from the Pioneer Magazine of 1854-55 with Synopses of the Letters, a foreword, and Many Typographical and other Corrections and Emendations, by Thomas C. Russell Together with "An Appreciation" by Mrs. M.V.T. Lawrence, Illustrated. San Francisco, Printed by Thomas C. RUssell, at his Private Press, 1922. This copy is No. 391 of 450 numbered and signed copies, part of the 2nd batch of 200, being the batch printed on Exeter book-paper. Signed by the editor Thomas C. Russell and in a custom slipcase. Textured green paper boards, buff cloth spine, matching green dust wrapper. Book and wrapper have paper spine labels, label on DJ has a tiny tear. 8vo. (l) 350pp. 8 full-page black & white plates (including frontispiece) with tissue guards; decorative chapter headings, endings and initials in blue. Clean text, tight binding, very light wear to exterior of book and slipcase, Dustwrapper slightly discolored from sliding in and out of slipcase over the years, light wear at top edge of dustwrapper, slipcase lightly sunfaded around edges. We have a rather large collection of Western Americana that we acquired from one John Brunt of Walla Walla, Washington. Brunt owned and operated a bookstore in Glendale, CA for many years, crafting beautiful custom slipcases for many of the books in his Western Americana collection numbering nearly a thousand titles. We have more of his books available for avid collectors! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Nikolay Gogol. Translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett. Include: Dead Souls, The Overcoat and Other Stories, Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka, Mirgorod, and The Government Inspector and Other Plays.

      London: Chatto and Windus, 1922-28.. FIRST EDITION of these translations. 6 volumes, octavo. Elegantly hand-bound in blue half morocco over matching cloth sides, spine gilt-lettered in six compartments with raised bands, top edges speckled blue. Sporadic foxing, externally unmarked. A very good set in a striking recent leather binding. First Impressions of the Garnett text are somewhat scarce. Constance Garnett translated the works of several Russian authors. She was credited by many as being responsible for introducing a whole generation of English speaking readers to the Russian modernists.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        THE BOZEMAN TRAIL: Historical Accounts of the Blazing of the Overland Routes into the Northwest, and the Fights with Red Cloud's Warriors. With an Introduction by General Charles King. Two volume set.

      Cleveland, OH: Arthur H. Clark Company, 1922. Two volume set. Original maroon hardcover cloth bindings with minimal shelfwear; binding colors vary slightly; t.e.g. Several pages are uncut and unopened. The lower rear corner of the first volume is slightly discolored from exposure to moisture, which does not affect the text. Vol. I: 346 pages of text. Vol. II: 306 pages of text including an index. Illustrated by 43 photographs, drawings and sketches, as well as a folding map in each volume. Previous owner's bookplate neatly on front pastedown endpaper (Henry Lawrence Day). 1210 sets published. Recounts the federal government's attempt to open a road north from the Oregon Trail through the Powder River country, hunting grounds of the Sioux, in the late 1860's. Containing previously unpublished narratives, this work has served as a valuable reference tool for students of the Northern Plains. Howes, H382. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Zwei Gästebücher aus Wildbad Kreuth und Grüneck u.a. Beinhalten u.a. die datierten Signaturen von Franz Josef II., Herzog Carl in Bayern, Sophie von Bayern, Dona Maria Anna de Braganca Infantin von Portugal, Margarethe Fürstin von Thurn und Taxis Erzherzogin von Österreich, Albert Fürst von Thurn und Taxis, Otto Frh. von Waechter, Hermann Beyfus, Heinrich Artaria, Gustav Koppel, Anton Frh. v. Schönburg, Rudolf Liechtenstein, Carl von Blaas, Carl Auersperg, Misa Wydenbruck-Esterhazy, Filomena Paganini, Alfred Salm, Hugo Darnaut, Helen Duncan, Hedi v. Haas-Waechter, Graf Anton Schönfeld, Solms, Erzherzog Otto, Gabor Lonyay, Erzherzog Ferdinand, Frida Mitscherlich, Friedrich von Esmarch, M. Levi, Louise von Sachsen-Coburg, Helene von Hornborst

      Kreuth u.a., -, 1892 - 1922. - o. Pag. OLd. Zwei s/w Fotos liegen bei. - R. eines Bandes angeplatzt, leichte Gbrsp. - Weitere Autographen u.a. Elie de Bourbon Prince de Parma, Ferdinand Graf Fedrigotti, Carleton B. Hurst, L. Lobmeyer, Don Miguel de Brganca, Roberta Donna di Parms, Griepenkerl, C. van Haanen, Victor Ephrussi, Clemens Prinz v. Croy, Erzherzog Friedrich, Schaffgotsch, Baron Leopold Ludwigstorff.

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        My Book House, Christmas Binding in Wooden House.

      Chicago, The Book House, green, 16th edition (printing) c. -33, 1922 - CONDITION: House: Very Good, original paint, little steps are still there, solid and straight with no missing parts or chips. Book Set: Bindings nice. Interiors Good Minus to Very Good; to be brief, we would not ordinarily offer a Book House set in this condition: all hinges and some pastedowns margins are glue foxed, Vols. 1 & 2 are very, very dirty. Vol. 1 has fep torn in half. Pencil marks, now erased, throughout, from scribble to adult account records. Cracked hinges on Vol. 1, France, and Japan. That said, the cover plates are only lightly rubbed and the pages in vol. 3-6 and the interior pages of the Travelships are flat and clean. The wonderful Christmas bindings are bright and clean giving it a nice appearance when shelved. Chicago, The Book House, green, 16th edition (printing) c. 1922-33, with 6 volume set and the three Travelships in wooden house with steps. There is a side chimney with little open windows in the eve as well as the usual cut out long (longer?) windows on each side. Christmas binding. A very charming Christmas Book House, made of wood, with book spines decorated with lighted windows and Christmas Trees in gilt, green, shaped plates with yellow and red, and colourful margin decorations in yellow and red on the top boards. The house is the usual one with the dormer in front, but only one chimney and also with a set of red steps leading to the Travelships, which are placed in the center. It may have come with three separate wooden trees as well, according to the photographed ad in Dorothy Loring Taylor's reference, page 100. ABE Heritage Seller since 1996; conservative AB condition grading. We ship all our books in cardboard protection. International shipping. . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Truman Price & Suzanne Price]
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        Slovinske umeni (Slovenian Art)

      Hodonin: Sdruzenych vytvarnych umelcu moravskych 1922 - Large quarto, wrappers, 21 plates, 32pp (vi)pp. Cover is an unattributed original abstract woodcut, probably by Jakac. Very rare survey of Slovenian modern art, with essays and statements by Slovenian artists and writers, in Czech. France Stele’s essay on modernism in Slovenia is from a manuscript; Cankar’s was from his book OBISKI, and a second essay from an manuscript; there are three other written essays, one of which was written specifically for this publication, which accompanied an exhibition in Hodonin in 1922. Due to the indifferent response and reactionary climate and eventual suppression of any avant-garde or groundbreaking expression in that part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats & Slovenes, very little was published there about the new art. Branko Poljanski had published an only issue of Svetokrat in Ljubljana in 1921 without success, and the Dadaist exhibitions and publications of 1925-6 were met with violent suppression. However, the Czechs proved to be more receptive, as indicated by the show in Moravia with this book and as well as an issue of Veraikon dedicated to the Slovene expressionists in the same year.Works by Veno Pilon, Tratnik, Jakac, Kralj, Smrekar, Grohar, Jakopik and others are displayed, with essays on their work and statements by the artists. Condition very good, a crisp copy; one text page has a repaired tear. This publication was a special offering in the third year of the journal Umelecky list. The original article there was only 9 pages. Rare: no copies found of this publication in North American libraries. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael Fagan Fine Art & Rare Books]
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        PRIMO TEMPO. Rivista letteraria mensile.

      Officina Tipografica di C. Valentino e C, 1922. In-8 gr. (mm. 248x172), brossura orig. Di questa ricercata e importante rivista dl carattere letterario, offriamo "tutto il pubblicato": dal 1922 (n. 1, maggio) al 1923, per complessivi 10 numeri in 7 fascicoli, di pp. 32 (+ i fogli colorati con varia pubblicità) e con Illustrazioni f.t. di Casorati, Galante, Chessa. Gli ultimi due fascicoli (nn. 7-8 e 9-10, senza data, sono del 1923) e furono stampati dalla Tipografia Sociale di Pinerolo. "Primo tempo" venne fondato a Torino sotto la direzione di Giacomo Debenedetti, Mario Gromo, Emanuele F. Sacerdote, Sergio Solmi. D'ispirazione crociana la rivista conteneva contributi critici e letterari. Tra i critici: Natalino Sapegno, Attilio Momigliano, Mario Fubini, Corrado Govoni. Efficace fu il suo contributo nel campo dell'allora giovane poesia. Fra le sue pagine troviamo le prime composizioni di Eugenio Montale ("Riviere" e "Accordi"), i canti di Umberto Saba (la raccolta "Preludio e canzonette" è ospitata nel n. 3, a lui dedicato), di Camillo Sbarbaro (vari componimenti fra cui "Delli ammaestramenti a Polidoro"), di Giuseppe Ungaretti ("Le stagioni" - "Alla noia") e anche prose di Emilio Cecchi, Max Ascoli, Carlo Linati. Cfr. Diz. Autori Italiani Contemporanei, II, p. 1082. Solo tracce d'uso alle brossure, altrimenti tutta la collezione, pressochè intonsa, è ben conservata. Molto raro trovarla completa.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi]
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        Remembrance of Things Past (Complete in 11 Volumes)

      Henry Holt, Thomas Seltzer, and Albert and Charles Boni 1922 - First American edition, first printing. Complete in eleven volumes. Original cloth with black spine labels, matching except for Cities of the Plain, which was bound in white cloth and silver and black paper as a numbered limited edition. Very Good overall, sans jackets: some volumes more edge-worn and corner-bumped than others with various degress of sunning to similar but not identically colored cloths, dulling/ chipping to labels, generally internally sound. Both volumes of Swann's Way and Cities of the Plain are near fine with contemporary matching bookplates on the paste downs of the former set, the latter has a bit of rubbing to the silver and black paper covers. Bookplate on paste down of Within a Budding Grove's second volume, a bit of gnawing along its spine edge, and rear hinge split; good only. Both volumes of The Guermantes Way well-worn along edges. The Captive has a frayed head (perhaps his captor snacked on it?). A little wrinkling to prelims of Sweet Cheat Gone.An uncommon assemblage of the first American appearances of Marcel Proust's groundbreaking novel in seven parts, issued by three US publishers over a period of ten years. All but the final volume are Brit C.K. Scott Moncrieff's translations; upon his passing the UK and US final volumes diverged in both title and translator. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        PRIMO TEMPO. Rivista letteraria mensile.

      Torino, Officina Tipografica di C. Valentino e C., 1922-1923. In-8 gr. (mm. 248x172), brossura orig. Di questa ricercata e importante rivista dl carattere letterario, offriamo "tutto il pubblicato": dal 1922 (n. 1, maggio) al 1923, per complessivi 10 numeri in 7 fascicoli, di pp. 32 (+ i fogli colorati con varia pubblicità) e con Illustrazioni f.t. di Casorati, Galante, Chessa. Gli ultimi due fascicoli (nn. 7-8 e 9-10, senza data, sono del 1923) e furono stampati dalla Tipografia Sociale di Pinerolo. "Primo tempo" venne fondato a Torino sotto la direzione di Giacomo Debenedetti, Mario Gromo, Emanuele F. Sacerdote, Sergio Solmi. D'ispirazione crociana la rivista conteneva contributi critici e letterari. Tra i critici: Natalino Sapegno, Attilio Momigliano, Mario Fubini, Corrado Govoni. Efficace fu il suo contributo nel campo dell'allora giovane poesia. Fra le sue pagine troviamo le prime composizioni di Eugenio Montale (”Riviere” e “Accordi”), i canti di Umberto Saba (la raccolta “Preludio e canzonette” è ospitata nel n. 3, a lui dedicato), di Camillo Sbarbaro (vari componimenti fra cui “Delli ammaestramenti a Polidoro”), di Giuseppe Ungaretti (”Le stagioni” - “Alla noia”) e anche prose di Emilio Cecchi, Max Ascoli, Carlo Linati. Cfr. Diz. Autori Italiani Contemporanei, II, p. 1082. Solo tracce d'uso alle brossure, altrimenti tutta la collezione, pressochè intonsa, è ben conservata. Molto raro trovarla completa.

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        The greatest romance in history

      Keren Hayseod, [New York] 1922 - WorldCat: Number of Libraries worldwide owning this item: 3 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        Königliche Hoheit. Roman. [Signierte Vorzugsausgabe].

      Berlin, S. Fischer Verlag, 1922. 8°. 19 cm. 453 Seiten, 1 Blatt. Blauer Original-Ganzlederband mit goldgeprägter Deckelvignette, goldgeprägtem Titel auf rotem Lederschildchen. Kopfgoldschnitt. (Thomas Mann. Gesammelte Werke). Nummer 55 von 150 nummerierten und von Thomas Mann im Impressum signierten Exemplaren auf Hadern-Velin-Papier. Bürgin II 1, Ausgabe III, Potempa A1, Ausgabe IV. 71. - 77. Auflage. Oberes Kapital mit winzigen Fehlstellen, Einband am Rücken aufgehellt, wenig berieben, Name auf Vorsatz. Gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Signatur, signiert / signature, signed copy; Vorzugsausgabe / limited edition

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        Das nahezu vollständige deutschsprachige Werk der Anthroposophin und Steiner-Schülerin. In 18 Bänden.

      Verschiedene Verlage, 1922-1961.. Oktav bis Folio. Jeweils in den teils silber- oder goldgeprägten Orginaleinbänden, zumeist (Klapp-)broschuren. Mit zahlreichen, oftmals kunstvoll-ansprechenden fotografischen Abbildungen (fast durchgängig zu mineralischen Kristallisierungs- oder vegetabilischen Wachstumsvorgängen) in Farbe und Schwarzweiß (überwiegend). Von leichten Bräunungen weniger Titel abgesehen in einem sehr guten Gesamtzustand. Alle Werke komplett und mit sämtlichen Bildbeilagen. Nahezu komplette Sammlung der deutschsprachigen Werke der von Rudolf Steiner hochgeschätzten Anthroposophin, lediglich die biographischen Schriften zu ihrem Mann, dem Arzt Eugen Kolisko, hier nicht vorliegend. Kolisko forschte mit Steiner an einem Potenzierungsverfahren, durch welches die materielle Substanz einerseits schrittweise bis über die Grenze der analytischen Nachweisbarkeit verdünnt werden, ihre ätherische Wirksamkeit andererseits jedoch immer deutlicher hervortreten sollte. Ihr Werk befaßt sich mit dem Einfluss von Sonnen- und Mondfinsternissen und Planetenbewegungen auf die sieben Planetenmetalle, deren Salze sowie ihren Auswirkungen auf die tierische und pflanzliche Physiologie. – Enthält: I. Milzfunktion und Plättchenfrage. Der Kommende Tag, Stuttgart, 1922. II. Physiologischer und physikalischer Nachweis der Wirksamkeit kleinster Entitäten. Der Kommende Tag, Stuttgart, 1923. III. Physiologischer Nachweis der Wirksamkeit kleinster Entitäten bei 7 Metallen. Wirkung von Licht und Finsternis auf das Pflanzenwachstum. Experimentelle Arbeiten aus dem Biologischen Institute des Goetheanums, Dornach, 1926. IV. Physiologischer Nachweis der Wirksamkeit kleinster Entitäten. In Fortsetzung der 1923 und 1926 hierüber erschienenen Arbeiten. Orient-Occident-Verlag, Stuttgart, 1932. V. Kristall-Gestaltungskräfte I (=alles Erschienene), (Dornach), o. J. VI. Die Sonnenfinsternis vom 29. Juni 1927, Stuttgart 1927. VII. Sternenwirken in Erdenstoffen. Stuttgart, 1927. VIII. Das Silber und der Mond, Stuttgart, 1929. Von der Autorin auf dem Titel handschrifltich an den Biologen und Philosophen (Hermann) Poppelbaum gewidmet, datiert 24.5.1929. IX. Der Jupiter und das Zinn. Stuttgart, 1932. X. Der Mond und das Pflanzenwachstum. Stuttgart, 1933. XI-XV. Mitteilungen des Biologischen Instituts am Goetheanum, Bde. I-V. Stuttgart, 1934-36. (I.-IV. mit jeweils diversen, kleineren Abhandlungen, V. unter den Titel „Die totale Sonnenfinsternis vom 29. Juni 1936. Experimentelle Nachweis der Wirkung von Sonne und Mond auf Gold- und Silberlösungen“). XVI. Saturn und Blei, Edge near Stroud, 1952. XVII. Physiologischer und physikalischer Nachweis der Wirksamkeit kleinster Entitäten 1923–1959. Stuttgart, 1959. XVIII. Die totale Sonnenfinsternis vom 15. II. 1961 (=Die Sonnenfinsternis im Experiment, als Erlebnis und ihr Wesen). Stuttgart, 1961.

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        Early Sargents of New England

      [Philadelphia, Pa]: Privately Printed [at Ad-service Printing Co. ], 1922. First edition. Illustrated, tipped-in photographs, one of John Singer Sargent and the aboriculturalist Charles Sprague Sargent taken by Louisa Ptnam Loring, Epes Sargents book-plate by Paul Revere, another of Sargent Drive, Mount Desert Island, Sargent Mountain. 53 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Brown printed wrappers over boards. First edition. Illustrated, tipped-in photographs, one of John Singer Sargent and the aboriculturalist Charles Sprague Sargent taken by Louisa Ptnam Loring, Epes Sargents book-plate by Paul Revere, another of Sargent Drive, Mount Desert Island, Sargent Mountain. 53 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. A very nice copy.

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        Where the Blue Begins

      William Heinemann 1922 - "Where the Blue Begins", by CHristopher Morley and illustrated by Arthur Rackham. William Heinemann, London. Deluxe limited edition, being no 22 of 175 copies. Signed by Arthur Rackham. Signed limited edition. Boards toned/marked. Split to cloth of the spine running down each gutter but spine still attached. Slight toning to text pages. One or two light spots of foxing. No inscriptions. All plates present. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Les Thibault

      - Nrf, Paris 1922-1940, 12x19cm, 11 volumes brochés. - Edition per ciascun volume con tirature che variano da 297 a 1250 copie numerate sul filo puro, volumi 2-6 volumi della serie in parte, solo carta di grandi dimensioni con reintrodotto. Il primo volume della nostra serie sull'essere carta corrente e gli ultimi quattro come parte del servizio stampa. Sei insolated indietro, pochi foxing. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour chacun des volumes dont le tirage varie de 297 à 1250 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil pour les volumes 2 à 6 de la série, seuls grands papiers avec les réimposés.  Le premier volume de notre série étant sur papier courant et les quatre derniers faisant partie du service de presse. Six dos insolés, quelques petites rousseurs.  

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        Spielzug 17 Linolschnitte Der Scule Prof. Josef Hoffmann

      Vienna 1922 - (Vienna 1922). Large 4to, Plates and penciled handwritten title page laid in an orange paper folder with printed yellow title label and contained in a modern custom orange board slipcase with printed title on cover and spine. Folds reinforced with archival tissue paper; plates with occasional light creasing. A remarkable collection of 17 signed linocuts in sensational color heightened with watercolor of folk toys made in Vienna by the students of Josef Hoffmann. In 1899 he was appointed professor at the Kunstgewerbeschule (School of Applied Arts). He was a founding member of the Vienna secession and co-founder of the Wiener Werkstatte in 1903 where he stayed until 1931. The Kunstgewerbeschule was an important part of the Secessionist movement and a training ground for members of the Wiener Werkstatte, most of whom were graduates. Wooden toys include toy soldiers, decorative pieces, animals and birds, many of them moveable. Several designers of these toys became important in the design world, including Christa Ehrlich, Gertrud Hochsmann, Wilhelm Rosler and Fridl Steininger. A beautiful and important collection. Size: Large 4to [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The American Vitruvius: AN ARCHITECTS' HANDBOOK OF CIVIC ART

      The Architectual Book Publishing Co., New York 1922 - 1st edition. A Very Good copy in Very Good dust jacket. Elephant folio, vi, 298 pp., profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, drawings, and plans. Light blue cloth in publisher's brown printed dust jacket. The dj is worn at the tips and the spine's crown and foot, with a small loss. The spine is slightly darkened, from contact with the paper dj. Occasional dots of soiling/drips/foxing on the text block's edges, otherwise, internally clean and bright. Previous owner's discreet name on the paste down. The dj is now protected in a mylar sleeve. A Very Good or better copy in Very Good dj. ***Hegemann and Peets' classic work on urban planning is an encyclopedic compilation of over twelve hundred illustrations, photographs, and diagrams. Their work was first published in 1922 and presented for the first time a comprehensive survey of what we would consider modern urban planning or urban design principles.*** [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SIBILLA. POEMA DRAMMATICO IN QUATTRO ATTI.

      1922. Milano, L'Eroica, 1922, cm. 29,5, pp. 219 + (11), bella legatura in mezza pelle con angoli, titoli e fregi in oro, ottimo restauro alle cerniere, copertina originale conservata, edizione numerata di 1333 copie firmate dall'Autore e dall'Editore Ettore Cozzani, nostro esemplare n. 210. Dedica al risguardo anteriore. Piccolo taglio di 3 cm. al margine della pag. 79, per il resto ottimo esemplare.

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        Fine portrait photograph, unsigned, by Marcus Adams, (1909-2002) and MARIA CRISTINA (1911-1996), Infantas, the daughters of Alfonso XIII and Queen Victoria Eugenia]

      1922 - signed by the photographer in the margin with his label on verso, showing them three quarter length seated, in short white dresses, Beatriz with a forehead ribbon, image 6" x 6" on mount 16¼" x 11½", London, Seated between the princesses is a very young girl, half length, in a white dress, who is probably Lady Iris Mountbatten, 1919-1982, daughter of their mother's brother the Marquis of Carisbrooke, and their only cousin on Queen Ena's side. From Queen Ena's private collection. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Life of Samuel Johnson

      New York: Printed for Gabriel Wells by Doubleday, Page and Company 1922 - Ten volumes (complete), 8vo., brown boards and white parchment with spine labels printed in black; profusely illustrated with engravings; top edges gilt; extra spine labels. Temple Bar edition. One of 785 numbered copies signed by the English journalist Clement Shorter, who edited the work. A gorgeous set. Shipping extra. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle

      Stokes, New York 1922 - 20 illustrations including 2 in color. 8vo, gray cloth with colored pictorial label. New York: Stokes, 1922. First Edition. Second book in the series, and also the second book to win the Newbery Prize (1923). Ownership inscription, Valentine's 1923, on the half-title, otherwise a fine, bright copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Plays in Prose and Verse Written for an Irish Theatre, and Generally with the Help of a Friend

      Macmillan and Co, London 1922 - Octavo (19.5cm.); original cloth in tan decorative dust jacket; ix,[1],445pp. Jacket a bit brittle (as usual), loss with subsequent chipping to jacket spine foot, some minor shelf wear to cloth extremities, cloth spine a hint faded, else Very Good in a Good or better jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Early Ceramic Wares of China

      New York, New York, U.S.A.: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. Presumed first printing of the first American edition, 1922. Author's preface dated February 1922. Printed and presumed bound in Great Britain. NOT ex-library and NOT an abridged edition. In the original heavy-duty binding. Medium taupe buckram binding, with crisp gilt-stamped horse design to the front board and with gilt-stamped lettering to the spine. Clean and well-preserved binding with moderate bumping to the spine tail and lower corners. Hinges are starting, as is usually the case with this edition, but the text block remains securely bound in. Deckled fore edge and bottom edge, to a handsome effect. 11.25 x 9 inches. xvii and 159 numbered pages of text, plus unnumbered pages of plates. With 100 plates, of which 12 are in color, the remainder in B&W. Heavy coated stock for the plates. Plates have tissue guards with over-printed plate identification data. Almost all the guards are pristine. No writing, staining, internal foxing or tears observed. Note, however, that the sheet constituting page 63/64, while present, is fully detached. A very clean copy, and fairly tight. Gently read. A Good Plus copy. Somewhat scarce. A heavy book.. First American Edition. Buckram. Good Plus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Plays in Prose and Verse Written for an Irish Theatre, and Generally with the Help of a Friend

      London: Macmillan and Co, 1922. First Edition. Octavo (19.5cm.); original cloth in tan decorative dust jacket; ix,[1],445pp. Jacket a bit brittle (as usual), loss with subsequent chipping to jacket spine foot, some minor shelf wear to cloth extremities, cloth spine a hint faded, else Very Good in a Good or better jacket.

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        The Early Ceramic Wares of China

      New York, New York, U.S.A.: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. Presumed first printing of the first American edition, 1922. Author's preface dated February 1922. Printed and presumed bound in Great Britain. NOT ex-library and NOT an abridged edition. In the original heavy-duty binding. Medium taupe buckram binding, with crisp gilt-stamped horse design to the front board and with gilt-stamped lettering to the spine. Clean and well-preserved binding with moderate bumping to the spine tail and lower corners. Hinges are starting, as is usually the case with this edition, but the text block remains securely bound in. Deckled fore edge and bottom edge, to a handsome effect. 11.25 x 9 inches. xvii and 159 numbered pages of text, plus unnumbered pages of plates. With 100 plates, of which 12 are in color, the remainder in B&W. Heavy coated stock for the plates. Plates have tissue guards with over-printed plate identification data. Almost all the guards are pristine. No writing, staining, internal foxing or tears observed. Note, however, that the sheet constituting page 63/64, while present, is fully detached. A very clean copy, and fairly tight. Gently read. A Good Plus copy. Somewhat scarce. A heavy book.. First American Edition. Buckram. Good Plus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Mesure de la France.

      First edition, one of 100 numbered copies on pur fil, tirage de tête after 30 light-green paper.With an autograph inscription from Pierre Drieu la Rochelle to Paul Chadourne.SPine and covers sunned in the margins as usual, internally good. Grasset Paris 1922 12x19cm broché

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        Les trois impostures

      Le divan|& Emile-Paul frères 1922 - - Le divan & Emile-Paul frères, Paris 1922, 12x17,5cm, relié. - Edition originale, un des 40 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin, tirage de tête après 20 Chine. Reliure en demi chagrin maroquiné rouge à coins, dos à cinq nerfs sertis de filets dorés et orné de doubles caissons dorés ornementés de pointillés dorés, date dorée en queue, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier turquoise, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée, reliure de l'époque. Agréable exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of 40 numbered copies on vellum, 20 deluxe edition after China. Binding half shagreen red maroquiné with corners, back with five nerves set with gold threads and decorated with double gilded boxes ornamented with golden dotted, golden tail date marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats turquoise paper, wrappers and back preserved and bound in, gilded head, contemporary binding. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L'Art Islamique En Orient. Parts I and II

      Librairie Raymond, Péra-Constantinople - Two volumes. Printed in Prague by M. Schulz 1922 (?) and 1924. Première Partie: Vieilles Faiences Turques en Asie-Mineure et a Constantinople. Deuxième Partie: Fragments d'Architecture Religieuse et Civile. The first part is a portfolio bound with cloth spine and green and gold lithographed boards with a Turkish design on both sides. Waterstain to top of cloth spine but a lovely copy. Decorative endpapers and flaps with arabesques in blue, green and gold. Eleven pages of introductory material and 39 of 40 plates (lacking plate 4). The second part is a bound volume of matching design, also with a cloth spine and green and gold lithographed boards with Turkish designs and decorative endpapers. Splendid chromolithograph title page and dedication page to the Honorable Charles R. Crane, former Ambassador to China, in honor of his protection of Turkish decorative arts. Illustrated text and sixty gorgeous color plates (some double-page) of portals, windows, iron work, facades, etc. of minarets, mausoleums and mosques. Included are the prospectus with order sheets, copies of correspondence relating to publication and a descriptive sheet for Part I which includes an announcement of Part II. It is rare to find the two parts together; some major references refer only to Part II as Part I was published earlier. Creswell 445. Atabey 1015. Illustrations can be found on my website by clicking on Catalogue 31 (item 64). Size: Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Informations Sociales (44 vols. + supplement/ 44 Bände + Ergänzungsband) - Vol. I (1922) - Vol. XLIV (1932) + Supplement: Questions Russes: Table de Matieres Vol. I a IV 1922.

      je Band Heft 1 - 13/ chaque tome Nos. 1 - 13 Gebundene Ausgabe Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig Papier altersbedingt angebräunt Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut KOMPLETTPREIS für 45 Bände bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten FRANZÖSISCH!

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        The Case For Spirit Photography

      Hutchinson & Co., London - [1922] x, 110pp with several black and white illustrations. 8.5" x 5.5". Original publisher's wraps. With ink name to inside of cover, front cover, and title page. Plate to face p. 8 loose, all plates present. Binding still tight but wraps started at spine. Remains a good clean copy . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Karol Krysik Books, Member ABAC, IOBA]
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        [Op. 7]. Georg Büchners Wozzeck Oper in 3 Akten (15 Szenen)... Op. 7 Klavierauszug von Fritz Heinrich Klein. [Piano-vocal score]

      [Vienna]: Eigentum des Komponisten [=self-published] [PN AB4], [December 1922]. Folio. Full dark green cloth with upper wrapper laid down to upper board, spine with titling gilt.v1f. (title), 1f. (dedication in facsimile of Berg's handwriting: "Alma Maria Mahler zugeeignet"), 5 ("Szenarium" [table of contents]), [i] (list of orchestral instruments), [i] (cast list), 8 (instructions for performing the Sprechstimme), [9]-231 (music), [i] (printer's note: "Gestochen und gedruckt von der Waldheim-Eberle A.G. Wien") pp. Printed photographically from engraved plates. Plate numbers flush with outer edge on pages with footnotes or ossias; shortened to "B4" on p. 182. With "Universal-Edition A.G. Wien... Leipzig U.E. Nr. 7382" overpaste to title and upper wrapper. Binding slightly rubbed and bumped; upper wrapper slightly worn, stained and creased; lower wrapper lacking. Minor wear and soiling throughout; corners of first and last leaves slightly turned; final leaves dampstained at lower outer portion. Quite a good copy overall. Rare. First Edition, first issue. The overpastes by Universal-Edition were most probably added in April 1923, when the publisher acquired the rights and Berg ordered the printer, Waldheim-Eberle, to transfer all remaining copies to Universal. The first issue by Universal, using the same plates but with new plate number U.E. 7382 and new title, was released in 1926. The arranger of the edition, Fritz Heinrich Klein (1892-1977), was a student of Berg. The publication of the piano-vocal score was made possible by the financial support of Alma Mahler; hence, the dedication. Georg Büchner's (1813-1837) fragmentary drama Woyzeck [not "Wozzeck"] was written in 1836, but it remained unpublished until 1879 and did not see the stage before Max Reinhardt produced it in Munich in 1913. Its Viennese premiere, in 1914, prompted Berg to compose his opera--the first atonal opera in history and arguably the most successful one to this day. "Wozzeck was an epoch-making work that broke new ground musically, emotionally and dramatically. If Büchner's play was discovered and first performed at a time when its techniques and concerns seemed strikingly contemporary, it also appeared at a moment when its extreme states were peculiarly suited to Berg's musical language - an atonal language that, constantly hovering on the edge of tonal confirmation, becomes a perfect musical metaphor for the emotional and mental state of the opera's chief protagonist. The world that the opera presents is a projection of the tortured mind of Wozzeck himself: a world without normality or humanity and peopled by grotesques, a haunted world of strange, hallucinatory voices and visions and of natural phenomena indifferent to the human tragedy being played out." Douglas Jarman in Grove online.

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        The Beautiful and Damned

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first state. (States "Published March 1922" on copyright page with no Scribner's colophon.)449 p. Dark greenish blue cloth with blindstamped front cover, gilt-lettered spine. Very Good condition. No jacket. Exposed tips, small bit of fraying at head, and rubbing along bottom edge. Name and date written on ffep in pen. Binding a bit shaken. Dedication page improperly cut during production with small marginal tear. A nice copy.

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        [Op. 7]. Georg Büchners Wozzeck Oper in 3 Akten (15 Szenen)... Op. 7 Klavierauszug von Fritz Heinrich Klein. [Piano-vocal score]

      [Vienna]: Eigentum des Komponisten [=self-published] [PN AB4], 1922. Rare. First Edition, first issue. The overpastes by Universal-Edition were most probably added in April 1923, when the publisher acquired the rights and Berg ordered the printer, Waldheim-Eberle, to transfer all remaining copies to Universal. The first issue by Universal, using the same plates but with new plate number U.E. 7382 and new title, was released in 1926. The arranger of the edition, Fritz Heinrich Klein (1892-1977), was a student of Berg. The publication of the piano-vocal score was made possible by the financial support of Alma Mahler; hence, the dedication. Georg Büchner's (1813-1837) fragmentary drama Woyzeck [not "Wozzeck"] was written in 1836, but it remained unpublished until 1879 and did not see the stage before Max Reinhardt produced it in Munich in 1913. Its Viennese premiere, in 1914, prompted Berg to compose his opera?the first atonal opera in history and arguably the most successful one to this day. "Wozzeck was an epoch-making work that broke new ground musically, emotionally and dramatically. If Büchner's play was discovered and first performed at a time when its techniques and concerns seemed strikingly contemporary, it also appeared at a moment when its extreme states were peculiarly suited to Berg's musical language - an atonal language that, constantly hovering on the edge of tonal confirmation, becomes a perfect musical metaphor for the emotional and mental state of the opera's chief protagonist. The world that the opera presents is a projection of the tortured mind of Wozzeck himself: a world without normality or humanity and peopled by grotesques, a haunted world of strange, hallucinatory voices and visions and of natural phenomena indifferent to the human tragedy being played out." Douglas Jarman in Grove online. Folio. Full dark green cloth with upper wrapper laid down to upper board, spine with titling gilt.v1f. (title), 1f. (dedication in facsimile of Berg's handwriting: "Alma Maria Mahler zugeeignet"), 5 ("Szenarium" [table of contents]), [i] (list of orchestral instruments), [i] (cast list), 8 (instructions for performing the Sprechstimme), [9]-231 (music), [i] (printer's note: "Gestochen und gedruckt von der Waldheim-Eberle A.G. Wien") pp. Printed photographically from engraved plates. Plate numbers flush with outer edge on pages with footnotes or ossias; shortened to "B4" on p. 182. With "Universal-Edition A.G. Wien... Leipzig U.E. Nr. 7382" overpaste to title and upper wrapper. Binding slightly rubbed and bumped; upper wrapper slightly worn, stained and creased; lower wrapper lacking. Minor wear and soiling throughout; corners of first and last leaves slightly turned; final leaves dampstained at lower outer portion. Quite a good copy overall.

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        Rainbow Valley

      Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, Limited, 1922. Undetermined. very good. reprinted. [viii] 341pp. Octavo. Publisher's light green cloth; title and author in black. Spine title in same; minor shelf soil to crown and foot. Corners lightly rubbed. Illustrated dust jacket. 7cm loss to upper rear panel, small closed tear to lower edge of same. 9cm narrow loss to crown and upper edge of front panel, smaller loss to lower edge of same; some chips to foot and jacket corners at inner flaps. S A A tight copy; inner textblock clean. Boldly signed by Montgomery across the middle of the front free endpaper. The dust wrapper has its problems but overall present's still quite well. The list of titles on the rear panel of the wrapper shows Rainbow Valley as the last title published. It seems that ever this early reprint in wrapper is very scarce especially so signed by Montgomery. Russell 339, Lechowick P 72 does not seem to have found an early Canadian edition in the wrapper. 1922

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        JUDAICA CHILDREN'S BOOK ILL. 40 COLOR LINOCUT PLATES M.BEIGEL PAPER CUTOUTS 1922

      RARE! JUDAICA 1922 ILL.CHILDREN'S BOOK 40 COLOR LINOCUT PLATES M.A. BEIGEL. PAPER CUTOUTS Omanut ṿe-umanut : gezirah bi-neyar M.A. (Mosheh Aharon) Beigel 1886- 1969 (Russia, Ukraine - Tel-Aviv) אמנות ואומנות :

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        Op. 7]. Georg Büchners Wozzeck Oper in 3 Akten (15 Szenen). Op. 7 Klavierauszug von Fritz Heinrich Klein. [Piano-vocal score]

      Eigentum des Komponisten [=self-published] [PN AB4], [Vienna] 1922 - Folio. Full dark green cloth with upper wrapper laid down to upper board, spine with titling gilt.v1f. (title), 1f. (dedication in facsimile of Berg's handwriting: "Alma Maria Mahler zugeeignet"), 5 ("Szenarium" [table of contents]), [i] (list of orchestral instruments), [i] (cast list), 8 (instructions for performing the Sprechstimme), [9]-231 (music), [i] (printer's note: "Gestochen und gedruckt von der Waldheim-Eberle A.G. Wien") pp. Printed photographically from engraved plates. Plate numbers flush with outer edge on pages with footnotes or ossias; shortened to "B4" on p. 182.With "Universal-Edition A.G. Wien. Leipzig U.E. Nr. 7382" overpaste to title and upper wrapper.Binding slightly rubbed and bumped; upper wrapper slightly worn, stained and creased; lower wrapper lacking. Minor wear and soiling throughout; corners of first and last leaves slightly turned; final leaves dampstained at lower outer portion. Quite a good copy overall. Rare. First Edition, first issue. The overpastes by Universal-Edition were most probably added in April 1923, when the publisher acquired the rights and Berg ordered the printer, Waldheim-Eberle, to transfer all remaining copies to Universal. The first issue by Universal, using the same plates but with new plate number U.E. 7382 and new title, was released in 1926.The arranger of the edition, Fritz Heinrich Klein (1892-1977), was a student of Berg. The publication of the piano-vocal score was made possible by the financial support of Alma Mahler; hence, the dedication. Georg Büchner's (1813-1837) fragmentary drama Woyzeck [not "Wozzeck"] was written in 1836, but it remained unpublished until 1879 and did not see the stage before Max Reinhardt produced it in Munich in 1913. Its Viennese premiere, in 1914, prompted Berg to compose his opera?the first atonal opera in history and arguably the most successful one to this day."Wozzeck was an epoch-making work that broke new ground musically, emotionally and dramatically. If Büchner's play was discovered and first performed at a time when its techniques and concerns seemed strikingly contemporary, it also appeared at a moment when its extreme states were peculiarly suited to Berg's musical language - an atonal language that, constantly hovering on the edge of tonal confirmation, becomes a perfect musical metaphor for the emotional and mental state of the opera's chief protagonist. The world that the opera presents is a projection of the tortured mind of Wozzeck himself: a world without normality or humanity and peopled by grotesques, a haunted world of strange, hallucinatory voices and visions and of natural phenomena indifferent to the human tragedy being played out." Douglas Jarman in Grove online [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jacob's Room

      Richmond, Hogarth Press 1922 - First edition. Crocus-yellow cloth boards, white spine-label lettered in black. One of forty copies issued for "A" subscribers with a printed slip signed by the author tipped onto the front free endpaper. Rebecca West's copy with her name in Virginia Woolf's hand. West was famously to review the novel in "The New Statesman" (2 November 1922), writing of the author (whom she had yet to meet) that: " . . . [she] has again provided us with a demonstration that she is at once a negligible novelist and a supremely important writer." Some foxing else an excellent copy in custom-made box. Kirkpatrick A6a; Woolmer 26. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Grogan]
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