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2019-01-02 05:18:02
John Maynard Keynes
A Revision Of The Treaty : Being A Sequel To The Economic Consequences of Peace, John Maynard Keynes, Macmillan, 1922, First Edition First Impression, Signed Whilst copies of this historically significant volume are uncommon, we are unaware of any signed copies of any of Keynes' works for sale anywhere in the world today and know of only a couple that have come to the market in the last few years. Following the success of Keynes's first work on the question of German reparations, The Economic Consequences of the Peace, The Sunday Times paid Keynes a large sum for five widely syndicated articles on the same subject, which appeared in August and September 1921. This work collects and revises these articles; Keynes had originally proposed to his publisher a revision of Economic Consequences, but was persuaded that circumstances necessitated a new work. A Revision of the Treaty therefore includes an analysis of the diplomatic grappling of the previous years, and questions the legality of France's repeated threats to occupy the Ruhr, which they would carry out the following year. Keynes is unsympathetic to all sides, including the Germans' proposals. The binding is exceptionally straight and tight, the blue boards with gold lettering to the spine have some darkening in line with age and a little rubbing. The endpapers and pages are clean and free from tears and marks. Foxing is limited to the endpapers only. The author's signature has been tipped in to the first blank page. No dust jacket. Will be despatched (fully insured, tracked and signed for) by courier carefully packaged i … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: randabooks [Birmingham, GB]
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2019-01-02 02:00:38
Proust
Albert & Charles Boni, Henry Holt, Seltzer. Clean and tight 11 volumes with no previous owner's markings and minimal signs of previous use. Some minor corner and edge wear to paper and glassine dust jackets. Slipcases have some minor repair at the edges. See item description for full condition report. Payment | Shipping Marcel Proust REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST First edition /dust jackets slipcases Eleven volume complete set of Proust's masterwork, REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST including the rare dust jackets and slipcases and with all first issue points. New York: Henry Holt, Thomas Seltzer, and Albert & Charles Boni, 1922-1932. The full 11 volumes issued between 1922 and 1932 in the first U.S. edition / first printing. Given the 10 year period over which these were published, and the change of publishers, very few complete sets were assembled. The Scott Moncrieff translation consisting of: "Swann's Way" in two volumes, "Within a Budding Grove" in two volumes, "The Guermantes Way" in two volumes, "Cities of the Plain (Sodom and Gomorrah)" in two volumes, "The Captive", and "The Sweet Cheat Gone." The final volume, "The Past Recaptured" was translated by Frederick A. Blossom due to Moncrieff's death. The 11 volumes are in the original cloth bindings in the original glassine or paper dust jackets, and with the original slipcases. They are all first printings of the first edition. Cities of the Plain was issued as a limited edition of 2000 copies in white cloth with gilt spine lettering, and our copy is hand-numbered 1318; it is housed in the original slipcase, complete with lid … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: Russell's Bookstore [West Hollywood, California, US]
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2019-01-02 00:39:21
Mann, Thomas:
Berlin, S. Fischer Verlag, 1922. 8°. 19 cm. XLVII, 630 Seiten, 3 Blatt. Blauer Original-Ganzlederband mit goldgeprägter Deckelvignette, goldgeprägtem Titel auf rotem Lederschildchen. Kopfgoldschnitt. (Thomas Mann. Gesammelte Werke). Nummer 67 von 150 nummerierten und von Thomas Mann im Impressum signierten Exemplaren auf Hadern-Velin-Papier. Bürgin II 1, Ausgabe III, Potempa A1, Ausgabe IV. 19. - 24. Auflage. Einband minimalst berieben, Rücken aufgehellt, (Farbe ist hellbraun). Sehr gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Signatur, signiert / signature, signed copy; Vorzugsausgabe / limited edition
Vendeur: Antiquariat Lenzen [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2019-01-01 22:56:03
V. Svetloff
ANNA PAVLOVA SIGNED 1922 by V. SVETLOFF one of 300 ENGLISH COPIES THIS AUCTION IS FOR A VERY RARE COPY OF ANNA PAVLOVA BY V. SVETLOFF, Tranlated from the Russian by A. Grey with woodcuts by D. Galanis. Each of my photos has multiple photos because there is too much to say and to show to put into twelve images. THIS BOOK WAS PRINTED IN A 325 COPY FRENCH HARDCOVER EDITION, SIGNED BY THE PUBLISHER, AND IN A 300 COPY SOFTCOVER EDITION IN ENGLISH SIGNED BY BOTH ANNA PAVLOVA AND THE PUBLISHER. THIS IS THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDITION, AND IS NUMBER 160 OF THE 300 COPIES (PHOTO 1). Both versions were published by M De Brunoff in France. THE PAVLOVA SIGNATURE IS IN BLUE INK ON THE TOP OF THE HALF TITLE PAGE. THIS IS A HANDMADE BOOKS WITH EACH SECTION OF PAGES INDIVIDUALLY SEWN IN TO THE BOOK AND THE OUTER SOFT WRAP BY ONLY A SINGLE THREAD. I DON'T KNOW HOW MANY OF THESE COULD HAVE SURVIVED. In addition to being signed by Pavlova, the book is signed on the limitations page by De Brunoff just below the number of this book in the edition. (photo 1) The soft cover book is in its original rice paper jacket which is damaged with sections having been torn off . Much of it is present but not all of it (photo 2). The slip case is intact but is heavily worn around all edges, though there are no splits (photo 2). Because of the way the book was put together, each section of pages has a space between. In a hardcover book, you would see it as being splits in the binding but this book was never truly bound other than by that single string. I don't know why anyone would make a Deluxe copy of a book i … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: 718estelle [East Norwich, New York, US]
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2019-01-01 07:45:24
HAWTHORNE, Nathaniel. A Wonder Book. London: Hodder& Stoughton, Ltd., 1922. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION. 1 vol., quarto, illustrated in B&W and tipped in color plates by Arthur Rackham, limited to 600 numbered and signed copies of which this is #516, bound in the publisher's gilt stamped cream cloth, top edge gilt, others uncut, internally clean and bright, an unusually bright clean copy, lower back corners slightly bumped otherwise NEAR FINE. Who we are - D&D Galleries was founded in 1985. We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA), the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB), and the Provincial Bookfair Association of Great Britain (PBFA). So bid and buy with confidence. Our inventory (largely English language only) is slightly eclectic and ranges from the 16th through the 20th centuries with sub-specialties in S.T.C. and Wing books, Lewis Carroll, Charles Dickens, presentation and association material as well as 17th and 18th C. British history, sets and bindings. Terms - Any item(s) may be returned with 7 days for a full refund if found to be not authentic or substantially at odds with our description or pictures. Items returned must be received in the same condition and completeness as sent. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Vendeur: D&D Galleries [Somerville, New Jersey, US]
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2019-01-01 07:45:24
HAWTHORNE, Nathaniel
London: Hodder& Stoughton, Ltd., 1922. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION. 1 vol., quarto, illustrated in B&W and tipped in color plates by Arthur Rackham, limited to 600 numbered and signed copies of which this is #516, bound in the publisher's gilt stamped cream cloth, top edge gilt, others uncut, internally clean and bright, an unusually bright clean copy, lower back corners slightly bumped otherwise NEAR FINE. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Vendeur: D&D Galleries - ABAA [Somerville, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2018-12-31 18:13:07
MASEREEL Frans
1922. MASEREEL Frans - My book of hours MASEREEL Frans My book of hours Chez l'auteur, Paris 1922, 13,5x20,5cm, reliure de l'éditeur. Edition originale imprimée à 600 exemplaires numérotés et justifiés par Frans Masereel.Reliure de l'éditeur en plein cartonnage crème, dos lisse légèrement insolé.Préface de Romain Rolland.Ouvrage illustré de 167 bois gravés de Frans Masereel.Rare envoi autographe signé de Frans Masereel au grand plasticien, graveur, peintre et dessinateur Jules de Bruycker qui initia lui-même Frans Masereel à la gravure. *** [Please note that the English version might contain errors of translation, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!] My Book of Hours Chez l'auteur, Paris 1922, 13,5 x 20,5 cm, publisher's bindingFirst edition printed in 600 numbered copies and justified by Frans Masereel.Bound in publisher's cream-colored boards, lightly sunned spine.Foreword by Romain Rolland.Illustrated with 167 wood engravings by Frans Masereel.Rare autograph inscription signed by Frans Masereel to the great visual artist, engraver, painter and illustrator Jules de Bruycker, who taught Frans Masereel the art of engraving. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Vendeur: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-12-31 07:59:27
Odilon Roche; Maurice Dupont
Paris: Librairie des Arts Decoratifs. Two Volumes. UNDATED, but Worldcat suggests 1922. First Series by Roche, quarto, 32.7*25cm, 12pp introduction in French, plus 52 loose plates (should contain 54 plates, lacking Plate 20, Plate 27), folder worn, some soiling and creasing to edges of a few plates. Second Series by Dupont, quarto, 32.3*25.1cm, 12pp introduction in French, plus 50 loose plates (should contain 54 plates, lacking Plate 14, Plate 24, Plate 30, and Plate 50), folder worn, some soiling and creasing to edges of a few plates. [Attributes: First Edition]
Vendeur: Chinese Art Books [Baoding, HEBEI, China]
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2018-12-31 05:52:02
F Scott Fitzgerald
Condition: Very Good. Charles Scribner's Sons 449 pp.March, 1922.
Vendeur: CaryCo Auctions (tru.car) [Connecticut, USA, US]
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2018-12-30 08:29:42
Cherry-Garrard, Apsley
England: Cherry-Garrard, Apsley. The Worst Journey In The World: Antarctic 1910-1913. London: Constable. Printed by R & R Clark, Edinburgh, 1922. First Edition, First Printing. Collates complete with all illustrations. With Panoramas, Maps, and Illustrations by the Late Doctor Edward A. Wilson and Other Members of the Expedition. 2 volumes. Large octavo. Vol. I: lxiv (half-title, frontis, t.p., author's note, preface, contents, illustration list, introduction); 300 pp; [4] (appendix); 36 illustrations on 30 plate leaves (4 color (including frontis with tissue guard), 2 folding panoramas); plus 4 maps (3 folding). Vol. II: viii (half-title, frontis, t.p., contents, illustration list); 301 - 585pp (including index); 32 illustrations on 28 plate leaves (2 color (including frontis with tissue guard), 8 folding panoramas); plus 1 map (folding). Bound in original quarter course tan linen on blue-gray papered boards, lettered paper spine labels with duplicate tipped in at each volume's front free endleaf, all edges uncut, blue-gray endpapers, binder's blank leaf at end of vol. II. This is a complete 2 volume set in its original publisher's first printing state. Head and tail of bindings bumped with minor wear; paper spine labels with minor chipping at extremities; covers straight with some soiling; simple scripted dedication to first free leaf; small bookseller label to front pastedown; 1 or 2 shallow marginal tears with no loss; mild foxing mostly at edges; overall, very good plus. [Attributes: First Edition]
Vendeur: jremington1 [Santa Monica, California, US]
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2018-12-30 00:48:24
Losses to paper from when mat was previously glued down (as seen in photos). Toning to paper and mat, pencil notes from publication. An original Art Deco painting by French illustrator Pierre Brissaud, published in Le Gazette du Bon Ton, January-June, 1922. Gouache, watercolor and ink on paper, matted. The painting was published with a story entitled "Gentil Coq'licot Mesdames" and depicts two elegant women sitting by a riverbank, one fishing. It is signed and dated "Pierre Brissaud / 1922" in the grass (see detail). The magazine photos are for reference only and are NOT included in this lot. Image size: 7.5 x 11.5 in. Sheet size: 8.5 x 12.25 in. Mat size: 14 x 17 in.
Vendeur: wintergreen_va [Charlottesville, Virginia, US]
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2018-12-29 01:53:44
Hermann Hesse
Superb condition with original wrappers bound in. Clean and tight with no previous owner's markings. Typed story signed and dedicated in ink by Hesse in Fine condition, with mailing folds. The story, entitled "Aprilbrief" is in German and dedicated by Hesse to Frl. Ursula Schwerin, with a one-line inscription. It was written in Montagnola in 1952 and is not a letter, despite the title, according to the inscription. Payment | Shipping 1922 Fischer True 1st ed 1st print SIDDHARTHA + SIGNED STORY BY HERMANN HESSE SIDDHARTHA by Hermann Hesse, the correct first edition / first printing in the German language. One of the Holy Grails of book collecting, Siddhartha in the original German was published a full 30 years before the English language translation---due in large part to World War II and Hesse's exile. Laid in is an original typed SIGNED STORY/ REVIEW written by Hermann Hesse in Switzerland in the early 50's entitled "Aprilbrief," inscribed to Fraulein Ursula Schwerin, with a one line dedication in Hesse's hand. This comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Book details: Berlin: S. Fischer Verlag, 1922. First edition / first printing, with "Erste bis sechste Auflage" to the copyright page, as required. Not a later printing (dated 1922 on title page, as required, and all titles in the list of Hesse publications at the rear pre-date 1922 in their various editions and printings, per Mileck.) This copy has been bound in a superb blind-stamped burnished orange leather binding, with four raised bands on the spine, and blind-stamped date of 1922 at the heel. The original wrappers … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: Russell's Bookstore [West Hollywood, California, US]
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2018-12-28 21:02:13
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang v.
München, Arche-Verlag, 1922. 4°. 33 S. mit 8 sign. Orig.-Lithographien von Alphons Woelfle. OPrgt. mit goldgepr. Deckelvignette, goldgepr. Deckelfiletten u. Innenkantenverg. (Entwurf: A. Woelfle). Dorn 645. Sennewald 246, 22, 2. - Nr. 10 von nur 20 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe auf Bütten in Ganzpergament (GA 100 Exemplare). - Die Lithographien wurden mit der Hand auf Japan abgezogen und sind alle von A. Woelfle signiert. - Der Zeichner, Karikaturist und Buchkünstler A. Woelfle (1884-1951) arbeitete zunächst für A. Langen in Paris, danach Studienreisen nach Nordafrika, Spanien und Italien. Nach dem ersten Weltkrieg arbeitete er für zahlreiche Berliner und Münchner Verlage als Illustrator, Karikaturist und Redakteur. - Pressenfrisches Exemplar aus der Bilbliothek des Bergwerksdirektors Wilhelm Kesten (1875-1958) mit dessen gestoch. Exlibris von Hermann Kätelhön (1884-1940). Sprache: deutsch. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Vendeur: Antiquariat Haufe & Lutz [Karlsruhe, Germany]
2018-12-28 19:57:06
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von,: Faust. 1 - 3. Ernst Ludwig Presse, Darmstadt 1922 - 1924. 4to, handgebundener Pergamentband. 214 SS., 3 nn. Bll., 323 SS., 5 nn. SS.,147 SS., 5 nn. SS.. 1000/1000/400 Exemplare. Der Tragödie erster Teil; Der Tragödie zweiter Teil; Der Tragödie ursprüngliche Gestalt (Urfaust). Pergamentband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, mehrfarbig handumstochenes Kapital und Kopfschnittvergoldung. Rodenberg 81; Schauer II, 65, Eyssen 2f; Kleukens-Archiv ELP 117.. Privatverkauf, daher keine Garantie (außer auf Echtheit natürlich), Gewährleistung und Rücknahmen. Bei Rückfragen: 017649263658.
Vendeur: deusenkorn [Dortmund, Germany]
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2018-12-28 06:16:02
Leivick, H. (1888-1962)
Farlag Kultur-Liga, Warsaw, Poland, 1922. In Yiddish. 234 pages. 228 x 160 mm. Printed in 3,500 copies, few of which survived, partly because of the quality of paper, which is yellowed, fragile and acidic. Detached in binding. Title page detached. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Vendeur: Meir Turner [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2018-12-28 00:53:29
ELIOT, T. S.
1922. ELIOT, T. S. THE WASTE LAND. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1922. First edition, first state. [2], [6], 9-64 pp. 8vo. flexible black cloth boards stamped in gilt. Edges untrimmed. Stamped number 394 (of 1,000) on verso of title page. First state, "mountain" spelled correctly with an "a" in line 339 (p. 41). Cloth sunned evenly, spine overopened at p. 48-49, erasures of former owner's pencile notes, verso of half title and pages 10, 12, 16. A few pages have small chips, not affecting text, or faint smudges. Ink date "1/21/1924" on ffep. Bookseller's label on rear pastedown. Overall a good copy, (Gallup, A6a). .
Vendeur: Boston Book Company [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2018-12-25 09:25:26
November 1922 6.5x9.75 softcover in good condition (2 black marks on front cover, large tear to bottom right corner, spine has pieces missing-please see all photos; spine is tight, frontispiece is still attached, no writing, no loose pages) of The DIAL vol. LXXIII number 5 contains the first US appearance of T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land. Also contains writing and illustrations by Robert Delaunay, William Butler Yeats, Mina Loy, Constantin Brancusi, Arthur Schnitzler, Pablo Picasso, Elie Faure, Sherwood Anderson, Ezra Pound, and many others, pages 473-592. Free shipping (priority mail). Paypal only. [Attributes: First Edition]
Vendeur: florencerey [Portland, Oregon, US]
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2018-12-24 08:12:25
Cesare Levi
A.F. Formiggini, 1922. Scheda in lavorazione. A breve verra' aggiornato il prezzo. Ci scusiamo per il disagio Profili N. 59. Volumetto in brossura in carta opaca in discrete condizioni, dorato dal tempo, molto piegato e con abbondante fioritura. Pagine interne ambrate, lieve fioritura. Dorso stanco, legatura precaria. Pagine 80. USATO
Vendeur: Biblioteca di Babele [IT]
2018-12-24 08:12:24
Cesare Levi
ROMA: A.F. Formiggini, 1922. BROSSURA. BUONO. 10 17. SUG2413 Profili BIOGRAFIA 004 USATO
Vendeur: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBabele [Italy]
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2018-12-24 07:01:28
Oakley, Violet.
[ Philadelphia: 1922 ]. Violet Oakley (1874-1961) was a New Jersey-born artist, Quaker, and the first woman to receive a public mural commission. For The Holy Experiment, she traveled to Italy to see the work of Italian master artists firsthand; she then went to England, where she researched William PennÕs life and influences. Per the author, each mural depicts events that influenced Quaker ideology and PennÕs lifelong search for peace, acceptance, individual liberty and religious tolerance. Large folio. folio (15 5/8Ó x 23Ó). [+7, author biography, list of subscribers, and index] loose pages in seven folders, Twenty-two tipped-in color lithographic plates with gold borders, including a folding plate that extends to 26Ó, illustrating murals and designs from the authorÕs work at the Pennsylvania State Capital. Text printed in red, black, and blue with several initial letters in gold after OakleyÕs calligraphy. Printed upon San Matto paper, imported from Italy by the Japan Paper Company. Dedicated to William Penn. Loose sheets, housed in original tan morocco lettered in gilt and stamped decoratively in brown with floral and geometric designs, brass clasps, gilt endpapers. Minor soiling and light rubbing to binding extremities, light wear and a bit of chipping to gold endpapers. A remarkably fine, uncut copy of a fragile work, scarce n the original box. One of 500 copies, signed by the author. 250 copies comprised the international edition with translations in French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Japanese. The pages of the original manuscript were written and illuminated by t … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A. [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]
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2018-12-24 03:07:35
Tsvetaeva, Marina
Moscow: GIZ, 1922. 159 pp.: ill. 18x14 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. Spine is slightly rubbed, otherwise near fine. First edition. One of 2000 copies. Illustrated throughout by modernist artist Dmitriy Mitrokhin (1883-1973). The first edition of the famous poem by Marina Tsvetaeva (1892-1932), the poem was based on Russian folk tale by the same title. Tsvetaeva wrote Afanasiev's adaptation and decided to turn it into a poem, although she changed the plot significantly. The story of the love of a merchant son and a princess lost its fairytale ending, in Tsvetaeva's version the story ended in the parting. The narration changed its angle also: in original fairytale the merchant son is the hero, undertaking different quests in pursuit of his loved one but in Tsvetaeva's version the tale turns into story about the feeble masculinity, also the girl is the narrator. Tsvetaeva added couple of semi-erotic scenes to the original story, beautifully reflected by Dmitriy Mitrokhin. Mitrokhin illustrated books throughout his life, he is best known for his participation in 'Mir Iskusstva' [i.e. World of Art] group. His style varied from classical to symbolistic. In 1920s Mitrokhin's woodcuts and engravings were more abstract. In this particular work a strong influence of Natalia Goncharova could be seen with whom Mitrokhin was closely associated. The same year the Berlin edition came out which is more common in our experience.
Vendeur: Bookvica [Georgia]
2018-12-23 05:48:00
James Joyce
Number 1943 of 2000 copies printed on handmade paper, 1922, published for The Egoist Press, London, by John Rodker, Paris, October 1922. Printed in Dijon from the original plates (when Sylvia Beach's original print run had been exhausted in the middle of 1922, The Egoist Press bought the original plates for the production of this book, published the same year as the first Shakespeare & Co edition). Freshly and beautifully rebound in spotless blue buckram cloth, in the same colour as the original wraps, which are bound in. Book is very firm and square, with no writing or inscriptions. Pages are clean and still bright, as the handmade paper quality was high, unlike the later Shakespeare & Co printings. The wraps are clean and whole, with just a few small closed edge tears that are barely noticeable. The new endpapers within the new binding are cream and match the pages of the original book in colour and texture. A beautiful copy of the classic book from James Joyce, sympathetically bound and presented in a way that does justice to the original form. [Attributes: First Edition]
Vendeur: alphavillebooks [Epsom, GB]
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2018-12-23 05:48:00
James Joyce
London: Egoist Press, 1922. Excellent Antique Condition. Increasingly rare edition. Appears to be one of the 500 that was destroyed due to content. [Attributes: First Edition]
Vendeur: mhs17701 [Williamsport, Pennsylvania, US]
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2018-12-22 08:42:55
A S Puschkin
Munich: Orchis-Verlag. Condition: Very Good +. Very handsome 1922 German translation (by Johannes von Guenther) of Pushkin's 1820 epic poem "Ruslan and Ludmila". Wonderfully illustrated in rich color by Wassilij Masjutin. Tight and VG+ in its off-white printed boards, with light, forgivable soiling to the panels. Folio, 67 pgs., lovely decorative bordering to the verse.
Vendeur: appledore_books [Waccabuc, New York, US]
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2018-12-21 14:14:49
Frans MASEREEL
First Edition printed with 600 copies numbered and justified by Frans Masereel .Binding of the editor in full cardboard cream, smooth back slightly insolated.Illustrated book of 167 wood engraved by Frans Masereel.Rare autograph dedication signed by Frans Masereel to the great visual artist, engraver, painter and designer Jules de Bruycker.Chez l'auteur Paris 1922 13,5x20,5cm reliure de l'éditeur
Vendeur: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2018-12-20 14:47:49
Meseck, Felix (1883-1955)
Berlin, Fritz Gurlitt, o. J. [um 1922]. Folio: 38 x 31 cm. 10 Radierungen (ca. 22 x 15 cm) montiert unter Passepartout. 10 Kaltnadelarbeiten.Orig.-HLeinenmappe mit radierter Illustration. Eins von 10 numerierten Exemplaren der |Vorzugsausgabe| mit den Radierungen auf Japan jedoch nicht in der HPergamentmappe (Gesamt 70). Jedes Blatt einschließlich der Deckelillustration von Meseck |signiert|. Der Künstler behandelt in schmalen Linien erotische Themen; vom zarten Liebeswerben bis hin zu fast orgiastischen und bacchantischen Szenen, aber auch Zurückweisung, Erschöpfung, Alter. Abweichend vom Impressum hier in der HLeinenmappe (statt in Halbpergament). Mappe gebräunt, Vorderdeckel stärker angestaubt. Flügel im Knick mit Einrissen. Das Impressumsblatt mit Randläsuren. Passepartouts gedunkelt. Leicht angestaubt. Bilderlex. IV, S. 670. Vollmer 3, S. 377. ------------ 1 vignette on front cover and 10 dry points plates, all signed in pencil. Edition limited to 70 copies. One of the first 10 copies on Japan paper, under half cloth portfolio (the justif. points to 'Halbpergamentmappe' for those copies). By the German engraver Felix Meseck (1883 - 1955). ------------------------- |English description available on request. Traduction française sur demande.|
Vendeur: Antiquariat Ars Amandi [Germany]
2018-12-20 01:27:20
Frederich Mistral
Dorbon-Aine, 1922. The binding is exquisite and unfortunately there is no indication of who the binder was. Spine faded; near fine in very good slipcase. Description Unpaginated. Mounted color illustrations by Frederic Montenard throughout. (4to) 30.5x24 cm (12x9½") custom full black morocco with onlays of various color morocco leathers, blindstamped dentelles with on-lay corner devices. No. 182 of 300 copies on paper. Condition The binding is exquisite and unfortunately there is no indication of who the binder was. Spine faded; near fine in very good slipcase. About this book Frédéric Mistral (8 September 1830 - 25 March 1914) was a French writer and lexicographer of the Occitan language. Mistral received the 1904 Nobel Prize in Literature "in recognition of the fresh originality and true inspiration of his poetic production, which faithfully reflects the natural scenery and native spirit of his people, and, in addition, his significant work as a Provençal philologist". He was a founding member of Félibrige and a member of l'Académie de Marseille. (Wikipedia) Frédéric Montenard (17 May 1849, Paris - 11 February 1926, Besse-sur-Issole) was a French landscape and seascape painter. Mistral's most important work is Mirèio (Mireille), published in 1859, after eight years of effort. Mirèio, a long poem in Provençal consisting of twelve songs, tells of the thwarted love of Vincent and Mireille, two young Provençal people of different social backgrounds. The name Mireille (Mirèio in Provence) is a doublet of the word meraviho which means wonder. Mistral used the occasion not only … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: yamhillbook [Yamhill, Oregon, US]
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2018-12-19 10:14:11
Etat Neuf. Litterature Nouvelle Serie Andre Breton, Louis Aragon, Philippe Soupault Paris, Avril 1922, 1 Fascicule In-4 broche Edition originale Contributions de Rigaut, Vitrac, Baron, Soupault, Breton, Aragon, Eluard, Peret Offres directes acceptees Envoi dans le monde entier Remise en mains propres possible sur Paris mi-janvier 2019 Bon Etat interieur, dos restaure, plats desolidarises Autres ouvrages disponibles sur demande ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Andre Breton , Antonin Artaud , Rene Crevel , Georges Bataille , Robert Desnos , Rene Char , Louis Aragon , Paul Eluard , Tristan Tzara , surrealisme , dada , livre rare , envoi autographe , curiosa , photographie , surrealisme , varia , photography , edition originale , max ernst , pablo picasso , salvador dali , toyen , victor brauner , roberto matta , joan miro , georeges hugnet , benjamin peret , julien gracq , henri michaux , jorge camacho marcel duchamp , hans bellmer , erro , mimi parent , jean benoit , pierre alechinsky , cobra , gherasim luca , philippe soupault , man ray , andre masson , michel leiris. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Vendeur: loumloum [PARIS, FR]
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2018-12-19 07:59:10
Sargent, Winthrop
[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. A very nice copy. Brown printed wrappers over boards.
Vendeur: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-19 07:59:05
ENJOY OUR SALE! All enquiries : aqualibris@rocketmail.com A REMARKABLE OVERSIZED FOLIO OF LITHOGRAPHS, L'OEUVRE DE LEON BAKST POUR LA BELLE AU BOIS DORMANT. COSTUME AND SET DESIGNS, FOR DIAGHILEV'S PRODUCTION OF TCHAIKOVSKY'S BALLET. LIMITED FIRST EDITION ( FRENCH EDITION), SIGNED BY BAKST AND THE PUBLISHER, BRUNOFF. A magnificent and impressive folio, very rare. Large volume, profusely illustrated with 54 full colour lithograph plates under captioned monogrammed tissues, some with silver and gold ink highlights, each on a cream mount, edged with a deep plate mark, additionally, decorative title page with a small lithograph and other decorative vignettes and drawings, in addition, a portrait of Leon Bakst by Picasso. Book: Bakst: L`Oeuvre de Leon Bakst pour La Belle au Bois Dormant. Issued by M. de Brunoff, in Paris, 1922, in large format. Contents on handmade paper, with illustrations comprising 54 separately printed and mounted full page lithographs under monogrammed tissues, other small lithographs, drawings and vignettes in the text. Works in set design and costume design. ( See Puss in Boots, Carabas, Russian Buffoon and other characters...). Text in French. Signed by Leon Bakst and his publisher on the limitation page, this edition is of 500 copies only. The size approx. 39cm X 29cm X 6cm . Text is on untrimmed, or rough-cut paper with two uncut edges and straight upper edge. This is one of the most beautiful and impressive art folios we have had the pleasure to behold in our time. Interesting and insightful text. Many photographs below. All of the mounted lithographs … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: aqualibris [United Kingdom, GB]
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2018-12-18 22:47:43
Sabatini, Rafael
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1922. Wyeth, N.C. First American edition. Frontispiece by N.C. Wyeth. iv, 356pp. 8vo. Sabatini's most famous swashbuckler. Sabatini's most famous book, the adventure of an English doctor sold into slavery who escapes to become a feared pirate. The first film adaptation was done in 1923, just a year after the book came out. In 1935 an unknown Errol Flynn took the place of Robert Donat as the lead and never looked back. Publisher's black cloth, stamped in red. Two tiny holes in front gutter of the cloth, otherwise fine, in N.C. Wyeth illustrated dust-jacket with only slight wear. Ownership signature of W.L. Wish.
Vendeur: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 21:25:03
McAlmon, Robert
[Paris: Contact Publishing Co, 1922]. First edition, one of approx. 300 copies printed in Dijon by Maurice Darantière. Separate broadside loosely inserted. 8vo. First and only edition of McAlmon's second book, his first collection of prose, and the first volume produced by his influential publishing company, at the vanguard of American expatriate letters in the 1920s. The title was suggested by Joyce and the book was printed by Maurice Darantière shortly before his printing of Ulysses. Laid into this copy is the printed broadside, "From an h'English Printer to an English Publisher," distributed with copies of the book but often not present. Publisher's printed wrappers, with original rose tissue sheath. Fine.
Vendeur: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 20:44:41
Fitzgerald, F. Scott
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. First edition, first printing, without Scribner's seal on copyright page. [10], 449 pp. 8vo. First edition, first printing. First edition of Fitzgerald's second novel. Bruccoli A.8.I.a. Original green cloth, upper cover stamped in blind, spine lettered in gilt. Hinges cracked, some minor wear to extremities, better than very good. In custom cloth box with morocco label.
Vendeur: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:31:05
Garber, Daniel
v.p: 1920-1922. With the originals of the Purves envelopes. 1 vols. 8vo and 12 mo. American Impressionist Garber Encourages A Young Artist. An interesting and rather heartening correspondence between an established artist, the American impressionist Daniel Garber, and his pupil and protégé, Austin Purves. It includes a letter from Garber to the even more established artist Edward Howland Blashfield, decorator of the Great Central Dome of the Library of Congress, introducing the younger man: "Austin M. Purves Jr., a young blood who has been courting the Muse of Mural Decoration...one of my best students." To Purves, Garber writes encouragingly over the space of two years, commiserating on the lack of success in a competition, easing his way into the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation (from which he writes), and mentioning an illness "in spite of or as a result of" Garber's winning the Corcoran Gold Medal in Washington. Apropos of the Foundation, Garber, who had previously recommended another of his students, writes, "nothing would please me better than to have you think of the Phila end of this place and try your best to be a credit to it", and his letters end with one congratulating Purves on the progress he has made. Daniel Garber (1880-1958) was born in Indiana of Mennonite farming stock, moving east in his teens to pursue a career in art. He studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, where he later taught for over 40 years, and in Europe, before settling for good in the Bucks County village of Lumberville--an area, centering around New Hope, which attracted a number … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:31:04
(Fishing) McAleenan, Joseph
New York: Privately Printed for the Author and His Friends [by H.S. Nichols, 17 E. 33rd St], 1922. First edition, no. 26 of 50 copies signed by the Author, with an eight-line inscription. Frontispiece and 29 half-tone plates. pp. [i-ii] blank, [iii]-[xvi], [xvii-xviii] half-title, 1-115, [116, blank], [1, printer's notice]. 1 vols. 8vo. One of 50 Copies. Rare and privately printed account of fishing for swordfish off Montauk Point and the adjacent waters of Block Island. McAleenan was also the author of several sporting memoirs issued in very limited numbers. He has a flair for writing and writes lovingly of this three-week adventure, harpooning swordfish, battling sharks, sighting whales, etc.: "...glad days, cheery companions, and the joy of living...[for] those who have heard the wind in strange places..." (Foreword). This copy is signed by the author and is additionally inscribed by him with a paragraph beginning "Dear George, to you friend of my heart I send this diary of a cruise on as sweet a schooner as ever sailed ..." and signed "Joe". Bruns M-91 (omitting title and full description); Litchfield p. 79. Original dark green cloth, covers with gilt borders, upper board with gilt vignette of schooner, lower board with vignette of swordfish, t.e.g. Very slightly rubbing to spine ends, otherwise a fine copy.
Vendeur: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:31:04
McAleenan, Joseph
New York: Privately Printed by the Author and His Friends [by H.S. Nichols, New York], 1922. First edition, one of 50 numbered copies, signed by the author, this being no. 1, said to be bound for the author's mother. Frontispiece and 29 half-tone plates. pp. [i-ii] blank, [iii]-[xvi], [xvii-xviii] half-title, 1-115, [116] printer's notice. 1 vols. 8vo. Unique Copy Bound for the Author's Mother. Rare and privately printed account of fishing for swordfish off Montauk Point and the adjacent waters of Block Island. McAleenan was also the author of Hunting with Rifle and Camera in the Canadian Rockies (1916, edition of 20 copies). McAleenan has a flair for writing and writes lovingly of this three week adventure, harpooning swordfish, battling sharks, sighting whales, etc.: " ... glad days, cheery companions, and the joy of living ... [for] those who have heard the wind in strange places ... " (Foreword). Bruns M-91 (without title or full description). OCLC: 39005858 (3 copies: Clarke, Michigan; Mariners Museum, Virginia; Hillwood Estate Museum). Bound in full brown morocco extra gilt, morocco doublures, t.e.g. Front hinge and corners professionally repaired.
Vendeur: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:00:05
(Ballets Russes-Diaghilev-Ida Rubinstein-Bakst) De Brunoff, Maurice, & Jacques de Brunoff, editors
Paris: M. de Brunoff, [1922?]. Bakst, Léon. Profusely illustrated with full-color covers, mounted and full-page plates, and photographs. 187 [of 188] leaves. Folio. An outstanding visual record of Diaghilev's Ballets Russes and Ida Rubinstein's Galas Russes in their most influential years, lavishly illustrated with the works of Bakst, Gontcharova, Larionov, Picasso, Matisse, Massine, Derain, and others. The collection is comprised of special issues of the theatrical periodical "Comoedia Illustré" and souvenir programs devoted to Ballets Russes and Rubinstein's Galas Russes for the seasons 1909-1921, with introductory letterpress text for each season by V. Svetloff. With splendid color and gilt illustrations of costume and set designs, as well as numerous photographic portraits of dancers and production artists. Bakst is the most frequently represented artist in the group; the illustration inlaid to the upper cover is by Natalia Gontcharova. Original cloth, with inlaid illustrated upper cover from "The Firebird" by Natalia Gontcharova. Covers and spine rubbed and soiled, internally fine, but lacking cover for Ballets Russes program from May 1921 featuring Picasso illustration on recto and verso.
Vendeur: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 07:29:13
Sabatini, Rafael
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1922. First American edition. Frontispiece by N.C. Wyeth. iv, 356pp. 8vo. Publisher's black cloth, stamped in red. Two tiny holes in front gutter of the cloth, otherwise fine, in N.C. Wyeth illustrated dust-jacket with only slight wear. Ownership signature of W.L. Wish. Wyeth, N.C. First American edition. Frontispiece by N.C. Wyeth. iv, 356pp. 8vo. Sabatini's most famous swashbuckler. Sabatini's most famous book, the adventure of an English doctor sold into slavery who escapes to become a feared pirate. The first film adaptation was done in 1923, just a year after the book came out. In 1935 an unknown Errol Flynn took the place of Robert Donat as the lead and never looked back.
Vendeur: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2018-12-18 06:04:01
"One of Ours" by Willa Cather. Published by Alfred. A. Knopf, New York, 1922. Winner of the 1923 Pulitzer Prize for Literature. First trade edition, with "Second Printing, September, 1922" stated on the copyright page. The first printing was a signed limited edition of just 345 copies. The second printing is considered the "first trade edition" because it was the printing available for purchase in book stores. The book is in very good condition. The brown cloth boards show only minor wear. Some foxing to the foredge of the textblock, rear endpaper and paste-down. The textblock is mostly clean and well preserved. The book comes with a scarce original dust jacket. The jacket is from the 10th printing, as stated on the spine. The dust jacket is in near fine condition with very minor wear at the spine. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory #(Pul-22). [Attributes: First Edition]
Vendeur: Ernestoic Books [Buffalo New York, US]
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2018-12-18 06:04:01
"One of Ours" by Willa Cather. Published by Alfred. A. Knopf, New York, 1922. Winner of the 1923 Pulitzer Prize for Literature. First trade edition, with "Second Printing, September, 1922" stated on the copyright page. The first printing was a signed limited edition of just 345 copies. The second printing is considered the "first trade edition" because it was the printing available for purchase in book stores. The dust jacket is an original from the 7th printing, as stated on the spine. The dust jacket is in very good minus condition, with some chipping to the top of the spine, and a large piece of the rear panel missing along the bottom. $2.50 price intact on the front flap. The book is in very good condition with light wear to the boards. Previous bookstore's sticker on rear paste-down. The textblock is largely clean and bright. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory #(Pul-21). [Attributes: First Edition]
Vendeur: Ernestoic Books [Buffalo New York, US]
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2018-12-17 22:39:05
Darwin, Bernard
Mills & Boon, London. First edition of this collection of Darwin's golf columns from The London Times. Octavo, original cloth. Presentation copy, inscribed by Bernard Darwin on the front free endpaper, "To G.M. from the author with his best regards. Sept. 1922." It was customary for Darwin to sign "from the author", which denoted a personal affiliation with the recipient. Rare and desirable, signed and inscribed. "It has been said that Darwin's writings established the standards for golf reporting against which all others are measured" (D&J). Murdoch 178; D&M 13880; D&J D4000. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Vendeur: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2018-12-17 15:56:26
BENCHLEY, Robert C
New York: Henry Holt and Co, 1922. First Edition (in dustjacket issue with ad for Razzberry by Edward Anthony at rear flap). Gluyas Williams dustjacket art and illustrations. Author's very scarce second book. Very Good, some darkening to spine, some mild shelf wear, in nearly Very Good dustjacket, chipped at spine ends and flap corners, two dime sized chips at upper rear panel. Very good in very good dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Vendeur: Babylon Revisited Rare Books [Northampton, MA, U.S.A.]
2018-12-17 01:01:54
Proust
Chatto & Windus, Alfred A. Knopf. Clean and tight 11 volumes with no previous owner's markings and minimal signs of previous use. See item description for full condition report. Payment | Shipping Marcel Proust REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST 1st/dj British First edition A complete set of the first British edition (first printing) of Proust's masterwork, REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST in superior condition. London: Chatto & Windus and Alfred A. Knopf, 1922-1931. The full 11 volumes issued between 1922 and 1931 in the first U.K. edition / first printing. The Scott Moncrieff translation consisting of: "Swann's Way" in two volumes, "Within a Budding Grove" in two volumes, "The Guermantes Way" in two volumes, "Cities of the Plain" in two volumes, "The Captive", and "The Sweet Cheat Gone." The final volume, "Time Regained" was translated in the U.K. by Stephen Hudson due to Moncrieff's death. The 11 volumes are in the original matching blue cloth bindings with sharp tips and ends and bright gilt lettering on the spines. They are unusually well-preserved. This is an exceptional set. They are all first printings of the first edition. "Cities of the Plain" was issued as a limited edition of 2200 copies, and our copy is hand-numbered 2188. The final volume, "Time Regained" (which was titled "The Past Recaptured" in the American version, and translated by a different translator) was also issued in a limited edition of 1250 copies, and our copy is number 794; it has retained the original unclipped dust jacket in Very Good condition with mild spine and edge wear. "The Sweet Cheat Gone" is comp … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: Russell's Bookstore [West Hollywood, California, US]
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2018-12-16 01:11:46
Levinson, Andre
Alexander Kogan / Brentano's, 1922. 240 pp.; 68 plates Very good condition but lightly soiled. Full tanned vellum leather binding. Light foxing throughout. Boards slightly bowed. 14.5x11 inches. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Vendeur: Jeffrey Blake [Willow Grove, PA, U.S.A.]
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2018-12-15 06:36:14
1922. giornale di 4 facciate, 35 x 50. Buone condizioni, con restauri alle pieghe centrali ed ai margini, senza però perdite di testo. Straordinaria palestra dove persone coraggiose, di grande rigore morale e di notevole preparazione culturale, tentarono di mandare messaggi positivi al mondo civile e politico che in quegli anni andava decadendo. La sapiente ed appassionata regia e partecipazione di PIERO GOBETTI, vera e propria "anima" del settimanale risultò decisiva. Nato a Torino nel 1901 all'epoca era poco più che ventenne. La casa editrice di sua proprietà affiancò poi dal 1924 tutte le iniziative in modo incisivo. Nel dicembre del 1924 Gobetti fonderà l'altro periodico divenuto famoso IL BARETTI tenendone la dirigenza fino alla sua scomparsa avvenuta a Parigi, dopo le botte di squadracce fasciste nel febbraio 1926. Offriamo questo raro lotto che ha il pregio di essere un gruppo di DOCUMENTI ORIGINALI dove si sente il profumo di storia, rigore, coraggio, politica, emozioni che certo una copia anastatica non potrà mai dare. E' vero che la carta è stanca, ha delle ferite, ma il lettore e lo studioso dovranno ricordare felicemente i passaggi ed i vissuti che questi giornali hanno avuto. Notiamo come alcuni di essi fossero indirizzati (quindi appartenuti e letti) a GIOVANNI PAPINI DI FIRENZE, FILOMENA FERRARI BURICH DI FIUME, MARIO FUBINI DI TORINO, ANNO PRIMO 1922 : n. 1 (12 febbraio), 2, 3, 30 , 31, 32, 34, 37, 38-39 (28 dicembre) totale 9 giornali ANNO SECONDO 1923 : n. 6 (15 marzo), 34, 35, 36, 37, (27 novembre) totale 5 giornali) ANNO TERZO 1924 : n. 11 (11 marzo … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: Ferraguti Libreria e rivisteria [Italy]
2018-12-14 20:41:03
Robert Louis Stevenson
William Heinemann, 1922. Illustrated with tissue-guarded frontispieces to each volume and 11 facsimiles. Including: Volume I: An Inland Voyage; Travels with a Donkey, Edinburgh: Picturesque Notes Volume II: Virginibus Puerisque; The Amateur Emigrant; The Pacific Capitals; Silverado Squatters Volume III: New Arabian Nights; The Pavilion on the Links, and Other Tales Volume IV: Familiar Studies of Men and Books; Literary Papers Volume V: Treasure Island; Prince Otto Volume VI: Deacon Brodie or the Double Life and Other Plays Volume VII: The Dynamiter; Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; The Body-Snatcher Volume VIII: A Child's Garden; Underwoods; Ballads; New Poems Volume IX: Kidnapped Volume X: Catriona: The Further Adventures of David Balfour Volume XI: The Merry Men and Other Tales; Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin Volume XII: Memoirs and Portraits; Random Memories; Records of A Family of Engineers Volume XIII: The Black Arrow, The Misadventures of John Nicholson Volume XIV: The Master of Ballantrae; The Great North Road Volume XV: The Wrong Box; Island Night's Entertainments; Father Damien Volume XVI: In the South Seas; A Footnote to History Volume XVII: The Wrecker Volume XVIII: The Ebb-Tide; Weir of Hermiston; Heathercat; The Young Chevalier Volume XIX: St Ives Volume XX: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson; Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXI: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXII: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXIII: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXIV: S … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
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2018-12-14 05:51:30
Robert Louis Stevenson
1922. Illustrated with tissue-guarded frontispieces to each volume and 11 facsimiles. Including: Volume I: An Inland Voyage; Travels with a Donkey, Edinburgh: Picturesque Notes Volume II: Virginibus Puerisque; The Amateur Emigrant; The Pacific Capitals; Silverado Squatters Volume III: New Arabian Nights; The Pavilion on the Links, and Other Tales Volume IV: Familiar Studies of Men and Books; Literary Papers Volume V: Treasure Island; Prince Otto Volume VI: Deacon Brodie or the Double Life and Other Plays Volume VII: The Dynamiter; Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; The Body-Snatcher Volume VIII: A Child's Garden; Underwoods; Ballads; New Poems Volume IX: Kidnapped Volume X: Catriona: The Further Adventures of David Balfour Volume XI: The Merry Men and Other Tales; Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin Volume XII: Memoirs and Portraits; Random Memories; Records of A Family of Engineers Volume XIII: The Black Arrow, The Misadventures of John Nicholson Volume XIV: The Master of Ballantrae; The Great North Road Volume XV: The Wrong Box; Island Night's Entertainments; Father Damien Volume XVI: In the South Seas; A Footnote to History Volume XVII: The Wrecker Volume XVIII: The Ebb-Tide; Weir of Hermiston; Heathercat; The Young Chevalier Volume XIX: St Ives Volume XX: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson; Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXI: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXII: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXIII: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXIV: Sketches, Criticisms … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
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2018-12-14 05:51:30
Robert Louis Stevenson
William Heinemann, 1922. Illustrated with tissue-guarded frontispieces to each volume and 11 facsimiles. Including: Volume I: An Inland Voyage; Travels with a Donkey, Edinburgh: Picturesque Notes Volume II: Virginibus Puerisque; The Amateur Emigrant; The Pacific Capitals; Silverado Squatters Volume III: New Arabian Nights; The Pavilion on the Links, and Other Tales Volume IV: Familiar Studies of Men and Books; Literary Papers Volume V: Treasure Island; Prince Otto Volume VI: Deacon Brodie or the Double Life and Other Plays Volume VII: The Dynamiter; Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; The Body-Snatcher Volume VIII: A Child's Garden; Underwoods; Ballads; New Poems Volume IX: Kidnapped Volume X: Catriona: The Further Adventures of David Balfour Volume XI: The Merry Men and Other Tales; Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin Volume XII: Memoirs and Portraits; Random Memories; Records of A Family of Engineers Volume XIII: The Black Arrow, The Misadventures of John Nicholson Volume XIV: The Master of Ballantrae; The Great North Road Volume XV: The Wrong Box; Island Night's Entertainments; Father Damien Volume XVI: In the South Seas; A Footnote to History Volume XVII: The Wrecker Volume XVIII: The Ebb-Tide; Weir of Hermiston; Heathercat; The Young Chevalier Volume XIX: St Ives Volume XX: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson; Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXI: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXII: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXIII: The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edited by Sidney Colvin Volume XXIV: S … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
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2018-12-14 01:19:42
Philby, H. St. John.
Constable & Co. Ltd, London, 1922. (217x141mm), Vol. I: ixxiii 386 pp; [1] frontispiece portrait of Emir Faisal Ibn Saud, 1 plan, 93 b/w photographic plates/ Vol. II: vi 354 pp; 8 b/w plates, 2 folding maps, half-titles, contemporary green cloth, slightly rubbed, otherwise set in very good condition. Harry St John Bridger Philby CIE (1885-1960), also known as Jack Philby or Sheikh Abdullah, an Arabist, explorer, writer, and British colonial office intelligence officer. "Of the pleasant year I spent sojourning and wandering amid the deserts and cases of Arabia I have endeavoured to compile a record, at once fully descriptive of my own experiences and designed to serve my successors as a faithful guide in their wanderings, when in their turn they take up the torch which has been held in the past by so many distinguished hands--Niebuhr and Burckhardt, Sadlier and Burton, Doughty and the Blunts, Wallin and Wellsted, Huber and Halevy, Euting and Guarmani, and, in modern times, Shakespear and Gertrude Bell, to name but a few of those whose names are writ large ont he scroll of Arabian explorers.". Size: 8vo. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Vendeur: FOLIOS LIMITED [London, United Kingdom]
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2018-12-13 09:21:28
Shackleton, Ernest H.]
Scala Souvenir, [?London], n.d. c. 1922. First edition. Oblong folio. 8 phototype plates each approx. 227 x 290mm; some minor foxing to several plates, else very good in the original printed wrappers, window to upper wrapper as issued to reveal Shackleton's portrait from the first plate, minor creasing, a scarce item. This ephemeral item seems to have been printed as a memorial to 'The Boss', and was possibly issued in tandem with the film of Shackleton's last expedition. The brochure contains 8 images: 'Farewell' (a knee-length portrait of Shackleton doffing his hat, cigarette in hand); 'The late Sir Ernest Shackleton and the Crew of the "Quest"'; 'Frozen in the ice'; 'The Ship's Dog'; 'Penguins on the Ice'; 'Iceberg and Floe Ice';' In Antarctic Garments'; 'We left him under the Southern Cross' (a view of the Shackleton memorial cairn). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Vendeur: Meridian Rare Books ABA PBFA [London, United Kingdom]
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