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        Wylye Vale [Original Colour Woodcut Print on Paper]

      1924, edition Unknown. () Fine. 8.25 X 9.5 CM (3.25 X 3.75 inches) original colour woodcut print on paper. In 5 CM (1.5 inch) wooden frame painted a blue-grey with gilt border inside and only very slight wear. Off white acid free matting (with a second piece of darker beige matting creating a border around the image). In extremely good condition, with no fading or acid burn. Crisp, clear colours. Frame measures 26.75 X 31 CM (10.5 X 12.25 inches). Metal wire hanger across back. A pencil notation of the the name is below the image to the left and across from this, to the bottom right of the image, is Phillips' signature (also in pencil). With Master's Gallery provenance label on back. Boulet MBL78. Edition unknown. For a reproduction of the image see page 74 in Boulet "The Tranquility and the Turbulence". Image from the families stay in the English Countryside (Wylye) near the beginning of their stay in England in 1924-25. A warm and friendly image depicting a broad and beautiful valley. A soft patchwork of farmland lays softly across rolling hills broken up by clumps of yellow trees. The excellent quality of framing and pristine condition makes this print especially desirable. Walter Joseph Phillips (October 25, 1884 – July 5, 1963) was an English-born Canadian painter and woodcutter, acclaimed as one of Canada's most famous printmakers and for popularizing the colour woodcut in the style of the Japanese. His artistic career spanned from the 1900s through the 1940s, during which time his work was exhibited throughout North America and Great Britain. In 1940 he was asked to become a resident artist at the Banff Centre, then known as the Banff School of Fine Arts, where he played an important role in the development of their visual arts program- It's Walter Phillips Gallery, which focuses on contemporary art, is named after him. The Glenbow Museum in Calgary, Alberta holds an extensive collection of Phillips works and a research archive..

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        Edmond-Henri Crisinel *

      Cully 1924. - Photographie originale signée d'Emile Gos, tirée en noir au format de 35 x 28, du tableau original de l'artiste figurant l'écrivain, contresigné, daté et situé par Géa à l'encre noire, sous encadrement soigné à fine baguette de bois naturel 52 x 40. Ce surprenant portrait en buste de l'écrivain, d'une rare délicatesse, fait partie des oeuvres de jeunesse de Géa, dont la très grande majorité a disparu. Il précéderait de peu sa période simili-cubiste et surtout, de deux ans, le présumé premier portrait peint cité (par méconnaissance dans l'ouvrage de Beaudin), celui d'Elie Gagnebin. L'artiste en pleine jeunesse et possession de ses moyens, encore étudiant aux beaux-arts, y a figuré son sujet en demi-teintes, déjà tenté par le côté obscur. Bien qu'il soit difficile de comparer ces deux incunables, disposant d'une reproduction de grand format en noir de qualité très professionnelle de la première et d'une plus modeste colorée de la seconde, nous ne serions néanmoins pas étonné de partager avec d'autres amateurs le regrets que ce ne soit pas cette dernière qui ait été égarée, tant elle semble fadasse par rapport à la précédente.Précieux document, faute d'original à se mettre sous la dent.Signalons en passant un portrait-charge du poëte, daté de 1943 et reproduit dans le recueil pré cité, tout ce qui nous reste de Géa, de moindre intérêt.[Expo Clerc-Crisinel 1 - BCU/Musée Cantonal des Beaux-arts 1958; Antoine Beaudin: Géa Augsbourg 1902-1974, pages 19,86,96]

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        Proletarier. Kommunistische Zeitschrift (bzw.: Monatsschrift) für revolutionären Klassenkampf. Jahrgang 1925. 1. Heft/November 1924 bis 10. Heft/Oktober 1925. Und Jahrgang 1926. Heft 1/Januar 1926 bis Heft 12/Dezember 1926. - Zusammen 19 Hefte in 2 Bänden (komplett).

      Gr.-8vo. Mit einigen Abb. 227 S.; 2 Bl., 251 S. OHlwd. m. goldgeprägt. Deckeltitel u. schwarzem Rückentitel. Roter Kopfschnitt. Vollständige zwei Jahrgänge nach dem Wiedererscheinen im November 1924. Jahrgang 1926 mit 2 Bl. Inhaltsverzeichnis. Heft 2/3; 4/5; 8/9 als Doppelnummer. - Sämtliche Artikel unter Pseudonymen erschienen: Sirius, Adam (Scharrer?), Fedor Günther (=Ludwig Barbasch), A. Sigrist (=Schwab?), F. Struggler, Krune, F. Steinhauer, Max Hempel (=Jan Appel), Moses, Jack London, Janus, Simplizi, Karl Schlicht, Willibald Schwartau, Franz Buckow (=Pinkowski), Richard Petersen (=Erich Kunze), Megaphon, N. Insarow etc. - Rücken etw. fleckig. Papierbedingt gebräunt. Von guter Erhaltung. - Außerordentlich selten.

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        DAVID BALFOUR : being memoirs of the further adventures of David Balfour at home and abroad .

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1924 - black cloth, pp., xv ., 356 , [9] full color plates : full color illustration paste-down to front cover, gilt spine titles, endpapers illustrated by Wyeth, light brown dust jacket printed in black with front cover paste-down illustration repeated, spine of d.j. toned, light wear to head of spine of d.j., a very bright, clean copy. in protective mylar jacket,The further adventures of David Balfour in which he continues his friendship with Alan Breck Stewart and support of the Scottish highlanders' cause, travels abroad to complete his education, and finds romance. Also published under title: Catriona. Sequel to: Kidnapped. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Harry E Bagley Books Ltd]
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        Bill The Conqueror

      George H. Doran, New York. 1924 First edition US. DW. Mustard bds., blue lettering. Ownership inscription to f.ep. Bds. sl. age marked, edges sl. rubbed. Charming wrapper, sl. chipped with small portions missing from spine ends. Hinges internally sl. tender. Text very clean and bright. VG+/VG+.

      [Bookseller: Addyman Books]
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        The Honourable Jim

      London; Hodder & Stoughton [1924], 1924. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED by the Author to title page: 'To William & Ada / de Jongh / With fondest love / from / Emmuska Orczy (flourish)'. 8vo.; pp.320. Publisher's red cloth lightly worn, edges spotted, first gathering foxed, occasional marking throughout. In its pictorial dust wrapper with one or two tears, plus some chips at spine; some tape stains to reverse of dust jacket. Very good.

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        Memories and Adventures, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

      Boston, Little, Brown, And Company, 1924. 1st Edition. Description: ix p. L 1., 410 p. Front. , plates, ports. , diagr. 22 1/2 cm. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth, new endpapers. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        Building Plans, Elevation, and Radius Map for a Garage Building for Daniel Lagan. on Howard Street, San Francisco

      San Francisco: James H. Hjul, Structural Engineer, April 3, 1924. Original pencil drawings on tracing paper. Sheet size 18" x 31". 5 sheets. Job #130. James Hansen Hjul (1882 - 1957), a structural engineer, constructed many buildings in San Francisco. He was the founder of the J.H. Construction Company and was listed as a contractor, civil engineer, structural engineer and construction engineer in San Francisco City Directories from 1907 to 1958. Most of his work occurred in the South of Market area on warehouses and industrial buildings.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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      New York: The MacMillan Company, 1924. First Edition. Hardcover. Light wear to corners. A bright, close to Fine copy and quite unusual as such. First Printing of the New and Revised Edition. Original green cloth-backed brown paper boards with a paper label on the front cover and on the spine. Copy #66 of only 250 numbered copies SIGNED by the author on the limitation leaf. Lacking the scarce slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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      New York: Albert & Charles Boni, 1924. First Edition. cloth. About Fine, lacking a dustwrapper. Blue cloth. Illustrated with drawings. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper nearly filling the page: "To/J.C. Calhoun/a Friend/from/Will Rogers/(almost an author)/New York. Nov 15, 24." Rogers was born in Indian Territory in 1879 and had some Native American blood in his veins. He began in vaudeville and moved on to motion pictures, a career that was cut short when he died in a small plane crash in 1935 near Point Barrow, Alaska. Perhaps he was best known, however, for his syndicated newspaper column which had such a massive following that the proposition that he run for President was once seriously advanced. His saying, "All I know is what I read in the newspapers," became a popular catchword of the times. Books signed or inscribed by this most popular of American humorists, especially with such a fine inscription, are uncommon.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        THE DIARY

      London: G. Bell and Sons Ltd, 1924. Hardcover. 187 x 121 mm (7 3/8 x 4 3/4"). Eight volumes bound in three. Transcribed by the late Rev. Mynors Bright, M.A., from the shorthand manuscript in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge. Edited with additions by Henry B. Wheatley. FINE CONTEMPORARY TERRA COTTA CRUSHED MOROCCO BY SANGORSKI & SUTCLIFFE (signed on front turn-ins), double gilt fillet border on covers, upper covers with gilt insignia incorporating the initials "S P," crossed anchors, and looping ropes with Pepys' (misspelled) motto in Latin on a ribbon above it, raised bands, spines gilt in double-ruled compartments with central ornament of either a crown, a sailor's knot, an anchor, or crossed quills, turn-ins ruled in gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. With frontispiece portrait of the author. Spines lightly and uniformly sunned toward pink, otherwise AN EXTREMELY PLEASING SET IN BEAUTIFUL CONDITION inside and out. Pepys' diary is available in various editions (see, for example, items #140 and 169); the chief value of the present printing is that it is done on India paper, allowing the full substantial text to be contained in a very manageable space. And the compactness of this edition is here very much enhanced by the bindings, made with high quality morocco and expertly finished. (The Sangorski Latinist has, however, fallen short of perfection: Pepys chose as his personal motto "mens cujusque is est quisque," or "what a man's mind is, that is what he is," but here the first word is unfortunately spelled "mons," Latin for "mountain.").

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      Paris G. Briffaut 1924 - 16.2x25.2 cm., 280 pp., édition ornée de cinquante-six bois originaux de Sylvain Sauvage, relié demi-maroquin havane à coins, signée par Laurent Peeters - Anvers. Filet doré cernant les plats de pap., dos à 5 nerfs et finnement fleuronnés dorés (décor floral), tête dorée, couverture imprimée d'éditeur. Tirage limité. Tirage de 1000 exemplaires sur papier vélin numérotés de 101 à 1100. 1350 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fairy Tales. Illustrated by Kay Nielsen

      London: Hodder and Stoughton n.d. [ 1924 ]. First Nielsen edition. 12 tipped-in coloured plates. 4to, original green moire cloth elaborately blocked in gilt; spine faded ( as often ), some light fading to fore-edge of upper cover. Inner hinges pulled. Some light foxing. Partly erased inscription on front free endpaper which has, at one time been glued to facing paste-down to hide the inscription, traces of glue remaining. Lower endpaper glued to lower pastedown. The binding quite presentable, internally very good also with no creasing to the tipped-in coloured plates.

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        Building Plans, Elevation, and Perspective for James H. Hjul, 21st St. and Alabama, San Francisco

      San Francisco: James H. Hjul, Structural Engineer, July - August 1924. Original pencil drawings on tracing paper. Sheet size primarily 20" x 35". 8 sheets. Job #143. Current address may be 890, 901 Alabama or 2844, 2852 21st St. James Hansen Hjul (1882 - 1957), a structural engineer, constructed many buildings in San Francisco. He was the founder of the J.H. Construction Company and was listed as a contractor, civil engineer, structural engineer and construction engineer in San Francisco City Directories from 1907 to 1958. Most of his work occurred in the South of Market area on warehouses and industrial buildings.

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        The Immortals

      D. Appleton and Company, New York 1924 - First American edition. Small owner's name, very near fine in near fine dustwrapper with tiny nicks at the crown. Doctor discovers an elixir that promises eternal life, young couple are left with the dilemma of whether it should be used. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Le peuple de la mer *

      R.Kieffer, Paris 1924. - Broché 28 x 20, couverture grise rempliée imprimée en noir et ornée dune vignette colorée. Très légères piqûres sur tranches. L'un des 450 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé blanc de cuve. Ravissant petit illustré ymagé à toutes pages de bandeaux, soigneusement imprimé avec de belles marges sur un papier subtilement teinté. Image visible sur site céleste.

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        Tendres stocks *

      Emile-Paul Frères, Paris 1924. - Relié pleine toile de Lin vieux rose 25 x 18, titre doré, couverture conservée. L'un des 475 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé de Rives. Une longue préface de Marcel Proust introduit le lecteur dans cet illustré charmant.

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        Les sept mers *

      Librairie Stock, Paris 10.1924. - Broché, couverture bicolore rempliée illustrée de Franz Masereel. Bel exemplaire, très frais, du tirage en premier papier de ce recueil de poèmes traduits par Maud Kendall et Daniel Rosé.La délicate effigie de l'auteur étonne par tant de légèreté, si exceptionnelle dans cette technique de gravure; c'est un Kipling plus céleste que marin qui y rayonne. Édition originale. L'un des 27 exemplaires de tête numérotés sur Japon, avant 77 Hollande, 110 vélin et 1050 Alfa.

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        Le Devin du Village *

      M. Glomeau, Paris 1924. - Reliure pleine percaline verte similicuir, titre doré. L'un des 26 exemplaires de tête numérotés sur vélin pur chiffon du Marais. Sympathique petite édition illustrée de cette piécette qui eut les honneurs de l'Opéra.La modeste reliure de notre exemplaire est largement compensée par l'adjonction du dessin original aquarellé joint, une ravissante variante de la composition figurant page 25, tout autant travaillée que le motif reproduit.

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        Antheil and the Treatise on Harmony

      Three Mountains Press, Paris 1924 - About fine, with only the slightest bumping to extremities, and the usual browning of the acidic paper. Still in original glassine jacket, which has a few small chips to the spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Renaissance Books]
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        Crêpes, tambours, poussière. Manuscrit autographe signé.

      Manuscrit autographe signé de 17 pages in-8 avec quelques corrections 1924 - - Manuscrit autographe signé de 17 pages in-8 avec quelques corrections _[1924], 14x18cm, en feuilles. - Chronique parue dans le 'Journal' du 19 Octobre 1924 sur les funérailles officielles d'Anatole France. Une fois de plus, Henri Béraud démontre ses talents de polémiste et sa grande ironie à propos de ces fastes funéraires et ce superbe texte vient en écho de ceux rédigés, au même moment, par les surréalistes dont le célèbre 'Un cadavre'. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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      1924 - [signed by Forster] London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1924. 3 pp undated ads. Original maroon cloth lettered in black. First Edition of Forster's famous novel of India, in which the English community is portrayed as quick to condemn an Indian doctor accused of assaulting a young Englishwoman.~.Forster's most famous novel, and the last one he wrote. There was considerable criticism of his portraits of the English in India. Forster made a humane and liberal Englishman, Fielding, a rare exception and this was less than fair. But his diagnosis of the less than perfect relationship of the Indian to his Anglo-Saxon overlord as arising from insensitivity and arrogance on the one hand, and generations of endured rudeness and condescension on the other is accurate as a factor in politics, as many non-Englishmen can testify. Forster was frequently asked why he stopped writing novels [he lived 46 more years]: 'I have nothing more to say,' he replied. [CGEL]~This volume (without half-title, as issued) is in remarkably fine, bright condition. Usually maroon cloth spines become severely faded, but with this copy any such fading is all but imperceptible. Furthermore, this copy is signed by Forster on the title page, where he has stricken through his printed name and replaced it with his signed name. In addition to trade copies such as this, there were 200 signed copies in a different binding -- but signed trade copies, such as this one, are considerably scarcer. Kirkpatrick A10a; Modern Library 100 #25. Housed in a morocco-backed clamshell case. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman [ABAA]]
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        So Big

      New York: Doubleday, Page and Co, 1924 true first edition,blue cloth with gold lettering,stated first edition. Book has sunned spine and stained and most of the gold lettering is gone except for the box on the front cover most of it is still intact., but only minor edgewear to extreme edges,very tight and very square and very clean inside,no foxing. Signature on first leaf "Sincerely, Edna Ferber", one of the best signatures I have ever seen and on one of the most collected books of all time.Photos on request.. Signed by Author. Stated First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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      London: Constable & Co., 1924. Rare First Edition. Limited to 750 numbered copies only. Large 8vo, publishers original blue cloth lettered in gilt and stamped in blind, t.e.g. xii, 434 pp. A superior copy of this very scarce book, fine and bright and unusually well preserved, without wear or blemish. RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE POEMS. The first publication of Melville’s collected poems and the first time that many appear in print. Appearing for the first time “Author’s note (on the use of expletives)” pg. 129, “Miscellaneous Poems” pp. 297-349, and “At the Hostelry” pp. 351-434. Between 1875 and 1920 Melville had fallen deep into obscurity. William P. Trent's A HISTORY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE, 1903, gives Melville but three pages out of 593, and Wendell and Greenough's A HISTORY OF LITERATURE IN AMERICA, 1904, gives him nothing at all. The author's star began to rise in 1921 with the publication of Weaver's biography. The first volume of the collected works was published the following year and did much to expand American awareness of Melville's art. It stands alone as a truly important edition with the inclusion of 'The Poems' and 'Billy Budd,' both of which were here published separately for the first time. ‘The Poems’ appears as Volume XVI of the Standard Edition set.

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      Paris: The Transatlantic Review Co.,, 1924 Ford, Ford Madox (Ford Madox Hueffer) (ed.). THE TRANSATLANTIC REVIEW. Vol. I, no. 1. Paris: The Transatlantic Review Co., 1924. 8vo., 120 pp. + ads. Publisher's printed wrappers in custom slipcase. A near fine fresh copy showing minimal use. Contributors include: Joseph Conrad, E. E. Cummings, A. E. Coppard, Ezra Pound, Phillippe Soupault & others. Superb example.. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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      1924. The Later Adventures of the Swiss Family Robinson | The Final Adventures of the Swiss Family Robinson. [Together, two volumes.] Frontispiece [in each] by H. C. Murphy. New York: G. Howard Watt, 1924. Original maroon cloth with affixed front cover color illustration. First American Editions. Just as Verne wrote a sequel to Edgar Allan Poe's NARRATIVE OF ARTHUR GORDON PYM with his AN ANTARCTIC MYSTERY (1897), so too did he write, three years later, SECONDE PATRIE (SECOND FATHERLAND) as a sequel to Johann Wyss's THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON. (In Verne's Preface to the original French edition, he noted that THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON and ROBINSON CRUSOE were his two favorite boyhood stories.)~It would be almost a quarter-century after the original 1900 French edition before this title came out in English -- in these two volumes, first in 1923 by Sampson Low of London, then a year later by G. Howard Watt of New York (as here). During the delay in publishing this in English, which included the Great War, the era of the magnificent pictorial trade binding had unfortunately come to an end.~These are fine, clean copies. Taves & Michaluk V049; Myers 50.

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        Les cinq sens.

      Grasset 1924 - - Grasset, Paris _1924, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 5 ex numérotés sur Chine, tirage de tête. Un minuscule manque en pied du dos, quatre feuillets malhabilement découpés ayant occasionné de petits manques marginaux. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        A Passage to India

      New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1924. First American Edition. Octavo (19.5cm); black cloth boards, lettered in yellow on spine and front cover; dustjacket; 322pp. A straight, tight copy, moderately foxed on prelims and page edges, scattered faint foxing to text; solidly Very Good. In original dustwrapper, price-clipped and with old clear tape reinforcements verso, still very nicely preserved with just mild edgewear and mild toning at flap-folds; Near Fine. & & The First American edition of Forster's final work of fiction. A Passage To India was Forster's most popular novel in his lifetime and, thanks to the 1984 film adaptation by David Lean, it remains his best-known work. The American edition is uncommon, and notably scarce in dustwrapper; this a very presentable copy. CONNOLLY 100.

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      Stock 1924 - - Stock, Paris _1924, 14,5x19,5cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 1050 ex numérotés sur alfa. Ouvrage illustré d'un portrait de l'auteur par Francis Picabia, couverture illustrée par Franz Masereel. Dos très légèrement passé, sinon agréable exemplaire quasi exempt de toute rousseur. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Odyssey of Homer done into English Prose by S.H. Butcher and Andrew Lang with Twenty Plates in Colour after the Water-Colour Drawings of W. Russell Flint.

      - London and Boston: Medici Society, 1924. Large 4to, xxviii, 315pp. With 20 tipped-in color plates. Sumptuously bound in half vellum and blue buckram, pale green morocco labels on backstrip, gilt top, slipcase. A very fine copy, unsigned but likely a Sangorski & Sutcliffe binding. Limited to 500 copies. A lovely book, printed on handmade paper, with Flint at his sensually erotic best illustrating this epic edition. The artwork was created in 1914 but not published until 1924 due to the Great War and subsequent events. By 1924 Flint was at the height of his fame and this book is regarded as one of his masterpieces. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Saint Joan: A chronical play in six scenes and an epilogue

      Constable and Company , Ltd., London, England, 1924. Good.First Edition. Constable and Company , Ltd., London, England, 1924. Hardcover. Book Condition: Wear to base of spine only. Text block good, theough with the expected foxing, pages tight to spine -116 pages, including a 2 page list of other works by Shaw at end of book.

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        Western Australia A History from its Discovery to the Inauguration of the Commonwealth

      London,: Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1924.. Octavo, black & white frontispiece, two folding tables and a map; very good in navy cloth with dustjacket. Presentation copy to Charles. H. Haddrell, from the author in 1924.James Sykes Battye (1871-1954), after whom the J S Battye Library of West Australian History and State Archives is named, came to Perth in 1893 to be chief librarian of the Victoria Public Library (named after Queen Victoria). Battye had personally selected the basic book-stock of the library and later readers were often impressed by the range and depth of early accessions. By 1903 he had raised the number of books to 50,000, which grew to 100,000 by 1911. Battye was dedicated and still holding office when he died in 1954.This book was his last and remained the standard work in his lifetime, it won him a University of Melbourne D.Litt., and enhanced his local reputation as a scholar.

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        Physiology Lab Notebook

      Toronto Toronto, 1924. Good condition with moderate usage wear to cover, including edge bumping, smudges and abrasions, as well as overall age toning to all.. Quarto. 192 pages; lined notebook-style paper; handwritten throughout; illustrated with graphs and affixed photomechanical charts; tan cloth boards, partially overlaid with textured black paper, to which a stamp with handwriting has been applied. A truly unique object that details the weekly experiments of a student physiology lab at the University of Toronto in the fall of 1924. Ostensibly belonging to one G. M. Fletcher, yet written in three different hands, this highly-detailed notebook offers a fascinating account of the various muscle trials that the medical students were conducting, including each lesson's object, method and result. An especially fascinating aspect of this notebook is the photomechanical reproductions of each week's graphical results, which are affixed throughout the book within the written narrative of the experiment. To produce these, it appears that the school used a version of Augustus Waller's electromyography machine, which projected muscle movement trace from an electrometer onto a photographic plate; this allowed the movement to be recorded in real time, and for copies to be easily made for each student. These notes and graphs fill approximately half of the notebook. A sign of how arduous the lab was - and perhaps how frustrating - is evident from an amusing codicil written on the very last page, which reads in part: The Purpose of this exp. is exp. exp. exp. exp. exp. exp. exp. exp. exp. exp. experiment experiment experiment experiment... Also, The more one attempts to move the cause of dissatisfaction, The more one is impressed by the difficulty encountered in such a project. It appears that physiology may not have been these students' favorite subject.

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        Textes Cunéiformes, Tome VII: Lettres de Hammurapi a Samas-Hasir. 38 Planches. [AND:] La correspondance de Hammurapi avec Samas-Hasir. [TWO VOLUMES]

      Paris, Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner; Éditions Ernest Leroux 1924 - Two volumes. Quarto. I. Plates: Pp. 8, plus 38, plates, printed by Gaillac-Monrocq, placed in original quarter cloth portfolio, bit worn and soiled. II. Text: Pp. 58. Bound in contemporary half cloth, gilt spine, with original printed wrappers bound-in. In a very good condition, fine plates. - - First edition. Text volume first edition thus, first published in Revue d'Assyriologie, XXI, 1-2. Musée du Louvre, Département des Antiquités Orientales.

      [Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague]
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      London: Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 1924.. Small quarto. Pictorial boards after a design by William Nicholson. Competently rebacked in black cloth, corners bruised, some scattered foxing and general thumbing and use, two leaves have short, closed tears at the fore- edge, but overall, a sound and reasonably good copy. First edition. With Graves's presentation inscription in the month of publication: "John Crowe Ransom from Robert Graves: in all friendship. May 28th 1924." Graves had two poems accepted for publication in the December 1922 issue of THE FUGITIVE, of which Ransom was co-editor. The two poets embarked on a path of mutual admiration and assistance, Ransom asking if he might dedicate a book to Graves ("...because you represent as I see it the best tendency extant in modern poetry"), and Graves seeking a British publisher for Ransom's work, a task he completed with the editing of GRACE AFTER MEAT, to which Graves also contributed an introduction. As a side note, Ransom was instrumental in forwarding Graves' interest in, and acquaintance with, Laura Riding, who was then publishing in THE FUGITIVE and had recently been making life complicated for certain members of the Vanderbilt circle. He sent to Graves some of her unpublished verse, and described her as "brilliant," and in a fine example of understated diplomacy, as "very fine personally, but very intense for company." WOOLMER 46. HIGGINSON & WILLIAMS A10.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        "The Lute Players"

      New York.: The House of Art.. ( 1924).. Uncirculated color lithographic print. Image measures 6 3/8 x 10", inside tan border measuring 8 x 11 inches on sheet 10.5 x 14 inches. There is the very faintest toning along the right edge, but overall mint condition on untrimmed sheet. At lower right in the image is the copyright symbol, The House of Art, N.Y. At lower left of the sheet outside the tan border is the inscription D-600 Printed in U.S.A. An uncirculated print, never been framed with glowing color. .

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        Die Äbtissin von Castro

      Hellerau, Avalun (1924).. 4°. 157 S. Mit 13 Orig.-Radierungen v. Alois Kolb. OHPgmt. Mit Kopfgoldschnitt. - (34. Avalun-Druck) Rodenberg 358.34 - Eines v. 150 Expl. Mit eh. Sign. d. Künstlers.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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      Hodder and Stoughton, Limited, [1924]. - First edition. Very good, clean copy without dust jacket. The "true" first edition of this collection of stories about a female criminal, and one of the rarest books published in the 20th Century. In Ellery Queen's definitive THE DETECTIVE STORY: A BIBLIOGRAPHY, he was unaware of this edition, listing only the 1935 edition under the author's successful pseudonym, Roy Vickers. Twelve stories of mystery and suspense, and each features Fidelity Dove as the lady and criminal. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Cathedrals and Abbey Churches of England

      London: Eyre & Spottiswoode [1924]. One [#13] of 375 copies numbered & signed by Aldin. Bound one quarter vellum with paper to boards; gilt to vellum along paper edges & to paper & gilt to spine. Gilt to upper page edges; other edges uncut. Colour illustrated endpages. Illustrated throughout with hand tipped colour plates. Light wear to outer edges, of boards with some darkening to upper edges. Dustsoil to paper on boards. Pages show some age darkening to untrimmed edges with a touch of foxing. Signed by Aldin on the limitations page.. Signed by Author. Limited First Edition. One Quarter Vellum. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Ars magna.

      A. Sauerwein 1924 - - A. Sauerwein, Paris _1924, 14x19,5cm, broché. - Edition originale, il n'est pas fait mention de grands papiers. Précieux envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Jacques Rivière. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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      Published by Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd., 1924. 1st edition.. Hardback. Very Good. Illustrated by Tourtel, Mary. Very good condition with no wrapper. The first book of Rupert's Library. Grey boards with pictorial onlay to front showing Rupert with Golly and Magic Toy-Man in distance. Contains four stories: Rupert and the Magic Toy-Man, Rupert and the Princess, Rupert At School and Rupert and the Old Miser. 3 colour plates plus two-tone illustrations throughout. Backstrip is missing otherwise this is a super copy of an early Rupert book. The corners are just a little bit rubbed and there are a few very light scuff marks to the pictorial onlay on front cover. Inscription in ink to verso of frontis. Some very light fingering else contents clean. [R]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books]
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        The Falkland Islands with Notes on the Natural History by Rupert Vallentin

      Oxford: Clarendon Press 1924, 1st Edition. () xii,414pp. Very good. Octavo. Original blue cloth with gilt title. A light touch of wear on the extremities. New endpapers. Title page with a very slight amount of soiling. Fore and bottom edges untrimmed and with a touch of foxing. Generally very clean. Single Spanish news clipping attached to rear endpaper. Two maps including one folding. 33 other photographic illustrations. A very presentable copy. Very scarce. The only copy we have had and seems very scarce on the internet with the few copies showing up bein xlibrary mainly..

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books]
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        Fairy Tales

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1924. 198pp, original red decorative cloth in DJ. DJ slightly browned, chipped to spine ends and corners, spine slightly browned, rear panel slightly soiled, couple of small tears to edges. Book slightly rubbed to extremities, hint of foxing to edges of text block and endpapers, otherwise internally bright and clean. With twelve tipped in tissue guarded plates by Nielsen (as called for). Now with a cloth, velvet lined, drop back box, made by Temple Bookbinders, with title in gilt to spine. First Edition. Hardback. Good+/Good. Illus. by Nielsen, Kay. 4to.

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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        Fairy Tales. Illustrated by Kay Nielsen

      George H. Doran Company, New York,, 1924. Quarto. Original black cloth with silver, black and orange illustration pasted to upper board, titles to upper cover in black, titles to spine in silver, pictorial endpapers. Line mark to upper board. House in the original printed box. llustrated with 12 tipped in colour plates, captioned tissues, monochrome plates and drawings within text. A fine copy, the lid of the box has been repaired to two corners, the other two corners are split. First US Edition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Fairy Tales

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1924. 198pp, rebound in full morocco by Temple Bookbinders, raised bands, spine in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, illustrator to fourth, remaining panels framed with gilt double fillet, upper cover with gilt design replicated from the original cloth, gilt roll to edges and inner dentelles, a.e.g. marbled endpapers. Externally near fine, internally very slightly browned, the final illustration has a small mark, but generally quite bright and clean. With twelve, tissue guarded, tipped in colour illustrations by Nielsen (as called for). Housed in a cloth, velvet lined, slipcase, with the gilt design from the original cloth again replicated to the front of the slipcase. First Edition. Full Morocco. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Nielsen, Kay. 4to.

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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