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        The Constant Nymph

      Heinemann London: Heinemann. 1924. First edition, first printing, second issue with the half-title in the second state; in second issue dustwrapper with variant ads on the rear panel (copies of the first printing of the first edition were so altered very early in the distribution process, possibly even before the book was issued, as the additional books added to the advertising were issued at approximately the same time as this title. Copies of the first issue with all points are rare). Modest foxing to the foredge, and some slight rubbing to the boards, else about fine in very good or better dustwrapper with faint splash marks on the spine, a small, faint stain on the front panel, and very small nicks and tears at the spine ends. The author's second novel, a major and surprise bestseller, about an adolescent girl who falls in love with an older composer, who becomes her guardian when he marries her haughty cousin, who in turn is suffused with jealousy over the close relationship between the girl and her husband. Adapted by the author (along with Basil Dean) into a successful play, and filmed at least four times, among them: in 1928 directed by Adrian Brunel and Basil Dean, and featuring Ivor Novello, Mabel Poulton, and Elsa Lancaster; in 1933, again directed by Dean, with Victoria Hopper and Brian Aherne; and probably most memorably in 1943 directed by Edmund Goulding, and featuring Charles Boyer and Joan Fontaine (who was nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award). Any issue of the first edition is rare in jacket. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Constant Nymph (First Edition)

      William Heinemann London: William Heinemann, 1924. First UK Edition, first printing, preceding the US. Binding and jacket are both second issue (the first issue is quite rare, issued only in small quantities to reviewers prior to publication). Near Fine in a bright, Very Good or better dust jacket. Faint offsetting to the endpapers; jacket is lightly chipped at the corners and spine ends, modestly toned at the spine panel, and has a tiny bruise to the front panel and a small cellotape repair at the heel. Adapted to the stage early in the twentieth century, then filmed several times, most notably in 1943 in a version directed by Edmund Goulding and starring Charles Boyer and Joan Fontaine. Uncommon in jacket, and extremely scarce even in the second issue.

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        Central Criminal Court. Calendar of Prisoners, For the Session Commencing On Tuesday, the 8th day of January, 1924 [through 1970]. Eighteen Volumes

      London: Printed by Merser & Sons, Ltd. [imprint varies], 1924-70. Blue buckram and unbound as issued, ex Law Society; quite sound A rare, almost half-century run of Old Bailey prisoners' monthly calendars, an estimated 50,000 accused, providing their names, ages, occupations, and the crimes charged, described with specificity; in no source consulted, including RLIN & OCLC

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        David Balfour [First N. C. Wyeth in First State Dust Wrapper]

      Charles Scribner's Sons New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924. First edition. Original brown printed dust wrapper with color insert on cover. A brilliant, fine copy of the first edition with absolutely no signs of wear. The dust wrapper is very good or better with only a very small piece chipped away above the highest lettering on the spine (about 1 cm) and only very occasional, slight wear otherwise. Cover insert, illustrated title and endpaper plus nine full-page color plates by N. C. Wyeth. Most scarce in this condition and a great collector's find.

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        Saint Joan: A Chronicle Play in Six Scenes and an Epilogue

      Constable & Co 1924. v, 183 pp. Linen spine over decorated boards in original dust wrapper. Paper spine label. Edition limited to 750 copies. Top edge gilt. A few stains and several large chips to dw but with Rickett's pictorial design complete. Ink inscription to fep. Sixteen tipped-in colour plates by Charles Ricketts. Internally fresh and clean.

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      1924. Fine. BULFINCH, Thomas. LEGENDS OF CHARLEMAGNE. Illustrated by N. C. Wyeth. New York: Cosmopolitan Book Publishers, 1924. First edition. Perfect cloth, bright gilt spine and top edge, quite minor spots of soil to color pastedown on cover. Child's ink ownerhip to front pastedown. In very good plus color illustrated dust jacketwith light soil and a few closed tears at edges. Internally, fine as can be. Color illustrated title page and eight color plates. (Hanff & Greene 20).

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        Ein HungerkŸnstler. Vier Geschichten.

      Berlin: Verlag die Schmiede, 1924.. 8vo. (7.75 x 5.25 inches). pp.85, (1). Paper-covered boards printed as wood veneer. Red and blue label fixed to front cover, paper label to spine, printed in red, darkened. Some rubbing with loss of paper to lower edge of front and rear covers (less so to rear), with edges rubbed, and small loss of veneer-effect paper to top corner of front cover and rear corner of lower cover. Top edge blue, deckle fore-edge. Spotting to prelims and extrems. Owner's name in ink to front free endpaper (dated 1954). Trifle light very occasional spotting to text. O/w contents clean and bright. Binding firm and square. A Very Good copy. The four stories are Erstes Leid, Eine kleine Frau, Ein HungerkŸnstler, Josefine, die SŠngerin, oder das Volk der MŠuse. Einbandentwurf Georg Salter. Die Romane des XX. Jahrhunderts.

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        The Specimen Case

      London: Hodder & Stoughton 1924 London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1924]. First edition. 8vo. 320 pp. Red cloth titled in black, pictorial dust jacket designed by Ellen Edwards. Fine in fine dust jacket

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        Ovyde hys Booke of Methamorphose, Books X-XV

      Houghton Mifflin Boston & NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1924. Quarto. xl, 189pp. One of 375 copies. American issue. Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press in Stratford-upon-Avon on Batchelor's Kelmscott handmade paper. Translated by William Caxton and printed from the manuscript in the Pepysian Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge. In a handsome binding of crimson morocco, with a triple gilt-ruled border to covers, a central gilt oval wreath comprised of flowers and leaves to the front cover, and gray moiré silk doublures. Gilt-titled to spine, with gilt borders to six compartments. A couple of small, slightly darker spots to the covers, possibly variations in the leather, else very fine.

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        A Story Teller's Story

      B.W. Huebsch New York: B.W. Huebsch. 1924. First. First edition. Light contemporary name in pencil ("H.L. Rounds"), else fine in an attractive, very good dustwrapper with the spine tanned. Signed by the author. Anderson's first of three autobiographies. Aside from the towering achievement of Anderson's short stories, one of his greatest feats was to move American literature into the modern age by breaking down the boundaries between fiction and autobiography. It was said his fiction was mostly autobiography and his autobiographies were mostly fiction. It was in this volume that the process became most evident. Johnson High Spot of American Literature. .

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        Hell-Bent Fer Heaven

      Harper & Brothers New York: Harper & Brothers. 1924. First. First edition. Fine in an about fine dustwrapper with some very modest soiling. The jacket is the earliest state without the Pulitzer Prize sticker affixed to the front panel. Basis for the 1926 J. Stuart Blackton-directed film Hell-Bent for Heaven featuring Patsy Ruth Miller and John Harron. Very scarce Pulitzer Prize-winning play, set amongst the mountain people of the Carolinas. Seldom found in jacket, and rarely without the sticker announcing the Pulitzer Prize. Hughes's first solely authored play. .

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        Doctor Dolittle’s Circus

      Frederick A. StokesWith colour frontispiece, illustrated title and 79 plates, all by Lofting. Original decorated yellow cloth with illustrated end-papers, binding a bit soiled, but generally a very good copy. Inscribed by the author on half-title ("Sincerely yours, Hugh Lofting"). First American edition of the fourth book in the Doctor Dolittle series.

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        Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen Illustrated By Kay Nielsen

      Hodder & Stoughton 1924. N.d. [1924]. 197 pp. No. 419 of a Limited De Luxe Edition of 500 copies signed by the artist, Kay Nielsen. Publisher's dark blue cloth elaborately decorated in gilt on front board and spine. In original dust wrapper, with repeated desgin from front cover. Dw chipped at head & tail of spine and along edges. Twelve tipped-in colour plates with captioned tissue-guards by Kay Nielsen. Head and tail-pieces, decorative borders and full-page b&w illustrations by Nielsen. No markings or inscriptions. Clean and fresh copy, gilt bright. A handsome copy in original dw.

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        When we were very young. With decorations by Ernest H. Shepard.

      1. utg. London, Methuen & Co, 1924. X + (2) + 99 + (1) s. Rikt illustrert. Orig. dekorert helsjirtingbd. Ryggen svakt plettet. Liten rift i bakre forsatsbl., ellers et fint eks.. *Publisher`s blue cloth. First edition. Richly illustrated. Spine a little stained. Small tear in back endpaper, otherwise a good copy

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        LA CÉRAMIQUE ANCIENNE DU PÉROU. Éditions Albert Morancé, Paris, 1924.

      Bella cartella con coperta riccamente decorata, cm 12x31, fascicolo di t. pp 48, numerose illustrazioni a colori nel t., 65 tavv sciolte di cui 28 con pregevoli illustrazioni a colori. Tracce d?uso ed abrasioni esterne, qualche limitato margine scurito a poche tavv, peraltro esemplare decisamente buono che conserva splendidi colori.

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        The Immortals

      D. Appleton and Company New York: D. Appleton and Company. 1924. First. 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. .

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      London: Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press 1924. 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.

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        Ein Hungerkunstler Vier Geschichten

      Berlin: Die Schmiede, 1924 First German language edition of A Hunger Artist. Original dark green cloth boards have moderate wear. Printed cover, designed by Georg Salter, is somewhat faded but spine label is intact with no chipping or soiling, with little fading. Striated paper-covered boards suggests wood-veneer covered with thick brush strokes by an amateur furniture-maker. No Dust Jacket. Cover protected by mylar sleeve. Binding is tight. Text block and interior pages are clean and unmarked.*** This was the last work Kafka saw to press in his lifetime and published in the year of his death. He worked on correcting proofs of the book as he was dying. About 3,000 copies printed, though the files of Die Schmiede which published mainly Jews and Zionists was eradicated by the Nazis, unusual for them as German methodicalness – "Vorsprung durch Technik". (For example, retaining the Altneu Synagogue of Prague, as well as so many religious and cultural relics in the adjoining museum, was based on the idea of exhibiting the relics of an extinct race.) As of April 1925, 551 copies of this title had been sold.*** Dietz 66; W / G 7; Raabe 7. A beautiful collector's edition.

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      111pp. Frontispiece of Churchill. Original pictorial softback. First edition. Quite heavily foxed; covers and spine a little rubbed and browned; else a good plus copy of a very scarce book.

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      Paris, France: Shakespeare and Company , 1924 Half leather binding is worn with rubbing especially at extremities and on spine panel. Gold embossing on spine is bright and crisp. Hinges cracked but binding is intact. Pages are toned with occasional abrading that does not impinge on text. Minor staining along a one inch section of the bottom edge of text block. Interior pages are unmarked except for prior owner's name. Decorative marbled end papers are clean.

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        Autographed Letter - 2 Pages

      n.p. [Paris]: Laboureur, 1924, 1924 Jean-Émile Laboureur, [French Painter, 1877-1947]. 2 page A.L.S., June 3rd, 1924. n.p. [Paris]. A very fine letter to an unnamed art dealer detailing titles & prices for 11 prints offered on consignment until July 15th, 1924, with good content: " Your customer is practically correct. The print "Love in the Woods" is prepared not by a dry point but by a very light etching, as was nearly always the custom in France since the 18th century. It is the case with about one quarter of my engravings. It depends on the subject matter and of the treatment" Signed & dated, J. E. Laboureur. "Founder in 1923 of the Société des Peintres Graveurs Indépendants, friend to avant-garde poet Guillaume Apollinaire and painter Marie Laurencin, the artist Jean-Émile Laboureur found inspiration in sources ranging from Hellenistic vase painting to Nabis artists such as Bonnard, Vuillard and Vallotton. Laboureur was born in Nantes, France in 1877. He arrived in Paris in 1895 to study at the Faculty of Law. Quickly dissatisfied in that pursuit, he began to frequent the Academie Julian, a prestigious Parisian art academy. Laboureur was soon introduced to the eminent wood engraver Auguste Lepère, and decided to devote himself to the study of printmaking. While Lepère imparted technical expertise, artists like Toulouse-Lautrec, with whom Laboureur became acquainted in 1896, encouraged his sense of humor and irony, bringing a cosmopolitan flair to his work. Between 1899 and 1910, Laboureur traveled extensively. He cultivated a broad historical knowledge of engraving in Germany and Italy. In Greece, he was greatly inspired by the elegance of Classical vase painting. He returned to Paris in 1910, as Picasso and Braque were ushering in Cubism. Building on this analytical, geometric style with the knowledge and inspiration acquired during his travels, Laboureur developed a decorative style distinctly his own. By the end of World War I, Laboureur had gained a new audience with his success in book design and illustration. His service in the war had led him to experiment with engraving on metal, which required neither the acid baths of etching nor the bulky equipment of wood engraving. Gradually his style became more fluid, moving away from the rigid properties of Cubism. Displaying what contemporary poet and friend Max Jacob described as "chic" and "grand classical elegance," Laboureur was widely collected by Americans as well as Europeans." - IFPDA. Signed by Author. Original Autographed Letters & Documents. Framed & Glazed.

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      1924. 1. ABC. (FARJEON,ELEANOR) THE COUNTRY CHILD'S ALPHABET by Eleanor Farjeon. Lond.: Poetry Bookshop 1924. Sm. 4to, pictorial boards, slight wear to paper on spine else near Fine. 1st ed. of this delicate and lovely alphabet, illustrated by WILLIAM MICHAEL ROTHENSTEIN with 26 fine full page art deco illustrations, each with a country theme. Scarce.

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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.

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        The First (-Twentieth) Volume of the Wren Society...

      Oxford: Printed for the Wren Society at the University Press, 1924-43.. 20 volumes. Original cloth backed printed boards, spines with black lettering. Complete with 18 frontispieces and 772 numbered plates, some with more than one subject to a page, mostly single page, the others double page or folding, in addition to this volume XV with 104 pp. of photographic illustrations and volumes II and VI with 7 double sided leaves of illustrations. Some occasional light wear, but a very good set overall. In their own words: "The object and work of the Wren Society has been the elucidation of the career and achievements of the great architect, by searching out and publishing original drawings, documents and facts of proved authenticity relating to his life and works". The compilers of this magnificent body of work drew upon numerous sources in its creation, most notably from the collections in All Souls, Oxford, the St. Paul's Library, the Pepys Library and the Soane Collection. This set comprises the complete run of the work and bears the ownership inscription of one Frank J. Potter in the first volume, one of the original subscriber's and a Fellow of the R.I.B.A. Indeed, the set was only issued to subscribers, of whom 289 are listed at the rear of the final volume, excluding those listed in memoriam.

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        The Works of... Atlantic Edition.

      London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1924-28.. Limited edition, set number 106 of the English edition of 620 copies, signed by the Author in volume I. Twenty-eight volumes. 8vo. Publisher's plum buckram, gilt lettered to spines and with the author's initials to the upper boards, top edges gilt, others untrimmed, dust jackets to all but volume VII present, the text printed on paper watermarked "H.G.W." Photographic frontispieces to each volume, being either portraits, views of facsimiles of manuscript pages. Some spotting to the fore edges, many of the dust jackets with varying degrees of loss and repairs, but a very good set overall. A further 1,050 sets were made available in the US in a slightly less desirable binding of tan cloth backed cloth boards. The works comprise: I. The Time Machine. The Wonderful Visit, and Other Stories. II. The Island of Doctor Moreau. The Sleeper Awakes. III. The Invisible Man. The War of the Worlds. IV. Anticipations, and Other Papers. V. The Food of the Gods. The Sea Lady. VI. The First Men in the Moon, and Some More Human Stories. VII. The Wheels of Chance. Love and Mr. Lewisham. VIII. Kipps. IX. A Modern Utopia, and Other Discussions. X. In the Days of the Comet, and Seventeen Short Stories. XI. The Undying Fire, and Philosophical and Theological Speculations. XII. Tono-Bungay. XIII. Ann Veronica, and Boon. XIV. The New Macchiavelli. XV. Marriage. XVI. The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman. Socialism and the Family. XVII. The History of Mr. Polly, and Bealby. XVIII. The Passionate Friends, and Three Essays. XIX. The Research Magnificent. XX. The War in the Air, and Other War Forebodings. XXI. The World Set Free, and Other War Papers. XXII. Mr. Britling. XXIII. Joan and Peter. XIV. Joan and Peter (continued). The Story of a Great Schoolmaster. XXV. The Soul of a Bishop. The Secret Places of the Heart. XXVI. A Volume of Journalism. XXVII. The History of the World. XXVIII. Men Like Gods. The Dream.

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        Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen Illustrated by Kay Nielsen

      London: Hodder and Stoughton. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. ca 1924. Hardcover. Moire green cloth, gilt illustration and titling front and spine, decorated endpapers, frontispiece and 11 additional plates, each tipped in and protected by titled tissue guards, many additional b&w illustrations, decorative initials and borders, all illustrations being by Kay Nielsen.; 8.5 x 11.5; 197 pp; A very well cared for copy. Front bright, spine a bit faded and slightly worn top and bottom, 3 faint spots on rear board, inside is clean and bright except for a tiny spot on the last page, no foxing or writing. .

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        Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen illustrated by Kay Nielsen

      London : Hodder & Stoughton , nd[1924] . First Edition . NF . 4TO . Colour frontis and 11 other mounted plates by Nielsen. A wonderful copy in the scarce red silk variant binding. Bright unworn gilt on front cover, very slightly faded on spine. Very light wear, scattered foxing to early and last pages. A very handsome copy indeed.

      [Bookseller: Neil Williams, Bookseller]
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        L'EROICA - 1924 - 87-88-89-90 dedicato in onore del grande poeta GIOVANNI PASCOLI (1855-1912) In copertina xilografia di PUBLIO MORBIDUCCI ( (Roma, 1889 â?? 1963) medagliere, xilografo e pittore., La Spezia, L'Eroica, 1924

      25 x 32, frange , pp. 123. Volume ricco di xilografie originali di grandi artisti tutte volte ad interpretare le poesie del grande romagnolo. Ercole Dogliani, Giovanni Michelucci, Tito Pozzi (2), Luisa Lovarini, Armando Cermignani, Giovanni Zannacchini, Luzio Lansel, Romeo Musa (2), Alessandro Pandolfi, Morbiducci (3), M, Vellani Marchi, F. MarforiI-Savini, Luisa Lovarini, LUIGI SERVOLINI, Benito Boccolari. Scritti e liriche sempre in "onore" a Pascoli di V. Locchi, Giuseppe Zoppi, Carlo Ravasio, Calogero Bonavia, A. Faraglia, Mario Dei Gaslini, Luzio Nansel, Mario Majoli, Ada Bombini, Luzio Lansel ed altri.

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        Kalle, Ulla och Sprätten.

      Två akvarellerade teckningar, delvis med inslag av collage. Förlagor till ett uppslag i Kylbergs barnbok Kalle och Ulla och Sprätten (1924, s. 10-11). Stämpelsignerade. C:a 25 × 16,5 cm vardera. Ramade tillsammans i en djup lådliknande ram. Proveniens: Linnea Braun. Carl Kylberg tyckte om att rita och skriva för barn och utgav flera barnböcker. Kalle och Ulla och Sprätten utkom 1924 hos Bonniers som i sin första entusiasm även föreslog konstnären andra barnboksprojekt. Men Kalle och Ulla och Sprätten sålde illa och Kylbergs nästa bok, Lejonet Leo, som tillkom samma år, refuserades och utgavs först senare.. Boken handlar om hur Kalle, Ulla och "en lustig sprätt, klädd i krage och manschett" går på cirkus tillsammans. På vägen dit möter de flera udda figurer - greve Finemang, en prinsessa, en fattig karl och en indian - och på cirkusen bl. a. en pajas, en dansös, en tiger och en boxare:Sen sa Sprätten bara 'Dimp!'och på golvet som en klimpHela boxaren han dampUtan minsta strid och kamp.Föreliggande skisser återger ett centralt uppslag i boken. På väg mot cirkusen ser Kalle, Ulla och Sprätten en fattig karl på en bänk. Han är visserligen klädd i hemska trasor men approcheras ändå av Sprätten, som ber att få göra honom glad. Bilderna visar Sprätten bjuda allesammans på glass och lemonad, varefter han och barnen fortsätter sin promenad till cirkusen. Texten lyder:Och så fick dom se ett ståndDär det satt en fru så blondSprätten bjöd på strut med krämKrämen var så angenäm.Sedan drack dom lemonadSå att karlen han blev glad.Sen sa karlen: 'Tack, ajö!'Bort han gick så glad och rötill ett annat kolifejOch dom andra gick för sej

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        in our time

      Three Mountains Press Paris: Three Mountains Press. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION, one of only 170 numbered copies, printed on Rives hand-made paper, of Hemingway's second book. With woodcut portrait frontispiece after Henry Strater. Paris: Three Mountains Press, 1924. Tall octavo, original publisher's decorated tan paper boards; custom cloth box. Bookplate on front pastedown. A few spots of rubbing to spine, one corner lightly bumped; boards a little bowed; usual discoloration to endpapers. A very nice copy.

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        Typed Letter Signed on White House stationery

      Washington, D.C., 1924. unbound. very good. Typed letter signed in full, thanking recipient for his note. 1 page, 8vo, on White House stationery; (slightly soiled at margins, extra folds). Washington, D.C., March 28, 1924. Please accept my thanks for your note of the 26th which tells me of the project to create a memorial to the men of the Merchant Marine who made the great sacrifice during the world war, in the form of a Seaman's Christian Association Building. It is a worthy and deserving effort to serve at once as a memorial to the service of our seamen, and as a means of promoting the highest interests of the Merchant Marine." Includes two 8" x 10" vintage sepia photos of the Seaman's Christian Association building (one exterior, one interior).

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        Chalk Face

      Boni and Liveright New York: Boni and Liveright. (1924). First. First edition. A small price on the front pastedown, and a trifle spotted on the boards, else near fine in a good dustwrapper with a few chips, mostly on the front panel, and some old and unnecessary internal repairs. The author's only mystery, a horror story listed in both Bleiler and Hubin. .

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      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd. 19241928. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., [1924 - 1928].. Four volumes. Gilt decorated cloth, t.e.g. Illustrated by Ernest H. Shepard. First trade editions of the constituent volumes of Milne's durable chronicle of the adventures of Christopher Robin, with the circle widening to include Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, Piglet, et al. The first volume is the second state, with page 'ix' numbered. It bears a small ink 1924 gift inscription in the upper corner of the free endsheet, has a bit of the usual offsetting to the endsheet gutters, and bears the tiny bookplate of Mary Elisabeth Hudson on the pastedown. It is otherwise very good and bright, in lightly worn and tanned dust jacket, with a few small nicks and faint spots. The second volume is fine and bright, in near fine dust jacket with a couple finger smudges on the front panel, a trace of tanning and a few faint spots to the spine panel, and a short, closed tear at the top edge of the front panel. The third volume is fine and bright in very good dust jacket with trace of tanning to spine and edges, and a few faint spots to the spine. The final volume is fine and bright, in near fine dust jacket with a few faint spots on the spine panel. Withal, while not a perfect set, this a very, very respectable one.

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        Fairy Tales.

      London: Hodder and Stoughton [1924]. First edition de luxe with 12 colour-plates tipped ind with texted tissue guards and text-illustr. in black/white by Kay Nielsen. Publisher's pictorial dark blue cloth. Well-preserved copy. Names on flyleaf.. Copy no. 363 of 500, signed by the artist

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      Albert & Charles Boni 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.

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        The Architecture of the Renaissance in Tuscany. Illustrating the Most Important Churches, Palaces, Villas and Monuments

      New York: The Architectural Book Publishing Company. (1924). First. First edition. Preface by Guy Lowell. Two volumes. Large folio. Illustrated. Fine in lightly worn, very near fine dustwrappers with very small nicks and tears. A lovely set and rare in this condition. .

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        COPPER TOP

      1924. 1. GAZE,HAROLD. COPPER TOP. NY: Harper Brothers (1924 B-Y). Thick 4to (7 1/4 x 9 1/4"), 338p., blue cloth stamped in gold. Last illustration slightly out of register else Fine in dust wrapper (dw chipped spine ends). First American edition of this marvelous fantasy adventure written by Gaze as well as illustrated by him. The story is about a little girl who meets all manner of strange gnomes, fairies and creatures after she goes to sleep at night. Illustrated by Gaze with 12 beautiful color plates plus many full and partial page fanciful line illustrations. Gaze was a New Zealand artist who "dominated the fairy genre in Australian children's books " after Ida Rentoul Outhwaite (See Muir History of Australian Children's Book Illus. p.77). Scarce in dust wrapper.

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        To Lhasa in disguise. A secret expedition through mysterious Tibet

      The Century Co. New York & London: The Century Co.. 1924. First edition, 8vo, pp. xiv, 462; frontis portrait and 65 illus. from photographs on rectos and versos of 18 plates; fine copy in the illusive dust-jacket which has a minor crease in the front panel. The American edition precedes the London edition and contains more illustrations as well.

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        Forfatterlexikon omfattende Danmark, Norge og Island indtil 1814. I-XII + Supplement.

      Köpenhamn, 1924-39. (10),544 + (4),489 + (4),514 + (4),495 + (4),481 + (4),486,(1) + (4),473,(1) + (4),452 + (6),390 + (4),74 + IX,(3),532,(1) + IX,(3),549 + (8),374 s. Tolv fina, helt obetydligt nötta, ljusbruna halvmarokängbd med upphöjda bind, blindpressade ryggar samt mörkröda titel- och deltiteletiketter (Hedberg, 1942). Övre guldsnitt, övriga snitt oskurna. Omslagen medbundna. Med Gustaf Bernströms blindpressade monogramstpl nederst på ryggarna.. Komplett med supplementet från 1939. De tre sista delarna innehåller en Holbergbibliografi. Ett standardreferensverk rörande äldre dansk litteratur

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        Illustrated Card of Kaiser Wilhelm II Signed

      Doorn [The Netherlands]. 1924. Illustrated card. Measuring 3.5" x 5.5". A touch of wear at the corners, else fine. A card featuring a painting of Kaiser Wilhem II by German artists Alfred Schwartz and Signed by Wilhem II in 1924 with a brief sentiment. .

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        Autographed Letter, 25 March, 1924

      Paris: Frank Harris, 1924 Superb Harris, Frank. Autographed Letter, 25 March, 1924. 2pp. 8vo., 7" 1/4 x 10" 1/2 folded once, on the letterhead of the Grand Hotel Haussmann, Paris addressed to W. H. Exelby in Montreal. A chatty letter: "Tho' I'm worked to death I want to write to you with my own hand and thank you for your surprising letter. I have worked as a farm hand, stoker & waiter... I'm sending you "The Bomb" & some little booklets.. which contain a number of my "Contemporary Portraits". These have sold better in the US than my short stories... I seem to have lost my way in life... A.S.(S) Burleson Wilson's Post Master General destroyed my magazine, Pearson's by holding up the mail on the pretext that he had been informed that there was something seditious in it. He took my money... I'm writing The Story of My Life... The most important book ever written / Yours Ever / Frank Harris" In very good or better condition with the original mailing envelope showing some use. "Frank Harris (1856 – 1931) was a British-born, naturalized-American author, editor, journalist and publisher, who was friendly with many well-known figures of his day. Though he attracted much attention during his life for his irascible, aggressive personality, editorship of famous periodicals, and friendship with the talented and famous, he is remembered mainly for his multiple-volume memoir My Life and Loves, which was banned in countries around the world for its sexual explicitness." - Wikipedia. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Latvju Raksti. Tautas maksla Uzvalkos, Audomos, Buves, Podnieciba U.T.T. pec Materialem Valsts un privatos Krajumos - Ornement Letton. Art vestimentaire, Textile, Architectural, Ceramique etc D'Après des Documents officiels et privés. 3 Vols.

      Riga, Valstspapiru Spiestuves Izdevums, (1924-31). Small folio. Bound in 3 orig. full cloth with printed patterns on froncovers. Frontcovers with title-plaquettes in brass "Latvju raksti Ornement Letton". Profusely illustrated with colourplates and tipped-in plates. Clean and fine.. The original printing

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        FEMINA - 1924 - revue de mode - fondateur PIERRE LAFITTE - Annata completa e rilegata unico volume (12 fascicoli gennaio-dicembre), Paris, Editions Pierre Lafitte, 1924

      25 x 33, unico volume rilegato mz, tela rossa, Testi in francese. Leggere rifilature. In tutti i fascicoli ci sono numerose e belle pagine di pubblicità anche a colori, e la quantità è indicata con numeri romani. Ricchissima documentazione, foto, illustrazioni di abiti, modelli,cappelli. ecc. JANVIER - pp.36 + XXXI. Cop, di PEROUD. FEVRIER - pp. 36 + XXXII. Cop. di MARTHY. MARS - pp. 40 + XXXVIII. Cop. di BRUMMER. AVRIL - pp.44 + LVI. "180 robes nouvelles" MAI - pp. 44 + LIII. NUMERO SPECIAL DE MODES D'ETE. JUIN - pp- 40 + LV. MODES DE SPORTS ET DE VOYAGE. Cop. par JACQUES BRISSAUD. JUILLET - pp. 40 + XXVIII.. Cop. par PIERRE BRISSAUD. AOUT - pp.36 + XXII.In cop. due giocatori di tennis. SEPTEMBRE - pp. 40 + XXV. Cop. di MARTHY. "premier coup d'oeil sur la mode d'Hiver". OCTOBRE - pp. 54 + LXII.Numero exceptionel " MODES D'HIVER" Copertina patinata di LEON BENIGNI. NOVEMBRE - pp. 40 + XLIX. 30 MODELS SEULEMENT MAIS LES PLUS JOLIS DE LA SAISON" DECEMBRE - NOEL - pp. 48 + .XLVIII.Numero veramente bello con tantissime figure a colori applicate ai piatti cartonati. l'annata completa viene offerta a

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      London: Methuen & Co. [1924], 1924 Milne, A. A. FOURTEEN SONGS FROM WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG. London: Methuen & Co, [1924]. First Edition. From TBCL's Children's Bookcase. First Edition in Four Parts, of Milne's wonderful children's verses from When We Were Very Young, this first of the Christopher Robin books, set to music by H. Fraser-Simson. Sm 4to., 34pp. A fine copy bound in modern gilt-titled red cloth, hand-made custom blue endpapers; contents near fine, without blemish. A splendid example.. 1st Edition.

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        The Architecture Of The Renaissance In Tuscany Illustrating The Most Important Churches, Palaces, Villas And Monuments

      Architectural Book Publishing Co NY: Architectural Book Publishing Co, 1924. Hardcover. Orig. green cloth decorated in gilt and blind. Near fine in scarce chipped and frayed dust wrappers. 2 vols./No Dust Jacket. Large folio, 41 x 31 cm. 370 plates -- photographs, plans, and engravings after measured drawings. Preface by Guy Lowell. Originally published, 1885-1908 in eleven parts. ARNTZEN/RAINWATER J245. " An important monumental work on 15th and 16th century architecture in Tuscany. Divided into sections on architects, building types, and details. Scholarly text." Tight, firm set, interior contents clean and bright. Some minor shelf wear.

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        Excellent Autograph Letter Signed

      Paris: J.E.L., 1924 Laboureur, Jean Emile. [1877-1943]. French illustrator & engraver. One of the great Book Illustrators of the first half of the 20th century. Excellent Autograph Letter Signed. Paris: June 3rd, 1924. 8vo., 2pp. Addressed to Dutch Art Dealer, J. F. Van Deene. Laboureur is sending 11 prints to his correspondent which he describes & prices individually. An interesting & rare 'working' letter. "Your customer is pragmatically correct. The print 'Love In The Woods' is prepared not by a dry point but with a very light etching, as was nearly always the custom in France since the 19th century...." Signed in full & dated.. Signed by Author. Original Autographed Letters & Documents.

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        Physiology Lab Notebook

      Toronto Toronto, 1924. 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. Good condition with moderate usage wear to cover, including edge bumping, smudges and abrasions, as well as overall age toning to all.

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        Svenska fruktsorter i färglagda avbildningar.

      50 äpplen, 25 päron, 10 körsbär, 15 plommon utgivna av Svenska Trädgårdsföreningen. P. A. Norstedt & Söners Förlag, Stockholm 1924. [12],[200],[6] sidor + 100 planscher i färglitografi. Förlagets halvfranska band med förgylld ryggdekor och titel samt fyra upphöjda markerade bind och övre rött snitt. [31x24,5 cm]. Andra upplagan. Med ett tvåcentimeters ytterst obetydlig rand i skinnet ovanför den förgyllda korgen mitt på ryggen [se bilden]. Inlagan ren och fin. Fint skick.. Första upplagan utkom 1899-1912

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