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        The Knave of Hearts

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1925 - Folio. 36 by 29.5 cm. Sumptuous full page Parrish color illustrations, some of his most famous and memorable, many full-page, set to whimsical masque written by Saunders. Light sunning of spine. Minor fraying of spine tips' cloth. Light scattered foxing and/or soiling. Still, reads overall as a clean-ish copy and squarely a very good one. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The Knave Of Hearts

      Charles Scribner's Sons,, New York: 1925 - Very good+ in black cloth covered boards with a printed, color paper paste down on the front board. A folio measuring 13 3/4" by 11 1/2" with end sheet illustrations by Maxfield Parrish. The verso of the first free end page and the fly title pages have very light spots of foxing as does the recto of the last free end sheet and its facing page. The hinges and joints are tight and strong. Without a dust jacket as issued. 46 numbered page followed by one color plate. Illustrated throughout with beautiful color plates by Maxfield Parrish. A very clean, tight and handsome copy with no prior ownership markings of any kind. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Town's End Books, ABAA]
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        Douze nouvelles de Messire Jean Boccace Seigneur Florentin.

      Kieffer, Editeur-relieur 1925 - Paris, Kieffer, Editeur-relieur, 1925. In-8, 170 pages plus table et achevé d’imprimer. Reliure plein maroquin vert foncé, dos à trois nerfs, titre or, tête dorée, décor à froid sur chaque plat représentant un nu féminin encadré de six médaillons, trois motifs à froid sur le dos, couverture illustrée conservée (étiquette de René Kieffer). 56 compositions in texte en couleurs. Illustrations en couleurs d’Alfred LE PETIT réalisées au pochoir. Tirage limité à 600 exemplaires, un des 50 numérotés sur vélin de cuve (deuxième papier), avec une suite en noir des illustrations et un dessin original (celui de la page 46). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ARCALA LIVRES ANCIENS]
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        Deutsche Fayence- und Porzellan-Hausmaler 2 Bde (= komplett)

      Leipzig, Hiersemann, 1925. . Seltenes Standardwerk, für dessen Vorbereitung Pazaurek fast zwei Jahrzehnte brauchte. Der Berufsstand der eigenständigen, nicht an eine Manufaktur gebundenen Porzellan- und Fayence-Hausmaler florierte im späten 17. bis zur Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts; sie arbeiteten in eigener Werlstatt meist im Auftag eines gutbetuchten Mäzens. U.a. über Schaper, Bottengruber, v. Wolfsburg, Preußler und die Schwarzlotmalerei, Rokoko-Hausmaler aus Franken, Berlin und Wien und die Nachblüte der Porzellan-Hausmalerei seit der Empirezeit. - Die Titel jeweils mit Besitzvermerk, sonst gutes, sauberes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel]
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        Six poèmes Barbares.

      Maurice De Becque Paris 1925 In-folio ( 390 X 290 mm ) de 15 pages, en feuilles sous chemise rempliée et chemise cartonnée à dos de toile vieux-rouge, fermeture à lacet. 12 eaux-fortes, dont 6 hors-texte gravées en couleurs de Maurice DE BECQUE. Tirage limité et numéroté à 200 exemplaires, celui-ci, n°92, un des 40 sur Madagascar avec 1 suite en noir des 6 hors-texte avec remarques. Monod II, n°7013. D'autres photos sur

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      Rene Kieffer, Paris 1925 - Edition illustré de 20 eaux - fortes de Vigoureux . 337 pp. Tirage limité à 500 exemplaires.exemplaire sur vélin de cuve .- ( Nº 87 ) .- Plein maroquin havane façon crocodile, sur les deux plats important motif décoratif rouge à froid , dos orné , tête dorée , couverture et dos originales conservée .( RENÉ KIEFFER ) .- BEL EXEMPLAIRE.Très bon état .- ***** ------ ******* .- ILLUSTRATIONS: illustrated with 20 original etchings by Vigoureux.LIMITATIONS : limited edition to 500 copies .This copy is number 87 on vélin de cuve . BINDING : full light brown morocco imitacion crocodile skin . ( RENÉ KIEFFER ) , both covers decorated with an Art - deco red design . spine with design , top edge gilt , original decorated wrappers bound in .VERY FINE Size: In 8vo 0.0 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        XII Elégies de Marceline Desbordes-Valmore.

      Lyon, Le Cercle Lyonnais du Livre, 1925, 1 volume de 265x335x30 mm environ, non paginé, reliure moderne en plein cuir havane très claire, dos à 4 nerfs portant titres dorés, tranche de tête dorée, gardes en soie grège encadrées d'une dentelle dorée sur les contreplats. Ex-libris sur la première garde blanche. Tirage limité à 147 exemplaires. Exemplaire nominatif avec une suite sur Chine des lithographies de Charles Guérin. Frottements sur les coupes, petits accrocs sur le cuir, parfait état intérieur. Bel exemplaire.Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.

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        The song of songs called by many the canticle of canticles

      Waltham St. Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1925. Edition limited to 750 copies (this, no. 507), slim 4to, pp. [4], 9-42, [6]; 17 wood engravings by Eric Gill, initials and title-page vignette printeed in red; a fine copy in original cream cloth, gilt-lettered spine, and contained in a red cloth clamshell box with black morocco label on spine. "In the colour of its engravings, their harmony with the Caslon type, and in its general design, the book was very well done. But some in the Catholic church condemned it as an immoral book, and a disgrace to Gill's name. It had been a dangerous choice for a Catholic artist. Even Gill's friends found fault with it" (Cave and Manson, History of the Golden Cockerel Press, p. 49). Chanticleer 31.

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        Ms. Brief mit eigenh. U. München, 29. VII. 1925.

      1925. 1 S. Gr.-4to. An die namentlich nicht genannte Schriftstellerin Lisa Tetzner (1894-1963): "Das 'Berliner Tageblatt' hat mir Ihre Betrachtungen anlässlich meines Offnen Briefes übersandt und bringt also damit zum Ausdruck, dass es Ihnen nicht opportun erscheint, ihn zu veröffentlichen. Das ist gewissermaßen schade, denn Ihr Aufsatz ist ja sehr hübsch und würde auch im Druck noch viel Vergnügen gemacht haben, aber schliesslich muss ich zugeben, dass die Veröffentlichung nicht unbedingt nötig ist, wie ja denn überhaupt nicht alles Gute unbedingt gedruckt werden muss [...]". - Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf; einige leicht Knickfalten und ein kleiner Einriß im rechten Rand.

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        My Life: Volume II & My Life and Loves; Frank Harris by Tobin & Gertz (3 DISTINCT VOLUMES) Grove Press Edition: Edited and with an Introduction by John F. Gallagher

      Nice / New York: Privately Printed / Imprimerie Nicoise & Grove Press, Inc. , 1925 / 1963. First Edition & First Collected Edition, First Printing. Wrappers / Cloth. Fine / Fine/Fine / Fine. THREE volumes: 1) Presentation Copy SIGNED by the Author from Nice, France, to Robert Cushman with a quote: "Death closes all; yet something ere the end / Some work of noble worth may yet be done."; Vol. II ONLY, small 8vo, tan wrappers, xvii + 433 pages + [6] Index, with Errata slip; PLUS 2) a copy of the Complete edition (Five Volumes in One) of My Life & Loves by Frank Harris, tall and thick 8vo, green cloth with Kulhman' sketch of Harris, Mylar-protected dust jacket with caricaturish orange-tinted sketch of Frank Harris designed by Roy Kuhlman, xviii + 983 pages; PLUS 3) the Limited First Edition, 8vo, Frank Harris, by A. I. Tobin and E. Gertz, Fine in dj, (1931), xii + 393 pages. We here offer THREE Fine examples of one of the great autobiographies with remarkable erotic content and penetrating insights. One copy offers a Great Rarity: A highly personalized Presentation by Harris of his Second Volume. We couple that rarity with a handsome copy of Harris's complete autobiography as published in a Fine edition by Grove.The wrappered Presentation Copy Signed and with a Quotation is square and its binding is holding remarkably well, especially given the paper's relative fragility. There is a barely visible band of purplish color (perhaps caused by offset from another volume) that can be detected on the cover, though it scarcely detracts from the Rarity of having ANY Part of said autobiography in the original wrappers. They simply disappeared or were mangled. Given the age and quality of the wrappered First Edition, there is slight uniform age-toning to the pages, which is to be expected. Internally, the wrappered First Edition (Vol. II) is clear, unmarked, and relatively bright.Overall in Exceptional condition!The thick and tall octavo by Grove Press contains all five of Harris's autobiographical volumes in one. It is clean, tight, bright with a few tiny nicks to the otherwise excellent dust jacket. We also include the revealing biography by A. I. Tobin and E.Gertz, entitled--what else?--Frank Harris, an edition limited to 1,000 copies. Ours is a Fine Copy in an equally Fine dj. It reveals more of the somewhat obscured sexual life of the famous autobiographer and includes unpublished correspondence from Oscar Wilde, Lord Alfred Douglas, and other notables.

      [Bookseller: Borg Antiquarian]
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        JOURNAL INTIME 1878-1881 & 1882-1885. [2 volumes].

      1925-29Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1925-1929. Deux volumes grand in-12 (205 X 207) brochés, chacun sous chemise demi-chagrin noir, dos cinq nerfs, auteur et titre dorés, étui bordé de l'époque. Traces de frottement au dos des chemises. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. C'est son fils Samuel qui a publié le "Journal intime" de Pierre Loti. Un des 75 EXEMPLAIRES numérotés sur JAPON (n°68), tirage de tête. Exemplaire à toutes marges, conservé tel que paru. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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      1925. FRANCOISE. (FRANCOISE)illus. IMAGES A COLORIER POUR LES PETITS ENFANTS SAGES. Paris: Tolmer, no date [1925]. Oblong 4to (9 1/2 x 8 1/8"), pictorial wraps, [12]p. including covers, Fine condition. Featuring 5 full page rich and lovely POCHOIR (hand-colored with a stencil) illustrations in Francoise's simple, distinctive style. These are meant to be used as models for the reader to color on the opposite pages which are done only in line. Also color illustrated on both covers. A rare Francoise book. See Bader p. 52.

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        Poor Cecco

      New York: George H. Doran Company, 1925. - The Rarest of the Limited Edition Rackham BooksLimited to 105 Copies Signed by the Author[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. BIANCO, Margery Williams. Poor Cecco. By Margery Williams Bianco. Author of "The Velveteen Rabbit." Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. New York: George H. Doran Company, [1925].First edition, deluxe large paper issue. One of 105 numbered copies signed by Margery Williams Bianco. Quarto. 175 pp. Seven full-page illustrations in color, mounted on white paper, and twenty-four drawings in black and white. Original parchment-backed light blue paper boards, navy blue lettering label on spine. Pictorial endpapers in pale blue on white. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Upper hinge invisibly restored, very slight (closed) split to top one inch of parchment spine on lower joint not affecting joint integrity, short marginal tear to last blank. Otherwise, a fine copy. The text, with the same illustrations by Rackham, also appeared in Good Housekeeping beginning in May 1925. No limited English edition was issued, and this title/edition is the rarest of Rackham illustrated books, and extremely scarce."The Velveteen Rabbit or How Toys Become Real was Margery Williams Bianco's first American work, and it remains her most famous. It became an instant classic and has remained so through numerous adaptations in children's theater as well as on radio, television and in the movies. After becoming a renowned author, Bianco wrote numerous other children's books, with her son becoming the namesake of one of them, 1925's Poor Cecco: The Wonderful Story of a Wonderful Wooden Dog Who Was the Jolliest Toy in the House Until He Went Out to Explore the World—a distinguished book that belies its somewhat priggish subtitle and is arguably better entitled than The Velveteen Rabbit to status as a classic. This lively adventure story, virtually a novel for children, is a brilliant exception to the sentimentality of Bianco's more famous book. Each of the many characters who populate the nursery toy cupboard is a distinct and amusing personality. Their interactions with each other and with the human, animal, and toy members of the world beyond it, whom they encounter on their quest for adventure/search for a lost friend, are delineated with understated humor. The relationship between the wooden dog Cecco, a natural leader, and Jensina, a highly independent and spirited wooden doll, is both subtle and funny. Superb illustrations by Arthur Rackham are a perfect complement to the narrative. While the publisher probably found it more practical to promote the shorter Velveteen Rabbit, Cecco's celebrated illustrator may have assured its survival in the catalogues of rare book dealers despite its undeserved literary obscurity. A return to more sober themes marks Bianco's other popular works, such as the same year's The Little Wooden Doll, illustrated by her daughter Pamela, in which the title character is badly mistreated by some children, but shown love and compassion by another child, which made her whole again." (Wikipedia)Latimore and Haskell, p. 59. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Trevor Lloyd's sketchbooks of New Zealand.

      New Zealand, ca. 1925. In two volumes. Folio (35 x 25 cm, and 36 x 33 cm). The first of white paper, with his name handwritten on the second leaf, and (68 groups of) illustrations, mostly on leaf rectos only, a few using both sides of a leaf. The second, largest, of brown paper, with his name written on the front cover. Inserted: one sheet of trace paper with pencil drawing, and 24 leaves with colour pencil sketches of New Zealand landscapes, and people.= Trevor Lloyd (1863-1937) was a New Zealand artist, illustrator and cartoonist. "...Lloyd was born in Silverdale, Auckland ... [his] work is evocative of the New Zealand bush and his work often contained Maori motifs. Lloyd exhibited with the Auckland Society of Arts in 1883, 1896, 1898, 1899 and 1907 and in 1927 at the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts. Some examples of his work are available online. Lloyd was employed as an illustrator for New Zealand Illustrated Magazine from November 1901 until its last edition in 1905 (in which he was acknowledged). He also worked as an illustrator for Auckland Weekly News and as a cartoonist for The New Zealand Herald, retiring in 1936 after 34 years" (Wikipedia). The first sketchbook mainly shows a) scenes and people, observed and drawn by Lloyd during a boat trip, perhaps on a ferry; and b) spectacular solitary trees and ferns, in rectangular frames. The latter seems to be one of his favourite subjects: several New Zealand museums and art galleries possess tree etchings in his hand, and at least one of the drawings in this manuscript can be identified as the basis of one of his etchings. The former are not without humour: a harbour scene has, in the margin, the sketch of a surprised looking young girl, captioned "He's drawing in ink". Trevor Lloyd was, after all, also one the country's leading cartoonists. Of his India ink sketches those of landscapes are quite detailed; those of people more sketched -some in pencil. Among the pencilled illustrations is one of a cat sleeping in a man's arm, captioned "the prisoner", which left us to wonder who the prisoner was: the cat, or the man? The second sketchbook contains fine, balanced, crayon illustrations of New Zealand landscapes, and people, many captioned with the name of the location (e.g. Whale Island, in the Bay of Plenty, or Umu-Pura Pura, or a short description of the situation (e.g. "One of our backbones", "A warm day"). On some drawings a white tent is visible, suggesting that Lloyd went on a trip through part of New Zealand's Northern Island. Both sketch books show signs of travel and working in the open air. Thus edges frayed, a few smudges and small holes in some leaves, but generally in good condition. In all, a rich cross-section of Lloyd as an observer and artist. See also: John F. Perry. 'Lloyd, Trevor', from the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography.

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      1925. Original photograph album. Very Good. Oblong, string-tied album of black cardstock leaves, 11" x 13", photographs mounted on 35pp, blanks at the rear. Bound in black, flexible boards with an embossed sailing ship and gilt lettering (Photo-Album) on the cover. Pasted in are 116 albumen and silver gelatin prints, ranging from small candids to 8 ½" x 10 ½" group portraits, a few fading, overall sharp and clean. Laid into the album are a Japanese news article, a small head-shot of an older gentleman, and a watercolor portrait (10" x 8 ¼") of a man's face. Most of the photographs in this album. circa 1895-1925, were taken in Mie-Ken (or "Mie prefecture"), part of the Kansai region on the main island of Honshu. The group and individual portraits reflect new social and economic developments and cultural norms that emerged during this period. Subjects are shown in either traditional Japanese garments or in Western dress. Group shots often depict people wearing both styles within the same picture. There are many group shots of schoolchildren of both sexes, young people in uniforms posed before buildings with Japanese signs on them, as well as many formal group shots of families, some "nuclear"-husband, wife, children- others extended by relatives. Individual shots of young children show them almost invariably in western dress, one posed with his tricycle, young boys in uniform, a young girl in kimono showing a dance move while holding a fan, infants in traditional robes, and young men in business suits. Several birdseye views feature very large groups of rural people in traditional dress, posed outdoors. Among the most striking photographs are: one (8 ½" x 10 ½") showing 11 doctors/ medical students posed around two corpses (one smiling happily) being dissected on two tables; four women and one man posed around a table doing handwork (weaving, tatting?); men in western dress, "strap-holding" inside a streetcar; and 5 actors (2 male, 3 female) on stage in costume. ~~ The Meiji period (1868-1912) saw the restoration of the Emperor (this time with a centralized bureaucracy behind him) after years of shogun rule. Japan was under heavy influence from Western political, economic, and educational models, and the country became more capitalist, industrial, and progressively democratic, offering free education to youngsters of both genders. Transportation and communications systems were modernized, the feudal lords and samurai lost their power, and a powerful national army and navy were created. By the early 1870s, the government declared all classes of people to be equal. The Taishu period (1912-26) saw the continued influence of Western culture, and values such as efficiency and individualism continued to replace more traditional ones. Japanese participation on the world stage continued to grow as the nation co-founded the League of Nations and emerged on the winning side in WWI. By 1925, there was universal male suffrage in Japan. Corruption in government increased, however, and the West began to form negative views of this newly-powerful, non-white nation, exacerbated by Japan's poor treatment of China.

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        Das ungarische Volkslied. Versuch einer Systematisierung der ungarischen Bauernmelodien.

      Walter de Gruyter, 1925. Cm. 25,5, pp. (2) 236 + pp. 88 di partiture (in fine). Solida ed elegante legatura posteriore in mezza pergamena con piccole punte e titoli in oro al dorso. Piatto della bross. orig. conservato. Ottima conservazione, parz. a fogli chiusi. Edizione originale in lingua tedesca (fu pubblicato a Budapest nel 1924). Il sottotitolo recita: Tentativo di una "sistematizzazione" delle melodie contadine ungheresi.

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        3 autograph costume designs for an unidentified revue or operetta production. [Presumably Berlin, fl. 1925].

      1925. Each 216:298 mm. (Opaque) watercolor and pencil on solid cardboard, monogrammed. Finely executed drawings, showing some female allegories (a red rose, a bellflower and red weed). - Decorative gouaches by the artist Stern, who emigrated to Hollywood via Paris in 1933.

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        Le Livre d'Esther.

      Paris, L'Édition d'Art Piazza, 1925. 1 vol. in-8. Broché, couvertures imprimées, titre en or sur la première de couverture.50pp ; LXXVIpp, [4]ff.Nouvelle version du livre d'Esther d'après les Saintes écriture par Robert SCHMIDT.Superbe illustration de vingt miniatures de style oriental en couleurs dont 19 hors-texte et une in-texte de Arthur Szyk. Tirage à 950 exemplaires, celui-ci un des 775 exemplaires sur vélin Blanchet et Kléber.Quelques rousseurs sur les erpentes ayant atteint la marge des illustrations et les feuillets de texte en regard.

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        Playtime & Company. A Book for Children. 1/100 Handmade paper SIGNED

      London, Methuen 1925 - No. 25 of 100 on handmade paper original cloth backed boards printed paper label on upper board signed by Lucas and Shephard (author and illustrator). A Fine partly unopened copy with offset to endpapers as usual, dust jacket with extremely light soiling. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        L'Illusion héroïque de Tito Bassi. Gravures de Charles Martin.

      Paris, La Roseraie, [1925] ; in-4 de [2] ff., 165 pp., [1] f., reliure de l'époque vélin blanc à la bradel, gravures sur le plat supérieur et le dos, entièrement non rogné, couverture, chemise et étui (J. Lemaire rel.) Très jolie édition ornée de 16 eaux-fortes originales en couleurs de Charles Martin. Le roman relate les aventures d'un comédien de Vicence au XVIIIe siècle.Tirage à 291 exemplaires dont 16 exemplaires sur vieux Japon, 30 exemplaires imprimés sur Japon impérial, 45 sur vélin d'Arches, 200 sur vélin de Rives.Un des 30 exemplaires sur Japon impérial, non numéroté, très enrichi : - 3 suites supplémentaires : eau-forte pure avec remarques ; 2e état avec remarques ; 1, 2 ou 3 décompositions des couleurs - 2 dessins originaux à la mine de plomb par l'artiste dont le frontispice - 3 planches d'essais - un envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Madame Chauvière et les premières lignes du roman sur un manuscrit à part, également signées et dédicacées à M. Lacourière - une lettre autographe de l'illustrateur.Bel exemplaire, bien relié et très enrichi.

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        Letters To His Son, On The Fine Art Of Becoming A Man Of The World And A Gentleman

      New York - Dingwall-Rock 1925 - The limited so-called Beau Brummell edition of the correspondance between the Earl of Chesterfield and his illegitimate son, In a Whitman Bennet binding. The letters were originally published by the widow of his son, Eugenia Stanhope. It is a correspondance that spans three decades, with the majority of the letters written between 1746-54. The work can be seen as a sort of guide to social success in the 18th century, and provides copious material to all those interests in the mores and idiosyncracies of the upper classes in that time. Each volume has three plates of illustrations, including the frontispieces. This copy is a limited edition: number 904 of 1,999Condition: In A Whitman Bennet full morocco binding with gilt motifs to the front boards and gilt detailing and titles to the spines. Externally very smart With only light general rubbing. The text block is untrimmed and a little dusty as a result. With the binder's stamp to the front endpaper. Internally, a little age-toned towards the edges, but otherwise clean and bright and firmly bound. overall: NEAR FINE [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tango Argentino.

      Eigenbrödler Verlag, Berlin [1925]. With 10 original signed engravings by Ernst Oppler, original decorated green full morocco, spine and boards gilt, top edge gilt. No. 65 of 100 copies signed by author and artist. An elegant book in a superb condition. 16031414

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      OLVER, KATE. STEVENSON,ROBERT LOUIS. A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES. London: Collins, no date, circa 1925. 4to (7 1/2 x 9 1/2"), full leather with round gilt pictorial vignette on cover, top edge gilt, [192]p., FINE IN PUBLISHER'S BOX with color plate on cover (some fading to box). Illustrated by KATE ELIZABETH OLVER with color pictorial endpapers, 4 color plates plus numerous full and partial page black and whites. There is also a 14 page introduction by Laurence Alma Tadema. This is a very scarce edition of these classic poems, rare in the box.

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        Anthologie de coiffes & types actuels du peuple breton

      Saint-Brieuc Éditions de la Bretagne Touristique 1925 In-4 (260 x 190 mm), 4 ff. n. ch., 91 pp., 2 ff. n. ch.. Couverture orange imprimée, encadrement décoré sur le premier plat, dos éclairci. Édition originale et premier tirage des illustrations. Cet ouvrage est illustré d'un frontispice en couleurs et de 80 planches par Noëlie Couillaud. Elles représentent des bustes de femmes différentes, en habits traditionnels, portant toutes une coiffe différente, spécifique à leurs ville et région. Chaque planche est accompagnée d'une serpente légendée. Un des 20 exemplaires sur japon impérial, celui-ci enrichi d'un dessin original. Cet ouvrage fut tiré à 520 exemplaires. Celui-ci est un des vingt de tête imprimés sur japon impérial. Il est signé par l'auteur et l'artiste. Cet exemplaire est enrichi d'un dessin original de Noëlie Couillaud, signé et daté 1924, légendé "Coiffe ancienne de Scaër". Bel exemplaire conservé dans sa brochure originale.

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      THE COPP CLARKE CO. LIMITED Later Printings by Henry Holt Co 1925 - This Novel is for a Collector of True Vintage First Printed Editions Later versions published by Henry Holt Co., New York, NY. FIRST PRINTING was published while Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker served as (CHAIRMAN OF THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT THE GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL) in NEW-YORK. This is the only copy to not only to survive that era but as a bonus it belonged to Pearl Wilson a artist from Alberta Canada who doddled and signed some of her first portraits on the inside front and rear covers. Spine is Tight & Crisp. Boards are Flat & True; the Corners are Square with Bumps. Wear Marks on Edges. Pages are Clear, Clean, marked and no longer Bright White. Marks. No Underlining. No Wrinkles or Creases. Not a REMAINDER. EX-LIB. Not BCE Contact seller to arrange shipping method and payment. Product Dimensions: 7.4x 5.2 x O.8 inches Shipping Weight: 1 POUND 532 Pages Priority and International orders will require additional postage. More Information | Ask Bookseller [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        - 5 Vols - La Sculpture Chinoise du Ve au XIVe Siècle - Neuf cents spécimens en pierre, bronze, laque et bois, provenant principalement du Nord de la Chine, reproduits sur 624 planches, accompagnés d\'un texte descriptif et d\'une introduction sur l\'évolution de la sculpture chinoise du Ve siècle au XIVe siècle ; Par Osvald Siren (Paris et Bruxelles, Librairie Nationale d\'Art et d\'Histoire,G. von Oest. Editeur - 1925 / 1926 )

      Paris et Bruxelles, Librairie Nationale d\'Art et d\'Histoire,G. von Oest. Editeur, 1925 / 1926. 156 Seiten Introduction Generale / 623 Planches Fol. , Leinen, Broschiert 5 Bände , Leinen oder O- Brosch. 4 Bände Planches und ein Band Introduction Generale. Vol 1- Planches 1-165; Vol. 2- Planches 166-333; Vol. 3- Planches 334-484; Vol. 4 - Planches 485-623. Textband : Broschiert, an der Brosch lichtschattig und etwas staubfleckig, leichte altersübliche Lagerspuren , Vorsatz leicht stockfleckig, Seiten überwiegend unbeschnitten. Die Tafelbände : alle im Einband deutlich lichtverschienen, teils schwach fleckig, alle etwas angestaubt. im Papier altersgemäß nachgedunkelt. Tome 4 : Broschiert, Schnitt etwas angestaubt und schwach stockfleckig. Sonst textsauber, Textteil unbeschnitten sehr kleine Stoßkante am Schnitt . Tome 3: Halbleinenmappe mit Fadenschließe , Schnitt schwach stockfleckig, selten im äußersten Blattrand minimal stockfleckig ; Tome 2 Halbleinenflügelmappe - Zustand wie 3 - ebenfalls am Schnitt stockfleckig und ebenfalls selten im äußersten Blattrand schwach stockfleckig - Tome 1 - Tome 1 ist noch broschiert , der Broschurrücken fehlt zur Hälfte, der Broschureinband in schlechtem Zustand : innen textsauber und wie die Bände zuvor . 123B Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Brehms Tierleben. Allgemeine Kunde des Tierreichs, 4. Auflage, Halbleder-Ausgabe, 13 Bände (seltene Jugendstil-Ausgabe).

      Leipzig, Bibliographisches Institut, 1925 - 1927. Vierter (unveränderter) Neudruck der vierten, vollständig neubearbeiteten Auflage, hrsg. von Prof. Dr. Otto zur Strassen. Vollständiges Werk in 13 Bänden. Schwarze Original-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln auf zwei grünen Rückenschildern sowie reicher goldgeprägter Jugendstil-Ornamentik. Deckel mit sehr schönen Marmorbezügen im mehrfarbigen Jugendstil-Dekor und mit Lederecken. Farbkopfschnitt. Format: 26 x 19. Im Gesamtumfang von ca. 8.000 Seiten. Enthalten sind 3231 Schwarz-Weiß-Abbildungen im Text und auf 364 Tafeln, ferner 279 Tafeln im Farbendruck, darunter zahlreiche Chromo-Lithographien, sowie 13 Karten über die Verbreitungsgebiete der Tiere. Bd. 1: Niedere Tiere. Bd. 2: Vierfüßler, Insekten und Spinnenkerfe. Bd. 3: Fische. Bd. 4: Lurche und Kriechtiere I. Bd. 5: Lurche und Kriechtiere II. Bd. 6: Vögel I. Bd. 7: Vögel II. Bd. 8: Vögel III. Bd. 9: Vögel IV. Bd. 10: Säugetiere I. Bd. 11: Säugetiere II. Bd. 12: Säugetiere III. Bd. 13: Säugetieren IV. Alle Bände mit ausgiebigem Sach- und Namensregister. Es gibt diese 4. Auflage in drei unterschiedlichen Halbleder-Ausgaben sowie mehreren Ganzleinen-Ausgaben. Die hier angebotene Jugendstil-Ausgabe ist die seltenste - und schönste - Variante. Bände im Leder sehr frisch, nicht berieben, die - an sich aufhellungsempfindlichen - Rückenschilder hier durchweg noch im dunkelgrünen Originalton erhalten; das Gesamterscheinungsbild daher sehr harmonisch; Deckelbezüge sehr sauber und ohne Spuren; Ecken allenfalls partiell sehr leicht bestoßen. Vorsätze sowie einige Seitenschnitte etwas fleckig, Seiten sonst sauber und nahezu fleckenfrei; einliegende Seidenhemdchen größtenteils noch vorhanden. In toto äußerlich nahezu perfektes Exemplar dieser sehr schönen Jugendstil-Ausgabe mit allenfalls kleinen Defiziten im Innenleben. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). Versand D: 5,00 EUR Tiere Tierleben Tierlexikon Enzyklopädie Brehms Tierenzyklopädie

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        Autograph letter signed ("Hofmannsthal"). Bad Aussee, 24. XI. 1925.

      1925. Large 4to. 1 p. To the German linguist, scholar, and leading Romanist Karl Vossler, on an article Vossler had published in the magazine "Zeitwende", mentioning Pierre Viénot (1897-1944), one of the few French politicians who did a lot for the rapprochement between Germany and France. - Minor tears in foldings, otherwise in good condition.

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        Der Turm. München, Bremer Presse, 1925.

      1925. 157, (1) SS. Originaler Leinenband. Erste Buchausgabe. Nr. 51 von 260 Ex., im Druckvermerk vom Verfasser eigenh. signiert. - Einband am Hinterdeckel etwas fleckig, sonst wohlerhalten. Houghton-Library 702. Jacoby 40.

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        La Toison d'Or.

      P. Editions Pellet 1925. Petit in-4° demi-chagrin noir à coins, dos à petits nerfs, couverture conservée. 20 superbes eaux-fortes H.T. de Frans de GEETERE. Tirage limité à 250 exemplaires, un des 220 sur vélin d'Arches.

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        Dans le Monde où l'on s'abuse.

      Paris, Arthème Fayard et Cie, 1925. Un volume de format in 4° de 110 pp.; illustré de compositions de Guy Arnoux, Marty, Sem, Chas Laborde. Reliure en demi maroquin à gros grains citron à coins, dos à 4 nerfs, titre doré; tête dorée. Reliure un peu fanée, sinon bel état. Exemplaire numéroté N°1/35 sur Japon impérial. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur accompagné de 4 croquis de sa main représentant les 4 illustrateurs.

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        Rien Qu'Une Femme (illus. Chas. Laborde)

      Paris. (Editions de la Roseraie), 1925. In-4. 163pp. Avec page de titre illustré, frontispice et 17 eaux-fortes hors-texte de Chas. LABORDE, tous coloriés à la main, ainsi qu'une suite des mêmes illustrations en noir et blanc. Tirage à 276 exemplaires - celui-ci l'un des 60 exemplaires sur papier de Hollande, portant le numéro 36. Belle reliure de luxe plein maroquin rouge, signé J. Duval, les couvertures originales conservées et la suite des illustrations intégrée vers la fin de l'ouvrage. Le dos légèrement insolé et frotté aux bords; sinon en excellent état dans son étui argenté.

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        JARDINS ENCHANTÉS Un Romancero.

      Paris: Louis Conard 1925. First edition; penned presentation inscription from the author to "Madame de Berèze" dated 1930 on half-title. Ferdinand Bac, a German native who migrated to Paris in the nineteenth century, was a successful painter, author and book illustrator who later settled at Menton on the French Riviera. He designed several gardens for the unique semi-tropical mountains of that region, most notably Les Colombières. His imaginative and romantic Mediterranean gardens, both real and imaginary, influenced artists such as the architect and garden designer, Louis Barragan. Barragan was inspired, in particular, by the "enchanted" Hispano-Moorish gardens described in JARDINS ENCHANTÉS, a few of which had actually been built, while most were pure fantasy. These are depicted in a series of evocative paintings reproduced here in color. The text is a story, or "romancero," written to accompany the illustrations. 4to (27.5 x 22 cm); viii + 72 pp. text with printed decorative borders + 36 color plates. Recently bound in marbled paper over boards with gilt titled and dated leather spine; original paper wraps bound in, some soiling to original wraps, heavier on rear cover; some scattered foxing internally, heavier on preliminaries. .

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        UNCOLLECTED WORK OF AUBREY BEARDSLEY. With an Introduction by C. Lewis Hind

      London: The Bodley Head, 1925. First edition. With 162 plates, 155 reproducing drawings and artwork by Aubrey Beardsley, a number are in colour, and with plates are portraits and photos of Beardsley. 4to, publisher's original aqua-blue cloth with black lettering and pictorial designs on the upper cover and spine, in the rare dustjacket which reproduces the binding design in blue on gray paper. xxvi, 162 plates each preceded by numbered and captioned title sheets. A very fine and handsome copy, the cloth very fine and fresh, the textblock extremely clean, the jacket in extraordinary shape, in all quite superb with no noticeable faults. About as good a copy as one could ever hope for. FIRST EDITION IN THE RARE DUSTJACKET. A companion volume to THE EARLY WORK and THE LATER WORK which reproduces many early drawings from various books, drawings done for "Past and Present" (the magazine of the Brighton Grammar School), letters which include sketches, and other such drawings. Includes a portrait by Blanche, two by Sickert, three youthful photos, and a caricature by Max Beerbohm.

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      Yiddish Art Theatre, New York, 1925. 1st Edition. Original Full-Color Wrappers, Beautifully Illustrated by Josef Foshko. 8vo. 10 pages ; 22 cm. Original Program from the Yiddish Art Theatre

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        Autograph letter signed ("Werfel"). Prag, [c. 1925].

      1925. 2 pp., on a single leaf of Hotel Erzherzog Stephan stationery, approx. 228 x 292 mm. To Rudolf and Rose Hilferding: "O weh, oh weh! In aller Eile! [...]" - a high-spirited letter of some length, thanking the prominent socialist couple for a fine time in Leipzig, and including a measure of handwritten musical notation. - Folded for mailing, a bit of edge wear and some short tears. An excellent letter.

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        "Personnage de qualité".

      1925Aquarelle et encre de Chine avec des rehauts d'or et d'argent, signée, (1925), 26.3 x 22.5 cm. Pour le costume de l'aristocrate, BARBIER choisit un pantalon gris, une élégante veste queue-de-pie noire brodée, avec rehauts de bleu. Son gilet gris souris est orné de fleurs rose pâle, au-dessus de sa chemise blanche à jabot, est nouée une cravate montante. Il est coiffé d'une perruque surmontée d'un chapeau et son épée est rangée dans son fourreau.

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        DADDY CAT

      Dodge Publishing Company, New York 1925 - Wain, Louis. DADDY CAT. New York: Dodge Publishing Company, [1925]. 4to - 7-1/16" x 9-7/8". Olive cloth with a large full color printed paste-label on the front cover with just a hint of shelf wear and the shadow of a previous price sticker (3/4" x 1") for what is a bright clean copy of the book. Pictorial endpapers. [36] pp. Illustrated with thirty-two wonderful full color drawings of cats as only Louis Wain could do. The condition of the book is NEAR FINE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Quotation signed ("Dr Rouchdy"). In French. No place or date.

      1925. Folio. 1 page. On uncut wove paper, bearing the Schoellers-Parole blind embossed seal, margins uncut. The original autograph contribution of Dr Rouchdy Bey to the Committee of the World League for Peace (Ligue Mondiale pour la Paix), a remarkable organization formed in 1925 with close ties to the League of Nations. The Committee itself was composed of such notaries as Queen Elizabeth of Belgium, King Carol II of Romania, John D Rockefeller, Marie Curie, and Albert Einstein, who personally gathered the present manuscripts over the course of seven years (1925-32). Among the public figures who contributed to the project were dignitaries from the newly-created League of Nations' member states. "I cannot conceive of any offensive war whose advantages could equal the benefits of peace for a nation which is independent and which has the possibility of developing itself in freedom. [Signed] Dr Rouchdy". Pax Mundi. Livre d'or de la paix. Enquete universelle de la Ligue mondiale pour la paix sous le haut patronage de son comite d'honneur avec l'approbation de la Societe des nations, du Bureau international du travail et de la Cour permanente de justice internationale. Geneve, Societe paxunis, 1932.

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        Group portrait of 11 Russian Cosmonauts with 9 autograph signatures. No place, early 1960s.early 1960s.

      1925. 151:232 mm. Signed by Pawel Iwanowitsch Beljajew (1925-1970), Waleri Fjodorowitsch Bykowski (*1934), Juri Alexejewitsch Gagarin (1934-1968), Wladimir Michailowitsch Komarow (1927-1967), Alexei Archipowitsch Leonow (*1934), Andrijan Grigorjewitsch Nikolajew (1929-2004), Pawel Romanowitsch Popowitsch (1930-2009), Walentina Wladimirowna Tereschkowa (*1937), and German Stepanowitsch Titow (1935-2000).

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        Cubby Bear Hears another Story. I am a camel, of course, and am called Camelline was the answer given sulkily.

      c. 1925. Original pen and ink drawing on thin card. Image size: 33.2 x 28.5 cm. Sheet size: 46 x 36 cm. Light marks and rubbing to margins otherwise in excellent condition. Signed in pen lower right by Cady, titled in pencil lower left. A tortoise is relaying a story to Cubby Bear, Mrs Bear, an owl, a squirrel and a ferret. An illustration for one of Lena B. Ellingwood's Cubby Bear stories,

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        Sigmund Freud signed and dedicated book with a scarce association, to fellow psychoanalyst Oskar Pfister

      n.p., December 2, 1925. 6.25" x 9". "Sigmund Freud signed first offprint edition of his autobiography, ""Die Medizin Der Gegenwart in Selbstdarstellungen"" (The medicine of the present - in self representations) inscribed to fellow psychoanalyst Oskar Pfister. Published by Felix Meiner, 1925, Germany. First offprint edition in green wraps, 6.25"" x 9"". Marked ''Nicht im Handel'' (''not for sale'') and ''Sonderdruck'' (''offprint''). Signed, inscribed, and dated on the front wraps by Sigmund Freud to Pfister, ""Seimen lieben/O. Pfister/Freud/12.2.25"" (translated as To his dear friend) A second inscription from Oskar Pfister to Professor R. Brandt located on the fly leaf ""Seimen lieben Freunde/Prof. R. Brandt/In herzlicher Gesinnung"" (translated as To his dear friend … with warm sentiments). The book is protected in a custom clamshell case, with the front wrap design repeating on the front of the clamshell, and leather quarter cloth with raised bands on the spine, with a touch of slight rubbing to the front. The book is neatly nestled in the tray case and well protected.A rare signed and dedicated book by Sigmund Freud with fantastic associations. Sigmund Freud signed the book to Oskar Pfister, who in turn gifted the book 30 years later with a warm inscription to Professor R. Brant. Pfister and Freud both studied psychoanalysis, although Freud did so in a professional capacity, Pfister was more of a ""lay"" psychoanalyst. As an early associate of Freud, Pfister studied theology, philosophy and psychoanalysis with extensive interest in Freud's concepts of the Oedipus Complex, castration anxiety and Transference ( Transference is a phenomenon characterized by unconscious redirection of feelings from one person to another. One definition of transference is ""the inappropriate repetition in the present of a relationship that was important in a person's childhood) . Pfister and Freud shared numerous letters on these subjects which spanned over 30 years until Freud's death in 1939. In turn, Professor Brandt was a dear friend of Pfister's, who also actively researched, analyzed and questioned Freud's theories during the mid 1950's while writing his thesis as a Doctor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Ottawa, Canada. Brandt was highly analytical having both studied and extensively critiqued Freud for many years noting that ""Perhaps in no other field except religion has there been so much disagreement among such competent thinkers as there is in psychoanalysis"". And therein lies the common thread and perpetual philosophical debate between the three individuals which spanned over many decades.A fine condition book, with an extremely scarce signature by Sigmund Freud, with several wonderful and unique associations."

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