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        THE PROPHET BY KAHLIL GIBRAN, The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran , First Edition, STATED 4th Printing January 1925 on Copyright pg, FRONT Gold Gilt BRIGHT, SPINE GILT RUBBED

      ALFRED KNOPF , NY, Electrotyped by Vail-Ballou Press, NY, Printed & bound Plimpton Press, MA, 1925 HB NODustJacket ,1st edition, 4TH Printing, January 1925 STATED on the copyright page. Title pg shows 1925, NF BK/ GOOD CVR, NOJACKET AS-IS, Lists thru this Title on Listing pg in front of bk, 5 1/2 X 8 1/4 IN. Approx, ) Black Cloth with Gold Gilt Title & Decoration on Front of Hand Holding Fire & 7 Dancing Figures, Rub to Spine & spine edge with tiny chips Tears, Small Wrinkles & tiny stains to front & back cloth cvr , Interior Nice tight Clean Light FoX, Wear, TIGHTLY BOUND , 107 PGS + new borzoi books Spring, 1925, light bumping to the extremities. . No owner signatures, bookplates, or other marks. Sound binding and secure hinges. An intact, presentable early 1stprinting of Gibran's most enduring work. This Book was Originally First published in September, 1923.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by KAHLIL GIBRAN,.

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        Binding, Fine- Whitman Bennett] Clara Tice Illustrator: Advice on Marriage (#6 of 50 Copies)

      Tice Cunningham Press 1925 - A monumental and extremely ornate full red crushed morocco binding by Whitman Bennett consisting of elaborate gilt-stamped geometric designs, stippling, floral and weave patterns on both covers and spine. Dentelles fully covered with gilt design which has extended over the edges of the boards, gold-flecked elaborate color endpapers. Signed by both artice Clara Tice as well as publisher/printer Harry Cunningham. Etched illustrations comprising etchings made and later hand-colored by Clara Tice, a total of 14 full-page plates (with tissue guards) comprising hand-colored borders including six delicate illustrations (including title-page), others containing text within the hand-colored designs, colophon same motif at end. A one-of-a-kind production marrying Tice's delicate line and color discipline with Cunningham's fine printing and Bennett's fine bookbinding. Extremely fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Great Gatsby

      New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925., 39. FIRST EDITION, First Issue. Crown octavo; half-title; title; dedication; 218 pp. Text shows "chatter" on page 60, line 16, "northern" page 119:22, "sick in tired" page 205:9-10, and "Union Street station" page 211:7-8. Original green cloth covers, titled in gilt to spine, without the exceptionally rare jacket. Lightly worn only, with a little toning to the gilt on the spine. A hansdome copy. Ranked #2 on the Modern Library's list of the 100 Best Novels of the 20th Century. Bruccoli [A11]. Listed in The Observer's All-Time 100 Best Novels [2003], also Time Magazine's 100 Best Modern Novels, also Modern Library's Top 100 Novels [1998].

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        Chemins de Fer Paris-Lyon-Mediterranee Palais et Foret de Fontainebleau Excursions en autocars au depart de la gare de Fontainbleau 1er Avril - 2 Novembre 1925

      Paris.: Chemins de Fer Paris-Lyon-Mediterranee.. 1925.. Color lithographic poster, 42 x 30 1/2 inches, with linen backing (itself vintage in age). Short tears and a few areas of small paper loss to edges (all outside main image area), fraying and wear to edges of linen and paper, some soft creases from rolling, faint spot to lower left corner; the image would display very well. A gorgeous lithograph illustrated by Julien Lacaze featuring a map detailing train and autocar routes and "Curiosites" around Fontainebleau, bordered by an illustration of the Chateau at Fontainebleau at the top and forest at the sides and bottom. The poster advertises bus excursions to the Palace and Forest of Fontainebleau, leaving Fontainbleau station from April 1 to November 2 1925. "32173" printed at lower left under image, "Soc. an. de. l'Imp. Maulde et Renou, Paris 34308" printed at lower right under image. Text in French. .

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        SOME NEW LETTERS AND WRITINGS OF LAFCADIO HEARN. Collected and edited by Sanki Ichikawa.

      Tokyo 1925, - Kenkyusha. FIRST & ONLY EDITION. Black cloth,430pages, frontispiece of Hearn, 4 facsimiles of Hearn manusc-ript writings, very good largely uncut, dj. QUITE RARE Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        A monograph of the Nectariniidae, or family of Sun - Birds.

      With 121 hand - colored lithographic plates by J.G. Keuelmans. Half - crushed morocco, gilt edges, covers spotted, spine a bit faded; occasional light scattered spotting, some offsetting to text leaves, but overall a wonderful copy from the library of K.A. Baird with his ownership inscription dated 1925 on the paste - down. First edition of one of the most attractively illustrated of Keulemans? works, limited to 250 copies. In the preface, Shelley acknowledges the contributions of Keuleman (1842 - 1912) and praises his illustrations for their accuracy and artistry, specifically pointing out that Keuleman?s notes on sunbirds at Prince?s Island were incorporated into the text. ?An excellent monograph of an interesting family of birds, with descriptions in Latin and English, critical notes, and discussions of habits, etc., from accounts by many different observers. A total of 138 species of the group are recognized? (Zimmer, II, 588). Shelley (1840 - 1910), geologist and ornithologist, was the nephew of Percy Bysshe Shelley.

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        Latvju Raksti - Ornement Letton (1st Edtn)

      Latvia Valstspapiru Spiestuves Izdevums c.1925. Text in Latvian/Russian. Latvian Ornament Stunning tome packed full of handset plates and illustrations showing Latvian costume, textile and art. Illust. Cloth cover grubby and page edges tanned, but plates in v. clean condition.

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        Masch. Brief m. eigenh. Unterschrift u. Beilage.

      Murnau, 7. XI. 1925.. 1 S., 4° u. 3 S., 4° (Beilage).. An Bernhard Fürstenau in Berlin-Charlottenburg; auf Briefpapier "Reichstag / Abgeordneter". - "[...] Es liegt mir gar nicht über mich selbst etwas zu sagen oder zu schreiben, da ich der Meinung bin, dass das Werk für einen Mann sprechen muss [...]. Unter der Vorausetzung [sic] taktvoller Verwendung und mit der Bedingung, dass Sie mir den betreffenden Absatz aus Ihrem Buche vor Drucklegung vorlegen, will ich Ihnen auch noch eine Kopie meines heutigen Briefes n [sic] meinen Freund Oberst Jankovic beilegen [...]. Wenn Sie im Dienste der Neuen Schopenhauergesellschaft schreiben, so darf ich wohl annehmen, dass Sie nicht Jude sind [...]. - Beiliegend die erwähnte Kopie (Typoskript-Durchschlag; dat. 6. XI. 1925), ebenfalls auf Briefpapier des Reichstages. "[...] Hitler mag ruhig der von der Öffentlichkeit bejubelte Führer und Wegebereiter sein, sein Verdienst ist es auch, dass ganz Deutschland von ihm spricht. In seinem Buche Mein Kampf' hat Hitler mich in seiner eindrucksvollen Weise als den Programmatiker der nationalsocialistischen Bewegung gewürdigt; ich habe mich darüber gefreut [...]. Leider haben Wulle und der sonst so nüchterne Graf Reventlow einen unerhörten Feldzug gegen Hitler und die Nationalsocialisten eröffnet [...]". Feder beschreibt weiters seinen Prozess wegen Hochverrats, seine Reisetätigkeit als "Propagandist unserer Bewegung", seine Begegnung mit Othmar Spann ("Ich möchte aber bitten, dass hierüber nichts veröffentlicht wird"), seine Bestellung zum Reichstagsabgeordneten, die Freiheitspartei usw. - Feder nahm 1923 am Hitlerputsch teil und verfasste 1931 als Vorsitzender des Wirtschaftsrates der NSDAP die Schrift "Das Programm der NSDAP.". - Der Brief am oberen Rand mit einem eigenh. Vermerk des Empfängers Bernhard Fürstenau: "Beantwortet mit langem Brief am 12. 11. 1925. F." - Am linken Rand mit Rostflecken (wohl durch wieder entfernte Heftklammern). Schwache Faltspuren. - Ausserordentlich interessantes und inhaltsreiches Dokument aus der Frühzeit der NSDAP. -

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        The Great Gatsby.

      Charles Scribners, New York 1925 - First edition, first state with "chatter" p.60, "northern" p.119, "sick in tired" p.205, and "Union Street station" p. 211. Octavo, original dark green cloth. In near fine condition, with the gilt lettering to the spine bright. An very nice example. In 1922, Fitzgerald announced his decision to write "something new--something extraordinary and beautiful and simple and intricately patterned." That extraordinary, beautiful, intricately patterned, and above all, simple novel became The Great Gatsby, arguably Fitzgerald's finest work and certainly the book for which he is best known. A portrait of the Jazz Age in all of its decadence and excess, Gatsby captured the spirit of the author's generation and earned itself a permanent place in American mythology. Cyril Connolly called The Great Gatsby one of the half dozen best American novels: "Gatsby remains a prose poem of delight and sadness which has by now introduced two generations to the romance of America, as Huckleberry Finn and Leaves of Grass introduced those before it" (Modern Movement 48). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Geschichte des Japanischen Holzschnitts 3 volumes

      Leipzig, Germany: Verlag Karl W. Hiersemann, 1925. Complete in three volumes. Vol. 1 published 1925, Vol. II 1928, Vol. III 1929. Printed and bound in Germany. Contemporary medium blue buckram bindings, with crisp gilt-stamped lettering to the front boards and to the spines. Blacked-stamped design to the front boards. The medium-duty bindings are exceptionally clean. Gently bumped spine heads and tails, with fairly sharp corners. Lightest abrasion to the heads, tails and corners, trivial. The text blocks are firmly bound in, except that, as to Volume I, the front hinge is very tender. 12.5 x 9.75 inches. Vol. I with vii and 440 numbered pages of text, with numerous B&W figures, and with 29 full-page plates, several in color, on glossy paper; Vol II with vii and 276 numbered pages of text, with several B&W figures, and with 18 full-page plates, several in color, on matte paper; Vol III with 250 numbered pages of text, with several B&W figures, and with 18 full-page plates, several in color, on matte paper. Very discreet bookplate of Herbert McLean Evans to the front pastedown of each volume. An exceptionally clean set of three volumes. Very respectfully read. No dust jackets [as issued?]. A Very Good set. Erster Band, Einleitung. Von den Anfangen bis Harunobu, introduction from the start until Harunobu. Zweiter Band, Von Harunobu bis Eishi, from Harunobu to Eishi. Dritter Band, von der Sekien-Schule bis zu den Hiroshige, from the Sekien-school up to the Hiroshige. From the private library of Herbert McLean Evans. Evans [1882-1971] was a highly regarded U.S. anatomist and embryologist. He was an ardent collector of rare books and of Japanese ukiyo-e prints.. Presumed First Edition. Decorative Boards. Very Good/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        The Tree of The Folkungs [Signed / Ingraverat] [The Tree of the Young People; Folkunga Trädet: Folke Filbyter and Bjälboarvfet]

      Alfred A. Knopf, 1925, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good +, First American editionA Very Good + copy of the first American edition, first printing, first issue (a smaller, later binding up was issued in the same year) in the Publisher's original green cloth (lacking the dust jacket -- if one was issued) with the front board lettered in gilt and decorated with green and red paint (spine ends pushed, slight rubbing to the spine ends and board corners), SIGNED BY VERNER VON HEIDENSTAM on the title page. Swedish Poet and Novelist Verner Von Heidenstam, known for the joy of life shown in his prose and poetry, won the 1916 Nobel Prize in Literature "in recognition of his significance as the leading representative of a new era in our literature". Originally published in Swedish in two volumes titled Folke Filbyter (1905) and Bjälboarvfet (1907), the work was given special notice at the ceremony held to present the Prize to von Heidenstam where the noted Swedish critic Sven Söderman stated: "Truly monumental are the two volumes of Folkunga Trädet (1905-07) [The Tree of the Folkungs], Folke Filbyter and Bjälboarvet [The BjäIbo Inheritance], which constitute the trunk and lower branches of «the genealogical tree of the Folkungs», a great historical prose epic in which he [von Heidenstam] retraces the character of a clan of chieftains and the destinies of the Swedes during a period of the Middle Ages. Here the historical imagination of the author, sustained by an inspiration forever fresh, follows all threads in weaving the fates of his characters. His imagination, with its symbolic visions, glistens before the eye." Signed copies of von Heidenstam's work in any language and in any edition are extraordinarily scarce. In our experience, his signed books are among the scarcest of all those of the Nobel Prize in Literature winners. On our most recent check, the auction records revealed no signed copies of Verner von Heidenstam's works in any language appearing at auction in the past 39 years, beyond which the records do not go. A Very Good + copy of this quite notable work, SIGNED BY VERNER VON HEIDENSTAM. QUITE SCARCE TO RARE.

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        The Great Gatsby

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1925. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt and to upper board in blind, top edge trimmed others uncut. With the dust jacket. Housed in a dark green quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Foxing to page edges and the first and last gatherings, mild browning to the endpapers but an especially bright copy, tight and square in the slightly chipped dust jacket with a little professional repair. The folds have been internally strengthened and several tears repaired with retouching to the creases and rubbing. A very attractive copy; the brightness of the blue is especially good. First edition, first printing, first state of the text, first issue dust jacket. The copy is the correct first printing, with "chatter" on p. 60, line 16, "northern" on p. 119, line 22, "it's" on p. 165, line 16, "away" on p. 165, line 29, "sick in tired" on p. 205, lines 9-10, and "Union Street station" on p. 211, lines 7-8; the jacket is the first printing, with lowercase "j" in "jay Gatsby" on the back at line 14 hand-corrected in ink. An excellent example of the famous dust jacket designed by Francis Cugat (1893-1981). Charles Scribner III ("Celestial Eyes - from Metamorphosis to Masterpiece") argues that not only is the jacket recognised as the most eloquent in American literary history, but that Cugat's artwork demonstrably had an effect on Fitzgerald's evolution of his literary masterpiece, as the author responded to sketches and artwork shown to him before the book was complete, a perhaps unique occurrence in literary history. Fitzgerald wrote to his publisher sometime in August 1924 from France: "For Christ's sake don't give anyone that jacket you're saving for me. I've written it into the book." Though artistically superb, the jacket included a misprint on the back panel that required hand-correction and it was left a little taller than the book itself. As a consequence almost all of the small number of examples that do survive have wear of some description at the edges.

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        Advice on Marriage. Signed with sketch

      Brooklyn: Tice-Cunningham Press. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1925. Hardcover. Number 31 of only 50 copies. Nicely bound in sumptuous full grained red morocco; gilt inner dentelles; five raised bands, ruled title to cvr. Owner's name to front paste-down. A signed pencil sketch by Tice dated Aug 1927 affixed to the penultimate leaf recto. Fourteen colored etchings on Japanese vellum: seven calligraphic and seven (incl. frontis) pictorial.collographic and seven (incl. frontis) illustrations. ; 8vo .

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        The Fight for Everest: 1924

      London Edward Arnold & Co 1925. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed. Spine with light wear at head. Darkening to page ends. One inch tear at fold of rear map with no impact on illustration which is VG. Details of a previous owner on fep First Edition Black/gilt hardback cloth cover 260mm x 170mm (10" x 7"). 372pp. Colour, and b/w illustrations and two maps including rear fold out.

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        House without a key

      Bobbs Merrill 1925 - First Edition, First Printing, without the bow and arrow colophon printed on the copyright page. A beautiful copy with minor wear to the spine. The binding is tight, with no cocking, and the boards are crisp with light wear to the edges. The pages are exceptionally clean with a nice inscription from previous owner on front endpaper. Overall, a stunning copy lacking the rare dustjacket. We are interested in buying a copy of this title with the First Printing dustjacket!!! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        1926 St. Thomas Aquinas Calendar

      Ditchling, Sussex: St. Dominic's Press, (1925). Oblong folio. (12)ff., with a yellow title leaf. Measures 10 1/2 by 15 inches. Illustrated with wood engravings by Eric Gill for June, July, August, and December, and by David Jones for April and October. This is presumably the earliest printing of Jones's engraving "Judas, with Caiphas and the Devil," used for April, with the possible exception of the Pilate hand-bill, which was done for a performance either in 1924 or 1929. This is also presumed to be the first separate printing of "Family before Crucifix," the engraving for October, after the block was cut in two. This large devotional calendar includes quotations from St. Thomas Aquinas for each day of the month. Housed in a full navy cloth binding, gilt-titled to spine. Some chipping to title page and corner of January, else a fine example of this fragile and ephemeral item. Only one institutional copy recorded, and not seen by Cleverdon. Exceedingly rare.

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        1925 St. Thomas Aquinas Calendar

      Ditchling: St. Dominic's Press, 1925. Extreme quarto, measuring 12 inches tall by 4 inches wide. (54)ff. David Jones's "Hound of St. Dominic" graces the title page, and the text of the calendar is illustrated with eight wood engravings by Eric Gill, plus two additional engravings by an unknown artist. This devotional calendar includes quotations from St. Thomas Aquinas for each day of the month. Exceedingly rare item not recorded by either Cleverdon or Gill. Printed gray paper cover, with simple binding of black thread through punched holes. Calendar shows indistinct crease from having been folded and third leaf loosening, else a fine example of a fragile and ephemeral item.

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        A May Day Garland

      Ditchling: St. Dominic's Press, (c. 1925). Tall octavo. (16)pp. A collection of twelve poems by Wordsworth, Milton, Shakespeare, and others. Illustrated with ten wood-engraved vignettes, of which two are by David Jones -- including the hand-colored front cover illustration, "Basket of Flowers." The other engraving, "Holy Ghost as Dove," only appears in this title and is, therefore, virtually unknown. There are also two engravings by Eric Gill. Issued in self wrappers, copies of this title are very uncommon. Wrappers slightly toned, small spot to front cover, else fine.

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        The Writings of ? Edited in Three Volumes by Geoffrey Keynes

      Nonesuch Press, London 1925 - Deluxe issue of the superb Nonesuch Blake, edited by Keynes. Original full ivory vellum, spine gilt. Slight wrinkling to front pastedown (short splits), else fine Frontispiece photogravure by Emery Walker from the life mask by Deoville, 1823, and 59 collotype plates. 1 vols. 4to No. XXVII of 75 copies printed on india paper, specially bound

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        The Great Gatsby

      Scribner's, New York 1925 - All points. PO names to free and paste down end papers, otherwise text block clean and tight. 11/4" scratch and 3/8" to upper cover. Slight wear to head/tail of spine. Gilt on spine mildly faded. PLB. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gulliver's Travels [Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, & then a Captain of several Ships]

      Waltham St. Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1925. Two quarto volumes. (140); (139)pp. From an edition of 480, this is one of thirty deluxe copies on handmade paper, signed by David Jones. Illustrated with forty wood engravings by Jones, most of them hand-colored. Also with fifteen decorative wood-engraved initials by Eric Gill, many of which are repeated. Laid in is a proof of the map of Balnibarbi that appears on p. 16 of Volume 2, the coloring of which differs slightly from that which appears in the present copy. This is the first book illustrated by Jones for the Golden Cockerel Press. In the deluxe binding of full white buckram with gilt lettering to spine. Very minor soiling to covers and faint offsetting to endpapers, else fine.

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        Brehms Tierleben. Allgemeine Kunde des Tierreichs, 4. Auflage, Halbleder-Ausgabe, 13 Bände, Leipzig 1925 - 1931 (seltene Jugendstil-Ausgabe).

      Leipzig, Bibliographisches Institut, 1925- 1931.. Unveränderter Neudruck der vierten, vollständig neubearbeiteten Auflage, hrsg. von Prof. Dr. Otto zur Strassen. Vollständiges Werk in 13 Bänden. Dunkelbraune Original-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln auf zwei grünen Rückenschildern sowie reicher goldgeprägter Jugendstil-Ornamentik. Deckel in sehr schöner mehrfarbiger fliederfarbener Marmorierung (auch hier Jugendstilelemente erkennbar) und mit Lederecken. Farbkopfschnitt. Marmorierte Vorsätze. 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 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, allenfalls an Rückenschildern partiell sehr leichte Bereibungen, Ecken partiell leicht bestoßen; die Rückenschilder, bei dieser Ausgabe sonst häufig aufgehellt oder in einen Gelbton verfärbt, hier durchgehend im originalen Dunkelgrün erhalten; Deckelbezüge tadellos; Schnitte, Vorsätze sowie wenige letzte Seiten etwas fleckig, Seiten sonst - von wenigen Seitenrändern abgesehen - sauber und fleckenfrei, einliegende Seidenhemdchen größtenteils noch vorhanden. In toto sehr schönes, augenscheinlich kaum benutztes Exemplar dieser sehr seltenen Jugendstil-Ausgabe. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben).

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        Oeuvres completes illustrées/ 25 volumes

      grand in8 Broché 25 volumes grand in-8 carré; environ 450 pages par volume; portrait d'Anatole France par Chahine et illustrations sur bois dans chaque volume, par divers artistes (dont E. Dufour, Marty, Edy Legrand, Carlèle, Leroux, Colin, Belot, Naudin, etc. ). Volumes brochés sous couvertures imprimées en rouge et noir, non ouverts, à l'état de parution. Bel ensemble dans un état de fraîcheur exceptionnel, sans aucune rousseur. Edition définitive en partie originale, à grandes marges, imprimée en gros caractères

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        The Art Of Etching; A Complete & Fully Illustrated Description Of Etching, Drypoint, Soft-Ground Etching Aquatint & Their Allied Arts, Together With Technical Notes Upon Their Own Work By Many Of The Leading Etchers Of The Present Time

      London: Seeley, Service & Co. Limited, 1925. First edition. Hardcover. Beige cloth backed, pale blue paper covered boards with paper spine label, professionally recased. Teg. Fine. 376 pages. 21 x 15 cm. Limited edition, copy 117 of 150 (145 for sale). With 205 illustrations and four original etchings by the author, signed or initialed by the author. Lumsden describes the history and development of etching through Rembrandt, Goya and the etching revival; and he reproduced personal, illustrated notes from several eminent etchers of the period on their techniques including: Marius Bauer, Frank Benson, Muirhead Bone, George Clausen, David Young Cameron, Frank Short, Augustus John, Frank Brangwyn, James McBey, Edmund Blampied, Percy Smith, Christopher Nevinson, Laura Knight, and John Everett. Clean, very bright copy, spine paper label, owner inscription front free, endpaper, dealer stamp half-title.

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        Typed Letter Signed, one page on "Faber and Faber Ltd., Publishers" letterhead, London, September 8, 1962

      T.S. Eliot writes on Faber and Faber letterhead as a director of the firm. In 1925 he became director and literary advisor when the firm was Faber & Gwyer. In 1929 Geoffrey Faber took over the firm and it became Faber and Faber. Eliot's "Poems 1909-1925" was one of the original titles published by Faber. Eliot remained as director of Faber for some 40 years. To Mr. Martin Turner of Buckinghamshire. At the time of this letter, Mr. Turner (b.1948) was a 14-year old student at the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe. Most interesting to note is that around 1915 T.S. Eliot, prior to working in the banking world and prior to his long tenure at Faber and Faber, taught briefly at the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe. It is no doubt this connection that allowed Eliot to feel that he should comment on the young man's poetry. T.S. Eliot notes that he is breaking his "rule of never commenting on poems submitted" to him for his "criticism and encouragement" and comments on Mr. Turner's poems. Martin Turner, who, as an adult, became a prominent psychologist, also published two books on poetry, one, "Trespasses," was published by Faber and Faber in 1992 and the other, "the Deer of Tamnies," published in 2006 [see Mr. Turner's blog at mvlturner.wordpress.com]. Eliot comments, "If you want to write poetry... train your ear in rhythms and practice strict forms of verse...." He imparts his wisdom on free verse suggesting that a good rule is to "learn and practice the rules, and wait till you are proficient in the rules before you break them." After his signature, "T.S. Eliot," he writes, "I am interested by the quotation from Julius Caesar. I don't think that this was at the back of my mind. There is a poem of Kipling's... and a story by William Morris... titles remain fixed in my memory." Eliot is referring to the title of one of his poems, "The Hollow Men," published in 1925. [A wikipedia listing for this poem cites "Eliot, T.S. Inventions of the March Hare: Poems 1909-1917 (Harcourt, 1997), pp. 395] Christopher Ricks, the editor, cited a letter dated 10 January 1935 to the "Times Literary Supplement" stating "Eliot wrote that he produced the title 'The Hollow Men' by combining the titles of the romance 'The Hollow Land' by William Morris with the poem 'The Broken Men' by Rudyard Kipling but it is possible that this is one of Eliot's many constructed allusions, and that the title originates more transparently from Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar'...." It seems from this letter to Martin Turner that this is not the case. This letter appears to be unpublished.

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        Le Rêve d'Abd el Kerim

      Peyronnet et Cie 1925 - In-8 de 270 pages non découpé. Exemplaire n° 15 sur 20 de papier pur fil Montgolfier. Dédicace très amicale à Marie Madeleine et Maurice Escoffier, le grand libraire. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Het Liefdeleven van Mata Hari en Haar Dood

      Koloniale Boekcentrale, 1925, Soft cover, Book Condition: FairThe wraps are a bit marked and worn. A few ownership inscriptions. Some foxing. The binding is shaken. Netting visible. Would benefit from rebinding. Dutch. Published year taken from dedication page. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: en95.

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        Fasching.

      Berlin, Fischer, (1925).. 4°. M. 12 (davon die erste u. dritte signiert) Orig. -Lithographien v. Alfred Kubin, sowie sich drei wiederholenden Orig.-Lithographien (m. rücks. Text) unter Passepartout als Beilage. 41 S. Prgt. -Handeinbd. im Schuber (v. Markus Rottmann, Bln.) Von Hauptmann im Impress. signiert.. vgl. Horodisch 49; Raabe 291, nennen eine Ausg. v. 450 numm. Ex., aber keine Variante m. 2 sign. Lithographien. Hier ein privat gestaltetes Exempl.

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        Porträt Gerhart Hauptmann.

      [Um 1925]. - Zweifach signierte Orig.-Kaltnadelradierung. Plattengröße 19,5 x 14,5 cm. Sprache: Deutsch, Nr. 31 von 150 Exemplaren. - Sehr reizvolles expressionistisches Porträt des großen Dramatikers durch seinen Sohn. - Unter Passepartout montiert. Gebräunt und etwas wellig. - Selten. - Von Gerhart und Ivo Hauptmann signiert. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Lost King of OZ

      , 1925 Another in the Thompson series of OZ books.

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        The Old and the Young Self, inscribed [William Nicholson:] 'Who were that?' [James Pryde:] 'Who was those?'

      pencil and wash. 33 x 25.5 cm; 13 x 10 inches. Provenance: The Leicester Galleries, Exhibition of Works of Max Beerbohm, 1925. "The Old Selves contemplate the Siamese-twin figure of the Young Selves, each holding a stick, labelled BEGGAR-STAFF. The two had won fame as poster-artists called the Berggarsatff Brothers." Hart-Davis. Reproduced in Observations, 1925.

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        Missions-Album. Die Indianer-Mission [Indianermission] in Paraguay.

      Steyl, Missionsdruckerei, o.J. (um 1925.. Original-Kartoneinband, quer-8°, 32 nicht paginierte Seiten mit ebensovielen photographischen Abbildungen und erläuterndem Text. Einband leicht abgegriffen, Seiten papierbedingt nachgedunkelt aber sauber, gutes Exemplar. Bibliothekarisch nicht nachweisbar..

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        The Later Ceramic Wares of China being the blue and white, famille verte, famille rose, monochromes, etc., of the K'ang Hsi, Yung Cheng, Ch'ien Lung and other periods of the Ch'ing dynasty.

      London, Benn, 1925.. Mit 159 (46 farb.) Abb. auf 76 (8 gefalteten) Tafeln (jeweils mit Beschreibung auf einem vorgeschalteten Blatt), 1 Schriftzeichentabelle, 8 (2 mehrtlg.) Illustr. u. ca. 63 Marken. 1 w. Bl., XXIX, 155 S. u. 1 Bl. 4°. Illustriertes, goldgeprägtes Originalleinen, dieses etwas bestoßen, der Kopfschnitt leicht angestaubt. Name a. d. Vorsatz, gelegentlich gering fleckig u. tls. etwas angerändert, sonst gutes Exemplar. (2160 Gr.). Für Fragen stehen wir Ihnen gerne telefonisch zur Verfügung!

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        Zwei weibliche Akte.

      - Feder in Blaugrau, grün und gelb aquarelliert, auf chamoisfarbenem Velin, links unten monogrammiert „DMJ". 15,3:12,6 cm. Während ihres Aufenthalts in Frankreich entwickelte die Künstlerin eine lichte, helle, ganz auf Pastelltönen aufgebaute Farbpalette. Auch unser Blatt ist in diesem Sinne aufgefaßt und könnte somit während oder kurz nach dieser Reise um 1925 entstanden sein. Die früh verstorbene Malerin und Graphikerin Dorothea Maetzel-Johannsen erlitt durch eine Gelenkrheumatismus-Erkrankung als Kind ein Herzleiden. 1903-1907 bildete sie sich an der Gewerbeschule Hamburg mit dem Abschluß als Zeichenlehrerin aus. Anschließend war sie an der Städtischen Mädchenschule in Schleswig tätig. 1910 heiratete sie den Architekten, Maler und Graphiker E. Maetzel (1877-1955). In den folgenden Jahren hielt sie sich wiederholt in Berlin auf. Dort 1918 kurze Ausbildung bei L. Corinth (1858-1924) und Umzug nach Hamburg, wo sie sich gemeinsam mit ihrem Mann an der Gründung der Hamburgischen Sezession beteiligte. 1923 erhielt sie durch Gustav Pauli, dem Direktor der Hamburger Kunsthalle, den Auftrag, vier große Wandbilder für den Vorraum zum großen Vortragssaal der Kunsthalle zu gestalten. 1925 fast halbjährige Reise nach Paris und Chartres sowie 1929 nach Kassel, wo sie sich durch die Behandlung bei einem Arzt eine Besserung ihres Herzleidens versprach, und September 1929 Visby auf Gotland. Jedoch verstarb sie nur wenige Monate später im Alter von erst 44 Jahren an Herzschwäche. Ihre Hauptthemen waren Landschaften, Akte, figürliche Darstellungen und Stilleben. Stilistisch war sie dem Expressionismus verpflichtet, darüber hinaus hatten P. Cézanne (1839-1906), die Fauvisten und Kubisten, auch O. Redon (1840-1916) Vorbildcharakter.

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        Mrs. Dalloway

      London: Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 1925 First edition, first printing. One of 2,000 copies. Publisher's deep rust cloth, lettered in gilt. Near fine, with some light wear and rubbing to the extremities, very minor toning to the spine, former owner's 1925 inscription to the front free endpaper, bright and clean interior. Overall, a lovely copy of Woolf's fourth novel. Kirkpatrick A9a, Woolmer 82. One of the author's best known novels, Mrs. Dalloway tells the story of Clarissa Dalloway as she prepares to host a high-society party. The text is a compilation of two of Woolf's short stories "Mrs. Dalloway in Bond Street" and "The Prime Minister." A stream of consciousness narrative, Mrs. Dalloway follows the protagonist from her decision to "buy the flowers herself" at the start of the day through the completion of her party in the evening. Throughout the novel, Woolf explores the impact of mental illness on daily life, both in Mrs. Dalloway, who reveals that she is being treated for depression, and a second leading character, Septimus Warren Smith, a WWI veteran suffering from PTSD who chooses to commit suicide rather than face involuntary commitment to a psychiatric hospital. Like many of Woolf's novels, the text is centered on philosophy and perception rather than action sequences and dialogue; John W. Crawford agrees in his New York Times Review that "One day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway… is the complete story of Mrs. Woolf's new novel, yet she contrives to enmesh all the inflections of Mrs. Dalloway's personality, and many of the implications of modern civilization, in the account of those twenty-four hours.". 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      (Breitenstein am Semmering), 14. VIII. 1925. - 1 S. Qu.-Gr.-4to. Beiliegend eh. adressierter Umschlag. An den Wiener Mediziner Josef Wiesel (1876-1928), Primar des Franz-Joseph-Spitals: "Verehrtester Herr Prof. Wiesel. Herzlichsten Dank für die Übersendung der Ampullen. Aber - es ist nicht schön von Ihnen - dass Sie mich nicht besucht haben! Viel Dank und verehrungsvolle Grüße / Alma M. Mahler". Die Adresse falsch: "VIII. Piaristenstraße 54" (statt Piaristengasse 56). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ms. Brief mit eigenh. U.

      München, 29. VII. 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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        The Cricket of Carador

      Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Co, 1925. First edition. Illustrations by Christopher Rule. 165 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Green cloth, with black lettering and cricket decoration on upper board. Top corners bumped, minor shelf wear, stamp on endpaper, else Fine, in slightly chipped, Very Good unclipped pictorial dust jacket after Christopher Rule. Nash's First Book

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        The Common Reader. [First and] Second Series

      London: Hogarth Press, 1925, 1932.. Two volumes, both first editions. 8vo. 305, (1); 270 pp. First series in the original cloth backed boards with a Vanessa Bell design to the upper cover, lacking the dust jacket, second series in the publisher's green cloth, gilt lettered to the spine, with the dust jacket again featuring a Bell design. Some spotting, the jacket of the second volume browned to the spine and with a few short repaired tears with just a little loss to the foot, a decent set. Kirkpatrick, A8a, A18a.

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        Early Poems and Stories

      New York: Macmillan, 1925. First edition. First printing, with only the publication date on the copyright page. Very good in a good dust jacket; boards showing slight toning along the upper edges, spine slightly dulled; previous owner's name to the front free endpaper. The notoriously fragile dust jacket lives up to its reputation: separated along the folds, chipped at the mid spine, several tape repairs, thus good only. Signed by Yeats on the title page; signed and dated 1932 below by Patrick McCartan, the Irish nationalist and politician who had a close and affectionate relationship with Yeats, which is documented in the book "Yeats and Patrick McCartan: A Fenian Frendship." An interesting association copy, and of course signed by the great man himself. Signed copies of the trade edition of this title are quite scarce.

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        Johan Hagemeyer Original Photograph ("Antoinette Detcheva"--Pianist)

      Johan Hagemeyer original photograph. A striking black-and-white portrait of pianist Antoinette Detcheva, c.1925. Professionally matted and framed, 7 1/4" x 9". Hagemeyer (1884-1962) was a late 19th century Hungarian emigre who made his way to Carmel, CA and developed a friendship with Edward Weston and Ansel Adams in the 1920s. Many of his portraits, including this one, are crisp, very impressive gravures. .

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