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        Le Mausolée des Princes Sa'adiens a Marrakech. Preface par Edmond Doutté. Texte Arab et Traduction des Inscriptions par Félix Arin.

      Paris: Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner, 1925.. Sole edition. Two volumes (text and plates). (ii), xxii, 72 pp; the plates accompanied by 8 pp., predominantly comprising a table. The text in original beige soft card wrappers, the plates housed in original stiff card portfolio of which the flaps and cloth spine have been sometime sympathetically restored, black and white illustration pasted to upper board, cloth ties. Much of the text unopened. 3 plans loosely inserted at rear of the text volume, 83 illustrations of which the first 16 are in colour, the remainder in black and white, some photographic. Very good condition. The Saadi Dynasty held sway in parts or the whole of Morocco at various points in the 16th and 17th Centuries. The tomb which this work documents was constructed during the rule of Ahmed Al Mansur in the middle of this period. It disappeared from view for several centuries before being rediscovered in 1917 and subsequently overseen by the Service de Beaux-Artes et d'Architecture du Protectorat. An uncommon and very decorative work.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB]
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        The Professor's House

      Alfred A. Knopf New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1925. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo (19.5cm.); red-orange boards quarterbound in purple, stamped in gilt on the spine with red-orange topstain; dustjacket; 284pp. Spine gilt is slightly dulled (as is nearly always the case), minor soiling to the topstain and some faint spotting to the front board, with mild foxing to the rear blanks and the upper right corner of the front board slightly tapped but still sharp; overall a solid Very Good+ copy. The dustjacket shows a few very shallow nicks at the crown and upper corner tips, a 1/4 inch closed tear at the upper edge of the front panel, with a few shades of darkening to the spine panel, though titles are still dark and perfectly legible. Front panel nearly detached from spine panel, held together only by a single tape mend on the verso at the crown; Very Good. Despite the aforementioned flaws, the tear is virtually invisible from the outset and shows quite nicely. The Professor's House was Cather's first commercially successful book. The 20,000 copy first printing was sold out three weeks prior to publication, and within a month of distribution the book had already outsold any of her previously published books, ultimately going into eight printings within the year it was issued. CRANE A14.a.i.

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        Primum Pactum Confoederationis Helveticae MCCXCI

      (Montagnola: OFFICINA BODONI, 1925). Small folio. 28pp. One of 275 copies printed on Fabriano hand-made paper. This edition prints the original Latin text of the pact on which the Swiss Confederation is based, as well as translations of the pact into languages recognized in Switzerland: German, French, Italian, Ladin, and Romansh. Mardersteig, in the bibliography of the Officina Bodoni, observes that this book "is a striking example of how the same type-face changes in appearance when printed into different languages." A fine copy in quarter vellum and gilt stamped Ingres paper-covered boards, which show just a hint of soiling and wear to corners, and with plain dust wrapper that has a few tears. (Mardersteig, 13).

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        Rupert And The Magic Toy Man (SECOND EDITION)

      Sampson Low, Marston & Co, London. Second Edition. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. From the Daily Express Rupert Little Bear Series. Undated but appears to be a Second Edition which was published in 1925, (only distinguished from the first by the lack of illustrated endpapers) with the first three 'Little Bear' Titles to the back board. Please see scans for details of description and email for additional scans. In Paper covered boards with a brown cloth spine - with a colour illustration laid on the front board with its brown bear patterned border. The illustration shows Rupert wearing blue and white talking to the Lizard who is holding a bicycle. Pages printed in blue, red or brown with one illustration to each page. Book - The book has been professionally restored with the text block re-stitched and rebound with plain pastedowns and endpapers in original illustrated paper covered boards. The boards are a little worn to corners and edges and there is some surface rubbing to the front illustration and faint residue of juvenile additions mostly to top and bottom edges. The back board is somewhat grubby and lightly marked but the illustration and lettering remain clear and bright. The text is generally clean and bright with just the very occasional light mark and patch of surface abrasion, where it appears a previous owner was rather enthusiastic when erasing pencil inscriptions. This is especially true of the last page which shows Belinda, Rupert & Susan holding hands and is slightly browned as well as showing the indentations of erased inscriptions. An attractive 2nd edition copy of this early Rupert story. Size: 9.75 inches tall by 7.5 inches. Unpaginated. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 251-750 grams. Category: Fiction; Children. Inventory No: 5952.

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        Early and important architectural study, in pen and ink, of 'The Shrine of St Peter the Martyr of Marble in the church of St Eustorgio Milan, by Giovanni Baldocci of Pisa. Italian 1339 a.d.' signed in pencil at the top edge. Paper size 560 x 320 mm, c.1925-30; very attractive study made during a visit to his wife's family in Italy.

      This item comes from the material belonging to the Estate of Barnett Freedman, which is now offered for sale; the Estate consists of proofs of images of all kinds, Christmas cards, original book designs and proofs of dust wrappers, posters, original artwork and much more. Where appropriate, items will bear the studio stamp 'Barnett Freedman Estate', a blind-stamped legend in a circle.

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        Bram Stoker 'Dracula' with Dust Jacket Rare Early 1925 Edition Book

      William Rider and Son, Limited 1925. The First Edition is selling this rare 1925 edition book of Bram Stoker's Dracula published by William Rider & Son Ltd in the rare dust jacket that pictures Count Dracula flying from a castle window (possibly his own castle in the Carpathian Mountains on the border of the Transylvania and Moldavia) in his now infamous black cloak and sporting a white beard which is understood to be how Bram Stoker initially intended Count Dracula to look. A highly desirable and collectable book. This book was first published in 1897 by Archibald Constable. The dust jacket is in Very Good condition with only very light signs of wear and extremely light spotting. An extremely attractive jacket and rare to find. The original publisher's green boards are profusely decorated to the front and spine. The boards are incredibly beautiful and crisp. It is rare to find boards from this period as good as this and equally rare for us to give boards from this period a grading of Fine. There are 404 numbered pages which are extremely clean and nicely bound throughout with some slight discolouration to the front free endpaper and to the rear endpaper and some light spotting to the edges of the pages. Overall condition is extremely clean and in Very Good and attractive condition This is a rare first class example of this classic book from the mid-1920s. This book was made into horror films and for both the large and small screen, as well as into plays which ran from the twentieth century to date. This is a timeless piece work that will be collected and revered for many years and generations to come. If you are interested in collecting horror books or books made into film then we would strongly recommend you to own this rare and delightful book.

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        Adolf Hitlers Reden. Mit seinem Bild.

      Deutscher Volksverlag, Dr. E. Boepple, München 1925. 8:o. 159,(1) pp. Publisher`s printed wrappers. Sewn as issued. Spine sunned and with some wear. 22 x 15,5 cm

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        Marie Love: A Naughtibiography. Being a Pastiche so Designed as to Expose the Inner Secrets of Mayfair in the Nineteen Twenties: together with Moral Reflections upon Science and Art and the Follies of Various Charming Authors

      London: Robert Holden and Co. [1925]. First edition. Illustrated. Some modest foxing and slight cocking else near fine in a nice, near fine dustwrapper (with wraparound jacket art illustrated by "Benjamin") with a few short tears on the rear panel and a tiny chip. Fictionalized satire of English society. OCLC locates three copies, with only one in the U.S.

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        Those Not Elect

      New York: Robert M. McBride 1925 New York: Robert M. McBride, 1925. First Edition, one of 10 signed copies on Ingres paper not for sale. 8vo. . Original plain gray boards, rebacked, most of the original backstrip preserved . The rare signed issue of the author's first book -- unrecorded by our only bibliographical resource: Bruccoli - Clark's First Printings of American Authors

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      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons (The Knickerbocker Press),1925.. 1st Edition; xv, 290pp, photographic endpapers, 2 folding maps, 75 illustrations, top edge gilt, fore edge uncut, Original green cloth with gilt title on front and spine. Hurley was the photographer on the 'Endurance'. Hurley, an absolutely superb photographer, went South with both Shackleton and Mawson. Hurley raised expedition photography to a new level. He did not make routine photos of explorers posing in the snow. Instead, he often focused on the snow itself, or on grim snowscapes that became beautiful in his compositions. These scenic studies he integrated into the documentation of the expedition. Spence 615, Renard 768, Conrad p.205. Covers worn, bumped, marked and faded, small piece missing from top of spine and top corner., very small tear on map between pages 122 and 123. A very clean, tight copy of this very scarce title. Very Good.

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        Aviation in Siam

      Thailand, 1925 (circa). 13 large pp + 20 photo plates + 3 folding maps. 1st ed., a few pages with repaired marginal tears otherwise clean in blue cloth, retaining original card covers. History of aviation in Thailand with much on carrying the mail. Fine folding maps of Thailand printed by the Royal Survey Department.

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      Oxford: Blackwell, 1925 First Book, First Edition in the rare dustwrapper. A near fine example, with some light minor spotting with expert mending to a couple of roughly opened page edges in a near fine, lovely original dustwrapper. Greene's First Published Book of Poetry. One of only 300 copies printed, rarely seen in such nice condition. . First Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Bohusläns gamla adliga gods och sätesgårdar.

      Bidrag till gårdarnas och släkternas historia. Förlagsaktiebolaget Västra Sverige Göteborg 1925. 4:o. Illustrerad. XXVI,268,(2) s. Bohusläns märkligare gårdar. Bidrag till gårdarnas och släkternas äldre historia. Förra - senare delen. 4:o. Illustrerad. VIII,257,(1 blank); VIII, 326 s. Samtida marmorerade skinnband i kalv med hela guldsnitt. Omslag medbundna. Något nötta och blekta ryggar med fyra dubbla upphöjda bind. Pärmar med två dubbla ramar samt hörn stämplar inom inre ram. Den inre fälten i grönt skinn varav de på främre med Bohusläns vapen i guld. Inre denteller. Nr 32/100 exemplar på särskilt papper. Exlibris Harald Thorsson. 25 x 19,5 cm

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        LA NAZIONE GIORNALE DI FIRENZE - 1925 -LXVII - annata completa dal num. 1 del 1 gennaio al num.310 del 31 dicembre - Due volumi rilegati mz. tela., Firenze, Tipografia de La Nazione, 1925

      giornale 41 X 57, pp.6-8 per numero. Storico e famoso giornale toscano, diretto in questa annata da Borelli Aldo (Vibo Valentia 1890 - Roma 1965) che sarebbe poi diventato uno dei direttori più importanti del CORRIERE DELLA SERA dal 1929 al 1943. Il periodo è particolarmente importante per il regime fascista e qui troviamo numerosi scritti ed articoli di notevole peso politico. Elenchiamo alcuni dei giornalisti e scrittori autori (ma molti articoli erano anonimi) - Gli interventi sono spesso "politici e filogovernativi" ma ci sono anche scritti culturali (novelle, racconti, ecc.) : Amicucci Ermanno (numerosi) , Balbo Italo (sul n. 248 18 ottobre), Bergeret , Borelli Aldo, Borgatta Gino, Bottini Luigi, Bucci Giovanni, Bucciolini Giulio, Buzzichini Mario, Camuncoli Ezio, Cipolla Arnaldo (numerosi), Codignola Ernesto, Dalla Volta R., D'Ambra Lucio, D'Aquara Lucio, De Anna Luigi, De Ritis, De Zuani Ettore, Della Corte A.. Fallaci Bruno (responsabile della terza pagina del giornale e poi ZIO della famosa ORIANA - fu lui ad avviare la nipote nel mondo del giornalismo), Fiumi Lionello, Gazzaniga Rodolfo, Geraci Francesco, Gigli Lorenzo, Giovanardi Erminio, Maffii Maffio, Manacorda Guido, Manzini Fallaci Gianna (sposo' il Fallaci Bruno e poi si separò perdendone il cognome e da tutti poi ricordata come GIANNA MANZINI soltanto, Martinelli Renzo, Molle Stefano, MONELLI PAOLO, OJETTI UGO, Paolieri Ferdinando, Pettinato Concetto, Prosperi Carola, Saponaro Michele, Sclavo A., Signoretti Alfredo (numerosi), Spellanzon Cesare, Vivanti Annie, YAMBO (Enrico Novelli), Zorzi Claudio, Zuccoli Luciano ed altri. L'annata completa viene offerta a

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        The Lady Of The Shroud

      London: Rider and Co.. VG+/VG-. 1925. 1st Thus UK. Hardcover; 1st Printing. 13, 14, 24, 30. Early reprint, published in 1925 according to Dalby. The original was published by Heinemann in 1909. With the rare original dustjacket in muted, soft colors with the macabre picture of a damsel in her shroud and the hand of 'something' (maybe human, maybe not) sneaking up on her at the edge of the front panel illustration. The book is bound in green cloth with black printing and decoration. It is straight and clean with no handwriting in it; the paper is age-tanned, a bit brittle-feeling to me, and has a few very small edge tears to end pages, and there is some light edgewear to the binding and to the spine ends. The dustjacket is priced on the front panel, and has lovely colors in the illustrations on the front and spine, blurbs for Stoker's other books on the back panel, and ads for an inspirational series and 'mental tonics' on the flaps. It has some light handling smudges and some edge chips, most noticeably at the spine ends. Protected in a removable clear mylar cover now. This is a scarce book, particularly in its dustjacket. ; 7-1/8" tall x 4-3/4" wide; 355 + ads pages .

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      In-8 gr., bross. alla francese, pp. 95,(9), a fogli sciolti. Raccolta di quattordici novelle ?des jeunes filles - des femmes - et d?autres?, illustrate da 23 composizioni originali, disegnate e inc. all?acquaforte da Lobel-Riche, così composte: 14 grandi testate, 1 finale e 8 tavole f.t. Cfr. Carteret,IV p. 67 per la stessa ediz. ma a colori: ?Intéressante publication cotée? - Benezit,VIII, p. 739: ?Almery Lobel-Riche, pseudonyme de Riche Alméric (1880-1950), est surtout connu du grand public pour ses études du monde de la galanterie. Il a illustré un grand nombre d?oeuvres (de Baudelaire, Wilde, Colette, Balzac, Musset, ecc.)?. Bella edizione in tiratura di 310 esempl. numer. Il ns. - H - ?sur vélin d?Arches, est reservé aux auteurs et à leurs amis, marqués de A a J?. Molto ben conservato. .

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        The Flower Grower Devoted to the Interests of Both Amateur and Professional Growers of Outdoor Flowers [Late volumes Incorporating Garden Digest] 1925-1945 Volumes 12-32

      Madison Cooper, New York, 1925. Hardcover. Good Condition (ex-library). A remarkable run of this important gardening periodical from the post boom years after World War I, through the depression and another world war. Most bound with their covers, a few marks and teas as well inconspicuous library marks (from the Garden Center of Greater Cleveland) - largely unmarked internally and bright. 21 volumes in green library buckram filled with articles on landscape architecture and gardening as well period advertisements. Color only for the covers early on, but later for ads as well. Some issues are trimmed a little close on the top edge. Most with the yearly index bound in at the front. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Gardening; Inventory No: 039699. .

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        Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories

      George H. Doran Co, 1925. Hard Cover bound in red cloth with pasted-on illustration covering the entire front cover, illustrated with 12 tipped-in color plates and 10 b/w illustration bound-in by Kay Nielsen, 310 pages. Edition is a problem - this is a later edition printing as the book originally had more than 20 b/w illustrations, there was also a slipcased edition by Doran without the illustration on the front. While a later printing/edition all the illustrations are present and exquisite. Binding is worn with the fabric worn through in spots exposing the underlying boards and fabric is frayed, spine sun faded and a little worn, pasted-on illustration scuffed and has chipping along the edges, rear panel unevenly faded, end papers have cracked along hinge and have been repaired. Text is unmarked but the paper is lightly age toned and there is occasional marginal smudges/fingering. Images available. USPS confirmation used on all U.S. shipments. Additional postage will be necessary for Priority or International addresses.. Later Edition. Hardcover. Good. Illus. by Nielsen, Kay.

      [Bookseller: The Bookbums at Ish Kabibble Books]
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      Leipzig Insel-Verlag, 1925. 1 pp. + 9 double-leaves with colour illustrations + 4 pp. Folio. Bound with vellum spine and paper boards.. In a serie of Block-books produced in the 20´s by Insel-Verlag, this is the second book in the row. A facsimilie production after the 1470´s original. Printed in 500 copies, where the first 100 has been handcoloured afterwards and bound in vellum. This is number 372/500 and printed on handmade paper carried out after old principles. Very fine condition. Proveniens: Jane Muus. (Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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      Sheffield. ' Normandale ' Langsett Road. 1925. Original Manuscript of Dr Payne's unpublished 600 page ' Historical Record of the York and Lancaster Regiment from its being raised as a 2nd Battalion of the 12th Foot, 21st August 1756,and its becoming a distinct corps under the title of the 65th Foot ,21st April,1758 to the present time. ' Dedicated to Field Marshall Lord Herbert Charles Onslow Plumber. G.C.B., G.C.M.G.,G.C.V.O.,&c. The preface begins... 'Complying with the request and by the encouragement of Lieut-Colonel V.T.R.Ford,D.S.O. I have written in more detail the History of the York and Lancaster Regiment and have essayed to retrieve from oblivion the glorious deeds of this gallant regiment etc. Extensively corrected in typescript and holograph with original and copy photographs, drawings,letters etc. Together with a quotation for its printing by Chas. Swinburne & Co Ltd. The Broadfield Printing Works. Sheffield dated November 1925.The cost excluding the extensive blockmaking required was £652 18s 10d for a run of a thousand copies.Further estimates are attached for 50 copies in half calf at 4/- each and an edition in two volumes [perhaps influenced by the bulkiness of his 'British and Foreign Orders,War Medals and Decorations' 1911 which Northends had produced.] Payne had of course already published a concise history of the regiment of just 51 pages. Also included is a small notebook containing 'Subscriptions towards the publication ... listing names & sums in cash or cheque and a further list of orders. The complete archive is in a clean ordered state & contained in its original Foolscap folder.Many more scans available on request.

      [Bookseller: John L Capes]
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        Cataleg De La Colleccio Cervantica

      Institut D'Estidis Catalans Palau De La Diputacio Barcelona: Institut D'Estidis Catalans Palau De La Diputacio, 1916 - 1925. Hardcover. vg. Quarto. Brown cloth bindings with gilt-stamped spines. ol. 1 - xxii, 409 pp; Vol. 2 - viii, 548 pp; Vol. 3 - xii, 655 pp. Very good. Cervantes, 1547-1616 - Bibliography. "D'aquest Cataleg s'ha fet un tiratge especial de 40 exemplars en paper de fil." This copy not numbered. Volume 3 contains an index to the 3 volumes. Text in Catalan.

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        Where the Blue Begins

      1925. first edition. A Man's Best Friend[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. MORLEY, Christopher. Where the Blue Begins. With Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. London: William Heinemann; New York: Doubleday Page & Co., [1925]. Edition de Luxe, limited to 175 numbered and signed by Arthur Rackham, this being copy No. 30. Quarto (11 x 7 3/4 in; 281 x 200 mm.). x, [2,], 227, [1, blank] pp. With four color-plates including frontispiece, and sixteen line drawings. Quarter black buckram over cream paper boards. Spine tooled in gilt. Top edge gilt. Partially unopened. Bookplate on front pastedown. A near fine copy.Where the Blue Begins is a satire about a dog named Gissing (after the author George Gissing) who lives alone (except for his Japanese butler Fuji the Pug), in a little house in the country, in a woodland suburb region called the Canine Estates… In this book all of the characters are dogs… Poodles, Spaniels, Chows, Beagles, Sealyham's, Mastiffs, Dachshunds, Whippets, Borzois', Airedales, Dobermann-Pinschers, Pointers and Scotties. The story appeared two years after Morley's collection of humorous essays Pipefuls. "No one appreciates the very special genius of your conversation as the dog does."What breed of dog was Gissing? Read the story and find out…Latimore and Haskell, p. 60. Riall, p.154.

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        Kohls Briefmarken-Handbuch und grosser katalog.

      Berlin, 1925. 5 vols. published between 1925 and 1936. Attractively bound in blue º calf with red labels. An important work with very detailed listings for all countries of the world.

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        1925 NE Telephone and Telegraph Inventory and Property Appraisal w/many Photographs, State of New Hampshire

      NE Telephone and Telegraph NE Telephone and Telegraph, 1925. First Edition. Hard Cover. An archive of over 110 7 1/2 x 11 inch photographs mounted on linen, and enclosed in a binder with 2 screw posts. The binder is marked "Outside Plant - General Store and Garage Equipment - General Tools and Implements as Included in Inventory and Appraisal of Property New England Telephone and Telegraph Company State of New Hampshire as of April 1, 1925" The first category tab has a stamp on it marked "Exhibit No 14 New England Tel & Tel Co, New Hampshire P.S.C. No D. 964 Witness GK Manson". Major Mason organized the 401st Telegraph Battalion from the NE Tel and Telegraph Company and was involved in analysis of the Transatlantic Cable (see Circuits of Victory by Lavine). An expert in the legal field indicated that this book was 'an exhibit compiled for use in a state rate case - a substantial portion of which consisted of proving that the physical plant included in the company’s ‘rate base’ [on which it was allowed to earn its ‘fair return’] was ‘used and useful’ and fairly valued.' The binder is a fascinating view into the state of the art in telephone/telegraph cabling and the outside plant in 1925. Sections include Pole Lines, Exchange Poles, Toll Poles, Aerial Cable, Exchange Aerial Cable, Toll Aerial Cable, Exch. Aerial Wire, Toll Aerial Wire, UG Conduit, UG Cable, Exch UG Cable, Toll UG Cable, Motor Vehicles (this section empty), Other Accounts, Submarine Cable, GNL Tools and Implements. Each section has large format (7 ¾ x 11") photographs mounted on linen documenting in visual form representative examples of the type of inventory documented in summary form on pages marked (for example) "Exchange Pole Lines Summary - Reproduction Cost - Fully Owned and Jointly Owned".Over 110 photographs total, most with typed explanations of the photograph at the bottom. Possibly a unique survival, archives of this nature are certainly scarce on the market, and worthy of study and preservation. While individual photographs are found occasionally, groupings like this which tell a story larger than the sum of their parts are quite uncommon. A fine addition to any telecommunications collection. Very Good.

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        FEMINA - 1925 - revue de mode - fondateur PIERRE LAFITTE - Annata completa e rilegata unico volume (12 fascicoli gennaio-dicembre), Paris, Editions Pierre Lafitte, 1925

      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 40 + XXXVI. Cop. di LEGRANGE. FEBRIER - pp. 40 + XXXIV." Premier coupe d'oeil sur les Modes de Printemps". MARS - pp. 40 + XLVI. "Les chapeaux et les tissus de printemps" AVRIL - pp. 44 + LX. "Modes d'ètè" . Cop. di LEON BENIGNI. MAI - pp. 40 + LIV. Cop., di ERTE'. "Les modes de plein etè" JUIN - pp.40 + LIII.. Cop, di LEGRANGE. JUILLET - pp.40 + XXXIII- In cop. Madre e figlio nel temporale" AOUT - pp.40 + XXV. Cop. di MARTHY "canottieri". SEPTEMBRE - pp. 48 + XXXIII. "Premier coup d'oeil sur la mode dì'Automnel" OCTOBRE - pp. 48 + LXIV. Cop, di LEGRANGE "modes dìhiver. NOVEMBRE - pp. 40 + LIII. "Donna nella tempesta". DECEMBRE - NOEL- pp. 48 + LXXVII. NJuimero bellissimo con numerose tavole a colori applicate ai cartoncini. L'annata completa viene offerta a

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      London: Methuen & Co., 1925 First Edition, eleventh printing in the original navy cloth, gilt titles, rules and decorations, teg., pictorial endpapers decorated by E.H. Shepard, (inobtrusive previous owner's tiny contemporary note on the half-title)dated 1925, in a bright, fresh pictorial dustwrapper, gently sunned at the spine and lightly chipped at the heel and the crown. Small 8vo. 100 pp. A very nice copy.. 1st Edition. Illus. by E.H. Shepard.

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        When We Were Very Young

      London: Methuen & Co., 1925. Beautiful gift quality copy in the original box. Signed by A.A. Milne on title page. Full dark red leather with gilt decoration to front cover and spine. All edges gilt. Illustrated end papers. Red silk bookmark sewn into headband. Described on original box as British Crown 8vo. Textblock immaculate and tight. Slight edge and corner wear to binding, else very clean and tight. The glassine dust jacket has a tear at foot of spine, light chipping at head and foot of spine and bottom edge of back cover, moderate chipping at top edge of front cover and corners. 100p.. Signed By Author. Tenth Edition. Full Leather. Near Fine/Good+. Illus. by E.H. Shepard. 12mo over 6¾" 7¾" tall. Hard Cover.

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        LE SOURIRE. MAGAZINE. 1925

      Paris, Rue Cambon, 1925. 52 magazines. Illustrated. In leatherbinding.. A complete set of 52 magazines published in 1925. The Parisian humor magazine was published from before the Great War. Publications from the 20´s are interesting because of the art deco illustrations. Very fine copies collected in one leatherbinding

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        Bill the Conqueror

      George H. Doran Company New York: George H. Doran Company, [1925]. FIRST EDITION. Hardcover. Some minor foxing to page edges. Else a near fine copy in dust jacket with some very minor edgewear at top of spine panel and one small chip at top of rear panel. McIlvaine A33b.

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        [French Manuscript on the Jacquard Loom] THÉORIE DE TESSAGE [“Theory of Weaving;” spine title] / COURS DE TISSAGE [“Course on Weaving;” heading first page]

      np [Lyon?]: np, 1925-1926. First Edition. Hardcover. Good +. Large folio (15.25" x 10.5"). Half-leather over brown cloth. Title gilt to spine with three fleur-de-lis elemtents, date, and "COUTURIER." Marbled endpapers. Binding good only. Leather well rubbed with some spotting to cloth. Corners bumped and worn through to boards. Splitting at top joint, but intact with hinges undamaged; overall sound. Internally very good with faint toning and occasional offsetting from materials laid and tipped in. Some elements apparently either perished or missing. Single library stamp to first page, else no other institutional markings. Calligraphic manuscript in French, black ink on unruled paper, with hundreds of hand-executed color diagrams and illustrations of weaving patterns, looms, punch card patterns, etc. Textile samples present throughout. Over 350 pages of manuscript to 179 leaves, two small sections of printed materials additionally bound in and assorted related ephemera laid in (several of which suggest Lyon as likely origin). A technical but visually striking dissertation submitted as likely final requirement in a course of study on the Jacquard loom. Jacquard's invention, originally designed in 1801, vastly simplified and improved the production of fabrics and textiles throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries. In addition, its use of punch cards to control the machine represents an important development in the history of computing as the loom's cards prefigure the later use of similar punch cards in early computers. The calligraphic portions of the text include both description and analysis of the operation of the loom as well as textile design, all rendered in a lovely and skilled hand. The volume also include numerous punch card patterns, weaving designs (including more than two dozen swatches of the finished textiles, though at least as many apparently lost/missing), and technical drawings of the loom and its workings. These visual elements represent the most compelling aspect of the book: detailed, precise, and ornate, with a decidedly modern feel. A work with multiple points of interest: from fashion and design to science and engineering, with visual style that calls to mind both abstract and conceptual art.

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        INQUISICIONES. Signed

      Buenos Aires: Proa, imprenta El Inca, 1925 Inscribed to the great Spanish author Ramón Gomez de la Serna First edition. 8vo. A very good or better example in the original light blue wrappers - name erasure on the ffe. [Helft p.28; Becco 50], "Para el amigo y colega Ramón Gomez de la Serna / con el agradecimiento de / Jorge Luis Borges. Buenos Aires 1925" [For the friend & colleague Ramon Gomez of the Serna, with the gratefulness of Jorge Luis Borges. Buenos Aires 1925]. This is Borges' first collection of essays. The publication was limited to 500 copies & it was never reissued. Inquisiciones already contains the seminal concerns that Borges would follow for the rest of his writing life. It was never reprinted, however Borges followed it with Otras Inquisiciones, his most important collection of essays. In Inquisiciones, Borges is firmly rooted in two traditions, both classic & modern. The first is Hispanic, from Quevedo "perfecto en las metáforas, en las antítesis, en la adjetivación, es decir, en aquellas disciplinas de la literatura cuya felicidad o malandanza es discernible por la inteligencia" (perfect in metaphores, in antithesis, in adjectivation, that is to say, in those disciplines of literature whose felicitous or erroneous usage is discernable by the in tellect), & Torre Villaruel to Unamuno, Herrera Reissig, & Ramón Gómez de la Serna & Cansinos Asséns. The second tradition is Anglo-Saxon, from Thomas Browne " un ensayo bastante malo, tal vez el primero que se escribió sobre él en idioma español". ( a rather bad essay - perhaps the first that was written about him in Spanish) [Autobiografía, p.80]) to Joyce, including the idealist philosophy of Berkeley. The Germanic tradition is also present with a translation of 3 poems: "Soy culpable de la españilización de los versos". (I am guilty of the Spanish translation of these verses). It is in "Examen de metáforas" where Borges manifests the formulation of his own rhetoric which governed his writing through his Ultraist years to his later wo rks. However years later he retracts this essay: "basta un solo buen verso no metafórico para probar que la metáfora no es un elemento esencial Otro (ensayo) casificaba las metáforas como si se pudiera prescindir sin problema de otros elementos poét icos, por ejemplo el ritmo y la música". (A single good verse without a metaphor is sufficient to prove that the metaphor is not an essential element. Another (essay) classified metaphors as if one could do away with other poetic elements without any problem, rhythm and music, for example). [Autobiografía, p.80]. An extraordinary Copy.. 1st Edition.

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      New York: MacMillan, 1925 Yeats, William Butler. EARLY POEMS AND STORIES. Signed. New York: Macmillan, 1925. First US trade Edition. Publisher's blind embossed green cloth, gilt. 8vo., 528pp. Neatly signed by Yeats in dark blue fountain pen on the title page. The previous owner has inked information about the signing around the Yeats' signature. A very good bright copy lacking the uncommon dustwrapper, treated to modest expert archical restoration at the head & heel of the spine, endpapers expertly replaced. This is now a handsome ExLibrary copy with library stamp to the bottom of the title page. Housed in a custom TBCL embossed cloth slipcase in fine condition. Very uncommon. . Signed by Author. First Trade.

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        The Gentleman's New Pocket Farrier, Comprising a General Description of the Noble and Useful Animal The Horse;

      Richmond: Peter Cotton, 1925. Hardcover. Good. The third edition, enlarged and improved. 12mo. vii,(8)-228pp. Contemporary full calf. Illustrated. Lacks front free endpaper and lettering label; spine and head of spine worn; dampstain on the upper third of the first half of the text block, but a presentable copy of a scarce book.

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        Caneuon Ceiriog Detholiad

      Newtown, Montgomeryshire: Gwasg Gregynog, 1925 In an edition limited to just 400 copies of which this is one of the 30 specially bound in red levant morocco, polished, covers richly tooled in gilt with pattern of concentric panels and corner leaf sprays surrounding a plain central panel, outlined in gilt with corner fleurons, 4 raised bands, gilt panelled spine bearing title and leaf sprays in gilt, buff silk headbands, turn-ins decorated with 4 gilt rules and corner fleurons, red, turquoise and grey marbled endpapers, signed in gilt on turn in of lower rear cover THE GREGYNOG PRESS BINDERY, top edge gilt, (xxx), 87 pp + colophon. Published 22 May 1925. Kennerley type on Grosvenor Chater hand made paper. Text in Welsh, printed in red and black. Wood engraved frontispiece and 30 other wood engravings by RA Maynard and HW Bray. (Harrop 3/p184) With a note from a bookdealer offering the collector this title. Housed in a red cloth up and over box with title in gilt to red leather label. Stunning and rare Gregynog Special Binding made even more desirable as this is in the rare variant colour for this binding, which is generally found in dark blue morocco. (DeZilverdistel 3/p34)

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        Fragments d'architecture du moyen age et de la reinaissance d'apres les releves et restaurations des anciens pensionnaires de l'academie de france a rome. paris, librairie generale de l'architecture et des arts decoratifs, s.a. (1925).

      Due volumi di cm. 45, pp. (4) iv + 100 tavole f.t.; (4) iv + 80 tavole f.t. A fogli sciolti, come d'origine, entro eleganti cartelle in tela rossa editoriale con titoli e decorazioni in oro. Laccetti di chiusura (intatti). Ottimo stato di conservazione. Si tratta di una vasta raccolta di studi e rilievi eseguiti dagli ospiti dell'Accademia di Francia a Roma riguardante i monumenti medievali e rinascimentali d'Italia. Non comune a reperirsi completa delle due parti e nel tale, eccellente, stato di conservazione.

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        Joseph Conrad Collection, Matched Set of 26 Titles

      26 Volumes, Not numbered. 1925 edition (previously published in 1899 and 1903). Brown Cloth boards to look like leather with gold enhancements. Embossed Schooner on the front cover with a rope border around title on spine and on front cover. Books may have been read one time by my Father when he was a child. Some pages must be split open with a letter opener. Private collection of my Great-Aunt. Titles are as follows: Almayer's Folly, The Arrow of Gold, Chance, The Inheritors, Lord Jim, The Mirror of the Sea, The Nigger of Narcissus, Nostromo, Notes on Life and Letters, Outcast of the Islands, Personal Record, The Rescue, Romance, The Rover, The Secret Agent, A Set of Six, The Shadow Line, Suspense, Tales of Hearsay, Tales of Unrest, 'Twixt Land and Sea, Typhoon, Under Western Eyes, Victory, Within the Tides, Youth (with Heart of Darkness and . The top of the books are gilded on the tops of the pages, the bottoms of the pages are not cut evenly. There is some shelf wear to the books just from being eighty years old. Many have never been read. The pages are clean. All Spines are tight. Inside ROMANCE, at page 264-5 there is a 1951 newspaper clipping of an etching of Conrad on permanent exhibit at the Philbrook Art center which has discolored the two adjacent pages. Shipping of thirty American pounds of books will incur additional shipping costs. (Twenty eight pounds of books, and reasonable packing to protect them.) Our item number 19400.

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        [French Manuscript on the Jacquard Loom] THÉORIE DE TESSAGE [“Theory of Weaving;” spine title] / COURS DE TISSAGE [“Course on Weaving;” heading first page]

      np np [Lyon?]: np, 1925-1926. First Edition. Hardcover. Good +. Large folio (15.25" x 10.5"). Half-leather over brown cloth. Title gilt to spine with three fleur-de-lis elemtents, date, and "COUTURIER." Marbled endpapers. Binding good only. Leather well rubbed with some spotting to cloth. Corners bumped and worn through to boards. Splitting at top joint, but intact with hinges undamaged; overall sound. Internally very good with faint toning and occasional offsetting from materials laid and tipped in. Some elements apparently either perished or missing. Single library stamp to first page, else no other institutional markings. Calligraphic manuscript in French, black ink on unruled paper, with hundreds of hand-executed color diagrams and illustrations of weaving patterns, looms, punch card patterns, etc. Textile samples present throughout. Over 350 pages of manuscript to 179 leaves, two small sections of printed materials additionally bound in and assorted related ephemera laid in (several of which suggest Lyon as likely origin). A technical but visually striking dissertation submitted as likely final requirement in a course of study on the Jacquard loom. Jacquard's invention, originally designed in 1801, vastly simplified and improved the production of fabrics and textiles throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries. In addition, its use of punch cards to control the machine represents an important development in the history of computing as the loom's cards prefigure the later use of similar punch cards in early computers. The calligraphic portions of the text include both description and analysis of the operation of the loom as well as textile design, all rendered in a lovely and skilled hand. The volume also include numerous punch card patterns, weaving designs (including more than two dozen swatches of the finished textiles, though at least as many apparently lost/missing), and technical drawings of the loom and its workings. These visual elements represent the most compelling aspect of the book: detailed, precise, and ornate, with a decidedly modern feel. A work with multiple points of interest: from fashion and design to science and engineering, with visual style that calls to mind both abstract and conceptual art.

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        The Leys Fortnightly, Vol. 49

      Cambridge: Severs. 1925. Lowry's first published appearances, written when he was fifteen years of age and a sophomore in high school. Lowry attended The Leys school in Cambridge, England from 1923-27 and in his second year at the school approached William Henry Balgarnie, one of the Masters at the school and in charge of The Leys Fortnightly, the school's magazine. (Balgarnie was later immortalized as the basis for the title character in James Hilton's Goodbye, Mr. Chips.) Despite the fact that normally only third and fourth year students published in the magazine, Lowry told Balgarnie he had some work that The Fortnightly might want to print. The first piece he submitted was a story entitled "The Light That Failed Not," and Balgarnie read and liked Lowry's piece enough to publish it; it was later voted the best story to appear in The Fortnightly during the year. At his teacher's suggestion, Lowry wrote under the pen-name "CAMEL," [Lowry's initials are C.M.L.], and on the basis of his first story he gained some degree of prestige at the school. He later contributed a poem, "Der Tag," and another story, "Travelling Light" to the magazine; all three pieces are included in this bound volume of all the issues of The Fortnightly published during the 1924-25 school year. Three quarter leather binding, with the school's coat of arms embossed on the front cover. Spine leather weathered; near fine in a custom quarter leather clamshell box. An attractive copy of an exceedingly scarce volume: enrollment at the school was probably on the order of about 300 students at that time, and relatively few of these could have been expected to purchase bound copies of the school magazine; at most a couple of hundred of these would have been produced, if that, and few will have survived the century. Woolmer C1-3. OCLC locates only four libraries holding copies. . First Edition. Hardcover.

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        Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World: In Four Parts by Lemuel Gulliver, first a surgeon, & then a captain of several ships

      Waltham Saint Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1925. Very Good +. Jones, David. 2 volumes: full-page hand-colored woodcut maps and many in-text woodcuts, some hand-colored; 26 cm. Original white buckram and black paper binding with gilt-tooled spine titles. Printed by Robert Gibbings; the illustrations were designed and engraved on wood by David Jones. This is number 299 of a limited edition of 480 copies. The text it taken from the Bohn edition. In Very Good+ Condition: the white buckram is slightly soiled; the black paper is rubbed with minor loss; pages and illustrations are clean and bright.

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        Andres Brun Calligrapher of Saragossa Some Account Of His Life And Work With a facsimile in collotype of the surviving text and plates of his two writing books 1583 & 1612

      Paris & NY: Pegasus Press & Harcourt Brace, 1925. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. decorated cream cloth. Fine in very good dust wrapper lacking portions of lower spine in worn but functioning slipcase./No Dust Jacket. 30 pages in text. 30.5 x 23 cm. Limited edition, one of 175 copies, this copy printed for Alfred Harcourt on hand made paper by Miliani Fabriano, and printed upon the hand press by The Officina Bodoni Verona. Calligraphic specimens are numbered in pencil by hand -- references made in the text to individual plates. His famous writing books themselves are only known from incomplete copies; no perfect copy of either book have survived, and the cutting of the blocks themselves were beyond demanding. "Books of patterns for the use of many various trades had been in existence for something like sixty years before Brun issued his first sheets." Bright, clean copy.

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      Paris Simon Kra 1925. : Henri Guillac. Broché, couverture carton illustrée, 140 x 195mm., 11pp. et 62 planches en couleur. Un des 1125 exemplaires numérotées sur Vélin Lafuma, édition de 1230. Excéllent état.

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      Paris: Marcel Seheur, 1925. Fine, uncut and unopened in original glassine. First edition. No. 374 of 500 copies Quarto. Unpaged. Title-page and 37 fine color lithographs by Lucien Boucher. Bound in original color-printed stiff wraps

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        Fasching. Berlin, Fischer, 1925. 2 Bll., 40 S., 3 Bll. Mit 13 (2 sign., 1 Einbandillustr.). zumeist ganzseit. Orig.-Lithographien von Alfred Kubin . 4°. Farb. illustr. OHldr. mit goldgepr. RTitel in OPp.-Schuber (Schuber mit kl. Läsuren).

      Marks A 84.- Raabe 291.- Fischer S. 219.- Exemplar außerhalb der Nummerierung (GA 450).- Entgegen den Angaben im Druckvermerk ist nicht nur die erste sondern auch die dritte blattgroße Illustration von Alfred Kubin signiert.- Druckvermerk von Gerhart Hauptmann signiert.- Auf handgeschöpftem Bütten, gesetzt aus der Renata bei Otto v. Holten, Berlin.

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        Etching of Cardozo, Signed and Inscribed to Joseph M Paley

      1925. [Cardozo, Benjamin N. (1870-1938)]. Wood, Franklin T. [1877-1945]. [Etching of Cardozo, Signed and Inscribed to Joseph M. Paley]. N.p., N.d. (c. 1925). 17-1/2" x 12" portrait etching of Cardozo in judicial robes, signed in pencil by artist Franklin T. Wood on lower right, glazed and framed in tasteful brown wooden 15" x 19" frame. Bold inscription and full signature in pencil by Cardozo below image on lower left. Some scuffs and nicks to frame, some toning to mat, image fine. * The inscription reads: "To my friend and co-worker,/ Joseph M. Paley,/ With the friendship and esteem / of Benjamin N. Cardozo." Paley was Cardozo's secretary from 1918 to 1937. He was hired at the beginning of Cardozo's tenure at the N.Y. Court of Appeals and stayed with him through his years on the U.S. Supreme Court. Wood, an artist and illustrator based in Vermont, was highly regarded for his portraits, etchings and landscape paintings.

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      New York. 15 October 1925.. Approximately 11 x 9 inches (ca 275 x 225mm). Matted, framed and glazed. Tiny tear in extreme left margin, but fresh and bright (not examined out the frame). One of a sequence of accomplished ink portraits of distinguished writers, artists, scientist and thinkers prepared by the German- born, Swiss-resident artist (d. ca. 1937). Inscribed and signed by Lewis: "To: M. Kastor, in Paris, from an American who has known the gray [sic] & dreaming beauty of Paris streets & will forever return to them. Sinclair Lewis. New York, Oct. 15, 1925." Lewis's inscription dates from the year of ARROWSMITH's publication. The collection of 194 portraits of scientists by Kastor, many drawn from life, is at the Library of Congress. In the 1890s, a portfolio of engravings after his portraits of members of the French Academy was published.

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        L'Autriche à l'exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes. Paris 1925. Guide édité par la commission exécuticve

      Vienne 1925.. quadr.-8°. 59 (1) S. Mit Initialen u. 3 gefalt. Taf., 34 Taf., 1 Bl. OKart. m. farb. Einbandill. v. Dagobert Peche. Namenstempel a. d. Innendeckel, Widm. m. Bleist. a. d. Vortit. Ecken tlw. leicht geknickt. Katalog der berühmt gewordenen Ausstellung mit Arbeiten v. A. Hanak, J. Hoffmann, K. Hagenauer, P. Behrens, M. Powolny, O. Haerdtl, L. Fink, M. Rath, Susi Singer, M. Likarz, H. Corge, D. Peche, V. Wieselthier, A. Kolb, H. Bucher, F. Zülow, M. Flögl, W. Melzer, G. Neuwalder, P. Gütersloh, C. Birke, T. Klopfer, E. Zweybrück, G. Salzer, H. Ramsauer und der Wiener Werkstätte. - Vom 28. April bis 25. Okt. 1925 fand eine große internationale Schaustellung dekorativer Kunst des Art déco und der Avant-garde in Paris statt. Entlang der L'Esplanade des Invalides bis zum Grand Palais in Paris präsentierten sich Firmen, Kaufhäuser und Länder in eigens dafür errichteten Pavillons, die von bedeutenden Architekten wie Constantin Melnikov und Le Corbusier gebaut worden waren. Den österreichischen Pavillon entwarf Josef Hoffmann.

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