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        Autograph Manuscript Signed / Engraved Portrait

      The dean of Columbia Law School went on to serve as attorney general under Coolidge before joining the U.S. Supreme Court, as associate justice (1925-41) and chief justice (1941-46). Partly-printed AMS, 4pp, 5 3/4" X 9¼", Englewood, NJ, 1913 November 24. Very good. "Who's Who in America" questionnaire, filled out entirely in Stone's hand, starting with full name, occupation, address, birthdate, and going into education, marital status, professional associations, clubs, etc. Most printed questions bear brief responses, and a few (namely military record and list of books written) did not apply and were left blank. Truly unique, a fascinating and exceptionally early biographical record by the future chief justice. Accompanied by a striking 6" X 8" steel engraving of Stone. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, AB]
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        Iowa Reports. Vols. 1 to 137 (1855-1908). 142 books in all.

      1925 - Iowa Reports. Vols. 1 to 137 (1855-1908) [with] Morris. 1 volume (1839-1846) [with] Greene (1847-1854) volumes 1-4. Together 142 books. Original law calf, very worn. Some loose spines, some detached or repaired with brown tape. Ex-private law library with stamps, internally very good. See digital image. * Volumes 1-50 (1855-1879) were published prior to the National Reporter System. North Western Reporter begins coverage with vol. 51 of the Iowa Reports.

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB]
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        The Great Gatsby

      New York: Charles Scribners, 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 fine condition, with the gilt lettering to the spine, nice and bright. With a Scribner's "compliments of the author" slip laid in. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. An exceptional copy.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).

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        On BOARD The SS MONGOLIA. San Francisco to New York, via the Panama Canal.

      1925 - Map of journey affixed to inside of front cover. A family of 5's photo-record of a trip starting from San Francisco March 21st, through the Panama Canal, to the west of Cuba, then up the east Coast to New York, arriving April 8th. Photos show all aspects of the journey, from those involved ["Our taxi-driver on Twin Peaks - San Francisco"], to picturesque scenry [train station at "Observatory on Mt. Tamalpais"], to aspects of the ship ["On the port side, looking toward sherry. The bar is astern ."]. General wear to album covers. Some photographs show a bit of fading & yellowing, though most quite clear. Overall, Very Good. Commerical black pebbled leather screw-post binder. Oblong format: 8-1/8" x 11-3/4". 28 leaves of black construction paper, the first with an introductory 5 line verse & graphic [in white ink]. 27 leaves with 2 b/w photographs [4-1/2" x 3-3/8"] per side [= 108 photos]. Numerous blank leaves at rear. Captioning to approximately 20% of the images. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Informer

      Jonathan Cape London: Jonathan Cape, 1925. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. True first edition of O'Flaherty's classic book of the Irish Underground in Dublin. Made into a memorable film directed by John Ford. A clean tight very good copy in green cloth with bright spine lettering. Price intact dustwrapper is quite bright and has benefited from some profesional restoration to spine gutters and base of spine. Presents beautifully. A scarce literary work from one of the Irish masters of the form.

      [Bookseller: Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A. ]
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        Pastors and Masters

      Heath Cranton Limited, London 1925 - Hardcover. Orange cloth with black lettering. Lean to spine. Spine faded, head and tail creased. Corners bumped, extremities rubbed. Endpapers discolored. Paper label on paste-down endpaper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Booked Up, Inc.]
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        Sangschaw; together with Penny Wheep

      Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1925; 1926. Two octavo volumes. First edition of the Scottish poet Hugh M'Diarmid's first collection of poetry, in the second binding, together with a first edition of his second book. Hugh M'Diarmid, or MacDiarmid, as it is more commonly written, was the pen name of Christopher Murray Grieve. MacDiarmid was the leading light of the Scottish Literary Renaissance that occurred in the first half of the twentieth century. He developed and wrote in a synthetic Scots vernacular that incorporated elements of many regional dialects and integrated archaic words and phrases used by Scotland's late medieval poets. Scots was fading from common and literary use and was most often only used in poetry to evoke a sense of the past; instead, MacDiarmid sought to update and revolutionize the language, making it relevant to the modern era. He also believed that the Scottish psyche could not be expressed in English alone, and as a result, he wanted to create a national voice. Sangschaw contains MacDiarmid's first Scots lyric, The Watergaw, and extensive glossaries follow the poems in both volumes. Both bound in blue cloth, with the original light blue dust wrappers lettered in black. Dust wrappers are toned to spines and margins of the panels, and each has a stray mark to the front panel. Penny Wheep has a short, closed tear to the front panel, else both are in fine condition.

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        Faust

      New York: Dingwall Rock Limited, 1925. - "Such As It Is It Is Terribly, Terribly Sincere And Is I Think My Best Book" (Harry Clarke)[CLARKE, Harry, illustrator]. GOETHE, [Johann Wolfgang von]. Faust. From the German by John Anster. Illustrated by Harry Clarke. New York: Dingwall Rock Limited, n.d. [1925].First American edition, limited to 1,000 copies for the United States and signed by the artist, this being copy no. 81. Quarto (10 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches; 266 x 208 mm.). 253, [1], [1, tail-piece], [1, blank] pp. Eight color plates, fourteen black and white plates (six in line and eight in line and wash lithographed in two printings), and sixty-three line drawings in the text. Pictorial endpapers.Original quarter vellum over gray boards. Original printed dust jacket. Minima dust soiling to vellum, very slight rubbing to corners, otherwise a fine copy in a very good dust jacket, slightly chipped at head and tail of spine. Housed in the publisher's (rather worn) cardboard slipcase.Faust was published at the end of October 1925. "The book was handsomely produced in a signed and numbered edition, limited to two thousand copies of which one thousand were for sale in America. The book was printed on Van Gelder handmade paper and quarter bound in vellum at two guineas. Only the line drawings are satisfactorily reproduced; in this edition the printers’ attempts to reproduce the fine wash and line illustrations by photogravure and the often murky watercolours by process colour do not do justice to the originals. Many of the original drawings for head and tailpieces are heightened with gold and silver ink, but these were printed only in black and white. Reviews of Faust were mixed" (Bowe, p. 81).From Dorothy Richardson’s review in the Irish Times (quoted in Bowe, pp. 81-82): "There is from first to last in these pictures no sunlight, but rather light filtered, coming as through a glass darkly. And it is this quality of filtered light, helping to make him so interesting a commentator on Goethe’s tale that is one of the distinctive charms of Mr. Clarke’s work." From AE’s review in The Irish Statesman (quoted in Bowe, pp. 82-84): "Wherever the imagination of Goethe conjures up the macabre, the witch, the imp and the devil Clarke will add a shudder which is congruous with the drama The collector will buy this volume because of Harry Clarke’s part in it, not because of Goethe’s part in it Nothing in these drawings represents anything in the visible world; all come from that dread mid-world or purgatory of the soul where forms change on the instant by evil or beautiful imagination, where the human image becomes bloated and monstruous [sic] by reason of lust or hate, the buttocks become like those of fat swine, and thoughts crawl like loathsome and puffy worms out of their cells in the skull. Shapeless things gleam with the eye of snake or hog, and in the midst of all this a faint and fragile Margaret moves, like a helpless innocence or frightened faun, and at other times she herself becomes sinister because of the sorcery which assails her Clarke’s fertility of invention is endless. It is shown in a multitude of designs less elaborate that the page plates, but no less intense.""Harry himself wrote to [Thomas] Bodkin during the week of publication, ‘Am sending you a copy and hope you will not hate it. Such as it is it is terribly, terribly sincere and is I think my best book— ‘tis horrid I know—in fact I had to laugh at my creations or I would have become morbid—I think I shall illustrate no more ’" (Bowe, p. 82).Bowe, p. 150, no. 10.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        40 offprints Hitoshi Katara 2 signed a few inscribed 1925-1953

      Various places, 1925-1953. Hitoshi Kihara 1893-1986. Japans Pioneer Geneticist. 40 offprints mostly pre-war, some in Japanese, though most in German. A rare collection of pre-war offprints. Reprints from Japanese Journal of Botany; Botanical Magazine; Cytologia; Japanese Journal of Genetics; and others. Some of the titles are: Weitere Untersuchungen uber die pentaploiden Triticum-Bastare. I. (Tokyo 1925); Chromosomenzahlen und systematische Gruppierung der Rumex-Arten by H. Kihara und T. One inscribed and signed to H. de Vries (Springer, Berlin, 1925); a full list of titles available on request. One offprint torn, some have names of prior owners such as Lester W. Sharp, Karl Sax, E. M. East. Some of the spines have been tape repaired. The majority are in very good condition. * Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Robinson Street Books, IOBA]
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        The Jazz Singer (First Edition)

      Brentano's New York: Brentano's, 1925. First Edition. First Edition. Near Fine in a strong Very Good plus dust jacket, with light chipping to corners. A play that became the basis for the iconic 1927 film starring Al Jolson. Remade twice , in 1952 by Michael Curtiz with Danny Thomas and Peggy Lee, and in 1980 by Richard Fleischer with Neil Diamond and Laurence Olivier. A play based on the author's story, "The Day of Atonement," which originally appeared in Everybody's Magazine, January 1922.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Solares Montañeses. Viejos Linajes de la Provincia de Santander (Antes Montañas de Burgos). Tomo I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII y VIII.

      Tip. Dialco Mnemaen, C. P. Dueso, 1925 a 1934., Santoña - 16x24. Ilus. en negro. Obra completa. Nombre de ant. prop., la escritora santanderina Matilde Camus. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A History of English Wallpaper

      1925 1925 - 1509-1914. London 1925. Rigt illustr. i s/h og indklæbede farveplancher. XIII + 281 s. Orig. komp. hellrd. Richly illustr. in black/white and with colourplates pasted in. Publisher's decorated cloth. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Winston Churchill on the cover of TIME Magazine, 11 May 1925, Vol.V. No.19

      236 East 39th Street, New York: TIME, Incorporated, 1925. 1st Edition. Paperback. Very good. In the 1920s Churchill appeared twice on the cover of TIME Magazine - in this 11 May 1925 issue and in the 14 April 1923 issue. TIME was then a new publication with small circulation, having begun publication just 25 months earlier in March 1923. This issue is of course is a neat piece of history. But more to the point for collectors, it is rare prize among Churchill magazine covers. The years surrounding 1925 were momentous and tumultuous for Churchill. In 1922 Churchill lost his Dundee seat in Parliament, only to rejoin the conservatives in 1924 after a 20-year stint as a Liberal. He was promptly re-elected to Parliament in 1924 and made Chancellor of the Exchequer. The front cover caption reads: "CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER At the annual Armageddon". The article on pages 7-8 discusses Churchill "battling for his maiden budget" and championing Britain's return to the gold standard, which was restored in April 1925, earning Churchill the voluble opposition of dissenters such as John Maynard Keynes. This copy is in very good condition overall. The covers remain firmly attached with no losses and the staples are not rusted. The all important front cover is clean and bright with only very mild wear and a .25 inch strip of soiling confined to the bottom edge. The rear cover is creased at the upper corner and snows a bit of edgewear at the bottom edge, but is clean and complete. Pages 14-32 show some loss at the upper corner, but this does not affect any text. The contents are otherwise clean and complete with mild age-toning. A clean and substantially intact copy of an extravagantly rare Churchill cover.

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector]
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        La Crise Mondiale (The World Crisis), inscribed and dated by Churchill to Charles Montag

      Paris: Payot, 1925. First French language edition. Hardcover. Near fine. This is the first French edition of Churchill's acclaimed history of World War I in four volumes, finely bound, inscribed and dated by Churchill in Volume I to his longtime friend and painting companion Charles Montag (1880-1956).  The inked inscription in five lines on the Volume I first free endpaper reads:  "To / Charles Montag / from / Winston S. Churchill / 1946".  Churchill discovered painting during the First World War.  May 1915 saw Churchill scapegoated for failure in the Dardanelles and slaughter at Gallipoli and forced from the Admiralty.  By November Churchill was serving at the Front, leading a battalion in the trenches.  But during the summer of 1915, as he wrestled with depression and decisions, he rented Hoe Farm in Surrey, which he frequented with his wife and three children. There, one day in June, Churchill noticed his brother's wife sketching in watercolors and impulsively borrowed her brush. He swiftly found solace in painting, which would serve as a beloved source of release and renewal for the rest of his long life.  Charles Montag shared and supported Churchill's passion.  Montag was a Swiss painter and art dealer who met Churchill in 1915, soon after Churchill began painting.  Montag became a lifelong friend and compagnon d'art for nearly four decades, painting with Churchill from the south of France to Lake Como to Marrakech.  More than just a companion, Montag also served as a mentor, supporter, and technical advisor.  In 1915, it was Montag who took Churchill "round the galleries of Paris" and introduced him to the work of the impressionists.  In 1921, Montag arranged an exhibition of Churchill's paintings at the presitgious Galerie Druet in the rue Royale, shown under the pseudonym "Charles Morin".  Letters from Churchill to his wife testify that, over the years, Montag would "comment & guide" Churchill's painting, an influence Churchill regarded positively: "he has a vast knowledge and one cannot paint in his presence without learning."  In 1946 Montag helped arrange for Churchill to stay at Chateau Choisi on the shores of Lake Geneva to paint, work on his war memoirs, and prepare for his famous speech of 19 September promoting a United Europe.  It was this speech that lent bold impetus to formation of what would eventually become the European Union, with Churchill an early, ardent, and vital advocate of pan-European integration.  Churchill was known, on occasion, to gift finely bound and inscribed copies of his books to friends who hosted him on his trips.  Given the inscription date it seems likely that this finely bound set in his friend's preferred language was such a gift.  That this set is inscribed in the French edition of The World Crisis is particularly significant; it was because of the First World War that Churchill began to paint and met Montag.  Taken together, the gift and the time span the two wars that had torn Europe apart, the beginning of the effort that would knit Europe together, and a friendship and pastime that sustained Churchill during all of these momentous events.  The four volumes of the French edition were published between 1925 and 1931.  The set is beautifully bound in red half morocco over crimson cloth boards.  The binding features raised spine bands, gilt spine lettering, black rules bordering all spine bands and transitions, beautifully marbled endpapers, and gilt top edge.  The original card wrappers are preserved, bound in at the rear of each volume.  Overall condition is near fine plus.  The bindings remain bright and clean with no fading or deterioration of the leather and virtually no wear.  There are no previous ownership markings apart from the author's inscription.  The inscribed volume I shows only very light spotting confined to the prelims and page edges and some inevitable age toning to the contents, particularly the page edges.  In Volumes II - IV, very light spotting appears confined to page edges and age-toning is mild. 

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        Troy Park

      London: Duckworth,, 1925. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine and upper board in red. With the dust jacket. Two small bookplates. Ends of spine worn, contents faintly toned in the margins. An excellent copy in the rubbed and chipped jacket with a closed tear down the length of the spine panel. The jacket has been poorly backed with tissue and restored along the spine. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the verso of the front free endpaper, "To Stephen Hudson and Violet Schiff with the admiration and affection of the author". The recipient Sydney Schiff was a novelist and important patron of the Bloomsbury Group, well known for his literary introductions, including the notorious first meeting between James Joyce and Proust in 1922.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Edmund B. Wilson 3 file folders of illustrations etc for The Cell 3rd edition 1925

      1925. The Cell is considered one of the most famous textbooks in the history of modern biology. Here offered 3 file folders containing 15 boards with illustrated cells etc matching fig numbers in the 3rd edition of The Cell published in 1925. Captions in type, with some corrections match the captions. Editorial marks such as Old fig (meaning prior edition) Fig. 176 New 474. File also contains 10 photos (5 are Photomicrographs), other papers with illustrations, seemingly earlier versions, pre-pub. Plus 8 plates from Journal of Morphology. And an addressed envelope only from a Dr. Leiber in Heidelberg to Edmund B. Wilson Columbia University. Unfortunately it doesn't contain whatever was sent. It's unknown why it was in the file, but we're leaving it there. A rare opportunity to acquire a segment of actual pre-pub work of one of the most important Textbooks in Biology by one of the pioneering American Zoologist and Geneticist. Rare. * Some of the pages have tears, and some of few of the Journal of Morphology plates are torn and chipped. Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Robinson Street Books, IOBA]
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        The Sailor's Return.

      London, Chatto & Windus, 1925 - Octavo. Original pink and black mottled cloth, pink paper title label to spine printed in black. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the tanned and rubbed dust jacket. With a frontispiece by Ray Garnett. First Edition, First Impression. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "Arthur Waley from David Garnett 8th September 1925". [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Great Gatsby

      Charles Scribner's Sons New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1925. First. First edition, first issue. Small contemporary bookstore label on rear endpaper, modest rubbing to the gilt publisher's name at the base of the spine, tiny tear in the cloth at the edge of the spine, still a nice, very near fine copy with the title lettering especially bright, lacking the rare dustwrapper. A handsome copy of this American classic. Connolly 100. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        THE MOTHER'S RECOMPENSE

      New York: D. Appleton and Co. 1925. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good in boards. Hinge starting, FEP torn out neatly, slight lean to spine. First Printing, with a (1) at the end of the text on page 342.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

      [Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar]
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        The Making of A Stockbroker

      GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY, NEW YORK 1925 - rough cut edges; bookplate on fep; browning of pages; some soiling on cover board; some scratches on front and back cover board; gilt title on front and spine; rubbed along edges; front board foredge slight bump; small tears on top/bottom spine; small knick on front rightmost of cover board DATE PUBLISHED: 1925 EDITION: 341 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        [NUMBER THEORY -MANUSCRIPT & OFF PRINTS]

      1925. Original Wraps. Very Good. Three off prints on Theory of Numbers: Théorie Des Nombres – Sur les nombres de Fermat. Comptes rendus des séances de l’Académie des Sciences, t. 180, p. 799, séance du 16 mars 1925 (4to off print numbered p.1-2.); Sur Le Nombre N= 1/9 (1023 – 1) 8vo. 3, [1]p. ; Sur Les Nombres De Fermat. Fn= 22n + 1. 8vo. 5, [3]p. Plus approximately 65 pages of manuscript notes in French with calculations. The majority of the manuscript pages appear to deal with quadratic forms in Leonard Dickson’s - Studies in the theory of numbers. (1930), which contains numerous original investigations in the theory of quadratic forms in three or four variables. In Dickson’s earlier work on the History of the Theory of Numbers (1919-23) he provided little interpretation and made no attempt to contextualize the results being described. It is probably with this background that Kraitchik devoted much of the manuscript sheets to Dickson’s work. Other manuscript notes dealing with other equations from Euler “Continuous la table” dated March to December, 1939. The last group of manuscript pages in 8vo deal with equations from a publication of Landar(sic) Backman dated November 1931 and May 1938. There are a few loose sheets with calculations but no identification. These may be sheets used to make rough calculations. Together this manuscript collection and off prints offer a very good example of Kraitchik’s thinking in regards the theory of numbers. Although Kraitchik is often thought of in relation to Recreational Mathematics, he really spent considerable time with the Theory of Numbers. The present collection of 3 off prints and manuscript sheets most of which are on square lined sheets is thus quite rare and significant for this noted 20th century mathematician.

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        Japanische Masken no und kyogen.

      2 vols. Berlin und Leipzig 1925. Illustr. in b/w and colour. XI + 426 + 235 pp. Publisher's cloth

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        FARMINGTON

      New York: Boni & Liveright, 1925 (1928). Third Edition. hardcover. A gorgeous copy, beautifully preserved, with the original dustwrapper which has a long, jagged but closed tear on the front panel that, under mylar, is not terribly offensive. Fine in a lovely dustwrapper. A novel that is really a thinly disguised autobiography of the great labor lawyer. INSCRIBED on the front free endpaper "To my good friend Geo/Bye- who managed to get/money for stuff that he would/have been glad to pay any/journalists or magazine editors/for printing them/With regard and affection of" and SIGNED "Clarence Darrow/June 6th 1929." Bye was a public relations and literary agent who worked for Darrow placing his articles as well as for other notable figures such as Eleanor Roosevelt. Darrow's sharp humor is readily apparent in his inscription.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales (Rie Cramer Illustrated)

      London: Humphrey Milford - Oxford University Press, 1925. First edition thus. Rare and beautiful edition illustrated by Rie Cramer. Dk. green, full cloth boards, lt. shelf wear, bump; small dent at bk. Richly ornate, multi-hued cover and spine design in bright gilt, red, tan, and several blues from designs by Rie Cramer. Cover depicts knight and maiden on horseback w/soldiers and dogs, traveling the countryside beside body of water; framed w/beautiful pillers. Spine appears to depict The Wild Swans and The Fir Tree w/bands. Thick, deckled pages generally very good w/moderate fox at frt. Illustrated and detailed throughout in b&w and monotones by L.A. Govey and seventeen (17) tipped-in color plates by Cramer. Endpapers w/uniquely stamped silhouetted designs in blue-gray. No date; circa 1930. Gift inscription at frt. endp. and name at half-title page dated 1930. 349 pages. Insured post.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Cramer, Rie; Govey, L.A.. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall.

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        Toboggan Escape [Original Painting]

      [circa 1925]. () Near fine. Original oil on canvas. 33.25" X 26" (84.5 X 66 cm), in light green and white painted wooden frame which measures 38.5" X 30.5" (97.8 X 77.5 cm). Light wear to frame with some slight seperation / cracking at joints. Small rectangular fade mark to bottom of frame. Signed by the artist at the bottom left of the painting. Illustration depicting a mother polar bear cuddling her child as they slide down a snowy slope, away from a man with a spear visible behind them in the distance. In the background ice floats on the water and the sun is setting. A very sweet painting. Peter Da Ru was a children's book illustrator and author who illustrated many children's books in the 1920's and 30's with noted author Allen Chaffee, most of which focused around animals (many of them bears). Books illustrated by Da Ru include 'Sitka, the Snow Baby', 'Chinook, the Cinnamon Cub' and 'The Adventures of Twinkly Eyes, the Little Black Bear'..

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        Charming silver medallion presented to the Prince of Wales (1894-1972, King of Great Britain, Later the Duke of Windsor)

      - on HMS Repulse during his African/South American Tour in 1925, when his team worn the 'Cock of the Fleet' Trophy, on the front is a delightful raised relief of cockerels and on the verso is the inscription "Won by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales", 1¼ inches across, no place, An exceptionally rare item

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB]
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        Fantômes de chaque jour -

      Ernest Flammarion 1925 -, Paris - 1 In-12 261 pp. Reliure demi-maroquin marron à coins. Dos à nerfs avec titre doré et date au talon. Tête dorée. Couverture et dos conservés. Reliure signée BERNASCONI. Intérieur parfait. Non rogné. Parfait état EDITION ORIGINALE de ce roman faisant partie de la 3e série des "ballades françaises".nEnrichi d'un envoi autographe et d'une longue lettre autographe signée de l'auteur à Antoine Girard, ainsi qu'une enveloppe et une lettre reliés dans le livre. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Deutsche Fayence- und Porzellan-Hausmaler. Komplett in 2 Bänden.

      Leipzig, Karl W. Hiersemann, 1925. - FL0400 31,5 x 24,5 cm. Violette Original-Leinenbände mit goldgeprägten Einbandtiteln und Rückenverzierungen. Die Einbände sind etwas lichtrandig. Heraldisches ExLibris jeweils im vorderen Innendeckel. 4 Bll. Titelei, Vorwort und Inhaltsverzeichnis, 519 (3) Seiten, komplett mit 34 Lichtdrucktafeln, davon 14 farbig, sowie 404 Bildern im Text. S. 116: kleine herstellungsbedingte Verschmutzung im Papier (0,5 x 0,5 cm). Ansonsten ist der Innenbereich beider Bände tadellos sauber und frisch. Collationiertes, wohlerhaltenes Werk. Inhalt: I: Fayence-Hausmalerei. 1. Johann Schaper. 2. Schapers unmittelbare Nachfolger (JC, J Sch, Joh. Keyll, .). 3. Weierentwicklung und Opposition gegen Schaper (G. Strauch, A. Helmhack,.). 4. Purpurmalerei und Übergang zum Fabrikdekor ( Monogrammisten W., M.B., Glüer,.). 5. Die Augsburger Fayencemaler (Emailmaler K. Schnell, J.J. Priester,.). II. Porzellan-Hausmaler: 1. Augsburg ( B. Seuter, J. Aufenwerth,.). 2. Chr. K. Hunger und die sächsische Emailmalerei ( C.F. Herold, Nagelschmied,.). 3. Ignaz Bottengruber. 4. C. F. von Wolfsburg, H.G. von Breßler und Genossen. 5. Preußler und die Schwarzlotmalerei auf Porzellan in Böhmen und Wien. 6. Bayreuth (J.C. Sucht, J.F. Metzsch,.). 7. Sächsische Hausmalerei (Meerheim, Mehlhorn, Dieze,.). 8. F. Mayer in Preßnitzund Genossen. 9. F.J. Ferner und Genossen. 10. Andere Rokoko-Hausmaler ( Meister G., B. Weys, Huber, Klein.). 11. Gerissene Porzellane des Kanonikus A.O.E. von dem Busch. 12. Die Nachblüte der Porzellan-Hausmalerei seit der Empirezeit (Württemberg, Baden, Westdeutschland, Nürnberg und Franken, Bamberg, München, Braunschweig, Göttingen, Kassel, Thüringen, Dresden, Leipzig, Breslau, Berlin, Sonstige deutsche Porzellanmaler, Wien und das frühe Österreich. --- Band 2 enthält ein Nachwort, Verzeichnisse der Tafeln und der Textbilder, Register der Hausmaler und anderer Künstler, Register der Sammlungen und Museen, Buchempfehlungen. --- Bedeutendstes Werk des Kunsthistorikers Pazaurek, das er fast 2 Jahrzehnte vorbereitete. Grundlegende Veröffentlichung über die damals noch wenig bekannten Hausmaler mit hohem wissenschaftlichen Wert. Seltene, qualitativ hochwertige Originalausgabe. 4250

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        Mrs. Dalloway 1st US Edition

      HARCOURT BRACE & CO@, 1925-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 1.1000 inches 7.8000 inches 5.3000 inches. First edition. 1925. No additional printings listed. Orange boards, paper spine plate. no jacket. Slight lean to the spine. Inner hinge overextended but not cracked at half title page. Text clean. No jacket.

      [Bookseller: River Enterprises]
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        KRAKATIT ... Translated by Lawrence Hyde

      London: Geoffrey Bles,. [1925]. original blue boards, front and spine panels stamped in brown.. Some offsetting and foxing to front endpapers, some mild foxing to. top and bottom edges of text block, a near fine copy in very good to. near fine pictorial dust jacket (designed by K. Romney Towndrow) with. some mild shelf wear to edges and some dust soiling to white. background. (#111886). First edition in English. Translation of KRAKATIT (1924). Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 2-36; (1981) 2- 12; (1987) 2-14; and (1995) 2-15. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 360. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 52. Clute and Nicholls (eds), The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (1993), p. 190. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 47. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 39. Reginald 02554.

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        The Bengal Local Statutory Rules and Orders, 1924: Being Lists.

      1925 - Government of Bengal, Legislative Department. The Bengal Local Statutory Rules and Orders, 1924: Being Lists and a Collection of Extant Local Rules and Orders Made up to the 31st December, 1923, Under Enactments Applying to the Province of Bengal, as Constituted on that Date in Three Volumes. Calcutta: Bengal Secretariat Book Depot 1925-1926. Three volumes. Original cloth, moderate shelfwear and soiling, some dampspotting, hinges of Volume II and III starting, internally clean. Ex-library. Location labels to spines, small stamps to title pages. * Contents: Volume I: List of Local Rules and Orders; II. Local Rules and Orders Made Under Acts of Parliament, Acts of the Governor General of India in Council, and Regulations; 3. Rules and Orders Made Under Bengal Acts. OCLC locates 4 copies. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        When We Were Very Young

      London: Methuen & Co Ltd, 1925. The First Edition Online Bookstore has the very rare and collectable A.A. Milne When We Were Very Young children's illustrated book for sale. This is the tenth edition of A.A. Milne When We Were Very Young that was published by Methuen and Co Ltd London in July 1925 just 8 months after the first edition which was published on 6th November 1924. A.A. Milne When We Were Very Young is the first book in the Winnie the Pooh series and is the first time that the A.A. Milne character Winnie the Pooh appeared, which was in the A.A. Milne poem Teddy Bear on page 85. The rare A.A. Milne When We Were Very Young dust jacket has great illustrations by E.H. Shepard to the front of the dust jacket, the back of the dust jacket and to the spine of the dust jacket that features Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin. The dust jacket is in Very Good condition with marks and minor losses to the top and bottom of the spine and to the corners. The rare A.A. Milne When We Were Very Young binding has gilt illustrations by E.H. Shepard to the front board and to the back board on a blue background, and gilt lettering to the spine. The A.A. Milne When We Were Very Young binding is in Very Good condition with the gilt lettering and illustrations being extremely fresh and bright, but with a corner knock to the top right corner of the front board, slight knock to the front board edge, very minor corner knocks, and knocks to the top and bottom of the spine. These are an exceptionally attractive set of boards for A.A. Milne When We Were Very Young. The A.A. Milne When We Were Very Young pages have a wonderful double page illustrated endpapers to the front and to the rear of the book. There are 99 numbered pages which have the top edge gilt and are packed with wonderful A.A. Milne children's poems and verses that have been stunningly illustrated by E.H. Shepard. There is a brown vertical mark to the front free endpaper and to the rear free endpaper, which is normal for these books, and there is a small retailer's label to the rear pastedown at the end of the book. Otherwise the pages are in Very Good to Near Fine condition. This is a stunning example of A.A. Milne When We Were Very Young with the rare dust jacket that will make a wonderful addition to an A.A. Milne book collection or any collection of children's illustrated books.. Tenth Edition. Original Decorative Cloth. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by E.H. Shepard.

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        The Great Gatsby

      G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover lightly rubbed and bumped. Dampstain to upper edge of cloth. Inner hinge a little weak. Some light spotting. Heraldic bookplate on paste-down of Beaverbrook 'Res Mihi Non Me Rebus'. Also signature of S. Churchill and pencil note on fep 'Aug 24th 1926 Aquitana to Southampton' First Edition second printing Green hardback embossed cloth cover 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5"). 218pp.

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        The Knave of Hearts

      G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Heavy ink inscriptions and child's cartoon illustrations to rear of half title page, three back endpapers and rear of final plate. Some minor damp staining to pages within (not impinging on plates) and damp staining to lower corner of rear cover. Frontis plate possibly lacking tissue-guard. Light foxing half title page. Illustrated endpapers First Edition Black hardback cloth cover with papered front cover illustrated by Maxwell Parrish 360mm x 300mm (14" x 12"). 47pp. Illustrated with pictorial title page and ownership leaf; additional 21 full page and smaller colour illustrations from original paintings by Maxfield Parrish. During the Golden Age of Illustration, Maxfield Parrish's beautiful settings figures enchanted the American public. His work includes immense murals in office buildings and hotels, magazine covers, and advertisements as well as his book illustrations. Many of his illustrations to children's books, still popular today. 'The Knave of Hearts' published in large format, is one of the most enduring of such books and was published at the height of career.

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        Inquisiciones / Jorge Luis Borges

      Buenos Aires: Editorial Proa, 1925. 160, [3] p.; 20 cm. Errata: p. [162]. Number 281 of 500 copies. First edition of Borges' first prose book. 23 essays including "El 'Ulises' de Joyce" which opens, "Soy el primer aventurero hispanico que arribano al libro de Joyce." This collection shows the wide range of interests that Borges would develop through his life. From the library of Argentine scholar Manuel Lizondo Borda. Stock#OB966. Good+ in original printed green wrappers, some spine tears, first & last signatures heavily foxed, a characteristic of other copies I identified.

      [Bookseller: Bibliomania]
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        Die Kunstismen - Les ismes de l’art - The isms of art.

      - Erlenbach-Zürich, Eugen Rentsch Verlag, 1925. 26,5 : 20,5 cm. XI, 48 S. mit 76 Abbildungen. Illustr. Orig.-Pappband in Rot und Schwarz nach Entwurf von El Lissitzky. Erste Ausgabe. - Bolliger 9, 793. - Lissitzky-Küppers, Tafeln 129-132, S. 49-52 u. 383. - Bedeutendes Gemeinschaftswerk von Hans Arp und El Lissitzky und typographisches Meisterwerk von Lissitzky. Ein Meilenstein der Neuen Typographie und hervorragend dokumentierte erste Gesamtdarstellung der neuen Kunstrichtungen: Konstruktivismus, Verismuns, Proun, Merz, Neo-Plastizismus, Purismus, Dada, Suprematismus, Abstraktivismus, Kubismus, Futurismus, Expressionismus etc. - Vord. Vorsatzblatt mit Stempel, handschr. Namen u. Datum eines Vorbesitzers von 1926. Rückenkanten, Kapitale u. untere Ecke des Hinterdeckels gering berieben, Vorderdeckel im unteren unbedruckten Rand mit 3 kleinen schwachen Flecken, erste u. letzte S. 1 u. 48 sowie hint. fliegender Vorsatz schwach stockfleckig, sonst ausserordentlich sauberes und bestens erhaltenes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [NUMBER THEORY -MANUSCRIPT & OFF PRINTS]

      1925. Original Wraps. Very Good. Three off prints on Theory of Numbers: Théorie Des Nombres – Sur les nombres de Fermat. Comptes rendus des séances de l’Académie des Sciences, t. 180, p. 799, séance du 16 mars 1925 (4to off print numbered p.1-2.); Sur Le Nombre N= 1/9 (1023 – 1) 8vo. 3, [1]p. ; Sur Les Nombres De Fermat. Fn= 22n + 1. 8vo. 5, [3]p. Plus approximately 65 pages of manuscript notes in French with calculations. The majority of the manuscript pages appear to deal with quadratic forms in Leonard Dickson’s - Studies in the theory of numbers. (1930), which contains numerous original investigations in the theory of quadratic forms in three or four variables. In Dickson’s earlier work on the History of the Theory of Numbers (1919-23) he provided little interpretation and made no attempt to contextualize the results being described. It is probably with this background that Kraitchik devoted much of the manuscript sheets to Dickson’s work. Other manuscript notes dealing with other equations from Euler “Continuous la table” dated March to December, 1939. The last group of manuscript pages in 8vo deal with equations from a publication of Landar(sic) Backman dated November 1931 and May 1938. There are a few loose sheets with calculations but no identification. These may be sheets used to make rough calculations. Together this manuscript collection and off prints offer a very good example of Kraitchik’s thinking in regards the theory of numbers. Although Kraitchik is often thought of in relation to Recreational Mathematics, he really spent considerable time with the Theory of Numbers. The present collection of 3 off prints and manuscript sheets most of which are on square lined sheets is thus quite rare and significant for this noted 20th century mathematician.

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        In Our Time

      New York: Boni & Liveright, 1925 First American edition, first printing of the author's first book published in the United States. One of only 1335 copies. Original publisher's cloth. A very good copy with some wear to the spine, with a very small tear at the head, dimming to the spine gilt, bright gilt on the front panel, overall very good. "In Our Time" was Hemingway's first collection of short stories and was published before he gained notoriety as an author.. First American Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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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. Spine very slightly rolled, faint ring marks to upper board, a little wear at tips. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing, the first state of the text with "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. A very attractive copy.

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        SAMSON AND DELILAH:

      Waltham Saint Lawrence, Berkshire: Golden Cockerel Press, 1925. Fine in remnants of the dust jacket. Number 117 of 325 copies Slim quarto. 17p. Illustrated with seven wood-engravings by Robert Gibbings. Cream cloth with gilt spine title Chanticleer 30.

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        Mrs. Dalloway.

      2nd edition. Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, London 1925. 293 pp. Publisher's cloth, no dustjacket

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