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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.

      [Bookseller: Clausen Books, RMABA]
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        FOURTEEN SONGS FROM WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG

      Toronto: McClelland And Stewart, 1925 From TBCL's Children's Bookcase. First Canadian Edition of Milne's wonderful children's verses from, When We Were Very Young, set to music by H. Fraser-Simson accompanied by E. H. Shepard's enchanting drawings. A near fine copy (small discreet bookseller's stamp to the front free endpaper), in 1/4 green cloth over green patterned boards, (gentle bump to the top edge of the front and rear board), green titles and decorations in a near fine illustrated dustwrapper with some light use. 4to. 34 pp. Lovely Copy.. 1st Edition. Illus. by E.H. Shepard.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Bagnères-de-luchon et son canton

      Edouard privat, 1925. in8 Relié

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        Principia Mathematica

      Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,, 1925–27. 3 volumes, octavo. Original publisher's dark blue cloth, spines lettered in gilt, cream endpapers. Ownership inscriptions dated December 1932 on front free endpapers. A little very light rubbing to extremities, an excellent set. Second edition. The first edition of Principia mathematica, the greatest single contribution to symbolic logic for the time, appeared in 1910–13 in a lopsided publication: 750 copies of the first volume in 1910; only 500 each of the later two volumes. The revisions and additions of the second edition, introducing a new system of logic influenced by both Wittgenstein and Frank Ramsey, were produced solely by Russell. The set has become harder to find complete as first volumes from it are often pilfered to make up defective sets of the first edition.

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        A Journey to Alaska in the Year 1868: Being a Diary of the Late Emil Teichmann

      Kensington: Cayme Press, 1925. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall Very Good. Copy 91 of only 100 copies printed. 272 pp, 20 X16 cm, with frontis portrait, 2 maps, and many sketches by the author. Original cloth binding with leather spine label; top edge gilt. Fore edge of boards rubbed, mild foxing to both front and rear endpapers. Binding tight, contents clean. Teichmann was sent to Alaska in 1868 (just after it became an American territory) to protect the interests of his employers, J.M. Oppenheim and Company, who had negotiated a lucrative contract for Alaskan furs with the Russian American Fur Company. He was situated in Sitka, and much of the diary provides a lively and detailed account of the area and the commercial and recreational activities and cultural interactions of the region's potent multinational mix of prospectors, traders, settlers, speculators, and native peoples. There is also much detail on the journey up the coast from San Francisco and through the Inside Passage, with accounts of the settlements visited along the way. Tourville 4477; Graff 4096; Howes T88; Smith (Pacific Northwest Americana) 10161.

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        THE MUMMY. A Handbook of Egyptian Funerary Archaeology

      Cambridge England:: Cambridge University,, 1925. Very Good++. INSCRIBED "TO____ FROM THE WRITER, MANY HAPPY RETURNS OF THE DAY" & DATED IN E.A. WALLIS BUDGE'S HANDWRITING. A Very Good++ hardback Second Edition revised and greatly enlarged from the 1893 edition. Folding frontispiece is a reproduction of the Rosetta Stone. Spine mildly sunned, mild edge soil. 8vo. xxiv, 513 pps.

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        IL FUTURISMO. Rivista sintetica illustrata. Direttore F.T. Marinetti.

      Cm. 29,3 x 23 - pp. 4 con ill. in b.n. Offriamo il n. 11 dell?11 febbraio 1925 con il resoconto del ?Primo Congresso Futurista?, tenutosi il 23 novembre 1924 a Milano. Vi è anche riprodotta la bandiera futurista di mq. 350, issata all?altezza dell?Ottagono della Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Cfr. Salaris ?Storia del futurismo?, pp. 138-139. Buon esemplare.

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        Gesammelte Werke 23 Volumes of 23 Complete Set 23 Bande German language

      Germany: Muarion Verlag Munchen, 1925. Dates between 1920-1929. Black leather spines with gilt titles and borders over blue papered boards, leather corners, gilt upper page edges. Some rubbing to covers, small surface chips to boards and spines, age spotting to edges and endpapers, fading to spines. Volume 1 has a 1cm chip to leather at spine head, volume 7 has significant surface loss to spine, volume 9 has heavy rubbing to spine joints, vol 18 has a corner crease to pages up to p 14, vol 21 has a 15mm by 7cm surface chip to paper at top back cover corner, vol 22 has a puncture hole to front cover which leads to a 1mm hole in margins of first 25 pages. Bindings tight. Price includes economy airmail postage worldwide. Unpacked weight 28kg.. Half-Leather. Good+. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG, WINNIE THE POOH, NOW WE ARE SIX, and THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. PUBLISHER'S DELUXE BINDINGS

      London: Methuen & Co., 1925 Milne, A. A. WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG, WINNIE THE POOH, NOW WE ARE SIX, and THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. PUBLISHER'S DELUXE BINDINGS. London: Methuen and Co. Ltd., 1925, 26, 27, 28., 1925. An exceptional set of the three original Deluxe First Editions very finely bound in the publisher's deluxe limp blue calf, elaborately decorated in gilt. Pictorial endpapers throughout, all edges gilt with the original clean acetate wrappers - all in fine fresh condition. Illustrated by E. H. Shepard. With, a 1929 printing illustrated by E. H. Shepard of the first book which was never published in the limp calf format as a first edition but later as a 7th. This copy in near fine condition in tan calf, all edges gilt [neat name on front endpaper.]. First editions, first impressions, in the limp calf bindings, with the exception, as always, of When We Were Very Young. A wonderful set. Children's Modern Firsts [p206], Shorter Cambridge English Lit. [1387-1389]. 'Winnie the Pooh' listed in Modern Library's Top 100 Novels [1998]. Book Collector No.271, 'The Great Illustrators'. $5500 . First Edition. Illus. by E.H. Shepard.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        [The Pooh books:] When We Were Very Young; Winnie-the-Pooh; Now We Are Six; The House at Pooh Corner

      London, Methuen & Co.,, 1925. 4 volumes, octavo. Original full limp calf (blue, red, red and dark pink respectively), titles to spine gilt, illustrations to spines and upper boards gilt, original pictorial endpapers, all edges gilt. Housed in a dark blue cloth slipcase with ribbon. With black and white illustrations by E. H. Shepard. Slight browning to endpapers and a previous owner's inscription to verso of the front free endpaper in When We Were Very Young, spines a little faded, an excellent set. First editions, first impressions, in the limp calf bindings, with the exception, as always, of When We Were Very Young, the first impression of which was not issued in this format; that title is a tenth impression, the second of the two deluxe issues of this title.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG, WINNIE THE POOH, NOW WE ARE SIX, and THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. PUBLISHER'S DELUXE BINDINGS

      London: Methuen & Co., 1925 Milne, A. A. WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG, WINNIE THE POOH, NOW WE ARE SIX, and THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. PUBLISHER'S DELUXE BINDINGS. London: Methuen and Co. Ltd., 1925, 26, 27, 28., 1925. An exceptional set of the three original Deluxe First Editions very finely bound in the publisher's deluxe limp blue calf, elaborately decorated in gilt. Pictorial endpapers throughout, all edges gilt with the original clean acetate wrappers - all in fine fresh condition. Illustrated by E. H. Shepard. With, a 1929 printing illustrated by E. H. Shepard of the first book which was never published in the limp calf format as a first edition but later as a 7th. This copy in near fine condition in tan calf, all edges gilt [neat name on front endpaper.]. First editions, first impressions, in the limp calf bindings, with the exception, as always, of When We Were Very Young. A wonderful set. Children's Modern Firsts [p206], Shorter Cambridge English Lit. [1387-1389]. 'Winnie the Pooh' listed in Modern Library's Top 100 Novels [1998]. Book Collector No.271, 'The Great Illustrators'. $5500 . First Edition. Illus. by E.H. Shepard.

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        When We Were Very Young; Winnie the Pooh; Now We Are Six, and The House at Pooh Corner. PUBLISHER'S DELUXE BINDINGS

      London: Methuen and Co. Ltd., 1925, 26, 27, 28., 1925. DELUXE EDITIONS. First title being a 1925 printing (never available as a first in this binding), the remainder ALL FIRST EDITIONS. 4 volumes. Illustrated by E. H. Shepard. Finely bound in the publisher's de luxe limp leather, elaborately decorated in gilt. Pictorial endpapers throughout, all edges gilt. No inscriptions whatsoever. One or two trivial nicks else a clean, fresh set in this popular format, now protected in a cloth slip-case with ribbon pull. Children's Modern Firsts [p206], Shorter Cambridge English Lit. [1387-1389]. 'Winnie the Pooh' listed in Modern Library's Top 100 Novels [1998]. Book Collector No.271, 'The Great Illustrators'.

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        [Miniature] The Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

      (Westminster: Sangorski & Sutcliffe, 1925). (30)ff. Beautiful calligraphic manuscript on vellum. Written in a very fine hand with illuminated initials in color and gold ornamentation. The primary colors used throughout the text are red, blue, and gold. Sumptuously bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in red morocco with green onlays and elaborate gilt decoration on the covers and spine. The title is stamped in gilt and wraps around the cover as a border. On the back cover, in the same fashion, is a quote from the text: "Love your trade, however humble, & find in it refreshment." This sentiment is reflected in the time and care that have been taken in the creation of this miniature masterpiece. Endpapers are blue silk, and the book closes with two clasps. Housed in a red morocco box decorated with gilt borders. Blue velvet lining of the box shows some minor discoloration, and the box is rubbed on the edges of the spine and fore-edge. The manuscript is in extremely fine condition. An exquisite early 20th-century example of text, illumination, and fine binding. A.e.g. (1 1/2 by 1 3/16; 35x30mm).

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        Augustan Book Of Modern Poetry Presentation binding inscribed & signed as Xmas gift by Robert Graves

      London: Ernest Benn , 1925. First printing. Leather Bound Presentation. Rare contemporary fine leather binding of a unique collection of the Augustan series poets, as published by Ernest Benn. Pages uniform, edges neatly cut & neatly decorated in gilt all round. Green leather hard covers decorated to fore with gilt emblems of Celtic art nouvea style. Presumed to have been specially bound by Graves for presentation in Christmas 1925, as his inscription is dated then. The recipient is not named, but he says "Love from", so presumed to be either his parents or one of his current "muses", his wife Nancy, or new mistress Laura Riding. His ink inscription reads: "With best picnic wishes from Robert Graves", so the latter is more likely, and he had just met Riding that year, and picnics were his poetic playgrounds. The signature is bold and clear (see photo). Only a few months after this book was presented, early in 1926, Laura Riding moved in with Robert and Nancy Graves at their home in London. However, the bitter love triangle soon resulted in Robert and Laura leaving for Majorca in 1927, where they formed a soon-to-be famous new literary partnership. This book opens with 23 of Graves' poems, including the earliest form of "A Crusader", the poem later known as "The Return". The next section contains 12 of Edith Sitwell's poems (who had recently become a good friend of Robert Graves), ending with a Note on "The Little Ghost Who Died For Love". Humbert Wolfe's humorous collection of 34 poems follows. Frederick William Harvey's section contains 31 of his poems, including the classic "Ducks". The next section contains 21 of WJ Turner's poems. Then there are 21 poems of Edmund Blunden, two of which were only previously seen in The London Mercury newspaper. Hilaire Belloc's section has 19 poems. GK Chesterton then has 15 poems. Then follows the title page for Walter de la Mare's collection of 29 poems, stating Ernest Benn as the publisher of THE AUGUSTAN BOOKS OF MODERN POETRY. This collection of 9 prestigious poets in the series, the sheets of Ernest Benn's publications having been gathered, cut, gilt-coated and professionally bound into this rare, probably unique leather volume. This book was probably never issued for public purchase as Robert Graves, the opening poet, signed and presented it himself. His "love" for the recipient must havemade this a rather special Christmas gift in 1925. As for the condition: the interior is fine and almost as new; the exterior shows wear at the spine (gilt titles still readable), with some slight cracking starting at one folding edge. Some green on leather has sun-faded to brown. Binding still tight. No pages turned. No other ink markings. THIS VALUABLE BOOK WILL BE SENT BY SECURE POSTAGE, FULLY INSURED AS PAID FOR BY THE CUSTOMER. POA DEPENDING ON LOCATION.

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        Where the Blue Begins

      London, William Heinemann / New York, Doubleday, Page & Co.,, [1925]. With Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Quarto. Finely bound by Bayntun-Riviere in full blue morocco, gilt lettered and ruled spine, gilt rule to boards, gilt blocked black morocco onlay to top of front board. 20 illustrations (4 in colour). Signed by Rackham. A beautifully bound copy in fine condition. Signed Limited Edition. One of 175 copies. Signed by Rackham.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Knave of Hearts

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. First Edition. Hard Cover. First Printing. Light wear to covers, bumping to corners. Paper illustrtation on cover very crisp. Beautifully illustrated endpapers are clean and crisp. All illustrations clean and tight, absolutely stunning copy without the original box. Photographs gladly provided. The pinnacle of Parrish's illustrated books. Comes in custom clamshell box. Very Good.

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        THE KNAVE OF HEARTS. WITH PICTURES BY MAXFIELD PARRISH

      NY: Charles Scribner's Sons. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1925. First Edition. Hardcover. Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Collates complete [6], 46, [1], [3, blank] pages. Color frontispiece (included in pagination) , with tissue guard, and color illustrations (fifteen full-pageincluding frontis and tp). Original black cloth with color pictorial label on front cover. Color pictorial endpapers. Signed neatly by Anne Marie O'Connor 1929 on "This is the Book of-" page. If you hold the book's leaves at an angle to the light you can just see a few spots where the slick coating has slightly dulled. Minor crease at the tip of the front end paper and short tape repair. Very light foxing to blank eps and a few leaves with light aging to edges. All in all it is about as close to perfect as you can get. A truly outstanding example. Large quarto (13.9125 x 11.4375 inches). "Not until 1920 did [Parrish] agree to illustrate what was to become one of the most valuable children's books ever published, Louise Saunders's Knave of Hearts. Saunders was the wife of Maxwell Perkins, the editor of Scribner's. They summered in Cornish, New Hampshire, and were friends with the Parrishes. In a letter to J. H. Chapin of Scribner's, Parrish wrote on October 24, 1920: 'The reason I wanted to illustrate the Knave of Hearts was on account of the bully opportunity it gives for a very good time making the pictures. Imagination could run riot, not bound down by the period, just good fun and all sorts of things. You must understand all this layout to be in gorgeous color. The landscapes back of the figures in the cover lining-a very beautiful affair illuminated by a golden late afternoon sun: castles, waterfall, rocks and mountains.' Parris relished working three years on the twenty-six paintings for the Knave of Hearts. He built an elaborate castle model in his fully equipped workroom to use in the illustrations for the book...Many of the fixtures in the illustrations show handcrafted items from the Parrish household, such as elaborate hinges and a wonderful clocklike affair...that Parrish had built to let him know when the main house ran out of well water...Knave of Hearts, published in October 1925, was printed in rich colors on heavy coated paper. The illustrations were the highest quality reproductions that could be printed" (Alma Gilbert, Maxfield Parrish: The Masterworks, pp. 49-52). Ludwig, p. 206." .

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        The Knave of Hearts by Louise Sanders

      NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. black cloth, pictorial paper front cover in colors. Near fine./No Dust Jacket. Parrish, Maxfield. 47 pages. Folio, 35 x 29 cm. Susan Meyer, AMERICA'S GREAT ILLUSTRATORS p.120, notes, "Only a mind rich in fantasy could have produced the unforgettable creatures populating his many children's books: The Reluctant Dragon in "Dream Days," Humpty Dumpty in "Mother Goose in Prose," Prince Agib and Sinbad in "The Arabian Nights," Pompdebile in "The Knave of Hearts."......His characterizations, combined with his strong sense of design, made him the most popular advertising and cover design artist of his time." Clean, copy of a children's classic; interior bright and clean, nicks to backstrip extremities and corners.

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        The Knave of Hearts

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1925. Quarto. Original black cloth, colour illustration pasted to upper board, pictorial endpapers. Colour frontispiece, pictorial title page, and colour illustrations throughout by Maxfield Parrish. Ownership inscription in "this is the book of" space. Boards lightly rubbed with a few scratches, spine cracked between front free endpaper and half-title, margins of contents lightly toned. A very good copy. First edition, first printing.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE KNAVE OF HEARTS

      Racine, WI: Artists and Writers Guild, (1925). Top two inches of upper cover separated from the spiral, all else VG. Spiral bound edition Unpaged. Folio. Illustrated by Maxfield Parrish with 15 full-page color plates and 8 half-page. Folio. The spiral edition in stiff wrappers with the same illustrations as the Scribner's edition - but for the cover lining.

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        The Knave of Hearts. With pictures by Maxfield Parrish

      ScribnersNew York: Scribners, 1925 First edition of the book that is generally considered the most outstanding example of the art of Parrish's book illustration. Parrish's biographer, Coy Ludwig states: " the illustrations, printed in rich colors...were the highest quality reproductions that could be had." (Ludwig, p. 48). . Original black with pictorial onlay on front board. . Large quarto. Full and partial-page color illustrations throughout, pictorial endpapers (twenty-six illustrations in all). Light shelfwear, light foxing to first and last few leaves. A very good, bright copy

      [Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I]
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        The Knave of Hearts

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1925 New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. (PARRISH, MAXFIELD) First Edition. Folio. Pictures by Maxfield Parrish. Original black cloth, pictorial paper onlay to upper board. Faint rubbing at head of spine, two minor scuffs to paper onlay, else a fine, brighter than usual copy. In custom half morocco slipcase with chemise. Ludwig, Maxfield Parrish p. 48 . A lavishly illustrated work, characteristic of Parrish's style. Parrish executed the twenty-six paintings for The Knave of Hearts "within three years, and the book, a sumptuous production, was published on October 2, 1925. The large format . . . that Parrish had originally suggested was used, and the illustrations, printed in rich colors on heavy, coated paper, were the highest-quality reproductions that could be had" (Ludwig)

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        AUFZEICHNUNGEN EINES HERRN IM SANATORIUM. FRAGMENT AUS EINEM NICHT AUSGEFUHRTEN ROMAN

      Wein: Phaidon Verlag, 1925 A very uncommon Hesse title. First edition in German. NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION of 100 COPIES ONLY. Hesse wrote this sanatarium study in Gaiehofen, in 1910. Published by Phaidon in this miniscule edition. A near fine or better example. 8vo., 18pp. Neat repair to a small closed tear on the ffe. Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) German poet and novelist, who depicted the duality of spirit and nature, body versus mind and the individual's spiritual search outside the restrictions of society. Hesse was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946. Several of Hesse's novels depict the protagonists struggle for enlightenment. A spiritual guide assists the hero in his quest and shows the way beyond everyday world.. 1st Edition.

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        W.B. Yeats SIGNED Early Poems and Stories Limited Edition

      Macmillan, 1925. Limited. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good. Signed by Yeats on the limitation page! Number 51 of only 250 made. This copy has been professionally recased to match the original boards and quarter bound green cloth. PO bookplate on front end page. Very good condition. Published by Macmillan, 1925

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        EARLY POEMS AND STORIES. Signed

      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 Bounty of Sweden: a Meditation, and a Lecture Delivered before the Royal Swedish Academy and Certain Notes by William Butler Yeats.

      Dublin; The Cuala Press, 1925. (2), 53, (2, 1 blank) pp. Original linenbacked grey boards with paper-label on spine printed in black, and with title also on the front board. Publisher's device, first chapter heading and the colophon printed in red. Minor corner loss at the spine-label. Some pages with light creasing. A glimpse of tissue in the gutter before p. 1. Small stain in lower margin of. pp. 11 and 12. Contents otherwise bright and clean. A fine copy. The edition was limited to 400 copies. Contains a preface; 'The Bounty of Sweden' (prev. published in 'The Dial' and in 'The London Mercury' (Sept. 1924); his Nobel lecture: 'The Irish Dramatic Movement' (first published in 'Le Prix Nobel en 1923' (1924)), and six 'Notes', two of them not previously published. 'The Bounty' is a kind of travel journal from the author's stay in Sweden 1923. Wade 146

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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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        Faust

      London: George G. Harrap, 1925. One quarter vellum gilt over gray paper boards. 1000 copies for UK and 1000 copies for USA only, this being the UK edition. Number 346 signed by Harry Clarke. 21 full page illustrations (8 in colour). Decorated endpapers. The vellum is still white, in exquisite condition. Wear at the corners of the boards o/w fine. . Signed By the Artist. 1st of This Edition. Quarter Vellum. About Fine.. Illus. by Harry Clarke. Quarto.

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        FAUST. By Goethe

      New York: Dingwall Rock Ltd., [1925].. Quarto. Quarter gilt vellum and paper over boards, t.e.g., others untrimmed. Color frontis, head and tailpieces, plates (some color, some monochrome), pictorial endsheets. Foretips modestly bruised, paper on rear board lifting slightly along a bit of the joint with the vellum, otherwise a very good copy, without slipcase or dust jacket. First edition, U.S. issue, of this illustrated edition, being one of 1000 numbered copies for the U.S., signed by Harry Clarke, from a total edition of two thousand copies. The text is the translation by John Auster. One of the highlights of Clarke's career as a book illustrator.

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        Faust. From the German by John Auster. Illustrated by Harry Clarke

      London: George Harrap and Company Ltd., 1925., 1925. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED to 1000 copies of which this No167 and SIGNED by H. Clarke. 4to. Superbly clean publisher's quarter vellum with gilt titles to spine, grey boards, pictorial end papers, top edge gilt others untrimmed. With 21 full page illustrations in colour and black and white, and numerous in-text black and white drawings. Corners bumped and lightly rubbed. A superb bright copy held in a protective cloth slipcase. Book Collector No.271, 'The Great Illustrators'.

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        The Great Gatsby

      New York: Charles Scribners. 1925.. First edition, first printing with “chatter” on p. 60, line 16, “northern” on p. 119, line 22, “it’s” on p. 165, line 16, “away” on p. 165, line 29, “sick in tired” on p. 205, lines 9-10, and “Union Street station” on p. 211, lines 7-8. Octavo, original dark green cloth. A very fine copy in a very good first issue dust jacket, with lowercase “j” in “jay Gatsby” on the back panel, hand-corrected in ink. The dust jacket has had some restoration to the folds, tape removed and some tears repaired that include expert recoloring to portions to the upper and lower spine. An excellent copy, extremely rare in the original dust jacket.

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        Pola Negri [Cyrillic]

      Moscow, Library of Popular Film,, 1925. Small octavo. Single quire wire stitched into pictorial pink wrappers printed in black. Housed in a black quarter morocco solander box made by The Chelsea Bindery. Stock browning as always, very short split at the fold, numeral to inside of lower wrapper. An outstanding copy of a tissue thin gossamer of a book. First edition, first printing. The author's first book and a rare one. This biography of the leading silent screen actresses of her day was written at the age of 20. It was the only book to be published in Russia before Rand emigrated. Her second work also devoted to the cinema was released without authority after she had fled for America. Only two or three copies have appeared at auction in 30 years.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Prisoners of War. A Play in Three Acts

      London: Chatto and Windus,, 1925. Octavo. Original orange cloth, printed paper label to spine. With the supplied dust jacket. Some minor spotting to fore edge, terminal leaves lightly browned, spine faded title label tanned and rubbed but a very nice copy in the dust jacket with a couple of tears and a small chip to the lower panel. First edition, first impression, hardback issue. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "For my dear George 'Conrad', with my admiration & gratitude. Joe. Aug. 20 1925". George Hayes (1888-1967), then a noted young Shakespearean actor, took the leading part of Ackerley's alter ego, Captain Conrad, in the first production on 5 July 1925, a Sunday night performance at the Royal Court Theatre under the aegis of Phyllis Whitworth's Three Hundred Club. Others in the cast included the actors Raymond Massey and Carleton Hobbs, and the designer James Whale, future director of The Bride of Frankenstein, while the audience included Hugh Walpole, T. E. Lawrence, John Lehmann and Siegfried Sassoon. Presenting the play under club conditions was a well-established way of evading the need for the Lord Chamberlain's licence, and necessary for Ackerley's daring work, the first twentieth-century play produced upon the London or Broadway stage to deal with homosexual desire.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Auguste BROUET. Jesus-la-Caille

      Paris: Editions de l'Estampe, 1925. From a total edition of 272 copies, this example is from the tête edition of 50 copies on Madagascar hand-made paper with 30 original etchings, 10 of them full-page, by Auguste Brouet. 11 x 8.5 inches, 225 pages, text in French. Bound in an outstanding Art Deco binding by Soudée, signed by the master binder. Full dark-blue morocco with a geometric mosaic of silver, burgundy, brown and beige leather onlays on both covers, plain spine with a burgundy onlay stamped in black. The original wrappers preserved and bound-in, top edge gilt; double endleaves of silk and hand-painted heavy stock; housed in quarter morocco chemise with gilt on spine; matching slipcase. A very handsome illustrated book in a unique spectacular Art Deco binding. Reference: Monod 2247.

      [Bookseller: Gemini Fine Books & Arts, Ltd.]
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        Mrs. Dalloway

      London: The Hogarth Press, 1925. First edition, first printing. Publisher's deep rust cloth, gilt to spine, yellow topstain. One of 2,000 copies. A near fine copy, with two light scuffs to spine (barely noticeable), the faintest wear to extremities and light offsetting to endpapers. A beautifully clean and tight copy of one of Woolf's most famous novels. Kirkpatrick A9a, Woolmer 82.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Der Prozess (The Trial)

      Berlin, Verlag Die Schmiede. 1925, 1925. First Edition in German. 8vo. Fine in publisher's dark green cloth, very minor edgewear. In a fabulously fragile black, white and blue dust-wrapper with very minor edgewear and chipping and a 1.5cm triangle of loss to the base of the spine just below three small holes. The front and rear panels are robust and bright but the spine panel is toned and dry. Two items of publisher's promotional material are loosely inserted. Internally bright and fresh. A major highspot, particularly scarce in a wrapper. This particular novel can be seen on a myriad of different levels, superficially as a cautionary tale of beaurocracy run amok, but also as a sensitive investigation into the manner in which individuals have to fight to retain (or even attain) their own sense of identity and destiny in the midst of a universe which is, largely (well, pretty much completely if you happen to be a bookdealer), absurd and insane. A fabulously good copy of a very important work from an author now widely considered to by one of the most original and influential fiction writers of the twentieth century.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        ALMANACCO LETTERARIO BOMPIANI

      Milano,: Mondadori/Unitas/Bompiani,, 1925-1999.. In-8 p. e in-8 gr., bross. e cartonato edit. Di questa rivista annuale illustrata offriamo "tutto il pubblicato" cosi&#146; composto:<br>& 40 volumi che comprendono il periodo che va dal 1925 al 1980, oltre al volume su Pirandello, curato da Leonardo Sciascia del 1987, e a quello su Sciascia, curato da Matteo Collura e pubblicato nel 1999.<br> & L&#146;Almanacco Letterario Bompiani - il più importante del Novecento - temporalmente può suddividersi in due gruppi: il primo dal 1925 al 1942; il secondo (dopo una sosta di 16 anni dovuta alla guerra e ai suoi postumi) dal 1959 al 1980. & Dal punto di vista del formato, dal 1925 al 1933 sono nove i volumi in-8 p.; dal 1934 in poi sono trentadue i volumi in-8 gr.<br>& La caratteristica dell&#146;Almanacco Letterario Bompiani è di non essere solo letterario, ma di dare anche grande importanza alla grafica, alle illustrazioni e alla pubblicità.<br>& In altre parole, dare un rilievo all&#146;elemento &#147;visuale&#148;, in modo assolutamente unico. A riprova possiamo citare la partecipazione di artisti come Angoletta, Zavattini, Munari, Carboni e decine di altri autori del settore.& La raccolta inoltre costituisce un continuo specchio della cultura di epoche diverse: da quella fascista, a quella del dopoguerra, a quella degli ultimi anni del &#145;900.& Due volumi con dorsi restaurati, due con dorso rifatto, altrimenti esemplare ben conservato (good copy).

      [Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni]
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        THE GREAT GATSBY. Custom Clamshell Case

      New York, [1925, Book Date]: Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons, 1925 Elegant Custom Leather Fitted Modern Collector&#39;s Clamshell Bookcase [Not A Book] HAND-CRAFTED by our conservation team, the case is elaborately gilt decorated at the spine & features a sculpted upper cover, after the famous dustwrapper&#39;s wispy illustrated portrait of Daisy. A unique & beautiful Hand-Made custom leather case for an important Book. TBCL Web Site photo/link available for over 100 generally in-stock titles. Custom Craft available. Book definitely NOT included.. 1st Edition. No Binding. Clamshell As New/No Jacket. First Edition Clamshell Case.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        The Great Gatsby

      New York: Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons,, 1925. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt and to upper board in blind. Spine a little rolled with gilt somewhat rubbed, corners nicked, upper hinge weak but holding. Withal a good copy. First edition, first printing, first state with "chatter" p.60:16, "northern" p.119:22, "sick in tired" p.205:9-10, and "Union Street station" p. 211:7-8.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Lot of 15 Albums and Programs from Folies-Bergere and the Paris Music Hall scene, including: La Revue des Folies Bergers, Premier - Septieme Albums; La Revue d&#39;Amour; Premier Album de Souvenirs des Music Halls de Paris; Casino de Paris; Paris-Beautes; Bal du Moulin Rouge; Montmartre; etc

      Paris: Editions Artistiques de Paris. ca. 1925-1935. Paperback. Very Good. Softcover quartos, each printed in color with truly incredible photographs and illustrations from the beginning of the Paul Derval era, which featured his infamous "small nude women" in elaborate costuming. Several of the volumes prominently feature Josephine Baker, whose banana skirt and strip tease routine caused a sensation amidst the Parisian fascination with negritude in the 1920s. Though Baker&#39;s success did not extend to the Unites States, she was the first African American female to star in a major motion picture,&#39; Zouzou&#39;, to integrate an American concert hall, and to become a world-famous entertainer. The programs are all in very good or better condition, several with charming die-cut cover windows, others housed in original glassine. As evidenced by the photographs, these are truly exquisite items from the peak of Paris Music Halls and 20s glamour. Lot includes: La Revue des Folies Bergere- Premier, Second, Troisieme, Quatrieme, Cinquieme, Sixieme, and Septieme Albums (1923-1929); Paris- Beautes au Music-Hall (c. 1926) & Paris Beautes Deuxieme Album (1927); Premier Album de Souvenirs des Music Halls de Paris (c. 1925); Folies Bergeres: La Revue d&#39;Amour (1933); Bal du Moulin Rouge (c. 1920); Tout Paris au Casino de Paris (c. 1928); Montmartre (ca. 1926).

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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