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        THE DEMON. A DETECTIVE STORY

      New York: Chelsea House, [1925]., 1925. First edition. First edition. Near fine, clean, bright copy in dust jacket lightly rubbed along front flap fold and minor wear to the corners. Johnston McCulley (1883-1958) was a prolific author who wrote both Westerns and crime thrillers. McCulley created one of the most popular fictional characters of all time -- Zorro, the fox. Zorro first appeared in the serial THE CURSE OF CAPISTRANO published in the pulp magazine ALL STORY WEEKLY in 1919. The character received a very popular reception and therefore was made into the movie THE MARK OF ZORRO (1920) brought to life by Douglas Fairbanks. As the popularity of the character grew, McCulley published the original story in book form in 1924, using the title of the Fairbanks film. The underworld became aware and frightened by a sinister criminal that came on the crime scene and was known as THE DEMON. Then a big-time crook murdered his arch enemy and put tried to put the blame on this new criminal known as THE DEMON.

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        The Man Who Was London

      W. Collins Sons & Co., London 1925 - - anonomous first book, a Bibliomystery detective novel, that starts out with a murder in a country house library and missing documents worth millions the author is best known for her 80 plus novels under the name - Anthony Gilbert and the 20 + novels as Anne Meredith ( + dozens of short stories ) but her most enduring character as Gilbert was Arthur G. Crook, the Lawyer / Detective - her real name was Lucy Beatrice Malleson - the Author's Rare First Book - dark blue cloth, printed in bright red, lightly rubbed at the tips, minor tide line stain at the top and fore edge of the text block, very light. o/w a tight, bright, square copy, looking near fine - photos available on request. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE DEMON. A DETECTIVE STORY

      Chelsea House, [1925]., New York - First edition. Near fine, clean, bright copy in dust jacket lightly rubbed along front flap fold and minor wear to the corners. Johnston McCulley (1883-1958) was a prolific author who wrote both Westerns and crime thrillers. McCulley created one of the most popular fictional characters of all time -- Zorro, the fox. Zorro first appeared in the serial THE CURSE OF CAPISTRANO published in the pulp magazine ALL STORY WEEKLY in 1919. The character received a very popular reception and therefore was made into the movie THE MARK OF ZORRO (1920) brought to life by Douglas Fairbanks. As the popularity of the character grew, McCulley published the original story in book form in 1924, using the title of the Fairbanks film. The underworld became aware and frightened by a sinister criminal that came on the crime scene and was known as THE DEMON. Then a big-time crook murdered his arch enemy and put tried to put the blame on this new criminal known as THE DEMON. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sonnets & Verses.

      Waltham St Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1925. 8 wood engravings plus cockerel device printed in gold by Eric Gill. No.288 of 450 copies. 8vo., original linen backed blue boards, printed paper label on spine. Few small marks and scratches to boards, small near contemporary ownership inscription on free endpaper but generally a very good, bright copy. Enid Clay was Eric Gill's sister. He collaborated on two books with her, both printed by the Golden Cockerel Press. In fact, this 1925 book of Sonnets brought about Gill's entry into the circle of the Press and his great collaboration with Gibbings. John Wilson of Bumpus had asked Gibbings to print a selection of poems by Enid Clay in 1924 and she then brought in her brother to illustrate them.

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        Wood Engraving.

      Ditchling: St. Dominic's Press, 1925. Inscribed by Gill. With an introduction and appendix by Eric Gill. 10 wood engravings and 2 diagrams by Eric Gill. 28 engraved designs and figures to illustrate the art of wood engraving plus sample wood engravings including <em>Madonna and Child</em> by Desmond Chute, <em>Downs</em> by David Jones, and <em>Spoil Bank Crucifix</em> by Eric Gill. Second edition. 8vo., orignal quarter linen, black paper covered boards, silver lettering on upper cover. A very good copy with very slight marking to the black paper. A classic, beautifully illustrated guide to wood engraving, this copy being inscribed by Eric Gill "To Phil 19/11/27" which may well have been for Philip Hagreen. Hagreen was a close associate of Gill's being with him at Ditchling and at Capel Y Ffin. With a 12 pp. catalogue of wood block suppliers T. N. Lawrence inserted loose.

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        Russet and Taffeta

      London, Hogarth Press 1925 - First edition. Brown and black marbled paper wrappers - one of about 300 copies printed. Some foxing, else a very good copy. Woolmer 75. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Gateways of Salisbury Cathedral Close. With Five Colour Prints By The Author.

      Folio (434 x 310 mm). Original portfolio bound in quarter linen over grey paper-covered boards, printed paper label to the centre of the front board; [8]pp., descriptive letterpress printed in black and blue letter, 5 colour tinted woodcut plates, each signed in pencil in the lower margin by the artist, each mounted to stiff grey card; neat ink stamp of the V&A library to the lower margin of the front cover of the portfolio, and to the verso of the title-page, its ink de-accession stamp to the verso of the same, neat ink library stamp to the verso of the card mounts, the portfolio rather dustmarked, the letterpress and the plates bright and clean. 1. St. Anne's Gateway From The East. 2. St. Anne's Gateway From The West. 3. The Close Gateway From The South. 4. Harham Gateway From The East. 5. Exeter Gateway From The East.

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        Chersonèse d'Or - Indochine [ Edition originale ]

      Société des Papeteries de l'Indochine 1925 - Un des 200 exemplaires numérotés et signés par l'auteur, sur papier de pur bambou spécialement fabriqué par la Société des Papeteries d'Indochine à Dap-Cau (exemplaire n°3) 1 vol. in-folio en feuillet sous chemise cartonnée à lacets, Société des Papeteries de l'Indochine, Hanoï, 1925, 4 ff.n.ch., 43 ff., 1 f. n. ch. Exemplaire du tirage de tête des 30 exemplaires dont la justification annonçait la présence d'une suite des 17 bois, qui manque ici (comme souvent, apparemment). Bon état (chemise frottée) pour ce très bel ouvrage illustré de superbes bois gravés. L'auteur emprunte son titre à Ptolémée qui dénomme ainsi dans sa géographie Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Artist's Affaire: The Amorous Confessions of a Model whose Shape was her Meal Ticket. A True Story

      London: Erotic Pub. Co., [circa 1925]. London: Erotic Pub. Co.. [circa 1925]. Edition unknown. Multi-lith printed wrappers, bound in early and perhaps contemporary, half orange, half blue cloth. 93pp., illustrated with both vignettes and full page plates. Lacks pp. 29-30 (probably a single sided illustration as no text is obviously lacking). Short tear on one page, chip on rear wrap affecting no printing, well-thumbed but very good. From a noted erotica collection. OCLC locates no copies; a 1994 reprint exists. .

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        Moby Dick or The White Whale

      New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1925. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. The copyright date is 1925, the associated Warner Bros.-Vitaphone movie is from 1930 and 1934 is generally accepted as the publication date. The book is clean, tight, square with sharp corners in avery good dust jacket in mylar. It is lightly rubbed said rubbing is difficult to notice except at the ends of the spine. There is some minimal fading at some edges. The original dust jacket has some light soil at the white spine, some edge wear pretty well disguised by the mylar and a small chip at the top of the spine. It is illustrated with scenes from the black & white, talking film which starred John Barrymore & Joan Bennett. It has pictorial end papers (more scenes from the film) and 511, bright, clear pages plus ads. The boards are covered in green cloth with black titles on the spine and front.

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        Die Gross-Schmetterlinge der Erde 13: Die Afrikanischen Tagfalter

      Stuttgart: Alfred Kernen, 1925. 2 vols: vii, [ii], 613, 80 fine colour plates. Hardback. Half morocco. Vg copy: top corner cut from title page; a few pages slightly affected by adhesion to facing page (minor surface damage to two figures on one plate; small perforation to another - not affecting figures). Text German. African Butterflies

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        PROFESSOR

      New York: Harcourt Brace, 1925. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. First Edition, first printing with Harbrace colophon to title page states published march 1925 to copyright page as called for. Original blue-grey cloth with titling in black. P. 312. The Fugitive Group of poets developed at Vanderbilt in Nashville. Stanley Phillips Johnson(1892 - 1946) was an original Fugitive, publishing 3 poems in the first issue and contributing to most of the early numbers.(this famous Fugitive literary group also included, Robert Penn Warren, John Ransome Crowe, Allen Tate and Donald Davidson). With the publication of this novel forthcoming (which mocks English departments, poetic groups, etc.) Johnson left Vanderbilt for New York. Neat former owner name and attractive vintage bookplate noted. Book else tight and clean. The jacket by Morgan Dennis is unclipped and is graphicly complete though fragile and edgeworn. Original $2 price intact. Some light scuffing and paper loss to tips and corners with a triangular chip to the bottom edge just nicking the "J" of Johnson. Seldom seen or offerred. Quality scans or further info available.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1925 - 1925 Original Hardback Wisden, .

      1925. This lot is an 1925 Original Hardback Wisden. In Very Good Condition. This book is very nice, it has had no restoration, the front board is very good, tiny mark but with shiny, original gilt, nice spine cloth with some fading to the lettering. Some dusty ness to the spine cloth. Inside the the hinges are wonderful and the pastedowns very yellow, odd mark and a small sticker to the first page. The pages are clean and crisp with a lovely photoplate. Mark to back board and the page block is dark to one side.

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        Rencontre au restaurant

      First edition publiée under the half-pseudonym of Jacques Kessel, one of 20 numbered copies on Japon, tirage de tête.A very good copy. A l'enseigne de la porte étroite Paris 1925 11,5x16,5cm broché

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        Negro Myths from the Georgia Coast

      , 1925. 1925. JONES, Charles C., Jr. Negro Myths from the Georgia Coast. Told in the Vernacular. Columbia, South Carolina: The State Company, 1925. Small octavo, original dark purple cloth gilt, original dust jacket. $1500.Later edition of Jones' written record of traditional African trickster stories as told in the Gullah creole, in rare original dust jacket.Raised on three Georgia plantations owned by his wealthy Presbyterian clergyman father, Charles Collock Jones, Jr. spent much time around ""Gullah-speaking people whose folkways and folklore provided Jones with resources for some of his later published materials… Jones is best known for his writings on the history of Georgia and for his studies of Native-American antiquities… [He] was a meticulous scholar whose concern for details often limited the scope of his studies"" (ANB). This volume ""preserved Gullah dialect versions of the African trickster tales more commonly associated with the Uncle Remus tales of Joel Chandler Harris"" (Georgia Encyclopedia). Jones pursued a more ethnological approach than did Harris; his was ""the first attempt to record systematically the dialect used on the Georgia and the South Carolina coast. The glossary of 450 words and expressions… is a valuable addition"" (Georgia Historical Quarterly 27:4, December 1943, 328-29). First published 1888. See Work, 431; Blockson 853. Book about-fine, with light offsetting to endpapers, cloth gilt bright. Rare original dust jacket extremely good, with only light wear. An excellent and attractive copy in near-fine condition.

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        The Fundamental Equations of Quantum Mechanics," Proceedings of the Royal Society, 109, 1925, pp. 642-653

      BOUND FIRST EDITION OF AN EPOCH MAKING PAPER THAT HELPED USHER IN A NEW ERA OF QUANTUM MECHANICS. "P. A. M. Dirac's discovery of the fundamental equations of quantum theory has been seen as one of the deepest insights of the human mind into the ways in which nature works. It has allowed the formulation of the fundamental laws of nature in a manner which is as clear and compact as it is beautiful. [Dirac's paper] leaves the reader, even today, more than seventy-five years after their publication, captivated by the force of argument and the clarity of presentation" (Datta, Dirac's Early Work on Quantum Theory). In "The Fundamental Equations of Quantum Mechanics," "the unsatisfactory recipes of wave mechanics and matrix mechanics were replaced by a unified clear picture. Those who knew and admired the beauty of classical mechanics were especially impressed" (Fraser, Antimatter). Dirac's paper went a long way toward nailing down the formal mathematics of quantum mechanics; it also showed that matrix mechanics and the Schrodinger equation were simply different ways of expressing exactly the same thing. The story of Dirac's paper is a particularly compelling one. "R. H. Fowler, his research supervisor, had received a proof copy of an exploratory paper by Werner Heisenberg in the framework of the old quantum theory of Bohr and Sommerfeld, which leaned heavily on Bohr's correspondence principle but changed the equations so that they involved directly observable quantities. Fowler sent Heisenberg's paper on to Dirac, who was on vacation in Bristol, asking him to look into his paper carefully. Dirac's attention was drawn to a mysterious mathematical relationship, at first sight unintelligible, that Heisenberg had reached. "Several weeks later, back in Cambridge, Dirac suddenly recognized that this mathematical form had the same structure as the Poisson Brackets that occur in the classical dynamics of particle motion. From this thought he quickly developed a quantum theory that was based on non-commuting dynamical variables. This led him to a more profound and significant general formulation of quantum mechanics than was achieved by any other worker in this field. This was a major achievement that marked him out from others in the field. As a young, 25 year-old physicist he was quickly accepted by outstanding physicists... Dirac's quantum mechanics takes a simple and beautiful form, with a structure showing elegance and economy of concept, and linked directly with the classical theory" (Dalitz, Paul Dirac). CONDITION & DETAILS: London: The Royal Society. Complete volume. 4to. 9.75 by 7 inches (213 x 138mm). [4], vii, [653], xxxiv (obituaries), [2]. Small ex-libris stamp on the title page. The volume is illustrated throughout with in-text figures. Handsomely bound in tan cloth; red morocco labels; gilt-lettered at the spine. Minor rubbing at the edges of the boards. Bright and clean inside and out. Very good condition.

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        St.Mawr - This is not the book but a unique Furniture Drawer (Toolbox) made by a D.H.Lawrence enthusiast. The Drawer was made in bookform and has the St.Mawr Emblemata on the cover and the title on the spine. Excellent craftsmanship. Leather covered board.

      Folio. Original Hardcover with leather covered boards. Hard to qualify this exceptional piece as Ephemera, but that is what it is. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Dimensions are 45,5cm (high), 34cm (wide), 13cm (thick). St Mawr is a short novel (or novella) written by D. H. Lawrence. It was first published in 1925. The heroine of the story, Lou Witt, abandons her sterile marriage and a brittle, cynical post-First World War England. Her sense of alienation is associated with her encounter with a high-spirited stallion, the St Mawr whose name provides the title for this tale. She eventually settles in a remote ranch set high in the mountains of New Mexico, near Taos. Lawrence wrote most of this brief novel whilst spending five months of the summer of 1924 at what is now known as the D. H. Lawrence Ranch, a property which he and wife, Frieda, acquired from Mabel Dodge Luhan earlier that year. St Mawr first appeared in St Mawr and Other Stories which, in addition to the novella, consists of two short stories 'The Overtone' and 'The Princess', and two unfinished stories 'The Wilful Woman' and 'The Flying Fish'. All these works were written during Lawrence's stay in America between 1922 and 1925. (Wikipedia)

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        The Old Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Book

      New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1925. Illustrated by Anne Anderson in color and black and white. 143, [1] pp. 4to. Brown illustrated cloth. Fine in brown illustrated dust jacket (edgeworn, with large closed tear on front panel). Illustrated by Anne Anderson in color and black and white. 143, [1] pp. 4to. In Dust Jacket.

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        The Goose Woman and Other Stories

      New York: Harper & Brothers. 1925. First. First edition. Finish of the binding is a bit worn, a near very good copy in a near very good, price-clipped dustwrapper with publisher's printed label affixed to the front panel stating: "'The Michigan Kid' Rex Beach's Best Known Story is included in this volume," with several internally repaired, modest tears at the extremities. "The Michigan Kid" was filmed twice -- in 1928 directed by Irvin Willat, and featuring Renee Adoree, Fred Esmelton, Virginia Grey, and Conrad Nagel in the title role; and again in 1947 directed by Ray Taylor, and featuring Jon Hall in the title role, along with Rita Johnson, Victor McLaglen, and Andy Devine. Additionally, the title story, The Goose Woman was also filmed twice: once in 1925 directed by Clarence Brown with Louise Dresser, Jack Pickford, and Constance Bennett; and again in 1933 as The Past of Mary Holmes with Helen MacKellar, Eric Linden, and Jean Arthur. .

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        Cervantes - 27 Blatt unveröffentlichte Original-Kaltnadelradierungen zu Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra: \"Don Quijote\".

      Wohl Königsberg ca. 1925 Lose Blätter, Verschiedene Formate (Drei Blätter papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, ein Blatt im weißen Rand etwas fleckig, wenige kleine Randeinrisse, insgesamt recht gute und klare Abdrucke. Selten.) Fast komplette Folge, Blattgrößen von kleinoktav bis großquart. Jedes Blatt unter dem Bild links in Bleistift als Vordruck bzw. Probedruck bezeichnet und numeriert sowie rechts signiert. Unter den Radierungen: die beiden großen Portraits von Don Quijote und Sancho Panza; der für die Folge vorgesehe Titel, der den Ritter auf einer Denkmalsäule zeigt; der Kampf gegen die Windmühlenflügel; der lesenden Don Quijote; \"der verzauberte Don Quixote\"; die beiden Bilder von Don Quijote und Sancho Panza; Kampfszenen; u.s.w. Als Beigabe eine wohl vom Künstler verworfene Radierung, die mittig getrennt wurde, insgesamt also 29 Blätter.\"Nachdem es ihm nicht gelungen war, einen Verleger für eine Don-Quixote-Ausgabe mit den Original-Radierungen zu finden, bat Klaus Richter um eine Audienz beim König Alfons XIII. in Madrid, erhielt sie, fuhr im D-Zug ins Land seines verehrten Goya und überreichte dem König seine Radierungen zu dem spanischen Nationalepos. Der König solll sich königlich dafür bedankt haben\" (Otto A. Brasse in Katalog Galerie Taube, Berlin 1980).Klaus Richter (1887-1948), Sohn eines Geheimen Medizinalrates und Vetter des Erik Richter, studierte Philosophie und Sprachen in Mailand und München, wandte sich dann aber der Kunst zu, lernte Anatomie in Paris bei Robert Richter, seinem Onkel, und wurde Schüler Lovis Corinths, bei dem er Magnus Zeller kennenlernte, mit dem er freundschaftlich verbunden blieb. Er betätigte sich ebenfalls als Schriftsteller sowie ein Jahr lang als Schauspieler bei Max Reinhardt. Ab 1919 war er Lehrer an der Kunstgewerbeschule in Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1922 wurde er Professor an der Kunstakademie in Königsberg und hielt Vorlesungen am Theaterwissenschaftlichen Institut der Universität Königsberg, 1927 erhielt er einen Ruf an die Hochschule für Bildende Künste zu Berlin. Zwischen 1937 und 1940 sowie 1946 und 1947 war er Vorsitzender des Vereins Berliner Künstler; 1940 wurde er von Goebbels von diesem Posten abgesetzt, erhielt trotzdem später den Auftrag, Göring zu portraitieren; eine wenig schmeichelhafte Arbeit entstand, die nie abgeliefert wurde. Richter nutze die Gelegenheit und fertigte ebenfalls ein Portrait Hitlers an, von dem zwei Versionen überliefert sind und das den Geisteszustand des Diktator als den eines Wahnsinnigen entlarvt. Richter starb am 3. Januar 1948 in Berlin.Zu seinen Schülern zählen Bodo Arndt, Wolf Hoffman, Fritz Kuttner, Rudi Lesser, Otto Brasse, Alice Forstmann, Inge Frank, Hans Gabriel, Werner Göritz, Georg Handschuk, Bruno Hasse, Else Lankisch, Kurt Wolf und Ernst Zimmermann. Ab 1911 stellte er bei der Berliner Sezession aus, später beim Verein Berliner Künstler.Etchings. Signed by the artist. Very good. - Sennewald ca. 25 (zählt insgesamt 33 Radierungen) - Katalog Galerie Taube Nrr. 58-90 - Thieme/B. XXVIII,297 - Vollmer IV,63. - RFM. Unveröffentlicht. - Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [Originalgraphik Expressionismus Kunst Illustration Cervantes Don Quixote Quichotte Spanien Originalradierungen Radierungen Kaltnadel Probedruck]

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        Pensées. Table des Matieres: Section I: Pensées sur l'Esprit et sur le Style. Section II: Misere de l'Homme sans Dieu. Section III: De la Nécessité du pari. Section IV: Des Moyens de croire. Section V: La Justice et la Raison des Effets. Section VI: Les Philosophes. Setion VII: La Morale et la Doctrine. Section VIII: Les Fondements de la Religion chrétienne. Section IX: La Perpétuite. Section X: Les Figuratifs. Section XI: Les Prophéties. Section XII: Preuves de Jésus-Christ. Section XIII: Les Miracles. Section XIV: Appendice: Fragments polémiques. - Mémorial de Pascal.

      4 (30 x 21 cm), 2 Bl., 363 S., 2 Bl., OKart. u. Rückenschild in Kart-Schuber, Rücken etwas gebräunt, minimal fleckig, innen tadell. Schuber min. angeschmutzt Druck auf Zanders-Bütten. Nr. 211 von 270 Exemplaren. Dem Text liegt die Gesamtausgabe der Werke Pascals zu Grunde, die 1925 in dritter Auflage bei Librairie Hachette, Paris, erschien.

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        Entw&#159;rfe f&#159;r zeittypische Formuhren. 20 Bll. lavierte Kohlezeichnungen. Reinzeichnungen auf Transparentpapier, jeweils Urheberstempel, Adresse Wien VII, Mariahilfstr. 8; auf Originalkartons geheftet. Tls. kolor.

      um 1925/30 - Einige Bll. mit beimont. Fotografien der ausgef&#159;hrten Objekte. Ca. 31:22 cm Fein ausgef&#159;hrte Werkzeichnungen zu Tischuhren im konstruktiven Stil, mit augenf&#138;lliger Beziehung zur zeitgen&#154;ssischen Architektur. Ð ÈF&#159;hrer durch die &#154;sterr. Juwelen-, Edelmetallwaren und UhrenbrancheÇ, Wien 1924, nennt August Biedermann, Uhrmachermeister, Wien III, Landstra§er Haupstr. 39. Ð Beiliegend: Entw&#159;rfe zu Regulatoren. 2 Bll. Bleistiftzeichnungen, um 1910. Ca. 27,5:21 cm

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        May Days: An Anthology of Verse from Masses-Liberator

      New York: Boni & Liveright. 1925. First. First edition. Illustrated by J.J. Lankes. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Verse by Max Eastman, John Reed, E.E. Cummings, Claude McKay, C.E.S. Wood, Louis Ginsberg (father of Allen), Arturo Giovannitti, Louise Bogan, Charles Ashleigh, Elsa Gidlow, Floyd Dell, Ralph Chaplin, Michael Gold, Harry Kemp, Gelett Burgess, and others. A beautiful copy. .

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        Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1926 and Yearbook of American Poetry (Sesqui-Centennial Edition)

      Boston: B.J. Brimmer. 1925. First. First edition. Fine in an overall age-toned, very good dustwrapper with several small chips at the extremities, and old tape repairs at the rear flap folds. Edited by a noted African-American poet, this is an important compendium representing most active American poets of the period. This copy Signed by several poets at each of their contributions including John Hall Wheelock (thrice, with commentary on the poems), Louise Townsend Nicholl (twice, noting that one of her poems was published in this anthology for the first time), Percy MacKaye, Leslie Nelson Jennings, Leonora Speyer (twice), Harold Vinal (four times), and Leonie Adams. Scarce in dustwrapper. .

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        ON THE DIAMOND TRAIL IN BRITISH GUIANA

      London: Methuen & Co., 1925. xi,[1],243pp. plus twenty-three illustrations on sixteen plates, and a map. Half title. Portrait. Vellum, gilt morocco label, a.e.g. A few light fox marks. Near fine. A presentation copy, inscribed by the author on a front fly leaf in the year of publication, "Maurice from Gwen." "Maurice" likely was the English actor Maurice Colborne. A very handsome copy of this interesting narrative of diamond hunting in the wilds of British Guiana. Richardson, an Englishwoman, spent six months in the jungles of the region, living among the Mazaruni Indians of the region, digging for diamonds, and fending off snakes, alligators, electric eels, fever, and hunger. She writes that in her account she "carefully avoided sacrificing truth to sensationalism," and she provides interesting and accurate information about the Indians of the region, as well as details of jungle life. Among the illustrations are pictures of the various camps and Indian assistants to the party.

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        ULYSSES

      Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1925. First Edition, Sixth Printing. Original Wrappers. Very Good binding. Octavo. Nice early copy in original white wrappers, with no marks of any kind. It wasn't until the Eighth Printing of Ulysses that the type was entirely reset. As per Slocum "In the fourth, fifth and sixth printings the text was corrected for the errata which had been issued with the second and third printings, but more typographical errors which had been discovered were listed as Ulysses/Additional Corrections and included in the regular pagination, pp. [733]-736." (p. 25). The last words of this edition are "Printed for Sylvia Beach by Maurice Darantiere at Dijon, France". (Slocum A.17). Very Good binding.

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        Der Weltkrieg 1914-1918. Die militärischen Operationen zu Lande. Hier in 12 Bänden komplett !

      Berlin, Mittler & Sohn Verlag, 1925. 8°, betitelte und verzierte Original-Halbleder-Bände mit Goldprägung - I: Die Grenzschlachten im Westen (XVI,720 Seiten mit 7 Faltkarten), II: Die Befreiung Ostpreussens (XVI,390 S. mit 14 Faltkarten), III: Der Marne-Feldzug. Von der Sambre zur Marne (XI,427 S. mit 7 Karten und 11 Skizzen), IV: Der Marne-Feldzug. Die Schlacht (XII,576 S. mit 10 Karten und 6 Skizzen), V: Die Herbst-Feldzug 1914 im Westen bis zum Stellungskrieg, Im Osten bis zum Rückzug (XVI, 643 S. mit 18 Karten und 14 Skizzen), VI: Der Herbst-Feldzug 1914 Der Abschluss der Operationen im Westen und Osten (XIV, 500 S. mit 21 Karten und Skizzen), VII: Die Operationen des Jahres 1915. Die Kreignisse im Winter und Frühjahr (XIII, 493 S. mit 40 Karten und Skizzen), VIII: Die Operationen des Jahres 1915. Die Kreignisse im Westen im Frühjahr und Sommer, im Osten vom Frühjahr bis zum Jahresschluss (XIV, 666 S. mit 39 Karten und Skizzen), IX: Die Operationen des Jahres 1915. Die Kreigsnisse im Westen und auf den Balkan von Sommer bis zum Jahresschluss (XIV, 519 S. mit 34 Karten und Skizzen), X: Die Operationen des Jahres 1916 bis zum Wechsel in der Obersten Heeresleitung (XVI,706 S. mit 45 Karten), XI: Die Kriegsführung im Herbst 1916 und im Winter 1916/17. Vom Wechsel in der Obersten Heeresleitung bis zum Entschluss zum Rückzug in die Siegfried-Stellung (XVI, 545 S. mit 37 Karten und Skizzen), XII: Die Kriegsführung im Frühjahr 1917 (XVI,606 Seiten mit 31 Beilagen davon 26 Karten und Skizzen). Einbände und Einbandkanten leicht ber. und best. sonst sehr schöner und KOMPLETTER Zustand ! - 1925 - 1939. Sehr schöne und KOMPLETTE ! Halblederausgabe ! Mit ALLEN Faltkarten und Skizzen - Selten so komplett ! a92857 Versand D: 6,00 EUR Erster Weltkrieg I, Nachschlagewerke

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        Der Weltkrieg 1914 bis 1918. Die militärischen Operationen zu Lande. 12 Bände. Bd. 1- 9 bearbeitet im Reichsarchiv. Bde. 10 - 12 bearbeitet im Auftrag des Reichskriegsministeriums von der von der Forschungsanstalt für Kriegs- und Heeresgechichte.

      Berlin, Mittler & Sohn 1925/39 12 (v. 14 Bänden). Gr. 8 je Band ca. 700 Seiten, jeder Band mit Kartenbeilagen. Weinrote Original-Leineneinbände. (Einbände des 9. 11. und 12. Bandes fleckig, sonst guter Zustand).

      [Bookseller: Aegis Verlag Einzelfirma]
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        What of It?

      Scribner's, 1925 A very good first edition, first issue (with pages 200 and 201 reversed) in a good first issue jacket separated at folds and spine but mostly present including the original price of $1.,75 on the front flap. Previous owner's name on front free end paper. A rare fragile jacket always found in poor condition.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        PALASTINA ARABIEN UND SYRIEN

      1925. Very Good. GROBER, KARL. PALASTINA ARABIEN UND SYRIEN. Berlin: Verlad Von Ernst Wasmuth A.G., 1925. 304p. Bound in bright orange cloth with gilt-stamped spine and board. Jacket is somewhat faded and has some chips and tears along edges. FPEP bears ownership inscription. Interiors are clean and bright. Introduction in German, with multilingual captions for images. A very good copy.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        Sur L'Electrodynamique Des Corps En Mouvement and L'inertie d'un corps dépend-elle de sa capacité d'énergie, 1925

      First French edition of Zur Elektrodynamik bewegter Korper (On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies) and 1st die Tragheit eines Korpers von seinem Energieinhalt abhangig? (Does the Inertia of a Body Depend on its Energy Content?). Both 1905 treatises are "beyond compare and without precedent, one of the greatest scientific achievements in content and one of the most brilliant in style" (Gosling, Albert Einstein). The first paper is "a landmark in the development of physics, one of the two papers that laid out the theory of special relativity, formulated a new conception of time. By assuming that the speed of light is the same to every observer moving at a constant velocity, Einstein showed that space and time were not independent: spacetime was born. According to Hermann Weyl in 1918, this theory 'led to the discovery that time is associated as a fourth coordinate on an equal footing with the other three coordinates of space, and that the scene of material events, the world, is therefore a four-dimensional, metrical continuum.' It was a revolutionary piece of scientific work" (Calaprice, The Einstein Almanac, 15). In the second work, Einstein uses "the postulates of the special theory of relativity, Einstein showed that energy radiated is equivalent to mass lost&hellip; For the first time he concluded that 'the mass of a body is a measure of its energy content'" (ibid, 16). CONDITION & DETAILS: Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1925. Small 8vo. [4], 56, [2], 6 (catalog). ILLUSTRATION: Frontispiece portrait of Einstein. EXTERIOR: Complete issue bound in original light brown stiff wraps. Some light surface dirt on the front wraps and a small area in the lower right where a piece of tape has been removed. Two barely visible repairs at the spine. Tightly bound. INTERIOR: Complete. Very small spot at the upper margin of page 3. Otherwise very good condition throughout.

      [Bookseller: Atticus Rare Books]
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        Tiempo. Veinte poemas en verso.

      Imprenta Sur., Málaga. 1925 - Es el Primer libro publicado en la mítica Imprenta Sur editado por el propio Emilio Prados. Extraordinariamente raro y buscado. Muy buen estado el libro pero la sobrecubierta tiene roces en el lomo y está algo decolorido. Rústica editorial con sobrecubierta. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        American Tragedy

      1925 - DREISER, THEODORE. An American Tragedy. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1925. 2 vols. Cloth (a bit discolored). In a dust jacket chipped around the extremities and with a few small gaps, slightly darkened at the spine. Without the box. First edition of Dreiser's most famous novel, and his first commercial success. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Joseph J. Felcone Inc., ABAA]
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        AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY

      New York City: Boni and Liveright. Complete two volume set in the original publisher's dust jackets. 1925. 1st edition. hb. 8vo, pp. 431, 409. . This is the true first edition. Also issued in 1926 in a limited, numbered, signed edition. (See Atkinson 1; Orton 34). Despite Dreiser's immense popularity at the time (he was called "America's greatest living novelist"), only 18,200 copies of the first printing were produced, perhaps because the publishers anticipated controversy due to the subject matter. In fact, early in 1927, the book was declared obscene and banned in Boston by the police acting on the advice of the infamous "Watch and Ward Society". Our set is in the original plain woven black cloth binding with the small "TD" oval on the front board. The boards show very minor shelf wear. The spine lettering has partially faded, which appears typical for this set (based on the previous sets which have passed through our hands). The hinges of both volumes are tight and the contents are clean and unmarked. The dust jackets are chipped at the folds and at the spine ends. Both show traces of soiling and the spines are a bit darkened. Overall, the books are in very good condition; the dust jackets in good, to good plus, condition. An important title, in the exceedingly scarce original dust jackets. .

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        A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man

      New York: The Viking Press and B.W. Huebsch, 1925. Sixth printing; September, 1925. A very good copy. This was the first printing of this title to bear the Viking Press imprint, and one of their earliest publications. The newly formed publishing house absorbed B.W. Huebsch (man, business, and backlist) just a month earlier.

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc.]
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        Arrowsmith

      , 1925. 1925. First Edition . Signed. LEWIS, Sinclair. Arrowsmith. New York: Harcourt, Brace, (1925). Octavo, original buckram spine, blue paper boards, original printed paper label, top edge gilt, uncut. $2500.Signed limited first edition of what many consider Lewis

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        The Writings.

      New York: Gabriel Wells,, 1925. With an introduction by Richard Le Gallienne. 12 volumes, octavo (219 x 140 mm). Finely bound in purple morocco, titles and decoration to spines gilt in compartments separated by raised bands, elaborate cornerpieces to boards within multiple gilt fillets, red moire silk endpapers, red and purple morocco doblures with cornerpieces gilt within multiple gilt fillets, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Couple of minor chips to fore-edge, spines uniformly faded to brown, an excellent set. The large paper edition. A handsomely bound set of Wilde's works.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Six Years With the Texas Rangers (SIGNED)

      New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1925. 1st. Hardcover. Small 8vo. (xvi) 259pp. Index. 8 photo-illustrated plates with tissue guards. INSCRIBED by the author. Original green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Housed in custom slipcase. A very good plus copy (minor wear; ; light shelf wear; lower corners lightly bumped). "This is one of the finest personal memoirs of Texas Ranger service... Jeff Dykes said: "I heard Capt. Gillett tell this story and it reads like he talked - you simply live those six years with him." - BTB 76 "I regard Gillett as the strongest and straightest of all ranger narrators. He combined in his nature wild restlessness and loyal gentleness. He wrote in sunlight." - Dobie p. 59-60. (Graff 1553; Six-Guns 829; Howes G177; One-Fifty 62; Rader 1591). Next day shipping. Celebrating our 17th year - all domestic orders ship with Delivery Confirmation Tracking Number - Images available upon request.

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        Rama-Legenden und Rama-Reliefs in Indonesien, 2 Vols

      White Lotus, Muenchen 1925 - Rama-Legenden und Rama-Reliefs in Indonesien, 2 Vols [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Der Mantel

      1925 - Der Mantel / Nikolai Gogol. -

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        The Old Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Book

      New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1925. Illustrated by Anne Anderson in color and black and white. 143, [1] pp. 4to. Brown illustrated cloth. Fine in brown illustrated dust jacket (edgeworn, with large closed tear on front panel). Illustrated by Anne Anderson in color and black and white. 143, [1] pp. 4to. In Dust Jacket.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Trail Drivers of Texas

      Cokesbury Press, Nashville 1925 - thick 8vo, dk. blue publisher's cloth-covered bds, bright gold titles on spine and fb, sl. bumping to spine ends, light rubbing to bottom edges, else clean, bright, tight and unworn; mild foxing and offsetting to eps, else internally clean and unmarked though mildly toned; SIGNED and inscribed by Hunter on ffep in Bandera, Texas, 1939; photo frontis and many b&w photographs; pp.xvi,1044; no dj, volume protected in clear mylar cover. Very nice first printing of the second edition, very scarce SIGNED. Basic TX Books 99C, Six-Score 61, Herd 1103,Six-guns 1084, Dobie-Dykes 21, Graff 2020, Howes H-816, Merrill Aristocrat [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Cobra.

      Grosset and Dunlap. New York (1925) - First Edition and First Photoplay Edition, illustrated with scenes from the Ritz-Paramount Picture starring Rudolph Valentino and directed by Joseph Henabery. One of Valentino's most beloved screen performances. A scarce photoplay title. Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket, few nicks and mild wear at spine ends and few flap corners. 0.0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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