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        Insurance Maps of Braddock in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, including North Braddock, Swissvale, Rankin, Edgewood, and Braddock Hills; Plat Maps

      New York: Sanborn Company, 1926. Hardcover. Very Good. 1926. Large folio, 25 x 24 inches, in gray original buckram with leather corners, gilt brown leather front label, and leather spine label. Contains 114 maps with index, additional index affixed to front endpaper, and numerical stiff maroon tabs to fore edges, with corrections up to 1959. Printed on thick paper, slightly wavy, minor soil to top and bottom edges and some finger smudging, but maps in very good condition. Maps printed on both sides, with properties in numerous colors. Insurance maps, cousin to plat maps, show outlines of properties, with changes recorded in pasted-on clippings, giving a history of property ownership and development. Braddock volume includes North Braddock, Swissvale, Rankin, Edgewood, and Braddock Hills in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oversized book requires extra postage, calculated upon purchase.

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        Über das Unendliche.

      First edition, offprint issue Berlin: Springer, 1925/1926. Very rare separate printing (WorldCat locates just two copies) of the most detailed exposition of Hilbert's proposal for the foundation of classical mathematics, which became known as Hilbert's Program. This paper further contains his attempted proof of the continuum hypothesis which led to the later work of Kurt Gödel and Paul Cohen. (Van Heijenoort: From Frege to Gödel, pp.367-92:) "Hilbert devoted to the foundations of mathematics a series of papers ... Among all these contributions the 1925 paper [the offered item] stands out as the most comprehensive presentation of Hilbert's ideas. It is the text of an address delivered in Münster on 4 June 1925 at a meeting organized by the Westphalian Mathematical Society to honor the memory of Weierstrass. In addition to the original version [ibid], two modified ones [were published in 1927 and 1930]. These, however, are abbreviated and besides other passages, omit entirely the section that deals with the continuum problem ... The paper consists of two quite distinct parts. The first is a clear and forceful presentation of Hilbert's ideas at the time on the foundations of mathematics. It starts by recalling how Weiserstrass eliminated references to 'infinity' in analysis (Hilbert could have mentioned Cauchy and D'Alembert) and reviews the role played by infinite in physics, set theory, and, when we deal with general propositions, logic. Leaning on the example of arithmetic, it introduces the distinction between finitary and ideal propositions, and it undertakes a simultaneous formalization of logic and arithmetic ... The second part of the paper is a sketch of an attempted proof of the continuum hypothesis. Stated for the first time by Cantor at the very beginning of the development of set theory (1878), presented by Hilbert as Problem no. 1 in his famous list of unsolved mathematical problems (1900), the continuum problem for years resisted the efforts of mathematicians. The only partial result known at the time of Hilbert's attempted proof was König's: the power of the continuum is not a limit of denumerably many smaller cardinal numbers ... Instead of the set of real numbers Hilbert considers the equivalent set of number-theoretic functions and undertakes to prove that there is a mapping of the set of ordinals of the second number class onto the set of these functions. By dealing with the definitions of functions rather than with the functions themselves the argument takes on a metamathematical aspect that is absent from Cantor's work. The fact that the values of a number-theoretic function may be made to depend on the solvability of a certain mathematical problem establishes a connection between the second part of the paper and the first, and Hilbert invokes his previously expressed conviction that every well-posed mathematical problem is solvable. If the definition of a function involves the solvability of a mathematical problem, it will contain an unbounded existential quantifier, or, in Hilbert's system, the ?-function. Convinced of the possibility of justifying the transfinite part of mathematics by metamathematical means, Hilbert states as Lemma I that such definitions of functions can be replaced by recursive definitions, in which, except for a string of prenex universal quantifiers, no quantifier occurs. ... Hilbert then proceeds to show that, since recursion equations defining functions contain 'variable-types' of increasing height, these equations parallel the definitions of the ordinals of the second number class. ... Among several unproved statements, it contains in particular, as Lemma II, the assertion that in the definitions of number-theoretic functions transfinite recursion can be replaced by ordinary recursion. Hilbert's attempt aroused few comments. Paul Lévy recalls: 'Zermelo told me in 1928 that even in Germany nobody understood what Hilbert meant'. ... The continuum hypothesis was proved by Gödel (1938, 1939, 1940) to be consistent with the customary axioms of set theory and by Cohen (1963-64) to be independent of these axioms. ... In his review of Gödel's second paper of the consistency of the continuum (1939), Bernays wrote: 'The whole Gödel reasoning may also be considered as a way of modifying the Hilbert project for a proof of the Cantor continuum hypothesis, as described in [Über das Unendliche, 1925], so as to make it practical and at the same time generalizable to higher powers'.". See also Parkinson: Breakthroughs, p.199 and Bell: Men of Mathematics, p.63. 8vo: 226 x 157 mm. Offprint from: Mathematische Annalen, vol. 95, pp. [161] - 190. Bound with a light green backstrip as issued, a fine copy. Besides the two copies located by WorldCat in Germany and Holland, we could locate three other offprints; one in the Paul Hertz collection of the University of Pittsburgh, and two copies in a private collection.

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        Lettre à Jacques Maritain. - Réponse à Jean Cocteau

      First edition, one of 100 numbered copies on Arches paper, ours one of 25 trade off for each volume, only large paper with 30 Japan.spine and boards and marginally slightly discolored as usual, otherwise nice set wide-margined. Stock Paris 1926 13,5x19cm 2 volumes brochés

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        Wood-engravings for Les Eclogues

      Weimar: Cranach Press, 1926. Two suites of the wood-engravings for this beautiful book: The first, complete in 43 engravings, printed in brown, on silk-rag paper, invented by Maillol and Harry Kessler, one of which is signed with initial by Maillol, from the edition of 36 French-language copies on this paper. The second suite containing 42 of the 43 engravings is printed in black on yellow Japon paper. These suites were supposedly issued only with the vellum copies.

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        Crystallizing Public Opinion

      Boni and Liveright, 1926. 218 pages. Second printing of the 1923 first edition. "The first book to be devoted exclusively to an occupation which is gradually becoming of overwhelming national importance." - N.Y. Times Book Review. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding tight. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. A quality vintage copy of this highly significant work. A wonderful addition to the bookshelf of any prominent public relations professional.

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        Lettre à Jacques Maritain. - Réponse à Jean Cocteau

      First edition, one of 100 numbered copies on Arches paper, ours one of 25 trade off for each volume, only large paper with 30 Japan.spine and boards and marginally slightly discolored as usual, otherwise nice set wide-margined. Stock Paris 1926 13,5x19cm 2 volumes brochés

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        Traktat o zhilische [A Treatise on housing].

      Moscow & Leningrad: "Zemlia i Fabrika", 1926 - Octavo (173 x 131 mm). Wire-stitched in the original illustrated wrappers by Konstantin Eliseev. Front wrapper lightly creased, paper stock very slightly browned, pale damp mark to lower margin; a very good copy of a very scarce book. Pale ownership stamp to title. Extremely rare first edition of a collection of short satirical stories by Bulgakov. It is one of only three books published in the USSR during his lifetime. The collection includes four stories: "A treatise on housing"; "Psalm"; "Four portraits"; and "Moonshine Lake". Three of the stories are semi-autobiographical reportage on the housing crisis as it affects the narrator, who, like Bulgakov, is struggling to earn a living in Moscow while writing a novel. OCLC records a copy at Harvard and two in Germany only. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [Original art posters]: Crouse-Irving Flower Guild Easter Formal

      [Syracuse, New York]. 1926. Two posters featuring original art. Measuring 19.5" x 30" and 20" x 29". Both are pen and ink with watercolor on stiff board. While unexamined out of the frames they appear near fine with some light toning and a few scattered smudges; one poster with six tack holes at the perimeter from when it was originally displayed. The posters promote the 1926 Easter Formal hosted by the Flower Guild of the Crouse Irving Hospital and Nursing School held on April 10th at the Onondaga Ballroom. Each poster features Jazz Age flappers with bobbed haircuts in shoulder-baring dresses, one playfully pulling up her dress to reveal her slip and bare knees(!), and the other dancing in the spotlight in front of a large Art Deco window to, we assume, Jimmy Day's Nighthawks, the local Syracuse jazz band listed on the posters. Both are signed in the lower right corners by the individual artists. A charming pair of unique Jazz Age posters displaying the popular iconography of the Twenties Flapper. .

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        Bekannte und unbekannte Historien von dem abenteuerlichen und weltberufenen Gespenste dem Rübezahl, welche nicht allein aus allerhand Relationen der fremden Handelsleute, sondern auch durch Avisierungen vornehmer und gelahrter schlesischer Personen zuwege gebracht hat. . 1. Auflage. Insel-Bücherei Nr. 157.

      Insel, Leipzig, 1926 - 11.-15. Tausend. 79 Seiten. Kl.-8°, Originalpappband. Sehr gutes Exemplar der sehr seltenen ZWEITEN AUflage. Titelschild schwarzumrandet (Schrift grün). Sprache: Deutsch. Gewicht in Gramm: 150

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        PBA 67. - Original Airbrusharbeit in Silber, rückseitig mit Bleistift signiert, bezeichnet und datiert.

      - 23 x 23 cm. Originalvorlage für et 4 Deutschland Report. - Goepfert (1926 - 1982) war Vertreter der ZERO Gruppe, befreundet mit Bazon Brock. Er stellte 1964 an der documenta III in Kassel aus, und mit Jef Verheyen und Lucio Fontana in Berlin. Mit seinen Aluminium- und Lichtarbeiten gehört er zu den wichtigsten Vertreter der kinetischen Kunst in Deutschland. Der Herausgeber von et4, Rochus Kowallek, war sein Galerist und Förderer. - Das Blatt mit einer Knickfalte und wenigen Bereibungen.

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        Tales of the Angler's Eldorado New Zealand

      Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York 1926 - First edition in very good plus condition. G-A on copyright page. Book is square, tight and clean with over 100 illustrations from photographs taken by the author. Front board has small bottom corner crease. Dust jacket fair, priced $5.00, shows age wear, creases and tears. Back dust jacket panel seperated, missing piece of spine tail and spine is torn. Now all together in a protective book jacket. 228 pages. Extra shipping will be required. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Old English Drinking Glasses: their chronology and sequence.

      London: Herbert Jenkins Limited, 1926 - Quarto (308 x 248 mm). Contemporary dark green half morocco for Asprey, gilt panelled spine, green cloth sides, top edges gilt, others untrimmed, marbled endpapers. A couple of old pale marks to front cover. An excellent copy. 385 drinking glasses illustrated on 72 monochrome plates. First edition, first impression, of this uncommon and important monograph. A handsomely bound copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Racial Characters of the Swedish Nation. Anthropologia Suecica MCMXXVI. With the Collaboration of the Staff of the Institute and other Scientists.

      The Swedish State Institute for Race Biology 1926 - FIRST EDITION, various tables, charts, maps and other illustrations throughout including plate showing conference group photo with printed key to tissue-guard, 4 colour-printed full-page maps, section of 44 plates showing the various types at rear, pp. xiv, 182, 108 (Supplement) + Plates, folio, original green cloth, lettered in brown to upper board with Institute crest in same, backstrip lettered in gilt against a dark green ground, a little minor soiling with top corner of upper board slightly knocked, red sprinkling to edges, creasing to free endpapers with front endpapers showing the shadow of a folder sometime laid in, very good. The first large work of the Institute, founded at the beginning of the decade by Herman Lundborg who conducted this survey, and a fascinating document of a time when eugenic programmes were a state concern among European nations. The study looks to record, describe and classify according to physical characteristics (size and colouring), migration and settlement - with its underlying intention being to promote and propagate the Nordic type. Whilst ideas of eugenics and race biology gained momentum in the wake of the First World War, their implication in Nazi ideology leading up to and during the Second World War led to what Kildal and Kuhnle refer to as their 'total separation' from 'social democratic welfare politics' ('Normative Foundations of the Welfare State: The Nordic Experience') - Lundborg himself was removed as Head of the Institute (and replaced by Gunnar Dahlberg) because of his anti-Semitic beliefs and Germanophile tendencies. An important book, richly illustrated and the text entirely in English (the title-page refers to its distribution in Jena, London, Paris, and New York, as well as for the domestic market) - it is scarce on the market, and unusual to find copies outside libraries and free of library markings, such as this one.

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        La Jeune Parque

      1926 - Valery, Paul, La Jeune Parque, 1926. Inscribed. Large 33x25cm limited edition of La Jeune Parque, AAM Stols Maestricht. #13 of 150, on various papers. Another limited edition appeared in 1917. Inscribed and signed: “Exemplaire de M. le Baron Jacques van den Branden de Reeth/ ou l’auteur inscrit ses sympathies / Bruxelles, le 28. Nov. 32/ Paul Valery.” Immaculate except for the transparent protective paper. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Schicksal SA. Die Deutung eines großen Geschehens. Von einem, der es selbst erlebte * mit eingeklebter, gedruckter O r i g i n a l - W i d m u n g von SA-Obergruppenfüjhrer von Jagow

      Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagseinband (Leinen / GLn / OLn / Ln im Format 13 x 18,7 cm) mit Rücken- und Deckeltitel, 209 Seiten, Schrift. Fraktur. - Aus dem Inhalt: Geleitwort - Aufbruch (Kameraden / Ruf des Schicksals / Das Gesicht des Kampfes / Und dennoch! / Die Fahne hoch!) - Opfergang (Die neue Macht / Das Erbe der Front / Um Treue / Drohung über dem Land / Der Sturmführer / Durchbruch / Um die Entscheidung / Der große Marsch / Schicksal SA. / Brennendes Land / Die Macht des Opfers / Freiheit! / Disziplin / Das gerettete Reich) - Erfüllet das Erbe! (Um den Sinn des Kampfes / Die Mahnung der Toten / Die Pflicht / Ewiges Deutschland). Mit Druckvermerk: "Die Handlung beginnt im Frühjahr des Jahres 1926 und endet im Sommer des Jahres 1934". Mit eingeklebtem Zettel auf dem vorderen Vorsatz: "Den alten Sturmsoldaten der Berliner SA. zum 31.10.1936. Mit der SA. hat die nationalsozialistische Bewegung das alte System zertrümmert. Der SA.-Mann hat gegen alle und gegen alles gekämpft, wenn der Führer es befahl. Er kämpfte gegen Untermenschen, gegen Kommune und gegen bürgerliche Reaktion. Mit diesen SA.-Männern konnte Adolf Hitler gegen den Teufel marschieren, weil es um Deutschland ging. Die Zukunft des Volkes wird es euch danken. Es lebe der Führer. von Jagow, Obergruppenführer" (Namenszug faksimiliert). - Band 2 der Reihe "Bücher der jungen Nation". - Erstausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung: Einband und einige Seiten etwas stockfleckig, sonst tadellos - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Deutschland vor dem 2.Weltkrieg, SA, des Führers Sturmabteilung, Kampf und Sieg der Bewegung, Kampfzeit der NSDAP, SA Männer in der Bewährung, Adolf Hitler, deutsche Zeitgeschichte 1926-1934, Alles für Deutschland!, SA-Führer Dietrich von Jagow, NS.-Schrifttum, Kampf der Sturmabteilung gegen Untermenschen und Bolschewismus sowie gegen bürgerliche Reaktion, Weltanschauung der Nationalsozialismus, Antisemitismus, scharfer judenfeindlicher Standpunkt, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut

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        Elevated Station - 9th St.

      1926 1926 - Paper toned otherwise in very good condition. Presented in a black ash box frame with conservation glass and mount. Original lithograph transfer on zinc. Image size: 33.97 x 40.48 cm. Sheet size: 39.37 x 50.8 cm. Gag was a celebrated children's book author and illustrator; this print was chosen as one of the fifty best prints of the year by the American Institute of Graphic Arts in 1926. It was later included in the 1968 Museum of Modern Art's exhibition entitled 'Manhattan Observed' along with other well-known artists such as Robert Rauchenberg, Edward Hopper and David Hockney.

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        Theorie du Tissage des Etoffes de Soie

      1926. Theorie du Tissage des Etoffes de Soie by Loir, Georg & Duplat, 1926, troisieme partie, 191pp, in French, description des differents systemes de mecaniques employes pour le tissage des etoffes faconnees; esquisse, mise en carte; description du lisage et piquage accelere, systeme Verdol; description des differentes operations necessaires pour le montage d'un metier a tisser les etoffes faconnees; decomposition des differents genres de tissus. 20 swatches of cloth alongside the charts for weaving these samples.

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        The Adventures of a Coquette. Translated by Hannaford Bennett.

      London: T. Werner Laurie, [1926] - Octavo. Original red cloth decorated in black. With the dust jacket. Faint tanning to initial and final leaves. An excellent copy in the lightly edge chipped jacket, with tape residue on the spine panel, where a sticker has been removed. First UK edition, first impression, translated from the French La farouche aventure, ou La coquette punie which was serialised in Le Journal in 1924 and first published in book form in 1925. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Pansophia - Urquellen inneren Lebens. Zum Heile der Welt neu kundgegeben von einem "Collegium Pansophicum". Ein Archiv in zwangloser Folge. [6 Bde., kmpl.]. [3 - 6 mit zusätzlichem Vortitel:] Offizielles Organ der Pansophischen Bewegung auf dieser Erde. Alle 1. Aufl.

      139 S. / 187 S. mit Frontispiz, 1 Tafel u. Textabb. / 270 S. mit 3 farb. Tafeln, 2 mont. Abb., 1 mehrfach gef. Tabelle u. Textabb. / 214 S., 8 Bll. mit 1 Holzschnitt (von Carl Rabus) im Vorsatz u. Abb. im Text / 157 S. / 235 S. mit 107 alchemistischen Abb. im Text., Gr.-8, (23 x 15cm) Illus. O-Halbleinen (1-2) / (25 x 17,5cm) Farbig illus O-Halbleinen (3-6) Verinnerlichung S. 88 (Wegweiser der Geistes- und Geheimwissenschaften 1926) Ackermann III, 321 u. V, 250 (Abtl.I,1) Ackermann V/794 (Abtl.III. Bd.1,2,3) Ackermann V/939 Cross-Index P 2 u. Nr. 105 (Abtl.VII. Bd.1) - (1) Bd. I,1: [Tränker, Heinrich Hrsg.]: Die Pansophie der hermetischen Bruderschaft vom Rosenkreuz, die besonderen Aufgaben ihrer Helferseelen und mystischen Grundlagen in Ewigkeit und Zeit. Von einem im einwesigen Leben mit dem Tao gesiegelten armen Menschen, dessen Zahl 7 x 3 ist. - (2) Bd. II, 1: Hartmann, Franz: Im Vorhof des Tempels der Weisheit enthaltend die Geschichte der wahren und falschen Rosenkreuzer. Mit einer Einführung in die Mysterien der Hermetischen Philosophie. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt. Mit zahlreichen Anmerkungen und Ergänzungen von Br. Recnartus [d.i. H. Tränker]. - (3) Abteilung II. Bd. 2: Beyer, Bernh[ard]: Das Lehrsystem des Ordens der Gold- und Rosenkreuzer. - (4) Abteilung III. Bd. 1,2,3: "Henkelkreuzmann" [d.i. H. Tränker]: Mystischer Feuerschein d.i. eine einfältige Lehre der hermetischen Bruderschaft im fixen Osten. Inhalt: I. Teil: Die pansophische Erweckung. II. Teil: Die pansophische Schule. III. Teil: Die pansophische Akademie. - Der Holzschnitt von Carl Rabus u. der Anhang, der die ersten beiden Nachrichten vom Collegium pansophicum u. eine Verlagsankündigung zur Botschaft des "Meisters Therion" [d.i. Aleister Crowley] enthält, fehlen in der späteren 2. Auflage, welche auch ein kleineres Format hat. - (5) Abteilung VII. Bd. 1: [Aleister Crowley]: Wege zum Sanktuarium. Das magische Werk der "Großen weißen Bruderschaft". Nach authentischen Quellen als Kommentare zur "Botschaft der Meister". Ausgewählt und übertragen vom "Collegium Pansophicum" I.A. Fra.:. [Saturn]us [d.i. Karl Johannes Germer]. Der Band enthält als Erstausgabe (!!!): "Khaled Khan [d.i. Aleister Crowley]: Das Herz des Meisters". Crowley schrieb den Text 1924, der aber erst 1938 auf Englisch publiziert wurde. (Vergl. Crowley Cross Index: H10 u. Nr. 128). - (6) Abteilung VII. Bd. 2: Garunda [d.i. H. Tränker]: Kleines Mystisch-Magisches Bilderbüchlein für fleißiger übende A.B.C. Schüler der Fraternität vom Rosenkreuz. Neu herausgegeben und mit einer Einleitung versehen von Garunda. - Das "Collegium Pansophicum" wurde 1922 wurde von Heinrich Tränker (1880-1956) u. Karl Germer (1885-1962) gegründet. Die Pansophische Bewegung bestand bereits davor. Erste Anfänge gab es bereits 1917, die ersten Pansophen waren Theosophen aus der I.T.V. in Leipzig. Die daraus entstandene Pansophische Loge soll Gnosis, antike Mysterien, Kabbala, Magie u. Tiefenpsychologie bearbeitet haben. Aleister Crowleys Bemühungen, diese Verbindung in seinen A[strum] A[rgenteum] Orden einzugliedern scheiterten. (Näheres dazu im Kapitel "Weida-Konferenz" in: "Heinrich Tränker als Theosoph, Rosenkreuzer und Pansoph. Von Volker Lechler unter Mitarbeit von Wolfgang Kistemann. Stuttgart, Selbstverlag 2013"). - (1): Einband berieben, bestossen u. etwas fleckig Titel mit Besitzerstempel. (2): Einband leicht bestossen u. fleckig Innendeckel mit ExLibris wenige Anmerkungen u. Anstreichungen mit Bleistift. (3): Einband leicht bestossen, berieben u. fleckig. (4): Einband etwas fleckig u. leicht bestossen erste Blätter tlw. gebräunt mit kl. Fleckspuren Vorwort mit einer Buntstiftanstreichung hinterer Innendeckel mit Rest eines entfernten Aufklebers. (5): Einband leicht fleckig Vorsätze u. erstes Blatt leicht fleckig. (6): Einband leicht bestossen, angestaubt u. schiefgelesen wenige Seiten geringfügig braunfleckig, - sonst gute Expl.

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        Der Mensch als Industriepalast

      1926. KAHN, Fritz. Der Mensch als Industriepalast [Man as Industrial Palace]. Chromolithograph posters 960 x 480 mm, matted. Stuttgar:Kosmos Verlag, 1926. |~||~||~||~| Two versions of Fritz Kahn's (1888-1968) legendary modernist visualization of man as a machine, showing the digestive and respiratory system as an "industrial palace." Kahn was a Jewish intellectual, doctor and popular science fiction writer who is renowned for his five-volume series Das Leben des Menschen (The Life of Man). In the 1930s his books were banned and burned by the Nazis. With help from Albert Einstein, Kahn was able to escape to the United States, where he continued his career as a bestselling author.

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        Clever Bill.

      London: William Heinemann Ltd., [1926] - Oblong format. Original pictorial boards, titles to front cover in red and black. With the dust jacket. Edges dusty, spine tips and corners rubbed, internally bright, dust jacket lightly chipped and dust soiled. Cover designs, pictorial pastedowns, and 21 full-page illustrations printed on the recto by the author. First edition, first printing. Campbell 185. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Menorah. Jüdisches Familienblatt für Wissenschaft, Kunst und Literatur. Jg. 4,5, 7-10 in 6 Bde.

      Frankfurt/M., Wien, 1926, 1927, 1929-1932. Einheitlich gebundenes modernes Halbleinen, mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel Dietzel / Hügel 1923. - Die jüdische Kulturzeitschrift, hg. von Norbert Hoffmann, erschien von 1922 bis 1932, es finden sich Beiträge zu allen Bereichen des jüdischen Lebens: Kunst, Literatur, Musik und Architektur. Ein Schwerpunkt stellen religiöse Themen und die jüdische Kultur Osteuropas dar. - Einheitlich gebundene Reihe der Jahrgänge 1926 bis 1932 (ohne den Jahrgang 1928!), in diesem Umfang nicht oft zu finden. - Seiten vielfach gebräunt und teils gefleckt, insgesamt jedoch gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Judaica, Zeitschriften Weimarer Republik, periodicals, Jewish

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        Sept Morceaux par C.F. Ramuz et sept dessins par René Auberjonois,

      [Mermod], Imprimé par les soins du Verseau, 1926. Vorzugsausgabe auf Japon Mit 7 Original-Lithographien, [58] Blatt, 26x37, grünes OHLdr mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel Schönes Exemplar Nr 28 (von nur 40 Exemplaren, Gesamtausgabe 290) der gehobenen auf Japon gedruckten Ausgabe in einem Halbleder-Handeinband, im Impressum von Ramuz und Auberjonois eigenhändig signiert, mit 7 Original-Lithographien nach Zeichnungen von René Auberjonois. Die 2-farbig (schwarz-grün) gedruckten Schutzumschläge der Original-Broschur wurden mit eingebunden. Auberjonois und Ramuz - die eine langjährige Freundschaft verband - verwirklichten während des Krieges zusammen mit Strawinsky und Ernest Ansermet die \"Histoire du soldat\", die 1918 von der Compagnie Pitoëff aufgeführt wurde und zu der Auberjonois die Bühnenbilder schuf. Auberjonois schuf auch mehrere Porträts von Ramuz. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Ku 46980, i

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        A Road to Fairyland.

      London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, Ltd, 1926 - Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles to spine blue, top edge blue. With the dust jacket. Spine gently rolled, edges of boards browned, a little light foxing to contents. A very good copy in the toned jacket, front panel split with tape repair to verso. Frontispiece by Arthur Rackham with tissue guard. First edition, first impression. Signed by the author on the title page. Dr Marie Stopes (1880–1958), though best known today for her contributions to palaeontology, her pioneering work on birth control, and her manual Married Love, was also a prolific writer of novels, poems and fairy stories. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Zur Quantenmechanik II" in Zeitschrift für Physik 35, 1926, pp. 557-615

      Vieweg und Springer, Berlin 1926 - FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS OF BORN, HEISENBERG, & JORDAN'S "MONUMENTAL" THREE-MAN PAPER, 'ON QUANTUM MECHANICS II', THE FIRST COMPLETE STATEMENT OF MATRIX MECHANICS (Peacock, Quantum Revolution, 52). In this work, Born, Heisenberg, and Jordan extend the methods Heisenberg presented in his initial 1925 paper and apply them to a number of important problems. "This paper definitively set forth [and first named] matrix mechanics - the version of quantum mechanics based on the algebraic manipulation of matrices that represent observable quantities such as position, momentum, and energy. Detailed calculations showed that the new matrix mechanics was very successful in predicting the anomalous Zeeman Effect, other forms of line splitting, and line intensities. The three authors even produced a new derivation of Planck's Law" (ibid). In the early 1920s there were fundamental difficulties in atomic physics. The quantum theory of atomic structure, founded by Bohr and largely developed by Bohr and Sommerfeld, did not describe the properties of complicated atoms and molecules. "In spite of its high-sounding name and its successful solutions of numerous problems in atomic physics, 'quantum theory', and especially the 'quantum theory' of polyelectronic systems, prior to 1925, was, from the methodological point of view, a lamentable hodgepodge of hypotheses, principles, theorems, and computational recipes rather than a logical consistent theory. Every single quantum-theoretic problem had to be solved first in terms of classical physics; its classical solution had then to pass through the mysterious sieve of the quantum conditions or, as it happened in the majority of cases, the classical solution had to be translated into the language of quanta in conformance with the correspondence principle? In short, quantum theory still lacked two essential characteristics of a full-fledged scientific theory, conceptual autonomy and logical consistency" (Jammer, The Conceptual Development, 196). The work of Heisenberg, Born, and Jordan rectified these issues and marked the "starting point for the new quantum mechanics," also called matrix mechanics (DSB). Heisenberg published his initial paper formulating his new quantum theory in 1925, but without reference to matrices. "Later the same year, Max Born and Pascual Jordan published a second paper that introduced the matrix formulation for the special case of one degree of freedom" (History of Physics: The Wenner Collection). Finally, in early 1926, all three scientists collaborated on a third paper, this 'three-man paper', and extended the theory to an arbitrary number of degrees of freedom. In its final form, they argued, Heisenberg's formulation of the new quantum theory is a matrix algebra of quantum operators that "predicts the radiation resulting from electron state transitions between energy shells in the atom without reference to how the transitions occur" (ibid). CONDITION & DETAILS: Berlin: Vieweg und Springer. Large 8vo. (9 x 6 inches; 225 x 150mm). pp. 557-722. Complete issue, rebacked at the spine and housed in a handsome leather clamshell case gilt-lettered at the spine and on the front board. The front wrap has a red stamp and some minor soiling (see scans). The interior is bright and clean throughout. Very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        ABECEDA

      1926. PASPA, Karel. ABECEDA. By Vitezslav Nezval. Designed by Karel Teige. Illustrated with 25 black and white photomontages by Teige from Paspa's photographs. 4to., bound in original printed wrappers. Prague: J. Otto, 1926. |~||~||~||~| An important landmark of the Czech avant garde and at the same time one of the most celebrated of all photobooks. Paspa photographed the Czech dancer Milca Mayerova posing in the various letters of the alphabet. An exceptionally fresh copy of a book rarely found thus. Parr, The History of the Photobook II p. 94. Primus, Tschechische Avantgarde 1922-1940 pp. 154-162. Toman, The Modern Czech Book. Photo/montage in Print p. 294-295.

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        Six contes

      first edition printed 49 ex numbered ours one of 44 Japan.Binding half ...Handwritten signature of the author to the justification of the draw.Rare and very nice copy. Edouard Champion Paris 1926 15,5x20,5cm relié

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        The novels.]

      London: Dent/Hogarth Press, 1926–52 - 10 volumes, octavo. Recent green morocco, titles and decoration to spines, raised bands, single rule to boards, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. The occasional minor blemish and browning to a few leaves, an excellent set handsomely bound. All first editions, first impressions of the lifetime novels of Henry Green (pen name of Henry Vincent Yorke): Blindness (1926), Living (1929), Party Going (1939), Pack My Bag (1940), Caught (1943), Loving (1945), Back (1946), Concluding (1948), Nothing (1950), and Doting (1952). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        New World Vistas

      Signed with confidence by Sir Stanley Spencer (1891-1951). his rare autograph and address in pencil, to whom the book is dedicated by his good friend the artist, James Wood in 1926. Signed Stanley Spencer, Chapel View, Burghclere, Newbury, Berks. This is where he lived in the period after he painted his greatest painting The Resurrection presented to the Tate. This is where he began his gigantic work at the newly built Sandham Memorial Chapel in 1927 in Burghclere. One can imagine Spencer reading this book in periods when he was not engaged in painting. I have enjoyed this wonderful book, but now must let it go to a good home.James Wood (1889-1975) was a painter, writer and aesthete and friend of Spencer. It is thought that `Jas` Wood is one of the figures in The Resurrection. This book has 3 pictures of Jackie Coogan and is an autographical work about Wood`s visit to America. New World Vistas is in itself a rare book but this copy has personal connections and the autograph and written address of Stanley Spencer. It is Spencer`s personal copy, produced at an important period of Spencer`s career. The book is 19 cms x 13.5 cms and weighs 480 grams. There are 317 pages. It has slightly cracked between the title page and the front photo, but is not loose. There is a crack between the end board and the last page, but it is not loose. The photo opposite p 247 is becoming loose. There are some small marks on front and back covers. There is no dust jacket. On the whole it is a firm copy of a very rare book with an even more rare connection to the artist who is regarded as probably one of the greatest in British 20th century art. It is a must for collectors of the works of Stanley Spencer and British 20th century art.There is no other book on sale on the internet of this title by this author.Autographs of Spencer alone fetch around £300.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1926 - 1926 Original Hardback Wisden. Very Good Condition. Video.

      1926. Hi, Here we have an 1926 Original Hardback Wisden, in Very Good Condition. The lettering (gilt) is bright and strong to both the front and spine. The boards are excellent, very clean and crisp, hardly a mark to report. Inside the hinges are very good and strong, nice yellow pastedowns (1926s are a bit lighter than others) with one mark to the right page. Very tightly bound. Amazingly clean inside and very nice photoplate. Minimal if any foxing. Some browning to page block. A lovely book. Rare in this condition, No restoration.

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        The Sun Also Rises

      First edition, first issue, with "stoppped" on page 181, line 26. In a decorated slipcase from the First Edition Library series. Covers and labels in good condition.

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        Sept Morceaux par C.F. Ramuz et sept dessins par René Auberjonois,

      [Mermod], Imprimé par les soins du Verseau, 1926 - Mit 7 Original-Lithographien, [58] Blatt, Schönes Exemplar Nr 28 (von nur 40 Exemplaren, Gesamtausgabe 290) der gehobenen auf Japon gedruckten Ausgabe in einem Halbleder-Handeinband, im Impressum von Ramuz und Auberjonois eigenhändig signiert, mit 7 Original-Lithographien nach Zeichnungen von René Auberjonois. Die 2-farbig (schwarz-grün) gedruckten Schutzumschläge der Original-Broschur wurden mit eingebunden. Auberjonois und Ramuz - die eine langjährige Freundschaft verband - verwirklichten während des Krieges zusammen mit Strawinsky und Ernest Ansermet die "Histoire du soldat", die 1918 von der Compagnie Pitoëff aufgeführt wurde und zu der Auberjonois die Bühnenbilder schuf. Auberjonois schuf auch mehrere Porträts von Ramuz. Sprache: Deutsch 26x37, grünes OHLdr mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lud-in-the-Mist

      London: W. Collins & Sons,, 1926. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine in black. With the dust jacket. Contemporary ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Minor wear to extremities, text block lightly toned, mild spotting to final few leaves. An excellent copy in a worn and lightly soiled jacket with darkened spine panel and loss to extremities affecting some letters. First edition, first impression, in the red remainder binding.

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        Winnie-the-Pooh.

      Methuen, London. 1926 - First edition. pp xi, 159. Illustrations, endpapers and dustwrapper by E.H. Shepard. Original green gilt pictorial cloth. Top edge gilt. Ownership signature on half-title. Free endpapers partially tanned. Very good indeed in very good, nicked, marked and creased first state dustwrapper (with "117th Thousand" on rear flap) darkened at spine and a little frayed and chipped at head and tail. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Drunk Man Looks At The Thistle (Inscribed and Signed By The Author To Literary Critic Douglas Sealy)

      The First UK Printing published by William Blackwood And Sons in 1926. Correct First issue with dark blue cloth and gilt titling. The BOOK is in Very Good+ condition. Some pushing at the spine ends with a little fraying and rubbing to the edges and corners. Gilt titling to the spine has dulled. Some toning to the text-block with some spotting to the prelims, endpapers and to the pages in places. Penned name and date of 'D.H.Sealy 1947' to the front blank endpaper. There are the occasional light pencil annotations in Sealy's hand in the margins. Small Bookshop sticker to the lower front pastedown. The WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good+ or better condition. Toning to the edges, folds and the spine. Light creasing and mild edge-wear at the spine ends with a little loss. The wrapper is protected in a removable Brodart archival cover. The book has been Inscribed and Signed By the Author to the front blank endpaper: For my good friend, Douglas Sealy, with love from Hugh M'Diarmid, Dec. 67'. The recipient Douglas Sealy was a literary critic, teacher and a renowned translator of Irish poetry. Hugh MacDiarmid (C.M. Grieve) was Scotland's most influential and controversial writer in the 20th century. He urged and enabled the regeneration of all aspects of Scotland's literature and culture through his poetry, polemical writing and political activity. 'A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle' (1926) is generally regarded as Scotland's masterpiece of Modernism. 'He started writing in Scots, using words and phrases he knew from boyhood and acquired from reading in dictionaries and works of Scottish literature from earlier eras. The poems of Sangschaw (1925), Penny Wheep (1926) and A Drunk Man Looks At The Thistle (1926) were shocking, adult, wry, rebarbative, difficult, piercingly sweet, unsentimental and brutal. They established a new dispensation for Scottish literature, and modernist lusts: for the body and the sexually explicit cognate with Joyce and Lawrence; for the local and demotic, cognate with William Carlos Williams; for the difficult, cognate with Eliot; for the vatic and austere, cognate with Yeats and Pound; for the intellectually demanding, cognate with Stevens and Valéry; but uniquely in the Scottish context, reclaiming a literary history that had fallen into neglect and obfuscation. Forget about Burns, he advised, go back to Dunbar and Henryson, recover and reclaim a national tradition that goes back through millennia.' (Scottish Poetry Library). A wonderful signed association copy of the author's key poetry collection and scarce with such attributes. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.

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        Flug und Werft. Erster bis dritter Jahrgang 1936 bis 1938 vollständig * G A N Z L E D E R A U S G A B E

      Vollständige Ausgabe in soliden Ganzleder-Einbänden der Zeit: 3 aufwendig hergestellte Handeinbände (rotes Bock-Saffian / Ganzleder / Leder im Format 23 x 30 cm) mit Kopffarbschnitt und Rückentitel in Goldprägung. Erster Band: 372 + 40 Seiten "Technische Beilage", zweiter Band: 272+ 96 Seiten "Technische Beilage", dritter Band: 244 Seiten +192 Seiten "Technische Beilage". Mit sehr vielen Bildberichten rund ums Flugzeug (Flugzeugfertigung und Flugbetrieb, Vorstellung deutscher und ausländischer Fabrikate der Luftfahrtindustrie: Flugzeuge für die zivile Luftfahrt und Militärmaschinen) sowie politische Beiträge im Geist der Zeit, mit sehr vielen, teilsweise ganzseitigen Fotoabbildungen. - Aus dem Inhalt: Berufserziehung und Leistung der DAF, Bolschewismus der Totengräber der Völker, Bauer und Landwirtschaft im Sowjetstaat, Der Arbeiter im "Roten Paradies", Die Stachanow-Bewegung, Das soziale Aufbauwerk der nationalsozialistischen Deutschen Arbeiterpartei (von Dr. Robert Ley), Lehrlingsordnung im Lichte der Berufserziehung, durch Berufserziehung zur Leistungssteigerung, Mittelpunkt aller Arbeit ist der Mensch, Nationalsozialistischer Lebensrhythmus, Unser Führer, Verleihung des Leistungsabzeichens der DAF, Vom Kampfgeist der deutschen Revolution, Bayreuther Gedanke, Bolschewismus in Westeuropa, Danziger Forderung, der Sieg von Max Schmeling, Deutsch-englisches Abkommen über die Verwendung der U-Boot-Waffe, Deutsche Leistungen gegen den Hass der Zeugungsunfähigen, Einheit zwischen Arbeit und Kunst, Erhöhung des deutschen Lebensstandards, Folgen von Versailles, Fortschreitende politische wirtschaftliche und moralische Gesundung Deutschlands, Gedanken zum Reichsparteitag der Ehre, Großbritannien und Deutschland, Die Ermordung von Wilhelm Gustloff - eine neue Kampfansage Israels an das Deutschtum, Innere Festigung des deutschen Volkes, Jüdische Weltzersetzung, Krise des Weltkapitalismus, Machtfragen im Mittelmeerraum, Nationalsozialismus - die Weltanschauung der Tat, Politischer Katholizismus, Römische Politik in den Vereinigten Staaten, Sowjetrussischer Imperialismus - deutscher Sozialismus der Tat, Die Friedenspolitik des Führers, Tag der deutschen Volksgemeinschaft, Thronbesteigung Edward VIII. von England, Verbrecher im Priestergewand, Verzweiflungskampf des Marxismus, Wiederherstellung der deutschen Hoheitsrechte über die deutschen Ströme, Wirtschaft gegen Nation, Wühlarbeit der Komintern, 10.Jahrestag des Reichsparteitages 1926, Zerstörungsarbeit des Kommunismus, Zusammenfassung der gesamten deutschen Polizei, Zwei Jahre Volksgerichtshof ("Während außerhalb der deutschen Grenzen der Bürgerkrieg tobt, konnte gerade am 14. Juli der Volksgerichtshof für das Deutsche Reich auf zwei Jahre seines Bestehens zurückblicken. Mit der Schaffung dieses Volksgerichtshofes hatte der Nationalsozialismus die Auffassungen der vergangenen liberalistischen Zeit über Hoch- und Landesverrat gebrochen. Die Sicherheit und das Bestehen des Volkes hängen davon ab, daß das höchste Rechtsgut einer Nation vor Verbrechern geschützt wird, die durch ihr hoch- und landesverräterisches Treiben die Grundlagen der Volksgemeinschaft zu unterwühlen suchen. Der Volksgerichtshof hat die Aufgabe, in der Bekämpfung dieser schwersten Verbrechen, die ein auf dem Treuegedanken aufgebaute Staatswesen überhaupt kennt, eine scharfe Waffe zu sein. Daraus ergab sich die Notwendigkeit, ihn nach Vorliegen der entsprechenden Erfahrungen in die Reihe der ordentlichen Gerichte einzufügen . . ." - Erstausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung Fortsetzung der Beschreibung siehe Nr.21077! - Deutscher Meistereinband, Kunstbuchbinderei, Luxusausgabe, Flugwesen, europäische Luftfahrt, deutsche Rüstungsindustrie, illustrierte Bücher, deutsche / amerikanische / französische / englische / italienische Flugzeugfertigung, Fliegerei, Militärflugzeug, Reiseflugzeug, Flugzeugzubehör, Stand der Flugzeugtechnik der Dreißiger Jahre, Innenansichten von Flugzeugen 1936 bis 1938, Reichsmodellwettbewerb, Reichsluftzeugmeister Ernst Udet, französische Bomberluftflotte, Jagdflieger, Seeflieger, Schwimmerflugzeug, Seeaufklärer, Luftnachrichtendiensttruppe, Panzerkampfwagen-Transport mittels Flugzeug, Bombenflugzeuge der Dreißiger Jahre Zeppelin-Luftschiff, Luftschifffahrt, deutsche Luftwaffe, Antisemitismus, Nationalsozialismus, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut, Ideenwelt des Dritten Reiches

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        Winnie-the-Pooh

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd,, 1926. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine, pictorial decoration and ruling to upper board, and top edge gilt, map endpapers. Illustrations throughout by Ernest H. Shepard. Contemporary gift inscription to front flyleaf. Spine a little darkened, a couple of minor marks to boards, light cockling to top corner of front board and bottom corner of rear board. An excellent copy with bright contents. First edition, first impression. After the huge success of When We Were Very Young, first published on 6 November 1924, Milne was asked to contribute a story to the London Evening News. "The Wrong Sort of Bees", published on Christmas Eve 1925, was based on a bedtime story that Milne had told his son Christopher. It starred Christopher's stuffed bear, who had made his first public appearance in the poem "Teddy Bear", published in Punch in 1924 and later in When We Were Very Young. The original toy was a top-of-the-range Alpha Farnell bought at Harrods for Christopher Milne's first birthday, known initially as Edward or Edward Bear, then later rechristened Winnie-the-Pooh (after a favourite bear cub at London zoo). Winnie-the-Pooh was an immediate success and garnered even more enthusiastic reviews than its predecessor, with one critic writing that "When the real Christopher Robin is a little old man, children will find him waiting for them. It is the child's book of the season that seems certain to stay" (Thwaite p. 317). The book was first published in London on 14 October 1926 in an edition of 30,000 regular trade copies.

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        CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES

      LE MAIR. (LE MAIR,H. WILLEBEEK)illus. A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES by Robert Louis Stevenson. Philadelphia: McKay (1926). Oblong 4to (11 1/2 x 9 1/4"), green cloth, pictorial paste-on, Fine in somewhat worn dust wrapper. 1st edition with Le Mair's illustrations (preceding the British edition by several years). Illustrated by Le Mair with pictorial endpapers plus 12 magnificent color plates. This is a beautiful copy.

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        Marazan.

      London: Cassell and Company, 1926. FIRST EDITION. Crown Octavo, pp.319; [1]. In publisher's cyan cloth with black titles stamped to spine and upper board.Heavily abraded black ink ownership inscription to front free endpaper, below a more recent black ink ownership. Very slight reading lean; a little external wear. Very good indeed. Shute's first published novel, in which a commercial pilot helps crack a drug smuggling ring.

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        Archives d\'histoire doctrinale et litteraire du Moyen Age (KONVOLUT aus 32 Bänden/ CONVOLUTE de 32 tomes) - Tome 1 (1926) - Tome 32 (1965).

      Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin; 1926 - 1965. je Band ca. 300 Seiten; chaque tome à 300 pages; gebundene Ausgabe; Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind leicht staubschmutzig; Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 32 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; FRANZÖSISCH! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb

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        Geschichte der] Familie Willerding. - Manuskript.

      (Oldendorf ) 1926 - ca 34x22 cm; 145 Blätter mit 2 handgemalten Wappendarstellungen, zahlreichen eingeklebten Abbildungen, Handschriften und Schreibmaschinendurchschlägen; Originalleinwandeinband mit Deckeltitel (Einband leicht bestoßen) Umfangreiche Zusammenstellung der Familiengeschichte der Familie Willerding teils als Maschinenmanuskript, teils in Handschrift, sowie mit einer eingebundenen umfangreichen Originalhandschrift von Dr. C. A. F. Krämer von 1834 zur Familiengeschichte. Aus dem Familienarchiv der Familie Kreyenberg. 0,000 gr. Genealogie; Heraldik

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        Zur Quantenmechanik II" in Zeitschrift für Physik 35, 1926, pp. 557-615

      FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS OF BORN, HEISENBERG, & JORDAN'S "MONUMENTAL" THREE-MAN PAPER, 'ON QUANTUM MECHANICS II', THE FIRST COMPLETE STATEMENT OF MATRIX MECHANICS (Peacock, Quantum Revolution, 52). In this work, Born, Heisenberg, and Jordan extend the methods Heisenberg presented in his initial 1925 paper and apply them to a number of important problems. "This paper definitively set forth [and first named] matrix mechanics - the version of quantum mechanics based on the algebraic manipulation of matrices that represent observable quantities such as position, momentum, and energy. Detailed calculations showed that the new matrix mechanics was very successful in predicting the anomalous Zeeman Effect, other forms of line splitting, and line intensities. The three authors even produced a new derivation of Planck's Law" (ibid). In the early 1920s there were fundamental difficulties in atomic physics. The quantum theory of atomic structure, founded by Bohr and largely developed by Bohr and Sommerfeld, did not describe the properties of complicated atoms and molecules. "In spite of its high-sounding name and its successful solutions of numerous problems in atomic physics, 'quantum theory', and especially the 'quantum theory' of polyelectronic systems, prior to 1925, was, from the methodological point of view, a lamentable hodgepodge of hypotheses, principles, theorems, and computational recipes rather than a logical consistent theory. Every single quantum-theoretic problem had to be solved first in terms of classical physics; its classical solution had then to pass through the mysterious sieve of the quantum conditions or, as it happened in the majority of cases, the classical solution had to be translated into the language of quanta in conformance with the correspondence principle? In short, quantum theory still lacked two essential characteristics of a full-fledged scientific theory, conceptual autonomy and logical consistency" (Jammer, The Conceptual Development, 196). The work of Heisenberg, Born, and Jordan rectified these issues and marked the "starting point for the new quantum mechanics," also called matrix mechanics (DSB). Heisenberg published his initial paper formulating his new quantum theory in 1925, but without reference to matrices. "Later the same year, Max Born and Pascual Jordan published a second paper that introduced the matrix formulation for the special case of one degree of freedom" (History of Physics: The Wenner Collection). Finally, in early 1926, all three scientists collaborated on a third paper, this 'three-man paper', and extended the theory to an arbitrary number of degrees of freedom. In its final form, they argued, Heisenberg's formulation of the new quantum theory is a matrix algebra of quantum operators that "predicts the radiation resulting from electron state transitions between energy shells in the atom without reference to how the transitions occur" (ibid). CONDITION & DETAILS: Berlin: Vieweg und Springer. Large 8vo. (9 x 6 inches; 225 x 150mm). pp. 557-722. Complete issue, rebacked at the spine and housed in a handsome leather clamshell case gilt-lettered at the spine and on the front board. The front wrap has a red stamp and some minor soiling (see scans). The interior is bright and clean throughout. Very good condition.

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        LE CHARIOT D'OR. Symphonie héroïque. Lithographies en couleurs de Maurice Lalau.

      Paris, Librairie des Amateurs A. Ferroud - F. Ferroud, successeur, 1926 - 1 volume in-8 (20,5 x 15 cm) de 163-(1) pages. 10 lithographies en couleurs dont 8 hors-texte. Reliure plein maroquin chocolat, dos lisse, auteur et titre dorés, tête dorée, non rogné, couvertures conservées (reliure signée M. L. COUDERT). Belle reliure parfaitement exécutée, sobre. Intérieur immaculé. Ornements décoratifs imprimés en 2 couleurs. ÉDITION IMPRIMÉE A 1.050 EXEMPLAIRES. CELUI-CI, 1 DES 70 EXEMPLAIRES SUR JAPON IMPÉRIAL CONTENANT 3 ÉTATS DES LITHOGRAPHIES DONT 1 ÉTAT DÉFINITIF EN COULEURS, 1 ÉTAT EN COULEURS AVEC REMARQUE SUR JAPON ET 1 ÉTAT EN NOIR AVEC REMARQUE SUR PAPIER DE CHINE. Superbe illustration Art Déco de Maurice Lalau pour les très-belles poésies symbolistes du Chariot d'Or d'Albert Samain. Ce recueil a été publié pour la première fois en 1900. Albert Samain (1858-1900) est mort de la phtisie à l'âge de 42 ans. Il fut proche des cercles littéraires à la mode à l'époque : les Hirsutes et les Hydropathes. Il fréquenta assidûment le Chat Noir de Rodolphe Salis où il récite ses poèmes symbolistes. Il fut l'un des fondateurs du Mercure de France. Sa poésie est caractérisée par l'expression d'une très grande sensibilité empreinte de mélancolie. Et mon coeur tout à coup se serre, car j'entends, Comme un bélier sinistre aux murailles du temps, Toujours, le grand bruit sourd de ces flots noirs dans l'ombre. (extrait) Maurice Lalau (1881-1961) a produit de très belles illustrations pour plusieurs éditions de la période Art Déco. Son Tabubu (1928-1932) est l'une des merveilles du genre. TRÈS BEL EXEMPLAIRE DU TIRAGE SUR JAPON RELIÉ PLEIN MAROQUIN. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        EXPRESSIONISMUS UND FILM - Mit 73 Abbildungen und 5 farbigen Tafeln - Den Einband zeichnete Paul Leni

      Berlin: Verlag der Lichtbildbühne, 1926 - 8° - 135pp - 5 Color Plates - 73 Color & B/w reproductions. Expressionism and film by Rudolf Kurtz (1884-1960)German writer, essayist, dramatist, screenwriter and filmpublist. The cover was designed (collage) by Paul Leni (1885-1929) German art director. First edition, text in German language. Original pictorial boards (Paul Leni). In very good condition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: °ART...on paper - 20th Century Art Books]
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        Joaquín Torres García. ( Constructivismo Vanguardias ) primera monografía mundial publicada sobre el artista

      Monografies d'Art ; Editions "Quatre Coses", Barcelona 1926 - Encuadernación rustica con solapas en sobre. Tapa blanda editorial en papel charol naranja. ¿21 pág +36 láminas il. en b y n, sin numerar [72 páginas]. 17,50 x 13 cm Muy buen ejemplar, casi perfecto en planos con pocas señales de uso y levemente desgastado en el papel del lomo. Escaso en comercio y más en este estado de conservación y en comparación a los que se suelen ver pues la edición es, materialmente, muy delicada. Es la primera monografía mundial publicada sobre el artista Joaquín Torres-García, uruguayo-catalán, de cierta importancia debido a que aparecen en ésta, reproducidos, los frescos destruidos del Palau de la Generalitat y que Ráfols había denunciado poco antes en publicaciones periódicas. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Punkt und Linie zu Fläche. Beitrag zur Analyse der malerischen Elemente. Bauhausbücher 9.

      Verlag Albert Langen,, München,, 1926 - Orig. Gelbes -Leinen mit Titel u. typogr. Elementen in Rot, Kopfrotschnitt. Bauhausbücher 9. Schriftleitung: Walter Gropius, L.Moholy-Nagy. 190 S. Erste Ausgabe.Kandinskys theoretisches Hauptwerk und grundlegende Publikation zur modernen Kunstpädagogik. Die Typographie stammt von Herbert Bayer. First Edition 1926. 23,6 x 18,6 cm. Mit 1 Vierfarbendruck, 25 Tafeln u. 102 Figuren im Text. Rücken mit kleinen Einrissen und etwas berieben, fleckig, Seiten gebräunt, insgesamt guter Zustand. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le Mouvement Perpetuel. Poèmes (1920-1924). Avec 2 Dessins de Max Morise.

      Librairie Gallimard 1926 - FIRST EDITION, ONE OF 80 COPIES ON Lafuma-Navarre vélin bouffant paper (from an edition of 265 copies), 2 full-page illustrations, the typographic design to the title-page likely by the author, pp. 38, 4to, original wrappers, repeating title-page design to front, very short split at foot of upper joint, edges roughtrimmed, glassine jacket gently toned as usual and a trifle frayed at foot of backstrip panel, very good. Scarce early work by the poet, this one of the 'exemplaires de presse' mentioned in the limitation (and marked 'Service de Presse' on rear panel). Printed by Maurice Darantière in Dijon, like so much important work of the period - Joyce's 'Ulysses' being the outstanding example.

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        Die Frage der Laienanalyse. Unterredungen mit einem Unparteiischen

      123-[8] pp Leipzig, Wien, Zürich, Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1926, in-8, 123-[8] pp, broché, couverture jaune de l'éditeur, sous emboîtage moderne, Édition originale de la "Question de l'analyse profane", "(...) defense of the lay analysis, in which [Freud] explained the purpose and function of psychoanalysis..." Il manque le faux-titre. Dufresne, Bibliographie des écrits de Freud 1926e. Norman II, F128.

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        Handschriftliche Postkarte. 10 Zeile. Datiert 17. Juli 26. An Willem de Witt. (Berlin-Mariendorf, Kurfürstenstraße 92). Gestempelte Adresse "Erich Mühsam, Charlottenburg Am Lützow 10 Fernspreche Wilhelm 1686". Gestempelt Charlottenburg und Berlin, Rohrpost. Teilt an den Lieben Genossen de Witt mit, daß er und Zensl ihren Besuch verschieben müssen, da er "zu einer für uns geschäftlich existenzwichtigen unaufschiebbaren Besprechung nach Zehlendorf hinauffahren müssen". . Herzliche Grüße auf Wiedersehen Erich Mühsam & Frau".

      Berlin 1926. - Gewicht in Gramm: 900 Willem de Witt war ein niederländischer Ingenieur, der 1929 nach Moskau ging und dort im Rahmen der stalinistischen Säuberungen deportiert und ermordet wurde. ISBN 3882200413 ( ZUZÜGLICH VERSANDKOSTEN )

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