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        Schall, Margarete. - Herbst.

      . Zeichnung / Aquarell & Gouache, um 1926. Von Margarete Schall. 42,0 x 46,5 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Rechts unten in Deckweiß signiert. - Blattrand knickspurig mit Fehlstellen und Einrissen. Mangelhafter Zustand. Margarete Schall (1896 Gelsenkirchen - 1939 Düsseldorf). Eigentlich Maria Margarete Schall. Deutsche Malerin und Grafikerin der Klassischen Moderne. Tochter des Kaufmanns Emil Schall. 1913/14 Besuch der privaten Kunstschule von Lothar von Kunowski in Düsseldorf. 1914-16 Ausbildung zur Zeichenlehrerin an den Staatlichen Zeichenlehrerkursen Düsseldorf (Kunstakademie Düsseldorf). 1916/17 Besuch des Turnseminars des Frauenbildungsvereins in Frankfurt am Main. 1917-20 Kandidatin für das Zeichenlehramt an der Viktoriaschule in Essen, dort ab 1920 Zeichen- und Turnlehrerin, ab 1925 Studienrätin. 1921 Bewerbung am Staatlichen Bauhaus in Weimar; tritt das Studium nicht an. 1922 Malschule Johannes Walther-Kurau zusammen mit Else Lohmann, von der sie 1920 porträtiert wird. 1924 kurzzeitig in Paris, wo sie sich als Malerin und gelegentliches Modell mit ihrer Freundin, der Fotografin Florence Henri ein Atelier teilt. 1927/28 Studium am Bauhaus Dessau bei Josef Albers, Wassily Kandinsky und Paul Klee. In Dessau Freundschaft mit dem Ehepaar Hinnerk und Lou Scheper, desweiteren Anregung der Künstlerin Florence Henri zur Fotografie, die 1928 am Bauhaus fotografische Porträts von ihr anfertigt. 1919-33 an den Ausstellungen des Jungen Rheinlands, der Rheingruppe und der Rheinischen Sezession beteiligt. 1931 Künstlerbund-Ausstellung in Essen, wo die Kritik einen Einfluss von Raoul Dufy konstatiert. Reisen führten sie 1924 nach Italien, 1928 nach Paris (Aufenthalt), 1930 nach Südfrankreich, Südtirol und Korsika, 1932-34 nach Spanien sowie 1935 nach Dänemark, Holland, Österreich und in die Schweiz. Werke unter anderem im Folkwang Museum Essen. Zeigt ihr Frühwerk eine Berührung mit den französischen Fauves, stand sie später stilistisch stärker mit dem Dessauer Bauhaus in Verbindung..

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        Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1926

      John Wisden & Co. 1926 - Sixty-third edition. Original hardback. Some paint blotches to the front, some smudges to spine. Top of page edges soiled. A good copy.

      [Bookseller: Sportspages]
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        Tales of the Angler's Eldorado: New Zealand

      New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1926 - A scarce and desirable Zane Gray work and very much so in a really top dust-jacket First edition, so stated on copyright page (with publisher's code "G-A"). 4to. With over100 photographs by the author and illustrations by Frank E. Phares. viii, [ii], 228 pp. Original dark blue cloth, gilt title on spine and upper cover. Fine copy in clipped pictorial dust-jacket which is fine with only the slightest sunning to the spine. Bruns G181 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Girl from China (Soumay Tcheng)

      Frederick A. Stokes Company, New York 1926 - A very good copy of the presumed first hard cover edition (no explicit edition or printing statement), lacking a dust-jacket. Previous bookshop stamp to front endpaper, with "The Rent of this Book is 10c for 7 Days / 5c per day overdue" stamped to front free endpaper; else the text is wholly unmarked, pristine, and the binding and jacket are bright and fresh in appearance. (This is NOT an ex-library copy.) Wear and fraying at the extremities of the boards, as well as at the crown and base of the spine. Gilt lettering on the front board is still quite bright, while the gilt on the spine has dulled to illegibility. All in all a sharp copy of this rare Van Vorst title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Land of Mist

      U. S. A.: George H Doran Co, 1926. Green cloth boards, black title to front and spine, wear/ribbing to edges, mainly spine and corners, crease to front board. Signed at title page by A Conan Doyle. 285pp slight foxing to bottom corner up to page 20, otherwise text clkean, binding firm. . Signed by Author. First U.S.A. Edition. Hardback. Good +/No Jacket.

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        SPAETANTIKE und KOPTISCHE STOFFE aus Aegyptischen Grabfunden. Staatlichen Museen Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum / Aegyptisches Museum Schliemann-Sammlung.

      Berlino 1926 - Ril. in tela con., cm 33,5X25, pp XIII + 159 , 135 tavv ( 38 a col. inc.) con moltissime ill. in b/n.

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        The Great Gatsby

      London: Chatto & Windus. (1926). First. First English edition. Dark blue cloth gilt, the primary binding (there were two later bindings: tan and light blue, thought to be remainder bindings). Miniscule tear at the crown and a bit of rubbing on the boards, still a very good or better copy lacking the very rare dustwrapper (at the time of publication of the bibliography Bruccoli had not seen one, but we subsequently located and sold it to him). The much rarer first English edition of an American classic with, according to various sources, as few as 1500 to 3000 copies printed versus 20,870 of the American edition. Fitzgerald's perception of the lack of support he received from his English publishers was the source of great consternation to him. According to one source: "On 15 June 1925, William Collins, Fitzgerald's English publisher for This Side of Paradise and The Beautiful and Damned, turned down The Great Gatsby, declaring that "to publish The Great Gatsby would be to reduce the number of his readers rather than to increase them." A rarity. Connolly 100. .

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      1926 - Typed Letter Signed ("Herbert"; with 6-word holograph addition) on Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, Paramount Pictures pictorial letterhead, Long Island City, NY, December 2, 1926. 4to. 1 page. To Jesse Lasky, in New York City: "Enclosed is a letter I received from Percival Wren, the author of BEAU GESTE. I am also sending a copy to Mr. Zukor. I do this not because of any reference to me but rather because of what he says about yourself and Mr. Zukor as American Producers. You once said.that it was your ambition to produce a picture which could be released on the same day and date in every principal city in the world. It is naturally my ambition to direct this picture.What we all did with Beau Geste Proves that we Americans can produce a picture which will appeal equally to every Anglo-Saxon mind in the world."; Paramount Pictures released "Beau Geste" on August 1, 1927, directed by Herbert Brenon. The cast included Ronald Colman, Neil Hamilton, Ralph Forbes and Alice Joyce. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Winnie the Pooh

      E. P. Dutton, 1926. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1926. First Edition, First Printing, in original dust jacket. In Very Good condition, in a Very Good dust jacket. Cloth shows light mottling at the edges and rear board, light edge wear, light rubbing to gilt stamping. Boards faintly bowed outward. The pages are clean, though lightly toned. The last few pages have a gentle crease to their corners. The jacket shows fading, soiling and edge wear. A lovely copy of the first American edition, rare in the original dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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      New York, London: G. P. Putnam's Sons,. 1926. Octavo, pp. [1-2] [i-iv] v-vi 1 [2] 3-326 [327-328: blank] [note: final leaf is a blank],. original red-brown cloth, front and spine panels stamped in yellow.. A bright, near fine copy in very good pictorial dust jacket with. small internal tape mends at spine ends with light show through on. outer surface, 55 mm ragged tear at center of front spine fold which. has been smoothed out and internally mended with tape, and touch of. rubbing to corners. Overall, an attractive example of a jacket rarely. found in superior condition. (#111930). First edition. An early copy of Merritt's second book. Merritt's second book. Although Wentz notes "several printings" and G. Gordon Dewey in FANTASY ADVERTISER, December 1948 notes five "printings," there was but a single printing. "... Putnam had been unable to sell a pitifully small edition of a thousand copies of THE SHIP OF ISHTAR in book form and the sheets for the last three hundred copies were finally purchased by Munsey, and were bound and distributed to readers of ARGOSY-ALL-STORY Magazine." - Sam Moskowitz, Explorers of the Infinite (Cleveland: World, 1963), p. 203. This book is found in numerous variant bindings, no priority established, this copy bound in red-brown mesh weave cloth with yellow stamping and top edge not stained. "... the most fully realized of all his fantasies." - Cawthorn and Moorcock, Fantasy: The 100 Best Books 36. "The most romantic of Merritt's works. Very uneven as a novel. Sometimes fascinating, sometimes dull; pretentious, yet with a knowing wink of humor now and then; finely imagined, if not always executed." - Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1157. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 3-42. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, pp. 130-31. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-246. Bleiler (ed), Supernatural Fiction Writers: Fantasy and Horror, pp. 838- 39. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 559. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 156. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 746. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature III, pp. 1407-11. Tymn (ed), Fantasy Literature, p. 140. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 138. Reginald 10070. Currey, p. 365 (binding C).

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        Les Flibustiers De La Mer Du Sud. Histoire Véridique Racontée Par Le Sieur Raveneau De Lussan Gentilhomme De Fortune. Adptée Par Jean - Paul Alaux Avec Des Bois Gravés Par Gustave Alaux.

      Galion D'Or, Paris 1926 - XVI - 196pp. - 1 mapa plegado y 4 h. Muy ilustrado entre texto con grabados a la madera. En papel de hilo. Edición de 970 ejemplares. Muy buen ejemplar con una muy buena encuadernación en piel. Lomera con nervios. Guardas en seda y enmarcadas. Segunda guarda en papel pintado. Cantos fileteados. Cortes dorados. Y elegante caja de protección con los bordes en piel. Encuadernación firmada por Subirana. Size: 4ºmenor [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Shakespeare and Company, Paris 1926 - Primera edición de 1926 en la cual las editoras de Shakespeare and Company incorporaron las correcciones realizadas por Stuart Gilbert de los errores cometidos en las primeras 7 impresiones. Se trata de un ejemplar con encuadernación de origen en cuero marrón-rojizo con desgaste en lomo y bordes. Con el canto superior de páginas, dorado. Interior impecable. 805 gr.

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      - Date : 1926 Dimensions : 77x107cm Imp : LUCIEN SERRE PARIS Condition : entoilée A Affiche originale entoilée en parfait état.

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        Windsor Farms

      Richmond, Virginia.: Windsor Farms, Incorporated.. 1926.. Attractive lithographed real estate map (black and white and two shades of green) for the planned Richmond, Virginia, community established in the 1920s. Descriptive text on map reads: "Windsor Farms A Residential Development on the James River at Richmond...Henrico Co...Virginia made for Windsor Farms Inc. Richmond Va. by Allen J. Saville, Inc. Engineering and Construction." Map is approximately 32 3/4 x 27 1/2 inches and has been folded, with breaks in the paper at a number of fold intersections, occasionally with modest paper loss. The most significant damage is an eight inch separation along one of the fold lines. Verso of the map is blank. The numerous properties in the development are notated as to size, with many of them featuring a check mark in blue pencil, no doubt indicating that the property has been sold. Scattered about the map are approximately 14 areas denoted in solid green and inscribed with the term "Reserved," thus preserving various areas of habitat within the community. Centrally located on the map is a plot identified as "Community Center"; elsewhere are located several palatial homes on large parcels of land: these are "Nordley," "Virginia House," and "Agecroft Hall" (the last two are sixteenth century English manor houses, dismantled and the materials crated and sent to Windsor Farms where they were reconstructed in the mid-twenties). The Kanawa Canal, the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, and the James River are featured prominently at the bottom of the map. Windsor Farms has retained its identify as a high-end, much sought-after residential community, minutes from downtown or the West End. The vintage map is in good condition, with issues noted. .

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        The Man in the Brown Suit

      UK: The Bodley Head, 1926. 1st Edition 2nd Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good+. The Man in the Brown Suit by Agatha Christie First Edition The Bodley Head 1926. Second Impression (popular edition). No foxing or browning. Small name inscription to fep. Covers VG in original pictorial dust jacket, showing only light wear and not price clipped. Extremely scarce.

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        Kelly's Directory of Devonshire & Cornwall (with coloured maps) 1926 / edited by A. Lindsay Kelly

      London [etc.] : Kelly's Directories Ltd. 1926 - Description: 1v.: (55, xxx, 1281, x, 570p.), illus, fold. maps (col.) ; 26cm. Subjects: Local directories - Reference - Great Britain - England - Devonshire - Devon - Cornwall. Business listings - Private listings. Notes: Separate registers and pagination for Devonshire and Cornwall sections, with a colour, folding map preceding each section. With 55p. of advertisements before Devonshire directory. Good copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Gilt titles to front and rear panels, with advertisements also to panels and spine. Creasing and dust-dulling to spine bands, panel cloth and panel edges. Minor offsetting from the cloth to the prelim. margins - paste-downs are more severely affected. Water staining evident to last few pages of Cornwall section. Text block, reference material and folding maps all fine. 3 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Werners Weltreise. Ein Traum. 14 Bilder Lily Hildberts in Buntpapier geschnitten und beverst von Konrad Gerhard Lohse.

      München, Weihnachten 1926.. Quer 4°. (32) S., 15 (14 + Deckel) ganzseitige Buntpapiercollagen. Illustr. Orig.-Leinen.. 'Meinen beiden kleinen Freunden Werner und Peter Holstein'. - Unikat. - Privater Nachschnitt des Originals 'Klein-Rainers Weltreise' von Lily Hildebrandt in Buntpapiercollage - Stuckvilla II,D33 und S.77; Bilderwelt 604; Cotsen 4807; Slg. Brüggemann II,389; Doderer/Müller Nr.605. - 'Herausragendes künstlerisches Bilderbuch in abstrahierten, plakativen Formen und Farben und damit eines der bedeutendsten Beispiele für das experimentelle Bilderbuch. Dietrich hatte das Buch nachträglich ins Programm genommen und pries es euphorisch: "Ein Bilderbuch, das die moderne Ausdruckstechnik in den Dienst des Kindes stellt und dessen originelle Rhythmen von Farbzusammenstellungen erzieherisch auf das Auge des Kindes wirken"' (Stuckvilla). - Die Hinterglasmalerin Lily Hildebrandt (1887 - 1974) war Schülerin von Adolf Hölzel während seiner Tätigkeit an der Stuttgarter Kunstakademie 1906-1919. Das Bilderbuch hatte sie in dieser Zeit für ihren kleinen Sohn Rainer entworfen. - Deckelcollage etwas beschädigt; fliegendes Vorsatzblatt mit Aufschabungen; gering fleckig.

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        Portrait photograph of John Barrymore, inscribed by Barrymore to Douglas Fairbanks, Jr

      Hollywood: Spurr, [ca. 1926] - Superb, large portrait of the great John Barrymore (1882-1942) by the well- known Hollywood photographer of the the silent era, Melbourne Spurr, inscribed lower right to Douglas Fairbanks, Jr, (whose signature is on the verso), "For 'Doug' Jr with sincerest good wishes from his friend and contemporary John Barrymore 1926." A superb association between two Hollywood legends. Fairbanks' (1909 - 2000) idol, in fact, was none other than John Barrymore (BARRYMORE, JOHN) 13-3/4 x 8-3/4 inches. Bust portrait, in profile, embossed blind stamp of "Spurr / Hollywood" lower right. Backed. Miinor wear, and a few light creases [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Man in the Brown Suit

      The Bodley Head, UK 1926 - The Man in the Brown Suit by Agatha Christie First Edition The Bodley Head 1926. Second Impression (popular edition). No foxing or browning. Small name inscription to fep. Covers VG in original pictorial dust jacket, showing only light wear and not price clipped. Extremely scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Tempest

      London: William Heinemann Ltd.,, 1926. Quarto. Original black cloth, title and decoration to spine and front board. With the dust jacket. Housed in a brown full morocco bookform folding case. With 20 mounted colour plates, and other monochrome illustrations throughout the text. Slight rubbing to ends and corners, some very faint spotting to a few end leaves, a really lovely copy in excellent condition, with the covers smart and square and the gilt still bright. First Rackham edition, presentation copy with an original drawing of Ariel by Rackham to the half title, additionally inscribed, "To our dear friend Mr Royce, from Edith + Arthur Rackham, Christmas 1926". In the 1920s Henry Royce, the motor engineer of Rolls-Royce fame, lived at West Wittering, not far from Rackham's home in Amberley, Sussex.

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        Madhabhadha or Story of Wild Rose: A Play of Five Chapters compiled by his Majesty King Vajiravudha Rama VI of Siam B.E. 2467.

      Self Published, Siam 1926 - 8vo. 94 ff. 16 full page lovely illustrations, all b/w overlaid in gold. Black cloth with gorgeous large gilt rose bush surrounded by decorative gilt border with traditional Oriental symbols. Gilt on spine with Thai writing and decorative gilt rose and emblem. English page posted inside front cover explaining the title, origin and occasion of book's presentation. Title in red and black on title page. In Thai. The illustrations in this work are absolutely magnificent, each being a perfect example of traditional Thai and Siamese art and imagery. Spine starting, some spotting to outside edges of pagers, but book is in good - very good condition. Presented to the celebrants on the occasion of the cremation of the late King of Siam Rama VI, March 24 1929.King Vajiravudha, (1818 - 1925) whose reigning title was Phra Mongkut Klao Chaoyuhua was known for his passionate love of theater. He was educated in England and his great love of literature and poetry in both Thai and English along with his scholastic abilities was later to manifest itself during his reign. Among his lasting achievements were devising a system of transliterating Thai into English and of translating the entire works of Shakespeare into Thai. His passion for traditional Thai theater and ballet left a mass of published scores which form the basis of the study of these arts, even through the present day. His passion was creating literary works for the Siamese theater, with over one thousand poems and plays of romantic and nationalistic themes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Show Boat

      New York: Doubleday, Page & Co.,, 1926. Octavo. Original yellow cloth, spine and front board lettered in black, pictorial endpapers, rubricated title page. With the dust jacket. Housed in the brown slipcase. Ownership signature to the front free endpaper. An exceptional copy in the fresh jacket that has a small repair to the verso of the head of the spine. First edition, first printing of the best-selling novel that inspired the 1927 musical of the same name.

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        The Incredulity of Father Brown

      London: Cassell, 1926. First Edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust jacket; inscribed by Chesterton.

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      1926 - GRAY, Harold. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE, VOLS. 1-9. New York: Cupples & Leon Company (1926-1933). Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in the series. All with very good jackets, some with edge chipping and light soil. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE BUCKING THE WORLD has a small chip to bottom of spine, else the books are in excellent condition, clean and bright. 1. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE 2. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE IN THE CIRCUS 3. LITTLE ORPHAN AND THE HAUNTED HOUSE 4. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE BUCKING THE WORLD 5. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE NEVER SAY DIE! 6. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE SHIPWRECKED 7. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE A WILLING HELPER 8. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE IN COSMIC CITY 9. LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE AND UNCLE DAN The nine books together:

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        The Banner Display'd: Or, an Abridgment of Guillim: Being a Compleat System of Heraldry, in all its Parts . by Samuel Kent .

      London, Printed For T. Cox, 1726-28 1926 - Guillim, John, 1565-1621. Title vignette. '.and above 3, 000 coats inserted, with historical and genealogical accounts of the families therein mentioned. " -- Moules' Bibliotheca heraldica'. , complete in two volumes. Small closed tear to title of vol. 1. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with contrasting wine morocco labels. Uniform gilt-tooling to the spine compartments. An exceptional set - scans &c. On request. 2 Kg. 894 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lonesome Road: Six Plays for the Negro Theatre [Signed]

      New York: Robert M. McBride, 1926. First Edition. An attractive copy of the North Carolina playwright's third book and second book of plays. Notable for including the first appearance in book format of Green's Pulitzer Prize-winning play "In Abraham's Bosom," centered on an African-American farmer from North Carolina whose efforts at self-improvement are thwarted by segregation. The main character attempts to start a school, though once he succeeds at getting one, white people run him out of it and drive him to murder. The play was included in Burns Mantle's The Best Plays of 1926-1927, and starred Charles Sidney Gilpin in its original run on Broadway. Uncommon, particularly in such pleasing shape. WORK p.449. First Printing. Octavo (19.5cm); 3/4 floral-patterned paper over quarter black cloth, with brown paper labels printed in black on spine and front panel; red topstain; dustjacket; 217pp, [1]. Signed by the author in the year of publication on front endpaper: "Sincerely yours, Paul Green - 1926." Faint offsetting to front endpaper, with minor rubbing to board edges and light freckling to topstain; Near Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped, gently sunned at spine, with a few tiny edge nicks and corresponding offsetting to front flap; a Very Good+ to Near Fine example.

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      Country Life, London 1926 - Limited edition, number 99, of 100 copies, 18 mounted colour plates, all signed by the artist in pencil, captioned tissue guards, edges uncut, original cloth, spine skillfully repaired, folio, Country Life, London, [1926] The edition was limited to 550 copies but only those numbered 1-100 were signed by Lionel Edwards on each plate. Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Soldiers' Pay

      Boni 1926 - First Edition, First Printing. The book is in nice condition. The binding is tight, with light wear to the panels. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a collectable copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION with a facsimile dustjacket from the orginal. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian, concerning the Kingdoms and Marvels of the East. Translated and edited with notes, by Colonel sir Henry YULE. In Two Volumes COMPLETE

      John Murray, London, 1926, Hard Cover, Book Condition: Very Good, Third Edition, Illustrated By: Maps and IllustrationsSize: 8vo, No extra postage will be asked for. Original illustrated green cloth with gilt titling on spine, slight wear to title labels. Neat name and date on ffep. Tissue guarded frontis portrait to both volumes. Plates. Folding maps and documents.. Volume I: cii, 462pp. Volume II: xxii, 662pp. Translated and Edited, with notes by Colonel Sir Henry Yule. This Third Edition, revised throughout in the light of recent discoveries by Henri Cordier (of Paris). With a memoir of Henry Yule by his daughter, Amy Frances Yule. Complete in 2 Volumes. With maps and illustrations Contents very clean and tightly bound.

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        Tropical agriculture : the offical journal of the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture [21 volumes : 1926-1948]

      St. Augustine, Trinidad : Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture, [1926-1948], 1926, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formVery good copies in contemporary library bindings of gilt-blocked cloth. Slight suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Minor library marks remain. Provenance: From the University of Liverpool with their bookplate to the front pastedown of each volume. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Description: 21v. Illus. ; 28cm. Subjects: Tropical agriculture - Trinidad - Journal - Periodicals. Agriculture - Tropics - Periodicals. Tropical crops - Periodicals. Agriculture - Periodicals. Includes volumes 3, 5-16, 18-21, 23-26. Also includes supplement to volume 9. Lacking volumes 1,2, 17, & 22. Referenced by: Biological & agricultural index 0006-3177. Referenced by: Bibliography of agriculture 0006-1530. Referenced by: Biological abstracts 0006-3169. Referenced by: Chemical abstracts 0009-2258. Referenced by: Energy information abstracts 0147-6521. Referenced by: Environment abstracts 0093-3287

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        Militärwissenschaftliche und technische Mitteilungen. 57.-67. Jahrgänge, 1926-1936. [10 YEARS. 60 VOLUMES]

      Wien, ?-sterreichischen Bundesministerium für Heerwesen, 1926-36.. Ca. 60 volumes, covering 10 years of publication, bound in 14 hardcover volumes. Thick royal octavo. Over 10,000 pages. Pp. 744; 798; 908; 912; 576; 577-1168; 608; 609-1216; 624; 986, liv; 548; 16, 549-1028; viii, 504; 16, 505-1000. Plus a large number of folding maps and battle plans, many in colour, some with semitransparent overlays; technical illustrations, plans and diagrams, several panoramic views, a 9-panel fold-out illustrated supplement, all bound-in. Illustrated with numerous photographs, drawings, maps, sketches, tables, diagrams, many printed on different paper. With numerous contemporary illustrated advertisements. Hardcover, all volumes are bound in half cloth and boards, not necessarily uniform, various labels, stamps. In fine condition. Overall an excellent interior, exceptionally clean, with most folding maps, some of which are very large indeed, fresh and crisp, practically unused. ~ First edition. A total of about 10,000 pages, covering over a decade of this publication. The set contains the complete runs for the years 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930 (2 bound volumes), 1931 (2 bound volumes), 1932, 1933, 1934 (2 bound volumes), 1936 (2 bound volumes). Without the year 1935. Exceedingly scarce set of important military publication.

      [Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague]
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      New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1926. First Edition. Hardcover. The front hinge is cracked and has been adequately if not professionally repaired at some time with glue. Spine darkened with some wear at head. Lacks the scarce dustwrapper. Good copy and extremely difficult to find signed. A classic humorous ghost story, source of both a successful film starring Cary Grant and Oscar-nominated Roland Young as Topper as well as a television sitcom starring Leo G. Carroll. Interestingly, Stephen Sondheim wrote 11 episodes for Topper's first season. This copy is SIGNED and INSCRIBED by the author "To Doctor Sanman/To help people is the/meaning of Christ." Tuck, THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY: "A meek and henpecked character is haunted by the ghosts of a mischievous girl and her jealous husband, who materialise under most embarrassing circumstances to torment him" (page 401).

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Voyaging Southward from The Strait of Magellan

      New York & London, G. P. Putnam's Sons,, 1926. With illustrations by the author. Quarto. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, twin rule to turn-ins, burgundy endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. Third printing. First published in 1924. Inscribed in pencil on the dedication page to his travelling companion "To my friend Mat Horwitt this "voyage" (so far the only one we've sailed together on) is inscribed - by - me - Rockwell Kent Ausable Forks, March 1929." Memoir of 1922-23 travels in and around Tierra del Fuego.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        North American Indians, Being Letters and Notes on their Manners, Customs, and Conditions... complete in two volumes

      Edinburgh, Scotland: John Grant, 1926. Originally published in London in 1841. Thjis early 20th century edition published in Edinburgh. Complete in two volumes. NOT ex-library. No remainder marks. Approximately 10 x 6.5 inches. Printed by Oliver and Boyd. Bound in gilt tooled three-quarter cherry red morocco, and with handsome patterned paper boards, the paper with a beige background and with red and green devices such as spears or arrows and the pastedowns and FEPs in the same patterned paper. Hubbed spines. Bindings largely unsoiled and quite attractive, though with some rubboing here and there, and the polished morocco with a lovely hand. Unfortunately the front board of Vol. I is completely detached but it is a very clean break and worthy of restoration. Topmost part of both spine heads, 1/8 inch, slightly degraded and fairly minor. With scarcely any trace of shelf pull. T.E.G. With viii and 376 and viii and 370 numbered pages. With 320 plates, as called for, carefully engraved from the author's original paintings. Most plates full-page, some half-page. Plus splendid, color fold-out map in fine condition opposite page 1 of Vol. I and fine color frontispeice map in Vol. II. No inscriptions, signatures, labels, bookplate, underlining, highlighting, or other marks observed. A hint of age toning to all pages of both volumes, quite minor. Else a remarkably clean set of two volumes and a handsome addition to any library shelf on Catlin art or the Indians of North America. Downgraded to Very Good Minus condition owing to the detached board and priced accordingly.. Three-Quarter Leather. Very Good Minus. Illus. by Catlin, George. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

      [Bookseller: Marc Sena Carrel]
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        Paramount Pep Club Yearbook 1926

      Paramount Pictures, New York 1926 - A wonderful find. The official Paramount Pictures release to it's closest boosters. 128 numbered pages plus numerous unnumbered pages with tipped in 4.5" x 6.5" sepia tone photos of Paramount Studios biggest stars and top executives (including Studio founder Adolf Zukor, Louise Brooks, Harold Lloyd, Gloria Swanson, Pola Negri, Richard Dix, Bebe Daniels, Adolfe Menjou, W.C. Fields, Wallace Beery, Clara Bow and some less known stars). Book also features information about Paramount's projects and history plus industry advertisements. 1926 Paramount Pep Club Inc. copyright. The club was a group of several hundred and the press run was probably just enough to distribute a copy to each member. This particular copy was for Catherine Minor, who's name is embossed on the cover in gold. Aside from some general shelf wear and some minor scratching on the cover, this copy is in tremendous shape. Pages are pristine, with the exception of 1" tears on the bottom of 2 or 3 pages, which apparently happened as the pages were being turned. Laid in the book is an 8x10 glossy photograph of Billy DeWolf, inscribed "To Catherine E. Minor, With every sincere good wish- Billy DeWolf". Photograph has a vertical fold 7/8" from right edge, and has 3/4" tear near bottom right corner. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jusara Book Shop]
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      . Deutsch. Z 2-; Einbandbroschuren m. Alters- u. Gebrauchsspuren, Name a. d. Titel, gesamthaft bis ordentlich erhalten, ansprechende Ausgabe - selten.. Willgeroth, Gustav: Die Mecklenburg-Schwerinischen Pfarren seit dem dreißigjährigen Kriege. Mit Anmerkungen über die früheren Pastoren seit der Reformation. 12 / 2 Bände: 10 Lieferungen (= Bände), 1 Anhang (1926) / 1 Ergänzungsband 1937 (=Gustav Willgeroth +) / 2 Ergänzungshefte / EIGENHÄNDIG GESCHRIEBENE POSTKARTE VON GUTSTAV WILLGEROTH. Wismar, Im Selbstverlage des Verfassers (bzw. von Willgeroths Erben), 1924 - 1937, 1983. Kartoniert, 8°; zus. 1776 S. (inkl. Anhang), 176 S. u. 1 fotogr. Titelportrait. Ergänzt durch die Nachträge: Die Pfarren des Kirchenkreises Rostock-Stadt von 1933 bis 1982. Schwerin, 1983 (OBroschur, 8°; 50 S. / Die Pfarren des Kirchenkreises Rostock-Land von 1933 bis 1980. OBroschur, 8°; 54 S. // Eigenhändig geschriebene Postkarte, mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift Gustav Willgeroth, Wismar, 8. Sept. 1924 (Tinte) ++ bezieht sich auf eine Anfrage zur Familienforschung ++ Seltene, komplette Originalausgabe, das eine Überarbeitung des Werkes 'Unsere Landesgeistlichen von 1810 bis 1888. Biographische Skizzen ....' von Friedrich Walter (1889). " hervorgegangen ist.

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        Autograph letter signed „Freud". On the verso an ALS (1 page) by his wife Martha Freud to the same recipient.

      n.p., 14. X. 1926. - 8vo. 1 page. A significantunpublished one-page autograph letter signed by Sigmund Freud, October 14th 1926. Freud comforts a woman who, it appears, is suffering from cancer; Freud himselfhad been sufferingsince 1923 from cancer of the jaw.He opens, "Dear woman, Please do not interpret my long silence as a lack of empathy onmy part! I can absolutely identify with everything such an event engenders, I just find it very difficult to put my feelings into words, particularly as one who is no longer enjoying life in its fullness, and as one who certainly doesn’t count himself entirely among the living." He goes on, "You perhaps are unable to fathom the degree to which this condition changes a person’s general outlook in regard to everything in this world. I am not trying to console you, and do not wish to disturb your legitimate grief, I only offer my heartfelt regards as your kin. Yours devotedly, Freud."To the reverse is the last page of a letter from Freud’s wife, Martha, to the same recipient – the first page of Martha’s letter was undoubtedly written on an integral leaf that isno longer present.Martha Freud writes, in part, "I would love to learn, dear Hanna, how you are doing now,whether it is possible for you to work professionally, and whether you are still living by yourself in that large house I have not visited Hamburg in exactly two years, but in our hearts we are close and enjoy our deep friendship despite the great distance between us. For today I remain with best wishes and a heartfelt embrace. Your loyal, Martha Freud." In very fine condition.Freud wrote widely on the subject of death. Ahead of his death drive theory, set out inBeyond the Pleasure Principle (1920), Freud wrote in 1915, "It is indeed impossible to imagine our own death; and whenever we attempt to do so we can perceive that we are in fact still present as spectators. At bottom no one believes in his own death In the unconscious every one of us is convinced of his own immortality."In the context ofFreud’s own writings on the subject, one might thenpresume that Freudchooseshis wordscarefully whendescribing himself as "(not) entirely among the living".A moving insight into Freud’s thoughts on his own mortality thatis unknown to scholars. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        "Merry Xmas"

      (1926). Original artwork, pencil and watercolor on paper. Measuring 17.75" x 15". Some chipping along the bottom edge and left-hand side with a few closed tears, mounted onto the remnants of an illustration board, but still in very good condition. Humorous scene of men and boys in a Model-T racing down a country road and almost hitting a rooster. Apparently produced by Cummings as a Christmas gift with his Inscription in the lower right-hand corner: "Merry Xmas from A.B. + E.E.C. 1926." "A. B." most likely refers to Anne Barton, Cummings' second wife. Lopez #1253. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Sun Also Rises

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1926 - First Edition, First Printing. A REVIEW COPY with the rare publisher's review slip indicating that the book would be published October 22, with a $2.00 price. This book is one of the earliest copies printed and is a First Issue with the Scribner's seal printed on the copyright page and on page 181 "stoppped" is spelled incorrectly with three p's instead of two. The book is great shape. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning with some wear to the spine label and boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION with the Scribner's Review Slip making it unique copy. Includes a beautiful facsimile dustjacket from the original. We buy Ernest Hemingway First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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