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        The Portrait of a Generation

      [Paris, Contact Press,, 1926]. Octavo. Contemporary green and white Japanese vellum, titles to upper board gilt, original buff wrappers printed in brown bound in. Spine a little rubbed but an excellent copy. First edition, first printing. One of 210 copies. Probably bound for McAlmon himself being very much in his personal style. A small vintage photograph is tipped in at the front showing Noguchi's bust of McAlmon.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE EATER OF DARKNESS

      [Paris: Contact Editions,. 1926]. Octavo, pp. [i-xv] xvi [1] 2-179 [180: blank] [181: printer's imprint] [182-184: blank] [note: paper wrapper folded over first and last leaves; leaf preceding half title leaf is a blank],. original marbled paper wrappers, printed paper labels affixed to front and spine panels.. 7 mm chip from head of spine panel, light wear to tail of spine. panel, several tiny closed tears to fore edge of front wrapper, else. a fine copy. A very attractive copy of a scarce, fragile book. (#9837). First edition. The author's first book, "an ignored minor masterpiece of antirealistic fiction, a novel that deserves the attention of all students of fantasy literature." - Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature I, pp. 463. Coates' novel "quite brilliantly applies a wide arsenal of literary devices, some of them surrealistic, to the exaggeratedly spoof-like tale of a master criminal and his absurd super-weapon, which sees through solids and applies remote-control heat to kill people invisibly; beneath the spoofing and the cosmopolitan style lies a sense of horror." - Clute and Nicholls (eds), The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (1993), p. 239. Anatomy of Wonder (1981) 2-16; (1987) 2-18; (1995) 2-20; and (2004) II- 267. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 438. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 54. Bleiler (1978), p. 45. Reginald 03107.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        John Retcliffe's historische Romane bearbeitet und herausgegeben von Barthel-Winkler. Komplett in 35 Bänden. Bände 1-3) Nena Sahib. Kpl. in 3 Bänden. 4) Die Abenteurer der Sonora. 5) Zu den Quellen des Buenaventura. 6) Goldfieber. 7) Die Wölfin von Skadar. 8) Das Testament Peters des Großen. 9) Um das schwarze Meer. 10) Sewastopol. 11) Adda und Edda. 12) Auf heisser Erde. 13) Die Eisprinzessin. 14) Die Assassinen. 15) Garibaldi. 16) Die Venus von Rom. 17) Magenta und Solferino. 18) Capitana Maria. 19) Die Donner von Gaeta. 20) Das Kreuz von Savoyen. 21) Die Totengräber von Paris. 22) Bomben vor der Oper. 23) Stirb Orsini. 24) 1848. 25) Im Hexenkessel. 26) Barrikaden in Wien. 27) Zigeuner und Pandur. 28) Der Gang nach Villafranca. 29) Flamme

      Retcliffe-Verlag: Radebeul bei Dresden 1926 ff. - Abent Uniforme orangefarbene Originalleinenbände mit den goldgeprägten Deckel- und Rückentiteln sowie dem goldgeprägtem "Stern". Bis auf wenige Bände gut erhalten, teilweise sogar sehr schön erhaltene Ausgaben. Vorliegende Werkausgabe wurde komplett mit farbigen Schutzumschlagkopien versehen. Zu den Erhaltungszuständen der einzelnen Bände 1-3) Nena Sahib. Kpl. in 3 Bänden: Schöne Exemplare. 4) Die Abenteurer der Sonora: Seiten 35,101,161-164 mit Stiftspuren in Tinte. 8 Seiten gering fleckig. 5) Zu den Quellen des Buenaventura: Vorsatz mit Namensstempel, im Fußschnitt Seiten 219-260 braunfleckig. 6) Goldfieber: Vorsatz mit Namenszug, im Randbereich wenig braunfleckig. 7) Die Wölfin von Skadar: Einband gewellt, hinterer Deckel unschön feuchtrandig. 8) Das Testament Peters des Großen: Hint.Außengelenk oben 2 cm eingerissen. Im oberen Drittel durchgehend gewellt und die Ecke feuchtrandig., 6 Seiten wenig stockfleckig. 9) Um das schwarze Meer: Vord. Innengelenk gebrochen, leicht muffig riechend, Einband wenig angestaubt, innen sauber. 10) Sewastopol: Vord. Innengelenk locker, Vortitel gebräunt, ca. 10 Seiten wenig fleckig. 11) Adda und Edda: Hinteres Aussengelenk geplatzt, Rücken einseitig gelöst, vorderes Innengelenk gebrochen. 12) Auf heisser Erde: Reste eines Namenszuges auf Vorsatz, Vord. Aussengelenk 2cm eingerissen, innen sauber. 13) Die Eisprinzessin: Sehr schön. 14) Die Assassinen: Leihbüchereiex. schlecht erhalten. 15) Garibaldi: S.199/200 min. Eckfehlstelle, wenig schiefgelesen, S.64, 65, 155 und 237 min fleckig. 16) Die Venus von Rom: Kapitale min. berieben. Seiten 22 und 295 mit kleinem Randeinriss, ca. 10 Seiten wenig fleckig. 17) Magenta und Solferino: Hint.Außengelenk oben 0,5cm eingerissen, sehr sauber. 18) Capitana Maria: Seite 49/50 zu zwei Dritteln abgerissen, Vord. Aussengelenk 1 cm angerissen, Kapital 0,5cm eingerissen. 19) Die Donner von Gaeta:8 S. gering fleckig. 20) Das Kreuz von Savoyen: Die erste Buchhälfte im oberen Schnitt gering feuchtrandig oder gewellt. 21) Die Totengräber von Paris. Wohlerhalten. 22) Bomben vor der Oper. Hinterer Deckel minimal weißfleckig, wenige Seiten mit kleinen Fleckchen. 23) Stirb Orsini. S.17 und 100 mit kleinen Braunflecken, insgesamt sehr sauber. 24) 1848: S.362-4 gering fingerfleckig, sonst sehr sauber. 25) Im Hexenkessel: S.254-9 gering braunfl., Sonst sehr sauber. 26) Barrikaden in Wien: Im Seitenschnitt min. fl., innen sehr sauber. 27) Zigeuner und Pandur: Kapitale best. 28) Der Gang nach Villafranca: S. 343 Randeinriss, 6S.min.fl., Oberes Kapital bestoßen. 29) Flammen im Osten: Leicht schiefgelesen, 3 S. min.fleckig, 1cm Einriss vorderes Aussengelenk. 30) Das Geheimnis des Weissen Adlers: Wenig schiefgelesen, S. 160 und 195 geringst fl., Kapitale min. best. 31) Der Schmuggler von Biaritz: 5 S. geringst fleckig, Einband min. angestaubt. 32) Don Juan de Lerida: Sehr sauber, tadellos. 33) Drache und Bär: Sehr schön und sauber. 34) Lieben und Sterben: S.147 und 191 min. fl, sehr schön. 35) Um die Weltherrschaft: tadellos. 8897

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat und Buchhandlung Carl Wegner]
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        The Portrait of a Generation, including The Revolving Mirror.

      Contact Editions, Three Mountains Press. Paris 1926 - First Edition, limited to 200 copies. Original printed French style fold-in wrappers. Scarce collection of poetry by a central figure in the expatriate literary circle of Paris that included James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway. McAlmon founded Contact editions. Very Good or better tightly bound and straight edged copy with moderate foxing to panels and page edges. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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        900" Cahiers d'Italie et d'Europe. Fondateurs: Massimo Bontempelli, Curzio Malaparte.

      La Voce, Rome, Florence, 1926 - 4 vol. (de 5) Rome, Florence, La Voce 1926-1927. In-8°. 208 p., 4 ff.; 208 p., 6 ff.; 208 p. 7 ff.; 208 p. Illustrations par Oppo, Conti, Lydis, Rosai, Biagini, Picasso, Carrà, Ferrazzi, Checchi, Campigli. George Grosz, Pannaggi Cartonnages d'éditeur jaune, beige, vert et rouge. Edition originale de 4 des 5 numéros de cet revue programmatique, fondatrice du realisme magique. 1/300 exemplairs de luxe, relié à la Bodoni et sur un papier plus agréable que l'édition courante. Bontempelli réclame dans la préface: "Quand nous aurons réussi à croire de nouveau à un Temps et un Espace objectifs et absolus, s'éloignant de l'homme à l'infini, ce sera chose aisée que de séparer la matière de l'esprit, et de recommencer à combiner les variations innombrables de leurs harmonies." - Tous les articles en langue française. Avec la participation de Bontempelli, Mac Orlan, Barilli, Alvaro Gomez de la Serna, Soupault, Georg Kaiser, Emilio Cecchi, Aniante, Slari, James Joyce, Ivan Goll , Campanile, Spaini, Mouratoff, Nino Frank, Alberto Cecchi, Max Jacob, Oppo, Ribemont-Dessaignes, Bruno Barilli, Blaise Cendrares (sic!), Corrado Alvaro, Chmielioff, Robert Mc Almon, Cesare Giardini, J. Evola Francesco Rocci, Fargue, Delteil, Ehrenbourg, Marinetti, Moravia, Ehrenstein, Hellens, Malraux. Le vol. 4 avec un essai d'Ivan Goll sur George Grosz accompagné 6 dessins. - Petit manque à la coiffe du premier volume, sinons, à part de quelques petits rousseurs en bot état. Rare en édition de luxe. Sprache: Französisch Cartonnages d'éditeur jaune, beige, vert et rouge. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        The Eater of Darkness :–

      [Paris: Contact Editions,, 1926]. Octavo. Original marbled wrappers, printed paper labels to spine and upper wrapper. Very lightly rubbed. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression of the author's first book.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        MARK TWAIN Versus THE STREET RAILWAY CO. MARK TWAIN ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL FOR THE BOOK MARK TWAIN versus THE STREET RAILWAY CO

      The original material used by John S. Mayfield in publishing his book, Mark Twain Versus The Street Railway Company (np. 1926) The letters and documents comprising the manuscript are all tipped into a first edition copy of Mark Twain's Autobiography (New York, 1924; Harper ad Brothers). Two volumes large octavo, dust jackets and original box. The material consists of the following items: 1. Autograph letter signed by Mark Twain, 2 pages on black bordered stationary, dated May 5, 1906, to Owen Root, Jr. General Manager of the railway company. Twain eloquently states that his daughters are "frequently robbed by conductors on the surface lines" and that this time his eldest daughter took note of "the thief's" number and the time and place of the incident. 2. Autograph letter signed "S.L. Clemens," 2 pages on black bordered stationary dated May 13, 1906, to Owen Root, Jr. General Manager of the railway company. Twain replies to the Owen Root letter of May 9, 1906 (in full): "Dear Sir: I thank you very much for the trouble you have taken in investigating the complain I entered, and acknowledge with thanks the receipt of stamps amounting to 20 cents. The conductor against whom that charge can be made only once in two years must be a valuable man, and I should be the last one to wish to get him into trouble. Yours Very Truly/S.L. Clemens" ("To Owen Root, Jr., Esq.") 3. Autograph letter signed "Clemens" to James Redpath, 1 page, dated June 14, 1871. Twain writes that he is "hard at work" on a book similar to the Innocents (The Innocents Abroad). 4. Autograph letter signed "Mark" to James Redpath, 1 page dated May 15, 1873. Twain writes to his friend that he is sailing in the Batavia (for London) on Saturday and gives his London address. 5. Autograph signatures of Twain "S.L. Clemens/Mark Twain" tipped into one of the preliminaries of volume one. 6. Black-bordered card tipped onto the title page of volume two: "Mr. S.L. Clemens, 21 Fifth Avenue." 7. Carbon copy of a type letter from Owen Root, Jr., V-P and General Manager of the railway company to Mark Twain, 2 pages dated May 9, 1906; Mr. Root apologizes to Mr. Twain and acknowledges that his conductor may have been mistaken. Mr. Root encloses 20 cents in stamps to reimburse Miss Clemens for change she should have received. 8. Autograph document signed (an affidavit) by John Burgess, the conductor involved in the incident; 3 pages dated May 1, 1906. The affidavit is accompanied by a TLS by the Division General Foreman, dated May 8, 1906, explaining his interview with the accused conductor; a map is attached to rear paste-down. 9. Autograph letter signed to Herbert S. Stone, from E.C. Stedman, 2 pages dated March 13, 1894. The letter concerns a Poe item in Stedman's possession, about which an article has appeared in the newspaper. Stedman tells Stone that he has found the other Poe like his-the only other one. It is The Tale of the Ragged Mountains, and W.E. Benjamin had it, but sold it to a customer for $500. 10. Autograph letter signed to Chauncey M. Depew (of Cambridge) from E.C. Stedman, April 17, 1888. Stedman writes that his and Depew's remarks against demands for "brain-testing" he is giving his friend, the editor of The Youths Companion, a letter to Depew (from a 3rd party). Stedman adds, "for I suspect that you would rather write a paper for the youngsters than to do anything else out of railroading ad politics." 11. A printed letter signed by the author, George Washington Cable, to Edmund C. Stedman [n.p., n.d.], saying hat it had been agreed among some 150 friends of Twain to write to him asking for his autograph. These letters would be mailed so that all would reach Twain on April 1st and would constitute an April Fool's Joke; none of the letters would contain a self-addressed stamped envelope. This Aprils Fool's joke includes the envelope postmarked March 29, 1884. 12. A first edition of the book Mark Twain vs. The Street Railway Company, (n.p. 1926). BAL 3540 All the abov.

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        Smoky

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons (Re-printed Sept. 1926) - 8vo. Green cloth with title stamped in black and a horse’s head stamped in red. 310 pp. Illustrated with drawings by the author. The DJ is not price-clipped. It shows light dusting, a few small closed tears, and general wear to the spine ends and corners. A small bump is at the lower edge of the front panel. Inscribed and signed by the author on the ffep: "To Alice Lewis—Sincerely. Will James III-'26." Beneath the inscription is a pen-and-ink drawing of a galloping horse, measuring approximately 3 ½ in x 2 ½ in. This copy is in an un-restored DJ which is in better condition than usually found. Early printings of this title signed are quite uncommon; inscribed and signed copies are even more uncommon; but an early copy signed, inscribed, and with an original drawing are quite rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Catalogue of the Edward E. Ayer Ornithological Library [2 Vols., 1926 1st Edition]

      Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago 1926 - Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1926. First Editions [2 volumes, Part I and Part II]. Original wrappers bound in. 8vo, modern buckram boards, spine lettered in gilt. Fine, flawless, including the original wrappers bound in, which look virtually as they must have when first printed. Probably the finest surviving set of the original masterwork by Edward Ayer, assembled by John Todd Zimmer for the Field Museum one year before Ayer's death. Ayer is described by the Museum as one who has been the "principal benefactor" of its library. His personal financial endowments were just part of that; his own accumulated book and print collections became the source for much of that library's essence. "His particular interest in the continuous development of the Ayer Ornithology Library during Ayer's lifetime was driven by his desire that it should be among the foremost collections of its kind. His success in achieving this goal became evident in the year before his death when the Museum published John Todd Zimmer's Catalogue of the Edward E. Ayer Ornithological Library (Chicago, 1926). This classic of ornithological bibliography clearly confirmed the Ayer Collection as one of the finest in the world." - From the Field Museum online site. An exceptional, pristine set. L-40n [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Singularity Rare & Fine]
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        LE POÈTE ASSASSINÉ.

      - Paris, Au sans pareil, 1926, 23x29. Broché, sous couverture et emboîtage illustrés. Dos lisse portant le titre en lettre noires. Premier plat richement illustré en rouge et portant le titre et l'auteur en lettres noires. Tirage à 470 exemplaires, celui-ci est l'un des 30 exemplaires sur vélin de Hollande van Gelder (après 20 vélin et 30 japon). Il est accompagné d'une suite des gravures sur ancien papier à la forme de Japon. Ouvrage somptueux et en parfait état. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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        ALL THE SAD YOUNG MEN

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926.. Green cloth, lettered in gilt and blind. Expert restorations to spine extremities and joints, light foxing to prelims, small discoloration at top edge of first several leaves, but a good, sound copy. Half morocco slipcase. First edition of this collection of short stories (presumably the earliest printing, with no signs of type deterioration on pages 38, 90 and 248). Inscribed by Fitzgerald on the front free endsheet: "For Anne Ober [/] Hoping that none of her descendents will be sad young men [/] F. Scott Fitzgerald." With the ink signature of Harold Ober on the opposite pastedown. Harold Ober served as F. Scott Fitzgerald's literary agent beginning in November 1919, and until the end of Fitzgerald's career, as his confidant and friend. Anne and Harold Ober were particularly significant in providing support for Scottie Fitzgerald after Zelda was hospitalized. There are a few small pencil notes in the table of contents. A fine association copy. BRUCCOLI A12.I.A.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        All the Sad Young Men

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1926. First. First edition, first issue. Two owner's names on the front endpapers, else a fine, bright copy in an attractive, just about fine dustwrapper with a couple of tiny nicks at the corners of the crown. The figure on the jacket has only nominally "battered" lips, supposedly an indication that it was printed early in the run. A lovely copy. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        ALL THE SAD YOUNG MEN

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926.. Green cloth, stamped in gilt. First edition, probable first printing, with no signs of type wear at the three points in the text cited by Bruccoli (the first three printings are not formally distinguished). Neat, April 1926 gift inscription on free endsheet, small bookseller's ticket at corner of free endsheet, otherwise a fine, bright copy, in very good, slightly spine darkened dust jacket with shallow fraying at crown of spine, slight cracking toward toe of upper fold, and a minor spot. The flapper's lips on the front panel of the dust jacket show signs of batter. Half morocco folding case. BRUCCOLI A12.I.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Corps perdu. Roman orné d'illustrations et de deux pointes sèches hors texte de Jean Lurçat.

      Paris, Au sans pareil 1926 - Livre épuisé 14,5 x 19,5 cm, broché, couverture bleue rempliée, 107 pp., 5 f. non paginés + double suite des illustrations. Publiée l'année de son exclusion du mouvement surréaliste, cette première version du roman "Coeur d'or" est souvent comparée à Nadja d'André Breton. Très belle illustration de Lurçat. Condition : Edition originale, l'un des 20 ex. num. du tirage de tête imprimés sur vélin de cuve et réservés aux Amis du Sans Pareil avec double suite des illustrations et des deux pointes sèches de Jean Lurçat imprimées sur papier Hollande et Japon. Exemplaire nominatif de Robert Coulouma qui fut chargé de l'impression de l'ouvrage. Dos et couv. fanés (comme souvent) sinon très bel état. 250g. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Faustroll]
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        Fumeurs d'opium.

      - Broché couverture rempliée, sous emboitage, 27X22 cm, 1926, 318 pages, eaux-fortes et vignettes par Henri le Riche, édition imprimée sur vélin de cuves du marais, fabriqué spécialement à la main et filigrané d'un dessin de Henri le Riche limitée stictement à 152 exemplaires tous paraphés par l'éditeur, un des 130 exemplaires numérotés contenant les eaux-fortes en noir et une suite avec remarques tirée en sanguine, éditions J. Ter. Bel exemplaire très frais. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Latulu]
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        Satanu. Basen. (Satan. A Poem)

      Prague: The artist (Vrsovice: L.P.) 1926 - Published in an edition of 17 copies, this is a highly dramatic work illustrating the eponymous poem by Carducci (1835-1907), noted poet, historian and politician. SATANU is a magnificent work in large format (59 x 34 cm) with 11 full-page hand-colored woodcuts and 3 smaller linocuts, also in color. Váchal made the paper by hand, created the 1000 printed characters of his own making, and printed it in his studio in the Prague district of Vrsovice. The book is signed in the colophon and numbered by three thumbprints and four fingerprints, making this the seventh copy. Vachal presents us with a series of visual meditations that are some of his strongest, including an abstraction with alchemical symbols and possibly one of the most remarkable busts of the Lord of Darkness in the frontispiece. The artist was a lover of fine literature and poetry, and Carducci provides ample catalytic power in his strong declaration of free thought and personal autonomy for the individual. This book was published in the period of what could be considered the zenith of Váchal’s output (1918-1933) and is one of his undisputed masterworks. This copy is unbound as issued. There is light offsetting as usual on the Title. This book was handmade by Váchal and, as was his general custom, issued in loose sheets to his buyers who would take it as is and have them bound if desired. Váchal did not normally bind his private printing, doing so in very few cases such as with the mammoth ŠUMAVA, and even then only three or four out of the full edition of eleven. Each of Váchal´s private works may be considered unique and differ from the works destined for larger publication which were normally bound and more consistent (“larger” publications usually ran between 75 and 150 copies). Often one finds slight variations between one and another copy, just as his work was subject to spontaneous elements ad libitum. It is unquestionably noted as a book production in the catalogue raisonné. References: JOSEF VÁCHAL, a catalogue raisonné. Prague: Argestea, 1994. Catalogue K20, page 457; illustrated pp. 331-333. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Michael Fagan Fine Art & Rare Books]
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        The History of Spiritualism. Two Volumes.

      Cassell and Company, Ltd., London 1926 - First Edition. 8vo; 342pp; 342pp; (includes 33-page index); blue gilt- stamped cloth, grey dust jackets printed in black. Volume I with Eight Plates; Volume II with Eight Plates. Books are fine except for a bit of foxing to half-title of Vol. I. Jackets a trifle sunned at spines and a bit rubbed, some small chips to top of spine of each jacket, no bigger than 1/4", still very good. An unusually nice set. Much material on Shakers - see Index. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis Inc., ABAA]
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        The History of Spiritualism

      George H. Doran Co. New York (1926) - First American Edition. Two Volumes, original blue cloth, tall octavo, illustrated. Doyle's two volume survey of the Spiritualism movement and the author's most comprehensive work on the subject. "Doyle has brought to bear all of his remarkable powers of narration, concentration and historical accuracy. The result is he has produced what must ever remain the standard history of the great subject of spiritualism and the supernatural". This copy with a vintage postcard laid in of the Fox House, the children of the house would become known as the earliest spiritualists. An extremely scarce Doyle set to be found in original printed dustjackets. Very Good or Near Fine, some foxing to page edges, in Very Good dustjackets, shallow chips at lower spine end of volume one jacket, some darkening to spine, volume two jacket with some shallow spine end chips and some red coloring to front panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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        The Land Of Mist

      New York, George H. Doran Company 1926., 1926. First US Edition. 8vo. Near fine in publisher's green cloth with titles in black to spine and front board. Some residue remains of a white paper label that appears to have been fixed to the lower edge of the front board, aprt from this residue and a slight bump to the upper right hand corner the book is exceptionally clean and lovely. Slight spotting to the page edges, the book is clad in a lovely example of the fragile dustwrapper, wear to extremities and chipping to the top right hand corner of the front panel and to the base of the spine, otherwise unfaded and bright, some slight toning to the green and cream rear panel and spine but the virtues far outweigh the shortcomings. Scarce in the wrapper and even scarcer in a wrapper that doesn't look like it heaved itself down the Amazon wracked with yellow fever and babbling about dinosaurs. The third story in the series featuring Professor George Challenger, one of the most memorable characters in speculative fiction. Doyle's other great character beside Sherlock Holmes, Challenger had already starred in two novels 'The Lost World' (1912), and 'The Poison Belt' (1913) and would later appear in 'When the World Screamed' and 'The Disintegration Machine'; Brilliant, witty, insufferable, and blessed with a booming voice and a huge black beard, Challenger is an eccentric and able champion of the human race. Given the author's preoccupation with Spritism at this time, 'The Land of Mist' turned out to be a psychic adventure. Green and Gibson; A Bibliography of Arthur Conan Doyle.

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        ALBUM MERAVELLA LLIBRE DE PRODIGIS D'ART I NATURA . 5 Volums En 4 Tomos.

      - Centre Muntanyenc Barcelonés. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Estado de conservación: Excelente. Conserva las tapas originals.Barcelona. Centre Muntanyenc Barcelonés. 1926-1936. 28X20. Tela. 6 Volums. Vol 1: Comarques de l'interior de Catalunya i Comarques confinats amb el Mediterrani, 326Pág+2h. Vol 2: Interior i extrem nord occidental de Catalunya, 372Pág+3h. Vol 3: Principat d'Andorra, 70Pág+2h. Vol 4: El sud de Catalunya, 328Pág+2h. Vol 5: Comarques de l'interior i de la part Nord-Oest de Catalunya, 382Pág+2h [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Typescripts with Author's Corrections for Two or Three Graces.

      - 103ff. typed carbon sheets comprising the typescripts for the complete contents of Huxley's 1926 collection, Two or Three Graces. In addition to the title novella, the collection contains three shorter stories: "The Monocle," "Fairy Godmother," and "Half-Holiday." This is likely the setting copy for the book, as some of the pencil notations are concerned with matters of font selection and page breaks; also, it has the Little & Ives receipt stamp on the verso of page 4, showing it as being received on 8 December 1925. Huxley composed almost all of his works on the typewriter, and these typescripts show the author's changes in black and red pen, as well as an editor's annotations in pencil for the printer. The title of "Fairy Godmother" was changed by Huxley, and the first page of the story has a slip from the publisher tipped into the margin. Housed in a specially-made, folding cloth chemise and a green morocco-backed slipcase. Some edgewear is present to the thin typing paper, and a marginal tear to page 74 has resulted in slight text loss. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers, Inc., ABAA]
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        Les Vits imaginaires

      Place des Erections, S.L. 1926 - Edition originale de ces neuf poèmes érotiques, illustrés par DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC d'une empreinte en brun pour le titre, d'une illustration à la justification, de 5 culs de lampe et de 2 gravures à la pointes-sèches hors texte. Tirage unique à 250 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé, celui-ci avec un ENVOI autographe le l'auteur, signé de son pseudonyme. La couverture est pudiquement intitulée " Vies ", la page de titre étant plus explicative. Fils de l'historien d'art Roger Marx qui, dés 1900, défendait Bonnard et Vuillard, Claude Roger-Marx est l'auteur de nombreuses études sur Jongkind, Daumier, Redon, Toulouse-Lautrec et bien d'autres. Les gravures qui illustrent ce petit livre sont les deux seules planches érotiques de Dunoyer de Segonzac. (Pia 1526-1527). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Episoden des Untergangs.

      - Heidelberg, Merlin-Verlag (1926). 32,7 : 25 cm. 138,(2) S. Mit Titelzeichnung, Initiale, 26 Illustrationen nach Federzeichnungen u. 1 sign. Orig.-Lithographie. Dunkelroter Orig.-Ganzlederband mit Einbandvignette u. RTitel in Gold, KGoldschnitt. Horodisch 119. - Raabe 302. - Marks A 92. - Eines von 20 Exemplaren (Nr. 8) der ABSOLUTEN VORZUGSAUSGABE auf Juball-Bütten mit der handschriftlich signierten Original-Lithographie vor dem Titel und mit Beigabe einer Originalzeichnung von Kubin. Die Zeichnung in schwarzer Tuschfeder (19,5 : 14,5 auf Bütten 29,8 : 21,9 cm) unten rechts signiert, ist eine etwas grössere Version der auf S. 131 als Illustration verwendeten Federzeichnung. - Druckvermerk vom Autor in Tinte signiert. - Der empfindliche Kalbslederband an den Kanten und Ecken berieben und gering fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le thé du capitaine Sogoub. Nouvelle.

      Paris, Au sans pareil, 1926 - 8°, Fronti., 42 S., 6 Radierungen., Brosch. m. Transparent-OU., OU m. kl. Randläsuren, min. gebräunt, sonst gutes Exemplar. Nr. 887/1260. «Illustrée d? images hors-texte gravées par Nathalie Gontcharova.» Auf Vélin d?Annonay. Natalija Sergejewna Gontscharowa (1881-1962), russische Malerin, die der russischen Avantgarde zugerechnet wird. Joseph Kessel (1898-1979), französischer Journalist, Abenteurer und Romancier. Text frz. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Cloth banner]: The Ladies Home Journal. Wild Money by Freeman Tilden full of Cooling Thrills.

      Grinnell Litho., [New York] 1926 - Large litho-printed cloth banner. Measuring 45" x 34". Metal grommet in each corner. Modest wear, mostly very slight fraying at the margins, very good or better. Advertisement for the latest issue of the magazine which featured a serialized novel by Tilden, an article on Douglas Fairbanks by Vachel Lindsay, and "44 other features." The banner is illustrated with an image by J. Knowles Hare of a baby with an ice cream cone on a beach, meant to illustrate the Tilden novel. A wonderful survivor -- we've only seen a few of these sorts of cloth banners advertising magazines.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Haunting Hand

      The Macaulay Co New York (1926) - First Edition. George W. Gage dustjacket art. First mystery novel written by an African American and Hubin listed novel of Hollywood. "In the midst of the gay philandering by movie men and their mannequins comes the grisly hand of sinister crime and the weirdest of all phantoms. " Very scarce title to be found in original dustjacket. Near Fine with mild cocking, in Very Good Plus dustjacket with small ink name and date near front spine edge, shallow chipping to spine ends, light staining to top spine end and mid spine, and general shelf wear. An attractive copy of this important landmark novel with nearly unattainable dustjacket [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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        Ludwig Hohlwein

      Berlin: Phonix Illustratrionsdruck Und Verlag G.M.B.H., 1926. 1926 1st edition of this impressive monograph on German poster/graphic artist Ludwig Hohlwein. VG in its original blue cloth, with light fading and offsetting to the panels and spine. Dark blue title label with bright gilt-lettering tipped onto front panel. Quarto, 73 pgs. of text (in both German and English) and 223 plates, many of which are in bright, vivid color. All plates crisp and very bright.. First Edition. Cloth. Collectible; Very Good.

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        THE SMOKING LEG AND OTHER STORIES.

      Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1926 - Octavo, pp. [1-10] 1-296 [note: title leaf is a tipped in single leaf], title page printed in green and black, original orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in green, top edge stained yellow green. First U.S. edition. Metcalfe's first book, collecting eighteen stories including the classic horror tale "The Smoking Leg." Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3- 147. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1168. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 156. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, pp. 290-91. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 4-179. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 364. Bleiler (1978), p. 138. Reginald 10083. A fine copy in near fine pictorial dust jacket (striking illustration by Juan Oliver on the front panel) with tiny chip from upper spine end, 30 mm closed tear along front spine fold, and light wear, 15 mm closed tear at lower spine end, and some mild dust soiling. A fresh, attractive example of this rare jacket. (#107057) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ne Coupez pas Mademoiselle ou les erreurs des PTT. Conte Philosophique.

      Editions Galerie Simon., Paris. 1926 - 'Ne Coupez pas Mademoiselle ou les erreurs des PTT. Conte philosophique' by Max Jacob.Published by Editions Galerie Simon, Paris. Illustrated with four lithographs by Juan Gris.Number 62 of 100 copies on hollande Ven Gelder paper.Signed by author and illustrator. Bound in original wrappers. There are some light soft handling folds through out, one lithograph has a small mark in the margin, else very good. More details and photos can be sent upon request. size 32 x 24cm ( 13 x 10 inches approx.) Juan Gris (José Victoriano González Pérez), Spanish 1887-1927) Juan Gris, real name José Victoriano González Pérez, was born in Madrid in 1887. His father, Gregorio González, was a well known paper manufacturer. He studied engineering at Madrid's School of Arts and Sciences. He took painting lessons with the minor academic artist José Maria Carbonero . After his fathers death, Gris moved to Paris in 1906 and remained in France for the rest of his life. He had missed military service, so he was unable to return to Spain. He settled in the Bateau Lavoir, a tenement that housed many painters, critics, and poets, and it was there that he met Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Guillaume Apollinaire, Max Jacob, and Maurice Raynal. Gris produced his first cubist paintings in 1911-1912.Gris and his wife spent the summer of 1913 with Picasso at Ceret, and the following year he spent the time spent time with Henri Matisse at Collioure. Gris returned to Paris in 1915 and suffered poverty during World War I. Daniel Henry Kahnweiler, became Gris's dealer in 1920 and wrote the first monograph on the painter in 1929. As a businessman Kahnweiler innovated many new ways of working with artists; and art dealing; - now established practise with art dealers. In 1907 when there were only half a dozen good galleries in Paris, he made contracts with artists to buy all of their work .He held exhibitions of their work and he promoted their work internationally. He encouraged the practise of Artist Ilustrated books, where a contemporary artist illustrates a work of a contemporary writer - he expanded his presentations by bringing together artists, writers and poets to produce their works as a joint project in more than 40 books. In fact as an art and literary publisher he had no equal; being the first to publish works by Max Jacob, Guillaume Apollinaire, André Masson, Gertrude Stein, Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris and many others and in so doing launched many literary careers. Due to Khanweiler helping his career and to counter hs declining health, in 1922, Gris was able to move his studio from the "Bateau Lavoir" to Boulogne-sur-Seine. In 1924 and 1925 Gris spent much of his time writing and lecturing on his views on painting. In 1924 he delivered a paper at the Sorbonne, Les Possibilités de la Peinture (On the Possibilities of Painting), which was later translated and widely published. He died in Paris 1927 at the age of forty from an asthma attack. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Le Journal d'une Femme de Chambre by Octave Mirbeau [The Journal of a Chambermaid]

      Javal et Bourdeaux, Paris 1926 - 310 pages. 33 x 26 cm. Limited edition, copy 111 of 180 plus (15 copies reserved for La Societe Des Medecins Bibliophiles) printed on velin des papeteries d'arches, illustrated with a host of etchings in three states by Lobel-Riche. Printed in red and black in Della Robbia type, original wrappers bound-in, latter front cover darkened. Originally published 1900 during the Dreyfus Affair. Mirbeau, an anarchist had wide public as well as literary and artistic avant-garde appeal both as a journalist and novelist. As an art critic he espoused the work of Rodin, Monet, Pissarro, Gauguin, Renoir and Bonnard, and was an early advocate of Van Gogh. This novel like Dreiser's, SISTER CARRIE published the same year was also considered decadent; it defied the hypocritical rules of convention, Celestine the main character in this novel is assigned a succession of degrading roles by a society the author despised. Bound by David, raised bands, gilt spine lettering, inner dentelles in art deco style, marbled endpapers. A very fresh and bright copy. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Complete Catalogue Of The Etchings And Dry-Points Of Edmund Blampied

      Halton & Truscott Smith, London 1926 - 28 pages in text. 29 x 23.5 cm. Limited edition, copy 47 of 350 including an original signed etched frontispiece by Blampied entitled "The Cooling Stream." 99 plates with lettered tissue guards. An eminent artist born in the Parish of Saint Martin, Jersey in the Channel Islands whose first language was Jerrais, a French/Norman tongue. Elected to the Royal Society of British Artists in 1938, he produced some 200 etchings and drypoints, and more than 80 lithographs and lithographic prints, many of which depicted rural life in his beloved island of Jersey. He was also a prolific illustrator, appearing in around 50 books and over 600 issues of magazines and newspapers. Laid in is letter on Cleveland Museum of Art stationary noting the exhibition of Blampied sponsored by the Print Club of Cleveland, together with a Catalogue of the Exhibition. Clean, very bright copy, bookplate. Orig. brown cloth lettered in gilt. Teg. Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        White Buildings

      New York: Boni and Liveright. 1926. First. First edition, second issue. Foreword by Allen Tate. Near fine in near fine dustwrapper. Hart Crane's own copy of his first book, with his later ownership Signature: "Hart Crane, Aug. '31" and his bookplate on the front pastedown. Apparently Hart Crane's mother either gave away or sold some of his bookplates shortly after his death to Crane's good friend, the bookseller Samuel Loveman, thus resulting in occasional "association copies" surfacing. However, all of the books that we have seen Signed by him (with the exception of the Signed edition of The Bridge) were from his personal library. .

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        Metropolis

      Berlin: August Scherl, 1926. Book. Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. [1926]. True first edition (in German). Dust jacket shows 3/4-inch tear in front cover, minor chipping at corners and top and bottom of dust jacket's spine, spine and back cover of dust jacket show toning and dust soiling, book's spine slightly cocked, bookplate on front paste-down endpaper, otherwise fine in color pictorial dust jacket. Basis for Fritz Lang's famous film of the same title..

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        Dictionary of Anonymous & Pseudonymous English Lit

      Edinburgh & London: Oliver and Boyd, 1926 Volumes 1,2,3,4,5,6, & 7 which is the index and second supplement, last 4 vols have DW although a little battered! The reference book for bookdealer & collectors! (due to weight consideration will not be able to ship oveseas) Red cloth covers with title in gilt to spines.

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        The Casuarina Tree. Six Stories.

      London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1926 - Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine and upper board gilt, Maugham's seal to upper board in black. With the dust jacket. Bump to top corner, extremities rubbed, partial tanning to free endpapers, spotting to edges and occasionally to margins of contents. A very good copy in the rubbed and faded jacket with significant chips from the ends of the spine panel. First edition, first impression. Loren & Frances Rothschild Collection V, 138; Stott A34a. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        MORE NOT AT NIGHT.

      London: Selwyn & Blount Ltd., [1926] - Octavo, pp. [1-10] 11-251 [252-256: blank] [note: first and last two leaves are blanks used as front and rear paste-downs and endpapers, original red boards, front and spine panels stamped in black. First edition, first printing. Collects fifteen stories by W. J. Stamper, Seabury Quinn, Frank Belknap Long, August Derleth and others, all first published in WEIRD TALES in 1925 and 1926. Second volume in the important "Not at Night" anthology series. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-195. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 4-302. Bleiler (1978), p. 193. Reginald 14082. Edges of boards lightly rubbed, pulpy paper darkened, else a fine copy in very good pictorial first printing dust jacket with light wear at spine ends and corner tips and some age-darkening to front panel. A nice copy of this cheaply made book; rare in jacket. (#108360) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Poussière de Soleils [ Edition Originale sur JAPON ]

      Editions de la Librairie Alphonse Lemerre, Paris 1926 - Edition originale achevée d' imprimer le 8 juin 1926. Un des exemplaires toutes marges sur papier Japon non justifiés. Avec 17 illustrations en couleurs et hors-texte reproduisant les décors de cette pièce en 5 actes et 24 tableaux représentée au Théatre de la Porte Saint-Martin en 1926. Bien complet du supplément "La critique et l' auteur de La Poussière de Soleils" rédigé par André Gide, Marcel Proust, Edmond Rostand, Roger Vitrac, Philippe Soupault, Louis Aragon, Robert Desnos, etc.; 237 pages non coupées ; couverture rempliée. A noter : plats très légèrement défraîchie. RARE et RECHERCHé. Size: 15 x 19 cms. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Die Geschichte von Ulenspiegel und Lamme Goedzak (2 Bde.). Und ihren heldenmütigen, fröhlichen und glorreichen Abenteuern im Lande Flandern und anderwärts.

      München, Wolff, 1926 - 4°, 496 (4), 534 (6) S., mit 150 (50 ganzseitigen) Orig.-Holzschnitten und 18 Holzschnitt-Initialen, Perg. mit Deckelvignette. u Rückentitel, Deckel etwas angeschmutzt. Bd. 1 auf hinterem Deckel kratzspuren. innen ganz wenig fingerfleckig. Gutes Exemplar. (Von der Gabelentz 57. Ritter 268 Ca 33). Unnummeriertes Exemplar der Vorzugsausgabe (Eines von 100 Exemplaren) der auf van Gelder-Bütten gedruckt und in Pergament gebunden. Der Druck der Holzschnitte von Frans Masereel erfolgte von den Originalholzstöcken. Eine bemerkenswerte Ausgabe. 6000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Soldier's Pay

      Boni and Liveright 1926 - First Edition, first printing. This copy is SIGNED by William Faulkner on a laid in signature. An attractive dustjacket that has benefitted from expert repairs by a professional paper conservationist. This original dustjacket has all of the first issue points present, and the colors are vibrant. There is no chips or marks to the dustjacket. The book is in good shape, with light fraying to the spine ends, and some minor discolorization to the spine. The boards are crisp with some wear to the edges. The binding is tight, and the pages are clean with rubbing to the endpapers. There is no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a beautiful copy of this rare first edition, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. We buy SIGNED Faulkner First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        SOLDIER'S PAY

      Boni & Liveright, New York 1926 - A near-fine copy, square and tight, bound in dark blue cloth with yelllow lettering, bright and complete except for the letter x on the spine, which has slightly worn away. The unrestored original dustwrapper, which has all of the first issue points, is very good with some wear along the edges and a little darkening to the spine, which is unusually nice for this title. There are tape repairs at the folds on the verso and this copy is price-clipped. The book is housed in a custom-made cloth chemise and slipcase. Soldiers' Pay is Faulkner's second book and first novel. The story is of a return home of a wounded aviator to a small town in Georgia following the conclusion of the First World War, escorted by a veteran of the war and a widow whose husband was killed during the conflict. The quality of the work helped to launch the career of, arguably, one of Amerca's greatest authors. : Home [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Soldiers' Pay

      Boni and Liveright 1926 - First Edition, First Issue dustjacket with five titles listed on back panel of dustjacket starting with "American Tragedy." This original dustjacket has chipping to the spine ends along the top and bottom panels not effecting any lettering. The book is wonderful shape. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with light wear to the edges. The pages are exceptionally clean, with light wear to the edges. There is no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a collectable copy of this true first edition of Faulkner's first book. This title with the original dustjacket seems to elude even the best Faulkner collections of first editions. A must for serious collectors. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Légitime défense.

      Editions Surréalistes, (30) septembre, Paris, 1926 - Paris, Editions Surréalistes, (30) septembre 1926. 8°. 26 p. Broché, couverture originale. Edition originale. - Exemplaire signé par André Breton sur la première page. - Extrait du No 8 de "La Révolution Surréaliste". - Le nom du déstinaire découpé. - Papier, comme toujour, bruni. Sprache: Französisch [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        Winnie the Pooh" and "The House at Pooh Corner

      London, Methuen & Co.,, 1926 & 1928. 2 volumes, octavo. Finely bound in full morocco (Winnie the Pooh, green and The house at Pooh Corner pink), gilt titles and decoration to spines, raised bands, gilt rules to boards,and gilt pictorial motif to front boards, pictorial endpapers, all edges gilt, housed in a leather entry slip case. Illustrated by E. H. Shepard. Beautifully bound in fine condition. Both First Editions, signed by E. H. Shepard on the title page of "The House at Pooh Corner".

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