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        The World Crisis

      London: Thornton Butterworth, 1927. Full leather. Six volumes. Octavo. First Edition. The World Crisis. Illustrated with maps and chart. Bound Sangorski and Sutcliffe in full blue morocco, single ruled gilt line to covers and spines, gilt title, raised bands, top edge gilt, green marbled endpaper. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Imperial Fine Books]
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        Alice in Wonderland And Through The Looking Glass

      London: Macmillan and Company, 1927. Leather_bound. Two volumes. Octavo. Lewis Carroll. Alice Adventures In Wonderland and Through The Looking-Glass And What Alice Found There. Ninety-two illustrations by John Tenniel. Bound in three quarter blue morocco by Birdsall Binders, cloth boards, gilt decorations to spine, raised bands, top edge gilt, marbled endpaper. Fine.

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        The Ordinance of The Most Select Excellent and Dauntless Company of Archers

      Kibbo Kift, London 1927 - Twelve pages of original typed corrected and with red underlining of the Kibbo Kift Archers led by accomplished archer raymond Dixon, Deputy Head Man. The organisation was founded by the charismatic Englishman John Hargrave (aka 'White Fox'), artist, author and Boy Scout Commissioner for Woodcraft and Camping, who had become disenchanted with the increasingly militaristic tendency in the Scout movement after World War I. Hargrave was promptly expelled from the Scouts by Scout founder Robert Baden-Powell. With a small group of like-minded, dissident, anti-war Scoutmasters and Scoutmistresses under his own direct leadership, he set about building an alternative and very different movement. Baden-Powell expelled Hargrave with extreme reluctance, and only after some wealthy backers had threatened to withdraw funding from the Scouts unless he was expelled. The Kibbo Kift (archaic Kentish dialect for 'proof of great strength'[2]) has been described as 'the only genuine English national movement of modern times' and was certainly very different from Baden-Powell's Boy Scouts. Based on the woodcraft principles of naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton that had been a key part of the early Scout programme, the Kibbo Kift was to be not merely a youth organisation but was to involve all ages and, very daring for the times, it was open to both sexes. The ideas of world peace and the regeneration of urban man through the open-air life replaced the nationalism and militarism Hargrave had detested in the post-World War I Scouts. Kinsmen and women were organised in Clans, Tribes and Lodges. Each individual took a 'woodcraft name', inspired by their ideas of 'Indian-style' names. The correct costume had to be hand-made by each individual or 'rooftree' (family group) and while the everyday 'habit' of Saxon hood, jerkin, shorts and long cloak must have seemed outlandish enough in the English countryside of the early 1920s; for ceremonial occasions, brilliantly coloured surcoats or silk-embroidered robes were worn by the various office-holders such as the Tallykeeper, Campswarden, Ritesmaster and Gleeman. Hargrave himself was 'Head Man' and his leadership was dynamic, inspirational and frankly autocratic. The Mark of the Kindred of the Kibbo Kift is typical of the symbolism that can be seen in many of their designs. Its meaning is: Worship (The K sign) Forever (the Circle of Unity and Eternity) Life (the Flame) through Knowledge (the Tree). Or again, ‘Worship Life Forever with Knowledge’. The Kibbo Kift's central activities of hiking and camping were refined and elevated to the level of a spiritual exercise. The weekend 'Tribal' Camps and the great annual 'Althing' were marked by colourful and impressive ritual, inspired by their ideas of what Native American ceremonies might be like, but couched in language reminiscent of the Norse Sagas and rich in Saxon archaisms. Kinsmen were not only required to make their own lightweight, one-man hiking tents (the first seen in England) but to decorate them with vivid, symbolic designs of their own devising. Influenced by Hargrave's own artistic taste, an ultra-modern 'futurist' style of design became general, and the robes, regalia, tents and other items of decorative art, often of an extremely high standard, represent an extraordinary 'democratisation' of the avant-garde art of the day. The Kibbo Kift were never more than a few hundred strong. Kinsmen and Kinswomen included the Suffragettes Emmeline Pethick Lawrence, Mary Neal and May Billinghurst, the journalist Henry Nevinson, the photographer Angus McBean, and Ruth Clark. The Advisory Committee included Havelock Ellis, Maurice Maeterlinck, the Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore, H. G. Wells and Professor Julian Huxley. D. H. Lawrence took an interest in the Kindred and it has been suggested that Mellors in Lady Chatterley's Lover is based on an archetypal Kinsman. The growth of the Kibbo Kift was not without its setbacks. In 1924, the South London co-operative [Attributes: First Edition]

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      New York: Boni & Liveright, 1927. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket with publisher's price of $2.50 intact. Pale orange title stamping is nice and bright. Cloth lightly rubbed at extremities, lightly mottling at rear. Light shelf lean. Previous owner personal library stamp to verso of front free end paper, small tear to edge of page. Dust jacket is heavily toned at the spine, lightly worn at corners and spine ends with several short tears at the joints, and a series of small stray ink dots to front flap. A rather nice jacketed copy of Faulkner's second novel.

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        Gaspar Ruiz

      First edition of the French translation, one of 109 numbered copies on laid Lafuma Navarre and reimposed in quarto foolscap, deluxe edition.Back slightly insolated, nice copy. Nrf Paris 1927 17x22cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Le cousin Pons

      Bibliothèque Larousse, 1927. Francese 0,25 volume in brossura, la copertina si mostra scurita e con piccole macchie, dorso segnato e con parti mancanti, visibili sottolineature USATO

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        LE MORTE D'ARTHUR...Introduction by Prof. Rhys and a note on Aubrey Beardsley by Aymer Vallance

      London and New York: J. M. Dent and Sons, Aldine House and E.P Dutton and Co., 1927. Third and most complete edition, limited to 1600 copies, with 10 extra illustrations not included in the two first printings. 22 full page and double-page illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley including the fine frontispiece, the Merlin drawing and the design for the original cover, also with numerous designs and illustrations throughout the text, as well as a profusion of decorated initials and chapter headings. Thick, large 4to, publisher’s original black polished cloth with spine and covers beautifully and fully decorated in gilt after designs by Beardsley. lv, 538 pp. A very handsome, superior copy, beautifully preserved, the cloth bright with strong gilt and no fading. The textblock very clean and crisp, the hinges tight and strong, corners sharp, only the most minute bit of age evidence along the tips or extremities. AN IMPORTANT PRINTING OF THIS VERY BEAUTIFUL BOOK, and this a very desirable and strong copy. The third edition contains an extra 10 illustrations added in the text, the first edition to do so, as well as the original binding design (which was never used) and a full size facsimile of the Merlin drawing, previously used on a smaller scale. The text is that of Caxton’s printed for the first time in 1485 at Westminster in London. This book represents Aubrey Beardsley's first commissioned work, undertaken when he was not yet twenty. While working at an insurance office in London, Beardsley frequently visited the Jones and Evans bookshop in Cheapside, where he got to know Frederick Evans. Mr. Evans allowed the artist to trade drawings for books on occasion, and it was Evans who suggested to J. M. Dent that Beardsley should be the artist for Mr. Dent's new edition of the Arthurian tales. A suggestion well made and one to which 20th century printing owes much. The commission, which came in 1892 was to “design and illustrate an ambitious edition of Malory’s ‘Le Morte d’Arthur’ which was intended to rival the Kelmscott Press books on their own ground...(E)lements beside the pale remnants of Pre-Raphaelitism were at work fertilizing (Beardsley’s) developing talent, and what was seen by its devisers as an emulation of Morris and Burne-Jones turned out in the execution more like a parody of them--a parody which annoyed Morris to the point at which he contemplated legal action. It may well not have been a deliberate parody: it is simply that already, willy-nilly, the ‘strong medieval decorative feeling’ of Morris was mixed, as Walter Crane noted, ‘with a curious weird Japanese-like spirit of diablerie and grotesque, as of an opium dream’.” Beardsley’s life was short, he died of tuberculosis at the age of 26. In those few years he managed however to leave a great and lasting artistic legacy and a fascinating personal history as well.

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        The Birth Life and Acts of King Arthur of His Noble Knights of the Round Table Their Marvellous Enquests and Adventures.

      J. M. Dent / E. P. Dutton 1927 - New York: J. M. Dent / E. P. Dutton, 1927. Third and limited edition of 1600 issued. Hardcover. 538 pp. Very good. Light wear to the boards with bumping to the corners. Spine rebacked, original backstrip laid over. Illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      1927Paris, Simon Kra, 1927. Broché,165 x 235 mm, 195 pp. EDITION ORIGINALE. UN DES 15 PREMIERS EXEMPLAIRES sur Hollande (tirage total de 215 ex.). Superbe exemplaire dans sa brochure d'origine aux très grandes marges.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Pas Sage]
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        Complete collection of the first 17 Ariel Poems.

      [London: Faber,, 1927-8. 17 works bound in one octavo-sized volume, with the original front wrappers bound in. Near-contemporary green full calf by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, spine gilt tooled in compartments, black morocco title label, sides bordered with gilt rules, titles gilt direct to front board, gilt-ruled turn-ins, patterned endpapers designed by McKnight-Kauffer, all edges gilt. Illustrated wrappers and plates throughout. The binding somewhat spotted, and nicked at the tips, rear free endpaper excised, otherwise excellent condition. A finely bound complete collection of the first 17 titles in the Ariel Poems series, comprising Yuletide in a Younger World by Thomas Hardy, drawings by Albert Rutherston; The Linnet's Nest by Henry Newbolt, drawings by Ralph Keene; The Wonder Night by Laurence Binyon, drawings by Barnett Freedman; Alone by Walter de la Mare, wood engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton; Gloria in Profundis by G. K. Chesterton, wood engravings by Eric Gill; The Early Whistler by Wilfred Gibson, drawings by John Nash; Nativity by Siegfried Sassoon, designs by Paul Nash; Journey of the Magi by T. S. Eliot, drawings by E. McKnight Kauffer; The Chanty of the Nona, poem and drawings by Hilaire Belloc; Moss and Feather by W. H. Davies, illustrated by Sir William Nicholson; Self to Self by Walter de la Mare, wood engravings by Blaire Hughes-Stanton; Troy by Humbert Wolfe, drawings by Charles Ricketts; The Winter Solstice by Harold Monro, drawings by David Jones; To My Mother by Siegfried Sassoon, drawings by Stephen Tennant; Popular Song by Edith Sitwell, designs by Edward Bawden; A Song for Simeon by T. S. Eliot, drawings by E. McKnight Kauffer; and Winter Nights, a reminiscence by Edmund Blunden, drawings by Albert Rutherston.

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        The Exile: no. 1 - 4.

      Dijon: Maurice Darantiere; [then] Chicago: Pascal Covici; [then] New York: Covici Friede,, 1927-8. 4 volumes, small octavo. Original red (volume 2 orange) card wrappers printed in black. Spines a little sunned, very light rubbing to the corners, a truly excellent set. First editions, all published, with the scarce first number in the first issue, in exquisite condition, and uncut. This is a compelling association set; the fourth number has the blind stamp "Brunnenburg, Tirolo (Merano), Italia". Brunnenburg castle became the home of Pound's daughter (with the violinist Olga Rudge) Mary de Rachewiltz and her husband the Egyptologist Boris de Rachewiltz. After Pound's return from the United States he stayed with his daughter at Brunnenburg in 1958, and wrote the last 6 of his 116 Cantos there. Pound's modernist literary magazine, Exile, was begun in self-imposed exile, the first number being printed by Darantiere (the printer of Ulysses) and issued by Pound to America and the UK from the European continent. Pound then moved the publication to Chicago, and, for the last number, to New York. The four issues of The Exile include work by Richard Aldington, Ernest Heminway, W. B. Yeats, William Carlos Williams and many others.

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        THE EXILE No.1

      Dijon: Maurice Darantiere, 1927. First Edition. Paperback. Near fine. Original printed wraps; 12mo. 92 pp. The first of four issues of this important little magazine; issue number one published in Europe the others in the US, therefore this issue seemingly the least common. Contains "Part of Canto XX"; and a short poem by Hemingway. (This copy without the correction of the title in Pound's hand.) Also, Guy Hickok and Richard Aldington contribute short pieces: prose and poetry, respectively. Gallup C689. Lightly sunned and creased, else a tight and near fine copy.

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        Chinesische Baukeramik

      Berlin, Albert Lüdtke Verlag, 1927. 110 Seiten plus 160 Tafeln gebundene Ausgabe Blauer Ganzleinenband mit Schutzumschlag. Gutes textsauberes Exemplar. Altersgemäß im Papier etwas nachgedunkelt. Der Leinenband ist frisch - an den Kap. geringf. berieben. Der SU etwas angestaubt, teils gerändert und mehrmals leicht eingerissen. L84B Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        You'll Need a Night Light: 15 Creepy Tales(inc.Last Horror; Life Serum; Girdle; Beast; His Wife; Laocoon; House of Horror [Jules de Grandin]; Coffin of Lissa; Parasitic Hand [Dr. Burnstrum] ; Death Crescents of Koti; Ghosts of Air; Horror at Red Hook etc)

      London, England: London, Uk: Selwyn and Blount, 1927, 1st Edition, 3rd Printing , 1927. ----------hardcover, a solid Very Good copy in a chipped and torn but generally attractive (original) dustjacket, a bit of age toning to paper, a nice copy, front hinge is slightly cracked, bookplate and small ink anme and 1928 date on verso of front board, some pencil notes likley from a seller from "ago", this contains: The Last Horror by Eli Colter; The Life Serum by Paul S. Powers; The Girdle by Joseph McCord; Si Urag of the Tail by Oscar Cook; The Beast by Paul Benton; His Wife by Zita Inez Ponder; Laocoon by Bassett Morgan; Out of the Earth by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; Ti Michel by W. J. Stamper; The House of Horror [Jules de Grandin] by Seabury Quinn; The Coffin of Lissa by August Derleth; The Parasitic Hand [Dr. Burnstrum] by Anthony M. Rud [as by R. Anthony ]; The Death Crescents of Koti by Romeo Poole; Ghosts of the Air by J. M. Hiatt and Moye W. Stephens; The Horror at Red Hook by H. P. Lovecraft, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo . Not Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. Illus. by Uncredited Cover Art.

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      Waltham St. Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1927. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. Eric Gill. Lovely copy (no. 170 of 225) in original binding of 1/4 leather (golden brown) and patterned paper sides by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (stamp-signed on front pastedown). Binding is a bright and clean VG+, no cracking in the joints, no corner bumps, just a couple of tiny wear spots (1/8 of an inch) to the paper corners, gilt titles bright and clear. There are natural (light-dark) variations in the leather, to a pleasing antique appearance. Some old paste residue from a previous owner's bookplate, otherwise no markings. Contents are completely fine and fresh, no foxing. Top edge gilt others deckled. A delightful, fresh, and completely original copy of one of the very best Cockerels.

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      Llibreria Catalonia. 1927 - Barcelona. 1927. Apaisanat. 25X15. 45P+50 Boniques llamines. Comentaris, Comparacions, Projectes. Complet, llamines sueltas. Molt bon exemplar y rar amb gran documentació sobre la esmentada plaça. Ref 6.4 Biblioteca CAT. Language: eng [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        L'arte del libro e della rivista nei paesi d'Europa e d'America.

      Ratta, 1927. Due volumi di cm. 35, pp. (4) 424 e 590 illustrazioni; pp. xxxiii (3) xii (3) + 1025 disegni in 500 tavole. Legatura editoriale in cartonato rigido interamente illustrato in cromolitografia (Cisari) con belle sguardie decorate. Appena un po' scuriti i dorsi, peraltro esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Edizione stampata in soli 750 esempl. numerati. Opera munita di un prodigioso apparato iconografico formato da illustrazioni e tavole in nero, in seppia ed a colori. Celebre lavoro monografico che riguarda l'arte del libro di tutto il mondo, con riproduzioni di frontespizi, copertine, illustrazioni dei migliori artisti.

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        Fine Clothes to the Jew

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1927. First Edition, Second Printing. Hardcover. Good. Signed. First edition, second printing. Signed by Langston Hughes in the year of publication, inscribed to previous owner. Good, with purple cloth worn with exposure at extremities, lightly soiled, pages toned. Lacking dust jacket. A rare early signature in Hughes' uncommon second collection of poems.

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        Treasure Island

      London:: Ernest Benn,, 1927.. First Dulac edition.. Hardcover. Near Fine/very good+. 256pp, with the 12 colour plates and illustrations in the text. Contents immaculate, as new. Slight toning to endpapers. In the original fawn cloth, upper board bordered in gilt, spine with black lettering-piece. Extremely bright and fresh, corners sharp, spine ends puckered, three 2mm foxing spots to closed fore-edge of final pages. In the protected unclipped pictorial dust jacket, printed on cream coated stock: this is slightly toned and handled relative to the book, and there have been a few small internal professional tissue repairs, chiefly to the head of the spine, making good small chips and an adjacent closed tear at the heads of the joints, and another to the top edge of the plain back panel. Dulac's design to the front panel is complete and clean, the spine and back panel are slightly soiled, with light scuffing to the joints. An exceptionally fine copy, with the rare dust jacket.

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        Ornamente Griechischer Vasen

      2 vols., 245 pp. text, extensive notes with bibliographical material, lists of vases, numerous indices, concordances, and 149 fine photographic plates, many with multiple images. Large 4to. Orig. cloth, sl. rubbed and sunned. Berlin (Frankfurter Verlags-Anstalt) 1927. The scarce basic work on floral and other abstract designs on Greek vases, many of them photographed for the first time.

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        Une femme douce. Traduction de D'Ostoya etde G. Masson. Illustrations de Gierlowski.

      Paris, Marcel Seheur, 1927. Grand in-4, (6)-90-(4) p. et (10) pl. ht, couv. rempliée (légers défauts d'usage à la couv.). Dix eaux-fortes sépia de Gierlowski, ainsi qu'encadrements, lettrines et culs-de-lampe en orange et noir. Tirage à 301 ex., celui-ci un des 275 sur Arches. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s).* Frais de port en sus. * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. * La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. * Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *

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        Now We Are Six

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd.,, 1927. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine and pictorial designs to boards gilt, top edges gilt, illustrated pale pink endpapers. With the dust jacket. Illustrated throughout by E. H. Shepard. Vertical band of toning to half-title and verso of final leaf (a natural product of the long-term presence of the dust jacket). An exceptional copy, the cloth sharp-cornered and very bright, the jacket remarkably well preserved. First edition, first impression. Included here is some of Milne's most memorable verse: "The Knight Whose Armour Didn't Squeak", "The Emperor's Rhyme" and "King John's Christmas" ("King John was not a good man / He had his little ways").

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        Dream's End

      Robert M McBride and Company, New York 1927 - 342 pages. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's blue cloth with front board and spine lettered in gilt in original pictorial jacket. First edition. Meandering labyrinth of a story about a New York advertising executive who leaves his job in the city to write poetry in a hut by the sea. Although entranced by the ocean and the miles of sand and the salt marshes, David finds himself caught in the coils of his attraction to two women: Hilda, "the mate to his flame, the answering spark," but despairing and fragile (and married), and Scarlet, seductive and available (but morally rotten). Hilda's husband is a sadistic libertine whose subtle cruelties are slowly killing his wife; a situation that so unsettles the poet's wits that he falls prey to a heavily symbolic dream obsession. Smith successfully establishes a surreal voice and includes wonderful passages describing the mad moods of the sea and notes and observations about life and the hereafter, all waiting to be discovered sparkling in the sand throughout the story. The ax of a sharp and discerning editor might have turned Smith's efforts into a compelling Gothic romance, but, alas, the story gets lost in a shifting fog of dreams and fantasies, and never emerges fully formed. Dream's End is a radical departure from Thorne Smith's humorous novels, and was, in fact, Smith's first book rejected by publishers until his Topper novels became successful. Fans of Thorne Smith are likely to be intrigued by this book for its Gothic nature and for an unexpected glimpse at a more serious side of the author. Condition: Light rubbing to binding, offsetting toning to end-leaves, small bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown. Jacket price clipped, spine toned, some edge chips and tears, some thumb soiling else a very good to fine copy in a better than very good jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Now We Are Six

      Methuen & Co., London 1927 - First edition. Illustrated by Ernest H. Shepard. Octavo. Original maroon cloth with gilt picture of Christopher Robin playing with a train on front cover and gilt lettering on spine. Top edge gilt, gilt ruled border. Pink pictorial endpapers. Illustrated throughout with Shepard's wonderful line drawings. Lacking the dust jacket. A well preserved copy in near fine condition with light wear to the spine. Text-block and illustrations are clean and the hinges tight. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        NOW WE ARE SIX

      London, Methuen, 1927.. FIRST EDITION 1927, 8vo, original publisher's deep rose pink de luxe morocco, double ruled gilt border with floral ornament to corners and gilt vignette at centre to upper cover, gilt floral decoration, 5 gilt vignettes, gilt rules and lettering to spine, all edges gilt, illustrated pink endpapers, pages: x, (2), 103. Illustrated throughout by E.H. Shepard. Just very slightly rubbed at head and tail of spine, a touch of fading to spine. No inscriptions, a near Fine wonderful tight clean copy. Lacking original box and now housed in a Fine sturdy custom-made clamshell box lined in deep pink velvet, covered in dark red cloth with gilt rules, title, author and publisher to spine. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Now We Are Six

      UK Methuen 1927 - FIRST De Luxe EDITION bound in soft red morocco covers with gilt illustration to front cover.All page edges gilt.A very nice copy,with very slight signs of bumping to the corners. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        NOW WE ARE SIX

      London, Methuen, 1927.. FIRST EDITION 1927, 8vo, maroon cloth gilt, gilt vignettes to upper and lower covers, pink illustrated endpapers, top edges gilt. Illustrated by E. H. Shepard. Spine just very slightly darkened, very little light foxing to front endpaper, 30 mm (1½") wide vertical strip slightly browned at inner edge of half-title and inner edge of blank verso of final page, no inscriptions. Near Fine in near Fine DUSTWRAPPER (dw: slightly darkened on spine, head and tail of spine a touch worn, a tiny closed tear at top of each hinge, tiny chip to top corner of upper panel, minute chip at foot of front fold). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Un soir chez Blutel

      1927. Simon Kra, Paris 1927, 14x18cm, broché. - Simon Kra, Paris 1927, 14x18cm, broché. - corrente surnpapier Edition. autografo prezioso datato e firmato da Emmanuel Bove Jean Paulhan. libro illustrato, frontespizio, un ritratto dell'autore da Dignimont. Torna un po 'insolated. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant. Précieux envoi autographe daté et signé d'Emmanuel Bove à Jean Paulhan. Ouvrage illustré, en frontispice, d'un portrait de l'auteur par Dignimont. Dos très légèrement insolé.

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        Mes amis.

      Paris, Ed. Emile-Paul Frères, 1927.1 vol. in-4 de 205 p., [1 f.] Demi-mar. vert à bords, dos lisse orné, tête dor., couv. et dos cons. A part le dos et le second plat légèrement passés, en parfait état. Ill. d'eaux-fortes de Dignimont (1 front. , 2 vignettes et 11 pl. ). Tiré à 225 ex., celui-ci un des 200 ex. sur hollande (62).

      [Bookseller: La Librairie Ancienne Alexandre Illi Bom]
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        Amerika im Holzschnitt. Vom Rhythmus der neuen Welt.

      Jena / Eugen Diederichs 1927 - 24 S. OHLn. Einband an einer Stelle fleckig; sonst sehr guter Zustand! 2200 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le musée de l'armée. Armes & armures anciennes et souvenirs historiques les plus précieux. Band 2 (von 2).

      Paris Hotel des Invalides 1927 - (37 x 28,5 cm). VIII, 241 (2) S. Mit 69 getönten Lichtdrucktafeln. Lose in Original-Leinwand-Mappe. Eines von 400 Exemplaren dieser aufwändigen, auf Bütten gedruckten Veröffentlichung. - Es werden reich verzierte Prunkwaffen aus der Zeit vom 15. bis zum 17. Jahrhundert vorgestellt, darunter Hieb- und Stichwaffen, Schlag- und Stoßwaffen sowie Handfeuerwaffen. - Oberes Kapital der Mappe eingerissen, sonst sehr sauberes und breitrandiges Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sein und Zeit. Erste Hälfte. [Alles was erschienen].

      Halle a. d. S., Max Niemeyer 1927 - Gr.8°, XI, 438 S., OLwd. m. Rückenschild u. Deckelpräg., Rückenschildchen m. kl. Verlusten, Rückenkante am Fuss m. kl. Läsur, Vorderdeckel mit wenigen winzigen Stockfleckchen, Bindung etw. gelockert, (meist) feine An- und Unterstreichungen in Bleistift. EA der Buchausgabe («Sonderdruck aus Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Phänomenologische Forschung, Bd. VII»). - Beiliegend eine Originalfotografie (9 x 6.5 cm; Ganzfigur von M. Heidegger vor einem Haus, rückseitig in Tinte betitelt «Prof. M. Heidegger / in Amsterdam / 1930 / Begynhof [Begijnhof]»). - Exemplar aus der Bibliothek des Schweizer Romanisten Theophil Spoerri (von diesem Name auf Titelblatt und [wohl] zahlreiche Anstreichungen). - «Theophil Spörri [Spoerri], geboren 10.6.1890 La Chaux-de-Fonds, gestorben 24.12.1974 Caux (Gem. Montreux), [.]. Ab 1909 Romanistikstud. an den Univ. Zürich und Bern, dort 1916 Promotion. 1912-22 Lehrer am Freien Gymnasium Bern, 1922-56 o. Prof. für rom. Philologie der Univ. Zürich (1948-50 Rektor). [.] Polit. und soziales Engagement u. a. in der Neuen Helvet. Gesellschaft und der Moral. Aufrüstung. 1940 Mitgründer und erster Präs. des Gotthardbunds. Die starke religiöse Komponente in S.s Leben bestimmte auch seine Forschung [.]» (HLS). 600 gr. Schlagworte: PhilosophiePhotographie - Orig.-Photographie [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        Sammlung von Memorabilia zu Lindberghs Transatlantikflug, darunter ein originaler Tischkeks vom Festdiner der Luftfahrts-Handelskammer im Hotel Waldorf-Astoria. New York u. a. O., zumeist 16. VI. 1927.

      1927. Messing-Gedenkplakette zu Lindberghs Flug, ausgegeben von der US-Luftfahrthandelskammer. 89:64 mm. - Programm und Menüfolge für das Festbankett zu Ehren Lindberghs am 16. Juni 1927 im Waldorf-Astoria. 4 SS. Kordelgeheftete Büttenmappe. Folio. - Sitzplatzliste für das anschließende Galadiner. 16 SS. Bedr. OBr. - Tischkeks in rot-weiß-blauer Papierumhüllung und Etikett "À la Lindbergh". Beilagen. Interessante Sammlung von Erinnerungsstücken an das letzte New Yorker Festbankett und Diner zu Ehren des soeben nach Amerika zurückgekehrten Atlantikfliegers, der mit seiner kühnen Alleinüberquerung des Ozeans (20.-21. Mai 1927) über Nacht zum weltbekannten Helden geworden war und eine noch nie dagewesene Welle der Luftfahrtbegeisterung ausgelöst hatte. Am 11. Juni erreichte Lindbergh per Schiff wieder Washington, wo er im Mayflower Hotel von der National Aeronautic Association geehrt wurde, bevor er am 13. Juni in einen triumphalen Einzug in New York hielt und in einer Konfettiparade durch die Fifth Avenue zog. Am 14. ehrte ihn der Bürgermeister bei einem Prachtbankett im Hotel Commodore, am 15. gab es ein Festessen in "Wilfred's Restaurant" in der Wall Street. Am 16. schließlich, am Tag bevor Lindbergh in seine Heimatstadt St. Louis flog und damit seine große Amerikatour begann, nahm Lindbergh aus den Händen des Stifters den mit 25.000 Dollar dotierten "Orteig-Preis" entgegen, den der New Yorker Hotelier Raymond Orteig 1919 für den ersten Nonstopflug zwischen New York und Paris ausgesetzt hatte und der für Lindbergh (wie für andere, weniger Erfolgreiche vor ihm) die treibende Kraft für seine Unternehmung gewesen war. Doch Lindbergh versagte Orteig das Galadiner, auf das dieser jahrelang gehofft hatte: Nur kurz tauchte er zum Tee-Empfang im Hotel Brevoort auf, um das Preisgeld entgegenzunehmen und sich dann mit dem Hinweis auf eine "andere Verpflichtung" wieder von Orteig, Orville Wright und den zahlreichen anderen Würdenträgern zu verabschieden (vgl. Batterby, "On the Town in New York", S. 228). Diese "andere Verpflichtung", die Lindbergh kurioserweise dem Festmahl Orteigs vorzog, war das von der "Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America" veranstaltete "Banquet in Honor of Charles Lindbergh", welches diesen Abend im Waldorf-Astoria Hotel stattfand und von dem die hier vorliegenden Erinnerungsstücke stammen. Die Messing-Gedenkplakette zeigt ein Relief der "Spirit of St. Louis" und Legende "Per Aspera Ad Astra", revers die Legende: "Commemorating First Nonstop New York To Paris Flight By Capt. Charles A. Lindbergh May 20-21, 1927. Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America" (in maßgefertigter Samt-Präsentationsunterlage). Der Tischkeks wiederum, mit allen für Nahrungsmittel in ihrem neunten Jahrzehnt typischen Merkmalen fortgeschrittenen Verfalls (berieben und bestoßen, mit kl. Wurmspuren und Mottenfäden), ist von zeitgenössischer Hand auf der Papierumhüllung als Stück von ebendiesem Festessen bezeichnet. Von derselben Hand ist der im Sitzplan als "Mr. Shults" bezeichnete Name in "Schult" korrigiert - wohl zu identifizieren mit dem Sammler Gustav Schult, der die vier Memorabilien aus dem Waldorf mit nach Hause nahm und aufbewahrte. Auf eine schwedische Heimat des Diner-Gastes Schult weist die Beilage: eine Sammlung von schwedischsprachigen Zeitungsausschnitten aus den 1940er und 50er-Jahren über Lindberghs Pioniertat (zumeist erschienen zum 25-Jahr-Jubiläum der Überquerung) in einer Mappe mit Lindberghs Portrait. - Teils mit schwedischem Sammleretikett des Pehr Ehnemark.

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        (German Baroque Literature). Sammlung Victor Manheimer. Deutsche Barockliteratur von Opitz bis Brockes mit Einleitung und Notizen von Karl Wolfskehl. (Auction Catalogue).

      Munich: Karl & Faber, 1927 (May 12). First Edition. 8vo. 96 pp., 6 plates, several reproductions in the text, list of price estimates laid in. 707 items, all priced and with buyers' names. Contemporary pale green half cloth, marbled sides, maroon morocco lettering piece (spine darkened, one small ink spot), top edges colored blue, original wrappers bound in. Original edition of this celebrated auction catalogue of German Baroque Literature, and one of the few copies of it in America. Ours is surely one of the most desirable as it belonged to the foremost antiquarian bookseller in Europe at that time: Martin Breslauer, who attended the sale. The catalogue is profusely annotated by him throughout, with prices realized and buyers? names. There is an excellent introduction by Karl Wolfskehl who wrote the meticulous descriptions with Curt von Faber du Faur. The significance and rarity of the present catalogue is attested by the fact that a facsimile reprint was made of it in 1966 (by Georg Olms). The fullest account of the sale is given by Sebastian Kotz in his 2013 biography of the collector: "Die vergessene Bibliothek. Spurensuche zu Biographie und Büchersammlung von Victor Manheimer." Quoting from the press release: "In the year 1927 a library of Baroque literature was auctioned in Munich at Karl & Faber. Nowadays, the catalogue of this auction belongs to the main reference works which are quoted by antiquarian booksellers, bibliographers and auctioneers when it comes to cataloguing literature of that period. Owner of the library was the German Jewish bibliophile Victor Manheimer. Manheimer was born in Berlin on 7th December 1877 as the son of the Jewish businessman Ferdinand Manheimer and his wife Betty. From 1895 onwards Victor Manheimer studied German language, literature and philosophy at the universities of Berlin, Freiburg and Munich, and made his PHD at the University of Gottingen in 1903. When he moved to Munich in 1906 he became a bibliophile and a bon vivant. The creme de la creme of the artists and thinkers of the Bavarian capital (and beyond) met regularly in his "Stubenrauchschlossl" (Werneckstrasse). In the following years Manheimer was one of the leading bibliophiles in Germany and one of the founding members of the Munich Bibliophile Society in 1907; his collection of Baroque literature was famous, but only little is known about his tragic end in 1942 in Amsterdam." Although Manheimer committed suicide, Manheimer was in fact a casualty of WWII. The sale of Manheimer's so-called modern books ("Von Gottsched bis Hauptmann") was held in 1924, likewise in Munich. The catalogue of the German Baroque Literature is easily the most important of the two. Scarce in any condition; the only other copy to appear at auction in decades was lacking the title-page (Gallerie Koller, Important Books from the E. Stickelberger Collection June 25, 2010, lot 759). Ours comes from the celebrated bibliographical library of B.H. Breslauer, with the bookplate of the Bibliotheca Bibliographica Breslaueriana. A digital surrogate from the UB Heidelberg has been made available online; it does not have any prices or buyers' names. Roland Folter, Deutsche Dichter- und Germanistenbibliotheken (1975), 516.

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        Thomas l'imposteur. Histoire et dessins par Jean COCTEAU.

      Gallimard NRF Paris 1927 In-4 ( 280 X 225 mm ) demi-chagrin vert à bandes, dos lisse titré en blanc "à la chinoise", tête dorée, couverture et dos conservés. ( Reliure signée de G. GAUCHE ). 40 dessins reproduits en taille douce dont 1 en couleurs en frontispice, 1 en tête de chapitre, et 38 à pleine page. Tirage limité à 373 exemplaires, un des 320 numérotés sur velin teinté Lafuma ( n°161 ). Très bel exemplaire, bien relié. D'autres photos sur

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      1927. Plon, Paris 1927, 12x19cm, broché. - Plon, Paris 1927, 12x19cm, broché. - Edizione originale sulla carta corrente. Firmato autografo dell'autore Robert Garric, "... beh fraternamente e fedelmente ..." Dos leggermente insolated con una piccola e una mancanza incollata piede lacrima. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant. Envoi autographe signé de Georges Bernanos à Robert Garric : "... bien fraternellement et fidèlement..." Dos légèrement insolé comportant un petit manque ainsi qu'une déchirure recollée en pied.

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        Carry On, Jeeves!

      George H. Doran Company (1927), New York - Original brown cloth, lettered in orange on the front panel and spine. Doran insignia slug present on the copyright page. In a complete unclipped dust jacket which has benefitted with some very minor restoration including three letters at the top of the spine. All the colors are bright and clear. Consists of ten related stories featuring the incomparable Jeeves. McIlvaine A34B. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Wit's End ( Dj Title: "Wits End")

      Wishart & Co, London 1927 - 288 Pp. Blue Cloth, Lettered And Stamped In Black. First Printing, With 1928 Date On Title Page, No Additional Printing Noted On Copyright Page; Later Printings Have The Printing Indicated On The Copyright Page. Dj Printed In Green And Black, "Madman" And Lovely Young Woman, Each In Their Own Despair; Dj Signed "M S". The Author's Fourth And Last Novel. Despite The Arresting Dj Image, A Comedy About A Man Who Feigns Madness To Marry The Woman He Loves. A Near Fine Example Of The Book, Slight Rubbing At Corners, No Other Wear, No Names Or Marks, Lettering Strong. Dj Is Fine, Remarkably Well Preserved, No Rubbing Or Wear, No Nicks Or Chips Or Stains Or Creases, Not Price Clipped (7/6), As New; The Dj Is One Of An Archive Of Jackets Carefully Stored Flat Apart From The Books, With Not A Hint Of Fading. Probably The Finest Extant Copy, By Far; A Scarce Book In The Original Edition, Which Apparently Had Only A Single Printing; No U.S. Issue; Worldcat Shows Only A Few Institutional Copies, Only One Of Which Is In The U.S. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA]
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        Wit's End

      Wishart and Co London 1927 - First Edition. M. S. dustjacket art. "The hero of this book in engaged to one girl and in love with another. The day of the wedding is fixed. Temporary madness seems the only way out, but when, through the devotion of his fiancee, the patient is transferred to the home of her parents, the complications begin". Very scarce title. Near Fine in attractive Very Good dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Champ Fleury

      The Grolier Club, New York 1927 - Primer libro tipografía. Edición limitada 397 ej. Literatura francesa en Inglés. Folio (5) + XXIII +208 pags., 32 x 22 cm Encuadernado en media piel con estuche, en buen estado de conservación. 1/4 Vellum de editor, con motivos decorativos. Conserva sobrecubierta original. El estuche está ligeramente desgastado. Una de 390 copias regulares de una edición de 397 copias. Ilustraciones textuales de B/N en todas partes.  Escrito: 'Colophon, with desgin of Bruce Rogers: At the printing house of William Edwin Rudge, Mount Vernon, New York, October, 1927. El comité de Publicaciónes de Grolier Club certifica que esta copia de George B., traducción de Ives's de la ona de Geofroy Tory's CHAMP FLEURY se editarion 397 copias. Muy buen ejemplar, ver fotos.   Geoffroy Tory (Bourges, c. 1480 - París, 1533) fue un humanista y grabador francés, conocido por sus contribuciones tipográficas al francés. Tory estudió en Bourges, Roma y Bolonia. Fue profesor de gramática y filosofía de varias escuelas de la Universidad de París. También trabajó como grabador y corrector.     Champ Fleury Estudio de las proporciones de las letras en relación con el cuerpo humano y está dividido en tres partes: en la primera trata sobre la regulación de la lengua francesa, la segunda muestra el diseño del alfabeto latino y su relación con el cuerpo humano y finalmente la tercera que versa sobre la pronunciación de cada una de las letras. El libro cuenta además con los dibujos de las letras romanas capitales realizados con regla y compás por el propio Tory [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: El Archivo]
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        Now We Are Six. Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard.

      London, Methuen and Co., 1927. - First Edition in publisher's De Luxe binding of blue full morocco with gilt titles and decoration to spine, decorative gilt rule to boards with gilt-stamped illustration to centre of upper; all edges gilt, pink pictorial end papers. 8vo.; pp. 103. Neat small inscription to f.f.e.p. A fine copy held in a protective custom made blue cloth wallet. Book Collector No.271, 'The Great Illustrators'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, PBFA, ABA, ILAB]
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