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        Realismo Mágico. Cubierta Alternativa

      Madrid, Revista de Occidente 1927 - Madrid, Revista de Occidente, 1927. Primera edición Mítica primera edición de un libro que fue fundamental para los artistas de vanguardia españoles de la época. El IVAM y la Fundación Caja Madrid dedicaron una exposición exclusiva a este libro su incidencia en España. Este ejemplar presenta la cubierta alternativa, no la famosa tipográfica. Aunque sea menos conocida, es muy rara y buscada. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Largine]
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        The True Historie of Lucian The Samosatenian Translated from the Greeke into English by Francis Hickes with an introduction by J. S. Phillimore MA, LL.D. together with the Greeke and decorated with wood engravings by Robert Gibbings

      Great Britain:: The Golden Cockerell Press,, 1927.. Limited Edition. 1/4 cloth. Fine. Fine in a Fine Slipcase. Limited Edition- this being #49 of 275 copies on English hand-made paper; numbered under the Colophon. Slender Folio 12.5 x 8.75 inches. Quarter-bound in chestnut brown morocco over natural linen covered boards. Gilt lettered spine with five raised bands. Bound by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. TEG, fore-edge and tail untrimmed. [x], 43, [5]. 55 wood engravings by Robert Gibbings. Colophon with cockerel [decorated cock by David Jones] at the foot. Printed by Robert Gibbings at The Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham Saint Lawrence in Berkshire, and completed on the 10th day of November, 1927. Set in 14 pt Caslon O.F type, with the Greek text arranged as a border. The text of the Greek, set with the assistance of the Oxford University Press, is that of the Jacobitz Edition (1852). The English is taken from the first edition (1634) in the British Museum. A handsome edition of this classic adventurer's tale and though Lucian's exploits have been likened to Gulliver's Travels, by their very nature he finds "classical things are seldom quaint...Lucian himself has a difficulty in finding any stance between intellectualism and oriental childish extravagance" - a sentiment beautifully illustrated by Robert Gibbings' sensuous wood engravings intermingling with the text. Gibbings was exceedingly proud of the production of this book and presented a newly printed copy to Lord Grey and recounts the episode in full in his book Sweet Thames Run Softly; " I had gone along to discuss the illustrations for his book; The Charm of Birds, and with me I had a copy of Lucian's True History, in the seventeenth-century translation, of which I had just completed a fine edition at the Golden Cockerel Press... I noticed he (Lord Grey) was looking closely at the Lucian, holding the pages a few inches from his face and moving them from side to side in front of the one eye which at the time was of any service to him.. he remarked on the beauty of the translation and then proceeded to recite long passages of the text..."(Sweet Thames Runs Softly. pp. 53). "Whether or not of a progressive format, this is a very beautiful book". Chanticleer 53. (Kirkus 32.)

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        La nueva literatura. I: Los Hermes (1898-1900-1916). II: Las escuelas. III: La evolución de la poesía (1917-1927). IV: La evolución de la novela (1917-1927). Colección de estudios críticos. 4 tomos.

      Ed. Páez, Tomos I y II (1925), Tomos III y IV (1927), Madrid. - 19x13. 284, 378, 460 y 478 pgs. Raro. Tomos I, III y IV en 1/2 tela. Tomo II en piel con nervios. Sello impreso de librería. (M8462)

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        The Autobiography of a Border Policeman : a Narrative of War and Adventure in Bechuanaland and Matabeleland / by H. L. Stevens

      London : H. F. & G. Witherby, 1927, Hardback, First Edition. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 320 pages; Physical desc. : 320p ; 23cm. Subjects; Police - Botswana - Biography. Border patrols - Botswana.

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        [Photo Album]: Adrian College

      Adrian, Michigan: Book Shelf Scrap Book. 1927-1936. Quarto. Measuring 9.5" x 12". Green cloth. A collection of ephemera and snapshots from the high school and college career of Dr. Robert H. Cairns while attending Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan. Album is very good with bowing and a cocked spine with near fine or better photographs. The scrapbook kept by Robert Cairns from 1927 until 1936 details his academic career from junior high through college in Michigan. Cairns was active in numerous extracurricular activities including student government, band, choir, football, and the national forensic league, all shown here. The album contains pages from various yearbooks juxtaposed with newspaper clippings, report cards, and snapshots. Beginning in 1931 he started college at Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan with a page displaying photos from each level of school including his freshman hazing. He was voted class president all four years of college and also participated in as many activities as he could including track (winning 1st place in the 1933 conference meet in pole vault), dramatic society, and was on the football team as "the lightest letter man on the squad and also the fastest." His involvement led the college newspaper to dub him, "The Busiest Man." One section of the scrapbook is dedicated to his college sweetheart, and eventual wife, Miriam Custis, who was the president of the Adrian chapter of Delta Delta Delta, with pictures of her with the delta symbol painted on the hem of her skirt as well as group photos of her "sisters." Cairns, himself, was involved with the Michigan Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon which he resigned from due to "objection to drunkenness at parties," the full resignation letter can be seen here. Cairns brother, Paul, also graduated from Adrian and was featured in a Newsweek article due to the fact he was blind and his seeing-eye dog was commemorated at the ceremony. Robert Cairns went on to get his masters in education from Pittsburgh University before going through Westminster Theological Seminary in Maryland and was ordained in Pittsburgh in 1938. Photos from Cairns' Adrian College days show him addressing a congregation at the campus church. According to his obituary he "wrote the first peace message broadcasted into space via satellite," and was a U.S. delegate in the World Counsel of Methodism, once in Norway in 1961 and another in Hawaii in 1981. There is also a captioned picture of Babe Ruth from a golf tournament in Michigan. An extensive archive depicting the life of a Midwestern young man from the late 1920s and into the 1930s. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way Edited by Edwin B Frost and Mary R Calvert Part I Photographs and Descriptions Part II Charts and Tables

      Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1927.. Two volumes. Oblong 4to. vi, 32; (viii) pp. Publisher's brown buckram, gilt lettered to the spines. Frontispiece portrait of Barnard, 1 full page plate of the Bruce photographic telescope at Yerkes Observatory, part I with 51 silver print photographs - all mounted on linen with a page description opposite - plus part II with 50 charts, each with a numbered key facing. Some minor fading and wear to the bindings, very good overall. Edward Emerson Barnard (1857-1923) was born into a poor family in Nashville, Tennessee, his father having died before his birth. At the age of nine he began working at a photographer's studio to supplement the family income. His interest in astronomy began early in life as well and though he was pretty much self-taught he soon became an expert comet finder. In 1882 his talent was spotted and he was employed by the local Vanderbilt University as an astronomer, before being taken on by the director of the far larger Lick Observatory in California in 1887. He continued to make important discoveries all the while and gradually began to incorporate the use of photography in his investigations. In 1895 he moved on to the University of Chicago's Yerkes Observatory where his career reached its apogee with this extraordinary work. One of approximately 700 copies produced, which, by the very nature of the wonderful mounted photographs therein, could never have been mass produced or certainly not to this extremely high standard. Barnard first received funding for the atlas in 1907 and exerted great effort in collecting the data and thousands of photographs for it, checking each one meticulously and selecting only the best. He passed away in 1923 and the work was completed by his colleagues at the Yerkes Observatory - Frost, the director, and Calvert, Barnard's niece.

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        Now We Are Six

      London: Methuen, 1927. First. hardcover. fine/near fine. Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. Small 8vo, dark red cloth, pictorially stamped in gilt, d.w.. London: Methuen, (1927). First Edition Fine copy in a near fine dust wrappers slightly sunned at the spine & edges.

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        Konvolut von 15 eigenhändigen Original Käferkarteikarten von Ernst Jünger von 1927 bis 1964 *Autograph*

      1927.. Karte. 15 Karteikarten aus Ernst Jüngers legendärer Käfersammlung. Sehr rares Konvolut, Jünger gab die Karten seinem Bibliographen Hans Peter des Coudres, der sie wiederum an einen treuen Leser weiterschenkte. // interner vermerk kxx '\m/'

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        Dracula [in vg unrestored jacket]

      Grosset & Dunlap, New York 1927 - ix, 354 pages, plus one leaf of adverts at rear. 7.6 x 5.25 inches. No stated date of publication. Early 1927 stage-play issue ["Did you see the play?" on rear panel of jacket] with rear ad listing only EIGHT J.S. Fletcher titles. Interior is clean save for signature to front endpaper dated 1930. Boards excellent; hinges fully secure. Uncommon jacket very well preserved, with rubbing to extremities, shallow chipping to head and foot of spine, a few unobtrusive closed tears the longest of which is a quarter inch, and very mild toning to lower third of spine. An excellent example of the horror high-point in this condition. Jacket is now protected by a removable archival sleeve, but has been left as-is for your perusal in photographs. 7.6 x 5.25 inches Size: 8vo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Odd Book]
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        Men Without Women

      Scribners 1927 - A very good first edition in a very good dust jacket, inscribed by the author to a judge on the front free endpaper which has been reattached. Housed in a custom-made collector's clamshell case with a leather spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Seasons

      London: Nonesuch Press, 1927. Five pochoir colour illustrations by Jacquier, done by the Curwen Press. No. 701 of 1500 copies. 4to., in a unique and elaborate binding by Riviere signed in gilt on the front lower pastedown, full dark blue morocco elaborately tooled in gilt on upper cover and spine with gilt decorated inner dentelles. An extremely handsome copy, with the booklabel of Grace Le Roy on the front pastedown.

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        Notes on the Thoroughbred from Kentucky Newspapers

      1927. Signed. O?'CONNOR, John L.Notes on the Thoroughbred from Kentucky Newspapers.(Lexington, Kentucky): Privately printed by Louis Lee Haggin, [1927].Rare first edition, presentation copy, of this important history of Kentucky race horses and the Kentucky horse-racing industry, one of only 10 copies printed, warmly inscribed by the publisher who oversaw the destruction of the original type to prevent more copies from being printed: ?"With all my love Beloved. Without you the small part I have done in this book would never have been made. Louis,?" handsomely bound in deluxe publisher?'s morocco.?"O?'Connor was the first person to systematically research the foundations of Thoroughbreds in America. His work became the basis for the writings of Fairfax Harrison, who produced seven volumes [on the subject]. O?'Connor, a Thoroughbred enthusiast from an early age, combed early Kentucky newspapers (1788-1833) for notes on racing and stallion advertisements for Thoroughbreds, as well as Quarterhorses and Saddlebreds. The resulting Notes on the Thoroughbred was privately printed by Louis Lee Haggin.Mackay-Smith, National Sporting Library Newsletter, March 1993.Light rubbing and tiny puncture to binding and a bit of toning to spine. A near-fine copy, inscribed by the publisher and exceptionally rare.

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        NOW WE ARE SIX

      SHEPARD, ERNEST. MILNE,A.A. NOW WE ARE SIX. London: Methuen (1927). 8vo, (5 1/8 x 7 3/8"), full publisher's morocco, gilt pictorial cover with extensive gilt pictorial spine, all edges gilt, 103p., FINE IN ORIGINAL PUBLISHER'S BOX with printed labels on cover and flap, (box with some soil and flap mends). First edition, DELUXE EDITION. Illustrated by E.H. SHEPHARD and not common in this condition and binding.

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      - (SHEPARD,ERNEST)illus. FUN AND FANTASY: a book of drawings with an introduction by A.A. MILNE. London: Methuen (1927). Folio, cloth backed decorative boards, Fine. LIMITED TO ONLY 150 NUMBERED COPIES-ONLY 50 FOR AMERICA (this being #27) SIGNED BY SHEPARD. Printed on handmade paper. Illustrated with 8 lovely color plates plus a profusion of wonderful black and whites with Shepard's characteristic eye for detail. This is a nice copy of a rarely seen Shepard item. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        La suite dans les idées

      Au sans pareil 1927 - - Au sans pareil, Paris 1927, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de Pierre Drieu la Rochelle à l'éditeur A. de Ridder. Bel exemplaire, prière d'insérer joint. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of the review copies. Signed autograph author Gabriel Reuillard. Two tiny gaps minor head back, light bites on the first guard when autograph dedication of the author Fig. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        THE FINANCIER: A Novel

      New York:: Boni & Liveright,. 1927.. A completely revised edition of his third book. INSCRIBED, "For Brills son Edmund from Theodore Dreiser 1928." The first of the trilogy on Frank Cowperwood, a financier and businessman during an epic period of American history, from the Civil War through the end of the century. Dreiser based the character on Charles T. Yerkes, a traction magnate who had a well-documented and colorful career as an organizer of companies, an art collector and womanizer. Dreiser is still considered a trailblazer in our literature for his honest treatment of American life and the vagaries of human nature. The latter, of course, caused him many problems with the critics of the time. The book is a little cocked and cover has a small mark on bottom right corner, otherwise very good to fine, clean, bright copy. Lacking dust jacket. .

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        Pruebas de Nueva York.

      Imprenta Sur, 1927, Málaga. 1ª edición. - 25x17. 68 pgs. Dibujos del autor. (X2766)

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        Insurance Maps of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Volume 2 , including parts of Lawrenceville and Bloomfield (In the East End of Pittsburgh); Plat Maps

      New York: Sanborn Company. 1927. Hardcover. Very Good. 1927. Large folio, 25 x 24 inches, in gray original buckram with leather corners, gilt brown leather front label, and leather spine label. Contains 100 maps with index, additional index affixed to front endpaper, and numerical stiff maroon tabs to fore edges, with corrections up to 1959. Printed on thick paper, slightly wavy, minor soil to top and bottom edges and some finger smudging, but maps in very good condition. Maps printed on both sides, with properties in numerous colors. Insurance maps, cousin to plat maps, show outlines of properties, with changes recorded in pasted-on clippings, giving a history of property ownership and development. Volume 2 includes parts of Lawrenceville and Bloomfield in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oversized book requires extra postage, calculated upon purchase.

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        Troilus and Criseyde

      Waltham St. Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1927. Edited by Arundel del Re. Wood-engraved pictorial title-page, five full-page plates, four tail pieces and sixty decorative borders by Eric Gill. Printed in blue, red and black. No. 142 of 225 copies. Small folio, original quarter red/brown morocco over patterned paper boards gilt, with panelled spine, top edges gilt, fore and lower edges uncut. A remarkably good, crisp copy with only a slightly faded and marked spine. The scarcest and the first of the three Great Books produced by Gill and Gibbings at the Golden Cockerel Press, having a relatively small limitation.

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      Henri Floury, Paris 1927 - 245 x 192 mm (9 1/2 x 7 1/2"). 84, [2], pp., [1] leaf (colophon). No. 270 OF 274 COPIES on vélin d'Arches (of a total edition of 302). Publisher's color illustrated wrappers, original glassine. With 76 illustrations including wrapper image by André Hellé, hand colored in gouache via pochoir stenciling by J. Saudé. Half-inch joint split at spine head and tail, mild edgewear, glassine with many small chips to spine and edges, but AN EXTREMELY APPEALING COPY, the fragile book quite solid, and internally quite clean, fresh, and bright, with very rich coloring. Illustrated with great charm in vivid colors, this volume is comprised of two Loti stories that harken back to his childhood in the city of Saint Pierre on Oléron, an island off France's Atlantic coast. "House of Grandmothers" and "Miss Anna, A Very Humble Doll" are memoirs intended for children of all ages. "Pierre Loti" is the pseudonym for Julien Viaud (1850-1923), who wrote popular novels at the same time that he was a career officer in the French navy. He was known for incorporating material from his life and details from the exotic places he visited to give his novels deep levels of emotion and authenticity. Inspired by Monet, he endeavored to write as the Impressionists painted. Contemporary critic Edmund Gosse said that "at his best Pierre Loti was unquestionably the finest descriptive writer of the day. In the delicate exactitude with which he reproduced the impression given to his own alert nerves by unfamiliar forms, colors, sounds and perfumes, he was without a rival. But he was not satisfied with this exterior charm; he desired to blend with it a moral sensibility of the extremest refinement, at once sensual and ethereal." Artist André Hellé produced humorous illustrations for all the leading French periodicals during the first half of the 20th century. Though famed as a theater set designer, he illustrated many books, most of which, as here, were inspired by childhood. This endearing but fragile book has, not surprisingly, become quite rare in the marketplace, and it is remarkably so in the original glassine. No. 270 OF 274 COPIES on vélin d'Arches (of a total edition of 302). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA)]
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      New York: Brentano's, 1927. No. 66 OF 600 COPIES of the American Edition n. Hardcover. 337 x 261 mm (13 1/4 x 10 1/4"). 127, [1] pp., [1] leaf (colophon). No. 66 OF 600 COPIES of the American Edition. Publisher's ivory paper boards backed with linen, upper cover with color vignette by Bakst. In the scarce original pictorial dust jacket. Housed in a modern cloth slipcase. With woodcut headpieces and decorative initials, and WITH 42 PLATES, comprised of 20 full-page hand-colored plates heightened with gold or silver, nine full-page black and white plates, one magenta full-page plate, and 12 mounted or tipped-on color plates (with tissue guards), all reproducing works by Bakst. Dust jacket panels a bit toned and lightly foxed, jacket spine with thumb-sized portion missing and front joint partly torn, but the covers and spine of the volume itself in fine condition. Contents beginning to come loose (though still intact) because of perishing gutta percha, some offsetting from illustrations without tissue guards, but the text very fresh, and the vibrantly colored plates clean and pleasing. Rarely found in general and particularly with dust jacket, this is a vividly illustrated survey of the art of Léon Bakst, Russian painter and stage designer (see previous entry). The accompanying essays in the book are: "The Art of Bakst" by Valerian Svietlov (pseudonym of V. I. Ivchenko); "Leo Bakst, Renovator of the Modern Art" by Louis Réau; "Considerations of Leo Bakst's Art" by Denis Roche; and "Leo Bakst Illustrator of Music" by André Tessier. ABPC records only five copies at auction since 1976, each with major condition issues, two of them in the visually memorable dust jacket (depicting a Harlequin-esque character carrying a swooning Colombina under his left arm like a sack of brightly-colored potatoes).

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      First edition, one of 129 numbered copies on laid Lafuma Navarre and taxed back at quarto foolscap, deluxe edition.Bel published as exemplary. Nrf Paris 1927 17x22cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Chroniques EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête

      Paris: Nrf, 1927. Fine. Nrf, Paris 1927, 17x22cm, broché. - First edition, one of 129 numbered copies on laid Lafuma Navarre and taxed back at quarto foolscap, deluxe edition. Bel published as exemplary. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 129 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé Lafuma Navarre et réimposés au format in-quarto tellière, tirage de tête. Une minuscule tache en pied du second plat. Bel exemplaire tel que paru.

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      Paris: Plon, 1927. Fine. Plon, Paris 1927, 11,5x18,5cm, relié. - Original edition on the current paper. Binding to bradel half percaline almond corners, smooth back, as piece of black grief, paper dishes decorative, preserved covers and backs, gilded head. Signed autograph of the author John Heir. Annotations and notes the dedicatee about this book on the colophon page and its reverse. In addition, two press cuttings relating to the publication of "Sham" were glued on the following guards. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant. Reliure à la bradel en demi percaline amande à coins, dos lisse, pièce de titre de chagrin noir, plats de papier à motifs décoratifs, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée. Envoi autographe signé de Georges Bernanos à Jean Héritier. Annotations et remarques du dédicataire concernant cet ouvrage sur la page d'achevé d'imprimer et en son verso. En outre, deux coupures de presse relatives à la parution de "l'Imposture" ont été encollées sur les gardes suivantes.  

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        International Protest

      Paris: 2 February,, 1927. Folio, single leaf. A lightly creased, clean sheet. French text of the protest against Samuel Roth's piracy of Ulysses in Two Worlds Monthly. Joyce, frustrated by the slow-moving legal proceedings against Roth, had this protest drawn up, which he revised. More than 167 literary and cultural figures added their names to the protest, including Wyndham Lewis, E. M, Forster, Albert Einstein, Ernest Hemingway, W. B. Yeats, D. H. Lawrence, Virigina Woolf, and T. S. Eliot. It was released to the press on Joyce's birthday, and later reprinted in the April 1927 issue of Transition. The protest turned Roth into a literary pariah but failed to restrain him from printing more instalments. The injunction which Joyce won against Roth on 28 December 1928 only managed to put a temporary stop to his activities: the following year he published a piracy of the novel under the fictitious imprint of "Shakespeare and Company, Paris 1927". This unauthorised edition, effectively the first American edition, was later used as a template by Random House for their 1934 edition, which remained the standard edition in the US until 1961.

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        Now we are Six

      Methuen & Co 1927 - Methuen & Co, London 1927. First UK Edition / First Printing. tated First Published in 1927, no additional printings. Red cloth boards. Top edge gold gilt. Jacket priced at 7/6 net. Book Condition: Very Good, tight spine, clean boards. Shelf wear at the spine, owner inscription at the half title page. Darkening at the spine, age toning. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, shelf wear, light chipping. Age toning, darkening at the spine. Wrapped in a new mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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, illustrated endpapers, top edge gilt. Illustrated throughout by E. H. Shepard. Spine gently rolled and darkened, tips a little rubbed, internally fresh; an excellent copy, overall bright and fresh. First edition, first impression. As charming ephemera, a postcard featuring the author and his son is laid-in.

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        How the Old Woman Got Home

      London, The Richards Press,, 1927. Octavo. Original red boards, titles to upper board and spine in black. With the pictorial dust jacket. Minor toning to the text but a superb copy in the mildly tanned dust jacket with a single, tiny chip. First Edition, First Impression. Scarce in the dust jacket.

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        The Compleat Angler or The Contemplative Man's Recreation. Edited by JOHN MAJOR. Illustrated from engravings on wood by E. Fitch Daglish, F.Z.S

      London: Thornton Butterworth, 1927. First edition thus. Limited edition. Signed by Artist. Hardcover. 4to. (11.75 x 9.5 inches). pp.367, (i). Frontispiece, 15 plates, lettered tissue guards, with an extra plate signed to margin by the artist in pencil, tipped onto the (browned) verso of the printed fold-over at the front paste-down. All engravings on India paper. Publisher's quarter vellum, lettered in black to spine, spine a little darkened. Boards covered with patterned paper. Gift inscription in ink (dated 1928) generously written across the front free endpaper. The original plain card slipcase (numbered 36 in ink) is rubbed to edges, worn, stained, marked and split along one edge but complete. O/w contents bright and clean. Binding firm and square. A handsome copy, near fine, in a tired and worn slipcase. No.36 of an edition limited to 300 copies, with extra engraving signed by the artist. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

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        La suite dans les idées EDITION ORIGINALE Service de presse ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Au sans pareil, 1927. Fine. Au sans pareil, Paris 1927, 12x19cm, broché. - First edition, review copy. Signed autograph of the author for the "Youth Magazine". A small lack in foot of the back. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de Pierre Drieu la Rochelle pour la "Revue des jeunes". Un petit manque en pied du dos.

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        To Galapagos on the Ara 1926: the events of a pleasure-cruise to the Galapagos Islands and a classification of a few rare aquatic findings, including two specimens of a new species of shark never caught before and here described for the first time

      Mt. Vernon NY: Privately printed by William Edwin Rudge, 1927. One of 500 specially bound copies of a total edition of 900. With 30 color plates of fish by William E. Belanske, folding map and numerous photographic illustrations. 1 vols. Lg 4to. Original blue handmade paper over boards, blue levant morocco spine, t.e.g. Fine copy, lacking box. One of 500 specially bound copies of a total edition of 900. With 30 color plates of fish by William E. Belanske, folding map and numerous photographic illustrations. 1 vols. Lg 4to. Beachcomber Bill's copy. A fascinating account of this social and scientific expedition, and a monumental example of fine book production. William E. Belanske's copy with two photographs aboard the Ara, one of which is used in the present work: The Ara at Tagus Cove, p. [56] in the published book. "Beachcomber Bill" and Charlie "Whale shark" Thompson, Galapagos I'd's, Pacific Ocean, 1926, "Some Dolphins" Belanske accompanied Vanderbilt on many of the cruises and painted dozens of ichthyological watercolors to illsutrate the books. A great association.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Uj francia költ?k. [New French Poets.]

      Uj Föld, Budapest 1927 - First edition. In original typographically illustrated cover, printed in red, blue and black. 71, (1) p. Cover by Sándor Bortnyik (1893-1976) the Hungarian painter and graphic designer. He was influenced by Cubism, Expressionism, Constructivism and the Bauhaus. Hungarian translations of Valéry's, Rimbaud's, Apollinaire's, Cendrars', Cocteau's, Tzara's, Eluard's, etc. poems. Artistically restored. In fine condition. In original typographically illustrated cover, printed in red, blue and black [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Földvári Books]
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        NOW WE ARE SIX

      NY: E.P. Dutton. Fine/Fine. 1927. First American Edition. Hard Cover. Large 8vo Signed by Author and Illustrator Limited Edition. (2), frontispiece, IX, 103, (3). Limitation page between IV & V; No. 34 of 200 COPIES SIGNED BY MILNE & SHEPARD.3/4 Pink Cloth, Light Blue Paper Label on Spine, Light Blue Paper Sides with Black Illustration Front Cover. BINDING FINE DUST JACKET is FINE in Publisher's MATCHING BOX, faded on margins otherwise FINE.VERY SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION. .

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        Now We Are Six

      Dutton 1927 - A very good first US signed limited large paper edition, signed by Milne and Shepard. Very good in very good dust jacket and good original box. Also housed in a clamshell case. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        The Big Four.

      London: W. Collins & Sons. 1927. - First edition. Octavo, pp. v, 281. Blue cloth covers with titles in terracota to spine and front. Slight lean to the bookblock which remains tightly bound but has frequent light spotting, especially to the edges and the prelims. Quite heavy bumping and wear to all the edges and corners of the covers but the boards remain bright. A very presentable copy of Christie's seventh novel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, ABA, ILAB]
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        Peking the Beautiful

      Shanghai: The Commercial Press Limited,, 1927. Comprising seventy Photographic Studies of the Celebrated Monuments of China's Northern Capital and its Environs Complete with Descriptive and Historical Notes. Quarto. Original blue silk padded boards, front board richly embroidered with a stylised floral frame enclosing the titles and a design of the Temple of Heaven, fore edges untrimmed. With the publisher's pictorial cardboard box and glassine flaps. Photographic frontispiece reproduced in sepia, 58 similar plates, and 11 coloured plates, all tipped onto card with printed brown frames. A fine copy in an excellent box with light wear to extremities, one metal corner repaired and lacking another, glassine a touch creased and chipped. First edition, first printing, of this commercial photobook on Beijing. Published in China, this gift book was aimed at the European market and presents traditional sights and monuments of the capital and its surroundings, including the Summer Palace, the Forbidden City, the South Sea Palaces, and the Hunting Park Pagoda. With an introduction by Hu Shih, former Professor of Philosophy at the National University of Peking. Exceedingly scarce in such a fine condition and with the publisher's box.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Sencilla Exposición de la Vida e ideas de Sanderson de Oundle. [The Story of a Great Schoolmaster. Being a plain Acount of the Life and Ideas of Sanderson of Oundle. 1924]. Traducción del inglés por Antonio de Zulueta

      Madrid, Ediciones de «La Lectura», s.a. (hacia 1927). 4to. menor; 200 pp., 1 h. Cubiertas originales. Frederick William Sanderson (1857-1922) fue un gran pedagogo inglés que permaneció en la Oundle School desde 1892 hasta el fin de sus dias, haciendo de ella la mejor Escuela de Inglaterra pa ar los Estudios de Ciencia e Ingeniería. Herbert George Wells, Chairman del University College de Londres, dice de él: «I think him beyond question the greatest man I have ever known with any degree of intimacy».

      [Bookseller: Hesperia Libros]
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        Depero Futurista

      1927. DEPERO, Fortunato. Depero Futurista. 118 ff., printed on various paper stocks, of which some are coloured; most versos blank. Illustrated with 28 halftone plates in text, 2 in colour. Line-block illustrations and typographic designs throughout, many printed in red and black. Oblong 4to., 245 x 322 mm, bound in flexible blue boards, printed in black and white, secured with massive metal bolts, as issued. Preserved in cloth box. Milano/ New York/ Paris/ Berlin: Edizione Italiana Dinamo Azari, 1927. Depero's famous "Futurist bolted book," from his own design, is an anthology of his theatrical and commercial designs from 1913 to 1927, long regarded as one of the avant-garde masterpieces in the history of the book-object. "Depero Futurista exemplifies many of the Futurist innovations: witty typographical effects, the use of colored inks and decorated paper, and the brilliant idea of dynamo binding, making the book seem like a machine" (Jentsch). "[This] book Is Mechanical, bolted like a motor, Dangerous, can constitute a projectile weapon. Unclassifiable, cannot fit into a library with the other volumes. And therefore it is in its exterior form Original, Invasive, and Assaulting, like Depero and his art" (from the preface to the work). Stated limitation of 1000 numbered copies (never completed). Discreet ownership stamp on front free endpaper, and faint trace of ownership stamp on title-page. Overall, a fine copy. Jentsch, The Artist and the Book in twentieth Century Italy No. 177. See: Del Junco, Futurist Depero, 2014.

      [Bookseller: Ursus Rare Books]
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        The Big Four

      London: W. Collins & Sons. 1927., 1927. First edition. Octavo, pp. v, 281. Blue cloth covers with titles in terracota to spine and front. Slight lean to the bookblock which remains tightly bound but has frequent light spotting, especially to the edges and the prelims. Quite heavy bumping and wear to all the edges and corners of the covers but the boards remain bright. A very presentable copy of Christie's seventh novel.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Complete Works Percy Bysshe Shelley, Newly Edited By Roger Ingpen and Walter E. Peck in Ten Volumes

      Julian Editions -- Ernst Benn Limited, London 1927 - Limited edition, 1st thus; 10 volumes, 8vo. Finely bound in quarter vellum, black label, gilt title and decoration to spine, green cloth boards with gilt triple rule, top edges gilt. a couple of volumes has some spottiing, Volume 8 has lite scuff mark on top edges; Labels are in VG condition, vellum has darkened a bit with age; one of 780 sets printed, in the UK and 285 in the US; in mylar protective wraps Size: 8 Vo; .22 Pounds [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dorley House Books, Inc.]
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        Tajemství. [Mystery.]

      Edice Harmonia (Fotopodnik ?tork, Aeroretu?) (1927?), Praha (Prague) - Text printed in black on a multi-coloured circle shaped photomontage by Szpyk. First edition. One page print. On verso the modernist emblem of Fotopodnik ?tork. 275 × 380 mm. A "photosynthesis", a combination of photography and poetry by Vilém Szpyk (1902-1939), the Czech avant-garde poet, writer and photographer. A surrealist photomontage composed mostly by women's faces, in the lower part a war scene and a mass, on the left a tank appears, and the composition is crowned with the sun and moon on the top printed in red. This photomontage is overlaid with the poem "Tajemství" (Mystery). Extremely scarce surrealist work. We could trace only one copy in institutional holdings in the Czech Republic. [Ref.: Toman, J.; Primus, Zd.: Foto/Montá? Tiskem. Photo/Montage in Print. Praha: Kant, 2009.; And?l, J.: l Arte de la Vanguardia en Checoslovaquia, 1918-1938. The Art of the Avant-Garde in Czechoslovakia, 1918-1938. IVAM Centre Julio González, 10 febrero-11 abril 1993. Valencia: L'Centre: Generalitat Valenciana, Conselleria de Cultura, Educació i Ciéncia, 1993.]. First edition. One page print. On verso the modernist emblem of Fotopodnik ?tork. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Földvári Books]
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      Waltham St. Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1927. No. 22 OF 225 NUMBERED COPIES on paper (and six on vellum) n. Hardcover. 318 x 203 mm (12 1/2 x 8"). xi, [i], 309, [1] pp., [2] (blank and colophon) leaves. Edited by Arundell Del Re. No. 22 OF 225 NUMBERED COPIES on paper (and six on vellum). Original publisher's patterned paper sides by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (stamp-signed on front pastedown), new replica spine of russet morocco with raised bands and gilt titling by Courtland Benson, top edge gilt, others untrimmed (sides with the dots in the paper pattern enhanced by a previous owner in a pleasing, scarcely noticeable manner). In a later suede-backed marbled paper slipcase. Pictorial woodcut borders to fore margins of every text page and FIVE FULL-PAGE WOOD ENGRAVINGS, all BY ERIC GILL. Section title pages with red or blue lettering. Occasional text initials in red or blue. Cave & Manson, pp. 50 ff.; Chanticleer 50; Gill 279; Ransom, p. 297. Light to moderate rubbing along edges, otherwise very fine, the expertly renewed binding entirely pleasing, and the text fresh, bright, and immaculate from first leaf to last. One of the finest books of the private press movement, this edition of "Troilus" represents an impressive combination of bookmaking materials, typography, illustration, and printing skill. As Cave & Manson says, the prospectus for this work invited a public to anticipate "'one of the most important productions of its kind since the days of the Kelmscott press.'" When the work appeared, "it showed this was a claim to be taken seriously. Gill produced some of his finest engravings for the book. The full-page illustrations showed his work at its best." The whimsical illustrated borders were the most widely discussed feature of the volume; the public was divided about them, as some thought them too naughty, but Gill and Gibbings were convinced of their value, and they were used again with great success in the Golden Cockerel "Canterbury Tales." Though the "Troilus" is generally considered to be the second most important book from the Press, its value is generally as high as any Golden Cockerel item, no doubt because it was issued in a very small press run--225 copies, as compared to 500 for the "Four Gospels," the magnum opus of the Press. The completed volume's modest print run sold out very quickly, and the "purchasers' pleasure was increased by seeing the book rapidly appreciate in value." (Cave & Manson) It has been a very popular book ever since.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Now we are Six

      Very Good Methuen & Co. J Book Condition: Hardcover Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Now We Are Six FIRST EDITION A.A. Milne 1ST PRINTING 1927 Illustrated Book POOH

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        The Poetical Works of Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield.

      8vo, pp.46, colophon, Officina Bodoni, Montagnola, for Elkin Mathews and Marrot, Ltd., London,1927. - Number 164 of 250 copies printed in Bodoni on handmade paper. Indigo trellis-patterned paste paper boards with printed spine label. A fine copy. (Schmoller 20) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Collinge & Clark]
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        THE STABILIZATION OF THE MARK. Signed by Hjalmar Schacht

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1927. 247 pages of text. Original hardcover binding is heavily rubbed at the top of the spine, with chipping, but is otherwise lightly to moderately shelfworn. No dustjacket. Inscribed and signed by the author in the year of publication on the front endpaper "To Mr. Fred B. Bake with kind regards. [signed] Hjalmar Schacht 17.11.1927." Minor browning on the front endpaper. Illustrated with a frontisportrait. The text is clean and unmarked. First British edition.. Signed. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Octavo (8vo).

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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