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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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        Autograph Quotation signed. In Amharic.

      [Paris]., 27. IX. 1927. - Folio. 1 page. On uncut wove paper, bearing the Schoellers-Parole blind embossed seal, margins uncut. The original autograph contribution of Bajironde Zallaku to the Committee of the World League for Peace (Ligue Mondiale pour la Paix), a remarkable organization formed in 1925 with close ties to the League of Nations. The Committee itself was composed of such notaries as Queen Elizabeth of Belgium, King Carol II of Romania, John D Rockefeller, Marie Curie, and Albert Einstein, who personally gathered the present manuscripts over the course of seven years (1925-32). Among the public figures who contributed to the project were dignitaries from the newly-created League of Nations' member states. "The League of Nations acts for peace and security for the whole world". With French inscription in his hand "Premier Deleguè de l'Empire d'Ethiopie, Bajironde Zallaka". Zallaka was the former Ethiopian Minister of Finance. - The Ethiopian Empire's relationship with the League of Nations is of particular interest during this period. In 1923 Haile Selassie I had secured entry into the League as the only remaining independent African state. In 1936 the Italian delegation withdrew from the League after their brutal invasion of Ethiopia, and Haile Selassie made his famed journey to Geneva to plead his country's case in person. Although the Empire was by now in Italian hands, Selassie's entry to the hall of the League of Nations was sympathetically accompanied by an introduction as "His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of Ethiopia". His speech on the occasion, given amids the jeers of the Italian journalists present, is sometimes considered among the most stirring of the 20th century. Pax Mundi. Livre d'or de la paix. Enquete universelle de la Ligue mondiale pour la paix sous le haut patronage de son comite d'honneur avec l'approbation de la Societe des nations, du Bureau international du travail et de la Cour permanente de justice internationale. Geneve, Societe paxunis, 1932. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Amerika im Holzschnitt. Vom Rhythmus der neuen Welt.

      Jena / Eugen Diederichs. 1927. 4°. 24 S. OHLn. Einband an einer Stelle fleckig; sonst sehr guter Zustand!

      [Bookseller: Eugen Küpper Versandantiquariat]
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        Elmer Gantry

      Harcourt Brace, New York 1927 - Blue cloth stamped in orange. Stated fourth printing. Sarcastically inscribed by Lewis to Leonard Lyons, famous columnist and father of film critic Jeffrey Lyons, to ffep. Front hinge is starting, mesh showing, front cover loose. Spine slant and inward bowing to board edges. Rubbing to extremities. Jacket in mylar with $2.50 price has large chips at spine ends/corners and even soil, tape at flaps. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Now We Are Six

      London: Methuen & Co.,, 1927. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. Octavo (190 x 125 mm). Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in red morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards with pictorial motifs gilt, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, floral endpapers with the originals bound in at front and back, gilt edges. Illustrated throughout by Ernest H. Shepard. Browning to half-title and colophon leaf otherwise an excellent copy in a fine binding. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author to the half-title "Presented to by [recipient left blank] A. A. Milne Dec 26th 1929".

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        Handbuch der mikroskopischen Anatomie des Menschen 39 Bände

      Springer Verlag, 1927.. Halbleder. Ausgetragenes Bibliotheksexemplar, Deckel berieben (vor allem am Buchrücken), Buchrücken teilweise am Rand angerissen, Seiten mit einzelnen Gebrauchsspuren, altersgemäß angedunkelt und sonst sehr gut erhalten, Bd. 1: Die lebendige Masse, Teil 1: Wilhelm von Möllendorff, Allgemeine mikroskopische Anatomie und Organisation der lebendigen Masse (1929) Teil 2: Fritz Wassermann, Wachstum und Vermehrung der lebendigen Masse (1929); Teil 3: Hans Georg Schwarzacher: Chromosones in Mitosis and Interphase (1976) Bd. 2: Die Gewebe; Teil 1: von J. Brodersen/A. Maximow/J. Schaffer, Epithel- u. Drüsengewebe, Bindegewebe u. blutbildende Gewebe, Blut (1927); Teil 2: H. Petersen/J. Schaffer/F. Weidenreich, Stützgewebe, Knochengewebe, Skeletsystem (1930); Teil 3: Gösta Häggqvist, Gewebe und Systeme der. Muskulatur; Teil 4: Gösta Häggqvist, Gewebe und Systeme der Muskulatur. Erg. zu Bd. II/3 (1956); Teil 5: Karl-Heinrich Knese, Stützgewebe und Skelettsystem (1979) Bd. 3: Haut- und Sinnesorgane; Teil 1: Wilhelm von Möllendorff, Haut - Milchdrüse - Geruchsorgan - Geschmacksorgan - Gehörorgan (1927) Teil 2: W. Kolmer/H. Lauber, Auge (1936); Teil 3: Ernst Horstmann/Adolf Dabelow, Die Haut. Die Milchdrüse (1957); Teil 4: Johannes W. Rohen, Das Auge und seine Hilfsorgane (1964); Bd. 4: Nervensystem, Teil 1: M. Bielschowsky/S.T. Bok/R. Greving u.a., Nevengewebe, das peripherische Nervensystem, das Zentralnervensystem (1928); Teil 2: Georges Schaltenbrand/Emmi Dorn, Plexus und Meningen. Saccus vasculosus (1955); Teil 3: Joachim-Hermann Scharf, Sensible Ganglien (1958); Teil 4: W. Hild/K.A. Reiser/H.J. Lehmann, Das Neuron. Die Nervenzelle. Die Nervenfaser (1959); Teil 5: Philipp Stöhr Jr., Mikroskopische Anatomie des vegetativen Nervensystems (1957), Teil 7: Rudolf Diepen, Der Hypothalamus (1962); Teil 8: Jan Jansen/Alf Brodal, das Kleinhirn (1958);Teil 9: Heinz Stephan, Allocortex (1975), Teil 10: A. Oksche: Neuroglia I (1980),Bd. 5: Der Verdauungsapparat, Teil 1: T. Hellman/S. Schumacher/E. Seifert/K. W. Zimmermann, Mundhöhle, Speicheldrüsen, Tonsillen, Rachen, Speiseröhre, Serosa (1927); Teil 2: W. Pfuhl/H. Plenk, Magen, Leber, Gallenwege (1932); Teil 3: W. Bargmann/R. Heiss u.a., Zähne, Darm, Atmungsapparat (1936); Teil 4: Josef Wallraff, Die Leber. Gallengangsystem, Gallenblase und Galle (1969); Bd. 6: Blutgefäss- und Lymphgefässapparat, Atmungsapparat und innersekretorische Drüsen, Teil 1: A. Renninghoff/A. Hartmann/T. Hellmann, Blutgefässe und Herz, ;Lymphgefässe und lymphatische Organe, Milz (1930) ; Teil 2: W. Bargmann, Innersekretorische Drüsen I Schilddrüse, Epithelkörperchen, Langerhanssche Inseln (1939); Teil 3: B. Romais, Innersekretorische Drüsen II Hypophyse (1940); Teil 4: W. Bargmann u.a., Innersekretorische Drüsen III Thymus, Paraganglien, Epiphyse (1943); Teil 5: Rudolf Bachmann/Ernst Scharrer/Berta Scharrer, Die Nebenniere. Neurosekretion (1954); Teil 6: Friedrich Tischendorf, Die Milz (1969); Teil 7 : Lutz Vollrath, The Pineal Organ (1981), Teil 8: Peter Böck, The Paraganglia (1982), Bd. 7: Harn- und Geschlechtsapparat, Teil 1: W.v. Möllendorff/R. Schröder, Exkretionsapparat und Weibliche Genitalorgane (1930); Teil 2: H. Stieve, Männliche Genitalorgane (1930); Teil 3: Max Watzka, Weibliche Genitalorgane. Das Ovarium (1957); Teil 4: Ernst Horstmann/Hans-Egon Stegner, Tube, Vagina und äussere weibliche Genitalorgane (1966); Teil 5: Wolfgang Bargmann, Niere und ableitende Harnwege (1978) Teil 6: Gerhard Aumüller, Prostate Gland and Seminal Vesicles (1979) Schneller Versand, mit Rechnung.

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        Men Without Women - First Printing in Dust Jacket

      Charles Scrinber's; 1927 - First Edition, First printing of Hemingway's "Men Without Women". Book is in a second state dust jacket (has "blurbs on front panel). Book is dated 1927, and has the Scribner Seal on copyright page. Book is tight. Dust jacket is not price clipped ($2.00) and has some edgewear and chipping. Sunned at spine. Solid book in very good condition. Rare and collectible. **All books are part of the inventory of our New Paltz Brick and Mortar Store" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Barner Books]
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        Le moulin de Frau Grand papier

      Paris: Mornay, 1927. Fine. Mornay, Paris 1927, 15x20,5cm, relié. - Illustrated edition of 59 original woodcuts by Louis-Joseph Soulas, one of 1000 copies numbered on Rives.binding half morocco chocolate stripes back on four bands, gilt frames on flat marbled paper, guards and contreplats moire paper , covers and spine preserved (including a restore back foot), elegant binding manually signed copy of Marot-Rode.Bel fully established. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition illustrée de 59 bois originaux de Louis-Joseph Soulas, un des 1000 ex numérotés sur Rives. Reliure en demi maroquin chocolat à bandes, dos à quatre nerfs, encadrements de filets dorés sur les plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier moiré, couvertures et dos conservés (dos comportant une restauration en pied), élégante reliure signée à la main de Marot-Rode. Bel exemplaire parfaitement établi.

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        A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way...

      Washington, DC: Carnegie Institution, 1927. FIRST EDITION, one of only 700 copies, of Barnard?s magnificent star atlas, containing the first photographs to show the structure of the Milky Way. Complete with 51 mounted silver prints (as issued) and 50 charts and tables. RARE. "The greatest photographic legacy of Barnard was his magnum opus: A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way To capture the Milky Way in all its glory, Edward Barnard used the Bruce photographic telescope of the Yerkes Observatory, Chicago. Finance for the telescope had been given to the University of Chicago by Miss Catherine W. Bruce. The Bruce telescope actually consisted of three individual tubes bound rigidly on the same mounting: two photographic telescopes of 10-inch and 6 1/4-inch aperture, and a 5-inch aperture visual telescope used for tracking (guiding) of the stars as the Earth rotates. The great importance of the photographic telescopes lay in their wide-field coverage; the 10-inch had a 50-inch focal length and, to quote Barnard, gave 'exquisite definition' over a field of about 7 degrees (or 14 full moons). The plate-holder for the 10-inch carried glass negative 12 inches square, while that for the 6 1/4-inch carried glass plates measuring 8 x 10 inches."The scale of the photographs secured with the 10-inch was exceptionally well adapted to revealing the structure of the Milky Way; every inch covered just over one degree of sky. George Ellery Hale, director of the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory owned by the Carnegie Institute of Washington, invited Barnard to Mount Wilson in 1905. A generous grant from Mr. J.D. Hooker of Los Angeles allowed Barnard to transport the Bruce telescope to the Mount Wilson site. Barnard secured forty of his fifty photographs for his Atlas, from one of the world's premier observing sites, in a period spanning February to September, 1905"The Atlas was completed by Edwin Frost, Director of the Yerkes Observatory in Chicago, and by Barnard's niece, Mary Calvert. Barnard had, however, personally examined 35 700 photographic prints to select only the best to feature in his Atlas, of which seven hundred were produced. The two volume Barnard Atlas is today an exceedingly rare jewel" (Block and Freeman, Shrouds of the Night).Provenance: With presentation inscription in each volume, ?To my friend Gust. Soderberg / With Compliments of John C. Deagan / Chicago December 16 1929 / [signed] John C. Deagan". John Calhoun Deagan (1851-1934), the founder of the J.C. Deagan Company, was, in addition to being an amateur astronomer, a noted musician and manufacturer who became a pioneer in developing scientific tuning mechanisms.Washington DC: Carnegie Institution, 1927. Oblong quarto (Vol 1: 11x11x1.25 inches; Vol 2: 11x10 x1.75 inches), original cloth; housed in custom box. Two volumes. With portrait frontispiece, plate of the Bruce Photographic Telescope, 51 mounted silver prints, 50 charts and tables. A few scratches and stray marks of soiling to cloth; a little rubbing to extremities. Offsetting from portrait (as always, even with the tissue guard). An outstanding copy of a book usually found ex-libris and in terrible condition. Very Good....

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        The World Crisis: 1911-1914

      London: Thornton Butterworth Limited, 1927. First edition, seventh printing. Hardcover. This is a jacketed British first edition, seventh printing of the first volume of the Churchill's monumental history of the First World War, in which he played such a critical, controversial, and varied role. This volume covers the first four years Churchill spent as First Lord of the Admiralty, as well as the beginning of the war. Of The World Crisis, Frederick Woods wrote: "The volumes contain some of Churchill's finest writing, weaving the many threads together with majestic ease, describing the massive battles in terms which fitly combine relish of the literary challenge with an awareness of the sombre tragedy of the events." Churchill was in a special position to write this history, having served both in the Cabinet and on the Front. First Lord of the Admiralty from 1911 until 1915, after the failure in the Dardanelles and the slaughter at Gallipoli, Churchill was scapegoated and forced to resign. He spent his political exile as a lieutenant colonel leading a battalion in the trenches. Before war's end, Churchill was exonerated and rejoined the Government, but the stigma would linger. Churchill may have meant for his history of the First World War to clear his name, but his six volume masterwork far exceeds this purpose. Many consider the British edition aesthetically superior to the U.S., with its larger volumes and shoulder notes summarizing the subject of each page. Unfortunately, the original dust jackets are quite scarce and the smooth navy cloth of the British first editions proved quite susceptible to wear, the contents prone to spotting and toning. This copy approaches near fine condition in a very good plus dust jacket. This first edition, seventh printing was published in December 1927. Of note, the dust jacket spine, front panel, and front flap are identical to that of the first printing. The rear panel contains advertisements for the 1915 and 1916-1918 volumes, while the rear flap has 'Press Notices' for The World Crisis. The blue cloth binding is beautifully bright and clean with no scuffing and only trivial wear confined to spine ends and corners. The contents remain crisp and bright. We find no previous ownership marks. A few scattered spots are confined to the page edges, with no internal spotting observed. Differential toning to the endpapers corresponding to the dust jacket flaps confirms that this copy has spent life jacketed. The dust jacket is highly complete, with only trivial loss to the spine ends and corners and a moderately toned spine. The dust jacket is protected in a removable, archival quality clear cover. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A69.2(I).i, Woods/ICS A31(ab), Langworth p.105.

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        La Truite, ses moeurs, l'art de la pêcher

      1927. relié. DeCollection. Editions Maurice Dormann et Cerf, Etampes, 1927. In folio, reliure signée Hélène Lesieur en plein maroquin vert, plats à décor à froid et or représentant des ronds dans l'eau, dos lisse à titres dorés, couvertures et dos cnservés, doré sur tête, dessins de De Cousyn et Clérin, planches couleurs et hors-texte de Daumain et Faggedon, 377 p. Mors très fragiles, partiellement ouvert. EDITION ORIGINALE DE CE CHEF-D?'OEUVRE, le plus beau livre jamais publié sur la pêche de la Truite et l?'un des trois grands livres sur la pêche à la mouche artificielle. Illustré de 71 figures en noir dans le texte et 11 superbes planches en couleurs h.-texte avec serpentes, de Clérin, Daumain, Faddegon. Tirage limité à 650 exemplaires numérotés. Gomendy, p. 185-186.

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        HISTOIRE CHARMANTE DE L'ADOLESCENTE SUCRE D'AMOUR

      Paris: F.-L. Schmied, 1927. FIRST EDITION. No. 50 OF 170 COPIES, SIGNED BY SCHMIED n. Hardcover. 318 x 241 mm (12 1/2 x 9 1/2"). 8 p.l. (first four blank), 145 pp., [9] leaves (last four blank). FIRST EDITION. No. 50 OF 170 COPIES, SIGNED BY SCHMIED. Unbound as issued in original printed paper wrappers. With 14 full-page color wood engravings (including the frontispiece signed in pencil by Schmied) and 635 color panel borders, line fillers, and tailpieces in the Art Deco style, all by Schmied. Recto of limitations page with a facsimile inscription by the author to Schmied. Carteret IV, 263. Short ink mark to margin of title page, just the faintest isolated smudge or freckled foxing, otherwise a very fine copy, clean and fresh, with the fragile wrapper unsoiled and remarkably well preserved. This is an excellent example of the impressive book arts productions of François-Louis Schmied (1873-1941), a man who raised Art Deco to its highest level in the field of bibliophile publishing in France and someone who generally was responsible (as here) for every aspect of the production of his books. He engraved all of the woodcut decorations and plates for "Histoire," and printed them himself as well as designed the layout of the text, which was printed with the assistance of his son Théo and P. Guillemat. The text here is a love story set in the Middle East, the work of Dr. Joseph-Charles Mardrus (1868-1949), who described himself as "Muslim by birth and Parisian by accident." Born in Egypt and educated in Lebanon, the physician and eminent Orientalist was a fixture in the intellectual circles of Paris, where he helped to inspire the rage for all things Oriental. He produced a well-received, unexpurgated translation of "One Thousand and One Nights," and was commissioned by the French government to produce a translation of the Koran. He gives full credit to Schmied for the realization of the present work in his inscription, which reads: "Dear Schmied, it is to please you that this unpublished text has been developed. Without you, without your enthusiasm, it would still be in nothingness. Your friend, J. C. M."

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        Hamburg. Altstadtgasse mit Michel. Signierte Farbradierung.

      1927.. Bildmaß: 37 x 28 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), links unten in der Platte mit *5.II.1927* datiert, bildmittig untenstehend mit *Luigi Kasimir* handsigniert. Unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 67,5 x 52,5 cm ). Das Blatt gebräunt, sonst guter Zustand. ( Bitte beachten: Hier wegen Bruchgefahr kein Versand, hier nur Selbstabholung / Please notice: No shipment possible ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. („Blei").

      Wohl Berlin („Küstrinerstrasse 23"), [um 1927]. - 1 S. 4to. An den Schriftsteller Walther Petry (1898–1932): „Aus den Musen drucken Sie ab was Sie wollen. Ich habe keine Bedingungen an Sie zu stellen. Die Gedichte von Valéry hab ich z. Zt. verliehen und weiss nicht an wen! [.]" – Geboren in Magdeburg, lebte Walther Petry als freier Journalist, Schriftsteller, Herausgeber und Übersetzer (u. a. von Apollinaire, Lautréamont, Mallarmé, Valèry, Alfred Jarry und Leon-Paul Fargue) in Berlin. Für den Verlag „Die Schmiede" übersetzte Petry auch Proust; eine gemeinsam mit Walter Benjamin und Franz Hessel betriebene Übersetzung von dessen „À la recherche du temps perdu" wurde jedoch wegen finanzieller Schwierigkeiten eingestellt. Seit 1927 etwa leitete Petry das Feuilleton der „Magdeburgischen Zeitung" und setzte sich nachdrücklich für Robert Musil ein, den er 1927 auch persönlich kennengelernt hatte.

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        Document Signed

      ("Ernst Lubitsch" and "Louis B. Mayer") in blue/black fountain pen ink on document, Culver City, California, April 26, 1927. 8 1/2" x 11", 2 pages (recto only). Very good. Signed by J.J. Gani, as Executive Manager for Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation, Louis B. Mayer as Vice-President of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corporation and by Eddie Mannix at the bottom of page 1 and by Ernst Lubitsch and J.J. Gani on page 2. Joint contract with Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for Lubitsch's services for filming "Old Heidelberg".

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        Rue Pigalle

      Grasset 1927 - Un volume in-4 (25,5 cm x 20 cm), 124 pp. Lithographies en couleurs de Marcel Vertès. 15 lithographies en couleurs, un frontispice et 14 hors-texte. Un des 270 exemplaires sur vélin d'arches. Notre exemplaire broché comme paru, est sous emboîtage et étui ce qui a assuré sa parfaite conservation. Pour accéder à la totalité de notre offre, consultez notre site Paris-Libris. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        CHILDREN OF THE RITZ

      Cornstalk Publishing Company, Sydney 1927 - Octavo; taupe cloth, with titling and ruled border stamped in black on spine and front cover; dustjacket; 301, [3]pp. Foxing to text edges, preliminary and terminal leaves; boards sharp and clean; Very Good+. Dustjacket lightly shelfworn, with a few small nicks and short tears to extremities, and some scattered soil to rear panel; list of books in the Canberra, Famous Bellbird, and Platypus series printed on verso; Very Good+. The author's second book, one of six Fitzgerald-esque novels written before turning his hand at crime fiction. The story of a rich, beautiful flapper who decides to give a try living life in the raw. She marries a poor chauffeur, and their roles are reversed when her family loses their money and he wins $50,000 at the racetrack. The Cornstalk edition is rare in dustjacket, and the first of the author's books published outside of the U.S. Basis for John Francis Dillon's 1929 silent film of the same name, starring Dorothy Mackaill and Jack Mulhall. OCLC finds 5 locations, of these, only 3 in the U.S. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Der Steppenwolf. = Gesammelte Werke.

      Berlin, S. Fischer 1927. 289 S., 33 S. eingebundenes "Tractat vom Steppenwolf" 8° goldgeprägtes Orig.- Leder 1. bis 15. Auflage, - Diese Erstausgabe liegt im Original-Leder-Einband des Fischer Verlags vor. Der Zustand ist im Vergleich zu anderen bekannten Exemplaren hervorragend. Hier sind die Ecken und Kanten nur recht leicht berieben, der lichtempfindliche Rücken nur gering aufgehellt, die Deckel nur minimal angestaubt/fleckig; innen weist das Buch keinerlei Gebrauchsspuren auf; die 4 Seiten um die gelben Broschur-Umschläge sind gedunkelt als Ergebnis des holzhaltigen Papiers der Umschläge; Seiten- und Fußschnitt sind wie das übrige Papier nur leicht gebräunt; insgesamt haben wir es hier mit einem in Original-Leder extrem seltenen Werk in möglicherweise einzigartigem Erhaltungszustand..

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Kerstin Daras]
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        Les hommes abandonnés. Illustré de lithographies par M. de Vlaminck.

      Paris, Editions Marcel Seheur, 1927. - 4°. 4 Bll., 209 S. Mit 1 Orig.-Radierung und 24 Orig.-Lithographien von Maurice de Vlaminck. Orig.-Broschur im Orig.-Pappschuber. Limitierte Auflage von 345 Exemplaren. Dies ist eins von 300 num. Exemplaren auf Velin d'Arches. - Schönes Exemplar. - Edition limitée à 345 exemplaires. Ceci est un des 300 exemplaires num. sur vélin d'Arches. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Tales Of Hate

      William Hodge & Co. Ltd., Edinburgh & London 1927. First edition hardback. VG+, bumped, minor offsetting, edges dusty otherwise very clean and bright in G+ dustwrapper (some overall minor wear, rubbing, dustiness, small chips and tears) which is housed in protective removable sleeve. Still a very pleasing example of this uncommon collection of short stories. 9059.

      [Bookseller: Holybourne Rare Books]
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        Negro drawings...with a preface by Ralph Barton and an introduction by Frank Crowninshield

      New York [and] London: Alfred A Knopf. 1927. First trade edition, large 8vo, pp. [24] plus 57 plates (9 in color), each with a descriptive leaf of text; a very good copy in original black cloth, gilt lettering on upper cover and spine, and retaining the original illustrated dust jacket, with two-thirds of the spine perished and several small chips out from the extremities.

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        La suite dans les idées

      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! Au sans pareil Paris 1927 12x19cm broché

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        The Mothers. A Study of the Origins of Sentiments and Institutions. Volume I-III. With a written dedication of the author. Signed.

      New York The Macmillan Company 1927. . gr 8°, Lwd. m. goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, 781, 789 u. 841 S. Als Beilagen ein Aufsatz über Robert Briffault von Huntington Cairns und ein zweiseitiger typographischer Brief des "institutionalist economist" Clarence Edwin Ayres über den Aufsatz und Robert Briffault. - Kanten etwas bestoßen, Klebereste eines Ex libris auf der Innenseite des vorderen Buchdeckels vom ersten Band, Bleistiftnotizen auf den Innenseiten der hinteren Buchdeckel, sehr vereinzelte Anstreichungen, insgesamt noch gute Exemplare. - With a typescript letter of the "institutionalist economist" Clarence Edwin Ayres about Robert Briffault. - Book edges lightly rubbed, some pencil marks. Good copies.

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        Un souvenir d'enfance de Léonard de Vinci EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête

      Paris: Gallimard, 1927. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1927, 12x19cm, relié. - First edition of the French translation by Marie Bonaparte, one of 65 numbered copies on "pur-fil" paper, only large papiers.binding half blue morocco, spine with five nerves, when golden tail, marbled paper plates, paper guards and contreplats to the tank, blankets and irradiated spine preserved, gilded head, elegant binding signed P. & C. Goy Vilaine.Rares foxing without gravité.Exemplaire well established. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de la traduction française établie par Marie Bonaparte, un des 65 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Reliure en demi maroquin bleu, dos à cinq nerfs, date dorée en queue, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos insolé conservés, tête dorée, élégante reliure signée de P. Goy & C. Vilaine. Rares rousseurs sans gravité. Exemplaire parfaitement établi.

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        Pomes Penyeach

      London: Shakespeare, and Company, 1927. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Very Good+. Light wear to spine, with light loss at tail. Pale green boards mostly faded to beige, except part of rear. Stitching slightly slack, with short splits forming at gutter of end papers. Small chip to top corner of rear free end paper. With errata slip tipped in at rear. A much nicer copy than normally found.

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        LES MEMOIRES DE JOSEPHINE BAKER

      Paris: Kra, 1927.. Limited numbered 1st edn (114 of 300) signed by Josephine Baker on front free endpaper. Oblong 8vo. Original card covers in paper wraps (softback) (poor - wraps creased and worn at edges and torn at spine). Pp. 185 (some pages full length and some half length as published), illus with coloured frontispiece, 27 full page b&w plates and 3 vignettes in text by Paul Colin (inner hinges split; some light spotting throughout; no other inscriptions). .

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        Die Rougon-Macquart. Geschichte einer Familie unter dem zweiten Kaiserreich. Einzig berechtigte Ausgabe. Band 1-20 (kompl.). Bd. 1. Das Glück der Familie Rougon, Bd. 2. Jagdbeute, Bd. 3. Der Bauch von Paris, Bd. 4. Eroberung von Plassans, Bd. 5: Die Sünde des Abbe Mouret, Bd. 6: Exellenz Eugen Rougon, Bd. 7: Die Schnapsbude, Bd. 8: Ein Blatt der Liebe, Bd. 9: Nana, Bd. 10: Geschichte einer Familie, Bd. 11: Das Paradies der Damen, Bd. 12: Die Lebensfreude, Bd. 13: Germinal, Bd. 14: Das Werk, Bd. 15: Mutter Erde, Bd. 16: Der Traum, Bd. 17: Die Bestie im Menschen, Bd. 18: Das Geld, Bd. 19: Der Zusammenbruch, Bd. 20: Doktor Pascal.,

      Leipzig, Hyperion Hyperionverlag; München, Kurt Wolff Verlag, 1927 - Schwarzer Ganzledereinband v. Emil Preetorius mit rotem Rückenschildchen u. Deckelvignette sowie Kopfgoldschnitt. Manche Einbände leicht berieben, Kopfschnitt vereinzelt leicht angeschmutzt, Bd. 14 mit klenen Dellen auf V-Deckel, Exlibris auf Innenspiegel, insgesamt noch gutes u. selten kompletes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 6550 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ulysses [published in Two Worlds Monthly, ed. Samuel Roth]

      New York: Two Worlds Publishing Company,, 1927]. 2 volumes, octavo. Original red pebble-grain cloth, printed paper labels to spines with limitation statements completed in manuscript, top edges gilt, red endpapers. Title pages printed in red and black. Vol. II inner hinges slightly tender with tape-repair to second leaf of advertisements. An excellent copy. First edition in book form of Samuel Roth's infamous piracy of Ulysses, this numbered 94 of 500 copies produced specially for subscribers and bound from the parts with stab-holes visible. Roth had originally reprinted thirteen bowdlerised episodes from Ulysses across eleven individual instalments in his Two Worlds Monthly serial, Vols. I-III (July 1926 - October 1927), with Vol. III.4, containing the fourteenth episode, and a preface by Roth both appearing here for the first time. Roth was known for publishing sexually explicit literature and other underground material, including a pirated edition of Lady Chatterley's Lover. His pirating of Ulysses "resulted in considerable public indignation and provoked the 'International Protest' signed by 167 artists and writers and printed in transition I" (Slocum & Cahoon p. 100). Joyce was able to obtain an injunction against Roth, but not until after Two Worlds Monthly had already ceased publication. An excellent copy, scarce in this condition.

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        Transition ( A long run from the library of George Whitsett, one of the contributors)

      Paris: 1927-1938. . 8vo. Original wraps, some covers detached. 16 volumes. Included are nos. 1-4, 8, 11, 13-15, 18-21, 24, 27. This run is from the library of the late George Whitsett (1889-1979), who was living in Mill Valley California, after 1945. He contributed pieces in nos. 8, 24 and 27.

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        Walden or Life in the Woods (Signed, Limited)

      Chapman & Hall, London 1927 - Bound in 1/4 vellum over blue boards, stamped in gold. Top Edge gilt. Pages uncut. Printed on English hand made paper with the plates on Japanese Vellum. This is # 26 of 100 copies, signed by the artist on a limitation page. A bit of dustiness to bottom edge and a bit of toning to endsheets, but overall, a tight, clean copy. 289 pp. 17 woodcuts by Daglish. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Three Typescript Lectures. One: ProfessionalInstitute Lecture Delivered by Professor Stephen Leacock of McGillUniversity at the Auditorium, Ottawa, January 10, 1927, on the presentoutlook of political economy in especial relation to public policy inCanada. Mr. Fred Cook presiding. - 9 pages. Two: University ExtensionCourse, Lecture Number 5, on the gold standard and its relation toindustrial recovery by Professor Stephen Leacock, at Ottawa, Ont., Feb.7, 1927. Mr. J.H. Campbell, Chairman. - 4 pages. Three: UniversityExtension Course Lecture Number 12, Social Justice and Social Revolution,by Dr. Stephen Leacock, at Ottawa, Ont., March 28, 1927. - [1],10 pages.

      [Ottawa]. Unpublished. 1927. - folio, 33cm, being 100 typescript pagesin various paginations, first and second copies, bound-in plain greenlinen binder, very good to fine, With a Leacock folder and a silk Leacockmemorial bookmark, loosely inserted. (cgc) Not located in Spadoni,Bibliography of Stephen Leacock, 1998. Cf D27.2 for similar reference tothe second speech listed above. - The third lecture concludes with thefamous Leacock epigram: "A socialist is an economist who has gone wrong."The collection also includ-es 4 lectures by W.W. Goforth: The Problem ofCanadian Immi-gration", "On the Mini-mum Wage", "On For-eign Trade ofCan-ada" & "On Trade Unionism in Canada". Also includes 3 lect-ures byDr. J.C. Hem-meon: "On the Canadian Banking System-Its Strength andWeakness", "On the Sources of Government Revenue with Special Relationto Canada" & "On Sources of Public Revenue with Particular Reference tothe Provincial Governments." A printed booklet has been bound-in: "TheProblems of Canadian Transportation" by Laurence Chalmers Tombs" andtipped-in newspaper clipping reviews of the lectures.

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        The World Crisis: 1911-1914

      London: Thornton Butterworth Limited, 1927. First edition, seventh printing. Hardcover. This is a jacketed British first edition, seventh printing of the first volume of the Churchill's monumental history of the First World War, in which he played such a critical, controversial, and varied role. This volume covers the first four years Churchill spent as First Lord of the Admiralty, as well as the beginning of the war. Of The World Crisis, Frederick Woods wrote: "The volumes contain some of Churchill's finest writing, weaving the many threads together with majestic ease, describing the massive battles in terms which fitly combine relish of the literary challenge with an awareness of the sombre tragedy of the events." Churchill was in a special position to write this history, having served both in the Cabinet and on the Front. First Lord of the Admiralty from 1911 until 1915, after the failure in the Dardanelles and the slaughter at Gallipoli, Churchill was scapegoated and forced to resign. He spent his political exile as a lieutenant colonel leading a battalion in the trenches. Before war's end, Churchill was exonerated and rejoined the Government, but the stigma would linger. Churchill may have meant for his history of the First World War to clear his name, but his six volume masterwork far exceeds this purpose. Many consider the British edition aesthetically superior to the U.S., with its larger volumes and shoulder notes summarizing the subject of each page. Unfortunately, the original dust jackets are quite scarce and the smooth navy cloth of the British first editions proved quite susceptible to wear, the contents prone to spotting and toning. This copy approaches near fine condition in a very good plus dust jacket. This first edition, seventh printing was published in December 1927. Of note, the dust jacket spine, front panel, and front flap are identical to that of the first printing. The rear panel contains advertisements for the 1915 and 1916-1918 volumes, while the rear flap has 'Press Notices' for The World Crisis. The blue cloth binding is beautifully bright and clean with no scuffing and only trivial wear confined to spine ends and corners. The contents remain crisp and bright. We find no previous ownership marks. A few scattered spots are confined to the page edges, with no internal spotting observed. Differential toning to the endpapers corresponding to the dust jacket flaps confirms that this copy has spent life jacketed. The dust jacket is highly complete, with only trivial loss to the spine ends and corners and a moderately toned spine. The dust jacket is protected in a removable, archival quality clear cover. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A69.2(I).i, Woods/ICS A31(ab), Langworth p.105.

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        Einsame Stimme: Ein Buch Gedichte [SIGNED]

      Martin Wasservogel, Berlin 1927 - 1/20. Quarto. [6], 173, [3]pp. Uncut. Original full calf, with gold lettering and ruling on spine. Raised bands. Top edge gilt. Tissue-guarded original lithograph, signed in the plate by George Grasz. Limitation page signed by Max Herrmann. Collection of poems by the famous German Expressionist poet Max Herrmann. The frontispiece is an original lithograph by George Grosz, in which he details the lines, bumps, veins, and ruddiness of his friend Max Herrmann-Neisse's head and hands in this portrait, picturing him almost within arm's reach. Though Grosz was known for his harshly critical caricatures of corrupt figures, this portrait reveals a different side of the artist, capable of portraying his friend with sympathy. Grosz renders his friend's face with a contemplative expression that perhaps reflects Herrmann-Neisse's description of feeling "completely at home" in Grosz's studio. Grosz represents his friend's distinctive features - his hunched back and bald head - without the distortion so typical of the Expressionists. One of 20 copies numbered in Roman numerals, untrimmed, signed, and bound in full leather, of which this is No. IX (of a total edition of 900). Binding rubbed on raised bands and along edges. Text in German, gothic script. Binding in overall good- to good, interior in very good condition. About the author: Herrmann-Neisse, Max (1886-1941), was in reality Max Herrmann, to which name he added the name of his birthplace. He studied literature and history of art in Munich and Breslau, then turned to journalism and writing, first in his Silesian native city, and from 1917 in Berlin. He wrote mainly poetry and, influenced by Expressionism, contributed to "Die Aktion;" other periodicals include R. Schickele's "Die weißen Blätter." His poetry reflects his own sense of isolation, most poignantly felt after his emigration in 1933. He showed a preference for traditional forms and rhymed verse. He settled in London and, deprived of his German citizenship in 1938, wrote the defiant poem 'Ewige Heimat', for the homeland will live on 'in the song of its banished sons' ('in dem Lied verstoßner Söhne'). His poetry appeared in about 12 collections, including "Empörung," "Andacht," "Ewigkeit" (1918), appealing for the brotherhood of man, "Im Stern des Schmerzes" (1924), "Einsame Stimme" (1927), and "Um uns die Fremde" (1936). Other volumes include "Letzte Gedichte," ed. Leni Herrmann (posth. 1941), and select editions, "Erinnerung und Exil" (1946), "Im Fremden ungewollt zuhaus," ed. H. Hupka (1956), and "Lied der Einsamkeit." "Gedichte von 1914-1941," ed. F. Grieger (1961). Of his three plays, the comedy "Joseph der Sieger" (1919) achieved success. He also wrote two novels, "Cajetan Schaltermann" (1920) and "Der Flüchtling" (1921), and a number of stories which appeared in the collections "Hilflose Augen" (1920) and "Die Begegnung" (1925). Gesammelte Werke (9 vols.), ed. K. Völker, appeared 1986 ff. In 1927 Herrmann-Neiße received the Eichendorff Prize, in 1933 the Hauptmann Prize. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Bridge of San Luis Rey

      Albert & Charles Boni, New York 1927 - Octavo (20.75cm.); original tan decorative cloth embossed in green and black, green topstain, green pictorial dust jacket; 235pp.; map endpapers, frontispiece & text illus. throughout. Jacket extremities chipped and rubbed with small loss to top edge of upper panel affecting the title's "THE," additional loss to top edge of rear panel not affecting text; spine rather toned, jacket verso with substantial tape repair; cloth a bit rubbed, textblock shaken, else Near Very Good in Good or better jacket. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel (1927). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Social Economics

      New York: Adelphi Company,, 1927. Translated by A. Ford Hinrichs... With a Preface by Wesley Clair Mitchell. Octavo. Original reddish-brown cloth, gilt lettered spine. Spine faded. First edition in English, first printing, predating the first UK edition by a year. One of the principal works of the Austrian economist Friedrich von Wieser (1851-1926), originally published in 1914 under the title Theorie der gesellschaftlichen Wirtschaft.

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        Ms. Brief mit eigenh. U.

      München, 11. X. 1927.. ¾ S. 4to.. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Es ist wirklich keine Respektlosigkeit vor Ihren zweifellos sehr edel gemeinten jugendlichen Bemühungen, die mich zu einer Absage (ich glaube, ich erteilte Ihnen schon einmal eine) bestimmte und vorläufig weiter bestimmen muss. Solche Absagen muss ich alle Augenblicke viel würde- und anspruchsvolleren Organen erteilen, einfach weil mein Kopf nicht frei ist, jeden Wunsch nach einem Beitrag zu erfüllen [...]". - Mit gedr. Briefkopf und einem kleinen Randeinriß.

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        Revista La Esfera 1927

      Barcelona. 37x28 cm. 4 tomos. Encuadernación en tapa dura, plena encuadernado en piel, lomo (con nervios, texto dorado, ruedas ) y puntas en en piel. Artículos y dibujos por los mas reputados nombres de la época. Fotografías de Calvache, Salazar, Campúa, Alfonso, Franzen, etc. Dibujos de V.de Seijas, Bartolozzi, Penagos, Gamonal, etc. Bellas láminas en huecograbado y anuncios de la época. Conserva algunas cubiertas originales. (=261897=) Ver imagen

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        THE MYSTERY OF THE ASHES

      Philadelphia & London: J. P. Lippincott Company, 1927., 1927. First U. S. edition. Author's third book. Author's original autograph signature written in vintage fountain pen ink on a 4" x 3" piece of paper and laid-in. Near fine in dust jacket with light internal, professional restoration to spine ends and extremities. Dr. Eustace Hailey must solve a murder mystery at an estate known as "The Ashes." Dust jacket blurb says, "Malevolence and passions more evil than the acts they motivate fill the crime at "The Ashes" with terror and dread." An exceptional copy.

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        The Left Bank - first printing of the Author's first novel

      Jonathan Cape 1927 - A first edition, first printing published by Jonathan Cape in 1927. A very good book with some browning to the edges and to the spine. No dust wrapper. Author's scarce first novel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Left Bank and Other Stories [Scarce first printing of the Author's first book]

      Harper & Brothers, 1927, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, First edition. A Very Good copy of this collection of 22 Rhys short stories set in Paris during the 1920s (minor rubs to the spine ends and board corners, spine title label mildly soiled, foxing to the closed page block's upper edge, pages age toned as expected -- no dust jacket), being the first American edition utilizing the British sheets and a cancel title page. [Harper had the book's text printed in England and published the collection in both New York and London in 1927.] Ford Madox Ford, a mentor to Rhys, helped bring this collection to publication and requested permission to author the book's long Preface in which he notes the author's profound knowledge of the Left Bank in Paris. Of the collection, Ford stated "One likes, in short to be connected with something good, and Miss Rhys's work seems to me to be very good, so vivid, so extraordinarily distinguished by the rendering of passion, and so true, that I wish to be connected with it." A Very Good copy of this remarkably scarce first edition of the Dominican-born author's debut book. QUITE SCARCE INDEED.

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        Down the Fairway, the Golf Life and Play of Robert T. Jones, Jr. - Signed Limited Edition

      Minton, Balch & Company, New York 1927 - First edition, 1927, no. 69 / 300 signed by Jones and Keeler and additionally signed again by Jones under the frontispiece. Large 8vo, vellum-backed green cloth boards, 239 pp., illustrated. VG copy with soil and spotting to vellum, cloth boards show some modest discoloration, soil, fading, tiny abrasion to fore-edge of front board, contents very good and clean. One of the greatest golf books and a legendary rarity in the signed limited edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Down the Fairway, the Golf Life and Play of Robert T Jones, Jr - Signed Limited Edition

      New York: Minton, Balch & Company. 1927. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, 1927, no. 69 / 300 signed by Jones and Keeler and additionally signed again by Jones under the frontispiece. Large 8vo, vellum-backed green cloth boards, 239 pp., illustrated. VG copy with soil and spotting to vellum, cloth boards show some modest discoloration, soil, fading, tiny abrasion to fore-edge of front board, contents very good and clean. One of the greatest golf books and a legendary rarity in the signed limited edition.

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