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        Custer's Last Battle on the Little Big Horn. AND March of the "Montana Column" Down the Yellowstone River and through the Big Horn Region. Narratives and reminiscences of the Sioux Indian War.

      Robert Bruce 1927 - 1st Edition. Signed. Luther High Spot No. 122. Large magazine format. 44 Pages, fully illustrated. Some staining and marking to the covers. Carries the rare and very important signature at the head of the first page of Elizabeth Bacon Custer, the General's Widow. Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Cosmo Books]
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        Dream's End (First Edition)

      Robert M. McBride, New York 1927 - First Edition. An uncommon Smith title, a meditation on wayward youth that is a departure from his trademark ribald humor.Offsetting to the last two rear blanks, else Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Vintage bookstore label to the rear pastedown. Jacket is lightly soiled, with some minor nicking, but without loss and a bright front panel illustration. A lovely copy, rare in jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        The King's Henchman. A Play in Three Acts

      New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1927. Artist's Edition, Number 73 of 500 copies signed by the Author and Composer Deems Taylor. Containing 3 Original Etchings of Joseph Urban's Stage Sets. Folding musical score signed by Deems Taylor lower right. 132 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Linen spine, paper label and boards. Very fine with torn box (splitting but holding) Bookplate of Lucy Bernard Heinman and auction house description pasted onto flyleaf. "A lyric drama of Saxon England, a play of rare beauty dealing with a story of profound passion and treacherous love"

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        The Wild Body

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1927. First edition, no. 34 of 79 copies of the "Special edition". viii, 294, [2] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Quarter pink cloth and marbled paper boards, t.e.g. Edges a trifle rubbed, spine slightly faded, endpapers front and rear show spotting - but a good copy otherwise of a genuinely scarce book. One of 79 Signed

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        Tableaux de Paris

      Paris, Editions Emile-Paul Freres., 1927. Tableaux de Paris. Editions Emile-Paul Freres. Paris. 1927. 4to. With 20 full page original graphics, either lithographs or etchings. Edition limited to 225 copies on velin de Rives. With 20 original prints by the leading artists of the 'Ecole de Paris': Bonnard, Segonzac, Foujita, Laurencin, Matisse, Rouault, Utrillo, Van Dongen, Ceria, Daragnes, Hermine David, Falke, Laborde, Marquet, Charles Martin, Moreau, Oberle, Pascin, Vlaminck, and Henri de Waroquier. With an additional lithograph and an original signed drawing by Daragnes.. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine/No Jacket.

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        The Sins of the Fathers [Der Eid des Stefan Huller]

      New York: Payson and Clarke. 1927. First. First American edition, translated from the German by Sara J.I. Lawson. Small spot on the rear board, else fine in an about fine dustwrapper with a small internally repaired tear. The first chapters of this novel were filmed several times, most influentially in 1925 as Variete (or Variety in the U.S.) directed by Ewald Andre Dupont, and featuring Emil Jannings as Boss Huller, confessing his crimes to the prison warden. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Forsaken Way

      Hodder & Stoughton, 1927. Hardcover. Good/No Dustjacket. 1927. 315 pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth with black lettering to spine. Very scarce title, presumed first edition. Clean, bright and well bound pages. Small tear to bottom end of hinge on page 1. Minor finger marking to title page, front inside board and reverse side of half title page. Fold out map to title page, is clean and bright with a very small tear to top right corner. Very good reading copy. Map very slightly overhangs text block. Very light marking to edge of rear end paper. Boards have minor rub wear to them and are bowed very slightly along length. Very minor wear to corners and one very light dent to top front and top rear edge. Very slightly lean and sunning to the spine with the ends lightly bumped and worn.

      [Bookseller: The World of Rare Books]
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        The Small Bachelor

      UK: Herbert Jenkins, 1927. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good. The Small Bachelor by PG Wodehouse First Edition Methuen 1927. No inscriptions, light foxing, blue boards VG+, in a pictorial second impression dust jacket priced at 3 shillings.

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        Forlorn River

      New York: Harper & Brothers. 1927. First. First edition. Slight foxing to the endpapers else near fine in a slightly spine-faded, near fine dustwrapper with a very small chip at the corner of the crown. Filmed twice -- silently in 1926 by John Waters (not the John Waters of current fame, although that might make for an interesting film) featuring Jack Holt, and more notably in 1937 by Charles Barton with Buster Crabbe and June Martel. An attractive copy. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        HIM

      New York: Boni & Liveright, 1927. First edition. [iv], 145, [1] pp. 8vo. Original black cloth spine and white paper boards. Spine faded, light soiling to covers. In printed dust-jacket tanned at spine with a few shallow ships. Inscribed to James Sibley Watson of The Dial Inscribed on the front free endpaper to Hildegarde and James Sibley Watson of The Dial, "For Hildegarde [sic] & S.W. [not signed]." Watson, who owned the avant-garde journal The Dial with Scofield Thayer, was an early champion and publisher of Cummings. His work first appeared in the journal in 1920; the August 1927 issue featured a large portion of HIM. A fine association.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Dynasts. 3 Volume set. Signed limited Edition

      London Macmillan & Co 1927. VG : in very good condition with dust jackets. Wrappers rubbed. Front of wrapper to volume I marked. Light foxing to eps of Volume 1. Uncut Limited Large Paper Edition of 525 copies Decorated batik board cover with cream vellum/gilt spine 280mm x 210mm (11" x 8"). 165pp; 211pp; 235pp. Engraved frontispiece portrait signed in pencil by Francis Dodd. An epic-drama of the war with Napoleon, in three parts, nineteen acts, and one hundred and thirty Scenes, the time covered by the action being about ten years. Printed on handmade paper at the Chiswick Press. Signed by Thomas Hardy in volume 1[1840-1928].

      [Bookseller: Barter Books]
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        Gesamt-Ausgabe der Werke - endgültige Fassung. Bd. 1-18 [in 15 Bdn.].

      Berlin: Bondi, 1927-1934.. 8°. OHPgt mit goldgepr. Rückentitel, grün marmoriertes Bezugspapier, jeweils 3 Bde. in Cass.; 7735 gr.. Bd. 1: Die Fibel. Auswahl erster Verse. 1927. 141 S., 1 Bildnis d. Verfassers; Bd. 2: Hymnen. Pilgerfahrten. Algabal. 1928. 141 S.; Bd. 3: Die Bücher der Hirten- und Preisgedichte, der Sagen und Sänge und der hängenden Gärten. 1930. 141 S.; Bd. 4: Das Jahr der Seele. 1928. 141 S.; Bd. 5: Der Teppich des Lebens und die Lieder von Traum und Tod mit einem Vorspiel. 1932. 125 S.; Bd. 6/7: Der silberne Ring.1931. 229 S.; Bd. 8: Der Stern des Bundes. 1928. 125 S.; Bd. 9: Das neue Reich. 1928. 149 S.; Bd. 10/11: Dante, Die Göttliche Komödie: Übertragungen. 1932. 231 S.; Bd. 12: Shakespeare, Sonnette: Umdichtung, vermehrt um einige Stücke aus dem liebenden Pilgrim. 1931. 166 S.; Bd. 13/14: Baudelaire, Die Blumen des Bösen: Umdichtungen. 1930. 263 S.; Bd. 15: Zeitgenössische Dichter. Übertragungen. T. 1: Rossetti, Swinburne, Dowson, Jacobsen, Kloos, Verwey, Verhaeren. 1929. 133 S.; Bd. 16: Zeitgenössische Dichter. Übertragungen. T. 2: Verlaine, Mallarme, Rimbaud, de Regnier, D'Annunzio, Rolicz-Lieder. 1929. 133 S.; Bd. 17: Tage und Taten. Aufzeichnungen und Skizzen. 1933. 113 S.; Bd. 18: Schlussband. 1934. 141 S.--- Der Rückentitel besteht nur aus den Initialen ST / G und der Bandabgabe am Fuß. Alle Bände, bzw. Doppelbände in tadellosem Zustand, ebenso die fünf Cassetten mit grünem marmorierten Bezugspapier; der Vorbesitzer hat aber in jedem Band auf dem vorderen Innendeckel sauber seinen Namen gestempelt u. ein hs. Datum hinzugefügt (9.2.2013). Versand erfolgt als versichertes Paket.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Fehlauer]
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        Cronistoria della Aeronautica Militare. I: L'Aeronautica Militare Italiana dal 1884 alla Guerra di Libia; II: L'Aeronautica Civile Italiana dalle origini al 1912; III: L'Aeronautica Militare nella Campagna di Libia (Zona di Tripoli) dal Settembre 1911 al 30 Aprile 1012; IV: L'Aeronautica Militare nella Campagna di Libia (Zona di Tripoli) dal 1° Maggio al 20 Ottobre 1012 (Le operazioni ad Homs, a Zuara e al Confine Tunisino); V: L'Aeronautica nella Campagna di Libia. Le operazioni in Cirenaica Settembre 1911 - Ottobre 1912. Relazioni e studi sull'impiego dell'Aeronautica nella Campagna di Libia. Roma, Provveditorato Generale dello Stato, 1927 - 1928.

      Cinque voll. rilegati in due, in Mz. Tela coeva con titolo oro al dorso, circa pp. 180 ciascuno, con centinaia di ill. b / n, anche su tavv. piµ volte ripieg. Tutto il pubblicato di questa esaustiva e dettagliata opera, rara a trovarsi cosi' completa. Piccoli segni d'uso alle legature, ma buon esemplare.

      [Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Calabrò Maria]
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        Kunstfliegerei.

      . Bleistift. 1927. Signiert. 20,6:27,1 cm. Literatur: Goldstein, S. 594.. Zeichner, Graphiker.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        POMES PENYEACH

      Shakespeare and Company. Paris. 1927. FIRST EDITION. 16mo. (4.9 x 3.8 inches). Errata slip still present. Original light green paper covered boards, lettered in green. Boards are a little toned but still this is an excellent copy without any chipping to the fragile spine as found on so many copies.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Pomes Penyeach

      Paris: Shakespeare and Co., 1927.. First edition. 12mo. (24) pp. Publisher's pale green boards, printed to the upper cover, errata slip inserted towards the rear, the scarce glassine wrapper in fine condition. A lovely copy. Slocum and Cahoon, 24. A special issue of 13 copies on Dutch hand made paper was also produced, "probably all reserved for presentation".

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop]
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        Poems Penyeach

      Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1927. First edition. 24 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Pale green paper covered boards with title and author printed to upper cover, price and printer to lower cover, errata slip present facing the colophon. Covers browning slightly, some minor rubbing, otherwise a clean fine copy.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Secret of the Old Mill, The: Hardy Boys #3 [First Edition]

      Grosset & Dunlap, 1927, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: fair, First Edition, Illustrated By: Rogers, Walter S.First Edition, early state. Red boards with shield emblem showing "The Hardy Boys Stories". "Sorry" spelled correctly on p. 27. CR page lists 3 Hardy Boys Mystery Stories (to this one) followed by "Other volumes in preparation", Rear ad lists 5 Hardy Boys titles to "Hunting For Hidden Gold" and 32 Tom Swift to "House on Wheels". Boards are bright and sharp. Corners very lightly bumped. Light dusting and speckling to page edges. Rare jacket is intact with 2 1/2 piece missing from head of spine, 1" from bottom spine and a few smaller chips and tears (professionally closed where possible). Front flap lists 3 Hardy Boy titles, Rear flap lists 7 Don Sturdys (to "Among the Gorillas"). Back panel lists 5 to X Bar X Boys (to "At the Round-up") and 5 Garry Grayson (to "at Stanley Prep"). Catalog listing on reverse shows 30 Tom Swift titles (to "Circling the Globe"). Jacket in new Brodart protector. Illustrator: Rogers, Walter S.. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 016817.

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        The Ballard of the Brown Girl

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1927 - Issued by "Opportunity Journal of Negro Life." Dedicated to Witter Bynner. Witter Bynner (1881-1968) developed an esoteric rating to evaluate Countee Cullen’s first volume of verse. Using zeros and wing-shaped marks, the Brooklyn-born bard and editor graded each poem (poor, average, good, excellent): 36 scored zero; 13, one wing; 7, two wings; and one ("Incident"), three wings. The 1925 assessment reflected Bynner’s own lofty standards and honest perception of Cullen’s writing. Two years earlier in the Witter Bynner Undergraduate Poetry Contest, the New York University sophomore disappointingly won "honorable mention" for "The Ballad of the Brown Girl" by judges Carl Sandburg, Alice Corbin, and Bynner. According to biographer David Levering Lewis, in November (two months before The Crisis announced the contest winners), Bynner had discreetly consoled Cullen about being outvoted in ceding the poem top prize. Pages: 11. Hardback, beige paper and brown spine with label printed in black. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ASH Consulting]
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        Map of San Francisco showing Principal Streets and Places of Interest.

      1927. 1927 - Color pictorial map (lithograph), image 25 7/8 x 32 1/4 inches on sheet 27 x 33 1/2 inches. Very good condition; soft overall creasing from rolling, two tiny tears at lower edge. A huge color lithographed pictorial map by Harrison Godwin depicting San Francisco from the Pacific Ocean to the San Francisco Bay and enlivened by little comic figures capturing the life of the city. Districts include the Sunset, Richmond, Hayes Valley, Mission, Portrero and downtown districts. There are pictographs of places of interest and iconic landmark buildings, plus two inset maps: of San Francisco "marking some of the early historical events" and of San Francisco Bay and Vicinity. Plaques list "Principal Down Town Theaters", "Principal Down Town Banks", and along the lower edge are cartoon images of historical events, etc.

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        The quantum theory of dispersion.London: Harrison & Sons for the Royal Society, 1927.

      First edition, an exceptionally fine copy in original wrappers, of the second of Dirac's two 1927 papers (the first being "The quantum theory of the emission and absorption of radiation") in which Dirac "laid the foundations of quantum electrodynamics" (Pais, p. 7). In this paper, "Dirac presented a complete theory of dispersion [the scattering of a photon by an electron], including derivations of the Kramers-Heisenberg formula and the Thomson formula for scattering of radiation by atoms. He was also able to treat the case of resonance, which theretofore had eluded quantum radiation theory" (Kragh, p. 125). It was also in this paper that the 'divergences' which were to plague the development of quantum electrodynamics were first encountered. "Dirac's publications on quantum electrodynamics in 1927 completed the scheme of quantum mechanics. At the same time, they initiated a new field of research that soon wasto move to the forefront of theoretical physics" (Kragh, p. 127).<br/><br/> Soon after arriving in Göttingen in February 1927, Dirac "turned his attention to using field theory to understand what happens when light is scattered by an atom, normally visualized as being rather like a basketball bouncing off the hard rim of the basket. But, in the new field theory, things are not so straightforward. Dirac showed that, in the fleeting moment of a photon's scattering, it appears to pass through some strange, unobserved energy states. What makes these intermediate processes so odd is that they appear to flout the sacred law of conservation of energy. Although these subatomic 'virtual states' cannot be seen directly, experimenters were later able to detect their subtle influences on fundamental particles. <br/><br/> "Dirac's calculations also threw up a more troubling artifact. He found that his new theory kept generating bizarre predictions: for example, when he calculated the probability that a photon had been emitted after a given interval, the answer was not an ordinary number but was infinitely large. This made no sense. The probability that an atom would emit a photon must surely be a number between zero (no chance) and one (complete certainty), so it seemed obvious that the prediction of infinity was wrong. But Dirac chose to be pragmatic. 'This difficulty is not due to any fundamental mistake in the theory,' he wrote with more confidence than was warranted. The root of the problem, he speculated, was a simplistic assumption he had made in applying the theory; when he had identified his error and tweaked the theory, he implied, the problem would disappear. In the meantime, he dodged the difficulties using clever mathematical tricks, enabling him to use the theory to make sensible, finite predictions. But it would not be long before he saw that his optimism was misplaced: the lamb had caught its first sight of the wolf's tail" (Farmelo, p. 126). <br/><br/> G. Farmelo, <i>The Strangest Man</i>, 2009; H. Kragh, <i>Dirac: A Scientific Biography</i>, 1990; A. Pais, "Paul Dirac: Aspects of his life and work," in <i>Paul Dirac: The Man and his Work</i>, ed. P. Goddard, 1998, pp. 1-45.. In: Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 114 (1927). 8vo (254 x 177 mm), pp. 710-728, the entire issue in original printed wrapeprs offered here, a mint copy. Rare in such condition

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        Hilda". Eigenh. Manuskript seiner Zeitschrift "Die Einsiedelei" mit wiederholtem Namenszug ("Haringer").

      O. O., [um 1927]. - 6 beschriebene SS. auf 8 Bll. 8vo. Fadenheftung. Titel in rotem und grünem Farbstift, Vortitel und Gedichte in Bleistift. Manuskript der Nummer XVIII von Haringers Zeitschrift "Die Einsiedelei. Ein Stundenblatt". Am Titel ein großes Kreuz in Dunkelgrün, darüber sein Name in Rot und darunter der seiner Freundin Hilda Reyer in Hellgrün. Der Vortitel lautet "Die Einsiedelei | Nr XVIII | wurde als Manuskript in zehn Exemplaren für die Freunde des Dichters geschrieben | Haringer: Hilda", danach folgen die Gedichte "Winter", "Zu Dir", "Erster Schnee" und "Märchen". - Die Gedichte und der Titel nehmen Bezug auf den Tod von Haringers Freundin Hilda Reyer, die 1927 im Alter von 21 Jahren an Tuberkulose verstorben war. Mit ihrem Tod ging auch Haringers letzte Möglichkeit dahin, sich in ein bürgerlich-seßhaftes Leben einzufinden. - Das Manuskript ging vermutlich an "Dr. G. W. Zanker" in Wien, dessen Adresse am letzten Blatt als Durchdruck zu lesen ist. - Beiliegend zwei gedr. Verlagsanzeigen, davon eine mit kleiner eh. Korrektur.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Dynasts

      London: Macmillan, 1927. One of 575 copies, signed by the Author. Etched frontispiece portrait by Francis Dodd. 3 vols. Tall 8vo. Decorated paper boards, vellum spines. Fine, the second and third volumes in tan printed dust jackets. One of 525 Signed by Hardy

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Sebastian Van Storck

      New York: Dodd, Mead, 1927. No. 556 of 1050 copies, with a plate signed by Alastair. Title page printed in red and black, illustrations in red, sepia, and black. 1 vols. Tall 4to. Original pictorial linen. Immaculate, unopened copy in half morocco drop box. Immaculate Copy

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        Now We Are Six With Decorations by Ernest H Shepard IN FULL MOROCCO

      Methuen, [1927]. 8vo., First Edition, with title-vignette and numerous delightful illustrations in the text, half-title and last leaf verso lightly tanned, expert repair to small tear in one leaf; handsomely bound in full red crushed morocco, gilt back, red and white silk headbands, pictorial gilt illustrations from original covers mounted on blank preliminary, gilt top, uncut, a lovely copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. . Catalogs: childrens & juvenilia.

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        Now We Are Six. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. IN FULL MOROCCO

      Methuen 1927 - 8vo., First Edition, with title-vignette and numerous delightful illustrations in the text, half-title and last leaf verso lightly tanned, expert repair to small tear in one leaf; handsomely bound in full red crushed morocco, gilt back, red and white silk headbands, pictorial gilt illustrations from original covers mounted on blank preliminary, gilt top, uncut, a lovely copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes

      London: John Murray, 1927. First edition. 1 vols. 8vo. Original red cloth, lettered in gold. Spine a bit dulled, lettering slightly faded, but very good in cloth chemise. The last of the original Sherlock Holmes books; a collection of 12 cases for the great detective.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        A Monograph of the Pheasants

      London: Witherby for the New York Zoological Society, 1927. First Edition, no. 67 of 600 numbered copies. 90 color lithographed or collotype plates after Thorburn, Lodge, Grönwald, Fuertes, Knight, Jones, and Megargee; 88 photogravure plates (often with 2 images) from photographs by Beebe and others; 20 maps printed in red and black. 4 vols. Folio (16 x 11-5/8 inches). Original maroon cloth with gilt-lettering, t.e.g. Inner hinges of first volume professionally repaired (some traces of rubbing to outer joints), other volumes sound and clean, occasional faint toning of text block, else a fine set. Beebe&#39;s text was been called "perhaps the greatest ornithological work of the present century, notable not only for its beauty and the wealth of information it contains, but also for the unusual grace of its prose." (Ellis/Mengel).&#11;&#11;&#11;&#11;A monumental work of enduring significance.

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        The three Wartons : a choice of their verse / edited with a note and a select bibliography by Eric Partridge

      London : Scholartis Press 1927 - Physical description: 192p. ; 22.5cm. Subjects: Warton, Thomas, 1688?-1745 -- Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800 -- Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790 -- Poems -- Poetry -- Bibliography. Very good copies in the original gilt-blocked, vellum-backed marbled boards. Slight suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Limited editions of 150 copies. 1 Kg. 192 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Class of 1931 Virginia Tech (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) Scrapbook

      Blacksburg, Virginia, 1927. Scrapbook. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. The string-tied soft leather scrapbook has the school seal embossed on its front cover along with the text "Virginia Tech Memory Book" and is approximately 10.5"x10.5"x 2". Over 65 used full pages; almost all with multiple items attached. Some of the pages are becoming brittle and chipped along the edges, occasionally damaging the attached items. The binding holes for some pages have torn. This is a fascinating collection of ephemeral mementos documenting student life as an undergraduate student at a large state college. The scrapbook contains approximately 230 items including: Vernacular photographs showing a line of arriving freshmen, rat parades, scrubbing numerals, dedication of I and K companies at the Kavalier Hotel, Watering Non-coms; Signatures for all of the "Brother Rats" of D Co. '31 plus two pages of other student autographs; Vernacular photographs of football games and the cross country team; Vernacular photographs of the Corps marching at away football games, D Company Barracks, and the Color Guard; Vernacular photographs of the Cheering Section and Cheer Leaders (Nichols was one); Vernacular photos of classmates and friends; School and Cadet Corps paperwork; Newspaper clippings of sporting events including the boxing team; Many dance invitations, tickets and cards including the VPI-VMI dance; German Club (one of the school's oldest fraternities) bids, invitations, etc.; A group of small college seals; Football game tickets; and more.

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        Roads & Harbours. Pieces in Cadence and Rhyme

      New York: Harry Roberts, Jr. [printed by the Derrydale Press], 1927. No. 60 of 150 copies, signed by the author. [2], ix, 111 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Black cloth with printed label on upper cover and spine. About fine, some foxing. Bookplate. Laid into a custom quarter crimson morocco drop box with leather label on upper cover. "A very rare and and scarce Derrydale." - Siegel.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        Suite Provinciale

      Paris: Andre Delpeuch, 1927. First edition, no. 471 of 500 on velin Rives. avec 92 dessins inedits de Marc Chagall. 1 vols. 4to. Printed wrappers, with prospectus. Fine.

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        The Song Of The Soul By Saint John-Of-The-Cross, Barefooted Carmelite; Doctor of the Church. Translated by John O'Connor, Licentiate in Sacred Theology

      Francis Walterson, Capel-Y-Ffin Abergavenny 1927 - 21 pages. 22 x 17.5 cm. Limited edition, copy 116 of 150 signed by Eric Gill, hand printed on Batchelor hand-made paper, by the Chiswick Press with wood engravings by Eric Gill. Introduction by John O'Connor, noting the author composed this piece in a Toledo cell. GILL 280. Clean, bright copy, backstrip slightly sunned. Orig. quarter red buckram spine, green/blue mottled batik boards, spine lettered in gilt. Near fine [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        Men Without Women

      Charles Scribner's Sons 1927 - Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1927. First Edition / First Printing. Dated 1927, Scribner's Seal is present. Black cloth boards, gold paper labels. Page number 3 in perfect type. The book weighs more than 15.8 ounces. Dust jacket priced at $2.00. Second issue jacket with reviews at the front panel. One of only 7,650 copies. {ref: Hanneman A7a, McBride}. Book Condition: Very Good+, tight spine, shelf wear, light spots, age toning. Dust Jacket Condition: Good, age toning, shelf wear, chipping, tears. Tape at the reverse of the jacket spine. Wrapped in a new mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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