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        Amerika. Roman.

      München, (1927). Original off-white (!) cloth with the red paper title-labels with black lettering, to front board and spine. Label on spine a bit faded. A bit of light soiling to cloth. Internally fine and clean. Housed in an elegant a custom-made box with red, gilt morocco spine and elegant marbled paper in red, black, green, and sand colours. Gilt super ex-libris to front. Box signed in gold to inner spine: Anker Kysters Eftf., gilding by Hagel Olsen.. First edition of Kafka's incomplete, posthumously published first novel, also known as "The Man Who Disappeared", in the very rare off-white variant binding (it is almost always seen in the orange cloth binding with paper title-labels that have blue lettering)

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        The National Geographic Magazine Vol. LI July-December, 1927

      National Geographic Society. Hardcover. Hardcover; English language; 4to - over 9.75" - 12" tall; National Geographic Magazine bound into hardcover each covering a six month period, this is one of 85 books in this series that we currently have in stock, most are in library bindings, some quarter leather, colours vary - please contact us before ordering if you require specific details. . Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail. . COLLECTIBLE. 1927.

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        C. Later 1920s Collection of Fine Portrait Photography of Natalie Hays Hammond By Soichi Sunami, Peter A. Juley & Son, Ira L. Hill Studio, Ames & Others

      New York - London, 1927. Collection of fine art portrait photographs of Natalie Hays Hammond (1904-1985) heiress daughter of mining engineer and speculator-developer of mining properties John Hays Hammond who became a painter, Broadway set and costume designer, author, and patron of the arts; includes: portrait by Soichi Sunami (1885-1971) with his blindstamp at bottom right and with his studio stamp on back, 7" x 9 1/2" approx., printed on glossy stock to the edge of the paper, light edgewear, very striking and with a somewhat 'noir' feel to the image, shadows and softening of the clothing, upturned collar, very good-we speculate that Hammond's friendship and work with the famous dancer Martha Graham may have been the 'meeting point' for Sunami and Hammond - the photographer known for his Graham portraiture; Peter A. Juley & Son, the leading fine arts photography firm in New York from 1906 to 1975 and perhaps most famously known for their portraits of artists at work - as this portrait, matte finish in sepia tones 7 1/4" x 9" approx., with studio imprint on back and with the signature in pen lower right 'Juley N Y', of Hammond at studio drawing board, concentrating with pen in hand. A bit of fade towards edges, line of old mount residue on back of cardstock, nevertheless atmospheric, good plus; (3) images taken at Ira L. Hill's Studio, N.Y.C. Ira L. Hill (1877-1947) eccentric and prolific society, fashion and Broadway acting portrait photographer - each with the studio stamp and one with the handwritten 'Natalie Hays Hammond' identified, all on glossy stock, printed to the edge. All different poses, 2 differing clothing outfits, (a) 9" x 11 3/4", light wear, few scratches & tiny abrasions, one corner chipped away, good, (b) 9 3/8" x 11 3/4", light wear, few tiny edge abrasions, very good and (c) 9 1/2" x 12 1/2", top two corners with old crease lines, some other tiny flecking in the body of the image, good; A medium size child portrait of a very young Natalie being held fondly by her father John Hays Hammond (1855-1936) "...the best-known mining engineer in the world..." after his stupendously successful exploits working with Cecil Rhodes in the development of mines in South Africa (DAB) and the source of his daughter's later fortune, in sepia tones gum print, pencil signed Ames below right, image 4 3/4" x 7" approx., hinged at side to heavy paper stock mount, approx. 8 3/4" x 12 1/2" image fine, mount with a bit of edge, tips wear, old mounting hinge residue on back of mount paper, very good; light wear; A photographic portrait of "Miss Natalie Hammond dau. of Mr. & Mrs. John Hays Hammond of Washington marble portrait in Royal Academy exhibition 1926 by Cecil Thomas Permission given to reproduce (signed) Cecil Thomas" by the sculptor, evidently commissioned by the family for the work. 6" x 8" approx., glossy stock, some minor edge, tips wear and soiling on back, very good; and (2) portraits that are unidentified as to studio: 9" x 13" approx. size for both, done in gold tones reminiscent of the best of Arnold Genthe portrait work, subtle lighting effects, soft tones and yet very dramatically posed and taken - some edge, tips wear and corner-creasing, one with two closed edge-tears - with all faults still superb images and perhaps the best-taken of the lot; all in all, a very good group of some of the best of the photo portraiture work taken by well-known society and art photographers of the time; especially interesting to have the ability to compare the same subject taken through the eyes of several master studios' work; N.H. Hammond's former home in North Salem, New York is now part of the Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden in that community. . Good.

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        The Quaker City HOLY LAND EXCURSION. An Unfinished Play

      [n.p.]:: Privately Printed,. 1927.. 8vo. 1st edition (BAL 3543). Limited to 200cc. Unpaginated [22 pp],. Printed off-white wrapper with cord tie.. Nr Fine (light browning to extremities/few faint soil marks to. wrappers/prior owner signature on verso of front wrapper).. This previously unpublished play of Clemen's written in 1867, and now published posthumously by M. Harzof, a NY bookseller. According to the BAL entry note, distribution limited to 50cc, the remainder being destroyed on orders of the publisher. A scarce piece. . facsimilies,

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        THE AFRICAN SAGA. Translated from L'Anthologie Negre by Margery Bianco

      New York: Pason and Clarke Ltd.,, 1927 First American Edition. First English Language Edition originally published in Paris as Anthologie Negre*, in 1921. Introduction, foreword with table of the 591 languages & dialects of Africa, extensive bibliography. Lg. 8vo., pp.378, dialect key map ep's, black topstain, stunning African inspired & designed black & ochre printed cloth with small decorative illustrations in-text. This is a fine copy [neat name on the half title] in a very good example of the rare matching design dustwrapper showing very light use [spine slightly darkened, minor chips at the extremities & a 1" shallow horizontal chip at the top of the rear panel]. Contains 103 original folk-tales, compiled from all over Africa, all of which were chosen by one of the 20th century's most important French poets. The translator, Margery Bianco was Margery (Bianco) Williams, author of "The Velveteen Rabbit." A major undertaking & acknowledged masterpiece, this volume brings to the English speaking world, for the very first time, the rich & sensitive images gathered from the Bantu, Haussa, Hottentot, Sumali & others. "And so in this anthology we have not only the wit & wisdom of Africa but the soul of a people which may be judged by the criteria of pure letters" - from the intro. by Arthur B. Spingarn. An important work by this master traveler, cubist, poet & novelist who impacted directly on the thinking of Max Jacob, Apollinaire, Cocteau & Andre Salmon with his innovative poetic techniques & revolutionary observations. A handsome & important production indeed. * Talvart And Place, Vol. II, Pp. 333 # 12.. 1st Edition.

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        Treasure Island

      London: Ernest Benn Limited,, 1927. With Illustrations by Edmund Dulac. Quarto. Original vellum, black calf label in gilt to spine. In a quarter aluminium and tan cloth slipcase. Colour frontispiece and 11 plates, engravings throughout. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. One of a limited edition of 50 numbered copies on handmade paper signed by the illustrator on the limitation leaf.

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        Through the Looking-Glass

      1927. Alice Bound By Kelliegram[KELLIEGRAM Binding]. CARROLL, Lewis. Through the Looking-Glass And What Alice Found There. With Fifty Illustrations by John Tenniel. Sixty-Eighth Thousand. London: Macmillan and Co., 1927. Later printing. Octavo (7 1/16 x 4 5/8 in; 179 x 117 mm). [14], 231, [1, printer's slug] pp. Frontispiece, forty-nine black and white text illustrations. A spectacular Kelliegram pictorial binding, ca. 1927, stamp-signed "Kelliegram Binding London," of full dark green crushed morocco. Covers decoratively panelled in gilt, with five characters from the story depicted in multi-colored morocco onlays on each cover. The front cover with central onlay of Humpty Dumpty in brown, red, pale green, black, blue and beige morocco and corner onlays of: the White Queen, the Red Queen, Haigha (the Messenger), and Hatta (the other Messenger). The lower cover reiterates the upper's design with a central onlay of the Walrus in brown red, pale green and beige morocco and corner onlays of: the Carpenter, the Old Sheep, Tweedledum & Tweedledee, the Frog and the Carpener. Spine richly gilt in compartments with dots and pictorial devices. Five raised bands with gilt dots. Turn-ins with gilt corner devices. Amber silk endpapers. All edges gilt. A very fine copy. Housed in the original green cloth drop-back clamshell case.[The beautifully inlaid and colorful] "Kelliegram bindings were one of many innovations of the English commercial binding firm of Kelly & Sons. The Kelly family had one of the longest connections in the history of the binding trade in London, having been founded in 1770 by John Kellie, as the name was then spelled. The binding firm was carried on by successive members of the family into the 1930s. William Henry Kelly significantly developed the company in the first half of the nineteenth century, followed by William Henry, Jr., Henry, and Hubert Kelly, who took control in 1892, taking the firm into the twentieth century…The development [during the 1880s] that came to be known as Kelliegram was one of the bindery's most notable, and the popularity continues today as demonstrated by the prices Kelliegram bindings command at auction and in the rare book trade" (Dooley, Kelliegram Bindings, Brynmawr Library).

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        Life and Letters

      Doubleday Page & Co.,, 1927. 2 vols. Octavo. Contemporary blue half morocco with blue boards bound by Stikeman & Co. N.Y., titles and decoration to spines gilt, top edges gilt. Tips of spine rubbed, otherwise a bright and attractive set. First Edition. Limitation page signed by Conrad originally to be used with 'The Secret Agent' has had the original title inked over and has been bound in.

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        THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY

      London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1927. First Edition. Hardcover. Briefest of wear to the spine tips of the book. Dustwrapper with a long closed tear along the front flap joint (neatly masked by the mylar protector), chips at the spine tips but not affecting the lettering, and general edgewear with the spine darkened. About Fine in a scarce, Very Good example of the dustwrapper. First British Edition, preceding the American edition by a few days, of this winner of Wilder's first of three Pulitzer Prizes. INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the the front endpaper: "For Mrs. Isaacs/with the affection/of one of her/boys/Thornton/Lawrenceville/November/1927." The recipient appears to be Edith Isaacs, editor of THEATRE ARTS magazine, whom he befriended in the early 1920s while teaching at the Lawrenceville School in New Jersey. Isaacs offered much encouragement to Wilder, including recommending that he apply for a Guggenheim Fellowship in order to finish THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY, for which he was declined.

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        THE CASE BOOK OF SHERLOCK HOLMES

      1927. hardcover. <center><b>"And so, reader, farewell to Sherlock Holmes!" -- a FINE copy</b></center> Doyle, Arthur Conan. THE CASE-BOOK OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. London: John Murray, (1927). Original rose cloth. <p>First Edition of the fifth and last collection of Sherlock Holmes adventures (there had also been four full-length Holmes novels). After each of the collections (except the first), Doyle claimed that he was through with Sherlock; here, Doyle in his preface again says "And so, reader, farewell to Sherlock Holmes!", and this time he meant it -- if only because Doyle himself had only three more years to live. The twelve cases include those of "the Illustrious Client," "the Mazarin Stone," "the Three Garridebs" and "Shoscombe Old Place." </p> <p>This volume is in unusually fine condition (lacking the very scarce dust jacket); W! atypically, the rose spine of the volume is <i>not</i> faded. Green & Gibson A46a.</p> MYSTERY / DETECTIVE (Sumner & Stillman Code:12013)

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        [Illustrés Modernes] François-Louis Schmied peintre graveur et imprimeur. Catalogue des livres de F.L. Schmied exposés en mars 1927 chez Arnold Seligmann suivi du catalogue général des livres de F.L. Schmied imprimés et sous presses au 28 février 1927

      Paris: Les presses de F.L. Schmied, 1927. Broché. 24x31cm. Edition originale imprimée à 300 exemplaires, le nôtre un des 20 exemplaires numérotés et justifiés par François-Louis Schmied, tirage de tête. Ouvrage illustré de 42 planches hors-texte et à pleine page. Dos et plats marginalement insolés en têtes, une éraflure en tête du deuxième plat, rares piqûres, agréable état intérieur. - Les presses de F.L. Schmied, Paris _1927, 24x31cm, broché. - Illustrés Modernes broché

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        A Collection of Motivational Poster Cards (Poster Sales Letters)

      C.J. Howard. Chicago. C.J. Howard. 1927. Collection is contained in original imprinted cardboard C.J. Howard packaging box. 7"x4.75" when closed (horizontal folding card).7"x9.5" when opened. Each card presents a striking Art Deco multicolored lithograph and various coloured borders and decorations printed upon folded heavy card stock. Early in the 1920s Charles Mather, who worked for his family&#146;s Chicago printing house, the Mather Company, took an idea brought to him by one of the firm&#146;s salesmen, Charles Howard Rosenfeld. What Rosenfeld proposed was a series of posters whose focus was to give workers incentive to work better and to work harder. Mather called these prints, &#147;Constructive Organization Posters.&#148; These posters were made to be placed on office and factory walls and were expected to inspire workers to do their best. Mather sold his posters by subscription and produced more than 300 varieties between 1923 and 1929.In 1925 Rosenfeld and another employee broke from Mather to form their own company, the C. J. Howard Company, to sell incentive cards to be displayed on desks in a re-useable easel. These cards and posters were printed as multicolored lithographs to produce easily readable images accompanied by tagline messages promoting such admirable qualities as teamwork, punctuality, loyalty, and safety." -Rockwell Museum "At the dawn of the 20th century, managers had been skeptical about using visual images as communication tools because their appeals to the emotions contradicted prevailing Protestant notions of self-discipline. By deploying motivational posters and illustrated booklets managers began to loosen their former dependence on rationalism and to explore the potential of aesthetics to regulate the emotional environment. In doing so they honed their abilities to define the &#147;correct&#148; forms of selfhood in the factory and to habituate workers to the kinds of values and behaviors that managers deemed appropriate and necessary for the harmonization of workplace relations. This collection represents Motivational Aesthetics- the design rationales and sales techniques of the Syndicate&#146;s two main companies, Mather (which sold motivational posters) and C.J. Howard (which sold motivational booklets for foremen) as a case study of how managers and motivational specialists honed their abilities to cultivate workplace cooperation in the 1920s. Drawing from recent studies of emotion and affect omne may interpret the post-World War I factory as a realm of aesthetic training where habits and dispositions were actively shaped."-David Gray Cards are in Very Fine, pristine condition, retaining their original clarity and luminesence. Box presents repaired splitting to both horizontal sides and various minor rubbing - still quite functional and bright. A stunning and complete gathering of an important component of American Business,Labor and Advertising history. Only one other extant complete collection found - in the holdings of the Smithsonian Institution.

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        Reichsbahn Bauamt Salzburg 1927

      Original photographic album. String-bound oblong quarto. A document of the construction of a section of the Reichsbahn (German railway), near Salzburg, Austria, in 1927. With 93 gelatin silver prints of vaying sizes, all numbered and captioned by hand, two hand-colored. Gripping images of Germany's industrial rise between the wars, with 15 great shots of a rail-service vehicle plunging off a bridge. Fine in string-bound batik boards.

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        Punch or the London Charivari. Volumes CLXXII to CCVII January 1927 to December 1944; a continous run of 18 years bound in 36 volumes, half maroon morocco.

      London: at the Office, 1927. With the Punch Almanack and Summer Numbers bound in; these with full-page coloured plates,some being humorous golfing cartoons. Thirty-six volumes 4to (11 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches), contemporary uniform half maroon morocco, spines decoratively gilt on raised bands and blocked in blind in compartments; very occasional scuff to sides, some light "blooming" to some backstrips but generally a handsome run, well and strongly bound, in good condition and attractive on the shelf. The run of course including the rarer war years. Extremely heavy; please enquire as to carriage costs.

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        DIKTER.

      Albert Bonnier, Stockholm MCMXXVII (1927), 4:o (29x24cm), 86(+6)s med 23 raderingar av Jurgen Wrangel från originalplåtarna, tryckt på Van Geldernpapper. Handbundet halvfranskt band med fyra höjda bind, förgyllda ryggtitlar, blindpräglad och förgylld linjedekor, övre guldsnitt, övriga snitt putsade; nedre pärmhörnen lätt stötta, pärmöverdraget med några obetydliga färgavflagningar (av vilka några bättrats av en till synes färgblind klåpare), raderingarna har desslikes i brist på skyddspapper åstadkommit några missfärgningar i texten. Handbunden hos Bonniers Bokbinderi av William Barkell (med Bokbinderiets etikett samt Barkells stämpelsignering). Exlibris från två tidigare ägare på främre försätts.. Tryckt i 124 exemplar, varav 4 ex på Japan-papper, numrerade I-IV. 120 ex på Van Geldern-papper, numrerade 1-120. Detta är nr 56, handsignerad av konstnären

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        Soprotivljenije vozdukha i ckoryj pojezd (Russian). (The Resistance of Air and the Fast Train [or The Resistance of Air and the Express Train]).

      Kaluga, 1927. Small 8vo (17 x 12,5 cm.) Orig. wrappers, back professionally repaired. Very well preserved. Illustr. w. three figures. 72 pp. (= pp. 1-72).. First edition. All works by Tsiolkovski are rare and important.Tsiolkovski was a pioneer in the field of experimental aerodynamics; by, among other things, building one of the world's first wind-tunnels, he derived a number of highly important laws of aerodynamics and is one of the founders of modern aerodynamics. In 1921 he came up with the idea of making a vehicle of transportation that was carried on a cushion of air. It is in this work he develops the idea (see D.S.B. XIII: 484).The father of modern rocketry, Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovski (1857-1935), is probably most widely known for his works on rocket propulsion, however his contributions to several fields of science have been immense and of exceedingly seminal character. Deafened at the age of nine and as a consequence thereof unable to go to school, he was forced to learn everything on his own hand. His father, a forester, was fond of scientific experiments, and though not wealthy, he had books on science and natural history. Tsiolkovski began by reading all books he could find on these subjects and as a consequence was able to construct quite complicated devices for measuring distances and many other things. Having seen how gifted his son was, his father sent him to Moscow, where Tsiolkovski spend all three years in libraries, receiving no teaching but his own, but still succeeding in taking a degree in physics from the university. T. can thus be seen as a purely self-taught man. After Moscow he settled in the small city of Borovskoye, where he taught physics at a school, spending all his spare time conducting experiments and writing about them. He devoted his intellect mainly to three scientific problems of the greatest importance at the time: The aeroplane, the (long-range) rocket and the all metal dirigible. Self-taught as he was and unable to come in touch with new publications in his fields of interest, he began with nothing and made all necessary calculations himself. Calculations and experiments were always at the base of his scientific works, and no conclusions were derived from intuition and guesswork. He was the first in the world to solve numerous problems concerning his three main interests, but unable to be recognized by the tsar-regime and considered, at best, a dreamer and a utopian, the struggle for his inventions was long and hard. Aged 24 he was the first in the world to formulate the possibility of applying the principle of reactive motion for flight in a vacuum, thus presenting a simple plan for a spaceship. He established the possibility of space travel by means of rockets, and is thus called the father of rocketry. He is also called the father of the all-metal dirigible. He is the first to propose and state that liquid fuel is necessary for spaceflight. He was the first in the world to make calculations for the air-jet and turbo-prop-planes, and it is in his works we find the most complete elaboration of the theory of rocket propulsion for many years to come. "In his works on rocket dynamics Tsiolkovsky, the first in the history of science, calculated the efficiency of the rocket and pointed out the advantages of rocket motors at high velocities." (Kosmodemyansky, Moscow, 1956, p. 69). T. saw it as necessary step for mankind to explore and inhabit outer space and nothing could prevent him from working on the possibilities of this; in short, among many other things, we owe to him the fundamental principles of rocket dynamics.After the Revolution T. became a member of the Academy, was allotted a personal pension in 1921, and became able to devote himself entirely to his scientific work. Now his contemporaries finally saw him as the founder of a new domain of human knowledge, a new science, he was, and he was awarded the Red Banner of Labour Order for outstanding services to his country

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        The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes.

      London; John Murray, 1927. First edition. [19,5x14 cm]. 320 pp. Original red cloth with gilt title on spine and front board. Spine a bit faded and very slightly out of square. Spine ends, corners, and boards' fore-edges a bit bumped. Two small specks on the fore-edge. Traces of a removed bookplate on front paste-down. Front free endpaper slightly darkened and with a small scrape mark. Two minimal tears in outer margin of pp. 5/6. Pp. 303-314 have a short tear and some creasing in outer margin. Approximately ten leaves with a small corner fold. Insignificant specks in margin of around 20 pages. Contents clean. This is Doyle's last book of Sherlock Holmes stories, and contains: The Adventure of the Illustrious Client; The Blanched Soldier; The Mazarin Stone; The Three Gables; The Sussex Vampire; The Three Garridebs; The Problem of Thor Bridge; The Creeping Man; The Lion's Mane; The Veiled Lodger; Shoscombe Old Place; The Retired Colourman. Green & Gibson A46a

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        Histoire du Costume Masculin FranÁais de l'an 420 ? l'an 1870

      Editions Nilsson Paris Editions Nilsson 1927 First edition g Folio. 80pp (Text), 100 loose plates, as issued. Original illustrated wrappers. Complete collection of 10 fascicules containing each 8 pages of text and 10 color pochoir plates. This work describes in detail and in vivid color, the history of French masculine costume from the 5th to the 19th century. Some age wear on wrappers, with some covers being detached, but present. Age-toning and tiny chipping along edges. Minor creasing, age-toning and closed tears along paper margin. Text in French. Wrappers in overall good-, interior in good to very good condition.

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        Deutsches Kunstgewerbe 1927. Mostra Internationale Delle Arti Decorative di Monza Sezione Germanica

      NP NP n/dg Oblong 8vo. 68pp. Original wraps illustrated with a reproduction of a weaving design by Ernst B?hm. Rare catalogue on German decorative art, exhibited at the 3rd International Exhibition of Decorative Arts which was held in Monza in 1927. The first two exhibitions took place in 1923 & 1925. Illustrated with 28 tipped-in b/w photographic reproductions of metal, porcelain, ceramics, pottery, weaving & glas art works as well as a few plates of furniture, toys, and a chessboard. Images depict works by artists such as Bruno Paul, F. A. Breuhaus und Rosskotten, Richard L. F. Schulz, Ludwig Gies, Max L?uger, Arnold Nechanski, Edwin Scharff, O. Douglas Hill u. A. Ehlers, Emil LettrË, Max Esser, Herbert Zeitner, St?dtische Kunstgewerbeschule (Burg Giebichenstein), Krischker (Werkstatt Raemisch), Ernst B?hm, Ludwig K?nig, Alfred Kopka, Frau Marianne von Allesch, Vereinigte Staatsschulen Berlin, Ernst Barlach, Peter Lipman-Wulf, Josef Wackerle, Th. Winde, Max Kr¸ger. 6 advertisement pages in rear. Includes articles by Bruno Paul and Alfred Kuhn and list of exhibitors in alphabetical order. Minor age wear and spotting on wraps. Sporadic foxing to margins throughout, rippling to some pages. Underlining of two words in black pen on page 14. Text in Italian and German. Overall good+ condition. Scarce.

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        Amerika.

      Roman. Kurt Wolff Verlag München 1927. 8:o. Erste Ausgabe. First edition. 391,(1) pp. Publisher´s cloth, worn edges. Spot lower board. 19,5 x 13,5 cm

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        Revolt in the Desert

      George H. Doran Company New York: George H. Doran Company, 1927. First US edition. Hardcover. Very good. Yes. 4to. xvi,(4),335pp. Publisher's blue cloth, leather label, gilt. Illustrated with 18 illustrations plus a frontispiece, some in color. Folding map present at rear. Large paper edition: One of 250 numbered copies. The spine is lightly sunned and the lettering label chipped at edges, the glassine protective sheet between the frontispiece and the title page is darkened with age and partially separated at the gutter, else this is a very good copy of Lawrence of Arabia's description of the Arab War.

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        The Chester Play of the Deluge

      Waltham St. Lawrence: The Golden Cockerel Press 1927 Waltham, St. Lawrence: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1927. (GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS) One of 275 copies on English hand-made paper. 4to. 10 wood engravings by David Jones. Full rose buckram. Fine copy, with all tissue guards, in large pictorial dust jacket with David Jones wood engraving on upper panel, 2-inch chip from head, small chip from lower edge. Bookplate of Howard A. Wolf on front pastedown. Chanticleer 52 . The text of an English miracle play from Chester, dramatizing the story of Noah and his Ark in a way which departs other local versions. In the Chester version, dramatic focus is on the reluctance of Noah's wife to enter his Ark. "In the opinion of some the engravings in this book are the greatest achievement of the Press ... "

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        The Dynasts. 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.

      SIGNED BY HARDY, one of 525 copies, printed on large paper and signed by Thomas Hardy, with fine etched portrait frontispiece signed in pencil by the artist, Francis Dodd. 3 volumes, publisher's quarter vellum and patterned boards, with gilt spine-titles, folio, [1], xii, 165, [2] + [2], vi, 211, [1] + vii, 235, [2]pp. A fine set beautifully printed on heavy paper, London, Macmillan & Co.,1927. * FURTHER PHOTOGRAPHS ON REQUEST. The Dynasts is "an epic-drama of the war with Napoleon, in three parts, nineteen acts and one hundred and thirty scenes" by Thomas Hardy, originally published in three volumes in1904, 1906 and 1908.

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        MICHAEL STROGOFF

      1927. 1. (WYETH,N.C.)illus. MICHAEL STROGOFF by Jules Verne. NY: Scribner (1927). 4to (7 1/4 x 9 1/2"), black cloth, pictorial paste-on, near fine with spine gilt bright. 1st Wyeth edition, illustrated by him with cover plate, pictorial end papers and title page plus 9 other beautiful color plates. Great copy.

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        NOW WE ARE SIX - PUBLISHER'S DUMMY

      1927. 2. MILNE,A.A. NOW WE ARE SIX. London: Methuen (1927). 8vo (5 x 7 3/4"), maroon colored gilt cloth, top edge gilt, Fine condition in dust wrapper (dw is VG with some soil and some fraying at top of spine and corner). This is a rare PUBLISHER'S DUMMY that contains 23 pages including headers for the preliminary pages and then text with illustrations by E.H. SHEPARD followed by blank pages. The contents page is partial, the Introduction has the header only.

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        Now We Are Six.

      Methuen, London, 1927. 8:vo. X, 99, (1) pp. Decorations by E.H. Shepard. 1st edition. Original publisher's red cloth with gilt title on spine and gilt block showing characters from Shepard's drawings on front and back cover, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt. Spine a little faded otherwise a nice copy.. The third of the four Pooh books

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        Die Staatstheorie im französischen (franzoesischen) Denken von Heute. [In: Revue Universitaire Internationale. Offiziells Organ der Vereinigung für studentische Völkerbundarbeit. Deutsche Ausgabe.].

      Paris, January 1927. 8vo. Entire issue present, in the original printed wrappers, uncut. Wrappers a bit soiled, and first leaves of the entire issue with a few tears, far from affecting text, and a brown spot to first few leaves. Otherwise internally fine. Inner hinge weak. Pp. 26 - 39. [Entire volume: 70, (8), (1, -colophon) pp.].. The extremely scarce first printing, in German, of Sartre's third publication, "The Theory of State in modern French Thought". The work appeared simultaneously in German, French, and English, and all three publications are of the greatest scarcity. Contat and Rybalka were unable to find the French edition for the bibliography of Sartre's works and had to do with the English version. They state that the "Revue universitaire internationale" is not to be found anywhere, in no French libraries: "Il nous a été impossible de retrouver l'édition francaise de cette revue qui était publiée à Paris par la Fédération universitaire internationale simultanément en francais, anglais et allemand. Le titre de l'édition francaise est: "Revue universitaire internationale". Elle ne figure au catalogue d'aucune bibliothèque de France." (Contat & Rybalka).The present article is a brilliant and well founded essay of state theory by the 22 year old Sartre, published 16 years before his philosophical breakthrough, "L'Etre et le Néant" from 1943. Sartre was urged by his fellow opinionator Daniel Lagache to write the article. Lagache was the editor of the "Revue Universitaire Internationale", in which the article appeared. "Il s'agit d'une étude brillante et solidement documentée où Sartre, déployant la virtuosité intellectuelle d'un normalien bien entraîné, examine le philosophie du droit de quelques théoriciens francais du droit international, en particulier de Hauriou, de Davy et de Léon Duguit." (Contat & Rybalka).Contat & Rybalka 27/3

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        Los Clasicos Olvidados (Nueva Biblioteca de Autores Espanoles): Complete in 10 Vols. [In Spanish];

      Madrid, Compania Ibero-Americana de Publicaciones, published under the direction of Pedro Sainz y Rodriguez, 1927-1931.. Vol. I - Obras escogidas de Bartolome Jose Gallardo (1); Vol. II - Obras escogidas de Bartolome Jose Gallardo (2); Vol. III - Alvaro Cubillo de Aragon Las Munecas de Marcela El Senor de Noches Buenas; Vol. IV - Obras completas de Juan Alvarez Gato; Vol. V - Desengano del hombre en el Tribunal de la Fortuna y Casa de Descontentos ideado por D. Juan Martinez de Cuellar; Vol. VI - Philosophia secreta por Juan Perez de Moya (1); Vol. VII - Philosophia secreta por Juan Perez de Moya (2); Vol. VIII - Las apologias de la lengua castellana en el siglo de oro; Vol. IX - Ruperto de Nola Libro de Guisados; Vol. X - Obras escogidas de Salvador Jacinto Polo de Medina. HARDBACKS, quarter-plum cloth, with burgundy cloth covered boards, gilt lettering on cream spine labels, decorative end-papers, red and black lettering on title-pages, pages: xxxvi, 266, [i] indice, [iv] adverts.; 322, [i] indice, [v] adverts.; xciv, 235, [i] indice, [iii] adverts.; xlix, [i], 215, [i] indice, [v] adverts.; xvi, 166, [i] indice, [v] adverts.; xxii, 314, [v] adverts.; 339, [v] adverts.; xxx, 188, [v] adverts.; xlviii, 247, [vi] adverts.; 388, [i] indice, b & w illus. in some vols., 8vo., 130mm x 210mm, (5" x 8.25"), ex-academic library, plates on front end-papers and some rear end-papers, small stamps on title-pages and last pages, covers slightly rubbed at some edges and corners with minor losses, some heads and tails slightly rubbed, Vol. IX has bumped corners and creasing to top corner of pages, Vol. X has slight fading to front cover and browning throughout, otherwise a fine sound set. 6Kg.

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        Egenhændigt manuskript med underskrift til avisartiklen "Kolisch-Kvartetten", trykt i Politiken den 28.11.1927.

      Dateret (med stempel) "25 NOV 1927". 28 x 22. 3 sider. Med tilføjelser og ændringer i Nielsens hånd. Alle tre ark foldet på midten og har et mærke efter en papirklips i øverste venstre hjørne. Tredje ark signeret af Nielsen selv.Three leaves. Original handwritten and signed manuscript in with additions and corrections in Carl Nielsen's own hand. All three leaves folded once in the middle. Third leaf signed by Nielsen.. Brevet er en opfordring til københavnske musikelskere til at høre den berømte Wiener kvartet Kolisch-Kvartetten der skulle spille i byen den 29. november 1927. Nielsen skriver blandt andet: "Der forestaar det Kjøbenhavnske Musikpublikum en / sjælden Begivenhed! Det er virkelig lykkedes at faa / denne berømte Wiener-Kvartet til at optræde her / i byen." Nielsen er yderst begejstret for kvartettens musik og musikere, og om dem skriver han: "[...], så er det her fire besynderligt fanta= /stiske moderne Sjæle der usynligt farer ud og ind og ægger, kærtegner, bider og klapper vort Øre og / vort Sind, saa vi bestandigt er midt i en hel ny / Virkelighed".Kvartetten opførte blandt andet Nielsens egen Opus 44 (for stryger-kvartet). (Fellow, Carl Nielsen til sin samtid, P 140).Carl August Nielsen (1865 - 1931) er den mest betydelige og internationalt anerkendt danske komponist, og han er i dag bedst kendt for sine seks symfonier. Han var 62 da han skrev nærværende artikel, og havde på dette tidspunkt skåret kraftigt ned på sin musikalske aktivitet, som følge af et alvorligt hjerteanfald to år tidligere. Han forsatte dog med at komponere musik frem til sin død, og i 1927 udgav han sin selvbiografi Min Fynske Barndom, hvilket sammen med Kolisch-Kvartetten opførelse af sin strygekvartet i F-dur var det der optog ham mest i denne period. (brev fra Carl Nielsen til Emil Telmányi, 30.11.1927, (DK-Kk, C II, 10)).Kolisch-Kvartetten var i 1920erne en af de største og mest anerkendte ensembler på den klassiske musikscene især i Europa og USA men også i Asien, og de indspillede en lang rækker plader med hovedsageligt Schubert og Mozart.Et af kvartettens særtræk var at de ofte spillede koncerter uden brug af noder. Dette var ikke et forsøg på at fremstå overlegen men derimod et produkt af yderst ihærdig øvelse, hvilket overflødiggjorde noderne. Dette bevirkede at musikken i langt højere grad kom til at fremstå levende og dynamisk, hvilket også Carl Nielsen bemærker.___________________Carl Nielsen encourages the Danish music society to attend a concert with the famous Viennese quartet Kolisch Quartet. Carl Nielsen is today widely recognised as Denmark's greatest composer

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        Les Hommes Abandonnes. Illustre de lithographies par M. de Vlaminck

      Editions Marcel Seheur Paris: Editions Marcel Seheur. 1927. One of 25 copies on Japon Shidzuoka with an extra suite on Chine, from a total issue of 345: 25 tirage de tete on Japon Shidzuoka as described above, 320 on Velin d'Arches ordinary issue (20 of which hors commerce). Page size: 12 7/8 x 9 1/4". Bound: full black crushed morocco by E. MAYLANDER spine with author, title, date and place in gilt, five raised bands extending to front and back panel simulating clasps, all edges gilt, caramel morocco doublures surrounded by gold fillet, brown and blue silk brocade flyleaves, paste-paper flyleaves, ex-libris on lower front paste- paper, signed on lower front turn-in, "Rel. E. Maylander. Dor.," original wrappers bound in, morocco-edged paste-paper slipcase, signed in gilt, "Maylander." spine a bit rubbed on raised bands. Illustrated with one original etching (frontispiece)and 24 original lithographs, plus two additional suites (the ordinary issue had one additional suite), this is the second Vlaminck title published by Seheur. Mourlot pulled the lithographs. Vlaminck (1876-1958), one of the more prolific members of the School of Paris, exhibited with the Fauves in 1905. His earlier work is generally more sought after than his later studied landscapes. This lovely book -- with its strong graphic images -- gives reason to that prejudice. References: Lilly Library, Beyond Illustration: The Livre d'Artiste in the Twentieth Century, No. 16. Rauch 94. See an Image.

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        Svenska Fåglar efter Naturen och på Sten ritade. Med Text af Einar Lönnberg. Andra Upplagan. 1.-(3.) Delen. 3 Bd.

      Stockholm, Förlaget Svenska Fåglar, (1927-29). Folio. 3 originale helldrbd. i flammet kalv, rig rygforgyldning, indfarvet titelfelt i skind, rovfugl i guldtryk på forpermer, stregforgyldning. Permer med et par mindre småskrammer.(Forlagets luxus-indbinding). 10,295;10,296-546;16,547-902 pp. Tekstillustrationer samt 364 smukke farveplancher. Indvendig helt frisk.. Denne, af Einar Lönnberg, reviderede udgave af Brdr. Wrights berømte fugleværk fra 1828-38, udvider værket med bl.a. de uudgivne plancher, således at de oprindelige 184 arter er blevet til 355 - samtlige svenske fuglearter. - Anker: 544 - Nissen: 1026

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        Svenska fåglar efter naturen och på sten ritade. I-III.

      Stockholm, Svenska fåglar, 1927-29. Andra upplagan. 3 volymer, 9 + (3) + 295; 9 + 2 + 296-546; 16 + 547-902 s. Med 364 litograferade planscher. Förlagets halvfranska band i förlagets kassett. Guldornerade ryggar, marmorerade snitt. Numrerad upplaga till förmån för Verner von Heidenstams fond till skydd för Sveriges djurvärld. Detta är nummer 1402. Heidenstams namnteckning med foto på extra försättsblad. Ägarmärke (EAG) på främre pärmen. Bra skick på banden.. Text av Einar Lönnberg

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        Lafcadio's Adventures (Les caves du Vatican)

      Alfred A. Knopf New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1927. First. First American edition of this issue and the second English language edition. Translated by Dorothy Bussy. Originally issued by Knopf in 1925 as The Vatican Swindle, this issue was supplied with the original sheets but with new front matter as well a new dustwrapper and boards. Spine lettering a little dull, else fine in a very attractive, near fine dustwrapper with a bit of age-toning at the spine. One of Gide's more important works, and exceptionally uncommon in jacket. .

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        Strawberry Hill Accounts a Record of Expenditure in Building Furnishing, &c. Kept By Mr Horace Walpole from 1747 to 1795

      Oxford: Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1927.. Limited Edition. Very Good Plus/Good Plus. Quarto Limited to 500 copies.Collation, xx[2]213[1]pp, illustrated frontis. Bound in original publishers half vellum, vellum corners, marble boards. Vellum slightly dusty, binding in very good clean firm condition. Dust jacket has a few small nicks or tears, quite heavily dust marked, but in good condition. Internally, no loose pages or writing. Pages in very good clean condition. 8946.A16

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        Kew Gardens. Decorated by Vanessa Bell.

      London: The Hogarth Press, (1927).. Third edition, one of 500 copies, this copy not numbered, small 4to, (24) leaves printed on one side only. Text held within different and unique decorative borders by Vanessa Bell, faint signs of a label having been removed from the paste down. Original decorative boards with some soiling, spine slightly browned, some subtle restoration to the lower joint. A very good sound copy. Kirkpatrick A3c.

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        The Bunker at the Fifth

      William Hodge & Co. Edinburgh and Glasgow: William Hodge & Co.. (1927). First. First edition. Black cloth titled in red. Illustrated. Owner name on the front fly, foxing on the foredge that encroaches a little on some pages, else near fine lacking the dustwrapper. A rare golf mystery. Reportedly only one jacketed copy is known. Donovan and Murdoch 1520. .

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        Bauten und Pläne. Mit einem Beitrag von Adolf Behne.

      80 S., 21 S., Inserate, 1 w. Bl. Mit vielen s/w. Abbildungen und Skizzen. Schwarzer Originalleinwandband mit Silber- und Rotpgrägung. "Neue Werkkunst." - Einband und Typographie von Johannes Molzahn. - Rücken schwach berieben. - Sauberes Exemplar. - Selten. [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]

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        Three Lives

      John Rodker London: John Rodker, 1927. THIRD ENGLISH EDITION. Hardcover. Slate blue paper-covered boards. Minor offsetting to front and rear free endpapers. A very good copy in the original dust jacket (grey paper, printed in black, Wyndham Lewis blurb on front panel) which is missing a chip at top of spine panel and also has a piece of the top of the spine panel floating loosely (neither affecting any lettering). Wilson (A1d) states that this edition was not issued in jacket. The first UK edition (1915, John Lane) was made up from sheets of the American Grafton Press printing (300 copies with cancel title pages). Then an edition printed in England was published by John Lane in 1920. This, then, is the third UK edition, but the second to be actually printed in England. Obviously an uncommon item in jacket. Wilson, who actually owned a copy of the Grafton Press first edition in jacket, had not seen an example of this jacket.

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        Einsame Stimme. Ein Buch Gedichte.

      Gr.-8°, 173 S. mit dem Porträt des Dichters in Original-Lithographie von George Grosz, Orig.-Leinen. Erste Ausgabe.- Eines von 900 nummerierten Exemplaren, vom Autor im Impressum eigenhändig signiert. Hier ein Exemplar der einfachen Leinenausgabe, die eigentlich nach dem Impressum nur noch nummeriert sein sollte.- Beiliegt Vorderteil des Orig.-Umschlages.- Tadelloses Exemplar.

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        Die gegenstandslose Welt. (Die Übersetzung besorgte A. von Riesen). Schriftleitung: Walter Gropius u. L[ászló] Moholy-Nagy.

      104 S. Mit zahlr. Textabb. Gr.-8°, Orig.-Leinenbd. Bauhausbücher, XI. - Erste Ausgabe der bedeutenden kunsttheoretischen Schrift, welche in die Reihe der Bauhausbücher aufgenommen wurde, obwohl, wie man dem Vorwort der Schriftleitung entnehmen kann, sie in grundsätzlichen Fragen vom Standpunkt des Bauhauses abweicht. ?Die russische Publikation des ersten Teils (...) war lange geplant, aber von ihren Initiatoren unterlassen worden, nachdem bereits der Drucksatz hergestellt worden war. Der zweite umfangreiche Teil des Buches (...) wurde speziell für die Serie der Bauhausbücher geschrieben und illustriert? (Holstein). - Malewitsch erhielt 1927 die Erlaubnis, nach Westeuropa zu reisen. Grund dafür war, neben einer Ausstellung in Warschau, eine Exposition seiner Werke im Rahmen der ?Großen Berliner Kunstausstellung?. Hier lernte er Schwitters, Arp u. Moholy-Nagy kennen. Bei seinem Besuch des Bauhauses kam es schließlich zu dem Entschluß, die Schriften ?Einführung in die Theorie des additionalen Elementes der Malerei? u. ?Suprematismus? in der Reihe ?Bauhausbücher? zu veröffentlichen. (Vgl. Tendenzen der Zwanziger Jahre 1/170). - Das Werk wird in nahezu allen maßgeblichen Schriften zur Kunstgeschichte des zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts genannt; von Werner Haftmanns ?Malerei im 20. Jahrhundert? bis zu Werner Hofmanns ?Die Moderne im Rückspiegel: Hauptwege der Kunstgeschichte?. Eine Ausnahme stellt der Zeitgenosse Malewitschs, Carl Einstein, dar, welcher den Konstruktivismus u. Suprematismus in seinem wichtigen Propyläen-Band als ?Kitsch der Vernunft? bezeichnet. - Typographie von László Moholy-Nagy. - Wingler 563, 11. - Fleischmann 169. - Bolliger V, 69. - Holstein, Buhaus 202.

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        Sämtliche Werke. Jubiläumsausgabe in zwanzig Bänden, einer Hegel-Monographien (in 2 Bänden) und einem Hegel-Lexikon (in 4 Bänden). Auf Grund des von L. Boumann, Fr. Förster, E. Gans u.a. besorgten Originaldruckes im Faksimileverfahren neu herausgegeben v. Hermann Glockner. - Zusammen 26 Bände (alles).

      8vo (21,5 x 14 cm). Mit 1 Portrait Hegels. Rotbraune OLwd. m. schwarzer Prägung u. RSchild. bzw. Ohldr. (Bd. 25-26). Farbiger Kopfschnitt. Die vollständige Glocknersche Ausgabe samt dem erschließenden Hegel-Lexikon. - Die Rücken teils fleckig u. mit Fingerspuren, einige Bände am Kapital bestoßen. Innen sauber und wohlerhalten. [4 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]

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        Epigramme

      Wien - Leipzig: Verlag Die Fackel. 1927. First. First edition. Octavo. 101, [6]. Green cloth gilt. A little foxing on the boards, near fine. Inscribed by the author: "fur Mary Dubspensky. Karl Kraus. Wein, im Sept. 27." .

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        Now We Are Six

      Methuen London: Methuen, (1927). First edition. This famous collection of children&#146;s verses, featuring Milne&#146;s son, Christopher Robin, and his bear, is illustrated throughout with Ernest H. Shepard&#146;s whimsical drawings. Signed at a later date on the title page by Shepard. Handsomely bound by Bayntun-Rivière in deep red morocco, with gilt ruled borders and spine in six compartments. Four little Pooh-Bears are stamped in gilt on the spine. Vignette in gold of Christopher Robin with his fishing pole stamped on the front cover. Original cloth wrappers bound-in. A.e.g. A lovely presentation of Milne&#146;s classic, in immaculate condition.

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        Now We are Six. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard.

      London: Methuen & Co. (1927).. First edition, 8vo, (xii), 103, (1) pp. Illustrations throughout, half title browned. Original gilt decorated maroon cloth, t.e.g., spine slightly rubbed and sunned, dust wrapper lightly marked and browned, loss to the top of the spine and the top corner of the upper wrapper.

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