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        [Advertising poster]: Artistic Figure Studies. Sunshine. 1c[ent]. Approved by New York Censors

      New York. 1928. Handpainted poster with applied photograph. .13.75" x 21.25". Painted in blue, green, red, and white gouache on thick poster board with a 7" x 9" hand-tinted photographic image of an artfully draped nude women dated 1928 in the negative. Corners rounded, probably by design, although one corner is a little chipped, some smudging and soiling to the paint, a good example of a probably unique advertising poster, The indifferent condition is greatly mitigated by the excellent image. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        La flèche d'or

      - Nrf, Paris 1928, 17x22cm, broché. - Prima edizione della traduzione francese, una delle 110 copie numerate su cui Lafuma Navarra e ripristinata a Quarto carta protocollo, edizione deluxe. la coda posteriore insolated. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de la traduction française, un des 110 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé Lafuma Navarre et réimposés dans le format in-quarto tellière, tirage de tête. Bel exemplaire.

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        MEMORIA MCMXXVIII

      Unknown 1928 - 4to. (178) pp. on handmade paper. Profusely illustrated with b/w photographs, some tipped in on brown paper mounts, many portraits of officials and what look like army and naval officers ("Otomodati"). with Black paper wrapper with gilt illustration of mythological scene to front, bound into crushed velveteen boards with "MEMORIA MCMXXVIII" embossed in gilt to front and spine. There are no clues to the publisher or details of the contents, nor have I been able to find out much online. However, the book comprises many official-looking photogrpahs of, amongst other things, official ceremonies, views of barracks, soldiers dinning in a mess, teams and individuals engaged in various sports (football, wrestling, baseball, swimming, archery, tennis, athletics) possibly for the 1928 Olympic Games. Other scenes touch on art displays, posters, inspections of military parades, and musical recitals. A SCARCE ITEM OF JAPANESE INTEREST. Bookseller Inventory # G180 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Divina Commedia Or The Divine Vision of Dante Alighieri In Italian and English [Divine Comedy]

      N.p. [London]: The Nonesuch Press 1928. Limited Numbered Edition. This is copy no. 911 of an edition limited to 1475 copies. (i), 325 pp. Bound in full orange vellum with gilt ruled borders and gilt lettering & devices to boards & spine. In an orange cloth solander box with leather title label to spine. Top edge gilt, now defective. Vellum especially bright and with no fading to spine, as is often found. Spotting to endpapers and prelims. With 42 illustrations after the drawings by Sandro Botticelli. Printed on Van Gelder paper. Internally fresh with no names or other markings. A VG copy. . Very Good. Full Vellum. Limited Numbered Edition. 1928.

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        The Island of Captain Sparrow.

      London: Victor Gollancz, Ltd., 1928 - Octavo. Original blue-grey cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the illustrated dust jacket. Spine and edges of boards discoloured, spine ends bumped, edges slightly tanned, endpapers lightly browned. A very good copy in a lightly rubbed jacket with tanned spine, a few small dark marks to front cover, and a few small closed tears to head of spine and covers. First edition, first impression of Wright's second science fiction novel. Signed by the author on front free endpaper. Jacket designed by E. McKnight Kauffer. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Die Filmwoche. Hier 6. Jahrgang 1928 in 52 EInzelheften KOMPLETT !

      4, zusammen 1318 Seiten mit zahlr. Abbildungen, 52 illustr. Originalhefte - teils mit ganz leichten Gebrauchssp. sonst sehr guter Zustand - 1928. a73317

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ehbrecht - Preis inkl. MwSt.]
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        Langner, Reinhold. - "Gnus".

      - Aquarell, auf feinem Papier, 1928. Von Reinhold Langner. 22,5 x 16,0 cm (Darstellung / Blatt) / 50 x 32,5 cm (Passepartout). Auf dem Passepartout unten in schwarzer Feder betitelt, signiert und datiert: "Gnus / 1928 / Reinhold Langner". - Das feine Zeichenpapier vom Aquarellieren etwas gewellt. Original entlang der Blattränder in ein Passepartout geklebt. Das Blatt selbst von schöner frischer Wirkung. Das Passepartout außen etwas fleckig. Guter Gesamtzustand. Reinhold Langner (1905 Weinböhla - 1957 Ockritz bei Dresden). Deutscher Holzbildhauer, Zeichner und Grafiker. 1922-25 Lehre zum Maurer und Holzbildhauer. 1925-33 Studium der Holzbildhauerei an der Kunstgewerbeakademie Dresden bei Theodor Arthur Winde. 1929/30 Studienreise u.a. nach Italien und Spanien. 1933 Verweis von der Akademie wegen seiner sozialdemokratischen Gesinnung. Bis 1942 freischaffend als Bildhauer tätig; z.B. Schnitzarbeiten an der Marienberger Rathaustür (1938/39). Ab 1943 Lehrer an der Staatlichen Kunstakademie Dresden. 1945-47 kommissarischer Leiter der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Dresden (HfBK). 1946-48 dort Professor für Bildhauerei. 1948/49 Professor für Angewandte Plastik und Rektor an der Hochschule für Werkkunst Dresden. 1949 Wechsel an die Technische Hochschule Dresden als Lehrbeauftragter für Bauplastik, 1952-57 Professur. Ab 1950 Lehrbeauftragter an der Universität Leipzig. Ab 1950 Direktor des Museums für Sächsische Volkskunst im Jägerhof in Dresden. Machte sich um Erhalt und Entwicklung der erzgebirgischen Volkskunst bemüht, weshalb man ihn als "Vater der erzgebirgischen Schnitzer" apostrophierte. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Birthday and Some Memories, A.

      [London]: Printed for Private Circulation by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne and Co. Ltd., 1928. "A Potent Dispeller of Sickness and Spleen" Arthur Rackham Illustrates Eno's Fruit Salts [RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. [ENO, James Crossley]. A Birthday and Some Memories 1868-1928. [London: Printed for Private Circulation by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne and Co. Ltd.], 1928. Limited to two thousand numbered copies of which this is No. 246. Octavo (9 5/8 x 6 1/8 inches; 244 x 155 mm.). [1-14], 15-60 pp. Pictorial title page printed in green and black. With a full-page drawing on p. 28 by Arthur Rackham "A Potent Dispeller of Sickness and Spleen". Six other full-page black and white drawings by Sir Bernard Partridge, Arthur Watts, Edmund J. Sullivan, Lewis Baumer, Eric Fraser, and Harold Nelson. "All the illustrations were specially drawn for the proprietors of Eno's "Fruit Salt" (list of illustrations). Publisher's maroon leather over boards, front cover lettered in gilt, decorative end-papers. Spine expertly and almost invisibly repaired. A near fine copy. This Arthur Rackham illustration first appeared in Punch, Volume CLXXV, July 11th, 1928 (page xvi of advertisement) full page black & white drawing. "The distinguished writers who have accepted the invitation of the Proprietors of Eno's "Fruit Salt" to "write something" to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of the firm have rendered a service both to commerce and to literature. The work of artists, many of them really great artists, has for many years past been associated with commerce, and more particularly with that comparatively new, powerful and alert phase of commerce ----advertising" (Foreword). Eno is an effervescent antacid powder sold by Glaxo Smith Kline, the main ingredients of which are sodium bicarbonate, sodium carbonate and citric acid; it is sometimes used as baking powder. Eno was first marketed by James Crossley Eno. The legend says that his idea for the product arose while he was working at the pharmacy of an infirmary in Newcastle where Dennis Embleton worked, and that Embleton often prescribed an effervescent drink made by mixing sodium bicarbonate and citric acid in water, and that Eno adopted this beverage from Embleton. However, Eno opened a pharmacy where he made the mixture in 1852, a year before Embleton came to work at the infirmary, and such mixtures were common at the time. Eno gave away his branded mixture to sea captains at the port, and in this way Eno's became a brand known around the world; by 1865 he had to move to a bigger facility, and he formally founded the company Eno's "Fruit Salt" Works in 1868. In 1878 Eno moved the business to Hatcham where the factory employed 50 people by 1884. Eno was advertised heavily, like all patent medicines were at that time. In 1883 it was advertised as a cure for cholera and in 1892 for "keeping blood pure and free from disease", prevention of diarrhea, and many other conditions. By 1928 the company had factories in England, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, and the US; that year the company was acquired by International Proprietaries, a company that had been established by Canadian businessman Harold F. Ritchie. International Proprietaries was eventually renamed Eno, and in 1938 the business was bought by Beecham for its products as well as its international marketing force. As the pharmaceutical industry transitioned from selling cure-all patent medicines to selling drugs in the 1950s, Eno was one of a handful of products that were retained in the industry. In 1989, The Beecham Group and Smith Kline Beckman merged to form Smith Kline Beecham and in 2000, SmithKline Beecham and Glaxo Wellcome merged to form Glaxo Smith Kline. Gettings, p. 180; Hamilton, p. 189; Hudson, p. 176; Riall, p. 167 & 238.

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        The Lonesomest Doll.

      Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1928 - Octavo. Original buff cloth, titles to spine black and to front cover black and red, vignette blocked to front board in black and red. With the dust jacket. Housed in a folding box. In the lightly toned dust jacket with just a touch of wear with short tears and shallow chips to the extremities. An excellent copy. Colour frontispiece, decorated title page and 2 full page illustrations printed in red and green ink, black and white vignettes to text, by Rackham. First edition, first printing. The book was originally published in 1901 with illustrations by E. Pollack; the Rackham illustrated version was only published in the US. This is a beautiful example of the title in the rare dust jacket. Latimore and Haskell p. 63; Riall p. 163. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Good Roads Everywhere. Four-fold System of Highways. Touring Canada: Showing Trans-Canada Highway and 75,000 Miles of Main Traveled Highways of Canada and the United States Including Associated Tours of the Automobile Club of North America

      Washington, D.C.: National Highways Association.. 1928.. Color map, 21 1/8 inches x 53 inches, folding to 11 1/2 x 7 inches, depicting the coast to coast highway network of Southern Canada and the Northern United States and featuring numerous text block inserts. The map was issued jointly by the National Highways Association (Charles Henry Davis, President and Co-Founder), the Royal Automobile Club of Canada and the Automobile Club of America with the object of promoting national highway systems in both countries under the slogan "Good Highways Everywhere." WorldCat identifies only three libraries holding this map, catalogued under two variant titles (OCLC number 39690810). The map, lithographed and printed by A. Hoen & Company, Baltimore, is in excellent condition, clean and bright (one tiny split at the left edge). Numerous text blocks (a dozen or more) provide focused information regarding topics such as Facts in the History of Road Building, the Four Fold System of Highways (U.S., State, County, Township), Advocacy for a Bill to promote Federal Financing of Highways, the Relationship of Highways and Airports, and much more. Text states the map illustrates 250,000 miles of United States Highways, while a border illustration depicts the "Peace Portal," a small structure straddling the border between the U.S. and Canada, half in one country and half in the other. The map identifies John C. Mulford as Chief Cartographer and C. C. Faunce as Cartographer. In addition to the extensive information on highway creation is the marking in yellow of many Indian Reservations in the United States. An uncommon item promoting the importance of national highway networks in the U.S. and Canada. .

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        Ars Graphica Franz Xaver Rektorzik Brünn 1793-1851.

      (Brünn) [ca. 1928]. - BLBL III,424; ÖBL IX,54; Thieme / B. 28,145. Franz Xaver Rektorzik (Brünn 1793-1851) war im Hauptberuf mährisch-schlesischer Gubernial-Expedits-Director in Brünn und betätigte sich aus Liebhaberei als Künstler. In seiner Kunst Autodidakt, fertigte er zahlreiche Radierungen im Geiste der Romantik, die u.a. in der Wiener Albertina und im Kupferstichkabinett in Dresden aufbewahrt werden. Gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Radierer Mährens. Seine hauptsächlichen Motive waren Landschaften und Tiere. Sein Werk umfaßt lediglich 83 Radierungen. Der Brünner Radierer August Potuczek (1882-1936) fertigte Abzüge von den Originalplatten an und gab diese in einer kalligraphisch beschrifteten Mappe in kleiner Auflage heraus. Beigegeben sind ein Zeitungsausschnitt "Franz Xaver Rektorzik. Anläßlich der Neuherausgabe seines Radierwerks durch Maler-Radierer August Potuczek" sowie 6 Postkarten mit Reproduktionen nach Radierungen aus dem Mappenwerk.Sohn e. Theatermalers, seit 1809 im Staatsdienst, 1832 Gubernial-Expeditionsdirektor. In seiner Kunst Autodidakt, fertigte er zahlreiche Radierungen im Geiste der Romantik, die u.a. in der Wiener Albertina und im Kupferstichkabinett in Dresden aufbewahrt werden. Gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Radierer Mährens. - DIESES OBJEKT UNTERLIEGT DER DIFFERENZBESTEUERUNG. 26 Orig.-Radierungen, Blattgröße 29 x 41 cm (Titelbl. 27 x 35), Plattengröße 9 x 12 cm bis 20 x 26 cm. Titelbl. stockfl., ansonsten fleckenfreie Abzüge. Dazu eine Porträtphotographie Rektorziks auf Karton montiert. In HLn.-Mappe m. mont. Orig.Radierung [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wilhelm II verabschiedet Gustav Hartmann als "Eisernen Gustav" (mit einem Eselskarren).

      - Original Zeichnung v. Hermann Wilke, um 1928, 34,7 x 23,7 (H) Gustav Hartmann (* 4. Juni 1859 in Magdeburg - 23. Dezember 1938 in Berlin) war ein Droschkenkutscher aus Berlin-Wannsee und wurde als Eiserner Gustav bekannt. - Karikatur aus Ulk, hier die Originalvorzeichnung.

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        The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer Now Newly Imprinted

      Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-upon-Avon 1928 - Eight volumes Quarto. full scarlet niger morocco, ruled in gilt, raised bands on spines, decorated and lettered in gilt, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, by Frost & Co. of Bath, England. In custom silk covered box. Illustrations from the Ellesmere Chaucer, hand-coloured illustrations and decorations by Hugh Chesterman and Lynton Lamb. One of 375 sets. Lettering and headings designed by Jocelyne V. Gaskin. The individual volumes contain: Vols. 1-3: The Canterbury Tales; the text here printed by permission of Messrs Macmilland & Co. Limited is that prepared under the editorship of Dr. A.W. Pollard for the Globe edition of The Works of Chaucer, since revised by him. The figures have been freely rendered from miniatures in the Ellesmere manuscript of the Tales of Canterbury.Vol. 4: The Parson's Tale (also part of Canterbury Tales) and Minor Poems; the figure of the Parson on page 3 has been freely rendered from a miniature in the Ellesmere manuscript of the Tales of Canterbury; those of Mars and Venus pages 165-165 from a miniature in MS. Fairfax 16 at the Bodleian Library, Oxford; the drawing of the Parliament of Foules from a woodcut in Chaucer's Boke of Fame, printed by Richard Pynson about the year 1526.Vol. 5: Boecii de Consolacione Philosophie; the text is that prepared by Professor Mark. H. Liddell for the Globe edition edited by Dr. A.W. Pollard. The headpices have been drawn by Lynton H. Lamb from woodcuts in a copy of the wirtings of Boethius printed at Lyons by Symon Vincent c. 1508-1525Vol. 6: Troilus and Criseyde; the text is prepared by Professo W.S. McCormick for the Globe edition, edited by Dr. A.W. Pollard. The frontispiece and headpieces to the decond, third, fourth and fifth books have been drawn by Lynton H. Lamb from the woodcuts in the edition printed by Richard Pynson c. 1625. The portrait of Chaucer on page 301 has been drawn by Mr. Lamb from a miniature in the MS. of Occleve's Regement of Princes, now kept at the British Museum.Vol. 7: The House of Fame and Minor Poems; the text are from the text prepared by H. Frank heath for the Globe edition of Chaucer, and the Legend of Good Women from that edited by A.W. Pollard for the same edition. The Prologue included here is the second version, the one believed to be the earlier. The text of the Treatise on the Astrolabe is that prepared by Mark H. Liddell for the Globe Chaucer, being based on the MS. Bodley 619 at Oxford. The diagrams are taken form MS. Dd.3.53 Part 2 in the Cambridge University Library. The frontispiece to The House of Fame and that to The Legend of Good Women on page 72 have been drawn by Lynton H. Lamb from the woodcuts in Pynson's edition c. 1526. The portrait of Chaucer on page 194 has been drawn by the same artist from Lansdowne MS. 851 at the British Museum.Vol. 8: The Romant of the Rose. The text is that prepared by Mark H. Liddell for the Globe edition of Chaucer. The miniatures have been redrawn by Lynton H. Lamb from a selection of those in MS. Egerton 881 at the British Museum, a fourteenth century French manuscript of Le Roman de la Rose.Shakespeare Head PressThe Elizabethan scholar A. H. Bullen established the Shakespeare Head Press in Stratford-up-Avon in 1904. His original aim was to produce a good edition of Shakespeare's works, and his ten volume Stratford Town Shakespeare was completed by 1907. After Bullen died in 1927, the press was acquired by a partnership including Basil Blackwell, the Oxford bookseller. Bernard Newdigate was appointed as typographer and under his direction the press worked within the Morris tradition: Ovid's Metamorphoses was the first book he produced as a limited edition. Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400) was an English poet and public servant, and is considered to be one of the most important writers of Middle English, and deserving of a place amongst the finest of poets in the history of literature. One wonders if perhaps the Clerk is the character most exemplary of Chaucer himself [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        20,000 Leagues Under The Sea Or David Copperfield

      Holt, New York 1928 - Yellow boards stamped in black, Benchey cartoon figure on front. Moderate spine lean with some fading and creasing to spine, light overall soiling, top end dust, light shelf wear. Internally sound, clean, and unmarked. Illustrated by Gluyas Williams. A stated First Printing, lacking the dj. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Johann Hauser. Kunst aus Manie und Depression.

      4. 236(6) S. Mit zahlr., tlw. farb. Abb. im Text u. auf Tafelseiten (dav. einige gef.). OKart. m. farb. Deckelillustr. Am unt. Kapital m. Knickspur, ansonsten in gutem u. sauberen Erhaltungszustand. Umfassender Werkkatalog der Arbeiten Johann Hausers (einschließlich seines druckgraphischen Oeuvres). Mit Vorworten von Leo Navratil, Otto Breicha und Arnulf Rainer. - In Beilage ein aufklappbares Billet (Querformat: 18,8 x 13,4 cm) auf Vorderdeckel mit einer eh. signierten Original-Radierung (Plattengröße: 8 x 16,5 cm) von Johann Hauser und inwendig mit eigenh., unterzeichneten u. datierten (Dez. 71) Grüßen zu den Weihnachtsfeiertagen von Leo Navratil an den österr. Maler und Graphiker Georg Eisler (1928-1998) und dessen Ehefrau Alice. Ebenso beiliegend eine kleinformatige Original-Bleistiftzeichnung (10,4 x 14,7 cm) von Johann Hauser mit einem Christbaum. Die Baumspitze ist mit einem Stern, einem der immer wiederkehrenden Lieblingssymbole Hausers geschmückt. Seine Sterne haben immer nur 4 Zacken und haben aufgrund dieser Sonderform einen hohen Wiedererkennungswert und sind zum Symbol für das Gugginger Haus der Künstler geworden. Auf der Rückseite von Navratil beschriftet: 20.12.71 ("depressiv"). - Der 1926 in Bratislava geborene Johann Hauser kam bereits als Teenager, Ende der 1940er Jahre aufgrund einer manischen Depression in die niederösterreichische Landes-Nervenklinik Maria Gugging, Klosterneuburg. Das 1981 von dem Primar der Anstalt, Leo Navratil gegründete Haus der Künstler, sollte vom Gründungsjahr bis zu Hausners Tode seine Heimat bleiben. H. zählte zu einer kleinen, sich herauskristallisierender Gruppe besonders ausdrucksstarker Patienten und seine künstlerischen Fähigkeiten wurden von N. seit den 1960er Jahren intensiv gefördert. Die künstlerischen Ergebnisse ließen deutlich erkennen, ob sich H. in einer manischen oder depressiven Phase befand.

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        Skyward -- Deluxe Autographed Edition -- copy #6 Signed by R E Byrd and G P Putnam’s Sons

      new York: G P Putnam’s Sons 1928 - New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1928. With a foreword by William A. Moffett. Octavo – 25.0 cm., [2], xv, [1, blank], 348 pp. Ten photogravure plates, with descriptive tissue guards, and forty-six photographic plates on twenty-three leaves (58 illustrations total); fold-out map at end. Publisher’s ¾ blue cloth with bright gilt ruling on boards with spine stamped in bright gilt. Edges untrimmed. A Near Fine copy. Mounted on the front pastedown endpaper is a portion of the fabric (showing both sides) which covered the plane ‘Josephine Ford’ on her historic flight over the North Pole on May 9th, 1926. Arctic Bibliography 2592 One of five hundred hand-numbered copies signed by R E Byrd and G P Putnam’s Sons -- this being copy #6. In excellent condition exterior and interior; hinges tight and pages unmarked and crisp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

      Geogre Harrap, London 1928 - A beautiful clean, sharp example, would be fine except for very minor marking towards the bottom edge of the front board. Gilt titles exceptionally bright. Binding tight, free from any cracking to the endpapers. Pictorial endpapers. Minor foxing otherwise contents clean and bright. Wonderfully illustrated with eight colour plates. Collated and complete. A lovely example. 102pp [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SPETTATORE (LO) Italiano. Foglio quindicinale del pensiero e della sapienza. Anno I. N. 1. Bologna 30 novembre 1928 (VII).

      1928. Bologna, 1928, un fascicolo in-4, pp. 8. Rarissimo primo numero del quindicinale diretto da Antonio Delfini: ne uscirono solo 3 fascicoli, a cavallo fra il 1928 e il 1929 (due numeri nel '28 e un numero doppio nel '29). In questo primo l'editoriale e almeno 9 articoli sotto pseudonimo sono da attribuirsi a Delfini. Lievissimi strappetti marginali. Buon esemplare.

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        Autograph letter signed. Probably Berlin, 25. I. 1928.

      1928. 4to. 2 pp. To the wife of an Austrian state governor, sending references to fairy tale symbols and stating that he is feeling poorly due to overwork in the past months. - On stationery with printed vignette.

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        Signed Photograph

      1928. Used; Like New/Used; Like New. The Russian prima ballerina is pictured in this 7.25" x 9.75" silver gelatin photograph sitting in an extravagant gown with her arm on her knee, a coy smile on her face. Signed and inscribed to the American Composer, Arranger, Orchestrator, Musical Director, Conductor and Musical Contractor, Alexander Haas in 1928. Mounted to rigid backing, silvering throughout the dark areas, else fine.

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        Yudovin: grav'ur'y na d'er'ev'e (gravures on wood)

      St. Petersbourg: Akademia Khudozhestv (Academy of the Arts), 1928. First printing. g. 4to. 47pp. Cream paper wrappers with black text and illustration on front. The book showcases the wood gravure art of Solomon Yudovin. The preface describes the art form as "one of the most democratic arts." While "the fresco is for palaces, cathedrals and salons... a painting belongs in a museum," the gravure "is manufactured and printed, and then travels along with the book" and it must be "ideological, realistic, and utilitarian." The book speaks of Yudovin in context with other Russian Jewish artists (some of the gravures are from Vitebsk, the small city that Chagall painted extensively), and a lot of Yudovin's gravures are depictions of Jews and Jewish life in Russia. Illustrated throughout, with 58 reproductions of wood and linoleum gravures. Index of gravures in the back. Free front end paper is signed, dated, and stamped by previous owners. Heavy foxing on inside front and back endpapers, and throughout interior margins. Creasing along spine. four small sections across spine split, slightly affecting that area on gutter of pages. Book overall in good condition.

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        Amtliches Lehrgedicht der Philosophischen Fakulät der Haupt-und-Staats-Universitüt Muri. [Official Didactic Poem of the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Muri.]

      Muri: verlag der Universität [printed at Berlin by Arthur Scholem], 1928 - Octavo, each leaf a doubled-over sheet. Original pale brown wrappers printed in black, perfect bound with black yarn ties. Housed in a custom-made black cloth chemise in a plush-lined black cloth solander box. Wrappers browned, some creases and chips, dampstain to periphery of wrappers (not affecting contents) but overall a very good copy. Decorative initials printed in dark blue. The first procurable edition, number 18 of 250 numbered copies published on 10 March 1928; the first edition was produced in only one copy ("in einem Exemplar") on 15 July 1918. "Despite the workload that confined him to his desk, [Benjamin] made occasional forays into Berlin's intellectual life. Scholem's brother Erich invited him to the festive annual dinner for the Berlin circle of bibliophiles. The guests were presented with copies of a remarkable little book called Amtliches Lehrgedicht der Philosophischen Fakulät der Haupt-und-Staats-Universitüt Muri (Official Didactic Poem of the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Muri), whose author was Gershom Scholem, the 'Beadle of the Department of the Philosophy of Religion' and whose dedicatee was 'His Magnificence Walter Benjamin, Rector of the University of Muri.' The two friends had completed this compendium of their jokes and academic satires while they were living in the Swiss village of Muri in 1918; Scholem's brother now produced a private edition of 250 copies" (Eiland & Jennings, Walter Benjamin: A Critical Life, Harvard 2014, p. 306). Arthur Scholem, Gerhard's father - a printer in Berlin - was responsible for seeing the book through the press and in terms of design went to great lenghts: choosing a type designed by Hermann Berthold and initial letters from the Trennert type foundry in Altona. Benjamin Briefe 1955, I, 201.

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        Orlando : A Biography

      London: The Hogarth Press 1928. 299 pp. Publisher's original orange cloth with gilt lettering to spine. In the original pictorial dust wrapper. Jacket restored at extremities with conservation quality archival repairs. Price of 9s. net on spine. Cloth clean. Endpapers fresh. No foxing. No ownership names. Internally fresh and clean. Frontis and seven additional illustrations. Dedicated to Vita Sackvile-West and loosely based on her life. Book and jacket in VG to Near Fine condition. . Very Good. Cloth. First Edition. 1928. 8vo..

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        Edle Nacktheit in China. Mit 31 Originalaufnahmen von Heinz von Perckhammer.

      Berlin - Peking, Eigenbrödler 1928 - 27 x 19 cm 3 Bl. Text, sowie 31 Fototafeln in Kupfertiefdruck. Einseitig bedruckt. Halbleinenband mit Rückentitelbeschriftung (Rückentitel mit Beschriftung: Heinz v. Perckhammer. Ideale Nacktheit in China). Einband leicht nachgedunkelt. Privatgebundene Ausgabe des berühmten Werkes der Aktfotografie. Mit Aufnahmen von Heinz von Perckhammer (1895-1965). Perckhammer eröffnete zu Beginn der dreissiger Jahre ein "Photo-Art-Studio" am Kurfürstendamm in Berlin, das 1942 ausgebombt wurde. Später unterhielt er ein Atelier in seiner alte Heimat Meran. - Titelblatt entfernt. Innendeckel und verso Vorsatz gestempelt, Besitzvermerk a. Vorsatz. Papier nur leicht gebräunt. Die Tafeln alle schön und sauber erhalten. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        THE WESTERN FRONT: A LITTLE CALENDAR OF THE GREAT WAR (Signed)

      Privately Published, 1928. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. A clean and tight copy, though the spine label has essentially perished. With an ALS from Armistead Gordon to A. W. Bohannan (author of "Old Surry") laid in. Very Good binding.

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        Sump'n Like Wings and A Lantern to See By; Two Oklahoma Plays

      New York: Samuel French. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. A nice copy with a dust jacket that has done its job in protecting the book. The book itself is very nice and the gilt on the spine is as bright as the day it was published. Front cover is very clean except for the lightest of soiling around the edges. The rear cover has some spotting of a white material that does not clean. The dust jacket is 95% complete and hangs together but is missing several chips, none larger than a quarter. Inscribed by the author on the FFEP: 'For Anatol - "We [unintelligible] to hang together." -Lynn New York Feb. 22, 1931.' Anatol Bendukov was one of the principal managers of the original company of "Green Grows the Lilacs", the basis of the Rogers and Hammerstein musical "Oklahoma". Additional photos available on request.; 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall; Signed by Author(s) .

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        Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1858.

      Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1928 - 4 volumes, large octavo. Original red crushed half morocco ("bound at the Riverside Press", ink-stamp to front free endpapers), flat bands to spines forming compartments, titles direct to second and third within one-line frames gilt, two-line frames to remaining compartments gilt, red cloth sides, top edges gilt, others untrimmed, brown endpapers, bound red silk page-markers. A few mild spots to cloth, light toning, partly unopened. An excellent set. 4 tissue-guarded hand-coloured photographic views of the Lincoln Memorial, 4 photogravure portrait frontispieces with captioned tissue-guards, 32 further plates and maps. The "Manuscript Edition" number 75 of 1,000 sets, each containing a leaf of Beveridge's original working manuscript. Beveridge retired from politics in 1922 and dedicated his last few years to writing what has come to be regarded as "the first Lincoln biography to meet modern scholarly standards" (ANB). He had a horror of mistakes and would "work over his material again and again, rewriting the entire chapter many times - a single chapter in the second volume was rewritten fifteen times - until it had taken a shape which appeared to him fairly complete in that form he submitted it to recognized experts in the different phases of the history, asking, or rather urging them to correct misstatements of fact, or wrong inferences, or an unconscious bias of treatment" (Preface). This scrupulous treatment of the facts of Lincoln's life almost certainly prevented Beveridge from completing the biography before his death in 1927. In order to ensure that the project was finish, his wife handed his research over to Carl Sandburg, whose hagiographical account of Lincoln's later career contrasted strongly with Beveridge's: "so thorough and professionalized a biography that he might have incorporated more of Lincoln's Whiggish political roots into his work; but Beveridge, a Republican progressive and former senator from Indiana, had become so disillusioned with his own party that he actually found very little to admire in Lincoln as a politician" (Guelzo, Abraham Lincoln, p. 456).

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        The development of the human eye. Inscribed to Duke-Elder; bookplate of Paul Henkind.

      Cambrdige: Cambridge University Press, 1928. Mann, Ida Caroline (1893-1983). The development of the human eye. x, 306pp. Numerous text illustrations after the author’s drawings. Cambridge: At the University Press, published for The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 1928. 248 x 159 mm. Original cloth, gilt-stamped spine, light wear, spine a bit darkened. One leaf (pp. 221-222) repaired, otherwise very good. Presentation Copy, inscribed by the author on the front endpaper: “With sincerest thanks, I. C. Mann 7.6.28.” Bookplate of Dr. Paul Henkind (1932-86), former chairman of the department of ophthalmology at Montfiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, with his pencil note stating that Mann presented this copy to Sir William Stewart Duke-Elder (1898-1978). First Edition of the first monograph on the embryology of the human eye. Mann, a graduate of the London School of Medicine for Women, was “a distinguished ophthalmologist . . . equally well known for her pioneering research work on embryology and development of the eye, and on the influences of genetic and social factors on the incidence and severity of eye diseases throughout the world” (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography). For her research Mann obtained access to “probably the most comprehensive series of human embryos available in [Great Britain]. It has thus been possible to illustrate every stage of human ocular development by an actual specimen, independent of reference to other doubtfully related species. In this way certain debatable points, resting hitherto on comparative observations only, have been placed on a sounder foundation, and certain other processes, for example, those involving growth rates and consequent alteration of position, have been studied for the first time on human material” (p. ix). According to ophthalmologist Paul Henkind, a later owner of this copy, Mann presented this copy to Sir William Stewart Duke-Elder, whose many textbooks, articles and other writings served as the educational foundation for most of the world’s ophthalmologists in the twentieth century; see Garrison.Morton.com 1530 and 1531. Garrison-Morton.com 7392.

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        LINDBERGH ALPHABET

      - ABC. (LINDBERGH,CHARLES) LINDBERGH ALPHABET story & color book. Arlington, CA: Mabel Thomas 1928. 4to (8 1/2 x 11"). pictorial wraps, spine and a few edges professionaly and discreetly strengthened and some browning, VG+ and unused. Every letter stands for an aspect of Lindbergh's historic flight. Two pages are illustrated in full color and the remainder are illustrated in line meant to be colored (unused). "C is for Courage, / For never alone / Across the Atlantic/ Had anyone flown." This is a rare alphabet. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        La mort de Circé ou la revanche du cochon

      [3]ff., 12 planches Paris, François Bernouard, 1928, in-folio, [3]ff, 12 planches, l'ensemble monté sur onglets, broché, couverture imprimée de l'éditeur, Tirage comprenant une suite des 12 magnifiques compositions de Paul Iribe. Un des 2000 exemplaires avec les illustrations sur papier pelure contrecollées ; celui-ci, non justifié, porte le tampon d'Iribe indiquant "hommage de l'auteur". Cet ouvrage étonnant comporte plusieurs critiques de la part de l'illustrateur Paul Iribe (1883-1935) : la première d'entre elles est une charge contre le cubisme, manifeste dès la première planche qui figure la mort, "regrettable d'ailleurs", de la magicienne Circé, qui avait métamorphosé les compagnons d'Ulysse en pourceaux. "Circé incarne pour Iribe la ligne courbe et l'esthétique fin-de-siècle au sein de laquelle il fit oeuvre, le cochon l'expansion déraisonnée de la géométrie et du cubisme qu'il abhorre" ; l'album est par ailleurs dédiée "A Sircé". Réalisé au retour des États-Unis, La mort de Circé sonne également le glas de l'aventure hollywoodienne et de la collaboration avec le réalisateur Cecil B. DeMille ; Iribe démontre son ressentiment à l'égard des américains et mais également, tel Ulysse qui rentre de son Odyssée malheureuse, à bord du paquebot "l'Île est Vilaine"- comprendre Manhattan - envers sa Pénélope qu'il retrouve endormie auprès de son amant. Dos factice, couverture salie. Petites déchirures sans manques à quelques planches. Paul Iribe, précurseur de l'art déco, Mairie de Paris, Bibliothèque Fornay, Hôtel de Sens, 1983, n° 265. Mythes de la décadence sous la direction d'Alain Montandaon, PU Blaise Pascal, 2001, pp. 119-120.

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        La règle de l'homme

      Gallimard 1928 - - Gallimard, Paris 1928, 15,5x20,5cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 23 exemplaires numérotés sur vieux Japon accompagnés d'une suite en couleurs des gravures sur papier de Chine, tirage de tête. Ouvrage illustré de 6 lithographies originale de Marise Rudis. Rare et bel exemplaire bien complet de la suite sur Chine. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of 23 numbered copies of old Japan accompanied by a series of color prints on rice paper, deluxe edition. Illustrated book of 6 original lithographs by Marise Rudis. Rare and beautiful full copy from the remainder of China. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Tarif für die Beförderung von Personen und Reisegepäck im direkten europaeisch-asiatischen Verkehr über Sibirien. Gültig vom 15. Mai 1928....

      (... Tariff for the conveycance of passengers and their luggage in the Europe-Asia Transsiberian Through Traffic. In force from 15. May 1928 / Tarif pour le Transport des Voyageurs et des Bagages dans le Trafic Direct entre lEurope et lAsie, par la Sibérie. Valable a partir deu 15. Mai 1928. Das Tarifheft oben links mit Nummerierung 283. ( Mehrsprachige Ausgabe: Russisch Englisch Französisch Deutsch ) 99 Seiten, OKarton, 4 ( 26 x 17,5 cm ). Die mehrsprachige Ausgabe gliedert sich in: Vorwort Beteiligte Verwaltungen // Besondere Bestimmungen mit: A: Beförderung von Personen B: Beförderung von Reisegepäck C: Rückerstattungen und Reklamationen D: Sonderbestimmungen für Berlin, Hamburg-Altona, Moskwa, Praha E: Beförderung von Hunden und Expressgut E: Bestimmungen für die Beförderung von Personen und Reisegepäck mit Schiff /// Teil 2: Vorbemerkungen Preistafeln Besondere Zuschläge für Platzkarten Wegeverzeichnis Aufliegende Fahrkarten. ( beiliegend: Zweiseitiges maschinenschriftliches Schreiben der Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft Reichsbahndirektion Osten vom 14. August 1928 gezeichnet Steffler an *Herrn Pablo L. Horn in Guadalajara, Jal. * ( Jalisco, Mexiko ) hinsichtlich der Fragen der Visaerteilung, der Ausweise, der Pass- und Sichtvermerk, des Zolls, der Besonderen Bestimmungen für den privilegierten ( pass- und zollfreien ) Durchgangsverkehr durch das zwischen Ostpreussen und dem übrigen Deutschland gelegene polnische Gebiet sowie mit Angabe der Frage der Durchreisevisa. Mit Stempel der Deutschen Reichsbahndirektion Frankfurt/Oder. Ferner beiliegend: Detaillierte handschriftlicher Fahrplan Berlin-Tokyo mit Abfahrt Berlin-Friedrichstrasse 9:16 Uhr am 1. Reisetag und Ankunft am 15. Reisetag um 10:10 in Tokio. Fahrdauer Berlin-Tokio über Riga ist mit 329 Stunden berechnet, bei Fahrt über Warschau mit 320 Stunden. Das Tarifheft stärker fleckig, berieben, oben rechts gestempelt * Devolver al Sr. Horn* sowie unten mit handschriftlicher Nummerierung 876 des Tarifverzeichnisses. Rückdeckel wasserrandig, Klammerheftung angerostet, untere rechte Ecke angeknickt. Innen auf dem Titelblatt ebenfalls mit Stempel *Devolver al Sr. Horn *. Papier innen durchgehend zeitbedingt gebräunt, Seiten teils etwas fleckig, fingerfleckig sowie meist zum rechten Außenrand hin und zur unteren und teils oberen Ecke hin wasserrandig, letzte Seiten auch stärker, letzte Seiten mit kleinem Einriß zur Außenkante hin. Innen wenige Seiten mit handschriftlichen Verbesserungen, 3 Seiten mit kleiner Kritzelei in Buntstift. - von außerordentlicher Seltenheit, von mir nicht nachweisbar in Bibliotheken etc. - ( Gewicht 250 Gramm )

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        Irénée

      - Nrf, Paris 1928, 17x22cm, broché. - Prima edizione, uno dei 109 esemplari numerati su laid Lafuma-Navarra e ripristinata nel quarto formato di carta protocollo, testina di stampa. Piccoli morsi senza gravità sulla schiena. Rara copia e piacevole. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 109 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé Lafuma-Navarre et réimposés dans le format in-quarto tellière, tirage de tête. Infimes piqûres sans gravité sur le dos. Rare et agréable exemplaire.

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        Modernisme au Japon) SHOCHIKU - no. 122. Partition.

      1928 - Japon, vers 1928 Une partition au format 191X267mm, 4 pages (couvertures comprises). Couverture illustrée. (Japan, modernism, avant garde). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Assassin [Special Author's Edition, No. 32 of 150, Signed By author]

      Jonathan Cape, Ondon 1928 - 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. At bottom of blue spine there is some discoloration just under the publisher's note, lower front board has small bumps, p. 84-85 some discoloration where newspaper clippings once were present. [8] 7-286p. Note: "First published MCMXXVIII' with limitation page noting 'of this special author's edition of the assassin have been issued, 150 copies only, each copy numbered and signed by the author. Very scarce with nice front panel design lacking the usual fading, tiny chip at base of spine and light jacket edgewear else a near fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Certain Topics in Telegraph Transmission Theory" in Bell Telephone Laboratories, August 1928, pp. 1-79

      IN ORIGINAL WRAPS, THE 1928 PUBLICATION OF NYQUIST'S SAMPLING THEOREM, or the process of converting a signal, here that of a telegraph, into a numerical sequence. The paper offered here, "Certain Topics in Telegraph Transmission Theory" first appeared in the Journal of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers in 1924, then again in 1924 in a volume of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers that chronologically published a number of other significant and like papers. The sampling theorem, later refined by Claude Shannon and now known as the Nyquist-Shannon Theorem, is the principle by which engineers are able to digitize analog signals. In order that the analog-to-digital conversion produces a faithful reproduction of the original signal, slices - called samples - of the analog waves must be taken often, with the number taken per second known as the sampling rate. In essence, the samples are bridges that allow engineers to span analog signals (or continuous-time signals) and digital signals (or discrete-time signals). In 1924 and while working at Bell Telephone Laboratories, Harry Nyquist's work centered upon the obvious need to improve the speed with which data transmission was carried over the wires. Toward this end, Nyquist made two significant distinctions, one related to signal shaping and the second to the choice of codes (See Norman). "The first is concerned with the best shape to be impressed on the transmitting medium so as to permit greater speed without undue interference either in the circuit under consideration or in those adjacent, while the latter deals with the choice of codes which will permit of transmitting a maximum amount of intelligence with a given number signal elements" (Nyquist. "Certain Factors Affecting Telegraph Speed" in Bell System Technical Journal 3, 1924, p. 324). "Certain Topics in Telegraph Transmission Theory" paper presented established the principles by which continuous signals could be converted into digital signals. "According to the Sampling Theorem, an analog signal must be sampled… at twice the frequency of its highest-frequency component to be converted into an adequate representation of the signal in digital form. Thus, the "Nyquist frequency" is the highest frequency that can be accurately sampled. It represents one-half of the sampling frequency. Adhering to the Nyquist Sampling Theorem ensures no lost data upon reconstruction in the analog domain" (Maliniak, Electronic Design, Oct. 20, 2005). In 1949 Claude Shannon, also of Bell Labs, wrote a paper entitled "Communication in the presence of noise" wherein he presented the first formal proof of the general concept presented by Nyquist. The conditions specified by Nyquist for recovering the original signal from samples of the signal are now known as the Nyquist Sampling Theorem, or as the Nyquist-Shannon Sampling Theorem" (Hecht, 'The Nyquist Sampling Theorem', 1). "Numerous experts say that Nyquist stated the Sampling Theorem, and Shannon later mathematically proved it… Both Nyquist and Shannon are considered "founding fathers of digital communications… [and] products like cell phones, audio CDs, and iPods are all based on the broad-shouldered foundation of the [sampling] theorem" (Maliniak). Both Nyquist's 1924 paper and his 1928 paper (along with one by Hartley also published in 1928) are cited in the first paragraph of Shannon's classic essay of 1948, "The Mathematical Theory of Communication" wherein their seminal role in the development of information theory is acknowledged. CONDITION & DETAILS: American Institute of Electrical Engineers. [9 x 6 inches; 225 x 150mm]. pp. 1-79. Complete issue. Bound in original paper wraps in pristine condition save for a small spot at the inner margin of the front wrap. Three holes punched in the left margin are well outside of the area of text. In fine condition, it is housed in a custom pamphlet case, gilt-lettered at the spine.

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        Es war einmal. Illustriert von weiland Heinrich Leffler. Buchschmuck von Bernd Steiner.

      Wien, M. Munk, o. J. [1928]. Folio. o. Pag. [31 Bll.] OHlwd. EA. Mit eighd. Widmung und Signatur, dat. Dezember `28. - Etw. angestaubt, kl. Randläsuren, leichte Gbrsp. Schönes Expl. Mit 12 farbigen llustrationen von H. Leffler. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Bibliophilie; Kinderbuch; Widmungsexemplare

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        Le calcul simplifié par les procédés mécaniques et graphiques... Histoire et description sommaire des instruments et machines à calculer, tables, abaques et nomogrammes

      Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1928, in-8, , broché, Nombreuses figures dans le texte. Troisième édition avec une rédaction entièrement renouvelée et de nombreuses additions. Exemplaire d'hommage de l'éditeur, avec cachet au faux-titre. Première de couverture et feuillet de faux-titre détaché, feuillets jaunis.

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        Man Eaters And Other Denizines Of The Indian Jungle

      Thacker Spink and Co, Calcutta 1928 - viii 295 pages, 3pp adverts, illustrations from the author's photographs and sketches and photos of heads, mounted by Van Ingen and Van Ingen taxidermists Mysore. Publishers mustard yellow cloth, title in black, tiger head vignette and framed border in red to front board, title in blank to spine. The author hunts tiger, panther, bear, bison in the Mysore jungle including man-eaters. A scarce Indian big game hunting title published in India and more so in this condition. Silver Hackle is identified as A.G.Shuttleworth, the cloth differs also advert to Czech 186.

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        Wien - Kärntnerstraße].

      1928 - Orig.-Farbradierung, v. Künstler eh. signiert. 53 x 40 cm. (Plattengr.). In ausgezeichnetem Zustand. vgl. Thieme-B. XIX, 582f.; Schüttler, Wien 1944; Antiquitäten-Rundschau 23. Jg. 1925, Nr. 24 - In der Platte dat. Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Les Jumeaux du Diable

      217 p. Paris, NRF, 1928, in-8, 217 p, broché, Édition originale. Service de presse. Les Jumeaux du diable est le troisième roman de Marcel Aymé (1902-1967), après Brûlebois (1926) et Aller retour (1927). Envoi de l'auteur à Joseph Hackin (1886-1941), archéologue et conservateur adjoint au Musée Guimet. A partir de 1934, il dirige la Délégation archéologique française en Afghanistan, où il réalise cinq campagnes de fouilles jusqu'en 1939. Après l'armistice, il s'engage dans la Résistance, et rejoint les Forces françaises libres. Bon exemplaire.

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        Visage et cuir chevelu. Massage, mobilisation, ultra-violet; suivis d'un formulaire pratique

      148, (4)pp. Paris, Le François, 1928, in-8, 148, (4)pp, br, PREMIERE EDITION. Figures dans le texte

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        L'anesthésie loco-régionale en oto-rhino-laryngologie et en chirurgie cervico-faciale

      de VI, 321 et (1) pages Paris, Doin, 1928, in-8, de VI, 321 et (1) pages, demi-chagrin aubergine, Première édition de ce texte peu courant, illustré de 84 figures dans le texte Bon exemplaire.

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        The Well Of Loneliness (First UK Printing)

      The First UK printing published by Jonathan Cape in 1928 with an 'Appreciation by Havelock Ellis'. True first state with typographical error on page 50 ('whip' instead of 'whips'). The BOOK is in Very Good+ condition. Pushing to spine tips. Gilt titling remains bright as does the black top-stain. A hint of discolouration to one tiny area of cloth on the spine and a single minuscular stain to the upper board. Mild offsetting to end papers with light spotting to the prelims and in a few other places. The scarce paper WRAPPER is in Very Good+ condition. Moderate edge-wear with loss - see images. This loss is more pronounced to the spine ends and corners. The wrapper remains very presentable in the removable Brodart archival protector. Professional Japanese tissue paper repairs to the verso of the wrapper. This famous and highly controversial lesbian novel became the target of a campaign by the editor of the Sunday Express newspaper, who believed it to be morally toxic. The novel went through two small printings in Britain before being suppressed. In the same year there was a continental printing in English, from the more liberal Parisian publishers, Pegasus Press.For decades The Well of Loneliness was the best-known lesbian novel in English. One opponent of the book declared ,'I would rather give a healthy boy or a healthy girl a phial of prussic acid than this novel. Poison kills the body, but moral poison kills the soul. 'By the end of the year the book had been judged 'obscene' and all copies for sale were ordered to be destroyed by British authorities. This is one of the few copies that survived -- the very first issue before a minor textual error was corrected. Very scarce in the original wrapper. Collectible. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.

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        The Lacquer System of Sign Painting

      FREDERICK J. DRAKE & CO., CHICAGO 1928 - corners bumped, black and white illustrations, cover stained, hinge cracked, pages begining to seperate, some writing (practing teqniques displayed in book, and only on blank sides of pages) in rear, set of 42 Artists for Victory stamps on final 4 pages, front end paper torn, previous owners name printed in decorative handwriting on insinde of front cover, guide to color legibility chart and art school ad front end paper DATE PUBLISHED: 1928 EDITION: 135 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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