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        Autograph album leaf signed.

      Nørholm, 29. IX. 1928. - 40:114 mm. "Augustus: Festina lente". - With mounted newspaper clipping on cardboard.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The House at Pooh Corner

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd,, 1928. With decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. Octavo. Publisher's blue calf, titles to spine gilt, vignette to front board gilt, pink pictorial endpapers, all edges gilt. Housed in the publisher's presentation box for the deluxe issue of Winnie-the-Pooh. Illustrated throughout by E. H. Shepard. Spine a little sunned, internally fine; an excellent copy. First edition, first impression, deluxe issue.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Antichrist of Nietzsche

      London: The Fanfrolico Press, 1928. Half-Leather. Collectible; Very Good. The 1928 lovely Fanfrolico Press edition of Nietzsche's "The Antichrist". Translated from the original German by P.R. Stephensen and lavishly illustrated by Norman Lindsay, with 7 of his engravings complementing the text. Bound by Kelly & Sons in half-leather over navy-blue boards and limited to 550 copies. Solid, tight and VG, with light staining and wear at the panels. Elephant folio, top-edge gilt, deckled fore and bottom-edges. A very impressive, uncommon rendering of one of Nietzsche's darkest texts, originally published exactly 40 years earlier.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        L'ACROPOLE

      Editions, Albert Morancé, s.d. [1930] 1928 - Livre d'occasion 2 vol. in-folio en feuilles (52 x 36,5 xm), sous chemise à lacets d'édition, dos en toile rouge titré, 43pp, 46 fig. in-texte, 75 superbes planches d'illustrations photographiques en N/B. - 85pp, 75 fig. in-texte dont un plan en couleurs, 85 planches réunissant 205 illustrations photographiques en N/B. Etat proche du neuf. Très bel ouvrage. Sommaire : TI. L'enceinte- L'Entrée - Le bastion d'Athéna - Niké - Les Propylées - TII. Le plateau supérieur - L'érechtheion - Les annexes Sud. 4560g.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl.]
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        Edle Nacktheit in China mit 32 originalaufnahmen.

      Berlin.: Eigenbrodler.. 1928.. 7pp, [31] rotogravure plates on folded leaves, bound in a Chinese style binding with new ribbon ties, 27 x 21 cm. Some light soiling, original paper covered card covers marked and chipped with loss particularly on spine and lower corners. .

      [Bookseller: Asia Bookroom]
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        A COLLECTION OF THREE LIMITED EDITIONS: THE EMPEROR JONES [and] THE HAIRY APE [and] STRANGE INTERLUDE

      New York: Boni and Liveright, Horace Liveright, 1928. Each work ONE OF 775 COPIES (750 of these for sale) SIGNED BY O'NEILL; FIRST EDITION of "Strange Interlude." n. Hardcover. 267 x 197 mm (10 1/2 x 7 3/4"). 90 pp., [1] leaf (colophon); 114 pp., [1] leaf (colophon); 4 p.l., 298 pp., [1] leaf (blank), [1] leaf (colophon). Three separately published works in three volumes. Each work ONE OF 775 COPIES (750 of these for sale) SIGNED BY O'NEILL; FIRST EDITION of "Strange Interlude." First two works in publisher's patterned cloth backed with black buckram, both with pictorial dust jacket and in (somewhat worn) publisher's slipcase with paper label; "Strange Interlude" in publisher's stiff vellum over bevelled boards, with original tissue dust jacket and (very worn and crudely repaired) original paper slipcase. First two works with 17 illustrations (eight in "Emperor Jones," nine in "Hairy Ape") by Alexander King, as called for. Top of "Ape" dust jacket spine neatly replaced, "Interlude" vellum quite spotted (as almost always with this book), tissue jacket of "Interlude" rather torn and creased, otherwise very well preserved: the printed jackets generally clean and fine, and the volumes themselves unworn and internally without significant signs of use. This is a pleasing group of signed limited edition copies of three ground-breaking plays by the only American playwright to win the Nobel Prize for literature. The story of a railway porter who becomes the oppressive dictator of a West Indian island, "The Emperor Jones" (1920) was the play that made O'Neill (1888-1953) famous. In it, O'Neill begins to demonstrate the innovations Day considers his great contribution to American theater: "naturalism, expressionism, modern psychology, previously forbidden themes, and previously unknown plumbing of psychic and spiritual depths." It makes great use of the soliloquy, one of O'Neill's favorite devices: in six of the eight scenes, Jones is the only character who speaks. "The Hairy Ape" (1922) deals with issues of belonging and alienation, revealing O'Neill's sympathy with the laboring class oppressed by the wealthy and privileged elite. O'Neill won his third Pulitzer Prize in eight years for "Strange Interlude," an experimental play that was, in Day's words, "a surprisingly popular success although its nine acts consume five hours." Its story of a 20th century Everywoman touches on the issues of promiscuity, abortion, insanity, and adultery (the controversial content perhaps explaining some of its popularity). This grouping is intended to provide an opportunity to acquire three signed copies of important American plays at an advantageous price.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Bambi: A Life in the Woods

      New York:: Simon and Schuster, 1928. First edition. Octavo, original green cloth, pictorial endpapers. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with light rubbing. Also laid in is the original leaflet from publication about the author and the inside story of Bambi?'s publication. Foreword by John Galsworthy. Translated from the German by Whittaker Chambers. A very attractive example of this work. "Using the pseudonym Felix Salten, journalist Siegmund Salzmann wrote several anthropomorphic animal tales, including the novel Bambi This story of life in the forest is written with integrity, emotion and great skill Bambi remains [Salten?'s] best-known work, and it is a classic in the genre of animal stories" (Silvey, 571-72). Walt Disney famously adapted the book to the screen in his 1942 animated film.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Bishop's Wife

      Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis, IN 1928 - First edition stated on the copyright page. Pale yellow boards stamped in black with patterned endpapers. A clean and bright NF copy in a VG dust jacket wth the price of $2.00 intact on the front flap. Basis for the 1947 film directed by Henry Koster and starring Cary Grant, Loretta Young and David Niven. A scarce title, especially in dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Acorn Books]
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        Bambi, A Life in the Woods.

      New York: Simon and Schuster,, 1928. [Translated from the German by Whittaker Chambers.] Foreword by John Galsworthy. Octavo. Original green vertical-ribbed cloth, spine lettered gilt and with thick gilt rule at head and tail, front cover with deer motif in gilt in central panel, pictorial endpapers, top edge stained yellow. With the dust jacket printed in black and green. 26 full-page illustrations by Kurt Wiese; title with vignette and device printed in green. Ownership signature to verso of front endpaper, in the lightly toned dust jacket with the lower front flap corner clipped. An excellent copy. First American edition, stated first printing (July 1928). The German-language original was first published in Berlin in 1923.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Bambi: A Life in the Woods

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. First edition. (As stated on limitation page mentioning that this is one 1,00 copies preceding the trade issue.) New York: Simon and Schuster, 1928. Foreword by John Galsworthy, limitation page, 209 p. Illustrated. Good+ condition. Green cloth with gilt lettering. No jacket. Name on ffep. A few stains on back cover. Signatures at front a bit free. Spine darkened and lettering rubbed. Translated by Whittaker Chambers. The book that inspired the classic Walt Disney animated film.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Complete Novels.

      London: William Heinemann Ltd.,, 1928. Octavo (204 × 135 mm). Bound by Riviere & Son in blue polished calf, twin morocco labels to spine lettered gilt, compartments decorated gilt, gilt rules to boards and inner dentelles gilt, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Spine sunned, some minor scratches to boards, tips and spine ends rubbed; an excellent copy, internally clean. The first one-volume edition, first impression, attractively bound.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        MUSEO DEL PRADO GOYA CIEN DIBUJOS INEDITOS

      - MUSEO DEL PRADO GOYA I Cien dibujos inéditos.- Madrid, Jesus López y Hausser y Menet, 1928; en folio rústica original, 10 hojas de texto por Félix Boix y F. J. Sánchez Cantón, y 100 láminas. Se añade: MUSEO DEL PRADO II Ochenta y cuatro dibujos inéditos.- Madrid, Blass, 1941; en folio rústica original, 10 hojas de texto y 84 láminas. Las dos en papel de hilo y con estuche en cartón. Palau nº 106599.

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ]
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        THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER.

      Methuen & Co. (1928)., London: - First edition. SIGNED BY MILNE on the title page. Usual offset to endpaper and small crimp to base of spine, else fine in good to perhaps very good dust jacket with moderate soiling, split at spine fold internally mended with archival tape, chip at base of spine taking out "Methuen," and a narrow corner chip but otherwise only marginal wear. This trade edition is becoming scarce signed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quill & Brush, member ABAA]
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        View from My Studio. (View of Noe Valley and St. Paul's Church from the Artist's Studio)

      San Francisco: Circa 1970s. Oil on canvas. Signed upper left. 24 x 20 inches. Framed. John J. Payne (1928-1999)was a San Francisco based artist. He studied with Lorser Feitelson at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. Payne painted in a naif and hard edge style. He exhibited in the Tillman Place Gallery and the Maxwell Gallery in the 1950s and 1960s. The artist's sister, Frances Payne, PhD, numbered each of the artist's works. This is Work no. 381.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        The House At Pooh Corner

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd, (1928). First Edition First Printing. Fine in bright orange cloth covered boards with bright gilt text on the spine, gilt borders and the image of Christopher Robbin and Pooh on the front board, illustrated end sheets and with the top edge of the text block gilt. A 12mo measuring 7 1/2" by 5" with very a gilt top edge to the text block. The end sheets show modest offsetting from the flaps of the dust jacket. In a very good+, unclipped dust jacket with a 1/2" closed tear at the upper edge of the front panel and a one inch long closed tear at the upper edge of the fold to the front flap and very faint rubbing to the ends of the spine area, but with no tears or chips. Overall a very nice, bright jacket. 178 pages illustrated throughout with line drawings by Ernest H. Shepard. A very clean and handsome copy with no prior ownership markings of any kind.

      [Bookseller: Town's End Books]
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        Die Nordsee.

      (Hilversum, De Heuvelpers, 1928). 24,1 x 17,5 cm. Oorspronkelijk, verguld soepel perkament. In linnen foedraal. Gezet uit de Meidoorn-letter en gedrukt in groen en zwart in een oplage van 125 op de pers genummerde exemplaren.* Tweede uitgave van De Heuvelpers van S.H. de Roos. Mooi exemplaar in heelperkament met Duitstalige prospectus, eveneens in twee kleuren gedrukt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fokas HOLTHUIS]
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        Le surréalisme et la peinture. Avec soixante-dix-sept photogravures d après Max Ernst, Giorgio de Chirico, Joan Miro, Georges Braque, Arp, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, André Masson, Yves Tanguy.

      Librairie Gallimard, NRF,, Paris, 1928 - Paris, Librairie Gallimard, NRF, 1928, 24,3 x 19,3 cm, 72 Seiten. Mit 77 schwarz-weiss Tafeln, Original-Broschurumschlag mit leichtem Knick, letzte Vorsatzblätter fleckig, obere rechte Ecke gestaucht. Insgesamt ein ordentliches Exemplar. Nummeriertes Exemplar (Nr. 876). - Dok.-Bibl. IV, 26. - Mit einem Stempel der Buchhandlung "Casa Garraux", rue 15 de novembre, 20, Sao Paulo auf dem leeren Vorsatzblatt. Sprache: Französisch Insgesamt ein ordentliches Exemplar. Original-Broschurumschlag mit leichtem Knick, letzte Vorsatzblätter fleckig, obere rechte Ecke gestaucht.

      [Bookseller: Stader Kunst-Buch-Kabinett]
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        The House at Pooh Corner.

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd,, 1928. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. Octavo. Original pink cloth, titles to spine and pictorial design to front board gilt, top edge gilt, illustrated endpapers. With the pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated throughout by E. H. Shepard. A fine copy in the exceptionally bright jacket. First edition, first impression, of the fourth Winnie-the-Pooh book, in which Tigger makes his first appearance.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The History of the Valorous and Wittie Knight-Errant Don Quixote of the Mancha. Parts I and II

      Ashendene Press, Chelsea 1928 - Two folio volumes. xiii, 268; x, 256pp. One of 225 copies. Printed in red and black in double columns with floriated initials by Louise Powell. This is the first appearance of the "Ptolemy" type, and the book is one of the most impressive productions of the Ashendene Press. Colin Franklin writes "Of [Hornby's] grand works, Don Quixote in two folio volumes may be preferred; easier to read and turn pages of prose, and very fine in his later type with Louise Powell's initials." A fine set in a variant binding of full green morocco with gilt-titling and seven raised bands on the spine, and full gilt rules and titling on covers. Housed in morocco-trimmed cloth slipcases. Small booklabel of George Abrams in both volumes. (Franklin, p. 57). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers, Inc., ABAA]
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        Considérations sur la gravure originale.

      [Brussels:] La Gravure Originale Belge,, 1928. Oblong octavo, pp. 21. Original tan wrappers, lettered in black on front cover. Full-page etching and tail-piece by Emile-Henry Tielemans. Wrappers patchily toned, small marginal stain to a number of leaves. A very good copy. Extra limited edition, one of 15 copies lettered A-O (this copy lettered G) for the author and his collaborators. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author in pencil on the half-title: "à Mr. Morison au bon souvenir, London. April 29". With, laid-in, an original etched New Year card signed (for 1931) and a charming original etching by Laboureur, showing an artist in plus fours, his bicycle leaning against a tree, sketching some rural buildings. Jean-Émile Laboureur (1877-1943) was a French painter, engraver, and etcher, who contributed illustrations to works by André Maurois, Colette, André Gide, Maurice Maeterlinck, François Mauriac, and others. Rare: Copac records just one copy (V&A) in British and Irish institutional libraries, OCLC adds seven copies worldwide. There was also a regular limited edition of 100 copies only.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Schriftsteller.-

      Drei eh. Briefe u. ein masch. Brief, alle mit eh. U. Ägina, Athen u. Berlin, 8. IX. 1924 - 22.II. 1928. - 8°. u. 4°. Zus. 11 SS.- Knickfalten, leicht gebräunt.- Beiliegend 2 eh. Kuverts (Briefmarken ausgeschnitten). Alle an Bernhard Rang.- 8. IX. 1924: Er teilt mit, daß er sich große Sorgen um dessen Vater, Florens Christian Rang (1864–1924), macht u. schreibt: ". es wäre mir sehr schwer, wenn ich ihn nicht wiedersehen sollte. . - Ich las eigentlich wenig über Astrologie. Einmal etwas u. ein tollnärrisches Werk .". - Es folgen noch einige astrologische Betrachtungen u. der Hinweis, daß sich der Adressat an Dr. Franz Spunda in Wien wenden könne. - Der Brief schließt: "Hoffentlich kann ich bald nach Griechenland zurück, ein viertel Jahr sogar nach Deutschland kommen. Ich habe etwas mehr Zuversicht. Vielleicht auch, weil ich mir, nach 3 1/2 Jahren Kämpfen fürs Nordlicht, 1 Jahr Waffenstillstand gönne". - 13. IX. 1924: ". Da meines Bleibens in Athen nicht ist, fahre ich nach Alexandria u. dann weiter". Daher wird er "längere Zeit nichts Geistiges . produzieren, sondern Journalismus . treiben". Da er weiß, "dass nunmehr viele Deutsche sich gern u. tief mit meinem Werk beschäftigen", möchte er dies desto eifriger weiterführen. "Das ist aber, bei diesen Umständen, fast unmöglich". - Am 19. IX. 1924 teilt er mit, daß "alle, besonders auf der Gesandschaft, Partei" für ihn ergreifen u. er beschlossen hat, Athen zu verlassen. Weiterhin berichtet er über die Schwierigkeiten hinsichtlich seines Arbeitens. - Im Brief aus Berlin vom 22.II. 1928 schreibt er: "Gern lass ich Ihnen die Bücher zugehen, die Sie nicht zu haben scheinen. Eines enthält doch das Sonnett an Ihren Vater. Es heisst 'An Plato', ist aber duchaus dem eignen Freund geweiht. Mein Niedergang beruht darauf, daß sehr viel, aber nichts Treffliches über mich gesagt wurde. Sehr schmerzlich war es für Ihren Vater und mich, dass damals sein Aufsatz über das Nordlicht keine Unterkunft fand. Seit vier Jahren dichte ich nicht mehr, seit drei Jahren forsche ich nicht mehr. Nicht ich habe darüber entschieden, des Schicksals Bescheid hat mich vom Wege gedrängt".- Theodor Däubler unternahm 1921-26 eine Griechenlandreise mit Aufenthalten in Kleinasien, Palästina u. Ägypten. In dieser Zeit arbeitete er an der dritten, der Athener Fassung seines Hauptwerks "Das Nordlicht", die er 1930 in Frankreich vollendete u. die ungedruckt blieb. Autographe [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat MEINDL & SULZMANN OG]
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        Dames de Californie

      Edition, one of 20 numbered copies on Japan, deluxe edition.Binding half black box, back with five nerves, date, name of the author and book title palladium boards so mottled snake skin paper, guards and contreplats burgundy paper, palladium head covers and backs preserved, elegant binding signed Goy & Vilaine.Illustrated book, frontispiece, a portrait of Joseph Kessel Crafted by Achille.Bel elegantly prepared copy. Emile Hazan Paris 1928 14,5x19,5cm relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        THEY RETURN AT EVENING: A BOOK OF GHOST STORIES.

      London: Philip Allan & Co., Ltd., [1928] - Octavo, pp. [1-10] 11-313 [314: blank] [315-316: ads] [note: first leaf is a blank], original black cloth, front panel ruled in blind, spine panel stamped in gold. First edition, probable first binding. Collects ten stories. "The first and best of the author's several collections." - Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-200. "Excellent stories." - Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1641. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, p. 177. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, pp. 445-46. Bleiler (1978), p. 201. Reginald 14769. A bright, near fine copy. This book is seldom seen in nice condition, first binding copies are uncommon. (#147182) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        Bauernhütte.

      - Schwarze Kreide und Pinsel in Grau, auf Bütten, verso numeriert „N: 501". 11,2:22 cm. - Durchgehend etwas braunfleckig, sonst tadellos. Provenienz: Sammlung Prinz W. Argoutinsky-Dolgoroukoff, Paris, Lugt Suppl. 2602 d; versteigert in Berlin 8.11.1928, Nr. 523; Sammlung Adolf Gruis, Berlin, nicht bei Lugt. Literatur: Beck Z 705. Die produktivste Zeit van Goyens als Landschaftszeichner fällt in die Jahre 1651-1653. Die hier vorgestellte Zeichnung ist als autonomes Kunstwerk entstanden, auch wenn sie nicht signiert ist. Die Kreidelinien werden durch den unterschiedlich stark ausgeübten Druck modelliert und die Zeichnung mit Tuschpinsel laviert. Hierdurch erreicht der Künstler eine mehr malerische als graphische Wirkung. Das Format des Blattes entspricht mehr oder weniger der Standardgröße der bildmäßig ausgeführten Zeichnungen van Goyens. Jan van Goyen ist einer der bedeutendsten holländischen Landschaftsmaler des 17. Jahrhunderts. Nach Studien bei fünf verschiedenen Meistern (um 1606-um 1610) bildete er sich autodidaktisch weiter. Um 1615 ging er für etwa ein Jahr nach Frankreich und arbeitete danach einige Zeit selbständig in Leiden. Auf seine drängenden Bitten hin ermöglichte ihm sein Vater ein weiteres Studienjahr in Haarlem bei Esaias van de Velde (um 1591-1630). Diese Zeit hinterließ den nachhaltigsten Eindruck und machte sich in van Goyens Werk deutlich bemerkbar. Danach kehrte er zunächst nach Leiden zurück, zog jedoch 1632 nach Den Haag, wo er verstarb. Mit den Jahren wurde van Goyen zu einem bedeutenden Naturschilderer, der die Farbstimmung jeder Tages- und Jahreszeit hervorragend einzufangen wußte. Ganz im Gegensatz zu den Gemälden, die meist nicht vor der Natur entstanden, hat der Künstler um so „fleißiger vor der Natur gezeichnet. Tausende, z.T. aus aufgelösten Skizzenbüchern stammende, meist mit schwarzer Kreide gezeichnete Studien, legen davon Zeugnis ab. Wie die Gemälde, kennzeichnet sie ein flotter, loser Strich." (zitiert aus: Thieme/Becker, Bd. XIV, S. 462).

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Aus dem kleinen alten Städtchen.,

      Stalling, Oldenburg (um 1928). - 7 farbig illustr. Doppeltafeln mit Schlitzen für 21 (von insgesamt 24?) vorhandene Einsteckfiguren. Illustrationen von Wenz-Vietor. Deckel mit geringen Bereibungen, Flügel etwas verknickt, Tafeln fast unbespielt, 2 Figuren gering lädiert. Schönes Expl. in sehr gutem Zustand. - W-V # 18 mit zweifelhaften Jahresangaben. EA angeblich 1921, auf den Tafeln gibt die Künstlerin allerdings 1922 an. Auch die angegebene Zahl von 24 Figuren wird vermutlich nicht stimmen, Kollegen geben 28 an. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 Farbig illustr. Deckel. Flügelmappe mit 7 lose eingelegten Tafeln. 6. Aufl. Nürnberger Bilderbücher Nr. 25a, D.G.M. 738111.

      [Bookseller: Plesse Antiquariat Minzloff]
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        THE MASTER MIND OF MARS

      Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co.,. 1928. original orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black.. From the Jack Warring collection with his signature and rubber-. stamped name and address and 17 March 1928 date stamp on front free. endpaper. A nearly fine copy in bright, very good four-color. pictorial dust jacket (reproducing painting by J. Allen St. John on. front panel) with internal tape along top and bottom edges and folds. and several tape stains and abrasions to flaps, and some dust soiling. to the spine panel. An outwardly attractive example of the uncommon. jacket. (#149438). First edition. 5000 copies printed. Sixth book of the Mars series. Bleiler, Science- Fiction: The Early Years 309. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 35. Reginald 02295. Heins MMM-1.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Es war einmal. Illustriert von weiland Heinrich Leffler. Buchschmuck von Bernd Steiner.

      M. Munk,, Wien, 1928 - Wien, M. Munk, o. J. [1928]. o. Pag. [31 Bll.] OHlwd. EA. Mit 12 farbigen llustrationen von H. Leffler. - Etw. angestaubt, kl. Randläsuren, leichte Gbrsp. Gutes Expl. Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        Spione [Spies, The Spy] (Original UK Film Program)

      London: Fritz Lang Film / UFA / W and F., 1928. Original UK program for the 1928 German film, "Spione," released in the US as "Spies." Lang's follow up to "Metropolis," and penultimate silent film, an underrated spy versus spy thriller containing some of the most virtuosic set pieces of the director's career, including a spectacular train crash at the film's climax. 9.5 x 12 inches, 12 pages, side stapled in card wrappers. Wrappers Very Good plus overall, interior bright and Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        John Brown's Body

      Doubleday, Doran and Company , Inc. 1928 - Number 121 of 201 numbered first edition copies signed by author. Internally the book is tight and clean. Rebound in a beautiful full leather binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Southworth Rare Books]
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        Kubismus. (Geschichte des Kubismus - Kubismus, ein neues Formgewissen). Übersetzt von Eulein Grohmann.

      München, Alber Langen 1928 - 101 SS. Mit 47 schwarzweissen Abbildungen auf Tafeln. Ogln.bd. (nach Entwurf von L.Moholy-Nagy). Erstausgabe. - Im Bug fachmännisch geklebt, Einband verstaubt und etwas fleckig, Ecken minimal bestoßen. "Bauhausbücher" Band 13. Hrsg. von Walter Gropius und L. Moholy-Nagy. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Andreas Moser]
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        [Polo Scene: Three players at goal; right to left]

      1928. Trial proof of a print issued in a very small edition. Drypoint etching, noted "Trial Proof" and inscribed by the artist in pencil lower right. 1 vols. 7 x 10 inches (plates size). Framed and glazed. Uniform browning of sheet. Trial proof of a print issued in a very small edition. Drypoint etching, noted "Trial Proof" and inscribed by the artist in pencil lower right. 1 vols. 7 x 10 inches (plates size). Rare Polo Etching, Inscribed by Brown to Connett. An interesting and dynamic polo scene by Paul Brown, depicting a player about to swing his mallet, defending the goal against two opponents. Biscotti writes of the rarity of Brown's etchings, and that many of them "were probably done in very limited editions, as the only examples seen were those in the possession of the family". Biscotti records that the Polo etchings he lists were seen only as reproductions in Polo magazine for September 1928. Inscribed by the artist to his publisher, "To Eugene V. Connett, sincerely, Paul Brown." A fine sporting association and a rare print. Biscotti, Paul Brown, Master of Equine Art, p. 119. Provenance: Eugene V. Connett III; his son, Eugene V. Connett IV

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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      München, 30. Dezember 1928. - 1 S. Gr.-4to. An Eugen Pinner vom Berliner „Fontane-Abend", den Druck seines Vortrags „Theodor Fontane" betreffend: „[ ] Verzeihen Sie, dass sich die Übersendung des kleinen Manuskriptes infolge von Arbeitsüberlastung wieder verzögert hat! Ich sagte Ihnen schon, dass mein Berliner Fontane-Vortrag im Wesentlichen aus der Einleitung bestand, die ich für die Reclam’sche, im Februar erscheinende Ausgabe seiner Werke geschrieben habe, und es kommt hinzu, dass auch das Reclam’sche ‚Universum’ im Januarheft den Aufsatz zu bringen beabsichtigt. Ich möchte Ihnen doch noch einmal zu überlegen geben, ob es lohnt, den Vortrag unter diesen Umständen für Ihre Mitglieder als Privatdruck herzustellen, aber ich gebe Ihnen das nur zur Erwägung, denn mir persönlich würde der Druck natürlich Vergnügen machen [ ]". - Auf Briefpapier mit gedrucktem Briefkopf.

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        COLLECTION OF 17 B.W. PERIOD PHOTOGRAPHS OF SHANGHAI AND ENVIRONS.

      17 ACTUAL B.W. PHOTOGRAPHS OF SHANGHAI & WHANG POO RIVER [Shanghai, n.d. ca. 1928 - n.p.]. Collection of 17 b.w. photos14.5 x 9 cm., very good, titles captions in lower corner,some have numbers on verso, all clean except one extractedfrom black-page album, else very nice condition. Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        The Tower

      Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. Green cloth gilt. pp vi, 110 and then 2 pages of other works by Yeats. First edition. no inscriptions. A nice clean copy. Just 'Copyright' on back of title page. Title page dated 1928. Minor foxing only, and almost entirely confined to the edges. Robust packaging. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide

      [Bookseller: M Godding Books Ltd]
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        Bambi

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1928. A Life in the Woods. Translated from the German by Whittaker Chambers. With a Foreword by John Galsworthy. Octavo (187 × 125 mm). Finely bound in recent green morocco by the Cottage Bindery, titles to spine gilt with gilt decoration and raised bands, boards ruled gilt, gilt vignette to front board, illustrated endpapers, top edge gilt. With a green cloth slipcase. Spine a little sunned; an excellent copy, attractively bound. First UK edition, first impression. It was first published in the US earlier the same year, and was originally published in Germany in 1923.

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        A Family Group - Noatak, Pl. 717 from The North American Indian. Portfolio XX

      University Press of Cambridge, Mass., and Plimpton Press, Norwood, Mass., Massachusetts 1928 - The North American Indian. Vol.20 Written, Illustrated and Published by Edward Curtis. Foreword By Theodore Roosevelt. Ex Libris, Rochester Public Library, stamp l.l. Published: University Press of Cambridge, Mass., and Plimpton Press, Norwood, Mass. Medium: Sepia printed photogravure engraving on Van Gelder paper. Photogravure by Suffolk Engr. Co., Cambridge Mass., 1928 Dimensions: Paper size 22 x 17 3/4", p.m. 17 5/8 x 12 7/8"

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        THE MASTER MIND OF MARS

      Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co.,. 1928. original orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black.. 1928 Christmas gift inscription on front free endpaper and. recipient's Lisbon, NH book label affixed to front paste-down. A fine. copy in bright, nearly fine four-color pictorial dust jacket. (reproducing painting by J. Allen St. John on front panel) with wear. and just a bit of loss at upper spine end and front corner tips and. some dust soiling to spine and rear panels. A beautiful example of a. very scarce jacket, this one never touched by a paper. conservationist. (#151466). First edition. 5000 copies printed. Sixth book of the Mars series. Bleiler, Science- Fiction: The Early Years 309. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 35. Reginald 02295. Heins MMM-1.

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        Drums With Pictures by N C Wyeth

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1928., 39. First Illustrated Edition by N.C. Wyeth. 4to. Superb in publisher's black cloth with titled illustration pasted down to upper, bright gilt titles to spine, pictorial end papers, ownership; in its near fine pictorial dust wrapper slightly frayed to the head of spine, a small nick to top and a couple of scratches to the illustration. With 14 illustrations in colour and several line drawings. An unusually clean and sharp copy.

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        The Benson Murder Case

      Charles Scribner's Sons New York 1928 - Presumed Third Edition. Van Dine's first mystery novel and famously scarce Haycraft-Queen cornerstone in which Philo Vance investigates the "sensational" murder of a Wall Street broker. This is the 1928 printing, two year after the extremely rare 1926 First Edition. Flaps advertise "The 'Canary' Murder Case", "Greene Murder Case" and "Benson Murder Case". Basis for the 1930 Paramount Picture talkie directed by Frank Tuttle and starring William Powell and William Boyd. Near Fine, contemporary inscription at front endpaper, in Good dustjacket, modest edge chipping, closed tears at spine edges. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Albumblatt mit 9 eigenh. U. von Else Lasker-Schüler (mit eh. Federzeichnung „Prinz Jussuf und sein Somali"), Gabriele Reuter, Clara Viebig, Dorothee Goebeler, Clara Steinitz, Agnes Schöbel, Felicitas Rose, Margarete Heilmann und Hedwig Courths-Mahler.

      O. O., 1928. - 195:235 mm. Eine Sammlung von Autographen prominenter Schriftsteller auf einem Blatt, meist mit Sinnsprüchen. In der oberen linken Ecke befindet sich eine Portraitzeichnung Christiane Vulpius von M. Wutzer.

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        2pp Signed Letter on polio and muscular atrophy to Morris Fishbein (editor of the AMA Journal) on Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland Letterhead (February 20, 1928)

      1928. Very Good. Typed two page letter on Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland signed (with full name) by Franklin D. Roosevelt with handwritten postscript, 8 paragraphs plus 5 lines of handwritten postscript. This letter (dated February 20, 1928) is addressed to Dr. Morris Fishbein regarding the effect of exercising in warm springs (primarily the findings of a Dr. Hubbard and the Trustees of the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation) on infantile paralysis aka polio (from which Roosevelt famously suffered). The pages have been folded, three hole punches along the lefthand margin of both pages which have been torn, small orange stain to first page, a staple has been removed from the upper lefthand corner. Very Good. Fishbein had made a name for himself as exposer of quack doctors and was the longtime editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association. Since FDR was intensely interested in possible cures and therapies for polio, this is an important letter illustrating his deep commitment to medical advancement along these lines. 'Our own work at Warm Springs seems to prove rather definitely that the affected muscle groups gain more rapidly when given exercises under water than the same grups do when given exercises on tables in the open air...' His handwritten remarks at the end are directed at Fishbein's inclination to characterize health spas and resorts in dubious terms. 'My only kick was about your telling people that advertising literature was being circulated for the 'resort' and that the 'thing' was evidently a 'kind of promotion' -- of course none of these happen to be true!'

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