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        A Landor library : a catalogue of printed books, manuscripts and autograph letters by Walter Savage Landor / collected by Thomas James Wise

      London : Printed for private circulation, 1928. Provenance; from the library of Michael Ernest Sadler, University College, Oxford with his bookplate. SIGNED inscription by the author on his headed note-paper. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked, fine-ribbed cloth over bevelled boards. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. De-luxe limited edition - 1 of only 25 copies on hand-made papers. Physical description; xxi, 3, 3-103, 1 p : front., plates (ports., facsims.) ; 26 cm.Subjects; Landor, Walter Savage 1775-1864 - Bibliography. Contents; Pt.1. The writings of Walter Savage Landor -- pt. 2. Landoriana. Some of the plates are printed on both sides. Introduction signed: Stephen Wheeler. Device on recto of last leaf inscribed: The Ashley library.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. [ Leather bound in the Original Box].

      Methuen & Co. Ltd., London 1928 - A Fine hardback First Edition DELUXE LEATHER BOUND EDITION with bright gilt decorations and lettering. Minimal rubbing to spine tips. All edges gilt. Bright and unmarked. In the original box with original printed paste on labels on top box top and one edge, as issued. Box top, label soiled. Sm. 8vo. xi, 178 pp. In October 1928, "The House at Pooh Corner" was published in both London and New York, to unanimously rapturous reviews. Everyone had been told that it was to be the last book about Christopher Robin and his friends in the Enchanted Forest. From Milne's point of view, it seemed a good idea to finish on a high note, before anyone had a chance to weary of the characters. There was also the growing need to protect the real Christopher Robin, if possible, from the relentless glare of publicity.A review of "The House at Pooh Corner" in Punch remarked wistfully" :It is too bad Christopher Robin has to grow up." The warning bell had sounded. ( Book Magazine Collector, Sept. 1995, p. 10). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER [ Leather bound in the Original Box]

      London:: Methuen & Co. Ltd.,, 1928. First Edition. Fine. A Fine hardback First Edition DELUXE LEATHER BOUND EDITION with bright gilt decorations and lettering. Minimal rubbing to spine tips. All edges gilt. Bright and unmarked. In the original box with original printed paste on labels on top box top and one edge, as issued. Box top, label soiled. Sm. 8vo. xi, 178 pp.

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        Manual of Case Analysis

      THE EMBALMING BOOK COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO 1928 - general wear, discoloring, some writing on end papers DATE PUBLISHED: 1928 EDITION: FIRST ED 108 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        The Evolution of Trout and Trout Fishing in America

      New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, 1928. First edition, no. 88 of 100 de luxe copies signed by the author. Frontispiece portrait, map, 9 color plates. xxxii, 254 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Publisher's burgundy morocco gilt, t.e.g. Some rubbing along front joint, small trace of old bookplate removal on front pastedown. very good. Custom cloth slipcase. Uncommon. One of 100 Copies Southard "had the first fish camp built on the Kennebago ... kept very complete records of Kennebago Lake fishing, including sky and weather conditions" (Bruns).An important and beautifully illustrated work.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        The House at Pooh Corner

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd,, 1928. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. Quarto. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in pink morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, multiple pictorial blocks to boards gilt, decoration gilt to turn-ins, white silk doublures, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Illustrated throughout by E. H. Shepard. A fine copy. Signed limited edition. Number 23 of 350 copies printed on handmade paper and signed by both the author and artist.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Table is Set with Wine and Cheese

      San Francisco, ca. 1960s. Oil on board. 20 x 24 inches. John Payne (1928-2000) was represented by San Francisco's Maxwell Galleries in the 1950s.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Dinners, Long and Short

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1928. With an introduction by X. Marcel Boulestin and a portrait by Marie Laurencin. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Monochrome frontispiece portrait. Spine rubbed, endpapers and edges foxed, rear free endpaper folded. An excellent copy in the jacket with nicks to edges. First edition, first impression. With the scarce illustrated jacket by E. McKnight Kauffer, from the brief period before the publishers adopted their signature yellow jackets. The publisher's retained copy with their ink stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket and the front pastedown.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Dickey Byrd

      Mass:: Milton Bradley Co, 1928. First edition. Hard Cover. vg+. Quarto. (12" x 9") 146pp Dark green cloth with yellow lettering to cover and spine. Six beautiful and rich full page color illustrations and many other line drawings by Gustaf Tenggren. There is some rubbing to the author's name on the front cover. Bottom corners bumped. Some light edge wear. A very nice copy

      [Bookseller: Midway Used and Rare Books]
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        The New Psychology

      New York: The Master Key Institute, 1928. Complete 7 volume set, with volumes ranging from Good to Very Good condition. Cloths shows edge wear, light dust soiling, rubbing, fading to stamping. Pages show signs of use and wear, a few small stains to fore edges. Previous owner name stamped at fronts. A complete set, with average wear given age.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Hounds and Hunting Through the Ages ? with an Introduction by the Earl of Lonsdale

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1928. Deluxe Edition. No. 7 of 50 copies printed on Van Gelder Paper, with signed frontispiece portrait. Hand colored frontispiece portrait of the author by Gordon Ross, in addition to numerous other illustrations in color and black and white. xviii, 272 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Original full red morocco, gilt decorations of stylized running hounds and foilage on upper and lower covers, title on upper cover and panelled spine, t.e.g. Bookplate. Preserved in red morocco-backed slipcase and chemise. An outstanding work, "the first of the big, beautiful Derrydale Deluxes. It was a model for many of the ones that followed" (Frazier).

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Pilgrim's Progress

      London: Cresset Press, 1928. Boards. Orig. thick black boards lettered in gilt. Teg. Very good in near fine slipcase. 2 vols./No Dust Jacket. Hughes-Stanton, Blair. 174 & 162 pages. Large 4to, 36 x 25 cm, ten full-page wood-engraved plates: six by Blair Huges-Stanton, and four by Gertrude Hermes. Printed by the Shakespeare Head Press under the direction of Bernard Newdigate. As Roderick Cave noted [see: THE PRIVATE PRESS, p.183], "As Colin Franklin has so well put it in a phrase in which he linked Morris, Cobden-Sanderson, Hornby, and Newdigate, the books appear as if the literary works were privately digested as well as printed, and presented in the form proper to them." Printed on Batchelor's Kelmscott hand-made paper in 18 pt. Cloister, in a Limited edition, copy 76 of 195, and bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe with the eight page prospectus for the publication laid-in. The text for Vol.I from the 11th edition, published 1688, which represents Bunyan's final revision; Vol.II taken from the 2nd edition, published 1687. Two small tears at endpapers of Vol. I repaired with archival tape. Spine slightly dried, bookplate Vol.I. Slight nick spine of one vol.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc.]
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        Eigenhändiges Titel-Doppelblatt "Zwölf Gedichte von Hermann Hesse", in farbiger Blumengirlande, Innenseite: "geschrieben im Auftrag von Alice [Leuthold] für Max [Eisenring] Herbst 1928", in Girlande mit farbigen Sternen und Kreisen.

      . Gr.-4°. ,. Doppelblatt auf etwas gebräuntem Büttenpapier mit Wasserzeichen Einhorn und "Thl" (H=30cm). Bankverbindung in Deutschland vorhanden.

      [Bookseller: Buch + Kunst + hommagerie Sabine Koitka]
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        L'Oeuvre de Stowitts pour Fay-Yen-Fah: Opera en 3 Actes

      FR: M. Et J. Be Brunoff. Paris, Maurice de Brunoff, 1928. Limited edition, one of 200 copies. Near fine book with heavy rubbing to the delicate spine, slight pull to the spine. Presented in custom solander case. Text by Templeton Crocker, Music by Joseph Redding. Large folio. Wonderful illustrations by Stowitts, reproducing the costumes and decorations of the opera. . Near Fine. Hardback. Limited Edition. 1928.

      [Bookseller: Hyraxia]
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        The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile, Kt. Which treateth of the Weye to Hierusalem and of the Marvayles of Inde, with Other Ilands and Countryes

      New York: Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn for Random House, 1928. No. 56 of 150 copies, SIGNED by Angelo. With 34 decorative initials hand-illuminated in red, gold and blue, and 31 illustrations by Valenti Angelo redrawn from early editions and manuscripts. 1 vols. Folio (362 x 235 mm.). Original Philippine mahogany boards, brown morocco back, spine tooled in blind, by William Wheeler; very slight wear to spine ends, else Fine. A superb example of the Grabhorn expertise, one of the Fifty Books of the Year; Rudolph Koch's Gothic type (Bibel Gotisch) is used here for the first time in America. The Grabhorns intended to offer the book for direct sale, but, after viewing proofs, Bennett Cerf bought the entire edition for Random House. One can see why.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Fastest Bicycle Rider in the World. The Story of a Colored Boy's Indomitable Courage and Success against Great Odds. An Autobiography

      Worcester, Mass: Wormley Publising Company, 1928. First edition. Frontispiece portrait and some illustrations in text. 1 vols. 8vo. Original blue cloth titled in gilt. near fine, fresh copy. Scarce. The autobiography of one of the first Afro-American athletes to achieve international acclaim in his sport, becoming the world champion in 1899.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Christmas Tree

      [New York: American Book Bindery, 1928. First edition, first separate printing of "little tree". Silver foil page facing title-page. Printed in green and orange. 12mo. Original half red cloth and paper-covered boards with printed silver label on front cover. Covers rubbed and faded, ffep starting, rear joint cracked, rfep detached. Inscribed to Hildegarde and James Sibley Watson of The Dial A separate publication of the poem "little tree" from XLI Poems, printed by the American Book Bindery for use as a Christmas gift. This copy inscribed on the first blank to Hildegarde and James Sibley Watson of The Dial, "Happy New Year! To S H W from EEC." Watson, who owned the avant-garde journal The Dial with Scofield Thayer, was an early champion and publisher of Cummings.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile, Kt. Which treateth of the Weye to Hierusalem and of the Marvayles of Inde, with Other Ilands and Countryes

      New York: Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn for Random House, 1928. No. 56 of 150 copies, SIGNED by Angelo. With 34 decorative initials hand-illuminated in red, gold and blue, and 31 illustrations by Valenti Angelo redrawn from early editions and manuscripts. 1 vols. Folio (362 x 235 mm.). Original Philippine mahogany boards, brown morocco back, spine tooled in blind, by William Wheeler; very slight wear to spine ends, else Fine. A superb example of the Grabhorn expertise, one of the Fifty Books of the Year; Rudolph Koch's Gothic type (Bibel Gotisch) is used here for the first time in America. The Grabhorns intended to offer the book for direct sale, but, after viewing proofs, Bennett Cerf bought the entire edition for Random House. One can see why.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        Lincoln

      Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1928. First edition. Illustrated by Frank E. Schoonover. 368 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Publisher's black cloth. Spine lettering faded. WITH DRAWING BY SCHOONOVER WITH FINE PENCIL AND WATERCOLOUR drawing by Schoonover signed with initials of two men in top hats on ffep and inscribed "To Elizabeth duPont Bayard. This copy of 'Lincoln' from the Illustrator Frank E. Schoonover November 27th -1929." With section of enevelope addressed to "Miss Elizabeth du Pont Bayard" by Schoonover tipped in.

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        Bambi

      Jonathan Cape, London,UK 1928 - First UK Edition. This is a true first edition,(First impression) in a very good plus to near fine jacket which is not price clipped it has a chip to the lower spine and a few two small closed tears to the tips and a small water stain to the top front corner. The text and colour pictorial endpapers are fine and unmarked. The boards are unmarked and in near fine condition with light softening to two tips. Translated from the German by Whittaker Chambers with a Foreword by John Galsworthy. Uncommon in collector's condition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kelleher Rare Books]
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        The House at Pooh Corner. With Decorations by Ernest Shepard.

      - London: Methuen & Co., 1928. Sm. 8vo, xi, 178 pp. Original pink cloth, titled, ruled, and pictorially stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, lightly worn. In original dust jacket, lower panel slightly soiled, backstrip darkened and with some loss to headcap and tail. First trade edition of the fourth and final Pooh book which ends with Christopher RobinÕs departure for boarding school, a fate he shared with the real Christopher Robin that year. The Times Literary Supplement congratulated Milne and Shepard and recorded that it was Òsad to see the stories endÓ. HarringtonÕs Catalogue 80: The Pat McInally Collection. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The House at Pooh Corner With Decorations by Ernest Shepard

      London: Methuen & Co., 1928. Sm. 8vo, xi, 178 pp. Original pink cloth, titled, ruled, and pictorially stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, lightly worn. In original dust jacket, lower panel slightly soiled, backstrip darkened and with some loss to headcap and tail. First trade edition of the fourth and final Pooh book which ends with Christopher RobinÕs departure for boarding school, a fate he shared with the real Christopher Robin that year. The Times Literary Supplement congratulated Milne and Shepard and recorded that it was ?'sad to see the stories end?". HarringtonÕs Catalogue 80: The Pat McInally Collection.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        The Set-Up

      New York: Covici Friede. 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. Edition limited to 275 numbered copies. 184pp. Quarter cloth and patterned paper over boards. Signed by March on the limitation page. The paper label on the spine is somewhat faded, very small wormhole to bottom edge barely affecting a few pages. A bright very good+ copy. Lacks the slipcase. Basis for the 1949 Robert Wise movie featuring Robert Ryan and Audrey Totter. ; Octavo; Signed by Author .

      [Bookseller: Lyrical Ballad]
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        Autograph letter signed.

      [Paris], 21. XII. 1928. - Large 4to. 2 pp. To unnamed Belgian author, filmmaker and documentarist Henri Storck. Back from a trip to Belgium, he thanks Storck for the friendly reception at the Club du Cinéma, attaching some photographs. In one of the postscripts, he asks Storck to help him obtain a drawing from James Ensor: "Cher Monsieur, De retour à Paris, je tiens à vous dire encore une fois ma gratitude pour l'accueil qui m'a été fait par le Club du Cinéma. Veuillez, je vous prie, remercier en mon nom, tous vos amis. Il m'est agréable de vous dire, personnellement, combien j'ai été sensible à vos attentions et au plaisir de vous connaître. C'est un grand réconfort pour moi de savoir que, loin de Paris, mon effort est suivi avec sympathie par des esprits que j'estime. Vous trouverez ci joint les quelques photographies demandées. Ne manquez pas de récrire à moi, si je puis être en quoique ce soit utile au Club. Et croyez, je vous prie, à mes sentiments les plus sympathiques, René Clair. P.S. 1.) Présentez encore une fois mes excuses à M. Spilliaert. J'ai beaucoup déploré que la fatigue de ma femme m'empêche d'aller chez lui. 2.) Si par hasard, M. Ensor était d'humeur facile un jour, pourriez-vous lui demander s'il voudrait me céder le charmant dessin qui me tentait (vous savez, avec ce petit parachute et les bonshommes accrochés) [ ] ". -Léon Spilliaert (1881-1946) was a Belgian painter and graphic artist; James Ensor (1860-1949) was a Belgian painter and printmaker. On stationery with printed address.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Selected Poems. Edited with an Introduction by T.S. Eliot

      London: Faber & Gwyer, 1928. First edition, number 36 of 100 copies, signed by Pound. xxxiii, 184 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Vellum spine and gray-blue boards, t.e.g., others uncut. Tissue repair to old tear in gutter margin of bifolium b4-b5 (xxiii-xxvi), no loss. Two bookplates. About fine, bright and clean. One of 100, Signed

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.

      - London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1928. 4to, [1]-102, [1] pp. With eight color plates and numerous black and white illustrations throughout. Full vellum gilt, top edge gilt, pictorial endpapers in yellow and black. Vellum a little toned and turned at foot of backstrip, a very good copy. First edition, English issue. Number 220 of 250 copies signed by Rackham. Together with Rip Van Winkle, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow was originally published in Washington Irving's collection of essays and short stories The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. Latimore & Haskell pp. 63-4. RackhamÕs eldritch illustrations are perfectly suited to IrvingÕs ghost story of the headless horseman. Latimore & Haskell p.63. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The House at Pooh Corner. With Decorations by Ernest Shepard

      London: Methuen & Co., 1928. Sm. 8vo, xi, 178 pp. Original pink cloth, titled, ruled, and pictorially stamped in gilt, top edge gilt, lightly worn. In original dust jacket, lower panel slightly soiled, backstrip darkened and with some loss to headcap and tail. First trade edition of the fourth and final Pooh book which ends with Christopher RobinÕs departure for boarding school, a fate he shared with the real Christopher Robin that year. The Times Literary Supplement congratulated Milne and Shepard and recorded that it was Òsad to see the stories endÓ. HarringtonÕs Catalogue 80: The Pat McInally Collection. 

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller ]
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        Black Majesty. The Life of Christophe, King of Haiti

      New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1928. First edition. Colored drawings by Mahlon Blaine. 1 vols. 8vo. Decorated cloth backed in black. Spine sunned, but very good in damaged slipcase. Rarely seen thus. Blaine, Mahlon. Blaine, Mahlon. First edition. Colored drawings by Mahlon Blaine. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed to His Psychiatriat, with Drawing. With orginal pen and ink drawing of man on horseback by Blaine and inscription on verso of the flyleaf:"For Archie Crandell from Mahlon Blaine 41"Dr. Archie Crandell was a psychiatrist at New Jersey State Hospital at Greystone beginning in 1930; he later became the Medical Superintendent in 1950. The eccentric and unbalanced Mahlon Blaine was a patient of Dr. Crandell's at Greystone around 1940-1941, when he inscribed this bookA remarkable association.

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        Florida architecture of Addison Mizner. Introduction by Ida M. Tarbell

      [1928] William Helburn, New York 1928 - First edition, folio, pp. [38], 184 photogravure plates, [1]; frontispiece portrait; original orange buckram over marbled boards, printed paper label on spine, t.e.g.; binding a bit soiled and rubbed at extremities, bottom of spine with breaks inthe cloth; a good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        Florida architecture of Addison Mizner Introduction by Ida M Tarbell

      New York: William Helburn. [1928]. "First edition, folio, pp. [38], 184 photogravure plates, [1]; frontispiece portrait; original orange buckram over marbled boards, printed paper label on spine, t.e.g.; binding a bit soiled and rubbed at extremities, bottom of spine with breaks inthe cloth; a good copy."

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        Shires and Provinces by "Sabretache" [and:] More Shires and Provinces by "Sabretache"

      London: Eyre and Spottiswoode Limited, 1928. First editions. Illustrated by Lionel Edwards. Frontispiece and 15 additional full-page mounted color plates in each volume. Printed tissue guards. Two color decorated initial letters at chapter heads, illustrations in text. 2 vols. Folio. Original green cloth, t.e.g., others uncut. Spine a bit dull, slight shelf wear. Near fine. Bookplate of noted sporting collector John M. Schiff in vol. I, with his signature "John M. Schiff / Xmas 1926". First editions. Illustrated by Lionel Edwards. Frontispiece and 15 additional full-page mounted color plates in each volume. Printed tissue guards. Two color decorated initial letters at chapter heads, illustrations in text. 2 vols. Folio. Lionel Edwards' Masterpiece. A beautiful, monumental work, one of the classics of modern sporting books, its crowning glory being the superb Lionel Edwards color plates. These volumes are his masterpiece and among the greatest depictions of English hunting scenes of this, or any other, century. With a notable provenance: John M. Schiff, Yale class of 1925, was an avid horseman, fox hunter, and polo player; he raised thoroughbred horses in Kentucky and Florida, and owned a racing stable at Belmont Park. Like his father, Mortimer L. Schiff, he was a dedicated book collector.

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        20 Hrs. 40 Min. Our Flight in the Friendship: The American Girl, First Across the Atlantic by Air, tells her story. Limited edition, signed

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Very Good. 1928. First Limited Edition; First. Hardcover. Number 144 of only 150 copies signed by the author and accompanied by a forty-eight star silk flag which accompanied her on her historic flight. Bookplate of Alan N. Mendelson to front pastedown. An nice clean, crisp copy.; Octavo .

      [Bookseller: Virginia Book Shop, Inc.]
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        Lincoln

      Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1928. First edition. Illustrated by Frank E. Schoonover. 368 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Publisher's black cloth. Spine lettering faded. Schoonover, Frank E. Schoonover, Frank E. First edition. Illustrated by Frank E. Schoonover. 368 pp. 1 vols. 4to. WITH DRAWING BY SCHOONOVER. WITH FINE PENCIL AND WATERCOLOUR drawing by Schoonover signed with initials of two men in top hats on ffep and inscribed "To Elizabeth duPont Bayard. This copy of 'Lincoln' from the Illustrator Frank E. Schoonover November 27th -1929." With section of enevelope addressed to "Miss Elizabeth du Pont Bayard" by Schoonover tipped in.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Death of Synge and Other Passages from an Old Diary

      Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1928. First edition, published by the poet's sister Elizabeth Corbet Yeats in an edition of only 400 copies. 35, [3] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original linen and boards. Fine in glassine. Bookplate. First edition, published by the poet's sister Elizabeth Corbet Yeats in an edition of only 400 copies. 35, [3] pp. 1 vols. 8vo.

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        "Frauenakt", 1947.

      . Gouache, 47 x 35 cm, signiert u. datiert.. (Rudolf Kedl, Stadtschlaining 1928 - 1991 Markt Neuhodis/Burgenland, österr. Bildhauer)

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        Die Wirtschaft Schlesiens in statistischen Bildern.

      Berlin: Verlag von Reimar Hobbing, [1928]. - Wspolautorzy: Herausgegeben Bund Schlesischer Industrieller e. V. in Hirschberg i. R. Bearbeitet auf Grund des auf d. Dt. Gartenbau- u. Schles. Gewerbeausstellung Liegnitz 1927 in d. gewerbe-wiss. Abt. gezeigten Materials von Willy Giesewell.; Notka wydawnicza: Berlin: Verlag von Reimar Hobbing, [1928].; Wymiar bloku: 31cm.; Uwagi: Bardzo rzadkie. Bardzo efektowne doskonale graficznie propagandowe tablice w chromolitografii. Zawiera 96 tablic (30x24 cm) w tym 2 wydawniczo zlozone. Pozycja niesprzedazna, tablice przeznaczone do propagandowej ekspozycji przez niemieckie instytucje.Wydawnictwo propagandowe poswiecone gospodarce Slaska z zaznaczeniem osobno potencjalu czesci Gornego Slaska utraconego przez Niemcy na mocy traktatu wersalskiego na rzecz Polski oraz w mniejszej czesci na rzecz Czechoslowacji.; Waga: 1840g; Jezyk: niemiecki; Strony: Teka: 23, [1]s., 96k. tabl. w tym zloz.; Kategorie tematyczne: design grafika uzytkowa ksiazki z oryginalna grafika, gospodarka budownictwo gornictwo handel hodowla hutnictwo ogolnie przemysl rolnictwo, historia miedzywojnie 1918-1939, obcojezyczne niemiecki, okres wydania 1900-1944 / , economy building commerce breeding industry agriculture, history the period between 1918-1939, foreign languages German, period of edition 1900-1944 / , Wirtschaft Bauwesen Handel Zucht Industrie Landwirtschaft, Geschichte Zwischenkriegszeit, fremdsprachig deutsch, Erscheinungsperioden 1900-1944; Oprawa nieco uszkodzona i poplamiona, brak zapinki teki, tekst oraz tablice bez wad, czyste w bardzo dobrym stanie, pozycja kompletna, na tece i w tekscie nieaktualne niemieckie pieczecie wlasnosciowe. Pozycja w dosc ladnym stanie. Oprawa wydawnicza plotno (teka).

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        She Walks in Beauty [*SIGNED*]

      New York: Brentano's. Very Good+. 1928. 2nd printing. Hardcover. (yellow decorated cloth; no dust jacket) [spine very slightly turned, minor shelfwear to bottom edges, a bit of dust-soiling to top edges of covers and text block, a little darkening to spine cloth]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the ffep: "To Harold Swanson -- / You don't have to / read this but / honestly you ought to / have it around if / only to throw at / contributors. / Sincerely / Dawn Powell / March 30, 1928." The great American author's "first" novel. (At least that's what she called it herself, preferring not to mention her ACTUAL first novel, "Whither," published three years earlier. Hey, even the great ones are entitled to a mulligan, right?) Inscribed copies of Powell's novels are uncommon, and this is also a terrific association copy: the inscribee, later to set up shop as "H.N. Swanson" in Hollywood, where he was the most successful writers' agent of his time, was in 1928 still the editor of the widely-circulated "College Humor" magazine, a post he'd held since the early 1920s. The magazine solicited contributions from numerous well-known writers (including F. Scott Fitzgerald), and the contacts made by Swanson during his editorial tenure served him well as he began to develop his Hollywood client list in 1934. Powell's biographer Tim Page identifies "College Humor" as one of the magazines to which she was a regular contributor during the 1920s, and although neither the specific stories nor the frequency of their appearance have been identified, the familiar and bantering tone of her inscription strongly suggests that she and Swanson had been in regular communication. In any event, Swanson was certainly an important publisher of Powell's early work, and this inscription testifies to a close and significant association. (Both the first and second printings were in March 1928, the same month in which this book was inscribed.) Signed by Author .

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        ESTAMPA REVISTA GRAFICA Y LITERARIA 1928-1936

      Luis Montiel Balanzat Y Vicente Sánchez-Ocaña, MADRID 1928 - Semanario tipo "magazine" que se publica desde enero de 1928 hasta agosto de 1938 con diversos temas de sociedad, relatos y mucho material grafico y político. La colección que aqui se ofrece comprende desde el nº 1 que corresponde al 3/01/1928 hasta el 18/07/1936, justo antes del inicio de la guerra civil. Se encuentra en perfecto estado de conservación, no esta afectada por la humedad y muy bien encuadernada. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Official R.E. Byrd Globe

      Indianapolis: George F. Cram & Co.. Tabletop globe. 12 inch diameter. 18 inches tall including decorative cat-iron and turned wood stand on circular base. 12 chromolithograph gores. Circular overlabel in South Indian Ocean, signed below label. Some general light crackling and soiling to gores, a couple small scratches with paper loss, some light wear to stand. This wonderful commemorative globe was editioned to celebrate Richard E. Byrd's historic Antarctic expedition of 1928-1930. In 1929, Byrd launched his famous flight to the Pole, becoming the first explorer to reach the South Pole by air, an accomplishment that earned him a Congressional Medal of Honor. A key on the continent lists Byrd's 1929 trip along with the journeys of his predecessors: Roald Amundsen, in 1911, and Robert Falcon Scott in 1912. As many historians have since reattributed the first verifiable claim to the South Pole to Amundsen, this commemorative globe is now a historical artifact in more ways than one. Other notable geographic features of the interwar period include the puppet state of Manchuria, French Indochina and French West Africa, and Italian Somaliland. The globe is colored with a muted glue-green for oceans and yellow for land. Nautical distances are marked in red. An Analemma scale in the south Pacific indicates the sun's declination and the equation of time for every day of the yeas. Some general light crackling and soiling to gores, a couple small scratches with paper loss, some light wear to stand. After serving in the Union army, George F. Cram (1842-1928) joined his uncle's map business and later established his own engraving and publishing firm in Chicago in 1869. As the city grew in significance as a transit hub, area publishing firms incorporated new railway routes that ran through the city into increasingly detailed and elaborate renderings of the country. Cram was especially regarded for his use of cerography, an innovative wax-engraving printing technique, that allowed for large-scale maps that could be easily a and efficiently updated. In the 1930s, the business moved to Indianapolis and began making globes, for which they are still known today. This globe exemplifies its work.

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        PETER PAN

      Hodder & Stoughton 1928 - 1st 1928. Slightly better than very good condition in an almost very good dustwrapper. Or the Boy Who Would Not Grow Up. The Plays of J.M. Barries Series. Blue cloth with white title labels. 160 pages. Minimal rubbing to spine, light browning to endpapers, foxing to textblock and prelims. A super copy in very scarce dustwrapper (priced at five shilling net on spine) which is slightly grubby, has a browned spine and has some slight loss to top edge of rear panel and to top and tail of spine. [R] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books, PBFA]
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        Zeitschrift (Wochenschrift) für Fragen des Sozialismus und der Gewerkschaftseinheit. 3. Jg., Heft Nr.1-6, 8-9, 13-15, 17-20 (Januar 1928 - August 1928).

      Verlag ?Die Einheit?, Berlin. 1928.. je Heft ca 20 S., Ill. 8°, ill. OBrosch.. (Seywald 226). ?Die Einheit? erschien von Februar 1926 bis zum Juni 1929 als KPD-nahes Organ zur Bildung der Gewerkschaftseinheit kommunistischer, sozialdemokratischer und christlich-orientierter Arbeiter. Zu den Autoren gehörten Heinrich Brandler, Willi Bennewitz, Erich Weinert, Julian Borchardt, Albert Winter, Ernst Strauß, Theo Overhagen, Adolf Bergmann, Hans Beck, Frida Rubiner, Andreas Quessel, Wilhelm Swienty, Nr.5 mit Verlagsprospekt der ?Universum-Bücherei für Alle?. Innenteil der ?Einheit?-Nummern z.T. mit Illustrationen. Heft Nr.8 am Rand fleckig, Heft 19 mit abgetrenntem und stärker eingerissenem Umschlag, die anderen Hefte sind in gutem Zustand. Für unsere Schweizer Kunden: Konto in der Schweiz vorhanden

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