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        BAMBI A Life in the Woods

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1928. Green cloth, gilt-stamped lettering on spine, publisher's blind-stamp logo on back, illustrated endpapers in two colors, 223pp, most chapter breaks illustrated with small b/w prints. Light tan dust jacket with green lettering and b/w illustration of deer & fawn forest scene on front. Forward by John Galsworthy. Translated from the German by Whittaker Chambers. Spine cocked, ends moderately bumped, boards bowed, bright gilding, sharp corners, edges moderately faded with scattered small foxing spots, text bright, clean, except for a few scattered tiny spots of foxing on the first and last couple of leaves; previous bookseller's pencilled code and notation on verso of front free endpaper: "1928. First edition in English, scarce in original dust wrapper." Dust jacket wholly intact, spine faded but lettering thereon quite legible, chipping on hinge & flap bend ends, a few tiny closed tears, some very light smudging, but overall not unattractive, protected in a new Gaylord brand archival clear plastic cover (removable). Felix Salten was the pen name of Siegmund Salzmann, a Jewish Austrian writer born in Hungary whose books were banned by Adolf Hitler. John Galsworthy was the 1932 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan posthumously awarded Whittaker Chambers the Presidential Medal of Freedom, for his contribution to "the century's epic struggle between freedom and totalitarianism.". First Edition. Hard Cover. Good Plus/Very Good. 12mo - 7-1/2" x 5".

      [Bookseller: Gene's Books, IOBA]
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        The Eternal Moment and other Stories

      London: Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd,, 1928. Octavo. Original burgundy cloth, titles to spine and front board gilt. With the dust jacket. Partial faint tanning to free endpapers. An excellent copy in a jacket with slightly faded spine panel. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Building Plans for Egyptian Lacquer Manufacturing Co. on the Corner of 17th St. and Bryant St., San Francisco.

      San Francisco: James H. Hjul, Structural Engineer, May - March 1928. - Original pencil drawings on tracing paper. Sheet size primarily 20" x 30". 8 sheets. Job #28. Another listing for this company at 1050 Howard St. James Hansen Hjul (1882 - 1957), a structural engineer, constructed many buildings in San Francisco. He was the founder of the J.H. Construction Company and was listed as a contractor, civil engineer, structural engineer and construction engineer in San Francisco City Directories from 1907 to 1958. Most of his work occurred in the South of Market area on warehouses and industrial buildings.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Mr. Pope and Other Poems

      New York: Minton, Balch, & Company. 1928. First. First edition, first state, with his poem Ode to the Confederate Dead tipped-in. Octavo. Cloth with applied printed label. Housed in a custom cloth clamshell cased with morocco label gilt. Boards very slightly splayed and rubbed, short tear on one leaf, else near fine lacking the dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author to the Cowleys: "For Peggy and Malcolm from Allen. August 14, 1928." He also inserts the word "him" after "distract" in the line reading "Distract from nonentity: his metaphors are dead" on page 31. The author's first solely-authored volume of poetry inscribed in the year of publication with a very a significant association. Shortly after Tate began a relationship with his soon-to-be wife Caroline Gordon, they moved to "Robber Rocks," a house in Patterson, New York, with friends Slater and Sue Brown, Hart Crane, and Cowley. Cowley was one of the few reviewers who understood the seeming contradictions in Tate's thought and writing, those stemming from his overlapping identities as a Catholic, a Southern Agrarian, and a man of letters. Despite admitting that "it almost seems that his essays are being written by three persons, not in collaboration but in rivalry," he nonetheless conceded, "I doubt that any other poet in this country is a better judge of his contemporaries than Allen Tate" (quoted in Thomas A. Underwood, Allen Tate: Orphan of the South, Princeton UP, 2000; p. 237). .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        PRIVATE PAPERS OF JAMES BOSWELL FROM MALAHIDE CASTLE. IN THE COLLECTION OF LT-COLONEL RALPH HEYWARD ISHAM. 20 VOLUMES

      United States of America.: Privately Printed, 1928. ... THIS IS FOR A COMPLETE SET CONSISTING OF 20 VOLUMES... Vol. I: [165pp], "Early Papers of James Boswell 1754-1763. With the Record of David Boswell's Oath Devised, Written and Witnessed by James Boswell 29 October 1767."... Vol. II: [189+pp], "Zelide: A Correspondence Between James Boswell and Belle de Zuylen. Inviolable Plan To Be Read over Frequently. And Other Papers."; Published 1929... Vol. III: [179pp], "Journal of A Tour Through the Courts of Germany By James Boswell 1764"; 1928... Vol. IV: [152+pp], "Boswell With Rousseau and Voltaire 1764"; 1928... Vol. V: [141pp], "Porzia Sansedoni. Love-Letters of James Boswell Written in Italy 1765. With Other Records of His Italian Tour."; 1929... Vol. VI: [291pp], "The Making of The Life of Johnson as Shown in Boswell's First Notes, Original Diaries and Revised Drafts. A Study of Boswell's Biographical Method Marking the Successive Steps in the Composition."; 1929... Vol. VII: [xv, 258pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1765-1768, Corsica, Italy, France, England, Scotland. Correspondence and Interview with William Pitt and Papers Showing the Development of the 'Account of Corsica'"; 1930... Vol. VIII: [iv, 268pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1769. Love-Letters of James Boswell and Margaret Montgomerie, with other Documents Relative to their Courtship and Marriage."; 1930... Vol. IX: [vii, 274pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1772-1774. His Jaunt to London, Spring 1772 With A Letter from Oliver Goldsmith concerning 'She Stoops to Conquer,' 1773 And The Story of his efforts in behalf of his Client John Reid Hanged for Sheep-stealing, 21 September 1774."; 1930... Vol. X: [xi, 283pp], "The Jounral of James Boswell 1774-1775. His threatened Duel with William Miller October 1774, His Jaunt to London, Spring 1775 And The Birth of his Son Alexander 9 October 1775."; 1931... Vol. XI: [vii, 311pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1775-1776. His Jaunts to Lodon, Oxford, Birmingham, Lichfield, Ashbourne, Bath and Bristol And His Meeting with Margaret Caroline Rudd Spring, 1776."; 1931... Vol. XII: [vii, 250pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1776-1777. The Account of His last Interview with David Hume 7 July 1776."; 1931... Vol. XIII: [x, 314pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1777-1779. At Ashbourne with Dr. Johnson September 1777, In Scotand, Carlisle and London September 1777-September 1779, Uxoriana and Letters."; 1932... Vol. XIV: [vii, 275pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1779-1781. David Boswell's Return to Scotland June 1780, Jaunt to London Spring 1781, Letters."; 1932... Vol. XV: [viii, 316pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1781-1783. Death of Lord Auchinlech 30 August 1782, Jaunt to London, Spring 1783. Materials for Writing the Life of Lord Kames."; 1932... Vol. XVI: [viii, 294pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1783-1786. Death of Dr. Johnson 13 December 1784, Publication of 'The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides' and Quarrel with Lord Macdonald September-December 1785, Admission to the English Bar 9 February 1786, Letters."; 1932... Vol. XVII: [iv, 181pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1786-1789. Removal to London September 1786, Work on the 'Life of Johnson', Elected Recorder f Carlisle 11 January 1788, Death of Mrs. Boswell 4 June 1789. Letters to Mrs. Boswell."; 1933...Vol. XVIII: [xx, 371pp], "The Journal of James Boswell 1789-1794. Quarrel with Lord Lonsdale June 1790, Publication of the 'Life of Johnson' 16 May 1791, Jaunt to Cornwall August-September 1792. Letters."; 1934... ALSO "[CATALOGUE] The Private Papers of James Boswell from Malahide Castle in the Collection of Lt-Colonel Ralph Heyward Isham" by Frederick A. Pottle & Marion S. Pottle; London: Oxford University Press, 1931, SCARCE... ALSO "Index to the Private Papers of James Boswell from Malahide Castle in the Collection of Lt.-Colonel Ralph Heyward Isham" by Frederick A. Pottle, Joseph Foladare, John P. Kirby, etc.; London: Oxford University Press, 1937, SCARCE... INCLUDES "ANNOUNCEMENT" BY RALPH H. ISHAM, 1929, IN QUARTO RED CARDSTOCK WRAPPERS WITH GILT LETTERING ON FRONT... ALSO INCLUDES "PRIVATE PAPERS OF JAMES BOSWELL IN THE ISHAM COLLECTION FROM MALAHIDE CASTLE", HOUSED LOOSELY IN FOLIO RED CARDSTOCK WRAPPERS WITH GILT LETTERING ON FRONT, "William Edwin Rudge, Having been entrusted by Lt-Colonel Ralph Isham with the printing of the private and limited edition of the MSS of James Boswell, from Malahide Castle, has the honour to present the following particulars in regard to it, for the information of collectors.", with envelope attached to inside rear wrapper containing several old newspaper clippings pertaining to this collection and its publication... All volumes bound in red boards and cloth spine, paper title label on spine, housed in matching red slipcases with paper title label... EDITION LIMITED TO 570 SETS, THIS LOT COMPRISED OF #60 AND #179... Heavily illustrated with wonderful facsimiles... Some leaves uncut... Slipcases show wear to edges, some with cracked edges... Minor sunning to some of the spines... Multiple volumes, additional shipping and handling will apply.... Hard Cover. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

      [Bookseller: Eveleigh Books & Stamps]
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        Signed Photograph

      Underwood and Underwood, New York 1928 - Publicity photograph of Gene Tunney running with his trainer Lou Fink, and Olympic Gold Medalist Johnny Hayes while Tunney was training in Speculator, New York, for his final fight. Underwood and Underwood back mark. 8" by 10" glossy. Sepia-toned. Creased and with old repairs on verso, good. Signed by Gene Tunney; and additionally Inscribed by Hayes: "Louis Paquet kindest regards of Johnny Hayes." Hayes was the American marathoner who won the controversial gold medal in the 1908 Olympics in Rome when Italian Dorando Pietri made a wrong turn entering the stadium, collapsed, and was helped over the finish line by spectators. After his running career was over, Hayes became an athletic trainer. Tunney's signature is faded, Hayes' is dark. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Set-Up

      Covici Friede, New York 1928 - 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 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lyrical Ballad Bookstore ABAA/ILAB]
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        STRANGE INTERLUDE

      NEW YORK NY: BONI AND LIVERIGHT. FINE IN FINE DUST JACKET. PUB 1928. FIRST EDITION. HARDCOVER. ISBN: WINNER OF THE 1928 PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA. BOOK IS FINE WITHOUT ANY MARKS TO THE BINDING OR THE TEXT. D.J. ISFINE WITH JUST A TINY NICK TO THE TOP FRONT SPINE CORNER, AND IS NOTPRICE-CLIPPED. A REMARKABLY BEAUTIFUL CLEAN, BRIGHT, UNFADED COPY ANDRARE THUS.. Keywords: DRAMA, PULITZER PRIZE.

      [Bookseller: JOHN LUTSCHAK BOOKS]
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        THE WELL OF LONELINESS. A Novel. With an appreciation by Havelock Ellis

      Jonathan Cape. London.,1928. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (8.6 x 6.1 inches). A fine copy, finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery of London, in full dark blue morocco. Spine with raised bands, each with gilt piping. Compartments ruled and lettered in gilt. Single gilt ruled border on boards. Double glt rule on turn-ins. Burgundy endpapers. All edges gilt. A lovely copy. ------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.:

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        The Shore Road Mystery. The Hardy Boys. No. 6. RARE FIRST EDITION

      New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, 1928. Hardback. Binding Copy/No Jacket as Issued. First Edition. Appears to be First Printing. Pre-text list six books including this one and "Other Volumes in Preparation." End pages orange and white. Glossy illustration shown in picture above. Ex-Library book. This book was REBOUND in red with hand printed title and author, and needs rebinding. Front matter out of order. Some pages taped, some damaged by tape. Some pages stained, some pages extremely worn. pictures available upon request. Ad pages include Hardy Boys (12 volumes listed); Western stories for boys (13 volumes), Ted Scott Flying Stories (16 stories), Don Sturdy Series, Garry Grayson Football Stories, Hall Keen Mystery Stories, and Zane Grey Books for Boys.

      [Bookseller: Crane]
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        Lonesomest Doll, The.

      Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1928. - The Rackham-Illustrated Edition"A Difficult Title To Find in Good Condition"[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. BROWN, Abbie Farwell. The Lonesomest Doll. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1928. First edition illustrated by Rackham, published only in America. Octavo (8 1/4 x 5 7/8 in; 209 x 150 mm). [8]. 80, [1], [3, blank] pp. Title page, frontispiece and two full page illustrations in rose and greenish-blue, twenty-six black and white drawings. Original tan, pictorially stamped, cloth. A remarkably fresh, clean, and exceptionally fine copy in the original color pictorial dust jacket."The text is printed on a poor and brittle paper, so it is a difficult title to find in good condition" (Riall)."There is no more famous illustrator of children's books in the entire world than Arthur Rackham. Indeed, there are many people who make a point of buying every Rackham book regardless of subject, merely for the sake of the pictures. For, unlike that of many illustrators, Mr. Rackham's work appeals equally to the child and the adult, delighting the young reader by its whimsical humor and multitude of perfectly executed details, and adults by its beauty and artistry.In 'The Lonesomest Doll' Mr. Rackham has found an unusually appealing theme, and he has contributed a series of thirty-one of his unique illustrations (four in color), making a volume that should take its place as one of the finest gift books of the year. Miss Brown's charming story of the proud little queen and her beautiful lonesome doll has held a place for many years among the favorite books of the younger readers, and this new and beautiful edition should make it many new friends." (Front flap of dust jacket).Latimore and Haskell p. 63. Hudson p. 171. Riall p. 163.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Trollope A Bibliography [An Analysis of the History and Structure of the works of Anthony Trollope, and a general survey of the effect of original publishing conditions on a book's subsequent rarity.] [SIGNED Association Copy]

      London: Constable & Co. Ltd, 1928. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/near fine. A Near Fine copy (light toning at spine ends and board extremities, offsetting to pastedowns), in a Near Fine dust jacket (a few tiny chips and a few tiny tears, toning to spine and flap edges, small pencil mark to front panel) with the ORIGINAL ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA (1934) loosely laid in, INSCRIBED BY MICHAEL SADLEIR TO HIS SECRETARY MARTHA SMITH. One of only 500 copies printed for distribution in Great Britain and the USA, in the Publisher's original dark blue cloth, top edge gilt. The inscription is as follows: "dear MS. / this is for you-no fear / now of Ever being unable / to have a good read / yours always / MS." An important copy of this limited edition. The book is essential to any Trollope collector and this is a unique copy of it. INSCRIBED BY MICHAEL SADLEIR TO HIS SECRETARY MARTHA SMITH.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        Girl with Doll in Pink and Blue

      San Francisco, ca. 1960s. Oil on board. 20 x 14 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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        SIX CAHIERS.

      - Lausanne, Mermod, (1928-1929), 18x23, six tomes en un volume. Sobre reliure en pleine peau vert foncé. Dos lisse, portant titre et auteur en lettres dorées. Les couvertures d'origine ont été intelligemment conservées en fin de volume. Edition originale et première publication des "Souvenirs sur Igor Strawinsky". L'un des 30 exemplaires sur Chine (XXVII). Signé et daté par Ramuz pour Madame le Docteur Feissly. Superbe exemplaire, en parfait état, papier très propre. Envoi de photographies sur demande. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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        Peter Pan

      Hodder & Stoughton, London 1928 - 8vo, pp. 160. Original blue boards, title labels to front panel and spine. Glassine (not shown in photograph). Light offsetting to endpapers, otherwise a near fine copy in an about very good dustwrapper, spine and top edge sunned, top edge of rear panel ruched and chipped with loss near spine, wear to corners. First edition, issued as part of the Uniform Edition of the Plays of J.M.Barrie. Although first performed in 1904, the play had to wait another twenty-four years to be published. And Peter Pan himself had many prior incarnations, first appearing in 1902 in The Little White Bird, and again in 1911 in Peter And Wendy, the prose story most of us associate with the character. The flimsily-made dustwrapper doesn't often survive on this title. This one, though not perfect, is a nice example.

      [Bookseller: Neil Pearson Rare Books]
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        The Argonaut Manuscript Edition of the Writings of Frank Norris

      Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York 1928 - Ten volumes, Octavo. . One of 245 sets. (Lacking the original manuscript leaf which the edition was issued with but with copies of two leaves). Volume VIII, McTeague, contains an introduction by Dreiser. Included with the set are two pages, photocopies of the original manuscript pages, from the McTeague manuscript. They show how Norris wrote and worked; he set up his page so one third on the left was blank and then used for corrections and additions. He did, also insert words into the text, as well as strike out. The pages have been enlarged from the originals.The top of the first page begins "a vague distress. As length just as the musicians were returning he stood up and whisperedenrgetically in his mother's ear." This corresponds to the last two paragraphs page 89 through second paragraph page 91.The second page begins "with each other. After this own peculiar fashion ÔSetting out with each other' Miss Baker had begun to call it." Many literary critics, including Henry L. Mencken, regard McTeague as the greatest of all American novels. The book itself abound with superlatives: it contains the finest characterization of a dentist in fiction; it is surely the greatest novel to use San Francisco for its setting; it is, in fact, a landmark in fiction, standing with Crane's Maggie and Dreiser's Sister Carrie in the forefront of the development of realism in American literature. Transposed into another medium, the plot became the vehicle for one of the most famous films of the silent screen Greed, directed by Eric von Stroheim. Norris's holograph material is genuinely rare. Indeed, except for unsigned pages from McTeague [the manuscript was taken apart and a leaf inserted in every set of the manuscript edition of the Works], Norris' autograph is practically unobtainable. Spines a little browned, a few with some spattering of brown spots, occasional light rubbing of edges, and dust soiling, bookplate a fine set white parchment over orange boards, front covers and spine stamped in gilt, top edge gilt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Randall House (ABAA)]
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        Rues Et Visages De Londres Texte De Pierre Mac Orlan 21 Eaux-Fortes De Chas. Laborde

      J. Terquem, Paris 1928 - 37 pages in text. 41 x 32 cm. Limited edition, copy 106 of 121 of the regular edition on Velin de Rives [numbered 22-121] with 21 full-page hand-colored etchings, and 21 proofs of the same uncolored. Mac Orlan, born Pierre Dumarchey was a prolific 20th century writer, friend of Apollinaire and Picasso, but little known in England or America. Title page in red and black, black and white text illustrations, decorated red initial letters with text in French and English, List of Plates. Printed tissue guards for the colored plates, which are generally clean, one tissue guard [number 18] defective, lacking printed portion, wide margined text. Cover wear at extremities. Loose as issued in illustrated board portfolio lacking one tie. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        The White Crow

      New York: The Dial Press. 1928. First. First edition. Octavo. Purple cloth cover, title in yellow on spine. Very good with spine darkened, two quarter-sized water stains on rear board, lacking the dustwrapper, otherwise; nice and solid with pages bright. Philip MacDonald also authored "The Rasp". He twice received an Edgar Award for Best Short Story: in 1953, for "Something to Hide," and in 1956, for "Dream No More." .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Drums [First N. C. Wyeth in Dust Wrapper]

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1928 - Original First State Dust Wrapper (without "Smoky" on rear), price $2.50 clipped. First issue of book without ad for Smoky in rear. Book near fine with very slight dampstain on spine, wrapper in near fine condition with slight rubbing to spine, some very small chips and edgewear. Color pictorial title-page, endpapers and 14 full-page color plates by N.C. Wyeth. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Edward Nudelman Rare Books]
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        Transmission of Information

      American Telephone and Telegraph Company, New York 1928 - First Edition. 375-637 pages. Errata slip bound in before first page. Minor browning to the wrappers and wear to the extremities. Original blue printed wrappers, entire issue offered. In Bell System Technical Journal 7, pages 535-63. Wrappers. 'In the first paragraph of his key 1948 paper on "A Mathematical Theory of Communication" .Claude Shannon acknowledged his debt to two earlier works. The first was Nyquist's "Certain factors affecting telegraph speed" published in 1924, . and the second was Hartley's "Transmission of Information". Hartley, a research engineer at Bell Laboratories, wanted to establish a quantitative measure to compare the capacities of various types of communications systems - telephone, television, etc.-to transmit information.' (Origins of Cyberspace 316). Hartley's focus was on defining information in quantitative terms, rather than as the meaning, or content of the message.Offered here in the ORIGINAL WRAPPERS, scarce thus. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kuenzig Books ( ABAA / ILAB )]
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        PROMENADES A TRAVERS LE CAIRE [LBC]

      J. Peyronnet & C, Paris 1928 - Art; Archtiecture; Archaeology; EGYPTOLOGY; EGYPT; Africa; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Color , aquatint, etc; Folio 13" - 23" tal; 169, [13] pages; (Cabanes, Louis, illustrator. ) D'Ivary, Jehan. Promenades a Travers le Caire. Paris: J. Peyronnet, 1928. #115/335 (of 350). Folio, orig. Printed wrappers; some edge wear, creasing & darkening. Mounted color & tinted plates, lettered tissue guards, color pochoir initials & decorations. Minor foxing to front matter. Loose as issued. Contents VG. In custom blue cloth box. A tour in French language through the Egyptian area with 28 11x14" tissue protected plates depicting architectural, archaeological, religious, historical and social scenes. ; 0 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Shunned House ---by H P Lovecraft / Arkham House Edition --- book # 2 of 50 copies (facsimile of the 1928 W Paul Cook / Recluse Press edition)

      Sauk City: Arkham House, 2008, 1st ARKHAM HOUSE Edition, 1st Printing , One of 50 Copies ------------hardcover, a Fine copy, no dustjacket as issued, one of 50 numbered copies reproduced as a facsimile of the rare 1928 1st edition, this is copy # 2, the first Arkham House edition of this title although August Derleth had 100 copies of the original 1928 unbound sheets bound in the standard AH binding in the early 1960's, bound to be impossible to acquire in no time at all, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket as issued. Illus. by No Dustjacket as Issued.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        Le Grand Silence Blanc (Roman Vecu D'alaska)

      Editions Mornay, Paris - 1928, 1st Edition. (Hardcover) Fine. (8),237,(1). Quarto. Bound in half red contemporary morocco and marbled paper boards. Heavily gilt spine. Corners to match. Marbled endpapers to match. Original wrappers and spine bound in. Top edge gilt. Numerous wonderful specially printed illustrations throughout. A fine clean copy. #284 / 680 copies. Bound in a near contemporary French designer binding by George Huser signed on the bottom of the spine. This Rouquette is considerably scarcer than Gagnon's other illustrated book, Maria Chapdelaine. A wonderful copy in a special binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        Le grand silence blanc (Roman vécu d'Alaska)

      Editions Mornay, Paris 1928 - 238 pp., Petit in-4° (20 x 24,5 cm), plein maroquin beige, dos 4 nerfs avec auteur et titre dorés, filet doré sur les coupes, contre plats de soie or encadrée d'un filet doré, gardes de soie or, toutes tranches dorées, couverture et dos conservés, chemise à recouvrements et dos de maroquin beige avec 4 faux nerfs et auteur et titre dorés, étui bordé. Reliure signée TRINCKVEL. Exemplaire n° 39 / 725, un des 650 sur B.F.K. de Rives (après 30 sur Annam). Frontispice, 32 illustrations en couleurs dans le texte et nombreux culs-de-lampe, lettrines, bandeaux, vignettes et ornements de Clarence GAGNON. Petits frottements à la chemise et à l'étui. Très bon exemplaire. In-4° [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ad hoc Art]
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        Die Vogler = The Bold (Geklibene Werk = Collected Works)

      Vilnius, Poland: Kletskin, 1928. 8vo. 587pp. Yiddish. Good in red boards. Rear hinge starting. Front and rear endpaper cracked. Pages yellowed. Translated by Isaac Bashevis Singer.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Travaux et mémoires.

      Paris, Masson, 1926-1928. - Paris, Masson, 1926-1928 ; 2 vol. in-8 ; T.I : (4), 358, (2) pp., 22 figures dans le texte ; T.II : 393, (3) pp., 2 planches h.t. et 9 figures dans le texte, demi-chagrin poli à coins (rouge), tête dorée, envoi autographe signé à André Berne-Joffroy, exemplaire truffé de coupures de presse (nécrologie de Pierre Marie) et enrichi d'une longue lettre manuscrite de Pierre Marie à André Berne-Joffroy. Très bel exemplaire, très bien relié. Edition originale. Ouvrage très rare rassemblant les différents articles et mémoires publiés par Pierre Marie. On y retrouve notamment ses publications primordiales, retenues par Garrison & Morton, sur l'acromégalie, sur l'ostéo-arthropathie hypertrophiante pneumique, sur la spondylose rhizomélique, sur l'aphasie, sur l'hérédoataxie cérébelleuse, sur l'amyotrophie appelée de type Charcot-Marie. Il existe de nombreuses figures intercalées dans le texte. Provenance : André Berne-Joffroy, écrivain et petit-fils d'Alix Joffroy. Alix Joffroy, (1844-1908), élève et collaborateur de Charcot, devint médecin à Sainte-Anne et professeur de clinique de pathologie mentale et des maladies de l'encéphale à la Faculté de médecine de Paris. Haymaker & Schiller, The founders of neurology, pp. 476-479 ; Ashwal, The founders of child neurology, pp. 313-317. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jean-Pierre AUBERT]
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        The British Campaigns in Europe 1914-1918

      London, Geoffrey Bles. [1928], 1928. First edition. Large 8vo. 1024pp. Bound in publisher's purple cloth, sunned to extremities, titled in gilt to spine. Very good. In a very good example of the scarce dustwrapper, spotted, chipped to spine ends with light edgewear and a closed tear to the upper margin front panel. Toned to page edges, internally clean and bright. All maps and charts present. A very handsome copy of a book seldom seen in its dustwrapper. A new edition based on the 1920 work by Doyle but extended to include the campaigns in Italy and Salonika.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Rabok [Prisoners]

      Budapest: Franklin-Tarsulat. (1928). First. First edition. Octavo. 248pp. Text in Hungarian. Printed wrappers. Faint stain at the top of the front wrap, and small tears at the extremities, a very good copy of a fragile volume, a novel about a young lawyer and warden's daughter set to marry when robbery intervenes. Basis for the 1929 William Seiter film, an early talkie with a pre-Dracula Bela Lugosi. Very scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Money Illusion

      ADELPHI PUBLISHING COMPANY, NEW YORK 1928 - Very small damp stain on front cover. Light tearing along side of spine. Ex-library book with normal markings. Front and back hinge crack. DATE PUBLISHED: 1928 EDITION: FIRST ED 245 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club

      Payson & Clarke, New York 1928 - Slightly faded spine otherwise fine in very fine as new dust jacket. An exceptional copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Mordida Books]
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        Autograph letter signed.

      Probably Berlin, 25. I. 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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Original Aquarell über Bleistift: [Nackte Tänzerin] im Art Deco Stil. Als Postkarte im Umschlag wohl verschickt (zwei Blind-Stempel-Abdrücke erkennbar).

      [Berlin], datiert November 1928,. 15 x 10,6 cm, rückseitig mit Montageresten, unten links mit Tinte datiert "Nov. 1928".. Brühl (1983), Seite 224. - Busch gehörte zu den Mitarbeitern von Herwarth Walden und dem STURM; besonders bekannt ist er für die Ausstattungen der STURM-Bälle. Ausstellungen im Sturm hatte er zusammmen mit Maria Uhden und Johannes Molzahn.

      [Bookseller: Stader Kunst-Buch-Kabinett]
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        Money for Nothing

      Herbert Jenkins 1928 - London F/VG+ .A fine copy with second issue wrapper which has some repairs. One of the rarer 1920,s titles and nice copies of the Ist issue wrapper dont turn up very often . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dick Neal Fine Books]
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        Good Morning Bill. A Three-Act Comedy

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd.,, 1928. Based on the Hungarian of Ladislaus Fodor. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine and upper board in black. With the dust jacket. Spine a little rolled and faded, corners bumped, faint spotting and partial tanning to endpapers, contents a little toned. A very good copy in the rubbed and marked jacket with a chips from the ends of the spine affecting the titles. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Die Vogler = The Bold (Geklibene Werk, 13 = Collected Works 13)

      Vilnius, Poland: Kletskin, 1928. 8vo. 587 pp. Yiddish. Good in green boards with clear plastic protector. Front hinge and endpaper starting. Pages yellowed with light staining. Frontispiece portrait of author. Translated by Isaac Bashevis Singer.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Point Counter Point

      Chatto and Windus 1928 - Octavo, 601 pp. This is #254 of 256 copies of a limited edition signed by the author. Original green cloth, gilt-stamped spine, top edge gilt, fore-edge untrimmed, bottom edge trimmed. Cloth on spine very slightly faded. A very clean crisp copy. Housed in a custom 3/4 morocco clamshell case, lettered in gilt on spine. Shipped bubble-wrapped in a box, not a padded envelope. Price reduced!! [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dubliners Books]
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        Zwölf Bücher vom Berg- und Hüttenwesen, sowie sein Buch von den Lebewesen unter Tage. (Rückentitel: Georgius Agricola. De Re Metallica).

      Berlin. in Kommission: VDI-Verlag, 1928. - mit Bildern und Initialen nach der Ausgabe von 1556, Druck auf Bütten, 4°. 35,0 x 22,8 cm. XXXII,564 Seiten, Vorwort von Conrad Matschoss, In gutem Zustand. der Pergamentband bis auf wenige kleine braune Fleckchen in bestem Zustand, der Buchblock sauber und frisch, zwei Seiten durch ehemals eingelegten Papierstreifen etwas gebräunt, dies ein Exempar der Ehrenausgabe in Ganzpergament mit der Nummer 102, Druck der Reichsdruckerei in Berlin, die für ihre qualitätvolle Arbeit weltweit bekannt war. vollständiger Titel: Zwölf Bücher vom Berg- und Hüttenwesen in denen die Ämter, Instrumente, Maschinen und alle Dinge, die zum Berg- und Hüttenwesen gehören, nicht nur aufs deutlichste beschrieben, sondern auch durch Abbildungen, die am gehörigen Orte eingefügt sind, unter Angabe der lateinischen und deutschen Bezeichnungen aufs klarste vor Augen gestellt werden sowie sein Buch von den Lebewesen unter Tage. In neuer deutscher Übersetzung bearbeitet von Carl Schiffner unter Mitwirkung von Ernst Darmstaedter, Paul Knauth, Wilhelm Pieper, Friedrich Schumacher, Victor Tafel, Emil Treptow, Erich Wandhoff. Herausgegeben und verlegt von der Agricola-Gesellschaft beim Deutschen Museum. in Pappschuber mit Klappe, diese angerissen, das Pergament mit feiner ornamentaler Blindprägung und farbgeprägten Titeln, Hardcover in Pergament, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Leipziger Antiquariat e.K.]
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