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        Men Without Women

      Jonathan Cape, London 1928 - A very good hardcover copy, with blue boards and gilt lettering on the spine. Light shelf wear. Light fading on spine and tops of boards. Tight binding. Clean pages. Jacket is in good condition and mylar-protected. Sunned and chipped. spine, with a few tears and chipping on the head and tail. Small nicks elsewhere and wear on corners. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Short Fiction; Inventory No: 012169. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dickson Street Bookshop]
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        Sternensänger zu Hildesheim - Farbige Pastellzeichnung

      . (um 1928). Maße: ca. 42,6 cm x 60 cm, unten recht signiert, (Kanten mit kleineneren Abrieben). - Oskar Popp war Grafiker und Bühnenbildner in Hildesheim, seit 1915 unterrichtete er an der Kunstgewerbeschule -

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        A Book Of Words - World First Impression

      Macmillan 1928 - The youngest ever Nobel Prize For Literature winner, and the first English language recipient; as if that was not enough, Kipling was, of course, a vastly popular writer all over the world. This Near Fine first edition and world first printing of the collected speeches and addresses from 1928 is in exceptional condition, although it lacks its jacket. The corners are undamaged, the binding unblemished, the spine is not faded and the gilded elephant on the red cover is bright. But the most important aspect of this copy is, of course, the signature of Rudyard Kipling, beautifully signed on the front end paper, which was often his chosen signing page. The signature is in ink, which has faded over the years. This copy was bought at Batemans, the home of Rudyard Kipling, and now administered by the National Trust. It is in the familiar scarlet cloth livery of Macmillan, and the title page is in two colours. A very rare signature indeed, on an uncommon book, in great collectable condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Booksniffer]
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        La messe de l'athée.

      René Kieffer, Paris, René Kieffer 1928 - Livre ancien Illustré d'eaux fortes d'A. M. Martin. 1 des 50 exemplaires sur papier impérial du Japon contenant 3 états des eaux fortes avant la lettre, 1 sur papier vélin, 2 sur Japon nacré, 3 sur soie. Condition : Reliure en plein maroquin La Vallière, plat supérieur incrusté d'un CUIVRE ORIGINAL ayant servi à l'illustration. Reliure signée André Kieffer. -. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure]
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        ICART Louis - Bigarrure

      Editions LAPINA, Paris. 1928 - Bigarrure Date : jan. 1928 Subject : Illustration & Collection Author : Abel Hermant de l'académie Française Publisher : Editions LAPINA, Paris. Printer : LAPINA, Paris. Issue : Numbered : 211 Pages : 134 p. dont 129 p. num. on Laid Paper Iconography : - 5 gravures eaux-fortes originales hors-textes de Louis Icart. - 10 bois gravés (lettrines en sanguine) de Louis Icart. - 1 gravure pointe sèche tirée en noir, portrait frontispice de l'auteur par L. Madrassi. - Fac-similé de l'auteur tiré sur papier crème. Binding : Ouvrage conservé dans son étuis original (21x15cm). Condition : Size : 7.68 x 5.71 inch (19.5 x 14.5 cm) Packing Weight : 1kg Condition description : étui frotté, petite tache à la marge droite p. 83. Description : Texte français/French text Collection Les Images du Temps. Ouvrage illustré de 5 eaux-fortes originales et bois gravés (10 lettrines en sanguine) par Louis Icart, 1 Pointe sèche tirée en noir, Portrait front. de l'auteur par L. Madrassi et Fac-similé de l'auteur tiré sur papier crème. Un des 1000 exemplaires numérotés sur Vergé de Rives BFK. Celui-ci est l’EXEMPLAIRE N° 211 ENGLISH: The book by Abel Hermant was published in 1928 and is the second of Icart's illustrated books. It contains 5 etchings by Icart and 1 etching of the author by L. Madrassi. The total number of pages is 134. The edition was numbered 101 - 1100 and printed on Rives BFK paper. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        MYTHOLOGIE ASIATIC ILLUSTREE

      Paris: Le Librairie de France, 1928. Limited edition, number 22 of 100. Beautifully illustrated with color and black and white photographs of the art and antiquities of Asian cultures. Folio, superb Art Deco binding by Paul Bonet with the original paper wraps bound in. Richly grained black morocco with the spine in Deco design incorporating finely gilt tooled multi-coloured onlays, designed titling gilt surrounded by a spray of gold, the covers with large central panel in pedestal design, surrounded by gold lines and tools, and with multi-coloured onlays tooled in gold. Gold and black marbled endpapers, t. e.g., others uncut. Housed in a black morocco backed chemise over marbled boards with black morocco edges. 432, plates A very fine copy. RARE BONET BINDING ON AN ESPECIALLY INTERESTING AND WELL ILLUSTRATED TEXT. A superb example of an Art Deco custom binding design by Paul Bonet. Bonet first rose to prominence at the auction of the library of a renowned Parisian book collector in 1930. The sale included 52 bindings of the relatively unknown designer Bonet. Book connoisseurs realized that a new genius had arisen. <br> Born in 1889, Bonet began to bind books as a hobby in 1920. Five years later examples of his designs were included in the exposition L&#146;Arte Du Livre Francais and again later in the year at the Salon d&#146;Automne. Unlike other designers, Bonet left the construction of his bindings to skilled artisans, of whom he demanded the highest standards. His early designs between 1925-1929 were in a thoroughly modern style executed in a strictly traditional manner with blind and gold tooled fillets and inlays of leather. Later he would begin to incorporate less traditional materials like metals and woods. By 1931 Bonet was firmly established as a respected leader in the world of French binding design. <br> Bonet and his patrons were very particular about the books they chose to bind. This limited edition was no doubt chosen for the beauty of it&#146;s illustrations and the exotic subject matter.

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.]
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        The House at Pooh Corner. With decorations by Ernest H. Shepard.

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd, 1928 - Small quarto. Original full stiff vellum with yapp edges, front cover lettered in gilt. In a green cloth solander case. Bookseller's ticket to rear pastedown. An exceptional copy. Printed on japon. Illustrated throughout by E. H. Shepard. Signed limited edition, large paper, no. 3 of 20 copies printed on japon and bound in vellum, signed by both the author and the illustrator &#150; the most luxurious and exclusive issue of the various formats done for the first editions of Milne's Pooh books.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        ORLANDO. A Biography. Morocco Presentation Binding.

      Crosby Gaige, New York 1928 - Woolf, Virginia. ORLANDO. A Biography. Morocco Presentation Binding. New York: Crosby Gaige, 1928. A very good example of this rare issue. One of very few copies bound thus and unknown to Kirkpatrick. Colophon shows the number 4 in red ink but is unsigned. Speculation suggests that perhaps the first 5 copies were thus bound out of the edition limited to 800 copies [of a total run of 861] printed on pure rag paper. Dark green morocco, elegantly decorated & ruled, the spine panel faded to brown. Endpapers are marbled and there is a handsome name plate on the front pastedown. A rare issue of this cornerstone Woolf title in the publishers original slipcase. [Not mentioned in Kirkpatrick A11 ]. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        THE SHUNNED HOUSE

      Athol, Mass.: Published by Paul Cook The Recluse Press,. 1928. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-58 [59] [60: blank],. cloth.. A fine copy without dust jacket as issued. The perishable gold. lettering on the spine panel of this copy is intact. A remarkably. nice copy of a major Lovecraft rarity. (#131363). First edition. Lovecraft&#39;s first book of fiction. 300 copies were printed but the book was not published. A few copies were circulated among members of the tiny Lovecraft circle prior to August Derleth&#39;s acquisition of approximately 150 useable sets of sheets from Robert Barlow, Lovecraft&#39;s literary executor. Derleth distributed about 50 sets of sheets prior to 1961 when 100 were bound in the black cloth uniform with other Arkham House bindings. The cancel copyright notice is Currey state A (bold face; no priority established). Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1037. Joshi I-A-5.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        BEGGARS CAN CHOOSE By MARGARET W. JACKSON 1928 FIRST rare EDITION

      IN: The Bobbs-Merrill Co, 1928. Book. Poor. Hardcover. First Edition. 8 x 5. TITLE: BEGGARS CAN CHOOSE By MARGARET W. JACKSON 1928 FIRST rare EDITION AUTHOR: MARGARET W. JACKSON PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., IN 1928 EDITION: First Edition Stated CATEGORY: First Edition ---NOT SIGNED--- BINDING/COVER: Hardback without dust jacket CONDITION: (All defects if any are formulated into pricing by ViewFair Books Books. If ViewFair Books miss any defects or highlights on any book/printings, our policy is to make immediate amends to any customer): The book is without a dust jacket. The outside of book has a heavy used look about it (see photo), there are some fraying to the cloth on the spine edges, there are bumps to the board edges that have frayed the cloth. There appear to have been a book label pulled from the inside board. Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 318 pages BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: First Edition Stated. The Bobbs-Merrill Co., IN 1928. Poor/None dust jacket condition. Book has a heavy used look about it. Beggars Can Choose, by Margaret Weymouth Jackson. Author of Elizabeth&#39;s Tower. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Publishers, [1928.] 319p. Ernestine Briceland, daughter of a wealthy Chicago family, and Will Todd, artist for the Chicago Sun, meet after twelve years of separation, and the friendship that they had known as children quickly blossoms into love. Ernestine&#39;s parents disapprove of the union, wanting her to marry someone who can offer her security, but she perseveres in her love, and the Bricelands eventually accept her choice in a husband. Will thoroughly enjoys his work; Ernestine delights in the freedom and new horizons formerly inaccessible in the stately family home and the exclusive girl&#39;s school; and together they savor the pleasure of living, working, and planning their future. Through their efforts they reach a measure of affluency, but choose to sacrifice their savings and adjust their ambitions when more pressing needs arise. Set in Chicago during the 1920s, Beggars Can Choose challenges the concepts of social inbreeding in a charming warm-hearted novel which avoids the old clichés prevalent in the early love story, as it contrasts marriage for security with marriage for love. Book Review Digest,1928, p. 402-3. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS BOOK FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET!!!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! 13k-12k InvCode ZZD6 ViewFair Books : 003190.

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        [Original Dust Jacket Art]: Spider Boy

      [New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1928]. First. Original tempura painted art for the dust jacket of Carl Van Vechten&#39;s novel Spider Boy. 6.5" x 7.5". Unsigned (as is the finished dust jacket). Matted and framed. Fine. Hollywood star waves to the adoring multitudes as her entourage looks on, and a flash camera goes off in the left foreground. The painted lettering was changed to an entirely different font for the finished jacket, and the rest of the image shows minor variations, mostly in color. A very nearly final draft, and the only extant painting of the jacket of which we are aware. An iconic and wonderfully evocative image of the Jazz Age. The satiric novel featured a mildly successful playwright, Ambrose Deacon, who is lured to Hollywood where he is pressed into service as a screenwriter for an egotistical superstar. Ambrose has no clue about film but rapidly discovers that no one in Hollywood cares, as long as he lends his modest prestige to the film colony&#39;s pretensions. With a second printing of the novel, very good in very good dustwrapper. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        THE SHUNNED HOUSE

      Athol, Mass.: Published by Paul Cook The Recluse Press,. 1928. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-58 [59] [60: blank],. unbound sheets.. Unlike most of sets of unbound sheets, this is fine copy with no glue. stains or other defects (Derleth kept most of the clean sheets for. the 100-copy clothbound issue).(#101908). First edition. Lovecraft&#39;s first book of fiction. 300 copies were printed but the book was not published. A few copies were circulated among members of the tiny Lovecraft circle prior to August Derleth&#39;s acquisition of approximately 150 useable sets of sheets from Robert Barlow, Lovecraft&#39;s literary executor. The original 1928 Cook copyright statement is not canceled with an Arkham House copyright label(one of a tiny handful thus). This is one of about fifty sets of unbound sheets Derleth distributed prior to 1961 before binding 100 copies in the black cloth uniform with other Arkham House bindings. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1037. Joshi I-A- 5.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Original Dust Jacket Art]: Spider Boy

      Alfred A. Knopf, [New York 1928 - Original tempura painted art for the dust jacket of Carl Van Vechten's novel *Spider Boy*. 6.5" x 7.5". Unsigned (as is the finished dust jacket). Matted and framed. Fine. Hollywood star waves to the adoring multitudes as her entourage looks on, and a flash camera goes off in the left foreground. The painted lettering was changed to an entirely different font for the finished jacket, and the rest of the image shows minor variations, mostly in color. A very nearly final draft, and the only extant painting of the jacket of which we are aware. An iconic and wonderfully evocative image of the Jazz Age. The satiric novel featured a mildly successful playwright, Ambrose Deacon, who is lured to Hollywood where he is pressed into service as a screenwriter for an egotistical superstar. Ambrose has no clue about film but rapidly discovers that no one in Hollywood cares, as long as he lends his modest prestige to the film colony's pretensions. With a second printing of the novel, very good in very good dustwrapper. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Decline and Fall.

      London, Chapman & Hall 1928. - First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Original red and black marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt, all particularly clean and bright. Page edges rather foxed, endpapers with only a couple foxing marks, rather foxed on early and late pages (though the paper is high quality and sound), bookseller's small stamp on the bottom hinge corner of the fly-leaf, o/w very good in the exceeding rare dustjacket designed and illustrated by the author. The jacket is very good, with very little soiling or wear,spine slightly darkened, title label faded a bit (as usual), but still clear and light red, with a few very small chips and a few small tears repaired/restored professionally. The price of 7/6 is intact on the front flap. This copy has, as do all first printings, the noted "issue" point (on pages 168 & 169, respectively), the names "Martin Gaythorne-Brodie" and "Kevin Saunderson", later changed in the second printing (sometimes called second "issue") to the names "The Hon. Miles Malpractice" and "Lord Parakeet". This was Waugh's first novel (preceded by a poem and an essay on the Pre-Raphaelites, both privately printed), and was a remarkably assured fictional debut, marking the author as a vigorous new comic talent. It remains one of the funniest novels of the twentieth century. Waugh contributed the wonderful dustjacket and five interior drawings, and dedicated the book to his Oxford contemporary, Harold Acton. It is quite simply the scarcest of the five classic novels the author published before 1940, and aside from some age showing at the page edges, after 85 years truly rare in intact original condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Larsen Books]
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        Novembre

      Paris, Les Editions d&#146;Art Devambez 1928 - FLAUBERT Gustave. Novembre. Réalisé sous la direction artistique de édouard Chimot. Paris, Les Editions d&#146;Art Devambez, 1928. In-4 [330 x 250 mm], maroquin bleu nuit à longs grains, dos à cinq nerfs orné de caissons dorés, plats entièrement ornés de multiples rectangles dorés, triple filet doré intérieur, filets dorés sur les coupes, tête dorée, non rogné, couverture et dos conservés, gardes de papier marbré avec rehaut or, étui, (Creuzevault). Bel ouvrage illustré de vingt-et-une eaux-fortes et pointes sèches, hors et in texte, gravées par Edgar Chahine. Tiré à 238 exemplaires, celui-ci, l&#146;un des 25 de tête sur Japon à la forme, contenant les eaux-fortes en 3 états, 4 planches supplémentaires en 3 états & deux beaux dessins originaux de l&#146;artiste, signés. Magnifique exemplaire dans une reliure de Louis Creuzevault. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Heino Meyer]
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        Signed portrait.

      N. p., 1928. - 210:150 mm. Elegantly matted and framed. A black-and-white bust portrait photograph by John Graudenz (1884-1942); with autograph dedication to "[Youra] Guller, der wunderbaren Interpretin in Dankbarkeit | Albert Einstein | 1928". - Guller's first name has been scratched out. Small creases in the right margin, near the photographer's pencil signature, otherwise in good condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Shunned House

      Athol, Mass.: Published by Paul Cook The Recluse Press. 1928. First. First edition. Preface by Frank Belknap Long. Black cloth. Spine lettering largely rubbed away as usual, a trifle foxed on the front endpapers, else about fine, issued without dustwrapper. Housed in a quarter morocco clamshell case. Currey&#39;s Issue C 2 (sheets bound by Arkham House with cancel copyright notice). Lovecraft&#39;s first book, one of 100 copies bound up by Arkham House in 1961 from unbound sheets (a few sets of sheets had been bound up in 1936 and circulated only among a few of Lovecraft&#39;s friends). From the collection of John K. Martin, with his simple, tiny book label on the rear pastedown. John K. Martin founded the Black Sparrow Press and is perhaps best known for providing Charles Bukowski a guaranteed stipend that allowed Bukowski to leave his post office job in order to write. Martin&#39;s private collections are renowned for the superior condition of their material. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Der Grosse Gatsby

      Th. Knaur Nachf, Berlin 1928 - illus. yellow & black card wraps with price of "1 Mk" printed on front, the digit 9 is printed at the base of spine (now faint) to indicate number 9 in the series. Light shelf wear and reading crease, light dirt marks and spots of foxing to edges, small bump to both ends of spine, v.light creasing to one rear corner, pp218-219 have spots of foxing to one corner away from the text, some tanning to stiching holes, 254pp This is the first German language edition published in 1928; and is one of only three non-English translations published before the author's death in 1940. The scarcity of this edition is seemingly due to two factors: firstly, the novel didn't really attract much attention on release; secondly, the programme of book burning by Nazis during the 1930's. From WorldCat searches, our copy seems to be one of only five that are locatable including a copy in the library at Princeton University. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        CATALOGO COMPLETO DEL AVION NIEUPORT-DELAGE 52

      1928 Catálogo completo del Avión Hispano Nieuport 52. 1928. 2Vol. I vol: Texto de las piezas, 104Pág. II vol: Láminas de despiece, un total de 51. Detalle y descripción de todo el avión pieza a pieza. La Hispano-Suiza compro la licencia para la construcción de 125 aviones en su fábrica de Guadalajara. Raríssima Obra. Ref 2.8 Biblioteca A. Caracteristicas del avión: Tripulación: 1 Longitud: 7,64 m (25 pies 0 pulg) Envergadura: 12,00 m (39 pies 4 adentro) Altura: 3,00 m (9 pies 10 adentro) Superficie alar: 27,8 M (299 pies) Peso en vacío: 1.360 kgr (2.998 libras) de peso cargado: 1.800 kgr (3.968 libras) Central eléctrica: 1x Hispano-Suiza 12HB líquida de 12 cilindros refrigerado por motor V-12, 373 kW (500 CV. Edición Limitada. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Excelente.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques]
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        The Front Page (Signed First Edition)

      Covici Friede, New York 1928 - First Edition. INSCRIBED by Hecht to members of his family on the front endpaper: "To Peter, Esther, Patty Hecht / From Ben Hecht / Love." Ben Hecht's rarest and most important play, basis for three key films: in 1931 with Adolphe Menjou and Pat O'Brien, in 1974 with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, and most importantly, the classic screwball comedy "His Girl Friday," with Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell in 1940. Hecht is arguably the greatest screenwriter of Hollywood's golden era, Housed in a custom quarter-leather clamshell box.Very Good plus or better in a Near Fine, professionally restored example of the rare dust jacket. Spine slightly toned, faint foxing and a tiny stain at the page fore-edges, and light rubbing and bumping at the extremities. Jacket presents beautifully, with only a few cello-tape repairs at the verso to note. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        Millions Of Cats.

      Coward McCann, New York 1928 - First edition with Jersey City Printing Company on the copyright page. Oblong, original illustrated boards. Signed by the author on the verso of the front free endpaper. An excellent near fine copy in a very good dust jacket. Housed in a custom quarter morocco box. Millions Of Cats won a Newbery Honor award in 1929, one of the few picture books to do so. It is the oldest American picture book still in print. Once upon a time there was an old man and an old woman who were very lonely. They decided to get a cat, but when the old man went out searching, he found not one cat, but millions and billions and trillions of cats! Unable to decide which one would be the best pet, he brought them all home. How the old couple came to have just one cat to call their own is a classic tale that has been loved for generations. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A L'HOPITAL MARIE MADELEINE. Gravures de Gus Bofa.

      1928 - Sans lieu [Paris], Editions les Amis de Nandette, 1928. In-quarto (198 X 256) maroquin beige, important décor mosaïqué en maroquin noir et framboise dans un encadrement de listel de maroquin framboise (premier plat : salle d'hôpital avec deux rangées de lits sur un sol en damier ; second plat : paire de ciseaux coupant une bande de gaze), dos quatre nerfs sertis de filets à froid, caissons de listels de maroquin framboise, auteur et titre dorés, date en queue, coupes et coiffes décorées, tranches dorées, plats doublés d'une grande plaque de maroquin noir, gardes de soie moirée rouge, plats et dos de la couverture conservés, étui bordé (A. J. GONON rel. - 1929) ; (2) ff. blancs, 6 planches hors-texte, 113 pages (dont faux-titre et titre), 28 planches hors-texte, (1) f. (achevé d'imprimer), (2) ff. blancs. EDITION illustrée de HUIT LITHOGRAPHIES originales de Gus BOFA coloriées au pochoir (dont frontispice), d'une vignette de couverture coloriée et de sept culs-de-lampe sur bois. Les lithographies ont été tirées à la presse à bras par les frères MOURLOT. Tirage limité à 110 EXEMPLAIRES. UN des CINQ EXEMPLAIRES numérotés sur JAPON Impérial (n°5), tirage de tête, comprenant DEUX EAUX-FORTES ORIGINALES, un DESSIN ORIGINAL et TROIS SUITES des lithographies, en noir, en couleurs et avec remarques. BEAU DESSIN ORIGINAL à la mine de plomb signé « Gus Bofa » ; il s'agit d'un portrait de l'auteur intitulé « Pierre Mac Orlan à l'ordinaire ». Eau-forte originale intitulée "Boucherie Littéraire", en deux états ; le premier état sur Japon, justifié « 5/25 » et signé au crayon par l'artiste, le second sur Hollande justifié « 1/5 ». Toutes les lithographies possèdent la suite en trois états, le frontispice excepté qui n'en possède que deux. Alphonse-Jules GONON (1877-1946) est venu à la reliure par la bibliophilie et sans doute animé par le désir d'habiller les ouvrages de ses nombreux amis, poètes, écrivains, peintres et graveurs. Il utilisa des peaux de chèvre naturelles, ou parfois teintes par ses soins. Ses recherches furent dirigées surtout vers l'emploi de matières originales. SUPERBE EXEMPLAIRE de reliure « parlante », d'une teinte rare, réalisée avec un goût très sûr par le relieur parisien Alphonse GONON (1877-1946). (San Millan, Bibliographie de Gus Bofa, 16 - Devauchelle, La Reliure en France, 260. ? Fléty, Dictionnaire des relieurs français, 83). FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Fiesta [The Sun Also Rises]

      Berlin: Ernst Rowohlt Verlag. (1928). First. First German edition of The Sun Also Rises. Translated by Annemarie Horschitz. Fine in fine pictorial dustwrapper. The title was changed (and the text censored) for the British edition, and the German publisher retained the English title. Hemingway&#39;s first book translated into German. A beautiful copy. Rare in jacket. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Lady Chatterley's Lover.

      Florence. Privately Printed in Florence, Italy. 1928. - First Edition: Signed/limited Edition. This is No. 145 of an edition limited to 1000 copies, signed by D.H. Lawrence.Title Page: "Lady Chatterley's Lover (caps) by D.H. Lawrence (caps)" and with "Privately printed 1928" at the bottom of the title page. At the bottom of the copyright page is the slug: "FlorenceÐPrinted by the Tipografia Giuntina, directed by L. Franceschini." A handsome copy bound in the original mulberry paper-covered boards. With a professionally rebacked spine and a new crisp white paper label. The original front boards feature a black-ink drawing of a Phoenix rising from the flames. Printed on deckle-edged paper. A few pages have been opened carelessly, resulting in some tearing. Hinges are very tight. With professional restoration by the Dragonfly Bindery of R.I. With faint residues of tape marks which held on the original spine and with some restoration to the corners. Overall, a handsome copy of this scarce signed literary highspot. First Edition: Signed/limited Edition. This is No. 145 of an edition limited to 1000 copies, signed by D.H. Lawrence.Title Page: "Lady Chatterley's Lover (caps) by D.H. Lawrence (caps)" and with "Privately printed 1928" at the bottom of the title page. At the bottom of the copyright page is the slug: "FlorenceÐPrinted by the Tipografia Giuntina, directed by L. Franceschini." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Winnie the Pooh" and "The House at Pooh Corner"

      London, Methuen & Co., 1926 & 1928 - 2 volumes, octavo. Finely bound in full morocco (Winnie the Pooh, green and The house at Pooh Corner pink), gilt titles and decoration to spines, raised bands, gilt rules to boards,and gilt pictorial motif to front boards, pictorial endpapers, all edges gilt, housed in a leather entry slip case. Beautifully bound in fine condition. Illustrated by E. H. Shepard. Both First Editions, signed by E. H. Shepard on the title page of "The House at Pooh Corner". [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        West Running Brook

      Holt 1928 - First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by Robert Frost on the title page. This is the True first edition, first issue, without "First Printing" on copyright page, and with the word "roams" on the final line on page 44. An attractive dustjacket with some wear to the spine and edges. The book is in wonderful shape. The binding is tight, with minor wear to the panels and edges. The pages are clean with no marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a sharp copy with the original dustjacket SIGNED by the author. We buy Frost First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The House at Pooh Corner. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard.

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1928 - Octavo. Original pink cloth, titles to spine and pictorial design to upper board gilt, pink pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt. With the supplied first impression dust jacket. Housed in a blue quarter morocco slipcase with chemise. Gift inscription to half-title. Lightly rubbed, uneven fading to boards, spine faded, free endpapers browned, light spotting to edges. A very good copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with tanned spine panel. Illustrations throughout by E. H. Shepard. First trade edition. Signed by Shepard on the title page together with an autograph letter signed from Shepard to Tasha Tudor tipped-in on the verso of the front free endpaper. The letter, addressing Tudor by her married name, McCreedy, is dated 28 November, 1957. Tudor (1915&#150;2008) was the American author and illustrator of numerous children's books, including Pumpkin Moonshine (1938). Shepard writes to her that "I have heard from Miss George of the Oxford University Press that you are staying in the neighbourhood. It will give great pleasure to my wife and to myself if you will come and see us". Tudor has additionally inscribed this copy to her eldest daughter on the half-title, "To Bethany with much love from Mummy". Provenance: from the collection of Pat McInally. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        THE OUTERMOST HOUSE. A YEAR OF LIFE ON THE GREAT BEACH OF CAPE COD. Inscribed

      Doubleday Doran, New York 1928 - Beston, Henry. THE OUTERMOST HOUSE. A Year Of Life On The Great Beach Of Cape Cod. Presentation Copy. New York: Doubleday Doran, 1928. First Edition, neatly Inscribed by Henry Beston on the front free endpaper. "Inscribed for Frederick E. Tupper Esq., with the best wishes of his old friend and neighbour, Henry Beston". Additionally with the dedicatee's later neat gift inscription, 'a different book for my good friend Frank G. Duffy with kind regards from Frederick E. Tupper, April 1936'. A very good copy in blue cloth, (off-setting to the front and rear pastedowns likely from old newsprint paper clippings, tear to front hinge expertly closed, gilt titles, the spine faded as is usual). Illustrated with 31 original photographs by William A. Bradford, A.C. Bent, G.A. Whiting, D.B. MacMillan and others. 8vo. 222 pp. A very nice example of Henry Beston's now classic observations of Cape Cod in the tradition of Henry David Thoreau. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Series of Books TRUZHENITSA VOSTOKA ("Working [Toiling] Woman of the East"). First Edition

      Moscow: OMM, 1927-1928 - Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated lithographic covers. One book inscribed to art critic Aleksey Mikhailov. In various condition. Berger, A. AZERBAIDZHANKA ("Azerbaijan Woman"). Stina, I. A. BASHKIRKA ("Bashkir Woman"). Dobriansky, V. N. BURYATKA ("Buryat Woman"). Mikhailov, A. I. VOTYACHKA ("Votyak Woman"). Khudadov, V. N. & Demidov, G. V. GRUZINKA ("Georgian Woman"). Shamkhalov, A. DAGESTANKA ("Dagestan Woman"). Ivanovsky, S. KABARDINKA ("Kabarda Woman"). Smirnov, N. KALMYCHKA ("Kalmyk Woman"). Shteinberg, Ye. KAMCHADALKA ("Kamchatka Woman"). Dubrovskaya, A. MONGOLKA ("Mongolian Woman"). Mikhailov, A. I. MORDOVKA ("Mordvinian Woman"). Dobriansky, V. N. OIRATKA ("Oirat Woman"). Khatsrevin, Z, L. PERSIYANKA ("Persian Woman"). Venediktov, N. N. TURKMENKA ("Turkmen Woman"). Smirnov, N. A. TURCHANKA ("Turkish Woman") (signed). Moskalev, V. I. UZBECHKA ("Uzbek Woman"). Berger, A. CHECHENKA (Chechen Woman"). Mikhailov, A. I. CHUVASHKA ("Chuvash Woman"). Rare. Please see the picture. For more images please visit our website. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Lady Chatterley&#39;s Lover

      Privately Printed, (Florence: Printed by the Tipografia Giuntina), 1928.. First edition, no. 929 of 1,000 copies signed by the author, 8vo, (iv), 365, (1) pp, bound without a final blank leaf. Original paper from the boards bound in, light stains to the edge of the recto of the limitation leaf. Modern mulberry full morocco, gilt titled spine, blind stamped phoenix to the upper cover replicated from the original binding, an excellent copy. Roberts A42a.

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        The Children.

      New York & London: D. Appleton and Company, 1928 - Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine and upper board in yellow. Spine very slightly rolled, light spotting to edges and toning to endpapers. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing. Presentation copy inscribed by the author to the French translator of her books on the front free endpaper, "To Louis Gillet with my friendly remembrances. Edith Wharton. September 1928". With eight corrections in the author's hand to pages 136, 147, 221, 234, 248, 304, 338, and 342. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Dark Princess: A Romance

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. 1928. First. First edition. Bookplate of "The Wrights" on the front pastedown, a tiny bit of wear at the crown, near fine, lacking the rare dustwrapper. Signed by the author on the front fly. Exceptionally uncommon signed. .

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        Babe Ruth's Own Book of Baseball

      Putnam's Sons 1928 - FIRST EDITION of Babe Ruth's "Babe Ruth's Own Book of Baseball." Published in New York by Putnam's sons in 1928. "First Edition" stated on copyright page. Book near fine, with some offsetting from old newspaper clips on pages vi, vii, verso of vii, ix,x, xi, verso of xi and half-title page. Previous owner's handwritten name on front free end paper, tiny white dot on top of edge of front cover, very slight rubbing of corners and bottom of spine. DJ very good, some chipping at spine ends and corners, and minor wear along edges, a couple of very small close tears. Comes in custom-made slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Wild Animal Interviews (EXCEPTIONAL SIGNED ASSOCIATION COPY TO THE 'SINFUL MAVERICK' AND FELLOW CO-FOUNDER OF THE AMERICAN BISON SOCIETY, Martin Garretson)

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1928 - (Non-Fiction) (Natural History) HORNADAY, William. Wild Animals Interviews And Wild Opinions Of Us. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1928. Hardcover. First Edition. Amazing Association Copy! Signed by the author to Martin Garretson. Garretson was the curator of The National Museum of Heads And Horns and was once the world's leading bison scholar. Hornaday and Garretson were co-founders of The American Bison Society. The Inscription reads, 'To my admired and beloved friend. M.S. Garretson (Sinful Maverick), whose unfailing cherrfulness about life is to me a constant inspiration to do better; With the compliments of the struggling young author.' Inscription is dated October 22, 1928. Lacks Original DJ. Slight wear to edges with light toning. Very scarce book and a unique inscription! Very Good. Octavo. $5000.00 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER

      Privately Printed. Florence, Italy. 1928 - FIRST EDITION. LIMITED EDITION. 8vo. (9.1 x 6.6 inches). One of 1000 numbered copies, signed by Lawrence. A bright and clean copy internally with a small previous owners bookplate on the front paste down endpaper. In the original mulberry coloured paper covered boards with white printed paper label to the spine and black Phoenix design on the front board. The label is a little rubbed and darkened and a small piece of the top corner, not affecting the lettering, has come away and been re-glued in place. One small split, without loss, to the bottom 1.5 inches of the front hinge and some minor rubbing to the edges but overall a very good copy of this important book. Printed at the Tipografia Giuntina in Florence for Lawrence, and at his own expense, the book was offered for sale in the spring of 1928 for the price of Two Pounds. The fears of Police raids and the imminent suppression of the book in both England and America saw Lawrence selling the last copies for Four pounds by December that year and ordering another edition, of only 200 copies on common paper, from the printers. The literary merits of Lawrence's novel have been the subject of much debate but, like it or not, the book proved to be a hugely important work in the battle against censorship. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Scarlet Sister Mary

      Bobbs Merrill 1928 - First Edition, First Printing INSCRIBED and SIGNED by Julia Peterkin. A wonderful First Issue dustjacket light wear to the spine and edges. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has the $2.50 printed price present on the front flap. The book is in nice condition. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with minor wear to the spine and panels. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a sharp copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION SIGNED by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        When It's Cocktail Time in Cuba

      Horace Liveright New York 1928 - First Edition. Sugar dustjacket art. "Rum, roulette and racing; sugar, cigars and senoritas - these are the ingredients of this effervescent picture of what the tourist does in Cuba, what he sees, and what he drinks. First, as to what he drinks. Mr. Woon gives the real recipe of the Daiquiri as given to him by Facundo Bacardi himself, maker of 'the rum that cured a king and pickled a nation'. He tells you that there are seven thousand places in Havana where alcohol is sold, and helpfully lists the names of the best bartenders, and the drinks that made them famous". Illustrated with photographs. This highly sought after cocktail book and Cuba guide is basically unknown in a dustjacket. This copy is offered with an imperfect but mostly complete example of the scarce illustrated jacket. Very Good to Near Fine in Good only dustjacket, lacking lower two inches of spine, top spine end and top edge chipped, several inch closed tear at top front panel mended with archival tape, small chips and wear at front flap edge. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bishop's Wife

      Bobbs-Merrill 1928 - First Edition, First Printing. An attractive dustjacket that is rich in color with light wear to the edges. This original dustjacket has the printed price present on the front flap. The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight and square with no cocking. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION seldom seen in this nice condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs of a Fox-hunting Man; [together with] Memoirs of an Infantry Officer; [and] Sherston's Progress.

      London, Faber and Gwyer, [Faber & Faber] 1928-36 - 3 volumes, octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full dark blue morocco, titles to spine gilt, triple rule to turn-ins gilt, plain coated endpapers, all edges gilt. All fine copies. All First Editions, First Impressions. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        ORLANDO. Signed.

      The Hogarth Press, London 1928 - Woolf, Virginia. ORLANDO. Signed. London: The Hogarth Press, 1928. True First Trade Edition in the publisher's First Issue orange cloth. Signed. 8vo., 299pp. Eight Illustrations. A very good example lacking the original dustwrapper. Neatly signed in purple ink by Virginia Woolf on the front free endpaper. With a libray bookplate on the rear endpaper with a "Purchased From" sale stamp. All in all a very desirable rare signed trade first. Woolf's amazing fictitious history of four centuries of transgender "biography" about a mythical being named Orlando who starts life as an Elizabethan nobleman who transforms into a woman poet of vast social insight. Written for & inspired by, Vita Sackville-West, to whom the book is dedicated & who appears as Orlando at various life-stages in several of the book's photographs. Considering Woolf's time, an extraordinarily courageous achievement in English letters & fantastic literature. Described as the longest love-letter ever written by Sackville's son, Sir Nigel Nicolson. Kirkpatrick A1 1a. Woolmer 185. Basis for the splendid Sally Potter 1993 film starring Tilda Swinton, Billy Zane et al. In a custom TBCL black clamshell case with the "Wolf" Hogarth Press colophon embossed on the upper cover in very fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Le Grand Jeu du N°1 au N°3, collection complète

      Le Grand Jeu 1928 - - Le Grand Jeu, Paris Eté 1928 - Automne 1930, 19x24cm, 3 volumes brochés. - Edition originale pour chacun des volumes de cette revue surréaliste qui ne connût que 3 numéros. Contributions de René Daumal, Robert Desnos, Roger Gilbert-Lecomte, André Rolland de Réneville, Maurice Henry, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Saint-Pol-Roux, Roger Vailland, André Masson, Mayo, Hans Arp, Arthur Rimbaud avec des inédits. Dos et plats marginalement insolés, un mors fendu en pied, traces de papier adhésif sur les premières et dernières pages des volumes 1 et 2, un petit gri-gri au stylo bille en pied du deuxième plat du second volume, sinon agréable ensemble au regard de la fragilité des exemplaires. Rare ensemble complet en trois numéros de cette célèbre et très rare revue surréaliste. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Station. Athos: Treasures and Men.

      London, Duckworth, 1928 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Some minor spotting to the fore-edge and the odd page but an excellent copy in the slightly frayed and rubbed dust jacket price-clipped at the spine panel and with a little tissue to the verso. Illustrated with numerous photographs. First Edition, First Impression of one of Byron's earliest titles. Very scarce in the dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LIVES OF THE NOBLE GRECIANS AND ROMANES, Compared Together by that Grave and Learned Philosopher & Historiographer, Plutarke of Chæronea: Translated out of Greek in to French by James Amyot.and out of French into Englishe by Thomas North

      Stratford-Upon-Avon The Shakespeare Head Press for Basil Blackwell 1928 - 8 volumes. RARE LIMITED EDITION, ONE OF ONLY 100 COPIES, printed on handmade paper, numbered and SIGNED by the illustrator Thomas Lowinsky Decorations throughout consisting of portraits within headpieces by Thomas Lowinsky. Large 8vo, very handsomely bound in the publisher&#146;s best bindings of three quarter black levant morocco by Morley of Oxford, the spines with wide bands with multiple gilt rules, handsomely gilt lettered in three compartments, t.e.g. A very fine set, very handsome indeed and in wonderful condition. RARE FIRST EDITION, BEST ISSUE OF THE SHAKESPEARE HEAD PLUTARCH, LIMITED TO ONLY 100 COPIES SIGNED BY THE ILLUSTRATOR. This edition was printed from the first edition of 1579. Lowinsky's portrait head-pieces are taken so far as possible from authentic originals. A handsomely printed set of North's classic translation. In this monumental historical work, Plutarch relates the lives of the historically important Greeks and Romans of ancient times. His studies are revered as among the most important and beautiful of all classical writings . The author&#146;s object is to bring out the moral character in each case, rather than to relate the political events of the time; in essence, at times he will distort the truth in order to exemplify virtue or vice. Nonetheless, he is as reliable as the sources he uses, and very valuable as a historical resource. Thomas North&#146;s translation of Plutarch&#146;s LIVES is one of the most famous. His prose considered by many to be "incomparable. [his] achievement in narrative prose is only less signal than Shakespeare's in dramatic verse. North's Plutarch is also well-known as a primary source for the plots of Shakespeare's classical plays and for numerous passages in the non-Roman ones, and he relied almost exclusively on it for the historical background of ancient Rome. Thus it is a very fitting work for the Shakespeare Head Press to have undertaken at Stratford-Upon-Avon [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Fastest Bicycle Rider in the World: The Story of a Coloured Boy&#39;s Indomitable Courage and Success Against Great Odds

      Worcester, Massachusetts: Wormley Publishing Company. (1928). First. First edition. Octavo. 431pp. Gilt stamped blue cloth. Extensively illustrated with photographs. Bottom corners a little bumped, else fine in near fine dustwrapper with small nicks and tears. The autobiography of a world champion bicycle rider. A very desirable title and rare in jacket. .

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        The Master Mind of Mars

      McClurg 1928 - Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1928. Octavo, pp. [1-8] [1] 2-312, five inserted plates with illustrations by J. Allen St. John, original orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black. 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. A nearly fine copy in bright, very good four-color pictorial dust jacket (reproducing painting by J. Allen St. John on front panel) with professional restoration. An attractive example of the uncommon jacket. $4,000 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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