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        La Divina Commedia Or The Divine Comedy Of Dante Alighieri In Italian And English

      London: Nonesuch Press, 1928. Hardcover. Orig. full orange stained vellum. Teg. Fine./No Dust Jacket. 325 pages. 30.5 x 22 cm. Limited edition, copy 917 of 1475 on Van Gelder paper, the Botticelli drawings printed in collotype by Daniel Jacomet. The Italian text edited by Mario Casella of the University of Florence with the English version by H.F. Cary and 42 illustrations after the drawings by Sandro Botticelli. Bookplate front cover pastedown designed by Rockwell Kent for Geroge E.M. Ewing, Jr .Lovely copy, double gilt front cover border fillets, gilt floral motif center of both covers.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc.]
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        The Greene Murder Case

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1928. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Very Good+. First Edition, First Printing, first state, with 1928 in Roman numerals on title page (MCMXXVIII) and "copyright 1928" on copyright page with Scribner's seal (first state copies carry only the year 1928 on copyright page, while second state copies are corrected to reflect the copyright obtained for the serialization and read "copyright 1927, 1928.) BOOK DESCRIPTION: Clean unfaded black cloth boards with bright white unchipped lettering on cover and spine. Two tiny surface nicks to rear board outside edge; no bumping or fraying. Binding is tight & square, no cracking. Pages and edges are clean, with clean original endpapers; no names, writing or bookplates. 388 pgs. Original dustjacket is clean, not price clipped (2.00 on front inside flap), with very small chip to rear spine corner (approx. 1/2" wide by 1/4" deep), very slight edge wear and small light creases, short closed edge tears. Enclosed in new archival quality mylar cover. Scarce and highly collectable. Approx. 8" x 5-1/2". Mystery.

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        Observation on the function of peroxidase systems and the chemistry of the adrenal cortex. Description of a new corbohydrate derivative.

      London, Cambridge University Press, 1928. Royal8vo. In the original printed wrappers. In "The Biochemical Journal", Vol. 22, 1928. Entire issue offered. Wrappers with nicks and ligt overall soiling. A tear to last 7 leaves. Internally fine and clean. Pp. 1387-1409. [Entire issue: Pp. (8), 1341-1575, (2), XIV, (1).].. First printing of Szent-Györgyi's landmark paper in which he for the first time discovered and isolated "hexuronic acid" or "ascorbic acid", today commonly known as vitamin C. In 1937 he was awarded the Nobel in Medicine "for his discoveries in connection with the biological combustion processes, with special reference to vitamin C and the catalysis of fumaric acid"."Szent-Györgyi is most notably associated with the discovery of vitamin C. The discovery of vitamins themselves was recognized in 1929 in a Nobel Prize to Christiaan Eijkman and Gowland Hopkins. The search for vitamin C was then well underway in several labs. Ironically, the compound had already been isolated by Szent-Györgyi. Though no one-not even Szent-Györgyi-yet knew its identity." (DSB). "In 1928 Szent-Györgyi had proposed that hexuronic acid, a highly reducing substance that he had isolated from oranges, cabbages and adrenal glands, was responsible for the anti-scurvy properties of fruit and vegetables, that is, that hexuronic acid was vitamin C. Zilva disagreed, citing work that he had done showing that vitamin activity and reducing power were independent of one another. There the matter lay for four years until, in 1932, Szent-Györgyi, carried out experiments to see whether hexuronic acid would protect guinea pigs from scurvy [which it indeed did]". (Smith, Nutrition in Britain, P. 45). At the same time, for five years King's laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh had been trying to isolate the antiscorbutic factor in lemon juice using the original 1907 model of scorbutic guinea pigs which developed scurvy when not fed fresh foods but were cured by lemon juice. They had also considered hexuronic acid, but had been put off the trail when a coworker made the explicit (and mistaken) experimental claim that this substance was not the antiscorbutic substance. Finally, in late 1931, Szent-Györgyi gave Svirbely, formerly of King's lab, the last of his hexuronic acid with the suggestion that it might be the anti-scorbutic factor. By the spring of 1932, King's laboratory had proven this but published the result without giving Szent-Györgyi credit for it, leading to a bitter dispute over priority claims.Garrison & Morton 1059

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        Für ein Württemberg der Arbeiter u. Bauern wählt Kommunisten! ... 35% der Bauern in der Sowjet-Union Steuerfrei

      Berlin: Hugo Eberlein, [1928]. Another of Slama's striking designs for the 1928 German general elections. Several versions exist of this poster, with the image remaining identical but the text changing to target specific audiences - the copy in the Vienna State Library, for example, replaces the lower block of text (here concerning taxation of farmers) with a demand for an eight-hour day for factory workers. We have discovered at least three such variants, none with apparent priority. Lithographed poster in four colors, 95cm x 70cm (ca 37-1/4" x 27-1/2"). Repaired tears with modest retouching to repaired areas, but no infill or other major restoration. Archivally backed on neutral paper. Grade B/B+.

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        Well of Loneliness

      Jonathan Cape, 1928-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE. London: Jonathan Cape, 1928. 512 pp. Black cloth with gilt lettering. First edition, first printing, first issue. (Precedes all other editions such as the Paris edition of Pegasus. Stated "FIRST PUBLISHED MCMXXVIII" on copyright page, uncorrected first issue error on page 50: Whip instead of Whips.) Very Good hardcover. Lacks plain original jacket. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Tiny hole in cloth on front cover. A bit of rubbing and scratching to covers, slightly bumped corners. Wear to back paste down. In protective clear sleeve. A nice copy, in collectible condition.First issued July 27, 1928 by British publisher Jonathan Cape, The Well of Loneliness has become a classic of GLBT fiction. Its frank portrayal of lesbian relationships shocked the contemporary public, though. One opponent of the book declared, "I would rather give a healthy boy or a healthy girl a phial of prussic acid than this novel. Poison kills the body, but moral poison kills the soul." By the end of the year the book had been judged "obscene" and all copies for sale were ordered to be destroyed by British authorities. This is one of the copies that survived-- the very first issue before a minor textual error was corrected.

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        Little Journeys: To the Homes of the Great & Elbert Hubbard of East Aurora (in 15 volumes)

      The Roycrofters, East Aurora, NY 1928 - 1st edition set. Cloth bindings. Illustrated with B & W plates, headpieces and vignettes. Entire set takes up 20 inches of shelf space. Conditions range from good to very good. Complete set of Hubbard's insightful, compact biographies of famous individuals, whose portraits appear throughout. The bio of Hubbard, entitled Elbert Hubbard of East Aurora (published in 1926 by Wm. H. Wiese & Co., with the Roycrofters permission) contains several tricolored vignettes. Full tan cloth volumes with paper title labels and a bust of the author in blind on each cover. All are in the good to very good range, with occasional wear. Most contain chipping and tears to the labels; volume 8's is scuffed, ripped and has been taped. Tears to a few pages where they were separated, but nearly all are on the margins. Very rare collection of these popular works. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ausstellung Emil Nolde. Kunsthalle Basel 11. Oktober bis 4. November 1928.

      Basel, 1928 - Basel, 1928, 21,4 x 14,7 cm, 16 Seiten, 8 ganzseitige schwarz-weiss Abbildungen, (13) Seiten Anzeigen), illustrierte Original-Broschur (Galvano-Druck des Original-Holzschnittes), mit Japanpapier hinterlegter Randeinriss des Vorderdeckels, Einband berieben, bestossen, ordentliches Exemplar. Vgl. den Original-Holzschnitt Schiefler/Mosel Urban 87 II und III. "Ägypterin II, 1910". Hier wohl der Holzschnitt in der Galvano-Technik, da das Format mit dem Original übereinstimmt (15,3/4 x 10,7 cm). - Der Katalog verzeichnet 68 Ölbilder, 29 Aquarelle, 36 Radierungen, 24 Holzschnitte und 12 Lithographien (mit den Preisangaben in Mk. der verkäuflichen Positionen). Sprache: Deutsch mit Japanpapier hinterlegter Randeinriss des Vorderdeckels, Einband berieben, bestossen, ordentliches Exemplar. illustrierte Original-Broschur (Galvano-Druck des Original-Holzschnittes), [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Stader Kunst-Buch-Kabinett]
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        Typed letter signed ("Kandinsky").

      Dessau, 1. V. 1928. - 4to. 1 p. With typed envelope, 3 photos made by Lucia Moholy, and some addenda. To art historian R. W. P. de Vries in Hilversum, sending four photographs for publication ("3 of which were made for you and the fourth belongs to me, I've had it in stock"; transl. from the German original). - Three of the four mentioned photos (all with the photographer's stamp on their reverse) belong to "Einige Kreise 1926", "Spannung in Rot 1926", and "Akzent im Rosa 1926"; the fourth picture seems to be returned as Kandinsky has asked to do so. - Additional addenda comprises a copy of "Der Sturm" (vol. III, October 1912, no. 129), in which Kandinsky's long essay "Ueber Kunstverstehen" ("On Understanding Art") was published, 4 newspaper clippings with reviews of his exhibition at the gallery "L'Époque" in Bruxelles, and another contemp. photo of a painting by Kandinsky.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The early history of Tasmania.

      - London, Methuen & Co. & Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, 1928-1939.2 volumes. Original red cloth, lettered in gilt, with dust-jackets. With 3 plates and 12 charts. XIII,341; XXX,709 pp.* Original edition. - In this book, the author, a Tasmanian, has traced the development of European knowledge concerning the island from the time of its discovery by Tasman to 1818. - Rare complete set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje]
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      New York Doubleday, Doran & Co. 1928 - Special Edition [in clear type]. Twenty-six volumes, 8vo., recently rebound in half navy blue morocco gilt, with raised bands and gilt decorations to spine, t.e.g. A handsome set in overall Very Good condition. NOTE: Heavy Set ( kg+): postage outside the UK might incur a surcharge**To see a scan of this set please visit our Home page ** The shop is open 7 days a week. Over 20,000 books in stock - come and browse. PayPal, credit and (UK) debit cards welcome. Books posted worldwide. For any queries please contact us direct. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Berlin vor hundert Jahren. Berlin und seine Umgebung im neunzehnten Jahrhundert. Eine Sammlung in Stahl gestochener Ansichten von den ausgezeichnetesten Künstlern Englands. Nachdruck von 1833.

      Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, Berlin 1928 - Nummer 345 von 1100. - Ledereinband am Rücken etwas verfärbt, im Allgemeinen etwas fleckig. Seiten aber sehr gut und frisch. Siehe Foto. Mit Illustrationen. XVI, X, IV, VI, II, 165 Seiten. Goldgeprägter GanzLEDER, VollGoldschnitt, Lesebändchen.

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        Love Among the Chickens

      Herbert Jenkins 1928 - London. An interesting item . McClelland and Stewart published The Little Warrior in 1920, well all they did was take the US edition with Doran prelims and stamp their name in green ink on the base of the spine. There was then a gap of six years before they published The Heart of a Goof in 1926. During these years the 11 Herbert Jenkins titles starting with The Coming of Bill and ending with Carry on Jeeves were distributed by Ryerson Press with their label over the price on the spine. Piccadilly Jim was published by McClelland Goodchild and Stewart in 1917 from US sheets. Herbert Jenkins also had the same arrangement with his own books. So this is not a Canadian edition but the closest we have .There were 10,000 copies of the tenth printing and I suspect around 500 went to Ryerson.I think a similiar arrangement was made in South Africa but have yet to find proof .500 copies sounds about right as the population of Canada in 1920 was around 8.5 million with a lot of those being French speaking . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letters of Henry James to Walter Berry

      The Black Sun Press Paris: The Black Sun Press, 1928. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Wide 4to. Paper wrappers with cello cover. First edition, one of only 100 copies, this being number 76. Small amounts of expected wear to delicate cello wrapper, else near fine. Scarce.

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        THE GOLEM translated by Madge Pemberton

      Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co.,. [1928]. original purple cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black, top edge stained black, fore-edge untrimmed.. A fine copy in bright, near fine art deco dust jacket (designed by E.. McKnight Kauffer) with light wear at edges, mainly head of spine. panel and upper corners and three faint damp stains to spine panel.. Quite scarce in jacket. (#20487). First edition in English, U.S. issue (made up from British sheets). Meyrink's first novel "prefigures that disastrous climax [World War I] to a century of growth and change. The phantasmagorical, threatened Prague of this novel - its wainscots haunted by a Golem who is more like a psychic fog than an actual entity, and the false polder of its ghetto withering under the baleful light of a new century - makes THE GOLEM into a pure urban fantasy: a tale whose setting, like some vast subterranean edifice, seems literally alive, organic, all-encompassing, Gothic. It is, however, like most twentieth-century urban fantasies distinguished from its Gothic ancestors through a sense that the fall of the city will be a bad omen for its inhabitants, not a release. At the same time, the pending destruction of Prague (and all of Europe itself) is treated by Meyrink with a deep ambivalence, and his next novels all tend to present the apocalypse as an occult cleansing of the material world so that higher unions of the spirit can be achieved." - Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997), p. 642. "Key work of German Expressionism." - Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-148. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1173. Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy, p. 642. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 157. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature II, pp. 628-30. Bleiler (1978), p. 139. Reginald 10095.

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        La Divina Commedia Or The Divine Comedy Of Dante Alighieri In Italian And English

      London: Nonesuch Press, 1928. Hardcover. Orig. full orange stained vellum. Teg. Very good/No Dust Jacket. 325 pages. 30.5 x 22 cm. Limited edition, copy 1239 of 1475 on Van Gelder paper, the Botticelli drawings printed in collotype by Daniel Jacomet. The Italian text edited by Mario Casella of the University of Florence with the English version by H.F. Cary and 42 illustrations after the drawings by Sandro Botticelli. Double gilt front cover border fillets, gilt floral motif center of both covers, spine sunned.

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        LE SOULIER DE SATIN ou Le Pire n'est pas toujours sûr. [4 volumes].

      1928 - Paris, Gallimard, 1928-29. Quatre volumes in-quarto (203 X 264) brochés, couverture rempliée papier doré gaufré et illustré d'un semé de paons dans un décor floral, étui de l'éditeur. Tome I : 132 pages, (1) f. - Tome II : 118 pages, (1) f. - Tome III : 153 pages, (1) page - Tome IV : 171 pages, (1) page, (1) f. Quelques rares rousseurs. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. Elle est illustrée de quatre frontispices lithographiés, tirés en noir sur fond or, du peintre José Maria SERT, dédicataire de l'?uvre. Tirage limité à 331 EXEMPLAIRES, celui-ci UN des 275 numérotés sur PUR FIL (n°41). Cette édition en quatre tomes offre la version intégrale de LA PLUS GRANDE RÉUSSITE THÉÂTRALE de Paul Claudel. Commencée en 1919, achevée en 1924, cette pièce surplombe l'oeuvre dramatique de Claudel. Il s'agit, selon l'une de ses formules aux variantes multiples, d'un «énorme drame, mélange incongru de bouffonnerie, de passion et de mysticité ». La pièce fut créée en 1943 à la Comédie-Française par Jean-Louis Barrault, dans une version considérablement abrégée. Antoine Vitez poussera, lui, l'audace jusqu'à faire tenir l'intégrale en une seule représentation. ("En français dans le texte", n° 337). SÉDUISANT EXEMPLAIRE conservé dans son étui décoré d'origine ; les fragiles couvertures sont en TRÈS BEL ÉTAT, condition RARE. FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Dry Stream from Scenes of the French Countryside.

      1928 1928 - Soft crease to the margin of the lower right corner hidden by the mount. Stone lithograph on Rives wove paper. Sheet size: 40 x 30 cm. Signed in the stone by Fry. The image is probably from around Cassis, South of France. Fry took up lithography in 1927. Only a handful of farmyard and landscape scenes were executed in this medium as Fry chose to concentrate mainly on church interiors.

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        Louis II de Bavière ou Hamlet-Roi *

      Gallimard, (Paris) 6.10.1928. - Relié demi maroquin brun à coins, dos à nerfs, titre dorés, couverture et dos conservés. Menus défauts. Édition originale. L'un des 35 exemplaire numérotés sur Japon Impérial, outre 17 Chine, 137 Hollande et 665 Vélin pur fil.

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        The House At Pooh Corner

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd,, 1928. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. Octavo (190 x 125 mm). Recent pink morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, marbled endpapers with original pictorial endpapers bound in at front, gilt edges. Illustrated throughout by Ernest H. Shepard. An excellent copy in a handsome binding. First edition, first impression. A charming binding copy of this classic children's tale.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        SOBRANIYE STIKHOTVORENIY ("Collected Verses") in Three Volumes

      Moscow: GIZ, 1928. Author: Nikolai Nikolaevich Aseev (1889-1963). Dust jackets in the style of Constructivism, probably by Varvara Fedorovna Stepanova (1894-1958) (no artist indicated). Text in Russian. All three volumes (complete). Hardcovers with DJs. 274, 186, 224 pp. Ads of books by Mayakovsky, Sel'vinsky, LEF magazines, etc. at rear. 2000 copies only. Dust jackets in fragile condition. [Rare] Please see the pictures. For more images please visit our website.. HB/DJ.

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        She Who Sleeps

      New York: Doubleday Doran, 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Fine. First edition of this early fantasy novel by the author of the Fu Manchu series of books. A clean very good copy in sparkling fine unclipped dustwrapper. This copy from the library of fellow fantasy writer Otis Adelbert Kline with his bookplate to front endpaper. A nice association of two contemporaries in the fantasy world.

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      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. Owner name in ink of verso of front endpaper; some foxing to first few pages; split to hinge before the signed page. Gilt a little dull on the spine, some rubbing to the cover with slight loss of color at a couple of spots and along the fore-edge. Still Very Good, lacking the dustwrapper. Original maroon cloth with gilt lettering. Illustrated with numerous photographs. This copy is SIGNED by the famous aviator on the blank recto of the frontispiece. Earhart's account of her transatlantic flight when she became the FIRST WOMAN TO TRAVEL BY AIR ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. Earhart was lost at sea in her attempt, shortly before her fortieth birthday in 1937, to become the first woman to fly around the world. After her disappearance the most extensive air and sea search in naval history to date took place. After spending $4 million and scouring 250,000 square miles of ocean over a two-week period, the United States government reluctantly called off the operation.

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        The Prisoner".

      1928 - Carte gravée en couleurs par Georges LEPAPE, (1928), 13.5 X 10 cm. Carte émise à l'occasion de la pièce d'Edouard BOURDET "The Prisoner" au Théâtre de la Michodière en 1928 et jouée à New York. Une femme, coiffée à la garçonne, hume une rose sur un fond de neige. Estampes

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        Liquidazione. (Prose).

      Ed. Ribet 1928 * Brossura originale salmone - cm 19 x 13 - pp. 167-(5) + 4 pp. su carta speciale verdina di pubblicità edit. - volume a pieni margini con barbe in eccellente stato. * Seconda raccolta di "trucioli", prose d'arte nate nel clima del frammentismo vociano e rondista che recano l'impronta delle maggiori esperienze letterarie coeve, dal crepuscolarismo all'orfismo di Campana, a certo espressionismo futurista, ma soprattuto i segni di una ricca e complessa esperienza umana che le rende inconfondibili. "Liquidazione" può voler dire l'abbandono dello slancio ribelle e iconoclasta d'inizio secolo e indicare un amaro e sofferto ripiegamento. Prima edizione di 772 esemplari numerati (ns. n. 384). (C. SBARBARO. Letteratura italiana del '900 /20th cent./).

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        West Running Brook

      Henry Holt, 1928. Hardcover, Near Fine. "Henry Holt and Company, New York 1928. Limited First Edition. Stated Limited First Edition. Number 771 of 1000 copies. Signed by Robert Frost on the Limitation page. Also, Signed by the Illustrator, J.J. Lankes, on all the woodcut illustrations. Rare. The Signatures are Guaranteed by the Publisher. Leather spine, decorative leaf designed boards. Gold gilt lettering at the spine. Top edge gold gilt. Book Condition: Near Fine, clean boards and spine, clean pages, tight spine, light shelf wear at the edges."

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        Vier Zeilen - Herrenspende des Verein Berliner Presse.

      Berlin Presse-Ball (Hrsg.) 1928. - Flur 17 x 22 cm. Beige Originalflügelmappe aus Karton. Textheft zum Presseball mit 6 nicht paginierten Blättern. Zweites Heft mit 26 Blatt Faksimile von Handschriften. Weiterhin lose in der Mappe liegend 13 auf Karton montierte Lithografien. Ecken der Mappe nur sehr gering bestoßen, wirklich gutes Exemplar. Textbeiträge u.a. von: Alfred Döblin, Gerhart Hauptmann, Arno Holz, Georg Kaiser, Alfred Kerr, Klabund, Heinrich Mann, Alfred Polgar, Joachim Ringelnatz, Arthur Schnitzler, Carl Zuckmayer u.a. // Lithografien von: Arthur Grunenberg, Arthur Kampf, Emil Orlik, Hans Meid, Edwin Scharff, George Grosz, Friedrich Winkler-Tannenberg, Otto Schoff, Ernst Oppler, Ludwig Meidner, Lesser Ury, Friedrich Fennecker und Willy Jäckel. 500

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        Lamia, Isabella, and The Eve of St. Agnes

      Waltham St. Lawrence: The Golden Cockerel Press,, 1928. With Engravings by Robert Gibbings. Small folio. Original quarter sharkskin by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, titles to spine gilt, grey cloth boards, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Engraved title, head and tail-pieces, and engravings throughout by Robert Gibbings. Initial letters printed in black, red, and blue. Bookplate of Brian Douglas Stilwell. A fine copy. Number 432 of 485 copies on paper from a total limited edition of 500 copies. This edition of Lamia, Isabelle, & The Eve of St. Agnes was beautifully illustrated by Robert Gibbings (1889–1958), a leader of the wood engraving revival who was commissioned to produce two volumes for the Golden Cockerel Press before buying it outright when its founder, Harold Taylor, became ill with tuberculosis. "The press was at Waltham St Lawrence, in Berkshire. With Gibbings as its director and book designer it produced seventy-two books between 1924 and 1933, of which nineteen were illustrated by Gibbings himself. Forty-eight of its productions were illustrated with wood-engravings. Among the engravers whom Gibbings employed—several of whom were given their first commissions by him—were John Nash, David Jones, Eric Ravilious, Blair Hughes-Stanton, John Farleigh, and, most notably, Eric Gill…" (ODNB). A beautiful copy of this handsomely designed volume.

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        Stock Movements And Speculation

      APPLETON, USA 1928 - Fine cloth copy in the uncommon but worn and torn dust wrapper, now Mylar sleeved. Gilt title on spine. Title has very light fading. Light shelf, edge wear with corner rubs. Table and chart illustrated. Else in good condition. DATE PUBLISHED: 1928 EDITION: FIRST ED 194 GOOD With chapters titled "Speculative Tactics" and "The Psychology of Speculation" and "The Dow-Jones Averages--1897-1928" as f. JACKET: GOOD DJ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Di questa celebrata e intramontabile rivista mensile illustrata, offriamo la raccolta di "tutto il pubblicato" dal gennaio 1928 (Anno I, n, 1) al dicembre 1995 (n. 629). Casabella può essere descritta attraverso la storia delle variazioni dei suoi nomi: - 1928/1929: "La Casa bella. Arti e industrie de l'arredamento" e poi "Rivista per gli amatori de La Casa bella", edita dallo Studio Editoriale Milanese. Diretta da G. Marangoni. (in 24 numeri) - 1930/1932 (dal n. 25 al 60): "La Casa bella". Direzione di A. Bonfiglioli. - 1933/1937 (dal 61 al 120): "Casabella. Rivista mensile di architettura e di tecnica", pubblicata dall'Editoriale Domus. Diretta da G. Pagano - E. Persico partecipa prima come redattore e poi come condirettore fino alla morte (1936). - 1938/1939 (dal 121 al 144): "Casabella Costruzioni. Rivista mensile di architettura". Direzione di G. Pagano. - 1940/1943 (dal 145 al 191/192): "Costruzioni Casabella. Rivista mensile di architettura e di tecnica". A Pagano si affianca F. Matricardi, redattore capo. La rivista cessa le pubblicazioni su imposizione del Ministero per la cultura popolare nel dicembre 1943 (con il n. 191/192), dopo che Pagano era già stato imprigionato e deportato. - Casabella riprende nel 1946 con il titolo: "Costruzioni. Rivista mensile", diretta da F. Albini e G. Palanti (alcune copp. sono disegnate da A. Steiner). I numeri pubblicati sono: 193 - 194 - 195/198 (4 fascic. in 1) dedicati a Pagano. - Dal 1947 al 1953 la rivista non viene pubblicata. - 1953/1964: in dicembre (n. 199) riprendono le pubblicazioni, con il titolo: "Casabella Continuità. Rivista internazionale di architettura". Con il n. 223 (1959) varia il sottotitolo: "Rivista internazionale di architettura e urbanistica". Direzione di E.N. Rogers. La rivista vive un momento particolarmente intenso grazie alla partecipazione di famosi architetti quali: De Carlo, Zanuso, Gregotti, Argan, Guiducci, Nervi, Paci, Quaroni, Sacchi, Samonà, Rossi, Baffa, Canella, Semerani, Tintori, Aymonino, e con la grafica a cura di Gae Aulenti. Nel gennaio del 1965 l'editore revoca la direzione a Rogers (ultimo suo numero il 295) e predispone la cessione della testata. - 1965/1970: (nn. 296-348) "Casabella. Rivista di architettura e urbanistica", diretta da G.A. Bernasconi. E' pubblicata dall'Editoriale Domus. - 1970/1976: "Casabella. Rivista di urbanistica, architettura e disegno industriale" pubblicata da Editrice Casabella: 1972-1973 (nn. 365-377); da G. Milani di Edoardo Milani: 1973-1976 (nn. 378-412); da Industrie Grafiche Editoriali: 1976 (nn. 413-419) - la direzione è di A. Mendini. - Dal 1977: "Casabella", edita da Electa, muta il sottotitolo in "Rivista internazionale di architettura. International Architectural Review"; direzione di T. Maldonado. - Dal 1982 (n. 478) al 1995 la rivista è diretta da V. Gregotti. Nel ns. esemplare: 13 annate sono rilegate in mz. tela o tutta tela e conservano le copertine originali, mentre le restanti sono in brossura (talvolta con picc. mancanze al dorso). Inoltre i numeri dal 9 al 24 (della I e II annata) e il n. 184-185 (anno 1943) non hanno la copertina originale ma in riproduzione. Complessivamente la raccolta è ben conservata.

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        A Voyage to Pagany

      N.Y.: Macaulay, 1928. First edition. Very good condition, hard cover, no dust jacket.. Clean and solid copy. 338 pages.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Book.

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        Ashenden: or, The British Agent (First Edition)

      Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1928. First American Edition. Near Fine in an attractive, Very Good plus dust jacket. with small chips at the crown and a couple of corners, and some light toning along the spine and flap folds. A cornerstone of espionage fiction, based on the author's experiences as a British agent, and source for the 1936 film, "Secret Agent," directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Peter Lorre and John Gielgud. Haycraft-Queen Cornerstone and Queen's Quorum. Surprisingly, a much less common title than the UK first.

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        Ashenden. Or the British Agent

      London, William Heinemann, 1928., 1928. Secret Service thriller. Second Impression. Publisher's cloth, gilt titles. Slight bubbling of cloth to front and rear panel and a trifle of wear to the head and tail of spine. Else a near fine copy. This copy inscribed by Maugham twice; once to the front endpaper "For Jack From WM", and again upside down on the rear endpaper. A pretty copy that shows well. A Haycroft-Queen cornerstone book. Two of the stories in 'Ashenden' were used by Alfred Hitchcock as the basis for 'The Secret Agent'. 'It is the archetype of the espionage novel, a precursor to the works of Ian Fleming, Len Deighton, John leCarre and Robert Ludlum.' (Book Collector 272). Book Collector; Top 200 Crime Novels (No.272). Also Stott, Rothschild, Haining; Crime Fiction p198.

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        Lady Chatterley's Lover by D. H. Lawrence

      Florence, Privately Printed, 1928. 2 p.l., 365 p.; 25.5 cm. An unexpurgated piracy. Title in red and black: lines 1, 2, and 6 in red. This appears to be Gertzman, Descriptive Bibliography of LCL 1.11 with the Warren watermark. This copy belonged to S. Foster Damon, poet, and then a young teacher at Brown. Pages 149/150 have been removed and replaced with typescript corrected in three places in pencil. The original black binding has been replaced by Dragonfly with red leather spine and Lawrencian orange-patterned paper-covered boards; fine, gift quality. Stock#OB471.

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      London: Cassell (NY: Scribner's), (1928). Minor soiling to vellum, else fine. First edition. Limited to 1000 copies SIGNED by Dulac (this no. 334) 4to. 251p. Illustrated by Edmund Dulac with 12 full-page color plates. Bound with gilt-titled vellum spine over blue cloth boards, t.e.g. Hughey 74.

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        The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments ... According to the Use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. Together with The Psalter or Psalms of David

      Boston: D. B. Updike at his Merrymount Press, 1928 [-1930]. First edition. Leather_bound. Near Fine. Folio. xli + 611 pages. Printed throughout in red and black. Griffiths 1927/10B and 1930/1. Light foxing to final signature visible on colophon. Top edge trimmed and gilt. Other edges uncut. Bound in original burgundy pigskin with title and four faux bands and straps stamped in black. Hinges cracked at top and bottom with evidence of early repair. Custom velvet lined clamshell box with gilt title on leather spine label. One of 500 unnumbered copies printed by Updike at his Merrymount Press. A finely printed copy of the 1929 American BCP, financed by J.P. Morgan. Updike was a lifelong Episcopalian with a solid knowledge of the liturgical and practical requirements of the use of the Prayer Book. Updike took great pride in this printing, which took two dedicated years to complete, and is considered to be his crowning achievement.

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        Millions of Cats

      Coward McCann, Inc, New York 1928 - First issue book in a later issue dust jacket. Book contains the first issue point of the Jersey City imprint on the copyright page. Both book and jacket are in very good condition. The book has some rubbing along the top and bottom edges, as well as bending at the spine and at corners. A previous owner has taken pencil to underline several words throughout. Original owner's name on the title page. Jacket intact but shows darkening. Book comes housed in a custom slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Klosy i poklosie Wystawy Naucz. w Kamionce".

      - Typ: teka 10 fotografii i 6 rysunkow tuszem; Haslo: Kamionka Strumilowa; Przyn. adm.: Kresy - powiat Kamionka Strumilowa wojewodztwo tarnopolskie (Ukraina); Sygnatura: Fotografie sygnowane pieczecia "Zaklad fotograficzny Menkesa w Kamionce Str." i nieczytelnie na rysunkach.; Technika: Rysunki czarnym tuszem (5 tablic i okladka) oraz 10 fotografii,; Format: fotografie kazda okolo 117x161-174, rysunki 239x163 (karta).; Uwagi: Fotografie z Wystawy Nauczycielskiej z 1928, profesjonalne fotografie bardzo dobrej jakosci.; Kategorie tematyczne: architektura szkoly, przyroda gospodarstwo domowe, zawody i zajecia / Architektur Schulen/Schule, Berufe und Beschäftigungen/Beruf und Beschäftigung Natur Hauswirtschaft / architecture schools/school, jobs and professions/job and occupation nature/wildlife household / Handzeichnung / drawing; Rysunki i fotografie w ladnym stanie, okladka nieznacznie uszkodzona.

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        Bambi. A Life in the Woods [Bambi, ein Leben im Walde]. Foreword by John Galsworthy

      Simon & Schuster, NY, 1928. 'First Printing in America, July, 1928'. With 26 black & white plates. Translated by Whitaker Chambers. Illustrations by Kurt Wiese. First published 1926; first translated into English in 1928; film rights sold to Sidney Franklin in 1933; Disney movie released 1942. Life of a deer in the Danube forest. Green cloth stamped in gold, top edge green, color pictorial endpapers; white pictorial dj printed in green & black; waterstain along top edge & down dj spine extends to book spine & along top edges of flyleaves; internally clean; Very Good. Stock#OB723.

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      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]

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        Harry: Being the Recollections of an English Boy, who served four years in the Union Army during the Civil War

      Iowa Printing Company, Iowa City, Iowa 1928 - First edition. 12mo. Maroon cloth gilt. Small rubberstamped name of the author on the dedication page, modest spot on the front board, else near fine. Scarce. *OCLC* locates six copies in the U.S. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Letters of Henry James to Walter Berry

      Paris: The Black Sun Press, 1928. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Wide 4to. Paper wrappers with cello cover. First edition, one of only 100 copies, this being number 76. Small amounts of expected wear to delicate cello wrapper, else near fine. Scarce.

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        Houdini, His Life-Story - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1928. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. A handsome First Edition/First Printing copy in Near Fine condition in the rare original, Very Good dust-jacket. Very small area of glue residue inside rear cover, book otherwise bright without markings and only little rubbing of spine and edges. An important piece of magic history; Houdini's rise from obscure dime-museum performer to the brightest star of "Big Time" is only part of Kellock's story. His personality and his private life are fully as fascinating and romantic as his public career. Kellock's intimate account is based on the recollections and document of Beatrice Houdini, his wife and only person party to all his secrets .

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      London: Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers), Ltd., n.d.. [1928]. original pictorial blue-gray cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black.. A fine copy. Formerly, August Derleth's copy with his signature dated. 1929 on front free endpaper. (#74255). First edition. Collects twelve stories. Excellent ghost stories juxtaposing nature mysticism with graphic horrors to striking effect; including classics "The Face," "Naboth's Vineyard," and "And No Bird Sings." "A competent, well- handled collection." - Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 145. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, pp. 31-2. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-17. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, pp. 30-1. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature III, pp. 1433-35 (overview of Benson's horror fiction; pp. 1434-35 critiques "The Face"). Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-16. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 67. Bleiler (1978), p. 21. Reginald 01135.

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        Tales of Fresh-Water Fishing

      New York: Harper & Brothers. 1928. First. First edition. Quarto. Very near fine in very good plus dustwrapper with some very shallow chips and tears, mostly near the spine ends. Exceptionally scarce in jacket. .

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        The House at Pooh Corner

      London: Methuen. 1928. First. First edition. Decorations by E.H. Shepard. Offsetting from the jacket flaps else fine in very near fine dustwrapper with a couple of tiny nicks at the crown, and a little subtle tanning to the spine. A book in which we learn the derivation of the game of Poohsticks; it is shown that Tiggers don't climb trees; and ultimately we leave Pooh and Christopher Robin in an enchanted place. Or perhaps it's the other way around. A lovely copy. .

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        BEHIND THE MAGICIAN'S CURTAIN. An Exhibition of Books and prints Relating to Conjuring and Magic. On Exhibition at the New York Public Library

      New York, 1928.. FIRST EDITION 1928. Slim stapled booklet, approximately 175 x 115 mm, 7 x 4½ inches, beige thin card wrappers, printed title to upper cover, frontispiece and 1 illustration, 12 pages. Staples rusted otherwise a very good copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Works

      Oxford: Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-upon-Avon, and published for the Press by Basil Blackwell, 1928-9 One of 375 sets on Batchelor's Kelmscott handmade paper, out of a total edition of 386 copies. Edited by A.W. Pollard and others. . Original blue paper boards with natural linen spines, paper spine labels. . Eight volumes, quarto. Seventy hand-colored woodcut illustrations, twenty hand-colored woodcut diagrams. Calligraphic half-titles, title-pages, and contents pages in red and black by Joscelyne V. Gaskin. Paragraph marks in red and blue, first initial in gold, other initials and sections headings printed in blue after designs by Gaskin, some shoulder notes printed in blue, occasional text printed in red and blue. Spine labels darkened, but a near fine set?tight, clean and partially unopened. The figures of the Canterbury Pilgrims were freely drawn from the Ellesmere manuscript (now at the Huntington Library) by Hugh Chesterman. The miniatures in The Romaunt of the Rose were redrawn by Lynton H. Lamb from a fourteenth-century French manuscript, MS. Egerton 881, at the British Museum. Other manuscripts from the Bodleian Library and Cambridge University were used for the illustrations to The Compleynte of Mars and A Treatise on the Astrolabe, as well as for two portraits of Chaucer. Woodcuts from Richard Pynson's 1526 three-volume edition of Chaucer were redrawn by Lynton H. Lamb to illustrate A Parlement of Foules, Troilus and Criseyde, The House of Fame, and The Legende of Good Women, and woodcuts from Vincent's early sixteenth-century Lyon edition of Boethius were adapted for De consolacione philosophie.

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