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        Ten Photographs Of Work In Progress For Interior Decorations Of Los Angeles City Hall, 1928

      Los Angeles: Herman Sachs, 1928. 1st Edition . No Binding. Near Fine. Original Photographs. Ten Photographs Of Work And Workmen During Construction And Installation Of Interior Decorations On Los Angeles City Hall In 1928. Born In Romania To Jewish Parents, Herman [Hermann] Sachs Immigrated To The U.S. As A Child. He First Trained Under His German-Born Father, A Painter In The Court Of Queen Elisabeth Of Romania. Sachs Continued His Artistic Training In Europe, Spending The 1910-1920 Period In Germany, Where He Founded The Munich School Of Expressionists (Munchen Expressionist Werkstätten). Upon Returning To The United States In 1920, Sachs Exhibited At The Art Institute Of Chicago And Established The Chicago Industrial Art School, Which Soon Failed Due To Lack Of Sufficient Funding. Afterward, Sachs Became The First Director Of The Dayton Museum Of Fine Arts, Now The Dayton Art Institute. During This Time, He Also Served As The U.S. Representative Of Artist George Grosz. Around 1924, Sachs Moved To Los Angeles Where He Designed The Interiors Of The New Gas Company Building. As A Muralist And Decorator, Sachs Went On To Design The Interiors Of Many Los Angeles Landmarks, Including The Bullocks Wilshire Building (Now Home To Southwestern Law School), Union Station, Los Angeles City Hall, And The Title Insurance And Trust Company Building. An Educator As Well As An Artist, Sachs Also Directed The Creative Art Students League Of Los Angeles. Sachs Was Active Within The L.A. Weimar Exile Community Of Artists, Writers, And Filmmakers. His Friend, The Architect Rudolph Schindler, Designed Sachs' L.A. House, The Manola Court Apartments.

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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        The Imperial Dragon. Translated by M. H. Bourchier.

      - [New York], Brentano's [but 'manufactured in Great Britan'], 1928. Original black cloth-backed orange boards, spine lettered in orange, colour-lithographic dust-wrapper designed by F D; pp. 319; a superb copy. Judith Gautier, daughter of the romantic 'orientalist' Thà ofile, was an oriental scholar focusing on China and Japan. This work, originally published in 1869 is a novel of ancient China recreating life and civilisation of Imperial China. Judith Gautier is often described as Wagners "muse" during Parsifal - as Mathilde Wesendonk is supposed to have been his muse during the creation of Tristan - it is certain that Judith Gautier and Wagner were close. Alegedly Wagner named his chaise-longue after her. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Photograph Album of Ancient Sites in Greece Such as Athens, Eleusis, Olympia.

      Greece, Sicily, Turkey, France, 1928-29, 1928. Contains 101 gelatin silver print photographs and 19 postcards mounted onto taupe cardstock leaves, with manuscript captions throughout. (Most of these views pertain to Greece, a scant few to Sicily and Turkey; 21 photographs and 16 postcards pertain to France.) Photographs vary in size, the smallest measuring approximately 8 x 5 cm, and the largest 13 x 8,5 cm. Oblong 8vo. string-tied album with paper boards, measuring approximately 31 x 25 cm. Wear to boards, otherwise in Very Good Condition. A photographic celebration of antiquity exudes from this album, with views of towering pillars, grand theatres, mythological statues, an underground occult sanctuary, imposing stone structures... numerous relics erected by formidable ancient civilizations and since reduced to rubble and mystery. Rather uncommon are the photographs of the ruins of ancient Eleusis, where the Eleusinian Mysteries took place, with a close-up view of the entablature of the Lesser Propylaea or gateway. Scenes in Olympia begin with a view of the Kladeos Valley, followed by the Temple of Hera columns, the fallen pillars of Zeus, and Kronos Hill which Greeks believe to be the birthplace of Zeus. Knossos is also highlighted by the photographer's lens, which illustrate its famous giant pithois (jars), a wall of frescoes, and an area which was then undergoing restoration. At Athens' ancient acropolis, photographs show the following: the Propylaea, a monumental gateway into the acropolis; the Parthenon; Theseion - the Temple of Hephaestus or Hephaisteion; the Erechtheion temple; the Temple of Athena Nike which is the earliest fully Ionic temple; the Theatre of Dionysus, called Eleuthereus; the immense pillars and remnants of the Temple Olympian Zeus; Asclepeion temple - a healing place dedicated to Greek god of medicine; a lovely view of Caryatids of the Erechtheion [About 50 years after this photograph was taken, in 1978, five of the caryatids would be removed to the Acropolis Museum and replaced with replicas.]; the entrance to the underground Asklepion sacred spring and shrine, situated beneath the Parthenon, and formerly used for healing rituals which involved snakes; the 11th century Byzantine Monastery known as Daphni of Dafni, situated a few miles outside of Athens.. Photo.

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      NY: Minton, Balch & Company, 1928. First edition, first prnt. Page 33 tipped in. Minimal shelfwear and faint page toning, small book shop sticker on rear pastedown; dustjacket with a two inch narrow tear at front flap fold, small chip at spine ends and rear panel separated from spine (not apparent under the archival cover), short closed tear on front panel and toning, mostly on the spine which has a thin two inch piece missing. Despite the details, dustjacket looks quite presentable. Very Good+ conditiion a Very Good dustjacket with a Durafold mylar cover. Tate's first collection following his biography of Stonewall Jackson.. Hardcover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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      - Thirty-seven volumes, comprising 7th/1928; 17th/1938; 21st/1942; 24th/1945 through to 48th/1969; 50th/1971 through to 53rd/1974; 55th/1976 through to 59th/1980; numerous coloured and black & white illustrations, some folding; demy 4to; cloth, occasionally foxed or lightly marked, a couple of volumes faded; thirteen volumes with dust wrapper (some lightly marked and worn) and ten in slipcases; some occasional foxing of leaves; ADC Publications, New York, 1928-1980. *The title changed to \i Annual of Advertising and Editorial Art and Design (numbers 32-45) and \i Annual of Advertising, Editorial, and Television Art and Design (numbers 46-59). Sold as a collection, uncollated. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The

      London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1928 - Arthur Rackham Awakens Sleepy HollowBound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe for E. Joseph[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. IRVING, Washington. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. London: George G. Harrap & Co., [1928].Limited to 250 numbered copies for England (this copy being No. 211) and 125 copies for the United States, signed by Arthur Rackham. Quarto (10 1/8 x 7 7/8 inches; 258 x 200 mm.). 102, [1], [1, blank] pp. Eight color plates and thirty drawings in black and white. Minimal marginal foxing throughout, otherwise fine.Bound ca. 1992 by Sangorski & Sutcliffe for E. Joseph (stamp-signed in gilt on front turn-in) in full dark green crushed levant morocco. Covers ruled in gilt, front cover pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt to match the original 1928 cover design, spine paneled and lettered in gilt in compartments, gilt-ruled board edges and decorative gilt turn-ins, top edge gilt, others uncut, original color printed pictorial endpapers. A fine copy.By 1928, the traditional Rackham book - freely and lavishly illustrated, and lushly produced - was, culturally no longer in fashion nor financially feasible. Artistically, Rackham's work was being overshadowed by a younger generation. Publisher George Harrap stepped in, took up the challenge, and, through production economies, published a new kind of Rackham book. But if the volumes were not as spectacular as in the past, the artwork was no less impressive.Latimore and Haskell, pp. 63-64. Riall, pp. 164-165. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Nietzsches Briefe. Ausgewählt und herausgegeben von Richard Oehler.

      393 (1) Seiten (2) Blatt Verlagswerbung 8, gebundene Ausgabe, schwarzer Original Halb_Leineneinband die Buchecken bestossen, der Seiten- und Unterschnitt stockfleckig, ebenso die ersten 20 und letzten 40 Seiten, auf dem Titelblatt unten kleiner Stempel des Vorbesitzers, ansonsten sauber und frisch, auf dem Vorsatz persönliche Widmung der Schwetser Nietzsches, signiert und datiert (Weihnachten 1928). Therese Elisabeth Alexandra Nietzsche (* 10. Juli 1846 in Röcken - + 8. November 1935 in Weimar), bekannt als Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche, war die Schwester des Philosophen Friedrich Nietzsche. Als alleinige Nachlassverwalterin ihres Bruders, Gründerin und Leiterin des Weimarer Nietzsche-Archivs konnte sie in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts den Nietzsche-Kult in Deutschland inszenieren und lenken. Signaturen von Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche sind äußerst selten!!

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        The Works of Arthur Machen

      London: Martin Secker, 1928. Limited. hardcover. near fine. 8 vols. (lacks vol. 1), 8vo, 3/4 maroon leather, gilt-stamped raised bands, uncut, t.e.g. London: Martin Secker, (1928). The Caerleon Edition. Limited Edition, one of 1000 sets. A near fine set. 8 vols. (lacks vol. 1), 8vo, 3/4 maroon leather, gilt-stamped raised bands, uncut, t.e.g. London: Martin Secker, (1928). The Caerleon Edition. Limited Edition, one of 1000 sets. A near fine set.

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      - Being the collected poetry of Hugh McCrae. Illustrated and decorated by Norman Lindsay. With an Introduction by Thomas Earp. Pp. xx+176+[2](colophon, verso blank), 35 collotype or gravure plates (including the frontispiece) and 10 drawings (half-title and title page vignettes, pictorial headpieces and tailpiece); wide demy 4to; full green stained artificially grained sheepskin, spine lettered in gilt, with small design by Lindsay in gilt on the upper board, the leather lightly rubbed, corners and spine extremities a trifle worn, the spine faded; t.e.g., others uncut; bookplate of George M. Gray on upper pastedown, plus bookplate of Harold L. Sheard and a small handwritten price sticker on the upper free endpaper, a little faint offsetting of plates; Fanfrolico Press, London, 1928. First edition, limited to 550 numbered copies on Barcham Green's handmade paper. Arnold 20. *Contains the text of Hugh McCrae's previous volumes of poetry \i Satyrs & Sunlight (1909), \i Columbine (1920), and \i Idyllia (1922); plus the previously unpublished \i Orleans & \i Isabelle . Harold L. Sheard (1890-1975) is best known for assembling the archive of his friend, anthropologist Charles P. Mountford, and donating the collection to the State Library of South Australia. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Canti Orfici ed altre Liriche. Opera completa con Prefazione di Bino Binazzi.Firenze, Vallecchi, 1928.

      Firenze, Vallecchi 1928 - Cm. 20, pp. 166. Brossura editoriale. Titoli in rosso e nero. Ottimo esemplare. Seconda edizione dei Canti Orfici, capolavoro poetico del Novecento italiano. Cfr. Gambetti-Vezzosi, Rarità bibliografiche del Novecento italiano, p. 161: "Edizione aumentata di cinque poesie apparse su periodici . Edizione non comune e molto ricercata". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio]
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        C. P. P.

      - Paris: C. P. P., 1928-1929. Oblong folio, unpaginated, hundreds of full-page color wallpaper samples in a variety of mediums, with sample names and numbers stamped to verso, distributor's "terms and conditions" affixed to front pastedown, two pages of "examples of combinations" with b&w plates inlaid, eight pages of small inlaid samples from each collection. Original bolted gray cloth, company logo printed in silver to upper board. Edges slightly worn and frayed, faint scattered stains on upper board; internally very good. An annual French wallpaper sample book, featuring "friezes, rich papers, and modern compositions" available until December 1929. Designs are mainly floral or botanical, many friezes and tapestry patterns. A vast and beautifully printed sample book of less expensive wall papers available from this distributor. Offers a glimpse of French interior design aesthetics that would have been accessible to a middle class homemaker. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The American Panorama Collection of Hand Printed Fabrics and Matching Wallpapers. SOL.

      Large folio. New York and Cleveland: The S. M. Hexter Company, [circa 1950s?]. Large folio, 20 x 20", unpaginated, small price list leaf slipped in, two pages of b&w photos and an introduction, over 100 full-page screen printed wallpaper samples of varying sizes, all with matching fabric samples inlaid to small printed leaf bound between facing pages. Original bolted black cloth, decorative paper boards, with company logo and address stamped to upper board in black and white. Edges and corners slightly bumped, some scattered scuff marks, internally complete; very good. "In developing the theme American Panorama for the new "Trend of the Times Wallpapers," Virginia Hamill, in her special way, brings to all Americans not just the obvious pictorial America, but also some of the little things that have meant so much to most of us in our remembrances of pleasant happenings and sensations as we grew up...American ideas for American houses... [a]s varied as the American scene." "Virginia Hamill, one of the first American women in the field of industrial design, [and] called herself a "decorative art consultant." Under this broad title, she gained prominence as an exhibition organizer and designer, retail merchandiser, product stylist, and interior designer and educator. She was influential in her use of department store exhibitions to introduce European modernist design to mainstream American consumers. Hamill may be best known as the Executive Director of R.H. Macy and Co.'s 1928 International Exposition of Art and Industry, for which she scouted, selected, and organized hundreds of examples of furniture and objects by a wide range of international designers ("

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        C. P. P.

      Oblong folio. Paris: C. P. P., 1928-1929. Oblong folio, unpaginated, hundreds of full-page color wallpaper samples in a variety of mediums, with sample names and numbers stamped to verso, distributor's "terms and conditions" affixed to front pastedown, two pages of "examples of combinations" with b&w plates inlaid, eight pages of small inlaid samples from each collection. Original bolted gray cloth, company logo printed in silver to upper board. Edges slightly worn and frayed, faint scattered stains on upper board; internally very good. An annual French wallpaper sample book, featuring "friezes, rich papers, and modern compositions" available until December 1929. Designs are mainly floral or botanical, many friezes and tapestry patterns. A vast and beautifully printed sample book of less expensive wall papers available from this distributor. Offers a glimpse of French interior design aesthetics that would have been accessible to a middle class homemaker.

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        Bibel. Die Heilige Schrift des Alten und Neuen Testamentes. Bebildert von Friedensreich Hundertwasser.

      6 nn. Blätter 1184 Seiten 2 nn. Blätter 353 Seiten (verso weiss) 39 (1) Seitern 8 nn. Blätter mit 80 Farbtafeln und 4 Karten. 4, gebundene Ausgabe, Ganz-Webleineneinband mit Samt und farbigen Metallfolienplättchen im Schuber die Bibel mit zwei Lesebändchen ungelesen und wie neu. Anmerkung vom Pattloch Verlag: auf ausdrücklichen Wunsch des Künstlers Friedensreich Hundertwasser soll jeder Einband in seiner Art einzigartig sein. Jede Bibel zeichnet sich durch eine andere Fsrbkombination in der Leinenwebung aus. Ebenfalls unterscheiden sich die Exemplare in den farbigen Einlegearbeiten. So gleicht kein Exemplar dem anderen. Friedensreich Hundertwasser (* 15. Dezember 1928 in Wien - + 19. Februar 2000 an Bord der Queen Elizabeth 2 bei Neuseeland), vollständig: Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser, bürgerlich: Friedrich Stowasser, war ein berühmter österreichischer Künstler, der vorrangig als Maler, aber auch in den Bereichen Architektur und Umweltschutz tätig war. Sein Künstlername ergibt sich daraus, dass sto in slawischen Sprachen hundert heißt.Er trat zeitlebens als Gegner der geraden Linie und jeglicher Standardisierung auf, was insbesondere bei seinen Arbeiten im Bereich der Baugestaltung wirksam ist, die sich durch fantasievolle Lebendigkeit und Individualität auszeichnen.

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        The House at Pooh Corner

      London: Methuen & Co. 1928 - First Edition, Octavo, pp xi, 178. Publisher’s salmon cloth covered boards with gilt titling to spine and gilt decoration to front board of Christopher Robin, Pooh and Piglet. Illustrated end papers. In original first state dust jacket (179th Thousand for When We Were Very Young to the rear flap). Published two years after Winnie the Pooh, this is the book which introduced Tigger to the world. Near Fine Condition book (no inscription or markings internally, slight offsetting on endpapers) in a Very Good+ condition dust jacket, which is slightly worn on the spine and has a 4mm chip at tail of spine. Excellent copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Picture This (PBFA, IVPDA)]
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        C. P. P.

      Paris: C. P. P., 1928-1929. Oblong folio, unpaginated, hundreds of full-page color wallpaper samples in a variety of mediums, with sample names and numbers stamped to verso, distributor’s “terms and conditions” affixed to front pastedown, two pages of “examples of combinations” with b&w plates inlaid, eight pages of small inlaid samples from each collection. Original bolted gray cloth, company logo printed in silver to upper board. Edges slightly worn and frayed, faint scattered stains on upper board; internally very good. An annual French wallpaper sample book, featuring “friezes, rich papers, and modern compositions” available until December 1929. Designs are mainly floral or botanical, many friezes and tapestry patterns. A vast and beautifully printed sample book of less expensive wall papers available from this distributor. Offers a glimpse of French interior design aesthetics that would have been accessible to a middle class homemaker.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Shore Road Mystery, The Hardy Boys Mystery Series # 6 ( THICK Red cloth with Hardy Boy Badge on Front Cover ) Rare 1st edition, 3rd printing

      Grosset & Dunlap 1928 - HBDJ, 1928,1st edition, 3rd printing, Pre-Text Lists Thru this Title, RED cloth Cover Has minor Rub, Wear & Scuff & small stain & Circular light Stain, Crease Spine Cover, Tiny Chips Extremities,DJ HAS White Spine, DJ has rub, Wear, Scuff & Large piece missing from Front & Half way up Spine Missing altho you can still read Titles with the exception of T in word The on Top Spine, small mended Tears DJ, Front inner Flap DJ missing, VG/PoorDJ, AS-IS , Interior Book Nice, Tight Clean, Few pgs light brown Stains, 212 pgs,Ads in Back starting with Hardy Boys Series listing 7 titles ending with Secret Caves,Then Western Stories For Boys, Scott Flying Stories with 10 titles ending with Jungle Trails, Rover Boys Series AD, Then Roy Boys Series , Tom Swift Series , Don Sturdy with 9 titles ending with Lion Land, , Back inner flap Don Sturdy Titles listed with Lion Land as Last, Back of DJ XBar Boys with 9 titles ending with Lost Rockies, [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Images cachées -

      Éditions de la Roseraie 1928 -, Paris - 1 In-4 101 pp. Sous chemise rempliée imprimée. Chemise et étui. Avec des lithographies de Luc-Albert MOREAU. Parfait état Exemplaire n° I, imprimé spécialement pour l'auteur, sur japon blanc nacré. Joint :- 4 l.a.s. de Luc-Albert Moreau à Boissais, 1938-1946. 4 p. in-8, signées.Provenance Bibliothèque Jan Van der Marck

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        Tumors arising from the blood vessels of the brain

      Springfield: Charles C Thomas, 1928. Cushing, Harvey (1879-1939) and Percival W. Bailey (1892-1973). Tumors arising from the blood-vessels of the brain: Angiomatous malformations and hemangioblastomas. x, 219, [3]pp. Text illustrations. Springfield, IL and Baltimore, MD: Charles C Thomas, 1928. 244 x 163 mm. Original dark blue cloth, printed dust-jacket (upper extremity chipped). Slight edgewear but fine. First Edition, scarce in dust-jacket. Contains the first extensive classification and description of angiomatous malformations and hemangioblastomas. "A beautifully illustrated monograph based on 29 cases of one of the rarest and most interesting group of cranial tumors . . . One thousand copies were printed of which 270 bore the English imprint" (Bibliography of the Writings of Harvey Cushing 13).

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1928 - 1928 Original Hardback Wisden

      1928 - This book is very similar to the '29, perhaps purchased together , some spine gilt touch ups and wear (name removal to the front paste downs) , strong hinges which is nice to see in a 1928 and clean pages, great photoplate. Benno s Notes : Pages 185-187 folded in bottom corner 5mm. More information on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Landstreicher. Roman.

      Mchn., Albert Langen 1928 - 2 w. Bll., 494 S., 1 Bl. (Verlagsanz.), 2 w. Bll. 8°. Rotbraune HLdr. d. Zt. (Maroquin) auf 4 Bünden mit farb. Deckenbezug, Kopfgoldschnitt und Lesebändchen. - Widmungsexemplar des Literaturnobelpreisträgers Knut Hamsun. - Erste dt. Ausgabe (1. bis 20. Tsd.; norw.: "Landstrykere"). - Übers. von Julius Sandmeier und Sophie Angermann. - Fliegendes Vorsatzblatt mit eigenhändiger Widmung und Signatur von Knut Hamsun aus dem Jahre 1939 an den Bürgermeister von Stuttgart: "Herrn Oberbürgermeister Dr. Karl Strölin mit meinem ergebensten Dank und Gruss. Knut Hamsun. Nörholm, 28 Decbr. 1939.". - Beiliegend ein Luftpostbrief des norwegischen Malers und Schriftstellers Tore Hamsun (Sohn von Knut Hamsun; 1912-1995; Brief dat. "Puerto Mogan Cran Canaria 25.3.94"), in dem er handschriftlich auf die Frage eingeht, wofür Karl Strölin das Widmungsexemplar erhielt: "Zur Widmung an den Oberbürgermeister im Roman 'Landstreicher' kann ich wenig sagen. Es ist wahrscheinlich, dass meine Eltern im Jahre 1939 die Stadt Strölin [d.i. ein Verständnisfehler] besucht hat. Meine Schwester, Ellinor, die in Deutschland wohnte, war zu dieser Zeit krank und meine Eltern waren damals ein paar mal bei Ihr [. . .] Mit den freundlichsten Grüßen Ihr Tore Hamsun." (1 einseitig beschriebenes Blatt mit Briefumschlag). - Rücken im unteren Bereich mit kleiner Nummer auf Oblate. - Sehr schöne Halblederausgabe, von sehr guter Erhaltung. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Handschrift auf Kalbspergament

      1928 - Kurt Siebert (1889-1938). Handschrift auf Kalbspergament, Umschlag u. 8 Bll. K. Siebert scripsit in Schreibmeister-Sütterlin, 1928. 12,5 : 7,6 cm. Zeitkonforme künstlerische Kalligraphie in veredelter Sütterlin (ab 1942 wurde diese Schrift in Grundschulen nicht mehr gelehrt). Text: »Schleiermachers Idee zu einem Katechismus für edle Frauen«, vom Schreiber vorangestellte Widmung »Hella zum 2. 9. 1928«. Dem verzierten Widmungsblatt mit Federzügen folgen Die zehn Gebote und Der Glaube, jeweils mit Zwischentitel, auf zwölf Seiten, letztes Blatt vakat. Jedes Blatt in braunem Linienrahmen. Schrift in Schwarz, Ziffern in Rot. – Kurt Seibert studierte über vier Jahre an der Akademie für Kunst und Kunstgewerbe in Breslau, u. a. Schüler von Hans Pölzig, ab 1919 tätig in der Staatl. Kunstbibliothek Berlin. Zu seinem Plakatschaffen (vgl. W. F. Schubert, Die deutsche Werbegraphik, 1927) addiert sich sein 1931 erschienenes »Meisterbuch deutscher Schrift« (liegt hier bei, mit Schuber), ergänzt von: »Seltene deutsche Schreibmeisterbücher«, in: Die zeitgemäße Schrift, Lpz., Januar 1937. Zur Bibliographie vgl. G. Cinamon, German graphic designers during the Hitler period (www. germandesigners. net). Eine Gedächtnisausstellung war Kurt Siebert im November 1939 im Lette-Verein, Berlin, eingerichtet, der dazu erschienene Katalog von Lotte Siebert-Wernekink, 8 S. mit Porträt und Schriftbeispielen, liegt hier ebenfalls bei. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Nagyváros [Manhattan Transfer]. Regény [Roman]. Fordította [Übersetzung] Gaál Andor. Umschlag von G[usztáv] V[égh]

      DOS PASSOS, John: Nagyváros [Manhattan Transfer]. Regény [Roman]. Fordította [Übersetzung] Gaál Andor. Umschlag von G[usztáv] V[égh]. Budapest: Athenaeum [1928]. 8°. 472 S. Originale Verlagsbroschur mit mehrfarbig illustriertem Umschlagtitel. Erste ungarische Ausgabe dieses im Original 1925 erschienenen prototypischen Großstadtromans, der den »urban jungle« New Yorks der frühen 1920er-Jahre erzählt. Der brillante kubofuturistische Umschlagsentwurf für diese Ausgabe, die im sich ebenfalls als Metropole verstehenden Budapest starke Rezeption fand, stammt von Gusztáv Végh (1889-1937), der vor allem als Buchgestalter und Plakatkünstler hervortrat und dem Umfeld der ungarischen Avantgarde rund um Lajos Kassáks Ma-Gruppe und dem Plakatkünstler Mihály Bíro zuzurechnen ist. Exemplar an den Rändern berieben und bestoßen, Umschlagkanten eselsohrig, Hinterseite des Umschlags mit leicht sichtbaren Tintenspuren, Kapitale außen mit säurefreiem Klebeband verstärkt, insgesamt gut erhalten, selten. Vollmer V, 194 (Végh)

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        Électrons et Photons. Rapports et Discussions du Cinquieme Conseil de Physique tenu a Bruxelles du 24 au 29 Octobre 1927 sous les Auspices de L'Institut International de Physique de Solvay. Publiés par la Commission administrative de l'Institut.

      Paris: Gauthier Villars, 1928. First edition, rare in the original printed wrappers, of the proceedings of the fifth Solvay Congress, where the debate between Bohr and Einstein on the consistency and completeness of quantum mechanics began. It was at this, the most famous of the Solvay conferences, that Einstein, disenchanted with Heisenberg's uncertainly principle, made his famous remark that "God does not play dice," to which Niels Bohr replied, "Einstein, stop telling God what to do!" Seventeen of the twenty-nine attendees, which included nearly all the principal architects of the old and the new quantum theory, were or became Nobel Prize winners. "The three and a half years since the fourth Solvay Conference ... were marked by enormous progress in quantum physics. Partly based on discoveries and ideas that had been available already before 1924 − such as the Compton effect and matter waves − the new atomic theory had arisen, which did more than throw new light on the difficulties discussed at the 1924 conference: quantum or wave mechanics went right to the heart of the problems posed by atomic phenomena. The two subjects put programmatically into the title of the fifth Solvay Conference − electrons and photons − designated the crucial points of interest, because 'electrons' also stood for the smallest, massive constituents of matter, and they now became associated with waves, and 'photons' (a name given only recently, in October 1926 by the physical chemist Gilbert N. Lewis, to Einstein's light-quanta) characterized the quantum-theoretical aspect of electromagnetic radiation. It was the declared intention of the Scientific Committee of the Institut International de Physique Solvay to contribute by scientific reports and discussions about them to the clarification of the scientific concepts in the physics of the day. In retrospect, one may indeed attribute an important success to the 1927 Solvay Conference in marking the completion of the ideas that had first been discussed in the international physics community sixteen years previously at the first Solvay Conference of 1911" (Mehra & Rechenberg, pp. 233-4). The present volume contains the following reports, and discussions about them by the participants: 'The Intensity of the Reflection of X-rays,' by Bragg; 'Disagreement between Experience and the Electromagnetic Theory of Radiation,' by Compton; 'The New Dynamics of Quanta,' by de Broglie; 'The Mechanics of Quanta,' by Born and Heisenberg; 'The Mechanics of Waves,' by Schrödinger; 'The Quantum Postulate and the New Development of Atomic Theory,' by Bohr. No copies located in auction records. In 1911 the Belgian industrialist Ernest Solvay invited a group of the world's most prominent physicists, including Einstein, Planck, Lorentz, Sommerfeld, Rutherford and Marie Curie, to participate in a scientific conference on the difficulties of reconciling classical physics with quantum theory. The conference "set the style for a new type of scientific meetings, in which a select group of the most well informed experts in a given field would meet to discuss the problems at its frontiers, and would seek to define the steps for their solution" (Mehra, Solvay Conferences, p. xv). The first Solvay Conference--widely considered a turning point in the history of modern physics--was so successful that in the following year Solvay established a foundation, now known as the International Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry, "to encourage the researches which would extend and deepen the knowledge of natural phenomena" (ibid.) and to sponsor further conferences. The next two Solvay Conferences met in 1913 and 1921; subsequent conferences have been held every three years except during wartime. "From amongst the members of the Scientific Committee [of the 1927 Congress], two had already played a leading role in 1911: the Chairman Hendrik Lorentz and Albert Einstein; the latter had presented then the most revolutionary report [on the light quantum]. In spring 1926, in the early stage of preparing for the new conference, Lorentz again requested Einstein to write a report. The latter answered promptly: 'If you wish that I take over the report on quantum statistics, I shall do so with pleasure; because, without being in great difficulty, I shall never say "no" to you' (Einstein to Lorentz, 1 May 1926) ... On 17 June 1927, Einstein wrote to Lorentz: 'I recall having committed myself to you to give a report on quantum statistics at the Solvay [Conference]. After much reflection back and forth, I came to the conclusion that I am not competent for giving such a report in a way which really corresponds to the state of the thing. The reason is that I have not been able to participate as intensively in the modern development of quantum theory as would be necessary for that purpose. This is in part because I have on the whole too little receptive talent for fully following the stormy developments, in part also because I do not approve of the purely statistical way of thinking on which the new theory is founded ...' As a substitute speaker for the topic assigned to him, he proposed either Enrico Fermi from Italy or Paul Langevin from France. Ultimately, however, neither of them gave the report on Einstein's subject. Instead, Niels Bohr agreed to contribute a report on a different topic: namely, on his latest considerations on the problem of the interpretation of quantum mechanics. "The rapporteurs at the fifth Solvay Conference fell into three groups: the experimentalists Bragg and Compton; the theoreticians advocating the Gottingen-Cambridge-Copenhagen versions of quantum mechanics − Bohr, Born, and Heisenberg; and those of the wave-mechanical camp − de Broglie and Schrodinger. "The selection of Arthur Holly Compton seemed to be most appropriate, because the Compton effect − discovered in late 1922 − had been one of the crucial results triggering the entire development which ended with the new atomic theory by providing Einstein's light-quantum hypothesis of 1905 a firm experimental foundation. Since its discovery, and even more so after the refutation of the Bohr-Kramers-Slater theory of radiation ... Einstein's fundamental light-quantum conception ... became a physical reality. Compton's report dwelt on the conceptual consequences rather than on experimental details. In particular, he addressed the questions of the aether and of electromagnetic waves, on the one hand, and the phenomena contradicting the (classical) wave concepts, such as the photoelectric effect, X-ray diffraction, certain electron-recoil effects (observed by C. T. R. Wilson and W. Bothe in 1923), and the individual interaction between radiation-quanta and electrons (i.e., the Compton effect). Compton showed also in some detail how the Bohr-Kramers-Slater theory failed to account for these observations. "The report of William Lawrence Bragg, a regular participant in the Solvay Conferences since 1913, appeared to address, on first inspection, less central points. However, from his presentation of the material on reflection of X-rays, one easily recognizes the strategy of the Scientific Committee of the Conference: Bragg had to take over the task of stressing those radiation phenomena that could be described by the wave theory, namely, the diffraction of X-rays by crystal lattices. Consequently, he gave the story from Laue's discovery in 1912, over the subsequent work of his father William Henry Bragg and himself, to the later investigations of Paul Ewald, William Duane, and others. Bragg demonstrated in detail how the old and the new wave theories worked to describe the phenomena of diffraction and refraction of X-rays. In the discussion of Bragg's report, Hendrik Kramers presented at some length the recent development of the dispersion theory by himself and Ralph Kronig. "Both experimental reports served as a firm basis for the discussion of the theoretical concepts, which provided the central theme of the conference. This significance was shown by the discussions immediately following them. Compton's talk especially gave rise to a lively exchange of ideas and arguments, in which, besides the experimentalists (e.g., Bragg, Madame Curie, O. W. Richardson, and C. T. R. Wilson), almost all of the theoretical experts present participated, i.e., Bohr, Born, Debye, Dirac, Ehrenfest, Lorentz, Pauli, and Schrödinger − with one important exception: according to the published proceedings of the fifth Solvay Conference [offered here] Einstein remained silent after the presentations of Compton and Bragg ... "The presentation of the theoretical reports at the Solvay Conference proceeded by following the historical order in which the ideas had been published between 1923 and 1926: thus, de Broglie's talk came first, then Born and Heisenberg's, followed by Schrödinger's, and finally Bohr's ... "In the course of the year 1927, the Copenhagen physicists, Heisenberg among them, clarified their ideas on the interpretation of atomic phenomena. Although they admitted the existence (and persistence) of statistical relations in quantum mechanics, they searched for − and succeeded in − formulating principles that, in their opinion, at least, provided the deeper reason for these statistical features: the uncertainty relations and the complementarity principle. In spite of this difference in attitude toward what they regarded as truly fundamental and actually derived, Heisenberg felt no difficulty in preparing a joint Solvay report together with his former teacher Max Born. Their report provided a view of the work performed in Göttingen and Cambridge in establishing quantum mechanics, with chapters on matrix mechanics and its transformation into wave mechanics (I), the physical interpretation of the theory (II), and the uncertainty principle (III). The balance in representing the main interests of the two authors was achieved insofar as Section II dealt with Born's statistical interpretation and Section III with Heisenberg's limitation on measurements in quantum mechanics. Moreover, the Born-Heisenberg report also signaled the agreement reached by Heisenberg and Niels Bohr during the summer of 1927 ... "Louis de Broglie entitled his report 'The new dynamics of quanta'; he covered the story from his first ideas on matter waves (in 1923-24) to the advent of Schrödinger's equation (in 1926) and on to the new pilot-wave theory (in 1927). He further applied the pilot-wave theory to the problem of the hydrogen atom and claimed that the treatment yielded an easier understanding of the actual situation; finally, he spoke about the experimental verification of matter waves obtained recently in the experiments of Clinton Joseph Davisson and Lester Halbert Germer, and George Paget Thomson and Alexander Reid ... Erwin Schrödinger, on the other hand, concentrated on the mathematical aspects of his wave-mechanical scheme, the time-independent as well as the time-dependent equations, the formal equivalence of wave mechanics to the Born-Heisenberg-Jordan matrix scheme, and the relativistic wave equation. At the end of the conference, Niels Bohr presented a modified version of his Como lecture under the title 'The Quantum Postulate and the New Development of Atomic Theory' ... "Although the Born-Heisenberg and Schrödinger reports provoked only technical questions, that of de Broglie and especially the one of Bohr stimulated some conceptual discussion. Thus, Lorentz asked de Broglie how the old Sommerfeld quantum conditions could be obtained from the new matter-wave ideas, and Pauli provided an appropriate calculation using the conservation law for the relativistic electric current; also, Leon Brillouin illustrated some 'optical' applications of matter waves. Finally, Bohr's report at the end provided the proper start for a very excited 'General Discussion of the New Ideas Put Forward.' "Upon an opening reflection of Hendrik Lorentz − who expressed some reservation with respect to the new pictures of electrons in quantum and wave-mechanics − and a technical illustration of Max Born for dealing with many-electron systems in the probability scheme, Einstein addressed an elementary problem in the physical interpretation of the theory. He suggested, in particular, to consider an electron passing through a slit in a screen and to discuss the diffraction phenomena obtained. He claimed that 'with respect to [quantum mechanics] one can take two standpoints regarding its validity,' namely: Interpretation I: The de Broglie-Schrodinger waves do not correspond to a single electron, but to an electron cloud, extended in space. The theory does not give [then] any information about an ensemble of an infinity of elementary processes. Interpretation II: The theory claims to be a complete theory of individual processes. Each particle which moves towards the screen, as far as one can determine from its position and velocity, is described by a de Broglie-Schrödinger wave packet of small length and small aperture. This wave packet is diffracted and, after diffraction, arrives partly at the film [where it is registered in a resolved state] (Einstein, in the present work, pp. 254-5). "Evidently, Interpretation II went beyond I and even included the latter; it also implied that the conservation laws (especially for momentum) were valid for individual atomic processes, thus explaining the Bothe-Geiger experiment as well as other experiments. Still, Einstein also objected to this interpretation, because: 'If |Ψ|2 [where Ψ is the wave function] were simply considered as the probability for a particle to be at a place at the definite instant, it might happen that one and the same elementary process would cause an action at two or more places on the screen,' which would imply an action-at-a-distance, hence, a violation of the relativity postulate. The only way out of this difficulty had to be sought with de Broglie in further attempts to localize the microscopic particle. Einstein claimed further that the multidimensional phase space assumed for many-particle systems in quantum or wave mechanics and the corresponding permutation properties contradicted the new statistical results. "Although Lorentz tried to illuminate the statistical argument further, Wolfgang Pauli contradicted Einstein by referring to the recent work of Paul Dirac, Pascual Jordan, and Oskar Klein on field quantization. He also refuted another argument of Einstein's, that the range of forces in quantum mechanics might create problems, by pointing to the work of Walter Heitler and Fritz London on molecular binding. Dirac, at first, supported Pauli's plea; then, he stated his 'opinion about determinism and the significance of numbers which occur in the calculus of quantum theory,' notably: 'In the classical theory one starts from certain numbers which completely specify the initial state of the system, and one deduces certain numbers which specify the final state. This determination applies only to an isolated system' (Dirac, in the present work, p. 261). "Now, according to Bohr, isolated systems are by definition unobservable, because any observation must disturb the system; as a result, already 'the classical deterministic theory cannot be defended.' Furthermore: 'In the quantum theory, one starts from certain numbers from which one deduces certain [other] numbers ... The perturbations, which an observer inflicts on a system in order to observe it, are directly subject to his control and are acts of his free will. It is exclusively the numbers, which describe these acts of free choice, that can be taken as initial numbers for a calculation in the quantum theory. Other numbers specifying the initial state of the system are fundamentally unobservable and do not appear in the quantum-theoretical treatment' (Dirac, loc. cit.) ... "After Dirac had illustrated his interpretation of the quantum-mechanical process and its observation in the case of a sample collision experiment, Heisenberg remarked that he did 'not agree' with Dirac, saying 'that in the experiment described nature makes a choice,' because: 'Even if you place yourself very far from your scattering material, and if you measure after a very long time, you can obtain interference by taking two mirrors. If nature were to make a choice, it would be difficult to imagine how the interference can be produced. Evidently, we can say that nature's choice can never be known until the decisive experiment has been done; for this reason we cannot make any real objection to this choice, because the expression "nature makes a choice" does not have any physical consequences. I would say, as I have done in my latest paper, that the observer himself makes the choice, because it is not until the moment when the observation is made that the "choice" becomes a physical reality and that the phase relation in the waves, i.e., the ability to interfere, is destroyed' (Heisenberg, in the present work, pp. 264-5) ... "The differences in interpretation among the main pioneers of quantum mechanics that showed in this exchange, notably, between Bohr (and Heisenberg) and Dirac, would become more pronounced in the future ... "In the recollections of some participants of the fifth Solvay Conference, the exchange between Bohr and Einstein on fundamental questions concerning the interpretation of quantum mechanics stands out vividly. Thus, Bohr, after more than twenty years, wrote a detailed account of his 'Discussions with Einstein on Epistemological Problems in Atomic Theory,' where he introduced the important part dealing with the 1927 exchange by saying: 'At the general discussions in Como, we all missed the presence of Einstein, but soon after, in October 1927, I had the opportunity to meet him in Brussels at the Fifth Physical Conference of the Solvay Institute ... At the Solvay meetings, Einstein had from their beginning been a most prominent figure, and several of us came to the Conference with great anticipations to learn his reaction to the latest stage of the development which, to our view, went far in clarifying the problems which he had himself from the outset elicited so ingeniously. During the discussions, where the whole subject was reviewed by contributions from many sides, Einstein expressed, however, a deep concern over the extent to which causal account in space and time was abandoned in quantum mechanics.' "The official discussions referred to above throw light on some of the exchanges on the questions that did interest Einstein, although Bohr's participation in them does not seem to have been so active. For example, no answer from Bohr to Einstein's analysis of the electron's passage through a slit or screen was recorded. Bohr just made some notes, which are to be found in his files, and, as Louis de Broglie recalled: '[Also] Einstein said hardly anything beyond presenting a very simple objection to the probability interpretation. Then he fell silent'. However, Heisenberg took away quite a different impression from the conference, and decades later, he wrote enthusiastically: 'The discussions were soon focused upon a duel between Einstein and Bohr on the question as to what extent atomic theory in its present form could be considered to be the final solution of the difficulties which had been discussed for several decades. We generally met already at breakfast in the hotel, and Einstein began to describe an ideal [Gedanken] experiment in which he thought the inner contradictions of the Copenhagen interpretation were especially clearly visible. Einstein, Bohr and I walked together from the hotel to the conference building, and I listened to the lively discussion between those two people whose philosophical attitudes were so different, and from time to time I added a remark on the structure of the mathematical formalism. During the meeting and particularly in the pauses we younger people, mostly Pauli and I, tried to analyze Einstein's experiment, and at lunch time the discussions continued between Bohr and the others from Copenhagen. Bohr had usually finished the complete analysis of the ideal experiment by late afternoon and would show it to Einstein at the supper table. Einstein had no good objection to this analysis, but in his heart he was not convinced. Bohr's friend Ehrenfest, who was also a close friend of Einstein, said to him, 'I am ashamed of you, Einstein! You put yourself here just in the same position as your opponents in their futile attempts to refute your relativity theory." "Thus, by piecing together the contemporary documents (of 1927) with the later recollections of the participants, a fairly consistent historical picture of the great epistemological debate between Bohr and Einstein has arisen. The fifth Solvay Conference would not end this debate, however. Both participants returned to the problems involved again and again, especially at the sixth Solvay Conference in 1930 and, a few years later, in 1935. Still, quantum mechanics had already scored the main points in its favour. 'The most important success of the Brussels meeting was that we could see that against any objections, against any attempts to disprove the theory, we could get along with it,' Heisenberg summarized the result in an interview in 1963, and added: 'At that time [in 1927] it was practically Bohr, Pauli and myself, perhaps just the three of us. That very soon spread out'" (Mehra & Rechenberg, The Historical Development of Quantum Theory, vol. 6, pp. 232-256). For an English translation and detailed analysis of the conference reports, see Bacciagaluppi & Valentini, Quantum Theory at the Crossroads. Reconsidering the 1927 Solvay Conference, Cambridge, 2009. 8vo (255 x 165 mm), pp. viii, 289, with frontispiece portrait of Lorentz. Uncut and unopned. Original printed wrappers, some light sunning two wrappers, small closed tear to front wrapper. Otherwise very fresh and clean in its original state.

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      E. P. Dutton & Company, [1928]., New York - First U. S. edition. Author's first book. Fine in dust jacket with one minor, tiny closed tear to top edge of rear cover. "A tantalizing detective-mystery story in which a newspaper reporter is assigned to solve a bank defalcation and the curious disappearance of his employer's daughter---all of which led to a trail of opium smoke."----- rear cover promotional blurb. This is an exceptional copy of the author's first book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Cours d'Economie Pure [ Edition originale - Exemplaire enrichi d'annotations autographes de l'auteur ]

      1 vol. in-8 reliure demi-basane bordeaux, Librairie des Sciences Politiques et Sociales, Marcel Rivière, Paris, 1928, 165 pp. Très rare exemplaire de l'édition originale (et unique), annoté par l'auteur. Il souhaitait y montrer, "résumés à l'extrême et en langage ordinaire, les résultats atteints en particulier par la théorie tant de l'Ecole de Lausanne que le l'Ecole autrichienne". L'exemplaire provient de la propre bibliothèque du professeur Georges-H. Bousquet (Docteur en droit en 1923 avec une thèse sur "L'évolution sociale en Hollande 1914-1922"), économiste de l'école de Pareto et Schumpeter, mais également islamisant de l'école de Goldziher et Snouck-Hugronje, professeur aux facultés d'Alger puis de Bordeaux. Etat très satisfaisant (rel. fort. frottée) Français

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        The Childermass: Section 1

      Chatto and Windus, London 1928 - 215 x 140mm. pp. 322. English text. First edition of The Childermass: Section 1 inscribed by Wyndham Lewis to his friend Richard Aldington. Inscription on f.e.p reads 'To Richard Aldington from Wyndham Lewis. July 1928'. Bound in original yellow cloth with red title lettering to spine and zigzag design to edges of boards. Some darkening to edges and endpapers and a little light foxing. Some darkening to yellow cloth of boards. Binding strong. A scarce association signing. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Cult of the Peacock Angel, A Short Account of the Yezidi Tribes of Kurdistan.

      H. F. & G. Witherby, 1928. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Uncommon. Bound in full cloth. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co booksellers label to the front pastedown. Frontis with tissue guard and five further plates, collated complete. 235, (3)p. Publisher's catalogue to the rear. This is a hard to come by first hand account of the Yazidis. The Peacock Angel, also known as Malek Taus, is one of the central figures of the Yazidi religion. Richard Carnac Temple (1850-1931) was the British Chief Commissioner of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and an anthropological writer. Condition: Very good. Some bumping and shelfwear. Browning to the endpapers. Tissue guard is partially detached. Intermittent scattered foxing. Pencil inscription to the rear free endpaper. Occasional pencil underlining of words.

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        Shore Road Mystery, The Hardy Boys Mystery Series # 6 ( THICK Red cloth with Hardy Boy Badge on Front Cover ) Rare 1st edition, 3rd printing

      Grosset & Dunlap, 1928. HBDJ, 1928,1st edition, 3rd printing, Pre-Text Lists Thru this Title, RED cloth Cover Has minor Rub, Wear & Scuff & small stain & Circular light Stain, Crease Spine Cover, Tiny Chips Extremities,DJ HAS White Spine, DJ has rub, Wear, Scuff & Large piece missing from Front & Half way up Spine Missing altho you can still read Titles with the exception of T in word The on Top Spine, small mended Tears DJ, Front inner Flap DJ missing, VG/PoorDJ, AS-IS , Interior Book Nice, Tight Clean, Few pgs light brown Stains, 212 pgs,Ads in Back starting with Hardy Boys Series listing 7 titles ending with Secret Caves,Then Western Stories For Boys, Scott Flying Stories with 10 titles ending with Jungle Trails, Rover Boys Series AD, Then Roy Boys Series , Tom Swift Series , Don Sturdy with 9 titles ending with Lion Land, , Back inner flap Don Sturdy Titles listed with Lion Land as Last, Back of DJ XBar Boys with 9 titles ending with Lost Rockies, . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Poor.

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        Il était une petite pie". 7 chansons et 3 chansons pour Hyacinthe avec 8 dessins en couleur par Joan Mirò.

      Editions Jeanne Bucher, Paris, 1928. Cartella editoriale con laccetti e 20 carte e [8] pochoir originali, di dimensioni 32,5 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo, qualche fioritura. Con 8 illustrazioni a colori di Gouache di Joan Mirò in colore pochoir. Edizione originale della prima pubblicazione di libri di Joan Miro. I disegni di questo libro per bambini di Miro, dipinti da Saudé ("Maître Coloriste"), sono una delle prime opere dell'artista per un libro. "Le otto illustrazioni di pochoir in questo libro costituiscono il più importante del libro", dice l'artista. - Lisa Hirtz, amico di André Breton, è sposata con Paul Deharme, un filosofo della radio francese e ha scritto numerosi testi su opere di Robert Desnos e di altri surrealisti. Nel 1927 Miro creò le gouache per l'opera attuale, che Jeanne Bucher (1872-1946) pubblicò un anno dopo. Stampato in 300 copie (la nostra è la n. 187)

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        La Divina Commedia. Or, The Divine Vision. In Italian and English. The Italian text edited by Mario Casella of the University of Florence with the English version of H. F. Cary and 42 illustrations after the drawings by Sandro Botticelli.

      London: The Nonesuch Press, 1928 - Folio. Original orange vellum, titles to spine, roundels and ruling to boards in gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. A beautiful copy; the spine, so prone to fading, is here entirely bright and unfaded. With 34 double and 8 single-page plates after Botticelli. First Nonesuch edition, and uncommon in such nice condition. Number 180 from a limited edition of 1,475 copies on Dutch paper. A beautifully presented and bound edition of Dante's Divine Comedy, with Dante's Italian printed parallel to Rev. Henry F. Cary's English translation (1814, a translation much loved by Coleridge), and with Sandro Botticelli's illustrations, reproduced from the first Florentine edition of the Divine Comedy (1481). Ransom p. 367.

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      - GAG,WANDA. MILLIONS OF CATS. NY: Coward McCann 1928 (1928). Oblong small 4to, (9 7/8" wide x 6 3/4), pictorial boards, FINE IN ORIGINAL PUBLISHER'S SLIP CASE with pictorial label (flaps of case repaired, slight soil to label). LIMITED TO ONLY 250 NUMBERED COPIES SIGNED BY GAG AND CONTAINING AN ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING ALSO SIGNED BY GAG! The engraving has been beautifully framed but could easily be removed if preferred. A high spot of children's literature and one of the best books for children of all time, this is beautifully illustrated. The text is hand-lettered and artfully arranged on the pages. See Bader p.34 who describes this classic as "form and character fused . [where] words and pictures reinforce one another." Rare in the limited edition especially with the wood engraving and the case. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Images Cachées. Lithographies De Luc-Albert Moreau.

      Aux Éditions De La Roseraie, Paris 1928 - 3 hojas - 103 pp. - 1 hoja y 12 láminas a dos tintas. Más dos suites de las láminas, una en negro y la otra en bistre. En total 36 láminas. Edición total de 145 ejemplares en buen papel de hilo. (nº73). Perfecto ejemplar bien encuadernado a media piel. Lomera con nervios y un tejuelo. Corte superior dorado. Size: 27,5 x 21 Cm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      The Black Sun Press 1928 - Book condition is Very Good in original wraps; housed in a custom-made, 1/4 leather slipcase. A few weak smudges to wraps, minor wear to cellophane cover. Text is unmarked, includes one double-page facsimile letter, with a few weak creases to tissue-guard. Limited to 100 copies. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Cawdor and Other Poems

      Horace Liveright, New York 1928 - Hardcover, black spine over purple paper covered boards, in publishers non price-clipped dust-jacket, retaining the original $2.50 price on inside flap. 160 pages. First edition, first issue. A unique copy with Tor House inscription and signature dated January first, 1929 to Edwin A. Elsbach. Elsbach went on to become the Managing Director of the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Blindness. Sensational inscription from Jeffers to Elsbach reads as follows: "How should we caught in the stone of his own person / dare tell the people anything but relative to that? / But if a man could hold in his mind all conditions . at once." / Inscribed for Edwin A. Elsbach, / with the most cordial good wishes for the new year. / Robinson Jeffers / Tor House, Carmel. / January first, 1929." An exceptional copy with shiny black spine with gilt lettering and purple boards with gilt medallion and lettering bright and fine. Unclipped dust-jacket is complete with some wear to extremities and top of spine, now protected by clear acetate covers. An important and rare inscribed copy of this early title in fine condition with very good+ dust-jacket. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      12 full page woodcuts plus title page vignette and small woodcut at end. First edition, one of 200 copies. Small 4to., original wrappers, printed label on front cover. London, Andrew Block.

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