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        Der goldschmiede merkzeichen. frankfurt 1922/1928.

      4 in tela con sovr., cm 21x14 , pp 1960 , moltissime tavv. e ill. in b/n, moltissimi marchi.

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        Four Lectures on Wave Mechanics.Inscribed by Schrödinger to George Paget Thomson. London and Glasgow: Blackie & Son Limited, 1928. First edition, first printing.

      Exceptional presentation copy; early Schrödinger inscriptions are highly rare and the association between his and G.P. Thomson's work can hardly be overstated. This inscription by Schrödinger to Thomson is dated November 1928 - in 1926 Schrödinger created wave mechanics and in 1927 Thomson gave experimental proof of Schrödinger's theory. Schrödinger received the 1933 Nobel Prize for his work and in 1937 Thomson was awarded Nobel Prize for his experiment. Schrödinger affectionately writes 'To G.P.T. from whom I now learn'. We know of just one other presentation copy of Schrödinger's lectures: Howell catalogue from 1981 (priced at $225) - not inscribed but with printed card and the signature of P.W. Bridgman.. Small 8vo (180 x 120 mm), publisher's dark blue cloth with gilt spine lettering (very light wear to extremeties), pp [i-vii] viii [1] 2-53 [3:blank]

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        The Laws of the Gold Coast Colony Containing the Ordinances of the

      1928. Smith, Ernest Gardiner, Compiler. The Laws of the Gold Coast Colony Containing the Ordinances of the Colony and the Orders, Proclamations, Regulations, Rules and By-Laws Made Thereunder in Force on the 1st Day of January, 1928, Together with the Letters Patent and Royal Instructions and the Principal Imperial Statutes and Orders of the Sovereign-in-Council Relating to the Colony. Revised Edition. Prepared Under the Authority of the Revised Edition of the Laws Ordinance, 1928. London: Printed by Waterlow & Sons, 1928. Three volumes. Original cloth, large gilt royal arms to front boards, gilt titles to spines. Some shelfwear and soiling, faint stain to front board of Volume I, internally clean. Ex-library. Location labels to spines, small inkstamps to title pages. A nice copy of an uncommon set. * In 1821 Great Britain assumed control of the European settlements on the Gold Coast. Through a series of wars with local tribes with extensive land holdings, most notably the Akan and Asanti (Ashanti), the colony enlarged its borders during the 1860s and 70s. The Gold Coast Colony became Ghana when it became independent in 1957. A supplement to Gardiner's compilation was published in 1929. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 7:164.

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        Enciclopedia storico-nobiliare italiana. Famiglie nobili e titolate viventi riconosciute dal regio Governo d'Italia compresi: città, comunità, mense vescovili, abazie. parrocchie ed enti nobili e titolati riconosciuti

      Milano, Ed. Enciclopedia storico-nobiliare italiana, 1928-1936 In 4°, bella leg. in mz. pelle mod. con angoli, tit. e fregi in oro al dorso, nervi, conservate le cop. orig., 9 Voll.: pp.538; 545; 713; 957; 894; 1045; 688; 767; 230. Importantissima e vasta opera sulle famiglie nobili italiane viventi, con la descrizione delle armi e dei motti di ciascuna. Srumento essenziale per lo studio dell'araldica italiana, l'opera è corredata da molte tavv. a col. f.t. di blasoni e migliaia di stemmi e ritratti intercalati n.t. Sei voll. di testo, due di Appendice, uno di Bibliografia araldica. Bellissimo es.

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        The House At Pooh Corner

      Methuen and Co 1928. This is a Very Good + Copy of this Book in Publisher's original green deluxe soft leather binding.Superbly deocrated in full green calf with gilt vignettes onto the upper cover and spine of the book. All the page edges are in gilt.This copy has NO previous names or inscriptions present.There is just a little light rubbing to the head and tail of spine with some slight offsetting to the illustrated endpaper.Lovely clean copy internally and superbly illustrated by by E.H. Shepard.A lovely Christening present and certainly a copy that would adorn any bookshelf 8vo 178pp First Edition 1st Impression

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      Pregevole cartella ril. in pelle blu con nastrino in pelle ai bordi, titolo con motivi decorativi impressi a secco ed in oro alle coperta, interno con controcop. rivestita in seta marezzata, chiusura con stringhe, cm 46x35, 5 acquaforti originali di Antonio Carbonati firmate dall?Artista e datate 1928. Le opere sono collocate in cartelle che fungono da cornice. il foglio misura cm 28.5x41, il campo inciso cm 18,5x27,5. Un foglio presenta una diffusa ma non densa brunitura su quasi l?intero campo inciso, lievi tracce d?uso all'esterno, peraltro ottimo esemplare nitidamente impresso. I soggetti delle acqueforti sono: Il Palazzo del Popolo, La Torre del Moro, Le rupi di San Giovenale, Il Duomo, Panorama, Piazza del Municipio.

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        All The Conspirators

      Jonathan Cape 1928. This is a Good + Copy of this book in Publisher's original light tan coloured cloth with black title lettering to spine which has now rather worn and faded over time.There is a little spotting to the spine.No Dust-Jacket.This copy has been SIGNED by the Author Christopher Isherwood on the Title Page without dedication.The book has a firm binding with NO hinge weakness and there is NO leaning or rolling to spine.Certainly one for the collector as SIGNED Isherwood titles are exceedingly rare.The Author's First novel features a theme which was to reoccur frequently in his later work - the destruction of a son by a very evil parent.It was set in the well-to-do London of the 1920s,Philip and Joan fight to throw off the oppressive power of their mother,using whatever means necessary.An Anglo-American novelist and playwright,best known for his stories about Berlin in the early 1930s.Isherwood's novels were based largely on his own life. Many of his famous literary friends appeared in his books under different names, including W.H. Auden, Stephen Spender, and Virginia Woolf.This title was acquired from a very impressive private collection of 20th Century Literature and Fiction.Scarce SIGNED copy,8vo 255pp First Edition 1st Impression

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        SONNICA LA COURTISANE. Ouvrage illustré de soixante eaux-fortes en couleurs de Maurice de Becque. Traduction Jean Carayon.

      In-4 p. (mm. 282x226), bross. orig. (dorso restaur.), pp. (4),IV,313,(5), illustrato da 60 pregevoli acqueforti a colori di Maurice Jaubert de Becque, così composte: 12 grandi testate, 9 finali, 21 composizioni nel t. e 18 tavv. f.t. Romanzo storico che celebra la vita di una cortigiana all?epoca dell?impero romano. Cfr. Carteret,IV, p. 73: ?Edition recherchée et cotée? - Benezit,I, p. 955 cita dell?artista francese anche l?illustrazione di quest?opera. Bella edizione di 270 esempl. numer. Il ns., 64, ?sur vélin pur fil Lafuma? fa parte della tiratura di 200 (numer. 61 à 260), ed è molto ben conservato. Unite: ?Six planches refusées complétant l?illustration de "Sonnica la Courtisane" et reservées aux amis de l?artiste?. Sono 6 bellissime acqueforti in tinta ?avec remarques?, di gusto fortemente erotico, ciascuna con alcune righe di testo a fronte (e l?indicaz. del capitolo e della pag. cui fanno riferimento): in tutto 16 cc.nn. a fogli sciolti, copertina in bross. con vignetta inc. all?acquaforte al piatto ant., custodia in mz. tela, astuccio. Tracce d?uso margin. altrim. esempl. ben conservato.

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      1928. 1. MILNE,A.A. HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. London: Methuen (1928). 8vo (4 7/8 x 7 3/8"), publisher's full blue calf with double gilt rules, floral decorations in corners and picture in center, gilt pictorial spine, all edges gilt, spine slightly sunned else Fine. First edition, DELUXE EDITION. Illustrated by E.H. SHEPARD.

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        Egenhændigt beskrevet visitkort med underskrift til "Kjære Fru Mohn."

      Dat. "14/8. 21." Indlagt i den orig. poststemplede kuvert med frimærke og udskrift ("Fru Mohn/ Meteorologisk Institut/ Kristiania."). På forsiden er trykt "Fridtjof Nansen", bagsiden er egenhændigt beskrevet: "Kjære Fru Mohn/ Hjertelig Takk til Dem og Frk./ Louise for de elskværdige hilsener./ Ja jeg minns vel levende den/ dagen for 35 år siden, og Mohn's strålende glæde. En hyggeligere/ varmere Velkommen hjem havde/ jeg ikke fått. Håber De har det godt. Er netop kommet fra en kort fjell=" hvilket fortsætter på forsiden: "tur og må avsted på reise./ Mange hilsener (?)ønsker/ Fridtjof Nansen.". Fru Julie Mohn (d. 1928) var gift med Henrik Mohn (1835-1916), som var en af Nansens nærmeste venner. Han regnes for grundlæggeren af meteorologi og fysisk oceanografi i Norge og blev i 1866 Meteorologisk Instituts første direktør. I 1884 skrev Mohn en artikel om transpolar strøm over det arktiske hav, og denne artikel dannede inspirationen for Nansen til at realisere færden med Fram ti år senere. Breve fra Nansen er sjældne, og dette er et personligt og interessant et af slagsen.Rare and personal handwritten and signed letter written on a visiting card from the author of "Farthest North" (PMM 384). 11 lines, in postmarked and stamped envelope

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      1928. 1. (ROBINSON,CHARLES)illus. RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM, done into verse by Laurence Housman. London & Glasgow: Collins Cleartype Press [1928]. 4to, blue leather with gilt decorations, all edges gilt, a FINE COPY IN THE PUBLISHER'S BOX WITH COLOR PLATE ON COVER (box faded and with some strengthening). This is a beautiful book, illustrated with 4 tipped-in color plates by Robinson, plus a decorative title page and decorations on each page of text. Rarely found with the box.

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      In-4 p., mz. tela edit., pp. 14, con 216 tavv. in b.n. f.t., di cui 13 a colori. Catalogo di questa importante raccolta in cui figurano pitture a olio di: Abbati, Banti, Boldini, Borrani, Cabianca, Cecioni, D'Ancona, De Tivoli, Fattori, Lega, Sernesi, Signorini e anche acquerelli, tempere, disegni, acqueforti di: Abbati, Boldini, Cecioni, Fattori, Sernesi e Tricca. Ben conservato.

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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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        The Million Dollar Story

      London: George Newnes Ltd., 1928.. First Edition. Red Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall black titles front & spine, the first hardback edn. (originally pub. as a pbck. in 1926) foxing to edges, top edge dusty, slight colour loss to top & bottom of spine, D/J. has closed tears to front bottom edge & small pieces missing from top & bottom of spine, the front col. D/J. illust. shows a balding man at a table laying down the law to an unimpressed young 1920's woman while, on the spine, a chap sporting a bow tie & centre-parting enters through a door, back cover & inner flaps listing other titles, sold at two shillings & sixpence originally this is a scarce title to find complete with D/J., 156 pages.

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      London: J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. London: J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co.,. 1928. original green-and-yellow variegated cloth, front and spine panels stamped in blind, top edge stained green and light brown.. Bookplate on front paste-down partially (and a bit roughly) removed,. otherwise a fine copy. (#75408). First edition, British issue. Collects fourteen stories. The author's second and scarcest collection of weird tales, preceded by MIDNIGHT HOUSE (1910). "Good stories." - Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 767. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, pp. 88-9. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, pp. 193-94. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 4- 114. See Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-81. See Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature III, pp. 1532-35. Bleiler (1978), p. 95. Reginald 06885.

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        "Den som chematiskt [sic.] förklarande".

      Egenhändigt diktmanuskript från 1928. Fem rader i svart bläck, osignerat. 36 x 22,5 cm. Arkivmässigt insatt i ett fint nytt omslag. Tillsammans med ytterligare ett manuskript, incipit: "Jag är arm och ringa" (28,5 x 21,5 cm), maskinskrivet eller renskrivet på maskin och med signaturen "Harry Martinson" i blyerts, möjligen av annan hand men med samma utmärkta proveniens. Manuskripten är ej daterade av Martinson, men härrör enligt en handskriven notering från arbetet med debutsamlingen Spökskepp. Det egenhändiga manuskriptet är från 1928 enligt påskrift på baksidan och det maskinskrivna alltså senast från 1929. De små dikterna tycks inte vara publicerade, åtminstone inte i Spökskepp.. Proveniens: Olle Wedholm och hans fästmö Vera Bergstedt. Wedholm (1908-1995) var en vän till Artur Lundkvist från Birkagårdens folkhögskola på 1920-talet, självskriven i den antologi som Lundkvist planerade, det som till slut blev Fem unga. Bonniers refuserade dock 'Sex unga' redan hösten 1928 och när en ny framstöt gjordes ett år senare var Wedholms bidrag återtaget eller struket, oklart vilket. Enligt Sandgrens minnesartikel i Bonniers Litterära Magasin 1951 tvekade han "att nedstiga på cirkus och slåss i allas åsyn".Olle och Vera (f. 1908) lärde känna Harry Martinson genom Lundkvist hösten 1927. Paret avsåg att besöka Harry och Moa i deras torp i Sorunda, men avskräcktes av att Moa inte var i bästa form vid tillfället, vilket framgick av ett ganska obalanserat brev hon skrev till dem. Men i maj 1929 deltog Olle och Vera i firandet av att Bonniers antagit Martinsons debutbok, och när Spökskepp utkom recenserade Wedholm den i Arbetaren

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        Riemann-Geometrie mit Aufrechtehaltung des Begreiffes des Fernparallelismus.

      Berlin, Gruyter & Co., 1928. 4to. Orig. printed orange wrappers. Offprint/Sonderabruck aus Sitzungsberichten...pp. (1)-7. Fine fresh copy.. Firsrt edition of the rare Offprint, still called "Abdruck", but now having separate pagination and separate printed title, see Weil No. 161 where this is not mentioned.The early Offprints from "Sitzungsberichten..." are called "Sonderabdruck" up to Weil No.165 (including this). From Weil 166 they are called "Sonderausgabe...". - Before 161 (up to 160) the Offprints do not have separate title and pagination (the pagination follows the numbering in the periodical). From 166 the Offprint has both separate printed title and pagination. - ( So Weil Nos 161-165 is still "Abdruck", but with separate title and pagination). These facts are not mentioned in the bibliographies

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        Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard and Other Poems

      Privately printed, 1928.. Allen Lane would often give away privately printed, limited edition books as gifts to his friends and authors at Christmas. The great majority of these relate to his years with Penguin, where the books usually had some connection with a forthcoming publication, or an important event, such as the Lady Chatterley trial. For further information see: ttp:// This was his first such offering, in 1928, soon after he had taken over as managing director at the Bodley Head. It is a modest offering, essentially an edition of one of the Bodley Head's 'Helicon' series. But this edition comes in a special binding, in quarter cream linen and green marbled board covers. On the flyleaf is a message from Allen and Dick (Richard) Lane, one of his brothers (his youngest brother John was probably abroad at the time). On the title page verso it states: 'This specially bound Edition is limited to two hundred and fifty copies for private circulation of which this is No. 138. The number is inked in. Condition is very good; few faults. Needless to say this book is now extraordinarily rare.

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        Black Gold promotional brochure or pressbook early African American cinema

      Florida: The Norman Film Studios, 1928. 1st Edition. No binding. Very Good. BLACK GOLD WAS AN "ALL COLORED CAST" SILENT FILM PRODUCED IN 1928. Folded multi-panel promotional brochure meant for mailing (folded size 11" long and 3 1/2" wide). Opens up to a size of 21 7/8" x 14". With orange, blue, and black poster cover with photographs showing scenes from the movie with text as follows: Coming To This Theater. (This Is An Exact Reproduction Of Window Card). The Norman Film Studios . Presents Black Gold. Thrilling Epic Of The Oil Fields With All Colored Cast. One Of The True Stories Of Living Colored Examples. A Smashing Photo-Play Co-Starring Lawrence Criner and Kathryn Boyd, Original Lafayette Players. Steve Reynolds, "Peg" [,] Alfred Norcom, United States Marshal, L.B. Tatums and The Entire City Of Tatums, Okla. The other three pages have many photographs from the film, tips on promoting the film, a letter from R.E. Norman to the cinema owner, and an article on making the picture in Tatums, Oklahoma which was founded by a Kentucky born "adventuresome colored man" who founded the town over thirty years before when Oklahoma was the Indian Territory. The article also speaks of John Crisp who brought in three producing oil wells and the troubles he had with crooked drilling contractors, which was the basis for the movie., , "He (Norman) soon went into business for himself and by 1920 had made a number of short films as a traveling film producer. After 1920 Norman established himself and his company in Jacksonville, Florida, and began producing all black films. He made several of these "race" films in the 1920's and distributed them through the 1930's. Norman continued to be involved with the motion picture industry in one capacity or another until the mid 1950's. Among the films produced by Norman are Belle Starr (1912), The Man at the Throttle (1915), Sleepy Sam the Sleuth (1915), The Wrecker (1915), The Green Eyed Monster (1916 and 1920), Pro Patria (1916), The Love Bug (1920), The Crimson Skull (1921), The Bull Dogger (1921), Regeneration (1923), The Flying Ace (1926), and Black Gold (1928). quoted from Indiana University Archives, which holds the R.E. Norman papers,

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        The House at Pooh Corner

      London: Methuen & Co Ltd, 1928 In the salmon pink cloth covers with gilt image and tooling to front cover. Spine has faded a little, title in gilt, edges bumped a little. Internally, a small owners name to half title, clean tight and bright, (xi), 178 pp, printed by Jarrold and Sons Ltd, Norwich. A superb first edition of one of the most popular Childrens titles.

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        Notes & Sketches Made During Two Years on the "Discovery"

      Paperback. Holywell Press, Oxford, 1928. 4to, 52pp, ills throughout, maps. Orig. printed white paper wrps, front cover detached, g+. Spence 544. Presentation copy from the author to Charles Singer. Very scarce. Two years whaling research trip to to the South Atlantic Ocean, including South Georgia, Falklands, Gough Island.

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        On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem.London: C.F. Hodgson & Son, 1936-1937. First edition.

      A fine set, not ex-library, of arguably the single most important theoretical work in the history of computing. In this paper Turing introduced the concept of a 'universal machine', an imaginary computing device designed to replicate the mathematical 'states of mind' and symbol-manipulating abilities of a human computer. Turing conceived of the universal machine as a means of answering the last of the three questions about mathematics posed by David Hilbert in 1928: (1) is mathematics complete; (2) is mathematics consistent; and (3) is mathematics decidable. Hilbert's final question, known as the 'Entscheidungsproblem', is concerned with whether there exists a definite method, or 'mechanical process', that can be applied to any mathematical assertion, and which is guaranteed to produce a correct decision as to whether that assertion is true or not. The logician Kurt Gödel had already in 1931 shown that arithmetic (and by extension mathematics) could not be both consistent and complete. Turing showed, by means of his universal machine, mathematics is undecidable. To demonstrate this, Turing came up with the concept of 'computable numbers', which are numbers defined by some definite rule, and thus calculable on the universal machine. These computable numbers would include every number that could be arrived at through arithmetical operations, finding roots of equations, and using mathematical functions like sines and logarithms - every number that could possibly arise in computational mathematics. Turing then showed that these computable numbers could in turn give rise to uncomputable ones, ones that could not be calculated using a definite rule, and that therefore there could be no 'mechanical process' for solving all mathematical questions, since computing an uncomputable number was an example of an unsolvable problem. Turing's idea of a 'universal machine' was given the name "Turing machine" by Church. The concept of the Turing machine has become the foundation of modern computer science. Origins of Cyberspace 394. Richard Green Library (Christie's sale 2013, lot 326). Erwin Thomas Library T61 and T62.. In: Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Vol.42: pp.230-265 and Vol.43: pp.544-546 ("A Correction"). The complete volumes offered in near contemporary cloth with gilt spine lettering, completely clean and fresh throughout - a fine set

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        ORLANDO. A Biography. Signed

      New York: Crosby Gaige, 1928 The First edition. Limited to 800 copies [of a total run of 861] printed on pure rag paper & signed by Virginia Woolf at the colophon in purple ink. Elegant typography design by Frederic Warde. Preceding all other Trade editions. Publisher's attractive, elaborately gilt-decorated black cloth binding, patterned in gold on the spine in six panels, lettered in gold in the second panel. Very neat contemporary well designed small bookplate on the front pastedown. A fine, bright faultless example. Woolf's amazing fictitious history of four centuries of transgender "biography" about a mythical being named Orlando who starts life as an Elizabethan nobleman who transforms into a woman poet of vast social insight. Written for & inspired by Woolf's friend, & lover [possibly], Vita Sackville-West, to whom the book was dedicated. Considering her time, an extraordinarily courageous achievement in English letters & fantastic literature. Basis for the splendid Sally Potter 1993 film starring Tilda Swinton, Billy Zane et al. TBCL. Kirkpatrick A11a. * Custom black cloth TBCL slipcase in very fine condition.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition.

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      London: Elkin Mathews & Marrot, 1928. First edition, limited to 500 numbered copies signed by Lawrence on the limitation page meant for sale of a total edition of 530. Copy #385. Illustrated paper-covered boards. Hand set in Imprint Shadow and printed by Robert MacLehose & Co. at the University Press. Spine ends with touch of shelfwear, offsetting to endpages and small owner book plate on front pastedown; dustjacket with narrow six inch chip on spine, chipped spine topedge, upper corners with some loss and toning but intact and folds werll on book. Very Good condition in a just Good dustjacket with an archival cover.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hardcovers. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Limited Edition. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        The Set-up (First Edition)

      Covici Friede New York: Covici Friede, 1928. First Edition. First Edition. Near Fine in a Very Good plus example of the scarce dust jacket. Jacket is bright, with a lightly faded spine, and two small chips (at the crown and one corner). An epic poem about an aging African-American boxer, extremely popular on its release, resulting in a number of later printings. The trade first edition was issued simultaneously with a signed limited edition, both of which have become extremely scarce over time. Basis for the seminal 1949 film noir directed by Robert Wise and starring Robert Wise and Audrey Totter. While the poem's ominous mood was maintained in the film, its racial issues were replaced with a complex psychological study more consistent with the noir style.

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        The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

      London: Riviere, 1928. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo. Translated by Edward Fitzgerald. Illustrated by Gilbert James with twelve illustrations; eleven are in black and white, but the frontispiece is beautifully hand-colored for this edition. Printed on Studio hand-made paper. Beautifully hand bound by Riviere in full pumpkin-colored calf; spine in 6 compartments with raised bands, ornately gilt. The compartments, except for the title, are tooled with a serpent and chalice, gilt. The upper board features a vignette of a large gilt chalice with a serpent in leather onlay, underlying buff with green accents for the scales. Gilt rule borders and corner circles are tooled onto the upper and lower boards. All edges gilt. Marbled paper endpapers with gilt inner dentelles of grapes and grape leaves. There is wear to the spine tips and to a part of the rear board edge; neat, artful and nearly invisible repair of the joints; some darkening to the leather else this is a very good copy in a skillfully executed binding.

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        Marie Laurencin.

      With 32 black and white reproductions and 4 in colours. Paris, Éditions des quatre Chemins, 1928. 4°. No pagination. Transparent cover worn. Topedge stained.. Text in French.One of 100 copies including an original, signed engraving. No. 98 of 69 copies on »papier d'Arches«. Total number of copies 1.125

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        The Autobiography of Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury with an Introduction By CH Hereford

      Newtown, Montgomeryshire: Gregynog Press, 1928 Number 203 of 300, bound in brown buckram with the Herbert arms blocked in gilt on upper cover. Gilt spine titling. On Batchelor hand made paper, (xv), 93 pp, 9 wood engravings by HW Bray, completed in March 10th 1928, some very faint scratches to the front and rear covers and the corners are bumped slightly. Spine's edges are slightly bumped. (Harrop 10/ p188)

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        The Golden Age

      London John Lane The Bodley Head 1928. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION Number 17 of 275 copies signed by Kenneth Grahame and Ernest Shepard on the limitation page. Large paper edition bound in marbled boards with vellum spine.Endpapers foxed else a lovely copy. VG+ in rather battered slipcase.

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      Simon and Schuster New York: Simon and Schuster. 1928. First. First American edition. Translated by Pauline E. Rush. Some modest foxing in the text, else fine in very near fine, price-clipped dustwrapper, with little or no fading to the delicate colors. A novel of intrigue and romance set on a ship bound from Marseilles to the Orient. A bestselling novel in France and exceptionally scarce in the American edition. .

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        A Specimen Book of Pattern Papers Designed for and Use at the Curwen Press. With an Introduction by Paul Nash.

      Published for the Curwen Press by the Fleuron, London 1928. 4:o. xv, 124 sidor eller mer exakt; 31 dubbelsidiga blad 'French folded' (ark falsat tvåveck med de blanka sidorna mot varandra) vilket visar mönstret på fyra sidor. Bokband med Paul Nash' mönster 'Crocus' tryckt direkt på klotet. Klotsidor och rygg aningen nötta. Tillskrift, namnteckning och gammal prismärkning. Tryckt i endast 220 numrerade exemplar, detta är nummer 154. Titelsidans vinjett, en initial och överstycke av Edward Bawden som är handkolorerade med stenciler ('pochoir-målade'). 31 mönsterprover varav 7 är av Lovat Fraser, Albert Rurherston (7), Margaret James (2), Thomas Lowinsky (2), E. A. Hoppe (1), Edward Bawden (1), Paul Nash (4), Enid Marx (5), Eric Ravilious (1), och Harry Carter (1). Originalen till mönstren utfördes i teckningar, akvareller och i trägravyr och trycktes därefter som färglitografier.En artistisk, typografisk och boktryckerimässig höjpunkt i modern engelsk bokhistoria. (Se även Oliver Simon: 'Printer and Playground' s. 60-63, Herbert Simon: 'Song and Words. A History of the Curwen Press' s. 197, Pat Gilmour: 'Artists at Curwen' samt Victoria and Albert Museum: 'Patterns for Papers'.)

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        Twelve Days. An account of a journey across the Bakhtiari Mountains in South-western Persia.

      London: The Hogarth Press 1928.. First edition, 8vo, 142, (2) pp. 32 photographic plates, some light foxing, later bookplate of the academic and author Dr. R.M. Burrell. Original marbled cloth, d.w. with one of the plates reproduced to the upper wrapper, slight loss to the spine ends and corners, some general wear to the edges with some marks and browning. Scarce in the wrapper. Cross & Ravenscroft-Hulme A17a.

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        Mastera Sovremennoj Gravury I Grafiki [Sovremennoi, Sovremennoy, Gravuri, Gravyuri] [ Masters of Modern Printing and Graphics]

      Moscow and Leningrad: N.P.. 1928. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. H Hard Cover. Good. Undated [1928]. In Russian. Well-illustrated book on early twentieth century Russian printmaking and graphic arts, arranged in sections by artist or school: Preduslov; Ostroumova-Lebedeva; Kruglikov; Dobuzhinski; Chekhonin; Narbut; Kardovski; Shiingovski; Mitrokhin; Annenkov; Leningrad School; Pavlov; Dobrov; Nivinski; Favorski; Kravchenki; Vatagin; Schterenberg; Moscow School. Illustrated throughout in black and white with several color plates. Light gray cloth printed in black and vermilion, xix, 415 pages. Externally a bit grubby and fingerprinted, hinges good, text block sound with a bit of separation between some sections but no loosened pages, pages lightly age-toned but clean with no names or other markings.

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        The Argonaut Manuscript Edition of the Writings of Frank Norris

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

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      Paris: Shakespeare and Company. VG. 1928. Tenth Printing. Softcover. Printed blue wraps rubbed at edges, upper joint with 2" split from lower edge, some cracking to paper on spine and chipping from spine ends, pages lightly toned around margins, no loose or missing pages but binding a bit tender. , Overall a vg copy of Joyce's masterwork which remains one of the most enduring novels of the 20th century and one of the most important works of modernist literature. This is a copy from the 10th printing of the novel by Shakespeare & Co. in Paris and was printed from the type reset for the 8th printing. The novel has attracted much scrutiny and controversy, from early obscenity trials to protracted disputes about the editing of the text. The Joyce scholar Jack Dalton has suggested that the original 1922 edition, typed from Joyce's handwritten manuscripts and edited by Robert McAlmon, contained over two thousand errors but that it was still the most accurate edition published. , 8vo 8" - 9" tall, 735 [1] pp .

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        Atlas of Prince Edward Island, Canada and the World

      Toronto, Ont.: Cummins Map Co. [circa 1928]. () [iv], 140, LXXII. Very good. Small elephant folio- 16.25 X 12 inches (41 X 30.5 cm). Dark brown pebbled cloth boards; triple rule blindstamped border and gilt stamped title on front board. Slight darkened mark on back board and bumping to corners. Some mild staining and discolouration to endpapers (and much less so to title page); with previous owners signature and a small amount of other writing on front free endpaper. There is also a light crease line to the bottom outer corners of each of the free endpapers. The textual information contained is wonderfully supported by an abundance of large coloured maps and many black and white photographs. A very nice copy. A great book rich with information about the Prince Edward Island. The first half of the book includes; a short description of Prince Edward Island; a 11-page section on the island during WWI (along lists of who served and the Honour Roll); a two-page lithographed map of the island; 67 maps depicting county lots accompanied by a rural residential directory and 26 pages concerning the other Canadian provinces. The second half of the book contains "The New International Atlas of the World" profusely illustrated by Wharton, Burgoyne and Peake. Very scarce especially in nice condition..

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        Limbo, Little Mexican, On the Margin, Two or Three Graces, Chrome Yellow, Mortal Coils, Along the Road, Proper Studies, Those Barren Leaves, Antic Hay, Jesting Pilate, Brief Candles, Do What You Will, Music at Night, Brave New World, Texts and Pretexts and The Olive Tree

      38 - London - Chatto and Windus, 1928 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Eleven volumes of the work of Aldous Huxley, uniformly bound as part of the Chatto and Windus Phoenix Library. Including his best-known work, Brave New World, and further novels, short stories and essays. Aldous Leonard Huxley (26 July 1894 22 November 1963) was an English writer and one of the most prominent members of the famous Huxley family. Best known for his novels including Brave New World and a wide-ranging output of essays, Huxley also edited the magazine Oxford Poetry, and published short stories, poetry, travel writing, film stories and scripts. Huxley spent the later part of his life in the United States, living in Los Angeles from 1937 until his death. Aldous Huxley was a humanist, pacifist, and satirist, and he was latterly interested in spiritual subjects such as parapsychology and philosophical mysticism. He is also well known for advocating and taking psychedelics. By the end of his life Huxley was widely recognised to be one of the pre-eminent intellectuals of his time and respected as an important researcher into visual communication and sight-related theories as well. With publisher's catalogues to many volumes. Condition: In cloth covered bindings. Externally, generally smart with very slight shelfwear and slight bumping to head and tail of spines. The odd mark to boards of one or two volumes. 'Brave New World' shows slightly more shelfwear. Internally, firmly bound. Ink inscription to front free endpaper of 'Limbo' and 'Little Mexican'. The rear free endpaper of 'Limbo' has been removed, causing loss to rear pastedown. All volumes are generally bright and clean. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.

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        Lady Chatterley's Lover

      Florence: (Privately Printed), 1928. Small quarto. 365pp. First edition. One of 1,000 copies, numbered and signed by the author. Lawrence had the book privately printed in Italy by the Tipografia Giuntina for subscribers after being refused by British and American publishers who questioned the novel's subject and language. Open, legitimate publication of the novel was not allowed in either country until 1960, more than thirty years later, after several landmark trials. Light foxing to a few page edges, else a brilliant copy in brown boards printed with the insignia of a phoenix on the front cover, with paper spine label. In original unprinted, cream-colored dust wrapper, which is lightly chipped and faintly soiled.

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        Men Without Women

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1928. Gilt lettered blue cloth in striking pictorial dust jacket. Hemingway's second book of stories and third book to be published in England. Some soiling to jacket and wear to extremities with closed tear to bottom of front panel. Handsome copy of a somewhat uncommon edition.. 1st UK Edition. Cloth. VG/VG. 8vo.

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        Rues Et Visages De Londres Texte De Pierre Mac Orlan 21 Eaux-Fortes De Chas. Laborde

      J. Terquem Paris: J. Terquem, 1928. First edition. Hardcover. Loose as issued in illustrated board portfolio lacking one tie. Very good./No Dust Jacket. Laborde, Charles. 37 pages in text. 41 x 32 cm. Limited edition, copy 106 of 121 of the regular edition on Velin de Rives [numbered 22-121] with 21 full-page hand-colored etchings, and 21 proofs of the same uncolored. Mac Orlan, born Pierre Dumarchey was a prolific 20th century writer, friend of Apollinaire and Picasso, but little known in England or America. Title page in red and black, black and white text illustrations, decorated red initial letters with text in French and English, List of Plates. Printed tissue guards for the colored plates, which are generally clean, one tissue guard [number 18] defective, lacking printed portion, wide margined text. Cover wear at extremities.

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        Typed Letter Signed from 1928, regarding The Gangs of New York, newspaper work, and other topics

      N.p., 1928. Typed letter signed by Herbert Asbury, on his personal coated stationery, with his New York City address. Significant content, including detailed mention of his non-fiction book, The Gangs of New York, as well as his newspaper work and injuries sustained during the war. The letter reads: "I am sorry not to have answered your letter before now, but I have been very sick for a long time, and even now am preparing to return to the hospital for another operation. I've had just one after another since the war, when I was unfortunate enough to command some machine guns along the Vesle, or Weasel, as the A.E.F. called it. (Paragraph) I am glad you liked my pieces on the gangs. The article the August Mercury was a chapter from my new book, The Gangs of New York: An Informal History of the Underworld, which Knopf will publish March 30. If you run onto a copy of it your heart will be rejoiced about the Draft Riots, for I devote two chapters to them, in great and gory detail. It is probably the most thorough account of them ever written; certainly the longest. And what a lot of butchering it was. More than 2,000 were killed, and some 8,000 wounded, several hundred houses burned, eighteen Negroes hanged, and some fifteen regiments called into action before the trouble ended. (Paragraph) I am still on the Herald Tribune, but my books and magazine stuff have been going so well that I may soon quit and freelance, though that is a tough life for one who writes the sort of stuff I do. McIntosh is also with us, and doing well. (Paragraph) When I get stronger I hope to be able to write you in more detail. I may be in France next winter, late. Sincerely, Herbert Asbury." The Gangs of New York became the factual basis for Martin Scorsese's 2002 film, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis. One leaf, folded twice, typed on the recto only, 10.5 x 7.5 inches. Matching envelope addressed (in type) to Mr. Paul Rockwell in Paris, with Asbury's address (written by hand in fountain pen) at the top left corner. Letter Near Fine, envelope Very Good, flap intact but jagged from a rough opening. A superb document regarding an important scholar of early New York City history, a contributor to Mencken's American Mercury, and about whom little biographical information is known.

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      (PICABIA, FRANCIS). Picabia, Francis. LA LOI D'ACCOMODATION CHEZ LES BORGNES: "SURSUM CORDA" (FILM EN 3 PARTIES). Paris: Editions Th. Briant, 1928. First Edition 1/350. 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Artists' Book. Fine. 35pp, 1 b&w illustration + color cover. Text in French. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "La Loi D'Accomodation Chez les Borgne "Sursum Corda" (Film en 3 Parties)" is a 1928 film scenario by the Dada/Surrealist pioneer Francis Picabia. This is one of three hundred copies printed on Velin D'Arches paper - number 350 of a total edition of three hundred and fifty copies. An exceptionally bright, beautifully preserved example of this uncommon and fragile item showing just a bit of light handling and soiling to its white wrappers. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 003200&

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        Songs From Now We Are Six

      UKMethuen 1928. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION No 92 of only 100 copies.SIGNED by Milne(author),Shepard (illustrator) and Fraser-Simson(music composer) on the copyright page.In blue/grey boards with blue cloth spine,paper label to front cover.Boards are rubbed to edges and a little marked.Inside a lovely copy of a rare item

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      London: Published for the Curwen Press by The Fleuron Ltd.. 1928. small 4to., cloth, leather spine label, top edge gilt. ix, 229, (13) pages.. Limited to 135 numbered copies. The first of the three type specimen books issued by the Curwen Press. Contains a two page prefatory note by Oliver Simon. This is followed by demonstrations of 15 type faces, initial letters, borders and printers' flowers, ornaments, head-pieces, vignettes, etc. Includes the work of Claud Lovat Fraser, Paul Nash, Albert Rutherston, Randolph Schwabe, and Percy Smith. A magnificent specimen book printed on fine paper. Small foxing spot at the fore-edge of a few leaves. .

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      Paris: Nrf, 1928. Broché. 17x22cm. Edition originale, un des 109 ex numérotés sur Lafuma Navarre et réimposés dans le format in-quarto tellière, tirage de tête. Légère insolation en pied du dos, agréable exemplaire. - Nrf, Paris _1928, 17x22cm, broché. - broché

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        Odes aux voiles du nord

      Paris: H. Jonquières, 1928. Broché. 25,5x33cm. Edition originale, un des 300 ex sur vélin Montgolfier, le nôtre non justifié, seul tirage. Lettre préface de Pierre Drieu la Rochelle, dessin gravé par Brodovitch. Notre exemplaire est enrichi de 5 gravures du même refusées pour l'édition. Rare et bel exemplaire. - H. Jonquières, Paris _1928, 25,5x33cm, broché. - broché

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