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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.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        RAWDON'S ROOF

      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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        MY PEEK-A-BOO SHOW BOOK

      1928. 1. MOVEABLE. (VOLLAND) MY PEEK-A-BOO SHOW BOOK by Carrie Dudley. Minneapolis: Buzza, a Gordon Volland Book 1928. Large oblong 4to, cloth backed pict. bds, Very Fine IN ORIGINAL BOX (box flaps repaired). Written and illustrated by Dudley. There are 8 thick cardboard scenes with holes cut out in various places. Any one of these scenes can be placed over any one of 6 paper pages so the reader can change the text and illustrations to create a number of stories (very similar to Tom Seidmann Freud's grids on her famous toy-books). Illustrated in bright Volland style, this is a scarce and interesting book, rare in the box.

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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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        La geographie commentee par Jos. Hemard et illustree par lui

      Javal et Bourdeaux Paris: Javal et Bourdeaux. 1928. First. Tall octavo. Very nicely rebound with original wrappers bound in full light blue morocco gilt, with red and brown inset design. Spine slightly toned, handsome engraved bookplate, else about fine. Housed in a custom cloth clamshell box with leather spine label gilt. One of 600 copies on Lafuma, from a total edition of 790. Illustrated with numerous colored images by the author, largely of an erotic nature - the geography of the female body seeming to be the true subject of the book. .

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        Departure

      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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        Ulysses

      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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        Exceedingly rare Herbert Hoover free franked postmarked White House envelope

      White House envelope free franked “Herbert Hoover” as President, 6.5” x 3.5”, postmarked Washington, D.C., November 30, 1929. Addressed to “Mr. N.C. Butler, / Prop., Bon Ton Café, / West Branch, Iowa.” Hoover was born in West Branch, Iowa. Engraved in the upper left “THE WHITE HOUSE / Official Business / Penalty for Private Use to Avoid / Payment of Postage $300.” Slit open at top edge, minor tear at upper right corner. Light soiling. Fine condition. Franked on the more desirable standard size envelope rather than the business size envelope. President Hoover franked a Penalty Envelope. These type envelopes were to be used by officers of the United States who did not have the franking privilege, for official business, with a fine imposed if used “for private use.” In 1873, because of widespread abuse, Congress passed and President Ulysses S. Grant signed “An act to abolish the franking privilege.” President Grant was the last U.S. President to have the right to free frank his presidential mail. In 1875, members of Congress were given the right to frank mail containing speeches, reports, and seeds. In 1891, they were allowed to send mail under their frank to any officer of the federal government. In 1895, the franking privilege was restored to Members of Congress for official mail, but not to the President. As President of the Senate, the Vice President could once again frank mail. Not until a President leaves office is the franking privilege bestowed upon the former Chief Executive for life.

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        LA LOI D'ACCOMODATION CHEZ LES BORGNES: "SURSUM CORDA" (FILM EN 3 PARTIES)

      (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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        SPECIMEN BOOK OF TYPES & ORNAMENTS.|A

      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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        Blèche

      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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        La voix

      Paris : Les amis d'Edouard, 1928. Broché. 13x17cm. Edition originale, un des 6 ex numérotés sur Japon, le nôtre non justifié, tirage de tête. Très légères piqûres sans gravité sur le deuxième plat et sur le rabat de son verso, sinon agréable exemplaire. Rare. - Les amis d'Edouard, Paris _1928, 13x17cm, broché. - broché

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        Willy Pogany's Mother Goose

      New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1928 Limited Edition (500 copies). Signed. Considered a masterwork of children's illustration art. Interior Near Fine. Jacket with tears and chips but fresh, bright full wrap color illustration. Half blue cloth over boards: paper label to front panel and spine. Top edge gilt. Illustrated endpapers. Preceds blue and gold deco printing. Edges bumped. Sound binding and clean pages. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Willy Pogány's Mother Goose

      NY: Thomas Nelson & Sons, (1928). Quarto. (74)pp. One of 500 copies, signed by the illustrator. With many full-page illustrations throughout by Willy Pogány, as well as half-page color illustrations, stylish black & white line drawings, and bold silhouettes, all in a classic Art Deco style. The endpapers are illustrated with alphabet rhymes printed in black and red. Bound in quarter cloth and blue paper-covered boards, with white printed labels on the front cover and spine. Faint foxing to fore-edge, else very fine. An outstanding edition of Mother Goose, rare in the limited edition. T.e.g.

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        Willy Pogany's Mother Goose

      New York. Thomas Nelson and Sons. 1928. Bound in elaborate high art deco pictorial gilt decorated cloth. Pictorial endsheets depicting stylized alphabet. t.e.g. 8vo (8.5" x 6"). First Edition. This copy signed in ink by Pogany to half title page. This copy also includes a nine page publishers publicity insert and titled "Willy Pogany and His Work". Marvelously Illustrated throughout with high art deco, colour and monochrome plates drawings vignettes and decorations by Pogany. Widely regarded as the quintessential example of high art deco illustration, Pogany's Mother Goose has delighted collectors of this genre for many years. Signed first edition copies have grown exceedingly scarce. A true delight of art deco extravagance. Some light staining to covers. Sporadic light water staining to edge of front pastedown and several pages. Mild sporadic foxing throughout. A slight hint of storage mustiness. A Very Good, tight, bright copy in a somewhat chipped Very Good, rare, original dustwrapper.

      [Bookseller: Heldfond Book Gallery, ABAA-ILAB]
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        Domestic Architecture in Rural France by Samuel Chamberlain. Sketches in Lithograph, Drypoint, Pencil and Wash, of Small Chateaux, Farms, Town Houses, Cottages, Manoirs, Windmills, Gates, Doorwaysm Details, etc., from Burgundy, Auvergne, Provence, Normand

      Architectural Book Publishing Company - Paul Wenzel and Maurice Krakow, 1928-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Architectural Book Publishing company, 1928. Complete with: 55 plates (+1 including signed plate)+ 7 page forward + title page. *Also includes additional cathedral drypoint signed in pencil by Samuel Chamberlain (11" x 13")* Very good+. Thick loose 11" x 13" sheets in tied portfolio. Clean, unmarked pages. Good binding and cover. Hardcover. Book plate inside cover. Small scrape at head of spine. Please see our pictures of this lovely book.

      [Bookseller: SequiturBooks]
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        Hosanna sur le sistre

      Paris: Emile-Paul frères, 1928. relié. 18,5x25cm. Edition originale, un des 15 ex numéotés sur Japon, le nôtre portant le N°1 spécialement imprimé pour l'auteur, tirage de tête après 1 vélin et 5 vieux Japon. Reliure en plein maroquin bordeaux, dos à cinq nerfs, date en queue, doublures de soie mordorée à encadrement de maroquin bordeaux et de six filets dorés, gardes de soie, couvertures et dos conservés, tranches dorées, reliure signée de Canape. Très bel exemplaire somptueusement établi. - Emile-Paul frères, Paris _1928, 18,5x25cm, relié. - relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        A Handbook on Hanging; Being a Short Introduction to the Fine Art of Execution, and Containing Much Useful Information on Neck-Breaking, Throttling, Strangling, Asphyxiation, Decapitation and Electrocution; As Well As Data and Wrinkles for Hangmen

      London : Grant Richards and Philip Sainsbury At the Cayme Press, 1928. 1st Edition. Description: 128 p. ; 17 cm. Subjects: Hanging --Capital punishment Near fine copy in the original title-blocked cloth. Panel edges very slightly dust-toned as with age. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        CONSECRATIO MEDICI AND OTHER PAPERS

      Boston:: Little, Brown, and Company,, 1928. First Edition. Near Fine. A Near Fine hardback First Edition First Printing with minimal cover edge wear in a Very Good+ price clipped Dust Jacket with chips Dust Jacket spine crown tip not affecting lettering and Dust Jacket top corners, mild soil. 8vo. 276 pp. Rare in original Dust Jacket.

      [Bookseller: By The Book, LC ABAA-ILAB]
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        LA DOUBLE MAITRESSE

      Paris Mornay 1928. 14.9x20.5 cm., 407 pp., édition avec des illustrations de George Barbier en couleurs et en n/b, relié demi-maroquin vert à coins, signée par Laurent Peeters - Anvers. Filet doré cernant les plats de pap., dos orné, dos à 4 nerfs et finnement fleuronnés dorés (décor floral), tête dorée, couverture imprimée d'éditeur. Tirage limité. Tirage de 1000 exemplaires dont 839 exemplaires sur rives numérotés de 162 à 1000.

      [Bookseller: ERIK TONEN BOOKSELLER]
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        The English Grammar Made by Ben Jonson for the Benefit of All Strangers Out of His Observation of the English Language Now Spoken and in Use. With a prefatory note by Strickland Gibson

      Printed and Published by the Lanston Monotype Corporation Ltd. London: Printed and Published by the Lanston Monotype Corporation Ltd., 1928 Full reddish-brown polished morocco, single-rule border on both covers, spine ruled in blind with gilt lettering. Top edge gilt, gilt-ruled turn-ins. 6 3/4" x 4." . Large fold-out plate showing "A Specimen of the Poliphilus and Blado Types," printed in black and red on laid paper Very slight fading to spine. A fine copy. With the bookplate of Eric Gill. Laid in is printed card stating: "With the Compliments of Mr. W.I. Burch Managing Director, The Lanston Monotype Corporation?" An old pencil notation on the front pastedown states, "Specially bound copy for Eric Gill. The text is from the original edition of 1640, with variant readings from the imperfect 1692 edition.

      [Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I]
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        Lady Chatterley's Lover

      Florence: Privately Printed, 1928. [4], 365pp, [1]. Rebound in full morocco by Temple Bookbinders, raised bands, spine in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, author to fourth, date in gilt to foot of spine, all panels with gilt double fillet border, covers framed with crossing single fillet, small flower tool to corners, gilt roll to edges with gilt decoration to inner dentelles repeated from the front cover, a.e.g., with a fore edge painting. Externally fine, internally very lightly browned but clean. Now housed in a watered silk lined drop back box, made by Temple Bookbinders, with the phoenix from the original boards replicated on the front cover of the box and a new paper label to spine. Number 30 of a 1000 copies, signed by Lawrence to limitation leaf. This copy also has a fore edge painting by Martin Frost of Lady Chatterley and Mellors. Roberts A42. Signed by Author. First Edition. Full Morocco. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo. Fore Edge Painting.

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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        Farmington

      New York: Boni & Liveright, 1928. Later printing. Hardcover. Third printing of Darrow's first novel. An excellent copy with minor wear and slight darkening of the jacket spine. With the bookplate of Betty MacDonald, to whom Darrow has inscribed the book. "Inscribed to Mrs. Betty MacDonald/ With Best Wishes From/ Clarence Darrow/ Dec 29--1930." Dated just five years after the famous Scopes monkey trial and eight years before his death in 1938. Mrs. MacDonald was a good friend of Darrow's and was at one time engaged to his law partner. An original photograph of Darrow standing on the grounds of his home (take by Mrs. MacDonald) has been affixed to the verso of the half title page. An unusual and interesting association copy and photo.

      [Bookseller: Sawtooth Books]
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        Almanack 1929 with Twelve Designs Engraved on Wood by Eric Ravilious And a Specimen of the Roman & Italic of Fournier-Le-Jeune composed on the 'Monotype'

      London: Lanston Monotype, 1928. First edition. Hardcover. near Very Good. 8vo. Pp 48 unpaginated. Quarter bound in brown buckram stamped in gilt with sides of laid paper on boards. With an illustrated title page (12 symbols for the signs of the zodiac) and 12 wood engravings - one for each month of the year. Four page Preface by Ravilious outlining his ideas behind the engravings. All the almanack notes to each month refer to important dates in the history of printing. Spotting to the endpapers and name in ink on the ffe. The laid paper on both boards is showing some staining/soiling else a very nice copy without dust-jacket (as issued?)

      [Bookseller: The Glass Key]
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