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        David Golder

      First edition, one of 300 numbered copies on alfa paper, an advance (service de presse) copy.Handsome autograph inscription from Irène Némirovsky to Henri Béraud.A few small spots mostly affecting the first and last leaves.Provenance : the library of Henri Béraud. Grasset Paris 1929 12x19cm broché

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        A Relation between Distance and Radial Velocity among Extra-Galactic Nebulae.

      [Washington, D.C.]: Carnegie Institution, 1929. First edition, extraordinarily rare inscribed offprint, of Hubble's landmark paper, which "made as great a change in man's conception of the universe as the Copernican revolution 400 years before" (DSB). Even 'ordinary' copies of this offprint are very rare, but we have never seen nor heard of another inscribed copy. Indeed, Hubble autograph material of any form is very seldom seen in commerce. This paper "is generally regarded as marking the discovery of the expansion of the universe" (Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers). It established what would later become known as Hubble's Law: that galaxies recede from us in all directions and more distant ones recede more rapidly in proportion to their distance. "... the repercussions were immense. The galaxies were not randomly dashing through the cosmos, but instead their speeds were mathematically related to their distances, and when scientists see such a relationship they search for a deeper significance. In this case, the significance was nothing less than the realization that at some point in history all the galaxies in the universe had been compacted into the same small region. This was the first observational evidence to hint at what we now call the Big Bang" (Simon Singh, Big Bang). Hubble's "result has come to be regarded as the outstanding discovery in twentieth-century astronomy" (DSB). In the early 1920s most astronomers believed that the universe was static and unchanging on the large scale. Einstein himself had introduced his 'cosmological constant' in 1917 to allow solutions of the equations of general relativity corresponding to a static universe. Two such solutions were found: Einstein's matter-filled universe and Willem de Sitter's empty universe. The latter model attracted much interest because it predicted redshifts for very distant objects, something which had been observed as early as 1912 by Vesto Slipher. However, De Sitter's model was conceived by astronomers to be no less static than Einstein's. In 1922 Alexander Friedmann developed a model of an evolutionary universe, which could be expanding, and this was re-discovered by Georges Lemaître in 1927. But Lemaître went further: he established theoretically the proportional relationship between the rate of expansion and distance. Important as these theoretical developments were, it was only observational data that could establish which of the models, if any, corresponded to the actual universe. By the late 1920s, Edwin Powell Hubble (1889-1953) had established himself as the leading expert on extragalactic nebulae (now called 'galaxies'). Trained at Yerkes Observatory, in 1919 Hubble had joined the staff of the Carnegie Institution's Mount Wilson Observatory, the leading astrophysical observatory in the world, where he had access to the largest telescope in the world, the 100-inch Hooker reflector. With its aid, he had established in 1924 and 1925 that the spiral nebulae are external galaxies lying far beyond our own Milky Way galaxy, and that the observed universe is therefore much larger than our own galaxy. "By 1929 Hubble had obtained distances for eighteen isolated galaxies and for four members of the Virgo cluster. In that year he used this somewhat restricted body of data to make the most remarkable of all his discoveries and the one that made his name famous far beyond the ranks of professional astronomers. This was what is now known as Hubble's law of proportionality of distance and radial velocity of galaxies. Since 1912, when V. M. Slipher at the Lowell Observatory had measured the radial velocity of a galaxy (M 31) for the time by observing the Doppler displacement of its spectral lines, velocities had been obtained of some forty-six galaxies, forty-one by Slipher himself. Attempts to correlate these velocities with other properties of the galaxies concerned, in particular their apparent diameters, had been made by Carl Wirtz, Lundmark, and others; but no definite, generally acceptable result had been obtained. In 1917 W. de Sitter had constructed, on the basis of Einstein's cosmological equations, an ideal world-model (of vanishingly small average density) which predicted red shifts, indicative of recessional motion, in distant light sources; but no such systematic effect seemed to emerge from the empirical data. Hubble's new approach to the problem, based on his determinations of distance, clarified an obscure situation. For distances out to about 6,000,000 light-years he obtained a good approximation to a straight line in the graphical plot of velocity against distance. Owing to the tendency of individual proper motions to mask the systematic effect in the case of the nearer galaxies, Hubble's straight-line graph depended essentially on the data obtained from galaxies in the Virgo cluster. These indicated that over the observed range of distance, velocities increased at the rate of roughly 100 miles a second for every million light-years of distance. "Einstein paid a special visit to Hubble at Mount Wilson in 1931 to thank him for his work, and said that introducing the cosmological constant in order to ensure a static universe had been "the greatest blunder of my life." "Hubble's discovery stimulated much theoretical work in relativistic cosmology and aroused great interest in fundamental papers on expanding world models by A. Friedmann and G. Lemaître that had been written several years before but had attracted little attention. The interpretation of the straight line in Hubble's graph of velocity against distance and of its slope were eagerly discussed. The constant ratio of velocity to distance is now usually denoted by the letter H and is called Hubble's constant. It has the dimensions of an inverse time--its reciprocal, according to Hubble's original determination, being approximately two (since revised to about ten) billion years. If the galaxies recede uniformly from each other, as was suggested by E. A. Milne in 1932, this could be interpreted as the age of the universe; but, whatever the true law of recessional motion may be, Hubble's constant is generally regarded as a fundamental parameter in theoretical cosmology. "Hubble's work was characterized not only by his acuity as an observer but also by boldness of imagination and the ability to select the essential elements in an investigation. In his careful assessment of evidence he was no doubt influenced by his early legal training. He was universally respected by astronomers, and on his death N. U. Mayall expressed their feelings when he wrote: "It is tempting to think that Hubble may have been to the observable region of the universe what the Herschels were to the Milky Way and what Galileo was to the solar system"" (DSB). DSB VI: 530-531. Offprint from Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 15, No. 3. Inscribed on front wrapper by Hubble ("To R. G. Felder, from Edwin Hubble"). Three punch holes to left margin. Small closed tear to the center of the upper margin of the first text leaf.

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        Zweifach signiertes und numeriertes Exemplar - HAD [Schlange].

      Prag, (1929)., Zodiak, - 2°. Mit 1 ganzseitigen Radierung von Karel Svolinsky als Frontispiz sowie einer kleineren Radierung im Kolophon. 40 p., Orig.-Karton. Erste Ausgabe. Eigenhändig im Kolophon von Karel Svolinsky und Josef Palivec (Übersetzer) signiert. Eines von 99 Exemplaren. Dieses trägt die Nr. 88. - With a full page etching and a smaller colophon etching. 40 p., illustr. wrappers, Signed by Karel Svolinský and Josef Palivec (translator). First edition. (= Zodiak, No. 7.). Umschlag am unteren Rand rissig. Erste Buchblockhälfte an der unteren Ecke feuchtefleckig. Zwiete Buchblockhälfte mit Wasserrand. de Band:

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        Corpse on the Mat.

      London: Victor Gollancz Limited 1929 - Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Contents foxed; an excellent copy in the jacket with sunned spine and edges. First edition, first impression. An early Kennedy detective novel, and published later the same year in the US under the title The Man Who Rang the Bell. The publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket and the front pastedown. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Military Operations - Gallipoli. Vol. I: Inception of the Campaign to May 1915; Vol. II: May 1915 to the Evacuation. Maps and Sketches compiled by Major A.F. Becke.

      William Heinemann, London. 1929, 1932 - First edition. Issued as part of the History of the Great War based on official documents by direction of the Historical Section Committee of Imperial Defence. Octavo. Four volumes, two of which are the appendices with maps in pockets at the rear: pp xviii, 380; viii, 77; xvi, 517; viii, 85. Numerous maps and photographs. Original red cloth lettered in gilt. Very scarce. Covers a little marked and bumped at edges. Snag at head of spine of Vol. II. Very good set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Six hymns of HOMER. The English Translation by Percy Bysshe Shelley facing the original Greek.

      - (Maastricht), The Halcyon Press, 1929. Gedrukt in 481 genummerde exemplaren. 2 delen in een luxueuze doos van halfmarokijn met gemarmerd karton (Binderij Phoenix). In de doos is nog ruimte over (het is de gemarmerde doos links op het plaatje).* 1. Een van 25 Romeins genummerde exemplaren op Keizerlijk Japans papier. Gebonden in rood heelmarokijn met vijf ribben, titel in goud en gemarmerde schutbladen, kop verguld (uitgeversband van Louis Malcorps).2. Een van 450 exemplaren op geschept Hollands papier van Pannekoek. Rood linnen. Opmerkelijke typografie van J. van Krimpen. The Halcyon Press 5. Van Dijk 183. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        La joie

      First edition, one of 150 lettered copie hors commerce on alfa, advance (service de presse) copies .With an autograph inscription from Georges Bernanos to (Robert) Garric : "... son diffamateur and son ami..."Spine slightly sunned, a joint cracked and glued on foot. Plon Paris 1929 13x20cm broché

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        Cherished Portraits of Thoroughbred Horses: From the Collection of William Woodward. With Notes by W.S. Vosburgh.

      Privately Printed for Ernest R. Gee [by The Derrydale Press], New York 1929 - First edition, one of 300 copies. Quarto, bound original full red crimson morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, gilt tooling to the spine with raised bands, gilt ruled covers with gilt title on front cover, top edge gilt. Inscribed by the author, "To Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Doubleday with my best and affectionate regards William Woodward." The recipient, Nelson Doubleday was a United States book publisher and president of Doubleday Company from 1922-1946. His father Frank N. Doubleday founded the business. Contains sixty-eight engraved plates and three charts. In very good condition. Contracted through Ernest Gee, this was Connett's first major work in fine book production, and Woodward spared no expense. Woodward recollects, "Mr. Walter S. Vosburgh.and I were talking one day of my paintings, and I expressed the wish that he should come to see them. When he came one Sunday afternoon a few years ago, we spent an exceedingly agreeable afternoon together, for Mr. Vosburgh is so full of the lore of the Turf that every picture had its special meaning and every horse its special anecdote.I asked him if he would write sketches of the principal horses whose portraits I then had. In due course he gave me a series of sketches, written in his own hand and of a delightful nature. With his permission, they accompany the reproductions of the portraits which they supplement" (Woodward, Foreword). Frazier V-4-D; Siegel 22. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Architectural Side of Golf by... with a Preface by J.C. Squire.

      London - New york - Toronto, Longmans, 1929, 8vo (cm. 19 x 24,5) legatura originale tutta tela con titoli e fregi in oro al dorso, vignetta dorata impressa al piatto anteriore, pp. (2)-XIX-211 , , antiporta incisa in seppia, frontespizio colorato, con molte illustrazioni nel testo e 44 tavole a colori fuori testo. Prima edizione

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        A Lewis Mumford Archive. Signed books, letters, typescripts and manuscripts

      1929-1968. A collection of inscribed books and letters by Lewis Mumford from the estate of the renowned poet Carolyn Kizer (1924-2014) , whose second husband was the architect John Woodbridge (1929-2014). His first wife was the architectural critic Sally Woodbridge. Carolyn Kizer's father Benjamin Kizer (1878-1978) was an intellectual friend of Mumford's and wrote numerous reviews of his works, some apparently unpublished. He was a civic leader in Spokane, WA and the Pacific Northwest and was a diplomat in China after WWII. This collection consists of 19 books by Mumford, mostly inscribed by Mumford and annotated by Benj. Kizer; 10 typed and annotated or manuscript book reviews and reminiscences by Benj. Kizer; 3 TLS by Mumford and one ALS from his wife. Details on request.

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        Leaves of Grass

      New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1929. Original boards. First Edition Thus. 4to. xlvi, 154 pp. Frontispiece portrait of Whitman reproduced from a portrait made in 1876 by Frank Pearsall. Introduction by Carolyn Wells. Designed by Frederic Warde and SIGNED by him on the colophon; printed by William Edwin Rudge. Includes a facsimile of a page from the first edition of "Leaves of Grass" owned and annotated by Whitman. Laid in is a publisher's offering notice to subscribers.Decorative green cloth in publisher's grey dustjacket. A fine copy in dustjacket; housed in publishers' slipcase (small rubbing to spine). A beautiful copy of one of the central works of American poetry. The second publication of The Limited Editions Club. A reprint of the first edition printed in 1859, retaining Whitma's Preface which was omitted in subsequent editions of his poems.

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        Sobre los Ángeles (1927-1928) Primera edición 1929

      - Madrid, Compañía ibero-americana de publicaciones, 1929,181 pp. Rústica. Manchas de óxido en cubierta y alguna en el interior. Dos firmas anterior propietario. Primera edición [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Official Year-Book of The National Assembly of The Church of England 1929

      Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge - Hardcover; English language; No jacket; 8vo - over 7.75" - 9.75" tall; a fair reading copy. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. For buyers outside the UK we now offer significantly lower rates on our airmail shipping. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Musikalisches Albumblatt mit eigh. Notenzeile und Unterschrift.

      Wien Januar 1929 - Quer-8. - "Ihr liebt mich, Mona Violanta .?" - Leichte Faltspur, minimal stockfleckig. Fünf Takte aus dem Duett Alfonso-Violanta in Szene 6 von Korngolds einaktiger Oper "Violanta", einem seiner erfolgreichen Jugendwerke (Uraufführung München 1916).

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        La Chute de la maison Usher. In-8 gr., 80 pp., (6 ff.), leg. d'amatore pieno marocchino senape con titolo impresso a secco al dorso. In fine è conservato il vecchio dorso in brossura. Edizione illustrata da 10 acqueforti originali di Alexandre Alexeïeff (delle quali 8 fuori testo). Tiratura limitata di 365 esemplari, il presente è il num 81 impresso su vélin blanc à la cuve B.K.F. des papeteries de Rives. La traduzione è di Charles Baudelaire. Poe ed il romanzo gotico rappresenteranno per Baudelaire una potente influenza, che risulterà evidente in molti dei componimenti de "I fiori del male". Alexeïeff regista del cinema di animazione, incisore e illustratore russo, (1901-1982), durante il lungo periodo parigino si dedicò all'illustrazione di edizioni pregiate di opere di scrittori in prevalenza russi, con risultati notevoli che sembrano preannunciare l'imminente passaggio all'immagine in movimento. Bellissimo esemplare, perfettamente conservato.

      [], 1929. La Chute de la maison Usher. Traduction de Ch. Baudelaire. Gravures de Alexeïeff. Paris, Orion, (1929).

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        The Barsetshire Novels. Edited by Michael Sadleir. In Fourteen Volumes. With Photographs of Barsetshire by Charles S. Olcott.

      Stratford-upon-Avon: Shakespeare Head Press, 1929 - 14 volumes, octavo (228 x 153 mm). Finely bound for The Riverside Press in brown crushed half morocco, titles and decoration to boards gilt, raised bands, brown cloth boards, plain brown endpapers, top edges gilt. Spines ever so slightly sunned, an excellent set. Hand coloured frontispiece, and other illustrations throughout the set. The Shakespeare Head edition. Limited edition of 525 copies of which this is number 104. With an original manuscript leaf by the author bound in at the front of volume 1.

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        Paul Klee. Ausstellung zu Klees 50. Geburtstag, 20. Oktober bis 15. November 1929 Lützowufer 13.

      Berlin, Druck von Otto von Holten, 1929 - 15,7 x 12,3 cm, (16) Seiten, 16 schwarz-weiss Abbildungen, illustrierte Original-Klammerheftung, abgesehen von der Lochung in Vorder- und Hinterdeckel ein gutes Exemplar dieses seltenen Kataloges. Dascher 468 (mit Abbildungen Seite 270). - Muller-Applebaum (Grohmann 1954) 437. - Der Katalog verzeichnet 150 Arbeiten von Paul Klee.

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        Bruno Liljefors - An Appreciation ** Rare English Text Deluxe Editition of 20, SIGNED BY lILJEFORS***

      C. E. Fritzes, Stockholm 1929 - The RAREST of All Liljefors Books; Deluxe Edition limited to just 20 copies; SIGNED BY BRUNO LILJEFORS; this # 13. English Text. With original pencil signed etching frontise. Book leather bound; gold gilt edges, ribbed spine. This copy has the original fine custom slipcase with slight wear on lower back corner. 1929 classic work by the Swedish master Bruno Liljefors is in EXCELLENT condition; pristine copy. Profusely illustrated in color and black&white; 193 pp. no foxing. plates are in crisp condition. Binding is in excellent condition. Etching's tissue guard still present. We have only seen one other copy, and a Museum that one. A welcome addition to any wildlife art connoisseur's library. . (this from my personal collection, selling due to forced retirement ). Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Northern Saga

      The Hogarth Press 1929 - A lovely copy in all respects of this academic treatise on the origins of Icelandic Literature. Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf while living in Tavistock Square. Bound in original brown cloth, lettered in black on the spine. In a complete dust jacket with only minimal wear. Laid in is a Review Slip which provides the Date of Publication as Sept. 26, 1929 and a price of 7/6. Also laid in is a loose book-plate from Robert Reedman, the famous collector of Virginia Woolf, Bloomsbury and Hogarth Press materials. The true first edtion from an orignal print run of 1000 copies. Woolmer 198. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        BEAUX STRATAGEM. A comedy With Seven Engravings on Copper by J. E. Laboureur and an Introduction by Bonamy Dobree

      Bristol Douglas Cleverdon 1929 - COPY NUMBER 1 of the this LIMITED FIRST EDITION, SIGNED by the Illustrator, J. E. Laboureur. With, an extra set of the engravings in final state housed in a foldover sleeve at the end of the book. This copy signed and with a special design by Laboureur on the upper cover. Printed on Batchelor hand-made paper. Including the normal copies a total printing of only 527 copies was accomplished. With a total of 15 engravings, the 7 called for engraved illustrations on plates by J. E. Laboureur bound in with tissue guards, a second set of the plates in final state housed in a sleeve at the rear and with an additional plate of the engraved title-page vignette added to this copy and not called for in the records. 8vo, in the original vellum over green cloth boards, the spine gilt lettered and with the special design by Laboureur stamped in gilt on the upper cover. xxviii +128 pp. A very fine copy, essentially as pristine. FIRST EDITION, COPY NUMBER 1 OF THIS LIMITED SIGNED EDITION WITH THE ADDITION OF LABOUREUR'S FINE LYRICAL PLATES. The Beaux' Stratagem, a comedy, was first produced at the Theatre Royal in the Haymarket, London, on March 8, 1707. In the play, Archer and Aimwell, two young gentlemen who have fallen on hard times, plan to travel through small towns, entrap young heiresses, steal their money and move on. In the first town, Lichfield, they set their sights on Dorinda, but Aimwell falls truly in love, and the comedy ensues. A master draftsman, engraver, etcher, and lithographer, the French Cubist, Jean-Emile Laboureur illustrated books by such authors as Andre Maurois, Jean Giraudoux, Colette, Andre Gide, Paul-Jean Toulet, Maurice Maeterlinck and François Mauriac. This is one of the few titles in English to be graced with his workmanship. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Toilers of the Hills.

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1929 - Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in green. With the dust jacket. Edges and endpapers foxed. An excellent copy in the slightly soiled jacket with sunned spine and edges and a few nicks and chips to extremities. First UK edition, first impression of the novel, which was first published the previous year in the US. The publisher's retained copy with their ink stamp to the front pastedown. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Bottom Dogs

      London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1929. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Light spotting to edge of text, otherwise fine in original black cloth and near fine printed dust jacket slightly sunned at spine.. Duodecimo. 5.5 x 7.75 in. xix; 285 pp. Top edge gilt. Association copy. Inscribed to the publsiher and poet Jonathan Williams in 1959. Limited edition of 500 copies, this one being #146. First edition of his first book. While an American, this was initially published in England.

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        The Stray Lamb

      New York: Cosmopolitan Company, 1929. 303 pages with illustrations. Octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/2") bound in original black publisher's cloth with pink lettering to spine and cover in original pictorial jacket. Laid-in is the humorous bookplate provided by the publisher with legend, "Kleptomaniac's Edition." First edition.This gem of a book tells the tale of Mr. Lamb, an ordinary man who leads an ordinary life, until a chance encounter leads to him experiencing the world through the eyes of various animals. Thorne Smith again shows his mastery of the comic fantasy tale as Lamb lurches from one mishap to another, reeling from his wife's abandonment and the actions of his headstrong daughter and reveling in the new opportunities that his excursions into animal form provide.Condition:Some sunning and rubbing to cloth spine, some soiling to boards, occasional thumb soiling in text. Jacket spine sunned, some edge wear and soiling to jacket, price clipped else a near fine copy in like jacket.

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        Jurnal de Sex. Poeme. Paris. Colectia Integral 1929. 22,5 x 16,5 cm. 29 Seiten und 1 Blatt Druckvermerk. Originalbroschur.

      Originalausgabe. Ilk, Rumänische Avantgarde, K442 mit Abbildung auf Seite 86. Als fünfter Band der Colectia Integral in Paris erschienen. Nr. XIV von 15 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe auf Van Gelder Bütten. Mit schöner handschriftlicher Widmung Bogzas aus dem Jahr 1933 an seinen Anwalt S. Herscovici kurz nach dem erreichten Freispruch im 2. Prozeß, der gegen Bogza wegen des Buches geführt worden ist. Schönes Exemplar und von großer Seltenheit.

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        Der Liebesbegriff bei Augustin. Versuch einer philosophischen Interpretation. .

      Berlin (Verlag Julius Springer) 1929. 90 S. Brosch. * beide Kapitale etwas wasserfleckig * * Erstausgabe - Reihe 'Philosophische Forschungen'

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        Dante - T S Eliot's wife's personal copy

      Faber and Faber, 1929 A first edition, first printing published by Faber in 1929. A very good book without inscriptions with some light chipping to the spine tips and corners. In a good+ unclipped wrapper with some internal archival tape repairs to the spine and folds. Spine browned. Chip to crown. With the small ticket of Mrs T S Eliot to the top of the front pastedown (a couple of digits next to this). Some light staining to the front pastedown. Rare given the provenance.

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        MSA - Mezinarodni soudoba architektura. Internationale Architektur der Gegenwart. Jaro 1 (von 3), 1929. Schriftleiter: K. Teige.

      Prag, Odeon 1929 - 23,7 x 18,4 cm. IV, 176 S. mit zahlr. fotograf. Abb., Plänen u. Rissen. Orig.-Broschur (angestaubt u. fleckig). Erster von insgesamt drei erschienenen Bänden der von Karel Teige herausgegebenen und gestalteten Zeitschrift über Fragen der internationalen zeitgenössischen Architektur. Mit Beiträgen von Le Corbusier, Giedion, M. J. Ginsburg, Werner Gräff, Adolf Loos, Hannes Meyer, Mies van der Rohe, Mart Stam u.a.- Innen gut und sauber erhalten. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Robert. Supplément à l'Ecole des femmes

      First edition, one of the copies on alfa, advance copy.Handsome autograph inscription signed by André Gide to (Jean-Emile) Laboureur.A joint a little rubbed in the centre with small paper lacks, a tiny tear to head of spine. Nrf Paris 1929 11x16,5cm broché

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        TLS to Sibyl Healey 1929

      

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        L'Agent de Police Jour

      First edition of the French translation, one of 10 numbered copies on Madagascar, deluxe edition. Very nice copy. Henri Jonquières Paris 1929 12x19cm broché

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        A Farewell to Arms

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1929. 350 pp. The first state, with the word "serious" misspelled on page 66. Bound in recent full red morocco with gilt lines, all edges gilt and gilt lettering. . Fine. Full Morocco. First Edition. 1929. 8vo..

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        Banjo. A Story without a Plot

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929. First edition. 326 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Decorated paper boards in red and blue, black cloth spine. Head a little chafed, spine lettering faded, otherwise very good. Without dust jacket. First edition. 326 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed: "This souvenir of the docks" With a fine inscription on the front pastedown beneath the ownership inscription of Ida Louis Lassiter : "For one who has been in Marseille - this souvenir of the docks. Claude McKay."

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        Dodsworth

      Harcourt Brace, NY 1929 - Orange cloth stamped in black, black topstain. Printed on ffep: "This is a special edition presented to the trade in advance of publication and is not for sale." CP states "Published, March 1929." This was an advance issue of 900 copies (Van Doren. ) Spine ends/corners mildly rubbed/softened, some fingerprints to boards. The first issue (no reviews to front flap) DJ in acetate cover with flap price of $2.50 intact is chipped at spine head and top rear panel, dampstained at spine, mildly edgeworn. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ulysse

      First edition of the French translation entirely reviewed by Valéry Larbaud, one of 1045 numbered copies on alfa paper.Spine slightly sunned, otherwise a very good copy. La maison des amis des livres Paris 1929 18x23,5cm broché

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        Detlev von Liliencron: Lockung in die Ferne. Handkolorierte Original-Holzschnitte von Karl Lorenz. Exemplar Nummer III [von V] nummerierten Exemplaren der Ausgabe A auf festem Büttenkarton.

      Malente-Gremsmühlen, Turmpresse, 1929 - ca. 37 x 22,5 cm (unterschiedliche Blattformate), 18 Blätter in lose ineinanderliegenden Bögen, unbeschnitten, 6 Seiten sind von Lorenz mit Bleistift signiert und datiert, Ecken am Rücken bestossen und mit Einrissen aufgrund des überstehendes Bogens, innen ein farbfrisches Exemplar. Eins von nur 5 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe A; insgesamt 30 Exemplaren. >Erster Druck der "Drucke des Gedenkens"<. Rodenberg 542. - Nicht im Lindenau-Katalog. - Literatur: Koester, Katherina, "Die Turmpresse von Karl Lorenz 1924-1933", Hamburg, 2005. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        La bataille de Verdun

      Second edition, published a few days after the first, also published in February 1929. Autograph inscription signed and dated by Pétain the 7th June 1940 to the Countess de Jumilhac.With 8 maps and 18 engravings. Shelfmark in blue biro inside upper cover, one small nick to foot of spine.Payot Paris 1929 14,5x23cm broché

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        Cup of Gold. A Life of Henry Morgan, Buccaneer

      Robert M. McBride & Co, New York 1929 - First issue of the author's first book; yellow cloth, printed in black, 269 pages, top edges stained blue. "First published August 1929" on copyright page. One of just 1537 copies printed. A very near fine copy, internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Nous Autres We

      

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        L'art et la mort

      First edition, one of 750 numbered copies on vellum, this copy without justification.Justified and numbered Révorim binding by Jean de Gonet, grey calf spine, author and title in palladium, covers edged with ribbed chocolate brown limp révorim and a lighter brown making a brick wall, the covers articulated with grey cloth bands, grey endpapers and pastedowns, wrappers preserved (wrappers faded all over), the binding signed De Gonet artefacts.Inscribed by Antonin Artaud to Louis de Gonzague-Frick.With a frontispiece by Jean de Bosschère.A little light foxing, mostly at beginning and end.  Denoël & Steele Paris 1929 19x28,5cm relié

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        The Escaped Cock

      The Black Sun Press, Paris 1929 - Original printed wrappers with original glassine. There were in total 500 copies of this limited edition. The first 50 copies were printed on Japanese vellum and this volume is from that very select group - this being number 37. It is both signed and numbered in cursive by Lawrence. Ransom, "Selective Check Lists.", p.113, #34. Illustrated within by watercolors executed by the author. This is a fine copy in all respects. Now housed in a custom blue morocco and cloth slip-case. Published in subsequent editions as "The Man Who Died." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        HITTY:HER FIRST HUNDRED YEARS

      LATHROP, DOROTHY. FIELD,RACHEL. HITTY:HER FIRST HUNDRED YEARS. NY: Macmillan 1929 (Oct. 1929). 4to (7 x 8 5/8"), patterned cloth, 207p., Fine in very nice dust wrapper (light sunning and slight bit of wear to tips and edges). FIRST EDITION, WINNER OF THE NEWBERY AWARD. THIS COPY IS INSCRIBED BY RACHEL FIELD WITH A DRAWING: "FOR R.S.L. WITH SPECIAL THANKS FOR A GRAND JUNE DAY - AND WITH RHODE ISLAND IN COMMON - RACHEL FIELD 1930." BELOW THIS SHE HAS DRAWN AN ISLAND WITH TREES, WATER, ETC. ADDING: "JUST AN ISLAND FOR A PRESENT". This is the now classic tale of Phoebe Preble's doll (based upon an actual doll). Illustrated by DOROTHY LATHROP with 3 color plates plus many full page and in-text black & whites. First editions of this title are quite scarce, rarely found with such a nice dust wrapper and inscribed.

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        MAP OF AMERICA'S MAKING A Chart of Places and Events For those who would sail with the Discoverers seek freedom with the Colonists, follow the westward trails, subdue the Wilderness and behold THE BUILDING OF THE REPUBLIC.

      New York. R.R. Bowker Company. Copyright 1925, 1926, 1929. Color pictorial / pictographic map, map 21 x 29 1/2 inches on sheet 23 1/2 x 32 1/4 inches, mounted on thick board with tape edge as issued. Wear to corners and one spot at upper right edge, small abrasion to paper at lower left corner outside of the map image, couple of tiny spots in image scarcely noticeable, overall map is in very good condition. A visual synopsis of early European American history with pictographs and text highlighting places and events.

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        CIRCUITO IMPERIAL (12.302 Kms. literatura)

      Cuadernos de La Gaceta Literaria, Madrid 1929 - 17x23 124 pp. nº 1 Estudios Literarios Arte Viajes Libro La librería ofrece por tiempo limitado un descuento del 10%. El precio original de este ejemplar era de 525.00 EUR. mínimas rozaduras. Algunos puntos de óxido. Buen estado [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Fleur-de-Neige et d'autres contes de Grimm

      Paris, L'Edition d'Art H. Piazza, 1929. Edizione di 2400 copie comprendente 12 illustrazioni originali a piena pagina di Kay Nielson. Decorazioni, decorazioni attorno al titolo e piccole illustrazioni sulla prima lettera di ciascun capitolo del volume realizzate da Pierre Courtois. Kay Nielsen ( 1886-1957) era un illustratore danese famoso, che he lavorato all'interno della prima squadra di Disney Studios. Un libro molto bello, illustrato e con copertina morbida originale. Presenta alcune macchie all'interno e sulla copertina, altrimenti ottime condizioni. Edition of 2400 copies including 12 beautiful original full-page illustrations by Kay Nielsen. Decorations by Pierre Courtois, decorative title border, head -and tail- piece vignettes and nice decorated initials. Kay Nielsen (1886-1957) was a popular danish illustration who worked within the early production teams of Disney Studios. Very nice illustrated book including original illustrated soft cover. Some stains inside and on cover, otherwise very good conditions. Buone condizioni

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        SAGGIO DEGLI SCRITTI DEGLI ECCELLENTISSIMI RABBINI

      TIPOGRAFIA GIUSEPPE LAVAGNO, CASALE MONFERRATO 1929 - ITALIANO Pubblicato a cura della università israelitica d'Ancona.Il volume ha una legatura quasi assente,infatti i fogli sono per la maggior parte sciolti.Macchioline e fioritura alla coperta e tra le pagine.Quest'ultime sono brunite dal tempo,ma comunque perfettamente leggibili.

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        Beweis des Ergodensatzes und des H-Theorems in der neuen Mechanik,' in Zeitschrift für Physik, 57. Band, 1. & 2. Heft, 22 August 1929. NIELS BOHR's copy with his signature on front wrapper

      Berlin: Springer 1929 - Complete journal issue in original printed wrappers, 8vo, pp. 144. Front wrapper soiled with a couple of marginal tears, spine rubbed with small loss at foot, ink spot on first two pages of Von Neumann's article (possibly due to Bohr! - the ink seems to be the same as that used for his signature). First edition, NIELS BOHR'S COPY, of this fundamental and difficult work on the mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics. The ergodic theorem is a fundamental principle of classical statistical mechanics according to which the time average of a physical quantity is equal to the average of the same quantity taken over 'phase space'. Phase space is a description of all the possible configurations of the physical system - fixing a point in phase space corresponds to fixing all the positions and momenta of the constituent parts of the system. The main difficulty in obtaining a quantum mechanical version of this principle is that, because of the uncertainty principle, the positions and momenta cannot be fixed simultaneously, so 'fixing a point in phase space' no longer makes sense. Von Neumann summarises how he overcame this problem in the abstract of the present paper: "It is shown how to resolve the apparent contradiction between the macroscopic approach of phase space and the validity of the uncertainty relations. The main notions of statistical mechanics are re-interpreted in a quantum-mechanical way, the ergodic theorem and the H-theorem are formulated and proven (without &#147;as- sumptions of disorder&#148;), followed by a discussion of the physical meaning of the mathematical conditions characterizing their domain of validity [of the two theorems]." (Translation from Mehra & Rechenberg, Vol. 6, p. 451). The problem had been considered earlier by Schrodinger, and he wrote admiringly of Von Neumann's paper. "Erwin Schrodinger addressed von Neumann's proof of the H-theorem directly in a letter to the author, dated 25 December 1929, which he opened by stating: 'Your statistical paper did interest me quite a lot. I am quite happy about it, especially about the wonderful clarity and accuracy of the conceptions and the careful presentation of what has been achieved in all points' (Schrodinger to von Neumann, 25 December 1929). Schrodinger recognized as the central issue of von Neumann's considerations the introduction of the concepts 'operator of a macroscopically measurable quantity' and the 'orthogonal system of the macroscopic observation'. 'This is an extraordinarily happy move, and I believe that it will obtain a significance far beyond the present problems' (ibid., p. 460). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Bird's Eye View of Kongo-San.

      Showa 4. 1929. Color bird's eye view folding panoramic map 40 1/2 x 10 1/4 inches folding into 10 3/4 x 4 3/4 inch color pictorial card wrappers. Text and black and white photo illustrations on verso of map and wrappers. Light wear to wrappers, tiny split to one fold, overall very good condition. A stunning panoramic bird's eye view. The two panels of information in English note that Kongo-san is an extraordinary group of innumerable peaks in the east-central part of Chosen (Korea). It is one of the marvels of nature which in portions rival the Alps in grandeur and beauty." There is information on the Visiting Season and Routes to get there, Hotels and Inns etc. The card covers feature striking illustrations of the scenery, with rich gold highlights.

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        Moonchild

      The Mandrake Press, 1929 A first edition, first printing published by Mandrake Press in 1929. A very good book with a stain to the rear panel without inscriptions. In a very good chipped wrapper with no price clipping. From hinge of spine has some splitting Rare book.[removed][removed]

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        The Complete Poetry of Gaius Valerius Catullus.

      London: Fanfrolico Press, 1929. Tall octavo, signed numbered edition, includes numerous wood engraved illustrations, untrimmed; a crisp copy, top edges gilt, in full brown crushed morocco, title in gilt to spine. A very attractive copy from a limited edition published by the Fanfrolico Press.The accomplished translation is by Jack Lindsay, with a dedication to his brother Phillip Lindsay. Jack Lindsay founded Fanfrolico with P. R. Stephenson and John Kirtley in 1926, with much support from Norman Lindsay. The press published many de luxe editions of Jack Lindsay's translations from the classics. Here the beautifully-executed wood-engravings are by Lionel Ellis.Number 103, signed by Lindsay. Just a little browning to the edges of the pages as common.

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