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        The Mind Reader: A Mystery (First Edition)

      New York: Macaulay, 1929. First Edition. First Edition. Publisher's black cloth with titles and front board illustration in yellow. The second of three crime novels by this noted African-American crime author originally from Jamaica. Supernatural elements, including spiritualism, seances, and astrology present as well. An uncommon and important title in early genre fiction by African-American authors. Frankie Y. Bailey notes: "In 1932, Rudolph Fisher published a mystery novel set in Harlem. [However, ] ... Fisher was not the first black man to write a mystery novel. A journalist named Walter Adolphe Roberts had preceded him by several years. [In Roberts' second book,] ... "The Mind Reader," Daniel Buwalda (white and blonde) sets out to to control the world with the help of a beautiful and malleable Armenian woman whose husband he has destroyed. Buwalda is a psychic, and the hero and his older and smarter brother, both of whom are conversant in the occult, must confront him. The confrontation takes place in a building where there are two black janitors who are easily overpowered and confined in a closet with the building manager. Some brief soil to a few pages, small splits to the cloth at the joints professionally mended. Overall a bright, Very Good plus copy. Hubin p. 688, Reginald 12283. Bleiler (1978), p. 168. Bailey, p. 53.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        L'art et la mort

      First edition, one of 750 numbered copies on vellum, ours unjustified.révorim numbered in binding and justified by Jean de Gonet, smooth back mouse gray box, title and name of the author palladium révorim soft chocolate brown flat curbs and light brown contained a brick wall, flat articulated by strips of fabric, guards and contreplats of gray paper, preserved covers, binding signed de Gonet artifacts.Signed autograph Antonin Artaud Louis de Gonzague-Frick.Book illustrated with a frontispiece of Jean de Bosschère.Some little foxing mainly at the beginning and end of the volume. Denoël & Steele Paris 1929 19x28,5cm relié

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        Good-Bye to All That

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1929. An Autobiography. Octavo. Original pink cloth, titles to spine gilt, publisher's device to rear board. With the Len Lye-designed dust jacket. Monochrome portrait frontispiece of Graves, 7 plates and maps. Bookplate and ownership inscription to front pastedown. Spine slightly rolled, an excellent, bright copy in the unclipped jacket with toned spine, that has some nicks to extremities and 4 cm closed tear to foot of spine panel. First edition, first impression, the rare first issue, with the infamous Sassoon poem extant (pp. 341-43), page 290 in its original state, and without the erratum slip. The story of the suppression of this issue is well recorded. The book printed a poem Sassoon had written to Graves in letter form. Sassoon was horrified and demanded the recall of the edition and the excision of the offending pages. This was done and a second issue produced with asterisks marking where the passages had been. Ironically these honest, fearful and touching lines are some of the best Sassoon ever wrote. As for Graves - of all the thousands of books written about the Great War none has achieved the lasting fame of this brilliant account written by a major author at the height of his powers. Connolly included the book in his list of 100 key books of the Modern Movement noting the peculiar genius of an author to transform autobiography into art.

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        Look Homeward Angel

      Scribner's, 1929 Fine first edition in a very good dust jacket, with no restoration. Comes in a custom-made collector's slipcase. Scribner's, New York, 1929. Scribner's Seal on copyright page, 1929 date on title page and no reference to later printings on copyright page. Original price of $2.50 still on flap of dust jacket.An attractive first issue dustjacket with author's picture printed on back panel. An original dustjacket that is rich in color, without the typical fading or darkening to the spine. Jacket has a fold line on spine, suggesting it was stored folded, which would explain its excellent condition and vivid coloration. Some tiny chips at the top of the spine of the dj.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good.

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        Die Leipziger Neunundneunzig. Zum 25jährigen Bestehen des Leipziger Bibliophilen-Abends.

      Leipzig Selbstverlag 1929 - 4°, 2 Bll., 237 S., 1 Bl. mit 5 Illustrationen von Erich Gruner, 1 signierte Orig.-Radierung von Walter Tiemann, 1 signierte Orig.-Lithographie von Hugo Steiner-Prag, 1 signierter farb. Orig.-Holzstich von Hans Alexander Müller, 1 Tafel, 1 faksimilierte Musikbeilage, Orig.-Halbpergamentband mit Deckelvignette, Rückenvergoldung und Kopfgoldschnitt und Orig.-Schuber. Erste Ausgabe.- Nr. 9 (für Richard Heinze) von insgesamt 106 nummerierten Exemplaren.- Die Beiträge von Franz Adam Beyerlein, Erich Brandenburg, Alfred Doren, Erich Ebstein, Max Förster, Otto Glauning, Paul Graener, Richard Graul, Erich Gruner, Richard Heinze, Anton Kippenberg, Gustav Kirstein, Hermann Michel, Hans Alexander Müller, Wilhelm Pinder, Carl Ernst Poeschel, Richard Schmidt, Levin L. Schücking, Ernst Schulz-Besser, Hans Schulz, Georg Steindorff, Hugo Steiner-Prag, Gerhard Stumme, Walter Tiemann, Heinrich Uhlendahl, Ludwig Volkmann, Kurt Wiedenfeld, Ignaz Wiemeler, Georg Witkowski, Fedor von Zobeltitz.- Rodenberg, Deutsche Bibliophilie 67; Eichhorn/Salter 2.38 (für Hans Alexander Müller).- Rücken mit leichtem Anflug von Stockflecken, Pappschuber oben mit Stockflecken, ein sehr schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Eckert & Kaun GbR]
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        Die neue Baukunst in Europa und Amerika. Mit 303 Abb. und 80 Grundrissen.

      Stuttgart, Julius Hoffmann, 1929. 30 x 24 cm. VII, 226 Seiten, 3 Bll. Grüner Orig.-Leinenband mit Schutzumschlag. *Originalausgabe. Bekanntes Werk zur Architektur der neuen Sachlichkeit der Zwanziger Jahre, erschienen als Band 26 der Reihe \"Bauformen-Bibliothek\". - Vorliegend das Archivexemplar des Verlegers Julius Hoffmann aus der Abteilung der Herstellung. - Vorsatzblatt mit zeitgenöss. Notizen in Bleistift bezüglich der Abbildungen sowie dem handschr. Vermerk \"Im Dezember 1954 Druckstöcke vernichtet\". Wenige Seiten mit kleinen Häkchen bei den Abbildungen in altem Blaustift. Innendeckel mit dem Verlagssignet als Klebemarke. Der Schutzumschlag am Rückendeckel etwas gebräunt sowie mit einer quer verlaufenden Knickspur (war gefaltet beigelegt). Schutzumschlag mit 2 kleinen hinterlegten Einrissen (1-2 cm). - Insgesamt ein sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit wenigen Spuren von der Provinienz des Verlages. / Famous work on the new Bauhaus architecture in Germany and America in the original edition. Provenience: Publishers archiv copy in very good condition including the good preserved rare dust jacket. First flying endpaper with some publishers notices. Dust jacket with 2 small (closed) tears (1-2 cm). With publishers exlibris. In all a very good copy. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Bauhaus Neue Sachlichkeit

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        In a Glass Darkly.

      London: Peter Davies,, 1929. Octavo. Original black cloth, title to spine gilt, top edge grey. With the dust jacket. Frontispiece and illustrations to text by Edward Ardizzone. A few spots to endpapers and edges of text block. An excellent copy in the faintly foxed jacket with some nicks to spine ends. First Ardizzone edition, first impression in the first issue binding of black cloth lettered in gilt. In a Glass Darkly was first published in three volumes in 1872.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        La bataille de Verdun

      Second edition after a few days to the first edition also printed in February 1929. Autograph dispatch dated June 7, 1940 and signed by Philippe Pétain to the Countess of Jumilhac. Illustrated book of 8 cards, 18 prints. An indication, in blue ballpoint pen, library storage on the back of the first flat, a small tear in foot of the back. Payot Paris 1929 14,5x23cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Die Wiener Werkstätte 1903 - 1928. Modernes Kunstgewerbe und sein Weg.

      Wien, Krystall, 1929. Gr.-8°. o. Pag. [73 Bll.] OPp. mit Orig. Kassette. Der aufwendig gestaltete Pappmaché-Einband in Orange-Rot und Schwarz wurde von Vally Wieselthier und Gudrun Baudisch gestaltet. Beiliegend zweiseitiger eighd. Brief Flögls sowie ausgeschnittene eighd. Adresse auf Papier. - Leichte Gbrsp. am Einband. Sehr schönes Exemplar. Kassette mit Gbrsp. Kanten berieben. - Mit 174 tlw. ganzseitigen bzw. farbigen Abbildungen, die einen Querschnitt durch die vielfältigen Erzeugnisse der Wiener Werkstätte zeigen und die Arbeiten u. a. von Gudrun Baudisch, Carl Otto Czeschka, Mathilde Flögl, Josef Hoffmann, Hilda Jesser, Gustav Klimt, Maria Likarz, Berthold Löffler, Kolo Moser, Dagobert Peche, Susi Singer, Max Snischek, Vally Wieselthier, J. E. Wimmer und Julius Zimpel dokumentieren. Erstmals wurde hier jede Seite nach künstlerischen Gesichtspunkten komponiert (Zitat nach Schweiger, S. 124). - Hier mit der seltenen schwarz-roten Kassette! Einmalig. Rarissima. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Autograph; Kunst; Kunsthandwerk, Wiener Werkstätten

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        A Farewell to Arms

      Scribner's, 1929 Original vellum spine and green boards, copy 160 of 510 signed by Hemingway, his only signed limited edition. New slipcase supplied, replacing original publisher's slipcase. Water spots on covers, some chipping of the green covering. Previous owner's writing on half-title page. Comes in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. Signed by Author(s). Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        The Secret and Other Stories

      New York; The Fountain Press; 1929 - First edition, First printing. Number 357 of an edition of 742. Signed on the half-title page by A. A. Milne. Fine in red cloth boards with no fading and with the near fine original acetate cover which is now protected. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        La Novella Del Buon Vecchio E Della Bella Fanciulla

      Very rare first Italian edition of Italo Svevo's story of an old man's sexual obsession with a young woman with introduction by Eugenio Montale. The noted Italian Modernist, Italo Svevo (b. Ettore Schmitz in Trieste, 1861) was unknown in Italy until his encounter with James Joyce in Trieste in 1907 and later recognition in France by Valery Larbaud and Benjamin Crémieux. This novella-published the year after Svevo's death in an automobile accident-is an account of an older man's attraction to a younger woman. The volume also includes Madre (1910), Vino Generoso (1926), Una burla riuscita (1926), Il Vecchione (1928). The English translation entitled The Nice Old Man and the Pretty Girls and Other Stories was commissioned and published by Virginia Woolf for her Hogarth Press. 12mo. Tight copy in very good condition. Uncut after p.129, slight soiling and rubbing on front and back covers, nicks on edge at p.149, faint water stains on top right edge (p.145-316).

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        Times Square

      1929. unbound. very good. View. Uncolored lithograph. Signed and dated. Image measures 15" x 8.5". Bird's eye view of Times Square. Adriaan Lubbers (1892-1954) was a Dutch born artist, who lived and worked in New York City.

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        L'art et la mort

      Denoël & Steele 1929 - - Denoël & Steele, Paris 1929, 19x28,5cm, relié. - Edition originale, un des 750 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin, le nôtre non justifié. Reliure en révorim numérotée et justifiée par Jean de Gonet, dos lisse de box gris souris, titre et nom de l'auteur au palladium, plats de révorim souple marron chocolat en bordures et marron plus clair figurant un mur de brique, plats articulés par des bandes de tissu gris, gardes et contreplats de papier gris, couvertures conservées (couvertures intégralement ombrées), reliure signée De Gonet artefacts. Envoi autographe signé d'Antonin Artaud à Louis de Gonzague-Frick. Ouvrage illustré d'un frontispice de Jean de Bosschère. Quelques petites rousseurs principalement en début et fin de volume. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of 750 numbered copies on vellum, ours unjustified. révorim numbered in binding and justified by Jean de Gonet, smooth back mouse gray box, title and name of the author palladium révorim soft chocolate brown flat curbs and light brown contained a brick wall, flat articulated by strips of fabric, guards and contreplats of gray paper, preserved covers, binding signed de Gonet artifacts. Signed autograph Antonin Artaud Louis de Gonzague-Frick. Book illustrated with a frontispiece of Jean de Bosschère. Some little foxing mainly at the beginning and end of the volume. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A Farewell To Arms

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. First American Edition. Hanneman A8.a. First Printing, with Scribner's seal on copyright page and no legal disclaimer on p.[x]. Octavo; black cloth, with gold title labels on spine and front panel, with titles printed in black; dustjacket; 355pp. Small bookseller's label to front pastedown, with a few small spots to upper edge of text and some trivial rubbing to spine label; Near Fine. Dustjacket the first state, with 'Katharine Barclay' on front flap; unclipped (priced $2.50), spine and panels evenly toned, with light wear, a few short tears, and some shallow chipping along the edges; Very Good.

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        Golf, Volume 1, Stereographic Library, plus Telebincoular viewer

      Meadville, PA: Keystone View Company, 1929. Loose in Folder. Near Fine. Volume 1 (all produced). c. 1929. Complete with 50 stereocards, plus a duplicate of card 26. Housed in original 2 piece box made to look like a book. The cards show the notable players of the time. Americans Bobby Jones, Horton Smith, Gene Sarazen, MacDonald Smith, Johnny Farrell, Leo Diegel, Larry Nabholtz, Billy Burke and two Scots Bobby Cruickshank and Willie Macfarlane. The cards are instructive, showing the proper grip, stance and positions through the swing. Only 2 locations are identified, Winged Foot in New York and Oak Hills in Missouri. Each card includes a write-up on the reverse side by journalist Grantland Rice. RARE We are also including a vintage electric Telebincoular viewer in its original box. The viewer includes cord, light bulb and mount, although we are not sure if the bulb needs to be replaced. Viewer also housed in 2 piece box made to look like a book on a shelf. Boxes with light rubbing. Digital images available upon request.

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        A Farewell to Arms

      Scribner's, 1929 A fine copy in a near fine publisher's original slipcase of the signed limited edition. First American Edition. Limited Issue, one of 500 numbered copies signed by the author. Octavo; 3/4 blue-green paper over vellum, with black leather title label stamped in gilt on spine; 355pp. Numbered and SIGNED by Hemingway. Housed also in a custom-made collector's clamshell case with a leather spine.. Signed by Author(s). Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket.

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        Dream of the Red Chamber. Inscribed and Signed in both English and Chinese by Chi-Chen Wang.

      New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1929 - First edition, first printing. Octavo, 21.2*14.8cm, 371p. Inscribed and signed in both English and Chinese by Chi-chen Wang on half-title page and its reverse separately. Cloth-backed boards soiled, corners worn, internal pages clean. Comes in its original dustjacket now protected in mylar. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      New York, 1929. - - sc A 9-7/9 inch high by 8 inch wide softly hued sepia photograph depicting the great classical music conductor Fritz Reiner in profile from the chest up. Neatly attired in a three piece suit and tie over white shirt, Fritz Reiner's gently, softly smiling face appears illuminated by inspiration. The photographer's stamp is embossed on the bottom left of the image. The photograph is mounted by the photographer, with glue from the verso, into a 15-3/4 inch high by 11-1/2 inch wide creamy white mat. Signed in pencil on the mat at right immediately under the image "Muray" and dated "1929" by the photographer. There are a few spots of abrasion to the emulsion along the top with a couple of spots at the top right corner of the image. A beautiful portrait housed in the photographer's light gray cardboard folder with his pictorial device above his name on the folder's front cover. The Hungarian-born conductor Frederick Martin "Fritz" Reiner (1888-1963) was highly regarded for his performances of Opera and symphonic music. Born in Budapest to a secular Jewish family he studied the piano and composition at the Franz Liszt Academy. Among his teachers was the young composer Bela Bartok. For a time, he worked closely with Richard Strauss before moving to the USA in 1922 to take over as condutor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Taking citizenship in his new country, he taught at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. Both Leonard Bernstein and Lukas Foss where among his students. His appointment as music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1953 marked the pinnacle of his career which included landmark recordings.Like Fritz Reiner, the photographer Nickolas Muray (1892-1965) was born in Hungary. He was a student of lithography, photoengraving and photography. Having fled Europe at the advent of the first World War, he settled in Brooklyn where he found work as a color printer. Opening a studio in Greenwich Village in 1920, he was soon commisioned by Harper's Bazaar to do a portrait of the Broadway actor Florence Reed. Harper's Bazaar were apparently happy with his work as they were soon publishing his photographs on a near monthly basis. As his reputation grew, New York City's elite and celebrities sought him out to have the portraits taken and in 1926, Vanity Fair sent him to Europe to photograph celebrities in London, Paris and Berlin and, in 1929 hired him to photograph Hollywood movie stars. Moving away from his earlier work, Muray turned to commercial photography becoming famous for his work in color advertising. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        On Alexander's Track to the Indus. Personal Narrative of Explorations on the North-West Frontier of India. Carried Out Under the Orders of H. M. Indian Government.

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1929 - Tall octavo. Original smooth red-brown cloth, gilt-lettered spine, embossed gilt roundel to front board, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Errata slip tipped in to p. [1]. Bookplate of Julio Berzunza to front pastedown, with his discreet ink-stamp to half-title. Spine gently rolled with short nick to headcap, mild rubbing to tips and spine-ends, top edge of front board lightly bumped, superficial cracking to hinge between sigs. H & I. An excellent copy with bright plates. Frontispiece and 60 other plates mostly from the author's photographs, 2 folding photographic panoramas, 2 folding colour maps at the rear. First edition, first impression. "Alexander the Great held an abiding fascination for Stein. He made several tours, including one in 1926 through Swat to try to identify the precise location of various events during Alexander's eastern campaign" (ODNB). "In 1926 he took a short journey to the north of Peshawar, and in 1927-28, prompted by John Marshall's discovery of the ancient civilization of the Indus valley, he made two journeys through Baluchistan in search of links with the prehistoric civilization of Sumeria" (Howgego). Yakushi S336; Howgego IV S65 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        On Alexander's Track to the Indus.

      Macmillan & Co., London, 1929 - Personal Narrative of Explorations on the North-West Frontier of India. First ed. 8vo. xvi, 182pp. Frontispiece. 97 illus. on plates. 2 folding maps. Half leather, marble boards, slightly worn, end-papers & flyleaf foxed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Shakespeare. The text of the first Folio with Quarto variants and a selection of modern readings: edited by Herbert Farejon.

      London The Nonesuch Press -1933 1929 - 7 volumes, 8vo, number 693 of a limited edition of 1,600 copies; publisher's pigskin, gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut, with original cardboard slip-cases that are little rubbed and bumped in preserving an exceptionally fine set with none of the usual variances in spine tones, gentle off-setting to edges of endpapers (as usual) otherwise a superb set. 'Produced as the finest looking Shakespeare edition in England', according to Francis Meynell, the founder of Nonesuch Press. Mentioned in Dreyfus as a success, with superb typographical plans that gave the design of the unillustrated pages a sparkle that suited the choice of type. According to Francis Meynell, was one of the first successful examples of the Nonesuch Press in applying modern methods of production to the uses of fine book printing. "We turn over to the Nonesuch Shakespeare. There you have created a most marvellous pleasure. I have handled it ever so many times, and read The Tempest right through. It satisfies. It is final, like the Kelmscott Chaucer or the Ashendene Virgil. And it is a book which charms one to read slowly, an art which is almost gone from us in these times. Every word which Shakespeare uses stands out glowing. A really great edition. The tact and grace of your editor have been surpassing. I think I like the size and shape and binding almost as much as the text. The paper, too, is just right. Altogether a triumph. One of the best things is that it can be done again. Nobody will ever dare to produce the old type of edition now, while your text stands there to reproach them. It means a permanent improvement in Shakespeares" (T.E. Lawrence letter to David Garnett, quoted in The Nonesuch Century, p. 47). The History of the Nonesuch Press, Dreyfus. cat. 58. p.208. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      [Tokyo 1929], Hokuseido. Green cloth, very good, 90p., appe-. ndices. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION. See Perkins pages 126-127.. The object of these lectures on Prosody is clearly told by lecturer Hearn, delivered in the spring of 1902. Covering three major lectures, plus a recapitulation of lectures on scanning, with various examples. The appendices contain: Ob- servations on Letter-Forms, and First Lecture on English Pr- osody: What is Accent ? and What is a Foot? Excellent rea- dings by the master Hearn. Scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Lotto di 16 libri del Godoy più tre opere critico - biografica sul poeta. Notevole raccolta di opere del noto poeta di origini cubane (1880 - 1964) che, trasferitosi a Parigi nel 1919, ebbe ampia notorietà. Testi in francese.

      "Le drame de la passion" Paris Émile - Paul Frères 1929 con un'acquaf. orig. firmata di Mariette Lydis all'antiporta, ediz. originale limitata a 511 esemplari. "Ite missa est" Paris Grasset 1933, ediz. originale. "Du Cantique des Cantiques au chemin de la croix" Paris Grasset 1934. "Triste et Tendre" préface de Jean Royère Paris Grasset 1935 nouvelle édition, uno dei solo 8 esempl. numerati su carta Japon. "Rome" Paris Grasset 1936, ediz. orig. limitata a 2550 esempl. numerati. "Trois poèmes de Saint Jean de la Croix adaptés en Français par Armand Godoy" Paris Grasset 1937, ediz. originale. "A Francis Jammes" Paris Grasset 1939, ediz. orig. limitata a 3654 esempl. numerati. "Bréviaire" Paris Vitte 1941, ediz. orig. limitata a soli 107 esempl. numerati. "De Vêpres a matines" Fribourg Egloff 1944, ediz. orig. uno dei solo X esempl. ad personam. "De Vêpres a matines" Paris Grasset 1944. "Mon fils! Mon fils!" Fribourg Egloff 1946, ediz. orig. limitata a 4000 esemplari. "Rossignol" Fribourg Egloff 1949. "Colloque de la joie" Paris Grasset 1951, con dedica autografa dell'autore all'occhiello. "Hosanna sur le sistre" Paris Grasset 1951. "Monologue de la tristesse. Poèmes" Paris Grasset 1955, con dedica autografa dell'autore all'occhiello. "Sonnets pour Don Juan" Paris Grasset 1956, ediz. orig. limitata a complessivi 3200 esempl. numerati. Infine completano il lotto le opere "Armand Godoy" di Antonio Jacono Milano Ediz. Latine 1935; "Armand Godoy" di Emile Schaub - Koch Paris Messein 1938 e "Armand Godoy" di Anne Fontaine Brescia Morcelliana 1961. Tutte le opere del Godoy sono in brochure edit. spesso intonse e con barbe. Rara collezione. Cfr. Talvart - Place VII.(vedi riproduz.)

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      Berlin: Verlag Hermann Reckendorf G.M.B.H., 1929 - 8° - 126pp - B/w Photo-reproductions. " it is the new photographer" by Werner Gräff (1901-1978) was a German sculptor, painter , graphic designer, photographer and inventor. First edition, text in German language. Original designed by Hans Richter. In Good condition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Original Book Illustration Art.

      This noted Montana-born children's book author and illustrator is remembered for "The Runaway Sardine" (her first book, 1929) and 35 others, most published by Knopf: "The Greedy Goat," "Drusilla," "The Topsy-Turvy Family," "Mr. Wren's House" and others. Offered here is the near-complete original ink and watercolor artwork for an early title illustrated but not authored by Brock: Louise F. Encking's translation of E.T.A. Hoffmann's classic "The Nutcracker and the Mouse=King," published by Albert Whitman & Co. of Chicago in 1930, when Brock was just starting out and hungry for work. Consists of 25 slightly translucent leaves (each two sheets either stapled or tipped together at top), approximately 13" X 17", 14 containing a large single black ink line drawings (six signed by Brock at lower margin) and the remainder mostly containing two small drawings per sheet. All 25 have an overlay sheet on top of the ink drawings bearing the hand colored elements. Below each ink drawing Brock pens a caption (which often differs from the caption that appears in the published book). Very good overall. Minor occasional soiling (most about edges) and edgewear. Bold and handsome illustrations for almost the entire book, some with pencilled editor's notes in the margins, including one or two illustrations omitted from the published book. Front cover art is absent, present only in the form of an 8" X 10" glossy black-and-white photograph used for production purposes. The simple rear dust jacket art is present on a 12½" X 16½" heavy card stock board as well, along with an 8" X 10" glossy black-and-white production photograph of same. A fabulous and quite scarce archive that shows the creative process at work.

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        Winter. A Poem.

      Oxford: University Press,, 1929. Folio, 16 pp. Original marbled paper wrappers, paper label on front cover, stitched as issued. Spine worn otherwise a good clean copy. Limited edition of 350 copies, a facsimile of the first edition of 1726. Signed on the front free endpaper by Edmund Blunden and carrying an 8-line autograph poem in Blunden's careful hand (dated 13 January 1930): "Sicilian roselight, Siegfried, fills your hours, / And yet your heart returns to northern farms / Where the brown stacks drip sleet, and under cowers / The wanderer; flood and tempest have such charms? / And true it is, these taloned branches weave / A bower for you that you will never leave, / These nights of sounding firmamental strife / Are the kind ministrants of your far-conscious life". The poem would appear to be unpublished. Blunden and Sassoon were lifelong friends and this book may well have been given as a parting gift, for early in 1930 Sassoon was advised, for health reasons, to stay in Sicily because of its milder climate.

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      Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929., 1929. First edition. Presentation inscription by the author on the front fly leaf, "To Mr. John V. Cravins Jr., who would be without this copy of THE BISHOP MURDER CASE if Philo Vance had really switched the fatal wine glasses. Blood is thicker than water. S. S. Van Dine 2/21/29." Van Dine has also added the inked comment, "See page 334." On page 334 he has edited the text in ink at two places.Cloth is moderately soiled, lightly foxed, an old, small water stain is visible along the bottom margin of the first 25 pages, but not affecting the text, else a good copy in dust jacket, with light wear to the spine ends, and corners.The murders start with the body of Robin who is found with an arrow through the heart. A note found dealing with the murder was part of a nursery rhyme and signed by 'Bishop'. The only witness may have been Mrs. Drukker and Adolph, but they are not talking. As the murders progress, each one is accompanied by a nursery rhyme. It is up to Philo Vance to unravel the clues and unmask the identity of the murderer known as 'Bishop.'

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        Signed Photograph

      Signed vintage Walery sepia postcard photograph of the legendary entertainer shown in an elaborate feathered costume. 10 x 15 cm, several minor creases but boldly signed and dated Zurick [sic], 1929 and very striking indeed!Baker was most noted as a singer, while in her early career she was a celebrated dancer. She was given the nicknames the "Black Venus" or the "Black Pearl", as well as the "Créole Goddess" in anglophone nations, while in France she has always been known in the old theatrical tradition as "La Baker."

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        Bauhaus. Vierteljahr-Zeitschrift für Gestaltung (Zeitschrift für Gestaltung). Nummer 1, Jahrgang III, Januar 1929

      Bauhaus Dessau, 1929. Inhalt: Hannes Meyer, Bauhaus und Gesellschaft ; Lu Märten, Historischer Materialismus und neue Gestaltung ; Ernst Kallai, Wir leben nicht, um zu wohnen ; Bauen und Leben ; Goldene Ketten - Eiserne Ketten ; H. Neugeboren, Eine Bach-Fuge im Bild ; Mart Stam, Entwurf zu einem Bürogebäude ; Polemik zwischen M. Brandt und N. Gabo, Bauhausstil ; Arieh Sharon, Entwurf zu einem Haus des Arbeiterrates in Jerusalem ; Bauhausnachrichten und Mitteilungen aus dem Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses ; Buchbesprechungen ; Redaktionelle Notizen ; Glossen und Abbildungen. Originalbroschur, 31 Seiten. Umschlag an der Unterkante im Falzbereich ca. 4 cm eingerissen, Umschlag sonst mit kleinen Läsuren und im Buchrücken etwas beschabt. Beiliegend ein originaler ausgefüllter Bestellschein für die Bauhaus-Zeitschrift.

      [Bookseller: ANTIQUARIAT WEBER GbR]
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        Die Wiener Werkstätte 1903 - 1928. Modernes Kunstgewerbe und sein Weg.

      Krystall-Verlag, Wien. 1929. - gr. 8°. OPb. unp. Festschrift zum 25-jährigen Bestehen der Wiener Werkstätte. Das Buch wurde nach Angaben von Josef Hoffmann gestaltet. Jede Seite weist individuelle typographische Gestaltung, zumeist in den Farben Rot, Schwarz, Gold und Silber, auf. Illustrierter Vorsatz. In zahlr., meist farb. Abbildungen wird ein Querschnitt durch die Erzeugnisse der Wiener Werkstätte und deren Künstler wie Gudrun Baudisch, Carl Otto Czeschka, Mathilde Flögl, Josef Hoffmann, Hilda Jesser, Gustav Klimt, Maria Likarz, Berthold Löffler, Kolo Moser, Dagobert Peche, Susi Singer, Max Snischek, Vally Wieselthier, J. E. Wimmer und Julius Zimpel gegeben. Der aufwändig gestaltete Pappmaché-Einband in Orange, Rot und Schwarz wurde von Vally Wieselthier und Gudrun Baudisch gestaltet. Ränder min. berieben, insgesamt schönes Expl. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Von Material zu Architektur. Bauhausbucher 14

      München: Albert Langen 1929 OBrosch mit Vorderseite des OUmschlags, 244 Seiten, 209 Foto-Abb. 18 x 23; ohne Hinterseite des Umschlags, Vorderseite abgeschürft und eine Ecke eingerissen, Buchblock fest, innen tadellos.Architektur, Kunst, Kunstgewerbe, Bauhaus, Avantgarde

      [Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská]
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        Lady Chatterley's Lover.

      Florence: Privately printed [Edward Titus], 1929., 1929. Second authorized edition: the Author's Unabridged Popular Edition. Octavo, pp.365. Bound in original brown paper wrappers printed in black, with Phoenix design to front cover, white label to spine, price "60Frs" to upper right and "LeCram Press-Paris" printed on back cover. One of 3000 copies printed; the novel was initially published in an edition of 1,000 copies by the Orioli Press, Florence (1928), and was almost immediately pirated by at least four different publishers. Lawrence had always intended to release a cheap version, and hoped that this official cheaper edition would discourage piracies. He struck a deal with Edward Titus and wrote a new introduction regarding the pirated printings entitled 'My Skirmish with Jolly Roger'. Fragile covers with some wear, a few tears to joints, some small chips to spine ends, title label intact, some edge-chipping. Overall a decent copy of this notoriously fragile book, seldom seen in such condition. Housed in a bespoke black morocco-spined clamshell box with felt lining. An uncommon survival.

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      La Baskonia, Buenos Aires 1929 - 215 con varios desplegables genealógicos Edición limitada de ejemplares Encuadernación holandesa con lomo y puntas en piel.

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        Torquato Tasso. Ein Schauspiel.

      Ratio-Presse, Darmstadt 1929. - 176 Seiten, 1 Blatt. Original-Pergamenteinband (21,5 x 31cm) mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und goldener Einbandvignette nach Entwurf von F. W. Kleukens. Goethes Schauspiel wurde als vierte Veröffentlichung der Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Ratio-Presse Darmstadt in 150 numerierten Exemplaren gedruckt mit der Garamond der Schriftgießerei D. Stempel A.-G., Frankfurt am Main. Hier die Nummer 23. Zeichnung des Titels, der Initialen und des Einbandes von F. W. Kleukens. Rodenberg 532. - Einband etwas fleckig, insgesamt ein schönes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun GbR]
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        Is Sex Necessary? or Why You Feel the Way You Do

      New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed by White on the title page, "E B White." E. B. White's third book, and one co-authored with James Thurber who also provided the illustrations. Exceedingly rare in a first edition, first printing, published in a small run of 2,500 copies. There is a theory that the first 1500 copies were bound in the light green boards like this edition in September, two 500 copy runs bound later in a different way. [Hall A3]. First Printing. xxix, 197 pp. 8vo. Wear and scuffing to covers, bumping to corners, paper loss to each. Light green paper covered boards with Thurber's drawing of a man in the lower right corner of the front board, black cloth spine has bumping at heading and foot, gold embossed titling. First Printing as indicated by the cod "I-D" on the copyright page (September 1929) [Hall A3].

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        El Greco

      [New York]: Privately Printed [by The Derrydale Press], 1929. First edition, first issue , no. 58 of 100 copies, with errata on page 49 tipped-in. Printed by Eugene V. Connett at the Derrydale Press. 14 plates. xii, 49 pp. with explanatory note tipped in at p. 49. Printed on Van Gelder Zonen paper. 1 vols. 8vo. Original gray boards, gilt, parchment paper spine and corners. Spine lightly sunned, else fine. Signed on title page as well. Booklabel on pastedown of Josephine B. Crane Sugar Hill Dalton, Mass. Half black morocco clamshell box, with morocco label on upper cover. First edition, first issue , no. 58 of 100 copies, with errata on page 49 tipped-in. Printed by Eugene V. Connett at the Derrydale Press. 14 plates. xii, 49 pp. with explanatory note tipped in at p. 49. Printed on Van Gelder Zonen paper. 1 vols. 8vo. One of 100 copies. A choice copy of a rare bookInscribed by the author on the front flyleaf "To Mrs W. Murray Crane". She was the widow of Senator Winthrop Murray Carne of Dalton, Mass., and of the paper mill family. With an ALS to Mrs Crane laid in, "It is El Greco the man that interests me. The world is all wrong about him and he could paint anything ... " Siegel 23; Frazier G-18-a

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        Ulysse. Traduit de l¿anglais par Auguste Morel assisté par Stuart Gilbert. Traduction entièrement revue par Valery Larbaud avec la collaboration de l¿auteur

      - Paris, La Maison des Amis des Livres, Adrienne Monnier, 1929. In -4 (cm. 23,5x18,2), pp. 870. Brossura editoriale. Edizione originale. Uno degli 875 (n. 137) esemplari su alfa vergé. Tiratura complessiva di 1220 esemplari. Prima traduzione francese del capolavoro di Joyce. Fioriture ai margini delle pagine, ma nell¿insieme ottimo esemplare. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Les Liaisons Dangereuses

      Paris: The Black Sun Press,, 1929. 2 volumes, quarto. Original cream-coloured wrappers, lettered in red & black on spines and front covers. With the glassine jackets and original silver slipcases. With 14 full page colour illustrations by Alastair (with glassine guards). Volume II slipcase split at head, slight discolouration around the spines of both volumes, light creasing in places, otherwise a very attractive set with the slipcases. First edition illustrated by Alastair; volume I is numbered 97 and volume II numbered 54 of 1,000 copies printed on Moirans paper. This is the wrappered issue, another version was issued in magenta cloth. Alastair was the pseudonym of the German-born writer and illustrator Hans Henning Voigt (1887-1969). "He was a self-taught artist and worked most of his life in Germany, interesting himself in decadence and transvestism. His black and white work is very sensuous and derivative of Beardsley, his colour illustrations have more the feel of the contemporary Russian school of ballet designers" (Houfe, The Dictionary of 19th Century British Book Illustrators, p. 335). The Black Sun Press was the private press of American expatriates Harry and Caresse Crosby and was one of the most exciting small presses of the 20s and 30s. Laclos's classic eighteenth-century erotic novel, written in epistolary form, was first published in 1782; the translation is Ernest Dowson's version of 1898.

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        L'abbesse de Castro

      Javal et Bourdeaux 1929 - Paris, Javal et Bourdeaux, 1929 In-8 (23cm x 16cm) de [4ff.] & 180pp. 19 compositions couleurs de Malassis gravées sur cuivres par Delzers et Feltesse. Ouvrage tiré à 200 exemplaires dont 15 sur Japon contenant un état en couleurs avec remarques, un état en sanguine, un état en bleu, la décomposition d'une planche et une suite de Siméon inachevée à cause de sa mort, 35 sur Japon enrichis de même sans la suite de Siméon, 30 exemplaires sur Annam comportant 3 états des illustrations dont un en bleu et un en sanguine et 120 sur vélin ne comportant que l'état définitif. Plein maroquin lie-de-vin, dos à 4 nerfs auteur et titre frappés or, contre-plats largement bordés de même maroquin avec encadrements dorés et filets à froid, tête dorée, couvertures et dos conservés, sous chemise et étui. Celui-ci un des 30 sur Annam avec 3 états des illustrations reliés dans le corps du texte et intégralement montés sur onglets (N°54). Enrichi de 4 dessins originaux au fusain présentés sous marie-louise et reliés en début d'ouvrage. Très bel exemplaire, étui en bel état, frottements au dos de la chemise, reliure en très bel état; intérieur idem, frais. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Shakespeare. The text of the First Folio with Quarto variants and a selection of modern readings, 7 vol. [complete]

      Random House / Nonesuch Press 1929-1933, New York / London - Seven volumes, 8vo, t.e.g., all edges untrimmed, bound in full tan niger morocco, gilt titles on spine, five raised bands, gilt rules on covers and turn-ins; with the plain cardboard slipcases present. Designed by Francis Meynell, set in Monotype Fournier and printed by the Cambridge University Press on Pannekoek mould-made paper. No. 1385 of a total of 1600 sets (1050 for sale in Great Britan and 550 for the United States). "The Shakespeare represents the chef d'oeuvre of the Nonesuch Press, and is a model of careful proof reading and imaginative setting. The best of ancient and modern conjectural emendations are unobstrusively set in the margins for the benefit of a glancing eye. This is the finest of all editions of our greatet poet." (From "The Nonesuch Century," p. 69). This set is in superlative condition, protected all these years by the slipcases, which show only minor fingersoiling and occasional edgewear (but all panels are firmly intact). There is only a touch of variation in the niger morocco among the volumes, and light offsetting from turn-ins onto endpapers, both characteristics of which are always present to some degree. Symons, The Nonesuch Century, 58; Dreyfus, History of the Nonesuch Press, 58. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: George Ong Books]
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        Trout and Angling. Being Part Two of The Fishes of Massachusetts, first published in 1833 at Boston. [Two page Publisher's Note signed E.V.C.]

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1929. First Derrydale edition, ONE OF 50 LARGE PAPER COPIES. With two facsimile plates and title page vignette all colored by hand. [viii], 64, [4] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original half green morocco and boards, t.e.g., other edges uncut. Slightest rubbing to extremities. Fine copy of a rare and fragile book. First Derrydale edition, ONE OF 50 LARGE PAPER COPIES. With two facsimile plates and title page vignette all colored by hand. [viii], 64, [4] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. A reprint of the edition of 1833, the first book on fishing to be published in America. Siegel 31; Frazier S-12-b

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Cherished Portraits of Thoroughbred Horses, from the Collection of William Woodward. With Notes by W.S. Vosburgh

      [New York]: Privately Printed, Ernest R. Gee, 1929. First edition. One of 300 copies designed and printed by Eugene V. Connett at The Derrydale Press. With 68 engraved plates and three charts. vii, 297 pp. 1 vols. Large 4to. Original full red morocco, panelled spine with raised bands, t.e.g., by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, a little cover wear, else fine. First edition. One of 300 copies designed and printed by Eugene V. Connett at The Derrydale Press. With 68 engraved plates and three charts. vii, 297 pp. 1 vols. Large 4to. "This was Connett's first major work in fine book production. It was contracted through Ernest Gee, and Mr. Woodward spared no expense ... " Siegel. The idea had come to Mr. Woodward to do a book about the portraits he owned after listening to Mr. Vosburgh regale him with stories about them one Sunday afternoon. Inscribed on flyleaf "To Randall Davy/ with the best wishes/ William Woodward". Siegel 22; Frazier V-4-a

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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