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        \"Kiev. La ville sainte de Russie. \"\" La mère des villes Russes\"\". (Einbd.untertit.: Son histoire, ses monasteres, ses mosaiques & fresques, ses oeuvres d`art). Texte, aquarelles et dessins de G.-K. Loukomski. Préface de Ch(arles) Diehl.\"

      Paris, Edition J. Danguin (1929). \"2°. XV(1), 119(7) S. Mit XVI Taf. m. mont. farb. Abb. nach Aquarellen, 64 Tafeln mit photogr. Abb. sowie m. Buchschmuck u. einigen kl. Textillustr. Dekorativer blauer Halbfranzband d. Zeit auf 5 Bünden mit Rü.titel u. dez. Streicheisenverz. in Goldpräg., Kopfgoldschnitt u. marmor. Vorsatzpapieren m. Goldauflage (unter Beibindung des OEinbandes mit dreifarb. Deckelbild). An den Kapitalen, Rü.kanten u. Ecken berieben; Vorderdeckel stellenw. fleckig.\" Erste Ausgabe. Prachtvoller Bildband über die Sakralbauten der ukrainischen Hauptstadt Kiew. Mit einem umfassenden Kapitel über die Sophienkathedrale. Text in französischer Sprache und mit Literaturverzeichnis auf Ss. 117-119. - Verfasst und eigenhändig illustriert von dem russischen Maler, Zeichner und Kunstschriftsteller Georgij Kreskentjewitsch Lukomskij (1884-1952). Versand D: 15,00 EUR Kiew, Mutter aller russischen Städte, Ukraine, Kunst, Architektur, Sakralbau, Kirchenbau, Sophienkathedrale, Kreuzkuppelkirche, Religion, Russisch-Orthodoxe Kirche, Photographie, Church architecture, Architecture religieuse, Églises

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        THE SHORT STORIES OF H. G. WELLS ...

      Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.,. 1929. original dark blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold, decorated endpapers.. Gold stamping on spine panel a bit dull, a clean, tight, very good. copy. A wonderful association copy. (#147712). First U.S. edition. A presentation copy with nice inscription by Wells on the title page: "To R. H. Winter / who was kind beyond words / to poor lost Odette Keun/ - such a timid woman / Gratefully, / H. G. Wells / [sketch of a string of camels with Odette running past a signpost labeled "To the Sudan," captioned "I want to go to the desert where there ain't no Wells"]. Below this Odette has written: "Now I ask you: is that like me? O.K." Accompanied by an holograph letter to Winter from Odette dated May 8, n.y., written on two postcards with photographic views of the villa, "Lou Pidou," which she and Wells built on the French Riviera. (One of these pictures is reproduced on page 408 of Smith.) Odette writes she is sending Winter "Pidoo's short stories as I don't know when his new book will be out ... and a short story of mine in French." She and Wells "are both here [at the villa] in incessant rain, & both writing, Pidoo a Great Fat book which is called the 'Science of Work & Wealth" ... and I an article on the Sudan ... such a unique colonial experiment that my professional conscience won't give me any rest until I say what I think about it ..." Odette Keun and Wells lived together for many years during the 1920s and 1930s. Their relationship ended badly -- Wells dumped her -- and subsequently Keun wrote some very mean things about him ("H. G. Wells - - The Player." TIME AND TIDE, October 1934). Wells caricatured her as "Dolores Wilbeck" in APROPOS OF DOLORES, a bitingly amusing novel published in 1938. For a good account of their tumultuous relationship, see Smith, pp. 408-15. Anatomy of Wonder (1981) 1-179; (1987) 1-102; (1995) 1-102; and (2004) II-1231. Bleiler (1978), p. 205. Reginald 10067. See Hammond C8.

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        Monsieur des Lourdines. Illustré de vingt-deux eaux-fortes originales en couleurs et de seize culs-de-lampe gravés par Henri Jourdain.

      Paris: éditions d'art Devambez, 1929 - Tirage limité à 216 exemplaires, in-4; celui-ci l'un des 20 exemplaires d'artiste sur vélin de Rives, enrichi de 3 aquarelles originales et d'un dessin préparatoire à la mine de plomb, ainsi qu'une série de 8 eaux-fortes en tirage d'essai, certaines avec remarques. 167p., [4p.]; 22 belles eaux-fortes en couleurs dont 6 hors-texte, 16 culs-de-lampe gravés. En feuillets, couvertures rempliées, sous chemise et étui cartonnés de l'éditeur. Petits frottis aux arêtes de l'étui, autrement bel exemplaire. Belle édition illustrée de ce roman du bocage poitevin, qui obtint le prix Goncourt en 1911. "Monsieur des Lourdines" évoque plusieurs thèmes dont la décadence de la vieille famille rurale, le retour de l'enfant prodigue, mais aussi la joie de la musique et les liens d'amour paternel. Monod I, 2703. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pan American Peace Plans. Signed "Charles E. Hughes"

      1929. signed by the author to front free endpaper. Pan American Peace Plans, Signed by Hughes Hughes, Charles Evans [1862-1948]. Pan American Peace Plans. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1929. [iv], 68 pp. Cloth in dust jacket. Light edgewear to dust jacket, some fading to spine, chipping to ends. "Charles E. Hughes" in bold hand to front free endpaper, internally clean. $500. * First edition. An associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1910-1916, Hughes resigned to accept the Republican presidential nomination. Secretary of State from 1921 to 1925, Hughes was appointed again to the Court as Chief Justice, an office he held from 1930 to 1941. He is the only person who served two terms on the Court. In 1928 Hughes represented the U.S. at the Pan American Conference. Pan American Peace Plans is his review of that event. Hughes believed this conference "represented the most complete and effective cooperation that has been witnessed in any meeting of the representatives of the American republics" (68).

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        The Legion Book, an extraordinary copy of the limited issue of the first edition, finely bound and signed by 85 prominent contributing writers and artists and four prime ministers, three British and one French

      London: Privately printed by The Curwen Press for H.R. H. The Prince of Wales, 1929. First edition, limited issue, signed. Leather-bound. This is the beautiful and rare limited, finely bound issue of the first edition, signed by 89 individuals comprising a stunning constellation of leading lights in British literature and arts, including all of the contributing writers and illustrators, as well as four prime ministers. The First World War is often eclipsed by the world-consuming conflagrations of the latter part of the twentieth century, notably the Second World War and Cold War. But it was the First World War that truly stunned civilization, ushering an age of inconceivable carnage and vast, industrialized brutality. When war came in August 1914, prevailing sentiment held that industrialized war would be decisive and short. “You will be home before the leaves have fallen from the trees,” Kaiser Wilhelm assured his troops leaving for the front in August. More than four extraordinary bloody years followed, lasting until the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918. In his own history of the First World War, Winston Churchill wrote: “Overwhelming populations, unlimited resources, measureless sacrificeÂ… could not prevail for fifty months…” The British Empire alone suffered nearly 3.2 million casualties, including more than 900,000 dead and more than 2 million wounded. At the end of the First World War, the pension for a totally disabled man was only 30 shillings a week and no claim could be made seven years after discharge. In May 1921 several ex-servicemenÂ’s organizations were amalgamated to form the Royal British Legion. Thereafter, the Legion actively involved itself with the social issues of employment and pensions for both able and disabled ex-servicemen or their dependants. The Legion Book was commissioned by the LegionÂ’s patron, H.R.H. The Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII and, after his abdication, the Duke of Windsor), with sale proceeds dedicated to the Legion. The 85 contributing artists were among the most talented British subjects in their fields, including Winston Churchill, Rudyard Kipling, P.G. Wodehouse, Aldous Huxley, Vita Sackville-West, G.K. Chesterton, Hilaire Belloc, Augustus John, Eric Kennington, and John Nash. The book was edited by James Humphrey Cotton Minchin (1894-1966), a First World War veteran of the Cameronians and the Royal Flying Corps. Trade editions ran to multiple printings, but there was also a 600 copy limited edition. 500 of these were signed by the editor, but “the first 100 were reserved for H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, sponsor of the volume, in his gift.” These hundred were simply magnificent - printed in red and black by The Curwen Press on larger, hand-made paper, profusely illustrated, beautifully bound in elaborately blind and gilt-tooled white pigskin, and signed by 89 luminaries. Massive volumes, they measure 13 x 10 x 2 inches and weigh 6.6 pounds. This is a magnificent, fine example of one of these hundred copies, rendered particularly special by being an unnumbered copy in exceptional condition, preserved in the original folding cloth clamshell box. All 85 contributing artists signed this copy. Four additional signatures are those of three British Prime Ministers – David Lloyd George, Stanley Baldwin, and Ramsay MacDonald – and French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau. The tally is five prime ministers if we count Churchill, who signed as a contributor, but would become prime minister himself in 1940. Signatures appear on seven different pages within. The binding is nearly flawless, with virtually no wear and only trivial hints of soiling, staining, and minimal handling. The contents are bright and clean, with trivial spotting confined to the endsheets. The limitation page bears no number; we have not encountered another copy thus. Superlative condition owes to the presence of the original felt-lined cloth clamshell case. The case shows modest scuffing and staining, and some spotting of the felt lining. Bibliographic reference: Cohen B38.1, Woods B12(a).

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector]
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        The Sound and the Fury

      New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Very Good, lacking the dust jacket. Black and white art deco style boards with pattern repeated on endsheets. Inner hinges starting. Light edge wear, and light staining to spine cloth, tiny tear to cloth at back of head. Small piece of rear free end paper stuck to paste down. Pages clean and bright.

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        43 Offprints by C D Darlington 1929-1959

      various. PAMPHLET. Forty-three offprints by C.D. Darlington from 1929 - 1959. Including "Telosynapsis or Structural Hybridity in Oenothera?", 1929; "Studies in Prunus, III", 1930; "Polyploids and Polyploidy", 1929; "A Comparative Study of the Chromosome Complement in Ribes", 1929; "Chromosome Behaviour and Structural Hybridity in the Tradescantiae", 1929. First editions. Original wrappers. Some have prior owners stamps, or identification of author and date of the item in ink on cover, else very good. Full list available upon request * Rare books make Fine Gifts. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

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        The Brook Kerith. A Syrian Story with twelve engravings by Stephen Gooden.

      William Heinemann Ltd, London 1929 - First illustrated Edition. No.54 of 375 copies, signed by Moore and Gooden. 12 original copper engravings (nine full-page). Tall 8vo, original full vellum, gilt lettering on spine, untrimmed. Few dark spots on the vellum as usual, edges a little darkened, otherwise good. In 1913 the important Irish author George Moore (1852-1933) journeyed to Jerusalem to research background for his novel The Brook Kerith. This book is based on the supposition that a non-divine Christ did not die on the cross but was nursed back to health and eventually travelled to India to learn wisdom which obviously embroiled Moore in considerable controversy." Moore importance was huge. According to Richard Ellmann he heavily influenced Joyce and is often referred to as the first great modern Irish novelist. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A Farewell to Arms

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1929 - First Edition, First Printing with copyright 1929 printed on the copyright page and the publisher's seal present. This First Issue dustjacket has the publisher's $2.50 price present with Katharine Barclay First Issue point on the front flap of the dustjacket. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has minor wear to the spine and edges. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with light wear to the spine. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. An attractive UNRESTORED copy with the original dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Loved Helen and Other Poems

      London: Chatto & Windus,, 1929. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. A little bumped to lower corner, small mark to lower board, faint partial tanning to free endpapers. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        LANCELOT 28º - 7º (GUIA INTEGRAL DE UNA ISLA ATLANTICA)

      Madrid 1929 - Materia: Libro del siglo XX. Poesía. Canarias. ilustración. Modernismo. Ultraísmo. Surrealismo. Publicación: Madrid, ALFA, 1929. Primera edición. Descripción física: Octavo (19 cm.) 127 páginas. Rústica editorial. Conservación: Buen estado, cubiertas sucias y con pequeños desperfectos. Notas: Dedicatoria y firma manuscrita del Autor. Agustín Espinosa García Estrada:Fue un poeta y narrador español, nacido en el Puerto de la Cruz en 1897, Tenerife y fallecido en Los Realejos en 1939. La obra literaria de Agustín Espinosa, notablemente dispersa desde sus orígenes, abarcaría una gran diversidad de géneros, tales como el de la poesía, el relato, diarios, cartas, conferencias, artículos de opinión, prólogos, ensayos, así como una posiblemente inconclusa pieza teatral. La personalidad y escritura de Agustín Espinosa, figura clave para el entendimiento del renacer cultural canario tras las pretéritas incursiones del archipiélago en las tendencias de la Ilustración y el modernismo, supondrían un fenómeno decisivo en el desarrollo de la vanguardia literaria dentro de las islas y en la implicación de Canarias con respecto al movimiento surrealista internacional. Con ocasión de su destinamiento en Lanzarote, el recién nombrado Comisario Regio del nuevo Instituto local de Arrecife compondría una serie de redacciones o capítulos que, más tarde, supondrían el contenido íntegro de su trabajo de vanguardia Lancelot 28º-7º [Guía integral de una isla atlántica], obra de difícil clasificación y una poética y estética rupturistas que, sin embargo, reflejaría con claridad la apuesta de su autor por la continuidad de los principios formales y universalistas expuestos con anterioridad en La Rosa de los Vientos. RS2 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Bitter Sweet

      Martin Secker, London 1929 - 111 Pp. Gray, Possibly Gray-Green, Cloth, With Paper Spine Label Printed, Very Good, Light Edge Wear With Considerable Rubbing To Spine Label, Upper Front Tip Bumped. In Very Good White Dj, Fading To Red Background On Spine, Wear With Small Edge Tears And A Few Minute Losses. Inscribed "For B----- In Memory Of Several Ovaries, One Or Two Appendixes And A Lovely Perforated Drum. Noel". [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Gods' Man and Mad Man's Drum (two volume set) with signed self-portrait

      New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, 1929 & 1930. First editions. Two volume set in a boxed. Octavos [21 cm] 1/4 black cloth over black and white illustrated boards. Both volumes near fine. In publisher's slipcase that is very good. Self portrait is fine. Ward's first and second "wordless novels" sold in the Jonathan Cape slipcase that has the same artwork as the boards of Mad Man's Drum. This set was issued with a signed self portrait of Ward. This set and print were likely made as a promotional piece and gifted to friends of the publisher and artist. The self-portrait was limited to 100 copies. Scarce Ward wrote of the works "I had earlier believed that every block should be conceived in the simplest terms possible, then cut with an absolute minimum of tool work. I had worked on the premise that every image should be developed only as far as was necessary to produce a comprehensible statement for that particular point in the visual sequence. Now, with those earlier miles behind me, it seemed reasonable to take a different approach to the actual cutting the blocks. In God's Man, except for the use of round and flat gravers to remove the white areas, all the rendering of figures and landscapes had been done with a single line tool. I Madman's Drum, by contrast, I sought to develop a wider range of tool work and utilized small round gravers to break up a large dark area with small jabs of the tool, thus achieving a variety both of tonal effect and textural quality. At the same time, I put more emphasis on decorative patterns in such things as dress material and the walls of interiors, which I hoped would not only result in richer and more varied impact from block to block but also help the reader identify recurring characters and backgrounds more readily as the story developed.

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        Leda

      Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1929. Signed by Aldous Huxley. With 3 wood engravings by Eric Gill. One of 361 copies, this no.84, signed by Aldous Huxley. Set in Bodoni type and printed on Utopian White Laid paper by The Marchbanks Press. 8vo., original cream linen, black and gilt spine label, in the original card slipcase. An exceptionally fresh and clean copy. A scarce US publication with some beautiful Gill engravings.

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        43 Offprints by C D Darlington 1929-1959

      various. PAMPHLET. Forty-three offprints by C.D. Darlington from 1929 - 1959. Including "Telosynapsis or Structural Hybridity in Oenothera?", 1929; "Studies in Prunus, III", 1930; "Polyploids and Polyploidy", 1929; "A Comparative Study of the Chromosome Complement in Ribes", 1929; "Chromosome Behaviour and Structural Hybridity in the Tradescantiae", 1929. First editions. Original wrappers. Some have prior owners stamps, or identification of author and date of the item in ink on cover, else very good. Full list available upon request * Rare books make Fine Gifts. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

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        Adreßbuch für München und Umgebung 1930, nach dem Stande von Mitte Oktober 1929.

      Hrsgg.: Adreßbuchverlag der Industrie- und Handelskammer [IHK] München. - 4°, Halbleinwandeinband, XVII und 1144 und 1032 und 179 und 410 und 159 Seiten. Enthält neben der Stadt München noch zahlreiche weitere Gemeinden, so z.B. Gauting, Grünwald, Baierbrunn, Feldkirchen, Fürstenfeldbruck, Garching, Gräfelfing, Oberhaching, Ottobrunn, Riem, Starnberg. Einband berieben und mit partiellen Abschabungen der obersten Pappschicht vorne, Einband am Rücken leicht vom Block gelöst, Block partiell stockfleckig, erste Seiten mit Falz, der ehedem beigelegte Stadtplan fehlt, sonst gut erhalten und komplett.

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        LAST BOOKPLATES. BEING A COLLECTION OF DESIGNS

      Flansham, Bognor, Sussex: At the Pear Tree Press, 1929. Fine binding. Last Bookplates, designed at various times, and here with bookplate illustrations presented in appropriate colours. There is a tipped-in etched frontispiece bookplate. The edition consists of 90 copies printed by hand at The Pear Tree Press, Flansham, Bognor, Sussex. This is no 9, and is signed by James Guthries. In original cloth-backed boards with printed label on the front cover. Housed in custom black cloth clamshell box with a morocco label titled in gilt to the spine. Fine binding.

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

      Druck von Otto von Holten,, Berlin, 1929 - 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. Sprache: Deutsch illustrierte Original-Klammerheftung, abgesehen von der Lochung in Vorder- und Hinterdeckel ein gutes Exemplar dieses seltenen Kataloges.

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        Noisy Nora

      F. A. Stokes Co. 1929 - No jacket. Very worn. Boards are heavily rubbed, the titling is almost totally worn away. Paste-down illustration has some nicks. Bumping and heavy wear to edges and corners. The spine has been restored and the title hand-written over the newer cloth, which is also well-worn, particularly at the edges. The rear pastedown endpaper is torn up, as though a bookplate had been attached and then taken out. The pages are stained, wrinkled, and torn. Some of the larger tears have been repaired with tape. The repaired binding is holding the book together, but is not very attractive. Fourth Printing. Size: 16mo - over 5 3/4 in - 6 3/4 in tall. Year: 1929. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Moholy-Nagy: "VON MATERIAL ZU ARCHITEKTUR" Der Weg zum Erlebnis von Plastik und Architektur - Bauhausbücher 14

      München: Albert Langen Verlag, 1929 - 8° - 241pp - B/w Photo-reproductions. Bauhaus Book N° 14 " from material to architecture" The way to experience of sculpture and architecture by L. Moholy-Nagy (1895.1946)Hungarian painter and photographer as well as a professor in the Bauhaus school. First edition, text in German language. Original yellow binding (red title). In Very good condition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Winding Stair

      The Fountain Press, New York 1929 - Warde, Frederic. First edition, one of 642 numbered copies, signed by the author on the half-title. Printed at the Printing House of William Edwin Rudge on Kalmar Paper. Designed by Frederic Warde. 26, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Wade 169; Connolly 56D Original blue cloth with two small red morocco spine title labels. Near fine Printed at the Printing House of William Edwin Rudge on Kalmar Paper. Designed by Frederic Warde. 26, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo First edition, one of 642 numbered copies, signed by the author on the half-title. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Toussaint-Louverture. Manuscrit autographe.

      1929 - 138 ff. in-4 en feuilles. Manuscrit intégral de cette biographie rédigée en 1929 et publiée en 1930 chez Firmin-Didot dans la collection Histoires d'outre-mer. Joint le tapuscrit et les notes préparatoires manuscrites (environ 150 feuillets). Michel Vaucaire (1904-1980), auteur de biographies de Bolivar, de Foujita et de livres sur la bibliophilie ; il collabora avec Charles Dumont et épousa Geneviève Colin, connu sous le nom de Cora Vaucaire.

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        David Golder EDITION ORIGINALE Service de presse ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Grasset, 1929. Fine. Grasset, Paris 1929, 12x19cm, broché. - First edition, one of 300 numbered copies on Alfa paper and reserved to the press office. autograph dedication of the author autograph signed by Irene Nemirovsky to the publisher Fayard. A bookseller description tag glued the head of a guard, small pits mainly affecting the very first and very last leaf. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 300 exemplaires numérotés sur alfa et réservés au service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de Irène Némirovsky à l'éditeur Arthème Fayard. Une étiquette de description de libraire encollé en tête d'une garde, petites piqûres affectant essentiellement les tous premiers et tous derniers feuillets.

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        Lives and Deaths of Roland Greer

      New York: Albert & Charles Boni. 1929. First. First edition. Owner's name, noting it was bought by him in the year of publication in Mississippi, else just about fine in attractive, near fine dustwrapper with slight age-toning and very light wear. "The story of a boy who is dominated all his life by two outside forces -- Male and Female. His soul becomes the warring ground of other people's desire for domination, while his emotional nature becomes so warped and sensitized that he develops various "lives" with different people." Young. The Male Homosexual in Literature 2123. .

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        Das Blumenbuch., (Zeichnungen in holz geschnitten von Fritz Kredel).

      (Mainz, Mainzer Pressse für Leipzig, Insel, 1929 - 1930). - 250 handkolorierte Holzschnitt-Tafeln. Eines von 1000 Exemplaren. - "Die Hand-Kolorierung besorgte Emil Wöllner. Die Namen der Blumen bestimmte Hans Heil". - Sarkowski 950. - Papierbedingt gebräunt, kaum fleckig. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 3100 4°. OPp. mit Rücken- und Deckelschild (Rückenschilder mit kl. Einrissen, etw. bestoßen, fleckig und gebräunt). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Pirate Twins.

      London: Faber & Faber Ltd, [1929]. Oblong format. Original pictorial boards, as issued. Housed in a brown cloth solander box. Cover designs, pictorial pastedowns, and 28 full-page illustrations by the author, the illustrations interleaved with plain paper; no letterpress. Rubbing and slight loss of paper at corners and ends of spine, toning to spine, chip to paper over boards at top end of spine. A very attractive copy. Special signed edition, one of 60 copies only thus, numbered and signed by the artist in pale green ink on the front pastedown. This copy was presented to Maria Cimino, former Children's librarian at The New York Public Library from Marcia Brown, a Caldacott Award recipient.

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        'De la passion de la colère - saura être brutal. De la vulgarité morale'. Grafologisch dossier in opdracht van Gaston Burssens samengesteld door Jéhanne Salti-Goetz (1890-1945) met psychologische handschriftanalyses van J. Slauerhoff, E. du Perron, Paul van Ostaijen en Gaston Burssens. 1929-1930.

      Drie uitvoerige analyses in het Frans in handschrift van Salti (die van Du Perron in onbekend handschrift) en vier (uitgebreide) begeleidende brieven in het Frans in handschrift van Salti aan Burssens (d.d. 19-9-1929, 3-3-1930, 30-4-1930 en 29-7-1930). Met een afschrift door Burssens van een brief van Du Perron aan Burssens over zijn handschriftanalyse (d.d. 14-2-1930).* Op 28 maart 1930 ontleedde Salti een handschrift van Slauerhoff: '[...] onmethodisch, beheerst gevoelsleven dat zich plotseling heftig kan uiten, assimilatievermogen, verbeeldingskracht, meegaand, arglistig en ongrijpbaar karakter [...]' (vertaling; geciteerd naar Hazeu). Het handschrift met haar bevindingen ('Etude Graphologique/ (Mr? Slauerhof copie)'; 40 regels tekst) is in dit dossier aanwezig, evenals die van Du Perron, Van Ostaijen en Burssens. Salti ontleedde de literaire handschriften zonder enige kennis van de schrijvers. De analyse van Van Ostaijen is door Burssens gepubliceerd in een aflevering van Vlaamsche Arbeid (1929), terwijl de overige drie lange tijd als verloren gegaan werden beschouwd.Du Perron nam het grafologisch werk van madame Salti serieus: de analyse van Van Ostaijen vond hij 'voortreffelijk', die van Slauerhoff 'werkelijk opvallend juist, voor zover ik kan beoordelen'. De schrijver ontmoette Salti ook enkele malen. Slauerhoffs reactie is helaas niet overgeleverd.Bijgevoegd is Salti's exemplaar van J. Cuissinat, Pour connaître l'homme par son écriture (Parijs 1931), boordevol tekst en uitleg. Interessante en comtemporaine verzameling pseudowetenschappelijke literaria.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fokas HOLTHUIS]
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        FORBIDDEN DOORS.

      London, Bombay, Sydney: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., [1929] - Octavo, pp. [1-4] 5 [6] 7-283 [284: blank], original pea green cloth, front panel ruled in blind, spine panel stamped in black. First edition. A psychological thriller about Patric, a young boy who is taken from his foster home to live with his stern cousin in Thragoness, a gothic residence divided by the titular forbidden doors, through which Patric enters an incomprehensible world of hate and nightmare. The author's first novel, published later in the U.S. as TENTHRAGON in 1930 by A. H. King. Bleiler (1948), p. 245. A fine copy in very good pictorial dust jacket with light wear and shallow chipping at edges. A very scarce book, especially in jacket. The Teitler-Spradling copy. (#148747) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        THE MAN WHO MASTERED TIME.

      Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1929 - Octavo, pp. [1-10] 1-351 [352-358: blank] [note: last three leaves are blanks], original red cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black. First edition. Travel by time machine to earth's far future. "THE MAN WHO MASTERED TIME completes the trilogy of my tales of Matter, Space, and Time [THE GIRL IN THE GOLDEN ATOM and "The Fire People" dealing with the first two matters, respectively]." - Ray Cummings (from foreword to a later appearance in FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES). Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 2-24. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 516. Clareson, Science Fiction in America 1870s-1930s 226. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 63. Sargent, American and British Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 185. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p.54. Reginald 03693. Owner's signature dated 1934 on front free endpaper. Page edges tanned, else a fine copy in good four- color pictorial dust jacket (reproducing a superb color painting by Allen St. John on the front panel) with wear and fraying along upper spine end, upper and lower edges of front panel, and along flap fold, small chips from lower edge of front pane and upper edge of rear panel, dust soiling to spine and rear panes, and faded spine title lettering. (#140813) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        THE BISHOP MURDER CASE.

      Charles Scribner's Sons, 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.' [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Look Homeward, Angel

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. First issue with textual errors on pages 308 and 506. Very Good, lacking the dust jacket. Gilt stamping to spine and spine cloth dulled. Gilt stamping on front board is sharp and bright. Light wear at spine ends, light mottling to cloth at rear. Pages toned. Evidence of bookplate removal from front paste down. A nicer copy than as normally found.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Eigenh. Manuskript (Fragment).

      O. O. u. D. - 2 SS. auf 2 Bll. Gr.-4to. Der Schlussabsatz seines zuerst 1929 erschienenen Aufsatzes "Die Angst des Ingenieurs" in einer neuen Fassung für den Sammelband "Verfremdungen I" (Frankfurt a. M., 1962); mehrere Zeilen vom Druck abweichend und mit zahlreichen Korrekturen. - "6. Soviel hier über einen merkwürdigen Fall von heute, erst recht von morgen. Über die Angst eines Ingenieurs und was sie ohne jede Überlastung mehrfach bedeuten mag. Armselig wäre es, wollte man sie mit irgend etwas Spukhaftem oder sogenannt Okkultem in Bezug [.] setzen. Steinerisches ist nichts dabei [.] Abgelehnt wurde ebenso, daß darin Kapital für den Okkultismus der besseren Herren sei, nämlich für den 'Untergang der Erde am Geist' oder für den 'Geist als Widersacher der Seele'. Der Ingenieur mag, obwohl politisch ein Sozialist, von dem modischen Klages und seinem 'Kosmogonischen Eros' vernommen haben, doch sein Chok war naiv [.] nicht reaktionär [.]". - Beiliegend 2 Typoskripte: eine vollständige Abschrift dieses Textes mit Korrekturen von fremder Hand (Satzvorlage, 1 S., gr.-4to) sowie eine verworfene Kurzfassung (¼ S., gr.-4to) mit einem eh. Vermerk von Ernst Bloch "weiter auf gleicher Seite [.]" (auf der Rückseite eine (irrige) Notiz von fremder Hand "Nicht in 'Verfremdungen I'!").

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        The Horse of the Desert. Introduction by Major-General James G. Harbord and Professor Henry Fairfield Osborn

      Derrydale Press, New York 1929 - First edition, no. 26 of 75 large paper copies signed by the author. Color frontispiece after Harrington Bird and three other color plates, 46 halftone plates, illustrations in text. xxvii, [3], 218 pp. 1 vols. Large 4to. One of the great large-format Derrydale Press titles of the 1920s, and a classic work on the Arabian horse, "the aristocrat of the equestrian world."A superior copy of the deluxe edition. Siegel 25; Frazier B-19-D; Podeschi 364 Full blue morocco with emblematic gilt tooling, t.e.g. by MacDonald. Fine Color frontispiece after Harrington Bird and three other color plates, 46 halftone plates, illustrations in text. xxvii, [3], 218 pp. 1 vols. Large 4to First edition, no. 26 of 75 large paper copies signed by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        History of the Skyscraper

      Paris: Archaeology and Architecture Press, 1929. Original. Hardcover. Good+, new binding is strong, page edges fragile and may have light stains or small tears. Ex-lib., with faint small circular stamps, inoffensive. Light discoloration at bottom page edges). Rebound, new half binding in black goat and gilt spine titles, original dark green cloth relaid onto strong boards with original gold cover ornamentation. Approx. 200 pp.; 134 bw plates, 72 pp. of text. Oversize and very heavy. Original edition. Includes information on the origin and evolution of the skyscraper, including skeleton construction and Classical, Gothic, and modern styles of architecture; Discusses the New York Building Zone Resolution and other city planning acts, and also poses the question "Should construction of skyscrapers be prohibited, encouraged, or simply guided and controlled?" (with thoughts by Thomas Hastings, Henry Curran, Harvey Wiley Corbett, and John Sloan); Oversized, approx. 14" x 18.5"

      [Bookseller: Mullen Books, Inc. ABAA / ILAB]
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        Louis D. Brandeis, A Biographical Sketch, With Special Reference to his Contributions to Jewish and Zionist History. With Full Text of His Addresses Delivered from 1912-1924

      Bloch Publishing Company, New York 1929 - Original cloth, a very good copy in a somewhat chipped dustjacket; with Brandeis's signature ("Louis D Brandeis") at the upper right hand of the title Seemingly Brandeis's personal copy of the biography by Jacob De Haas, the person responsible for Brandeis' conversion to Zionism, of whom it has been said that (possibly excepting President Wilson) "no man changed [Brandeis'] life so significantly" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA]
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        Report on Horne Zoological Corporation

      Los Angeles, 1929. 100 pp of typed documents and an additional 50 album leaves mounted with approximately 50 photographs (various sizes and processes), and various documents. Folio. Limp leatherette with title and recipient name stamped in gilt to upper cover. Large black quarter morocco clamshell box, gilt. 100 pp of typed documents and an additional 50 album leaves mounted with approximately 50 photographs (various sizes and processes), and various documents. Folio. "It is proposed that a COMPLETE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS be opened to the public on a fifty cent admission basis, which is to be properly laid out as an attractive Zoological and Botanical Garden with the finest and largest private collection of animals, birds and reptiles to be seen anywhere on the continent..." The advent of the motion picture industry in California had many wide-ranging ramifications on the business world and one was that it created a new market for firms who traditionally supplied animals to circuses and zoos (both public and private, owned by the likes of William Randolph Hearst). This archive is a report by the Investment Auditors of California for the Horne Corporation that was looking to expand by establishing a zoological garden in the environs of Los Angeles. The Horne Corporation was the largest and most successful of its type at the time, apparently the only company in the US that could completely outfit a circus with both animals and show equipment. They were to purchase the Los Angeles Zoological Garden and Jungle Studio (for $250,000) and thereby sought to provide a similarly complete service to the film studios with both animals and suitable locations for film sets. The head of the company, I.S. Horne, for whom this report was compiled, commenced trading in animals from Kansas City (MO) around 1914. The range of animals at the their disposal included big game, birds, reptiles and many of the documents concern the prospect of importing reindeer from Alaska. The material is held in a presentation album and includes the certificate of incorporation in Wilmington, Delaware, May 13, 1929, as well as the by-laws of the corporation, minutes of the first meeting, the proposal for Los Angeles Zoological Garden and Jungle Studio and a balance sheet. At this stage the company had total assets of $57,700, & liabilities of $625,388.46; an enumeration of the various animals in inventory including wildebeest, sables, leopard, lynx, Rhodesian baboons, bushbaby, and a large aardvark. Of real interest are the plans for the park, including artist's impressions, which would be furnished with circus attractions, "Monkey Island", jungle setting for motion pictures, and an acknowledgment that "before the introduction of the motion picture industry, the art of showmanship was not quite so highly developed as it is today..." In fact, one of the first pictures they supplied animals for was - appropriately enough - Trader Horn, which was nominated for the 1931 Academy Award for Best Picture. On a more practical level, there is a "Descriptive Classification of Principal Commercial Wild Animals" which lists 340 different animals in some details. There is also an account of hunting wild animals in East Africa as well as a section on animals that have been trained to hunt by man. Furthermore there is also much correspondence which provides much insight into the game industry, its clients and the prospects for its future. Horne's venture subsequently became known as the World Jungle Compound, in Thousand Oaks, California, eventually being acquired by 20th Century Fox studios. This archive is a record of a new phase of the entertainment industry.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        foto-auge / oeil et photo / photo-eye. Fotos von Max Ernst, Andreas Feininger, Willi Baumeister, John Heartfield u. a.

      Akademischer Verlag Dr. Fritz Wedekind & Co 1929 - Taschenbuch mit Blindprägung auf dem Vorderdeckel. Einband und Kanten berieben, nachgedunkelt, etwas angeschmutzt. Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, Rücken an den Rändern mit Farbarieb, mittig eine Fehlstelle, unten an einer Seite ca. 5 cm angerissen. Seiten nachgedunkelt, obere Ecke fast durchgängig leicht angeknickt, sonst gut erhalten, sauber und vollständig mit allen 76 Schwarz-Weiß-Abbildungen, feste Bindung. Taschenbuch, Akademischer Verlag Dr. Fritz Wedekind & Co 1929, 18 Textseiten + 76 Abbildungen. 690 g. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Berliner Lesesalon]
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        THE GREATEST ADVENTURE

      New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, Inc.,. [1929]. original decorated green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold, fore-edge untrimmed, bottom edge rough trimmed.. A fine copy in bright, nearly fine pictorial dust jacket (designed by. Jack Perkins), with light rubbing to edges and light vertical crease. to spine panel. A quite superior example of this attractive, scarce. jacket. Signed or inscribed copies of Bell's early SF books are. uncommon, and this is a very nice example. (#147298). First edition. Presentation copy inscribed by Bell (signed as "John Taine") to Mrs. Arthur G. Archer dated 1 June 1955 on the half title page. Apparently one of Bell's personal file copies with "E. T. Bell / 30 Jan. 1929 / Pasadena, California" in his hand above his inscription to Archer. "Generally considered one of John Taine's better novels." - Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 2154. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-1116. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 741. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 190. Reginald 13964.

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        Extra-muros. Préface de Jules Romains. Lithographies originales de Georges Annenkoff.

      Paris, Au Sans Pareil, 1929, - in-4to, 188 p, illustrés de deux croquis dans le texte et de 26 lithographies originales en noir hors texte, reliure récente plein papier gaufré noir, pièce de titre rouge, couverture de la brochure originale cons. (Boulenaz, Vevey rel.) Bel exemplaire. with illustrations by Georges Annenkoff.russian painter, early 20th centuryÉdition originale de cette découverte de la banlieue de Paris, illustrée de 26 lithographies originales hors-texte par le peintre russe Georges ANNENKOFF. Préface de Jules Romains. Tirage : 270 ex. Celui-ci un des 220 num. sur vélin blanc. Bagnolet, Clichy, Villejuif., la banlieue parisienne vue par un artiste talentueux.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Courrier sud EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier

      Paris: Nrf, 1929. Fine. Nrf, Paris 1929, 12x19cm, broché. - First edition, one of 697 numbered copies on "pur-fil" paper, only large paper saprès 109 taxed back. Scattered spots affecting mainly guards, the stamp printed by way of bookplates topped the last guard. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 697 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers saprès 109 réimposés. Rousseurs éparses affectant principalement les gardes, tampon imprimé en guise d'ex-libris en tête de la dernière garde.

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        TARZAN AND THE LOST EMPIRE

      New York: Metropolitan Books Publishers,. [1929]. original orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black.. Lower front panel slightly bumped, a fine copy in fine dust jacket. with just a touch of edge rubbing and a hint of age-darkening to. spine panel with mild show through the white lettering. A very nice. copy. (#136724). First edition, first binding. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 327. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 122. Bleiler (1978), p. 36. Reginald 02325. Heins LE-2.

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        Signed Postcard by Gerda Maurus

      Ross Verlag, Berlin 1929 - Original, vintage photographic postcard. Signed by Gerda Maurus. 135 × 90 mm. A still from Fritz Lang's 1929 film, the Frau im Mond (The Girl in the Moon; or Women in the Moon), with Gustav von Wangenheim and Gerda Maurus. With the signature of the latter. Trace of mounting on verso. Overall in fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Földvári Books]
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        A Night Among the Horses.

      New York: Horace Liveright,, 1929. Octavo. Original gilt lettered black cloth spine, orange paper boards, untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Jacket partially price-clipped, peripheral nicks, chips, and short tears. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing. This is a revised version of Barnes's 1923 collection of short stories entitled A Book, adding three new stories foir this edition: 'A Little Girl Tells a Story to a Lady', 'Allen et Retour', and 'Passion'. The striking jacket design is by the American award-winning costume designer Lucinda Goldsborough (later Lucinda Ballard).

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