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        Rare 1929 Vintage Signed British Ryder Cup Team Photograph ? the first Ryder Cup held in Europe ? won by the British

      Rare Printed Newspaper Photograph of the 1929 British Ryder Cup Team, 7.5? x 5.5?, affixed to the opposite of 4.25? x 6? heavyweight blank pages of an album, signed on verso of one page, one beneath the other, by all ten team members (only nine are pictured): ?Geo Duncan? (team captain), ?Aubrey Boomer,? ?Henry Cotton,? ?Abe. Mitchell,? ?E.R. Whitcombe,? ?Fred Robson,? ?Stewart Burns,? ?C.A. Whitcombe,? ?Percy Alliss,? and ?Archi Compston.? Shortly before his death, Sir Henry Cotton accepted a knighthood which was awarded posthumously to him in the 1988 New Year?s Day Honours by Queen Elizabeth II. Mild rippling. Boldly and clearly signed! Fine condition. The Ryder Cup is a biennial men's golf competition between teams from Europe and the USA. The first Ryder Cup, held in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1927, was won by the USA. The second Ryder Cup, held at Moortown Golf Club in Leeds, England, April 26-27, 1929, was won by Great Britain. In 1973, the official title of the British Team was changed from "Great Britain" to "Great Britain and Ireland" to reflect the fact that golfers from the Republic of Ireland had been playing in the Great Britain Ryder Cup team since 1953 while golfers from Northern Ireland had competed since 1947. Since, in addition to players from Great Britain and Ireland, the team has included players from Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Sweden, it is now generally known as Europe.The British Team who contested for the very first Ryder Cup on English soil in 1929: Team captain George Duncan (1883-1964), Stewart Burns, Abe Mitchell (1887-1947), C.A. Whitcombe (1895-1981), Fred Robson (1885-1952), Ernie Whitcombe (1890-1971), Percy Alliss (1896-1975), Henry Cotton (1907-1987), Archi Compston (1893-1962), and Aubrey Boomer. The USA team included Gene Sarazen and team captain Walter Hagen.

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Mt Fuji From Yuimachi at Suruga [Suruga, Yui-chô]

      Watanabe, (1930s). Print Print. Near Fine. From Tôkaidô fûkei senshû (Selection of views of the Tokaido). 10-1/8 by 15-1/4 inches. Watanabe seal C in right margin (1929-1942). Strong impression, crest of Mt. Fuji in relief. Signature: Hasui; seal: sui. Two small nicks at upper left, short tear at top margin, not affecting image, else a fine, bright, early image.

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      David McKay Company [1929], 1929, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine in Good dust jacket, First Edition ThusFirst edition thus. Copy #60/200 numbered copies of the American issue signed by Arthur Rackham. [There were an additional 575 numbered copies of the English issue, published by George G. Harrap, and also signed by Arthur Rackham]. There are 12 tipped-in color illustrations, plus additional black and white illustrations, plus pictorial endpapers [all by Arthur Rackham]. White vellum binding, with gold gilt lettering and rules, top edge gilt, with the other edges untrimmed. Generally a Near Fine copy, with tight uncracked hinges. This copy also has an oversized plain paper Dust Wrapper [with the top and bottom edges folded under, but even so the Dust Wrapper is still taller than the book] that is significantly torn and somewhat chipped. Frankly, I do not know whether this Dust Wrapper was original to the book, or added at some later date [although I suspect that the latter is more likely].; Signed by Author

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        Corpse Guards Parade

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1929. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Some minor foxing to edges; an excellent copy in the jacket that has sunned spine and edges, and a few nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression. One of Kennedy's earlier books - a light-hearted detective story. From the publisher's archive.

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        La semaine secrete de Sapho. Illustree de huit gravures originales coloriees a la main par l'artiste.

      Ohne Ort, La chronique des dames contemporaines, ohne Jahr [d.i. Paris, M. Lubineau, um 1929.]. Gr.8°. 3 Bll., 163 S., 3 Bll. und 8 erotische Orig.-Radierungen. Orig.-Broschur mit Front- u. RTitel.. Erste Ausgabe. Eins von 250 numerierten Exemplaren (Gesamt 283). Die eindeutig erotischen, in zarten Farben aquarellierten Radierungen sind von Andre Collot. In wunderbarer Leichtigkeit zeigen sie die lesbischen Spiele junger Mädchen und Frauen. Breitrandiger, durchweg zweifarbiger Druck auf unbeschnittenem Velin mit zahlreichen kleinen erotischen Vignetten. Vorsätze minimal braunfleckig, sonst nur vereinzelt. Gering gelockert. Dutel 2384. Pia 1221f. Vgl. Drouot, Imp. Biblio. 200. Simonson, Midi, 182. -------------------- [Collot]. [Pia, Pasca]. La semaine secrete de Sapho. Illustree de huit gravures originales coloriees a la main par l'artiste. Sans lieu, La chronique des dames contemporaines, sans date [i.e. Paris, M. Lubineau, vers 1929.] Grand in-8. 3 ff., 163 pp., 3 ff. et 8 eaux-fortes originales. Broche, titre au dos et sur premier plat. Edition originale. Un des 250 exemplaires numerotes (au total 283). Les eaux-fortes tres libres, delicatement coloriees, sont d' Andre Collot. Elles montrent tres ouvertement les jeux lesbiens entre jeunes filles et femmes. Le texte imprime aux grandes marges en deux couleurs avec nombreuses vignettes. Non rogne. Pages de garde avec taches brunes minimes, ou tres eparses. Legerement decousu. Dutel 2384. Pia 1221f. Comparer Drouot, Imp. Biblio. 200. Simonson, Midi, 182. ------------------------------ English description available on request.

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        The bolt / by P. R. Shore

      London : Methuen 1929 - Desc.: 299, 8p. : map ; 20cm. Subjects: Detective fiction -- Mystery fiction. Map on lining papers. 8-page publisher's catalogue at end. P. R. Shore is the male pseud. of Helen Madeline Leys (1892-1965). Scarce first edition of this title. Very good copy in the original title-blocked cloth. Spine bands and panel edges slightly dust-toned and dulled as with age. Previous owner's bookplate to half-title. Minor, scattered marginal foxing. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 299 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      New York: Harper & Brothers. 1929. First. First edition. Front panel of the jacket and remnant of the front flap attached to the front endpapers, spine-lettering faded, two tiny tears at the crown, good plus, lacking the dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author to her lover of that time: "Dear Stef: Always keep in my Procession, I'm in yours! Fannie." Beneath the inscription Hurst has drawn a series of increasingly larger stick figures, one for each letter of the word "procession" with the smallest labeled "Me" and the largest as "You." .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Jack Dempsey: The Idol of Fistiana, An Intimate Narrative (First Edition, signed by Jack Dempsey)

      The Ring Publishing Co, New York 1929 - First Edition. SIGNED by Jack Dempsey on the front endpaper. Not to be confused with the much more common Author's Autograph Edition. Very Good lacking dust jacket. Light rubbing to spine ends, joints, and corners,with a tiny bit of loss at the upper front joint, a bumped bottom front corner, and mild soil. A very presentable copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        A Farewell to Arms

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1929. Octavo. Original pink cloth, spine lettered in gilt, publisher's device to rear board in blind. With the dust jacket and pink wraparound band. Bookplate of Josiah Newell Bowman to front pastedown. Spine rolled and cracked but holding, spine cloth a little faded, internally fine; an excellent copy in the unclipped jacket with faded spine. First UK edition, first impression, first issue with serious spelled incorrectly on page 66. First published in the US earlier the same year.

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      Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1929., 1929. First edition. Former owner's inked name on front fly leaf, else very good in dust jacket with restoration to the spine ends, corners, and extremities. The front panel and the spine of the dust jacket contains the warning WARNING! NOT TO BE READ AFTER DARK. "It was a dead, yellow face - the face of a mummy. The eyes appeared superhumanly long, like the eyes of an Egyptian god. The nose was shadowy, the mouth a mere slit. No hair crowned the high skull. Such was the creature who sat draped in a black gown in the strangest room in New York - the man known as the Emperor of America! By every means known to science he controlled the greatest and most insidious band of criminals the world has ever known." Crime Club mystery novel.

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      Garden City: Doubleday Doran 1929 signed ltd ed. - #142 of 201 copies signed by the author. WITH ORIGINAL SIGNED B/W ETCHING BY LIONEL EDWARDS. Red cloth. Spine slightly sunned else a hardcover book in very good condition. The signed limited edition with the rare Lionel Edwards etching in the rear endpaper pocket. Most copies of the book no longer have the etching. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kubik Fine Books Ltd., ABAA]
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        The Lonsdale Library of Sports, Games & Pastimes 28 volumes Individual titles: The Way of a Man With a Horse; Trout Fishing; Shooting; Fine Angling for Coarse Fish; Lawn Tennis; Cricket; Foxhunting; Winter Sports; Golf; Salmon Fishing; Boxing; Anthology of Sport; Hounds and Dogs; Big Game Shooting in Africa; Cruising and Ocean Racing; Rackets, Squash Rackets, Tennis, Fives & Badminton; Sea Fishing; Mountaineering; Motor Cruising; Game Birds, Beasts & Fishes; Polo; Deer, Hare & Otter Hunting; The Lonsdale Keeper's Book; Wildfowling; Hockey; Steeplechasing; Motor Racing; Seatrout Fishing

      London: Seeley, Service & Co. Ltd.. Various dates, 1929 to 1969. Various paginations. Large run of 28 volumes. Includes Vols. 1 to 22, 26, 29, 31, 32, 33 and 35. In publisher's beige cloth with later sympathetic leather title labels laid onto the spines. Most volumes with mottled cloth and many with slightly faded spines. All with plates & illustrations. A generally VG run of Lonsdale Library titles. . Very Good. Buckram. 8vo..

      [Bookseller: Stephen Foster Books]
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        THE BOOK OF TOBIT AND THE HISTORY OF SUSANNA. Reprinted from the Revised Version of the Apocrypha. Limited Edition

      London:: Haymarket Press,, 1929. Near Fine. SIGNED BY W. RUSSELL FLINT ON COLOPHON PAGE without personalization. A Near Fine First Edition thus LIMITED EDITION OF 13 SIGNED COPIES. THIS IS No. 13. Bound in original limp vellum with gilt lettering front cover, top edge gilt, green ribbon ties. Hand-set in Goudy type and printed by Morton, Burt and Sons, Ltd., London. Printed in green and black. Scattered mild toning page edges. 4 tipped -in color plates by Sir William Russell Flint, with an extra suite of 4 plates in its original folding chemise. Edges of chemise worn. Both the book and extra plates in the original slipcase as issued. Original slipcase intact but with soil, wear edges. Sm. 4to. 47 pp. Rare.

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        Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress

      Paris: Shakespeare and Company,, 1929. With Letters of Protest by G. V. L. Slingsby and Vladimir Dixon. Octavo. Original white wrappers printed in black. Housed in a quarter calf solander box. A superb copy. First edition, first impression, large paper issue. This is copy 45 of 96 numbered copies printed on Verge d'Arches. This early critique of Joyce's final work was published some 10 years prior to the publication of the finished novel. Part of the incentive to publish was apparently to raise funds for the perennially impecunious Joyce. A myth surrounding this work is that one or both of the two letters of protest were written by Joyce himself. However both authors existed - indeed Beach herself commissioned Slingsby. Dixon's effort - which is marvellous - was an unsolicited one by a Russian émigré who was to die in Paris in 1929, just as the book was published.

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      Published by George Newnes Limited, 1929. Hardback. Very Good/Good. Illustrated by Henry, Thomas. Very good condition in a good dustwrapper. Red cloth with black titles to spine and front cover. 254 pages. B/w illustrations. Spine slightly bumped. Endpapers and outer page edges lightly foxed. Wrapper is just slightly edge chipped, but otherwise complete. Some small closed tears to outer edges, 1" closed tear to spine. Brown paper reinforcements to outer edges of verso. Overall, wrapper is grubby with small stain to front panel. Still a desirable copy of a very scarce wrapper. [R]

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        Mystery of the Open Window

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1929. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Boards a little spotted, edges and endpapers foxed; an excellent copy in the jacket that has sunned spine and edges, and a few nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression. A detective novel. Scarce in the jacket. The publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket, the front pastedown and the title page.

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      London: Hodder and Stoughton 1929 - First edition, first printing. Original blue cloth with black titles to the upper board and spine, in original dustwrapper. A very good or better copy, the cloth clean and the binding square. The contents with light spotting of the text block edge and a previous owner's inscription to the front free endpaper. Complete with the lightly rubbed and nicked pictorial dustwrapper which has a few short closed tears and some associated creasing to the extremities. Not price-clipped (7/6net to the spine, as called for). An attractive example of this Bulldog Drummond title. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      New York: The Harbor Press, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Small owner address sticker on the rear pastedown. A lovely, Fine copy. Cloth-backed boards. A play in prose by America's best-known poet. Copy #237 of 485 SIGNED by the author at the end of the preface, as issued.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Edited by E.H.M. Cox.

      London, Dulau & Co., 1929-1940. 12 volumes. Royal-8vo. With numerous photographs and illustrations. Contemporary cloth, gilt lettered spines. All published of this beautifully produced journal on gardening. "There should be no necessity in this, the first number of 'The New Flora and Silva' to explain why it has come into being. The contents will make it clear that this journal will interest all gardeners who are anxious to cultivate more than the standard varieties of garden plants such as are to be seen in every garden" (From the Introduction).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        Nemesis at Raynham Parva

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1929. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Boards a little mottled, edges and endpapers foxed; a very good copy in the slightly soiled jacket with faded spine. First edition, first impression. A detective story, featuring Sir Clinton Driffield, which was published later the same year in the US under the title Grim Vengeance. The publisher's retained copy with their ink stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket and the front pastedown.

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        The Pathe Exchange Board of Directors'; Minute Book 3, 1929-1931, years under Joseph P. Kennedy';s direction and control

      1929. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 9" x 11.5" with a hard cover and 132 numbered pages and a number of documents attached. Volume 3 of Pathe's Exchange, Inc. containing minutes of the Board of Directors from April 1929 to 1931, including Annual Meeting and proxy correspondence. Joseph P. Kennedy was a member of the Board. In 1930 Pathe's Exchange, Inc. was sold to (or merged with) RKO (Radio-Keith-Orpheum). A copy of this agreement is included, with related correspondence. "Joseph P. Kennedy Presents His Hollywood Years" is the extraordinary missing chapter from Joe Kennedy's biography: his remarkable reign as a movie mogul when he ran three studios and a theater circuit simultaneously, was pivotal in the transition from silent films to sound, masterminded the mergers that created the blueprint for contemporary Hollywood and made the fortune that became the foundation of his empire." Cari Beauchamp book review In 1896, Frenchman Charles Pathe founded Pathe Freres (Bros) with his brother Emile. They developed an improved studio camera and the idea of a vertically integrated system of movie production and distribution, thus beginning the early industrialization of cinema. Early in the century the company devised a stencil system for mechanically colouring film. The Pathe brothers perfected the cinematograph play by utilizing huge studios, immense and elaborate sets, professional actors from the stage, and produced plays thought to be beyond the scope of the picture-producer. They developed a mass distribution system throughout the world. The company began mounting plays of historical significance, which led to producing scenes on location. Pathe moved its headquarters to the U.S. during WWI. After returning to France, the company eventually met with financial difficulties. Charles retired in 1929. However the Pathe name continued in various incarnations of film companies. Joseph P. Kennedy purchased a large share of Pathe's Exchange in 1929, where he was president and director through the company's merger with RKO in 1930. An archive marking the revolution of the motion picture industry. (Auction house description).

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        Zadkine (SIGNED)

      Paris: editions des Chroniques du Jour, 1929. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. Inscribed by Illustrator(s). 1st Edition. COLLECTIBLE VG, SIGNED by ZADKINE on fep to Helen Resor, noted American art collector of this period and advertising executive for J. Walter Thompson, four tape spots on paper cover spine else VG, 1st edn, 4to, ill, spine mended, grey paper covers slightly soiled as usual, 32 plates, 29pps, French text, 37/460cc, tissue guards present, loosely inserted are nine b/w photographs (23cm x 17cm) with stamp of Marc Vaux at his famous Montparnasse studio which don't appear to be shown in this catalogue; three of these are also signed by Zadkine. Vaux was well know having taken many photos of Zadkine's sculptures, here a nice artistic combination. .

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        Avenue du Ciel.

      S.l., n.n. (chez l'auteur) 1929 - Recueil de 38 poèmes orné de 2 petites compositions sur le titre et la justification, signées et rehaussées à l'aquarelle. Tiré à 41 exemplaires polycopiés. Celui-ci (N°II) sur Japon. ÉDITION ORIGINALE RARE. Sans lieu, non nommé (chez l'auteur), 1929. Envoi autographe signé de Georges Mogin sur le titre, accompagné d'une étoile dorée fixée sur le papier "Et cette étoile-ci : pour l'amitié mon cher Jean. Géo 14 avril 29". Georges Mogin est né en 1898 à Bruxelles. A partir de 1923, il choisit l'écriture sous le nom d'abord de Géo Norge puis Norge. Il fonde en 1931 le Journal des Poètes puis en 1937 les Cahiers blancs. En 1983 il reçoit un hommage à la Maison de la Poésie à Paris. Il est mort en 1990. Très belle reliure demi veau gris perle à bande signée Lobstein-Laurenchet. Dos lisse aux titre et auteur dorés. Tête dorée sur témoins, non rogné. Pas de rousseur. Parfait état pour ce bel exemplaire. Format in-4°(28x21). 1ère Edition Dédicacé par l'auteur [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London: Martin Secker, [1929] - First edition no. 218 of 250 copies of the deluxe issue. 8vo. . Vellum spine and patterned boards. Fine in slightly chipped dust jacket [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Doubleday, Garden City 1929 - First Edition, First Printing. 8vo., 303pp. A near fine copy in a very good dustwrapper showing moderate use; a narrow chip at the spine crown with a bit of unfortunate inking to the "RX" at the spine. An uncommon Haycraft Queen Cornerstone in dustwrapper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      [London: privately printed for subscribers, by P. R. Stephensen], June, 1929 - Number 38 of 500 copies with 14 poems not published in the first edition by Secker published 5 months previously. Crown 8vo. Frontispiece Portrait. 126 pp. Wrappers, spine darkened, some foxing to front covers. In chipped slipcase. Roberts A47c [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      Harcourt Brace and Company, New York 1929 - First Edition, First Printing. A beautiful copy. This ORIGINAL sophisticated First Issue dustjacket is rich in color with NO chips or tears. The book is excellent condition. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp with minor wear. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION in collector's condition. We buy Faulkner First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Berlin Alexanderplatz. Die Geschichte vom Franz Biberkopf.

      Berlin, S. Fischer, 1929,. 8vo. 528 S., 3 Bl. OLwd. m. fragmentar. Orig.-Schutzumschlag (Georg Salter). Gelber Kopfschnitt.. WG² 24. - Erste Ausgabe. - Der berühmte Schutzumschlag mit Einrissen u. Fehlstellen, auf Papier aufgezogen.Einband gering fleckig, kl. Bereibung auf Vorsatz, bis auf kl. Fleckchen auf einer Seite sauber u. wohlerhalten.

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        John Sloan will not extend the date of the first payment due from art collector and dealer Carl Hamilton on 20 of his paintings and will cancel the contract in one week if it is not paid

      "Autograph Letter Signed ?John Sloan,? one full page, 8.5? x 11?. Hotel Judson stationery, New York, April 15, 1929. To Carl W. Hamilton Esq, 247 Park Ave., New York City. Minor tears at right edge expertly mended on verso. Fine condition.In full, ?I have carefully considered the matter of possible extension of the time for fulfilling our contract in re my paintings and find that it is not possible for me to make any extension. If therefor you are not ready to make the first payment on April 20, 1929 (which I note is Saturday a short business day and therefor will regard Monday April 22nd as of the same effect) I will regard the contract as unfulfilled and will cancel the same. I am sorry if this puts you to any inconvenience and assure you that it will put me to as much.?From a chronology added to a reissue of Sloan?s book, ?John Sloan on Drawing and Painting: The Gist of Art? (New York: America Artists Group, 1939) in 1977: ?1928. Publicity about the sale of 20 paintings to Carl Hamilton; the sale fell through when the stock market crashed in 1929.? Evidently, Hamilton made the first payment on the purchase; the stock market crash began in late October 1929.On November 30, 1929, A.A. Longden, secretary general of the Italian art exhibition to be held in London by the Royal Academy, listed art collector and dealer Carl Hamilton as lending Veneziano?s ?Predella? to the exhibition. Others lending artwork included the Morgan Library, Yale University, the Detroit Art Institute, and the National Gallery of Art of Canada, as well as private collectors."

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        Icones Farlowianae. Illustrations of the larger Fungi of eastern North America by William Gilson Farlow. With descriptive text by Edward Angus Burt.

      - Cambridge, MA, The Farlow Library and Herbarium of Harvard University, 1929. Folio (35.5 x 28.2 cm). x, 120 pp., 103 very fine full colour plates after watercolours of Joseph Bridgham and printed by the Boston Heliotype Printing Company. Original full green buckram with gilt titles to the front cover and spine.l Quite rare and wonderfully illustrated limited edition. According to Volbracht, this is the only large iconography of the [North] American mushrooms, very expensively produced. Some offsetting, otherwise a good, unmarked copy. The binding is very good. Schliemann, 296; Stafleu and Cowan, 1742; Volbracht, 576. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CUP OF GOLD

      McBride / Covici Friede 1929 - CUP OF GOLD, Mcbride, 1929, first edition, spine and upper 2cm of front panel lightened, some off-setting to the front cover, else a tight vg+ or better copy in just about vg dust-wrapper with some wear and tear, mostly to the dust-wrapper spine extremities. Actually a very nice copy of this, the second issue of the first edition sheets of the authors first book bound in maroon cloth with the McBride colophon on the last page of text and released here in 1936. ( Not to be confused with the very common 2ND EDITION (NOT second issue) published by Covici Friede in blue cloth without the McBride colophon on the last page of text ). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Squirrel, the Hare and the Little Grey Rabbit.

      William Heinemann, London 1929 - The HB First Edition, first printing, of Alison Uttley's first published book for children (1929). Clean red cloth (no wrapper) with black text and fine condition (rare thus) printed paper illustration of Little Grey Rabbit on stepping stones, to the front cover. 111 pages, illustrated throughout in colour by Margaret Tempest who has also illustrated the end-papers. No inscription and very clean and bright throughout almost fine - unusually so for this popular children's book. The binding is firm and square with square corners a little wear to the bottom edge of the spine with a little loss (otherwise sound) and a few water droplet stains, mostly to the rear. This represents unusually good condition for a binding notorious for its often poor state. Clean end-papers with no inscription and no browning; blue text with generous margins and variously sized colour illustrations. Very clean pages generally with a thumb-mark and small closed tear (almost invisible when flat and well away from the text / illustration) to p. 45. Very slight cracking to pp. 48/49 having no effect on the strength of the binding which is firm. Overall Very Good condition throughout, unusually so. A really great copy. FREE POSTAGE (insured and secure) world-wide. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sports and Sportsmen : South Africa and Rhodesia

      Atkinson & Partners, 1929, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st EditionRoyal 58 of only 100 copies produced. beautifully bound in what appears to be full leather with gold gilt. tooling and 5 raised bands on the spine. blue marbled end papers. gold gilt edges. no inscriptions but there is a little very light foxing. lavishly illustrated and with over 600 pages. a beautiful but very heavy book that is not really suitable for airmail postage. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Inventory No: 45cu.

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        The Horse of the Desert

      New York: The Derrydale Press,, 1929. With an Introduction by Major General James G. Harbord and Henry Fairfield Osborn. Quarto. Original blue fine-ribbed cloth, title gilt to the spine framed by small horse and rider devices, and to the upper board within a panel with large horse-head corner-pieces, top edge gilt the others uncut, blue patterned endpapers with repeated design of the crescent-form Arabian Qur'anic amulet illustrated facing p.78. Tissue-guarded colour frontispiece and three other similar plates, roundel in blue to the title page of Buraq, "the mythical horse of Mahomet", 44 black and white plates, 2 maps, one double-, one full-page Spine ends slightly bumped, extremities a touch rubbed, light foxing to fore edge of a pages. An excellent copy. First edition, one of 750 copies only of the standard edition on Aureian. An authoritative account of the Arab horse by the founder of the Maynesboro Stud, established with the purchase of Abu Zeyd from the Blunts' Crabbet Stud in 1912; and long-time president of the Arabian Horse Club of America. Typically attractive Derrydale production; "Eugene Virginius Connett, 3rd, the founder and principal owner of Derrydale, was a publishing genius. After graduating from Princeton in 1912, he briefly joined the family beaver hat-making business before striking out on his own as a fledgling book publisher and printer in Manhattan in 1927. Connett sought out the most respected outdoor writers of his day and convinced them to become Derrydale authors. He combined their words with the output of equally well regarded artists and illustrators whose drawings, paintings, and etchings were beautifully reproduced on the fine Italian paper that Connett favoured. Today these books and prints are the most valuable and most collectible sporting books and prints ever published in North America." (Jed Lyons, president of the press in his preface to James Cummins Catalogue 113, The Derrydale Press).

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        Man-Killers and Marauders:

      London: H. F. & G. Witherby, , 1929. Some Big Game Encounters of an African Hunter. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine in gilt, double rule to front board in blind, bottom edge untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Frontispiece by W. Woodhouse with tissue guard, 5 photographic plates. Spine gently rolled, minor bumping to extremities, front board and spine faintly finger-marked. Overall a very good copy in the slightly nicked but bright and handsome dust jacket. First edition, first impression; the publisher's file copy with their bookplate to the front pastedown. Chadwick recounts his experiences "hunting lion in Angola, elephant in the forests of Katanga in the Congo, buffalo in Northern Rhodesia and a host other other game in a variety of venues" (Czech). Seldom encountered in commerce with the dust jacket.

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      David McKay Company [1929], Philadelphia - First edition thus. Copy #60/200 numbered copies of the American issue signed by Arthur Rackham. [There were an additional 575 numbered copies of the English issue, published by George G. Harrap, and also signed by Arthur Rackham]. There are 12 tipped-in color illustrations, plus additional black and white illustrations, plus pictorial endpapers [all by Arthur Rackham]. White vellum binding, with gold gilt lettering and rules, top edge gilt, with the other edges untrimmed. Generally a Near Fine copy, with tight uncracked hinges. This copy also has an oversized plain paper Dust Wrapper [with the top and bottom edges folded under, but even so the Dust Wrapper is still taller than the book] that is significantly torn and somewhat chipped. Frankly, I do not know whether this Dust Wrapper was original to the book, or added at some later date [although I suspect that the latter is more likely]. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        In Defense of Myself

      Portland ME: Privately Printed. (n.d. - 1929). First. First edition of this broadside protesting the banning of his 1929 first novel The Bastard by the county attorney in Portland, Maine. Very good with a single fold. A passionate plea: after setting out the facts in the case, Caldwell comments that it all " me an involuntary urge to vomit profusely." He continues by defending his unfortunate characters as if they themselves were real people under attack by the judicial system. .

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        SEVENTY - FIVE YEARS In CALIFORNIA. A History of Events and Life in California: Personal, Political and Military; Under the Mexican Regime; During the Quasi-Military Government of the Territory by the United States, and After the Admission of the State to the Union ... Edited by Douglas S. Watson

      San Francisco:: John Howell,. 1929.. Royal 8vo. 10-1/2" x 7-1/8". 1st edition thus (Cowan, p. 160; Howes D-136; Kurutz 170b; Rocq 9091; Zamorano 80, #27). #119 of the Author's Section of the Argonaut Edition. Limited to 50cc, numbered from 101 to 150 inclusive [total limitation - 2250 cc]. SIGNED by the Editor & the Publisher. xxxii, 422 pp.. Linen cloth spine with printed paper title label [extra label tipped-in at rear]; blue colored paper-wrapped boards. Color pictorial eps duplicating an 1847 lithograph of San Francisco.. Spine label a bit chipped about the edges. Binding tips worn. A VG. copy.. This extra-illustrated copy of the special Argonaut edition has an additional 26 inserted items, including 2 mss pages by the author concerning a voyage he made from San Diego to San Francisco; the Mayor's proclamation of April 18, 1906 [... KILL any and all persons engaged in looting ..."]; original San Diego Alcalde Deed from Miguel de Pedrorena (one of the Members of the 1849 Constitutional Convention); fragment of the original log of the American schooner Julia Ann which landed in San Francisco in 1841; two pages of songs printed in San Francisco in the 'Sixties; a leaf from The Pioneer Magazine of January 1855; leaf from the March 4, 1849 New York newspaper, Brother Jonathan [30-1/2" x 20", unfolded, with 15 cuts], with extensive article, "The California Gold Mines"; and other sundry items of a similar historical nature. As the cataloguer of this work, divers copies of which I've had over the years, the most interesting aspect of this particular copy, and never before encountered in the others, is the tipped-in Mar 1849 Brother Jonathan newspaper, which provides a graphic representation on how the California Gold Rush was received, and perceived, in the East, with a plethora of information, and mis-information, being provided to the news-hungry public; all-of-which no doubt further fueled the fire imparted by Gold Fever. Finally, we cannot improve on Howes' assessment, to wit: "This the most valuable of all Californian reminiscences." . Profusely illustrated with maps & plates.

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        The Decorative Work of T.M. Cleland: A Record and Review

      New York: The Pynson Printers, 1929. The Deluxe Edition, #41 OF ONLY 55 COPIES ISSUED WITH A SIGNED LITHOGRAPH PORTRAIT BY ROCKWELL KENT AND A SIGNED COLOR PRINT BY T.M. CLELAND HIMSELF. Clean, bright, vellum-backed over elegant, decoish, gilt-decorated panels. Solid and tightly-bound and Near Fine. Tall quarto, 99 pgs. The book itself also signed at rear limitation page by Cleland. Also includes a worn, somewhat-chipped, VG- example of publisher's printed slipcase. A very attractive T.M. Cleland -and Rockwell Kent-- item. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Collectible; Fine. Illus. by Rockwell Kent.

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        Fighting Caravans

      Harper 1929 - First Edition, First Printing. A magnificent copy of this true first edition. This original dustjacket is vibrant in color, with no chips or tears and looks about new. The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with only a hint of wear to the edges. The pages are exceptionally clean, with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a stunning copy of this highly collectable book seldom seen in such amazing shape. An ideal copy for even the most discerning collectors. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Angyalföld. Regény. (Az új magyar regény.) [Angyalföld. Novel. (The New Hungarian Novel.)]

      Pantheon (Globus) (1929), Budapest - First edition. In original, photorgraphically illustrated cover, designed by Kassák. 356, (4) p. Novel by Lajos Kassák (1887-1967) the Hungarian poet, author, painter, theoretician of art and the main figure of the Hungarian Avant-garde. In 1915 he founded the anti-militarist, activist periodical "A tett" (The Deed) in the manner of the German "Die Aktion". When it was banned in 1916 he founded and edited a new Avant-garde, activist magazine "MA" (Today). In it he published works - among others - by Georg Grosz, Kurt Schwitters, El Lissitzky, Hans Richter, Jean Cocteau, Guillaume Apollinaire, Marc Chagall and László Moholy-Nagy. After the fall of the Hungarian Soviet Republic in 1919 Kassák fled to Vienna where he continued to publish "MA" until 1925. He was influenced by the Constructivist movement and he formulated the theoretical agenda of Hungarian Constructivism in his journal. In 1926 Kassák went back to Hungary and continued to publish Avant-garde periodicals "Dokumentum" (Document) in 1926 and later "Munka" (Work) between 1927 and 1938. In original, photorgraphically illustrated cover, designed by Kassák [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Railway Age 1929

      Railway Age, 1929.. 1624 pages, 29 cm, Ill. Halbleinen Antiquarisch sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar, englisch, very well preserved K7419.

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        Photographie mit eigenh. Beschriftung und U.

      [Tokyo, 21. VIII. 1929. - Qu.-8vo. Mit zwei Beilagen (s. u.). "'Zeppelin' das 1. Mal über Tokyo. 19. 8. 1929 | Für Herrn Otto Hahn | bei Gebr. Böhler +Co. | Akt. Ges. Tokyo" (dies verso); die Bildseite mit eh. U. sowie der von Kurt Eckener. - Beiliegend zwei weitere Karten mit jeweils anderer Ansicht desselben Fluges und eh. Beschriftung a. d. Verso-Seite (dat. 19. bzw. 20. VIII. 1929). - Die Verso-Seiten jeweils gestempelt und mit gröberen Montagespuren auf der Verso-Seite (I: Text unberührt; II und III: die Unterschrift, sofern vorhanden, durch Klebereste überdeckt).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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