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        POEMS 1886-1929

      [Printed at the Chiswick Press for] Macmillan & Co., Ltd, London 1929 - 275 x 195 mm. (10 3/4 x 7 3/4"). Three volumes. No. 145 OF 525 SIGNED COPIES. Publisher's deluxe burgundy morocco, raised bands, gilt titling, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, other edges untrimmed and ALMOST ENTIRELY UNOPENED. Volume I with frontispiece portrait in dry point by Francis Dodd (signed by the artist in pencil). Stewart 574. Spines uniformly faded to light brown, a few trifling marks to the leather, but A VERY FINE SET, PRISTINE INTERNALLY. This beautifully produced set, printed on handmade paper and tastefully bound, collects all of the Nobel Laureate's poetry, including not only those from previously published volumes of verse, but also poems that appeared in Kipling's novels, and those that were contributed to magazines or newspapers. Though better known for his stories of adventure, Kipling was a most accomplished poet. After praising the brilliance of his fiction, DNB concludes, "what may be said of his prose work may apply even more strongly to his poetry, whose extraordinary variety of form and content is only now beginning to be appreciated. Among modern writers in English, only Thomas Hardy can be compared to Kipling for high achievement in both poetry and prose." This set is mostly unread: only the first 56 pages of the first volume have been opened. This beautifully produced set, printed on handmade paper and tastefully bound, collects all of the Nobel Laureate's poetry, including not only those from previously published volumes of verse, but also poems that appeared in Kipling's novels, and those that were contributed to magazines or newspapers. Though better known for his stories of adventure, Kipling was a most accomplished poet. After praising the brilliance of his fiction, DNB concludes, "what may be said of his prose work may apply even more strongly to his poetry, whose extraordinary variety of form and content is only now beginning to be appreciated. Among modern writers in English, only Thomas Hardy can be compared to Kipling for high achievement in both poetry and prose." This set is mostly unread: only the first 56 pages of the first volume have been opened. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Via Crucis [Proof Copy]

      Ditchling, Sussex: St. Dominic's Press. [Privately printed for Mr. and Mrs. Reed-Lewis], 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Gill, Eric. Uncommon in any form. We find only four copies on OCLC and none currently in the trade. Plain black cloth, blue ribbon bookmark bound in; 14 simple wood engravings by an unknown illustrator; recessed pocket at rear; Eric Gill's St. Dominic's press mark ("S D P and Cross," P145) to title page. PROOF COPY with marginalia and corrections regarding printing issues (spacing, capitalization, etc.) scattered throughout, in a hand we speculate to be Hilary Douglas Clarke Pepler's based on writing and editing samples currently in our possession. Pepler began St. Dominic's Press in 1916, and cofounded the Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic with Eric Gill and Desmond Chute in 1920. Octavo (7-7/8" x 5-3/8"), pagination: 1-32. Very good +, with modest wear, LACKING the crucifix meant to be stored in the rear pocket. Taylor and Sewell no. A181. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard shipping charge does not always cover costs; please inquire for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB, and IOBA and we stand behind book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        Photograph album of service in China with the US 15th Infantry Regiment, 1929-32.

      China: , 1929-32. Landscape quarto (280 x 370 mm). Chinese commercial album of pale brown sheep, coloured images on covers (front showing the famous Nine Dragon Screen, Beihai Park, Beijing and lettered "1930 - 1932 Tientsin, China", back showing a full-length portrait of a Chinese warrior), cord ties through punched holes with white metal eyelets, coloured Chinese pin-ups on pastedowns. 104 pp. black heavy stock paper leaves (each with tissue guard), 655 corner-mounted original photographs (with red, black or marbled pink ornamental mounts) measuring between 45 x 65 mm and 215 x 280 mm, numerous postcards, photo postcards, postage stamps. Wonderfully engaging, wide-ranging and extensively-captioned visual record of China as seen through the eyes of a soldier in the US 15th Infantry Regiment ("The Old China Hands"), based in Tientsin (Tianjin) between 1929 and 1932, a period of bloody turbulence in China. This enthralling album encompasses many aspects of China, from the well-documented street life that always fascinated the visiting Westerner (peddlers, barbers, gamblers, shoemakers, the deformed bound "lotus feet" of Chinese women, decapitated heads of criminals hung from lamp posts) to personal photographs of ice skating on frozen canals, temples, funerals, graves, pagodas, statues of the Buddha, sampans and junks, the famous Marble Boat (also known as the Boat of Purity and Ease, a lakeside pavilion situated in the grounds of the Summer Palace in Beijing), and, naturally, the Great Wall. Towards the end of the album there is a fine series of some 100 candid smaller images (measuring 60 x 60 mm) taken in and around Beijing (clearly photographed in the winter as infantrymen are pictured wearing fur hats and greatcoats) showing the astrolabe at the Ancient Observatory (Guguanxiangtai), scenes in the complex of the Forbidden City and on the Sacred Road leading to the Ming Tombs (two figures are shown with cameras, one a fellow soldier and another bearing some resemblance to the celebrated Swedish Sinologist Sven Hedin). At this time Tientsin (Tianjin) was divided into "concession territories": through an agreement with the Qing dynasty, Japan, Britain, the US, and a number of European powers (France, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Italy, Austria-Hungary) administered different sections of the city. This process had begun in 1860 with concessions to Britain and France and led to the rapid development of Tientsin over the next half century. The US 15th Infantry were originally stationed in Tientsin (Tianjin) in 1900, during the Boxer Rebellion, and served there until March 1938. This long service gave rise to their nickname of "The Old China Hands" and the adoption of the Chinese dragon on the unit insignia. During this period of ceaseless turmoil in China the regiment provided protection against marauding bandits and warlord armies vying for control; the Chinese Memorial Gate (pictured here and now at Fort Benning, Georgia) was presented to the regiment in 1925 by local villages, in gratitude for the vital security role played by the 15th in combatting the invading army of warlord Feng Yuxiang. During this period the north east of China was affected by the brief but bloody Sino-Soviet Conflict of July-September 1929 – for control of the strategically important Chinese Eastern Railway – and the Tientsin Incident of 1931, when the Kwantung Army of Japan, acting independently, invaded Manchuria and established the puppet state of Manchukuo. Four photographs entitled "The War of Tientsin in Pictures" shows barricaded and sandbagged streets in the city. There is also a sequence of twelve images of the "Shanghai War", showing both Japanese and Chinese soldiers (some manning the Great Wall): this relates to the Shanghai or January 28 Incident of 1932, instigated by the Japanese bombing of Shanghai and the subsequent armed conflict. The album opens with a fine formal photograph of G Company (under the command of Captain S. C. Robertson) and there are, scattered throughout the volume, images of the unit on parade, at the rifle range, mounting guard duty (including "comedy guard"), on training exercises ("wall scaling", "wire laying", "rickshaw racing"), the "Can Do" week of events celebrating the unit's motto, "recreation park stands during ball game between Japanese and Chinese civilians", and many images of identified fellow "doughboys". There are glimpses of the veteran USAT (US Army Transport) ships "Thomas" and "Grant" and scenes from the 15th's journey out to China – at San Francisco, Honolulu, Guam, and the US military airfield at Nichols Field in the Philippines. Another aspect of a soldier's life overseas is "hidden" beneath a colour illustration of Beijing's Nine Dragon Screen: the names of some 13 "floozies" with names such as "Rosie Hot Pants", "The Merry Widow" and "Cock Eye" and personal attributes ranging from "Dirty Neck" to "Good Looking". Soldiers from the other "concession territories" of Tientsin (Italy, France, and Britain) are also captured, along with some fine snapshots of American and Chinese soldiers fraternizing (these are dated 29 and 30 May 1929). Loosely inserted are two attractively-produced menu cards: for Christmas 1930 (with an original photo postcard of Company G on the cover) and Thanksgiving 1931 (Company F). The compiler of this album may have been Private Rudolph M. Bergner: there is a small pencil mark next to his name in the Christmas 1930 menu card and his name also appears in the Company F Thanksgiving menu. A fascinating archive of both original and commercial photographs that gives an engrossing view from the perspective of a serving soldier during a period of violent upheaval and historic change in modern China: a period that foreshadowed the gathering storm of the Second World War.

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        The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes.

      London: John Murray, 1929. [Detective Fiction] FIRST EDITION. Octavo (20 x 14cm), pp.320. Original red/pink cloth, titled in gilt.Internally very clean with none of the foxing that besets this textblock, flyleaves a touch browned, neat owner name, cloth covers are bright, gilt a shade dulled to backstip, minor shelfwear. A near fine copy. The last of the original Sherlock Holmes books, being twelve cases for the great detective which had been published serially in The Strand Magazine, and collected here with a new preface by the author. De Waal [573] Green & Gibson p198 [A46a], also p575.

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        Red Harvest

      Alfed A. Knopf - Dust jacket in very good condition. First edition. Shelf and handling wear to cover and binding, with general signs of previous use. In mismatched contemporary Grosset & Dunlap dust jacket. Dated 1929 on title page and copyright page with no additional printings. Light rubbing and scuffing to jacket; minor creasing to jacket edges; jacket is otherwise in remarkably good shape. Rubbing, scuffing and minor smudging to cloth; bumping and some fraying to cloth extremities; bookplate on front pastedown; discreet bookstore sticker to rear pastedown; binding is loose at pp. 68-69 but intact; faint uniform age toning throughout text. Overall, a great copy. Mylar protective sleeve included. Secure packaging for safe delivery. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ThriftBooks - Second City]
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        SHANGHAI BIRDS: A Study of Bird Life in Shanghai & Surrounding Districts.

      Shanghai 1929, N. China Daily. Green cloth, 243p., 22 color, 1 b.w. plate, showing 75 birds. A R A R E B O O K Covering all types of birds, including crow, magpie, wren, thrush, blackbird, robin, flycatcher, shrike, warbler, haw- finch, sparrow, bunting, skylark, wagtail, woodpecker, king- fisher, cuckoo, quail, dove, sandpaper, gull, heron, egret &c., also includes a glossary of special terms, index of common names, good information on the identification and ob- servation of birds, a short list of common birds, notes on sounds made by birds, their naming, migration, and some re- marks on orientation, instinct, & a possible 'extra sense,' excellent color illustrations by H. Gronvold. Wood p.628. .

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        Un pays aimé des peintres. Sites et monuments de la région de Crémieu. Cent quarante dessins et une eau-forte par Joanny Drevet.

      Lyon, Pierre Masson, 1929, demi-chagrin moderne, dos à nerfs, dos et plats de la couv. cons. -15 illustrations in-texte et une sur le premier plat de la couv. - in-4 de VIII-214-(2) pp. + 100 pl. h.t. ; Edition originale.Tiré à 699 exemplaires. Un des 600 ex. sur papier vélin d'Arches.Ouvrage couronné par le prix Charles Blanc de l'Académie française.

      [Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE PHILIPPE SERIGNAN]
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        Hundert Jahre Reclam. Festrede von Thomas Mann gehalten bei dem Festakt anlässlich der Hundert-Jahr-Feier des Verlages Philipp Reclam jun. am 1. Okt. 1928. Mit 26 Steinzeichnungen von Eugen Spiro. [Signierte Erstausgabe].

      Leipzig, Verlag von Philipp Reclam jun. 1929 - 4°. 30,5 cm. 34 Seiten. Illustrierter Original-Pappband, gebunden. In eigens für das Buch gefertigter brauner Ganzlederkassette mit blauem Samtbezug. Erste Ausgabe. WG 2, 41. Nummer 456 von 1000 (gesamt 2000) nummerierten und von Thomas Mann und Eugen Spiro signierten Exemplaren. Handsteindruck von Hermann Birkholz, Berlin. Buchdruck von Philipp Reclam jun., Leipzig. Rücken sauber mit farblosem Klebeband verstärkt. Gutes, innen gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Urformen der Kunst. Photographische Pflanzenbilder. Herausgegeben mit einer Einleitung von Karl Nierendorf. - Wundergarten der Natur. Neue Bilddokumente schöner Pflanzenformen. - Wunder in der Natur. Bild-Dokumente schöner Pflanzenformen. Mit einer Einführung von Otto Dannenberg. 3 Bände.

      Berlin bzw. Leipzig, Verlag Ernst Wasmuth; Verlag für Kunstwissenschaft bzw. H. Schmidt & C. Günther Pantheon-Verlag für Kunstwissenschaft, 1929; 1932; 1942. 4°. Mit zus. einem mont. Titelportrait u. 360 Tafeln in Kupfertiefdruck von Karl Blossfeldt. XVII (1) S., 1 Bl.; XIII (1) S., 1 Bl.; 5 Bll., OLwd.-Bde. Erstausgaben („Urformen der Kunst“ in der - abgesehen vom Auflagenvermerk auf der Titelrückseite - identen zweiten Auflage). - „Wunder in der Natur“ enthält eine Auswahl von Fotografien der ersten beiden Bände. - Einbände tlw. etw. berieben, bestoßen bzw. stockfleckig. Vorsätze von „Wundergarten der Natur“ stockfleckig. Vorsatz von „Wunder in der Natur“ mit Widmung. - Versand D: 9,80 EUR Blossfeldt, Urformen der Kunst. Photographische Pflanzenbilder. Herausgegeben mit einer Einleitung von Karl Nierendorf. - Wundergarten der Natur. Neue Bilddokumente schöner Pflanzenformen. - Wunder in der Natur. Bild-Dokumente schöner Pflanzenformen. Mit einer Einführung von Otto Dannenberg, Neue Sachlichkeit, Fotografie, Photographie

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        E.V.HOWELL PAINTED FIGURES: THE BUFFS REGIMENT

      OWELL, Lieutenant E.V: Wooden painted soldiers by Lt E.V Howell circa 1929. Lieutenant Ernest Vernon Howell was born on 7th May 1891 and was commissioned into the Royal Artillery on 8th September 1917. He was promoted Lieutenant on 4th March 1919 and discharged from the army on 16th June 1920. In May 1929 he wrote to the Curator of Lancaster Museum on hearing the news of the establishment of the King's Own Museum. He wrote "I am an invalided ex officer (retired) and have now taken up my former hobby of painting etc to support myself and family. I am specialising in sketches etc of past and present uniforms of the British Army." The figures, are approx 11 inches high and they originally cost 6 shillings and 6 pence each. Figures were also available at 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 feet high. (25, 35, 50, 70 shillings and £5 5 shillings respectively). "The wooden figures in my opinion" he wrote "make the more interesting exhibits for museum purposes, the two foot and three foot sizes being most suitable. They are large enough to shew the small details which are often so important in uniforms" Lieutenant Howell had already provided figures to the Royal Scots Regiment, Royal Scots Fusiliers, The Rifle Brigade, The Worcester Regiment and The Border Regiment. These figures depict a private of The Buffs regiment for 1742, Grenadiers for 1751 and 1768, a private for 1792 and others for 1811and 1838. A private of The Light Company of 1854 and an sergeant for 1904 bring up the rear.

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        Emilio Salgari * Phönix Verlag Carl Siwinna (1929-1934) * 32 Bände komplett

      Biete die komplette 32-bändige Reihe der Abenteuerromane von Emilio Salgari an, erschienen im Phönix Verlag Carl Siwinna Berlin. 32 Bände (teils mit aufmontierten farbigen Deckelbildern), erschienen zwischen 1929 und 1934. Alle Bände haben einen Schutzumschlag und sind jeweils mit einem Frontispiz versehen. 28 Bände sind in blaues Ganzleinen gebunden, 3 Bände in graues Ganzleinen und 1 Band in oranges Halbleinen. Band 1: Der schwarze Korsar (1929) Band 2: Die Karibenkönigin (1929) Band 3: Die Geheimnisse der schwarzen Dschungel (1929) Band 4: Der Lichtberg (1929) Band 5: Die algerischen Panther (1929) Band 6: Die Stadt des Königs Lebroso (1929) Band 7: Pharaonentöchter (1929) Band 8: Obermatrose Teer (1929) Band 9: Der Sohn des Roten Korsaren (1930) Band 10: Im Luftschiff durch Afrika (1930) Band 11: Die Schrecken Sibiriens (1930) Band 12: Der Bergkönig (1930) Band 13: Unter chinesischen Rebellen (1930) Band 14: Der Kampf um Mompracem (1930) Band 15: Die Herrin der Goldfelder (1930) Band 16: Die Tiger von Mompracem (1930) Band 17: Die Tochter des Schwarzen Korsaren (1930) Band 18: Die letzten Freibeuter (1930) Band 19: Hauptmann Tempesta (1930) Band 20: Die Diamantenhöhlen (1930) Band 21: Im Unterseeboot zum Nordpol (1931) Band 22: Karthago in Flammen (1931) Band 23: Der Löwe von Damaskus (1931) Band 24: Indianerrache (1931) Band 25: Die Skalpjägerin (1931) Band 26: Minnehahas Ende (1931) Band 27: Die Flucht aus der Fremdenlegion (1932) Band 28: Das Sklavenschiff (1932) Band 29: Die Braut des Korsaren (1932) Band 30: Die Kreuzfahrt des Skorpion (1932) Band 31: Wüstenräuber (1934) Band 32: Die Goldgräber von Alaska (1934) Alle Bände sind mehrfach gelesen, jedoch allesamt in gutem altersgemäßen und sammelwürdigen Zustand. Die Ränder, Ecken und Buchrücken sind gebrauchsmäßig bestoßen. Einige wenige Bände sind leicht leseschief. Die blauen Leinen sind bei einigen Büchern teils etwas ausgeblichen, teils altersfleckig. Innen sind die Bände, bis auf die üblichen Altersbräunungen, in sauberem Zustand. Die Bindungen bei allen Bänden sind intakt. Es gibt keine losen oder lockeren Seiten. Bei einigen Bänden sind handschriftliche Besitzervermerke oder Besitzerstempel im Vorsatz oder auf dem Titelblatt. Die Schutzumschläge sind Kopien der alten Umschläge diese Kopien habe ich im Laufe der Zeit aus den verschiedensten Quellen erhalten oder käuflich erworben. Die Kopien haben naturgemäß nicht mehr die bildliche und graphische Qualität der alten Umschläge, da diese im Laufe der Zeit teils an den Rändern eingerissen sind, teils im Laufe der Zeit etwas verblichen oder auch nachgedunkelt sind.

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        All Quiet on the Western Front Translated from the German by AW Wheen

      First English edition. 8vo., original buff buckram, dust jacket. London, G.P. Putnam's Sons.

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        Farbige Räume and Bauten.

      Stuttgart: G. Siegle & Co, [circa 1929]. Oblong folio, [20] pp., with 30 loose full color poichoir plates, heightened with gold and silver, text printed in gray. Plates and stable bound folio are housed in a gray portfolio, with a yellow strip and title information printed to one side of the upper flap. Some small stains and wear to the portfolio, plates and are in very good, bright condition, book is slightly foxed where the plates have rested, otherwise very good. An architectural and interior design catalog, showing room renderings in vibrant colors with an unmistakable Bauhaus modernist aesthetic. A stunningly well preserved collection of designs from pre-World War II Germany.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        The Winding Stair 

      First US edition. Tall 8vo., original dark blue cloth, pattern stamped in gilt on covers and spine, with title on red leather label, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed. New York, The Fountain Press. 

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        Typed postcard signed ("H. Geiger").

      Tübingen, 7. XI. 1929. - Oblong 8vo. 1 page. With typed address. To "Mech. Master Sellmeyer, Munich, Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University": "Please let me know which atom models can be bought from you and what price [.]". - Slightly spotty.

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        The Vicar of Wakefield.

      London: George G. Harrap & Company Limited, 1929 - Small quarto (248 × 187 mm). Bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in pink half calf, twin blue morocco labels to spine lettered in gilt, gilt decoration to spine, marbled sides, gilt rules to covers, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Spine faded to pale pink, rubbing to spine ends and board edges, internally bright. An excellent copy. Colour frontispiece and 12 colour plates, black and white illustrations to text by Rackham. First Rackham edition. Latimore & Haskell p. 65; Riall p. 170. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Le Chasseur Vert -

      Orion 1929 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-4. 248 pp. Reliure demi-chagrin vert à coins. Dos à nerfs. Couverture et dos conservés. Illustré de 7 burins originaux par Jean-Emile LABOUREUR. Très bel état dans une reliure soignée. TIRAGE LIMITÉ à 351 exemplaires. Celui-ci un des 300 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin blanc à la cuve B. F. K. des papeteries de Rives. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Three Things

      Faber & Faber, (London 1929 - First edition. Drawings by Gilbert Spencer. 12mo. Illustrated wrappers. Very good with tiny chips and splitting to the delicate thin spine, and some general toning and rubbing. One of 500 numbered large paper copies Signed by the author. This is number 99. The Ariel Poems No. 18. Wade 166. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Hitchcock Edition The Sporting Works of David Gray 3 vols,

      Derrydale PressNew York. Hardcover. 3 volume set. near fine bookplate in each volume. #513 of 750 copies limited edition. signed by david Gray on Half-tile page of volume 1. Contains Gallops 1, Gallops 2, Mr. Carteret. Bookplate of financier Percy Rivington Pyne. or most likely the son who was a WW1 fighter pilot. . Very Good. 1929.

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        A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN

      London: Hogarth, 1929. First impression. Printed in Great Britain by R. & R. Clark, Limited, Edinburgh. 1/3,040 copies. Small crown 8vo. 7 in (17.5 cm) tall; 172 p. Fine copy with bright gilt titling to spine over publisher's cinnamon cloth. Tight, pristine binding. Straight, intact spine. Square corners. Pristine and unmarred pages. Appears unread. All edges clean and trimmed. Dust jacket designed by Virginia Woolf's sister, Vanessa Bell, in pale pink printed in navy blue. Clean and unclipped jacket with 5s on front flap in sturdy, clear protector. Front free endpaper with minor offsetting. Jacket with short closed tears, spine ends with chipping, verso with subtle and expert reinforcement along front joint. Exceptionally well-preserved book in an attractive jacket and housed in a custom 3/4 leather clamshell case. Considered the ultimate lyrical novelist in English, Virginia Woolf is also studied for her feminist and lesbian themes, as in A Room of One's Own, a work which originated in lectures given by Woolf at two women's colleges at Cambridge University (where women were not allowed full degrees until 1947). Kirkpatrick A12b. Woolmer 215b. Rosenberg and Bergstrom 2824. Fine / Very Good.

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        ANIMULA

      London: Faber & Faber, 1929. Issued as Ariel Poem #23. 3000 copies printed. N.d. 12mo (7 1/4 in. tall); 3 pp. As often, this issue preceded the limited printing by almost three weeks. Two wood engravings by Gertrude Hermes, including pictorial wrapper. Appears unread. Wrapper with faintest dustiness. This copy has been specially signed by Eliot under his printed name at the conclusion of the poem. Uncommon thus. Gallup A14a. Signed by Author(s). Near Fine.

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        A WAY OUT A One Act Play

      New York: Harbor Press, 1929. Limited #226/485. Signed by Frost at the end of his prefatory note. Appeared as part of an anthology in 1927. 8vo (8 in. tall); 17 pp. Gilt titling to spine and gilt decoration to covers on black quarter cloth with salmon paper sides. Appears unread. Scarce glassine wrapper in clear archival protector. Book with touch of shelf wear. Wrapper with faint trace of scratches and chipping. Considered Robert Frost's best play, A Way Out is "as complex as the best of his dramatic poems." Fagan p. 352. Signed by Author(s). Near Fine / Near Fine.

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        MOÇAMBIQUE. Colónia de Moçambique. Portuguese East Africa. La Colonie Portugaise de Moçambique. Albuns Fotográficos e Descrítivos. Photographic and Descriptive Albums. Albums Photograhiques et Descriptifs:

      - VOLUME I. LOURENÇO MARQUES. - VOLUME II. DISTRITO DE LOURENÇO MARQUES. EDIFICIOS PÚBLICOS, PORTO, CAMINHOS DE FERRO, ETC.- VOLUME III. DISTRITO DE LOURENÇO MARQUES. ASPECTOS DA CIDADE, VIDA COMERCIAL, PRAIA DA POLANA, ETC. - VOLUME IV. DISTRITO DE LOURENÇO MARQUES. INDUSTRIAS E AGRICULTURA, ASPECTOS DAS CIRCUNSCRIÇÕES, ETC. - VOLUME V. GAZA E INHAMBANE. ASPECTOS GERAIS. - VOLUME VI. DISTRITO DE QUELIMANE. ASPECTOS GERAIS. - VOLUME VII. DISTRITO DE MOÇAMBIQUE. ASPECTOS GERAIS. - VOLUME VIII. DISTRITO DE TÉTE E TERRITÓRIOS DE CABO DELGADO (NIASSA). ASPECTOS GERAIS. - VOLUME IX. MANICA E SOFALA. (COMPANHIA DE MOÇAMBIQUE). A CIDADE DA BEIRA. ASPECTOS DO TERRITÓRIO. - VOLUME X. RAÇAS, USOS E COSTUMES INDÍGENAS. ALGUNS EXEMPLARES DA FAUNA MOÇAMBICANA. Broschek & Co. Hamburgo. Representantes: Stüben & Co. Hamburgo. 1929. Obra em 10 volumes. De 22x29 cm (formato oblongo). Com cerca de 150 páginas cada volume. Brochados (acondicionados nas caixas de transporte originais). Profusamente ilustrado com fotogravuras panorâmicas. Obra trilingue (português, inglês e francês). Work in 10 volumes printed in Germany (still on the original printer's boxes) with a monumental photographic survey of the Portuguese East Africa (the Colony of Mozambique): its public and private buildings; harbors, railways; sightseeings of Lourenço Marques (actual city of Maputo) and its commercial life; the beach of Polana; ethnographical notes; the modern industrial life: and the fauna of Mozambique. Circa 150 pages each volume with text and subtitles in 3 languages (Portuguese, French, and English) Location/localizacao: FR-5-C-15

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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.

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        Aphrodite

      L'Intermediare Du Bibliophile 1929 - Remarkable Surrealist Art Deco masterpiece, illustrated by Edouard Chimot. This is the limited first edition, of 325 copies ( of which 25 were for reserved for presentation and not offered for sale, hence 300 only available to the public),this example is one of 154 on handmade watermarked watercolour Papier de Rives, inscribed and signed by Edouard Chimot to book and art collector Mme Andre Pereire. Illustrated with 16 full page hand coloured aquatint etchings by Edouard Chimot, additional illustrations in the text. TEG, deckled. Considered an erotic book. Superb full bright blue eather binding with elaborately tooled spine, spine with raised dentelles and gilt in compartments. Lithographs with deep plate mark. Additionally, this book bears an original bookplate by Georges Barbier for collector Alys Andre Pereire, this copy thus with exceptional provenance. A magnificent large and impressive art volume 340mm X 280mm X 60mm in fine condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Les enfants de France (9 vol. de 1929 à 1937)

      Figaro 1929 - Neuf volumes in-4 (215 x 28,2 cm.), cartonnage d'éditeur demi-toile verte, filets / titre / année (et ex-libris?) dorés au dos, couvertures conservées, années: 1929 / 1930 / 1931 / 1932 / 1933 / 1934 / 1935 / 1936 / 1937, illustrations principalement en noir et blanc mais aussi en couleurs et monochromes in-texte de Henri Morin, Tigre, Semenoff, Chaperon, Hafner, etc., ex-libris de Pierre Capdevielle tamponné aux gardes, textes de Benjamin Rabier, Pierre Lichtenberger, André Maurois, Gérard d'Houville, Henri Lavedan, Tristan Derème, etc., articles sur le scoutisme, la philatélie, reportages divers, récits, BD ; 1929: dos presque entièrement détaché, dos insolés, 1932: mors postérieur fendu, coins usés, coiffes et bords frottés, traces d'usure aux plats, assez bon état pour cet ensemble de 9 tomes. Les enfants de France Collectif [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Letter, Signed ("O.W. Richardson"), to Alfred Eisenstaedt, concerning Nobel laureate F.W. Hopkins

      Haverstock Hill, Hampstead, London, 1929. One page, in ink, on a bifolium letterhead. 12mo. Fine. One page, in ink, on a bifolium letterhead. 12mo. Winner of the 1928 Nobel Prize in Physics. Owen Willans Richardson (1879-1959) was a leading British physicist and winner of the 1928 Nobel Prize in Physics who 'kept a good table and a well-stocked cellar (wherein whisky was drawn from the wood)" (ODNB). He accepted his prize during the 1929 ceremony.Attractive autograph letter from the Nobel laureate to Alfred Eisenstaedt thanking him for photographs of the Nobel award ceremony in Stockholm and providing an address for 1929 Nobel laureate in medicine Frederick Gowland Hopkins, discoverer of glutathione.

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        ISADORA DUNCAN: TWENTY-FOUR STUDIES

      1929. GENTHE, Arnold. ISADORA DUNCAN: TWENTY-FOUR STUDIES. Foreword by Max Eastman. NY: Mitchell Kennerley, 1929. Folio: black cloth, stamped in gilt. Genthe's tribute to Duncan, with 24 photogravure plates and published only two years after her death. First Edition. Signed presentation from Genthe on the front endpaper: "To Stella Wanger- with greetings from an old friend- Arnold Genthe, New York, 1929." Stella Wanger [1866-1931] is the mother of famous Hollywood producer Walter Wanger [1894-1968], who launched the careers of many famous stars, including Elizabeth Taylor, Henry Fonda, and Richard Burton. Wanger's sister, Beatrice- a dancer, was the subject of some of Genthe's photographs. Very Good (some spotty light discoloration front cover, contents clean & tight). $500.00.

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        MEDUSA. A Story of Mystery and Ecstasy and Strange Horror.

      London: Victor Gollancz. 1929 - First edition, first printing. Inscribed presentation copy. Publisher’s original black cloth with green titles to the spine. An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and firm, the contents slightly spotted at the text block edge otherwise clean throughout and without previous owner’s inscriptions or stamps. Lacking the rare dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author in black ink on the front endpaper "Clive Pemberton / from / E. H. Visiak / April 7th 1933". A superb association copy, inscribed to fellow author of weird and horror tales Clive Pemberton who’s first and best known collection "The Weird o’ It" published by Henry J. Drane in 1906 is of legendary rarity. 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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        Philo Farnsworth

      c. 1929. Book, from his library, signed twice: <I>“Philo T. Farnsworth,”</I> on the first flyleaf and on the half-title. “Elementary Differential Equations” by Thornton C. Fry, 255 pages, 6” x 9”. New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, 1929. On leaf nicked at lower edge, ink blot on another page. Red cloth boards, worn at top and bottom edges of spine. Gilt-titled on spine. Near fine condition.<br /><br />Pictorial bookplate affixed on inside cover, 3” x 5”, imprinted <I>“Ex Libris / Philo T. Farnsworth / Book No. ___ Classification.”</I> Number <I>“121”</I> stamped next to <I>“Book No.”</I> Handwritten, probably by Farnsworth, <I>“Copy #1.”</I> On the opposite first flyleaf signed by Farnsworth at top edge, another bookplate has been affixed: <I>“Library of / Philo T. Farnsworth / Book No. ___ / Classification ___”</I> <I>“Copy #1”</I> and <I>“121”</I> have been handwritten, again most likely by Farnsworth who has also stamped the page <I>“Property of / Philo T. Farnsworth.”</I> Two similar partial stampings are also on this page. He also stamped his ownership on pages 15, 127, 149, and 253 and twice on the fore edge of the pages, displaying an obsession of, perhaps, someone borrowing his book and not returning it. The stamping on page 15 is on what appears to be a chemical stain and small hole in the blank margin which appears to have been there before the stamping.<br /><br />A review of Fry’s book by T.H. Hildebrandt in the February 1930 issue of “The American Mathematical Monthly” describes it as “a textbook on elementary differential equations consisting of 250 generously sized pages, written by one who is prominently connected with the mathematical research side of electrical engineering…” There are 133 mathematical problems in the book with the answers on pages 245-252 followed by an index. From the Preface: “This text … is intended primarily for students of Engineering and its allied sciences.” Dr. Thornton C. Fry was the head of the Technical Staff at Bell Telephone Laboratories.<br /><br />From “The Time 100 … Scientists & Thinkers … Twenty people who overthrew our inherited ideas about logic, language, learning, mathematics, economics and even space and time,” in part, “On Sept. 7, 1927, Farnsworth painted a square of glass black and scratched a straight line on the center. In another room, [his wife] Pem’s brother, Cliff Gardner, dropped the slide between the Image Dissector (the camera tube that Farnsworth had invented earlier that year) and a hot, bright, carbon arc lamp. Farnsworth, Pem and one of the investors, George Everson, watched the receiver. They saw the straight-line image and then, as Cliff turned the slide 90[degrees], they saw it move--which is to say they saw the first all-electronic television picture ever transmitted … What did Farnsworth exclaim? ‘There you are,’ said Phil, ‘electronic television.’ Later that evening, he wrote in his laboratory journal: ‘The received line picture was evident this time’ … the telegram George Everson sent to another investor: ‘The damned thing works!’<br /><br />“As it happens, [Vladimir] Zworykin had made a patent application in 1923, and by 1933 had developed a camera tube he called an Iconoscope. It also happens that Zworykin was by then connected with the Radio Corporation of America, whose chief, David Sarnoff, had no intention of paying royalties to Farnsworth for the right to manufacture television sets. ‘RCA doesn't pay royalties,’ he is alleged to have said, ‘we collect them.’ And so there ensued a legal battle over who invented television. RCA’s lawyers contended that Zworykin's 1923 patent had priority over any of Farnsworth's patents, including the one for his Image Dissector … In 1934 the U.S. Patent Office rendered its decision, awarding priority of invention to Farnsworth. RCA appealed and lost, but litigation about various matters continued for many years until Sarnoff finally agreed to pay Farnsworth royalties … During World War II, the government suspended sales of TV sets, and by the war’s end, Farnsworth’s key patents were close to expiring. When they did, RCA was quick to take charge of the production and sales of TV sets, and in a vigorous public-relations campaign, promoted both Zworykin and Sarnoff as the fathers of television…” Zworykin was not chosen as one of “The Time 100.”<br /><br />In addition to television, Farnsworth’s over 150 inventions include vacuum tubes, electrical scanners, an amplifier, electron multipliers, cathode-ray, photoelectric materials, and equipment for converting an optical image into an electrical signal.

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        Radiomovies, Radiovision, Television

      National Capital Press 1929 - Near pristine. Clean and tight. No markings. Black cloth binding with very little wear, minor stain to back board. Gilt lettering on spine and front board; lightly spine lettering lightly dulled. Early developments in television technology, known as "moving pictures by radio" at the time. Includes detailed how-to "How to make your own radiovisor" and articles on other technologies. Profusely illustrated, photographs, charts. // Shipped carefully packed in a sturdy box. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Art Deco chromolithographic perfume & cosmetics catalogue for 1929

      New York California Perfume Company [1929] - Oblong folio. Original limp black cloth with fold-over lower cover, bound with metal rivets, title and floral design to upper cover gilt. Chromolithographic title and 35 plates depicting beauty products, all save the last two with with a numbered cloth thumb-tab, interleaved with informational pages on lighter paper stock. With a pink slip on the amount that a sales associate can expect to make loosely inserted. Significant vertical crease affecting the entire catalogue, a little toning of the non-illustrated pages, chromolithographs fresh and clean. A very good copy. An early edition of this sumptuous chromolithographic beauty catalogue originally introduced at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition by the California Perfume Company. The firm was founded in 1886 by door-to-door book salesman David H. McConnell and would later become Avon. This catalogue includes 35 plates depicting perfumes and air fresheners, soaps, shampoo, skin creams, shaving kits, toothpaste, gift sets, food flavourings and colours, laundry powder, detergent, and household cleaning supplies. Of particular note are the attractive Art Deco packaging designs, a key aspect of the company's success. There are a number of items from the Avon line, which by 1930 had become the dominant products. These catalogues were expensive to produce but extremely successful at promoting the company's products. Between 1915 and 1917 they were bound with screw-back posts so that pages could be added and removed, but after 1924 the use of screw-back posts was discontinued, so that salesmen were required to buy new catalogues. Price lists were originally issued separately, but this was discontinued in 1919, and this catalogue includes product details and prices interleaved on a lighter paper stock. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SCIENCE WONDER STORIES #1-06/1929-ROCKET COVER-FRANK R PAUL-vg

      Gernsbach 1929 - -First Issue -Classic early sci-fi pulp -Rocket cover by Frank R. Paul -Nice copy, appears to have had extra staples which have been removed Condition: VG

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        A Farewell to Arms.

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 1929 - First edition. Octavo. pp [xii], 355. Black cloth with printed gold labels on spine and front.Front free endpaper very faintly marked. Very good indeed in very good indeed dustwrapper slightly rubbed at the edges. The dustwrapper is first issue: the heroine's name is misspelled ''Katharine'' in the blurb on the flap. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vladimir Jabotinsky

      December 24, 1929. Rare Autograph Letter Signed <I>"V. Jabotinsky"</I> in French, two pages, 5" x 3.25", both sides of a card. Not fully translated. To <I>"My dear friend."</I> In part, <I>"If you can do something for Mr. Boudnik...I would be truly obligated to you. He is a veteran of the Zion Mule Corps and of the 38th Royal Fusiliers, Jewish soldiers from 1915 up to 1920 – deserving of a little gratitude. A simple man...unhappy. When I was in Jerusalem, I helped him as much as possible, before I left. Do what you can, I thank you in advance. Good luck in all things."</I> Very fine condition. <br /><br />In World War I, in 1915, the Zion Mule Corps of the British Army was formed in Egypt. Almost all the soldiers were Jews who had been expelled from Palestine by the Turks because of their British citizenship. Joining the British Expeditionary Force on Gallipoli in the Dardinelles in May 1915, the Zion Mule Corps saw action until the British were forced to evacuate in January 1916 after which it was disbanded. Zionist leadership opposed the formation of another Jewish regiment fearing it would jeopardize the Jews living in Palestine, then part of the Ottoman Empire. In September 1917, after petitioning by Jabotinsky and others, the British War Office formed the 38th Royal Fusiliers, an infantry regiment made up of nearly 100 veterans of the Zion Mule Corps plus Jewish immigrants from Russia. The 38th was sent to Egypt in February 1918 and took part in the victorious September 1918 British offensive against the Turks in Palestine under General Edmund Allenby. Jabotinsky was a Deputy Commander of the 38th Royal Fusiliers, with the honorary rank of lieutenant, as they marched through the Jordan Valley near Jericho and crossed the Jordan River into Palestine. After the war, Jabotinsky actively lectured and wrote for many publications, advancing the Zionist cause. In 1925, the World Union of Zionist Revisionists was established with headquarters in Paris. Jabotinsky lived in Jerusalem from 1927-1929. Just months after writing this letter, while on a speaking engagement abroad, the British administration canceled his return visa to Palestine. From 1930 until he died of heart failure in New York in 1940, Jabotinsky actively lectured worldwide for the establishment of a Jewish state. In his will, written in 1935, he asked that when he died, he could be buried anywhere, but requested that his remains be transferred to Palestine "only at the instructions of a Jewish government." In 1965, ordered by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, the remains of Jabotinsky and his wife were reinterred on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.

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        A HISTORY OF EARLY CHINESE ART.

      London, Ernest Benn, 1929-30.. FIRST EDITIONS, 4 volumes, 1929-30, COMPLETE SET. Thick 4to, 320 x 230 mm, 13 x 9 inches, 476 half tone plates with tissue guards, 372 pages, text illustrations, original publisher's blue cloth, gilt lettering to spines. Slight shelf wear to extremities, a few light scratches and pale marks to covers, occasional light foxing, Volume 3 has a slight abrasion to the top corners, affecting the tips of the corners on about 100 pages, not affecting text or images, otherwise a very good clean sturdy set. Volume 1: The Prehistoric and Pre-Han Periods; Volume 2: The Han Period; Volume 3: Sculpture; Volume 4: Architecture. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Via Crucis [Proof Copy]

      Ditchling, Sussex: St. Dominic's Press. [Privately printed for Mr. and Mrs. Reed-Lewis], 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Gill, Eric. Uncommon in any form. We find only four copies on OCLC and none currently in the trade. Plain black cloth, blue ribbon bookmark bound in; 14 simple wood engravings by an unknown illustrator; recessed pocket at rear; Eric Gill's St. Dominic's press mark ("S D P and Cross," P145) to title page. PROOF COPY with marginalia and corrections regarding printing issues (spacing, capitalization, etc.) scattered throughout, in a hand we speculate to be Hilary Douglas Clarke Pepler's based on writing and editing samples currently in our possession. Pepler began St. Dominic's Press in 1916, and cofounded the Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic with Eric Gill and Desmond Chute in 1920. Octavo (7-7/8" x 5-3/8"), pagination: 1-32. Very good +, with modest wear, LACKING the crucifix meant to be stored in the rear pocket. Taylor and Sewell no. A181.***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard shipping charge does not always cover costs; please inquire for details.***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB, and IOBA and we stand behind book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        A FAREWELL TO ARMS

      London: Joanthan Cape, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/Very good. First British edition, second state with "serious" spelled correctly on page 66. Arguably the best American novel to emerge from World War I, this is the story of an American ambulance driver on the Italian front and his passion for a beautiful English nurse. Octavo. Original pink cloth binding, with gilt titles. The dust jacket is price-clipped, with some light browning along the spine and folds, and a bit of edgewear, including a short closed tear to the rear panel; otherwise very good.

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        Paper Houses.

      London: The Hogarth Press, 1929 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket designed by Roger Fry. Very faint fading to cloth around the extremities, but an excellent copy, sound and fresh, with the dust jacket only a little tanned and stained to spine and slightly chipped at the ends and corners, entirely unrestored. First edition, first impression, one of 1,262 copies published, complete with the Roger Fry dust jacket in exceptional condition. Paper Houses is an early short story collection by the poet and novelist William Plomer (1903&#150;1973) based on his experiences living in Japan with a male companion. Woolmer 205. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Alice in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass , Phantasmagoria, The Hunting of the Snark, The Rose and the Ring

      Macmillan, UK 1929 - 1st Edition Thus 1929. A very rare presentation boxed set of the authors key books, produced by the publishers. Lovely antiqued cloth finish to each volume. First, I have ever come across. All books are published in 1929 and state reprints. Illustrated in black and white throughout the book by various artists as in the original 1st editions. Books are near fine and very bright. Appear un-read. School gift bookplate to one volume. The original box is complete and functions well. Edges quite rubbed and worn in places. Internal and edge repairs. More images available upon request. Ref Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Thermodynamik : die Lehre von den Kreisprozessen, den physikalischen und chemischen Veränderungen und gleichgewichten : eine hinführung zu den thermodynamischen Problemen unserer Kraft- und Stoffwirtschaft

      Julius Springer, Berlin 1929 - First Edition. xxvi, 619, [620], folding table, 2 pages ads. 8vo (7 x 10 inches). Publisher's dark blue-green cloth, gilt titles on front cover and spine. INSCRIBED by Schottky to American chemist G. N. Lewis: "Herr G. N. Lewis mit dem Ausdruck der größten Hochachtung" (with the greatest assurance of respect). Two additional previous owner names on front endpapers. Text in German. Cloth. "Schottky, although a theorist, was the most important industrial physicist in twentieth century Germany. Being one of the 'outstanding research personalities' of the Siemens company, he was granted scientific freedom to pursue problems of pure physics. Thus his contributions include both technological and scientific achievements: invention of the tetrode electron tube and the superhertodyne principle for receiving wireless signals, discover of the 'small-shot effect' (noise due to the quantum structure of electricity) in electron tubes, theory of crystal defects, and theory of rectification in semiconductor-metal contacts.[in the 1950s], still on the Siemens payroll, he played a pivotal role in the establishment of solid-state and especially semiconductor physics as a field of research in its own right in postwar Germany." (New DSB, Vol 6, pp 365-77)"Gilbert Newton Lewis . was an American physical chemist known for the discovery of the covalent bond and his concept of electron pairs; his Lewis dot structures and other contributions to valence bond theory have shaped modern theories of chemical bonding. Lewis successfully contributed to thermodynamics, photochemistry, and isotope separation, and is also known for his concept of acids and bases." (wiki)Schottky dedicates this book to Max Planck and Heinrich Rubens under whom he studied obtaining his Phd in Physics.Books signed or inscribed by Schottky are rare in the marketplace. A nice association copy between two scientists. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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