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        Complete Poetry and Selected Prose

      London: Nonesuch Press, 1929. London: Nonesuch Press, 1929. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. 8vo., original turquoise morocco, top edge gilt, by Best and Co. The excellent Nonesuch Press edition of John Donne, edited by John Hayward. Number 147 of 675 copies printed on Pannekoek paper. spine faded, a few small scratches to the binding

      [Bookseller: Abbey Bookshop]
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        Here's How Again!

      The John Day Company 1929 - First edition (so stated, January, 1929). 5" x 3 1/4". Original gilt stamped salmon boards. Tan pictorial dust jacket (unclipped; few small nicks; tiny nick to edge of boards). Fine copy. 63 pages. Uncommon. Vignette on title page of man with cocktail shaker; vignette on last page of two men in top hats toasting with cocktails. Cocktail names in headings printed in red. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA]
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        Sleeping Partners

      , 1929. 1929. first edition. When Cats and Dogs CuddleALDIN, Cecil. Sleeping Partners. A Series of Episodes. London: Eyre and Spottiwoode, n.d. [1929]. First edition. Folio (12 1/2 x 9 3/8 in; 312 x 236 mm). Unpaginated. Twenty recto-only mounted colored plates of cats and dogs together. Bound by Sangorski and Sutcliffe in contemporary half calf with gilt rules over marbled boards. Gilt ornamented compartments, crimson morocco spine labels gilt lettered. Original illustrated front wrapper preserved at rear. Light rubbing to spine tail, otherwise a fine copy. Housed in a matching marbled paper-covered slipcase.A charming series of twenty colored sketches of the artist's two dogs (an Irish Wolfhound and a Bull Terrier) asleep and cuddling on Alden's sofa.Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) “was a most prolific artist and illustrator. While living in London, he became friends with the Beggarstaff Brothers (see Houfe under William Nicholson and James Pryde), John Hassall, Phil May and Dudley Hardy, and their influence on his work was great. He produced a great number of prints, a select list of which is included with a comprehensive bibliography in Heron’s book [Cecil Aldin: The Story of a Sporting Artist (1981)]. He did a great deal of advertising work, including posters, for such companies as Bovril, Colman (manufacturers of starch and mustard), and Cadbury’s, and Royal Doulton produced about sixty items with Aldin drawings between 1910 and 1939. Horses, dogs and the English countryside were the major topics of Aldin’s illustrations. The obituary in The Times asserted that ‘there never yet has been a painter of dogs fit to hold a candle to him…Cecil Aldin can justly be described as one of the leading spirits in the renaissance of British sporting art’” (Alan Horne, The Dictionary of 20th Century British Book Illustrators, p. 67). Books written and illustrated by Aldin include Old Inns (1921); Old Manor Houses (1923); Cathedral[s] and Abbey Churches of England (1924); Romances of the Road (1928); Sleeping Partners (1929); An Artist’s Models (1930); Exmoor, the Riding Playground of England (1935); and Hunting Scenes (1936).

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        A Farewell to Arms.

      Scribner's,, New York: 1929 - Black cloth, gilt labels. A fine copy in a slightly tanned first state dust jacket, with a little shallow chipping at the top of the spine. Hanneman A8a. First edition, first issue [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books (ABAA)]
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      London, Hutchinson. [1929]. London, Hutchinson. [1929], 1929. First UK Edition. 8vo. 288pp. +16pp ads dated spring 1929. Publisher's dark red cloth titled in black to spine and front board, minor edgewear, clean and bright. Dusty edges. In a striking black, red and yellow dustwrapper, slightly soiled and scuffed, darkened to spine and with some gentle fraying to edges. Internally clean, neat ink ownership to flyleaf. A bizarre mystery in which a bedridden old gentleman is thrust into paroxysms of frenzy and commits atrocities in a wolf skin, written by a man chiefly remembered for creating a variant form of shorthand for reporters.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Moritz").

      Wien, 7. I. 1929.. 5 SS. auf 5 Bll. Gr.-8vo.. Biographisch aufschlußreicher Brief an seine langjährige Freundin, die Schauspielerin Gerda Tardel: "[...] Meine Belastung mit unerfreulichen Arbeiten, besonders wissenschaftliche Korrespondenz und Lesen von Dissertationen, ist wieder sehr gross, und die Ausarbeitung meiner eigenen Gedanken leidet darunter. Aber das macht nichts; das wirklich Bedeutsame wird doch fertig, und auf gewöhnliche Professorenproduktion lege ich immer weniger Gewicht, je mehr ich mit wirklicher Genialität in Berührung komme. Ein lange geplantes Unternehmen, die Herausgabe einer Bücherserie, von der ich mir nichts geringeres als eine umstürzende Reform der Philosophie verspreche, ist inzwischen in Fluss gekommen [...]". - Gemeinsam mit Philipp Frankl sollte Schlick von diesem Jahr an bis zu seinem Tod die "Schriften zur wissenschaftlichen Weltauffassung" herausgeben.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in a slightly darkened, Near Fine dustwrapper with minor edgewear. Wilson's first volume of poetry, here INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper: "To Marion and John Amen/This little sheaf of woodland/pipings from a wayward muse,/From Edmund Wilson/October 44." The beginning of Wilson's longtime friendship with John Amen, who would eventually become his tax lawyer and executor, dates to 1919. Wilson married his second wife, Margaret Canby, in Washington, DC at the home of Amen, then Assistant Attorney General of the United States. That marriage, of course, would end tragically with Margaret's death two years later after falling down stairs. Amen was the second husband of Marion Cleveland Dell, the daughter of former President Grover Cleveland. A scarce book to find signed, let alone with such a fine association.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        The Bushwhackers. Sketches of Life in the Australian Outback

      London: The Mandrake Press,, [1929]. London: The Mandrake Press,, [1929]. Duodecimo. Original gilt snakeskin pattern sides, black cloth spine with printed paper label. With the dust jacket. Lightly rubbed, corners worn, spine label toned, a little spotting to endpapers and fore-edge. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "Sam from P. R. Stephenson". Uncommon in the dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Appleton , 1929. Appleton , 1929. First edition, UK issue. Original blue pebble grained cloth lettered in gilt to spine and upper cover in supplied yellow printed dustwrapper. The dedication copy, inscribed by the author on the dedication page, under the printed dedication (To A.J.H.S.), "from E.W. / December 1929". A very good copy with the gilt dulled and the rear hinge tender, dustwrapper in very good condition indeed with minor wear to the edges and a slightly toned spine. Housed in a quarter leather clamshell box. The dedicatee is John Hugh Smith, an American expatriate banker, art collector, francophile and literary devotee. When in around 1904 Edith Wharton became friends with Henry James, she joined a group of men who became known as her "inner circle" or, sometimes, "the happy few". This group included men of letters, artists as well as business men such as Hugh Smith. This group defined itself against the society its founders had left in the United States, while simultaneously criticising and accommodating the one it found in Europe. It existed parallel to but also as a transatlantic mirror of the Bloomsbury group.

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        Die Verfassung des Deutschen Reiches vom 11.August 1919.

      . (München, Bremer Presse 1929,) 4°, Or.-Hperg.m.VDeckel-u.RVerg.72 nn.S., Titel u.Wappen gezeichnet v.Anna Simons.(26.Druck der Bremer Presse).Lehnacker 28; Schauer II,69.Druck auf Zandersbütten in 430 num.Expl.Stempel a.Vorsatz, sonst schönes (leicht lädiertem) Umschlag..

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        Häuser-Kataster der Bundeshauptstadt Wien. Zusammengestellt auf Grund amtlicher Daten.

      Wien, M. Perles 1929.. 10 Bde. (Komplett!) 4°. OLn. Tadellos.. Komplette Ausgabe: I. Bd. 1. u. 2. Bezirk; II. Bd. 3. u. 4. Bezirk; III. Bd. 5., 6. u. 7. Bezirk; IV. Bd. 8. u. 9. Bezirk; V. Bd. 10 u. 11. Bezirk; VI. Bd. 12. u. 13. Bezirk; VII. Bd. 14. u. 15. Bezirk; VIII. Bd. 16. u. 17. Bezirk; IX. Bd. 18. u. 19. Bezirk; X. Bd. 20. u. 21. Bezirk. Mehrere Register u. Indices mit Angaben über Einlagezahlen, Adressen, Besitzer, Eigentümer, Eck oder Mittelhaus, Flächen, Stockwerke, Wohnungen, Erbauer- und Erwerbsdatum etc.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        Le grand livre de la cuisine *

      Flammarion, Paris 6.1929. - Relié 29 x 23, pleine toile cirée grise imprimée en noir et blanc. Menus défauts dont page de faux-titre véritablement plissée avec quelques accrocs en tête. Bois de Renefer. Deux Prosper se mettent ensemble pour faire prospèrer leurs connaissances, et si c'était vrai, pour cet ouvrage comportant près de 1'500 pages ?Préface de Henri Béraud, index. Édition originale, après 30 vergé teinté de Rives et 7 hors commerce.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Oh 7e Ciel]
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        Collection of Publications and Ephemera Related to the Limited Editions Club, A

      , 1929-1976. 1929-1976. [LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB]. A Collection of Special Publications and Ephemera Related to the Limited Editions Club. New York: 1929-1979. All materials in very good (monthly letters) to very fine (books) condition.Contents:1. Unbound copy of Monthly Letters, The First Fifty Monthly Letters 1929-1933 (1987).2. Newspaper ad sheet promoting Geo. Bernard Shaw's Preface to new edition of Great Expectations by LEC3. The Mystery of the Unhappy Ending. Offprint of correspondence b'twn George Macy and GBS. 4. Receipt from Philip C. Duschnes Rare Books for LEC Great Expectations, 1947.5. A Code for the Collector of Beautiful Books, 1936. LEC Special Publ. A-7. 6. Monthly Letter #496, March 1976 in original envelope.7. Monthly Letter #186, Dec. 1946.8. George Macy: his role in the book arts by S.R. Shapiro (signed). Wrappers. Offprint of article in PM 1956.9. The Limited Editions Club - Beaux Livres, Belle Lettres. Original prospectus. Spec. publ. A-1. 10. HORACE, "The country, that's the place to live!" Bound poem "made, at New Year 1940, for the friends of George & Helen Macy." Trans. by GM; typeset by HM. Hardcover.11. The Address by Sir Francis Meynell at the Dedication of the George Macy Memorial Collection of Books Published by the LEC. May 1947. 46 pp. Wrappers. 12. 2 CC of A Record of the Proceedings at the LEC's dinner to celebrate the Twenty-first Birthday of the Club & the Fiftieth Birthday of its Founder. 11 May 1950. Folio. Hardcover. One in original glassine dj. 13. "Samples." A Book containing fine illustrations and fine pages from the books to be published by the LEC in its sixth series. Spiral-bound in wrappers. Published for readers of PM. 14. Ten Years and William Shakespeare. A survey of the publishing activities of the LEC from Oct. 1929 to Oct. 1940. Hardcover. 82 pp. 15. Liber Amicorum of Congratulations and Good Will to George Macy on the Occasion of the Twenty-First Anniversary of the LEC.16. 392 issues of the Monthly Letter, 1929-1979.

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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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        2 Aquarellzeichnungen.

      O. O., [um 1929].. Jeweils etwa 115:85 mm.. Nebeneinander auf der Verso-Seite eines an ihn gerichteten ms. Briefes der Galerie Ernst Arnold v. 8. Juni 1929. Die linke der beiden mit Bleistift und Wasserfarben ausgeführten Zeichnungen zeigt einen personifizierten Esel, in dessen Arme sich eine unbekleidete Schöne schmiegt; die rechte zeigt möglicherweise einen Satyr vor einigen Figurinen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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      Hogarth Press , 1929. Hogarth Press , 1929. First trade edition. Original cinnamon cloth with gilt titles on the spine in pictorial Vanessa Bell dustwrapper. A fine copy, with a small ownership name on the front endpaper, in a near fine dustwrapper, which has just one tiny nick from a corner at the base of the spine, but is otherwise beautifully crisp and clean. An extended essay, based on Woolf's lectures at a women's college at Cambridge University in 1928. In it, Woolf addresses her thoughts on "the question of women and fiction," interpreted by Woolf as many questions. In A Room of One's Own, Woolf ponders the significant question of whether or not a woman could produce art of the high quality of Shakespeare. In doing so, she examines women's historical experience as well as the distinctive struggle of the woman artist. "a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is going to write."

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        THE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE The Text of the First Folio with Quarto variants and a selection of modern readings: edited by Herbert Farjeon

      The Nonesuch Press 1929-1933, 19291933. The Nonesuch Press 1929-1933, 19291933. Seven volumes, number 95 of 1600 sets printed on Pannekoek mould-made paper and bound in publisher's full orange Niger morocco with gilt titles to the spine and borders to covers by Bain. Top edge gilt on the rough, others uncut. A near fine set, with a little variation in colour and occasional spotting to covers, both less than is usually encountered. "The Shakespeare represents the chef d'oeuvre of the Nonesuch Press, and is a model of careful proof reading and imaginative setting. The best of ancient and modern conjectural emendations are unobtrusively set in the margin for the benefit of a glancing eye. This is the finest of all editions of our greatest poet" (The Nonesuch Century) "We turn over to the Nonesuch Shakespeare. There you have created a most marvellous pleasure. I have handled it ever so many times, and read The Tempest right through. It satisfies. It is final, like the Kelmscott Chaucer or the Ashendene Virgil. And it is a book which charms one to read slowly, an art which is almost gone from us in these times. Every word which Shakespeare uses stands out glowing. A really great edition. The tact and grace of your editor have been surpassing. I think I like the size and shape and binding almost as much as the text. The paper, too, is just right. Altogether a triumph. One of the best things is that it can be done again. Nobody will ever dare to produce the old type of edition now, while your text stands there to reproach them. It means a permanent improvement in Shakespeares" (T.E. Lawrence letter to David Garnett).

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        The Hairy Ape

      Horace Liveright, New York 1929 - 4to, pp. 114. Original patterned three-quarter boards, lettered in gilt on black spine. Labelled slipcase. Edges uncut. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper, some inevitable darkening at spine, in a near fine slipcase with just a little wear to edges and corners. Nine drawings by Alexander King. Special edition, no. 745 of 775 numbered copies SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. The play was first published in a collected edition in 1922. An easy book to find; a difficult book to find in this condition. Atkinson A20-IV-I. Atkinson A20-IV-I

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        The Seven Dials Mystery

      W Collins & Sons, London 1929 - Black cloth boards with red lettering to front and to spine, a little rubbed, spine faded and with bumped ends. The binding id firm, end and adjacent pages lightly spotted, the remaining pages in good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Anne Godfrey]
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        Le roman du lievre. Illustrations en couleurs de Roger de la Fresnaye.

      Paris, Emile-Paul Freres, 1929.. 3 w. Bl., 3 Bl., 81 S., 1 Bl., 2 w. Bl., mit 12 Farbholzschnitten v. de La Fresnaye. 31,3x24,5 cm. Lose Bogen im OKart., OPgmt.-Mp., OPp.-Schuber.. Monod 6359. Vermutlich eines von den 10 Exemplaren (Gesamtauflage 162) für die Mitarbeiter! Der ursprüngliche Empfängername im Druckvermerk unkenntlich gemacht, ein Name hs. mit blauer Tinte hinzugefügt. -Der feste Schuber angestaubt, an den Pappkanten und die lederbezogene Kanten am Einschub beschabt sowie vereinzelt mit Kratz- und Stoßspuren. Die Prgmt.-Mappe im Leder etwas vergilbt und tlws. mit Spritzfleckchen, eine Ecke leicht gestaucht, der Einschlagklappen des Kartons außen stärker angestaubt und ebenfalls tlws. wasserfleckig und zwei kl. Bucheinrisse repariert. Die Seiten durchwegs sehr sauber, jedoch jede einer Holzschnittillustration gegenüberliegende Seite trotz eines jeweils eingelegten Schutzblattes an dieser Stelle nachgedunkelt. Insgesamt aber ein Sammlerstück! -Sehr selten!!!

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Rolf Peter Brehmer]
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      Hogarth Press / Fountain Press , 1929. Hogarth Press / Fountain Press , 1929. First edition, large paper issue, number 248 of 492 copies SIGNED by the author. Original maroon cloth with gilt titles. A near fine copy, with some fading to the spine and lesser fading to a strip at the top of the boards. An extended essay, based on Woolf's lectures at a women's college at Cambridge University in 1928. In it, Woolf addresses her thoughts on "the question of women and fiction," interpreted by Woolf as many questions. In A Room of One's Own, Woolf ponders the significant question of whether or not a woman could produce art of the high quality of Shakespeare. In doing so, she examines women's historical experience as well as the distinctive struggle of the woman artist. "a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is going to write."

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        Das Organ der Variete-Welt - 22. Jahrgang , Nr. 1053, Berlin, den 26.Januar 1929. Festnummer zum 20 jährigen Jubiläum.

      Berlin NW 6. 1929.. mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und umfangreicher Werbung, 4°. 31,5 x 23,3 cm. unpaginiert, ca.300 Seiten, die Nummer im schlichten Leinenband mit goldgepeägter Deckeltitelei, Hardcover in Leinwand,. In sehr gutem Zustand. ungewöhnlich gut erhalten, wirkt neu und unbenutzt, sehr selten. Das Organ der Varietewelt, Offizielles Fachblatt des Internationalen Variete-Theater-Direktoren-Verbandes E.V., Berlin und seiner Untergruppen: Variete, Kabarett, Kino-Varietes, Tanzpaläste, Revue-und Volksbühnen, Redaktion und Verwaltung: Berlin NW 6, Schiffbauerdamm 15, mit Grußworten von Stresemann, des Reichskanzlers Müller-Franken, des Berliner Oberbürgermeisters und des Ministers des Inneren, mit zahlreichen Vorstellungen von Vergnügungsstätten in ganz Deutschland, vom Zirkus Sarrassani bis zum Groß-Kino Elysium in Berlin, auch der Kristall-Palast in Leipzig ist vertreten.

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        Guia general de Venezuela 1929. (Tomo primero)

      Leipzig, Oskar Brandstetter, 1929.. Neu eingebundener, grüner Buchbinder-Ganz-Leinwandeinband mit aufgezogenem O-Deckel mit verblasstem Titel und Wappen in Golddruck und aufgezogenem O-Leinenrücken mit Titel, einige Seiten u. Karten etw. fleckig. Ohne die ersten unpaginierten 9 Blätter (Titelblatt, dedicacion, prologo und 2 Bilder von Bolivar und Gomez), Seite 1 - 832 Seiten mit 658 fotograbados, 7 croquis de carreteras y 6 dibujos a pluma (658 fotogr. Abbildungen und 6 farbigen, mehrfach gefalteten Karten), 4°.. Primera edicion del primer Guia de Venezuela. "La edicion de 5000 ejemplares ha sido ejecutada por cuenta y orden de su director y editor-propietario F. Benet." El primer tomo abarca los siguentes capitulos y estados: Superficie, Populacion, Posicion, Geografica, Limites, Resumen Historico, Aspecto general, Produccion, Clima Comercio, Division Politica y Territorial. Estado Tachira, Estado Merida, Estado Trujillo, Estado Lara, Estado Falcon, Estado Zulia. Aqui sin los primeros 9 paginas no numerados. El libro empieza con la pagina 1 y termina con la pagina 832 y es asi completo. El tomo contiene 658 fotograbados y siete mapas. Los fotos demuestran paisajes, personajes, objectos de arqueologia, pueblos y ciudades, edificios "modernos" y historicos. Una impresion temprana del occidente de Venezuela. El segundo tomo, que no es parte de esta venta, abarca los estados: Portuguesa, Cojedes, Yaracuy, Carabobo, Aragua, Miranda y el Distrito Federal, aparecio en 1933 en Caracas y fui impreso en Madrid en la imprenta de A. Marzo.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist]
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      1929. Lithografie. Bildgröße 27x25,5cm. Papiergröße 40,5x31 cm. Auf zartem Chinapapier, rechts unten signiert "Heckel". Sauber und wohlerhalten. Linke untere Ecke rückseitig auf weiße Pappe montiert.. Vorliegend No. 73! #M10450

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Carl Wegner]
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        Novalis: Hymnen an die Nacht. [Farb-] Holzschnitte von Karl Lorenz,

      Malente-Gremsmühlen, Turmpresse, 1929,. Exemplar Nr. 9 von insgesamt 25 Exemplaren. ca. 33 x 21 cm, lose ineinanderliegende Bögen, teils Doppelbögen mit 18 von Hand kolorierten Original-Holzschnitten, davon 5 von Lorenz mit Bleistift signiert und mit der Jahreszahl "28" versehen, einige Blätter leicht am Rande bestossen, die Drucke in prächtigen frischen Farben und sattem schwarz. >15. Gastdruck der Turmpresse<. Weitere digitale Fotos gerne auf Anfrage.. Rodenberg II, 542. - Vollmer III, 260. - Eine Mappe in der Staats- und Universitäts-Bibliothek Hamburg (dort ein gebundenes Probe-Exemplar ohne Nummer). - Diese Mappe nicht im Bestand des Lindenau-Museums Altenburg und nicht in der Rifkind-Collection. - Literatur zur Turmpresse: Katalog "Inspiration Mittelalter" Holzschnitte der Hamburgischen Sezession und ihre Vorbilder (2007), Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, Seite 56f. - Karl Lorenz (1888-1961) Hamburger expressionistischer Dichter, Maler und Graphiker; gab 1919-1923 die "Rote Erde" heraus, gründete die Turmpresse in Malente-Gremsmühlen und gab die Drucke der Turmpresse von 1925 bis 1933 heraus.

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        Catalogue of A Loan Exhibition of Old English Plate and Decorations and Orders at 25 Park Lane, London

      London [Philip Sassoon] March 1929. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. Inscription on verso of fep. Teg First Edition Half vellum/ gilt blue cloth 320mm x 250mm (13" x 10"). 110pp, + plates. 81 b/ plates. Catalogue of 15th, 16th, 17th and early 18th century goldsmiths displayed in 1929 at 25, Park Lane, London. Lists 880 items.

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        Kameraden! De wolven der reactie loeren - Alleen een sterke organisatie kan u verdedigen!

      Steendrukkerij de Jong & Com, Hilversum (Druck). (um 1929). 1 Bll. 86 x 59.5 cm. Sehr schönes Plakat. Der rote Riese beschützt die Arbeiter vor den lauernden Wölfen der Reaktion. Faltspuren, etwas fleckig, insgesamt in gutemZustand..

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        Von Material zu Architektur. Bauhausbucher 14

      Munchen, Albert Langen, 1929,. OBr., 244 S., 209 Foto-Abb. 18 x 23. Ohne Hinterseite d. Umschlags. Vorderseite gelöst. Innen tadellos..

      [Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská]
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        Trutz-Nachtigal oder Geistliches Poetisch Lustwäldlein Als noch nie zuvor in Teutscher Sprach auff recht Poetisch gesehen ist Allen geistlichen, gottliebenden Seelen und sonderlich der poetischen Kunst gelehrten Liebhabern zur Erquickung Durch einen Priester der Societet Jesu Anno 1634.

      München, Rupprecht-Presse 1929.. 3 (w) Bll; 4 Bll; 284 S; 3 Bll; 3 (w) Bll. Goldgeprägter Ganzmaroquinband. Im Schuber. (30 x 18 cm) 4°.. Backe S. 206 ff. Rodenberg S. 536,46. "Sechsundvierzigstes Buch der Rupprecht-Presse München / Im Auftrag von Heinrich Beck unter Druckleitung von F. H. Ehmcke im Sommer 1929 in einer Auflage von 150 numerierten Abzügen mit der Hand auf Gedenk-Bütten gedruckt und 1929 ausgegeben Dieser Abzug trägt die Nummer 90". Grobgenarbter, dunkelgrüner Ganzmaroquinband mit breiter Linien-, Stempel- und Bogensatzvergoldung, sowie Blindprägungen auf Rücken und Deckeln. Fileten- und Stempelvergoldung, sowie Blindprägung auf dem Rücken, dort auch Titel und Jahreszahl goldgeprägt. Auf der geglätteten hinteren Innenbordüre "W. Gerlach - Berlin" goldgestempelt. Allseitiger Goldschnitt. Dekorative, die Deckelvergoldung aufgreifende Kanten-, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung. Marmorierte Vorsätze und Innenspiegel. Handumstochene Kapitale, die Häubchen mit Filetenvergoldung. Im gefütterten, ledergefaßten Pappschuber, dieser stark aufgehellt, der Rücken nahezu völlig entfärbt, jetzt in einem gefälligen hellbraunen Lederton. * Wenn Sie Ihre VISA oder EUROCARD/ MASTERCARD zur Zahlung nutzen möchten kontakten Sie uns bitte. *

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        Industrie formt Menschen. Versuch einer Normierung der Industriepädagogik

      Einsiedeln / Waldshut / Köln am Rhein / Straßburg, Verlagsanstalt Benziger&Co A.-G., 1929. First Edition. Vollständige Ausgabe in aufwendigem Handeinband der Zeit (rotbraunes Maroquin-Ganzleder / GLdr gr.8vo im Format 16 x 23,5 cm) mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung und goldgeprägter Liniendekoration des gesamten Einbands, Kopfgoldschnitt, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung der Deckel, handgestochenem Kopfband und Lederhäubchen, 276 Seiten. Erstausgabe, EA, erste Auflage in sehr guter Erhaltung (Vorsätze minimal stockfleckig, sonst gut). - Eindrucksvoller Luxuseinband/Meistereinband des Art Deco. - "Warum handgebunden? - Die wesentlichsten Vorzüge des guten Handbandes sind: Die einzelnen Druckbögen werden mit der Hand nach dem Schriftspiegel gefalzt. Die Bogenränder werden dadurch zwar ungleich, aber das Satzbild steht gerade. Um infolge der ungleichen Ränder ein späteres zu starkes Beschneiden mit der Maschine zu vermeiden, werden die Bogen einzeln, vorne und unten, mit der Pappschere auf ein Mittelmaß rauh beschnitten. Dadurch wird der Druckrand weitestgehend geschont. Als erste und letzte Lage wird dem Buche zum Schutze eine leere Papierlage hinzugefügt, welche mit einem feinen Leinen- oder echten Japanpapierfalz versehen ist. Geheftet wird der Handband nach sorgfältiger Auswahl des Heftzwirnes auf echten erhabenen oder aufgedrehten flachen Bünden und auf Pergamentriemchen (welche beim Pergamentbande durch den Rücken gezogen werden). Bei Dünndruckpapier werden die Lagen zum Heften leicht vorgeritzt. Ein Einsägen oder gar Einraspeln der Bünde findet nicht statt. Oben wird das Buch beschnitten und erhält nicht nur der Schönheit willen Goldschnitt, sondern diese feine Metallschicht schützt vielmehr die dem Lichte und Staub am meisten ausgesetzte Schnittfläche vor deren schädlichen Einflüssen. Die Deckel werden in einem tiefen Falz angesetzt, mit den Bünden nach außen. Ein Herausreißen aus der Decke ist somit nur unter Zuhilfenahme von Werkzeug möglich. Zum Kapital wird kein schlappes maschinengewebtes Bändchen verwendet, sondern das Kapital wird von Hand mit dem Buchblock umstochen, gibt dadurch dem Rücken einen festen Abschluß und bietet zugleich dem späteren Ledereinschlag ("Häubchen") die Unterlage. Als Einbandmaterial kommen sumachgares, lichtechtes Saffian, Kalbleder, vereinzelt auch Rindsleder, ferner naturelles und weißes Schweinsleder sowie Kalbspergament zur Verwendung. Ein mit der Hand hergestelltes, dazupassendes Überzugpapier sowie Handvergoldung oder Blinddruck am Rücken ergänzen das Werk nach außen. Ein solcher Einband entspricht allen Anforderungen, die an einen Gebrauchsband gestellt werden können." Aus einem alten Prospekt von Richard Hönn, ehemals Handbinderei des Verlages Albert Langen, Werkstatt für feine Buchbinder- und Lederarbeiten in München, Dienerstrasse 14.

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        Red Harvest

      Alfred A. Knopf 1929 - The first of Hammett's novels. Solidly preserved in sturdy brick red cloth covers with iconic yellow crossbones on front. Soundly bound with most of pages still stiff and unopened. Signature on front endpage with some ink offset drops on facing pastedown. Half-title has some fingerprint smudges. Rear endpapers with small foxspots. Covers are structurally good overall with the following assorted cosmetic flaws: the lower front corner has sunfaded in a large semi-circle. The cover cloth is in good condition so the fabric could be re-dyed and restored in that area. Top front has some remnants of paper adhesive, perhaps from a price sticker, and there is a 1/4" ink line at spine gutter. Spine pattern design and lettering are clear, with a small area of lightening at upper spine. Spine ends have some mild fraying. Not a perfect specimen, but a decent copy of a highly collectible American mystery classic. Only 3,000 copies were originally printed. Benefits the Friends of the Albany, CA library. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Poor Clares in Ireland. (A.D. 1629-1929).

      Dublin, M.H. Gill and Son, 1929.. 19cm x 12.5cm. xxxv, 181 pages. Original Hardcover with original dustjacket. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. The dustjacket with parts misisng. Extremely rare, even rarer in original dustwrapper.. Includes for Example: The Annalists of the Poor Clares/ A Galway Poor Clare/ Her Exile in Spain/ Her Irish Writings/ Father Joannes a San Antonio's List/ Evidence in proof of Mother Mary Bonaventure Browne- Seventeenth Century Galway/ Galway During the Confederation of Kilkenny/ Sister Mary Josephina White/ Help given her by Edward O'Reilly, the Irish Scholar and Lexicographer/ Researches of the Very Rev. Brendan Jennings, O.F.M./ Annals of the Poor Clares, Newry, Keady and Kenmare/ Narratives of Foundations of Poor Clares Colettines in Graigue-Cullen and Cork/ Irish Nuns in Penal Days/ The Five Foundresses/ The House at Dunkirk/ Monastery of the English Poor Clares at Gravelines/ Work of Mary Ward/ Austerity of the Rule Followed/ Sickness and Death/ Location of first Monastery of the Poor Clares in Dublin?/ Raids on Mass Houses/ Demolition of the Religious Houses ordered by the English Privy Council/ Respite for the Poor Clares/ Poor Clares arrested and brought before the Council/ Lord Cork's Account/ Fidelity of the Novices/ A Monastery built for them on the Dillon Estate near Athlone/ Postulants flock to "Bethlehem"/ Sister Catherine Francis Browne/ Sister Mary Gabriel Martyn/ Sisters Catherine Bernard and Mary Bonaventure Brown/ Lady Wentworth and the Duchess of Buckingham/ Brother Michael O'Clery/ Franciscan Tertiaries in Drogheda/ Lord Cork/ Outbreak of Civil War/ Foundation of House of Poor Clares in Galway/ Puritan "Black and Tans" sack and pillage the deserted convent/ Sisters find refuge in Wexford and Athlone/ Scarampi and Rinuccini/ Abbess Mary Gabriel Martyn/ Abbess Clare Anthony Kennedy/ Duald Mac Dirbisigh's Work for her Community/ Sister Appolonia Connor/ Grant from Galway Corporation of Island Altanagh in the Corrib/ Abbess Catherine Bernard Browne/ The Cromwellian Conquest/ Galway the last Stronghold of the Irish/ Arrival of Envoys from the Duke of Lorraine/ The map of 1651/ Poor Clares forced to take ship for Spain with the departing 'swordsmen'/ Help provided by King Philip IV/ Death of Mother Cicely Francis Dillon/ Death of Mother Margaret Evangelist Moore/ Sister Cicely Burke/ Sister Ellis Font/ The Convent in Market Street, Galway/ The Poor Clares in Dublin/ Mother Augustine Lynch/ Mrs. Kirwan and Mrs. Daly Arrested/ Judge Caulfiel/ Abbess French/ The celebrated Mrs. Delaney/ Rev. Dr. John Murphy/ Russell's Court Community remove to Drumcondra Lane (now Dorset Street)/ How Irish Girls were educated during the Penal Days/ Hardwicke Street Chapel/ Mr. Denis O'Brien of Mountjoy Square and his family/ Miss Maria O'Brien's interest in the Dorset Street Community/ Rev. Michael P. Kinsella, O.S.F.C./ Rev. Frances Lennan, P.P./ A walk with Mr. Corballis/ The Founding of the Harold's Cross Orphanage/ Dorset Street/ The Poor Clares in Newry/ The Orphanage in North William Street/ First Convent North of the Boyne since the Reformation/ The Gilmer Bequest/ Modest financial provisions for foundation/ Sister Mary Patrick Rice, first Nun professed North of the Boyne since the 'Reformation'/ The Convent stoned/ St. Clares, Newry/ The Miraculous Medal/ A Lending Library/ Work for the Poor/ The Christmas Crib/ Work for Catholic Literature/ Father Alexander Henry's Gifts/ Free Breakfasts/ 'A Treasure from Rome'/ Death of Abbess Mary Michael Treacy/ Abbess Mary Augustine Lanigan/ Abbess Mary Michael O'Hagan/ Abbess mary Stanislaus Fottress/ Abbess Mary Agnes O'Brien/ Most Rev. Dr. Browne of Kilmore asks for a Foundation at Cavan/ Foundresses of St. Joseph's Abbey, Cavan/ Foundation of Poor Clares at Ballyjamesduff/ Most Rev. Dr. Moriarty of Kerry visits Saint Clares, Newry/ Very Rev. Dr. O'Sullivan's 'Dream Convent'/ How dreams sometimes come true/ The Foundresses of the Poor Clares, Kenmare/ Early days in 'Rose Cottage'/ Strange experience of Miss Marianne MacGlone/ How the prophecy was fulfilled/ Early Days in Keady/ Foundation of Irish Poor Clares at Waverley, near Sydney, Australia/ A Branch House from Newry at Mayobridge/ The Poor Clares Colettines of Carlow Graigue/ Another seedling from St. Clare's vineyard planted on Irish soil/ Mere Dominique Berlamont and her 'Colettines'/ Mother Abbess Seraphine Bowe leads a colony from Levenshulme, Manchester, to found at Graigue-Cullen/ A knightly Irish lad/ Great-hearted generosity of the late Michael Governey and their gifts- new Convent built/ The Feast of St. Magdalene, 1900/ Perpetual Adoration established/ Foundation at Donnybrook/ St. Damien's Donnybrook sends forth a colony to found at Belfast/ Behind the Grille/ The Poor Clares Colettines in Cork/ A true daughter of Mother Mary Bonaventure Browne/ What the Poor Clares have done for Ireland/ Walter Dwyer of Cork/ Arrival of Sisters from Graigue-Cullen/ The first Postulants sent by St. Brigid/ The Life of a Poor Clare Colettine/ A Poor Clare's Garden/ Ireland 'good soil for the Rule of Seraphic Poverty'/ The 'Boys' on hunger strike/ The Magnum Opus of the Nuns/ The Divine Office a part of the living life of the Sisters/ The Franciscan Spirit/ Ceremonies/ The 'Clothing' of a Poor Clare/ Her 'Simple Profession'/ Her 'Solemn Profession'/ Consecration of the Cemetery/ It first occupant 'Rooted in the soil of Cork' etc.

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        Writings of Mark Twain, The

      , 1929. 1929. The Stormfield EditionTWAIN, Mark. The Writings of Mark Twain. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929.Stormfield Edition. Limited to 1,024 numbered sets. Thirty-seven octavo volumes (8 5/8 x 5 1/2 in; 219 x 142 mm). Title-pages printed in red and black. Photogravure frontispieces and plates (including portraits) after drawings, paintings, etc. by E.W. Kemble, Howard Pyle, Dan Beard, W.H.W. Bicknell, P. Newell, J.Allen St. John, A.B. Frost, and others.Original dark blue fine-bead cloth, gilt triple-rule border with the gilt stencil signature of Mark Twain on the front cover. Spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut. A near fine set.The Stormfield edition of the Writings of Mark Twain, published in 1929, is identical in every way (with the exception of Twain&#39;s signature) to the Definitive Edition which had been published by Gabriel Wells in 1922. Even the limitation of these two sets were the same, both being limited to 1,024 numbered copies. The only difference between the two editions was the addition of an inserted &#39;signed leaf&#39; in the first volume of the Definitive edition. Twain had signed these leaves in 1906 in anticipation of the edition but died but died twelve years before it&#39;s publication in 1922. In fact the full cloth binding on the Stormfield edition is certainly superior to the quarter blue cloth over paper boards of the Definitive edition.The &#39;Stormfield&#39; edition was named after Mark Twain&#39;s final home "The Clemens family was itinerant from 1891 until well after Olivia&#39;s death in 1904, trying out a number of houses, none of which they found ultimately congenial. Fully out of debt, Clemens decided toward the end of his life to try and recover the feeling of stability that the Hartford home represented by building another house, this time in Redding, Connecticut, where he had purchased nearly 250 acres of land in 1906. In 1907, he commissioned John Mead Howells, son of William Dean Howells, to design the house, and allowed, or perhaps even encouraged, daughter Clara to participate in planning and overseeing construction. Built on the money he earned on "Extract from Captain Stormfield&#39;s Visit to Heaven," he named the house "Stormfield" and lived there until his death in 1910. Clara sold the house many years after her father&#39;s death. When the house burned down, it&#39;s owners built a near replica, which remains in private hands." (Gregg Camfield. The Oxford Comapnion to Mark Twain, p. 267).

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        Vicar of Wakefield, The

      , [1929] [1929]. First American Deluxe Edition[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. GOLDSMITH, Oliver. The Vicar of Wakefield. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Philadelphia: David McKay Company, n.d. [1929]. First American edition, deluxe issue, limited to 775 copies (575 for England and 200 for the United States) signed by Arthur Rackham, this being copy no. 120. Quarto (10 5/16 x 7 3/4 in; 263 x 197 mm). Twelve full page color plates, twenty-two black and white line drawings. Publisher's white vellum with gilt-ruled borders and lettering. Pictorial endpapers. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Partially unopened. A fine copy. Housed in a cloth slipcase."In the England of jazz and Noel Coward the whimsical and fantastic had grown increasingly out of fashion. With The Vicar of Wakefield of 1929... Rackham played it safe by turning to historical costume... in which he had long been supremely accomplished and successful" (Hudson, p. 126)."The Vicar of Wakefield is a novel by Irish writer Oliver Goldsmith. It was written in 1761 and 1762, and published in 1766, and was one of the most popular and widely read 18th-century novels among Victorians. The novel is mentioned in George Eliot's Middlemarch, Jane Austen's Emma, Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities and David Copperfield, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Sarah Grand's The Heavenly Twins, Charlotte Brontë's The Professor and Villette, Louisa May Alcott's Little Women and in Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's The Sorrows of Young Werther, as well as his Dichtung und Wahrheit." (Wikipedia).Hudson, p. 171. Latimore and Haskell, p. 65. Riall, p. 170.

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      London: John Lane, The Bodley Head,, 1929. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head,, 1929. Octavo. Original light tan cloth, titles to spine and upper board in blue. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled and toned, a little spotting and toning to endpapers, lower edges dulled. A very good copy in the rubbed and nicked jacket with a minor crease to the upper panel, some faint spotting to the spine panel, and a short closed tear repaired with tape to the verso. First UK edition, first impression, originally published in the US the previous year. This novel of the First World War follows the adventures of a squad of eight Americans, and was based on the author&#39;s own experience with the 111th Infantry during 1918.

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        The Purple Land. Being the Narrative of one Richard Lamb's Adventures in the Banda Orientál, in South America, as told by Himself. Illustrated by Keith Henderson.

      London: Duckworth, 1929 - Octavo (213 × 131 mm). Mid 20th-century burgundy calf by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, spine elaborately gilt in compartments, green morocco labels, boards panelled in gilt and blind and blocked in a chequered pattern, marbled endpapers, turn-ins and all edges gilt. Spine and edges of boards faded, slight wear to tips. An excellent copy. Wood engraved frontispiece and illustrations throughout the text by Keith Henderson. First illustrated edition. A handsomely bound copy.

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        Lyrics and Satires from Tom Moore selected by Sean O Faolain. Limited edition. Cuala Press

      Dublin Cuala Press 1929. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. Clear protective wrap. Pages uncut. Small tear to top of one page Limited Edition [43/130] Blue/black/gold patterned cloth cover 220mm x 150mm (9" x 6"). [10pp], 52pp. 5 designs by Hilda Roberts.

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        Lyrics and Satires from Tom Moore selected by Seán Ó Faoláin. Limited edition. Cuala Press

      Cuala Press, Dublin 1929 - [10pp], 52pp. 5 designs by Hilda Roberts. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. Clear protective wrap. Pages uncut. Small tear to top of one page Blue/black/gold patterned cloth cover [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Weihnachtsverkauf Occasion. Ab 18. Nov. Wien I. Kärtner Str. 41 v 32.

      Wien, 1929.. Orig. Werbekarte [15,3 x 12,1 cm].. Mit der gedruckten Signatur "Likarz". - Karte ist gelaufen. Winzige Randläsur. Schönes Exemplar.

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        Odyssey of Homer, The

      , 1929. 1929. Signed By The ArtistWith the Extra Suite of Color Plates[WYETH, N.C., illustrator]. [PALMER, George Herbert, translator]. HOMER. The Odyssey of Homer. Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin Company, The Riverside Press, 1929. Limited to 550 copies numbered and signed by the artist and translator, this being copy no. 458 complete with the extra suite of sixteen color plates in the original manilla envelope. Tall octavo (10 3/8 x 7 3/8 in; 263 x 187 mm). xxviii, [2], 314 pp. Sixteen full color tipped-in plates (including frontispiece) with captioned tissue guards, one full-page black and white "final sketch," one facsimile letter. Quarter off-white pigskin over teal linen with gilt-stamped central illustration, black spine label with gilt lettering. Pictorial endpapers. A bit of foxing to top edge, otherwise a tight, internally and externally clean and near fine copy."Newell Convers Wyeth was born on October 22, 1882, in Needham, Massachusetts. Growing up on a farm, he developed a deep love of nature. His mother, the daughter of Swiss immigrants, encouraged his early artistic inclinations in the face of opposition from his father, a descendant of the first Wyeth to arrive in the New World in the mid-17th century... On the advice of two friends, artists Clifford Ashley and Henry Peck, Wyeth decided to travel to Wilmington, Delaware, in October 1902, to join the Howard Pyle School of Art... Following Pyle&#39;s maxim to paint only from experience, Wyeth made three trips between 1904 and 1906 to the American West. He spent much of these trips simply absorbing the Western experience which allowed him to paint images that would place him among the top illustrators of his day. By 1907, Wyeth was heralded in Outing Magazine as "one of our greatest, if not our greatest, painter of American outdoor life." His pictures had appeared in many of the most popular magazines of the period, such as Century, Harper&#39;s Monthly, Ladies&#39; Home Journal, McClure&#39;s, Outing, and Scribner&#39;s..."In 1911, the publishing house of Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons engaged Wyeth to illustrate Robert Louis Stevenson&#39;s Treasure Island, his first commission in Scribner&#39;s popular series of classic stories... The success of Treasure Island insured Wyeth a long career with Scribner&#39;s, illustrating in succeeding years many classic stories. Among the most famous titles are Kidnapped (1913), The Black Arrow (1916), The Boy&#39;s King Arthur (1917), The Mysterious Island (1918), The Last of the Mohicans (1919), The Deerslayer (1925), and The Yearling (1939). He also created illustrations for other publishers, for books such as Robin Hood (Philadelphia: David McKay, 1917); Robinson Crusoe (New York: Cosmopolitan, 1920); Rip Van Winkle (Philadelphia: David McKay, 1921); The Odyssey of Homer (Houghton-Mifflin, 1929); Men of Concord (Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1936); and Trending Into Maine (Boston: Little, Brown, 1938)..."Despite his fame as an illustrator, Wyeth yearned to be known as a painter. The distinction between painting and illustration was an important one, with illustration carrying a pejorative connotation that Wyeth felt keenly all his life" (N.C. Wyeth website)."The Odyssey commission allowed Wyeth to engage his fullest imaginative powers: he was unfettered, in a sense, by facts. In this, he joins the ranks of artists who have found in Homer&#146;s fantastic Odyssey an easel for their most fantasticimpulses. After an exhibit in Wilmington in 1930, Wyeth declared that his Odyssey paintings were his finest in 25 years as an illustrator but a popular and even scholarly penchant for pigeonholing Wyeth as an artist of the American West has resulted in the almost complete neglect of his work on Homer. In the Odyssey illustrations, Wyeth is at leisure to be both playful and incredibly learned; his illustrations tap into tropes of canonical European art while innovating some startlingly &#39;American&#39; reimaginings of the Odyssey narrative. Obviously, Wyeth&#146;s illustrations of The Deerslayer andTreasure Island will remain canonical, in part because of their meticulous recreation of both material data and the narrative details. Homer&#146;s fantastic world, however, offered Wyeth a chance to illustrate in a more whimsical vein, bothtying the Odyssey to established patterns of European iconography while gesturing towards contemporary developments in American art" (Jenkins, Between Worlds Old and New: N.C. Wyeth&#146;s Odyssey illustrations).Allen & Allen, p. 213.

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        Noisy Nora

      Jonathan Cape, 1929. Jonathan Cape, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Hugh Lofting. Very scarce Lofting in 1929 Cape First Edition. All text pages are in VG or better condition, except title page which carries some very small brown stains/spotting, some very minor (barely discernible) foxing on front and rear endpapers, and some light brown stains (not foxing) on pp. 58-59. All colour illustrations clear and bright. Spine is slightly sun-faded, but all type on spine and covers is crisp. Foxing to rear cover, some grubbiness on front cover. Evenm with these above-mentioned flaws, this remains overall a very presentable copy (without DJ) of a very scarce title. Size: Small Octavo. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Edges browned slightly. Covers are grubby in spots but otherwise in sound condition. Illustrator: Hugh Lofting. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Children; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 9128. .

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        Das Eingeborenenrecht. Sitten und Gewohnheitsrechte der Eingeborenen der ehemaligen deutschen Kolonien in Afrika und in der Südsee. 2 Bände (von 2). Band 1: Ostafrika. Mit 2 Porträts, 19 Abbildungen auf Tafeln und 2 Kartenskizzen. Band 2: Togo, Kamerun, Südwestafrika, Die Südseekolonien. Mit 16 Abbildungen auf Tafeln und 5 Kartenskizzen.

      Stuttgart, Strecker und Schröder, 1929 / 1930.. Das Eingeborenenrecht. Sitten und Gewohnheitsrechte der Eingeborenen der ehemaligen deutschen Kolonien in Afrika und in der Südsee, hrsg. von E. Schultz-Ewerth und L. Adam. Band 1: Ostafrika. Band 2: Togo, Kamerun, Südwestafrika, Die Südseekolonien. Schwarze Original-Pappeinbände mit goldgeprägtem Deckel- und Rückentitel, 4°, VIII, 379 Seiten, VIII, 728 Seiten, kleiner Museumsstempel verso Titel auf Band 1, sehr schöne, absolut saubere Exemplare..

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      New York: Doubleday Doran, 1929. New York: Doubleday Doran, 1929 Beston, Henry. THE OUTERMOST HOUSE. A Year Of Life On The Great Beach Of Cape Cod. Signed. New York: Doubleday Doran, 1929. First Edition, Early Impression [The first was in 1928], very neatly Inscribed by Henry Beston on the front free endpaper. "For Miss Decker, with the author&#39;s homage and ever-grateful recognition of her skill and kindness, Henry Beston, July 5th, 1930". Additionally with a lovely Christmas Poem by Elizabeth Coatsworth, Sea-Gulls Over Bethlehem, printed on 1 accordian folded sheet, Inscribed to Miss Decker and Signed, "From the Bestons and little Meg". A very good copy in blue cloth, (light off-setting to the front and rear pastedown, minor indentations to the front board), gilt titles, (the spine faded as is usual). Illustrated with 31 original photographs by William A. Bradford, A.C. Bent, G.A. Whiting, D.B. MacMillan and others. 8vo. 222 pp. A very nice example of Henry Beston&#39;s now classic observations of Cape Cod in the tradition of Henry David Thoreau. An uncommon find inscribed.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition, Early Printing.

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        Between the Flags. The Recollections of a Gentleman Rider. Illustrated by Edward S. Voss and from Photographs.

      New York, The Derrydale Press, 1929.. X, (4), 313, (3) pp. Illustrated throughout. Original giltstamped red cloth. In custom-made half calf slipcase with giltstamped spine.. First edition; one of 850 unnumbered copies. - The Derrydale Press was founded by Eugene V. Connett, III, after his family's beaver hat-making company was liquidated in 1925. He soon became an expert printer, and produced his first publication, Magic Hours, the first book to bear The Derrydale Press imprint (estimate: 20,000-30,000). For the next fourteen years, The Derrydale Press would publish 169 titles, most in limited editions, written by the best sporting authors and illustrated by the best sporting artists of the day. With the outset of World War II, Connett was forced to close the business due to the unavailability of quality materials during wartime and the firm's increasing debts. - Frazier P1a. Siegel 21.

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        Acta phytogeographica Suecica 1-86. Edidit Svenska Växtgeografiska sällskapet.

      Uppsala 1929-2003. Komplett svit bundna i uniforma grå klotband. Dessutom ingår Svenska Växtgeografiska sällskapets handlingar 1-10, 1923-26 i tre volymer bundna på samma sätt. (Acta Phytogeographica Suecica.). Bilden återger tre volymer i sviten

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        Huit jours à Séville *

      Emile-Paul Frères, Paris 2.3.1929. - Relié demi cuir rouge, dos à nerfs, titre doré, signet, couverture bicolore décorée et dos conservés. Lithographie originale de Maurice Barraud en frontispice, tirée par R.Coulouma d'Argenteuil. L'espagnole au buste dénudé au balcon semble figurer en double exemplaire dans les deux premiers papiers, bien que, n'en ayant retrouvé qu'un du premier et deux du deuxième, il nous soit difficile de l'affirmer. Le format des Hollande est réimposé, en hauteur comme en largeur, d'un petit centimètre.[Cailler & Darel 159, 160; Gindrat 12] Édition originale. L'un des 100 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande, outre 50 Japon et 1'500 Vélin Lafuma.

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        The Dain Curse

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1929. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1929 First edition, first printing of the author&#39;s second novel. Bound in the publisher&#39;s yellow cloth, with a skull and crossbones image stamped in red to the front board, red and black stamped decorations to the spine. A very good or better copy, with some light wear to the extremities, a hint of toning to the spine, light scuffing to the boards, bright and fresh pages. Overall, a clean and attractive copy. The Dain Curse was originally published serially in four installments in the pulp magazine Black Mask from November 1928 - February 1929. Like its predecessor Red Harvest, The Dain Curse features the protagonist the Continental Op, an operative of the Continental Detective Agency&#39;s San Francisco office. The Continental Op is regarded as one of the earliest archetypal hard-boiled detective characters, similar to Hammett&#39;s later character Sam Spade and Raymond Chandler&#39;s Philip Marlowe. The Op is a short middle-aged man, who has few interests or activities outside of his job, a trait which is emphasized by Hammett&#39;s omission of the character&#39;s name. The Dain Curse is structured in three parts, each of which represents a different mystery surrounding the fictional Dain family: "The Dains," "The Temple," and "Quesada." The Dain Curse was adapted into a CBS television miniseries in 1978.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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