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      New York, 1930. [2]pp. on a single. octavo sheet of stationery. Old fold lines, minor wear. Near fine. Noted art collector and Winslow Homer patron Thomas B. Clarke writes to Mr. [Mantle] Fielding on artistic business matters, discussing the current values of American art, etc. In part: "...Mr. Cochran (of J.P. Morgan & Co. has given several more American paintings to Andover Academy, among them 'Eight Bells' by Winslow Homer. In the 'Nineties' Homer asked me to come to his studio...on Washington Square. I went there and he said 'Clarke here is a picture that I have just finished working on, and I have named it 'Eightbells.' I said 'Mr. Homer will you sell it to me?' He replied 'Yes, and I will accept $400 from you.' In 1899... it fetched over $4000.... Levy sold 'Eight Bells' later to one of his clients.... This buyer 'parted with it' very recently for the Andover collection for the sum of seventy thousand dollars! Some commentators upon this sale say that this price was low! The rapid advances of certain works of art by American painters seems very remarkable to me.... My inclination for the selection of oil portraits from life was manifest in the sale of my collection, and at the end of the sale I started to accumulate the paintings now hanging in the Museum in Fairmount Park Phila. and in my residence here (there are 171 in all - I feel like hiding!). ... You and I have known of marvellous increases in the values of portraits of Washington by Stuart, Peale and others. Copley, Trumbull, Sully et al also lead in the great advances. In coming years will portraits by these men mount in value? I feel such a situation is absolutely certain...." Thomas Benedict Clarke (1848-1931), American patron and art collector, is considered by many to be the foremost patron of American painters during the late 1800s. He was praised for his attention to American artists at a time when they considered themselves neglected or ignored. Mantle Fielding is remembered today for his works on portraits of Washington.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Principles of Clothing Selection [ Early 1930s College Course Project from Columbia University Teachers College Student ]

      Very Good. Ephemera. Over 80 loose sheets of manuscript entries illustrating the principles of women's clothing selection using magazine illustrations, cloth swatches, and hand-drawn color sketches. The project appears to be based on the textbooks Principles of Clothing Selection (1930) and Clothing for Women (1929). Home economics and fashion appeared in college curricula after World War I when more women moved into the workforce in professional roles and wardrobe needs changed. The sheets are contained in a worn envelope marked with the name of Hazel Stine, who received a B. S. In Education and Practical Arts from Columbia in 1933. Her observations on style show her preferences (or those of her professors) : "Trim and in quite good taste are the clothes worn by the conservative type." Ms. Stine's project also contains a candid self-assessment: "Weight--174 (much over-weight) ," a sketch of her body from head to toe, a listing of her "Bad Points", and a "Score Card for Personal Appearance." Her color drawings illustrating outfits she would choose for herself appear on two sheets. She received an A- for her effort. ; 14 1/2" x 9" .

      [Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA ]
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        Lex - Die Tänzerin Maja Lex.

      Ca. 1930. - ?Silbergelatineabzüge auf Barrytpapier als Postkartendruck. Je 14:9 cm. Alle vorderseitig im Druck bezeichnet. Genaue Zustandsbeschreibung auf Anfrage.

      [Bookseller: M + R Fricke]
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        Keystone View Company boxed sets of stereoviews (600+ Stereographs in 8 boxes)

      Underwood & Underwood 1930 - 6 volume set (12 volumes bound as 6 + 2 additional boxes). Stereoview boxes bound in navy cloth with gold lettering and stamping. Also includes telebinocular viewer box + light. Includes an additional stereoview box with approximately 25 additional cards primarily on Egypt and the Middle East. Some wear to stereoview boxes, with part of the cloth stained/discolored. Stereographs themselves are in excellent condition. Stereoviews circa. 1892-1933. Approximately 600 stereographs. Card dimensions: 9 x 18 cm. "Keystone's "Tour of the World" set of stereo images includes scenes of England, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and other European countries, the Balkans, Scandinavia, Asia and the Pacific islands, Australia and New Zealand, Africa and the Middle East, Palestine, Canada, the United States, Mexico and Central and South America. Among the things portrayed are physical features, flora and fauna, cities and buildings, industrial and historic sites, and people. The backs of the stereographs contain information about the images along with references to history and occasionally poetry. Some references are made to World War I, a geyser that spouted in Yellowstone in 1928, the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and other milestones that help to date the images but many are undated." - Briscoe Center for American History, Univerity of Texas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sequitur Books]
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        21 Dzeja. Cikls. [21 Poems. Cycle.]

      Tagadne, Riga 1930 - Cover designed by Eriks Kalis. First edition. In publisher's illustrated wrappers, printed in dark orange and black. 56, (8) p. Striking constructivist cover by Eriks Kalis. Cover design by Eriks Kalis (K?lis; 1904-1939) the Latvian graphic designer and scenographer, a member of the avant-garde Riga Artist Group. "[.] K?lis's design for [?] Vilips's poems, 21 dzeja [21 poems], draws on the Constructivist geometry and typography favored by Lissitzky in his Berlin books and by Kassák's own graphic programs from the early 1920s." (Davis, 2007) Pavils Vilips (P?vils V?lips; 1901-1979) was an expressionist Latvian poet, essayist, and translator, with the aspects of contemporary urban life in the focus is his art. Bibl.: Davis, R. H.; Kasinec E.: Graphic Modernism from the Baltic to the Balkans, 1910-1935. The New York Public Library, 2007.). Cover very slightly chipped, with moderate brown stains at extremities. Prices in ink on rear cover. Pages somewhat yellowed due to aging. Overall in fine condition. In publisher's illustrated wrappers, printed in dark orange and black [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Földvári Books]
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        THE WORLD IN THE AIR. The Story of Flying in Pictures. Volume one only containing all autographs. Limited edition signed by eight pioneers of aviation history.

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1930. The first and most important volume only of a two volume set. Lacking Volume II. Number 155 of 500 printed on Ragleaf all rag paper, and signed by the author and the publisher. Also signed by: Henri Farman who made the First Kilometer Flight by Aeroplane in Europe (1908); Louis Bleriot who made the world's first cross-country airplane flight (1908) and the First Airplane Flight Across the English Channel (1909); Glenn Curtiss who made the first public flight in America (1908); A. Whitten Brown co-commander of the First Non-Stop Airplane Flight across the Atlantic Ocean (1919); G. Herbert Scott Commander of the First Transatlantic Voyage in an Airship (1919); Hugo Eckener Commander of the "Graf Zeppelin" during the first flight from Germany to America (1928) and the first airship flight around the world (1929); and Claude Dornier the German designer and builder of multi-engined aircraft. Vellum-style parchment spines and corners with minor wear and minor soiling, with light purple with dark purple and gold-veined hand-made paper-covered boards. The spine label is present but with chipping to the top edge. The text is clean and unmarked. . Signed. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Quarto (4to).

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        Capital of Japan. Reconstruction Work 1930

      Tokyo Municipal office 1930 - Original cloth, 58 black and white photos, 7 color maps, gilt text and design on boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Far Eastern Booksellers / Kyokuto Shoten]
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      San Francisco: 1930. Pencil drawing. 17.5 x 11.75 inches. Annotated S.P. ind no. 271. Signed and dated.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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      William Morrow: New York, 1930. Tan cloth lettered in red, black on white illustrated page edges, black top page edges. pp [14], 269, [5]. Yellowing and slight foxing to page edges, else fine. The striking yellow, black & red non-pictorial Art Deco jacket (by Wenck) has tiny chips to head of very lightly darkened spine; small narrow rubbed spot to rear spine fold; tiny chips to lower edge of front panel and outer corners; yellow rear panel has a 1 cm tear at bottom, minor dust soiling; else fine. First published earlier in 1930 by a small British publisher; Morrow having previously rejected the manuscript, ended up reprinting it a few times. This powerful tale is the most important Canadian World War I novel and no doubt one of the top ten WWI novels. Harrison was born in Philadelphia and by age sixteen was working for The Montreal Star. He enlisted with the Royal Montreal Regiment and was a machine-gunner in Belgium and France, wounded at Amiens in 1918, after which he returned to Montreal for a while before moving on to New York. The novel was praised by Ford Madox Ford, and in its partial appearance in magazines, including German ones, may have influenced Remarque in the writing of ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT. "The story of the looting of Arras by Canadian troops and their conflict with the English Military Police is told for the first time. But piquant as are these and many other revelations of the realities of war in and behind the lines, the real quality of the work lies in the exquisite, and withal unselfconsciousness, expression of the beauty and graciousness of human relationships, however startling and unorthodox, amid the foulness and brutality of that inferno." - jacket flap. See the two columns about Harrison in Toye, Oxford Companion to CanLit. Now quite scarce on the market in any sort of dust jacket. This is a lovely copy, by far the best I have ever seen, very scarce indeed in this condition. Binding: Hardcover. .

      [Bookseller: Steven Temple Books]
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        Soldiers' Pay [Dennis Wheatley's copy]

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine-/Near Fine+. First Impression (no further printings noted), one of only 2000 copies of the author's first title published in the United Kingdom, with preface by Richard Hughes (who wrote "A High Wind in Jamaica" and, incidentally, helped launch Faulkner in England). 8vo: xii,326,[6, including four pages of publisher's advertisements]pp. Publisher's coarsely woven aquamarine cloth, spine lettered in gilt, top edge stained aquamarine, bottom edge uncut; cream-colored dust dust jacket printed in red and black, priced 7s/6d. Dennis Wheatley's copy, with his bookplate on front paste down. Top edge spotted, others lightly browned, otherwise about Fine, square and tight, in better than Near Fine jacket, the spine dust-soiled and a bit darkened, edges lightly rubbed and nicked. Petersen A2.14. In 1925, Faulkner moved to New Orleans where he joined a literary circle centered on Sherwood Anderson and was introduced to the modernist innovations of T. S. Eliot and James Joyce. His interest in experimental writing was piqued, and he began a novel, his first, Soldier's Pay, portraying the tragic homecoming of a wounded war hero. Though set in Georgia, it was, nonetheless, a kind of rehearsal for the later Mississippi novels, full of despair and "mythic motifs of impotence and futile love." (The Literary Encyclopedia) Wheatley's stylish thrillers and occult novels made him one of the world's best-selling writers from the 1930s through the 1960s. His Gregory Sallust series was a key inspirations for Ian Fleming's James Bond stories. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

      [Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd]
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        Gefesselter Blick. 25 kurze Monografien und Beiträge über die neue Werbegestaltung. Mit Unterstützung des "Ringes der Werbegestalter des Schweizer Werkbundes" u.a. herausgegeben und mit einer Einleitung versehen von Heinz und Bodo Rasch. 140 Abbildungen. Stuttgart. Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Dr. Zaugg & Co. 1930. 26 x 21,5 cm. 111 Seiten. Originalleinenband mit Vorderdeckel aus transparentem Zelluloid.

      Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Dr. Zaugg & Co. Originalausgabe. Herausragend gestaltete Publikation zur avantgardistischen Werbegestaltung der Zeit mit Beiträgen u.a. von Willi Baumeister, Max Bill, Max Burchartz, Walter Dexel, John Heartfield, El Lissitzky, Moholy-Nagy, Kurt Schwitters, Jan Tschichold, Vordemberge-Gildewart und Piet Zwart. Das Buch dokumentiert Material, welches im Rahmen einer Wanderausstellung durch mehrere Städte vom Graphischen Klub Stuttgart im Februar 1930 gezeigt worden ist. Einband und Typografie des Buches besorgten die Brüder Rasch. Mit dem häufig fehlenden Erratablatt. Der empfindliche Zelluloid-Einband schön erhalten. In diesem Zustand sehr selten. Referenz: Andel, Avant-garde Page Design 348 - Fleischmann, Bauhaus Drucksachen, Typografie, Reklame, Seite 354 - The Avant-Garde applied Cat.L326 mit Abbildung auf Seite 336

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      1930. A group of 57 meticulously hand-drawn and richly colored illustrations by Dooley Dionysius: 24 panels created to illustrate "Pinocchio," each approx. 14 1/2 x 11 1/2 in., on stiff buff card stock or art paper (including a mock-up of the title page, 16 panels split between a color illustration and a penciled sample line or two of text, 1 page of black & white design illustrations for chapter ends, and 6 full page color illustrations); and 33 panels for an original tale entitled "The Story of the Taj Mahal," on stiff buff card stock or art paper, in varying sizes from 9 x 12 in. up to 16 1/2 x 23 in. (including a full color title page, a pen & ink and black watercolor title page, 24 pen & ink and black watercolor illustrations, and 7 full color illustrations, 5 of which are matted [some old staining to mats]). Traces of mounting on versos of most of the images. Dionysius was known for his almost microscopic brush strokes, fanciful designs, and jewel-like painting, often compared by critics to Persian miniatures. His work was exhibited in many St. Louis galleries in the 1930's (including the St. Louis Art Center where two of the "Pinocchio" drawings were displayed), as well as at shows in Los Angeles, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the California Water Color Society, and Marguerite Zimbalist's Twenty Dollar Gallery. Born in Kirkwood, Missouri, H.J. "Dooley" Dionysius attended the Washington University School of Fine Arts in the mid-1920's. He spent 10 years in Hollywood working alternately as a jewelry designer, an apprentice to Willy Pogany designing murals for William Randolph Hearst, and in the art department at the Walt Disney studios. In 1932, the Healy Galleries in St. Louis mounted a one-man show of his works. A story by Guy Forshey in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on March 13, 1932 describes Dionysius' work: "His subject matter is of a nature that lends itself admirably to his peculiar style of treatment. He paints pure fancy. His scenes are almost invariably placed on lost continents or in lands which have existed only in the imagination of men.... Unlike most water color painters, he does not blend color into color, but builds color on color producing an opaque effect." He often worked in miniature, and critical reviews of his watercolors remark on their exotic nature: "The tiny still life arrangements of flowers remind one of medallions in enamel or semi-precious stones. In all of these the draughtsmanship is meticulous and the compositions are so perfectly in balance that you do not think of such an element as deliberate composition in connection with them. You feel the rhythm of the dancing figures, the swing of the boats and the swell of the waves...." His work for the PWAP/CWA during the 1930's included creation of a mural of Mother Goose for the Benton School Kindergarten in St. Louis. Dionysius' ambition was to write and illustrate childrens books. According to brief biographies in "Artists in California, 1786-1940," by Edan Hughes and in "Who's Who in American Art 1936-41," he was the author/illustrator of two books, "Black Opal," and a version of "Mother Goose Rhymes." The Census records of 1940, record him in New York City as a lodger, his profession listed as "illustrator," most likely looking to find a market for his other book designs. We have found no record that either his "Pinocchio" or his "Story of the Taj Mahal" was ever published.

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        Miesiecznik literacki. / Miesi?cznik literacki. Reporta?e konkursowe. 1930 pa?dziernik-listopad, number 13. [Literary Monthly. 1930 October-November. No. 13.]

      A. Chwat [Aleksander Wat] (Drukarnia Przemys?owa w Krakowie), Warszawa 1930 - First edition. In publisher's, printed, constructivist wrappers, designed by W?adis?aw Daszewski. 569-616 p. First edition of the thirteenth number of the magazine, whose cover was designed by W?adis?aw Daszewski. "Miesi?cznik Literacki" was an unofficial organ of the Communist Party in Poland, with social and cultural content, in the genre of the German expressionist movement and the ideas embraced by the Soviet Novyi Lef. It was published between 1929 and 1931, twenty numbers were issued until it was banned and many of the contributors arrested. The editor Aleksander Wat (1900-1967) considered being one of the most important Polish writers of the 20th century and one of the precursors of the Polish Futurism in the early 1920s. After the war and his imprisonment in the Soviet Union he gave up his sympathy to Communism and in 1959 he emigrated to France, and later became a professor of Slavic literature at Berkeley, in California. The cover of the magazine was design by W?adys?aw Daszewski (1902-1971) the Polish stage designer and architect, who was deeply involved in the avant-garde movement since the 1920s. A very light water stain to the upper right corner of the cover and the first two leaves. Spine broke at the tail (ca. 3 cm). Slightly chipped at lower edge. Pages yellowed due to aging. Overall in fine condition. In publisher's, printed, constructivist wrappers, designed by W?adis?aw Daszewski [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Földvári Books]
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        L'Odalisque. Ouvrage traduit du Turc. Texte et illustrations gravés à l'eau forte par |Leon Courbouleix|.

      Ohne Ort, Handpressendruck des Künstlers, ohne Jahr [um 1930]. - 4°. 70 nn. Seiten. Ungebundene Büttenlagen, eingelegt in einen illustrierten Umschlag, im Schuber. Eins von 252 handschriftlich und vom Künstler |signierten| Exemplaren (Gesamt 350). Das gesamte Werk, einschließlich des Textes, wurde vom Künstler radiert. Opulent illustriert; es finden sich |10 große Radierungen| auf Tafeln, ausgeführt als kräftige Farbradierungen, sowie |11 kleine Radierungen| im Text. Sie zeigen nackte oder spärlich bekleidete Frauen, in orientalischem Ambiente, mit ihren turban-geschmückten, meist bekleideten Liebhabern. Das Ganze nie pornografisch, aber von eindeutiger erotischer Spannung. Titelblatt geschmückt mit einem Porträt von Voltaire. Der Text gedruckt in rot/schwarz, gesetzt in einen goldfarbenen breiten Schmuckrahmen. Meisterhafte Ausstattung für diese europäische Orient-Phantasie. Schuber etwas berieben, Kanten bestoßen. Stellenweise etwas fingerfleckig. Gutes Exemplar. ------------- Courbouleix. Voltaire. L'Odalisque. Ouvrage traduit du Turc. Texte et illustrations gravés à l'eau forte par Leon Courbouleix. Sans lieu, Imprimée sur la presse à bras de l'artiste, sans date [vers 1930]. In-4. 70 ff. sur vélin, couverture illustrée, chemise, étui. Un des 252 exemplaires numérotés et signés par l'artiste (en total 350) ; iÇi un des exemplaires d'artiste, celui-ci spécialement imprimé pour M Maurice Tardif. Envoi autographe signé de l'artiste sur la page de justification. L'œuvre fut entièrement gravée, le texte inclus. Somptueusement illustrée ; il y a 10 eaux-fortes sur planches, en couleurs vives, ainsi que 11 petites gravures in-texte. Elles montrent des femmes nues ou peu habillées, dans une ambiance orientale, avec leurs amants habillés, portant souveant un turban. Jamais pornographique, mais dans une amtosphère et tension clairement érotiques. Page de titre décorée avec un portrait de Voltaire. Le texte imprimé en noir et rouge, dans un large encadrement d'or en style oriental. Une présentation magistrale pour cette imagination européenne sur l'orient. Étui et bords un peu cognés. Taches de doigts par endroits. ------------------------------ |English description available on request.| [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      1930 - Official programme for the FA Cup Final at Wembley on April 26th, 1930. Arsenal beat Huddersfield Town 2-0. 8vo. 26pp. Illustrated, mainly portraits. Original illustrated wrappers. Some rusting to staples but otherwise a very good copy.

      [Bookseller: Sportspages]
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        The Book of Three Dragons

      Longmans, Green and Co. 1930 - A fine first edition in a near fine price-clipped dust jacket. The scarce trade issue with the Longmans, Green imprint on the title page and first edition on the copyright page, not the later more common Junior Literary Guild issue. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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      London : The Agency, 1930. 1st Edition. Original Wrappers. 8vo. 72 pages ; 22 cm. The Official Report from the inaugural meeting of the Jewish Agency for Palestine held immediately after the 16th Zionist Conference in Zurich, which established the Agency. Includes the speeches and minutes from the conference.

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books LLC]
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        Everybody's Boswell

      G. Bell and Sons, London 1930 - #61 OF 350 COPIES SIGNED BY ERNEST SHEPARD on the limitation page. A beautiful copy to boot of the 1930 1st thus. Bound by Asprey & Co. of London in a sumptuous full red leather. Decorative raised bands, gilt-tooled compartments and gilt-rule to the panels. Bright and Fine, all edges gilt. Thick octavo, 609 pgs., marbled endpapers. Signed by Illustrator. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Important Porcelains, Including Pieces from the Imperial Collection; Snuff Bottles, Bronzes, Enamels, Semi-Precious Mineral Carvings, Rare Early Dynastic Pottery; Property of Ton-Ying & Company

      New York: American Art Association / Anderson Galleries, Inc, 1930. Softcover. VG interior; some wear to cover corners and darkening to cover edges. Writing along top edge of front cover not seen in picture.. Camel card wraps with black lettering. 133 pp. with numerous bw photos. Catalogue from Sale Number 3812, Chinese Art from January 24th and 25th, 1930. 399 objects up for auction, each described. With a foreword by the authors. Sung pottery, Ming porcelains, temple vases of the Chia Ching and Wan Li periods, blue-glazed pottery from the T'ang dynasty, Chun ware from the imperial collection and much more.

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        Moby Dick

      New York: Random House, 1930. Very Good. First trade edition thus. Near Fine, with light rubbing to silver stamping, light light rubbing to edge of page block, light toning to pages and with light offsetting from images. A stunning example of Melville's classic, illustrated by Rockwell Kent.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Bruyère - fashion design 1930s.

      "Diner au cabaret??Modetekening van de collectie van Marie-Louise Bruy?re. Medio jaren 1930. Gouache op grijs papier.Mme. Bruy?re (1884-?) was geboren op het Franse platteland, maar haar ambitieuze ouders verhuisden naar de groeiende voorsteden van Parijs, waar het hen voor de wind ging. Ze woonden in het chique Saint Gratien, waar ook Princesse Mathilde (het nichtje van Napoleon I) woonde. Ze volgde haar opleiding bij Cheruit en vervolgens bij Lanvin. In 1928 opende ze haar eigen ?Bruy?re Couture??, en met haar collectie van begin 1930 plaatste ze zich tussen de toonaangevende jonge ontwerpers van haar tijd zoals Schiaparelli, Alix, Rochas en Mainbocher. Haar faam groeide internationaal, waardoor ze in 1937 een grand salon aan de Place Vend?me kon openen. Haar kleding was chique, zeer draagbaar en bovenal modieus, opvallend door subtiele en ongewone design elementen. Met twee shows per jaar van elk 200 modellen, had ze een enorme productie en had in 1947 328 medewerkers. Haar bedrijf groeide tot midden jaren 1950. Als men dan overstapt naar prêt-a-porter gaat het na een paar jaar ten onder.Prijs: ?750,- (incl. lijst).

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      Stabilimenti Poligrafici Riuniti, BOLOGNA 1930 - ITALIANO Periodico quindicinale con forma leggermente più piccola di un quotidiano, 12 pagine ancora intonse, leggermente ed uniformemente brunite dal tempo, con illustrazioni in nero e con vari scritti, Bartolini, Malaparte alcuni dei nomi, prima ed ultima pagina quasi del tutto staccate La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

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      New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1930., 1930. First edition. First edition. Publisher's "A-E" code on copyright page. Author's first novel. Former owner's neat inked name on the front pastedown sheet (completely covered by the dust jacket flap), with yellow Harper's seal at back of book removed (as is nearly always the case), leaving only a tiny remnant attached to page.211 and the rear fly leaf. Near Fine, bright copy in dust jacket with gentle sunning to spine, with light restoration to the spine ends and corners. Carr's first novel, a formidable locked-room mystery introducing his flamboyant Parisian character Henri Bencolin. Bencolin's case involves "an impossible murder in a gambling club - the victim, seen to enter an empty room with all entrances under observation, is subsequently found there, beheaded" (Twentieth-Century Crime and Mystery Writers (2nd ed.), p.146). Dust jacket promotional blurb says "When the police burst into the ante-room of a smart Paris gambling house, they find a mangled body thrown across the floor, while staring at them from the center of the empty room was the severed head of the Duc de Seligny. So begins a mystery story as weird and terrifying as any ever contrived by Poe. All the wiles of Bencolin, most satanic, most lovable of modern detectives, were needed for its solution." A crime fiction highspot housed in a clamshell case with the dust jacket design shown on the case.

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      Houghton Mifflin, Boston 1930 - First edition, fifth printing, which came out in the same year as the first. RARE Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel for 1931, seldom found in this condition. In black boards with red lettering, with a touch of rubbing to the lettering on spine. There are some spots on one textblock edge and a blank bookplate as well as mild corner wear, else about fine, lacking the rare jacket. A terrific copy, basically crisp and clean. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Garden City, NY: Published for the Crime Club, Inc. by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1930. First U.S. edition. Slight lean, otherwise a fine copy in a very good to nearly fine dust jacket with a short closed tear (20 mm) to the upper left front panel, tiny tear at lower right corner tip and mild shelf-wear to the head of the spine panel, some portions of the orange ink of the spine panel are a bit faded. Publisher's wrap around band is present. An attractive copy of a scarce book in jacket. (17960). Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-viii [ix-x] 1- 308 [309: Crime Club statement] [310: blank], cloth. Mystery novel featuring sleuth Roger Sheringham, the second published (in England in 1926).

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        Mad Man's Drum: A Novel in Woodcuts

      New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith., 1930. First edition. Fine/near fine. Octavo [21 cm] in decorative boards over black cloth spine with spine label. 3/4" creased tear to jacket rear cover and small dampstain to jacket spine, else very light wear to jacket. Boards and backstrip are crisp and unworn, with very light rubbing to boards at extremities. Uncommon in jacket. Ward's second wordless novel is a visual tale of man's quest for power, and the inevitability of death. A masterpiece from one of the giants of twentieth-century illustration.

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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        The Cat Who Went to Heaven

      New York: Macmillan Company, 1930. First edition, first printing. original red cloth lettered in black. Fine/pictorial dust jacket (spine and upper edges a little browned, a few small nicks with very slight loss of paper). Large quarto. Illustrated by Lynd Ward Newberry Award winner 1931 .

      [Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books]
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        Skrifter. 54 vol. i likartade, ej helt uniforma band

      Bok. 1930-1985. 54 vol. halvfranska band i gult med dekorationer i rött, grönt och guld, medbundna häftesomslag, de flesta vol. med övre guldsnitt. Sex av vol. i pappkassett. Mycket bra skick. Sviten omfattar: Mina städers ansikten, ou 1930 - Jag tvivlar på idrotten, ou 1931 - Ur klyvnadens tid, ou 1931 - Måna är död, ou 1932 - God natt, jord, ou 1933 - Bara en mor, ou 1939, med dedikation, "Gustaf Hellström med en hälsning från Ivar Lo-Johansson" - Jordproletärerna, ou 1941 - Traktorn, ou 1943 - Statarnoveller, 1945, med dedikation på inklistrat porträtt av förf., "Folke Alenbratt(?) med hälsning från Ivar Lo-Johansson. Gott nytt år 1985" - Geniet, ou 1947 - Statarminnen, 1947, med förord av Ivar Lo-Johansson - Statarna i bild, ou 1948 - Statarminnen, ny samling, 1949, med förord av Ivar Lo-Johansson - Vagabondliv, 1949 - Ålderdom, ou 1949 - Analfabeten, ou 1951 - Ålderdoms-Sverige, ou 1952 - Stockholmaren, ou 1954 - Okänt Paris, ou 1954 - Zigenarväg, ou 1955, foto av Anna Riwkin-Brick - Journalisten, ou 1956 - Att skriva en roman, ou 1957 - Författaren, ou 1957, med nyckel till de i boken med initialer förekommande personerna - Oldberg: Ivar Lo-Johansson, 1957 - Socialisten, ou 1958 - Ur klyvnadens tid, 1958 - Soldaten, 8. tus. 1959 - Proletärförfattaren, ou 1960 - Furuland & Oldberg: Ivar Lo-Johansson. En bibliografi, 1961 - Statarna, 1961, ill. av Sven Ljungberg - Lyckan, ou 1962 - Furuland: Statarna i litteraturen, 1962 - Oldberg: Ivar Lo-Johansson. En bildbiografi, 1964 - Astronomens hus, ou 1966 - Elektra, ou 1967 - Girigbukarna, ou 1969 - Karriäristerna, ou 1969, med dedikation på inklistrad lapp, "Vilhelm Moberg. Från författaren. Med tanke på det vackra trycket klottrar jag inte längre i själva boken. Hjärtlig hälsning. Vännen Lo-Joh." - Lögnhalsarna, ou 1971 - Statarskolan i litteraturen, ou 1972 - Vishetslärarna, ou 1972 - Nunnan i Vadstena, ou 1973 - Furstarna, ou 1974 - Lastbara berättelser, ou 1974 - Dagar och dagsverken, ou 1975 - Furuland: Statarnas ombudsman, 1976 - Under de gröna ekarna i Sörmland, ou 1976, ill. av Sven Ljunggren - Holmgren: Kärlek och ära. En studie i Ivar Lo-Johanssons Måna-romaner, 1978 - Asfalt, ou 1979 - Furstarna, 1979, ill. av Sven Ljungberg - Pubertet, 1979 - Kungsgatan, 1980 - Ordets makt, ou 1982, ill. Sven Ljungberg, nr 120/200, med en signerad trägravyr av Sven Ljungberg. Boken är signerad av Ivar Lo-Johansson och Sven Ljungberg - Tröskeln, ou 1982 - Frihet, ou 1985.

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Asken]
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        Ash Wednesday.

      New York: The Foundation Press Inc.; Faber & Faber Ltd., London,, 1930. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt, titles to front board within quatrefoil gilt, top edge gilt, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. Contemporary gift and ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Spine and edges browned, foot of rear inner hinge just starting, light offsetting to endpapers; an excellent copy. First edition, signed limited issue, number 259 of 600 copies signed by the author. Of these, 200 were offered for sale in the United Kingdom and the remainder exported to the United States. The UK trade issue appeared five days later in a run of 2,000 copies on 29 April, and the same number of copies were printed for the US trade issue in September.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The World Crisis: 1911-1914

      London: Thornton Butterworth, Ltd., 1930. First edition, 8th printing. Hardcover. This is a jacketed copy of the British first edition, first printing, eighth and final printing of the first volume of the Churchill's monumental history of the First World War, in which he played such a critical, controversial, and varied role. This volume covers the first four years Churchill spent as First Lord of the Admiralty, as well as the beginning of the war. Many consider the British edition aesthetically superior to the U.S., with its larger volumes and shoulder notes summarizing the subject of each page. Unfortunately, the smooth navy cloth of the British first editions proved quite susceptible to wear and dulling, the contents prone to spotting and toning. Truly bright and clean bindings are seldom seen without the original dust jackets, and the dust jackets are exceptionally scarce. There were eight printings (between 1923 and 1930) of the first edition of this first 1911-1914 volume. This jacketed 1930 eighth and final printing of closely conforms to the appearance of the 1923 first printing. The dust jacket print is the same on the spine, front panel, and front flap, with substantive differences only to the rear panel, which adds advertisements for the subsequent volumes in the series, and the rear flap, which adds “Press Notices”. The binding is identical to that of the first printing with the sole exception of the addition of a single, five-pointed gilt star on the spine, denoting that this is the first volume. Given the similar shelf appearance of both jacket and binding, this copy offers the prospect of filling a jacketed first edition set at a far more modest cost than a first printing. Condition is near fine plus in a dust jacket that approaches near fine. The blue cloth binding is square, tight, immaculately clean, and strikingly bright, with sharp corners, perfectly rounded spine, vivid spine gilt, and no appreciable wear. The contents remain crisp and bright; the volume feels unread. A trivial hint of spotting appears confined to the otherwise clean page edges. A single previous owner name is neatly inked to the upper front free endpaper. The front free endpaper and facing front pastedown also show small rust stains consonant with two small paperclips that may have been laid in at one point. The dust jacket is complete apart from fractional chipping at the spine head. The panels and flap folds remain bright. The jacket spine shows moderate, uniform toning and a few faint stains, but nonetheless provides quite good shelf appearance. The jacket is protected beneath a removable, archival quality clear cover. Of The World Crisis, Frederick Woods wrote: "The volumes contain some of Churchill's finest writing, weaving the many threads together with majestic ease, describing the massive battles in terms which fitly combine relish of the literary challenge with an awareness of the sombre tragedy of the events." Churchill was in a special position to write this history, having served both in the Cabinet and on the Front. First Lord of the Admiralty from 1911 until 1915, after the failure in the Dardanelles and the slaughter at Gallipoli, Churchill was scapegoated and forced to resign. He spent part of his political exile as a lieutenant colonel leading a battalion in the trenches. Before war's end, Churchill was exonerated and rejoined the Government, but the stigma would linger. Churchill may have meant for his history of the First World War to clear his name, but his six volume masterwork far exceeds this purpose. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A69.2(I).j, Woods/ICS A31(ab), Langworth p.105.

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector]
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