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        Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften

      Berlin & Lausanne: Ernst Rowohlt Verlag; Imprimerie Centrale,, 1930?-43. Roman. 3 volumes, octavo. First volume in original grey paper wrappers printed in brown and orange with the titles elegantly integrated into a Constructivist design by Emil Rudolf Weiss, second and third volumes in original green cloth with black and brown morocco labels to spines. Portrait frontispiece and two other black and white plates to third volume. Wrappers slightly chipped at corners, backstrip with a few creases and short split at tail; Volume 3 with tiny chip to one of the spine labels and contents lightly toned as a result of being printed on inferior paper stock. An excellent set with overall bright contents. First editions, first impressions, of the author's unfinished masterpiece. Wrappered issue of first volume. The third volume is made up of galley chapters and drafts, which were published posthumously in Switzerland where Musil and his Jewish wife Martha had lived in exile since 1938. Scarce in such fresh condition and with the usually missing third volume.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Une aventure amoureuse de monsieur de Tourville vice-amiral et maréchal de EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête

      Paris: Flammarion, 1930. Fine. Flammarion, Paris 1930, 27x33cm, 1 volume broché et 1 en feuilles sous chemise. - First edition illustrated with 40 original lithographs including 10 hors-texte color Fouqueray Charles, one of 15 numbered copies on Imperial Japan, deluxe edition after 5 old Japan. Our copy is complete, as it is stated in the justification of the draw for copies on Imperial Japan, a suite decomposed tints and a full suite of 10 color inset and a suite in black for 30 lithographs in-text. Nice copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale illustrée de 40 lithographies originales dont 12 hors-texte en couleurs de Charles Fouqueray, un des 15 exemplaires numérotés sur Japon impérial, tirage de tête après 5 vieux Japon. Notre exemplaire est bien complet, ainsi qu'il l'est stipulé à la justification du tirage pour les exemplaires sur Japon impérial, d'une suite décomposée des teintes et d'une suite complète en couleurs pour les 12 hors-texte et une suite en noir pour les 28 lithographies in-texte. Enfin notre exemplaire est enrichi d'une suite décomposée des teintes et d'une suite en couleurs d'une planche refusée. Agréable exemplaire.  

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The principles of quantum mechanics Signed by Dirac; David Dennison's copy

      Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1930. Signed by Dirac Dirac, Paul A. M. (1902-84). The principles of quantum mechanics. x, 257, [1]pp. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1930. 237 x 155 mm. Original cloth, spine a bit rubbed and faded. Small marginal tears and creasing in lower corners of pp. 19-30, otherwise very good. Signed by Dirac (?P. A. M. Dirac?) on front flyleaf; ink correction probably his to a formula on p. 43. From the library of American quantum physicist David Dennison (1900-1976), with his signature, dated Oct. 7, 1930, on the front pastedown. First Edition of the most famous book on quantum mechanics. This is the only copy of the first edition signed by Dirac that we have seen on the market in 50 years of trading. Dirac?s work contained ?the first complete exposition of the general formalism of quantum mechanics, presented in a logically consistent and axiomatic fashion? (Jammer, Conceptual Development of Quantum Mechanics, p. 366). ?Except for Darwin?s Origin of Species, no book since Newton?s Principia explained so much of so wide a realm of nature. It is difficult to think of another physics text that conveys more effectively the power of a simple, logical presentation. Probably no other book has ever given its readers a greater appreciation of the aesthetic dimension of theoretical physics? (Schweber, QED and the Men who Made It, p. 573). ?Present expositions of quantum mechanics largely rely on [Dirac?s] masterpiece The Principles of Quantum Mechanics? (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). This copy belonged to David Dennison, an American physicist who received his doctorate in 1924 and spent three years in Europe doing postdoctoral research under Bohr, Sommerfeld and Schroedinger. At this time the new quantum mechanics was emerging and Dennison had the opportunity to engage with the physicists involved in its creation, including Dirac, Heisenberg, Pauli, Kramers, etc. During this period Dennison came up with the solution to one of the major puzzles in quantum physics, the problem of the specific heat of hydrogen. Upon his return to the United States in 1927, Dennison joined with three other theoretical physicists he had known in Europe?"Otto Laporte, Samuel Goudsmit and George Uhlenbeck?"to help expand the study of theoretical physics at the University of Michigan; he remained at the university for the rest of his career. Dennison?s work at the University of Michigan, particularly in the organization of the physics department?s Summer Symposia, helped to make the university a major center for theoretical physics in the 1920s and 1930s. Dennison purchased this copy in the year that it was published, as can be seen by his ownership signature dated October 7, 1930. It is likely, given his acquaintance with Dirac, that he asked Dirac to autograph the book for him; in characteristic fashion Dirac simply signed his name without any further inscription. A manuscript correction to a formula on p. 43 is made with an ink and pen nib similar to those Dirac used in his signature, and was probably done by him.

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      New York: Coward, McCann, 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Inscribed to former owner by Gropper on title page in black ink. Orange cloth with blue lettering. Unpaginated, mostly printed only on rectos. Very Good condition. No jacket. Binding professionally repaired, sturdy and tight. A few creased pages. Spine a bit darkened and scratched, small stain on front cover, cloth worn at edges. A circus-acrobat-themed graphic novel by a notable radical American artist and illustrator. Despite being out-of-print for nearly 85 years, it has been hailed by historians of the graphic novel as being one of the best early examples of the form. Especially rare signed.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, illustrated (signed limited) by Willy Pogany

      London: George C. Harrap. Hardcover. Fine. No date, ca. 1930. No. 47 of 750 copies of the English issue, signed on the limitation page and again below the frontispiece etching. 4to, publisher's full teal morocco, with red & gilt floral emblem to front cover, 174 pp., illustrated including original signed etching and 12 color mounted plates. Fine copy with the teal spine and boards completely vivid and unfaded. A great copy of one of the best renditions of this illustrators' favorite.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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        Manuscrit. - Recueil d'astrologie en sanskrit de Rajastan.

      s.d., vers 1930,. in-8vo, titre illustre + 50 pages remplies en ecriture devanagari, avec plusieurs planches numeriques + 2 images a pleine page aux couleurs tres vives (sont representes les dieux Ganesh et Durga), reliure en demi-cuir aux coins, dos a 4 faux-nerfs, plats recouverts en papier rouge.. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
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        Works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The

      1930. The Best Edition of Doyle?'s Works DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan. [The Works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1930. The Crowborough Edition. Limited to 760 numbered sets (of which 750 sets are for sale), this being set #426, signed by the author. Twenty-four octavo volumes (8 9/16 x 5 7/8 inches; 218 x 148 mm.). Photogravure frontispiece portrait in Volume I. Title-pages printed in red and black. Publisher?'s quarter buckram over brown paper board, Doyle?'s signature stamped in gilt on front covers, printed paper labels on spines. Spines and spine labels slightly browned. A few inner hinges neatly repaired, otherwise a very good set of the best edition of Doyle. Comprising: Rodney Stone; The Refugees; The Tragedy of the ?"Korosko?" [and] The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard; The Adventures of Gerard [and] The Last Galley [and] Other Stories; Uncle Bernac [and] The Great Shadow; A Duet with an Occasional Chorus [and] The Doings of Raffles Haw; Sir Nigel; The White Company; Micah Clarke (two volumes); The Firm of Girdlestone; The Stark Munro Letters [and] Danger! [and] Other Stories; The Lost World [and] The Poison Belt; The Land of Mist [and] The Maracot Deep [and] Other Stories; A Study in Scarlet [and] The Valley of Fear; The Sign of Four [and] The Hound of the Baskervilles; Adventures of Sherlock Holmes; The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes; The Return of Sherlock Holmes; His Last Bow [and] The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes; Round the Red Lamp [and] The Green Flag [and] Other Stories of War and Sport; Round the Fire Stories; The Parasite [and] The Captain of the ?"Pole-Star?" [and] Other Tales; and Memories and Adventures. ?"The Crowborough Edition was intended to be a complete and definitive edition of the author?'s works of fiction. [Doyle] was to have revised each book, written new prefaces, and arranged the stories in their final order. Unfortunately he was prevented from doing so by illness and by his other commitments…[The Crowborough Edition] reprints the introductions from the Author?'s Edition, but otherwise is set from the existing editions without any corrections?" (Green and Gibson). Green and Gibson A61.

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        Zena Ve Svétle

      Prague: Nakladatelstvi E Beaufort, 1930. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Good/missing jacket. Octavo. First Edition First Printing. Very good condition, lacks dust jacket. Plates 3,4 & 13,14 are missing. Missing plates replaced with well intentioned facsimile plates. Cloth is worn, spine fabric quite worn, minimal stains on half dozen pages

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        Haveth childers everywhere

      Paris/ New York , HENRY BABOU AND JACK KAHANE - THE FOUNTAIN PRESS, 1930 - Fragment from work in progress. 8vo. pp. 76. . Molto buono (Very Good). Leggere crepe e piccole mancanze al dorso; un ex-libri applicato alla prima pag bianca. Interno ottimo (Spine cracking). Prima ed. di 100+500+X+LXXV es. numerati. . Brossura, sovracoperta in acetato (wrappers, acetate dust jacket) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        Bei dieser Gelegenheit

      Ernst Rowohlt (Haag-Drugulin, Leipzig), Berlin 1930 - First edition (1.-5. Tausend). In publisher's orange cloth. With original photographic dust jacket, designed by György Kepes. 356, (4) p. First edition of Polgar's novel with the original photographic dust jacket, designed by the Hungarian-American Bauhausler, György Kepes, associate of László Moholy-Nagy, teacher at the New Bauhaus in Chicago, founder and teacher of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The binding with faint stains, inside very good condition. The dust jacket with a little loss at spine, overall in good condition. In publisher's orange cloth. With original photographic dust jacket, designed by György Kepes [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lieutenant Colonel Harry S. Truman sends his future Treasury Secretary, Major John W. Snyder, a complete current roster of their Missouri Regiment, the 381st Field Artillery

      Independence, Missouri, September 19, 1930. 8.5" x 11". "Typed Letter Signed ?Harry S Truman? as Presiding Judge, County Court, Jackson County Missouri, 1p, 8.5? x 11?. On County Court stationery, Independence, Mo., September 19, 1930. To Major John W. Snyder, Blytheville, Arkansas. Folds, light marginal wear, paperclip marks in blank areas, else fine condition. In full, ?After what seems an interminable wait I have our problem completed and I am sending you a complete typewritten copy of the whole thing. It seems that our executive officer has been moved to Little Rock, Ark., which may be more convenient for you but decidedly inconvenient for me. I am also enclosing you a copy of the Roster of the Regiment which was sent to me from St. Louis. I thought maybe it might be of interest to you. I hope you are having a successful season and that you will come to see me whenever you are in this part of the country.? The two carbon typewritten 8? x 13? sheets which Truman sent Snyder are present, folds, fine condition. Headed ?Roster, 381st F.A. (9-13-30) / C.O.:- Lt. Col. Harry S. Truman, 219 N. Delaware, Independence, Mo.? 66 names and addresses are listed including (checked off) ?Major John W. Snyder, 1010 W. Ash St., Blytheville, Ark.? One sheet of carbon paper was defective, affecting the ranks and/or names of five officers. John W. Snyder?s close friendship with Harry S. Truman began two years earlier in 1928. They served together in the U.S. Army Reserves after World War I. When Lt. Col. Truman was promoted to Colonel, Major Snyder was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of Col. Truman?s Missouri Regiment, the 381st Field Artillery, 102nd Division. Snyder served President Truman as his Federal Loan Administrator (1945), Director of the Office of Mobilization and Reconversion (1945-1946), and Secretary of the Treasury (1946-1953)."

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        Gesammelte Gedichte. 4 Bde. Leipzig, Insel-Verlag 1930-34. 4to. 1200 S. Orig.-Halbpergamentbde. mit Rückentitel u. Kopfgoldschnitt.

      . . Eines von 200 numerierten Exemplaren dieses Drucks der Cranach Presse auf Monval-Bütten. Die schönste und nobelste Ausgabe der Gedichte Rilkes. Durchgehend in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Das Titelblatt wurde von Eric Gill in Holz geschnitten. Harry Graf Kessler betrachtete seine Presse als Mission, dem gedruckten Wort eine Erscheinungsform zu verleihen, die sich durch vollkommene Harmonie, verbunden mit handwerklicher Präzision, auszeichnet. Bd. 1: Erste Gedichte - Frühe Gedichte. Bd. 2: Das Buch der Bilder - Das Stunden-Buch - Requiem. Bd. 3: Neue Gedichte - Das Marienleben - Duineser Elegien. Bd. 4: Die Sonette an Orpheus - Poemes francais - Nachlese. Makelloses Exemplar. - Müller-Krumbach 52 mit 4 Abb. - Rodenberg 494. - Von Mises 129. - Schauer, Bd. II,75. - Ritzer G 2.

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        Doubloons, the Story of Buried Treasure (presentation copy)

      New York, (1930): Farrar & Rinehart. First Edition. Octavo. Presentation copy from the author to renown artist Oscar Strobel "For/Willa Mae and Oscar/Strobel-I have had this/first edition of my first book/especially bound, a small/ expression of my affection/of their friendship./Charles B. Driscoll/Feb, 1, 1944./Arizona." 19pp., color frontispiece, illustrated, bound in a striking gilt decorated black morocco decorated with a central ship each corner with a treasure chest, decorated in an art deco stylized lines, pictorial gilt spine depicting a ship, stars and at head a treasure chest, pictorial gilt morocco turn ins depicting skull and cross bones as well as pirate hats with pistols below, yellow and gray decorative endpapers, top edge gilt, signed binding by Spink & Gabore Inc. who also inscribed the rear free endpaper "that books might live!"/Spink & Gabore, Inc./Bookbinders. A fine and handsome copy housed in a black lined cloth covered slipcase. The story of treasure, romance and bloody pirates. A lovely copy.

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        Eigenh. Visitenkarte.

      [Berlin, 21. I. 1930. - 3 Zeilen. Visitkartenformat. Mit mglw. eh. adr. Kuvert. An Emilie Schaup mit Dank "für die während seiner Krankheit bewiesene Anteilnahme".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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      LITH. DE PORTUGAL C.1930 - Soporte: Entelado/On linen. COIMBRA Tamaño del cartel: 63 x 100 cm. El cartel está en excelente condición.

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        Sérénade [no. 1] pour Violon, Violoncelle et Piano [Score]. Autograph musical manuscript signed in full

      1930 - The present manuscript was used by the engraver for the first (and only) edition of the work, published by Alphonse Leduc, Paris, in 1930 with the plate number A.L. 17779. Tansman composed the work in 1928. Trio Filomusi premiered it at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Bruxelles on November 7, 1929. After Tansman composed another serenade - for violin, viola, and violoncello - in 1938, the present work was listed as "Serenade no. 1.". Tansman was a French composer and pianist of Polish birth. Disappointed with his reception in Poland, he moved to Paris, giving a début recital in February 1920. Soon after his arrival, he became friendly with Stravinsky and Ravel, both of whom encouraged and advised him. Acquainted with many leading musical figures in Paris during these years, Tansman was part of the circle of foreign musicians, known as the Ecole de Paris, that included Martin , Alexander Tcherepnin, Conrad Beck and Marcel Mihalovici. While his music retained many distinctively Polish features, such as Mazurka rhythms and Polish folk melodies, and while he wrote collections of Polonaises, Nocturnes, Impromptus, Waltzes and other Chopinesque miniatures, neo-classical traits appear in works [from about 1925]. Although he never completely abandoned a diatonic framework, critics of the 1920s and 30s described his harmony at times as Scriabinesque and atonal. Tansman was quick to achieve international success. He settled in Los Angeles in 1941 where he became acquainted with Schoenberg, renewed friendships with other European émigrés, including Milhaud and Stravinsky, and composed a number of film scores. He returned to Paris in 1946." Caroline Rae in Grove Music Online. Folio (356 x 271 mm). Unbound; 8 bifolia. 1-9 (I. Introduction et Allegro), [i] (blank), 10-14 (II. Canzone), [i] (blank), 15-26 (III. Scherzo), [iv] (blank) pp. Notated in black ink on three different types of pre-printed music paper: first movement on 24-staff paper with narrow staves; second movement on 24-staff paper with wider staves; third movement on 18-staff paper.Numbers of second and third movement written over earlier, illegible numbers. Second movement originally titled "Andantino"; title crossed out and replaced in pencil with "Canzone"; "Andantino" added as tempo above first measure. Occasional autograph corrections in pencil to all movements; third movement with substantive cut in pencil from pp. 22 to 23. Directives for engraver in pencil, most probably autograph. Pagination from p. 9 in pencil, possibly in a different hand.Engraver's markup in pencil; publisher's number "A.L. 17779" in red ink to foot of all pages of music. Handstamps to foot of first page: "Paris, Alphonse Leduc Editions Musicales 635 rue St-Honoré (près l'Avenue de l'Opéra)" to left; "Copyright by Alphonse Leduc et Cie 19[30]" to center; "Tous droits d'exécution de reproduction de transcription et d'adaptation réservés pour tous pays" to right. The "30" in the year is written in the same red ink as the publisher's numbers. Note "200 ex. [copies] 26 9/30" in same red ink between left and central handstamp.Slightly worn and soiled; minor fraying to edges.

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        Autograph letter on a postal card signed in full to composer and musicologist Egon Wellesz

      1 page, ca. 85 x 135 mm. Postmarked Aachen, February [1]5, 1930. In blue ink. With a photograph of the Stadttheater in Aachen to verso. In German (with translation). Berg thanks Wellesz and his wife for their congratulations. "Many thanks for your and your wife's congratulations. I hope to see you again soon!" Very slightly soiled. . Premièred at the Berlin Staatsoper on December 14, 1925, Berg's Wozzeck was not produced again in German until March 5, 1929 in Oldenburg. This extremely successful production, which was mounted after just thirty-two rehearsals, proved that provincial opera houses could, indeed, take on such an "unplayable" work. Between December 1929 and December 1930, seven other German opera houses staged Wozzeck. The well-wishes of Wellesz and his wife, to which Berg refers in this letter, were probably intended for the Aachen production, which was to occur on February 21, 1930. Egon Wellesz (1885-1974) was an Austrian composer, musicologist, and teacher. "His importance as a composer rests chiefly on his stage works and symphonies. While his creative career was divided between Vienna and Oxford, his musical style was unpredictable, showing his affection for beautiful melody often with wide leaps and angular in profile. As a musicologist, he did pioneer work on Byzantine chant." Caroline Cepin Benser in Grove Music Online.

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        In Our Time

      Charles Scribner's Sons New York 1930 - First Revised Edition, Introduction by Edmund Wilson. Cleonike dustjacket art. "These are the stories which brought forth that first critical acclaim which established Mr. Hemingway in his present high place in American Literature". Includes 'The Battler', 'My Old Man', 'Indian Camp', and 'Big Two-Hearted River'. Very Good, tiny sliver of cloth loss at rear spine gutter, rear inner hinge cracked but firm, in Very Good dustjacket, shallow chips at spine ends. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Maltese Falcon

      New York, NY: Alfred Knopf, 1930., 1930. First Edition. Octavo, pp. 268. Bound in publisher's pale blue cloth, with a falcon embossed to front board, titles to spine, and publisher's imprint to rear board; top edge stained blue. With bookseller's ticket. Binding is a little rubbed, corners bumped, minor fraying at spine ends, some scuffs and marks to boards, a little shaken in its case. Internally clean and free from spotting, ownership inscription to front flyleaf. Featuring Sam Spade, Hammett's most famous detective and the virtual prototype of the "tough-guy" private investigator. Adapted for the big screen several times, this is one of the acknowledged masterpieces of the hard-boiled detective genre. Bookseller's ticket, "The Chaucer Head Bookshop" to rear pastdown.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Advertising Broadside for F G Jackson's "A Thousand Days in the Arctic "

      Color printed folio sheet, 11 1/2 x 18 3/4 inches. This looks to be an an advertising broadside - probably circa 1930 - for a reissue of Jackson's classic Arctic account, first published in 1899. However, I can find no record of such a reprint. Aside from the English and American editions of 1899, there are only modern POD editions, and one university press printing, none of which employ graphics anything like the image used here. Hence, I deduce this is an advertisement for a book that never got published. Fine condition, and scarce.

      [Bookseller: Ten Pound Island Book Co.]
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        The Great Airport Mystery

      Grosset & Dunlap 1930 - A fine first edition in a fine dust jacket. Carpentieri 1930A-1. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Photographie 1930 (No. 16 Quinze Mars 1930 Numéro Spécial Consacré à La Photographie)

      Paris: Arts et Métiers Graphiques, 1930. First Edition. Folio. Stiff wrappers attached to spiral binding. This is the spectacular original edition from 1930 and should not be confused with the 1980 facsimile edition. Featuring a long essay by the critic Waldemar George, the book is filled with 130 groundbreaking heliogravures by Edward Steichen, Man Ray, Moholy Nagy, and many others. Also important for the beautiful full-page ads.  Wear and scuffing to the front and back covers with front cover detached from spiral at both ends (about 2" at top and 1" at bottom), rear cover missing 1" piece at upper left corner of cover, small chips along top edge, two small closed tears at midpoint of spine from holes where spiral binding enters the cover. Gift inscription in pencil to front free end paper. Overall, Very Good. SCARCE.

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        The Savoy Cocktail Book

      London: Constable & Company, Ltd 1930. 288 pp., in the original Art Deco binding with decorations throughout, and decorated endpapers. This copy is clean internally with a much better than average spine and uncracked inner hinges, but there is quite heaxy oxidising to the boards. An increasingly uncommon title. . Very Good. Decorative Boards. First Edition. 1930. 8vo..

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        Advertisement Poster for "Bocskay" Radio Reciever

      Antal Scheitel (Athenaeum; Bánó Fotó) (ca. 1930.), (Budapest) - First edition. Original, vintage graphical poster. Printed in red, blue and black. 63 × 95 cm. Modernist advertisement poster for the "Bocskay" radio reciever of the "Telefongyár" (Telephone Industry) with photomontage-like image of the radio and a palm with coins in it. Designed by Tihamér Csemiczky (1904-1960) the leading Hungarian modernist graphic artist, who made the most striking advertisement posters in 1930s. Artistically restored. In fine condition. First edition. Original, vintage graphical poster. Printed in red, blue and black. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        La putain errante. Dialogue de Madelaine et Julie.

      Paris, o. V., 1930.. Kl.8°. 83 S. und 12 handkolorierte Gravüren auf Perlmutt-Japan. Als ungebundene Lagen im Umschlag mit goldgepr. Fronttitel. Pappdecke im Schuber.. Eins von 150 numerierten Exemplaren. Breitrandiger Druck in Schwarz/Gold. Das Illustrationen sind eindeutig erotisch, durchaus mit Witz. In zurückhaltender aber frischer Kolorierung. Der nicht genannte Künstler ist Andre Collot. Vier Jahre später erschien eine weitere Ausgabe des Werks, ebenfalls von Collot, aber abweichend illustriert. Schuber und Decke berieben, Kanten bestossen. Das unbeschnittene Japan vereinzelt schwach fingerfleckig. Gelegentlich kleine Braunflecken. Dutel 2275. Selten.

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        News Building no. 7

      New York 1930 - Gelatin silver print, toned; verso with caption in Schell's hand in pencil and SIGNED ("by Sherril Schell"). 12 3/16 x 9 3/16 in. A striking image, reminiscent of Bernice Abbott's work in its juxtaposition of new and old New York City. Staining to upper right corner, remnants of prior mounting to rear with adhesive stains showing through Gelatin silver print, toned; verso with caption in Schell's hand in pencil and SIGNED ("by Sherril Schell"). 12 3/16 x 9 3/16 in [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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      - BARRIE,J.M. PETER PAN I WENDY. Barcelona: Editorial Joventut nd ca 1930. Oblong 4to, pictorial board panels folded accordion style, some cover soil, VG+. Each side of the 12 panels is illustrated in color by A. Salo. There are 3 tab operated moveable pages so that when the tab is pulled, the illustration becomes 3 dimensional. Rare.

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        The Christopher Robin Birthday Book

      London: Methuen & Co., 1930., 1930. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. Compiled by A.A.Milne and with decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. Publisher's gilt-decorated red cloth in original dustwrapper. Minor sunning to spine else a fine copy.

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        Roget's International Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases.

      Thomas Y. Crowell,, New York, 1930 - New York, Thomas Y. Crowell, 1930. 8°. 741 pages. Original Hardcover. Quine's ownership signature to front pastedown, "W.V. Quine Cambridge. 1931". In publisher's cloth, sunned spine, splits and rubbing to spine-folds. Sprache: English Quine's ownership signature to front pastedown, "W.V. Quine Cambridge. 1931". In publisher's cloth, sunned spine, splits and rubbing to spine-folds. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TOYS. Rhymes by Cyril W. Beaumont. Decorations by Eileen Mayo.

      48, [2] pages. Illustrated with a colour frontispiece, colour vignette on title, and seven full-page colour plates, plus many smaller illustrations hand-coloured by the illustrator. Original pink cloth, gilt. Original pictorial dust-wrapper. Octavo. First edition. Number 40 of 100 copies, signed by both the author and the illustrator, and with the vignettes, which are left plain in the trade edition, coloured by hand by the illustrator. Dust-wrapper a little worn, else a fine copy of a delightful alphabet.

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        Signed and Inscribed Photograph by Hurrell, 4to, 1930

      Our sepia toned photograph shows Robinson full length in dancing pose, one foot on bottom stair of short stair case, the other foot raised, in three-quarter profile. To the right of his outstretched hand he inscribes, "To-...with very best wishes always-Bill Robinson." He dates under his name, "1930." This photograph shows the well known image of Robinson captured by famed photographer George Hurrell and bears the blind embossed stamp of Hurrell. In addition to his dancing, Robinson was a baseball fan, co-founder of the New York Black Yankees ball team in 1936 which belonged to the Negro National League.

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        Henri - Matisse. [With Four original Pochoir - colour - lithographs].

      No.145 of an edition of only 200 numbered copies. Paris, Chroniques du Jour, [1930]. 4°. 50 unnumberd pages including 4 tissue-guarded pochoir-lithographs and 40 black-and-white illustrations. / 50 nicht numerierte Seiten mit vier farbigen Pochoir-Lithographien von Matisse und 40 Schwarz-Weiss-Abbildungen. Original Hardcover Slipcase with all three tying ribbons in place. Aufwendige, deutschsprachige Publikation mit den 4 schönen, farbfrischen pochoirkolorierten Blättern die einzeln auf dem internationalen Graphikmarkt für bis zu 1000 Euro pro Blatt gehandelt werden. Innendeckel der Mappe und der Broschur jeweils mit Exlibris "Haus Henkell". Eines von nur 200 Exemplaren. Kein vollständiges Exemplar auf dem internationalen Markt im Angebot. Text auf Deutsch.

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        Radiations from Radioactive Substances

      Cambridge: At The University Press. 1930, 1930. First edition. 8vo. 588pp. Publisher's dark green cloth titled in gilt to spine. Minor bumping and edgewear, a near fine copy. Light crease to lower corner front board. Internally clean. Presentation inscription to L. G. Vedy from J. A Ratcliffe to front flyleaf: "L. G. Vedy with best wishes from J.A. Ratcliffe in memory of three years wireless work. Christmas 1930." Both Vedy and Ratcliffe were phycisists at the time, presumably collaborating on wireless (Ratcliffe had just published "The Physical Principles of Wireless"). Ratcliffe was a Cambridge lecturer in 1930 and went on to be a leading light in the development of radar in the second world war. Vedy was the author of "Demonstration of The Behaviour of Bodies with non-conducting surfaces in electrostatic fields." published in The Proceedings of The Physical Society in 1926. A lovely copy of one of the most influential physics texts of the 1930's with a fascinating provenance.

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        The World in the Air: The Story of Flying in Pictures. Complete in 2 volumes

      G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1930, Decorative Cloth, Book Condition: Fine, First Edition, Signed by Author and CelebritiesSize: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall, Complete in two volumes. This is set no. 290 of 500 sets of the Pioneers Edition. Signed in a neat and confident ink hand by the author on the colophon page. Additionally, each set contains the autograph signatures of pioneers of aeronautics of the United States, France, Great Britain and Germany. Printed by Rembrandt Gravure, New York, and presumed bound in the USA. Bound in half vellum, ivory-colored, and the boards in textured Japan paper, in shades of bronze, brown and gilt. Slight age-toning to the vellum. The spines with pristine labels in dark spruce blue morocco [?] or leather-like cloth, and with crip gilt-stamped title and author name. Unbumped spine heads and tails, with sharp corners, except that there are gentle bumps to the bottom corners of Volume II. 11.5 x 8.25 inches. The fore- and bottom edges deckled to a handsome effect. Pastedowns and opposite FEPs in matching textured Japan paper. Each volume with frontispiece plate with pristine tissue guard. 315 and 336 numbered pages. Pages printed on Ragleaf all rag paper. Over 1,200 illustrations. "First historic collection of official prints and photographs from government archives and private collections recording five thousand years of man's struggles to conquer the air." The illustrations are in sepia-tone, with several full page. All on heavy stock. No demerits observed save the occasional speck in the paper inherent in the paper manufacturing. An immaculate set, and very tight. Almost certainly unread inasmuch as most of the pages remain uncut. A Fine set of two volumes. You will not find a finer set of this edition. The volumes include chapters and sections such as: origin and evolution of human flight; first crossing of English Channel in the air: historic flights through reign of Napoleon; Wrights in the air; race of the nations in the new conquest; death combats recorded by war cameras; and more. Our thanks to Charles Agvent for the following accurate description: "Signed by seven noted pioneers of aeronautics, all two per page except for Curtiss, including Glenn Curtiss who made the first public flight in America; Dr. Hugo Eckener, commander of the "Graf Zeppelin," who made the first airship flight around the world; Louis Bleriot who made the first airplane flight across the English Channel; Dr. Claude Dornier, German designer and builder of multi-engined aircraft; Henri Farman who made the first distance flight in Europe; Major G. H. Scott, commander of the first Trans-Atlantic voyage in an airship in 1919; and Lieut. Arthur Whitten Brown, co-commander of the first nonstop airplane flight across the Atlantic in 1919.", Limited Edition

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        Reve d'une Petite Fille Qui Voulut entrer au Carmel

      1930. ERNST, Max. Rêve d'une Petite Fille qui voulut entrer au Carmel. 176 pp. Illustrated with reproductions of 79 collages by Max Ernst. 8vo., 265 x 200 mm, bound in original illustrated wrappers, slightly faded in a new light blue cloth folding box, gilt black leather spine label. Paris: Éditions du Carrefour, 1930. |~| Ernst's rare second collage novel about an adolescent girl who loses her virginity on the day of her first communion and so commits herself to a religious vocation as a Carmelite nun. Ernst includes a line of ironically pretentious text with each image. This is number 232 of the edition of 1000 copies on Velin, inscribed by Paul Eluard "à Théo/ un jour de/ clergy/ un peu mal frotté/ bonjour/ Paul", (signed with Éluard's characteristic paraph). Théo is the Belgian poet Théo Léger (1912-1989), a friend of Éluard . Most surviving copies have been bound, so to have a copy still in the original wrappers as issued is highly desirable. Spies, Max Ernst Collages 361-386. Max Ernst: Beyond Surrealism 22.

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      London: Privately Subscribed by Eric Partridge Ltd [at the Scholartis Press], 1930.. Large octavo. Polished green buckram, lettered in gilt, t.e.g. Two plates. Cloth somewhat sunned and bubbled , otherwise very good, without dust jacket. First edition, one of 535 copies, from a total edition of 560 (525 for sale). With Barney's late presentation inscription: "To Bettina, my best reader & most charming friend ever her admirer Natalie / Paris 3 June | 63." The recipient, Elizabeth "Bettina" Bergery, was the American born and Paris-resident fashion designer, and wife of French politician and Vichy ambassador, Gaston Bergery. The two plates reproduce paintings by Romaine Brooks that she executed specifically for this work. One of Barney's most unusual works, and one of the handful of her original publications in English, THE ONE WHO IS LEGION is a stylistically unconventional novel, imbued with several gothic elements, concerning a suicide reincarnated as a sexually ambiguous hermaphrodite. It has considerable importance as a reflection of Brooks' influence in Barney's life, as well as of Barney's efforts to come to terms with Renée Vivien's death.

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        Cynics: A Novel

      Albert & Charles Boni, New York 1930 - Banned from the Soviet Union until 1988, Cynics was Imaginist poet Marienhoff's second novel, an account of two Russian intellectuals during the Russian Revolution and the subsequent War communism. Scarce in such a nicely preserved dust jacket. Small octavo (19.25cm.); original cloth in green pictorial dust jacket, blue top- and fore-edge stain; 237pp. Some wear to jacket extremities, including a few tiny shallow losses at corners; light spotting to jacket spine; Fine in About Very Good jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        War is War

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1930. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in green. With the dust jacket. A superb copy in the jacket with a sunned spine. First edition, first impression of McLelland's best-selling war memoir. From the publisher's archive.

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        Michael And Mary

      London: Chatto and Windus, 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. Signed limited edition. First edition. One of a limited 260 copies signed by A. A. Milne. In Very Good+ condition. Fading to cloth on spine. Light rubbing to cloth, light bump to bottom rear corner. Faint, sporadic foxing to pages. A lovely copy, signed by the author.

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        Mert Seger à Deir el Médineh (Mémoires de l'Institut Francais d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 58)

      Le Caire, Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale, 1930.. Royal quarto 35x28 cm. Pp. viii, 318. Plus 12 fine plates. With 146 text figures. Appendices. Hardcover, bound in neat pebbled boards, buckram spine with lettering-piece from original printed wrappers. In fine condition. Excellent copy, crisp interiors, crisp plates. ~ First edition. Mémoires publiés par les Membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, Tome 58. Originally published in two fascicles, the general ?Memoirés? title and prelims are bound between the two parts; the nicely illustrated title-page ?Mert Seger à Deir el Médineh? opens the book. An outstanding publication.

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        Ein Maler hat die vollkommene Ehe gelesen. Nach zwölf Originalradierungen.

      Ohne weitere Angaben [um 1930].. 12 Radierungen im Format 7 x 10 cm, auf Tafeln im Format 24 x 16 cm. Lose eingelegt in einen Umschlag mit Titel, dieser in einem Pappmäppchen mit einem stilisierten, verschlungenen 'PL' auf dem Deckel.. Das Werk "Die vollkommene Ehe" des Niederländers van der Velde war in den 20er und 30er Jahren der absolute Klassiker unter den Ehebüchern. Ein blühendes Geschlechtsleben war dem Autor wichtig und offenbar davon ließ sich der Künstler dieser Mappe inspirieren. Hinter dem Pseudonym P.L. verbirgt sich der österreichische Künstler Amadeus Dier (1893 - 1969). Er zeigt uns kopulierende Paare in diversen Stellungen, in unterschiedlichem Dekor und Szenario. Alle Radierungen tragen kleine Titel wie "Defloralis orientalis" oder "Habitus sedens posterior". Sein Blick ist nie derb, sondern witzig und humorvoll. Das Umschlagpapier sowie der Titel darauf imitieren in ihrer Gestaltung das Ehebuch. Mappe leicht lichtrandig mit einer Eselsecke. Umschlag leicht fleckig mit kleinem hinterlegten Einriss. Insgesamt wohl erhalten. Rar. Polunbi 2, 96 ("unbrauchbar zu machen"). -------------------------- The artist of this work is Amadeus Dier (Austria 1893 - 1963), here under the pseudonym P.L. This set of erotic etchings applies to the most famous sexual-enlightment book for adults in Germany during the 20s and 30s: Th. van de Velde's "Die vollkommene Ehe" (transl.: The perfect marriage). And the title of the portfolio is: A painter has read 'The perfect marriage'. For the author van de Velde it was important for a good marriage to have a good and active sex life. And obviously this book was an inspiration for the artist of the etchings while collecting different sex positions in different situations. Each etching has a title in latin like "Defloralis orientalis" or "Habitus sedens posterior".

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        Henri - Matisse. [With Four original Pochoir - colour - lithographs]

      Paris: Chroniques du Jour. No.145 of an edition of only 200 numbered copies.. Aufwendige, deutschsprachige Publikation mit den 4 schönen, farbfrischen pochoirkolorierten Blättern die einzeln auf dem internationalen Graphikmarkt für bis zu 1000 Euro pro Blatt gehandelt werden. Innendeckel der Mappe und der Broschur jeweils mit Exlibris "Haus Henkell". Eines von nur 200 Exemplaren. Kein vollständiges Exemplar auf dem internationalen Markt im Angebot. Text auf Deutsch.. No.145 of an edition of only 200 numbered copies. Paris, Chroniques du Jour, [1930]. 4°. 50 unnumberd pages including 4 tissue-guarded pochoir-lithographs and 40 black-and-white illustrations. / 50 nicht numerierte Seiten mit vier farbigen Pochoir-Lithographien von Matisse und 40 Schwarz-Weiss-Abbildungen. Original Hardcover Slipcase with all three tying ribbons in place. Aufwendige, deutschsprachige Publikation mit den 4 schönen, farbfrischen pochoirkolorierten Blättern die einzeln auf dem internationalen Graphikmarkt für bis zu 1000 Euro pro Blatt gehandelt werden. Innendeckel der Mappe und der Broschur jeweils mit Exlibris "Haus Henkell". Eines von nur 200 Exemplaren. Kein vollständiges Exemplar auf dem internationalen Markt im Angebot. Text auf Deutsch.

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