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        [Op. 32]. Von heute auf morgen Oper in einem Akt von Max Blonda Musik von Arnold Schönberg Klavierauszug

      Im Selbstverlag des Komponisten Auslieferung und Bühnenvertrieb Edition Benno Balan, Berlin=Charlottenburg 4: [without PN]. [1930]. Folio. Original publisher's wrappers printed in blue. [i] (title), [ii] (list of characters, list of orchestral instruments, instructions for performance), [3]-140 pp. Facsimile of copyist's manuscript. Copyright notice to lower left corner of p. 3: "Copyright 1930 by Arnold Schönberg, Berlin." Printed note to lower right corner of last page of music: "Schrift und Druck Rokodruck, Berlin." Titling of upper wrapper identical with title except lacking imprint. Wrappers soiled; corners slightly chipped. . Second edition. Rufer (Engl.) pp. 58-60. Ringer p. 317. Tetsuo Satoh pp. 23-24. The manuscript on which the edition is based is lost. The first edition, from 1929, lacks the reference to Edition Benno Balan in the imprint and carries a typeset copyright notice dated 1929. It is also a facsimile, but is based on a different, partially autograph, manuscript. Max Blonda is a pseudonym of Schoenberg's (second) wife, Gertrud, née Kolisch (1898-1967). Von heute auf morgen is Schoenberg's first opera and also the first dodecaphonic opera by any composer. "For Schönberg it was the twelve-tone system that held the key to the future, and in 'Von heute auf morgen' he was seeking to prove that that key was not incompatible with popular success. The 1930 performances at the Frankfurt Opera and over the radio disappointed the composer. His hopes for popular success were not realized. Within two months of the premiere Schönberg was to pen the rather defensive essay 'My Public,' an essay in which he argues that 'expert judges'—principally conductors, performers, and others with influence in the musical world—are to blame for the lack of understanding of his music." Website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna

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        Collection of Six Original Photographs of Vancouver, B.C.].

      1930 - Ca. 1930. Six silver gelatin prints ca. 17x22 cm (6 ½ x 9 in) and two silver gelatin ca. 6x22,5 cm (2 ½ x 9 in) and smaller. All but one with the Leonard Frank Photos studio stamp on verso and two with the additional blind stamp. Some images with damage: one with minor creasing and with a small chip of lower blank margin; one with a small chip of lower blank margin and a small hole slightly affecting image; one with a crease and a break, but overall a good collection. The attractive images show; Granville Street; English Bay Beach; Waterfront Vancouver; Vancouver Steamship Docks; Vancouver Panorama; Kitsilano Swimming Pool - Largest Salt Water Pool in Canada. Leonard Frank (1870-1944) was a BC photographer who started in Alberni (ca. 1898-1916), but became famous during his almost 40-years career in Vancouver (1917-1944). Forced to leave Vancouver Island because of anti-German sentiments during WW1, Frank "established a brief partnership in Vancouver with Orville J. Rognon between 1918 and 1919 as the Commercial Photo Company. Frank continued to operate under that name until about 1926-1927 when he started using his own name for the business. Leonard Frank Photos established an enviable reputation as industrial and commercial photographers and Leonard Frank continued photographing almost until he died" ("Camera Workers." online, vol. 1, 2). Two major collections of Leonard Frank's photos are housed in the Vancouver Public Library and the Jewish Museum & Archives of B.C.

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        The Last Hero Signed Leslie Charteris

      UK: Hodder & Stoughton, 1930. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. The Last Hero by Leslie Charteris Signed First Edition Hodder & Stoughton 1930. No foxing or browning, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY LESLIE CHARTERIS with customary 'Saint' doodle.

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        Gästebuch des Kurhaus Waldheim Öhningen (bei Konstanz) mit zahlreichen Einträgen wie nachfolgend beschrieben und einige Dokumente zum Kurhaus

      Öhningen, 1930.. 37 beschriebene Seiten, der Rest leer Lederalbum, gutes Ex.. Das Gästebuch angelegt vom Schriftsteller Ludwig Finckh beginnt mit einem Eintrag von ihm: "Gästebuch, Kurhaus Waldheim in Öhningen auf dem Schienerberg"; es folgen eine kl. s/w Fotografie des Kurhauses; 1 Seite von Ludwig Finckh aus Gaienhofen vom 3. Mai 1930; eine weitere Seite von Ludwig Finckh; 1 Seite von Dr. Carl Arnoldt Studiendirektor Konstanz und Gattin 10.6.1930; 1 Seite Hede Mergenthaler, Lene Heermann, Annie Stoll; noch ein s/w Foto des Kurhauses; 1 Seite und Beilage Gedicht von Dr. Wilhelm Baenkler, Konstanz v. 3. September 1930 (Sein Sohn Hans-Joerg geb. 1939 heiratete später in das Bernadotte-Geschlecht ein); 1 Seite von Melitta Baenkler-Rampp (Hatte 1926 Kontakt zu dem Schriftsteller, Journalist, Redakteur, Theaterkritiker Michael Georg Conrad (1846-1927); Abschiedslied unserer Kurgäste; 2 Seiten von Ludwig Finckh Mai 1931; 1/2 Seite Gedicht von Carlos von Tschudi, Zürich 1931 (1885-1957 schweizerischer Schriftsteller); Gedicht Marie Erne Schaffhausen 14. Juni 1931; Gedicht Marie Jetzler Schaffhausen 1931; wieder 1 S. Ludwig Finckh; Eintrag Karl Stirner, Maler Ellwangen 31. August 1931 (Anm. 1882-1943, dt. Maler, Illustrator und Schriftsteller Mitarbeiter von Hermann Hesse und bekannt mit Ernst Ludwig Kirchner; kl. Eintrag von Hans Losch; Peter Burscheidt Peoria-Illinois USA; Konrad Kaltschmidt Konstanz Sept. 1931; Amalie Grafs, Mannheim-Neckarau Sept. 1931; 1 Seite Ludwig Finckh; W. Friedrich Baumeister aus Berlin Juli 1932; Max Gerner Stuttgart Juli 1932; ganzseitige sehr schöne Federzeichnug des Waldheim von MKW; Georg Schaefer; Josef Böhringer (evtl. Direktor der NSU Werke) Mai 1933; 1/2Seite Ludwig Finckh; Ernst und Melanie Fürst aus Karlsruhe Juli 1933; 1 Seite mit Zeichnung in Blei Walther Krötzsch Thomasschule in Leipzig 12.8.1933 (1878-1951, dt. Zeichenlehrer. Krötzsch wirkte als städtischer Zeichendirektor und lehrte seit 1914 an der Thomasschule zu Leipzig. Außerdem war er bis 1936 Schriftleiter und Herausgeber der Zeitschrift für Kunsterziehung Schauen und Schaffen, zahlreiche Publikationen); Erich Leiner (1885-1945) Bauingenieur aus Konstanz mit Frau Edith (korrespondierte mit Ferdinand Graf Zeppelin, im Internet kursierte eine Postkarte von Zeppelin an sie); 1 Seite Heinrich Lotter mit farbiger Zeichnung vom Bodensee (Heinrich Lotter 1875 - 1941 ist zunächst als Rechtsanwalt in Stuttgart tätig, ehe er sich der Malerei verschreibt. Er besucht die Kunstakademie in Karlsruhe und lässt sich 1920 auf der Insel Reichenau nieder, die er schon zuvor zu seinem Ferienparadies wählte. Ein Großteil seiner Werke entsteht auf der Reichenau und zeigt den See und die Unterseelandschaft rund um die Insel); Emilie Geistbeck geb. Hausen; Marie Knoblauch Heidelberg; Dr. Joachim Müller Studienassessor an der Thomasschule Leipzig August 1934; Ida Kuntz 16.8.1934 (hier mit "Heil Hitler" unterschrieben; 1 s/w Foto; 1 lose beiliegendes gedrucktes Blatt des Schriftstellers Carlos von Tschudi "Schweizerglaube", SIGNIERT Waldheim 14.6.31 CvTschudi; Erneuter Eintrag von Walther Krötzsch (s.o.); Ganzseitige Zeichnung und Gedicht von Jürgen Geißbart (??) Maler Tuttlingen, 23. August 1934; 1 Seite Helene Le Roi August 1934; wieder Ludwig Finckh; ein Alfons ?meier; Eugenie Wengert Konstanz Oktober 1934; Heinrich Lotter (Farbige Zeichnung, Text Lore Lotter die Tochter, signiert H. Lotter und Frau daneben ein H. Knauss; Lia Keller Müttererholung der N.S.V. (= NS Volkswohlfahrt) vom 24.6.1935; Anneliese Wissert, 1 s/w Foto; Helen Knecht-Karlsruhe Oktober 1935; Sophie Struthoff; 1 s/w Foto; Ostermontag 10. April 1939 Eintrag ganzseitig Ludwig Finckh; Fritz Lehmann (1904-1956) wohl der dt. Dirigent 1939-45 in Wuppertal-Barmen und Leonie Lehmann 17.7.1939; 1 s/w Foto vom Waldheim; dann 6 S. mit 4 kl. Fotos von Ludwig Finckh 1940 bis 1. Mai 1943; Ludwig Finckh 21. März 1948 und zum ersten Mal Konrad Finckh (wohl der Sohn); dann folgen die letzten 3 von Ludwig Finckh beschriebenen Seiten datiert 17. Oktober 1948; 3. Juli 1949 und der letzte am 12. Mai 1960 /////////////// DABEI: zahlreiche Dokumente: beglaubigte Abschrift des Kaufvertrages zwischen Hotelier Wilhelm König Öhningen und Landkreis Konstanz für den Kauf des Kurhaus Waldheim (3 Blatt); (Wilhelm König war Inhaber des Künstlerhauses in Karlsruhe) sowie 2 Zeitungsartikel von 1952 zum Waldheim ////////////// DABEI: 3 Blatt maschinenschriftlich von Josef Zimmermann zur Geschichte des Waldheims (Manuskript für einen Vorabdruck im Südkurier (für den ehem. Besitzer Wilhelm König, signiert von Josef Zimmermann) (Zimmermann war Regionalhistoriker, Lehrer und NSLB Kreisabschnittsverwalter) ////////// DABEI: 8 Blatt Abbildungen (4 Motive, Postkartengröße und etwas größer) //////////// 3 Seiten Gedicht "Hoheiten" von MK und W. (MK = lt. beiliegendem Zettel "Martha Kunz") ////////// 1 Seite hs. mit kl. Zeichnung "An ihn" Lobesgedicht für den Besitzer Wilhelm König ////////// 1 Blatt maschinenschriftlich Lobesgedicht auf die Königs "An M.K. von A.K. W.K." (= An Martha und Wilhelm König von Auguste und Walther Krötzsch; s.o. (22. Meuert 1936); ////////////// 4 Blatt mit Texten v. Krötzsch und 2 Fotos (Krötzsch und König) ////////// Doppelblatt Gedichte wohl v. Krötzsch "Ew. Liebden seind geladen" /////////// kleines selbstgefertiges Fotobroschürchen mit 6 Fotos vom Waldheim (von Walther Krötzsch angelegt am 10.8.1936) //////////// 1 Orig. Briefbogen mit ganzseitigem Gedicht (wohl von Ludwig Finckh; Waldheim 4. August 1932) /////////// 4 Doppelblatt (verschiedene Formate) mit Sprüchlein und 3 Orig.zeichnungen (2 in Farbe) von Walther Krötzsch) ///////////// 1 Blatt kleiner Text mit Foto von Krötzsch und der Damen Kuntz und König ///////////// Doppelblatt mit 2 Fotos der Königs und je einem Gedicht (wohl von Krötzsch) ///////// Weitere Lobeshymne auf Waldheim (evtl. von Finckh) ///////////// 2 kl. s/w Fotos von Martha und Wilhelm König /////////////// Ludwig Finckh (* 21. März 1876 in Reutlingen; gest. 8. März 1964 in Gaienhofen) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller und Arzt. Neben eigenen schriftstellerischen Erfolgen ist er bekannt durch seine Freundschaft mit Hermann Hesse, von der eine umfangreiche Korrespondenz erhalten ist. Während der gemeinsamen Gaienhofener Zeit (Hesse zog 1912 nach Bern) verband Hesse und Finckh eine enge Freundschaft. Aufgrund unterschiedlicher Ansichten entfremdeten sich Finckh und Hesse jedoch immer mehr. Zum einen vertrat Finckh ein Bild von Familie und Muttertum, das nicht Hesses künstlerischem Selbstverständnis entsprach. Zum anderen kritisierte Hesse Finckhs unkritische, nationalistische und antisemitische Haltung. Nach der "Machtergreifung" durch die Nationalsozialisten gehörte Finckh im Oktober 1933 zu den 88 Schriftstellern, die das Gelöbnis treuester Gefolgschaft für Adolf Hitler unterzeichneten.

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        The Bridge

      Paris: The Black Sun Press,, 1930. A Poem. Tall quarto. Original white wrapper, titles to spine and upper wrapper in red and black. With the original glassine jacket. Housed in the publisher's silver card slipcase A superb copy in the somewhat worn tissue and original silver-covered card slipcase which has had the lower panel and a small portion of the top panel renewed. First edition, first impression. One of 200 copies on Holland Paper from a total limited editi on of 284 copies. The Bridge was Crane's only attempt at a long poem, inspired by his view of the Brooklyn Bridge from his apartment in Columbia Heights, and includes three plates from photographs of the bridge by his friend Walker Evans.

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

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1930. 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.". Signed by Author and Celebrities. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Limited Edition.

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        Every Mother's Son [original title: Redheap]

      New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corporation. Fine in Near Fine dj. 1930. 4th printing. Hardcover. NOISBN . [lovely clean copy with no significant wear, remnant of vintage price sticker on rear pastedown; jacket bright and clean, with just a touch of smudging to the spine, a few tiny nicks at top and bottom edges of rear panel]. Lindsay's second novel (although seventeen years had gone by since his first, hence the lauding of him as a "new writer" in the jacket blurbs), a family saga set in a country town in Victoria, Australia, in the 1890s (supposedly based on his own hometown). Its protagonist is a 19-year-old lad whose dalliances with various local girls (including the parson's daughter) lead his family to place him under the tutelage of a school teacher who's also a recovering alcoholic -- and who also falls prey to the boy's corrupting influence. (And the rest of the family aren't exactly angels, either, as it turns out.) Although he was already widely known as an artist and illustrator, this fictional foray kicked off a new phase of Lindsay's career, that of literary bad boy; published in London by Faber & Faber, the book was banned in the author's native Australia until 1959. (It would not be the only one of Lindsay's novels to meet a similar fate.) The original U.K. edition is pretty scarce, the American edition ever-so-much-more-so -- and jacketed copies, in this kind of condition? Fuhgeddaboudit. .

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        FISH MARKET and EAST STREET, FOLKESTONE HARBOUR

      no date, but circa 1930 - Pair of watercolours, each 12 x 7 inches, framed and glazed in conservation materials, overall size 16.5 x 11.5 inches. A pair of unsigned, charming depictions of the houses in Fish Market and East Street, looking east, down narrow cobbled streets that have since been redeveloped. The streets are festooned with the everyday accoutrements of the fishing trade: nets, pots etc., and the buildings include herring hangs and sail lofts as well as dwellings. These paintings probably date from around the 1920s, and the buildings were demolished in 1935 following a landslip, and most were designated as slums.

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        George Eastman. With an Introduction by Edwin R. A. Seligman.

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1930 - Octavo. Original green cloth, spine and front board lettered gilt, top edge yellow. With the dust jacket. Titles to spine slightly faded, tips rubbed, internally fine; an excellent copy in the jacket that has toned spine, some nicks and chips to extremities, two short closed tears to head of rear panel, and tape repairs to extremities. Portrait frontispiece with tissue guard and 24 plates. First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by Eastman on the front free endpaper in pencil: "To Francis [indecipherable] Jr. from George Eastman, March 1930." Eastman (1854-1932) was an American innovator and entrepreneur who founded the Eastman Kodak Company and popularized the use of roll film. A short essay on Eastman by Lord Riddell entitled "An Appreciation" is laid-in.

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        Andy Blake & The Pot of Gold By Leo Edwards. With Rare Color Dustjacket of Goose on Table Laying Golden Eggs Surrounded By Men, 1 in Vest, One with Blue Navy Suit with Blue Hat & White at Neck in Front Fireplace

      Grosset & Dunlap, 1930. HBDJ, 1930, 1st Edition, 1st printing, Lists thru this Title on DJ Back, DJ Light Rub, wear, NF+/VG-, AS-IS, FOXING & small Chips Scuff, Tears Extremities, Small Triangular Chip & smaller corner Chip Front DJ, Small Chips Spine DJ Ends, DJ has chips to spine top and bottom plus larger chip to bottom of front panel below authors name affecting Portion Blurb at Bottom, DJ Lettered in Red outlined in Black front DJ, Pretext Lists thru this Title, THICK Red Cloth lettered in Yellow Outlined in Black, 228 pgs + ADS. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good.

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        Our Government.

      New York: Knopf, 1930. - Second printing. With a presentation inscription from the author reading "To Miss Hortense Alden--That she may be enabled to cast her ballot more intelligently at the next election, James M. Cain." Spine darkened with a faint dampstain on the covers but certainly very good in the d/w which is chipped and worn. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        THE APES OF GOD

      The Arthur Press. London. 1930. FIRST EDITION. LIMITED EDITION. Large 8vo. (10 x 8 inches). One of 750 numbered copies signed by Lewis. The Main Title page and each chapter semi title leaf illustrated with designs by Lewis. Original beige buckram binding with green lettering to the spine. In the original colour printed dustwrapper featuring a design by Lewis. The first and last few pages are affected by some foxing and the front blank free endpaper has a few tape marks to the outer margin, otherwise a clean copy throughout. The dustwrapper has a few light stains, but none too obtrusive, and is a little chipped and rubbed to the edges. The spine is a little darkened. Overall a very good copy in a very good dustwrapper.

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

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1930. 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.". Signed by Author and Celebrities. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Limited Edition.

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        Entwurf Bilderbuch - Bub. 7 Orig.-Tuschzeichnung, handkoloriert (5 verschiedene Sujets).

      ca. 1930 - 25 x 25 cm, Min. gebrauchspurig, min. fleckig. Entwürfe für ein Bilderbuch, aus familiären Nachlass.- Josef Divéky, auch Josef von Divéky (1887-1951) ungarischer Grafiker und Designer. Nach Besuch einer privaten Malschule studierte Divéky 1905?1907 an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien bei Alois Delug und 1907?1910 an der Wiener Kunstgewerbeschule Schüler bei Rudolf Larisch und Berthold Löffler. Beruflich war Divéky als Gebrauchsgrafiker in Wien, Zürich, Brüssel und Budapest erfolgreich tätig. Ab 1919 lebte er in Bethlis in der Schweiz. Wegen einer Steuerschuld wurde Diveky von den schweizer Behörden ausgewiesen. Ab 1941 lehrte er an der Kunstgewerbeschule Budapest. 1951 Krankheit und Suizid.Divéky arbeitete für die Wiener Werkstätte, als Designer für die Glaslusterfirma Lobmeyr. Er war ein hervorragender Grafiker und Buchillustrator, schuf zahlreiche Exlibris, publizierte in verschiedenen Zeitschriften. 1200 gr.

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        USSR in Construction (USSR im BAU). 1930, nos.1-6 (January-June)

      State Publishing House of the RSFSR, Moscow 1930 - The first six issues of this landmark Soviet art magazine, issued from 1930 to 1941 to celebrate the achievements of the first two Five Year Plans and (through various foreign-language editions) to propagandize the stark contrast between the vibrant Soviet economy during this period and the stagnation of Western economies under capitalism. "All the visual strategies of the propaganda photobooks, designed by Lissitsky, Rodchenko and others.were developed in USSR in Construction, one of the most beautifully produced magazines of the twentieth century" (Parr-Badger, The Photobook, I:148).The present issues are dedicated to the subjects of oil production, electric energy and centrifuges, textile workers, ship building, railroads, construction, and the production of field machinery. Extensively illustrated throughout with half-tone photographs of subjects for each themed issue. An attractive group; issues from the first year of the magazine are notably uncommon. Five folio issues (42cm); printed card wrappers, stapled; 48; 32; 32; 48; 48pp; illus; text is in English and German. Issue No.1 stated "Second Edition", remaining issues in the First Edition. All issues signed in pencil by previous owner at lower right corner of front wrapper (Kurt V. Müeller), with light overall wear and dustiness to wrappers, oxidation to staples, and slight mustiness; faint, shallow staining to gutters of 2 issues and right margins of 1 issue; nos.4 and 5-6 (double issue) each with a small chip to rear wrappers; overall and unrestored, Very Good+ run.

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        Ash Wednesday

      Fountain Press/ Faber & Faber, New York & London 1930 - First edition, limited issue. One of six hundred numbered copies, printed on handmade paper at the Curwen Press and signed by the author. 1 vols. 12mo. Gallup A15; Modern Movement 65 Blue cloth, decorated and lettered in gilt, t.e.g. Usual slight offset to endsheets, else a fine copy in slightly chipped glassine, in slightly soiled slipcase with short cracks at two joints. The whole enclosed in custom cloth slipcase and chemise First edition, limited issue. One of six hundred numbered copies, printed on handmade paper at the Curwen Press and signed by the author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Reich drappiert" originales Ölgemälde auf Holz ca.21x27cm; links oben signiert; um 1930

      - Das feine Gemälde mit leichter Krakelierung. Maße im aufwendig gearbeiteten und blattvergoldeten Holzrahmen (31x36,5cm) der renommierten Münchner Fachwerkstatt Petzenhammer.

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        Settima Festa delle Camelie Locarno 26-27 Aprile 1930

      1930.. Color lithograph poster, sheet 37 1/2 x 27 1/2 inches. Originally folded, now backed on linen (not recently) and attached to wooden rods at upper and lower edges; tie at upper edge for hanging. Wear / slight separation to upper panel of vertical fold, light wear at folds elsewhere, small name written in ink at upper left corner, a few soft creases in image but overall image is clean and bright. Brilliantly colored image of men and women in local dress in a boat decorated with camellias. .

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        The Bungalow Mystery

      Grosset & Dunlap 1930 - The true first edition, first printing, Farah Guide 1930A-1. all With correct ads and lists. Very good in a very good dust jacket. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. The third book in this classic and path-breaking series, issued simultaneously with the first two books. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lichtbilder

      Verlag Henri Jonquieres, Paris and Leipzig 1930 - The 1930 1st edition of this uncommon --and sumptuous-- monograph on the great Parisian photographer Eugene Atget. #975 of only 1,000 copies issued. The photographs, on each recto, are printed in a rich gravure and each verso, as if to add dramatic effect, is left blank. Still solid and tightly-bound. G+ in its original beige cloth, with pronounced soiling to the panels and darkening at the spine. Still though, a perfectly presentable copy. Quarto, a 28 pg. Introduction by Camille Recht plus 96 beautiful Atget photographs. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Corps et biens

      Nrf 1930 - - Nrf, Paris 1930, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des exemplaire du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de Robert Desnos à René Arcos. Quelques rares rousseurs sur les plats de couverture. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition, a copy of the press service. Signed autograph of the author René Arcos [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        4 albums of 87 watercolors and drawings of Life and Sport in Ceylon

      no place, but Sri Lanka, 1930. 87 mounted sheets of original watercolors (57) and pen, ink or pencil drawings (30), most signed, together with a 1 page typed letter signed from the Manager of the Queens Hotel in Kandy, addressed to Webster, reproving him for his behavior "in the Hotel Dining Room last Sunday night," Webster has added a number of pen and ink thumbnail sketches illustrating what he had got up to. 4 vols. Oblong 4to. Bound in various commercial albums: 2 in "The Beacon Album" & 2 in "The Cambrian Album." With a small obituary notice on front pastedown of one volume. 87 mounted sheets of original watercolors (57) and pen, ink or pencil drawings (30), most signed, together with a 1 page typed letter signed from the Manager of the Queens Hotel in Kandy, addressed to Webster, reproving him for his behavior "in the Hotel Dining Room last Sunday night," Webster has added a number of pen and ink thumbnail sketches illustrating what he had got up to. 4 vols. Oblong 4to. One album opens with a typed letter from the manager of The Kandy Queens Hotel, Oct. 1927, assessing Mr. C.M. Webster of Ellamulla, Kandapola for 5/ for breakage. A tea planter by trade, Webster has masterfully annotated the letter and the verso with pen and ink drawings of the goings on. Although Webster was clearly an amateur, the best images in this collection are funny and very well designed and executed. He was able to adopt a number of different styles, from pure Art Deco to images echoing the dynamic rhythm of the woodcuts of Claude Flight. The subjects depicted include baseball(!), fencing, hunting, shooting and riding. Various places are referred to: Galella, Ellamulle, Kandapola (all tea plantations), and the Hunter's Arms. A friend, Lionel S. Boys, who appears to have visited Webster, comes in for some "ribbing." It is noted online that C.M. Webster worked as the Assistant Manager on the Ellamulle (or Yellamalle in Tamil) Plantation from 1927 to 1930. As a whole, the drawings offer some indirect insight into the off-duty antics of British colonials in Sri Lanka. Webster died "at his home Wrantage, Somerest, former tea planter and writer. Dear father of Diana and Glenys and grandfather of Lyndsley and dear brother of Anthony"

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        The Man in the Brown Suit [The Bodley Head Mysteries Series]

      Published by John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd., London First Thus Edition . London 1930. - Hard back binding in publisher's original royal blue cloth covers, lime green title and author lettering to the spine, blind title and two inset diagonal lime green lines in the corners of the upper panel. 8vo. 7½'' x 5''. Contains [viii] 310 [ii] printed pages of text. Without any ownership markings. Very near Fine condition book, in scarce Very Good condition dust wrapper with the black silhouette of a man holding a necklace to the front cover. Small surface rubbing, probably where a label has been removed, from the front cover, multi colours to the spine sun darkened, one small chip to the foot of the spine, priced 2/6 to the spine. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection, this protects and prolongs the life of the paper, it is not adhered to the book or to the dust wrapper. We currently hold in stock 110 other titles by this author. Member of the P.B.F.A.-+- CHRISTIE, Agatha [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        £1000 All British House - stylish architectural "competition" piece, together with a group of examination and project drawings and printed plans by the same architect

      Bournemouth: , 1930-1936. Superbly-executed, large watercolour (754 × 540 mm; 29.69 × 21.26 in) on art board with a large rendering drawing of deco-style house and garden together with a lay-out plan; four elevations, two sections, and floor plans of the ground and first floors and the roof. Accompanied by 13 other architectural drawings in the same hand, full listing below. Named drawing with some fairly substantial pin [nail] holes to the margin, not encroaching on the image, slightly bowed, the other pieces with similar pin-holes and some surface soiling, but overall very good. Collection of drawings, 1930s, architectural studies, plans, one an approved design, the majority signed by Samuel Douglas Hardy, who seems to have been associated at the time with the Bournemouth architectural practice of H.R. Collins and A.E.O. Geens - responsible for the award winning Havering Town Hall, 1935 - possibly related to Phillip Hardy of Seal and Hardy, architects of the deco Bournemouth Echo Building. The main piece here would seem to be some sort of competition piece, very handsome indeed, and showing just what was possible for £1000 in the 1930s. It is accompanied by a group of drawings produced over a five year period while Hardy was evidently studying for his RIBA certification, but including at least one genuine project. 1/ An Old English Style Cottage. Unsigned, no date. Watercolour with pencil under-drawing and notation (342 × 577 mm; 13.5 × 22.75 inches) on cartridge paper. 2/ A Small Village School. Signed and dated June, 1930. Watercolour, pencil under-drawing and notation (635 × 279 mm; 25 × 11 inches) on cartridge paper. Two elevations, block plan, ground plan, three sections. 3/ Design for a Garage for 3 Cars & Chauffeur's Quarters Over. Signed and dated June 1930. Watercolour, pencil under-drawing and notation (304 × 330 mm; 12 ×13 inches) on cartridge paper. Frontal elevation, ground and first floor plans. 4/ A Drinking Fontain and Shelter. Signed and dated Oct. 1930. Watercolour, pencil under-drawing and notation (330 × 240 mm; 13 × 9.5 inches) on cartridge paper. Elevation and ground plan. 5/ Design for a Bay Window. Signed and dated Oct. 1930. Watercolour with pencil under-drawing and notation (304 × 298 mm; 12 × 11.75 inches) on cartridge paper. Section, elevation, and plan with the section repeated on a larger scale. 6/ A Garage and a Petrol Pump Shelter on a Main Arterial Road. Signed and dated Nov. 30. Watercolour frontal elevation with pencil under-drawing, and pencilled details plans, elevations and sections (330 × 520 mm; 13 × 25 inches), on cartridge paper. 7/ A Bus Shelter. Signed and dated, Dec/31. Pencil with coloured pencil crayon (330 × 482 mm; 13 × 19 inches) on cartridge paper. Side and end elevation, section, ground and roof plan. 8/ The West Porch, Christchurch Priory, Hampshire. Intermediate Examination RIBA, Testimony of Study No. 4. Undated, c.1931. Pencil and ink on Whatman Board (540 × 762 mm; 21.25 × 30 inches). Series of studies of mediaeval carved masonry, wrought iron, and the studded oak door. 9/ A Country Residence - Detail, North Facade. Intermediate Examination RIBA, Testimony of Study No. 7. Signed and dated 1931. Watercolour with pencil underdrawing (540 × 762 mm; 21.25 × 30 inches) on Whatman Board. Highly detailed, and heavily annotated large elevation, with two sections and full length ground plan. 10/ A Country Residence - Full Size Details. Intermediate Examination RIBA, Testimony of Study No. 8. Signed and dated 1931. Pencil details with some watercolour (540 × 762 mm; 21.25 × 30 inches) on Whatman Board. Series of detailed sketches for bronze, and wooden fitments for windows, staircase, architraves to full-scale. 11/ Proposed House Plot 133 Browning Avenue, Boscombe, Bournemouth for J.N. Hardy Esq. H.R. Collins FRIBA, A.E.O. Geens ARIBA, Regent Chambers … Bournemouth. July 1936. Outline draft print with watercolour (501 × 520 mm; 19.75 × 20.5 inches) on linen-backed lightly waxed paper. Three elevations, section, block and three floor plans. 12/ Proposed House & Garage. Plot 75 Queens Park Avenue, Bournemouth for S.D. Hardy Esq. Dated Dec/1936. Outline draft print with watercolour, extensive red ink and pencil annotations to the plans (501 × 679 mm; 19.75 × 26.75 inches) on linen-backed, lightly waxed paper. 13/ Duplicate of the above with variant annotation, and signed, inked approval "for and on behalf of the Malmesbury Estates Company" dated 24 December 1936. A revealing selection of plans, the imaginative modern style of student pieces contrasting sharply with the more typical British 30s villas of the genuine proposals.

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        Monnaies Byzantines et autres pays contemporaines à l'époque byzantine...La plus riche et la plus vaste collection privée Edizione originale

      Rodolfo Ratto Lugano Villa Ginevra a Besso 1930 .Catalogo originale per l'asta del 9 Dicembre 1930 tirato in soli 325 esemplari numerati,questo n.ro 66. 151 splendide pagine e 68 eccellenti tavole contenenti circa l'80% dei 2701 pezzi descritti.Le riproduzioni di monete sono state eseguite dallo Stabilimento Pezzini di Milano. In 8o grande, Legatura in mz.pelle verde scuro con angoli,piatti telati,titoli in oro al dorso..Ottima copia.Pp.151 + le tavole

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        Kandinsky

      Paris: Editions, 1930. First Edition. Paperback. Near fine/very good. 74 photogravure reproductions + one colour wood engraving by Kandinsky with contributions by Maurice Raynal, Katherine S Dreier, Christian Zervos, and others. Limited edition of 610 copies (this is copy 334). Interior of book is fine, jacket has wear around spine, with seperation at top and bottom, and very minor scuffing Example no. 334/610

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        Poems (Two) 1925

      London: The Aquila Press, , 1930. Quarto. Original red and white patterned boards designed by by Elliott Seabrooke, printed paper label to front board. Ownership inscription to front pastedown. Spine toned, spine ends and tips a little worn, paper a little torn to head of spine, internally fine. An excellent copy. First edition. Number 61 of 150 copies, signed by the author. From the library of Anthony Hobson, with his bookplate to the front pastedown. With a presentation slip and typescript of the poems laid-in, inscribed by Nancy Cunard to Anthony Hobson.

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        Entwurf Bilderbuch - Mädchen. 9 Orig.-Tuschzeichnung, handkoloriert (3 verschiedene Sujets).

      ca. 1930 - 25 x 25 cm, Min. gebrauchspurig, min. fleckig. Entwürfe für ein Bilderbuch, aus familiären Nachlass.- Josef Divéky, auch Josef von Divéky (1887-1951) ungarischer Grafiker und Designer. Nach Besuch einer privaten Malschule studierte Divéky 1905?1907 an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien bei Alois Delug und 1907?1910 an der Wiener Kunstgewerbeschule Schüler bei Rudolf Larisch und Berthold Löffler. Beruflich war Divéky als Gebrauchsgrafiker in Wien, Zürich, Brüssel und Budapest erfolgreich tätig. Ab 1919 lebte er in Bethlis in der Schweiz. Wegen einer Steuerschuld wurde Diveky von den schweizer Behörden ausgewiesen. Ab 1941 lehrte er an der Kunstgewerbeschule Budapest. 1951 Krankheit und Suizid.Divéky arbeitete für die Wiener Werkstätte, als Designer für die Glaslusterfirma Lobmeyr. Er war ein hervorragender Grafiker und Buchillustrator, schuf zahlreiche Exlibris, publizierte in verschiedenen Zeitschriften. 1200 gr.

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        Shell Motor Tours

      Cairo: Shell Company and the Royal Automobile Club of Egypt,, 1930. A complete guide to the best and most interesting provincial and desert routes in Egypt. Octavo. Original card wraps printed in red and black. A little rubbed and soiled on the wraps, light marginal toning, overall very good. First edition. Fascinating early moto-tourist handbook for Egypt. Tours are listed with Cairo and Alexandria as starting points, beginning with 50-mile round trips, such as Cairo to the pyramids at Saqqara, and extending to considerably longer journeys, including Cairo to Luxor and Alexandria to the isolated Siwa Oasis: testament to a time when Egypt was perhaps more easily navigable than it is today. Routes are meticulously described and the notes pages are filled with detailed itineraries in manuscript, not limited to Egypt but also including routes to Jerusalem and Petra. No copy traced institutionally.

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        HIMALAIA CASHMIRIANO. Spedizione Mario Piacenza. Appendici scientifiche di Borelli - Calciati - Della Beffa - Gola - Negri - Roccati - Zavattari. Illustrazioni di Mario Piacenza.

      Rizzoli s.d. (ma 1930). In - 4 p., tela edit., pp. (6),391,223,(2), molto ben illustrato nel t. da oltre 300 immagini fotografiche in b.n. e - f.t. - da 59 tavv. in tinta, 7 panorami ripieg. e un grande schizzo topografico dei ghiacciai himalaiani esplorati dalla spedizione Mario Piacenza nel 1913 (più volte ripieg.). ?Tre erano le finalità dell?impresa: esplorativa, alpinistica, scientifica. Per l?esplorazione fu scelta la zona montagnosa a cavallo delle regioni di Suru (Ladak), Zanskar, Maru - Wardvan e Kistvar e culminante nelle vette del Nun - Kun. La spedizione conseguì anche due notevolissime vittorie alpinistiche superando la vetta del Kun (m. 7095) e quella del picco Z3 (m. 6270) che fu battezzata Cima d?Italia. Gli scopi esplorativi ed alpinistici - pienamente conseguiti - sono consacrati nei 13 capitoli nei quali il volume è diviso, come in 6 Appendici sono consegnati i risultati scientifici?. Esempl. ben conservato.

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        The Gun Room Guide

      London: Eyre and Spottiswoode (Publishers) Ltd, 1930. First edition, no. 146 of 150 deluxe copies signed by the author. Illustrated with 12 full-page color plates by Philip Rickman and H. Frank Wallace. ix, 183 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Quarter vellum and cloth boards, t.e.g. Minor traces of wear, some occasional traces of foxing. Fine. One of 150 Copies Chute 564 (not recording the deluxe ed.)

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        British Airways Building, London.

      c. 1930 - Gelatin silver print. Photographer's stamp, title in ink on reverse. Good tonal range and in good condition; upper right corner slightly creased. Dimensions: 21 x 14 cm.

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        Farmyard With Chickens

      c.'s 1930 - Gelatin silver print. 15.5cm x 22.5cm. 'James Carr' stamp on reverse.

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        MOBY DICK Or The Whale

      New York: Random House. 1930. First edition thus. Original black cloth with silver titles to the upper board and spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, the binding a little rubbed at the extremities, the contents with an erased pencil name from the front free endpaper otherwise clean and bright throughout. Complete with the better than very good original dustwrapper which is lightly nicked at the extremities, with some darkening of the spine and a vertical crease to the upper and lower panels where it was once folded. An attractive example of this beautifully illustrated edition. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        HAVETH CHILDERS EVERYWHERE. Fragment from Work in progress

      Henry Babou and Jack Kahane, Paris. The Fountain Press, New York. 1930. FIRST EDITION. Folio in fours. (11.2 x 7.6 inches). ONE OF 100 COPIES printed on imperial handmade iridescent Japan paper, numbered with a stamp and then signed by Joyce under the limitation notice (in pencil, as the paper would not take ink), from a total edition of 685 copies. This copy is number 47 of this, the most luxurious issue, originally priced at $40 when published: The edition was completed by 500 copies printed on handmade linen, priced at $20; and another 10 copies printed on imperial handmade iridescent Japan paper and 75 on handmade linen, these latter two issues were designated writer's copies and numbered in roman numerals. Untrimmed and partly unopened in original white paper covers printed in black and green to the spine and front panel, and in the original glassine wrapper. Enclosed in the original folding card wrapper covered with gilt paper and in the original green paper-covered slipcase with gilt edges and facings and now housed in a quarter green morocco cloth solander box with marbled paper on boards. Spine with raised bands. Gilt lettering and ruling. The book is fine throughout but the protective board and slipcase have some rubbing to the edges and corners. ----- Copies were generally issued in paper covers, with a glassine wrapper. Some copies of the special issues were additionally enclosed, as is this copy, in a three-panel card wrapper covered with gilt paper, and housed in a publishers green paper covered slipcase with gilt edges. The entire construct is relatively delicate and especially liable to chip. Calhoon, (no.41.) notes that there is an account of the publication of this book in Jack Kahane's Memoirs of a Booklegger, published in London in 1939.

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        The Birth of Western Painting

      London: George Routledge & Sons, Ltd,, 1930. A History of Colour, Form, and Iconography, illustrated from the Paintings of Mistra and Mount Athos, of Giotto and Duccio, and of El Greco. With 94 Plates. Quarto. Original white cloth-backed red cloth, titles to spine gilt, roundel to front board in blind, top edge red, others untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Black and white frontispiece and 93 plates. Some minor soiling to foot of spine, sporadic light foxing to contents. An excellent copy in a rubbed jacket with small ballpoint pen mark to spine panel, a few nicks and tiny closed tears. First edition, first impression. Number 359 from a limited edition of 650 copies.

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        Sammlung C. Castiglioni Wien (1930)

      FONT>Sammlung Dr. Hans Wendland Lugano (1931) 1930 - A collection of beautifully illustrated German auction catalogues from the early 1930sIn GermanBound in blue paper covered boards. Die Sammlung Erich von Goldschmidt-Rothschild Tafelband is a volume of plates only. These auction catalogues describe and picture a vast number of collectibles, from furniture to vases and artwork. The auctioneer for the lots which took place between 1930-1 was the well known Paul Graupe of Berlin. Two of the volumes detail the collection of Erich von Goldschmidt-Rothschild (1899-1987), of the famous Rothschild lineage. In the volume detailing Castiglioni's collection Otto von Falke (1862-1942) has contributed. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is some wear to the extremities including some discolouration to the spine panels andbumpingwith some loss. The front inner hinge to Sammlung Dr. Hans Wendland Lugano is strained and may fail in the post. Internally the pages are clean with someslight browning to the page edges. Overall the condition of the books is very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Southern Liang Dynasty tomb tomb Six Imperial College Examination Report Jian Kang Lanling Six tomb map test(Chinese Edition) LIANG DAI LING MU KAO NAN CHAO TAI XUE KAO LIU CHAO LING MU DIAO CHA BAO GAO JIAN KANG LAN LING LIU CHAO LING MU TU KAO

      Nanjing Press. hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover. Publisher: Press of Nanjing. Liang Dynasty tomb of the Republic of nineteen years (1930) Shanghai soil Gulf Yinshuguan Qianyin Ben for the master copy. the Wayne Chang . The book has a number of precious stone save photos. maps and hand-drawn chart. is the study of the Six Dynasties tomb in Nanjing and the surrounding area and the Stone Carvings of the first monograph. Southern Imperial College test to the Republic of eighteen years to ten years (1929-1930) History Magazine as the ... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        DREAM DAYS

      - GRAHAME,KENNETH. THE DREAM DAYS. London: John Lane / Bodley (1930). Tall 8vo, vellum backed marbled boards, FINE IN SLIP CASE. LARGE PAPER EDITION LIMITED TO ONLY 275 COPIES SIGNED BY KENNETH GRAHAME AND ERNEST SHEPARD. Printed on special rag paper and illustrated by ERNEST H. SHEPARD with beautiful black and whites. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Works

      New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co.,, 1930. The Crowborough Edition. 24 volumes, octavo (215 × 146 mm). Bound in contemporary blue half morocco, blue cloth sides, titles and decoration to spine gilt with raised bands, gilt rules to boards, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Photogravure frontispiece portrait with tissue-guard by Pirie MacDonald to Volume I. An exceptionally beautiful set, stunningly bound with a striking gilt footprint design to spines. First complete collected edition, number 521 of 760 sets signed by the author in volume I, of which 750 were for sale and ten for presentation. The Crowborough edition—named after the Sussex town where Doyle's home, Windlesham, was located—has double the number of volumes of the Author's Edition of 1903. Doyle had already signed sheets for it but his illness and death on 7 July 1930 prevented him seeing final publication of the work, and so it belongs to that select category, the posthumous signed limited edition. The introductions are reprinted from the Author's Edition, and the text is set from the existing editions without any corrections.

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        THE OPIUM MURDERS

      New York: Macaulay, 1930. First American Edition. First Printing. Octavo; light gray cloth, with titling and pictorial elements stamped in red on spine and front panel; dark blue topstain; dustjacket; 305pp, [5] ads. Very subtle fading to cloth along upper and lower board edges, else Fine. Dustjacket has a short closed tear along lower front joint, with a few tiny tears along upper edge of rear panel; Near Fine. The author's rare first book, in which the members of a dope ring (despite all precautions) are being systematically killed of by highly irregular methods. Originally published in the U.K. in 1927 under the title "Who?", this is the first of three novels written by Leonard Worswick Clyde under the pseudonym "Peter Baron." Rare in dustjacket.

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        The Picture Of Dorian Gray Illustrated by Majeska

      New York: Horace Liveright.. Fine; Dust soiling and light scratching to cloth. Tissue guard to . frontispiece loose.. 1930. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Quarter bound over black cloth boards in red morroco with five raised bands to spine. Gilt titles and decoration to edges. Top edge gilt others un-trimmed. This edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray is limied to 1540 copies of which 1500 only are for sale. The book is designed by Werner Helmer and printed from type at the Van Rees Press, the type distributed after printing. Copy No. 952. 8 art deco illustrations by Majeska including frontispiece which is signed by the artist. ; 281 pages; Signed by Illustrator; 1 .

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