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        My Early Life, the first edition, first printing inscribed and dated by the author in 1931, housed in a half-morocco preservation case

      London: Thornton Butterworth Limited, 1930. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very good. My Early Life is Churchill's extremely popular autobiography, covering the years from his birth in 1874 to his first few years in Parliament. This is the first edition, first printing, first state, first binding state, inscribed and dated by Churchill. The inscription in black in three lines on the upper blank endsheet preceding the half-title reads: "Inscribed by / Winston S. Churchill / 1931." When My Early Life was first published in late October 1930, reviewer Sir Harold Nicolson likened it to "a beaker of Champagne". It is widely regarded as among the most engaging and approachable of Churchill's books. My Early Life has been reprinted many times and signed copies of later editions are often obtainable, but a premium understandably appends to inscribed first editions. Here is the first edition, first printing. Moreover, first state is confirmed by only 11 Churchill titles in the "Works by the Same Author" box on the half-title verso. First binding state is confirmed by coarse cloth with the title and author stamped gilt in three lines on the front cover. The plum colored binding of this edition proved especially susceptible to fading, soiling, and wear; nearly all copies are considerably spine faded, the plum color frequently bleaching nearly white with sun exposure. Moreover, the contents are susceptible to heavy spotting and the binding is often cocked. This is a respectable, if imperfect, example in about very good overall condition. The original, unrestored plum cloth binding remains tight and square with a nicely rounded spine and minor wear primarily confined to the corners and spine ends. The spine retains brightly legible gilt, but is moderately faded and freckled. The front cover is clean and retains bright gilt, but is unevenly faded on three edges clearly due to being left exposed to sunlight with another book or rectangular object covering the majority of the cover. The rear cover remains bright with only light soiling at the edges. The lower corners are bumped. The inscription page shows only light spotting. The inscription itself remains unfaded. Ink from "1931" and the three dots from the lower case "i" in "Inscribed" "Winston" and "Churchill" have bled slightly onto the facing page, nicely confirming what we already know - that this volume's endpapers are original. The balance of the contents are in very good condition, particularly for an edition that proved prone to pervasive spotting. The contents remain respectably bright. Light spotting within is substantially confined to the prelims and index. We find no previous ownership bookplates or inscriptions. The sole interior mark appears to be that made by the author. Moderate page edge spotting only occasionally intrudes onto the inner page margins. The top edge is lightly dust soiled and all three edges show some age-toning. The book is protected in a new custom, half-morocco clamshell case commissioned by us from a talented, sole-proprietor UK binder. The leather is hand-dyed dark plum with raised spine bands, extensive gilt decoration, and an acid-neutral archival inner lining. The case spine is stamped "INSCRIBED" at the foot and is quite handsome on the shelf. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A91.1.a, Woods/ICS A37(aa), Langworth p.131.

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      Published by G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1930. 1st edition.. Hardback. Good. Illustrated by Rountree, Harry. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. This is Patrick O'Brian's first book, written when he was still in school, under his old name 'Patrick Russ'. Red cloth with green titles. Colour frontis, b/w illustrations. Caesar is a cub in the Tibetan forests; it follows his early wild life, how he became an orphan and also tells of his capture and taming. Covers unevenly faded with a few light marks. A few pale foxspots to prelims and last few pages. Else a clean copy. [S]

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        Meeting The Bear Market: How to prepare for the coming Bull Market

      Harper & Brothers, 1930-01-01. Hardcover. Good. First edition, first printingin scarce original jacket. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1930. 276 pp. First edition, first printing, first issue jacket. (Stated "First Edition" on copyright page.) About Good hardcover in Good+ dust jacket. Text free of marks and plates, etc. Not an ex-library copy! Light wrinkling to bottom of pages, not affecting text. Cloth discolored, paste downs dampstained. Lettering rubbed. Jacket shows a bit of dampstaining transfer of red dye around the bottom edges of the front and back panels, mostly on the verso. Pen mark on front panel, wear at head, rubbing and light soiling. Price intact ($2.50). Jacket is mylar-protected.A good example of the very scarce dust jacket of this long out-of-print investing book.

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        The Work of the New York Stock Exchange in the Panic of 1929

      Boston Association of Stock Exchange Firms, Boston, MA, U.S.A. 1930 - Softcover, saddle stitched, gray card wrappers with black title to cover, an address delivered by Richard Whitney (President of the New York Stock Exchange) before the Boston Association of Stock Market Firms, at the Algonquin Club, Boston, Massachusetts, June 10, 1930, 29 pp., Book Condition: Very Good, covers rubbed and light soil, general wear to edges, corners bumped, internally clean and unmarked, Contents: Here's a brief passage from the beginning of the book -- Gentlemen: I very deeply appreciate the compliment which you have paid me by inviting me to talk here tonight. I trust, however, that my presence as a former resident of Boston, may not be construed as the return of a prodigal son, even though I may seem deliberately to have courted the danger of creating such an impression by selecting as the subject of my remarks the stock market panic of last autumn. Boston has sometimes been accused of having caused all the trouble - a view which has largely arisen, I believe, from the startling prophecies made by a local financial soothsayer. I thoroughly realize the grave perils of attempting to deal with future events, and therefore, I intend to confine my remarks wholly to the past, in describing certain episodes of the panic as they appeared at the time to the administration of the New York Stock Exchange. II. The decline in share prices which ended in the panic began as early as mid-September. At first, however, the movement contained no suggestion of panic whatsoever. The volume of trading on the Exchange was active, but not at all out of hand. The downward trend of stock prices was gradual and several time interrupted by brisk rallies. Many people at the time complacently characterized this lower drift of prices as "a healthy reaction" or "a creeping bear market" - phrases wich in later weeks assumed a most unpopular and horrid significance. -- end. 29 pp., An EXTREMELY SCARCE 1930 TITLE on the 1929 CRASH, Highly Collectible. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Proof (sample print) of the magazine POLIGRAFICHESKOE PROIZVODSTVO (Polygraph Production 1930 No. 6-7)

      [Moscow: Printed in Nizhpoligraf], 1930. Text in Russian. SC. Magazine size: 11-1/2 x 8-1/2 in. (actual size of the proof: 11-1/2 x 17 in.). Design by N. Il'in. Cover of the magazine book was reproduced in V. Krichevsky's book on Nikolay Il'in. [Il'in, Nikolai (1894-1954): Well-known Soviet graphic artist. Polygraphy, book design. Chief artist of Nizhpoligraph publishing house. Constructivist, follower of Lissitzky. Exhibited in 1925 (Paris) with Kandinsky, Mayakovsky, Stenberg; in 1927 (Leipzig) with Lissitzky; in 1929 (Switzerland) with Klutsis; in 1931 (Paris) with Popova (p/h); in 1932 (Konigsberg) with Rodchenko, Stepanova, etc.] Please see the pictures. For more images please visit our website. .

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      - ABC. ABC MANUSCRIPT by Helen Belkin. No date, circa 1930. This is an amazing original ABC manuscript presented on 27 large pieces of artist board (one for each letter plus a dedication page). Each piece measures 14" wide x 18", housed in a black folder in overall fine condition. Each board has calligraphic text in rhyme using large letters above which is a large and charming full color illustration to accompany the letter. Bold primay colors are used against a grid background giving it the feel of an old fashioned sampler. "O" is for Oven / where goodies are made. / "P" is for Parrot, red, yellow and jade." Done by a very talented amateur, this is a wonderful manuscript alphabet.

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        AS I LAY DYING

      Jonathan Cape / Harrison Smith (1930), 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Jonathan Cape, 1930. First Edition, First Printing; Second issue with the "I" on page 11 properly aligned. Lacking the original dust jacket. Though pages are free of markings, evidence of erased pencil notations is lightly visible throughout. Faint smudges and offsetting to a few pages. Previous owner details on front paste down. Binding lightly shaken; Spine bowed inwards. Very light edge wear.

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        Manual Gráfico - Descriptivo Del Bibliófilo Hispano - Americano. (1475 - 1850).

      Vindel, Madrid 1930 - XI-374 pp., 2 h. = 2 h., 398 pp., 1 h. = 2 h., 339 pp., 1 h. = 2 h., 312 pp., 1 h. = 2 h., 401 pp., 2 h. = 2 h., 332 pp., 1 h. = 2 h., 372 pp., 2 h. = 2 h., 331 pp. = 2 h., 337 pp., 1 h. = 285 pp., 2 h. = y = 96 pp. de tasaciones e índices, más 7 y 205 pp. de suplemento. Impecable ejemplar encuadernado de época a media piel. Lomera con dos tejuelos y florones. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        My Early Life

      London: Thornton Butterworth Limited, 1930. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very good. This is the British first edition, first printing, first state of Churchill's extremely popular autobiography, covering the years from his birth in 1874 to his first few years in Parliament. The plum colored binding of this edition proved especially susceptible to fading, soiling, and wear; nearly all copies are considerably spine faded. Moreover, the contents are susceptible to heavy spotting and the binding is often cocked. This helps explain why so many first editions of this book have been torn apart and rebound. Finding superior copies in unrestored, original bindings is increasingly challenging. Here is one in very good plus condition. First state of the first printing is confirmed by the presence of only 11 Churchill titles listed on the half-title verso. This binding is smooth cloth with five lines on the front cover. (Note that the first edition, first printing is characterized by variations including both smooth and coarse cloth bindings, with either three or five line titles on the front cover.) The plum cloth binding is square and tight, retaining sharp corners and showing only trivial hints of soiling and wear. Spine presentation is notable for the edition. The spine remains nicely rounded with bright gilt and only mild sunning. The contents remain atypically bright and clean for the edition. We find no internal spotting. The sole previous ownership mark we find is an inked previous owner name and street address on the first free endpaper. The title page and dedication page leaves remain uncut. Modest spotting is confined to the page edges, with light dust soiling to the top edge. The book is protected in a removable, clear mylar cover. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A91.1.b, Woods/ICS A37(aa), Langworth p.131.

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      1930. 1. (BAUM,L.FRANK). THE YELLOW KNIGHT OF OZ by Ruth Plumly Thompson. Chic: Reilly & Lee (1930), 4to, brick red cloth, pictorial paste- on, FINE IN DUSTWRAPPER (dw wrinkled, some soil and lacks rear flap and price clipped). First ed. 1st state with plates coated both sides and spine imprint in bold face (Hanff - Greene XXIV) illustrated by J.R. NEILL with 12 plates plus many full page black and whites. A beautiful copy.

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        My Early Life

      London: Thornton Butterworth Limited, 1930. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very good. This is Churchill's extremely popular autobiography, covering the years from his birth in 1874 to his first few years in Parliament. This is the British first edition, first printing. The plum colored binding of this edition proved especially susceptible to fading, soiling, and wear; nearly all copies are considerably spine faded, the plum color frequently bleaching nearly white with sun exposure. Moreover, the contents are susceptible to heavy spotting and the binding is often cocked. That's why so many first editions of this book have been torn apart and rebound. Finding respectable copies in unrestored, original bindings is increasingly challenging. This binding is coarse cloth with five lines on the front cover. (Note that the publisher's first edition, first printing is characterized by variations including both smooth and coarse cloth bindings, with either three or five line titles on the front cover.) This is the second state of the first printing, with 12 Churchill titles listed on the half-title verso. Condition is very good. The plum cloth binding is square and tight. Spine presentation is quite good for the edition; the spine is only modestly sunned, retaining good, uniform color and bright spine gilt. The binding is unusually clean, particularly for a coarse cloth variant example, showing only very slight shelf wear and very light soiling. The contents are unusually clean; we find no spotting either internally or on the page ends. The contents are bright with no internal spotting. We note a single previous owner's name inked to the upper right ffep. The page edges show light spotting and the top edge some dust soiling. We found within a note from 1970 from the previous owner to the bookseller from whom this copy was purchased and have left this in the book. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A91.1.c, Woods/ICS A37(aa), Langworth p.131.

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      1930. (SEUSS,DR.)illus. FOILED BY ESSOLUBE: A JIG-SAW MELODRAMA by DR. SEUSS. This is a marvelous large 150 piece full color jig-saw puzzle, circa 1930's COMPLETE IN ITS ORIGINAL PICTORIAL ENVELOPE! Both the puzzle and the envelope are in nice condition Pictured in the puzzle are three people in a car successfully fighting off the Zero-doccus, the Karbo-nockus, the Moto-munchus, the Oilio-gobelus and the Moto-raspus with the caption reading "Foiled by Essolube." The envelope is illustrated in black line and on the back, the cast of characters is explained. Measuring 17" wide by 11 1/2" high, this is a fantastic Seuss item. See Dr. Seuss From Then To Now p.22 for color photo.

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        The Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus, Published in Facsimile and Hieroglyphic Transliteration with Translation and Commentary, In Two Volumes (Volume I-Hieroglyphic Transliteration, Translation and Commentary; Volume II-Facsimile Plates and Line for Line Hieroglyphic Transliteration)

      The University of Chicago Press, 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Issued without dustjackets. Signed by the author. Complete two volume set, signed by James Breasted on a special Kroch's Bookstore bookplate to Dr. Max Thorek. Dr. Thorek's innovative surgical techniques and practices are still widely used in surgery today, and he was also the founder of Thorek Memorial Hospital, still in operation in Chicago's Uptown neighborhood. Spines a bit rubbed and darkened, with wear to the edges and corners & light soiling to the covers. Text & plates clean & unmarked.

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        D'Ariane à Zoé. Alphabet galant et sentimental agrémenté de vers, de proses et de lithographies, par vingt-six écrivains et autant d'artistes.

      Paris, Librairie de France, 1930. - In-4°, 192p. Edition limitée à 220 exemplaires. Celui-ci un des 150 exemplaires numérotés sur papier d'Arche. Textes de Arnoux, Beucler, Cassou, Derème, Mac Orland, Morand, Valéry, etc. Lithographies originales par Maurice Barraud, Jean Berque, Bosshard, Dufy, Dunoyer de Segonzac, Kiyoshi Hasegawa, Marie Laurencin, etc. en feuilles, sous couverture imprimée rempliée, chemise et étui.

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        Shanghai of To-day: A Souvenir Album of Fifty Vandyke Gravure Prints of "The Model Settlement"

      Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, 1930 - Large quarto, 31.5*25.8cm, 10+14+50pp. Third edition 1930, revised and enlarged, complete with 50 plates (1928 first edition has 38 plates only). Spine rebound in leather. Outer covers clean and bright, but internal pages have scattered foxing spots, mostly to margins. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        A Map of Cape Cod and the Islands

      South Yarmouth, Mass.: E.D. West Co.. No date. Ca. 1930-1940.. Color pictographic / pictorial map, 22 x 18 inches on sheet 26 x 22 inches. Overall light to moderate creasing from rolling, light wear to left edge, map is clean and bright. An uncommon and quirky map featuring Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard (sic) and Nantucket Island with a few pictographs to liven things up: a large cartoonish sea creature with compass rose for an eye, Neptune holding a sign "Nantucket Sound" on his trident, lighthouses and various ships. Scale of 3 miles to the inch. .

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      1930. Paperback. Very Good. [PREWAR ARCHITECTURE] Obayashi Gumi. TOKYO GEKIJO. Osaka, Showa 5 [1930]. Large 8vo., wrappers, illustrated with photos throughout, along with many plans. A visual and textual discussion of Shochiku's TOKYO THEATRE, a large Western-style building designed for the performance of Kabuki, one of several Kabuki theatres in Tokyo which provided venues for Shochiku's near monopoly of traditional theatre at the time. Interestingly enough, the TOKYO THEATRE was the only one of Shochiku's venues to survive the war and became the center of Kabuki production during the Occupation. The Obayashi Gumi which built the theatre and published this guide, survives today as one of the major contractors in Japan. Very good condition throughout with slight soiling to the covers.

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        SSSR NA STROIKE ("USSR in Construction", "USSR im Bau", "URSS en Construction", "UdSSR im Bau"). Illustrated (Photo) Magazine

      Moscow: OGIZ, 1930's Moscow: OGIZ, 1930's Elephant folio (16-1/2" x 11-3/4") stapled wraps. Illustrated throughout with photographs. Scarce. Please see the picture. For more images please visit our website. Re previous inquiries: the number of issues and price may change! .

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        Dame de la cour - Dame en rouge".

      1930 - Deux gouaches originales sur papier cartonné gris, titrées (1930), 16 x 24 cm. et 32 x 48 cm. Dans la première gouache, une femme en buste, à la belle robe rouge, fait un geste de déclamation. L'autre gouache représente la "Dame de la Cour" vêtue d'une ample robe à crinoline dont les multiples volants de gaze sont maintenus par un magnifique noeud rouge, très "Art Déco". Pliure centrale. Peintures et Aquarelles

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        [Aviation]. Aircraft Markings

      N.p., (1930). (28)ff. An informative watercolor manuscript describing the wing and rudder markings of aircraft from the United States, Latin America, Asia, and Europe. Most of the markings date from around the end of World War I, charting the rise of military aviation. The wing marking included under the description "U.S.A. Navy" is the first National Aircraft Insignia for Naval aircraft, which was only used from 1917 to 1918. The symbol was then changed to resemble the markings of the other Allied Powers and to distinguish itself from the enemy. Interestingly, no markings are included from countries within the Central Powers. The illustrations and miniscule text have been executed with military-like precision. A fascinating view into the history of aviation, bound in full vellum. Front endpaper is detatched and cover shows slight soiling; else near fine. (3 by 2 1/4; 76x57mm).

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        Quinze mystères.

      - Gravés par Suzanne COCQ. S.l.n.d., (1930), in-16 carré, en ff., sous couv. ill. en coul. Suzanne COCQ, plus tard deviendra Mme Brocas, peintre née en 1894, à Bruxelles. Elle expose au Salon d'automne en 1926 Paysage et Effet de neige, et régulièrement des Paysages du Roussillon (Bénézit, 76, 3, 88). Sans page de titre cet ouvrage est composé de 15 planches hors-texte gravées sur cuivre illustrant les quinze mystères de la vie du Christ. Livres

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        LA NOSTRA NOVELA. Revista Literaria Popular. 61 números.

      - Revista Lliterària Popular Nostra Novela. Valencia. 17 maig 1930-11 Julio 1931. Completa. Autores: Maximilià Thous, Carles Salvador, Teodor Llorente, Ferrandis Luna, Lluís Guarner, Peris Celda, Almela i Vives Il. de A. Vercher, Llop, Renau, Pérez Contel, J.Llovera 17 x 12 cm. Rústica.

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        The Making of a Stockbroker

      DOUBLEDAY, DORAN & CO, NY 1930 - Book has general wear, rubbed extremeties, previous owners stamp on front endpaper, lightly age-toned pages, else, fine. Dust jacket has general wear, edges chipped and tanned, small chip in spine, creased edges, few closed tears. DATE PUBLISHED: 1930 EDITION: 341 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Garden City: Doubleday, Doran and Company. 1930. First. First edition. Fine in near fine dustwrapper with a small scrape at the top of the front panel. Inscribed by the author in the year of publication: "Inscribed for Alice Fells. Edna Ferber. April 1930." A novel of frontier life in Oklahoma. Wesley Ruggles directed the 1931 film starring Richard Dix and Irene Dunne, in her first major role, as a couple who brave the Oklahoma Land Rush (one of the greatest western scenes ever filmed) and then help settle the territory. It was an early winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture, and screenwriter Howard Estabrook also won an Oscar. A very nice copy, and uncommon signed. .

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        My Early Life, inscribed and dated pre-publication to Lord Beaverbrook, housed in a half-morocco preservation case

      London: Thornton Butterworth Limited, 1930. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very good. This first edition, first printing, is inscribed and dated six days prior to publication on the ffep. The unusually personal inscription inked in black in four lines on the ffep reads: "To Max / from / Winston / Oct 14. 1930". Confirmed by his bookplate, the inscription is to Lord Beaverbrook, William Maxwell Aitken (1879-1964, Knighted 1911, created Baron Beaverbrook 1917). Churchill met Beaverbrook in 1911. Their association proved lifelong, close, sometimes frictional, and both personal and professional. A dynamic young Canadian millionaire, Beaverbrook moved to England in 1910. Already a Member of Parliament in 1911, Beaverbrook quickly became both a force in Tory politics and a newspaper mogul. During and between two World Wars Churchill was supported by Beaverbrook, beset by him, employed by him, served in the Government with him, or some combination of the above. Their friendship lasted more than 50 years until Beaverbrook's death, less than a year before Churchill's own. Beaverbrook was one of the three close Churchill friends dubbed with some disapproval by Churchill's wife the "three Bs" - including Bracken and Birkenhead. Like Churchill, Beaverbrook was intelligent, opinionated, energetic, ambitious, and polarizing. A formidable friend, he defended Churchill after the WWI Dardanelles disaster. But just a few years after this book was inscribed their friendship suffered its greatest strain. During the 1930s Beaverbrook shared "the almost unanimous conviction of England's ruling classes that Winston exaggerates the Nazi menace". Beaverbrook opposed and belittled Churchill to the point of cruelty, calling his friend a "busted flush" and mocking his exclusion from Tory leadership. Churchill wrote a widely syndicated biweekly column for Beaverbrook's Evening Standard. But at the same time, Beaverbrook's famous cartoonist - Low - savaged Churchill. Beaverbrook fired Churchill after Munich for stridently opposing appeasement - both a financial blow and a lost rostrum. Beaverbrook then published news of Churchill's financial distress. Nonetheless, when Churchill returned to the Admiralty, he advocated to bring Beaverbrook into the Government. When Churchill became Prime Minister, Beaverbrook became Minister of Aircraft Production - despite the King's explicit reservations - and later Minister of Supply and Minister for Production. Beaverboook accompanied WSC on wartime visits to Roosevelt and led a British delegation to the Soviet Union, but resigned in 1942, precipitated by dissatisfaction with reconstruction of the Government. Churchill wrote to him: "We have lived & fought side by side through terrible days, & I am sure our comradeship & public work will undergo no break." and concluded "I am always yr affectionate friend." Beaverbrook continued to encourage and defend Churchill throughout the war and beyond. When Beaverbrook died, Churchill's secretary wrote privately "Sir Winston was deeply and obviously moved at Lord Beaverbrook's death, and in the last years no-one had been closer to him." Churchill's inscription is in excellent condition, the ink only modestly age faded and the page only slightly toned. The book itself is in very good condition. The original coarse cloth binding is square, clean, and tight with bright boards but with some of the spine sunning endemic to this edition, an unobtrusive glue repair to the cloth at the foot of the spine, and light wear to the lower rear hinge. The contents are bright and clean. Beaverbrook's armorial bookplate is affixed to the front pastedown, with loss at the edges from an apparent and thankfully aborted effort to remove it. The joints have been skillfully reinforced. Moderate spotting is confined to the page edges. The book is protected in a custom, half-morocco clamshell case in hand-dyed dark plum with raised spine bands and extensive gilt decoration. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A91.1.c, Woods/ICS A37(aa), Langworth p.131.

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        Beau Brummell, signed

      New York: Rimington & Hooper. 1930. Limited ed. Hardcover. Very Good +. Limited edition, number 472 of 550 copies signed by Woolf in her signature purple ink. 1930. Hardcover folio, 8pp. Designed and embellished by W. A. Dwiggins in several colors. Very good plus with some sunning to the spine, small spot on each cover, an occasional mere hint of foxing. Housed in a good slipcase which has been repaired with painted Japanese paper around the edges, has light scratching and shelfwear soil. Peacock appears on both the cover and the slipcase. Scarce Woolf signature with clean, unmarked contents.

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        (Schleswig 1881 - 1955 Kiel). Beim Westensee (?). Öl auf Sperrholz, um 1930. 46 x 60 cm. Gerahmt.

      Heinrich Petersen, Landschaftsmaler, wurde gefördert von seinem Onkel Hans v. Petersen, dem Marinemaler. Tätig war er hauptsächlich in Kiel und Umgebung.- Blick über Schilf auf einen kleinen (Teil vom?) See mit bewaldetem Ufer unter etwas bewölktem Himmel.-

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        Old Eagle-Oto Pl. 679 from The North American Indian. Portfolio XIX

      The Plimpton Press, 1930., Massachusetts - Old Eagle-Oto Pl. 679 from the North American Indian, Portfolio XIX 1927 Medium: Photogravure on van Gelder paper Dimensions: 22 1/4 x 18"

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        An Angler's Anthology. Collected by .

      London: Country Life Limited, [1930] - First edition. 4to. Illustrated from Drypoints by Norman Wilkinson. xix, [168] pp. Bound in three quarters red morocco and matching cloth, t.e.g. Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Strike up the Band. Book by Morrie Ryskind (Based on a libretto by George S. Kaufman.)

      New York: New World Music Corporation, 1930 - Quarto .Contemporary red cloth, maroon morocco label to the spine and a green morocco patch label to the upper board, top edge gilt, original wraps bound in. Housed in a black cloth flat back solander box. Slightly rubbed at the extremities, a little soiled, light toning, the first few leaves with minor restoration to the margins, but overall a very good copy. First edition, first printing of the score. A superb association copy inscribed by both George and Ira, with quotations from the show; "He's a man of very high degree, not low - but high!" with a sketch by Ira of a man bowing. The recipient, Newman Levy, was a lawyer who graduated from New York University in 1911, Assistant District Attorney of New York County, 1916-9, but he had always wanted to be a songwriter like his cousin Richard Rodgers, to which end he studied music with Algonquin habitué Deems Taylor. He practised law until his death in 1966, but did become known as a writer of light verse, published in the New Yorker and Saturday Evening Post, which was collected in book form; as a reviewer of opera and musicals; and as a composer of skits for Broadway revues. A friend of the Gershwins, he is probably best remembered for his swift riposte to George's musing as to whether his music would still be performed in a hundred years' time; "Yes, if you're around to play it!" Heavily influenced by Gilbert and Sullivan, Strike up the Band was the Gershwin's first fully integrated score for a book musical. It had failed on try-out in Philadelphia in 1927, and for its Broadway run three years later Ryskind rejigged various elements of the story, and the Gershwins added twelve new songs and rewrote many others both melodically and lyrically. Overall the effect was to make the show less G & S and more in tune with the developing Swing craze, Red Nichols led the pit orchestra at the Times Square Theatre which included Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Gene Krupa, Jimmy Dorsey, and Jack Teagarden.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Dame de la cour - dame en noir".

      1930 - Deux gouaches originales sur papier cartonné, titrées, (1930), 16 x 24 cm et 32 x 48 cm. Jenny CARRE (1902-1945), est créatrice de costume de théâtre pour le Châtelet et La Gaîté Lyrique. Proche de MINSTINGUETT (Jeanne Bourgeois), elle travaille à des revues musicales et des décors de films, dont celui de "Rigolboche". Elle est collaboratrice d'Henri R. FOST pour certaines pièces et dessins. Son style, aux mouvements souples et ronds, est proche de l'Art Déco. La première gouache est épinglée à la seconde, elle représente une dame de la cour en buste, vêtue à l'espagnole de noir et de rouge, avec une touche de blanc dans les gants et l'éventail. Le visage est juste suggéré. Le second dessin représente la "dame de cour" en pied, toute en dentelles noires et blanches. Une rétrospective au Musée des Années 30 et un livre consacrent son oeuvre en 2008. Marques de crayon, pliure centrale. Oeuvre originale

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        MOBY DICK. Or, The Whale

      The Lakeside Press. Chicago. 1930. FIRST ROCKWELL KENT EDITION. Three volumes. 4to. (11.8 x 8.6 inches). Limited edition, one of 1000 sets issued. Illustrated by Rockwell Kent with 280 fine woodcuts throughout the text, including full-page plates, chapter head and tail-pieces, and many other smaller cuts in the text. Fine, clean set in the publishers black cloth bindings with Kent's designs stamped to the front board and spine, which is also lettered, in silver. Top edges dyed black, the others untrimmed. In the original clear dustwrappers with paper inner flaps. A couple of large tears to the top edges of two of the wrappers but overall in very good condition. This set is lacking the publishers aluminium slip case. Overall a lovely set in wonderful condition. Published in the same year in a small, single volume, trade edition, Kent's interpretation of Melville's great adventure proved immensely popular. It has been credited with contributing greatly to the rediscovery of Moby Dick as a classic.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        OMAKhR ("Magazine of Union of Youth of the Association of Artists of Revolution"). 1930 No. 1 (The only published)

      Moscow: Central Presidium of OMAKhR, 1930 The only one issue ever published. Text in Russian. Folio (12-1/4" x 9") stapled wraps. Lithography on glass printing (steklograf). Printed "with rights of manuscript" (See "SOVETSKOYE ISKUSSTVO"). Original photo attached to the title page (Architectural dept.). Some corrections in text made by hand. Because of printing method, hand made corrections and original photo, one should assume that very small number of copies were printed. Culture - Propaganda - Art - Artistic propaganda - Chronicle - Exhibitions - Painting - Photography - Politics - Proletarian art - Public Education - Sociology - Street design - Youth - Socialist Realism - Moscow - etc. Very Rare. Not in MOMA, not in Getty, not in British Library, not listed in PPS, not listed in Smits. Please see the picture. For more images please visit our website..

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        BIULLETEN' CHISTKI... ("Bulletin of Purge of Machinery [Personnel] of Non-ferrous Metals Industry"). Nos. 1 and 2

      [Moscow], 1930 Text in Russian. Folio (12-1/2" x 8-3/4") stapled wraps. Lithography on glass printing. Illustrated. Covers by V. M. 500 copies only. A typical document of the famous Stalin's "purge". Propaganda - Industry - Politics - Etc. Very Rare. Probably the only two issues published ever. Not in MOMA, not in Getty, not in British Library, not listed in PPS, not listed in Smits. Please see the pictures. For more images please visit our website..

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        ISKUSSTVO DAVIDA D. BURLIUKA ("The Art of David D. Burliuk"). First Edition

      NY: M. N. Burliuk, 1930. Text in Russian. Large 4to (11 x 8-1/2) Stapled wraps. 20 illustrations. Bibliography. (A Catalogue of Russian Avant-Garde Books in the British Library 1912-1934, No. 123) [Burliuk, David (1882-1967): Well-known Russian Avant-garde artist, one of the founders of Russian Futurism. Studied in Munich and Paris. Friend of Mayakovsky. One of the founders of "Knave of Diamonds". After Russian Revolution emigrated. Lived in the United States. Exhibited on futurist exhibitions; after 1917: in 1922 (Berlin) with Exter, Filonov, Gabo, Kandinsky, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, Tatlin; in 1932 (Philadelphia) with Archipenko, Chagall, Goncharova, Larionov, Lissitzky, Malevich, Tzadkin, etc. - Rare]. Please see the picture.. 1st ed..

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        Josef Gocar

      Meister Der Baukunst, Geneve 1930 - Josef Gocar (13 March 1880, Semin near Prelouc –10 September 1945, Jicin), was a Czech architect, one of the founders of modern architecture in Czechoslovakia. In 1924, following the death of Kotera, Gocar became a professor at the Prague Academy of Fine Arts. After his involvement in cubism, Gocar turned to "national" Czech Rondocubism style in the early '20s. Later on he adopted the Functionalist approach to architecture. In this book one can find XVI pages of introduction by Dr. Zdenek Wirth, with 95 plates in black and white. Photo portrait as frontispiece. Texts in German and French. Some foxing inside on first few pages.On first page dedication and signature by Gocar to prof. Edo Sen (Zagreb, 1877 - 1949) in ink dated from 17th October 1931. On the inside of front cover prof. Sen's stamp. Edo Sen was Croatian Modernist architect, one of founders of Croatian Architects' Association, University professor and Rector. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ivan- Berislav Vodopija]
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        Héro et Léandre. Poème dramatique en 3 actes illustré par A.-E. Marty.

      Le Livre Contemporain, Paris, 1930. - 170 X 225 mm. relié demi-maroquin bleu nuit à coins, dos à nerfs, tête dorée, couv. et dos cons., non rogné. 115 pp. Texte dans un encadrement rouge. Illustré de 38 eaux-fortes originales in-texte par André Marty. Edtion tirée à 125 ex. num. sur papier de Montval. Notre exemplaire est enrichi de deux dessins originaux à la plume signés. Reliure lég. frottée. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Serge Paratte, Livres anciens & modernes]
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        Pen and Ink Drawing depicting a shepherdess and young man in period costume under a tree, with sheep grazing around

      n.p., c 1930. 15 x 11-1/4 inches (image size). Signed by Birch lower left. Matted, framed, and glazed

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        Les Rencontres de Monsieur de Bréot. Illustrations par George Barbier

      Mornay 1930 In-8 (20,4 x 15,6 cm), broché, en partie non coupé, couverture illustrée rempliée. Illustrations en couleurs par GEORGE BARBIER, dont un frontispice. Tirage à 1091 exemplaires, un des 68 hors-commerce sur Rives, imprimé pour le Docteur Bach (N° LII). (rousseurs sur le dos et le second plat). // Octavo (20,4 x 15,6 cm), softcover, partly unopened, illustrated folded soft cover. Illustrations in colours by GEORGE BARBIER, including a frontispiece. Limited printing of 1091 copies, one of the 68 not-for-sale on Rives, printed for the Docteur Bach (Nr LII). (foxing on spine and low cover).

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        Leaves of Grass: Comprising All the Poems Written by Walt Whitman Following the Arrangement of the Edition of 1891-'2

      Random House (Grabhorn Press), New York, 1930. Limited Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Near Fine Condition. Illustrator: Valenti Angelo. 1/4 Niger goatskin over wooden boards, a few light scuffs to leather and boards, one small white spot, scattered light foxing; an attractive copy. Number 114 of 400 - a monumental achievement the most ambitious project of the Grabhorn press and one of the finest American Press books ever printed. Because of the huge pressure needed to print the book, it was said "it should read 400 copies printed and the press destroyed." Size: Folio. Illustrator: Valenti Angelo. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Poetry; Inventory No: 044302. .

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        La leçon d?amour dans un parc; Les nouvelles leçons d?amour dans un parc (2 Bde.).

      Paris, Editions Mournay, 1929 u. 1930 - 8°, Fronti, 292 u. 242 S., zahlr. farb. Abb., Privat-HLdr. d. Zeit, m. goldgepr. Deckel u. Rücken, m. 5 Zierbünden, Kopfgoldschnitt, Frontumschlag der OBroschur jeweils beigebunden., Rücken min. beschienen, Frontumschlag u. Schnitt min. gebräunt, sonst gutes Exemplar. (= Les beaux livres, Nr. 49 u. 54). Text frz. Exemplaires numérotés sur papier de rives. Mit Abzügen von Aquarellen von Carlègle. Stempel a. fliegendem Vorsatz des bekannten Zürcher Kunstbuchbinders Louis Nabholz (1868-1932). 1600 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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