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        Plotinus: [Complete Writings, in 5 volumes]. Vol. 1, The Ethical Treatises; vol. 2, Psychic and Physical Treatises; vol. 3, The Nature of the Soul; vol. 4, The Divine Mind; vol. 5 On the One and Good.

      London: Philip Lee Warner, publisher to the Medici Society, Limited, 1917-1930 - 5 volumes, quarto. Original Holland boards, title labels to spines and upper boards. Covers and endpapers a little tanned, increasingly less so to later volumes. An excellent set in the dust jackets, all a little rubbed, with the spine panels of volumes 1 and 2 tanned. First edition, first impression of the MacKenna translations, which are widely considered to be the best edition of Plotinus in the English language. Each volume is one of 1000 copies printed on pure rag paper. Volume one inscribed, "To. Rev. R. Newton Flew, With love from many "Studley" friends. August 1924". Flew was an Oxbridge-based theologian. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Konvolut von 21 flagellantische Szenen. 12 Original-Radierungen, 3 Original-Bleistiftzeichnungen u. 5 kolorierte Originalzeichnungen.

      um 1930 - versch. Grössen, Bl. in Passepartout., Teilweise signiert, teilweise mit Titel u. Legende. Milewsky - d. i. Gerhard Windisch (1895-1961) dt.-österreichischer Maler, Graphiker und Fotograf, in den 1920er und 1930er Jahren in Leipzig tätig. Zeitweise in Paris, ab 1950 in Wien. 1500 gr.

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        Versei a Szerelemröl [Gedichte der Liebe].

      Ohne weitere Angaben. [Ungarn, um 1930]. - 4°. 20 Tafeln, davon 1 mit Impressum, 16 mit Gedichten und 3 mit erotischen Illustrationen. Lose in schwarzer Orig.-Pappmappe mit Schließenbändchen und Deckeltitel. Eins von 100 handschriftlich numerierten Exemplaren. Das ungarische Werk ist nicht nur sprachlich eine Herausforderung (für uns). 'Madame Sans-Gêne' war der Spitzname von Marie-Thérése Figueur, verh. Sutter (1774-1861). Als Dragonerin war sie in der französischen Revolutionsarmee tätig und für Kampfesmut und Tapferkeit bekannt. Ihr maskuliner Charakter und ihre abenteuerliche Karriere brachten ihr diesen Spitznamen ein. Die ungarische Nationalbibliothek verzeichnet als einzige dieses Werk von 'Monsieur Sans-Gène' und identifiziert eben M.-T. Figueur als Autor. Die erotische Brisanz der Gedichte können wir nicht beurteilen; die Illustrationen zeigen sich jedoch durchaus erotisch-humoristisch. Mappe berieben, angestaubt, Fehlstellen an den Kapitalen. Tafeln teils fingerfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ars Amandi]
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        Anthologie der erotischen Literatur aller Zeiten und Völker. Mit Einleitung, Quellennachweisen und Literaturangaben von Franz Blei (Band 2), Privatdruck

      Wien, Anakreon, o. J. (ca 1930 - 2 Bände (nach Radtke Band 1 und Ergänzungsband). 350 S.; 362 S. 8°, Orig.-Halblederbände mit beigefarbenen Rückenschildwern und Rückengoldprägungen. Vorzugs-Ausgabe in Halbleder gebunden. Seltene Ausgabe! Nur in 150 Exemplaren gedruckt, unsere Exemplare Band 1: 49, Band 2: Nr. 81, von Hand numeriert. Band 2 mit einem Exlibris auf dem Vorsatzblatt, dieser Band die Deckel etwas lichtgebleicht, mit einem Exlibris auf dem Vorsatzblatt, die Ecken etwas gestaucht, beide Bände mit leichteren Abschabspuren an den unteren Kanten. Insg. wohlerhaltene Exemplare! Nicht bei Hayn-Gotendorff. Erste Ausgabe für Franz Blei, WG II, 147. - Wäre schon die zweibändige Leinen-Ausgabe nicht häufig ist diese zweibändige Vorzugsausgabe in Halbleder von großen Seltenheit! Von uns konnte nur ein Einzelband in einer Auktion der letzten 40 Jahren nachgewiesen werden, die beiden Bände in Halbleder konnten wir nirgends finden! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Riepenhausen]
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        The Heaven-Sent Witness and other stories.

      New York: Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1930 - Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine and front board in red. Partial fading along edges of boards, minor crease to spine. An excellent copy in the striking, bright jacket with only slight rubbing at the corners. First edition, first printing. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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      Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1930. First Edition. hardcover. Closed jagged tear, slightly larger than an inch, at the top front panel of the dustwrapper, and a short closed tear at the top rear. Near Fine in a price-clipped, Very Good, and scarce dustwrapper. This copy INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the first blank: "This book was written/to be published in/Argosy - its book/publication was/an after clap/T S Stribling." A novel of the Mississippi Backwater. From the dustwrapper copy: "Good darkey laughter and whisky flavored speech are an intrinsic part of this unforgettable tale." Attractive dustwrapper art by Harold von Schmidt. Stribling sold more books than any author between the two world wars, and that includes Hemingway and Faulkner. He was the first of two Alabama authors to receive the Pulitzer Prize for Literature, the other being Harper Lee for TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Lives of the Hunted

      HODDER & STOUGHTON, LONDON 1930 - Green full leather Ernest Thomspon Seton (illustrator) Later Later Edition; tight binding, covers and spine fully intact, The top edge gilt in good condition. Embossed, decorative leather covers and spone. Spine has five raised bands. Containing a true account of the doings of five quadrupeeds and three birs and in elucidation of the same Over 200 drawings by Ernest Thompson Seton Bound in green leather, Red title label, spine banded, with gilt stamped decoration., Prize binding Front cover has gilt monogram of Eversley School, Southernd on Sea. Light scuffing to rear cover upper left, and to both ends of spine. Marlbed endpapers, presentation label to endpaper. DATE PUBLISHED: 1930 EDITION: 359 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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      Paris: Librairie Stock, Delamain et Boutelleu, 1930.. Quarto. Original printed wrappers. Illustrated with six full-page original lithographs, as well as ornaments and letters by the author. Foxing at edges and a few places in text, wrapper lightly dusty, a few small nicks to wrappers and a short tear at top of lower joint, otherwise a very good copy. First deluxe edition of the artist's memoirs. From a total edition of 295 copies, this is one of 235 on vélin d'Arches. MONOD 11355.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        The Nurenberg Chronicle...A Monograph. With a Leaf from the 1st Latin Edition

      San Francisco: Book Club of California, 1930. xxv, [11]pp. 1 well preserved original leaf-CXXVII- from the 1493 Latin first edition hinged into the binding. Marbled boards, 11 woodcut portraits. Backstrip mostly gone. Hinges sound, tight and internally in excellent condition. #242 of 300. First Edition. Very Good/No Jacket - As Issued. Illus. by Illustrated. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. Private Press.

      [Bookseller: Brooklyn Books]
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        The Savoy cocktail book

      New York: R.R. Smith, 1930-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST US EDITION. New York: Richard R. Smith / Simon and Schuster, 1930 / 1934. 287 pp. Illustrated. First American edition, first printing in later binding. (An odd dual imprint that shows first US edition text in later binding. Dated 1930 on title page with no additional printings, publisher listed there as Richard Smith. Apparently Simon and Schuster bought the sheets for this book and rebound them in newer covers, dated 1934 on front cover, states Simon and Schuster in gilt on spine.) Good hardcover. No jacket. Clean pages. Paper on covers worn at edges, chipped. Larger chip on back cover. Offsetting to paste downs, light stain on back paste down. Good condition overall.The first American edition of the legendary flapper-era cocktail book with color text and illustrations.

      [Bookseller: Odd Duck Books]
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        A Walk on the Wild Side

      Farrar, Straus & Cudahy 346 pages. Octavo (8 1/2" x 6") issued in blue and yellow with gilt lettering to cover, and black and gilt to spine. Inscribed by Algren. First edition.This is a story that tries to tell something about the natural toughness of women and men, in that order. Although it is for the most part about New Orleans in the 1930's, Algren lied to think it was about any street of any big town in the country. Algren writes of the people of Perido Street in the Old French Quarter; of "Furnished Rooms, Hotel, and places even more dubious: of "spook-green halls the very hue of distrust" - the haunts of those who live on the wold side of life. These battered people have not lost their individuality, or their appeal. Girls like Kitty Twist, for example: "That's not my real handle, of course. It's just what they took to callin' me in The Home. I'm seventeen almost eighteen I've run from five homes. I'll keep on runnin' til I'm eighteen. Then I'll marry a good pickpocket and settle down." And me like Dove Linkhorne: "I do have a very strong mind. I reckon a men with a mind as strong as mine could in time prize up creation and put a small chink under it."Condition:Some light rubbing to spine ends, Algren's inscription on front end paper, jacket spine ends lightly chipped and rubbed else a very good copy in like jacket.

      [Bookseller: The Book Collector]
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        "The Good Fairy, by Grace Bliss Stewart, Foreword by Jessie McCutcheon Raleigh"

      "Chicago, New York, The Reilly & Lee Co" "Chicago, New York, The Reilly & Lee Co", 1930. 1st Edition. "Description: 7 p. L. , 3-128 p. Col. Front. , illus. , col. Plates. 23 cm. Stewart, Grace Bliss. , signed & inscribed by the author, plus in the scarce dw." "Fine cloth copy in a good, and scarce, if somewhat edge-torn (with some loss) and dust-dulled, dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. Scans on request. "

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Years of Grace

      Houghton Mifflin Company., Boston, New York 1930 - HB 1st Ed. Later printing. Only printed date - 1930 back of title page + dedication o/p. Black cloth boards. Red titles + scroll design front. Red titles spine. 19.2 x 13.5cm. 581 rough cut pages. Printed by the Riverside Press Cambridge, Massachusetts. On the 2nd free page is a newspaper cutting stuck to page with stamp backs. It shows Margaret Ayer Barnes and her two sons and states that this her first novel has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for the year. Under the caption in ink is written 'Toronto Saturday Night. May 30th 1931. Under the cutting in pencil is 1891. On the back paste down is the remains of a DJ flap giving info on the author and how she would not have taken to writing had it not been for a serious car accident. At the bottom written in pencil is 1890's, I do not know what this date is referring to. In addition there is a loose opening paper page from another book - title unknown, which has a dedication to Adelaide from Margaret Ayer Barnes, written in black ink. Condition: Cover spine sunned. Wear on top/bottom spine + spine seams + corners. Boards showing slightly front corners. Few letters of front title + scroll design rubbed. e/ps slight ghosting and yellowing. Free o/p period ink writing dedication dated Christmas 1930. End paste down has remains of DJ flap adhered with stamp tabs. Outer edge of pages collectively discoloured with age. Internally clean, tight binding, good colour. Good condition. Loose page with author signature evenly discoloured with age. Signature clear. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Buybyebooks]
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        Vile Bodies

      NY: Jonathan Cape Harrison Smith, 1930. First Edition, first printing. Hard cover. Published NY: Jonathan Cape Harrison Smith, 1930. First American edition of Waugh's scarce second novel. Yellow and white patterned end papers, and identical paper covered boards over blue cloth. Spine cloth tanned, but the yellow titles unaffected, lettering strong and sharp. Bit of soiling to boards, trace of fraying at the crown, corners lightly rubbed, bookseller label on rear pastedown, else very good, Binding straight and tight, pages bright, unmarked. An attractive example.. 1st. Hard. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo..

      [Bookseller: The Wild Muse]
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        IL SAGGIATORE, pubblicazione di critica e filosofia - 1930-1933 . TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO, Roma, Vari editori e tipoigrafi, 1930

      16 x 24,5, brossura, copertine iniziali grigie e poi a due colori, 60-80 pag. per ogni fascicolo. Questa rivista è ingiustamente assai poco conosciuta ma ha ospitato dibattiti, ricerche e scritti molto interessanti (assai preziose recensioni a romanzi italiani e stranieri ed inchieste delicate del tempo) ed ha dato voce ad una parte di quella che sarebbe diventata la cosidetta "fronda verso il regime" Il direttore iniziale è stato LUIGI DE CRECCHIO PARLADORE e facevano parte del comitato direttivo (e spesso autori molto autorevoli lungo la breve vita della rivista) Domenico Carella, Giorgio Granata, Nicola Perrotti, Attilio Riccio. Notevoli alcuni fascicoli : Gennaio 1933 (Conclusioni all'inchiesta sulla nuova generazione) Ottobre 1933 (contributo per una nuova cultura). IL SAGGIATORE è la rivista che ha più apertamente discusso ed accolto il "pragmatismo"come criterio di orientamento e di giudizio verso tendenze filosofiche e letterarie allora presenti in Italia. L'approccio iniziale era verso la filosofia, ma via via l'orientamento si spostò sulla letteratura, la critica letteraria e la politica. Scritti di: Aleramo Sibilla, Alvaro Corrado, Anceschi , Aniante A., Anile A.,Barbaro U., Bardi P.M., Bartoli Domenico, Betti Ugo, Bontempelli M., ,Burzio F., Capasso Aldo, Carella D., Chiaromonte N., Cimino M. , Codignola E., Comi Girolamo, , Comisso G., De Crecchio Luigi, Evola Julius, Ferro Marise, Fichte G.A., Granata G. , Grande A., Xavier, , Lerici F., Loria A. ,Migliore B., Missiroli M., Moscardelli N., Musatti L., Onofri A., Orlando F., Pacuvio G., Pannunzio Mario, Pavolini Corrado, Peirce Guglielmo, Polacchi L., Prosperi Giorgio, Puccini Mario, Radius E., Repaci L., Riccio A., Salil A., Sammartano Bruno. Schelling F.G., Serafini G., Sgroi Carmelo, Tecchi Bonaventura, Terra Dino, Tilgher A, Tombari Fabio, Tonelli, Vigolo G., Vittorini Elio ed altri. La numerazione dell'editore in ogni fasicolo è doppia e viaggia su due binari. Dall'aprile 1930 al maggio 1932 i fascicoli hanno una numerazione consecutiva (da 1 a 21) mentre ogni anno inizia sempre dal n. 1 - Noi li indichiamo entrambi. ANNO PRIMO -1930-1931 NUM. 1 (1-2) aprile '30, 2 (3-4) maggio 30, 3 (5) luglio -. riprodotto - '30, 4 (6-8) ago-ott. 30, 5 (nov. 30), 6 (10) dic. 30, 7 (11) genn. 31 >(/riprodotto) , 8 (12) febb. 31. ANNO SECONDO - 1931-1932 NUM. 9 (1) marzo 31, 10 (2) apr. '31, 11 (3) maggio 31, 12 (4) giugno 31, 13 (5) lug. 31), 14 (6-8) ago-ottobre 31, 15 (9) nov. 31, 16 (10) dic. 31, 17 (11) genn. 32, 18 (12) febb' 32. ANNO TERZO - 1932-1933 NUM. 19 (1) marzo 32, 20 (2) aprile 32, 21 (3) magg 32.. Cambia la copertina e la numerazione è unica e prosegue quella annuale. (4) giugno 32, (5) luglio 32, (6-7) (ago-ottobre 32, (8) ottobre 32, (9) nov. 32, (10) dic. 32, (11) genn 1933, (12) febb 33. ANNO QUARTO - 1933 - NUM. (1) marzo 33, (2) apr. 33, (3) magg 33, (4) giugno 33, (5) Luglio 33, (6-8) ago-ottobre 33, (9) nov. 33, (10 (dicembre 1933 che è l'ultimo uscito la rara collezione - assai difficile da reperire completa ed in queste condizioni - viene offerta a

      [Bookseller: Libreria e Rivisteria Ferraguti]
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        Ars Americana. I: L'Archeologie du Bassin de L'Amazone; II: L'Ancienne Civilisation des Barrelales du Nord-Ouest Argentin. La Cienega et la Aguada, D'Apres les Collections Privees et les Documents de Benjamin Muniz Baretto.

      Les éditions G. van Oest., Paris 1930 - Folio. Both volumes bound in contemporary qtr red leather, with gilt lettering. Vol.I. VIII + 71 pages of text, colour frontispiece, folding map, plus 56 other numbered plates, 6 of these in colour. Vol.II.56 pp., text; map of Argentina; 68 plates; sepia, some with colour. lengthy presentation inscription to half-title of vol.I. A little light foxing, paper evenly toned, covers a little rubbed and darkened. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Roe and Moore]
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        By E.E. Cummings. Signed Limited Edition

      G: in Good condition without dust jacket. University of Chicago ex lib plate to front endpaper - no other library stamps or markings. Covers lightly marked. Inner hinges cracked Limited Edition [75/491] Grey hardback cloth cover 320mm x 250mm (13" x 10"). 63pp. Illustrated plates by E.E. Cummings. Signed by the author on the Limitation page to the rear of the book.

      [Bookseller: Barter Books]
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        The Maltese Falcon

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf,, 1930. Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles to spine and falcon design to upper board in dark grey and black, top edge dyed grey. Spine rolled and toned, cloth a little rubbed and marked, spotting to edges of text block. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing of one of the greatest detective thrillers of the 20th century.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Case of Large School Maps]

      - This original oak case contains 9 oversize school maps dating between approximately 1930 and 1965, as well as one projector screen. The collection was deaccessioned from Cornell University and contains a range of political, commercial and ecological maps. The case has a built-in tambour roll top and is designed to be mounted to the wall. Maps include: "Natural Land-Use Areas of the United States," U.S. Department of Agriculture; "New York," Rand McNally & Co; "South America," Rand McNally & Co; "Europe," Rand McNally & Co; "United States," Rand McNally & Co, Political Wall Map Series by J. Paul Goode; "Asia,"Ranally Political Series; "Double Hemisphere World Map," Rand McNally & Co; "Trading Center and Distribution Map of the United States," Rand McNally & Co; and "North America," Rand McNally & Co. Some maps have discoloration from roll mechanism. World map is fraying in center. Case of 9 maps and 1 projector screen. Oak case with tambour roll top. Case measures 40 x 92 x 10".

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Comprehensive History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Century One (six volume set plus index)

      Salt Lake City, UT: Deseret News Press, 1930. First edition. Hardcover. 559,541,572,557,619,611pp. Quarto [25.5 cm] Blue cloth with "star burst" scene. All volumes very good. The extremities are gently bumped and rubbed. There are small soiled scuff marks on the bottom edges of the text blocks. Occasionally the text block edges have small light stains. The pages are clean and bright. May require extra postage due to weight. With an index. Fold-out maps in volume one, two and three. All volumes illustrated with full page plates. Originally published in the 'Americana' from July 1909 to June 1915 under the title, "History of the Mormon Church". Flake/Draper 7314. Scallawagiana 89. Auerbach 1948:600

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Spécialite de Coffrets

      Biscuiterie de Luxe Plouvier & Truffaut Croix (N.p.: Biscuiterie de Luxe Plouvier & Truffaut-Croix, c. 1930). Oblong quarto. (7)ff., plus four additional smaller samples laid in. A trade catalogue containing salesman's samples of nine different decorative lids for biscuit tins, with designs printed in bright color on metal. The designs are captioned "J. J. Carnaud & F. de B. I. -- Paris." The album contains six samples mounted to the pages with small metal fasteners, and four additional examples laid in. The largest designs measure approximately 9 3/4 by 10 1/2 inches, and smallest are oblong designs measuring 8 1/4 by 4 1/2 inches and 7 3/4 by 6 inches. The designs include a romantic evening scene on a Venetian gondola, a Jugendstijl-inspired pattern of flowers and butterflies in red, yellow, and green, Harlequin and Columbine, a Japanese-inspired view of a temple gate, and a Saharan scene of a man riding a camel bordered by arabesque patterns, which is included twice. A typed price list is affixed to the last page of the album. Bound in dark slate-blue cloth with decorative rules and the company's name printed in white to the front cover. Covers show some light rubbing and the cloth has a few bubbles to the rear cover, some scattered spotting to the endpapers, else about fine.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers ]
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      London: Ernest Benn Limited, 1930 First Edition. Haycraft-Queen cornerstone. 8vo., 288pp. Black cloth stamped orange to the spine & upper cover. A bit dusty at the top edge otherwise an exceptionally nice superior copy. MLC 4 dagger rating. Gilbert A 10. Custom collector's black cloth case with gilt-lettered label & felt lined chemise.. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Tierwelt der Nord- und Ostsee (Teil III - XII in 9 Bänden einheitlich gebunden) - Teil III a - f: Porifera, Hydrozoa, Scyphozoa, Anthozoa, Ctenophora/ Teil IV a - d: Kamptozoa, Turbellaria, Trematoda, Cestoidea, Nemertini/ Teil V a - c: Nematoda - allgemeiner und systematischer Teil, Nematoda errantia, Nematoda parasitica, Inhaltsverzeichnis und Ergänzungen/ Teil VI a - f: Archiannelida, Polychaeta, Clitellata, Oligochaeta, Hirudinea, Echiuridae-Sipunculidae-Priapulidae, Acanthocephala, Nematomorpha/ Teil VII a - e: Enteropneusta, Pterobranchia, Chaetognatha, Bryozoa, Phoronidea, Brachiopoda, Gastrotricha, Kinirhyncha, Rotatoria/ Teil VIII: Echinoderma/ Teil IX: Mollusca/ Teil X: Crustacea/ Teil XI: restl. Arthropoda/ Teil XII a - k: Tunica

      ca. 1930. - insgesamt ca. 5000 Seiten; Georg Grimpe studierte in Leipzig Naturwissenschaften, insbesondere Zoologie und Vergleichende Anatomie. Beeinflusst von Carl Chun widmete sich Grimpe zunehmend den Meerestieren, vornehmlich den Kopffüßern (Cephalopoda). Auf diesem Gebiet wurde er bald einer der führenden deutschen Experten mit einem internationalen Ruf. 1926 erschien in Zusammenarbeit mit Erich Wagler das meeresbiologische Standardwerk „Die Tierwelt der Nord- und Ostsee". Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Instituts-Stempel.). Der Zustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; Buchschnitt und Seitenränder alters-/papierbedingt angebräunt; KOMPLETTPREIS für 9 Bände (= Teil III - XII); bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 8000

      [Bookseller: Petra Gros]
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        La semaine secrète de Sapho

      La Chronique des Dames Contemporaines vers 1930 - Petit In-4°, reliure demi chagrin à coins bleu marine, dos à cinq nerfs et titre doré au petit fer, 161 pages- table des matières hors pagination, les 8 gravures attribuables sans aucun doute à COLLOT, dont une en frontispice, sont coloriées à la main par l'artiste qui nous gratifie également de quelques motifs au fil du texte et plus particulièrement une paire d'anges dont l'angélisme, librement revisité, se déploie avec inventivité.L'ensemble est en très belle condition et la pagination est fraiche- pour les puristes frottement sans gravité au second plat. Exemplaire N° 170 / 250 sur Velin D'Arches. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nineteen (19) Black-and-White Press Photographs of Cardozo

      1930. [Cardozo, Benjamin N. (1870-1938)]. [A Collection of Nineteen Black-and-White Press Photographs of Cardozo, 1920-1938]. Sizes ranging from 5" x 7" to 8" x 10." Light to moderate edgewear, annotations and tipped-in captions to versos, some photos have faint crop marks and creases. * Eleven of these are candid and posed images of Cardozo in his office or attending public functions, three are formal portraits in judicial attire. There is also a picture of Cardozo at the bench of the N.Y Court of Appeals. Two other pictures show Cardozo receiving honorary degrees at the University of Chicago and St. Lawrence University. The final pair of images depict Cardozo with Chief Justice Hughes. One is a candid outdoor photo in business attire, the other a more formal indoor photo in judicial attire.

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        The Mysterious Mr. Quin

      London, W. Collins Sons and Co. Ltd. 1930., 1930. First Edition, 8vo. Publisher's black cloth, titles in red to spine and front board. Some trivial wear and edge spotting, spine a little frayed at head, but generally a bright, tight copy. Near fine; scarce in such clean condition.. The story of Mr. Harley Quin, who sparks new life into a quiet New Year's Eve party by unmasking a murderer. The character was author Christie's own favourite creation; Harley Quinn is an enigma, who appears and disappears unexpectedly- and usually by strange tricks of the light caused by stained-glass windows or flickering firelight. His background, family and friends are all a mystery, although his almost supernatural powers of detection are, however, very real. Wagstaff & Poole. Cooper & Pike; Detective Fiction [p82-89].

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      1930. Very Good. KUNITZ, Stanley. INTELLECTUAL THINGS. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1930. First edition of the author's first book. 12mo., grey cloth, printed spine label. Inscriptions have been bleached from the half-title and title pages. The bump at top-edge of front board is stained black. Volume is also gently bumped at bottom-edge of rear board and at spine extremities. Clean text. Quite scarce in the dust jacket, which is sunned at spine and edgeworn with sporadic chips. Very good.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism

      G. Allen & Unwin, ltd, 1930-01-01. Hardcover. Good. FIRST UK EDITION. London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd, 1930. 292 pp. Black cloth with gilt lettering on spine. First British edition, first printing. (Precedes all others in English. Stated "First published in Great Britain in 1930" on copyright page.) Good condition. No jacket. Clean pages: no inscriptions or bookplates, etc. Spine faded; cloth lightly scratched, chipping just a bit at head and tail; bumped corners. Binding fairly sturdy. Heavy foxing to end papers and fore edge. A solid copy. The scarce true first in the English language of Weber's landmark work.

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        SHOW ME DEATH!

      New York: Harpers & Brothers. 1930. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Good+ in boards. Lean to spine. 3 large previous owner stamps to end pages. The true 1st edition as stated: First Edition. Scarce. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Show Me Death

      Macmillan Company of Canada, Toronto 1930 - Red cloth with gilt. 1st Canadian edition from the US (Harpers) sheets. World War One novel that was ghost written by Canadian Poet /Author Raymond Knister who died shortly after this novel was published. Rare in any edition, the Canadian edition particularly so. Some wear to gilt but a sharp copy nevertheless. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        On the Theory of Brownian Motion

      Lancaster: American Physical Society, 1930. First edition, offprint issue, of this important paper which introduced the &#145;Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process.&#146; Although its origins lay in statistical mechanics, this process has found a wide variety of applications, notably in mathematical finance.<br/><br/>& & The Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process, also known as the &#145;Langevin equation&#146; in the physics literature, was originally used to describe Brownian motion, the random motion of a small particle suspended in a fluid due to the collisions of the fluid molecules with the particle. Brownian motion is most simply modelled by the &#145;Wiener process&#146;, but this is unrealistic because it fails to take into account the viscosity of the fluid. The Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process is a modification of the Wiener process, but allowing for a frictional drag on the particle proportional to its velocity, in accordance with Stokes&#146;s law. <br/><br/>& & Over time, the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process tends to drift towards its long-term average. Such &#145;mean-reverting&#146; processes are naturally suited to modelling several situations in finance. For example, the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process is used in the &#145;Vasicek model,&#146; a mathematical model describing the evolution of interest rates.& As opposed to stock prices, for example, interest rates cannot rise indefinitely: at very high levels they would hamper economic activity, prompting a decrease in interest rates. Similarly, interest rates cannot decrease below zero. As a result, interest rates tend to move in a limited range, showing a tendency to revert to a long term average value. Similarly, the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process can be used to model the behaviour of commodity prices, since it embodies the economic argument that when prices are &#145;too high&#146; demand will reduce and supply will increase, producing a counter-balancing effect. When prices are &#145;too low&#146; the opposite will occur, again pushing prices back towards some kind of long term average. <br/><br/>& & Leonard Ornstein (1880-1941) was a Dutch physicist who studied under Hendrik Antoon Lorenz at the University of Leiden, receiving a PhD on a problem in statistical mechanics. In 1914 Ornstein succeeded Peter Debye in the chair of theoretical physics at the University of Utrecht, and over the next three decades carried out important work in experimental atomic physics. The Dutch-American physicist George Uhlenbeck (1900-1988) studied under Paul Ehrenfest, receiving his PhD in 1927 for work on statistical methods in quantum theory. After spending eight years at the University of Michigan, in 1935 he moved to Utrecht to take up the chair vacated by Hendrik Kramers. Although most of his work was in statistical mechanics, he is perhaps best known today for his discovery in 1925 of electron spin, in collaboration with Samuel Goudsmit, another of Ehrenfest&#146;s students. <br/><br/>& & Not in OCLC.& Offprint from: Physical Review, vol. 36 (1930), pp. 823&#150;841. Original printed self-wrappers, pp. 823-841 [1:blank], very fine.

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        Minnesalbum S. A. Andr&#142;e [Andr&#142;e Memorial Album]

      Malmo, Sweden: Varldslitteraturens forlag, 1930. First Edition. 8vo, 63pp. 59 black-and-white photographic illustrations Ñ several full-page. PublisherÕs black pebbled cloth with bright gilt de-bossed signature of Andr&#142;e. A very well preserved copy in Fine condition. Rare. Not in Arctic Bibliography& & Photo album issued to commemorate Anrd&#142;eÕs 1897 balloon expedition to the North Pole. This remarkable publication tells the story of Andr&#142;eÕs expedition in photographs to include preparation, launch, discovery of the expeditionÕs remains on White Island in the Spitzbergen archipelago in 1930, and the funeral ceremonies. Text in Swedish. Rare.&

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      Gongora, Madrid 1930 - Obra completa. Ex-libris, cinta de registro, nervios, tejuelos, conserva cubiertas originales. 14 tomos en 13 volumenes (I) XI-374 pág., 2 h. (II) 2 h., 398 pág., 1 h. (III) 2 h., 339 pág., 1 h. (IV) 2 h., 312 pág., 1 h. (V) 2 h., 401 pág., 2 h. (VI) 2 h., 332 pág., 1 h. (VII) 2 h., 372 pág., 2 h. (VIII) 2 h., 331 pág. (IX) 2 h., 337 pág., 1 h. (X) 285 pág., 2 h. (XI-XII) 96 pág de tasaciones e indices, mas 7 y 205 pág de suplemento.(XIII) 1ª adición con 7 mas 258 pág. (XIV) 2ª adición con 3 h y 273 pág. Las adiciones se editaron en 1996-9, y van en rustica editorial y van intonsos. Todos los volúmenes ilustrados con facsímiles a toda página con la descripción bibliográfica en el pie. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Treatise on Money- Complete 2 Vol. Set

      Harcourt Brace & Co, 1930-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1930: 2 Vols., both First Edition, First Printings; in scarce, price-clipped dust jackets. In Very Good overall condition. Clean pages, lightly age toned. Sound binding. Previous owner gift inscription and book plate in both volumes. Cloth shows light wear and rubbing. Fading to cloth at the spine ends. Volume II shows a bit more wear externally, with a ding to the bottom edge of the bottom board, and a dampstain to the base of the spine cloth and dust jacket. Both dust jacket show rubbing, tanning and some overall wear; with once again more wear to the jacket of Volume II, with a partially split and taped rear fold. A nice set overall, rarely seen in dust jackets.

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      London: Duckworth,, 1930. A Mediterranean Journal. Octavo. Publisher&#39;s light blue cloth titles gilt to spine, pictorial endpapers reproducing the jacket design of the trade issue, top edge gilt. Illustrated with photographs and a frontispiece drawing by Waugh. Spine a little tanned and faded and rolled, slight rubbing to ends and corners, faint spotting to edges and some end leaves, frontispiece just a little loose at the bottom; a very good copy. First edition, limited issue, of Waugh&#39;s first book of travel writing, an account of his Mediterranean honeymoon cruise with Evelyn Gardner; one of 110 numbered copies signed by Waugh and specially bound with a page of the original manuscript bound in. This is the only example of a title by Evelyn Waugh to be issued thus, as part of the brief vogue in the thirties for limited editions incorporating parts of the original manuscript. The fashion waned when authors realised the value of their working manuscripts, and the cost of loosing them in this way. Waugh, in the manuscript page included in this copy, expands upon ancient Egyptian art, and related how the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen was "vulgarised in the popular press".

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        Codorniu (Viniculture advertising placard)

      Spain 1930 - &#147;Codorníu&#148; Original Viniculture Advertising Placard showing wine barrel cellar of cava vineyard. Spain, ca. 1930 15 ¼&#148; x 22 ½&#148; framed Condition: water staining in upper left corner

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        John Leech on My Shelves

      Munich: Bremer Presse, 1930. (LEECH, JOHN) First Edition. One of 155 copies of which this is number 27, printed on Zanders hand-made paper and signed by Field. Folio. Illustrated. The etchings and phototypes printed by Franz Hanfstaengl and J.B. Obernetter. Original tan buckram over blue boards, paper spine label. Upper portion of front cover a trifle sunned; otherwise fine. With the bookplate of Samuel W. Lambert . A catalogue of the works of John Leech including his illustrated books, Leechiana, original drawings and sketches, list of etchings and woodcuts. Includes a short bibliography of books and articles relating to Leech

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      1930. Paperback. Good. [PREWAR ADVERTISING] Matsubara Korenori, designer. TOKEI KINZOKU MEGANE- TEN KOKOKU ZUANSHU. Seibundo, Tokyo, Showa 5 [1930]. 29.9 X 22.1 cm. From an important series of design portfolios produced by Seibundo. This one is dedicated to shops specializing watches, jewelry, metalwork & eyeglasses. This volume consists of 50 pages of plates in both color and monochrome. Some edgewear, internal foxing, about good overall. Printed paper wrappers. Very unusual.

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        Contact Collection of Contemporary Writers

      Contact Editions, Paris,., 1930. Octavo. Original grey wrappers, printed in black, all edges untrimmed. Housed in a blue cloth slipcase. Wrappers a trifle dusty, backstrip lightly tanned and with a trace of creasing and a superficial split at the lower joint. Very good indeed. First edition, sole printing. One of just 300 copies printed. McAlmon&#39;s magnificent collection of work by his peers. Containing important contributions by Barnes, Bryer, Butts, Douglas, Ford, Hemingway, H.D., Joyce, Mina Loy Pound, Stein, Williams and others. Joyce submitted - from Work in Progress - the introductory passage of H.C. Earwicker. From the library of Sperisen with his neat book label to the verso of the first blank and with the book label inside the rear wrapper of Shakespeare and Company, where this copy had originally been sold.

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        The Castle. A Novel.

      London: Martin Secker 1930 - First English edition, 8vo, xii, 450, (2) pp. Small closed tear to the final leaf, some occasional minor foxing. Recent grey half calf.

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        Mémorial Walter Sauer. Forest 1889 - Alger 1927.

      Bruxelles, sur les presses de l'Imprimerie J.-E. Goossens, 1930. With 26 plates, some in colour. Large folio. 17 + [3] pp. + plates. Limited to 335 copies. Loose sheets in publisher's cover and halfcloth-portfolio. Portfolio weakly stained on frontboard.. Copy no. 9 of 75 printed on Japanese vellum.With a foreword by Georges-M. Baltus

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        The Good Soldier: Schweik

      Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc.,, 1930. Translated by Paul Selver. Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine and decoration to upper board in brown. With the dust jacket. Line drawings by Joseph Lada throughout. Small mark to upper board. In the orange dust jacket that is lightly rubbed and sunned to spine with a few small chips and a perforated stamp to the front flap. An excellent copy. First US edition, first printing. The classic war comedy that inspired Catch-22.

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        MICKEY MOUSE ANNUAL 1930 FOR 1931

      Dean & Son Ltd. 1930 - 1930. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. The first Mickey Mouse Annual. Colourful pictorial paper boards show Mickey sitting, drawing with a quill. Colour frontis plus three other colour plates. Spine and corners are bumped and worn. Wear to cover edges; a little chipping. Front endpaper MISSING. Inscription in ink to verso of frontis. Some foxing. Maze puzzle attempted. [R] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Berlin Alexanderplatz. Die Geschichte von Franz Biberkopf

      Bln., S. Fischer 1930.. 21.-30. Aufl. 528 S., 3 Bll. OLn. Vors., Einbd. u. Schnitt leicht fleckig. vgl. W.-G.² 24 - Mit eh., Signatur des Verfassers a. d. Titelbl., datiert [19]31.

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      In 8vo; pp. XVI, 365. Ventitre tavole fuori testo con luoghi e vedute dell'isola. Edizione a tiraggio limitato, copia n. 26 di 525 firmata dall'autore. Esemplare intonso a fogli chiusi. Dedica autografa: ?To John in memory of an evening on Capri from Norman?. Mezza tela azzurra, tassello al dorso con titolo in oro, cerniere logore. Giunto nel 1888 Douglas fu subito preso dallo scenario isolano e trasfuse tutto il suo studio ed interesse per l?isola in quest?opera storicamente completa e particolareggiata, importante per le notizie sugli scrittori di Capri. Woolf, A 33 b; Sandomenico, pag. 180.

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        Spécialite de Coffrets

      (N.p.: Biscuiterie de Luxe Plouvier & Truffaut-Croix, c. 1930). Oblong quarto. (7)ff., plus four additional smaller samples laid in. A trade catalogue containing salesman&#39;s samples of nine different decorative lids for biscuit tins, with designs printed in bright color on metal. The designs are captioned "J. J. Carnaud & F. de B. I. -- Paris." The album contains six samples mounted to the pages with small metal fasteners, and four additional examples laid in. The largest designs measure approximately 9 3/4 by 10 1/2 inches, and smallest are oblong designs measuring 8 1/4 by 4 1/2 inches and 7 3/4 by 6 inches. The designs include a romantic evening scene on a Venetian gondola, a Jugendstijl-inspired pattern of flowers and butterflies in red, yellow, and green, Harlequin and Columbine, a Japanese-inspired view of a temple gate, and a Saharan scene of a man riding a camel bordered by arabesque patterns, which is included twice. A typed price list is affixed to the last page of the album. Bound in dark slate-blue cloth with decorative rules and the company&#39;s name printed in white to the front cover. Covers show some light rubbing and the cloth has a few bubbles to the rear cover, some scattered spotting to the endpapers, else about fine.

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        MOBY DICK

      New York: Random House, 1930. First edition thus. Hard Cover. Very Good/very good. 8vo. Pictorial cloth in black and silver. Very good in like jacket. Jacket spine toned. Mild rubbing, edgewear overall. Several tape reinforcements to underside. Book has slight lean, trace shelfwear. Overall, handsome and uncommon this condition. First trade edition of what many consider Kent&#39;s masterpiece. Indeed, Melville&#39;s name is omitted from the front cover in lieu of Kent&#39;s. xxxi, [1], 822, [6]pp, with 275 reproductions of Kent&#39;s illustrations.

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