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        La vigilia (Gennaio 1913 - Maggio 1915)

      Arnoldo Mondadori Editore S. p. A. - Milano, 1930. ITALIANO 0,73 Volume degli anni '30 in buono stato, coperta illustrata in tessuto, illustrazione di Cisari, caratteri ed elementi grafici dorati in bassorilievo su piatto anteriore e dorso, bordo e punte leggermente consumati, tracce di sporco, fioritura sparsa, alcune ammaccature, tagli e margini delle pagine poco bruniti, pagine da 163 a 174 con strappetto sul margine concavo, strappo a pagina 129, cerniera lievemente danneggiata. XXX tavole, su carta patinata, con illustrazioni in b. e n. e riproduzioni di documenti. Fa parte della collana Collezione Italiana di diari, memorie studi e documenti per servire alla storia della guerra del mondo, diretta da Angelo Gatti. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Ruth et Booz. Traduction littérale des textes sémitiques.

      Paris F.L. Schmied 1930 - 4to (35.5 x 28.5 cm). No. 94 of 155 copies on Madagascar paper (plus 10 for collaborators, and 7 on japon), signed by the artist beneath the limitation. 12 double-page and 4 single-page colour wood engravings. Two further suites of illustrations on japon paper, one in colour numbered 10, another in black and white numbered 9, signed by the artist. Full brown crushed morocco with gilt ornament to covers and gilt lettering to spine, silk endpapers, front turn-in signed 'Trinckvel,' back turn-in - 'G. Camuset Doreur.' Contemporary card slipcase; upper panel detached. A pristine example of this beautiful edition, enriched with two additional suites of plates on fine japon paper. 'In the introductory note. Théo Schmied points out the natural happiness of the interconnection between his father's cultural tendencies and art of the book and the world of the Near East as it is filtered by the 'inspired' Mardrus translations. throwing light on the the two fundamental aesthetic coordinates we need in order to understand how the details are made subordinate by the elegant decorative unity expressed by the plates, that is, the purity of the Egyptian graphic art and the will of the Italian primitives. The layout shows either a text harmoniously arranged in respect of double and single plates of various size, or a text framed by rules forming a variety of geometrical patterns and decorated by bout de lignes in sienna. The illustrations mainly show subdued and delicate pastel colours.' - Nasti Carteret Illustrés IV, p. 264; Buyssens, no 42; Nasti B15. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Douze Quatrains pour illustrer des aquarelles.

      Cythere (= Paris), aux depens d'un Amateur, 19230 (sic, but: 1930). - circa 25,8 x 20,5 cm. Title, 12 ff., 12 plates by Gerda Wegener in pochoir Contemporary decorated boards, original wrapper bound in "Pia, Les Livres de l'Enfer, 1123-1124. Number 21 of only 150 privately printed copies "non mis dans le commerce" with 12 erotic poems accompanying watercolours by Gerda Wegener that mostly show two lesbian girls enjoying themselves. They had previously been published without text under the title "Les delassements d'Eros". The Danish Art Deco artist Gerda Wegener notoriously had herself the pertinent inclinations. " "- Only the binding a little faded, the book and the original wrapper inside with few minor spots but very crisp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        Storm. Een spel van tooverij.

      Maastricht/ Brussel, Stols, 1930. Verguld donkerblauw heelleder (origineel omslag meegebonden). Kop verguld. (4), 112, (6) p. Niet afgesneden. 1e druk. Enkele lichte schaafplekjes aan de band.l Uit de bibliotheek van M. en A.H. Nijhoff. Eén van de 10 luxe-exemplaren, gedrukt op Japansch papier en gebonden in staalblauw leer, rug met vijf ribben (Louis Malcorps?). Van Dijk 228.

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        L'Illustrazione italiana

      F.lli Treves Editori. ITALIANO 0,19 Rivista spillata, con copertina in carta ed illustrazioni; segni del tempo, bordi frastagliati, macchie. Pagine con piccoli strappi lungo le estremità, bruniture. Pagine centrali volanti. Illustrazioni in nero. Anno LVII, n. 20, Milano 18 maggio 1930, VIII. USATO

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        R. T. FRAZIER'S SADDLERY - THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE SADDLES IN THE WORLD

      Rocky Mountain Bank Note CO., Printing and Lithographing, n. d. (ca 1930,s)]., [Pueblo - First edition. 8vo. 21.5 x 27.7 cm [8 1/2" x 11"] oblong, color, stapled wrappers, 144 pp., illustrated, index. R. T. Frazier was the original designer, owner, and maker of the famous Pueblo Saddle. There are illustrations depicting their show rooms, as well as all types of saddles, saddle horn trees, saddle pockets, tapideros, stirrups, riding bridles, holsters, cartridge belts, chaparejos, cinchas, blankets,cuffs, belts, hand bags, brief cases, portfolios, spur straps, etc. Also they advertise hats, shirts, work and dress shoes, cowboy boots, gloves, all types of spurs including silver mounted steel spurs, silver inlaid and plain spurs, inexpensive spurs, steel bits, rowels, buckles, truck and truck farm harnesses, collars, traveling bags, suitcases, etc. A catalog full of items for the cowboy and ranch. Small scrape to front cover that affects the word "catalog," verso of front cover reinforced with old cellophane tape, plus small cellophane tape reinforcement to the first four pages, a hole at the top of spine whereby this catalog was hung, light wear to the fore-edges of the front and rear covers, with the interior clean and tight for an overall very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA]
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        Décors Anciens d'Intérieurs Mosans

      4 vols. bound in two, 149, 216, 117, 116 pp. text on decoration and furniture of the Meuse region in Belgium, mostly 18th century, altogether 531 photographic illustrations. Large 4to. Cloth-backed boards, orig. wrpps. bound in. Liège (Imprimerie des Mutilés) 1930. One of 500 copies, signed and inscribed by the author.

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        Moby Dick or The Whale

      Chicago: The Lakeside Press,, 1930. 3 volumes, large quarto. Original black cloth, bevelled boards, titles and vignettes to spines in silver, abstract design and volume numbers within simple frame to front boards in silver, top edges black, others uncut. Housed in the original aluminium slipcase. Wood-engravings throughout by Rockwell Kent. Very light marking to covers, spines very slightly faded. Slight offsets from illustrations, as usual. Slight scuffing to slipcase. An excellent copy. First Rockwell Kent edition, limited to 1,000 sets. With a pencilled presentation inscription by Rockwell Kent to the front free endpaper of volume 1: 'To Jerry M. Stepanek by Rockwell Kent'. This is one of the finest editions of Melville's masterpiece and one of the great American illustrated books of the 20th century. In 1926, Rockwell Kent (1882–1971), then just beginning to establish his fame as an artist, was approached by R. R. Donnelley and Sons to illustrate a new edition of Richard Henry Dana's Two Years Before the Mast. Kent demurred, suggesting Moby Dick instead. Kent was given complete freedom to design and illustrate the three-volume set. The resulting work has been hailed as a masterpiece of 20th-century book illustration and credited with reviving public interest in a sublime but difficult novel.

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        The Autocracy of Mr Parham His Remarkable Adventures in this Changing World

      London: William Heinemann, 1930. First edition. With plate illustrations by David Low. [10], 370 pp. 8vo. Original red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Light foxing to edges of text blocks, faint soiling to boards, extremities lightly rubbed. First edition. With plate illustrations by David Low. [10], 370 pp. 8vo. Inscribed by Wells. Inscribed on the title page: "To S. Dean / with fondest wishes / H.G. Wells" Bleiler (1978) p 205

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        [BASHKIR LANGUAGE]

      Bulat. Allasyz Kuly [i.e. Godless Humor]. Ufa: Bashgiz, 1930. 93 pp. 18x12,5 cm. Original illustrated wrappers showing two laughing faces tearing up the page from Quran. Owner's signature on the title page, minor rusting of the staples, tear of the rear wrapper, couple of spots in the texts, otherwise very good. Very rare. One of 5000 copies printed. In Bashkir language. In pre-Revolutionary times Islam was a leading religion of the region of Bashkiria. The fight against the religion started by Soviet state targeted Bashkiria as well. It's known that in the early 1920s 2414 mosques were active in the republic while by 1934 the number dropped to 323. The party was creating the 'anti-religious' clubs over the republic, called 'The friends of Bezhbozhnik magazine'. Usually those groups didn't differ muslims from christians but this particular publication has targeted Islam. It contains poems and feuilletons ridiculing the clergy and the followers of the religion. The book has been printed in latin characters, this version of Bashkir script existed for only 10 years, from 1930 to 1940. Traditionally from the Middle Ages Bashkir people used Arabic graphics for their language, but by the 1920s this script was created, using Janalif (a unified in 1926 script for all Turk languages of the Union). In 1939 the decision was made to change all the scripts of Soviet languages to Cyrillic characters, and in haste a new Bashkir script was created that remains till today.

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        BASHKIR LANGUAGE]

      - Bulat. Allasyz Kuly [i.e. Godless Humor]. Ufa: Bashgiz, 1930. 93 pp. 18x12,5 cm. Original illustrated wrappers showing two laughing faces tearing up the page from Quran. Owner's signature on the title page, minor rusting of the staples, tear of the rear wrapper, couple of spots in the texts, otherwise very good. Very rare. One of 5000 copies printed. In Bashkir language. In pre-Revolutionary times Islam was a leading religion of the region of Bashkiria. The fight against the religion started by Soviet state targeted Bashkiria as well. It's known that in the early 1920s 2414 mosques were active in the republic while by 1934 the number dropped to 323. The party was creating the 'anti-religious' clubs over the republic, called 'The friends of Bezhbozhnik magazine'. Usually those groups didn't differ muslims from christians but this particular publication has targeted Islam. It contains poems and feuilletons ridiculing the clergy and the followers of the religion. The book has been printed in latin characters, this version of Bashkir script existed for only 10 years, from 1930 to 1940. Traditionally from the Middle Ages Bashkir people used Arabic graphics for their language, but by the 1920s this script was created, using Janalif (a unified in 1926 script for all Turk languages of the Union). In 1939 the decision was made to change all the scripts of Soviet languages to Cyrillic characters, and in haste a new Bashkir script was created that remains till today. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        David Golder

      Horace Liveright, Inc New York 1930 - First Edition. Sugar designed dustjacket. One of only two novels by this author to be published in the United States during her lifetime. "A business man belonging to that international and shady world of casinos - that of Biarritz in this instance - condemned to make money ceaselessly and in spite of himself by his family and by force of circumstances. His character, that of his wife Gloria, and of their daughter Joyce, are brilliantly presented from the word 'go'. The ignominious use which his women make of him, the disgust which this Jew, sure of his power, comes to feel for life, for men and for money." Nemirovsky was a French novelist who died at the age of 39 in Auschwitz, Nazi Germany-occupied Poland. She was arrested by the Nazis for being classified as a Jew under the racial laws, which did not take into account her conversion to Roman Catholicism. Némirovsky is now best known as the author of the unfinished Suite Française, two novellas portraying life in France between 4 June 1940 and 1 July 1941, the period during which the Nazis occupied Paris. These works are considered remarkable because they were written during the actual period itself, and yet are the product of considered reflection, rather than just a journal of events, as might be expected considering the personal turmoil experienced by the author at the time. Near Fine but for modest stain to top page edge, in near Very Good price-clipped dustjacket, top spine end chipped, closed tear at lower spine area, tiny chips and wear at edges. 0.0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Two original costume studies in pencil and watercolors, signed

      [Berlin], 1930. Two fine original watercolor and pencil drawings, on card stock, measuring 13 × 8.5 cm, tipped to black colored paper. Both drawings with Masiutin's estate stamp, one additionally signed in pencil and dated "193?" (illegible). Very good. Two original watercolor drawings by the Russian artist Vasilii Masiutin, most likely produced during the 1930s, when Masiutin occasionally designed costumes and sets for theatre performances in his Berlin exile. Masiutin (1884-1955, also Masjutin), whose early work blended symbolism, the grotesque, and even surrealism, was occasionally referred to as the Russian Goya. He was active in a range of media, including lithograph and woodcut, as well as producing original drawings and paintings. After 1921, he emigrated and settled in Berlin, where he collaborated with numerous Russian emigre publishers, such as "Neva" and "Gelikon," as well as illustrating many German translations of Russian classics. While largely unknown in Russia until recently, he is now being rediscovered an increasingly the subject of exhibitions and publications.

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        Nos. Opera v 3-kh aktakh po N. V. Gogoliu. Libretto E. Zamiatina, G. Ionina, A. Preisa i D. Shostakovicha [The Nose: an opera in three acts based on N. V. Gogol'. Libretto by E. Zamyatin, G. Ionin, A. Preis and D. Shostakovich]

      Leningrad: Gosudarstvennyi Malyi Opernyi Teatr, 1930. Small octavo (17 × 12.5 cm). Original staple-stitched printed wrappers; 12, [3] pp. Wrappers very lightly worn; spine fold a bit rubbed; faint private stamp inside rear wrapper. Rare souvenir booklet distributed during the premiere of Shostakovich's opera The Nose (marked "not for sale"). The opera was produced by Nikolai Smolich, with artist V. V. Dmitriev and conductor Samuil Samosud. Shostakovich wrote the libretto with Georgii Ionin, Aleksandr Preis, and Evgeny Zamyatin. The booklet contains a preface by the Artistic-Political Council, which carefully justifies the opera's musical complexity to proletarian viewers - an important step given the controversial responses to the opera even before its premiere. A brief statement of Shostakovich's aims follows, then two short articles by the critic Ivan Sollertinskii and the stage designer. The final leaf is a feedback form, to be filled out and submitted by the viewers. First begun in 1927, when Shostakovich was only twenty-one, The Nose was the composer's first opera. His turn to the nineteenth-century writer Gogol (and, in part, Dostoevsky) was controversial: "the opera was harshly criticized by the proletarian wing for its avoidance of a Soviet theme, its musical complexity, and its inaccessibility to the masses" (Laurel E. Fay, Shostakovich: A Life, 55). The present brochure clearly attempts, as much as possible, to counter these accusations. Shostakovich had enough sympathizers to complete the project and the opera premiered on January 18, 1930. It was halted after sixteen perfomances, and as a result of the intensifying campaign against the performer it would not be performed again in the Soviet Union until 1974. Nevertheless, "Shostakovich was inordinately fond of his first opera; he judged people by whether they were 'for' or 'against' it" (Fay 56). The booklet is presumably also one of the last official mentions in Soviet print of Zamyatin. By the late 1920s, the author of the famous dystopian novel "We" was constantly attacked in the press and from 1930-1988 his writing was not published. In 1931, after petitioning Stalin himself, he was granted permission to emigrate. KVK, OCLC show only the copy at the Slonimsky Collection at the Library of Congress.

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        Novye poety Frantsii v perevodakh Iv. Tkhorzhevskogo [Recent French poets in translation by Iv. Tkhorzhevskii]

      Paris: Knizhn. Delo, 1930. Large octavo (24 × 18.5 cm). Original blue decorative wrappers by Boris Grosser; 193, [2] pp. Signed and inscribed by the author to a fellow translator on the front flyleaf (Sablina). Wrappers lightly worn, edges rubbed; some fading and loss of spine strip at ends; internally very good. A monumental collection of French poetry in Russian translation, featuring the work of over seventy French poets of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, prepared and with a preface by Ivan I. Tkhorzhevskii, Russian emigre poet and translator. Among the many poets included are Verlaine, Rimbaud, Maeterlinck, Claudel, Gide, Proust, Apollinaire, Jean Cocteau, Paul Valery, and Valery Larbaud. Tkhorzhevsky's translations were far from universally appreciated. The poet Vladislav Khodasevich was reputed to have quipped about his translation of the Rubaiyat: "I had a terrible nightmare. I dreamed that I was a Person poet and that Tkhorzhevsky was translating me" (Karlinsky 315). And Vladimir Nabokov, in a letter to Gleb Struve, ridiculed Tchorzhevsky's translation of Rimbaud's "The Drunken Boat" for his unwarranted additions (such as a captain of the Russian intelligentsia). Wrappers designed by Boris N. Grosser (1889-1982), a French Jewish artist of Russian birth who illustrated numerous books published by Russian emigres with his distinctive woodcut designs. After studying with Bilibin, Grosser continued his training in Munich and Paris. After 1918, he lived in Odessa and in 1920 he emigrated, settling in Paris after 1921. He collaborated with numerous publishing houses in Paris, Berlin, and Holland, illustrating the works of Ivan Bunin, Vladimir Nabokov and many others. Grosser remains an understudied part of Russian book design and illustration abroad. One of 500 copies printed. Not in Savine; not at the Russian State or National Library.

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        Vintage Original Photograph

      - (not signed) on a 3/4 length portrait of William Saroyan wearing a double breasted suit, long silk tie, white shirt, holding a cigarette, looking down and to the right of the camera. Photograph is by Henry Flannery, San Francisco; matte finish; 8" x 10". Very good-fine (old glue stains on verso), fresh. ca. mid 1930'a.

      [Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA]
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        Pee-Wee Harris Turns Detective

      Grosset & Dunlap, New York 1930 - Pee-Wee Harris #13. The last of the Pee-Wees and an elusive book to find in jacket. Book is in vg condition with some edgewear and a little soil. The former owner has clipped out a list of Pee-Wee titles and taped it to the ffep. He (his name is in pencil on ffep, so I know his gender) didn't clip it off of this dj however. I'm doing 2 scans of the dust jacket only, so you can see exactly what you're getting. It's not perfect but it's pretty darned nice. The nicest one I've seen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pee-Wee Harris Turns Detective (IN HARD-TO-FIND ORIGINAL JACKET)

      Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, New York 1930 - Very good book -- nice hinges, some modest shelf-rub to bottoms of boards, green topstain considerably faded -- in a good-plus complete original dust jacket which shows some tidemarks to the flap folds, mostly visible to verso. Glossy B&W frontispiece and three internals firmly in place. Thirteenth and final installment in the boys' juvenile series, hard-to-find in jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Life of Confucius.

      Shanghai: Kwang Hsueh Pub. House, Oxford University Press, China Agency, c. 1930. First edition. Oblong , 12 mo. Original blue silk wrappers bound with string, gilt title to the front panel, frontispiece. Contains 108 plates on 54 leaves. Sheng chi t'u" transliterated from Chinese characters in title. The plates, with explanatory letterpress in Chinese and English, illustrate the life and cult of Confucius. In very good condition. Rare. Chinese philosopher Confucius's principles had a basis in common Chinese tradition with an emphasis on ancestral veneration, respect for one's elders, and strong family loyalty. His teachings left a legacy of disciples and gained widespread prominence throughout the mid-first century and became the official imperial philosophy of China after his death in 479 B.C.E.

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        Les Liaisons Dangereuses

      Editions Nilsson, Paris 1930 - 243 pages. 24 x 19 cm. Full page pochoir illustrations by Maurice Berty, plus the original front and back covers also in pochoir laid-in. Signed Forado binding, his embossed gilt label inside front cover. With central "Femme Fatale" front cover portrait surrounded with a profusion floral and bird motifs colored by hand, wrapping around spine to one inch of rear cover with spine lettered and decorated in blind. Marbled endpapers, slight rubbing to corners. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Ansichtskarte mit eigenh. U.

      Cambridge, 21. V. 1930 (Poststempel). - 1 S. 8vo. In Bleistift: "Herrn Ludwig Forster X. Herzgasse 20 (oder 18), Wien, Austria. Herzliche Grüße! Ihr L. Wittgenstein". - Die Bildseite zeigt den Westchor der Kings College Chapel in Cambridge.

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        Mario und der Zauberer. Ein tragisches Reiseerlebnis. Vorwort von Elisabeth Mann Borgese. Nachwort von Hans Mayer. Dino Buzzatti: Gabrielli, Ein Phantom aus früheren Tagen.

      71 (4) Seiten (2) Blatt mit 7 signierten Farbradierungen von Kurt Steinel. Fol., gebundene Ausgabe, Original Halbleder-Einband aus bordeausfarbigem Chagrinziegenleder von Roland Meuter mit in Weissgold geprägtem Rückentitel und Original-Radierung von Kurt Steinel auf dem Vorderdeckel, Kopfgraphitschnitt im ausgefütterten Schuber mit oben und unten mit Leder eingefassten Kanten. das Buch neu und ungelesen, Siebter Druck der Antinous Presse Matthias Loidl in Ascona und Unterreit. Elisabeth Mann Borgese, eines der Kinder in der Erzählung, hat ihr Vorwort eigens für diese Ausgabe geschrieben und sämtliche Exemplre signiert. Die Erzählung Thomas Manns erschien erstmals unter dem Titel "Tragisches Reiseerlebnis" in Velhagen & Klasings Monatsheften 8/1930, im selben Jahr als erste Einzelausgabe mit Illustrationen von Hans Meid im S. Fischer Verlag, Berlin. Dieser Adruck folgt dem Text der ungekürzten, anhand der Erstausgabe neu durchgesehenen Ausgabe im Fisher Taschenbuch Verlag, 1989. Hans Mayer gab die Erlaubnis, seinen 1950 im Verlag Volk und Welt, Berlin, ersmals erschienenen Aufsatz abzudrucken und hat ebenfalls alle Ausgaben signiert. Dino Buzzatis Text erschien am 3. September 1965 im Corriere della Sera, Mailand. Die Zeitung hat den Text zur Verfügung gestellt. Den Satz aus der 18 Punkt Van Dijck Antiqua und Kursiv sowie den Druck der Texte übernahm die Offizin Haag Drugulin, Leipzig. Die zweifabrigen Radierungen, von Kurt Steinel exklusiv für diese Ausgabe geschaffen, wurden in der Kupferdruckerei Willi Jesse, Berlin, abgezogen. Steinel hat alle Radierungen sowie den Druckvermerk signiert. Das Zerkall-Kupferdruckbütten wurde durch Römerturm Feinpapiere, Köln, geliefert. Roland Meuter, Ascona fertigte sowohl den Handeinband als auch den Schuber. Die Auflage ist auf 95 Exemplare limitiert. 25 Ganzlederbände in Schatulle mit einer Suite aller acht Radierungen tragen die Nummern 1-25, 55 Halblederbände die Nummern 26-85, 15 Rohbogen-Exemplare die Nummern 86-95. 20 zusätzliche Mitarbeiterexemplare sind mit E.A. I bis E.A. 20 gekennzeichnet. Dieses Exemplar trägt die Nummer 63. Lose beiliegend eine von Kurt Steinel ebenfalls signierten Variante der siebten Radierung. Impressum von Hans Mayer, Elisabeth Mann Borgese und Kurt Steinel signiert.

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        Robert Frost: Collected Poems -- 1/1000 copies signed by Frost, plus a unique new dust jacket designed for this copy

      New York: Random House, 1930. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/fine. Signed by Frost on the half-title. Number 751 of 1,000 copies, printed at the Spiral Press. 1930, First collected edition of Frost's works. Hardcover, tan buckram, leather title label. Very Good in a new dust jacket designed especially for this copy by Pittsburgh based artist Brian Gonnella. Loss to the leather title label; light browning to the endpapers. Otherwise a tight, unmarked copy. The DJ is a one of a kind item, printed from a design by Gonnella that includes renderings of the Robert Frost Farm House and a portrait of Frost. The jacket is printed on thick, high-quality paper, and is the only copy in existence. A mash up of old and new -- and a nice copy of a signed Robert Frost book.

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        VERY YOUNG CALENDAR

      - MILNE,A.A. THE VERY YOUNG CALENDAR. NY: Dutton, 1930. 12 heavy pictorial card sheets loose as issued and tied at the top with blue silk ribbon. Fine IN ORIGINAL BOX (small mends on flaps). Printed on rectos only in full color and wonderfully illustrated by E.H. SHEPARD to accompany hand-lettered text and small calendar for each month. A rare Milne item.

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        WHEN I WAS VERY YOUNG. Signed and inscribed by the author.

      New York, The Fountain Press; London, Methuen and Company, 1930. FIRST EDITION 1930, printed in New York, LIMITED EDITION OF 842 COPIES, 603 for America, this being No. 839, signed by Milne on the final limitation/colophon page, and INSCRIBED on the front endpaper by him (see images). 8vo, approximately 225 x 130 mm, 9 x 5¼ inches, 7 charming illustrations by Ernest Shepard, title page printed pink and black, headings, initials and decorations below text throughout in pink, 27 pages. Bound in original publisher's bright pink cloth with pretty pattern of toys in black and white, printed paper label to spine. 23 pages of autobiography describing incidents from his early life with his 2 brothers. Spine a touch faded, label lightly browned. Near Fine clean crisp copy, lacking glassine dustwrapper and slipcase. In addition to the colophon signature which appears in all copies, A. A. Milne has inscribed this copy in 1930 on the front endpaper to Maud K. Milne: "For Maud - this memory of happy days with the one we loved - from Alan". A pencil note at the foot of the page states: "Given to M. G. Falle by Maud K. Milne Xmas 1959". Maud was A. A. Milne's sister-in-law married to his brother Ken, "Maud and Alan were, in fact, devoted and remained so all their lives", Ann Thwaite, Milne His Life, page 105. Laid in the book is a photocopied handwritten letter by A. A. Milne dated 1925 to Tubby (army chaplain the Reverend Phillip Byard (Tubby) Clayton), one of the principal founders of Toc H which Milne supported. See Thwaite, page 322. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        WHEN I WAS VERY YOUNG Signed and inscribed by the author

      New York, The Fountain Press; London, Methuen and Company, 1930.. FIRST EDITION 1930, printed in New York, LIMITED EDITION OF 842 COPIES, 603 for America, this being No. 839, signed by Milne on the final limitation/colophon page, and INSCRIBED on the front endpaper by him (see images). 8vo, approximately 225 x 130 mm, 9 x 5¼ inches, 7 charming illustrations by Ernest Shepard, title page printed pink and black, headings, initials and decorations below text throughout in pink, 27 pages. Bound in original publisher's bright pink cloth with pretty pattern of toys in black and white, printed paper label to spine. 23 pages of autobiography describing incidents from his early life with his 2 brothers. Spine a touch faded, label lightly browned. Near Fine clean crisp copy, lacking glassine dustwrapper and slipcase. In addition to the colophon signature which appears in all copies, A. A. Milne has inscribed this copy in 1930 on the front endpaper to Maud K. Milne: "For Maud - this memory of happy days with the one we loved - from Alan". A pencil note at the foot of the page states: "Given to M. G. Falle by Maud K. Milne Xmas 1959". Maud was A. A. Milne's sister-in-law married to his brother Ken, "Maud and Alan were, in fact, devoted and remained so all their lives", Ann Thwaite, Milne His Life, page 105. Laid in the book is a photocopied handwritten letter by A. A. Milne dated 1925 to Tubby (army chaplain the Reverend Phillip Byard (Tubby) Clayton), one of the principal founders of Toc H which Milne supported. See Thwaite, page 322. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Very Young Calendar 1930, The

      New York: E.P. Dutton, 1930. 1st. Softcover. Very Good None. 12 heavy paper sheets plus cover, bound together with blue cord in punched holes at top. One and two color illustrations by Shepard, verse for every month by Milne. Some light pin-size spotting to corner of cover, otherwise clean and bright. Record # 403007

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        Le Véritable roman de Renart.

      Paris, 1930 - En feuilles, couvertures imprimées, sous chemises. Sans les étuis. Mors des chemises très frottés. Établi spécialement pour cet ouvrage d'après les textes originaux par Louis Richard-Mounet.Édition illustrée de 42 eaux-fortes originales de Maurice de Becque.Tirage à 200 exemplaires, celui-ci un des 100 exemplaires numérotés, sur papier de Hollande monogrammé au filigrane de l'artiste contenant une suite des eaux-fortes en noir.L'exemplaire est enrichi d'un envoi de l'illustrateur daté de 1931, sur le feuillet de justification. Nous joignons le prospectus d'édition sur un double feuillet avec une illustration à pleine page.Intérieur à l'état neuf.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Gaëlle Cambon]
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        Les Liaisons Dangereuses

      Paris: Editions Nilsson, 1930. leather_bound. Full tan calf. very good. Berty, Maurice. 243 pages. 24 x 19 cm. Full page pochoir illustrations by Maurice Berty, plus the original front and back covers also in pochoir laid-in. Signed Forado binding, his embossed gilt label inside front cover. With central "Femme Fatale" front cover portrait surrounded with a profusion floral and bird motifs colored by hand, wrapping around spine to one inch of rear cover with spine lettered and decorated in blind. Marbled endpapers, slight rubbing to corners.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc. ]
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        Correspondance générale de Marcel Proust publiée par Robert Proust et Paul Brach.

      1930 - 1936, Paris, 1930 - Demi-veau sable, plats de papier blanc et doré, dos à nerfs, titre, auteur et tomaison dorés, tête dorée, couvertures et dos conservés. Édition originale de la première correspondance de Marcel Proust publiée par son frère Robert Proust, bien complète des six volumes. Chaque exemplaire est sur papier de Hollande van Gelder, troisième papier après des exemplaires sur chine et sur japon. Le nombre d'exemplaires pour chaque papier varie selon les volumes. Les papier de Hollande ont été tirés entre 42 et 220 exemplaires. Nous joignons un septième volume : Marcel Proust et Jacques Rivière. Correspondance 1914 - 1922. Présentée et annotée par Philip Kolb. Librairie Plon, 1955. Édition originale, un des 150 exemplaires sur papier pur fil Lafuma, après 30 exemplaires sur japon et 75 exemplaires sur hollande.Exemplaires à toutes marges en troisième papier et en reliure uniforme.Quelques légères épidermures sur certains mors et nerfs, petit choc à la coiffe du 7e volume ajouté. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        THE WORKS OF GEORGE BERNARD SHAW: 33 volumes, EACH Volume Inscribed to Shaw's Favorite Actress Lillah McCarthy

      Constable & Company Limited [1930-1938], London - Laurence A198a. The Best Edition of Shaw's Works, copy #740 of 1025 copies complete in 33 volumes in the original dustwrappers collecting his writings from his first novel-- IMMATURITY--to his famous plays--PYGMALION, MAJOR BARBARA, etc.--through and beyond his winning of the Nobel Prize in 1925. EACH of the 33 volumes is INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author to actress Lillah McCarthy. The first volume, as are most of the others, is INSCRIBED "This one is Lillah's/G. Bernard Shaw." Volume 10, MAN AND SUPERMAN, is INSCRIBED: "This volume is very specially/dedicated to the/Creatrix/of/Ann Whitefield, who will/always be my/Ann Whitefield/Lillah McCarthy/G. Bernard Shaw 12th Dec. 1931." McCarthy became the leading lady in 1905 at The Court Theatre, managed by Granville Barker, her future husband, and financed by Shaw. Her first role was as Nora in Shaw's JOHN BULL'S OTHER ISLAND. She then caused a sensation as Ann Whitefield in his masterpiece MAN AND SUPERMAN, earning Shaw's respect for her talents so much so that he tailored the part of Jennifer in THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA especially for her. When McCarthy married Barker, who played the male lead opposite her in several of Shaw's plays, Shaw was upset as he felt they were not a good pair. Though the couple successfully produced a number of other Shaw plays in the following years, Shaw was proven correct when Barker left her for another woman. McCarthy later married Sir Frederick Keeble, and the final volume of this set is INSCRIBED by Shaw "to Lady Keeble (Lillah)." Near Fine in Very Good dustwrappers. Sensational set [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        North of Boston

      New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1930. First edition, later printing of Frost's second published book. Octavo, original cloth. Boldly signed by the author on the front free endpaper, "Robert Frost South Shaftbury VT." In near fine condition. Frost's North of Boston represents a pinnacle of his career, containing such classic poems as "Mending Wall," "The Death of the Hired Man," "Home Burial," and "The Wood-pile."

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books]
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        Passover Haggadah. A New Critical Edition with English Translation, Introduction, and Notes Literary, Historical, And Archaeological, By Cecil Roth. With Drawings by Albert Rutherston

      Printed at the Curwen Press for the Soncino Press, London, England 1930 - 209, [1], (2 blank), XL pages = 252 pages, including 16 full-page illustrations. Yaari 2149. Not in Yudlov. One of a limited numbered edition of 100 copies printed on J. Barcham Green¿s hand-made paper, numbered 11 to 110. An additional 10 copies, numbered I to X, were printed on vellum (one sold at auction for $49,200). Original blue morocco gilt by Henry T. Wood in slipcase. Internally the book looks new. The still very sturdy slipcase has done a wonderful job protecting the book but is a bit soiled and its 88 years are showing. Hebrew text and English translation face a face. Designed and illustrated throughout by the British artist Albert Rutherston. Illustrations and numerous head and tailpieces, all stenciled in colors under the supervision of Harold Curwen at the Curwen Press. Hebrew fonts by Enschede en Zonen of Holland. English text and layout designed by Oliver Simon (chairman of the Soncino Press). The English text is set in Baskerville, upper cover with gilt-stamped illustration, spine titled in gilt in Hebrew and English, all edges gilt. Rutherson, whose works are in the Tate Gallery, London, is the younger brother of British impressionist painter Willliam Rothenstein. Ruthenstein studied at the Slade School of Fine Art and his friends came to include Augustus John, William Orpen, Charles Conder, Walter Sickert and Wyndham Lewis. Rutherson began his teaching career at the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, and went on to become Ruskin Master of Drawing at Oxford (1929-49). In 1936 he was one of the founder members of the Pottery Group, along with Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Paul Nash, Ben Nicholson and Graham Sutherland. . ¿In issuing this new edition of the Haggadah, the publishers have aimed at giving to this time-honored liturgy a setting of consummate beauty, a fitting testimony to the almost filial affection in which it is held by the Jewish people¿ (Publisher's note, by J. Davidson). Around the outbreak of the First World War, Albert changed his name to Rutherston, due to British anti-German sentiment. He served in the British army in Eretz Israel between 1916 and 1919. In 1916 Eretz Israel was still a province in the Ottoman Empire, in 1917 the area was conquered by the British and its allies, who dismembered Turkey, ¿The Old Man of Europe,¿ and then, for 20 years became it became ¿Mandatory Palestine,¿ a euphemism for a quasi ¿colony¿ owned by an imperial power. Rutherston then wrote the book "Decoration in the Art of the Theatre" published in 1919 and edited the Contemporary British Artists series between 1923 and 1927. In 1927 Rutherston illustrated the Thomas Hardy book Yuletide in A Younger World, and designed posters and tickets for the London Underground. He held the post of Ruskin Master of Drawing in Oxford from 1929 to 1948. He also designed stage sets for Harley Granville-Barker's productions. He became closely associated with some of the greatest names of 20th-century English arts scene, including members of the Bloomsbury Group. This Haggada is a new critical edition with English Translation, Introduction, and Notes, Literary, Historical, and Archeological, by Cecil Roth (1899-1970), an Oxford-educated Jewish historian and educator as well as a prolific writer of more than 600 works. In addition to his histories of the Jews in England and Italy, and his masterworks, A History of the Marranos, The Jews in the Renaissance, and Jewish Art, he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Encyclopedia Judaica from 1965 until his death. The [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        [PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM CONTAINING OVER ONE HUNDRED FIFTY IMAGES OF MILITARY LIFE FOR THE U.S. MARINES IN GUAM PRIOR TO WORLD WAR II]

      [Guam; China, 1930. 158 silver gelatin photographs, most approximately 2 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches, some larger, approximately 3 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches. Oblong octavo. Black cloth boards, tied with cord, front cover gilt stamped. Light edge wear. About three fourths of photos captioned on black card stock supports, photos in corner mounts. Images clean and crisp. Very good. An engaging and cohesive photograph album with almost one hundred sixty images documenting the life of an American Marine on Guam in 1930. The island became a territory of the United States after the Spanish-American War in 1898, and was of great strategic import to both Japan and the United States during World War II. As a result, the island suffered heavy damage during the American campaign to retake it in 1943 and 1944, and as a result these images comprise a highly useful record of Guam and America's military presence there prior to the war. The album consists of numerous scenes on the island, including images of Piti, Apra Harbor, several beaches, various beach structures, town architecture and infrastructure, animal life, and jungle settings. Several of images of native islanders and portraits of Marines and other Americans are present as well. The majority of photographs depict life for the U.S. Marines, and detail their activities, such as military exercises, parades, artillery practice, and camping expeditions. They also show the Marine facilities, such as the barracks and other military structures, as well as a number of military vehicles, naval transports, and Marine aircraft. A small final portion of the album documents a contemporary trip to China. A fine visual record of U.S. Marine and island life during the interwar years on Guam, "Where America starts its day."

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        The Drinks of Yesteryear: A Mixology : Being the 200 Authentic Favorite Formulas of a Pre-Volstead 'wine Clerk' who Long Smilingly Served All Men and Yale Men and All Their Goodly Company

      J. Sullivan [New Haven] (1930) - First Edition. Original brown faux leather soft covers, 52 pages, octavo. Rare prohibition-era cocktail book. Includes recipes for cocktails, cobblers, coolers, cordials, daisies, flips, fizzes, freezes, highballs, juleps, punches, rickeys, smashes, sours, sangarees and toddies. Page 28 with drink titled: Yale. Known to Yale Men Everywhere. 1/3 French Vermouth, 1/3 Gin, 1/3 Creme de Yvette, Shake and strain into a cocktail glass. Also, the Copper Kettle. Sullivan tended bar at The Drought in New Haven, a well known Yale hangout of the time. Copies found at the Culinary Institute of America and at UC Davis. Found in: Straight Up Or On the Rocks, The Story of the American Cocktail by William Grimes. Very Good, expected wear to edges and covers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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        [Photo album]: Young Woman's College Album from 1924 to 1930 in Ypsilanti, Michigan Featuring a Photograph of Mary Pickford

      Ypsilanti, Michigan / Virginia / California, 1930. Very Good. Oblong octavo measuring 8" x 6". 59pp. String-tied black leather over stiff paper boards. Contains 218 gelatin silver black and white or sepia toned photographs measuring between 2.5" x 1.5" and 4.5" x 2.75" with captions, with additional ephemera from 1924 to 1930. Tears and chips with some pages detached but present thus very good with near fine photographs with tiny tears and creases. The photo album contains a plethora of photographs featuring Esther Davis and her adventures. Most pictures are of the three Davis daughters; Alice, Rachel, and Esther either posed or candid shots with their friends taken at Michigan State Normal College in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Esther Davis is seen dancing and smiling with all her glee club members, standing outside wearing fancy clothing or costumes, and graduating high school and college. Esther Davis lived in the Bessie Leach Priddy House, a sorority, at Michigan State Normal College. While most of the pictures are from Michigan, some are labeled from places in Virginia and California. Two of which feature photos of Mary Pickford on the set of Little Annie Rooney which was being filmed in West Hollywood, California. Pickford was 33 at the time of filming but played a spry and determined young Irish girl. The movie became one of the highest grossing films of 1925. Pickford is seen smiling with the cast in one photo and then posing in the other. Both photos are fine with "Mary Pickford in 'Annie Roonie," written on the bottom edge. An interesting collection of photographs from a young woman during 1924 to 1930 documenting her adventures with friends and family, completing her education, and her encounter with Mary Pickford.

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        AS I LAY DYING

      Jonathan Cape : Harrison Smith, New York 1930 - Second issue (not second printing), with pp 11-12 a cancel leaf, correcting the alignment of the initial letter "I". Yellow cloth lettered in brown, brown top page edges, light tan endpapers, fore and bottom page edges tinted tan, as issued (not age yellowing). Variant binding with the cover lettering undamaged. Spine has a vertical ridge down the centre and light, uneven browing; else fine, tight and unworn, no owner names. In a new facsimile dust jacket. Total first printing of only 2522 copies, of which 750 were of the first issue and 1772 of the second. Peterson / Serendipity A7.2. >>> Faulkner's fifth novel, one of the highspots of 20th century American literature, a pioneer work utilizing the stream of consciousness technique. In 1998, the Modern Library ranked As I Lay Dying 35th on its list of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century. Size: Octavo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fine & Striking Portrait Photograph, clearly signed and inscribed (William Surrey, 1864-1946, 'Two-Gun Bill', American Actor and Hero of Silent Western Films, the First Western Movie Star)

      1930 - 'to George Lavender from his friend' on the right side of the image, showing him three quarter length, nearly three quarter face, in hat, jersey, jacket and jeans, aiming a pistol in his right hand, another pistol has just emerged from his pocket on the left, he is standing beside his half life-size bronze portrait sculpted in the same pose in full cowboy dress, no place, no date, circa [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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        PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM OF 94 ORIGINAL, SEPIATONE IMAGES TAKEN BY TRAVELLERS TO THE BRITISH COLONY OF RHODESIA [NOW ZIMBABWE] WITH A SOJOURN TO SOUTH AFRICA IN THE 1930s

      1930. Original album. Original Cloth. Very Good. In an album made by Newlyn of London, comprising blue cloth over heavy boards and leaves of gray boards with photo-windows, are 94 photographs measuring 3.25" x 4" that feature the Zulu tradition, Victoria Falls, etc. Album, 9.5" x 6" with "Photographs" and a gilt emblem on the cover. In the self-governing colony of Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), the point of this voyage was two-fold: to interact with some of Africa's Bantu people, and to observe the rush of Victoria Falls as first sighted by David Livingstone in 1855. Following a pleasant sea voyage with all of the comforts and entertainments expected of a British cruise company, this party of travelers visited the grave of Cecil Rhodes, which lies among the rock formations of the Matopos, and also the Shangani Patrol Memorial erected to commemorate Major Wilson's Last Stand during the first Matabele War in 1893. Zulu people are seen near the front of the album in a small town, and later the men are photographed on the banks of the Zambezi River in a long canoe, while the women fill clay water jugs to carry on their heads for many miles. Victoria Falls, with its immense gorges and raging waters, appear in no fewer than a dozen photographs. Lake Victoria is photographed, along with Victorial Falls Bridge, built in 1905. Our travelers attend and photograph a sport-related celebration where the British flag is prominent, and where African men perform a traditional dance with a large group of musicians playing hand-crafted, three-foot-wide wooden xylophones. A flavorful photo album.

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        YELLOW KNIGHT OF OZ

      - (BAUM,L.FRANK). THE YELLOW KNIGHT OF OZ by Ruth Plumly Thompson. Chic: Reilly & Lee (1930). 4to, brick red cloth, pictorial paste- on, MINT in dust wrapper (dw 1st state with both flaps listing this title last, very lightly frayed 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 color plates plus many full page black and whites. This is a magnificent copy of the 24th Oz title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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