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        Criminal Justice in America. Setaro 172

      First edition of Pound's 1924 Colver Lectures delivered at Brown University upon a subject which had long occupied him, with both his proposed reforms and his historical analysis of criminal justice in 19th century America and in England. The dedication copy, presented to Theodore Francis Green, with Dean Pound's lengthy, personal inscription on the front blank dated September 22, 1930. Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1930.

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        Poems Chosen By Walter De La Mare

      Newton, Wales: Gregynog Press, 1930.. Nr Fine. 8vo Limited edition of 300 copies, this number 233, 1 wood engraved illustration. Hermitage calf-backed marbled boards, 107pp including index of first lines.

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        LITTLE BLACK SAMBO

      1930. Paperback. 2. [BANNERMAN,HELEN]. LITTLE BLACK SAMBO. Racine: Whitman no date ca 1930. Folio (9 x 12 1/2"), stiff linen-like pictorial wraps, [16]p. including covers, name on edge of cover else VG+. This striking version of Sambo is illustrated in a broad style by TERRY AND MARY SMITH with bold colors printed on various colored papers. Very scarce.

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        Projekt metallizsjeskogo dirischablja na 40 zsjelovjek (Russian). (A Project concerning a Metal Dirigible for 40 People [or A Proposed 40-Man Dirigible]).

      Kaluga 1930. Orig. printed wrappers. 8vo. (16,5 x 12,8 cm). A few spots to margins of wrappers, otherwise mint. 91 pp. + 21 pp. with illustrations only.. Rare and interesting first edition (in Russian). Few of T.'s works are as extensive and elaborate as this one. T. was clearly very much ahead of his time in the design of the metal dirigible presented here. Science and technology only very lately grasped his conceps and by the time they did, their author was forgotten and T.'s name was, very wrongly, not mentioned. "The works of Tsiolkovskiy that date from the Soviet period repeat the principle assumption of his theory of the metal aerostat, provide counsel on the practical organization of experimental work, survey critically the existing types of dirigibles, and point out the errors in the research into metal-envelope dirigibles in the USSR and abroad." (Collected Works, 1959, III: p. 23).Being the father of the all-metal dirigible aerostat with changeable volume and gas heating, his technical foresight was greatly in advance of the level of industrial development at the time. He came up with a number of entirely new ideas concerning dirigible design. He set out to develop a dirigible that would be safe as well as fast, up until then the dirigibles in use were neither. He wanted to ensure a longer flight-time, and was certain this could not be attained with the fabric envelopes in use at the time, -they leaked gas, lost hight and couldn't stay aloft for long at a time. Besides that they were insecure due to fire-hazard and not sufficiently strong. As the very first, T. developed the idea of an all-metal envelope that was capable of altering size, - the "breathing" metal envelope. "Tsiolkovskiy's ideas found no support either in Russia or abroad. His ideas were dozens of years ahead of the science and technology of his time. The subsequent development of the technology of dirigible construction shows that Tsiolkovskiy's ideas were adopted by many authors who, however, treated them as recent discoveries, without mentioning the name of Konstantin Eduardovich." (Collected Works, 1959, III: p. 11-12). "Forty years of experimenting were needed to produce concepts that had already been expressed by K.E. Tsiolkovkiy, while aeronautics was still in the cradle." (Collected Works, 1959, III: p. 17). With the invention of the all-metal dirigible T. has proved to be ahead of both contemporary scientists and inventors as well as of his time. "His work is now a shining beacon in science, attracting the attention of the scientists and designers called upon to provide mankind with a reliable transport dirigible." (Collected Works, 1959, III: p. 26).The father of modern rocketry, Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovski (1857-1935), is probably most widely known for his works on rocket propulsion, however his contributions to several fields of science have been immense and of exceedingly seminal character. Deafened at the age of nine and as a consequence thereof unable to go to school, he was forced to learn everything on his own hand. His father, a forester, was fond of scientific experiments, and though not wealthy, he had books on science and natural history. Tsiolkovski began by reading all books he could find on these subjects and as a consequence was able to construct quite complicated devices for measuring distances and many other things. Having seen how gifted his son was, his father sent him to Moscow, where Tsiolkovski spend all three years in libraries, receiving no teaching but his own, but still succeeding in taking a degree in physics from the university. T. can thus be seen as a purely self-taught man. After Moscow he settled in the small city of Borovskoye, where he taught physics at a school, spending all his spare time conducting experiments and writing about them. He devoted his intellect mainly to three scientific problems of the greatest importance at the time: The aeroplane, the (long-range) rocket and the all metal dirigible. Self-taught as he was and unable to come in touch with new publications in his fields of interest, he began with nothing and made all necessary calculations himself. Calculations and experiments were always at the base of his scientific works, and no conclusions were derived from intuition and guesswork. He was the first in the world to solve numerous problems concerning his three main interests, but unable to be recognized by the tsar-regime and considered, at best, a dreamer and a utopian, the struggle for his inventions was long and hard. Aged 24 he was the first in the world to formulate the possibility of applying the principle of reactive motion for flight in a vacuum, thus presenting a simple plan for a spaceship. He established the possibility of space travel by means of rockets, and is thus called the father of rocketry. He is also called the father of the all-metal dirigible. He is the first to propose and state that liquid fuel is necessary for spaceflight. He was the first in the world to make calculations for the air-jet and turbo-prop-planes, and it is in his works we find the most complete elaboration of the theory of rocket propulsion for many years to come. "In his works on rocket dynamics Tsiolkovsky, the first in the history of science, calculated the efficiency of the rocket and pointed out the advantages of rocket motors at high velocities." (Kosmodemyansky, Moscow, 1956, p. 69). T. saw it as necessary step for mankind to explore and inhabit outer space and nothing could prevent him from working on the possibilities of this; in short, among many other things, we owe to him the fundamental principles of rocket dynamics.After the Revolution T. became a member of the Academy, was allotted a personal pension in 1921, and became able to devote himself entirely to his scientific work. Now his contemporaries finally saw him as the founder of a new domain of human knowledge, a new science, he was, and he was awarded the Red Banner of Labour Order for outstanding services to his country

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        [Photograph Album]: 110 Photos of a Midwestern Farm Family

      [Circa 1930s]. Oblong 12mo. (100)pp. String bound with flexible cloth boards with half the interior pages empty or unused. Very good with general rubbing to the edges and some fraying at the corners. A photo album of 110 black and white images, most approximately 4" x 3" with some larger and smaller, of a Midwestern farming family with several photos labeled in ink at the margins. The album includes numerous shots of the farmer, his wife and children, and other relations posing for the camera, at a wedding, playing croquet, and horsing around with children. A nearly equal number of the photographs show livestock, hay bales, farm hands working in the fields, potato harvesting, horse-drawn wagons, period automobiles, and three images of what looks to be Yosemite National Park, including one of Old Faithful during an eruption. An evocative portrait of family life in the Dust Bowl during the Depression. .

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        Flatbush & Brooklyn College: Vol. 13 of 29 Atlases of Insurance Maps for Brooklyn

      Sanborn Map Company New York: Sanborn Map Company, 1930. hardcover. very good. Atlas. Lithograph with original hand coloring. Massive elephant folio. Decorative calligraphic titles, indices, and key maps. Contains a set of 77 detailed maps of Brooklyn along with changes recorded on paste-on correction slips through 1973. Quarter leather binding with gilt title on front and spine. Large tear to spine to front board of original protective canvas cover. This volume includes Brooklyn College Campus and part of Kings Highway as well as extensions of Ocean Avenue and Bay Avenue. The Sanborn map collection consists of a uniform series of large scale maps, dating from 1867 to the present depicting the commercial, industrial, and residential sections of some twelve thousand cities and towns in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The maps were designed to assist fire insurance agents in determining the degree of hazard associated with a particular property and therefore show the size, shape and construction of dwellings, commercial buildings, and factories as well as fire walls locations of windows and doors, sprinkler systems, and types of roofs. The maps also indicate widths and names of streets, property boundaries, building use, and house and block numbers. They show locations of water mains, giving their dimensions, and of fire alarm boxes and hydrants. Sanborn maps are an unrivaled source of information about the structure and use of buildings in American Cities. The collection includes some fifty thousand editions of fire insurance maps comprising an estimated seven hundred thousand individual sheets. The Library of Congress holdings represent the largest extant collection of maps produced by the Sanborn Map Company. The majority of the maps were acquired by the Library through copyright deposit, but the collection was substantially enriched in 1967 when the Bureau of the Census transferred to the Library of Congress a complete set. The 1,899 loose-leaf binders were particularly noteworthy because they included later editions than those previously acquired by the Library. The Bureau of the Census set of maps had been regularly updated by printed, paste-on corrections supplied by the Sanborn Map Company, whereas the Library of Congress copies were retained in the form in which they were copyrighted.

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        Contes de Perrault

      L'Edition d'Art Paris: L'Edition d'Art, n.d. [1930]. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. Lovely purple calf, gilt-stamped lettering on spine, t.e.g.; in slipcase. Beautifully illustrated in color throughout. Number 38 from a limited edition of 200 copies on Japan Imperial paper. Spine just a little bit darkened, with tiny scuff marks at tips; otherwise fine.

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        PETER PAN I WENDY

      1930. 2. BARRIE,J.M. PETER PAN I WENDY. Barcelona: Editorial Joventut nd ca 1930. Oblong 4to, pictorial board panels folded accordion style, some cover soil, VG+. Each side of the 12 panels is illustrated in color by A. Salo. There are 3 tab operated moveable pages so that when the tab is pulled, the illustration becomes 3 dimensional. Rare.

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        RAIN AND SMOKE.

      Etching. Signed in pencil. One of sixteen printed in June 1930. Image size 113 x 111 mm. Campbell Dodgson 8. A fine impression. Unmounted. Price is subject to VAT at the current rate.

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        A Draft of XXX Cantos

      Paris: Hours Press 1930 Paris: Hours Press, 1930. First edition, No. 119 of 200 copies on Canson-Montgolfier Soleil velin M.R.V.paper (total edition of 210 copies for sale). 8vo. Woodcut initials designed by Dorothy Shakespeare. 142, [1] pp. Original buff linen, spine darkened, spine tips slightly rubbed, rear inner hinge splitting; endpapers and preliminaries very lightly foxed. Bookplate of Coman Leavenworth. Gallup A31a; Connolly, 100 Modern Books, 66

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        TALE OF LITTLE PIG ROBINSON

      1930. 1. POTTER,BEATRIX. THE TALE OF LITTLE PIG ROBINSON. Philadelphia: David McKay Company (1930). 8vo, blue cloth, pictorial paste-on, 141p., MINT COPY IN NEAR FINE DUST WRAPPER (dw minor wear to spine ends). 1st U.S. edition. Illustrated with 6 fine color plates plus numerous line illustrations in text and pictorial endpapers. This American edition actually appeared before the U.K. ed. and contains 12 more drawings plus 13 head and tailpieces that do not appear in the British edition. This is an amazing copy, rarely found in such nice condition and in the rare variant blue cloth binding. Quinby 30A.

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        Le Spleen de Paris.

      Paris: Éditions Nilsson c. 1930. With 6 colourplates by Edith Follet (pochoir) pasted in. 217 + (2) pp. Uncut copy bound with orig. wrappes and top edge gilt in nice full leatherbinding decorated with goldlines on spine and boards and with inner ornamental border. (Juul-Lassen)

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        Joan Miró. Lithographe I-II.

      I. 1930-1952. Michel Leiris. Repentirs et ajouts, 1970. Autour de Joan Miró 1947. Fernand Mourlot. Catalogue et Notices. Exemplaire édité spécialment pour Maeght Éditeur. A. C. Mazo & Cie Paris 1972. 4:o. 231,(7) pp. With 11 Original lithographes. II. 1953-1963. Préface de Raymond Queneau. Maeght éditeur Paris 1975. 4:o. 253,(1) pp. With 11 Original lithographes. Publisher`s cloth with dustjacket (original lithograph) in mylar dustjacket. In original slip-case. 33 x 26 cm. 2 volumes.. Dustjackets (original lithographes) not included in the 11 litographes. All together 24 original lithographes

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        SVENSKA TRÄDGÅRDSKONSTEN SÅDAN DEN TILL VÅRA DAGAR BEVARATS I ANLÄGGNINGAR VID SLOTT OG HERRGÅRDAR. Red. af Erik Lundberg m.fl. Uppmätningar och beskrivningar jämte bilder samlade och utgivna av Arkitekturminnesföreningen. 2 dele sambundet.

      Stockholm, Nordisk Rotogravyr, 1930-31. 156 + 177 sider + s/h plancher. Indb. i pergamentslignende helbind med helguldsnit. Stadig i forlagskassette. Folioformat.. Numm. XVII af 35 ex. Fremstår helt lydefri

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        Svenska trädgårdskonsten sådan den till våra dagar bevarats i anläggningar vid slott och herrgårdar. I-II. Uppmätningar och beskrivningar jämte bilder samlade och utgivna av Arkitekturminnesföreningen. Arbetet utfört under ledning av arkitekterna Hakon Ahlberg och Harald Wadsjö. Redaktör för texten arkitekten fil. lic. Erik Lundberg. Botaniska uppgifter av direktören C. G. Dahl och amanuensen C. G. Alm. Det fotografiska arbetet av C. G. Rosenberg.

      Nordisk Rotogravyr, 1930-31 Två volymer, 161; 178 s. Planscher och andra illustrationer. Marmorerade blå pappband, putsat övre snitt, i övrigt oskurna. Stort format: 44 X 28,5 cm.. Upplaga tryckt i 475 numrerade exemplar, varav detta är nr 100

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        Die Vollständigkeit der Axiome des logischen Funktionskalküls. [In: Monatshefte für Mathematik und Physik, XXXVII. Band].

      [Leipzig, 1930). 8vo. Stapled extract. Some flossing to inner margin, probably from when extracted, far from affecting text. Handwritten indication of the journal, from which it is extracted, in pencil, on top of first page. Pp. (349) - 360.. The scarce first printing of this seminal paper, in which Gödel, the greatest logician since Aristotle, proves for the first time the compactness theorem, which is of the greatest importance to the development of model theory, as it provides a useful method for constructing models of any set of sentences that is finitely consistent. The compactness theorem is used by Gödel to derive a generalization of the completeness theorem. The present highly important and influential paper constitutes a revised and shortened version of Gödel's doctorial dissertation, published the same year, in which he showed that every valid formula of first-order logic is provable and, moreover that each axiom of first-order logic is independent (the first of which is referred to as Gödel's completeness theorem). In this journal version he, in addition to that proved in the dissertation, also proved his highly influential compactness theorem (which states that a set of first-order sentences has a model if and only if every finite subset of it has a model). "G settled the [problem] of completeness (positively) in the summer and wrote up the result as his dissertation, which was finished by July. A revised version was received by the editor of "Monatshefte" on 22 October and published 1930; a main addition was what is now known as "Compactness theorem". G received his doctoral degree on 6 February 1930. He presented his result in Menger's colloquium on 14 May and in Königsberg on 6 September 1930." (Wang, Reflections on Kurt Gödel). "The Compactness Theorem was extended to the case of uncountable vocabularies by Maltsev in 1936, from which the Upward Löwenheim-Skolem theorem immediately follows. TheCompactness Theorem would become one of the main tools in the then fledgling subject of model theory." (SEP).From the library of the highly important Danish logician and philosopher Jørgen Jørgensen (1894-1969), who was an active collaborator with the logical positivists from the Vienna Circle. After Hans Hahn's death he became editor of the series of the Vienna Circle, the "Einheitswissenchaft" ("Unified Science"), and later he collaborated on the International Encyclopedia, to which he contributed with the essay "The Development of Logical Empiricism", 1951. Jørgensen is also widely recognized for his three volume work "Treatise of Formal Logic; Its Evolution and Main Branches, with its Relations to Mathematics and Philosophy", 1931.Apart from the paramount importance of the paper, it is also of the utmost rarity, as evidenced by the fact that it is neither present in the collection of Honeyman, Barchas, Haskell Norman, nor Hook & Norman: Origins of Cyberspace, and furthermore, the paper has not been up for sale on any of the major auction houses for at least the last 50 years

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        SPRINGTIDE OF LIFE: POEMS OF CHILDHOOD

      1930. 1. (RACKHAM,ARTHUR)illus. SPRINGTIDE OF LIFE: POEMS OF CHILDHOOD by Algernon Swinburne. London: Heinemann (1918). 4to, green gilt cloth, near Fine. 1st ed. Featuring 8 beautiful color plates and 52 b&w's by Rackham. Laid in is a 2 page handwritten signed letter dated February 5, 1930 from Rackham to a Mr. Taylor reading: "Here are the remaining drawings for Mr. Scheuer. You will see there are 23 of them. This number is reached (instead of 16) because in several cases there was more than one drawing on the same sheet of paper and they are now separated. In two cases there were two drawings: and in one, six. The above is now my permanent home address to which all communication had better be addressed as I shall be there much more than at my London studio (where I can be, at any time, by appointment). I wish I had been able to get these drawings to you before this and I very much hope Mr. Scheuer has not been incomvenienced. I need hardly say it has not been possible to do otherwise but I am now back at work again and completely recovered from my operation."

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        Works of Edmund Spenser, The

      1930. The Shakespeare Head Spenser[SHAKESPEARE HEAD PRESS]. SPENSER, Edmund. The Works of Edmund Spenser. Oxford: Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press…& Published for the Press by Basil Blackwell, 1930-1932.One of 375 numbered copies on Batchelor’s Shakespeare Head handmade paper (this copy being No. 134), out of a total edition of 386 copies. Eight large octavo volumes (11 3/16 x 7 1/8 inches; 285 x 194 mm.). [8], 135, [1, blank], [3], 140*-144*, 137-306, [1], [1, blank]; [8], 252; [8], 220, [1], [3, blank]; [8], 240, [1], [7, blank]; [8], 260, [2], [2, blank]; [8], 415, [1]; [8], 240, [1], [3, blank]; [8], 278, [2] pp. With 111 woodcut illustrations, decorations, and title vignettes after and by Hilda Quick, all hand-colored, except for five that are printed in red and black. A Vewe of the Present State of Ireland with pictorial woodcut title-page border and woodcut frontispiece map of Ireland by Macdonald Gill, both hand-colored. Lettering for half-titles, title-pages, headings, and initials printed in red, black, and blue after designs by Joscelyne Gaskin, some shoulder notes printed in red, with occasional text printed in red and black.Bound in the original quarter green Hermitage calf over marbled boards by Douglas Cockerell. Vellum tips. Spines lettered and dated in gilt. All edges uncut. A fine set. In the original glassines. Publisher's prospectus loosely laid in.“The text of the present edition of Spenser’s Works has been prepared by Professor W.L. Renwick. It follows in every case the first edtions…The decorations have been designed and engraved on wood by Hilda Quick, those in The Shepheardes Calender being based on the cuts in the original editions. The initial letters and the letterings for the title-page and headings have been engraved by her from designs by Joscelyne Gaskin” (Volume I, preliminary p. [8]).“The text has been newly prepared from the original editions by Professor W.L. Renwick…The headings and initial letters, drawn by Joscelyne Gaskin and engraved on wood by Hilda Quick, will be printed in colour. The decorations, in part based on the woodcuts in the early editions but for the most part original, designed and engraved on wood by Hilda Quick, will be coloured by hand” (Publisher’s Prospectus).“The eight volumes of Spenser, 1930, are equally good—different, as the character of the author, is, but in merita nothing to choose between them. Perhaps the small devices below Spenser’s sonnets, printed in black and in the vellum copies beautifully laid with gold, are the most discreet and opulent form of decoration, fitting and in flawless taste” (Franklin, p. 150).Franklin, pp. 150, 236. Ransom, Selective Check Lists, p. 17, no. 67.

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        FLATEYJARBOK (CODEX FLATEYENSIS). Ms.

      No.1005 fol.in the royal collection in the Royal Library of Copenhagen. With an Introduction by Finnur Jonsson. Coph., 1930. Folio. Orig.hvellum. (14) pp. and 448 pp. of facsimiles(photolithographs by Emil Pinkau & Co.,A-G, Leipzig). Corpus Codicum Islandicorum Medii Aevi,vol.I. - The work contains in full size reproduction this world-famous manuscript

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        HAVETH CHILDERS EVERYWHERE. FRAGMENT FROM WORK IN PROGRESS

      Henry Babou and Jack Kahane; New York: The Fountain Press Paris: Henry Babou and Jack Kahane; New York: The Fountain Press, 1930. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED ISSUE. ONE OF 100 COPIES ON IRIDESCENT HANDMADE JAPAN, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR (this is copy #24). (There were an additional 500 on paper and 85 writer's copies.). One of 100 Signed Joyce "Finnegan" Excerpts,An Unopened Copy, with Undisturbed Glassine 283 x 191 mm (11 1/8 x 7 1/2"). 72, [2] pp. Original white paper covers with printed titling on front and spine, leaves untrimmed and UNOPENED, IN THE ORIGINAL GLASSINE PROTECTIVE WRAPPER. The whole in the original (slightly rubbed) three-panel stiff card folder covered with gilt paper. (Without the original slipcase.) Title printed in green and black, initials and headlines printed in green. Inside front cover of folder with bookplate of John Kobler. Slocum & Cahoon A-41. Corners justly slightly bumped, one small faint brown spot to tissue cover, but AN OUTSTANDING COPY, the very fragile and always-torn glassine entirely intact, and the text with no signs of use, most of it never having seen the light of day. This luxury version of an excerpt from "Finnegans Wake" is printed on especially pleasing handmade paper that glows like a pearl. In his book review for the New York Times (11 January 1931), Herbert Matthews says this fragment is "an attempt to enrich and refashion the English language, and as such is highly stimulating and carries the reader through a form of mental gymnastics which is not without its profit and amusement." However, he admits, "after an honest and patient effort, backed by a previous reading of all of Mr. Joyce's work, 'Haveth Childers Everywhere' still remained absolutely incomprehensible," and he expresses concern that "Mr. Joyce has gone a little further on the path he is hewing for himself toward what seems to be complete linguistic chaos." Perhap our previous owner found it equally rough going, for this copy has obviously never been read. Appearances of our special 100 signed copies are not frequent in the marketplace: ABPC lists just three sales since 1995.

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        [French Erotic Print]: One Man & Two Women (circa 1930)

      [not indicated: not indicated. circa 1930]. Hand colored pochoir print on fine wove paper. Image size (height preceding width) measures approximately 28 x 18 cm. Near fine. Signed "ERES." Could be one of the eight original prints also signed "Eres," for the pornographic novel Aventures d'une satyre (attributed to Jane de Rozat) published in Paris in the mid-1930s. .

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        I manoscritti e i disegni di leonardo da vinci. pubblicati dalla reale commissione vinciana sotto gli auspici del ministero dell'educazione nazionale. "serie minore" il codice forster nel " victoria and albert museum " - -br-riproduzione fototipica con trascrizione critica roma danesi / libreria dello stato 1930 / 1934 / 1936

      Edizione di 300 esemplari numerati - 3 Tomi in 4 volumi + un quinto di Prefazione - Indice - in 4°pic. bross. a stampa - su carta pesante pagine non rifilate - intonsi-BR-Vol. 1°: il Codice Forster I, pp. (2) + 12 non numerate + 99 numerate per foglio e non per pagina --BR-Vol. 2°: il Codice Forster II / 1, pp. (2) + 12 non numerate + 91 numerate per foglio e non per pagina --BR-Vol. 3°: il Codice Forster II / 2, pp. (2) + 12 non numerate + proseguimento della num. fino a pag. 284 + (2) -BR-Vol. 4°: il Codice Forster III, pp. (2) + 12 non numerate + 137 numerate per foglio e non per pagina-BR-Vol. 5°: i Codici Forster I - III. prefazione - indice - pp. 69 + (3) - Qualche segno d'uso alle copertine - uno strappo al piatto/dorso del vol. 3° (riparato) - ottimi nel resto

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        Amerika. Die Stilbildung des neuen Bauens in den Vereinigten Staaten.

      163 Seiten mit 260 Abbildungen.Sehr schönes Exemplar., Neues Bauen in der Welt, Band 2. Tadelloses Exemplar mit dem Orig.-Schutzumschlag von El Lissitzky. The author analyses the development of an American style of architecture and disparate influences on the work of the modern masters Sullivan, Burnham, Rott and Wright. Wich much on construction techniques and many fine photos of contemporary buildings.- Jaeger 0772. Bolliger, Dokumentations-Bibliothek, VI, 25.

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        Original Watercolor of New Yorker Magazine Cover for August 30, 1930

      Original cover illustration for the August 30, 1930 issue of New Yorker magazine. The image is matted to 13.25" x 19" and framed to 20" x 28". The printed cover of the issue is affixed to the rear of the frame, and reveals that the original image is faded, but is otherwise about fine. A nautical scene where vacationers disport themselves at sailing, motorboating, skiing, drinking, seaplaning, and other water sports. .

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        Deutsche Arbeit. Bilder vom Wiederaufstieg Deutschlands

      Verlag Ullstein Berlin Verlag Ullstein 1930 First edition fair Quarto. 126, [2]pp. Original pictorial wrappers. Half cloth over paper covered boards with red lettering on front cover and white lettering on spine. Frontispiece portrait of a German worker. Printer's device on title-page. Rare and fascinating work being an homage to all of Germany's industrial workers and their contribution to Germany's "rebirth". This photographic work is profusely illustrated with 92 striking sepia tone photogravures depicting German industrial sites and its various people at work. Lower part of wrappers chipped and torn. Spine of binding age-toned with lettering somewhat faded. Corners rubbed. Wrappers in overall poor, binding in good-, interior in near to fine condition. About the photographer: Emil Otto Hopp?(1878 ?72) was a portrait, travel, and topographic photographer active between 1907 and 1945. Although Hopp?was one of the most important photographic artists of his era and highly celebrated in his time, his body of photographic work sat entombed in a London picture library for over thirty years after his death, which led to his being forgotten in the latter half of the twentieth century.

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        Outlines of Sport [with:] original pen and ink drawing of a fishing scene, the third picture in OUTLINES

      New York: Dutton 1930 New York: Dutton, 1930. First edition, one of 100 copies SIGNED by the artist. 4to (11 x 12 inches). 12 images. The plates mounted on black boards hinged accordion style so that they may be turned, as pages in a book, or unfolded into a frieze; fine condition, bookplate of Mary L. Hemenway; enclosed in publisher's substantial linen slipcase . A fine example of Held's humorous line and superb draftsmanship. Shown are ladies and gentlemen enjoying the following pursuits: Hunting, Fox Hunting, Fishing, Golf, Water Skiing, Snow Skiing, Parachuting, Tennis, Yachting, Polo, Boxing, and Chess. Rare and delightfulWith an original pen and ink drawing (10 x 10 in.) SIGNED ("John Held") and matted, glazed, and framed (frame damaged at one corner), depicting a fisherman, the third drawing in Held's OUTLINES OF SPORT

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM

      1930. 2. (POGANY,WILLY)illus. RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM. NY: Thomas Crowell, [1930]. 4to (7 3/4 x 10 1/4"), gilt decorated salmon colored cloth, top edge gilt, MINT IN DUST WRAPPER AND PUBLISHER'S BOX (box with some wear but VG). 1st edition of this new Pogany edition. The 1st & 4th renderings in English by Fitzgerald are illustrated with 12 beautiful tipped-in color plates plus 45 mounted gold and black plates and b&w's in- text. According to a publishers booklet interviewing Pogany, he notes 'My last Omar pictures? Yes they are quite different from the Omar Khayyam that I did in London years ago. But I think they are just as true to the oriental spirit. I have westernized and modernized Omar more, but perhaps I have interpreted him more nearly to our present day readers.' Great copy, rare in the box.

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        Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. The First and Fourth Renderings in English Verse with Illustrations by Willy Pogany. Limited Edition Signed & with Signed Etched Plate.

      London: George Harrap, 1930.. First edition thus. Number 554 of 750 copies for England signed by the illustrator. With additional etched frontispiece this also signed by Pogany. 12 tipped-in coloured plates and other illustrations and decorations. 4to, pp. 172, publishers full green crushed morocco with central decoration in red and gilt to upper cover, top edge gilt others uncut. Some marginal foxing, corner of one tipped-in plate creased, spine faded; generally very good.

      [Bookseller: Bristow & Garland]
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