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        Oeuvres completes. Illustrees par Berthold Mahn.

      Paris, Librairie de France, 1931-1932.. 8 vol. Mit 96 (32 farb.) Tafeln und s/w. Illustr. im Text. Marmor. Halblederbände mit goldepr. Rückentitel, etwas Rückevergoldung, Kopfgoldschnitt und marmor. Vorsätzen.. Velin No. 987/1500 numerierten Exemplaren auf Velin superieur des papeteries Navarre. - Sauberes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat Leonidas Sakellaridi]
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      Weimar: Cranach Presse, 1931. Limited Edition, number 120 of 200 copies on paper.. Vellum Binding. Very Good dust jacket. Slim Quarto. Eric Gill. Bound as issued in vellum backed boards with vellum tipped corners; title stamped in gold on the spine; plain paper wrapper and slipcase are gently shelfworn; printed in black with red titles and headers in Jenson Antigua type with Gill's illustrations and initials throughout; very light and even foxing. Single bifolium, “Former Publications of the Cranach Presse, Weimar” is laid in. Publications in this announcement include The Ecologues of Virgil, Hamlet, and The Duinese Elegies. While a German press, the English tradition and talents were very much at work in the Cranach Press. Count Harry Kessler employed Emery Walker and Edward Johnson, giants of the private press movement as advisors. Additionally, notable pressmen J. H. Mason and H. Gage-Cole from the Doves Press were put to work for Kessler. As Hitler came to power in Germany and Europe crept towards the Second World War Kessler's left-leaning politics made his life in Germany increasingly untenable. While he had other work planned for the Press, he abandoned it in the early 1930s. This is among the last books produced. In his survey of private presses, Roderick Cave calls this one of three “superb” books issued by the Cranach Presse, “in the grand tradition in which neither time nor cost was important.” Hunter and Kelly in A Century of the Century call it “a graceful, exquisite coda to thw work of a great modern press.” Ransom 10; Cave 146-7, Artist and the Book 121, Hunter and Kelly 29.

      [Bookseller: Michael Pyron, Bookseller]
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        A Bibliography of the Writings of William Somerset Maugham (One of 50 Signed Copies)

      Unicorn Press, London, 1931. 1st Edition. HARDCOVER. 8vo in blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt, marbled end-papers, 78pp. No 9 of 50 copies signed by Maugham. This copy with the engraved ornate armorial bookplate of Gregory Schapiro on the front paste-down end-paper . . . . . . . . .. .CONDITION : A well preserved FINE very clean, bright and tight (very mild sunning to spine, slight tanning to leaves). ...

      [Bookseller: David Bunnett Books]
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        Mrs. Dalloway

      Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1931. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co, 1925: First edition, sixth printing (1931). In Very Good condition, in a Very Good original dust jacket, designed by Vanessa Bell, with price of $2.50 intact. Clean text. Sound binding. Offsetting to end papers. Front free end paper has been neatly excised. Small price in pen written on first blank page. Slight dampstain at bottom corner, slightly affecting cloth, dust jacket flap corners, the cloth, the bottom corner of the page block and only lightly bleeding into the pages. The orange cloth shows rubbing, light edge wear, fading to the spine and light scratches to the surface of the rear board. Top and bottom of page block show light areas of wear. The dust jacket shows light rubbing, several faint, stray pencil marks, and aforementioned tide marks. There is light chipping at corners and spine ends. The spine panel is darkened, with creasing and surface wear. A very lovely example of this scarce dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        A Fighting Man of Mars

      Metropolitan Books, 1931. Hardcover. Very Good. Metropolitan Books, New York 1931. First Edition / First Printing. Dated 1931 with no additional printings. Red cloth boards. Illustrated frontispiece by Hugh Hutton. Scarce. First State: Metropolitan at the base of the spine and on the title page. Book Condition: Very Good, spine rolled, shelf wear, spots on the boards. Light fraying at the spine, age toning, erasures at the endpaper. Minor repair at the rear endpaper hinge. Jacket is not present.

      [Bookseller: 1st Editions and Antiquarian Books, ABA,]
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      Grosset & Dunlap, 1931. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Gosset & Dunlap, 1897. Stage Play Edition. Although dated 1897, this edition was likely printed in 1927. In Very Good condition, in a Good+ dust jacket, which depicts Dracula's ominous eyes looming over a sleeping woman. Previous owner's name penned on front free end paper, then partially erased. Light edge wear to cloth. The jacket has chipping and loss, with creases, short tears, rubbing and some overall wear. Wear along the folds. The jacket has been strengthened from the verso with tape along the folds. Rare in original jacket.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Memoirs of No-Nosi, a Prize Pekingese. 1 of 50. Association copy

      [London]: [George W. Jones, at the Sign of the Dolphin], 1931 London: George W. Jones, at the Sign of the Dolphin, 1931. First and limited edition; just 50 copies ever printed. Illustrations by the author. Association/presentation copy, having been given to the Zamorano Club (the famed Caiifornia book collectors' club, named for Agustin Zamorano) by Constance Astley, the author's wife, with a Zamorano bookplate so stating on the front pastedown; also a previous owner's bookplate on the pastedown. 39 pp. Color frontispiece and color and monochrome illustrations by the author. 15½x10½, large but slender. Hard vellum and marbled silk boards, spine titled in gilt. Marbling of the silk boards is in blue, green and white. Limited to 50 copies. Near Fine to fine, lovely condition, with even the title page tissue guard still flawless. Beautifully-made illustrated story of love between two Pekingese. An extremely scarce title, with most of the fifty doubtless remaining in the hands of dog loving elite. Possibly the most collectible book on the subject of Pekingese. LG8

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        The Good Earth

      London: Methuen & Co., 1931. First British edition of the author's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel and masterpiece. Octavo, original light brown cloth. Signed by Pearl Buck on the title page. Near fine in the rare dust jacket which shows light wear to the extremities and some minor professional restoration. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. Rare signed. Over ninety years have passed since The Good Earth won the Pulitzer Prize, it has retained its popularity and become one of the great modern classics. "I can only write what I know, and I know nothing but China, having always lived there," wrote Pearl Buck. In The Good Earth she presents a graphic view of a China when the last emperor reigned and the vast political and social upheavals of the twentieth century were but distant rumblings for the ordinary people. This moving, classic story of the honest farmer Wang Lung and his selfless wife O-lan is must reading for those who want to fully appreciate the sweeping changes that have occurred in the lives of the Chinese people during this century.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Seven Hall of Famers Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Tony Lazzeri, Earle Combs, Bill Dickey, Red Ruffing, and Joe Sewell, coach Arthur Fletcher and nine other 1931 Yankees signed Spalding ?Babe Ruth Home Run Series? baseball ? Joe McCarthy?s first Yankees? team!

      n.p., [1931] Spalding ?Babe Ruth Home Run Series? baseball (grade ?6?) signed in blue ink. Strengths range between (?7?) and (?3?): Sweet Spot: Babe Ruth (?6? strength); North Panel: Earle Combs (?6? strength), Chas. Ruffing (?6-7? strength), Henry Johnson, Cy Perkins, and two clubhouse signatures; South Panel: Lyn Lary, Jimmie Reese, Myril Hoag, Joe Sewell (?4? strength) and Geo W. Pipgras; West Panel: Arthur Fletcher (coach), Dusty Rhodes, Paul Andrews, Tony Lazzeri (?4? strength) and Ed Wells; East Panel: Lou Gehrig (?6? strength) and Bill Dickey (?5-6? strength).Pitcher Ivy Paul Andrews appeared in his first major league game on August 15, 1931. He was the starting pitcher and left after six innings with the Tigers leading 4-1 at Detroit?s Navin Field. The Yankees eventually won the game 7-5 in 16 innings and Andrews ended his first season 2-0.JSA LOA

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        The Sands of Muskeget: A Christmas Holiday

      Cambridge, MA: Privately Printed , 1931. Hardcover. Near fine condition. Signed Christmas greeting card laid-in. Bound in original illustrated boards. Minor chips and closed tears to the head and the heel of the spine.

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Amok: A Story

      The Viking Press, 1931-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. New York: The Viking Press, 1933. 121 pp. First American edition, fifth printing. Signed by the author on the free front end paper in fountain pen; apparently the pen lacked ink on the first letter, so the re-inked test stroke became the basis of it. Zweig was an enormously popular writer in America and the world in the early thirties. If the antique Boston bookstore stamp on the front end paper is any clue, he may have been in the city to research Christian Science founder Mary Baker Eddy at her Boston headquarters. Very Good hardcover in Good+ dust jacket. A bit of foxing to fore edge, Old Corner Book Store stamp on ffep, some green offsetting to gutters. Jacket has moderate foxing on front panel and edges, a few small pen marks, small nick in spine, price intact. Rare signature from the Austrian novelist.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Order of the Genes C, Sh and Wx in Zea Mays with Reference to a Cytologically Known Point in the Chromosome; A Correlation of Cytological and Genetical Crossing-Over in Zea Mays

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 17, No. 8, pp. 485-497, August. PAPERBACK. Very good condition. First edition. Offprint. Original wrappers. Ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover. 2 articles.* Genetics. Nobel Prize. "McClintock and Creighton proved the link between chromosomal crossover during meiosis and the recombination of genetic traits." Wikipedia Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good. 1931.

      [Bookseller: Robinson Street Books, IOBA]
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        The Glass Key

      Alfred A. Knopf, 1931. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1931. First Edition, First Printing. In a second state dust jacket, with reviews on the front flap, and is a bit shorter. In Very Good condition, in a Good dust jacket. Name of former owner and two small damp stains on paste down. Cloth shows rubbing, sunning to spine and edgewear. The dust jacket has tape repairs to both sides, splits, creasing, rubbing and edge wear. Fragile and worn along the folds. Presents well; extremely scarce in dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        THE CHIMES

      London: Limited Editions Club, 1931. hardcover. Spine a bit darkened, as usual, but gilt bright. Near Fine in a lightly soiled, Near Fine slipcase. Arthur Rackham. Quarto (7-3/4" x 11-1/2") bound in decorated buckram with gilt highlights; 166 pages. Designed and printed by George Jones. Copy #397 of 1500 illustrated with six full-page black and white illustrations and fourteen smaller black and white drawings throughout the text by Arthur Rackham. SIGNED by the illustrator on the colophon page. Monthly Letter laid in.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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      Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1931., 1931. First edition. Fine and extremely bright, clean copy lacking the very rare dust jacket. Introduction by Heywood Broun. Damon Runyon (1888-1946) wrote many excellent short stories in which much that went on was on the wrong side of the law. In this book there are thirteen short stories where the characters live in the area of show business, gambling, fashion, etc. and meet in the world of crime and felony. Queen's Quorum 84 says, "...... the reader meets a choice collection of cheap chiselers, chippie chasers, and cheesecake chewers --- or to put it differently, the Runyon guys and dolls are Broadway banditti, metropolitan mobsters, Gotham gunmen, and Times Square thugs. The great modern interpreter of The Main Stem, however, leavened his tales of passion and violence with a unique type of humor which can only be described as New York Runyonese." A Haycraft/Queen Cornerstone mystery title and a Queen's Quorum selection. An exceptional copy of an elusive book.

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS]
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        Sammlung Ey Düsseldorf. Mit einem Vorwort von Max Osborn.

      Düsseldorf, Selbstverlag Frau Ey. (1931). Gr.-Oktav. 96 S. Mit 119 schw.-w. Abb. Broschur (Schwarzer Vorderdeckel mit hellem Ei).. Widmungsexemplar - mit handschriftlicher Widmung und Unterschrift "Frau Johanna Ey" 1946 - Einband geringf. angeschmutzt und berieben

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat am St. Vith]
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        The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come

      New York: Scribners, 1931. Limited ed. Hardcover. Very Good +. N.C. Wyeth. Number 309 of 512 (12 for presentation) copies signed by illustrator N.C. Wyeth. All plates (including frontispiece) with intact tissue guards. Vellum spine with blue boards. Slight wear to spine. Text block near fine.

      [Bookseller: Liberty Book Store]
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      Gallimard, 1931. in12 Broché

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      New York: The Colophon, 1931. boards. 4to. boards. Part five. Limited to 3000 copies. Covers designed by Dwiggins. Articles by various authors printed by various printers and including the dry print "Hilltop" by the Canadian artist David B. Milne which is signed in pencil below the plate.Some rubbing and toning of spine. Print is in very fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press]
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        Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States - Japan: 1931-1941. Complete in Two (2) Volumes 78th Congress, 1st Session - House Document No. 339

      Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office. Hardcover. Volume I contains 947 pages and fold-out map. Volume II consists of 816 pages. "The documents published in these volumes were selected with a view to presenting a comprehensive record of the diplomatic relations between the United States and Japan in regard to matters related to the causes of conflict between the two countries from the beginning of the Japanese occupation of Manchuria on September 18, 1931, to the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and the declaration of war by the United States on December 8, 1941. Each volume bears gift greetings upon front free endpaper and prior owner's blind stamp upon title page. Bindings intact. Handsome gilt lettering and decoration upon each backstrip. Fore-edges of each board bear moisture stains. The front board of Volume II is 50% affected by this staining. Modest ink(?) stain to fore-edge of volume I. A sound copy of this fascinating set. . Fair. 1943. First Edition.

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      London: Thornton Butterworth Ltd., 1931. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Near fine. This is the first edition, first printing, hardcover binding, in the exceptionally rare dust jacket. India is a collection of 10 speeches by Churchill as part of his campaign against the India Bill, over which he broke with his party’s leadership. Though his cause was lost, these speeches are considered to contain some of the finest examples of Churchill's rhetorical brilliance. Churchill spent formative time as a young 19th century cavalry officer fighting on the northwest Indian frontier, about which he would write his first published book. He did not adopt an early progressive attitude toward relinquishing control over the crown jewel of Britain's colonial empire. Nonetheless, it is instructive to remember that many of Churchill's dire warnings about Indian independence proved prophetic. Churchill had warned that too swift a British withdrawal from India would lead to bloody civil war and sectarian strife between Hindus and Muslims, Hindu domination, and destabilizing political balkanization of the subcontinent. All these predictions came to pass and, to a considerable extent, persist today. The first edition is most commonly found in orange paper wraps. A much rarer variant was issued in a hardcover binding. Hardcover first editions were issued in a striking orange dust jacket that ranks among the rarest dust jackets in the Churchill canon. Here is beautiful, near-fine plus copy in the original dust jacket. The coarse cloth orange cloth binding of the scarce hardcover edition proved highly susceptible to both soiling and sunning. Hence it is obvious when one of the few surviving dust jackets is "married" to a previously unjacketed copy. Owing to its dust jacket, this example is a stunning survivor. The binding remains square, clean, and vividly bright, with sharp corners and virtually no wear. A hint of soiling at the spine ends corresponds to dust jacket losses, but even there remains distinctly brighter than any unjacketed copies we see. The contents remain bright with a crisp feel, showing no spotting or previous ownership marks. The page edges show mild age-toning and just a few barely discernible instances of spotting. The dust jacket retains bright faces and suffers only moderate spine toning, but does show age and wear. The rear face is complete apart from a small triangular loss at the upper edge. The spine has a trivial strip loss at the tail, a .5 inch long loss at the lower front hinge, and shallow loss at the spine head to a maximum depth of approximately .25 inch. The spine head loss extends into a .75 x .75 inch triangular loss at the upper front face. The front face also shows diagonal scratches, extending from the upper front hinge to the lower front corner, with some closed tears and narrow losses associated, affecting part of the second "E" in "SPEECHES BY" and the "H" in CHURCHILL. We also note minor wear and chip losses to the upper front edge and front flap fold. Nonetheless, a substantially complete example of a very rare dust jacket which has done its job protecting the superlative volume beneath. The dust jacket is protected in a removable, archival quality clear cover. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A92.1.b, Woods/ICS A38(a), Langworth p.150.

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector]
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        Raggedy Ann in Cookie Land. Signed with detailed original drawing by Gruelle

      Joliet & New York: P.F. Volland. Very Good. 1931. First Edition. Hardcover. A nice clean copy. Restored corner tear to front fly. Full page signed pencil drawing and inscription by Johnny Gruelle; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; [96] pages; Signed by Author .

      [Bookseller: Virginia Book Shop, Inc.]
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      BERLIN HEINRICH KELLER, 1931.. 198 Abb. Leinen, mit Goldprägung. Guter Zustand, weitere Fotos auf Wunsch kein Problem

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Heinicke]
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        The War in the Air,

      London: Oxford University Press,, 1931-9. being the Story of the Part played in the Great War by the Royal Air Force. 9 volumes octavo, including 2 map-cases. Text volumes in original dark blue buckram, the map-cases are modern copies of the originals, titles gilt to the spines, all of the text volumes, including the Appendices with the dust jackets. Numerous folding maps, 70 of them in the separate map-cases, many in colour. Jackets a little tanned at the spines and with mild crumpling head and tail, but overall very good indeed. All are first editions, apart from volume I, originally published in 1922, which is a second impression "reprinted photographically … from the corrected sheets of the first edition" (imprint). These corrections not noted by Wells. "The first volume of the official Air History … goes outside its subject so far as to deal, in fascinating manner, with the pioneers of aerial navigation … It was an experiment to put an official history of a highly technical subject into the hands of a university professor, however fine a writer; but it must be said that as an experiment it largely succeeded" (Falls). This volume was to be his longest work, " his first experience of writing history on a large scale, and he stated in his preface that 'The writer of this history has endeavoured to make his narrative intelligible to those who, like himself, are outsiders'. His style is here at its simplest, but the fervour of his admiration for the heroism of the air is everywhere apparent and finds memorable expression in the introduction" (ODNB). Raleigh set out to the Middle East to undertake research on volume II, contracted typhoid "when his aeroplane was marooned for four or five days in the desert between Jerusalem and Baghdad", and died a few weeks before the publication of volume I. The writing of the history was taken over by D.G. Hogarth, who was "compelled by ill-health to abandon it" (Falls), the mantle then fell upon Capt. H.A. Jones, head of the Air Historical Section, who completed the task. Falls remarked on the second volume, which was to hand before publication of his War Books: "From the technical point of view it is declared by good authorities to be superior to its predecessor. From the literary point of view it certainly does not disgrace the companion volume. It is altogether a very fine piece of work", and awarded it three stars, reserved by him for books of "superlative merit", and grudgingly granted. A very good set of this much admired history.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Mouth of the Euphrates. Shatt Al Arab and Bahmansihir River from surveys by the Port Directorate, Basra, to 1926.

      London, published at the Admiralty, 1931.. 1025 x 700 mm. Scale 1:100,000.. Engraved chart of Shatt Al Arab and Bahmansihir River, with inset charts showing Abadan to Coal Island including Al Basra and Karun River. Includes tidal information, compass roses, soundings, seabed notations, currents, sandbanks, shoals, lighthouses and beacons picked out in yellow and red, inland elevations, detailing and buildings. First published in 1921, revised in 1931. Signs of contemporary use, with several pencil markings. Folded.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Joy of Cooking, The

      Self published, 1931. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Rombauer, Marion. Printed by A. C. Clayton Printing, Clayton, MO. Signed by Nita Rombauer, relation unknown. Rear endpaper states "The cover of this book may be cleaned with a moist cloth". Original blue pebbled cloth. Has silhouettes at the beginning of each chapter. Size: 8mo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4" tall. 395pp + 32 unnumbered pages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Pages are yellowed. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. There are a few spots along the edges of the pages, but none come close to touching the text. Minor bumping and rubbing, and there are some scratches along the edge of the spine. A couple of minor discolorations on the back cover. Gilt lettering is bright. Illustrator: Rombauer, Marion. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1 lb 10 oz. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: 001535. .

      [Bookseller: Lotzabooks]
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        EL TUNGSTENO (Novela)

      Cenit, Madrid 1931 - VALLEJO César: EL TUNGSTENO (Novela) Madrid. Editorial Cenit. 1931. 205p. 3h. Rústica. Primera edición. Ilustración de portada por Puyol. Buen estado. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Cabalgando en un Silbido]
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        Compleet scheepsbestek voor de latere kruiser De Ruyter 1931

      - In drie delen, met als officiele titel op elke hardcovermap, Scheepsbestek voor een beschermden kruiser voor den dienst in Nederlandsch-Indie. 1e deel, Scheepsbestek S1-4 van het IVS, met daarin de complete bouwrichtlijnen voor het te bouwen schip, gekartonneerd 124 blz. 2e deel, Machine bestek MI-MII, +/- 120 blz. M1 betreft, de motoren, M2 betreft de scheepshulpmachines. met daarbij de correspondentie over een aantal zaken betreffende de bouw van het schip (latere jaren gedateerd) van ‘’De Schelde’’, ‘’Wilton-Fijenoord’’ ‘’Yarrow and Co’’ Glasgow. M III, dit derde deel betreft de electrische installatie, hardcover 101 blz., Het gehele bestek van dit schip is compleet. In de bijbehorende correspondentie heeft men het over ''De Ruyter'', waaruit blijkt dat dit scheepsbestek voor de latere De Ruyter is.

      [Bookseller: nautiek]
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        Art et Industrie. Revue. 1931-1933.

      1931-1933; 1931 - Lot de 22 numéros. 1931 (VIIe Année) - n° 1 à 11 (il manque le n° 12), 1932 (VIIIe Année) : n° 3 à 12 ( il manque les n° 1 et 2), 1933 ( IXe Année) : n° 1. Chaque vol. 315 x 245 mm., XII pp.( publicités n/b), 48 pp. texte et nombreuses ill. n/b, agrafé, sous couverture ill. couleurs, n°12 1932 : il manque la page 46, n° 1 1933 : qqs. taches sur première de couverture, 1931 n° 11 : charnière décollée, minimes défauts en bas du dos de certains exemplaires, bel ensemble.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Richard]
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      Midwest Co., 1931., 1931. First edition. Cloth, 384 pp., 2 maps at rear. Illustrations. A true classic of literature of the Battle of The Little Bighorn. "This book takes the highest rank as invaluable source material."---Dustin 192. "Thomas B. Marquis lived with the Cheyennes for many years and wrote much on the battle. He recounts the experiences of Wooden Leg in A Warrior Who Fought Custer, 1931. This classic is Highspot 83."---Tal Luther, Custer High Spots. Fine, bright copy in a near fine dust jacket. Very scarce in this condition, especially in a dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS]
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      Dublin: The Cuala Press,, 1931. Octavo. Original Holland boards. Title label slightly tanned with a few trivial marks to covers, but a fresh bright copy in excellent condition. First edition, first impression; one of 250 copies, of Lady Gregory's lyrical essay on her home at Coole, with quotations taken from Yeats's paeans to the place which was so vital to his imagination.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Dead Mr. Nixon

      London, Toronto, Melbourne, and Sydney: Cassell and Company, Ltd, 1931. First Edition, First Printing 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. T. H. White's first novel, a mystery co-written with Ronald McNair Scott. Scott's inscription to a previous owner on the first free endpaper. Dark blue cloth boards are rubbed on corners. Quite scarce, only 7 in OCLC. Not much information out there about this title.

      [Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA]
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      Milano 1931; Okart. 124 S. 19 Abb. im Text und 24 Tafeln, Gross-Folio; nur 100 Ex. im Verkauf, 500 Ex. ausserhalb des Handels! Handschriftliche Widmung von Timina Caproni Guasti an Dr. Heinrich Koppenberg (Junkers?). .

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Lehmann]
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        Fille â?¦lisa de Edmound de Goncourt

      With Illustrations by Henri Toulouse-LautrecTOULOUSE-LAUTREC, Henri, [illustrator]. DE GONCOURT, Edmond. La Fille â?¦lisa de Edmound de Goncourt. [Paris: G. Charpentier, Editeur, 1877]. Paris: Librairie De France, 1931.Facsimile edition of Toulouse-Lautrec\'s copy of the first edition with facsimiles of his original marginal watercolors. Limited to 175 numbered copies, this being copy number 31. Two twelvemo volumes (7 3/8 x 4 5/16 inches; 186 x 123 mm).Facsimile copy volume in original yellow wrappers, printed in black on front and back wrappers. Uncut. Back of wrapper lightly soiled. Introduction volume in original drab wrappers. Both volumes housed together in original drab board slipcase. Slipcase with previous owner\'s old ink notes. Overall very good.HBS 64710.$1,500

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        The Chimes

      London: The Limited Editions Club 1931 - Number 399 of 150. Approx. 7 ¾ in. x 11 ¾ in. 128 pp. plus colophon. Signed by Arthur Rackham, illustrator. 20 b/w drawings. Tan cloth with gilt titling on the spine, and a gold-and-black design on the front cover. Top-edge gilt. Designed end-papers. Housed in a slipcase covered with paper designed by Rackham. Some light tan-spotting to the covers of the book. The slipcase shows fading and mottling to the spine along with a little cracking, although the slipcase is tight and complete. Otherwise a fine copy of a desirable book. Weight is 3 lbs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Sonderakten betreffend Speisung der Scheitelhaltung des Hohenzollernkanals. Vom Januar 1931 bis 1943. Mit zahlreichen Skizzen und Tabellen, Lageplänen und dem original Briefwechsel zwischen den einzelnen Behörden. Zahlreiche Großfomatoige, farbige Pläne. Original Fotos.

      Wasserwirtschaftsamt, 1931 - 1943., Potsdam, - 35 x 24 cm. 172 Bölatt. Bücher. 2000g. KT24 (BIN). Zahlreiche Bibliotheksstempel. Standortschildchen aus Papier auf den Rücken geklebt. Bestossen. Gebrauchsspuren. Mit zahlreichen handschriftlichen Aktennotizen. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Umbras Kuriositätenkabinett]
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