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        Von drei Millionen Drei. Roman.

      S. Fischer, Berlin 1932 - 224 S. Gelber Orig.-Leinenband nach dem Entwurf von Georg Salter und mit farbig illustriertem Schutzumschlag nach einer Zeichnung von George Grosz (Holstein 206). Der Umschlag mit kleineren Fehlstellen am Rand und drei mit Japanpapier hinterlegten Randeinrissen, sonst ordentliches, gut erhaltenes Exemplar von Franks letzter Buchveröffentlichung vor der Emigration. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Rolf Bulang]
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        [Two Signed Promotional Letters re: HOW TO WRITE]

      Paris, 1932. Two pages, on two quarto sheets of Plain Edition letterhead. Old folds from mailing, a few small nicks and soft creases, but very good. Two boilerplate typescript letters promoting to booksellers Gertrude Stein's HOW TO WRITE, published the preceding November as the third Plain Edition. Both are signed in ink "A.B. Toklas" in her distinctive hand. One has a date emendation and insertion of recipient's name and address in original typescript by Toklas, and a pencil highlight in the left margin next to the terms is likely the work of the recipient at "Rosengren's Nook [sic] Store" then still located in Chicago. The letters emphasize the book's positive reception, citing and quoting reviews by Marcel Brion and Ellen du Poy. While one might assume a number of such letters were posted at the time by Toklas and Stein, few appear to have survived.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Bounty Trilogy: Mutiny on the Bounty, Men Against the Sea, and Pitcairn's Island

      Little, Brown and Co, Boston 1932 - Mutiny on the Bounty (1932) and Pitcairn's Island (1934) both 1st edition, 1st issue. Men Against the Sea - "Reprinted November, 1935". All bindings are in very good condition. All dust jackets are in very good condition, except for a chip on Men Against the Sea's upper-edge (visible in photo), and the back cover of Mutiny on the Bounty is considerably worn (photos available upon request). Else, a wonderful trilogy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Top Edge Gilt]
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        Vers de Collège.

      Paris: Mercure de France,, 1932. Introduction et notes par Jules Mouquet. Small octavo. Original wrappers. Spine a little tanned and creased, wrappers somewhat marked and ruffled round the edges, sound and internally clean, very good condition overall. First edition, presentation copy inscribed by the editor to Enid Starkie, one of 100 copies on pur fil lafuma, of Rimbaud's student poems. The exceptional association inscription, to the half-title, reads: "A Mademoiselle Enid Starkie, ces excercises scolaires d'un grand poète en vive sympathie litteraire, Jules Mouquet, St-Valery-sur-Somme" ("To Ms. Enid Starkie, these schoolboy exercises of a great poet, with vivid literary friendship..."). Enid Starkie (1897-1970) was to become the chief biographer and literary critic in English of Rimbaud and Baudelaire, though at the time of this book's publication she had only published on the obscure poetry of Emile Verhaeren. Irish by birth, she studied at Alexandra College, Dublin, Somerville College, Oxford, and the Sorbonne, Paris. She graduated to teach Modern Languages (with an emphasis on French) at Oxford and for many decades established herself as a brilliant French scholar. Her biographies of Baudelaire (1933) and Rimbaud (Arthur Rimbaud in Abyssinia, 1937 and Arthur Rimbaud, 1947) played a major role in establishing their reputations among English readers, and she was granted the first Oxford doctorate for Modern Languages for her first work on Rimbaud. She later published on Gide, Proust, and others, was made officer to the Legion d'honneur in 1958 and CBE in 1967, and was well recognised in Oxford circles as an eccentric - a Time magazine article portrayed her as "a brilliant Rimbaud scholar who pub-crawls about Oxford in bright red slacks and beret while smoking cigars." Mouquet also published editions of the juvenile poetry of Baudelaire. Scarce in this issue, rare inscribed, and highly desirable with such an association.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        PHOTO ANCIENNE SITUEE - 3° REICH

      1932. NON PRECISE. 1932-1933. In-12.Bon état. 1 lot de 65 photos anciennes situées en noir et blanc de 12 x 17 cm. Représentant : des rassemblements sous le 3° reich, Thams & Gare, Porte de Berlin, portraits, délifés, feu d'artifice, navale, défilé cycliste, montagnes, recherches, hôpital.

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        Tight Lines [SIGNED]

      Los Angeles: Tight Lines Publishers, 1932. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo, 239 pp, bound in full leather with title and image of swordfish stamped on front cover, top edge gilt. A clean, sound copy, neatly re-backed in closely matched leather, with most of original spine laid down. Inscribed by Bandini under his tipped-in photo "Perhaps this will bring back memories of 'Palatial' days -- Good luck, Ralph Bandini." The inscribee is not named. Bandini (1884-1961) was a pioneer of big game fishing off the coast of California. "Immensely respected by fellow anglers within the newly developed segment of the sport, Bandini championed conservation of California's coastal resources as a member of the state's fish and game commission, was a member of many conservation groups, and served on the board of directors for the storied Tuna Club of Santa Catalina Island….His most enduring legacy to the sport of big game fishing is his writing, in particular his three books entitled Tight Lines, Veiled Horizons, and Men, Fish, and Tackle. These books, privately published and now quite rare, are among the most revealing volumes written about this formative period in the evolution of saltwater game fishing" (International Game Fish Association).

      [Bookseller: Walkabout Books, ABAA]
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        The Phoenix on the Sword in Weird Tales December 1932

      Indianapolis: Popular Fiction Publishing Company, 1932. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. The first appearance of Conan the Cimmerian. Pages are toned, old stain to the spine panel and to the lower corner, short tears to the lower edge of the first four leaves, light soiling to covers and first leaf. A good+ copy. Contributions by Seabury Quinn, Edmond Hamilton, Otis Adelbert Kline, Donald Wandrei, and others. Cover art by J. Allen St. John. ; Quarto.

      [Bookseller: Parigi Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The King of the Golden River.

      London: George G. Harrap & Co Ltd,, 1932. Octavo (232 x 143 mm). Specially bound for the publisher in green full morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, gilt lettered and banded spine, single-line gilt panel on sides with simple square dot at the corners, top edges gilt, others untrimmed, two-line gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers (the original pictorial endpapers bound in after binders blanks), with the binder's card slipcase. Colour frontispiece and 3 colour plates, black and white illustrations in the text by Rackham. Spine lightly sunned and rubbed. An excellent copy. Deluxe edition, number 1 of 570 copies signed by the artist. This is one of nine "special copies" (see the publisher's handwritten note in the other special copy) in a luxury binding commissioned by the publisher and including a striking full-page original pen-and-ink and watercolour drawing by Rackham (signed and dated "Arthur Rackham 1932"), showing Southwest Wind, Esquire, doffing his hat to Schwartz, one of the two cruel Black Brothers. Describing his artistic method for these "specials", Rackham pointed out that "my little sketches must inevitably be of a light hearted or joking nature... They have to be spontaneous and free handed. The nature of the paper is such that there can be no preparatory drawing and no alterations". Riall comments that "From The King of the Golden River [1932], Harrap issued nine or ten copies, seven being for sale, of a special issue of the first limitation numbers of the limited edition" (A New Bibliography of Arthur Rackham, 1994, p. xvi).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Body on the Beam.

      London: Published for The Crime Club Ltd. by W. Collins Sons & Co Ltd,, [1932]. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine and front cover lettered in black. With the dust jacket. Jacket spine toned, some peripheral staining, closed-tear to front panel, some nicks and chips, light foxing to fore-edge and at beginning and end. First edition, first impression, the remainder issue; this copy with W. H. Smith's label on the spine, offering the book at "one shilling net, ex-libris". Most uncommon in the appealing period jacket (designed by Ellen Edwards).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Of Thee I Sing - INSCRIBED PRESENTATION COPY WITH AUTOGRAPH MUSICAL QUOTATION TO GEORGE PALAY

      New York: New World Music Corporation / Harms, 1932. First edition. Used; Like New/Used; Like New. Upright folio. Original wrappers printed in red, black, and white. Title (vb); Cast (vb); Synopsis (vb); Musical Program; 5 - 198. This copy has been inscribed by Gershwin with an AMQS on the title page to his lifelong friend George Pallay: "For George Pallay â?? [bar of music] / from / George Gershwin / July 6, 1932." Nicely bound in modern grey cloth with title to spine, original front wrapper bound in (rear wrapper lacking) and with edge tears repaired and filled on this page and the following, otherwise very clean internally and in fine condition overall. Fuld p. 654, indicating that the present score was published on April 29, 1932. An excellent association copy. <br style="">"Of The I Sing" opened in New York City on Dec. 26, 1931 and ran for 441 performances, receiving critical and box office success. Brooks Atkinson's original review in the New York Times called it "a taut and lethal satire... funnier than the government, and not nearly so dangerous." In 1932, it became the first musical comedy ever to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize.  An original musical comedy in two acts, with the book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind, music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin, the songs in the production include: "Wintergreen For President"; "Who Is the Lucky Girl To Be?"; "The Dimple on My Knee"; "Because, Because"; "As the Chairman of the Committee"; "How Beautiful"; "Never Was There a Girl So Fair"; "Some Girls Can Bake a Pie"; "Love is Sweeping the Country"; "Of Thee I Sing"; "(Here's) a Kiss for Cinderella"; "I Was the Most Beautiful Blossom"; "Hello, Good Morning"; "Who Cares?"; "Garcon, S'il vous plait"; "The Illegitimate Daughter"; "We'll Impeach Him"; "The (Senatorial) Roll Call"; "Jilted"; "Who Could Ask For Anything More? I'm About to Be a Mother)"; "Posterity (Is Just Around the Corner)"; "Trumpeter, Blow Your (Golden) Horn"; and "Finale (On That Matter No One Budges)." <br>"George Pallay [was] a Paley cousin and a friend of George's since 1917. Pallay was a bit of a shady character. It was said that he had Mafia connections. A stock promoter and investor who had changed his name from Abramson, he was often part of George's entourage, someone who arranged the tickets, knew the right bootleggers. He was the friend who would get the girl for George and then get rid of the girl for George. Pallay was singularly devoted to George, and no one had been more vigilant during the final days. Pallay had played a  key role at the hospital during [Gershwin's brain] surgery, having been stationed at a desk just outside the operating theater, along with George's agent, Arthur Lyons. As the operation progressed, the doctors would tell Pallay what was happening, and then he would relay the latest update by telephone to the four family members â?? Lee and Ira, and Lee's sister Emily Paley and her husband, Lou, who had just arrived â?? waiting on another floor. At first the news seemed good, and Pallay informed the family that a cyst the size of a grapefruit had been discovered and excised. This seemed to be good news, and the doctors were momentarily optimistic. The news was relayed to the family. Then the surgeons discovered that in fact there remained an embedded tumor. At this point, George's brain was swelling uncontrollably. The outlook was grim. This terrible update was relayed by Pallay to the family." (Katharine Weber, The Memory of All That: George Gershwin, Kay Swift, and My Family's Legacy of Infidelities, New York: Broadway Paperbacks, 2011, pp. 216-217). <br style="">

      [Bookseller: Schubertiade Music & Arts]
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        La très véridique histoire de Nette et Tintin visitant le village du jouet recueillie par Henry René d'Engamella maire élu de la commune libre de Joujouville soixante dix illustrations dans le texte par J. Vazquez.

      Elle a été imprimée chez Depin à Joujouville On la trouve à Paris chez Schemit libraire , 52 rue Laffitte. Grand in4 (330 x 255 mm) broché, couverture rempliée, imprimée & illustrée couleurs, au dos en grandes lettres capitales "village du jouet" ; sous papier cristal d'origine. 1 feuillet blanc-(6)-150p-1 feuillet blanc, sur fort papier crème. Reproduction du texte manuscrit, très soigneusement calligraphié de l'auteur ; nombreuses pages illustrées de ravissants dessins en couleurs ; 42 planches dessinées à pleine page en noir & blanc, les maisonnettes & leurs visiteurs, 4 photographies pleine page du village, 1 illustration pleine page en couleurs. L'ouvrage n'a été tiré qu'à petit nombre & sans justification de tirage. On peut supposer que l'auteur qui le signa d'un pseudonyme transparent par l'inversion des lettres de son nom, en offrit les exemplaires à ses amis ; sur l'illustration pleine page, de couleur sépia, qui suit la page de titre, un cartouche a été réservé pour l'envoi ; sur cet exemplaire on lit : "À Monsieur // François Becker // Souvenir d'un ami // de son papa // [signé] Henry D'Allemagne // 25 déc 1932". Rarissime. 2 très minimes défauts au dos : trou de vers en tête, coiffe inférieure fripée ; excellent état intérieur.

      [Bookseller: Librairie de la Tour]
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        Regain (avec une préface inédite p. 9 à 13) - Lithographies originales (14) de Jacques Thévenet.

      Les Bibliophiles de Provence 1932 (l'achevé d'imprimer est en date du 10 février 1933), in-4 (26,6 x 20,5 cm) en feuilles de 193 (8) pp., couverture rempliée dont le plat supérieur est illustré d'une lithographie, répétée sur la page de titre. Les lithographies, au nombre de 14 (plus celle répétée sur la couverture) sont : frontispice, vignette de titre, 9 en-têtes, 2 à pleine page et une, en fin de volume, qui accompagne l'achevé d'imprimer. Tirage unique à 150 exemplaires (tous sur papier vélin d'Arches). Notre exemplaire est sous très belle RELIURE SIGNÉE de Edmond KLEIN, successeur de Durvand, 18 rue du Pré-aux-Clercs à Paris, demi maroquin vert empire à large dos et à bandes, dos lisse avec titrage de qualité aux caractères à chaud d'une grande netteté de réalisation; tête dorée, la couverture est entièrement conservée; non rogné. A Aubignane, dans les Hautes-terres, après Banon, il ne reste que le Panturle, un gaillard d'homme, bâtit comme une montagne et une vieille rabougrie, la Mamèche. Un jour, elle lui dit : "Panturle, il te faudrait une femme; si je t'en mêne une, tu la prends ?" ................................ Janvier 2016 : mise à jour et ajouts sur notre liste d'éditions originales ou/et dédicacées et/ou illustrées de Jean GIONO - à télécharger sur notre site, non officiel depuis 2000, www.giono.com - où vous trouverez : bibliographie des éditions originales et/ou illustrées (livre en mains), des photographies, dossiers, liens, etc... ................................. 2015 à vu le 80 ème anniversaire du "Premier Contadour" - à cette occasion, mise en ligne d'un site www.contadour.com : présentation et rapide historique, bibliographie et photos des parutions; également une liste d'ouvrages à la vente des Cahiers du Contadour, des tirés à part (dont Moby Dick), des ouvrages sur le Contadour - une autre liste sur les ouvrages pacifistes de Jean Giono et les livres écrits pendant le Contadour - d'autres sur la transhumance; à télécharger. NOUVEAU : CATALOGUE de 250 ILLUSTRÉS MODERNES visibles sur notre site www.sisyphe.com

      [Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Darreau]
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        Death Under Sail.

      London: William Heinemann, 1932 - Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine red, motif to front board red. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled, a little faint spotting to edges of text block, occasional spot of foxing to contents. An excellent copy in the jacket with shallow chip to head of spine and short closed tears to head of spine and front panel. First edition, first impression of Snow's first book. Uncommon in the jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Love on the Dole

      The printer's final copy of 'Love on the Dole', with notes and corrections by Greenwood and the earlier titles of "They Call it Love, A Tale of the Two Cities" and "The Lovers, A Tale of the Two Cities", crossed out, with the final title substituted in pencil. Age toned typewritten papers, with two trial title pages mocked up by hand, with some creasing and minor tears. It is bound in simple, seemingly fairly contemporaneous paper boards, with faux leather spine, the boards are clean, but bumped and rubbed to the edges, the spine has damage at the ends and is rubbed. It provides a fascinating insight into the final stages of the novel's development, showing that the title was far from fixed during writing and that the final title seemingly came as a flash of inspiration just prior to publication, with the hastily written pencil title replacing the two carefully lettered earlier efforts. Doubtless the novel would have been influential even without this title change, with its description of the pressures of unemployment and the humiliation inflicted by the means test, but the sheer emotive power and quotability of the phrase "Love on the Dole" must have been a factor in helping Greenwood's novel into the vanguard for social change. It is unsurprising that, along with other key works of the period, such as George Orwell's 'The Road to Wigan Pier', it is credited with contributing to popular pressure for reform which led to the eventual foundation of the welfare state.

      [Bookseller: J & M Books Ltd]
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        Topper Takes a Trip

      Doubleday, Doran, Garden City 1932 - 325 pages with illustrations by Herbert F. Roese. Octavo (8" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's burgundy cloth with gilt spine lettering and front board decoratively blind stamped in original pictorial jacket. First edition. The beloved characters--mortal and immortal--of Topper return in this uproarious romp through the south of France. One of Thorne Smith's best-loved comedies, it proves once again that he is the undisputed master of urbane wit and sophisticated repartee. Cosmo Topper, the mild-mannered bank manager who was persuaded to take a walk on the wild side by the ghosts of George and Marion Kerby in Topper, finds himself reunited with his dyspeptic wife for an extended vacation on the Riviera. But he doesn't have long to enjoy the peace and quiet before the irrepressible Kerbys materialize once again and start causing fracases, confusing the citizenry, alarming the gendarmes, getting naked, and turning every occasion into revelry or melee. Soon Marion decides that Topper as a ghost would be even more laughs than Topper in the flesh. And all she needs to arrange is one simple little murder. Topper Takes a Trip is the 1938 film sequel of Topper (1937) Constance Bennett, Roland Young, Billie Burke and Alan Mowbray reprised their roles from the earlier movie; only Cary Grant was missing (other than in a few shots taken from Topper). A ghost tries to reunite a couple who she had a hand in splitting up in the prior film. It was followed by another sequel, Topper Returns (1941). Condition: Spine gilt dulled, some rubbing and mild soiling to cloth, some minor intermittent thumb-soiling in text. Jacket restored at front panel with some tape repairs to verso, jacket spine tones, some edge wear and soiling to jacket else a very good copy in like jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Book Collector, Inc. ABAA,IOBA,TxBA]
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        PAYSAGES

      - Edit. : RODEZ, CARRERE - 1932 - XVI - 184 pages, 33 cm, broché - Bon état - Exemplaire sur japon, premier grand papier, numéro 3 d'un tirage de 15 - Illustré de 12 eaux fortes - Cette édition est la réimpression en folio de l'édition de 1908 du même éditeur - L'intérieur est en très bon état, mais la couverture papier rempliée présente un dos endommagé, le brochage restant solide - Ouvrage à relier

      [Bookseller: Livres 113]
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        The Astrolabes of the World Based upon the Series of Instruments in the Evans Collection in the old Ashmolean Museum at Oxford, with Notes on Astrolabes in the Collections of the British Museum, Science Museum, Sir J. Findlay, mr. S. V. Hoffman, the Mensing Collection, and in other Public and Private Collections Volume 1 The Eastern Astrolabes Volome 2 The Western Astrolabes

      first edition2 vols.large 4to. (30 x 23 cms.)xviii, [2], iii, [1 (blank)], 304;viii, (305)-609, [1 (printer's slug)]pp., frontispiece plate in each volume plus 153 plates (some folding), 216 figures and photo illustrations through the text, original cream buckram, front covers handsomely gilt blocked wuth astrolabe design, spines gilt lettered, spine just a trifle darkened,lovely copy.Rare, according to Charles Batey (printer to the O.U.P.) only 250 sets were ever produced. Acknowledged by Professor Owen Gingerich (1930- ), Research Professor of Astronomy and of the History of Science at Harvard University, as "the single most comprehensive compendium on the subject which everyone seriously interested in astrolabes should own". Gunther (1869-1940), zoologist and antiquary, initially in parallel with his scientific researches at Oxford University began preoccupied with a vision for a museum of science there. "In 1917 [he] conceived the idea of restoring the Old Ashmolean building to a museum, and his enduring legacy is his foundation there in 1924 of the Museum of the History of Science. In 1915 he had begun cataloguing and photographing old or early scientific instruments and specimens which remained, frequently neglected, in college and university departments. This enabled him in 1919 to mount a temporary loan exhibition of early scientific instruments. Inspired by this exhibition, in 1924 Lewis Evans presented his valuable collection of scientific instruments and books to the university as a core around which the university's own material could be gathered for permanent display in the Old Ashmolean building. Gunther was appointed first curator of the Lewis Evans Collection, and so at the age of fifty-five he began a new career. .... In 1936 he was invited to stage an exhibition in Cambridge, similar to his venture in Oxford. This, along with his survey of the sister university's scientific instruments and memorabilia published as Early Science in Cambridge (1937), sowed the seed which became the Whipple Museum of the History of Science. ....Between 1920 and 1937 Gunther published prolifically, largely at his own expense. This included his cornucopia Early Science in Oxford (14 volumes, 1920-45). .... His Oxford Gardens (1912) and more particularly Early British Botanists and their Gardens (1922) established him as one of the great historians of botany. The Astrolabes of the World (1932), a lavishly illustrated catalogue and the first study of its kind in the field of scientific instruments, was completed after an immense correspondence. For all their shortcomings his works are primary sourcebooks full of unique material, and remain an indispensable starting point for scholars. Meanwhile, his biographies rescued men such as architect Sir Roger Pratt, botanist John Goodyear, and medieval plant painter Apuleius Barbarus from oblivion. .... Gunther was a pioneer of the new subject of history of science but .. stayed aloof from its mainstream (which was textual and philosophical). He concentrated instead on the 'archaeology of science', which was in practice the history of scientific instruments. He is undoubtedly the principal founder of this specialism as a serious academic discipline" [O.D.N.B.]. Loosely inset is an A.L.S. from Gunther, writing from Magdalen College, Oxford, 12 Dec. 1932 to Mr. Tancock, apparently a master at of Wellington College, sending him a copy of his "illustrated Chaucer" [ie. Gunther's Chaucer on the astrolabe : with the original illustrations , O.U.P., 1931], commenting on the content of that book, and suggesting that "it would be most helpful if a few of the very best schools could take the forthcoming Picture Book of Astrolabes for their Libraries. It would show the mathematicians & physicists the kind of instrument from which all angle-measuring instruments are derived, & with which the ordinary trigonometrical surveying methods were practised in the 16th century when the first 'survey maps' were being made. .... it would be kind if you would consult the Librarian as to whether he could subscribe for a copy, perhaps by some method of payment by instalments". Christopher St. J. H. Daniel was an eminent sundial designer and President of the British Sundial Society whose work includes the famous dolphin sundial at Greenwich marking the Queen's silver jubilee, the reconstruction of the vertical sundial at the Tower of London and the Sir Francis Drake commemorative stained glass sundial in Buckland Abbey.

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        EXCEPTIONAL MODERNIST BINDING

      EXCEPTIONAL MODERNIST BINDING ANTHOINE-LEGRAIN, Jacques [Binder] Candide, by Voltaire [François-Marie Arouet]. Illustrated by Gus Bofa. Paris: Librairie des Champs-Élysées, 1932. 4to. With 33 coloured plates and 32 illustrations in the text by Gus Bofa. Limited to 100 copies, on Arches and with a suite of illustrations in black. Of these, this is number IV of 14 hors commerce copies, containing a number of trial proofs on Chine. Bound in light blue morocco, with a design of gilt rays spreading in from a small central ivory inlay, one band inlaid in darker blue calf, wide inside borders similarly inlaid and gilt; brown suede flyleaves and pastedowns, gilt edges. In card chemise [some repairs to the verso of the chemise] and leather trimmed card slipcase. Jacques Anthoine-Legrain was the step-son of Pierre Legrain and took over the business after Pierre's death in 1929. They were at the forefront of the Art Deco and Modernist movement in French bookbinding. This is a stunning example of his work carried out on the smallest limitation of the rarest of Bofa's illustrated books; this is the only copy ever seen at auction, being sold by Sothebys in 1969 as part of the celebrated sale of Fine French Illustrated Books and Bindings, the Property of Senhor Nicolau Lunardelli.

      [Bookseller: Michael S Kemp Bookseller]
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        AIZ. Das Illustrierte Volksbatt. Jahrgang XI, N. 30. 1932

      1932 - 1932. HEARTFIELD, John. AIZ.Das Illustrierte Volksblatt. Volume Xl No. 30. Fotomontaje de John Heartfild. 83 páginas. El fotomontaje de Hearfield llama a la unidad de las fuerzas de izquieras contra el fascismo (La unidad de los Rojos te libera) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Autograph postcard signed. [Moscow and Nemchinovk], 9. II. 1932.

      1932. Oblong 8vo. 1 1/4 pp. With autograph address. In pencil. To his third wife, Natalja, on a campaign against him raised by the AKhRR (Assotsiatsia Khudozhnikov Revolutsionnoi Rossii - Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia), and of being accused of formalism: "Ich renne herum, die Dinge stehen so, dass man es nicht aussprechen kann, es stellt sich heraus, dass eine staatliche [?] [Kampagne?] gegen mich als [unleserliches Wort] Formalisten läuft. [...] Therefore, there is nothing anywhere, not even for my urns [...] but I will litigate and disprove their statements [...]" (transl. from the Russian original). Malewitsch über sich. Zeitgenossen über Malewitsch. Briefe. Dokumente. Erinnerungen. Kritik. Bd. 1, Moskau 2004, Nr. 29.

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        Zentralorgan der Kommunistischen Allunions-Partei (Bolschewiki) (WKP(B)). Nr. 4, 4. Januar bis Nr. 118, 28. April 1932.

      1932 - je 4 bzw. 6 S. Gr. 2°, Priv.HLn. Kyrillisch. Erstmals erschien die Prawda am 5. Mai 1912 unter der (informellen) Herausgeberschaft von Wjatscheslaw Molotow, den späteren Volkskommissar für Auswärtige Angelegenheiten. Ehem. Bibliotheksexpl., gestempelt. Rand bei einigen einzelnen Ausgaben knapp beschnitten, z.T. mit minimalem Textverlust). Titelseite der Nr. 179 mit größerem Eckausriss (Textverlust). Bei den großformatigen Prawda-Nummern Mitte der 1930er Jahre handelt es sich um seltene Ausgaben, die vor allem in Schaukästen für die interessierte Leseschaft präsentiert wurden. 5000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Le mirage". Autograph poem. N. p. o. d.

      1932. Large 4to. 1 p. "Est-ce dit | Le regard de torture | Le regard plus inquiet qu'un rat chez les bêtes | Inquier d'une femme cachée | Refusée | Qui ressemble à ce que je n'écris pas." - Éluard's poem was first published in "La vie immèdiate" in 1932. - Formerly framed and strongly browned.

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        L'Eroica. Rassegna Italiana. Anno XX-XXI. Quaderno 166

      L'Eroica, 1932. in-4 Piccola abrasione alla base del dorso che interessa anche parzialmente il piatto anteriore Numero dedicato a Francesco Falcone Emidio Ciucci e Remo Branca.

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        18 letters signed, 13 with autograph courtesy, 1 signed with a paraph. Prinkipo, Büyükada, France, Norway, Coyoacan, 1932-1939.

      1932. A total of 19 pp. Folio and (large) 4to. In German and English. Highly political letters written during Trotsky's exile to his confidant Albert Glotzer, who, together with James P. Cannon and Max Shachtman, had founded the Trotskyist movement in the USA. Beginning shortly after Glotzer's extensive visit with Trotsky in Prinkipo, they mainly discuss the problems of concentrating the forces of the International Left Opposition against Stalin in Europe and America, the tactics in dealing with moderate parties and groups (the so-called "Centrists"), and the fragmentation tendencies among the American comrades; the final letter concerns the question of a Jewish state to be founded in Palestine.

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        Collection of 10 first issue offprints from the "Sitzungsberichte der preußischen Akademie der Wissenschaften". Berlin, Verlag der Akademie der Wissenschaften / de Gruyter, 1922-1932.

      1932. I: Zur Theorie der Lichtfortpflanzung in dispergierenden Medien. 1922. [Weil 120. Seelig 162. Schilpp-Shields 145. Boni 132]. II: Zu Kaluzas Theorie des Zusammenhanges von Gravitation und Elektrizität. Erste [und zweite] Mitteilung. 1927. [Weil 156. Seelig 212]. III: Riemann-Geometrie mit Aufrechterhaltung des Begriffes des Fernparallelismus. 1928. [Weil 161. Seelig 161. Boni 174]. IV: Neue Möglichkeit für eine einheitliche Feldtheorie von Gravitation und Elektrizität. 1928. [Weil 162. Seelig 218. Cf. PMM 416]. V: Einheitliche Feldtheorie und Hamiltonsches Prinzip. 1929. [Weil 166. Seelig 227. Schilpp-Shields 227. Boni 184. Cf. PMM 416]. VI: Die Kompatibilität der Feldgleichungen in der einheitlichen Feldtheorie. 1930. [Weil 169. Seelig 239]. VII: Zum kosmologischen Problem der allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie. 1931. [Weil 179. Seelig 249, Schilpp-Shields 249]. VIII: Systematische Untersuchung über kompatible Feldgleichungen, welche in einem Riemannschen Raume mit Fernparallelismus gesetzt werden können. 1931. [Weil 180. Seelig 250. Schilpp-Shields 250]. IX: Einstein & W. Mayer: Einheitliche Theorie von Gravitation und Elektrizität. 1931. [Weil 182. Seelig 251. Hook/Norman 701]. X: Einstein & W. Mayer: Einheitliche Theorie von Gravitation und Elektrizität. Zweite Abhandlung. 1932. [Weil 185]. 10 of a total of 36 "Sonderausgaben aus den Sitzungsberichten" published under Einstein's name between 1914 and 1932. Such offprints of the session reports of the Academy of Sciences (largely with independent pagination) were presented to the author by the publisher in a limited number as vouchers or dedication copies. - The present offprints date from Einstein's middle and late period at the Berlin Academy. They mainly treat the connection between gravity and electricity/electromagnetism. Einstein strove for a "unified field theory", as the General Theory of Relativity did not allow for properly integrating the electromagnetic field into the geometry of space-time. After a first attempt at a solution in 1925, Einstein tackled the problem again three years later, "only to find that Riemann's conception of space, on which the general theory was based, would not permit of a common explanation of electromagnetic and gravitational phenomena. In a series of papers devoted to the development of 'A Uniform Theory of Gravitation and Electricity' he outlined a new theory of space with a view to the unification of all forms of activity that fall within the sphere of physics, giving them a common explanation. All that would then remain to complete a scientific unison is the correlation of the organic and inorganic" (PMM 416). - The present offprints reach from the first publication after the Nobel Prize to the last but one before Einstein's leaving Germany. Three articles were published in collaboration with Einstein's assistant, Walter Mayer. - One issue with slight crease to front cover, otherwise very fine throughout.

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        "I Saw Hitler!"

      New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1932. First edition. Hardcover. Jacket with amateur tape repairs along spine and top, with some loss of image.. 8vo. 42 black-and-white photographs, that with their captions form an early visual biography of Hitler. Original orange cloth; ORIGINAL PICTORIAL DUST JACKET. FIRST EDITION IN THE EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE DUST JACKET, BY "THE FIRST LADY OF AMERICAN JOURNALISM." Thompson was recognized by Time magazine in 1939 as the second most influential woman in America, after Eleanor Roosevelt. This book is the product of her interview with Adolf Hitler in Munich on 1931 - a severe underestimation of the potential of this "little man," an epithet that compelled the National Socialists to expel her from Germany in August 1934. She was the first journalist to be so treated. Thompson had been angling for an interview with Hitler since 1923, but he had little interest in foreign reporters. By late 1931, though, as his role as Germany's next leader seemed all but ensured, he agreed to meet with Thompson. Thompson's article-"I Saw Hitler!"- appeared in the March 1932 issue of Cosmopolitan, and was quickly reprinted in the present book form. Its underestimation of Hitler did much to divert focus on the reality of his terrifying potential with the American public. Her expulsion from Germany and thrice-weekly column in Ladies Home Journal rocketed her to superstardom, but "I Saw Hitler" testified to another mass delusion: that the "little man" would never be the leader he himself predicted. The dust jacket is scarcely seen in any condition. The present example preserves all of the provocative, and defamatory, text. Its damage (and subsequent repair) is relegated to the blank pictorial areas at top. The jacket text pointedly attacks the legitimacy of Hitler, and paints him as a pathetic character: "When I walked into Adolph Hitler's room, I was convinced that I was meeting the future dictator of Germany. In something less than fifty seconds I was quite sure that I was not. It took just about that time to measure the startling insignificance of this man who has set the world agog…" "Yet, see upon the platform, ungainly, insignificant, with his awkward figure and ridiculous little moustache- "-Ungainly and awkward, that is to say, until he launched upon his theme. Then the little corporal forgets himself. Literally, the spirit seems to enter him. His eyes ablaze, his hands clench; he is mocking, declamatory, pathetic, exhortatory. Never mind that what he says, read next day in cold print, reads like nonsense. "'A speaker's aim,' he says himself, 'should not be to convince philosophers and scientists, but to sway masses.'".

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        Fêtes médiévales en Flandre Wallonne.

      Lille RAOUST 1932 1Eaux-fortes d'Omer BOUCHERY. Lille, Raoust, 1932, in-4, en feuilles, sous chemise rempliée, sous chemise toilée et étui bleu. Un des 25 exemplaires de tête numérotés sur Japon Impérial. Joint une aquarelle originale signée, une suite du premier état en pointe sèche sur papier Japon Impérial et une suite en sanguine sur Japon nacré.

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        3e jaargang 1932.

      , 1932 - Losse nummers met de originele omslagen. Omslag ontwerp: Paul Schuitema. Nr. 8 en Nr. 9 ontbreken. Nr. 1 is ca. 1 cm aan boven- en onderzijde kleiner (zie ook de reprint). Nr. 14 is ca. 1 cm groter.

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        Gli elementi dell'architettura funzionale. Sintesi panoramica dell?architettura moderna: 676 riproduzioni. Prefazione di Le Corbusier. Introduzione di Carlo Ciucci

      Hoepli, 1932. 28 cm, rilegatura editoriale in tela gialla, titolo in verde e illustrazione in rosso al piatto; p. (8), 538, (4). Interamente illustrato con foto e disegni di opere di Aalto, Albini, Baldessari, Belgiojoso, Bottoni, Breuer, Cattaneo, Cereghini, Figini, Gardella, Garnier, Griffini, Gropius, Le Corbusier, Lingeri, Mies van der Rohe, Nervi, Neutra, Nizzoli, Pagano, Peressutti, Perret, Persico, Pollini, Ponti, Sant'Elia, Sartoris, Tatlin, Terragni, Wright ecc. Dipinti e sculture di Andreoni, Arp, Belli, Benedetta, Boccioni, Tullio d'Albisola, De Chirico, Di Bosso, Diulgheroff, Dottori, Fillia, Fontana, Ghiringhelli, Kandinskij, Léger, Licini, Lissitzkij, Magnelli, Melotti, Monachesi, Mondrian, Morandi, Oriani, Prampolini, Radice, Reggiani, Rho, Savinio, Severini, Soldati, Tato, Van Doesburg, Veronesi, e altri

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        L'EROICA. Rassegna italiana di Ettore Cozzani.Milano. Quaderno 167 - 168. Luglio - Agosto 1932.

      In 4, pp. 88 con 12 tavv. xilografiche originali di cui 2 doppie e 3 quadruple (cm. 64 x 49). Br. ed. con ill. xil. e lievi marm alla parte sup. Raro numero dedicato all'incisore Aldo Patocchi, nato a Basilea nel 1907. Contiene 3 grandi xilografie dell'artista svizzero (Bice, L'insinuazione, I cechi) sovente mancanti. L'Eroica, una rivista... p. 92. ITA

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        Images. Cinquante-quatre photographies, recueillies et présentées par Jean Brérault

      1932Paris, A. Calavas, Librairie des Arts décoratifs, sd [1932]. 33,5 x 26 cm, 2 ff. n. ch. (titre et préface) - 54 planches de photographies en noir tirées en héliogravure - 4 ff. n. ch. (table des planches), en feuilles sous chemise rigide de demi-toile écru à rubans, titre en creux au premier plat et imprimé au dos, rhodoïd. Edition originale rare. Ces photographies ont été choisies dans un but pédagogique, elles sont à sujet scientifique (portait d'Albert Einstein, astronomie...), architectural (effet de nuit à Notre-Dame, Tombouctou, tombeau de l'empereur Minh Mang à Hué, village Habé au Soudan...), paysagier (la Seine aux Andelys, le Mont-Blanc, gorges du Seldja en Tunisie...), industriel (locomotive, la chaîne aux usines Citroën...) et ethnologique (jeune fille Man Tien au Tonkin, jeune fille Djennenké au Soudan, femme Peulhe, ceuillette des noix de coco au Togo...). Photographies de Génia Reinberg, Marius Gravot, Georges Tairraz, Chevojon, Frédéric Boissonas, Paul E. Guillot... Petite tache à la page de titre et une autre au portefeuille, sinon un très bel exemplaire.

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        Saluto a Mussolini

      Al Tempo della Fortuna, 1932. in-8 Minime naturali imperfezioni Edizione limitata di 500 esemplari su carta Vergé Fabriano. Ns esemplare N. 60

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        POISON IN JEST

      New York & London: Harper & Brothers, 1932. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. New York and London. Rare early Carr in dustwrapper in the first edition is seldom offerred. First Edition, first printing with dated title page, first edition stated and Harper date code H-G all as called for. Original black cloth with titling in blue-green. P. 275. Carr introduces Rossiter "who has credentials from Scotland Yard but cannot hold a job anywhere". True first edition precedes the UK edition. Neat former owner name and remnants of number to front endpaper noted. Book is tight and clean and lightly rubbed to page edges. Remanats of seal noted at rear endpaper. Locked room with poison apparently from a sealed Brandy. The modernist jacket is unclipped with original $2 price intact and is graphicallly complete. Some light scuffing and paper loss to tips and corners especially along bottom edge with no print affected. Hubin listed, Cooper & Pike, pp. 65-74. Adey, p. 44. Quality scans or further info available.

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        PURPLE PRINCE OF OZ

      - (BAUM,L.FRANK). PURPLE PRINCE OF OZ by Ruth Plumly Thompson. Chic: Reilly & Lee (1932). 4to, deep purple cloth, pict. paste-on, tiny rub area on rear corner else fine in VG+, slightly frayed dust wrapper ($1.75 price and ads through this title). 1st edition, 1st state, illustrated by J.R. NEILL with cover plate, pictorial endpapers, 12 color plates coated on one side plus black & whites in-text. A beautiful copy. H-G XXVI. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Photograph Album Documenting Three Cross-County Automobile Trips

      United States and Canada, 1932. Photograph Album. Very good. Over 275 photographs on about 240 leaves contained in a 7" x 11.5" album. Most of the photographs measure 2.5" x 3.5", some are 3.25" x 5"; all are mounted using photo corners. The photographs and album are in nice shape. The album documents three separate lengthy automobile trips made by two young men, possibly from Traverse City, Michigan, in the early 1930s. The first begins on 1 July 1930 and follows their travel through Akron, the Allegheny Mountains, Pittsburgh, Washington DC, New York City, Plymouth, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Duluth, Montana, Glacier National Park, Idaho, Oregon, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Mojave Desert, Grand Canyon, Painted Desert, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, Cody, and Deadwood. The second group of photographs begins on 4 July 1931 and follows their travel through Kentucky, Nashville, St. Augustine, Daytona Beach, the Florida Keys, Clearwater, Ocala, New Orleans, San Antonio, Austin, Santa Fe, and Colorado. The third group of photographs is undated, but presumably from the summer of 1933, and follows their travels throughout Michigan including the Mackinac Straits, Upper Peninsula (St. Ignace, Manistique, Sault Ste. Marie, Forest Lake, Gladstone), Bay City, Cadillac, Benton Harbor, Manistee, Chicago Illinois, Sand Dunes Indiana, Detroit, St. Clair, and Port Huron. In addition to the expected tourist pictures, there are many photos of their car, tents, campsites, picnicking, bridges, ferries, etc.

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        Public Faces A Novel

      London: Constable & Co Ltd,, 1932. Octavo. Original brown cloth, titles to spine in green, green topstain. With the dust jacket. Spine a little rolled and with a crease, a few small marks to covers, topstain faded, some spots to fore-edge, endpapers partially tanned. A very good copy, in the tanned jacket with small chips along the edges. First edition, first impression of Nicolson's great (and, from the jacket blurb, seemingly prophetic) political novel: "Staged in the Foreign Office, the book describes how, during the first week of June, 1939, Great Britain becomes involved in an international crisis, which exposes her to the alternative of complete humiliation or of war against a combination of the four great powers".

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        FAIRY TALES

      George C Harrap 1932 - FIRST EDITION ILLUSTRATED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM 288pp., 59 black and white illustrated illustrations in text and 12 tipped in colour plates each with captioned tissue guards, PUBLISHER'S GREEN DE LUXE MOROCCO BINDING, gilt decorated front board, top edge gilt, corners very slightly worn and spine very slightly darkened, but an exceptionally nice example of this special publisher's binding Size: 10" x 7.75" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The King of the Golden River.

      London, Georges Harrap & Co- Ltd. Printed in Great Britain R & R. 1932. In-12 (23,5 x 15,5 cm), reliure souple de vélin, titre estampé en dorée, tête dorée, pages de garde illustrées, ouvrage illustré de 4 planches hors texte en couleur et de 14 dessins in texte dont certains en noir et blanc et d'autres en rouge. Parfait état. Tiré à 570 exemplaires, numéroté et signé à la plume par Arthur Rackham.

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        Omega. (Warenkatalog).

      Biel, 1932 - Biel, Mai 1932. 29,5x24,5 cm. 24 S., illustriert. Originalbroschur. Sehr seltener Verkaufskatalog aus der Frühezeit der Armbanduhr (s. S. 15-24), sowie den Uhrwerken und Taschenuhren. - Umschla fleckig. Sprache: N [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Les Vases communicants

      Paris, Editions des Cahiers Libres, 1932 18 x 13,5 cm, broché, couv. illustrée par Max Ernst en rose et noir, 172 pp. Edition originale en service de presse imprimée sur vélin Omnia (après 25 ex. sur Japon impérial). Envoi autographe de l'auteur au poète d'avant-garde roumain Ion Vinea: "A Jean Vinea / Très affectueux hommage d' / André Breton". Petites fentes aux arêtes en bas du dos, petites déchirures marginales sans manque à la couverture, sinon bel ex. non coupé. Notre ex. en S. P. est imprimé à plus grandes marges que les exemplaires du tirage courant. Ion Vinea fut rédacteur en chef de la revue d'avant-garde roumaine Contimporanul qui publia, entre autres, des textes d'auteurs surréalistes de 1924 à 1932. Belle provenance.

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        OCCIDENTE Sintesi dell'attività letteraria nel mondo.

      Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Roma, Ed. d'Italia, Oct./Dec. 1932 - Agosto 1935. Together 10 issues (no. 10/11 is double-issue) in the original wrappers, a bit soiled; nos. 8-10/11 with the original dust-jackets designed by V. Paladini; illustrated.The last issue is in photoreprint. Directed by Armando Ghelardini. 'Pubblica soltano scritti inediti.' Contribs. by M. Bontempelli, U. Barbaro, C. Alvaro, E. Flajano, A.G. Bragaglia, C. Pavolini, S. Quasimodo, E. Cecchi, C. Comisso, F. Sapori, T. Landolfi, G.B. Angioletti, F. Jovine, a.o., as well as transl. from D.H. Lawrence, J. Joyce, J. Cocteau, Virginia Woolf, Max Beerbohm, E. du Perron (letteratura Olandesa), Aldous Huxley, J.B. Priestley, a.o.

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        La France travaille - Tomes I et II

      1932. Horizons de France. 1932. In-8.Carré. Relié cuir dos-coins. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos à nerfs. Intérieur frais. Tome I : 419 pages. / Tome II : 428 pages. / Très belles reliures de cuir noir sur les plats et les coins, marron sur le dos - Titre et tomaison dorés - Bordures inférieures et supérieures des plats frottées - Légères épidermures sur les nerfs - Très nombreuses illustrations n&b in et hors texte. Préface de Paul Valéry. La vie paysanne / Vignerons / Marchés et ravitaillement des villes / Fleurs et parfums / Tisserands et filateurs / canuts / tapisseries / couture et mode / Verriers et céramistes / le bâtiment / Fabriques à papier / Métiers du livre / Journaux, bibliothèque, laboratoires / mineurs / Les métiers du fer / Mariniers et bateliers / Gens de mer / La vie des phares / Le rail / L'automobile, l'avion / Aux sources de l'énergie /

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        VOYAGE DE BABAR

      - DE BRUNHOFF,JEAN. LE VOYAGE DE BABAR. Paris: Jardin des Modes (1932). Folio (10 1/2 x 14 1/2"), cloth backed pictorial boards, 2 tips worn, VG- Fine with much less scratching than is usually found on the covers. FIRST EDITION OF THE SECOND BABAR BOOK, featuring rich color illustrations on every page. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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