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        Miss Zilphia Gant.

      8vo. Dallas: The Book Club of Texas, 1932. 8vo., xi, 29, [1 colophon] pp., title-page and colophon printed in black and brown. Original adobe-red cloth decorated and lettered in gilt, deckled edges. Faint finger smudges to upper board, otherwise a bright beautiful copy. First edition, number 99 of 300 copies. A scarce, early short story by Faulkner, with a preface by Henry Nash Smith, and later reprinted in Uncollected Stories of William Faulkner. In Miss Zilphia Gant, which while published in 1932 was actually written in 1928, Faulkner introduces themes of violence, repressed sexuality, revenge, and isolation, that will recur throughout his career, especially in A Rose for Emily, and Dry September (Critical Companion to William Faulkner, By A. Nicholas Fargnoli, Michael Golay, p. 192).

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        George Gershwin's Song-Book.

      New York: Random House, 1932. Signed limited first edition, number 108 of only 300 copies signed by George Gershwin and illustrator Constantin Alajalov. Quarto, bound in full publishers morocco. This copy includes the music to "Mischa, Yascha, Toscha, Sascha" in the pocket at the rear, often not found. In near fine condition. An exceptional example. American composer and pianist George Gershwin's orchestral compositions spanned the genres of popular, jazz, and classical music and are now considered to be some of the most important musical works of the twentieth century. Gershwin began his career composing Broadway theatre works with his brother Ira Gershwin and soon became a major figure in musical theatre in New York City and later Hollywood. Gershwin's classic Song-Book is illustrated with full-page color lithographic plates after Constantin Alajalov, and includes such Gershwin standards as "Swanee," "Fascinating Rhythm," "That Certain Feeling," "The Man I Love," "Strike Up the Band," and "I Got Rhythm," among others. "In one of his few prose writings, George provided an introduction for the song book. What is most important... is that it contained the original published version of each song, followed side by side by George's 'improvised' versions of the songs" (Carnovale, 14).

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        The Story of Fuzzypeg the Hedgehog

      Heinemann, 1932. Very rare first printing copy of this, one of the earliest titles from Alison Uttley's much loved Little Grey Rabbit Series. Only the bottom inch of backstrip remains. Single piece of beige tape connects boards at top of spine. Average wear and soiling externally otherwise. Front endpaper and several pages bear child's markings in red pencil. We have attempted to erase several of these markings with decent success. We are happy to provide digital images upon request. Contemporary gift greetings atop first blank leaf. Erased lead pencil scribbling to page 98 is lightly visible. Overall, a worthy copy.

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        The Fun of It.

      New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1932. First edition, early printing of Earhart's account of her childhood, her fascination with aviation, and her life through her 1932 flight across the Atlantic. Octavo, original cloth, illustrated throughout. Signed by Amelia Earhart on the front free endpaper. With the rare original silvertone phonograph recording of her internationally broadcast speech given the day she completed her solo transatlantic flight. In near fine condition with a touch of rubbing. The Fun of It covers Earhart's life through May 20-21, 1932, "when Miss Earhart, alone in a Lockheed Vega monoplane with a single Wasp engine, negotiated 2,026 miles through storm and fog from Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, to a cow pasture on the outskirts of Londonderry, Ireland. The flight set a transatlantic record of 14 hours, 56 minutes... and stirred such public adulation that she confided, 'I'll be glad when the zoo part is over'" (ANB).

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        Weimar und Jena, Rudolstadt - Ilmenau.

      (1. und einzige Aufl.). VI, 41 S., 2 Bl. (Anz.). Mit 2 Karten, 2 Plänen u. 1 Grundriss. OBrosch. (minimal berieben). Hinrichsen D 252.- Erschienen zum Goethejahr 1932.- Vereinzelte dezente Bleistiftunterstreichungen.- Gutes Exemplar. Recht selten.

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        Weimar und Jena, Rudolfstadt und Ilmenau.

      Leipzig Karl Baedeker Druck Breitkopf und Härtel in Leipzig 1932 - Geheftete O-Broschur, Einband wenige Gebrauchsspuren, Name auf Vorsatz, VI, 41 Seiten mit 2 Karten, 2 Plänen und einem Grundriss, (4 S.) Anzeigen, kl. 8°. - - - Gut erhaltenes Exemplar des seltenen Baedeker-Bändchens! [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        KING KONG

      New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1932. First Edition, First Printing, First State Dust Jacket. Novelization of the world famous 1932 movie. Evokes the best of the classic adventure story. The characters quickly set off on their expendition, the suspense builds and the action explodes to great effect. The novel closely follows the film version, with a few plot holes filled in. Hardcover with dust jacket. 249 pages. 8vo., 249pp.; VG/VG; spine pictorial with black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; mild chipping to hinges, head and tail of spine on dust jacket; small pieces of tape hidden on rear of dust jacket; small amount of water damage causing bleeding onto paper of mylar backing on tail, lower corners; endpapers pictorial, with images from the movie; dust jacket has three vivid illustrations, one each on front cover, spine, and rear cover; The dustwrapper is in the correct first state with "by" printed twice to the upper panel; LP consignment; shelved case 3, Dupont. Full-priced Rockville.

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        Il matrimonio segreto Melodramma giocoso in due atti

      C. E. R. Casa Editrice Romana, 1932. ITALIANO 0,02 Fascicolo spillato in carta leggera. Pagine in buono stato con bruniture, così ai tagli. USATO

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      London: Chatto & Windus, 1932. First Trade Edition. 8vo., 306 pp., VG/VG-; DJ, blue and white pictorial spine and covers with white lettering; mild shelfwear; age-toning to DJ, particularly to flaps; price uncut "7s. 6d." to bottom right-hand corner of front flap; blue cloth boards; gold lettering and motif to spine; bumping/chipping to head and tail of spine; head and tail of spine, as well as all corners except the lower rear corner, have been stained with some blue ink, where someone tried to hide some chipping, with tape behind the ink; cocking to spine; mild foxing to endpapers; dark top and beveled bottom edge of text-block; age-toning to text-block; light notations in pencil to verso of half-title page (list of author's works); cracked hinge between pp. 144-145, boards shaken, binding intact; LP consignment; shelved Case 3, Dupont. Full-priced Rockville.

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        The Wisdom of Jesus, The Son of Sirach, Commonly Called Ecclesiasticus

      Chelsea: Printed by C. H. St J. Hornby at the Ashendene Press,, 1932. Quarto. Original orange limp vellum, spine lettered in gilt, orange ties, top edge trimmed, others uncut. Initial letters hand-executed in red, blue and green by Graily Hewitt and his assistants, Ida D. Henstock and Helen E. Hinkley. Very pale speckling to rear cover, an excellent copy with spine entirely unfaded. First Ashendene edition, limited issue, one of 328 copies, printed in red and black Subiaco typefont on Batchelor hand-made paper; a further 25 were issued on vellum. "Booksellers continually declare the Ashendene Ecclesiasticus to be the finest book from the private presses"; A. D. Power stated "in my humble opinion it is one of the most satisfactory of the books of the Press'" (Colin Franklin, The Private Presses, p. 60).

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        Die Buchillustration des XVIII. Jahrhunderts in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. 3 Bände. Erster Teil: Die deutsche Buchillustration des Spätbarock und Rokoko. - Zweiter Teil: Die deutsche und schweizerische Buchillustration des Vorklassizismus. - Dritter Teil: Die Buchillustration des XVIII. Jahrhunderts in Österreich. Die Buchillustration des Klassizismus und der Frühromantik in Deutschland und der Schweiz.

      Leipzig: Insel Verlag, 1932 bis 1934. 113 (1) S. sowie 95 Abb. auf Lichtdrucktaf. ; 243 (1) S. sowie 253 Abb. auf Lichtdrucktaf. ; 156 (1) S. sowie 188 Abb. auf Lichtdrucktaf. OHalblederbde. mit Rückenvergold. 32x22 cm. - Ebde. berieben, teilweise mit Fehlstellen, Bd.2 mit großerer Fehlstelle, Vorsatz v. Bd. 1 und 2 im Gelenk etw. beschädigt, S. unbeschnitten, innen frische Exemplare.-- Dieses Buch wurde hergestellt in 800 numerierten Exemplaren, von denen Nr. F 1 -200 für die Mitglieder der Frankfurter Bibliophilen-Gesellschaft, Frankfurt a.M., Nr. M 1 - 300 für die Mitglieder der Maximilian - Gesellschaft, Berlin, Nr. I 1 -300 für den Insel-Verlag, Leipzig, gedruckt wurden. Den Druck des Textes besorgte die Spamer A.-G. in Leipzig, den der Lichtdrucktafeln die Firma Sinsel & Co. in Leipzig; das Büttenpapier lieferte die Papierfabrik Renker & Söhne in Zerkall. Dieses ist Nr. I 28. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Buchwesen, Buchillustration, XVIII. Jahrhundert -

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        Official Program, Xth Olympiad, Los Angeles, U.S.A., July 30-Aug. 14

      1932 - First Edition. 4to, 32pp, blue cloth with morocco spine label [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Black Mischief.

      Chapman and Hall, 1932 - First edition. 8vo. 303pp. Snakeskin effect boards with gilt lettering to spine as issued. Pictorial buff dustwrapper. A fine copy with fresh boards. Some light foxing to edges & first and last leaf. Leaves are noticeably crisp with sharp textblock and appear totally unread. The fine dustwrapper is clean and free of any toning to wrapper spine with bright red crown motif. One tiny closed tear. Original price of 7/6net on spine. A Superior copy. A 1930s humorous farce set in Colonial Africa. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hélène Rubissow. (Exhibition catalog)

      Paris: éditions de la Librairie, 1932. Quarto (28 × 22.5 cm). Original pictorial wrappers over blind paper wraps, in protective calque; 9, [2] pp., [13] leaves of plates, of which four in color. Signed and inscribed to Louis Hautec?ur, the last curator of the Musée du Luxembourg and a crucial figure in French art history and curatorship. Spine splitting at extremities; calque lightly chipped at edges; internally very good. Scarce catalog showcasing the work of Hélène Rubissow (1897-1988), or Elena Rubisova, a Russian-born artist who was trained in St. Petersburg and Berlin before settling in Paris. In 1918, she took part in the exhibition of the Mir iskusstva (World of Art) group, which included such artists as Dobuzhinsky, Iakovlev, and Chukhaev. Largely decorative and ornamental, her work represents an idiosyncratic mixture of Russian, Asian, and African influences. The present catalog preceded a solo exhibition of Rubisova's work in Paris. She also wrote and published in the Paris emigre newspaper "Poslednie novosti." After 1945, she resettled in the United States, where she taught and published widely. With a short introductory essay by Maximilien Gauthier. Inscribed by Rubisova to Louis Hautec?ur, the last curator of the Musée du Luxembourg. No. 288 of 300 copies printed. Signed and inscribed by Rubisova to Louis Hautec?ur (1884-1973), the last curator of the Musée du Luxembourg and a crucial figure in French art history and curatorship (somewhat ironically, given that he was known for his conservative, classicist taste rather than a penchant for Rubisova's brand of modernist art). KVK, OCLC show nine copies, of which four in France and five in North America, at Arizona, Hofstra, SMU Dallas, UNC Chapel Hill, and Yale.

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        Die internationale Werkbundsiedlung Wien 1932. (Mit 277 Abbildungen).

      Wien, Schroll & Co., 1932. 4°. 21 + 1 S. + 41 n.n. Bll. OBrosch. m. OSch. EA. - Neues Bauen in der Welt, Bd. VI. - Exlibris-St. a. V. u. T., etw. berieben, leichte Gbrsp., tlw. leicht stockfleckig. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Architektur

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (#'ed Edition Signed by Binder AND the original Alice Hargreaves)

      The Limited Editions Club, New York 1932 - 5 7/8 X 8 7/8 Inches. 183 PP. #974 of 1500 copies signed by Frederic Warde. This copy IS ONE OF THE ROUGHLY 500 COPIES that contains the full sheet signed by Alice Hargreaves! Illustrated by John Tenniel. Gilt stamped leather. Introduction by editor of the Saturday Review of Literature editor Henry Seidel Canby. Housed in original issue slipcase. Original publisher prospectus laid-in. A hint of wear to edges and corners. Slight crack to leather on binding, although is holding nicely. Light foxing. Slipcase a bit worn and sunned, but in sound condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Manhattan Oases: New York's 1932 Speak-Easies

      E.P. Dutton & Co, New York 1932 - The 1932 stated 1st edition of the great Al Hirschfeld's elusive 1st book, PARTICULARLY SO IN ITS UNCOMMON PICTORIAL DUSTJACKET. Tight and VG- (with light offsetting at the endsheets and light soiling at the top and bottom panel edges) in a bright, VG- dustjacket, with a 2" chip at the foot of the spine and light chipping along the panel edges. Internally, very clean, with no writing or markings of any kind to the text or the wonderful Hirschfeld illustrations. A presentable, well-preserved copy. Also includes "A Gentleman's Guide to Bars and Beverages" by Gordon Kahn. Quarto, 83 pgs. Introduction by Heywood Broun. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Oeuvres de Francoys Villon : Reveues et Remises en Leur Entier

      Boulogne-sur-Seine and Paris: Pierre Bouchet and Roger Lacouriere 1932. This is copy no. 11 of an edition limited to a total of 125 copies. This is one of 15 copies with a double set of engravings, in black and in colour. 168, plus plates, pp. Original printed paper wraps in glassine wrapper. Glassine torn but complete. Loose folded sheets, as issued. With two suites of engravings in portfolios. All in cardboard chemise with dark blue morocco title label to spine and in slipcase. Slipcase slightly darkened and edgeworn. Finely printed on hand-made paper. Leaves bordered in red. Engravings by Charles Martin. Colour frontis. In-text hand-coloured illustrations. With two suites of engravings in paper portfolios, one containg 76 full-page hand-coloured engravings and the other suite containing 76 full-page engravings in black and shades of grey, also hand-coloured. All engravings and folded sheets in Fine condition. Slipcase in VG condition. . Near Fine. Wraps. Limited Numbered Edition. 1932. 4to..

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      - POP-UP. (BLUE RIBBON) JACK THE GIANT KILLER and other tales. NY: Blue Ribbon (1932). Thick 4to, pictorial boards, usual hinge strains else unusually FINE IN FINE DUSTWRAPPER. Containing the title story as well as Little Red Riding Hood and Sleeping Beauty. Illustrated by HAROLD LENTZ with color endpapers, many black and whites and 4 fabulous double page color pop-ups. Due to the thickness of the pages few copies of this title survive in nice condition. This is the nicest copy you're likely to find. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historical Records Of The Cameron Highlanders Vols V, VI & VII

      Blackwood, Edinburgh & London - Three volumes: V & VI (Second World War) 1932-1948, both published in 1952. Vol VII 1949-61and published in 1962. All in green buckram with gilt lettering to spine. Volumes VI & VII have DJs which have significant edge wear. Vol V has edge wear to lower front board and foxing to uncut block. Vol VI has nibbled (possible mouse) to top and bottom of spine and top rear board near spine and foxing to top of block. Vol VII has nibbling to top right of front board and bottom right corner of spine. See photographs. NB: VERY HEAVY - WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONALPOSTAGE [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SELECTED ESSAYS 1917 - 1932

      Faber & Faber (1932), London - Bound in full blue vellum. Gallup A21.b. Copy #47 of only 115 copies SIGNED by the author. Bookplate on front pastedown; postage stamp of Eliot tipped to front endpaper. A much nicer than usual copy with the vellum maintaining a rich blue color and the spine only mildly faded with some discoloration at the heel not affecting the gilt lettering. Just about Fine in remnants of original glassine and scarce in this condition [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Sartoris - first issue binding and dust wrapper

      Chatto and Windus, 1932. Hardcover. Very Good. A first edition, first printing, first state copy (blue cloth, gilt lettering). Cloth slightly faded at edges. Very slight foxing to endpages. Spine ends a bit softened. In the first issue dust wrapper WITHOUT the Centaur library indicator. The wrapper is very good and has a staggered tear to the front panel. Some browning to the spine and wear to the extremities. Rare with the first issue points.

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      Constable & Company Limited (1932), London - Laurence A210a. Pictorial boards and twenty woodblock illustrations within by John Farleigh. This copy with a lengthy SIGNED INSCRIPTION by the author on the half-title page: "Ayot St. Lawrence, Welwyn, Herts/Easter Sunday 1941./Dear Mrs. Berry/As this is a first edition it has all the/original mistakes in it. See my marginal notes/on pages 11, 35 & 63./Sell it to the foolish people who collect/first editions; and buy a properly corrected copy/with the proceeds. The transaction will be/quite profitable./Your father stood high in my regard/and respect./faithfully/G. Bernard Shaw." On the three pages mentioned by Shaw are MANUSCRIPT corrections in his hand ranging from one to two sentences. Neatly laid down on the page opposite the half title is a Shaw Compliments card with the following in Shaw's hand dated 18 April 1941 and SIGNED with his initials: "My secretary will return the picture/My signature is just above Laura Knight's." Owner name on verso of front endpaper. Some fraying of spine edges with neat repairs. Very Good [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/Fair. First edition, first and only printing, with the "A" and the publisher's seal on the copyright page. Save Me the Waltz was written by Zelda Fitzgerald (1900-48) in six hectic weeks while recovering from a breakdown. The novel is intensely autobiographical, portraying a Southern belle's struggle to rise above being "a back-seat driver about life" and to earn respect for her own accomplishments - to establish herself independently of her husband. It is a forceful, truthful picture of a legendary marriage in a fabulous age, and one of the most shattering self-portraits of a woman ever committed to paper. Octavo. Original light green cloth binding, with blue titles. The spine is sun faded. In the excedingly scarce dust jacket, which is rather shelfworn and soiled, more so along the spine and folds, with some shallow chipping to the extremities. Bruccoli ZF-A1.1.

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        How To Choose Vocations From the Hands with 66 illustrations and charts

      Putnam, USA 1932 - B000IMP5DW 336 pages. Fifty-nine black and white photos illustrate various features of the hands. "Shows how any parent can easily select the occupation for which a child is best fitted and prepare him for success. Shows how men and women entering college can prepare themselves for their best vocations, wasting no time on studies that will not contribute to their success. Selects definite positions in definite industries: every selection is concrete; there are no generalities. Over 4000 positions are listed in which different types of people can be successful. The result of thirty years of intensive study." - from dust jacket which also includes a glowing endorsement of the author and his work by James H. Canfield, formerly President of Ohio State University and Librarian at Columbia University. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding sound. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A sound copy of this fascinating work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ARCHITETTURA, rivista del sindacato nazionale fascista architetti - seguito di ARCHITETTURA E ARTI DECORATIVE - direttore MARCELLO PIACENTINI - otto annate in blocco 1932-1939, Roma, Treves-Treccani-Tuminelli, 1932

      Le 8 annate sono rilegate in mz.pergamena con titoli su tasselli in oro. formato 22,5 x 28. e varia pubblicità in pagine anche non numerate. annata 1932 pagine 716 annata 1933 " 814 annata 1934 " 767 annata 1935 " 704 annata 1936 " 632 annata 1937 " 818 annata 1938 " 906 annata 1939 " 744 Numerose le foto ed i disegni di progetti, costruzioni, ponti, chiese, strade ecc., opera dei maggiori tecnici ed architetti del periodo. MARCELLO PIACENTINI, sommo architetto italiano venne affiancato alla direzione da ENRICO DEL DEBBIO, GAETANO VENINO E PRIMO MARCON. La raccolta di queste rare 8 annate viene offerta in blocco a

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        The Art of Mixing [Cocktail Recipes]

      Macrae Smith Co Philadelphia (1932) - Second Printing. Small octavo, original silver cloth and illustrated dustjacket, red stamping, 49 pages. Attractive post-prohibition volume. "The Art of Mixing is the result of much research in many climes. It contains 235 recipes, in most of the recipes the ingredients have been proportioned in fractional quantities, making the use of a standard measuring until unnecessary and allowing any number of drinks to be prepared at the same time. Careful perusal will prove a boon companion to those now suffering the status of amateur; and will bring a fragrant breath of memory to the hardened veteran in the gentle art of mixing". Located in "Cocktail Books, Selected Titles from the Library of Congress Collections". Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, dime sized chip at top front panel, few edge nicks, tiny drip spot at mid front panel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Deutsche Sankt Georg Sportzeitung. Offizielles Organ des Reichsverbandes für Zucht und Prüfung deutschen Warmbluts - XXXII.Jahrgang - Nr. 29 Erstes Märzheft 1932

      Berlin,Verlag der Sankt Georg G.m.b.H., 1932. Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagseinband (Broschur im Format 24,6 x 34,4 cm) mit fotoillustriertem Deckeltitel. Hauptschriftleiter: Gustav Rau. 28 Seiten, mit vielen Fotoabbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier und großem, teils bebilderten Kleinanzeigenteil. - Aus dem Inhalt: Gedankenaustausch über die italienische und die deutsche Reitmethode - Bild-Nachruf auf Freiherr Simon Alfred von Oppenheim (weltbekannter Züchter von Schlenderhahn) - Fotos: Hochzeit des Prinzen Georg Wilhelm zu Waldeck und Pyrmont und der Komtesse Ingeborg Platen zu Hallermund / Vom großen Ball im Hotel Adlon anlässlich des Berliner Reichsverbandsturniers (mit Herrn Louis Adlon) - Plastiken von Ingrid Starke / Königsberg (Tierplastiken) - Münchens Reiter ehren ihren Master, den Prinzen Alfons von Bayern - Die Feier des 200 jährigen Bestehens der Preuß. Staatsgüterverwaltung - Das Berliner Februar-Turnier - Erstausgabe, EA, erste Auflage in guter Erhaltung. Deutsches Reich, Reitschule, Reiten, Reiterei, Reitbetrieb, Pferdezucht in der Weimarer Republik, illustrierte Bücher, Reitmode, Reiterbekleidung, Pferderennen, deutscher Pferdesport, Reitverein, Turniersport, Trabersport, Spring-Derby, Pferdeversteigerung in Deutschland, Mode, Schierholz Porzellan aus Plaue / Schwarzburg-Sondershausen, Luxus in der Weimarer Republik, Werbung für Luxusautomobile Versand D: 5,90 EUR

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      New York: Random Houe, 1932. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Lithographs By Rockwell Kent. 146 Pp. Grey Cloth, Stamped In White On Spine And Front Cover. Set By Hand In Hammer Uncial At The Pynson Printer; Printed In Red, Black And Blue. #727 Of 950 Copies With Eight Lithographs By Rockwell Kent, With His Thumbprint On The Colophon. Near Fine, All White Lettering Strong, No Names Or Marks, Slight Browning To Spine And Edges, Wear Along Top And Bottom Edges Of Spine. In A Later Clear Dust Jacket, Clean And Complete With No Chipping Or Tears.

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        Modern Architecture: International Exhibition (Feb 10 to March 23, 1932)

      New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1932. Original Wraps. Collectible; Very Good. A solid, perfectly serviceable copy of this seminal 1932 MoMA catalogue, which essentially ushered in the age of modernism in architecture. Tight and VG- in its pictorial wrappers, with light abrading at the front pastedown and title page, light soiling to the panels and mild creasing to the spine (with a bit of wear along its base). Light, very occasional pencil underlining as well to the text. Quarto, Foreword by MoMA's Director Alfred Barr, Jr., Historical Note by Philip Johnson. The "Exhibiting Architects" section curated by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Lewis Mumford and Philip Johnson. 5,000 copies printed.

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        Modern Architecture: International Exhibition (Feb. 10 to March 23, 1932)

      Museum of Modern Art, New York 1932 - A solid, perfectly serviceable copy of this seminal 1932 MoMA catalogue, which essentially ushered in the age of modernism in architecture. Tight and VG- in its pictorial wrappers, with light abrading at the front pastedown and title page, light soiling to the panels and mild creasing to the spine (with a bit of wear along its base). Light, very occasional pencil underlining as well to the text. Quarto, Foreword by MoMA's Director Alfred Barr, Jr., Historical Note by Philip Johnson. The "Exhibiting Architects" section curated by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Lewis Mumford and Philip Johnson. 5,000 copies printed. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [together with] Through the Looking Glass. Illustrated by John Tenniel.

      New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1932 & 35 - 2 volumes, octavo. Publisher's red and blue calf, spines gilt in compartments with tools based on Tenniel's illustrations, boards elaborately gilt stamped, edges gilt. Alice with the original glassine. Housed in the publisher's red and blue cloth slipcases. A superb set; exceptionally, Alice in Wonderland retains the original glassine jacket. Frontispiece and engraved title to each volume and illustrations throughout by John Tenniel. Signed limited editions, both signed by the original "Alice", Alice Hargreaves (née Liddell). Each volume is one of 1,500 copies: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is number 1023, and signed by Alice on the second blank, and on the limitation page by typographer and binder Frederic Ward; Through the Looking Glass is number 1259 and signed by Alice on the limitation page. Williams–Madan–Green, pp. 223 & 233. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Story of My Life -- one of 15 in the presentation binding

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1932 - One of fifteen copies in the full cloth presentation binding, signed per the limitation, near fine. Darrow's The Story of My Life is an American classic, the autobiography of the country's most famous trial lawyer. There were two bindings of this first signed edition: a subscriber binding (294 copies) and a presentation binding (15 copies). The subscriber copies were bound in a soft quarter cloth over soft grey paper boards and the entire binding wears poorly. There was, additionally, a presentation binding, in strong full polished cream cloth (with the title stamped into the cloth rather than separately labeled), but only fifteen of these were issued. This is one of the 15, in near fine condition, just a touch of trivial shelwear, absolutely no fraying or wear to the cloth, no bumps, contents also near fine, small periord bookseller tag on inside front pastedown. A lovely copy in a binding that is strong and flexible and can still be enjoyed as a book. The presentation binding copies were not numbered but the limitation is 15. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Blue Sky Rare Books]
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        The Story of My Life

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1932 - New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1932. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Very Good. The presentation edition, limited to only 15 copies, signed by Clarence Darrow in full on the limitation page. This rare edition is bound in the original full cream cloth stamped in gilt and red (some darkening and light wear). The presentation copies were bound in full cream cloth, instead of cloth over boards, and were signed but not numbered. There were, as stated on the limitation page, only 15 issued. Signed: I Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arundel Books]
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        Autograph calling card signed ("Cl.") and memorial plaque.

      No place or date, but [1932] (plaque). - Calling card format, 1 page, framed; and 60:42 mm (in wooden frame). In French, to an unnamed addressee, asking for attending a concert. - The memorial plaque in bronze was made for the occasion of unveiling two Debussy memorials in Paris and Saint-Germain-en-Laye. The engraving on reverse reads: "CLAUDE DEBUSSY / 1862-1918 / CETTE MÉDAILLE / A ÉTÉ FRAPPÉE / A L'OCCASION / DE L'ÉRECTION / DES MONUMENTS DE / CLAUDE DEBUSSY / A PARIS / ET A St-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Odyssey of Homer Translated by T E Lawrence with a three-page note by him at the end of the text

      (London), 1932. Rogers, Bruce. Quarto. Unpaginated. One of 530 copies, printed and published by Rogers, Sir Emery Walker, and Wilfred Merton. Illustrated with 26 decorations of Homeric figures printed in black on round backgrounds of gold. It was Rogers who, upon reading Seven Pillars of Wisdom, decided that T.E. Lawrence would be an ideal translator for a new edition of the Odyssey-a process that was expected to take two years and ended up taking four. The famous gold roundels-one of the signature features of this edition-were based on Rogers's drawings of figures from Greek vases, each one depicting a scene from Homer's epic. These illustrations famously required seven passes through the press. Even the ink was specially made from an early 19th-century formula, using an oily resinous balsam that resulted in "a depth of black without gloss" in the roundels, as well as lending the book a slightly spicy aroma. A BR30 title, this is one of Rogers' most beautiful books and, according to Joseph Blumenthal, "indisputably among the most beautiful books ever produced ... with only type and paper and ink, with consummate skill, Rogers created a masterpiece." Lower corners bumped and show minor rubbing, traces of drying to top and bottom of spine, else fine housed in original slipcase, which shows general wear and tape repair. Bookplate. (Warde 157; Blumenthal p.134; O'Brien A141).

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Die Schrift. Die Schrift. Zu verdeutschen unternommen von M. Buber gemeinsam mit Fr. Rosenzweig.

      Originalpappbände. Dahm, S.834f. Catanne 288 MNE II, 222 Sämtliche vor dem Krieg erschienenen ersten Ausgaben. - Ab 1932 erschien die Ausgabe im Schocken Verlag, welcher auch Titelaufl. der bis dahin erschienen Bde. hrsg. - Bis heute in ihrer Nähe zum Urtext u. ihrer sprachlichen Ausdruckskraft unübertroffene Übersetzung der Hebräischen Bibel. Gutes Exemplar

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder]
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        Minor Papers on the Currency Questions, 1809-1823. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press

      1932 - First Edition. 8vo, ix, 231pp, original cloth, ex-library copy [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Far Eastern Booksellers / Kyokuto Shoten]
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        Abstraction Création Art non Figuratif 1932. 5 numéros.

      1932 - French Text. Paris, Editions les tendances nouvelles, 1932; 5 vols., paperback, pp. 250, b/w ill. Paris. Editions les tendances nouvelles 1932-1934., 1934. Cahier 1-5 . In-4°. 48 p.; 52 p.; 52 p.; Avec de nombreuses illustrations en n/b dans le texte. Brochures originales. Bolliger 9,1092. - 5 numéros de ce périodique rare, consacré à l'art abstrait et auquel on participé tous les artistes abstraits renommés de l'époque. - Edité par l'asscociation "Abstraction-Création" fondée le 15 février 1931 pour l'organisation d'art non figuratif. Comité directeur constitué de personnalité tel que: Arp, Gleizes, Hélion, Herbin, Kupka, Tundjian, Valmier und Vantongerloo. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libro Co. Italia Srl]
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        Men at Work

      Macmillan Company, New York 1932 - Non-paginated. Hardcover. Black & white photographs by Lewis W. Hine. Previous owners inscription on front endpaper; handwritten poem on rear endpaper. Green cloth covers with light rubbing to corners. No dust jacket. Record # 611279 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Monroe Street Books]
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