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        JOURNALS. HOOK And LADDER COMPANY No. 27, New York City Fire Department, The Bronx. # 79: September 8, 1931 - December 22, 1931. # 83: November 25, 1932 - May 4, 1933.

      [New York]: 1931 / 1933. 2 volumes. 1000 numbered pages. Hook and Ladder Company No. 27 was originally part of Combined Engine Company 46 - Bronx, which was organized on July 11, 1881. The Company moved to new quarters at 451 E. 176th Street on April 1, 1895. The Combined Engine Company was disbanded in order to organize Engine 46 and Hook and Ladder Company 27 on June 1, 1904. In a NYTimes article of April 18, 1904, it was announced that Fire Commissioner Hayes had established a new Fire Department Battalion in the Bronx, to be known as the Seventeenth. This Battalion included Hook and Ladder Company 27. Hook and Ladder Company 27 was located at 453 E. 176th Street. The Company was relocated to new quarters at 460 Cross Bronx Expressway on November 6, 1972 at which time it was disbanded to organize Ladder 58. The two journals provide an in-depth and fascinating glimpse into the daily operations of one of New York's finest, Hook and Ladder Company No. 27. Noted down to the minute are the times the men came on duty and when they were relieved; when drills took place; inspections; testing of the telegraph equipment; who was on house watch and when he was relieved; exactly when an alarm came in, by what method, and from what station. Certain members of the Company were more complete in their entries stating that the Company and apparatus responded to alarm, where they found the fire and when they returned to the station. A nice set documenting a segment of the NYFD's long illustrious history. As to be expected with volumes put to daily use, the bindings are worn & soiled, with fraying front joint cloth to #79. Nevertheless, an About VG - VG set.

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books]
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        The Noble & Joyous Boke Entytled Le Morte Darthur

      UK: Basil Blackwell / The Shakespeare Head Press, 1933 Oxford, The Shakespeare Head Press published by Basil Blackwell, 1933. Two Volumes. Full red leather. A near fine set with just light signs of age, a little rubbing to the corners. Bookplate to pastedown on each vol.. 1st Edition. Hardback. Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Hyraxia]
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        Bull's Eye

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1933. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Boards a little spotted, minor foxing to endpapers and edges; an excellent copy in the jacket with sunned spine, a short closed tear to foot of spine, chipped rear flap separated from rear panel. First edition, first impression. Kennedy's first book to feature the private detective Sir George Bull. The publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the half-title.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Traitor.

      London: Arrowsmith, 1933 - Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine in yellow. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with toned spine panel, spotting to the lower panel, and some nicks and short splits repaired with tape to the verso. First edition, first impression. Hubin. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Down and Out in Paris and London

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1933: First Edition, First Printing. Very Good. Lean to spine, with fading to spine cloth. Bumping to bottom corners of boards. Previous owner name in ink on pictorial endpapers. A lovely copy of Orwell's first full-length work, and one of only 1,750 copies in the first printing.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Der Brunnen, Für Deutsche Wesensart: 1. Jahrgang: Folge: 9 // 2. Jahrgang: Folge: 1, 4, 5, 13, 14, 15, 22 // 3. Jahrgang: Folge 4, 5, 7, 9, 10

      Nordland Verlag 1933-1935, Mühlheim / Düsseldorf / Magdeburg - Extrem selten ! Erste Zeitschrift des Nordland-Verlages der SS, diese ersten Jahrgänge hatten einen Abonnementenkreis von ca. 300 Personen. Mehr als 800 Zeitungen wurden nie aufgelegt! je Zeitung ca. 16 S. 2-3, teilweise gelochte Exemplare

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        Die Honteruspresse in 400 Jahren,, Festschrift der Buchdruckerei Johann Götts Sohn,

      Kronstadt-Brasov, Rumänien, 1933 - 111 S., mit einigen Abbildungen, Altdeutsch, --- Inhalt: Dem Leser zum Grusse, Johannes Honterus 1498-1549, Valentin Wagner (gest. 1557), Licht und Dunkel 1557-1624, Das sechzehnte Jahrhundert Vergleiche, Das siebzehnte Jahhundert, Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert, Die von Schobelnsche Druckerei, Die Buchdruckerei Gött (seit 1833), Zeitungen und Zeitschriften, Kalender der Honteruspresse, Rumänische Drucke, Übersichtstafeln, Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 620 grüne Leinwand, Standardbuch-Großformat, RARITÄT!, Leinwand hinten mit einem leichtem kleinem Fleck, ansonsten gutes Exemplar,

      [Bookseller: Agroplant GmbH, Antiquariat ts-buch ]
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        Scoop

      London: Chapman & Hall. (1933). First. First edition, in second state dustwrapper. Fine in bright, internally tape repaired, near fine dustwrapper with small tears at the the spine ends. Waugh's final novel in the light comedic style, which gave way hereafter to a more ponderous, if equally arresting tone. Scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        El hondero entusiasta (1923 - 1924)

      Empresa Letras, Santiago de Chile 1933 - PRIMERA EDICIÓN DEDICADA Y FIRMADA POR EL AUTOR. FIRST EDITION DEDICATED AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Colección "Cuadernos de poesía" núm. 2. EXCELENTE ejemplar con bella encuadernación holandesa. 34pp [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: 101Poe /La FOTO del libro es descripción]
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        WIND IN THE WILLOWS

      SHEPARD, ERNEST. GRAHAME,KENNETH. THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS. NY: Scribner 1933 (1933). 8vo (5 1/2 x 7 1/2"), blue gilt cloth, near Fine condition in pictorial dust wrapper (archival mends on verso, fraying to spine ends and light soil, really VG+). 1st U.S. edition, being the first U.S. edition with illustrations by E.H. SHEPARD. The U.S. edition appeared 2 years after the U.K. edition, however the pictorial dust wrapper on the American edition has illustrations not found on the the U.K. edition. Illustrated by Shepard with wrapper design, yellow pictorial endpapers and numerous illustrations throughout the text.

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc.]
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        ON ANCIENT CENTRAL-ASIAN TRACKS. Brief Narrative of Three Expeditions in Innermost Asia and North-Western China.

      London Macmillan 1933 - First edition. With a color frontispiece, 147 illustrations, and a folding color map at the rear. Additionally, several fold-out panoramas. 8vo, original sienna cloth gilt lettered and emblematically decorated, t.e.g. xxiv, 342, [2] ads. A handsome, clean and bright copy, very well preserved, tight and strong, minimal aging, one corner a bit bumped. VERY SCARCE AND HIGHLY IMPORTANT FIRST EDITION. This book was based on a series of lectures Stein gave at the Lowell Institute in Boston at the request of the president of Harvard University and represents a succinct account of the explorations, antiquarian and geographical, which he undertook throughout his life in Chinese Turkistan and adjacent parts of Central Asia. While many of Stein’s career travels took him further south, he states that the memories of his years in the areas in "the deserts and mountains of innermost Asia are still as fresh and cherished as before." Within the pages of this book can be found the accounts of sojourns across the Hindukush to the Pamirs and K’un-Lun, ventures into the cave-shrines of the Thousand Buddhas, and explorations in the Nan-Shan Ranges, all told in Stein’s knowledgeable and eloquent style. A cornerstone of Asian travel literature and scarce in such well preserved condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA]
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        Goblin Market

      London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd,, 1933. Octavo. Original limp vellum, title to front cover in gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, pictorial endpapers. Housed in publisher's original slipcase. Colour frontispiece, 3 similar plates, and black and white illustrations throughout. Light cockling to leaves. Otherwise a fine copy in a slightly soiled slipcase with minor wear to extremities. Signed limited edition, this being number 183 of 410 copies signed by Rackham.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Ah King : six stories / W. S. Maugham

      London : William Heinemann Ltd. 1933 - SIGNED manuscript letter from the author (on his headed paper) tipped in. Physical description; [6], 339, [1] p. ; 8vo. ; 19 cm. Contents; Ah King.--Footprints in the jungle.--The door of opportunity.--The vessel of wrath.--The book-bag.--The back of beyond.--Neil MacAdam. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 339 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Femmes [Collection d'Etudes Photographiques du Corps Humain, No. 1]

      Editions Arts et Métiers Graphiques, Paris 1933 - Folio. 20 loose leaves (title-page + nineteen plates numbered 2 to 20, some coated and some un-coated), as issued. Original photo-illustrated paper portfolio. Cover photograph mounted on stiff paper portfolio. Book housed in a custom-made green cloth clamshell-box, with title laid on spine. Sasha Stone (1895-1940) belonged to the circle around the constructivist periodical "G", which included Moholy-Nagy, Mies van der Rohe, El Lissitzky and Walter Benjamin. He created the photomontage for the dust-jacket of Benjamin's famous book "Einbahnstraße" (One-Way Street). Stone's nude work appeared in "Femmes," where his High Modernist nude figure studies emphasize sculptural form and unexpected angles. Some rubbing, creasing, and age-toning along edges of portfolio. Inside of spine partly taped. Minor creasing along edges of title and last plate. Tiny closed tear taped at verso of plate #20. Title-page in French. Clamshell-box in overall very good, portfolio in fair to good-, interior in good+, plates in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        Der Marsch ins Reich der Caoba

      Büchergilde Gutenberg, Zürich 1933 - Third book in Traven's Mahogany series, and the first of his books published by the new Büchergile Gutenberg in Zurich following the appropriation of the Berlin press by the Nazi's in May 1933. The novel was not published in English until 1961, when Robert Hale released it under the title March to Caobaland; the American edition, retitled March to the Monteria, is a reprint of the UK edition that was published by Dell as a mass market paperback in 1964. It tells the story of Celso, a Mexican Indian peasant trapped into debt slavery in a mahogany (caoba) camp deep in the jungle, which he slowly realizes he will never be able to get away from, earning barely enough to sustain his endless labors. A scarce title in dustjacket. TREVERTON 705, p.75-77. Octavo (23.5cm); blue-gray cloth, with titles stamped in maroon on spine and front cover; red topstain; dustjacket; 255pp. Some trivial wear to spine ends, else Fine. Dustjacket is lightly edgeworn, with several short edge tears (a few archivally mended on verso) and some minor touch-up to the black portions at spine ends; overall a bright, Very good+ example. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books, ABAA]
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        STORIES FROM PIERRE LOTI. Translated by Lafcadio Hearn. With introduction by Albert Mordell.

      HEARN'S ALTER EGO-LOTI WHO ALSO LOVED A JAPANESE GIRL ! [Tokyo 1933] - , Hokuseido. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION. Blue cloth,very good in dust jacket, 241p., 13 x 18.5 cm. Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

      [Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Hound of Death

      London: The Crime Club, Collins,, [1933]. And Other Stories. Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine in black. Spine rolled and faded, a few marks to boards, tips rubbed, contents mildly foxed. A very good copy. First Crime Club edition, first impression, with the cancel title page. This book was first published by Odhams as part of a promotion in association with the periodical "The Passing Show", after the Crime Club declined to do so. However, Collins later took over a small number of sheets and issued the book under The Crime Club imprint. Scarce.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Warum Krieg?

      (Paris), Internationales Institut für geistige Zusammenarbeit Völkerbund 1933.. 22,5 : 16,5 cm. 62 pages, 1 leaf Original boards.. One of 2000 numbered copies of this epoch-making oeuvre. - Some underlining in red; piece of upper spine missing. - Rare.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Steinbach]
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        Tales of Mystery and Imagination

      Tudor Publishing Co., New York 1933 - Gilt lettered black cloth in pictorial dust jacket. Housed in original cardboard box with pictorial paper label. Dust jacket and box with expert restoration work. Some gold flaking from title. Nice copy of this great edition of Poe's stories. Size: Quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB]
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        TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK.|THE

      The Limited Editions Club, (New York, NY 1933 - 8vo. full English pigskin blind-stamped with a design by Eric Gill, slipcase, top edge cut, other edges uncut. (2), xiv, 149, (3) pages. Limited to 1500 numbered copies signed by the engraver on colophon (LEC 44). Wood engravings and initials by Eric Gill (Gill, 2nd. ed., 287). Introduction by Gilbert Murray. Note upon the text. Printed by Hague and Gill on Barcham Green paper. Slipcase lightly sunned, and rubbed at edges. Bumped at top front corner. Bookplates removed from front and back pastedowns. Well preserved copy. full English pigskin blind-stamped with a design by Eric Gill, slipcase, top edge cut, other edges uncut [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Birds of the Island of Java. Two volumes. Complete set, Volume 1: Passeres and Volume 2: Non-Passeres

      Published by the author 1933 - Tokyo: Published by the author. Volume I: Passeres, 1933: 14 color plates and one folding map; Volume II: Non-Passeres, 1936: 20 color plates and one folding map. Half burgundy cloth over boards. Small folio. This is a Fine set of a scarce work on the avifauna of this most populous island of Indonesia. Two volumes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buteo Books]
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        The North American Indians

      John Grant, Edinburgh 1933 - Edinburgh: John Grant, 1933. Leather_bound. Three volumes. Thick octavo. The Indian Tribes of North America, with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs by Thomas L. McKenny and James Hall. A new edition, edited by Frederick Webb Hodge. Illustrated with 123 full-page plates in colour(chiefly from the Indian Gallery, formerly in the War Department at Washington), photogravure portraits and two maps. Bound in three quarter tan morocco between cloth boards, red and green gilt title label, raised bands, top edge gilt, marbled endpaper. a handsome copy.

      [Bookseller: Imperial Fine Books ABAA, ILAB]
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        WIND IN THE WILLOWS

      - GRAHAME,KENNETH. THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS. NY: Scribner 1933 (1933). 8vo (5 1/2 x 7 1/2"), blue gilt cloth, near Fine condition in pictorial dust wrapper (archival mends on verso, fraying to spine ends and light soil, really VG+). 1st U.S. edition, being the first U.S. edition with illustrations by E.H. SHEPARD. The U.S. edition appeared 2 years after the U.K. edition, however the pictorial dust wrapper on the American edition has illustrations not found on the the U.K. edition. Illustrated by Shepard with wrapper design, yellow pictorial endpapers and numerous illustrations throughout the text. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        Le Corset dans l'Art et les Moeurs du XIIIe au XXe Siecle. Vorwort von Louis Barthou.

      Paris, Libron, 1933.. Mit 76 (12 farb.) Tafeln, jeweils mit Text auf einem transparenten Vorschaltblatt, 9 beigebundene Blatt Faksimiles (diese im Format kleiner u. teils nur einseitig bedruckt), 70, tls. mehrtlg. Illustr. u. 3 tls. mehrtlg. Faksimiles. (1 w. Bl.), 1 w. Bl., 2 Bl., V, 278 S., 1 Bl., 1 w. Bl. u. (1 w. Bl.). 4°. Goldgepr. OU., dieser tls. gering fleckig. Tls. leicht gelockert, ganz vereinzelt nicht bzw. nicht exakt aufgeschnitten, sonst gutes Exemplar.. Für Fragen stehen wir Ihnen gerne telefonisch zur Verfügung!Nummer 467 von 575 Exemplaren dieser Ausgabe.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat & Buchhandlung Held GbR]
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        Collection of autographs by Japanese political and military leaders: Saito Makoto, Toshizou Nishio, and Kichisaburo Nomura.

      Tokyo and [Washington, DC], 1933-1941.. 4 sets of autographs laid down to album leaves, including original envelopes, numerous photo reproductions and newspaper clippings.. Collection assembled by the young Uruguayan nobleman Alejandro Zorrilla de San Martin (1909-87; Foreign Affairs Minister from 1963 to 1965 and grandson of Jose Luis Zorrilla de San Martin, the National Poet of Uruguay) by direct application. All signed in Japanese and English. Viscount Saito Makoto (1858-1936), formerly an admiral in the Imperial Navy, signs as Prime Minister of Japan (8 August 1933). General Toshizo Nishio (1881-1960) was considered one of the most successful and ablest strategists of the Imperial Japanese Army. His card is postmarked 5 Sept. 1934. Kichisaburo Nomura (1877-1964), another former Imperial admiral, served as ambassador to the United States at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor. His signature is dated 9 April 1941, eight months before that event, and is accompanied by a TLS cover letter by the Secretary to the Ambassador. Also included is a TLS from Goro Sakale, son of General Gaishi Nagaoka (1858-1933), who informs Zorrilla that his father, to whom the collector had applied for an autograph, passed away on the 23rd of April.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        POP-UP MICKEY MOUSE

      - POP-UP. (DISNEY) THE POP-UP MICKEY MOUSE. NY: Blue Ribbon (1933). 8vo, pictorial boards, FINE!! A wonderful pop-up with 3 super, double page pop-ups in perfect condition. There are also many half-page black and white illus. in text- all done by the Disney Studios. A nice copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        Four days wonder

      New York: E. P. Dutton & Co.. [1933]. "First American edition, 8vo, pp. 288; original green cloth stamped in gilt and black; binding soiled and spine a little sunned; original printed dust jacket (supplied?) with a few minor breaks and chips at extremities, spine sunned. This copy with a warm inscription from Mikne, ""For Bob (?) / with my love / specially bound in green to make the owner of the English edition jealous / Blue / Christmas 1933."" 'Blue' was Milne's nickname, possibly for his blue eyes, and possibly because he was inclined to dress in blue. "

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        THE PRIVATE LIFE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES.

      The Macmillan Company, 1933. - First edition. Near fine in dust jacket, lightly darkened on the spine. Within the pages of this book, Starrett attempts to expound upon information about which Holmes and Watson were somewhat closed-mouthed. He attempts to answer questions about the origin of Holmes, his methods, his daily life, etc., that Watson, with his preoccupation with deductive reasoning and notoriously bad memory, often forgot to explain. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung: 42. Jahrgang 1933: Heft 1 - 52 ( 8. Januar - 31. Dezember 1933 ) Vorgebunden: Heft 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 des Jahrgangs 41 = 1932 ). In 2 Bänden aufgebunden.

      Ullstein, Berlin 1933 - ( Erscheinungszeitraum 1932 - 1933 ). Mit den Seiten ( 1932 ): 1562 - 1788 sowie den Seiten 1 - 1911 des Jahrgangs 42 ( = 1933 ). Der Jahrgang 1933 hier somit vollständig vorliegend. Mit tausenden von schwarz-weißen Abbildungen und Illustrationen, alle Bereiche des politischen, alltäglichen, kulturellen, wirtschaftlichen, sportlichen Lebens darstellend in Wort und Bild. Jeweils in Halbleinenbänden der Zeit mit marmorierten Buchdeckeln und goldgeprägten Einbandrücken, Folio ( 37,5 x 27,5 cm ). Einbände etwas berieben, Ecken und Kanten gering bestoßen. Innen Papier durchgehend leicht gebräunt, wenige Seiten gering fleckig, wenige Seiten gering angeknickt. Insgesamt guter Zustand. - selten - ( Gesamtgewicht ca. 7800 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Winner Take Nothing

      London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933., 39. FIRST EDITION. 8vo., pp. 244. Publisher's black cloth, gilt labels to spine, little marking, and upper board; top edge tinted. Fine. In VG+ dustwrapper, generally age toned, a little frayed and chipped along extremities and corners with a couple of small closed tears; a couple of folds starting, one strengthened with tape from the inside. Shows extremely well.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Warum Krieg? Ein Briefwechsel.

      Paris, Internationales Institut für geistige Zusammenarbeit 1933 - 22.5 x 16.5 cm, 61 S., num. Ex., N° 45 von 2000 Ex., mit Widmung von Benno Braunschweig an Dr. Ernst Wolf ( Basel, 6.5.1935) auf Vorsatz, OR - Br. lose, Br. gering fleckig und Ränder gebräunt [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat A. Wempe]
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        Nachrichtenblatt des Verbandes Nationaler Polizeibeamten Gr(oß) Hamburg. Organ des Verbandes nationaler Polizeibeamten Groß-Hamburg. 1. Jahrgang, Heft 1 - 9 ( = 1. April 1933 - 1. August 1933 )

      Hamburg 1933 - ( Ohne Verlagsangabe - Mitgliederzeitschrift des Verbandes ) Mit 144 Seiten und sehr zahlreichen schwarz-weißen Abbildungen, ferner einige weitere zwischen den Nummern unnummeriert miteingebundene Seiten mit Abbildungen. OKarton ( alter Schnellhefter ( Rapid Binder ES/1 ) )mit farbigem Deckelbildchen. Der Okarton stark angestaubt, etwas fleckig, mit Randläsionen und Stempelaufdruck *English*, innen Papier teils stärker gebräunt, teils stärker fleckig oder stockfleckig, Seitenrand teils angestaubt. - von äußerster Seltenheit - . ( Gewicht 450 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Ultramarine

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1933. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine in white. With the supplied dust jacket. Housed in blue quarter morocco solander box with cream cloth sides. Board edges slightly faded, minor foxing to edges; an excellent copy in the price-clipped jacket, with a little soiling and a few nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Lost Horizon

      London, Macmillan and Co. Limited., 1933. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full dark green morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, rule to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. A fine copy with occasional light foxing. First Edition, First Impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Alphabet sourd aveugle. Préface and Note by Paul Eluard

      1933. MESENS, E.L.T. Alphabet sourd aveugle. Preface by Paul Eluard. 36, [2] pp. Illustrated with a frontispiece collage by Mesens dating to 1928. 4to., 265 x 205 mm, bound in original orange wrappers printed in black, in a new cloth folding box. Bruxelles: Éditions Nicolas Flamel, [1933]. |~||~||~||~| Number 493 of 500 copies, inscribed by Mesens to Jean Ballard, the French author and editior of Les Cahiers du Sud. This is "...the key work in Mesens's literary oeuvre" (Weiss, p. 222), featuring twenty-six poems by him, one for each letter of the alphabet. Mesens composed the entire text in two days in August 1930 while at a hospital in Ukkel. Signs of Dada and Surrealist themes abound, influences emphasized in the preface by Surrealist founder Paul Eluard. "With regard to typography and layout the work is truly pioneering" (idem), with one bold initial per page alongside Mesens's text in French. Printed by the F. Van Buggenhoudt press for Mesens's own publishing house, Éditions Nicolas Flamel, the total edition comprised 513 copies, three of which on Japon nacré; 10 on Holland; and 500 on Featherweight vélin, as here. Mesens was recently the subject of a major retrospective in Belgium. With a sheet of stationery from Les Cahiers du Sud, dated in pen 11 Sept. 1934 at Marseille, laid in front. E. Weiss, "The Star Alphabet," in The Star Alphabet by E.L.T.Mesens (catalog for exhibition at Mu.ZEE Oostende, July 6-November 17, 2013), pp. 222-223, illus. pp. 208-219.

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        The Wanderer

      The Old Rectory, Larling, near Norwich: John Middleton Murray,, December 1933 - 1934. Numbers I?-XII. 11 volumes bound as 1 (210 × 130 mm). Contemporary red quarter morocco, patterned boards, title to spine gilt. Boards very slightly rubbed and dulled, minimal fading of spine. An excellent copy. First editions, first impressions of all 12 published numbers (the final volume contains two numbers) of The Wanderer, a literary magazine published privately by John Middleton Murray.

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        Dix Reproductions, 1933.

      Paris: Editions Jeanne Bucher, 1933 Portfolio of eight pochoir prints and two collotypes by Braque, Derain, Dufy, Gris, Leger, Lurcat, Masson, Matisse, Picasso and Rouault; From an edition of 1000 with \"JB\" blind stamp; 20 1/2\" x 15 7/8\" (sheet) each; Printer: Editions Jeanne Bucher, Paris and Editions John Becher, New York. Very-Good rare edition. The paper portfolio cover is worn, with its flaps partially detached, inside in very good conditions without defects. More pictures on request.

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        Jüngling. Oel auf Leinwand.

      1933.. Bildgrösse: 101x70 cm. Unten links signiert und datiert. Gerahmt 107x76 cm..

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        DOWN AND OUT IN PARIS AND LONDON

      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1933. First American Edition. First Printing. Octavo; light purple cloth, with plum-colored stripes and titles stamped in black on spine; illustrated endpapers; 292pp. Hint of a forward lean, with faint foxing to text edges; clean throughout - Near Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped, sunned at spine and extremities, with edgewear, short tears, and chips to crown and corners; 3 inch tear along front flap fold, discreetly and archivally mended in two spots on verso; Very Good. Young Eric Blair's first book, a work he was sufficiently ashamed of that he asked Victor Gollancz to issue it under a pseudonym. The American edition was published about 6 months following the British, issued in a tiny print run of 1,750 copies, of which 383 were remaindered. The book sold poorly in the U.S., perhaps owing to the fact American audiences in the midst of the Depression did not want a reminder of life on the down-and-out. Rare in the dustjacket, seldom appearing in presentable condition in the trade and offered less than a handful of times in 30 years according to the auction record, those being restored with tape residue on verso. An important debut. Fenwick A.1d.

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        Series of some sixty autograph and typed letters signed ("Sean").

      Tingrith, Totnes, Devon, 1933-1952.. Mostly 4to. Appr. 150 pp.. Series of some sixty autograph and typed letters signed ("Sean"), the majority autograph, to MacDonald Ebenezer Cornelius, formerly McElroy ("Dear Conn"), the great majority written from Totnes during the Second World War, while his correspondent endured the Blitz in London, providing a running commentary on news coming in from the front, and a lively account of his own life and tribulations especially during the air raids to which Totnes was prone, with lively pen-and-ink sketches in some of the letters; together with: attached carbons of Cornelius's letters to O'Casey; about thirty letters by Eileen O'Casey, 1934-1949; copies with warm inscriptions (for example "With warm regards & remembrance of many a laughing hour") of Within the Gates (1933), The Flying Wasp (1937), Cock-A-Doodle Dandy (1949), Rose and Crown (1952), and others uninscribed; a file of letters by Augustus and Dorelia John, including four autograph letters by Augustus, charting a tale of two drawings sent by Cornelius to John to be signed but which got lost, with the ensuing entanglements, O'Casey's letters over 150 pages, some creasing and dust-staining but overall in good condition, the John file however damp-stained, O'Casey's letters largely 4to, Tingrith, Totnes, Devon, 1933-1952. A SUBSTANTIAL SERIES OF LETTERS BY SEAN O'CASEY, DESCRIBING HIS EXPERIENCES ON THE HOME FRONT DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR. The recipient of these letters was a son of Billy McElroy ('Mac'), the unnamed business man evoked by O'Casey at the beginning of the 'Silver Tassie' chapter in Rose and Crown, and described by Christopher Murray as 'the redoubtable McElroy, that deus ex-machina of the O'Casey drama' (Rose and Crown, 1952, pp. 27-9; Sean O'Casey: Writer at Work, 2004, p. 217). 'Mac' was a coal merchant who had invested money in the 1926 London runs of both Juno and the Paycock and The Plough and the Stars; and it was hearing him sing the Burns song 'Go fetch me a pint o' wine/ And fill it in a silver tassie' that so obsessed O'Casey and inspired the eponymous play. During these early London years, McElroy took over from J.B. Fagan of the Fortune Theatre as O'Casey's minder and general business manager, and acted as best man when he married Eileen Carey in 1927. Included in our collection, is an autograph draft of a letter by O'Casey that clearly belongs to this early London period, written as it is from Trafalgar Square, Chelsea, where he lodged between April and July 1926. In it he sends 5 in support of the women and children of the striking miners, and promises if he can manage (which in the event he did) to secure for them a benefit performance of Juno: "My sympathies are, of course, with the miners, and with all workers in their efforts to make life a little worth living. I myself in my infamy have been a daily Communicant in the Devil's church of hunger, misery and pain, & bear upon my body the marks of his unholy benediction. The cry of the half-starved children of the workers is the Chorus in the play of our social life, and the sooner it is silenced the better... May one venture to appeal even to those who hate the workers, to show the gentle humanity that must be in most of them, & stretch out a hand to help the poor little devils of children and the poor devils of mothers that bore them, even though the husbands and the fathers hold the ridiculous opinion that there is one God and Father of us all". The rest of the letters in this archive are to the son who, it appears, changed his surname to Cornelius after falling out with his brother; while his father disappears from the scene after running off with Hugh MacDiarmid's wife Peggy (Cornelius meanwhile following his father into the coal trade). Both O'Casey and the son share the same socialist leanings as MacDiarmid, and O'Casey clearly holds figures such as Chamberlain ("...He had better go back to his Birmingham spoons. Comrade Hitler has given him a left-hander fair in the snot. Gentleman Neville is a bit surprised. Easily since Hitler didn't come from Oxford. It isn't cricket...") and "halibut Halifax" ("our Hambassador to the hew Ess Ay") in contempt. However, O'Casey does not let his sympathies cloud his judgement, and has short shrift with doctrinaire communism: "The dissolution of the 3 International has no significance just now. A hell of a lot of things have dissolved since this war began, & one thing more doesn't count a lot. This war is a big enough thing with which to grapple, without having to bother about an International. Should Shitler win, it would mean the dissolution of everything, including the International". Nor is he afraid to change his mind, not least in his opinion of Churchill: "I was terribly mistaken in this man. I thought he wasn't what he is. He is undoubtedly a great man". The letters also contain ripe commentary on matters other than the war, a particularly pungent letter being devoted to G.K. Chesterton: "What a charlatanic shit he was to be sure. What a gay goboy he was! The Bell Branch of the Roman Catholic Church; the Bell Boy in the porch of heaven. God hid nothing from Chesterton... He was ably encouraged by Belloc. The greatest genius that ever lived, who carried about with him a penny catechism in one pocket and a fourpenny thriller in another"; and another castigating Munnings after his notorious RA speech on Picasso: "Munnings? I didn't read about him. He is, is he not, as Joyce would ask, the painter of white & black and brown harses? Anyway, he thought aloud, and said his say. That was something to his credit, though he said it in a rage. It was the rage, though, of mediocrity against genius. Whether we like or dislike the forms Picasso's genius takes, the fellow is a stratospheric height above Munnings as an imaginative, daring, and prophetic artist". At their best, these letters provide an inimitable self-portrait of an ordinary householder's experience of the home front, such as in O'Casey's description of an air raid on Totnes, written in October 1942, while news of the breakout at El Alamein was coming in ("Heaven grant that this may go on for a break through"): "Last Wednesday, the sun shone cheerily here. I was helping Eileen to wash up a collection of crockery, when with a whizz and whizz, that made the house shake, an airoplane [sic] swept about over the house. Aha, says I, looking out of the scullery window, & catching a squint of the boyo going over the garage roof, aha, ses I, your engines outa order; & went back to the washing again, when a whizz & a whiz & whiz-bang went over us again, & this time where we were rocked like a cradle in the deep. We rushed into the front part of the house for safety, but that was rocking worse than the back, so back with us again, holding hands, to the back, but that was rocking more than the front; so off with us again - asking each other where'd we better go? quick like - to the front, but this part seemed to be splitting over our heads, before our faces, and behind our backs. 'The window'! ses I 'The window's dangerous' ses she. 'Then where'll we go?' ses I. 'Dunno' ses she, while by this time, the world as well as the house seemed to be splitting asunder. 'Aw, be God' says I, 'I'll die in the open air', & tugged & tugged at the window, forgettin to shove back the blasted catch, & near breakin' me arms trying to open what couldn't be opened. But I tore open a side window, & out we tore over the garden & on to the road to come to rest beside a military wagon with some soldiers behind it, to discover that what I thought was an engine outa order was an air-raid on Totnes. Part of the station is down, some houses down, & almost all Totnes distitute of ceiling & window. Focke Wulfes they were, & wait till I tell you: half an hour later, we found out that the wagon we stood beside was packed with explosives. Eileen pelted off to do some bandaging, while I pulled me trousers up, & adopted the merry nonchalant look of the bugger that has come safe, after being terrified to shaking hands with death. I met quite a lot of people looking at the damage, all of them wearing the air of the bull-dog breed. And it's the only way to take it, for it is but the hors d'oeuvres to the big meal to come when the Germans are able to release their machines from the Volga". The originals of Cornelius's letters to O'Casey, 1943-1951, are held among the O'Casey Papers in the National Library of Ireland, MS 37,948 (where he is cited as Con McElroy).

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        The Farmer's Year A Calendar of English Husbandry (1933)

      Collins. Hardcover. Very scarce especially with Dust Jacket. Large oblong shaped book. The green boards have discolouring to the edges/spine and some glue remnants to rear where the DJ has been stuck at one time. Content is clean and bright with engravings by the Author. The DJ is complete with edge wear/small tears and some soiling marks. Ugly tear to rear where there are remnants of the jacket still glued to boards . Good. 1933.

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        Knock-Out. A Bulldog Drummond Novel

      London, Hodder and Stoughton. 1933, 1933. Two-fisted adventure. First Edition. 8vo. Near fine in publisher's light blue cloth titled in black to spine and front board, light bumping to spine ends. In a fine dustwrapper, very minor edgewear and marginal wear, outstandingly clean, bright and crisp. internally clean, light spotting to prelims. A splendid copy. Sapper's Drummond was one of the fore-runners to James Bond; [author Ian Fleming] "was certainly influenced by no-nonsense British fictional characters such as Bulldog Drummond" [Gilbert, p.616].

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        The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book A Book of Old Favourites With New Illustrations.

      - London: George G. Harrap & Co., 1933. Roy. 8vo, 286pp. With 8 color plates and numerous drawings in black and white. Original vellum over boards, ruled and lettered in gilt on front cover and spine. Top edge gilt, others uncut. backstrip with small brown stain (flaw in vellum?), a very good copy lacking the original numbered slipcase. Limited to 460 numbered copies, signed by Rackham. Rackham notes in his preface, that he illustrated several of these well known tales “in the thirty years and more that my work has led me through enchanted lands”. The Fairy Tales include: Hop-O'-My-Thumb, Dick Wittington, Jack and the Beanstalk, Beauty and the Beast, Sindbad the Sailor, Jack the Giant-Killer, The Ugly Duckling, The Princess and the Pea, Blue Beard, Aladdin, or The Wonderful Lamp, Sleeping Beauty, The Three Bears, Ali Baba, Cinderella, Puss in Boots, The Emperor's New Clothes, Little Red Riding-Hood, & Hansel and Grethel. Latimore and Haskell, p. 69. Hudson p. 134. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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