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      New York; [1933]: Covici-Friede 2nd issue, Steinbeck's own copy, inscribed and signed to friends on the front free endpaper, also stamped with Steinbeck's usual ownership stamp to front pastedown: "FROM THE LIBRARY OF JOHN AND CAROL STEINBECK." 325pp., bound in beige cloth, single wrap around rule in green, spine lettering green. A clean bright copy housed in a custom made morocco backed clamshell. No dust jacket.. First Edition. Octavo.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.]
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        To A God Unknown

      New York: Robert Ballou, 1933. First Edition. Just a touch of fading at the edges; a fine copy in a dust jacket with two tiny tears at the bottom of the back panel; slight spine darkening; a lovely example. In a custom clamshell box.

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc.]
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        The Young and Evil

      Paris: Obelisk Press. (1933). First. First edition, limited issue. Self-wrappers. Brown butcher paper wrappers printed in red. A near very good copy with modest loss at the spine ends (affecting one letter in the title), and a few pages roughly opened caused chips in the margins, nevertheless a handsome and pleasing copy, lacking the extremely uncommon wraparound band. This copy is from the library of the Obelisk Press publisher Jack Kahane and is copy 6 of 50 numbered copies printed on Pure Rag Lafuma. While supposed to be signed by both authors, this copy is Signed by Ford only (as is the only other known copy of the limited issue of which we are aware). A notorious and exceptionally scarce novel of homosexual life in Greenwich Village. Parker met Ford while writing for Ford's amateurishly produced Blues magazine, which was published in Ford's parents' home in Mississippi during 1929-30. Tyler encouraged him to move to New York and there they spent a year exploring the gay subcultures of Greenwich Village and Harlem before writing the book. Considered by some to be the first modern gay novel, Gertrude Stein called this book "The novel that beat the Beat Generation by a generation." The front flap of the self-wrapper has blurbs by Stein and Djuna Barnes; according to G. Thomas Tanselle in his 1971 paper "Book-Jackets, Blurbs, and Bibliographers" (citing another source) this was the only wrapper blurb contributed by Stein during her lifetime, and possibly the only one from Barnes as well. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Mickey Mouse in King Arthur's Court,

      Blue Ribbon Books (1933), NY - Glazed pictorial boards printed in color. Pictorial endpapers in color. Four fabulous and detailed double-page pop-up scenes, plus full and partial page black & white illustrations throughout. The boards are ever so lightly soiled else this is a fine copy with fine pop-ups. The scarce dustwrapper is present; it lighyl browned with age else near fine. A nice copy of an early Disney work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA]
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        Mickey Mouse in King Arthur's Court (In Dust Jacket)

      Blue Ribbon Books, New York - (1933). Illustrated boards, slight wear to spine ends, gift inscr., occasional light finger soil; matching dust jacket with cover soil and edgewear. A beautiful copy of a very scarce Disney item which includes four fine and colorful double page pop-ups depicting Mickey's version of Camelot. Also many duotone illustrations throughout. Size: 8vo

      [Bookseller: E. M. Maurice Books, ABAA]
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        The 'Pop-up' Silly Symphonies,

      Blue Ribbon (1933), NY - Pictorial paper boards. Four large, colorful pop-ups. Full color endpapers. Text illustrations in black and cream. Original colorfully printed boards. The four large pop-ups are in fine condition. There is some age-browning to the boards, and both corners are bumped, but this is a very good copy. With the scarce pictorial dustwrapper, also lightly age-browned else in very good condition. Overall, a nice copy of this early Disney work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ronald Standish

      London: Hodder and Stoughton. 1933, 1933. First edition. 8vo. Publisher's light blue cloth, lightly sunned to spine, minor wear to extremities, very good indeed, in a very good pictorial dustwrapper, bright, clean and fresh,some light scuffing and edgewear, closed tear to lower edge of the front panel. A handsome copy.

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        Silly Symphonies Babes in The Woods, King Neptune

      New York: Blue Ribbon Books (1933). Illustrated boards, gift inscription else fine. A very tight, clean copy of a wonderful Disney item that features four large, double-page pop-ups. Color illustrated endpapers as well as b&w artwork throughout.. Near Fine/No Jacket. Illus. by Walt Disney Studio. Large 8vo.

      [Bookseller: E M Maurice Books, LLC, ABAA]
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        Comedy American Style

      New York: Frederick A. Stokes. 1933. First. First edition. Tiny spot on the spine, a just about fine copy lacking the rare dustwrapper. Fauset, one of the first female African-American graduates of Cornell, was a very influential critic and the most prolific novelist of the Harlem Renaissance. While her formal, proper writing derived from her old-style Philadelphia upbringing, she was a champion of the radical black novelists. As editor of The Crisis she published and encouraged George Schuyler, Jean Toomer, Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, and Claude McKay. The last of the author's four novels, her first, There Is Confusion, followed Toomer's Cane as the second book of the Harlem Renaissance. .

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        Kunst und Religion der Mayavölker

      Verlag von Julius Springer 1933 - 3 volumes: 234+[2 ad] pages with 53 plates; 44 pages with figures and 24 plates; 52 pages with 73 plates (one foldout) and bibliography. Royal octavo (10" x6 3/4") bound in stiff boards with pictorial covers and dark brown lettering to spines and covers. First editions. Erwin Paul Dieseldorff was something of a renaissance man for the Alta Verapaz. Born in Hamburg, he emigrated to Guatemala at the age of twenty to join his uncle and cousin, who had established themselves as merchants and coffee planters some years before. Shortly after his arrival he volunteered to accompany a German cartographer who was mapping out the Verapaz, and while traipsing around its mountains and valleys he acquired an intimate knowledge of the lay of the land. The two Germans also explored caves and excavated Mayan burial sites, which sparked in Dieseldorff a lifelong interest in archaeology and ethnology. In addition to his business ventures (which came to include the largest department store in Coban), Dieseldorff was equally devoted to his intellectual pursuits. His excavations on his own and neighboring fincas yielded a number of polychrome vessels whose hieroglyphics he studied for many years, comparing them to features found in Mayan codices. As his interest in Mayan studies grew, he collected everything he could find that had been published on the subject of Mayan art, culture, and religion, and he journeyed to the major Mayan archaeological sites in Guatemala and Honduras to inspect them first hand. He published numerous papers on archaeology in scholarly journals, culminating in his three-volume Kunst und Religion de Mayavölker(Berlin 1926). In the later 20's and 30's he began analyzing the Mayan and Aztecan calendar systems, working out his own calculations and unorthodox theories, which he published in archaeological journals in Germany, Guatemala, and the United States. He came to be a respected researcher in Mayanist circles and his own extensive collection of Mayan artifacts now resides in the Museo Archaeologico Nacional in Guatemala City. Condition:Corners bumped, spine ends rubbed, lightly soiled else very good copies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Totentanz - 6 Originalfiguren aus gebranntem Ton.

      1933, 34 1933 - Höhe 30 cm, Eine Figur mit nur einer Hand, sonst tadell. In jeder Figur signiert und datiert. Die Figuren stammen aus Familienbesitz. Es handelt sich um einen Teil jener Figuren, die ca. 1935 photographiert und dann als Mappe herausgegeben wurde.Eine anthroposophisch angehauchte Art, mit dem Totentanzmotiv umzugehen. Fast scheint es sich um einen eurythmische Tanz zu handeln. Der Totentanz ist ein Gemeinschaftswerk von Hans Zimmermann (1897 - 1972) und seiner Frau (verstarb 2001) aus der Zeit um 1930. 1200 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        [Original Art]: Western Landscape

      (1933). Oil painting on board. Measures 12" x 10". Signed in pencil on the back: "Hannes Bok, 1933 (about Feb.)." Small chip at the lower right corner, else near fine. A striking painting of a western landscape with a covered wagon passing through a desert plain. Bok was an important artist best known for his science fiction subjects. In 1953 he shared the Hugo Award for best cover artist. A rare example of one of Bok's early non-science fiction works, featuring his luminous tempera style. His original oil paintings are scarce on the market, particularly works in color. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Lost Horizon

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited 1933. 281 pp, dustwrapper is bound in rear of book. A Sotherans binding in grey half leather with grey boards t.e.g. gilt lettered spine with green title labels. Bottom front leather corner is initialled R.K. with previous owners book plate on f.e.p. some rubbing to hinges and mark to spine label . . Very Good. Half Calf. First Edition. 1933. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

      [Bookseller: Stephen Foster Books]
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        17 offprints by Nobel Prize winner Barbara McClintock

      Julius Springer in Berlin, 1933 and many others. PAMPHLET. 17 Original offprints in wrappers. First edition. Genetics. Science. Botany. Most in very good condition. A Method for Making Aceto-Carmin Smears Permanent (1929), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on title page; A 2N-1 Chromosomal Chimera in Maize (1929), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on title page; The Association of Non-Homologous Parts of Chromosomes in the Mid-Prophase of Meiosis in Zea Mays (1933), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover; The Production of Maize Plants Mosaic for Homozygous Deficiencies: Simulation of the bm1 Phenotype through Loss of the Bm1 Locus (1937), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on title page; The Production of Homozygous Deficient Tissues with Mutant Characteristics by Means of the Aberrant Mitotic Behavior of Ring-Shaped Chromosomes (1938), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover; The Fusion of Broken Ends of Sister Half-Chromatids Following Chromatid Breakage at Meiotic Anaphases (1938), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover; A Method for Detecting Potential Mutations of a Specific Chromosomal Region (1938), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on title page; Maize Genetics (1942), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on title page; Maize Genetics (1943), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover; Maize Genetics (1944), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on title page; Maize Genetics (1946), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover; Mutable Loci in Maize (1949), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover; The Origin and Behavior of Mutable Loci in Maize (1950), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover; Mutable Loci in Maize (1950), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on title page; Mutable Loci in Maize (1951), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover; Mutable Loci in Maize (1952), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover; Genetic and Cytological Studies of Maize (1959), ownership stamp of J.T. Baldwin, Jr. on front cover. "Barbara McClintock, was an American scientist and one of the world's most distinguished cytogeneticists, the 1983 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine." Wikipedia Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

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        Mann mit Taube.

      - Original Radierung. 38 x 28 cm. Blattgröße. Helmut Leherbauer (* 14. Februar 1933 in Wien † 28. Juni 1997 ebenda), Künstlername "Maitre Leherb", war ein österreichischer Künstler und Mitbegründer der Wiener Schule des Phantastischen Realismus die dem Surrealismus nahe steht. Leherbauer studierte an der Akademie für angewandte Kunst in Wien und an der Stockholmer Akademie der Künste. 1955 wechselte Helmut Leherbauer wieder nach Wien an die Akademie der bildenden Künste . Er traf dort Albert Paris Gütersloh und wurde von ihm unterrichtet. A.P. Gütersloh gilt als Begründer der Wiener Schule des Phantastischen Realismus . Leherbauer fand somit Zugang zu diesem Kreis von Künstlern und veranstaltete zusammen mit anderen Vertretern dieser Kunstrichtung diverse Ausstellungen, beispielsweise mit Anton Lehmden , Rudolf Hausner und Wolfgang Hutter . In den Wiener Parkanlagen sind noch heute folgende Kunstwerke des "Maitre Leherb" zu finden: Wiener Prater : das Keramik-Reliefbild "Tschinellen-Fiffy" (in Riesenrad-Nähe) und das "Sonntagsgwand" (dem Praterstern zugewandt), beide aus 1959 Im Schulgarten-Kagran: das Mosaik "Blumengöttin Flora und Gärtnergott Vertumnus aus 1960 Im Volkspark-Laaerberg: die Keramikstele "Tag & Nacht" aus 1962 Am Kaffeehausberg im Donaupark: das Keramik-Reliefbild "Kaffeehausszene", sowie das Bodenmosaik "Die Vögel des Leherb" (ein gemeinsames Werk mit Prof. Hermann Bauch beide aus 1963 Dies aus Anlass der "Wiener Internationalen Gartenschau" - WIG 1964, wie der Donaupark eigentlich längere Zeit hieß. Das zentrale Motiv, das sich in vielen seiner Gemälde wiederfinden lässt, ist seine eigene Person oder die seiner Frau, der Malerin Lotte Profohs. Er war zeitlebens durch seine persönlichen Repräsentationsformen ein Wiener Societyliebling. Leherbauer nahm auch eine Schallplatte mit dem Titel "Autodafé eines Surrealisten" auf. Obwohl Leherbauer einer der Initiatoren und Gründer der "Wiener Schule des Phantastischen Realismus" war, wandte er sich später vom Stil anderer Mitbegründer wie Arik Brauer und Ernst Fuchs ab und immer mehr dem Surrealismus zu. In der letzten Phase seines Wirkens schuf er ein 360 Quadratmeter großes Fayence -Mosaik für den Neubau der Wiener Wirtschaftsuniversität , die 1982 eröffnet wurde. Er zog sich bei dieser Arbeit mit keramischem Staub schwere gesundheitliche Schäden zu. Maitre Leherb starb 1997 an einem Schlaganfall. Wikipedia freie Enzyklopädie. Die tadellos erhaltene Original Radierung links unten Nummeriert 230/300 und rechts unten Signiert. 0,000 gr.

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        Travail of Gold

      Hodder and Stoughton, London 1933 - First edition. Spine sunned a bit, else near fine in a slightly age-toned, very good dustwrapper with some soiling to the spine and slight shallow loss at the crown. Man starts out with high expectations, writes a play when captivated by a beautiful young actress. A scarce title, especially in jacket. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        E L Kirchner. Ausstellungskatalog [Ausstellung vom 5. März bis 17. April 1933],

      Bern, Buchdruckerei K. J. Wyss Erben, 1933,. 22,4 x 15,4 cm, 51 (9) Seiten [hier: zusätzlich die Seiten 49 bis 52 doppelt eingebunden], 22 Tafeln, 6 [+1] Original-Holzschnitte (einschließlich der Holzschnittsignatur auf dem Vorderdeckel), schlichte Original-Broschur (etwas fleckig, handschriftlich "Kirchner" dezent auf dem Rücken), gutes Exemplar. Gedruckte Widmung: "Elfriede Bock zum Gedächtnis".. ars libri 83, 915; 89, 1659. - Bolliger 1, 259 (und weitere). - Bolliger Kirchner-Bibliographie (1979) V.4., 121. - Dube 741 - 743, 744/II, 751/II und 843/II. - ex libris 7, 406. - Holstein 59, 40. - Kirchner-Bibliographie 25. - Kornfeld 244. - Rifkind Collection 1485. - Spalek 2856. - Kornfeld Auktion 189, 138 (mit Abbildung Seite 99). Im Katalog auch die Liste der ausgestellten Graphik bei Gutekunst und Klipstein in Bern (48 Holzschnitte, Radierungen, Lithographien). - Zitat aus einem Brief von E. L. Kirchner vom 4.3.33: "Ich glaube wohl, daß eine solche [Ausstellung] in solcher Schönheit und Harmonie noch nicht von meinem Werk gezeigt wurde [...] so ist alles, Plakat, Katalog, Ausstellung aus einem Guß. Wir haben 6 Tage bis 1,2 Uhr gearbeitet, alles persönlich angegeben und abgemacht. Es war wirklich sehr anstrengend, aber es hat sich gelohnt [...]"<. Der Katalog enthält die folgenden 6 Holzschnitte [hier 7; der Holzschnitt "Hirten und Ziegen" wurde doppelt eingebunden] >Namenszeile auf dem Umschlag<, >Zwei Tänzerinnen<, >Zwei Köpfe vor Landschaft<, >Vorderseite<, >Hirten und Ziegen<, Dube 741-743, 744/II, 751/II und 843/II. Die Holzschnitte Dube 751 und 843 wurden wieder abgedruckt aus Bibl. 98 bzw. 83. (Zitiert nach Bolliger, 1979).

      [Bookseller: Stader Kunst-Buch-Kabinett]
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        XII ???? (The Knight in the Panther Skin: Georgian Poem of the XII century)

      D. Kheladze, Paris 1933 - First edition. Large quarto. Publisher's wrappers. LIV, [2], 236pp. Text in Russian. Illustrated. Very good plus copy with light soiling, slight nicks and tears. One of 800 copies. The first complete translation of this poem in Russian written by the famous 12th Century Georgian poet, Shota Rustaveli. Graceful and flexible verse remarkably reproduced in this publication in a magnificent translation by Constantine Balmont (1867-1942, in exile since 1920). The publication has two additional titles in French and English, as well as articles on Rustaveli and summaries of the poem in these languages. Publisher's note: "Illustrations attached to this Russian edition by the famous artist, academician Zichy. Curbs, caps and ending showing samples of decorations of old Georgian architecture are taken from the most luxurious Georgian edition of the poem of 1888." [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Collected Poems of Hart Crane

      New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation. (1933). First. First edition, limited issue. Edited with an Introduction by Waldo Frank. Slight sunning and soiling, still near fine, without dustwrapper. One of 50 press numbered copies for the friends of Hart Crane, this is copy number 58, putting the actual limitation in some doubt. Nevertheless, uncommon. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        XXI Welsh Gypsy Folk-Tales. Collected by... With Engravings on Wood by Agnes Miller Parker

      Newtown: The Gregynog Press, 1933.. Limited edition, no. 20 of 235 copies from a total edition of 250 copies, large 8vo, xi, (iii), 108, (2) pp. 8 wood engraved illustrations and a small press device, bookplate, very light marginal browning throughout. Original gilt titled Welsh sheepskin, some marks and darkening, light scuffing to the edges of the upper cover. The second title Parker illustrated for Gregynog, and bound especially in "a gypsy colour". Harrop 27, pp121-2.

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        A Green Bough. Signed/LTD.

      NY: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, (1933). 1st ed. - 8vo. Bound inthe original tan cloth with mounted green half-tone illustrations by Lynd Ward. The signed/ltd edition of 350 copies, numbered and signed by Faulkner; this is copy number 300. This is a near fine book with some light darkening of the spine and the edges of the boards as usual. Cover illustrations very fresh. A lovely book. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      London: Selwyn & Blount Ltd., n.d.. [1933]. Octavo, pp. [1-10] 11-254 [255-256: blank] [note: first two leaves are blanks used as front paste-down and endpaper; last leaf is a blank used as rear paste-down],. original light gray cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black.. Small owner&#39;s signature in ink dated 30 September 1933 on front paste-. down and his small bookplate affixed to same. Light, minor foxing to. fore and bottom edges of text block, top edge dusty, a nearly fine. copy in just about fine pictorial dust jacket (priced "2/-" on spine. panel and listing only the books in the series through this title on. rear panel) with mild age-darkening and soiling to spine panel and. some mild soiling to rear panel. Scarce in jacket, very scarce in. this condition. A nice copy of this cheaply made book. (#107045). First edition. Collects fifteen stories by Henry S. Whitehead, Mary Elizabeth Counselman, Jessie D. Kerruish, Hugh B. Cave, Clark Ashton Smith and others, some first published in WEIRD TALES. Includes the first book appearance of "Worms of the Earth" by Robert E. Howard, first published in WEIRD TALES in November 1932. This was Howard&#39;s second story to be published in a book (the first appeared in 1932 in GRIM DEATH, an earlier volume in this series) and preceded publication of his first book by four years. The ninth volume in the important "Not at Night" anthology series. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-195. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1593. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 4-301. Bleiler (1978), p. 193. Reginald 14081.

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        Keep on the Light

      London: Selwyn & Blunt, n.d. [1933]. First Edition of this anthology, ninth in the Not at Night series. Some of the stories first appeared in Weird Tales. Very good in a dust jacket with minor wear and tear. A cheaply produced series of books, and scarce in dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc.]
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        Chemical Formulary

      Chemical Publishing Co., Inc. 1933 - First Publisher. First 14 volumes are VG with clean inside. Interior is tight, sound and without marks or notations. Odor-free. Last 16 volumes are X-Lib with VG DJ. There are withdrawn stamps, but no pockets. Interiors are tight, sound and without marks or notations and Odor-free. Email for list of Bibliographies sited, photos of the book or further condition details. References. 2 extra volumes of indexes: 1-10 and 1-15. For inventors, manufactures, and home hobbyists, these books are phenomenal. Here are home and industrial recipes for just about any type of chemical compound imaginable. And not just in one volume but 30 volumes! Includes those with patents and those without. Throws in trade name compounds. Literally TONS of formulas for Alcoholic beverages, adhesive , alloys, cleaners, soaps, coloring and dyeing, cosmetics, fuels, explosives, pyrotechnics, matches, and so much more! (See sample table of contents in photo). This is a series of books was issued over 60 years by Chemical Publishing, co. Inc. They added categories as they went and expanded on previous ones. Every formula is described with ingredients by weight. Sources of chemicals are given. Use them as is, or modify any of them for your personal or financial gain. What a set! 1933-1992 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm

      London: John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd.,, 1933. With 76 illustrations by W. Heath Robinson. Quarto. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in royal blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. With coloured frontispiece and numerous black and white illustrations throughout. The occasional minor blemish, an excellent copy in a fine binding. First edition, first impression. The original Professor Branestawn title.

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        Knight without Armour

      Ernest Benn, London 1933 - First edition. A tiny, faint spot on the front board else fine in a nice, very good or better dustwrapper, but for an old internal tape repair that has bled through near the crown. Inscribed by the author. A very uncommon title in the first edition. Basis for the 1937 film directed by Jacques Feyder, adapted by Frances Marion, and featuring Marlene Dietrich and Robert Donat. Dietrich herself claimed to have directed a few scenes of this rousing film of the Russian Revolution, to the delight of the film's producer, Alexander Korda, who on seeing the footage told his star, "You can direct here any time you want." See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      John Lane The bodley Head. London.,1933. FIRST EDITION. Large 8vo (8.6 x 6.9 inches). Fully illustrated with a full colour frontis and 75 line drawings by Heath Robinson. Some small patches of light foxing to a few pagers, mostly to the margins, otherwise a very good copy in a lovely recent leather binding of Full red morocco, the spine with raised bands, the compartments ruled, decorated and lettered in gilt. Single ruled gilt border on boards.Top edge gilt. Illustrated endpapers bound in at front. Overall a very good example of this wonderful book. A great meeting of author and illustrator.:

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        It's Up to the Women

      Stokes 1933 - First edition, first printing. New York: Frederick Stokes, 1933. 263 p. Very Good+ hardcover in Good dust jacket. Clean pages and sturdy binding, tissue guard intact. Foxing to edges and endpapers. Former owner's name and address penned on fep. Jacket chipped at extremities, front panel creased along top and bottom edges, light staining, fading to blue on spine panel, small piece of tape on verso, foxing, price intact ($1.25). rare in jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gottfried Feder. Der Mann und sein Werk.,

      - 8°, 128; O-Halbledereinband mit zahlreichen Fotos. Leipzig, Verlag Theodor Weicher 1933. Zustand: Einband bestoßen u. beschabbt, Buchrücken hinten oben kleiner Kantriß, Buchblock etwas wellig, Oberkante wasserrändig, insgesamt noch wohlerhaltenes u. seltenes Exemplar. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550

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        Everton V Manchester City 1933 (f.a. Cup Final) Football Programme

      1933 - Official programme for the 1933 FA Cup Final between Everton and Manchester City. Everton won 3-0 in front of 93,000 spectators with goals from Dixie Dean, Jimmy Stein and Jimmy Dunn. Covers sl foxed, rusty staples. Internally very good with no team changes or other markings. A very good copy.   

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        The Hardy Boys. Footprints Under the Window

      Grosset and Dunlap, New York 1933 - Beige/brown cloth in unclipped dust jacket. First printing jacket(which was issued on all three variants of the 1933 printing) on a second printing book. Jacket with a white spine and first style jacket art. Book with orange Gretta endpapers and titles as given in Carpentieri's record 1933B-2 (page 205 in Carpentieri and Mular). The twelfth book in the classic Hardy Boys series. GOOD jacket on a VERY GOOD book. Minor to moderate darkening to the rear jacket panel and spine. Minor soiling with minor to moderate scuffing. Extremities of the jacket scuffed, with the corners worn and some fraying, chipping and minor tearing to the head and foot. Three small tears along the extremity, with minor associated creasing. Minor fading, scuffing and soiling to the book. Minor edgewear, with light bumping to the corners. Light soiling to the page edges, with a small stain to the lower page edges and one at the upper page edges near the spine. Neither affects the interior. Interior solid with minor general browning to the paper and very minor scattered soiling. A few pages with dog ear creases. (Carpentieri p. 205. Axe p. 98) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mare Booksellers]
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      Houghton Mifflin Co., 1933., 1933. First edition. 12mo. Presentation inscription from Western American author E. A. Brininstool to a life-time friend, L. H. Spragle of Cresco, Pennsylvania. "To my good old pal of frontier days, when we dodged the &#39;Kid&#39; down on the Rio Bonita, after shooting it out with his gang. E. A. Brininstool (&#39;Buckskin Pete&#39;), Los Angeles, Apl 15/33, to L. H. Spragle, Cresco, PA." A facsimile letter appears on page xl from John W. Poe to E. A. Brininstool, dated March 5, 1923, in which Poe advises Brininstool as to the actual time and date that the "Kid" was killed. Cloth, xl (4), 60 pp., frontis. (portrait of Billy the Kid), introduction, illustrated, epilogue. A deputy sheriff under Pat Garrett, Poe urged Garrett to investigate a report that Billy the Kid was at Ft. Sumner. He was present when Garrett killed the Kid. Lincoln County War expert Maurice Fulton provides an excellent introduction. Cloth lightly mottled on front and rear covers else a near fine, bright copy in the very scarce dust jacket that has light wear at the spine ends, spine panel a bit darkened, and a tiny hole (pin head size) at top edge of front panel. Housed in a cloth, clamshell case with the design of the dust jacket&#39;s front and rear panel duplicated on the case. Sharp copy. &#4;SIX GUNS 1741. KID 192.

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS]
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        Pueblo Indian Pottery

      C. Szwedzicki, Nice 1933 - Volume One only; Limited Edition (342/750); signed by publisher. Fifty Reproductions in Color from Specimens in the Famous Collection of the Indian Arts Fund. Includes all 50 unbound color photo-lithographic plates; all but one tissue guard missing; stitched text included. Good+ condition. Portfolio is rubbed w/small stain spots on front panel; spine ends worn; corners bumped and rubbed; wear to rear panel; two bumps to top edge rear panel; very small black spots on portion of inside panels; inside flaps creased w/several tears; outside flaps of porfolio slty creased, worn, and sunfaded. Text is faintly darkened around edges; dog-earred bottom right hand corner to front wrap and title page. Tissue guard is yellowed, chipped, creased, and torn. Plates: top and bottom right hand corners lightly bumped; faint darkening to edges; plate 13 has small yellow streak to top edge and bumped bottom left hand corner. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: PAGE ONE TOO]
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        The Case of the Velvet Claws

      New York: William Morrow and Company, 1933-01-01 New York: William Morrow, 1935. 304 p. First edition, first printing. Black cloth with red lettering. Very Good condition. No dust jacket. Clean text. Small gold bookplate on front end paper, exposed tips at bottom. Old Toledo, Ohio bookseller stamp on back paste down; back hinge repaired. Small dampstain spot to back bottom corner. Nice condition overall. Rare first of the sixth Perry Mason novel.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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