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        "Liegender weiblicher Akt" originales Aquarell ca. 47x62cm; handschriftlich betitelt; rechts unten signiert und datiert "1974"

      . [Das herrliche Blatt papierbedingt leicht knitterfaltig und gewellt; mit etwas unfrischen Rändern] Seine künstlerische Ausbildung erhält Alfred Kohler von 1933 bis 1935 bei Wertner und Gradl an der Kunstschule in Nürnberg. Danach studiert er bis 1937 bei Karl Caspar in München. Ab 1938 ist Kohler in der Münchner Galerie Franke neben anderen Größen seiner Zeit wie Beckmann, Corinth, Heckel (mit dem Kohler befreundet war), Klee, Kokoschka und Nolde ständig in festen Ausstellungen vertreten. Der international bekannte Galerist Günter Franke zog Kohlers Arbeiten sogar denen von Emil Nolde vor. Seine Bilder sind in den Sammlungen der Neuen Pinakothek und der Städtischen Galerie in München, dem Louvre und dem Museum of Modern Art vertreten. Alfred Kohler malte bevorzugt Aquarelle, seine Themen waren Blumen, Landschaften, Stilleben, Porträts und gelegentlich auch Akte. Sein Markenzeichen sind seine großformatigen Blumenaquarelle, die in Ausdruck und Leuchtkraft denen Emil Noldes in keiner Weise nachstehen. Alfred Kohler ist ein Meister der Farben oder frei nach Tolkien: Herr der Farben. Erfreulich, daß die Aquarelle dieses Meisters der klassischen Moderne heute noch zu einem so erschwinglichen Preis zu haben sind. Große Kunst zum kleinen Preis mit großem Potential, was die Preisentwicklung betrifft, schließlich werden vergleichbare Arbeiten von Nolde zum Dreißigfachen Preis gehandelt..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Niederbayern]
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        "Rote Chrysanthemen" originales Ölgemälde auf Leinwand ca. 58x46cm; handschriftlich betitelt; rechts unten signiert und datiert "1974"

      . [Die seltene Arbeit Kohlers in Öl nicht auf einem Keilrahmen aufgespannt.] Seine künstlerische Ausbildung erhält Alfred Kohler von 1933 bis 1935 bei Wertner und Gradl an der Kunstschule in Nürnberg. Danach studiert er bis 1937 bei Karl Caspar in München. Ab 1938 ist Kohler in der Münchner Galerie Franke neben anderen Größen seiner Zeit wie Beckmann, Corinth, Heckel (mit dem Kohler befreundet war), Klee, Kokoschka und Nolde ständig in festen Ausstellungen vertreten. Der international bekannte Galerist Günter Franke zog Kohlers Arbeiten sogar denen von Emil Nolde vor. Seine Bilder sind in den Sammlungen der Neuen Pinakothek und der Städtischen Galerie in München, dem Louvre und dem Museum of Modern Art vertreten. Alfred Kohler malte bevorzugt Aquarelle, seine Themen waren Blumen, Landschaften, Stilleben, Porträts und gelegentlich auch Akte. Sein Markenzeichen sind seine großformatigen Blumenaquarelle, die in Ausdruck und Leuchtkraft denen Emil Noldes in keiner Weise nachstehen. Alfred Kohler ist ein Meister der Farben oder frei nach Tolkien: Herr der Farben. Erfreulich, daß die Aquarelle dieses Meisters der klassischen Moderne heute noch zu einem so erschwinglichen Preis zu haben sind. Große Kunst zum kleinen Preis mit großem Potential, was die Preisentwicklung betrifft, schließlich werden vergleichbare Arbeiten von Nolde zum Dreißigfachen Preis gehandelt..

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        "Baum am See" originales Aquarell ca. 50x64cm; handschriftlich betitelt; rechts unten signiert und datiert "1983"

      . [Das herrliche Blatt papierbedingt leicht knitterfaltig und gewellt; mit etwas unfrischen Rändern] Seine künstlerische Ausbildung erhält Alfred Kohler von 1933 bis 1935 bei Wertner und Gradl an der Kunstschule in Nürnberg. Danach studiert er bis 1937 bei Karl Caspar in München. Ab 1938 ist Kohler in der Münchner Galerie Franke neben anderen Größen seiner Zeit wie Beckmann, Corinth, Heckel (mit dem Kohler befreundet war), Klee, Kokoschka und Nolde ständig in festen Ausstellungen vertreten. Der international bekannte Galerist Günter Franke zog Kohlers Arbeiten sogar denen von Emil Nolde vor. Seine Bilder sind in den Sammlungen der Neuen Pinakothek und der Städtischen Galerie in München, dem Louvre und dem Museum of Modern Art vertreten. Alfred Kohler malte bevorzugt Aquarelle, seine Themen waren Blumen, Landschaften, Stilleben, Porträts und gelegentlich auch Akte. Sein Markenzeichen sind seine großformatigen Blumenaquarelle, die in Ausdruck und Leuchtkraft denen Emil Noldes in keiner Weise nachstehen. Alfred Kohler ist ein Meister der Farben oder frei nach Tolkien: Herr der Farben. Erfreulich, daß die Aquarelle dieses Meisters der klassischen Moderne heute noch zu einem so erschwinglichen Preis zu haben sind. Große Kunst zum kleinen Preis mit großem Potential, was die Preisentwicklung betrifft, schließlich werden vergleichbare Arbeiten von Nolde zum Dreißigfachen Preis gehandelt..

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        A telling look at Truman Capote's stint in military school. Capote signs the inside of his textbook and mocks St. John's Military School calling it "Bug House." Many say that was a time where he built the personal strength and coldness that allowed him to befriend the murderers and write "In Cold Blood."

      Book: Rabenort's Geography by William Rabenort, American Book Company, hardcover, with Capote's ownership signature "Truman Capote / St. John's Military School", on the front free endpaper, with "Military School" crossed out and replaced with "Bug House" by Capote. On the front cover he has added "Puby Beamsburn Huttenttots." Capote attended St. John's when he moved to New York in 1933. It was there that his mother remarried Joseph Capote who adopted Truman and renamed him Truman Garcia Capote. In his 1966 book "A Christmas Memory", Capote writes of being sent away to military school. "...Those who Know Best decide that I belong in a military School. And so follows a miserable succession of bugle-blowing prisons, grim reveille-ridden summer camps." Very good.

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        ALICE IN WONDERLAND (Superb Copy of the 1933 English Film Photoplay Version in Original Dust Jacket,)

      London & Glasgow: Collins, 1933. Carroll, Lewis (Charles L[utwidge] Dodgson). ALICE IN WONDERLAND. London & Glasgow: Collins, (n. d. but 1933). First U. K. Photoplay edition (9" by 7") issued in tandem with the 1933 Paramount film adaptation starring Charlotte Henry as Alice and co-starring Cary Grant, W. C. Fields, and Gary Cooper among others. This is a Very Good example, designed with wonderful Art Deco elements to it, with light staining and soiling to both the fragile oatmeal-buckram cloth covers as well as the spine; all in all, the effect is bit blotchy but the volume nevertheless retains eye appeal. Inside the book, there are eight b&w full-page still photos from the film along with numerous charming line drawings by Irene Mountfort. The Very Good ORIGINAL DUST JACKET partially incorporates photographic images from the film including that of Charlotte Henry with the Dodo. The DJ is flap-clipped but not price-clipped. Perhaps best of all, the dust jacket is 100% complete although there is some soil and a long closed tear to the white back panel, and overall edge-wear in general. Despite faults, the exceedingly rare DJ shows beautifully. . First Thus. Decorative Cloth. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Irene Mountfort.

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        Paris de Nuit (First Edition)

      Paris: Arts et Métiers Graphiques, 1933. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Soft cover. Very Good. This is a first edition, first printing of Brassai\'s acclaimed masterpiece, \"Paris de Nuit\" published by Arts et Métiers Graphiques, Paris in 1933. Writing in The Book of 101 Books: Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century, Andrew Roth wrote \" ... with 64 rich full-page photogravures capturing his unforgettable \"social fantastic\" vision of Paris, \"Paris de Nuit combines the luxe and the louche. Its graphic design is sophisticated and its photogravure reproductions so rich that the sooty blacks still look like they\'ll rub off the page. Paul Morand, novelist, diplomat, and, later, persona non grata for his collaboration with the Vichy government, gets the cover\'s most prominent credit for his essay here, but Brassaï\'s photos are the book\'s real meat. Brassaï became a master at drawing luminosity from the darkness. [This work has] lost none of its dark glamour or film noir grit\". \"The book created a sensation when it was published; many pictures from the series were deemed too risqué and were not exhibited or published for decades, until the 1976 sequel, The Secret Paris of the 1930s. The first book set [Brassaï] on a lucrative and prolific career\" (McDarrah, 55). Measuring approximately 10 x 8 inches, the book is wire spiral bound in photographically illustrated fragile wrappers. The condition of the book is Very Good+ with creases and rubs to the front and rear wraps. The spiral wire is in great shape with very minimal paper loss to the tips of the corners near the spiral. The internals are in Very Good+ condition with no foxing or signs of previous ownership. Overall, this is a highly desirable copy of a notoriously fragile masterpiece that is rarely found in this condition. Cited in all three reference works on photobooks: The Book of 101 Books: Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century by Andrew Roth, The Photobook: A History by Parr and Badger, and The Open Book by Andrew Roth.

      [Bookseller: Franklin Books]
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        God's Little Acre [Signed]

      New York: The Viking Press, 1933. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. A Very Good copy of the first edition, first printing (small rubs through to the bottom corners and tiny ones to the upper corners, spine ends worn, small stain to the top of the front pastedown and title page, scattered foxing, some staining to the rear pastedown and to the rear endpapers), lacking the scarce dust jacket (and protected by a facsimile thereof), SIGNED BY ERSKINE CALDWELL on the front free endpaper; Erskine Caldwell's fourth novel centered on a dysfunctional South Carolina farming family living near the Georgia border. The patriarch, Ty Ty Walden is obsessed with finding gold on his small farm and he and his two unmarried sons spend their working hours digging holes on the farm. Having pledged to donate the profits from any gold found on a designated acre of the farm, "God's Acre" to the church, but, fearful that he might find gold on "God's Acre", Ty Ty continually changes the acre covered by his pledge. His son-in-law, Will, worked in a nearby cotton textile mill from which the owner has locked out the workers after they demanded higher wages. Because of its sexually explicit scenes, the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice recommended that the appropriate prosecutor take action and he did so, bringing an action against both Caldwell and the Viking Press for disseminating pornography. Dozens of authors, editors, and critics spoke out in the novel's defense and, in one of the most important early rulings establishing authors' First Amendment rights to freedom of expression, the court ruled in favor of Caldwell and his Publisher. Signed copies of the first edition, first printing, as is herein described, are quite scarce. A Very Good copy, SIGNED BY ERSKINE CALDWELL. QUITE SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        Alpine Architektur in 5 Teilen und 30 Zeichnungen. Hagen, Folkwang-Verlag 1919. Folio. Je 1 Bl. Haupttitel, Inhalt und 5 Bl. Zwischentitel sowie 30 Bl., davon 8 farbig und teils gold- bzw. silbergehöhte Zeichnungen. Orig.-Kartbd. mit silberfarbig geprägtem Titel.

      . . Die bedeutendste Publikation von Bruno Taut. Die Moral und die gedankliche Basis für die "Alpine-Architektur" lieferte vor allem der Dichter Paul Scheerbart mit seinem poetisch-utopischen Vorschlag, die Alpen mit gläsernen, kristallenen Palästen zu überbauen. In der Vorstellung Tauts sollte das Projekt bis 1933 eine Bausumme von 865 Millionen Mark beanspruchen und mit einem weiteren Betrag von 500 Millionen beendet werden. Tadelloses Exemplar der großen sozialutopischen Veröffentlichung. Sehr selten.

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        The Hound Of Death And Other Stories w/Original Dust Jacket

      London: Odhams Press, 1933. First Edition, First Printing. In original dust jacket. Hardcover and Dust Jacket are in Good Condition. Exterior shows fading and mottling to cloth with bumped corners, fading to spine and spotting to side of page block. Previous owner inscription to front free end paper. Clean text, with occasional foxing to pages. The dust jacket is fragile, with chipping and loss, as well as tears, soiling, rubbing and creasing. Rare in original jacket.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Plakat. 50 x 38 cm

      Paris, Comite d'Aide aux Victims du Fascisme Hitlerien, [1933].. mit einem Porträtfoto.. Erste Ausgabe. - Das großformatige Plakat zeigt ein Brustbild des bulgarischen Kommunisten, der einer der Mitangeklagten im Reichtagsbrandprozeß war. Dazu ein Handschriftenfaksimile Dimitroffs. - Insgesamt knittrig, am Unterrand stockig. - Sehr selten.

      [Bookseller: Verlag und Antiquariat Frank Albrecht]
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        Modern Psychology, Notes on Lectures given at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich by Prof. Dr. C. G. Jung.

      [Privately printed] 1933-1941, [Zürich] - Volume I: TP + Prefatory Note page + Restriction page + 1-77; Volume II: TP + Prefatory Note page + Restriction page + [1]-163; Volume III: TP + Preface + Restriction page + [1]-166; Volume V: TP + Preface + Restriction page + [1]-157; Volume VI: TP + Preface + Restriction page + [1]-152; First Edition Multigraph Copies.Five of Six First Edition Multigraph Copies from Jung's Modern Psychology Seminars (Missing Only Volume IV: Exercitia spiritualia of St. Ignatius Loyola)A recent issue of the Philemon Foundation newsletter refers to these seminars as "seminal" to Jung's work and notes that they "are at the center of Jung's intellectual activity in the 1930s and form a critical part of his work in the 1940s and 1950s." TITLES: The titles on these volumes vary. The first two are "Modern Psychology" but the other four are entitled "The Process of Individuation" with subtitles in the final three volumes as follows: Volume IV: Exercitia spirititualia of St. Ignatius of Loyola [not present here]; Volume V: Alchemy. I; Volume VI: Alchemy IIPROVENANCE: The second volume has a small label identifying the former owner as Elisabeth de Neufville Leahman affixed to the inside front cover. ILLUSTRATIONS: Each of these volumes contains at least a few printed illustrations while some contain many. Some of these illustrations are just an eighth of a page and others are full-page pictures. This seminar was originally given in German and then translated into English for publication. Barbara Hannah and Elizabeth Welsh were responsible for the editing of the first two volumes .Also included is the standard "restrictions page" which here reads: "This Report is multigraphed for private circulation only. No part can be quoted for publication under any circumstances whatsoever." Each volume is an original Multigraph copy with the single-sided text bound using three large staples. The covers are marbled light green and black boards with green canvas on the spines (except for volume II which has black canvas) with gilt lettering giving titles and the years which the presentations were made. With the expected amount of wearing and some spotting to the spines (see photo) and the most minor of bumps to the exteriors. Otherwise, this is a lovely set of these five first edition copies from this seminar. ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Case of the Velvet claws (Morrow mystery)

      New York: William Morrow and Company, 1933-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION. New York: William Morrow, 1935. 304 pp. 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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        Les Croix de bois. Illustrated by Georges Pavis.

      Editions Mornay [1933], Paris - One of 40 copies on Japon, from a total issue of 1085; handsomely rebound in 3/4 crushed reddish brown morocco and marbled boards, panelled spine with gilt lettering, marbled endpapers, t.e.g., original brown pictorial wrappers and backstrip bound in, near fine. Illustrated throughout with wood-engravings in the text by Georges Pavis. See an Image. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis Inc., ABAA]
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        WINNER TAKE NOTHING (1st edition)

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1933 - Charles Scribner's Sons, NY, 1933. 244 pages. 1st edition, 1st printing in ORIGINAL 1st issue DJ in the 1st state with $2.00 price intact and Laurence Stallings review of Death in the Afternoon on the rear of DJ. Title page has 1933 date and copyright page includes the Scribners A and the Scribners seal / colophon. Black cloth boards with gold paper labels. Small corner chip to gold paper on front panel. Gold paper label on the backstrip is slightly darkened. A couple of small blemishes to rear panel. Corner tips are lightly rubbed. Small space at crown of backstrip. Binding is tight and red topstain is fading. Original DJ has multiple chips, creases and rubs. DJ has backing paper for support. DJ has obvious flaws but is original, has the $2.00 price intact and the Laurence Stallings review on the rear of DJ. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Miss Lonelyhearts.

      New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1933 - Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full burgundy morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, plain cream endpapers, all edges gilt. A hint of foxing to prelims, an excellent copy finely bound. First Edition, second issue with the Harcout Brace title page. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        MARIA CHAPDELAINE. ILLUSTRATIONS DE CLARENCE GAGNON.

      EDITIONS MORNAY. 1933 - IN-4 BROCHE (20,5 X 25 X 2,5 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) DE (4) + 206 PAGES, SOUS COUVERTURE REMPLIEE ILLUSTREE EN BEIGE, TITRE IMPRIME EN BISTRE. ILLUSTRE DE 54 COMPOSITIONS EN COULEURS DANS LE TEXTE. PREMIER TIRAGE LIMITE A 2080 EXEMPLAIRES NUMEROTES, DONT 80 HORS COMMERCE. UN DES 1900 SUR PAPIER BLANC DE RIVES A LA FORME. "BELLE EDITION (PARUE HORS COLLECTION); ELLE EST TRES RECHERCHEE ET COTEE. ILLUSTRATION EXECUTEE SUR LES LIEUX MEMES PAR L'ARTISTE CANADIEN." (CARTERET. IV. 199). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        THE NOBLE & JOYOUS BOKE ENTYTLED LE MORTE DARTHUR

      Shakespeare Head Press and published by the Press for Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1933. First edition Limited edition. 4to. Two volumes. (4),xxviii,316;(4)273,(3)pp. One of 370 copies on handmade paper (of which 350 are for sale), this being copy number 45. Bound in original full contemporary brick-red morocco; spine titled in gilt. Top edges gilt in the rough. Marbled endpapers. A near VG example, showing some overall rubbing to the edges of the binding. Some dustiness to edges and slight darkening to the extremities. Internally, very clean and bright. 8274

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        die sammlung ida bienert, dresden.

      Potsdam, Müller & I. Kiepenheuer 1933.. gr.-8°, 24 S. Text und 83 Abbildungen (Photos von W. Peterhans, Bauhaus-Berlin) auf 72 S. Orig.-Karton m. Orig.-Umschlag. Umschlagmontage und Einbandtypographie von Moholy-Nagy.. Erste Ausgabe.- (= privatsammlungen neuer kunst, band I).- Mit Arbeiten von A. Archipenko, C. Carra, M. Chagall, L. Feininger, G. Grosz, H. Höch, A. von Jawlensky, W. Kandinsky, P. Klee, El Lissitzky, K. Malewitsch, L. Moholy-Nagy, E. Nolde, P. Picasso, O. Schlemmer u.a.- Seltener Katalog mit dem seltenen Schutzumschlag von Moholy-Nagy.- Umschlag hinten mit größerem Ausriss, dieser durch schwarzes Büttenpapier ergänzt, Umschlagränder mit leichten mit Japan hinterlegten Läsuren, aus der Bibliothek des langjährigen Direktors der Kunsthalle Bremen Günter Busch und Datum 1945 auf Vorsatz. ***Für unsere Schweizer Kunden: Konto in der Schweiz vorhanden***

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        Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm, The

      John Lane the Bodley Head Ltd, London, England, 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Robinson, W. Heath. Signed by Illustrator. Personal inscription from Robinson dated May 28, '37. Size: 8mo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4" tall. 203 pp. Pages are tight and clean, with a few wrinkles. Minor spotting, but text mostly clean. Cover is moderately soiled. Cover is protected in mylar cover. Illustrator: Robinson, W. Heath. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 pounds. Category: Children; Signed by Illustrator. Inventory No: 001129. .

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        ELGAR HIS LIFE AND WORKS, LIMITED SIGNED EDITION.

      London, G. Bell & Sons Ltd, 1933.LIMITED SIGNED EDITION 1933, 2 VOLUMES IN ONE. 20 COPIES ONLY, OF WHICH THIS IS COPY NO 11. SIGNED BY SIR EDWARD ELGAR, BASIL MAINE, ADRIAN C. BOULT, W. H. REED AND SIR LANDON RONALDS. SIGNATURE OF THE AUTHOR (pasted in) AND THAT OF ADRIAN BOULT ARE ON THE FIRST FREE ENDPAPER PLUS NOTES BY THE AUTHOR ABOUT WHERE AND WHEN THE SIGNATURES WERE OBTAINED. All signatures in ink. Bell's Musical Publications, general editor Adrian C. Boult. Approximately 225 x 145 mm, 9 x 5½ inches, 2 frontispieces, 5 illustrations, 1 folding, some musical notation in the text of Volume 2, pages: Volume 1, xv, 282 including Appendix, Volume 2, 317 including Appendix plus ix pages of index, general title page to the 2 Volumes, no separate title page is called for in Volume 2. Bound in publisher's quarter vellum with gilt lettering to spine, purple linen boards separated by a vertical gilt rule, gilt top edge. Spine lightly browned and dusty, covers and corners have edge wear with very slight loss of linen, inner paper hinge cracked, limitation page foxed, rear free endpaper foxed, occasional very light foxing to margins otherwise a very good copy. W.H. Reed composer and leader of the London Symphony for 23 years was a long standing friend of Sir Edward Elgar, author of Elgar As I Knew Him (1936), in which he goes into great detail about the genesis of the Violin Concerto in B minor. Sir Adrian Cedric Boult, famous conductor, Sir Landon Ronald, conductor and composer was also closely associated with the music of Edward Elgar but since they both worked for the same record company, Ronald only recorded one of Elgar's works, the "Coronation March", on 7 March 1935, a year after Elgar's death. He was the pianist in the first performance of Elgar's Violin Sonata in E minor in 1919, with W.H. Reed the violinist. Above Elgar's signature and just below the limitation statement and after his printed name he has written "Who knows nothing of the contents". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        GOBLIN MARKET

      George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. 1933 - 1st 1933. Very good condition with no wrapper. Deluxe edition limited to 410 numbered copies of which 400 are for sale. Full limp vellum binding with gold lettering to front. Green and cream pictorial endpapers. 4 pretty colour plates plus b/w vignettes. 43 pages. Top edge gilt others untrimmed. SIGNED by Rackahm to copy no. page. Copy No. column has been left blank. Some browning to covers. A little creasing to cover edges. Foxing to outer page edges. Contained in original slip-case, which is browned and marked with some scuffing and small nicks to corners. A lovely copy! [R] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        WINNER TAKE NOTHING

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933.. Cloth, gilt labels. A fine, bright copy, in very near fine dust jacket ($2 price intact on flap, and Laurence Stallings blurb on rear panel) with some minimal wear at the spine ends. First edition, first printing. This copy exhibits the dropped 't' at 159:20. The first appearance anywhere of six of the fourteen constituent stories, and either the first book appearance of the remainder (e.g. "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place"), or first appearance of somewhat modified texts (e.g. "God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen," and "The Natural History of the Dead"). GRISSOM A12.1.a. HANNEMAN A12.A.

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        Hauptbücher der Bier-Handlung Rudolf Roggenkamp in Oldenburg in Holstein - 1912-1933].

      (Oldenburg/Holst. 1912-1933) - 2 Bände. Manuskript auf Geschäftsbuchvordruck, 221 Seiten, 18 Bll. Register mit Fingerregister, HLnbd., marmorierte Deckel, 32 x 21,5 cm; 480 Seiten. 23 Bll. Register mit Fingerregister, HLnbd., 33 x 22 cm. Das erste Hauptbuch reicht von 1912 bis 1927 (auf dem Deckel der handschriftliche Titel: "Debitoren Buch vom 1. Januar 1912 bis 31.12. 26 [sic]"), das zweite Hauptbuch reicht vom Januar 1929 bis 1933 (Auf dem Deckel der handschriftliche Titel: "Haupt-Buch. Januar 1929"). Der Bierverlag von Rudolf Roggenkamp befand sich in der Kuhtorstraße in Oldenburg in Holstein. Festgehalten sind in beiden Büchern Liefermengen und Preise und die Schulden der Kunden. Die Summen der Rechnungen sind auch für die Monate der Hochinflation im September und Oktober 1923 festgehalten. - Gehandelt wurde durch die Firma Roggenkamp hauptsächlich Bier, aber auch Mineralwasser (Selters), Schnaps (Kümmel) und Zigarren. Zu den Kunden zählten u.a. mehrere Pastoren, der Oldenburger Bürgermeister Meyerhoff und der Graf von Reventlow auf Gut Favre. Alle oder fast alle Kunden waren im östlichen Holstein: Oldenburg, Göhl, Burg auf Fehmarn, Johannisdorf, Johannisthal, Lütjendorf, Giddendorf, Augustenhof, Quals, Friedrichsthal, Heiligenhafen, Grube, Seegalendorf bei Gremersdorf, Güldenstein, Rosenhof, Cismar, Giddendorf, Kremsdorf, Gosdorf, Süsel, Weißendorf, (Gut) Gaarz, Siggen, Dahme, Heringsdorf, Weißendorf. - Beiliegend 1.: Hefter mit ca. 80 Rechnungen - die meisten von der "Brauerei zur Eiche" in Kiel (die Rechnungen stammen aus den Jahren 1927 bis 1929). - Beiliegend 2.: Weiterer Hefter mit Rechnungen der "Brauerei zur Eiche" aus den Jahren 1930 bis 1933. - Beiliegend 3.: Weiterer Hefter mit ca. 12 Rechnungen der "Brauerei zur Eiche" aus dem Jahr 1934. - Beiliegend 4.: 6 einzelne Rechnungen und Lieferscheine (u.a. mit einer lithographierte Rechnung der Cigarrenfabrik S. Reiss in Bruchsal). - Etwas berieben und bestoßen und deutlich fleckig, die Rechnungen in den beiliegenden Heftern zum Teil stärker angerändert, die Metallteile der Hefter stark rostspurig. Sonst ordentliche Exemplare. 802 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Unique ALS as ?Mickey Mouse?

      Exceedingly rare Autograph Letter Signed ?Mickey / Mouse? attributed to Walt Disney, 1p, 7? x 9.25?. [California, 1933] To Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hall, Chicago, Illinois. Penned in black ink on an art card, on a drawn outline of a sheet of paper. At the lower right, Mickey Mouse is holding a pen, dripping ink from a bottle labeled ?Silly Symphony / Ink,? as he finished signing his name. A disdaining Pluto is drawn seated at the left. ?1933? in penciled in the upper right in an unknown hand, possibly by the recipient. Fine condition.Gilbert and Mary Mack Hall had no children; Mary survived Gilbert. This letter comes from Mary Mack Hall?s family. To ?Mr. and Mrs. / GiLbert HaLL / Chicago, Ill.? In full, ?Dear Friends Walt has asked told me to write and thank you For the Nice way you treated him while he was visiting in Chicago. He left me at home to Do the work while He galavanted around and took my bows ?" now he makes me w

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        DOWN AND OUT IN PARIS AND LONDON

      New York & London: Harper & Brothers, 1933.. Pale purple cloth, spine lettered in black with horizontal bands in darker black. Pictorial endsheets. Spine faintly darkened, a few stray marks to cloth, but a very good, tight copy, without the dust jacket. First U.S. edition of Blair/Orwell's scarce first book. One of 1750 copies in the first printing, of which 383 copies were remaindered. The endsheets replicate the artwork utilized for the dust jacket. FENWICK A.1d.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Marlborough His Life and Times

      George G. Harrap and Co Ltd., London 1933 - First Edition:First Printing:Book Condition:Volume 1:A Very Good copy, very gently bumped top and bottom of the spine, top of page edges gilt remainder very gently toned, spine sunned, corners gently rubbed, some very small marks to boards, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:No Jacket.Volume 2:A Very Good copy, very gently bumped top and bottom of the spine, top of page edges gilt remainder very gently toned, spine sunned and bottom edge front and rear board, corners gently rubbed, some very gentle sporadic foxing to front end papers, internally very clean and bright, tight bindingbinding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good second impression, rubbed and chipped top and bottom of the spine with some small loss, corners rubbed, spine toned, small hole in spine, retains original publishers price.Volume 3:A Very Good copy, very gently bumped and rubbed top and bottom of the spine, top of page edges gilt remainder very gently toned, corners gently bumped, some very gentle sporadic foxing to end papers, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good First Impression, gently rubbed and chipped top and bottom of the spine, corners gently rubbed, spine toned, very small hole in spine, retains original publishers price.Volume 4:A Very Good/Near Fine copy, very gently bumped top and bottom of the spine, top of page edges gilt remainder very gently toned, corners very gently bumped, very bottom edge of spine and front board sunned, internally very clean and bright, tight binding.Dustjacket Condition:Very Good First Impression, rubbed and chipped top and bottom of the spine with some small loss, corners rubbed, spine toned, small parts of the jacket folds missing, top edge rear panel some very small loss, retains original publishers price.Overall A Very Good 4 Volume First Edition set of one of Churchill's works. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bawnmore Fine and Rare Books]
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        Kumbum Dschamba Ling. Das Kloster der hunderttausend Bilder Maitreyas. Ein Ausschnitt aus Leben und Lehre des heutigen Lamaismus. Mit 208 Abbildungen auf Kunstdrucktafeln nach eigenen Aufnahmen, 412 Skizzen des Verfassers im Text, einer Lichtdruck- u. einer Buntdrucktafel sowie einer Klosterkarte.

      Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1933.. XVI, 555 Seiten 4°, gebundene Ausgabe, Leinen. Innen gut erhalten. Der Einband etwas fleckig und berieben. Siehe Fotos. Kleiner Vorbesitzerstempel auf dem Vorsatzblatt.

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        ON ANCIENT CENTRAL - ASIAN TRACKS, Brief Narrative of Three Expeditions in Innermost Asia and North - Western China.

      London, Macmillan & Co., Limited, 1933.FIRST EDITION 1933, 8vo, approximately 240 x 170 mm, 9½ x 6½ inches, 147 illustrations as called for in the list of illustrations plus a large folding map at rear, including colour frontispiece and 14 colour plates, all with a tissue caption guard, and 8 panoramas, many plates have several images, original publisher's brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine and central gilt medallion to upper cover, top edge gilt. Slight rubbing and bumping to head and tail of spine, pinhole to top of lower hinge, corners bumped and slightly worn, covers lightly marked and scratched, slight shelf wear, small pale mark to 1 margin, otherwise a very good copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        Die neue Stadt. Eine Monatsschrift. Jahrgang 1933/1934, 1. Heft: Sonderheft Zürich.

      Heidelberg, Vlg. von Richard Weissbach, 1933. 4°, 32 S., 55 Textabb., Brosch., Umschlag etw. fleckig, Randriss in V.deckel oben, Rücken knickspurig, oben durchgeh. etw. wasserfleckig u. -wellig. Preis in CHF: 715. EA. Enth.: Material des IV. Internationalen Kongresses für Neues Bauen; Historische Entwicklung der Stadt, Wandlungen des Stadtbildes; Statistik der Bevölkerung; Wohnverhältnisse; Wohnungs- und Siedlungsbau; Geschäfts- und Kommunalbauten, Neuer Hausrat [d. i.: S. Giedion: Wohnbedarf Zürich]; Kirchenbau und moderne Architektur; Brief eines jungen deutschen Architekten [d. i. Max Cetto] an Dr. Goebbels; Bevorstehende Kongresse.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        WINNER TAKE NOTHING

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1933 - First printing with "A" on copyright page and Stallings review on the rear dust jacket panel. A clean, Near Fine book with gold labels on the front cover and spine, and a red top-stain. In a Very Good + dust jacket with a faint crease running the length of the spine, spine gently toned and a small chip on the rear panel. A 1933 collection of short stories by Nobel Prize Winner Ernest Hemingway, including "A Clean, Well Lighted Place," which James Joyce called "?one of the best short stories ever written." Many of the stories here appear in print for the first time - and would appear again in later collections. In the year of the collection's publication, Hemingway would go to Africa, an experience which he would later use to write "Green Hills of Africa" and "The Snows of Kilimanjaro." "There are two stories that show a sudden expansion of Hemingway's range, yet both are beautifully simplified and pure. These are "Wine of Wyoming" and "The Gambler, The Nun, and The Radio.'" (Contemporary New York Herald Review). Near Fine in Very Good +. dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Lincoln and the Doctors; a Medical Narrative of the Life of Abraham Lincoln

      The Pioneer Press, New York 1933 - Limited edition of only 550 copies signed by the author, 152pp., bound in 1/4 back cloth over marbled covered boards, lettering gray over black to upper board, spine lettering gilt, edges toned, corners worn, upper edge of both boards bumped. "Printed in memory of the physicians who contributed to the maintenance of the health of Abraham Lincoln and to those physicians who sought to keep alive the sinking flame in his stricken body .on the sixty-eighth anniversary date of his dramatic death." Octavo [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA]
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        PARIS DE NUIT. 60 photos inédites de BRASSAÏ.

      1933 - Paris, Arts et Métiers graphiques, sans date [1933]. In-quarto (200 X 251) reliure éditeur à spirale métallique, chemise et étui de toile lie-de-vin, pièce de titre et fer doré au dos de la chemise ; (6) ff. , 62 pages. Minimes défauts à la couverture. ÉDITION ORIGINALE de la préface de Paul Morand et premier tirage des 62 PHOTOGRAPHIES de Brassaï reproduites en héliogravure, et non 60 comme annoncé à tort. Ouvrage publié dans la collection "Réalités" sous la direction de Jean Bernier et Charles Peignot. «"Paris de nuit" est, de tous les albums consacrés à la ville à cette époque-là, le plus remarquable et, du point de vue de la structure, le plus complexe, plaçant Brassaï au rang de grand maître de la photographie de nuit» (Kim Sichel). PLAISANT EXEMPLAIRE de cet ALBUM FAMEUX, devenu un classique des livres illustrés par la photographie, provenant de la bibliothèque de Michel DÉON. (Bibliographie: Kim Sichel, "Brassaï. Paris le jour, Paris la nuit" 1988 - Martin Parr, "Le Livre de photographies", I, 134 - Andrew Roth, "The book of 101 books", 76-77). NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ERIC CASTERAN]
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        The Noble and Joyous Boke Entytled Le Morte D'Arthur

      Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press, 1933. Limited edition #369 of 370 copies. Bound in full red pigskin, the text printed in red and black on hand-made paper, with woodcuts from the 1498 edition, beautiful marbled end papers, page top edges gilt and fore- and bottom edges deckle-edged. Within the limited edition, this is a superior copy: only a few of this edition were bound in full pigskin, the remaining sets bound in half or three quarter leather. Laid in are the publisher's 4-page precis, and 4 trial pages, both on the same hand-made paper with the red and black printing of the text, and each with a woodcut from the text. These volumes are from the library of Barry Gaines, Malory and Shakespeare scholar, and author of Sir Thomas Malory: An Anecdotal Bibliography of Editions, 1485-1985. In near fine condition, with only slight wear to the corners of the covers. First published in 1485 by William Caxton, Le Morte d'Arthur is today perhaps the best-known work of Arthurian literature in English. Many modern Arthurian writers have used Malory as their principal source, including T. H. White in his popular The Once and Future King and Tennyson in The Idylls of the King.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        THE SCIENTIFIC ROMANCES OF H.G. WELLS (1st Omnibus Edition of: THE FOOD OF THE GODS, IN THE DAYS OF THE COMET, THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU, THE WAR OF THE WORLDS, FIRST MEN IN THE MOON, THE INVISIBLE MAN, THE TIME MACHINE, MEN LIKE GODS)

      London: Gollancz, 1933. Wells, H. G. THE SCIENTIFIC ROMANCES OF H. G. WELLS. London: Gollancz, 1933. First Omnibus Edition, first printing. A Near Fine copy (only a few insignificant marks of abrasion to the boards) in a NEAR FINE COMPLETE AND UNRESTORED ORIGINAL DUST JACKET (spine panel a trifle age-toned as is usual with the Gollancz yellow dustwrappers of the era, a few very tiny blemishes, very likely removed whilst the volume was being read). This very first collected appearance of Wells' most famous novels appears in an 8vo volume which is 1,232 pages in size and thrice the thickness of the average book of the period (which might also explain why so few examples are still extant and why this is only the first copy in Dust Jacket that we've ever been able to offer for sale). This edition for the masses was likely short-printed, many may have perished in the pulping drives of WW2, but perhaps the likeliest explanation for its rarity is that, by the time the reader of the period finished all eight novels, the book was probably handled to death. For today's collector who may be disinclined to spend the fortune required to put together a set of the individual first edition volumes, this first Omnibus Edition may be an answer. Ironically the rarity lies here; one could find twenty first edition copies of The Time Machine or The Invisible Man before one could find a single example of this scarce and desirable First Omnibus Edition, especially one in such superb collector's condition. . First Edition Thus. Near Fine/Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Lakin & Marley Rare Books]
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        THE SERPENT IN THE WILDERNESS

      New York: Sheldon Dick, (1933). First Edition. Hardcover. Small stain at the lower corner of the front cover. About Fine in the original tissue dustwrapper and worn box and quite uncommon in this original condition. Small folio in cloth-backed boards. Copy #4 of only 84 SIGNED copies with an ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT PAGE bound in. Total edition was 400 copies. The manuscript leaf is from the title poem and begins: "He knew that cruelty begot cruelty, but that kindness was no sure way/To prevent it." Among the original 44 subscribers to this edition was Frank Capra.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Dawidowicz, Lucy S

      ISBN 0-03-013661-X., The War Against The Jews 1933-1945.. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York.. 460 Pages.. No photos. No illustrations. Appendices - The Fate Of The Jews In HitlerÕs Europe, By Country; The Final Solution in Figures. Notes. Sources. Index. Maps. Copyright 1975 First Edition./Hardcover.. NON SMOKING STORE. My listing includes PHOTO OF ACTUAL BOOK for sale. Book Interior VERY FINE / Boards Very Fine / Dust Jacket Near Fine. Book looks and feels as if read once, very gently. Rag edge pages. Boards are red, spine and quarter boards are black cloth, lettering gilt, full title embossed on front cover with no added colour. Spine is solid, and straight. Dust jacket is white/red, lettering blue/black/white, jacket design by Philip Grushkin. Dust jacket is NOT PRICE CLIPPED, has a tiny bit of age darkening on folds of flaps, back flap fold and back dj cover has a few small dots of colour off the red and a 1/4 inch rip on bottom edge. DJ spine has a 3/16 and a 1/8 inch rip in top edge, bottom edge has a 1/8 inch rip and a few short creases which have chipped the colour off slightly leaving a few short thin white lines, dj front cover has one or two tiny colour chips, front dj flap has a few small dots of colour off, entire dj has very minimal edge wear. Book boards and spine are flat, clean, bright, no rips, no bent corners, one very slightly bruised corner, no spine creases, no stains, a very small amount of edge wear on corner tips and in places on the bottom board edges. Page edges clean, bright, entire text block sags very slightly due to being upright on shelf for years. Front end papers are blue/grey map of Europe Under German Rule December 1942, back end papers are blue/grey bar chart and map showing Destruction Of The European Jews. Inside of book is tight, clean, bright, clear, flat. OwnerÕs name, date, small, in ink on first white front page. . World War II

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        QUEEN CHRISTINA (1933)

      USA 1933 - Vintage original 11 x 14" (28 x 35 cm.) lobby card, USA. Greta Garbo, John Gilbert, Ian Keith, Lewis Stone, Elizabeth Young, C. Aubrey Smith, Reginald Owen, Cora Sue Collins, dir: Rouben Mamoulian; MGM. The pet project of Greta Garbo, who came out of a year of self imposed exile after refusing the poor scripts that MGM was attempting to saddle her with, to play the historic Queen of Sweden. Loyal and bound to her country when she experiences romance, she decides to give up her throne to follow her heart. This card depicts the scene in which she tells her people of her choice to abdicate. The card was once in an album, and there are light stains on back which do not show through at all, pinholes in outer image, one minor border chip, mended with archival paper, NEAR FINE.

      [Bookseller: Walter Reuben, Inc.]
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        Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle

      Harcourt, Brace & Co., inc, 1933-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, early printing in rare original jacket. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company [1933?]. 244 pages. Navy cloth with gilt lettering on spine. (No statement of "First Edition" on copyright page, which publisher evidently started using earlier in the decade.) Very Good hardcover in Very Good dust jacket. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Former owner's name on front end paper in pen, foxing to edges and a bit on end papers. Jacket is in nice shape, tiny chip at foot, some rubbing, light foxing, and toning. A nice copy with its rare dust jacket.One of the earliest works of Austrian economist Hayek(best-known for his Road to Serfdom) to be translated into English.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        To A God Unknown

      NY, Robert O. Ballou, 1933, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. First issue of his third book, one of only 598 copies actually bound and sold, Goldstone & Payne A3a, Morrow 22, endpapers, title page vignette, and dust jacket illustrated by Mahlon Blaine, this book is Steinbeck at his most powerful and his most mystical. Black top edge stain still very black, book cloth somewhat mottled, jacket with one short tear, this is a very pleasing and attractive copy of a very scarce book.

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman ]
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        20 Bilder zur Bibel von Alfred Kubin. München, R. Piper u. Co. 1924. Folio. Inhaltsverzeichnis u. 20 Lichtdrucktafeln. Orig.-Halbleinenbd. mit Rücken- u. Deckeltitel sowie Orig.-Schutzumschlag

      . . Makelloses Exemplar dieser beeindruckenden Veröffentlichng mit 20 großformatigen Federzeichnungen von Alfred Kubin. Das Werk wurde 1933 in die Liste des verbotenen Schriftums aufgenommen, und ist daher von entsprechnder Seltenheit. - Raabe 236.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schmidt & Günther Einzelunte]
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        FIDDLE O' DREAMS and More

      Hutchinson 1933 - First edition. Original pink cloth, lettered in black to spine. Author's presentation copy, inscribed by the author to his wife, "To my dear wife / Arthur Morrison / November 1933" A fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jonkers Rare Books ABA ILAB]
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