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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.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB]
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        The Dolphin 1-4.

      Limited Editions Club, New York 1933-41. Komplett svit i fyra delar i sex volymer. Kvartoformat.A journal of the making of books: Number one. 1933. Grönt klotband, rygg med silverdekorerade delfiner med blå vågor. 390 s. Uppl. 1200 ex. Artiklar av bla: Goudy, Koch, Pollard, Wroth, Steiner-Prag.Formgiven av Frederic Warde och George Macy.A journal of the making of books: Number two. 1935. Svart linneband, rygg med guldförgyllda delfiner och aluminiumdekor, slitet rygghuvud 350 s. Uppl. 2000 ex. Artiklar av bla: P. A. Bennett, B. Warde, W. Chappell, E. Adler, D. B. Updike. The Work of W. A. Dwiggins med tryckprover.Formgiven av George Macy och W. A. Dwiggins.A history of the printed book: Number three. 1938. Svart klotband med guldförgylld ryggtext. Liten stämpel på främre pärms insida. 558 s. Uppl. 1800 ex. Artiklar av bla: A. F. Johnson, Wroth, P. Beilenson, Hofer, Winship. Formgiven av Carl Purington Rollins.A periodical for all who find pleasure in fine books: Number four part I-III. 1940-41. Del I häftad, del II & III gröna klotband med mörkgrön pärmdekor, del II med mindre skada på ryggens övre del. Löpande paginering 326 s. Artiklar av bla: Winterich, Holbrook Jackson, Ward Ritchie, J. Blumenthal, P. Standard: A Printer´s Library (D. B. Updike). Del 4:I är första tryckningen med Dwiggins ´Caledonia´.The Dolphin är den amerikanska motsvarigheten eller uppföljaren till The Fleuron."The outstanding American publication on the book, touching almost every phase in a vital and scholary way. Finely printed, a delight for the student, collector and bibliophile." Ulrich & Küp s. 3.(LEC Quarto-Millenary S-2, S-3, S-4, S-5)

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        Deutschland erwacht. Werden, Kampf und Siege der NSDAP.

      Cigaretten-Bilderdienst Hamburg-Bahrenfeld 1933. Small folio. 301.-400. Tausend. 150+(2) pages. Complete with 200+ tipped-in photographs in b/w and colour. With colour-plates and a huge, folding view of the "Standartenweihe" at the 1933 "Parteitag" at Nuremberg. Original boards with blindtooled and gilt ornamentation including the profile of a SA-soldier. Original cloth spine with illustrated dust wrappers. Fine. Wrappers with tears.. Early publication on the Führer and the Nazi takeover in Germany

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        FOUR DAYS WONDER

      1933. 1. MILNE,A.A. FOUR DAYS WONDER. London: Methuen (1933). 8vo, orange cloth, 319p., binding slightly leaning else fine in lightly frayed dust wrapper. 1st ed. A novel by Milne. THIS COPY HAS A WONDERFUL 10 LINE INSCRIPTION FROM MILNE referring to the price of the book and how little of it trickles down to him.

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        J¸dische Kunst aus Hessen und Nassau

      Soncino Gesellschaft der Freunde des Jdischen Buches E.V. Berlin Soncino-Gesellschaft der Freunde des J¸dischen Buches E.V. 1933 First edition g 1/600. Original green wrappers with gold lettering on front cover and spine. 39 pages of text with 5 mounted in-text b/w photographic reproductions, followed by 33 pages of b/w reproductions of photographs of various Jewish ornaments printed on glossy paper. Special "Sonderdruck" from a catalogue from the "Religi?se Kunst aus Essen und Nassua" exhibition which took place in Marburg in 1928. "Als Sonderdruck aus: Aus religi?se Kunst aus Hessen und Nassau. Kritischer Gesamtkatalog der Ausstellung Marburg 1928. Herausgegeben von Hermann Deckert, Robert Freyhan, Kurt Steinbart im Verlag des Kunstgeschichtlichen Seminars Marburg-Lahn wurden 600 Exemplare dieses Abschnittes ausgegeben als vierzehnte Publikation der Soncino-Gesellschaft der Freunde des j¸dischen Buches e.V., Berlin." Sunning on spine. Head and tail of spine slightly chipped. Some discoloration along edges of coverss. Lower front corner bumped, thus affecting pages throughout. Slight abrasion on inside of front cover and on title-page (not affecting text). Text in German. Wrappers in overall good, interior in very good condition.

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        WOMAN CUTTING GRASS.

      Line engraving. Signed in pencil. 1933. Image size 120 x 97 mm. Not included in Campbell Dodgson's Catalogue published in 1930. A fine impression. Unmounted. Price is subject to VAT at the current rate.

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        Winner Take Nothing.

      New York; Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933. First edition. 19,5x13,5 cm. (6, 2 blanks), 244 pp. Publisher's black cloth with gold paper labels on spine and front board, black and red dustjacket, which is unclipped and has the original price of $2. Red top edge. The jacket with a few minor tears, chipping at spine ends and corners. The book is very fine. With Scribner's ''A'' and printer's device on copyright page. First appearance of six of the fourteen stories: The Light of the World; A Way You'll Never Be; The Mother of a Queen; One Reader Writes; A Day's Wait; Fathers and Sons. ''The title derives from the epigraph of the book. [Epigraph: ''Unlike all other forms of lutte or combat the conditions are that the winner shall take nothing; neither his ease, nor his pleasure, nor any notions of glory; nor, if he win far enough, shall there be any reward within himself.'']. This epigraph, ostensibly drawn from an antique book of rules for gaming, was actually written by Hemingway himself.'' (Baker, Hemingway. The Writer as Artist (pp. 142). The first printing consisted of 20300 copies. Hanneman A12a. From the library of Swedish journalist, author, and collector Carl Olov Sommar, and with his bookplate on front paste-down

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        Planning - a Broadsheet Issued by PEP (Political and Economic Planning) Volume 1 - Vol 32 (i.e. Issues 1 - 498)

      1933 - 1966. (Lacking only three issues - 415, 466, 471). An amzing, highly unusual long run of this diverse publication. Volumes 1 - 18 are clothbound, slightly marked and faded but very sound; the rest are in original parts, a few minor imperfections, but overall very good. A quick glance through quickly shows the range of articles : The Use of Statistics (1934). The Fuel problem (1935). The State of the Highlands (1936). The Health Services (1937). The Control of Rivers (1938). London Under Bombing (1941). Refugees in Britain (1944). The Unmarried Mother (1946). Employment of Women. The Opera in Britain (both 1948). The Football Industry. The Gramophone Record - industry and art. (both 1951). Social Security and Unemployment in Lancs (1951). Progress of the Gas Turbine (1953). The Menace of Air Pollution (1954). Graduate Wives (1954). The Cricket Industry (1956). Prospects for Nuclear Power (1959). Young Europeans in England. Housing Associations. Cartel Policies and the Common Market (all 1962). The Parliament of the European Communities (1964). [From the library of the naturalist and conservationist Richard Fitter, whos was a member of PEP for four of its early years.]Political and Economic Planning (PEP) was a British policy think tank, formed in 1931 in response to Max Nicholson's article A National Plan for Britain published in February of that year in Gerald Barry's magazine The Week-End Review. The original members included Nicholson and Barry, the zoologist Julian Huxley, the agronomist Leonard Elmhirst, the financier Sir Basil Blackett, the civil servants Dennis Routh and Sir Henry Bunbury, the research chemist Michael Zvegintzov, and Israel Sieff, a director of Marks & Spencer. Sieff was Chairman in the 1930s, followed by Elmhirst in 1939 and by Nicholson in 1953. It was a non-governmental planning organisation financed by corporations. This prolific organisation was influential in the formation of the National Health Service, World War II and post-war planning, and the development of the African colonies. After the war it shared the offices of The Nature Conservancy in Belgrave Square, London, producing reports such as Opportunities in Industry (1957) and Advisory Committees in British Government (1960). In 1978 PEP merged with the Centre for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP), and became the Policy Studies Institute (PSI). [VERY HEAVY - POSTAGE WILL NEED TO BE INCREASED.]

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        [Three papers] 1. Zur Frage der Messbarkeit der elektomagnetischen Feldgrössen. + 2. Erweiterung des Unbestimmtheitsprinzips für die relativistische Quantentheorie. + 3. Field and Charge Measurements in Quantum Electrodynamics.

      Copenhagen, Levin & Munksgaard, 1933. + Berlin, Springer 1931. + Lancaster, American Physical Society, 1950. First paper: Published as no. 8 of vol. 12 in 'Kgl. Dankse Vid. Selsk. Math.-Fys. Medd.'. 8vo. Original printed wrappers. With the ownership signature of Danish physicist Mogens Pihl (Prof. of physics at Copenhagen University 1957-77). 65,(1) pp. Second paper: Published in 'Zeitschrift für Physik', vol. 69, pp.56-69. The entire volume in contemporary half cloth offered here.Third paper: Published in 'The Physical Review', vol. 78, no. 6, pp.794-798. The entire issue in original printed wrappers offered here. With rubber stamp of Danish physicist Christian Møller (Author of "The Theory of Relativity, 1952").. First editions of these fundamental papers in the development of quantum field theory. The process of measuring electromagnetic fields involves the observation of charged test bodies in those fields. Therefore the theory of electrodynamics is an inseparable extension of mechanics. A quantum theory of fields thus inherits, in some form, the limitations of measurement which lie at the foundation of quantum mechanics. In 1931 Landau and Peierls published a critical analysis of the consequences of such limitations in a relativistic quantum theory of fields (second paper offered). Landau and Peierls came to the negative conclusion that in several cases, the concept of momentum was without physical meaning and quantities such as the strength of a field was un-measurable. In their famous paper from 1933 Bohr and Rosenfeld (first paper offered) carefully reviewed the arguments of Landau and Peierls and showed, through the use of particular measuring arrangements, that a consistent quantum theory of fields is possible without further limitations than the ones which secure the consistency of quantum mechanics. The BR-paper is often credited with having laid the foundation for quantum electrodynamics. Bohr continued his work in this field, and in 1937 he completed a manuscript entitled "Field and Charge Measurement in Quantum Theory", but this was never published. When, in the late 1940s the important work on QED by Tomonaga, Schwinger, Dyson, and Feynman appeared in The Physical Review, Bohr and Rosenfeld again joined and published the essentials of the 1937 manuscript in the same journal (third paper offered).See Abraham Pais: Bohr's Times, pp.358-364. Mehra & Rechenberg: The Historical Development of Quantum Theory, vol. 6, pp.697-703. Collected Works of Niels Bohr, vol. 7, pp.3-33

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