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        FLUSH. A Biography. [Serialized in The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 152, numbers 1-4, July to October 1933].

      - Pp. 512(continuously paginated), plus numerous advertisements (several pictorial), with Flush comprising pp. 1-12, 163-256, 326-337, and 439-453; med. 8vo; orange pictorial paper wrappers, with 3 holes punched near backstrips (for filing in folder?), lightly soiled and worn, edges rubbed and split, with a couple of tiny chips; fore-edges uncut; a couple of minor pencilled annotations, a few small edge chips or splits, occasional light foxing, soiling and creasing; The Atlantic Monthly Company, Boston, 1933. First edition, parts 1 to 3 preceding the book publication. Kirkpatrick C338. *The final installment of Flush appeared in the October issue of the magazine, and the book was published in Britain and the United States on 5 October. These issues also include work by Gertrude Stein (from Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas) and, D. H. Lawrence (Christs in the Tirol), plus an article about Hitler's Mein Kampf by toxicology pioneer Alice Hamilton. In the Contributors' Column, Virginia Woolf is described as 'an accomplished swimmer in those deep waters that swirl and eddy in the stream of consciousness'. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        The Lord Fish

      Faber & Faber London: Faber & Faber, (1933). First edition. One of only 60 copies printed on English hand-made paper, signed by the author. With engraved title page, three tinted full-page plates and black & white headpieces by Rex Whistler. Collects seven of de la Mare's fantasy stories for children. A brilliant copy bound in full purple yapp-edged vellum, and with original dust wrapper. T.e.g.

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        Polo Ponies. Their Training and Schooling

      New York: The Derrydale Press 1933 New York: The Derrydale Press, 1933. First edition, one of 850 copies. 8vo. Illustrated. 111 pp. Original blue cloth stamped in gilt. Spine with slightest wear, else a fine bright copy in original acetate wrapper (one tear on back flap). Siegel 73; Frazier K- 2-a; Podeschi 407. Provenance: Eugene V. Connett, 3rd; his son, Eugene V. Connett IV

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        Dog-Days on Trout Waters

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1933 - Harold G. Pickering was a past president of the Anglers' Club of New York, and editor of The Anglers' Club Bulletin; this was his second book Second state without the colophon page. 12mo. With illustrations by Donald Gardner. Original pink paper over boards, printed labels on upper cover and spine, a notoriously fragile book, spine faded, but not split as usual ly found , staiining on upper cover ("to find any one of them in fine condition is not only rare but practically unheard of"--Frazier). Laid into a half red morocco drop box with the Derrydale logo on spine and a red morocco inset label on the upper cover, also with gilt stamped Derrydale logo. Siegel 70; Frazier P-7-b [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Blumen vor roter Wand. Öl auf Lwd.

      1933 1933 - 46 x 35 cm, Tadell. in Rahmen Links unten monogrammiert «Sc». Auf Rückseite signiert, datiert und betitelt.Giuseppe Scartezzini (1895-1967), geboren in Innsbruck, später in Zürich. Maler und Glasmaler. Wand- und sakrale Glasmalerei, Profan- und Kabinettscheiben. Stillleben und Interieurs. (SIK) 5000 gr.

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        The Great WarIn Twenty-Six Parts

      London - George NewnesLimited 1933 - An uncommon collection of theseperiodicals dealing with the scenes and various fronts associated with thefirst world war, in the original 26 fortnightly parts. Bound in their original pictorial wrappers. Fully illustrated with photographs, drawings and maps. Chapters include:1905-1910 Milestones to Armageddon, 1911 The Crisis of Agadir, The Dusk of Hapsburg, 1914 The Murder of Archduke, Ireland and the European Balance,The Austrian Ultimatum, The Fronts and the Combatants, The Crisis, Declarations of War, The Mobilization of the Navy, 1914 The Passage of the Army, The Invasion of France, The Marne, The Mobilization Interval,The Assembly of the EasternArmies, Austria Against Russia, The Battle of Lemberg, The Invasion of East Prussia, The Battle of Tannenberg, The First Masurian Lakes, The End of the World Crisis. Pagination is continuous, with part 26 ending on page 1668. Churchill was also a prolific writer of books, writing a novel, two biographies, three volumes of memoirs, and several histories in addition to his many newspaper articles. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953 for his mastery of historical and biographical description as well as for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values. Two of his most famous works, published after his first premiership brought his international fame to new heights, were his six-volume memoir The Second World War and A History of the English-Speaking Peoples; a four-volume history covering the period from Caesar's invasions of Britain (55 BC) to the beginning of the First World War (1914). With contemporary advertisements throughout. On front wraps of parts 1 through 21 is printed To be completed in about 24 fortnightly parts. On front wraps of parts 22 through 26 is printed To be concluded in twenty-six parts. Complete in twenty-six parts. Condition: In original pictorial paper wraps. Externally, all parts are sound and bright, with some light chipping to the extremities, and marks to the rear wraps. Minor loss to the spines of parts 3,7, 13, 19, 21 and 25. Internally, all volumes are firmly bound and bright, with only the odd spot and handling mark. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Crociera Aerea del Decennale. Numero unico de 'Le vie dell'aria'.

      Subject: (Aeronautica). Roma, 1933, folio (50 cm.) pp. 50 con ill. ed una bella litografia a colori di cm. 53, 5 x 38 su foglio di 68 x 50 sulla "Crociera Aerea del Decennale" di U(mberto) Di Lazzaro con minimi restauri, ben eseguiti, alla piegatura centrale.

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        Historia de los heterodoxos españoles, por el Doctor don. Director de la Real Academia de la Historia. Segunda edición refundida

      Librería General de Victoriano Suárez, Madrid 1933 - 7 vols. Holandesa piel, lomos con nervios e hilos dorados. Retrato del autor

      [Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón]
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        Vintage Snapshot Photograph of the Babe and the Duke on Waikiki Beach

      Small vintage snapshot photograph of Babe Ruth and Duke Kahanamoku on Waikiki Beach. 4.5" x 2.75". Mounted on a black album page and presumably removed from an album. Near fine. The photo depicts both sports legends in bathing suits, standing with paddles in front of an outrigger canoe. In the background, another Hawaiian man brandishes a paddle (left-handed, as the Babe would do) and appears to be about to swat both of the legends in the back of the head. The two met in 1933 or 1934 when Ruth accompanied a barnstorming team that included Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, and Lefty Gomez. We have seen other copies of this photograph, so assume that it achieved some modest distribution in Hawaii. .

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        MUKHA TSOKOTOOKA [THE CHATTERING FLY]

      1933. Paperback. 2. RUSSIAN. (KONASHEVICH,V.) MUKHA TSOKOTOOKA [THE CHATTERING FLY] [by] K. Chukovskii. 1933. Small 4to (7 x 8 5/8"), pictorial wraps, corner creases else VG. 1st edition. This is the story of humanized flies and what happens when one is grabbed at her birthday party by a spider. There are wonderful, fanciful black and white illustrations by V. Konashevich on every page. This title was denounced and almost banned by the government as bourgeois and not suitable for Soviet children who were meant to read books grounded in realism. See Leveque: Dictionnaire p. 114.

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        MICKEY MOUSE HAPPY BIRTHDAY

      1933. 1. DISNEY,WALT. [MICKEY MOUSE HAPPY BIRTHDAY]. This is a fabulous early Disney Mickey folder sized piece printed on both sides. Published by Hall Brothers circa 1933. Issued as a folded birthday card, it was designed to be opened into one large sheet. When folded, it measures 4x5 inches and each unfolding brings new text referring to the enlargements of the piece: When folded it reads: "This page measures 4x5 BUT Goodness Gracious Sakes Alive" [open the card] "Although it measures 8 x 10" [open the card] You'd Have To Open It Again [open the card] "To Make It Wide Enough To Say THIS BIG, LONG WISH FOR YOU TODAY." It now measures 18" high by 22" wide and this printed side has 4 wonderful Mickey Mouse scenes. The other side is a poster image with Mickey holding a birthday cake on his head. Above him in large red letters are the words HAPPY BIRTHDAY where each letter is depicted in humanized form with arms, hats, faces etc. At either end of the phrase are illustrations of Mickey. Faint creases where folded as a card else FINE WITH ORIGINAL ENVELOPE DATED 1933! Rare.

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        Marlborough: His Life and Times, full set of six U.S. first edition, first printings in the rare first state dust jackets and slipcases

      Here is a full set of six U.S. first edition, first printings in the rare first state dust jackets and slipcases. Winston Churchill's monumental biography of his great ancestor, John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough took 10 years of research and writing and is the most substantial published work of Churchill's "wilderness years" in the 1930s. The first volume was published in 1933, with the final volume published in 1938 on the eve of the Second World War. Richard Langworth says "To understand the Churchill of the Second World War, the majestic blending of his commanding English with historical precedent, one has to read Marlborough." The British first edition was issued in four volumes. The U.S. publisher chose to split the first two volumes into two books each, resulting in a six volume set that is otherwise identical in content to the British. The first four U.S. volumes were originally issued in two-volume sets, with cream-colored dust jackets featuring green print. The fifth volume was originally issued in a white dust jacket with a red-printed design matching that of the two slipcases for volumes I & II and volumes III & IV. Only in 1938, when the sixth and final U.S. volume was published, were the more commonly seen blue and gold dust jackets issued. Today the first state dust jackets are quite scarce, and the fragile original slipcases doubly so. This is a full, first state set comprising truly fine first printing volumes in very good or better dust jackets with the two publisher's slipcases. All six volumes feature immaculate green cloth bindings and bright contents with absolutely no spotting and no inscriptions. The first four volumes are virtually as-new with especially bright page edges, having been protected by both their original dust jackets and the slipcases. All six dust jackets are unclipped. The cream-colored dust jackets of the first four volumes all show uniform toning to the spines and some modest chipping, mostly at the spine ends. The Volume V dust jacket is highly complete with fractional chipping at the spine ends and some toning of the spine. The Volume VI dust jacket remains bright and highly complete with some wrinkling at the spine ends, a small chip to the upper front corner, and some vertical creasing to the front face. All six dust jackets are protected in removable, archival quality clear covers. The Volumes I & II slipcase is bright and complete, but separating at the upper right, right rear, and lower right seams. There is a small, faint pencil notation on the slipcase spine that may be previous bookseller pricing. The volume III & IV slipcase is complete with some soiling to the top edge, wear at the opening edges, and separation at the upper right, right rear, and lower right seams. Please anticipate the possibility of additional postage costs for this large, heavy, set, which we will pack with care. Bibliographic reference: A97.4(I-VI).a, Woods/ICS A49(ba), Langworth p.169.

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        Festival Intern'le Di Musica. Sotto L'Alto Patronato Di S.A.R. Marie Di Piemonte. 8-16 Settembre 1934, XII Venezia. Opera De Camera Concerti, Danze Classiche. Original-Farblithographie.

      1933 - 1933. Blattgrösse: 100x70 cm. 1 Blatt. Unten links im Stein signiert. Lithographie entstand bei F. Garzia, Venezia. An den Rändern etwas knitterig, oben mit kl. Anriss und kleier Eckfehlstelle. Nato a San Lorenzo a Colline nel 1898, Piombanti frequenta la Scuola Professionale per le Arti Decorative di Firenze e poi i corsi di scultura di Libero Spartaco Andreotti all’Istituto Statale d’Arte di Porta Romana. Dopo il diploma nel 1918, ricopre la cattedra di Storia e Arte della Ceramica alla Scuola d’Arte della Ceramica di Sesto Fiorentino. Sin dalla metà degli anni ’20 si dedica alla ceramica artistica e alla grafica pubblicitaria, ottenendo i primi lusinghieri riconoscimenti. Nel 1937 vince il Gran Premio per la Ceramica alla Mostra Universale di Parigi. Muore a Firenze nell’estate del 1996. An den Rändern etwas knitterig, oben mit kl. Anriss und kleier Eckfehlstelle.

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        CIBA ZEITSCHRIFT.Nummer 1 (Sept. 1933, 1. Jahrgang) bis Nummer 132 ( Dez. 1952), in 11 Bänden.

      1933-1952, Basel, 1933 - S/W Photographien, reliures mobiles de l?éditeur, couverture conservée. Bon état.

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        A Green Bough

      Harrison Smith and Robert Haas. New York. Harrison Smith and Robert Haas. 1933 Bound in wheat coloured linen over boards. Black titles. Decorated with two Lynd Ward vignettes to front cover. 8vo. 6.5" x 8.75". This Edition Limited to 360 copies, of which this is #241. Set in Janson type and imprinted upon Milano paper. Signed and numbered in ink by William Faulkner. Illustrated with woodblock engraved Art Deco vignettes in duotone by Lynd Ward. Faulkner published but two volumes of poetry during his lifetime, this being the final. Usual darkening to spine area (most common for this book). Moderate offset to front pastedown(blank) and front free endsheet(blank) most probably from an old paper insert. Else, a Fine, extremely bright and crisp copy of this exceedingly scarce issue.

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        Winner Take Nothing

      Hardcover, Fine, Very Good. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1933. First Edition / First Printing. Original black cloth boards with gold paper labels. Scribner's Seal and ""A"" are present on the copyright page. In the jacket priced at $2.00 at the front flap and has Laurence Stallings review at the rear panel. {ref: Hanneman A12a}. Book Condition: Fine, clean boards and spine, book is tight and square, clean pages, tight spine, soft shelf wear. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+, wrapped in a new clean removable mylar cover, original jacket priced at $2.00 at the front flap, Laurence Stallings review at the rear panel, shelf wear and two chips at the rear panel.

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        Mickey Mouse in King Arthur's Court

      NY: Blue Ribbon Books, (1933). First edition. Fine. Hardcover. 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.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen

      House of Books NY: House of Books, 1933. First edition, limited to 300 copies. This rather grim tale appeared again later the same year, slightly revised and censored, in Hemingway's collection "Winner Take Nothing." Light fading to spine of red cloth boards, else near fine.

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        Bulletin hebdomadaire de Police Criminelle [Reliure des n° 1340 à 1365, juillet à décembre 1933]

      Police Criminelle 1933 Fort volume en reliure toilée réunissant les n° 1340 (3 juillet 1933) à 1365 (25 décembre 1933) du Bulletin hebdomadaire de Police Criminelle. Ensemble d'environ 800pp. [les bulletins font de 23 à 45pp. chacun]. Une étiquette imprimée avec les références collée au dos. La reliure est très usagée, les bulletins en bon état. Nombreuses annotations. Rarissime documentation d'archives policières. Ces bulletins étaient évidemment à usage professionnel et interne. L'anthropométrie triomphait dans la lutte contre le crime. Toute une vision morale se révèle dans cette littérature administrative : « fréquente les milieux algériens », « délit de vagabondage ». Les signes particuliers sont l'objet de descriptions minutieuses : « poitrine développée, emploie de la poudre de riz couleur ocre » ; « porte généralement des culottes bouffantes et des leggins » ; « verrue à la joue droite, cicatrice de furoncle au poignet gauche » ; « tête très allongée » ; « accoutrement genre artiste lunette en écaille, couleur blonde ». Dans les demandes de recherches : une femme qui « se présente dans les établissements religieux, munie de recommandation provenant de la supérieure d'un couvent. Elle demande des renseignements, pour sa s?ur, dit-elle, qui veut être religieuse, puis se dit très contrariée, car venue dans la localité pour y faire des achats, elle a perdu la somme d'agent que sa mère lui avait remise pour payer les fournisseurs. Elle accepte l'offre d'argent qui peut lui être faite, promettant de rembourser quelques jours après, mais ne reparaît plus. » : une troupe de danseurs et danseuses ambulants connue sous le nom de « Lee-Thung Foo » Chaque n° comprend une table alphabétique des individus répertoriés ; de nombreuses pages d'individus recherchés, avec leur description anthropométrique et une ou deux photos, leur date et lieu de naissance, parfois le motif de la recherche, des renseignements pour identification ; des demandes de recherches ; des listes de bijoux et objets volés (parfois avec photos) ; des avis de cessations de recherches ; la table alphabétique des individus compris au B.P.C. Ce bulletin était adressé gratuitement à Messieurs les procureurs généraux, Procureurs de la République, Juges d'instruction, Commissaires de Police, Commandants de Brigades de gendarmerie, Directeurs de Maisons centrales, Surveillants-Chefs de Maison d'arrêt, en Elgérie et en Tunisie. Cette reliure a appartenu au Commissariat général de la ville d'Orléans, qui y apposa son tampon en première page de chaque bulletin. (sw) Satisfaisant couverture rigide Edition originale

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        Marlborough, His Life and Times, full set of finely bound British first editions

      Churchill's monumental biography of his great ancestor, John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough took 10 years of research and writing and is the most substantial published work of Churchill's "wilderness years" in the 1930s.  The final volume was published on the eve of the Second World War.  "To understand the Churchill of the Second World War, the majestic blending of his commanding English with historical precedent, one has to read Marlborough."  (Richard Langworth, A Connoisseur's Guide to the Works of Sir Winston Churchill). The first edition of Marlborough was originally issued in four volumes between 1933 and 1938.  Here is an excellent full set of four first edition, first printings sumptuously bound by the renowned Bayntun-Riviere bindery of Bath, England.  The binding is half pebble-grain crimson morocco over red cloth boards.  Features include raised spine bands, ruled panels, decorated compartments, leather corners, gilt ruled transitions, gilt top edges, head and foot bands, and marbled endpapers.  Spine presentation is spectacular.  The binding is in excellent, nearly as-new condition, showing only a few tiny corner bumps and a tiny scratch or two on the leather.  The contents are worthy of the binding, being crisp, clean, bright and tight - and clearly never read.  All maps, plans, and illustrations are present and pristine.  There is no spotting whatsoever and no inscriptions or previous ownership markings of any kind.  The gilt top edges remain bright and the fore edges are unusually bright as well, with none of the usual toning.  The sole flaw detected is some minor staining on the fore edges of Volumes III and IV, which does not affect the text margins.  Please note that this large, heavy set may require additional shipping costs. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A97.1.a, Woods/ICS A40(aa), Langworth p.166.

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        Alien Corn

      Charles Scribner's Sons New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1933. First. First edition. Fine without dustwrapper. Warmly Inscribed by the author. A relatively short running but important play which featured Katharine Cornell and Luther Adler in the original Broadway run. Very scarce signed -- Howard died in a farm accident in 1939. He was awarded a posthumous Academy Award for his screenplay for Gone With the Wind (making him the first writer to win both a screenplay Oscar and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama). .

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        Weird Tales Magazine ( Pulp ) / Volume 22 # 1, July 1933 ( Hand of Glory; Voodoo Song; Fire Creatures; Thing from the Grave; Horror in the Museum; Golden Blood (part 4); Dreams in the Witch House; Ubbo-Sathla; Green Tea, etc)

      Chicago: Popular Fiction Publishing Company / Weird Tales Magazine ( Pulp ) / Volume 22 # 1, July 1933, 1st Edition, 1st Printing, 1933. -----------pulp, about 7 x 10 inches, a solid Good to Very Good copy, light rubbing and wear, clear tape on spine, age toning to paper but not brittle, this copy was CAS's own copy bearing his signature on the front page and two pencil hand corrections to his story, obviously RARE signed, this contains: Golden Blood [Part 4 of 6] by Jack Williamson; The Dreams in the Witch-House by H. P. Lovecraft; The Fire Creatures by Edmond Hamilton; Green Tea by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu; The Hand of Glory by Seabury Quinn; The Horror in the Museum by H. P. Lovecraft [as Hazel Heald]; The Man on the Ground by Robert E. Howard; The Thing From the Grave by Harold Ward; Ubbo-Sathla by Clark Ashton Smith; Poems: The Dance of the Dead by Robert B. Gray; Pirates' Cave by Alfred I. Tooke; Voodoo Song by Mary Elizabeth Counselman, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Signed. First Edition. Pulp. Good. Illus. by Margaret Brundage Cover Art.

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        The 'Pop-up' Silly Symphonies

      NY: Blue Ribbon, (1933). First edition. Hardcover. Very good/Very good. 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.

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        Nightmares - a Collection of Uneasy Tales --- Creeps Series ( High Tide; Escape; Binkie; Hangman's Cottage; Headless Leper; The Happy Dancers; Haunted Bungalow; End of the Holiday; Is it True?; The Curse; The Whimpus; The Woollen Helmet )

      London: Philip Allan, 1933, 1st Edition, 1st Printing -----------hardcover, a Very Good+ copy with just a wee bit of very light wear and a bit of age toning to paper, in a chipped and torn but largely intact, attractive dustjacket, some old tape repairs to verso of the jacket (no show through to the front ), nice vintage cover art, a true rarity in dustjacket, this contains: High Tide by Gaskell; The Escape by Rathio; Binkie by Tibbett; Hangman's Cottage by Murray; The Headless Leper by Cowles (1st book appearance); The Happy Dancers by Charles Lloyd ( Birkin ); The Haunted Bungalow by Milne; End of the Holiday by Chappell; Is it True? by Converse; The Curse by Aggett; The Whimpus by Robbins; The Woollen Helmet by Erroll, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Good. Illus. by Uncredited Cover Art.

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        Mickey Mouse in King Arthur's Court

      Blue Ribbon Books NY: Blue Ribbon Books, (1933). First edition. Fine. Hardcover. 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.

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        The Star-Born. With wood engravings by C.F.Tunnicliffe

      Faber, London, 1933. First Edition - one of a deluxe issue of 70 specially bound, numbered and signed copies printed on handmade paper - this copy unsigned and marked 'Out of Series'. Green parchment-vellum, lettered in gold at spine. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Illustrated with fifteen full-page wood-engravings, eighteen tailpieces and two vignettes by C.F.Tunnicliffe. Boards lifting a fraction and vellum quite faded at backstrip. Internally in fine state. No dust wrapper, as issued. One of the scarcest editions in the Williamson canon. This deluxe issue was originally to be limited to fifty copies but the print run was increased quite late in the publication process necessitating the disposal of the first gathering which Williamson had already signed. Included with this volume is one of those original fifty signed colophons.. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.

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        AEGRI SOMNIA

      , Bruxelles, Librairie Nationale d'Art et d'Histoire, 1933 1933 Broché, couverture papier illustrée, page de titre au vignette, papier Pannekoek, 180 x 260mm., 185pp., pages ne sont pas coupés. Un des 12 exemplaires hors commerce. Très bon état.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Erik Tonen]
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        Hopitaux Sanatoria - Cliniques - Maison de Santé - Maison de Retraite

      Editions Albert Morancé 1933 Extrait de l'Architecture Vivante

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        THE ROYAL LIVERPOOL GOLF CLUB A History 1869-1932. With a foreword by Bernard Darwin.

      Hardcover. No dust-wrapper. 310 pages. Illustrated with black & white plates, and four plans, one of which is folding. Original green cloth, gilt. Octavo. First edition. Two pages are browned from press cuttings; else a very good copy.

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        Histoire des colonies françaises et de l'expansion de la France dans le monde ( 6 tomes -complet ) : 1. Introduction générale - L'Amérique ; 2. L'Algérie ; 3. Le Maroc, la Tunisie, la Syrie ; 4. Afrique occidentale française, Afrique équatoriale française, la côte des Somalis ; 5. L'Inde - L'Indochine ; 6. Madagascar, les Comores, les îles de France et de Bourbon, le Pacifique français, les Français dans l'Afrique du sud - Conclusion générale

      6 vol. in-4 rel. demi-chagrin vert, dos à 5 nerfs, couv. conservées, ill. noir et blanc, qques pl. couleurs, Société de l'Histoire nationale - Librairie Plon, les petits-fils de Plon et Nourrit, Paris, 1929 à 1934, 630, 547, 604, 609, 598, 583 pp. Très bel exemplaire (qques lég. frott. sur couv, très bon état par ailleurs, avec intérieur bien frais. Prix pour l'ensemble. Poids de 14,2 Kg Français

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        IL FASCINO DELL'EGITTO Autografo e dedica

      Mondadori 1933Rara prima edizione con Firma autografa e dedica di Marinetti.Brossura cm 19 x 14 , pagine 178,velina originale dell'epoca, in perfette condizioni generali.LVRS01

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        Chartes du Forez antérieures au XIVe siècle. (24 Tomes en 32 Volumes - Complet) Tomes 1 et 2 : Pièces n° 1 à 300 - Préface, carte du Forez et table des pièces 1 à 300 - Tome 3 : Pièces n° 301 à 450 - Tome IV : Pièces 451 à 600 et Table des Noms des pièces 301 à 600 - Tome V : Pièces 601 à 720 - Tome VI : Pièces 721 à 850 - Tome VII : Pièces 851 à 905 - Tome VIII : Pièces 906 à 910 - Tome IX : Pièces 911 à 1050 - [ Tome X ] Tables des pièces 1 à 1050 - Tome XI : Pièces 1051 à 1150 - Tome XII : Pièces 1151 à 1200 - Tome XIII : Chartes n° 1201 à 1232 - Tome XIV : Chartes 1233 à 1254 - Tome XV : Les dîmes en Forez. Joint : Les Neumes en Forez. En marge du Tome XV - Tome XVI : Chartes n° 1255 à 1283 - - Tome XVII : Charte n° 1284 - Tome XVIII : Chartes figurant dans les Cartulaires de Savigny et de Cluny (avec : ) Chartes figurant dans les cartulaires de Cluny (avec : ) Album de photographies d'originaux accompagnant le tome XVIII ( avec : ) En marge du T. XVIII Le cartulaire de l'aumônerie de Savigny - Tome XIX : Chartes 1763 à 1775 - [ Tome XX ] : Tables III par Perroy et IV par Gonon - Tome XXI : Chartes 1285 à 1434 - Tome XXII : Chartes 1435 à 1557 - Tome XXIII : Chartes 1558 à 1686 - Tome XXIV : Tables des Chartes 1251 à 1686

      Protat 1933 24 Tomes en 32 volumes reliés, brochés ou en feuillets : Tomes 1 et 2 : Pièces n° 1 à 300, Protat, Macon, 1933 en 2 vol. in-4 reliure mobile de l'éditeur / Préface, carte du Forez et table des pièces 1 à 300 en 1 vol. in-4 relié demi-percaline éditeur, Prôtat, Macon, 1933 / Tome 3 : Pièces n° 301 à 450, en 1 vol. in-4 reliure mobile de l'éditeur / Tome IV : Pièces 451 à 600 et Table des Noms des pièces 301 à 600, en 1 vol. in-4 reliure mobile de l'éditeur, Prôtat, Macon, 1935 / Tome V : Pièces 601 à 720 en 1 vol. in-4 reliure mobile de l'éditeur, Prôtat, Macon, 1936 / Tome VI : Pièces 721 à 850 en 1 vol. in-4 reliure mobile de l'éditeur, Prôtat, Macon, 1937 / Tome VII : Pièces 851 à 905 en 1 vol. in-4 reliure mobile de l'éditeur, Prôtat, Macon, 1938 / Tome VIII : Pièces 906 à 910 en 1 vol. in-4 reliure mobile de l'éditeur, Prôtat, Macon, 1942 / Tome IX : Pièces 911 à 1050 en 1 vol. in-4 en feuillets sous reliure cartonné de l'éditeur, Prôtat, Macon, 1943 / [ Tome X ] Tables des pièces 1 à 1050, par Perroy et Marguerite Gonon en 2 vol. in-4 br., Protat Frères, Macon, 1944 / Tome XI : Pièces 1051 à 1150, en 1 vol. in-4 en feuillets sous reliure cartonné de l'éditeur, Prôtat, Macon, 1948 / Tome XII : Pièces 1151 à 1200 en 1 vol. in-4, Protat, Mâcon, 1950 / Tome XIII : Chartes n° 1201 à 1232, Protat, Mâcon, 1954 / Tome XIV : Chartes 1233 à 1254 en 1 vol. in-4 en feuillet sous couv. brochée, Protat, Mâcon, 1955 / Tome XV : Les dîmes en Forez. Joint : Les Neumes en Forez. En marge du Tome XV, en 2 vol. in-4 br., Protat, Mâcon, 1957 et 1960 / Tome XVI : Chartes n° 1255 à 1283, en 1 vol. in-4 br., Protat, Mâcon, 1962 / Tome XVII : Charte n° 1284, en 1 vol. in-4 br., Protat, Mâcon, 1962 / Tome XVIII : Chartes figurant dans les Cartulaires de Savigny et de Cluny (avec : ) Chartes figurant dans les cartulaires de Cluny (avec : ) Album de photographies d'originaux accompagnant le tome XVIII ( avec : ) En marge du T. XVIII Le cartulaire de l'aumônerie de Savign, l'ensemble en 4 vol. in-4 br., Audin, Lyon, Dumas, Saint-Etienne, 1965 et 1966 / Tome XIX : Chartes 1763 à 1775, en 1 vol. in-4 br., Dumas, Saint-Etienne, 1969 / [ Tome XX ] : Tables III par Perroy et IV par Gonon, en 2 vol. in-4 br., Protat, Mâcon, 1969-1970 / Tome XXI : Chartes 1285 à 1434, en 1 vol. in-4 br., Klincksieck, 1973 / Tome XXII : Chartes 1435 à 1557, en 1 vol. in-4 br., Klincksieck, 1975 / Tome XXIII : Chartes 1558 à 1686, en 1 vol. in-4 br., Klincksieck, 1978 / Tome XXIV : Tables des Chartes 1251 à 1686, Klincksieck, Paris, 1980 Très rare ensemble parfaitement complet du tome 1 au tome 24. Bon ensemble (certains volumes dédicacés, qq. frott. sur couv.) Français

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        Down and Out in Paris and London

      Victor Gollancz 1933 Opera prima dell'Autore Molto buono (Very Good)

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        OF THEE I SING. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1933 First UK edition. 8vo. Black boards with orange paper spine label very fine & sharp in a fine dw with two tiny chip. An outstanding copy of the first musical to ever win a Pullitzer Prize.. 1st Edition.

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        The Farmer's Year. A Calendar of English Husbandry. Written and Engraved by...

      London: Collins, 1933.. First edition, oblong folio, (vi), 54, (2) pp. 12 full page wood engravings and 7 vignettes plus initial letters. Original gilt titled green cloth, some marks and fading to the edges, lower cover with a damp stain, some bubbling to the rear paste down as a result, d.w. with loss to the lower edge of the upper wrapper and a closed tear to the same, some browning and light edge wear.

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        " WALLS OF GOLD" BY KATHLEEN NORRIS ... SCREEN PLAY BY ... [wrapper title]

      Hollywood: Fox Film Corp. 27 July28 August 1933. Hollywood: Fox Film Corp., 27 July - 28 August 1933.. 96 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Bradbound in studio wrappers. Overlap edges and spine covering of wrappers a bit snagged and torn, relevant annotations on upper wrapper, very good. An unspecified draft of this screenplay by Cole, based on an adaptation of Norris's novel by Edmond Seward and Wallace Sullivan. A pencil list on the upper wrapper indicates the dates at which revisions were incorporated over the span noted above. Kenneth MacKenna directed the October 1933 release, starring Sally Eilers, Norman Foster, et al. Cole was one of the cofounders of the Screen Writers Guild, and in 1934 joined the CPA. Like his other colleagues known as the "Hollywood Ten," Cole refused to cooperate with the HUAC in 1947, was sentenced to a year in prison and a fine, and was placed on the Blacklist. He continued to work sporadically under pennames, and his last major film, BORN FREE, was so credited. WALLS OF GOLD is the third writing credit ascribed to him by the IMDB. Scarce.

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        Original Typescript of "Tribute to a Hero"

      1933. 23 pages, carbon typescript, with approximately three dozen changes made in Cain's hand, and more than a dozen additional small variations between this text and the published version. Published in American Mercury in November 1933, "Tribute to a Hero," is an autobiographical piece about the Cain family following the father's 1903 job change from St. John's College at Annapolis to Washington College at Chestertown, MD, and the culture shock that ensued from this move to a "hick place" from one of "smartness, competence, and class," a state of affairs that was partially redeemed by the actions of "a great man" (with an assist from Cain's father) on the occasion of a Washington College-Maryland Agricultural College football game. Published the year before his first novel, The Postman Always Rings Twice (and following Our Government in 1930, nonfiction based on Cain's column for New York World). Called "one of Cain's finest essays" by David Madden in James M. Cain: Hard-Boiled Mythmaker. Carbon paper a bit yellowed, some pencil rubbing, not affecting text; near fine. An early manuscript of a boyhood epiphany by a writer who gained a place in the literary pantheon for his famous first novel, which is still considered one of the high spots of American hard-boiled fiction. .

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        Miroir a deux faces.

      Paris: Le Divan, printed by Aimé Jourde, 1933. With a vignette on the title, which is repeated on the wrapper, and 18 original lithographic illustr. in colour + 15 full-page original lithographs in colour all by L. Cappiello, printed by Lucien Serre + an extra volume with the 15 original full-page lithographs in 6 to 9 states, in all 115 original lithographs. Loose leaves in orig. wrappers. In marbled folder, frontcover loose. In slipcase.. Enclosed 2 pages of the authors original manuscript, starting on page 44 and ending on page 46. Only printed in 80 copies of which this is number VII of 20 copies printed on "Japon Nacré a la forme". The justification du tirage neither mention the extra volume with the 115 lithographs nor the two pages of the manuscript. Monod 1755, who states that the total edition is 100 copies of which 20 should be accompanied by an extra volume "avec suit sous volume séparé"

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        The Star-Born. With wood engravings by C.F.Tunnicliffe.

      Faber, London, 1933.. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition - one of a deluxe issue of 70 specially bound, numbered and signed copies printed on handmade paper - this copy unsigned and marked 'Out of Series'. Green parchment-vellum, lettered in gold at spine. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Illustrated with fifteen full-page wood-engravings, eighteen tailpieces and two vignettes by C.F.Tunnicliffe. Boards lifting a fraction and vellum quite faded at backstrip. Internally in fine state. No dust wrapper, as issued. One of the scarcest editions in the Williamson canon. This deluxe issue was originally to be limited to fifty copies but the print run was increased quite late in the publication process necessitating the disposal of the first gathering which Williamson had already signed. Included with this volume is one of those original fifty signed colophons.

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        Le corset dans l´art et les moeurs du XIIIe au XXe siècle. Lettre-préface de Louis Barthou de l´Académie française.

      Paris, F. Libron, 1933. Frontispiece + V + 170 s. + 34 svartvita planscher i anslutning till texten + 8 faksimil + 40 planscher, varav 12 i färg, i avslutande opaginerad planschdel. Dessutom teckningar i texten. Helskinnband med fem upphöjda bind och helt guldsnitt. Stort format: 31,5 X 28 cm. Frampärmen med fläckad rand och enstaka fläckar. Bakpärmen och ryggen har också fläckar.. Complete with all plates, 34 + 40 (whereof 12 in colour) + 8 facsimiles. Full calf

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        Winner Take Nothing

      Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933. Hardcover, Near Fine, Fair. "Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1933. First Edition / First Printing. Original black cloth boards with gold paper labels. Scribner's Seal and """"A"""" are present on the copyright page. In the jacket priced at $2.00 at the front flap and has Laurence Stallings review at the rear panel. {ref: Hanneman A12a}. Book Condition: Near Fine, clean boards and spine, soft shelf wear, spine very mildly rolled, clean pages, tight spine, a few light spots at the endpaper. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair, wrapped in a new clean removable mylar cover, original jacket priced at $2.00 at the front flap, Laurence Stallings review at the rear panel, chipping and tears, paper loss at the jacket spine, tears with tape repair at the folds of the jacket spine."

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        To A God Unknown

      New York: Robert O. Ballou, 1933. First American Edition. First Issue. Octavo (19.5cm); bound in light green cloth stamped in gilt on the spine, all edges trimmed, with a black topstain; dustjacket; 325pp. Front right corners lightly tapped but still sharp, upper foreedges slightly sunned, with some minor offset from jacket onto the spine; a tight, Near Fine copy. The dustjacket is bright and unfaded, with a few pinpoint rubs to the front corner tips and crown of the spine, white spine lettering imperceptibly toned, with three tiny edge tears and an old cellotape stain on the verso of the rear panel; Near Fine. Laid into this copy is a small promotional pamphlet issued by the publisher for Steinbeck's previous novel 'The Pastures of Heaven,' an uncommon ephemeral item we have seen just once before. A pleasing copy of Steinbeck's third book, with none of the usual rubbing or fading to the spine ends. Quite scarce, with a small first printing of just 598 copies. GOLDSTONE & PAYNE A3.a.

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        To a God Unknown (First Edition)

      New York: Robert A. Ballou, 1933. First Edition. First Edition. One of 598 copies printed. & & Near Fine and unread in a dust jacket that is Fine but for some light chipping at the crown (titling not affected). A minute bit of toning at the top of the backstrip, in the same spot. An exceptionally bright, fresh example. In a custom quarter-leather clamshell box.& & Goldstone and Payne A3a. Morrow 48. Ahearn APG 003a.

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        Schalmei vom Schelmenried. Bibliophile, nummerierte Ausgabe: Nr. 22 von 250 handsignierten Exemplaren mit 22 handkolorierten Zeichnungen von Alfred Kubin.

      5 ungez. Blatt, 89,1 S. 2 Blatt. Or.-Pappband mit "Japanparierüberzug" und einer Deckelvign. Kl.4to. EA. Raabe 263,6. Das leere Vorsatzblatt sauber, fast unsichtbar abgetrennt. Der helle Einband ein wenig fingerfleckig, Rücken lichtgebräunt, Ecken unten, sowie Kapital oben ein w. durchgerieben bzw. rissig. Vorderer Buchdeckel "japanpapierbedingt" ein wenig berieben. Noch gutes Exemplar.

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        The Outermost House

      Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc. Garden City 1933, c1928. Reprint of 1933 Very good in dark blue cloth covered boards with silver colored text stamping on the spine and the same on the front board which is quite bright and clean. The top edge is trimmed with a light blue-gray stain and the other edges of the text block are untrimmed. A small octavo measuring 8" by 5 1/2" with a small closed tear to the cloth at the head of the spine. The hinges and joints remain tight and strong. Without its very scarce issued dust jacket. Signed and inscribed on the first free end page: "To Harold and Helen Arnold | from a grateful newcomer | to the Isles of Shoals | Henry Beston". Also, tipped on to the fly title page is an original, 4" by 2 1/3", black and white photograph of the author standing in shorts, sport coat and tie at the corner of a stone structure with waves breaking in the distance. Sub-titled: "A year of life on the Great Beach of Cape Cod" is the treasured, natural history classic narrative of Beston's year-long stay at the "Fo'castle" (a small, two-room cottage overlooking the beach facing the Atlantic Ocean). In 1959 Beston gave his little cabin and surrounding acreage to the Massachusetts Audubon Society. In 1964 to honor Beston and his book the cabin was dedicated a National Literary Landmark. 222 pages of text and illustrated with 31 black and white photographic plates by William A. Bradford and others. Laid-in at the rear of the book is a color 1985 postcard of the Outermost House, Nauset Beach, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Our code number = TB26213

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        Five Line Blocks of The Goops

      [circa 1930s]. Five partial line blocks from one of Gelett Burgess's Goops books that had been repurposed for a McNeil Laboratories advertisement circa 1930s. Zinc metal plates mounted on wood blocks of various sizes from approximately 2" x 2.5" to 6.5" x 4". A touch of damage to the head of one Goop, likely from the blocks being cut down from a larger full-sized image, else near fine. Laid in is an Autographed Letter Signed from Grace McNeil along with an envelope and the tattered original mailer from McNeil Laboratories. Grace McNeil was the wife of Robert Lincoln McNeil, who in 1933 founded McNeil Laboratories which is now part of Johnson & Johnson. She apparently sent the wood blocks to a friend to use and explains in the letter: "These are the remnants of the 'Goops.' The book of the original design was once lent to I-don't-remember-Whom. So this is all! I don't seem to have a printing of a third flyer [advertisement], which there is a die of. If you can use them the printer can cut away the names, as we had done."The Goops were a popular series of seven children's books published by Burgess starting in 1900 with Goops and How to be Them and ending with New Goops and How to Know Them in 1951, the year of his death. The books taught children manners by exposing readers to the poor behavior of the ever bumptious Goops children depicted through pictures and verse. The line blocks here show Goops cooking, sitting at a table eating, walking with packages, and using an early telephone. McNeil Laboratories incorporated the Goops into their advertising by cutting down some of the line blocks used to print their books and recycling select images that best fit their marketing needs.A nice example of licensing for this popular 20th Century children's book and the recyclable nature of materials during The Great Depression. .

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        History of the Indian Tribes of North America; with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs [Volumes I and III only]

      Edinburgh: John Grant. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. 1933; 1934. New edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [just a bit of shelfwear and light bumping to bottom edges/corners, one-time owner's rubber-stamped signature on front pastedowns (both volumes); jackets are uniformly age-toned (somewhat more at spines), with general soiling and some wrinkling along the top edges, but with no tears or chips]. (2 photogravure ports.; 72 color plates; 2 maps) Regrettably incomplete set (Volumes I and III only; Volume II is not present) of this classic work, originally published in three folio volumes issued in 1836, 1838 and 1844. The introduction to this "New Edition," by editor Hodge, presents an account of the creation of the original work (including much biographical information about the authors) and an extensive bibliographical discussion of numerous editions that followed, in particular the history of the work's most notable feature: the color portraits of many Native Americans, primarily tribal chiefs. Because the portraits, which hung originally at the War Department and later at the Smithsonian Institution, had been painted from life (and predated the widespread use of photography), in many instances they represent the only existing images of their subjects; and because most of the originals were destroyed in the 1865 Smithsonian fire, only the published reproductions remain. This edition contained 123 color plates in all, of which 72 are present in the two volumes on offer, as are the two color maps, at the end of Volume III. .

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