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        SSSR na Stroike" (USSR in Construction) No. 12, (December) 1935: (dedicated to the brave Soviet paratroopers) [Parachute Issue]

      (The State Publishing House of Graphic Arts), M (Moscow) 1935 - Folio (16 1/2 x 11 3/4"). Unpaginated. Original illustrated wrappers, with red and black lettering on front cover. "USSR in Construction" was a stunning photographic propaganda magazine published in the Soviet Union from 1930 to 1941, and briefly in 1949. It was published in Russian, French, English, German, with a Spanish-language edition added in 1938. The magazine's self-proclaimed aim was to "reflect in photography the whole scope and variety of the construction work now going on the USSR." It was conceived and designed to be an important foreign relations tool and to portray a positive image of the developments occurring in the Soviet Union to the rest of the world. "USSR in Construction" informed readers abroad of the rapid construction and industrialization taking place within the Soviet Union and depicted the nation as a leading industrial power. From a design perspective, the magazine was a fascinating example of early 20th-century photomontage, with its recurrent use of inserts, and spectacular fold-out pages. The method of printing used for the printing was rotogravure, a type of intaglio printing process, in order to create extremely high quality duotone images (in blue, green, salmon, and olive). With this striking Russian-language issue of "USSR in Construction" dedicated to the "brave Soviet paratroopers," renown Soviet artist Aleksander Rodchenko* and his wife Varvara Stepanova introduced a circular design as the basis for their page layout, thus allowing them to accomodate a variety of scenes from the parachutists' everyday activities as well as Communist political messages. This issue is complete with the parachute fold-out, and the origami-folded centerfold depicting Stalin surrounded by half a circle, which in turn is superimposed over a triangle-shaped image of clouds with numerous parachutists floating down.Discoloration and minor foxing along upper margin of covers. Moderate creasing along spine. Tiny closed tears along fore-edge of back cover, with previous owner's inscription (in Russian) on upper margin. Tip of corners slightly creased throughout (not affecting text or images). Text in Russian. Wrappers in overall fair, interior in good+ to very good, parachute fold-out and origami-folded centerfold in very good condition. *Aleksander Mikhailovich Rodchenko (1891-1956) was a Russian artist, sculptor, photographer and graphic designer. He was one of the founders of constructivism and Russian design; he was married to the artist Varvara Stepanova. Rodchenko was one of the most versatile Constructivist and Productivist artists to emerge after the Russian Revolution. He worked as a painter and graphic designer before turning to photomontage and photography. His photography was socially engaged, formally innovative, and opposed to a painterly aesthetic. Concerned with the need for analytical-documentary photo series, he often shot his subjects from odd angles - usually high above or down below - to shock the viewer and to postpone recognition. He wrote: "One has to take several different shots of a subject, from different points of view and in different situations, as if one examined it in the round rather than looked through the same key-hole again and again." (From Wikipedia). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        [FIRST BOOK BY LANDAU] Elektroprovodimost' metallov [i.e. The Metal Conductivity]

      Kharkiv: ONTI, 1935. 60 pp. 18x13 cm. 1 of 3000 copies. Original publisher's wrappers. Front wrapper is slightly rubbed. Otherwise a near fine copy, partly uncut. Extremely rare. The first printed book by Nobel laureate Lev Davydovich Landau (1908-1968) best known for his contributions in the field of condensed matter physics. When he was 24 years old he was appointed as a head of the theoretic department of Kharkiv Physico-Technic University where he started to give seminars. This book was published during Landau's years in Kharkiv. It was three years later when Landau was caught by KGB handling anti-Soviet brochures that were labeling Stalin as fascist. Pyotr Kapitsa managed to save young talented physicist from inevitable imprisonment - that was almost impossible in the late 1930s. Despite all that Lev Landau continued his work on the different states of the matter to come to revolutionary results in his research of liquid helium in 1940s. No copies found outside of Russia.

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        Tales of Mystery and Imagination.

      London: George G. Harrap & Co Ltd,, 1935. Quarto (262 x 186 mm). Specially bound for the publisher in green full morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, gilt lettered and panelled spine, single-line gilt lozenge on sides with gilt corner ornaments from designs by Rackham, top edges gilt, others untrimmed, three-line gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers (the original pictorial endpapers bound in after binder's blanks). With the publisher's card slipcase (with hand-numbered label). Colour frontispiece and 11 colour plates mounted on heavy white paper with captioned tissue guards, black and white illustrations in the text, by Rackham. An excellent copy. Colour frontispiece and 11 colour plates mounted on heavy white paper with captioned tissue guards, black and white illustrations in the text, by Rackham. Slight signs of wear at extremities of joints. An excellent copy. Deluxe edition, number 3 of 460 copies signed by the artist. This is one of ten "special copies" reserved by the publisher from the total edition, presented in a specially commissioned luxury binding and including a delightful full-page original pen-and-ink and watercolour drawing by Rackham (signed "Arthur Rackham 1935"), showing a seated elderly man reading a hair-raising story, while his black cat spits at the Devil, who emerges from behind his armchair. Describing his artistic method for these "specials", Rackham pointed out that "my little sketches must inevitably be of a light hearted or joking nature... They have to be spontaneous and free handed. The nature of the paper is such that there can be no preparatory drawing and no alterations". Riall comments that "From The King of the Golden River [1932], Harrap issued nine or ten copies, seven being for sale, of a special issue of the first limitation numbers of the limited edition" (A New Bibliography of Arthur Rackham, 1994, p. xvi).

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        Uniformkunde (Uniformenkunde). Das Deutsche Heer. Friedensuniformen bei Ausbruch des Weltkrieges, 4 Bände: Textband Erster Teil: Generale, Generalstab und Kriegsministerium, Infanterie, Jäger und Schützen / Textband Zweiter Teil: Artillerie, Ingenieur- und Pionierkorps, Verkehrstruppen usw., Sanitätspersonal usw., Kadetten usw., Leibgarden usw., Offiziere außer Regimentsverband, Beamte, Marineinfanterie und Schutztruppen / Bildband Erster Band: Generale, Generalstab und Kriegsministerium, Infanterie, Jäger und Schützen / Bildband Zweiter Band: Kavallerie

      Hamburg, Verlag von Diepenbroick-Grüter & Schulz, 1935 - 1942. Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagseinband (4 Bände, gebunden jeweils in dunkelblauesGanzleinen / Leinen / OLn / Ln gr.8vo im Format 19,5 x 26 cm) mit Rücken- und dekoriertem Deckeltitel in Goldprägung. XII,375 Seiten und 122 Farbtafeln. Steinzeichnung. Friedrich Krekler. - Erste Auflage, EA, Erstausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung. - Deutsches Kaiserreich, deutsche / preußische / kaiserliche Uniformen vor 1914, illustrierte Bücher, Heerwesen, Militär, Militaria Versand D: 5,90 EUR Deutsches Kaiserreich, deutsche / preußische / kaiserliche Uniformen vor 1914, illustrierte Bücher, Heerwesen, Militär, Militaria

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        Uniformenkunde. Das Deutsche Heer. Friedensuniformen bei Ausbruch des Weltkrieges. 2 Bände / Uniformenkunde. Neue Folge. 1 Band. Zusammen 3 Bände

       Von Diepenbroick-Grüter & Schulz, Hamburg, 1935/1936-1938. Zusammen 18 Blatt Text und 133 (von 182) colorierte Tafeln sowie 2 Blatt Nachträge und Korrekturen. 3 original Leinen-Flügelmappen mit goldgeprägtem Titel, quart Enthalten: Band 1: Generäle, Generalstab und Kriegsministeriumg. Infanterie. Jäger und Schützen / Band 2: Kavallerie / Neue Folge: Bildbeiträge zur Heereskunde und zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der militärischen Tracht / Dazu: Knötel. Uniformenkunde. Lose Blätter zu Mittheilungen zur Geschichte der militärischen Tracht, 18 Ausgaben aus 1900 u. 1902 (4 als Kopie) sowie ein Gesamtverzeichnis der losen Blätter zur Geschichte der Entwicklung der militärischen Tracht, 50 S., Hamburg, 1932 - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Uniformkunde,Militärbücher

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        Tristan und Isolde. Ein Liebesroman des 13. Jahrunderts von Heinrich von Freiberg. Herausgegeben und mit einem Geleitwort von Alois Bernt. Dies ist der vierte Band der Böhmerland-Drucke. Die Texte hat Alois Bernt besorgt. Die Steinzeichnungen schuf Alfred Kubin.

      Verlag Stiepel Reichenberg 1935 - Verlag Stiepel Reichenberg, 1935, 30,3 x 20,4 cm, 61 Seiten, 6 ganzseitige handschiftlich mit Bleistift signierte Original-Lithographien von Alfred Kubin und farbigen Initialen, Original-Pergamentband mit schwarz geprägter Deckelvignette und schwarzem Rückentitel, Kopfgoldschnitt. Einband etwas nachgedunketl. Die Lithografien wurden auf Japan gedruckt, der Text auf Flinsch-Bütten. Die Initialen in Blau gedruckt und Rot koloriert. Exemplar Nummer 13 von 25 der Vorzusgausgabe A. (Gesamtauflage 600 Exemplare). Böhmerland-Drucke 4. - Marks A 128. - Raabe 526. Sprache: Deutsch Die Lithografien wurden auf Japan gedruckt, der Text auf Flinsch-Bütten. Die Initialen in Blau gedruckt und Rot koloriert.

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      Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1935). First Edition. Hardcover. Slight fading to spine as usual. Close to Fine in a close to Fine slipcase. Quarto (7" x 9-1/8") in blue cloth stamped in black and gilt. Introduction by Thornton Wilder. Copy #6 of only 120 SIGNED by both Stein and Wilder on the limitation page. This copy is additionally INSCRIBED and SIGNED by Wilder on the half-title page: "For George Kelley:/in return for his interest/and with all best wishes/for his collections/Thornton Wilder/Deepwood Drive/New Haven, Conn./September 1, 1940.

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      - Arnswaldt, Werner Konstantin v. Zusammenfassung: Katalog der fürstlich Stolberg-Stolberg‘schen Leichenpredigten-Sammlung. Band I-IV (komplett). In 5 Bände gebunden (Band IV in 2 Teile erschienen). Leipzig, Degener; 1935, 1927. OGanzlederbände, farbige Adelsvignette, farbiger Seitenschnitt, 8°; 752; 875; 655; 1214 S. (=Bibliothek familiengeschichtlicher Quellen, II). Ex-libris. Einbände m. leichten Gebrauchsspuren, gut erhalten, sauber. Sprache: Deutsch.

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      Editions Sagesse, se trouve « Aux Quatre chemins », Paris 1935 - EDITION ORIGINALE. Exemplaire du tirage courant, après cinq Chine, celui-ci portant en frontispice 2 DESSINS automatique originaux à l'encre, dédicacés par Bryen à son galeriste : « Pour Cattiaux les signes s¿encre (?) ». [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Agents And Patients (Presentation Copy To Constant Lambert :Signed And Inscribed By The Author)

      The First UK printing published by Duckworth in 1936. The BOOK is in Very Good condition.Three pages of publishers' adverts at rear as called for.Some ghosting to the spine as usually encountered but the gilt titling remains bright.Boards lightly marked in places.The text block is toned and there is some light spotting to the page edges in places.The WRAPPER is complete and is in VERY GOOD condition.Some edge wear with rubbing with small losses at the spine ends and corners (see Images).The spine is lightly toned.The remarkable Misha Black designed wrapper artwork looks striking in the removable Brodart archival cover.Presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the front free endpaper: ''For Constant and Florence, with the author's love, January 8th 1936, 'Et Ego in Arcadia Vixi''.The recipients were Constant and Florence Lambert.As the date is so early,it is highly likely that this copy was inscribed either on the publication day or certainly very close to it.Constant was a composer and author who was the prototype of the character Hugh Moreland in Powell's 'A Dance to the Music of Time'. The latin quotation is probably a reference to 'Et in Arcadia Ego' (also known as Les bergers d'Arcadie or The Arcadian Shepherds) which is a 1637-38 painting by Nicolas Poussin. It depicts a pastoral scene with idealized shepherds from classical antiquity clustering around an austere tomb.The twelve volume cycle of novels 'A Dance to the Music of Time' is also thought to have been inspired by the painting of the same name by Nicolas Poussin.Housed in a custom solander box.A wonderful association copy of a scarce early Powell title.

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        La vie secr

      First edition of the French adaptation by Michel Deon, one of 120 numbered copies on "pur-fil" paper only leading copies. Iconography. Nice copy. La table ronde Paris 1935 12x19cm broch

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        Chroniques de ma vie

      First edition, one of 10 numbered on "pur-fil" paper, deluxe edition.Illustrated book 6 designs inset.Beautiful and rare example. Deno

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        Chroniques de ma vie I et II

      1935Paris, Denoël et Steele, 1935. 2 volumes, brochés, 122 x 188 mm, 187et 190 pp. EDITIONS ORIGINALES. Exemplaires du service de presse. ENVOIS AUTOGRAPHES signés sur chacun des volumes. SUR LE VOLUME I, en marge du fronstispice figurant un portrait de l'auteur : "Pour Mr Gustave Samazeuilh une grande salutation de I.Strawinsky, Paris 1952". SUR LE VOLUME II, en russe : "Je vous envoie cher Arthur [Lourié] le second volume de mes Chroniques en continuation de nos rapports interrompus par la distance qui vous sépare de moi: je vis dans le VIIIe et vous dans le XVIe arrondissement ce qui du point de vue de vos connaissances géographiques double la distance. Meilleurs voeux de nouvel anToujours votre, I. Stravinsky Paris , 1.1. 36". Gustave Samazeuilh (1877-1967) compositeur et pianiste, fut l'élève d'Ernest Chausson avant d'entrer à la Schola Cantorum en 1900 puis de travailler avec Vincent d'Indy et Charles Bordes. Proche de Paul Dukas, de Enesco, Fauré, Ravel, Roussel et ami de Richard Strauss, il fut aussi célèbre pour ses critiques musicales dans La République française et à La Revue musicale, ou comme musicographe et traducteur. Il a notamment traduit en français le drame musical en trois actes de Richard Wagner, Tristan et Isolde, et fait paraitre des études sur Paul Dukas (1913) et Ernest Chausson (1941). LE SECOND DEDICACTAURE est très problablement Arthur Lourié (1896-1966) qui après une demande d'asile à Berlin, s'installe à Paris en 1922, 63 rue La Fontaine Paris XVI et se lie avec son compatriote Igor Strawinsky. Il devient l'un de ses plus importants défenseurs et adapte même quelques-unes de ses oeuvres pour le piano seul. BELLES PROVENANCES MUSICALES ET TRES RARE REUNION. COMPLET SET OF TWO, BOTH COPY INSCRIBED.

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      Normandy, doubtless Rouen, early 15th century. n. This striking, animated leaf is from the collection of Otto Ege, bought from Thorp, cat. 178 (1935), no.782 (cf. Gwara, "Otto Ege's Manuscripts," 2013, p.127, no. 26).. 241 x 165 mm. (9 1/2 x 6 1/2"). Single column, 18 lines in an attractive gothic book hand. Rubrics in red, one-line initials in blue with red penwork or burnished gold with blue penwork, one two-line initial in burnished gold on a blue and red ground with white tracery, recto with A LARGE FOUR-LINE INITIAL IN BLUE AND WHITE ON A BURNISHED GOLD GROUND, its center filled with interlinked pink and white vines with blue and pink blossoms, the same side with a pink and burnished gold bar border on the left of the text, with delicate penwork flowers and leaves accented with burnished gold, ANIMATED PANEL BORDERS at head and foot of text, with much botanical ornamentation. A touch of browning to head edge, otherwise AN ESPECIALLY FINE LEAF, clean, smooth, and bright, with generous margins, vivid colors, and shining gold. This striking, animated leaf is from the collection of Otto Ege, bought from Thorp, cat. 178 (1935), no.782 (cf. Gwara, "Otto Ege's Manuscripts," 2013, p.127, no. 26).

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        Painting of an Arabian horse. [Krakow], 1935.

      1935. Oil on panel. 40 x 49.5 cm (frame: 52 x 63 cm). Fine original oil painting by the aristocratic Polish painter Wojciech Kossak (1856-1942): a grey Arab stallion standing near an oasis with palm trees, with a mosque in the background; within a contemporary ornamented gilt frame. Wojciech Kossak was a Polish painter of portraits and historical scenes, including battle scenes, illustrating and depicting the history of Polish armed struggle and notable Polish battles of Central and Eastern Europe against the foreign oppressors, especially the period of the Napoleonic wars and the November uprising. Among his most famous paintings are "The Raclawice Panorama" (1893-94) and the battle at the Berezyna (1895-96). He was member of the celebrated Kossak family of painters and writers, the son of painter Juliusz Kossak (1824-1899), the twin brother of freedom fighter Tadeusz Kossak, and the father of painter Jerzy Kossak (1886-1955). Wojciech Kossak's historical painting was very different in style and subject matter from that of his predecessor Jan Matejko. Kossak belonged to a new generation of Polish battle-scene artists influenced by the work of his father Juliusz. His development to a more 'impressionistic' style during his later years is beautifully demonstrated in this painting of a proud grey Arab stallion firmly standing on a sandy ground on which the oriental high sun throws its short shadow, near an oasis with palm trees and in front of a reddish mosque, surrounded by a fortified wall. - In very good condition. With a 'Certyfikat' issued by Galeria 'Zak', Warsaw & Kolobrzeg (Cezary & Jozef Zakowics).

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        Collection of Letters from Friderike Zweig

      Used; Like New/Used; Like New. A small collection of interesting autograph letters in English from the first wife of the important Austrian novelist and biographer who was one of the most important writers in German in the inter-war period. One letter is addressed to a literary agent and written on the Zweigs' Salzburg letterhead, dated September 20, 1935. Four further letters, from 1944-1953, were written in New York after Friderike Zweig's emigration and are addressed to Shea Tennenbaum [also spelled Tenenbaum], a Yiddish writer and journalist who was evidently an admirer of Stefan Zweig's work. Also included is a newspaper clipping from the New York Post reporting on Zweig's suicide in 1942 and interviewing Friderike Zweig: "though she was overcome by grief she was not surprised by the news that he and his second wife had ended their lives yesterday."<br>The letters are written in pen on various sizes of notepaper and are overall in fine condition, with some light age wear, folds and light toning. All but the 1935 letter include the original envelopes, two with the return address of the Writers' Service Center, and some of which bear later notes in another hand, some in Hebrew. <br>In her letter to a Miss Strassman [1 p., September 20, 1935], Zweig expresses pleasure at their meeting: "...My husband too was very fond of meeting you." She notes that they have not received a book and requests assistance in procuring "the collection of 'Hausexemplare' which you saw in my husband's room... He just left me again for Paris and London."  She further adds, "May I bother you still with something else: my daughter should like to publish her photos of Toscanini and other artists famous in U.S.A. in American magazines and we should be glad to have a help." In Friderike Zweig's first letter to Tennenbaum [4 pp., March 3, 1944 - NB. Full text available on request], she thanks him for sending his article [in Yiddish] about Stefan Zweig: "I shall ask somebody to read it to me, and the gratefulness for your writing will make it easy to me to understand this reach [rich] and powerful language." She writes that she is enclosing another article about her ex-husband from the magazine Menorah, which she says is full of "lies" and offensive to Zweig's memory. This article, by a "Miss A.," is almost certainly Hannah Arendt's scathing 1943 review of Zweig's World of Yesterday, titled "Portrait of a Period," in which she attacked Zweig for remaining apolitical in the face of antisemitism. Friderike defends her husband passionately: "That he did not mix in politics just on opposite reason, namely his idea that he can damage the Jewish cause in speaking to [sic] loudly as a Jew... His whole work was to defend the rights of the humbles [sic] against some oppression and the devotion for greatness not in sake of fame." She further criticizes the journalist: "This woman - in the shadow of a grave - turns the words in the mouth of the most honorable man, in making him part of that, what he himself condemned..." and goes on to ask Tennenbaum to write a letter to the editor of the magazine, as "My health is not so good, so I cannot risk to get too excited in writing to this woman."  In her next letter [4 pp., September 21, 1944], Friderike thanks Tennenbaum for sending another article [in Yiddish], saying that she will ask a friend to read it and tell her what it says: "it will be a pleasure for me, to hear what you say." She goes on to ask after a Graziana, perhaps Tenenbaum's wife, and ends the letter with warm wishes. Following this, she writes again [postmarked December 6, 1944], sending Tenenbaum the program for an American-European Friendship event on December 16, 1944 and writing on the verso that he should come "and bring Graciana along." The final note from Friderike Zweig [3 pp. on very small notepaper, December 1952] thanks Tennenbaum for his contribution to the festschrift for her 70th birthday. "I nearly could understand everything and will have a friend to tell me every word."  On the verso, an autograph note to Tenenbaum from Harry Zohn, German-English translator, scholar of German literature, and editor of the festschrift, mentions he is sending Tenenbaum a copy.<br>Friderike Zweig, who was married to Zweig from 1920 to 1938, was herself a writer and translator. After their divorce, they remained good friends and were in close contact through letters, even after Zweig fled Europe for Brazil, where, with his second wife, he committed suicide in 1942. Friderike emigrated to the United States in 1940, where she founded the Writers Service Center, an organization to aid European refugees, and also chaired the American-European Friendship Association. Throughout her life she remained a great proponent of her husband's life and work, serving as the honorary president of the International Stefan Zweig Society, and writing two books about his life.<br>"Shea (short for Joshua) Tenenbaum (1910â??1989) was born in Bobrinik near Lublin, the youngest of 12 siblings. He became a typesetter at age 14 and began publishing at 16... Before coming to the U.S. in 1934 he lived in various cities in Europe... Like many Yiddish writers, he worked for some years in New York; he then spent time in Denver recovering from tuberculosis. From there he traveled to California, but he missed the cultural life of New York and returned after a year. He received the National Jewish Book Award in 1985 for From Ash and Fire Is Your Crown." (Pakn Treger, Magazine of the Yiddish Book Center, no. 60, Fall 2009.)

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        LA CRITICA D'ARTE. TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO. Rivista bimestrale di arti figurative.

      Sansoni, 1935-1950. In-8 grande, brossura, pp. 60 circa a fascicolo Di questa importante rivista illustrata, bimestrale (poi trimestrale), offriamo "tutto il pubblicato" della prima Serie, in 36 fascicoli, dall'ottobre 1935 (Anno I, n. I) al maggio 1950 (Anno IX, fascicolo XXXIII, n. 1), compreso il fascicolo di supplemento all'anno IV. La rivista, diretta da Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti, ebbe, fra i suoi collaboratori, noti critici e storici dell'arte (Venturi, Longhi, Fiocco, Coletti, ecc,). Nel 1939 e 1940 verrà pubblicata divisa in fascicoli trimestrali e in due parti separate: la parte I per l'Arte antica (orientale, greca e romana) e la parte II per l'Arte medievale moderna e contemporanea. Nel 1941 e 1942 (Nuova Serie), porta il sottotitolo di "Rivista trimestrale di arti figurative per il mondo antico, diretta da R. Bianchi Bandinelli". Dal 1943 fu sospesa e riprese nel maggio 1949 (Anno VIII, III serie, fascicolo XXVII, n. 1). Cfr. Diz. Vallecchi,I, p. 362. Esemplare ben conservato. .

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        Geologie von Tirol.

      Gebrüder Borntraeger,, Berlin 1935 - HLn., der Zeit, gr. 8°, XII, 872 (6) S., mit einer farb. geologischen Karte und 11 Beilagen, gut erhalten, 2 kl. Eigentümerstempel, Vorsätze etwas fingerfleckig [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le géranium ovipare

      - José Corti, Paris 1935, 14x19,5cm, broché. - Prima edizione, una copia del servizio stampa. Autografo Precious firmata dall'autore Jean Paulhan. Indietro e leggermente piatta e leggermente ripreso senza gravità. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Georges Fourest à Jean Paulhan. Dos et plats légèrement et marginalement insolés sans gravité.

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        Lucia's Progress

      The First UK Printing published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1935.The BOOK is in near FINE condition being free from inscriptions,erasures and markings. Light rubbing to the board edges in places.Mild pushing at the spine tips.The text block is lightly toned.The pages are clean.The book has the correct blue endpapers as called for. The very scarce WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good++ or better condition. Some edge wear with a little loss at the upper spine.Small area of loss at the rear spine fold.A few closed tears and a little creasing in places.Small area of supporting archival tape to the verso of the upper front fold.The rear cover has a little spotting and staining in places but this does not detract from the wrapper's appearance.The period design looks stunning in the removable Brodart archival cover. The penultimate title in the iconic Mapp and Lucia series. Extremely scarce to find with the original wrapper in such condition. Collectible.

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      Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, Inc, New York 1935 - Octavo. 315 Pages. #172 of 310 signed, numbered copies. In original glassine. Very clean overall. Slight scuffing to boards. Lacks the original slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Sonnets [together with] Lyrics.

      London: Rich & Cowan,, 1935. Two works, octavo. Original blue cloth, titles gilt to spines. Portrait frontispiece to each work. Cloth lightly faded at the extremities and spotted, still very good condition, internally sound and clean, with the dust jackets only slightly spine-toned and bearing a very few marks and small chips. First editions, first impressions, presentation copies inscribed by Lord Alfred Douglas on the front free endpapers of both titles "Hazel Hergenhahn from Alfred Douglas, April 1943". This presentation set includes 13 pages of typed letters (likely carbon copies, but the texts apparently unpublished) from Douglas to Hergenhahn, dated December 1939 to June 1940. The correspondence is lively and extensive, with frequent mentions of Oscar Wilde and the ongoing struggle for his own legacy and reputation, waged over several books and plays by Douglas and others. He also mentions his struggles with American publishers, alludes to other writers, and makes occasional reports on the Second World War. The recipient of these books and letters was Baroness Hazel Hergenhahn, a well-travelled Californian lady of extensive cultural acquaintances. These editions, published together, constitute Douglas's consolidation of four decades of poetic output. The rear panels of both jackets carry an appreciation of Douglas' poetry by Thomas Earle Welby. Very scarce together with the dust jackets and inscribed.

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      Editions G.L.M., 1935, 1 volume de 185x245 mm environ, en feuillets sous chemise à rabats illustrée. Poèmes de Paul Eluard, Photographies de Man Ray. Un des 1200 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin N° 25. Petite mouillure claire dans la marge interne au bas du dos sur l'ensemble des feuillets, chemise externe frottée avec plis, intérieur bon état. La femme dEluard, Nusch, joue le rôle de la muse, dune figure archétypale. Son corps est disposé de telle sorte quil sintègre au livre, à sa matérialité. Première collaboration de Man Ray/ Paul Eluard. Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.

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        EIN ACHTBLÄTTRIGER LOTUS - Gebete der Nacht - Mit einem nirvânischen Vor- und Nachgesang. (= Opus VII der Einhorn-Presse / "Als Umrahmungen zweite >Indische Fuge< über das Thema der Âtman im Herzen und im Weltall". - Als Handschrift. Einmaliger Sonderdruck der EINHORN - PRESSE). Wikipedia: Melchior Lechter (geb. 2. Oktober 1865 in Münster (Westfalen); gest. 8. Oktober 1937 in Raron, Kanton Wallis, Schweiz) war ein deutscher Maler, Graphiker und Buchkünstler. Als Monogramm (ML) vor allem bei seinen buchkünstlerischen Arbeiten benutzte er den Buchstaben "M" mittig geschnitten vom Buchstaben "L".- Mit 14 begann er eine Ausbildung zum Glasmaler. Nach der Arbeit belegte er bei der Münsterschen Kunstgenossenschaft Kurse an der Zeichen-, Mal- und

      Berlin, Otto von Holten, 1935 - nn., 1 weißes Bl., 15 Bll. mit (ornamentalem) Buchschmuck v. Melchior Lechter; 34 x 22cm Sprache : de OHpgtBd, mit goldgeprä. Deckel- u. Rt., Einband leicht berieben. Der Buchrücken hat einen kl. Fleck von 0,15cm. Ansonsten ein sehr sauberes, gutes Exemplar. Lesebändchen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 650 Limitierte Auflage - 133 /150 Ex., von Melchior Lechter handschriftlich mit der laufenden Zahl bezeichnet und signiert [hier: ML 133] - Druck auf getöntem, handgeschöpftem Alt-Bütten in Drei-Farben-Druck in Pappband mit Pergamentrücken. Nach Drucklegung wurden die Platten vernichtet.

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        Autograph letter signed ("Freud"). [Vienna], 5. XI. 1935.

      1935. 4to. 2 pp. On stationery printed "Prof. Dr. Freud Wien, IX., Berggasse 19". To Stefan Zweig, about the Nobel Prize, Shakespeare, and his "Moses and Monotheism", thanking him for his letter and for the cutting from the Sunday Times, observing that his article is the declaration of a friend, noting his surprise to learn that he has been awarded the Nobel Prize on the promptings of the Vienna University, referring to the opposition to him when he was awarded the Frankfurt Goethe Prize in 1930, reproaching himself for expatiating during his visit on the contents of his Moses, instead of letting him talk about his work and plans, stating that Moses shall never see the light of day again, concluding in a postscript by asking him whether he is interested in the debate concerning the identity of Shakespeare, and admitting that he is virtually convinced that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, was in fact Shakespeare. - Despite the views expressed by Freud here, "Der Mann Moses und die monotheistische Religion", his last completed book, was in fact published four years later, in 1939. Although nominated twelve times for the Nobel Prize for Medicine, Freud was never awarded that honour, the Nobel committee being of the opinion that his work was of no proven scientific value. Romain Rolland's nomination of him for the Literature Prize in 1936 was also unsuccessful. - Horizontal fold, some light creasing and slight damage to edges.

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        Three Act Tragedy

      Collins Crime Club, 1935. Hardcover. Used; Acceptable. Hardcover; English language; No jacket; 16mo - over 5.75" - 6.75" tall; a fair reading copy; undated;. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

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      New York: William Morrow and Company, 1935., 1935. First edition. First edition. Fine, tight, bright copy in a price-clipped dust jacket with a closed tear to head and foot of spine and lightly rubbed along front flap fold, Peter Laxter guaranteed his faithful caretaker a job and a place to live for life, but Laxters heirs say the deal doesn't include the caretakers cat. When Perry Mason takes the case, he finds much more at stake than an old mans cat....a million dollars to be exact. As he investigates, he finds a web of greed and treachery among the heirs. But which one actually pulled off the almost perfect crime?

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        USSR Architecture [and] Construction of Moscow].

      Moskva - 1938 1935 - USSR Architecture (Organ Soyuza sovetskikh arkhitektorov, Moskva, 1936-37): 21 issues (1936: issues No3 - 12; 1937: issues No1 - 11), complete with all ll., original wrappers; occasional spotting and soiling, some occasional light mold, heavier to last 15 ll. of issue 9 for 1937, margins and spines of wrappers slightly chipped. Construction of Moscow (Mossovet, Moskva, 1935-38): No6 and 17-18 for 1935; No4-8, 10-12 and 22 for 1936; No6, 12, 22 for 1937 and No16 for 1938, most issues with plates, including some folding, original wrappers; some light marginal waterstaining in several issues, light soiling. A collection of issues of the two famous Soviet architectural periodicals that together provide an insight into the unique marriage of the architectural aspirations and ideology of the Stalin's epoch. The "USSR architecture" was an illustrated monthly periodical that was published from 1933 until 1992 with some interruptions. It included overviews of the domestic architecture, building projects as well as articles on European and American architecture. The tone of reviews obeys a strict ideological framework. Articles about projects by Soviet architects are impregnated with pompous praise, whereas many of those reviewing architecture abroad overuse such notions as "battle", "controversy of capitalism" and "crises". One of the most interesting projects that is featured in three issues offered here (No7 for the year 1936, No 5 for 1937 and No11 for 1937) is the famous USSR pavilion at the International Exposition dedicated to Art and Technology in Modern Life held in Paris in 1937. Designed by the B.M. Iofan the building was lined with Samarkand marble. The entrance to the pavilion was decorated with bas-reliefs by sculptor I.M. Chaikoff featuring the coats of arms of the USSR and 11 Union republics. The most notable part of the pavilion was the 24-meter sculptural group "A Worker and a Collective Farm Girl", made of stainless steel after a design by Vera Mukhina, which symbolised the achievements of the socialist industrialisation. The other periodical "The Construction of Moscow" was founded in 1923 and often featured stellar avant-garde designs by Gustav Klutsis, Vasilii Elkin, and El Lissitzky. It ran through the 1930s, but progressively became less and less modernist in terms of both form and content as time went on. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Extensive autograph on typed letter by V. Meyerhold

      Borovikha 1935 - Borovikha, the 5th of December of 1935. 6 pp. 30?21 ?m. This letter is Meyerhold's response to memo sent to him by accountant-general of Meyerhold Theatre about employees getting personal salaries. This letter is addressed to Vladimir Glinsky (1888-1938), assistant director for the Theatre. The handwritten part is dedicated to personal salaries of workers and actors, first of all, Zinaida Raich, Igor' Iliinsky, Mikhail Tsarev, S. Khmel'nitsky et al. Vsevolod Meyerhold (1874-1940) was a Russian theatrical producer, director, and actor whose provocative experiments in nonrealistic theatre made him one of the productive forces in modern theatre. Meyerhold founded his own theatre in 1920, which was known from 1923 as the Meyerhold Theatre until 1938. He inspired revolutionary artists and filmmakers such as Sergei Eisenstein, who studied with him. In the early 1930s, when Joseph Stalin repressed all avant-garde art and experimentation, his works were proclaimed antagonistic and alien to the Soviet people. Before his death he was tortured, and executed by the state (cleared of all charges in 1955). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller ; preface by Anais Nin

      Obelisk Press, Paris 1935 - 322p. Fine copy of the rare second printing of Henry Miller's landmark novel that opened the way for the free speech we take for granted today Fine condition, in plain grey wrappers [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Arrats- Beran .

      1935. . 1935 - Verdes. Bilbao. . 1 Vol. . 102 pp. + transcripción. Octavo. Tela Editorial. Poesía , Vasco-Navarro (Autores vascos), Vasco-Navarro (Literatura en Euskera), Vasco-Navarro (Nacionalismo) . Poeta vasco nacido en Laukiz, aunque vivió en Mungia casi toda su vida. Fue uno de los principales autores que, a principios del siglo XX, sintieron la necesidad de una renovación en la poesía vasca. "Arrats Beran" refleja la aproximación de Lauaxeta a las nuevas corrientes literarias presentes en Europa a comienzos de los años treinta del siglo pasado, entre ellas, modernismo español y la poesía de vanguardia francesa, impregnadas por la influencia de la poesía tradicional vasca y de la tragedia griega. El presente ejemplar contiene la transcripción al castellano en un librito guardado en tapa. Viñetas de Jur. Páginas enmarcadas en tinta magenta y un tipo de letra gótica, muy elegida.

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        RdE (Revue d'Egyptologie). Volumes 01 to 58.

      Paris 1935 - Paris, 1935-2007. Complete set of 58 volumes. Volumes 1 to 54 bound in blue half-leather, 55 to 58 in their original softcover. In excellent condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dix Années d'Activité. Les Réalisations de l'Office Public d'Habitations à Bon Marché de la Ville de Strasbourg. 1924-1934

      13 pp. introduction on proposed housing and social projects for the city of Strasbourg, followed by approximately 88 pages of plates depicting building façades, maps, floor plans, decorative elements, and other interior and exterior details and views, with photography by Jules Manias and Carabin, together with a small section of advertisements. Some minor mildew staining along spine. 4to. Boards, spine shaken. Paris (Société Française d'Éditions d'Art) n.d. (1935). As of July 2016, WorldCat locates only one holding in North America.

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        Tapuscrit signé avec corrections autographes

      - Françoise SAGAN (1935 &#150; 2004), écrivain français Tapuscrit signé avec corrections autographes « Lettres d&#146;amour de George Sand et d&#146;Alfred de Musset ». 18 août 1985 ; 25 pages in-4° sur feuillets simples. Tapuscrit complet qui se compose de l&#146;analyse critique de la correspondance et de la préface. Epreuves corrigées : biffures, ajouts, paraphe au bas de chaque page et annotation au bas de la 24ème page : « Fin Bon à tirer Fr Sagan le 18 août 1985 » « Sand et Musset lettres d&#146;amour présentées par Françoise Sagan » est publié chez l&#146;éditeur Hermann en 1985 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Dante's Inferno (Original screenplay for the 1935 film)

      Fox Film Corporation 1935 - Final Script for the 1935 film, "Dante's Inferno," directed by Harry Lachman, written for the screen by Philip Klein and Robert M. Yost, and starring Spencer Tracy and Claire Trevor. Carnival barker Spencer Tracy befriends an elderly concessionaire and turns the old man's picturesque but stodgy display depicting Dante's Inferno into a major attraction, complete with full orchestra and scantily clad "devil girls." He eventually buys up the rest of the carnival, using cold-blooded tactics that result in the suicide of a fellow concessionaire, and within five years is a millionaire tycoon of the entertainment industry. In an important sequence, for nearly ten minutes, the movie audience is treated to a lavish depiction of hell wherein Tracy is warned of the dangers of hell, magnificently photographed by cinematographer Rudolph Mate. Although the Fox Film Corporation produced the film, it was distributed after Fox's merger with Twentieth Century, which began trading on May 31, 1935. Green titled wrappers, with a holograph pencil notation of project No. 1107, dated 11/26/34, and with credits in manual type for Klein and Yost. Title page is integral first page of text. 131 leaves, mimeograph, with several change pages, all dated 11/28/34. Laid in are 3 pages of additional scenes constituting the film's finale, titled "Finish." Pages and wrapper Very Good plus, with some flaking to the yapped edges of the wrapper, bound with three gold brads. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Liberty Landing. An outline of a plan for the unification of transportation facilities for the Port of New York.

      None. 1935 - I recently uncovered an interesting, unpublished and probably not-acceptable engineering report to extend the ports capacity in the Hudson River at New York City--the ports of the area being famously over-busy for a long period of time, especially right before World War II. Charles Palliser and Frederick W. Capon presented a proposal in 1935 for a unification of the port and airport facilities to take care of the overcrowding and overworked problem. (Mimeographed?) 1935. 13x8.5", cover sheet; 1 sheet with photograph of drawing, 4 leaves of text. Staple bound at top. Good condition. Provenance: from the Library of Congress, via the Copyright Office. +++What they came up with was Liberty Landing, a mile-long and half-mile-wide facility that nearly bumped into the Statue of Liberty (and hence its name). The plan called for backfilling the &#147;flats&#148; that were just south of Jersey City, as &#147;the natural formation of these were very favorable&#148;, which meant that the airport-port combo would extend all the way into the harbor to the edge of the channel, which would put it further out than the Statue of Liberty, which would also be just hundreds of feet away from the end of the north runway. Also attached to the backfill and new land would be a one-mile-long floating dock. Oh my! The floating island would also have vehicular tunnels that connected it to Staten Island and the Battery. There were facilities for seaplanes, airplanes, railroads, dirigibles, and trucks, plus a military installation, a custom&#146;s house and the US Mail Service, so that all commerce would converge at this one point, which sounds interesting (for about 20 seconds). +++This is a good candidate for the &#147;Better Left Undone&#148; award for 1935. As I look at the photograph of the aerial view of the plan it strikes me that if the designers increased the surface area by only 125% or so they could&#146;ve connected the new facility with Governor&#146;s Island AND Brooklyn, building a land bridge from Jersey City to Coney Island&#151;a superbly bad idea to cap an already strongly bad idea. The report is called, simply, Liberty Landing, and published by the architect in Jackson Heights, NYC, 16 September 1935. This is also the U.S. Copyright Deposit copy (accepted 10 October 1935), which is where the history of this project ends. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        La Conquête de l'Irrationnel ( dédicacé ).

      Editions Surréalistes 1935. In-12 broché de 64 pages au format 12,3 x 15,5 cm. Couverture avec portrait photo de l'auteur au 1er plat & dessin au 4 ème plat. Texte de 25 pages acoompagné d'un frontispice & de 35 reproductions photographiques hors-texte. Dos muet qui est resté bien carré. Plats légèrements brunis. Intérieur frais. Rarissime édition originale en très bel état général, ornée d'une dédicace autographe, signée, de l'auteur, non nominative.Port gratuit pour la France ( En raison des nouvelles normes postales, les livres dont l'épaisseur dépasse les 3 cm seront expédiés obligatoirement en Colissimo avec un forfait ajouté de 5 € ) Port à la charge de l'Acheteur pour le reste du monde. Pour destinations extra-planétaire s'adresser à la NASA. Membre du Syndicat Lusitanien Amateurs Morues - Vente exclusivement par correspondance ! Le libraire ne reçoit que sur rendez-vous. Il est préférable de téléphoner avant tout déplacement.

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        American Big Game Fishing

      New York: Derrydale Press, 1935. First edition. No. 42 of 56 numbered deluxe copies with a signed drawing by Lynn Bogue Hunt (total edition of 1,006 copies). Original pencil drawing of a leaping sailfish by Lynn Bogue Hunt, signed by the artist. With numerous illustrations by Lynn Bogue Hunt and from photographs. 1 vols. 4to. Full plum morocco gilt, piscatorial gilt devices, raised bands, pictorial endpapers by Hunt, t.e.g. by James MacDonald. Fine. A SUPERB COPY. First edition. No. 42 of 56 numbered deluxe copies with a signed drawing by Lynn Bogue Hunt (total edition of 1,006 copies). Original pencil drawing of a leaping sailfish by Lynn Bogue Hunt, signed by the artist. With numerous illustrations by Lynn Bogue Hunt and from photographs. 1 vols. 4to. Beautiful Copy. An important work giving a picture of salt water sport fishing in the 1930s, with chapters of fishing and fishing experiences by Ernest Hemingway, Van Campen Heilner, S. Kip Farrington, Lynn Bogue Hunt, Francis Low, Charles Lehmann and others. The Derrydale Bibliography notes that this is the first book published to cover all big game fishing on both the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. Hemingway's contribution is "Marlin Off Cuba," pp. 55-81. The book was published in an edition of 56 deluxe copies, 850 trade copies, and 100 copies for England (with a title page bearing the Hutchinson imprint). Bruns B146; Siegel 86; Frazier C-13-D; Hampton (2008) p. 72; Hanneman B18

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        LA FIN DE LA NUIT (Roman)

      1935Paris, Bernard Grasset Editeur, 1935. 1 volume in 12°, relié demi-maroquin corail, tête et titre dorés, dos à 5 nerfs,(couvertures et dos conservés). 254 pages. Reliure signée Pierre Lucien MARTIN. Exemplaire du Service de Presse numéroté CXCIX sur Alfa Navarre reservé aux "Sélections Lardanchet" avec Envoi Autographe signé à Colette "A Colette qui ne désire pas que la nuit finisse - la douce nuit...en respectueux et affectueux hommage. François Mauriac". Exemplaire en parfait état. Edition Originale. Reliure signée Pierre-Lucien Martin (1913-1985), considéré par les spécialistes comme l'un des relieurs majeurs du XXè siècle. Reliure non mosaïquée.>>>> Jean-Christophe YVARD sera présent au XXème Salon du Livre, Bordeaux les 22 et 23 octobre -Librairie ouverte aussi sous les arcades de la cité médiévale de Bazas -33- (40 minutes depuis Bordeaux).

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        [Two Leaves of Revised Typescript for:] "THE MILLIONAIRESS."

      [Np, nd]. Two leaves, quarto, on blue-green stock. With manuscript additions in red and black ink. Folded at one time for mailing, otherwise very good. Two leaves of an unidentified draft of "The Millionairess," annotated with revisions by Shaw in his distinctive hand. The leaves are denoted as "Act 1. Page 138," and "Act II, Page 162" (the former typed, the latter in Shaw's hand). The typed portions are themselves noted as for substitution in an earlier draft and are identified as such in Shaw's hand on one leaf and in typescript on another. Both leaves bear his manuscript direction to substitute a line of dialogue for Epifania in place of lines 3, 4, 5, & 6 on page 156. The play was not published in book form until 1935 (in Trebitsch's German translation) and 1936, in English, with two other plays, by Constable. The 1938 publication in volume 33 of the Collected Edition was revised by Shaw, and he adapted it for broadcast by the BBC in 1942.

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        BBC: The Voice of Britain (Collection of 9 still photographs from the 1935 British documentary film)

      British Broadcasting Corporation [BBC], London 1935 - Collection of seven vintage black-and-white still photographs and two double weight sepia photographs from the UK release of the 1935 British documentary film. Included is the original trasmittal envelope, with the printed label, "On His Majesty's Service." Featured in two of the photographs are Henry Hall and his Orchestra (a.k.a., the BBC Symphony Orchestra), the BBC "house band" in the 1930s. The earliest, and perhaps the first, documentary on the British Broadcasting Service, paying tribute to its technological greatness, the span of its reach, the people affected by it, and its diversity of news, humor, lifestyle reporting, and music. Featured in the documentary were many of the BBC's literary voices, including H.G. Wells, G.K. Chesterton, J.B. Priestley, and George Bernard Shaw. 8.5 x 6.5 inches. Near Fine.

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        Gods and Mortals in Love

      1935. first edition. With Nine Colored Plates by Edmund DulacDULAC, Edmund, illustrator. WILLIAMSON, Hugh Ross. Gods and Mortals in Love. London: Country Life Limited, [1935]. First edition. Large quarto (11 x 8 5/8 inches; 279 x 218 mm.). 83, [1, blank] pp. Nine full-page color plates.Publisher's cream tweed cloth flecked with royal blue. Front cover and spine decoratively lettered in blue. A near fine copy.The plates depict various relationships between mythical deities and humans, most of which end tragically?The plates:1. Aphrodite and Adonis2. Selene and Edymion3. Pluto and Persephone4. Psyche and Cerberus5. Pan and Syrinx6. Orpheus and Eurydice7. Jason and Medea8. Herakles and Deianeira9. Perseus and Andromeda"The illustrations in this book have already appeared as front pages in the American weekly.A book with coloured pictures and an illustrated book are not quite the same thing.One may say that each has its own function and its own appeal.This is presented as a book with coloured pictures." (Edmund Dulac, 1935 on verso of title-page)."?Meanwhile work for American Weekly continued with the publication in February 1931 of Perseus and Andromeda, the first cover for what was to be Dulac's largest series for the magazine; eleven illustrations of tales from Ovid under the title of Love Stories the Ancients Believed In. The pictures portrayed the lovers themselves at the most dramatic moment in the story, but, with the exceptions of the killing of Nessus in Hercules and Dejanira, and the exciting figure of Perseus sweeping down to kill the beast attacking Andromeda, they seemed a departure from Dulac's high standards. The fault lay in his attempt to portray his characters, Pan and Syrinx, Circe and Ulysses, and Pluto and Persephone, as eternal symbols in the manner of Tanglewood Tales, but the larger size of the watercolors meant that his remote, impersonal approach would not work as effectively as in the book, so that the figures appeared posed, and the histrionic gestures and staring eyes, meant to show deep emotion, had no interest. Nevertheless, the illustrations were popular enough to be reprinted in Good Housekeeping with an accompanying text by Hugh Ross Williamson, and, in 1935, were compiled in book form under the title Gods and Mortals in Love. Dulac designed a special cover with a silver Cupid and lettering in the style of an ancient Greek inscription." (White, pp. 144-148).Hughey, 84; White, 39.

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        Faune des Colonies Françaises - Publiée sous la Direction d'Abel Gruvel

      Paris, Société d'Editions Géographiques, Maritimes et Coloniales, 1935-1933. 4 volumes, reliure moderne plein cuir bordeaux, couvertures conservées, très bon état. Il manque un volume à la collection complète. Abel Gruvel (1870-1941) fut médecin et explorateur. Fondateur de la Société d'études et de la vulgarisation de la zoologie agricole et de la Station entomologique de Bordeaux. Il fut le premier titulaire de la Chaire des pêches et productions coloniales d'origine animale, fondée au Muséum. Il dirigea pendant 10 ans la publication de "la Faune des Colonies Françaises": Véritable Encyclopédie zoologique, somme considérable d'études de zoologie coloniale. Tome I: 742 pp. avec illustrations, Tome II: 715 pp., 18 planches d'illustrations, figures et carte, Contribution à l'étude des nudibranches néo-calédoniens (pp. 1-328) / Jean Risbec. - Coléoptères érotylides et endomychides de l'Indochine française (pp. 329-357) / Gilbert J. Arrow. - Description sommaire de quelques larves de Dystiscides de Madagascar (pp. 361-387) / H. Bertrand. - Curculionides nouveaux de la faune guinéenne et soudanaise (pp. 389-447) / par A. Hustache. - Les Saturnioïdes de l'Afrique tropicale française (pp. 449-715) / E-L. Bouvier. Tome III, 693 pp. , avec illustrations, (pp. 3-64). Contribution à l'étude de la faune de Madagascar (première partie) / G. Petit. (pp. 65-164). Contribution à l'étude de la faune du Cameroun (deuxième partie) / Th. Monod. (pp. 165-268). Curculionides de la Guadeloupe (première partie) / A. Hustache. (pp. 269-636) Contribution à l'étude de la faune de Madagascar (deuxième partie) / G. Petit (pp. 636- 693). Les scorpions de Madagascar / L. Fage. Tome IV, 629 pp. (pp.1-148) Curculionides de la Guadeloupe (deuxième partie) / A. Hustache. (pp. 149-192) . Etude d'un mobilier nacrier : le troque (trochus niloticus) / J. Risbec. (pp. 193-440): Les insectes nuisibles au cotonnier dans les colonies françaises / P. Vayssière.(pp. 441-494) Fasc. 4.: Etude d'un mammifère insectivore malgache : le Geogale aurita / G. Grandidier et G. Petit. (pp. 495-558) Fasc. 5 : Contribution à l'étude de la faune de Madagascar (troisième partie) / G. Petit. (pp. 558-598). Fasc. 6 : Etude sur les lagunes de la côte occidentale du Maroc/ A. Gruvel. (pp. 599-629) Fasc. 7 : L'élevage au Maroc / Th. Monod.

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        EIN ACHTBLÄTTRIGER LOTUS - Gebete der Nacht - Mit einem nirvânischen Vor- und Nachgesang. (= Opus VII der Einhorn-Presse / \"Als Umrahmungen zweite >Indische Fuge< über das Thema der Âtman im Herzen und im Weltall\". - Als Handschrift. Einmaliger Sonderdruck der EINHORN - PRESSE). Wikipedia: Melchior Lechter (geb. 2. Oktober 1865 in Münster (Westfalen); gest. 8. Oktober 1937 in Raron, Kanton Wallis, Schweiz) war ein deutscher Maler, Graphiker und Buchkünstler. Als Monogramm (ML) vor allem bei seinen buchkünstlerischen Arbeiten benutzte er den Buchstaben \"M\" mittig geschnitten vom Buchstaben \"L\"...- Mit 14 begann er eine Ausbildung zum Glasmaler. Nach der Arbeit belegte er bei der Münsterschen Kunstgenossenschaft Kurse an der Zeichen-, Mal- und Modellierschule. Nach der Ausbildung ging er 1884 nach BERLIN, wo er an der HOCHSCHULE DER BILDENDEN KÜNSTE studierte und nebenbei als Glasmaler arbeitete. Nach dem Ende des Studiums malte Lechter zunächst Gebrauchskunst, etwa für Werbemittel, bis Fritz GURLITT 1896 eine Ausstellung einrichtete. Lechter schaffte damit den Durchbruch seiner Kunst in Berlin. Prägend war die Begegnung mit Stefan GEORGE, für den Lechter viele Bücher im Georg BONDI Verlag buchkünstlerisch gestaltete. - Er erhielt 1898 von Jakob PALLENBERG den Auftrag zur Ausgestaltung des Pallenberg-Saales mit Glasfenstern und Mosaiken am Kölner MUSEUM für Angewandte Kunst. Für die 1899/1900 ausgeführte Gesamtgestaltung erhielt er 1900 auf der PARISER WELTAUSSTELLUNG einen Grand Prix...- Am 30. September 1910 reiste Lechter mit Karl WOLFSKEHL nach Indien ab. Lechter begab sich dort auf eine fünfmonatige Reise über CEYLON, MADRAS und ADYAR, das Zentrum der Adyar-TG. Dabei führte er Tagebuch. Dieses wurde nach seiner Rückkehr in kleiner Auflage (333 Exemplare) als zweiter Druck der von Lechter gegründeten EINHORN PRESSE mit besonderem Buchschmuck veröffentlicht.

      Berlin, Otto von Holten, 1935. Limitierte Auflage - 133 /150 Ex., von Melchior Lechter handschriftlich mit der laufenden Zahl bezeichnet und signiert [hier: ML 133] - Druck auf getöntem, handgeschöpftem Alt-Bütten in Drei-Farben-Druck in Pappband mit Pergamentrücken. Nach Drucklegung wurden die Platten vernichtet. nn., 1 weißes Bl., 15 Bll. mit (ornamentalem) Buchschmuck v. Melchior Lechter; 34 x 22cm 4° Sprache : de OHpgtBd, mit goldgeprä. Deckel- u. Rt., Einband leicht berieben. Der Buchrücken hat einen kl. Fleck von 0,15cm.. Ansonsten ein sehr sauberes, gutes Exemplar. Lesebändchen. Versand D: 3,95 EUR

      [Bookseller: Hadler Antiquariat]
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      London: Oxford University Press, 1935. Early printing of the edition. Illustrated with a black and white frontispiece of Shakespeare. 8vo, beautifully bound in full dark-green crushed morocco, the spine with raised bands richly gilt, separating compartments with fully gilt panels incorporated broad central gilt tools and elaborate borders, one compartment lettered in gilt, the covers fully gilt with elaborately tooled borders enclosing very finely and broadly tooled inner designs in gilt, all edges gilt, end-leaves of fine marbled paper. 1352 pp. including a very extensive glossary. A very fine copy, especially well preserved, very handsome and a beautifully bound book. A WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF THE COMPLETE WORKS OF THE VENERABLE BARD. Besides of full complement of the plays, the Sonnets and the longer poems are all included. There is a fine glossary, an index of first lines, and an index of characters.

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.]
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        Dingo + esquisse originale au crayon gras du dessin de la page 83

      Editions Nationales / Collection des Oeuvres Illustrées 1935. In-8 broché. Un des 3250 exemplaires n° sur alfa ( après 15 hollande, 100 rives, 500 chiffon ). Frontispice & magnifiques illustrations de Gus Bofa. Non coupé. Etat proche du neuf. Rare édition originale illustrée. Exceptionel exemplaire accompagné de l'esquisse originale au crayon gras du dessin de la page 83.Port gratuit pour la France ( En raison des nouvelles normes postales, les livres dont l'épaisseur dépasse les 3 cm seront expédiés obligatoirement en Colissimo avec un forfait ajouté de 5 € ) Port à la charge de l'Acheteur pour le reste du monde. Pour destinations extra-planétaire s'adresser à la NASA. Membre du Syndicat Lusitanien Amateurs Morues - Vente exclusivement par correspondance ! Le libraire ne reçoit que sur rendez-vous. Il est préférable de téléphoner avant tout déplacement.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Victor Sevilla]
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        Italiani e stranieri alla Mostra della Rivoluzione Fascista.

      Roma SAIE, 1935, 4to m.tela originale, bella cop. ill. a colori (di Biazzi così come molte delle tavole all'interno) pp. 735 complet. ill. in nero e col. Edizione di lusso, numerata (nostra n° 0038) e di grande qualità grafica; non comune oggi.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica]
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        Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination.

      London: George G. Harrap & Company, 1935. First signed limited edition of this Arthur Rackham. Quarto, original full vellum, titles and tooling to the spine and front panel, top edge gilt, pictorial endpapers. Illustrations by Arthur Rackham including 12 tipped-in color plates, 17 black & white illustrations. Signed by Arthur Rackham on the limitation page, as issued. In the original publisher's slipcase with printed spine label, one of 460 copies. In near fine condition with a touch of rubbing. Uncommon in this condition and in the original slipcase. The title "Tales of Mystery and Imagination" was first used by The World's Classics and printed by Grant Richard in 1902. The title of this collection was then adopted by Padraic Colum in 1908 in view of the growing reputation of Poe's taste for suspense, especially in the context of what his French critic M. Brunetiere called events "on the margin" of life. The original collection, in keeping with its title, deliberately excluded Poe's poems, comedies and essays. There are twenty-five tales including The Pit and the Pendulum, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, The Fall of the House of Usher and The Descent into the Maelstrom.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books]
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