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        Seven Pillars of Wisdom

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1935. A Triumph. Quarto. Publisher's tan quarter pigskin on sand buckram boards, title gilt to spine, crossed swords device gilt to upper board, Cockerell marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, others uncut. With the original card slipcase. With a portrait frontispiece and 53 plates, many of them in colour, and 4 folding maps. Just a little bit of flaking at head and a couple of other minor marks, overall an excellent copy. One of the limited edition of 750 numbered copies, this number 734.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Seven Pillars of Wisdom; a triumph

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1935. First British trade edition. Full Leather. Fine condition. Beautifully rebound in full tan moroccoby the Cottage Bindery of Bath, England. Front and back cover ruled in black and gilt. Portrait of Lawrence on front cover. Five raised bands on the spine and titled in gilt with additional rules and tooling in black and gilt. Inner dentelles stamped in blind. Marbled endpapers. Top enge gilt.

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Seven Pillars of Wisdom

      Cape, 1935. 1st edition. Hardcover. First trade printing. Brown buckram cloth with Eric Kennington's famous gilt crossed scimitars on the front board, gilt spine lettering. Apart from some light spotting on the endpapers and on the plain reverse of some of the illustrations, the rough-cut pages are mercifully free from the foxing which often mars this title. All maps and plates present. Some vertical creases on one leaf. Illustrations throughout by Kennington, Augustus John, William Nicholson, among others. The distinctive buff dustwrapper is not price-clipped, has had some minor pieces of conservation, is very slightly rubbed as is common, and now looks very well indeed. In sum, a near fine example of the author's classic work.

      [Bookseller: Shellhouse Books]
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        Seven Pillars of Wisdom A Triumph

      London, UK: Jonathan Cape Ltd., 1935. First Edition . Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Size=7.75"x10. 54 Illustrations & 4 Maps. (full book description) Jonathan Cape Ltd., London, UK, 1935. 1st Ed.(Trade) VG/Good-, Hard Cover, DJ with Mylar. Size=7.75"x10", 672pgs(Index). 54 Illustrations & 4 Maps. 3/8" DJ chip foot of spine, DJ nicked top & bottom edges, DJ slightly browned (a little darker on spine), 1/8" cloth tear (2) fore-edges, 2 uncancelled Silver Jubilee, 3 halfpence stamps on Title Page,bookplate inside front book cover, o.w. clean, birght & tight. No ink names, bookplates, etc. Text in Fine condition. Price unclipped. Uncut page ends. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE!

      [Bookseller: Ed Conroy Bookseller - edconroybooks.com]
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        Taps at Reveille

      New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1935.. First edition, first state, with pages 349-52 uncancelled and with “catch it” reading on page 351. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author, "For Isabel Owens Hoping we'll both be able to look back to this winter as a bleak exception, in a business way from F. Scott ("Old Scrooge") Fitzgerald". Isabel Owens worked full-time as Fitzgerald's Baltimore secretary from 1932-36. She continued part-time in this role until his death in 1940. In addition to her secretarial duties, Owens acted as a foster mother to the Fitzgeralds' daughter Scottie and companion to Zelda. A bright near fine copy with the spine gilt bright in a very good dust jacket with some professional restoration. Housed in a custom quarter morocco clamshell box. A splendid association copy.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Murder in the Cathedral

      London: Faber and Faber Limited,, 1935. Octavo. Original purple cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Minor scuff and small bump to upper board. An excellent copy in the rubbed and dulled jacket with some nicks and short splits and toned spine panel. First complete edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "Eleanor Hinckley, from T. S. Eliot, 5.vi.35". Hinckley was Eliot's cousin and a frequent correspondent. Loosely inserted into this copy are the programme for the play's first performance at the Canterbury festival of Music & Drama in April 1935, as well as two photographs from a separate performance (in the late 1930s or very early 1940s) showing the marquee of the Shubert Theatre advertising the play. This printing was preceded by an abbreviated acting edition for sale at performances of the play in Canterbury Cathedral.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Murder in the Cathedral (First UK Edition)

      London: Faber and Faber, 1935. First Edition. First Edition. A touch of offsetting to the front endpaper, else Fine and unread in a Fine dust jacket. A pristine copy of this key Eliot drama, written about Thomas A. Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 until he was assassinated in 1170 as a result of his conflicts with King Henry II of England over the rights and privileges of the Church. Gallup A29.b.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        LIFE In The CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS (CCC), 1935 Ð 194[2]

      Clinton, Indiana:. 1935 - 1942 (?).. 9-1/4" x 12-1/4". Unpaginated, though 40 pp.. Commercial photograph album with black pages and brown boards with cord & tie; ÒClinton, IndianaÓ written in white ink on front cover.. Album: Very Good; Photographs - most clear and sharp. Memorabilia:. Very Good [or better].. In 1933, as the Great Depression continued unabated, Congress passed emergency legislation to implement President RooseveltÕs New Deal CCC program. Young men desperate for employment from all over the country flocked by the hundreds to join. Among them was the anonymous compiler of this album. Assigned to a company that was initially headquartered in Clover, Utah, he apparently moved with his corps from the foot of the Stansbury Mountains to the flat rural terrain of Wilmington, Ohio, to the coal mining community of Clinton, Indiana. In each of these under- developed and wide open spaces, CCC camps were built and barracks were constructed to house Òthe camp boysÓ. Recruited for tours of duty of up to a year, these men were put to work six days a week building recreation facilities, trails, culverts, and roads. Army reserve officers, some of whom appear in photographs and named in the captions, ran the camps and the work details. A CCC educational advisor, one of the teachers or vocational experts assigned to the camp to teach literacy or a trade, is also pictured. & & From these images it is easy to see that far from home, in unfamiliar country, and doing back-breaking labor together for long hours, the men became each othersÕ family. On their bunks or out in the blazing sun, posing together and with arms slung over each othersÕ shoulders, the comradery is evident. Captions read Òthe Polaks [sic] from ToledoÓ, ÒOhio BuckeyesÓ, Òthe Clover Softball TeamÓ, ÒScheeser [the dog] Camp MascotÓ, and several photographs are captioned simply ÒThe Camp BoysÓ. A few men are named in multiple photographs. The compiler included a number of pictures of the features and equipment of the camp: Òthe Camp ClotheslineÓ, ÒMess HallÓ, ÒStorage Tents and Cedar Posts [logs] in BackgroundÓ and ÒCamp Caterpillar.Ó He also seemed to be sensitive to the raw beauty of the arid areas in which they worked. There are pictures of Rush Valley sheep, mountain passes and mountain views, salt desert views, horses and cattle grazing, and the creek at Clover. Souvenir postcards of cities, natural features, and a child film star are found in the last pages of the album. & & An unidentified portrait, which could be the compiler of this album, is laid in. By 1941 the CCC programs were ending, and it was probable that the young men pictured in this album were soon to wear another form of uniform as the U.S. entered World War II. The photographs remain, however, to give evidence of the CCC legacy: Americans, hard at work, pulling together, building a strong infrastructure for the nation. . 152 images, most captioned. 19 postcards (some real photo postcards), 1 canteen book cover; 10 captioned photographs lacking. Photographs and postcards inserted into photo corners on each page. & & Places Mentioned in Photograph Captions:& & Clover, Utah & Grantsville, Utah& Tooele, Utah& Stansbury Mountains& Onaqui Mountains & Oquirrh Mountains& Wilmington, Ohio - Camp Clinton, Corps #3502 & Henryville, Indiana& Clinton, Indiana.

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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        Scouts in Bondage. A Story of Boy Scouts in Strange Adventure

      London: The Aldine Publishing Co., n.d. (c.1935)., 1935. First Edition. Publisher's black pictorial red cloth in its original, rare dust jacket. Coloured frontispiece repeating the illustration to dust jacket and to upper cloth. Book sound and internally clean; edges cloth bright with spine faded in two places where the dustwrapper is chipped. Bright, fragile dustwrapper, a little rubbed and creased, some minor chips along extremities, spine with words 'Scouts' missing at head and publisher's name missing at foot. Neat owner's inscription.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Green Hills of Africa

      New York, Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1935. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt on a black ground, facsimile signature to upper board gilt. With the supplied dust jacket. Housed in a quarter black morocco solander box made by The Chelsea Bindery. Decorations by Edward Shenton. Contents a little browned, spine faded and lightly rolled, boards a little pale as usual. Very good in the rubbed and tanned dust jacket supplied from another copy. First Edition, First Printing. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "To Archie and Ada With love from Pappy", and with the ownership signature of the recipient "Macleish" above. The recipients were the poet, editor and librarian Archibald MacLeish (1892–1982) and his wife Ada, née Hitchcock. MacLeish was a key figure among the Parisian community of literary expatriates that included such members as Gertrude Stein and Ernest Hemingway in the 1920s. By the time of the publication of this title he was editor of Fortune Magazine.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        BOXING IN ART AND LITERATURE Inscribed by Ernest Hemingway to his friend, boxing coach, and pallbearer

      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1935. First Edition. hardcover. Near Fine in a specially made clamshell box. This anthology, featuring one of Hemingway's most enduring short stories ("Fifty Grand"), is INSCRIBED and SIGNED by Hemingway to George Brown: "For George, from his pal, Ernie." Brown was Hemingway's dear friend as well as his personal trainer and boxing coach. He served as a pallbearer at Hemingway's funeral. As far as we can determine, he was the only nonrelation on an "Ernie" basis with Hemingway. Although Hemingway regularly inscribed large numbers of his books (many that he did NOT inscribe can be found on ), it is quite possible that this is the only inscribed copy of this book. A wonderful and, given the subject of the anthology, appropriate association copy.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Green Hills of Africa

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1935.. First edition. Octavo, original green cloth. Inscribed by the author," To Gweneth P. Beam wishing her plenty of luck Ernest Hemingway" The recipient was a secretary at Scribners at the time of publication when Hemingway inscribed this copy to her. Some light fading to the cloth as usual in a bright near fine dust jacket. Housed in a custom quarter morocco clamshell box. A very sharp copy.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        LLANTO POR IGNACIO SÁNCHEZ MEJÍAS de. Dibujos de J. Caballero.

      Cruz y Raya (S. Aguiire, Imp.), Madrid 1935 - 1ª ed. 22x28.2. 22pp. 1h. 3 láminas de José Caballero. Rústica. Dedicatoria autógrafa: "Para mi compañero de la Residencia Manolo Cortés / Recuerdo De / Federico García Lorca / Madrid. 1935." Firma en la portada de Manuel Cortés Villarreal. De las escasas informaciones que hemos podido encontrar sobre Manuel Cortés, resulta que era extremeño, de Trujillo (¿y de dónde si no, con ese sonante apellido?), donde trabajó como secretario de Juzgado, nació en 1909 y murió en 1989. Aunque coincidió con Federico en la Residencia, no hay constancia de que tuvieran una estrecha amistad – ni el tono de la dedicatoria lo sugiere. Tenues huellas en las cubiertas, pero muy buen ejemplar. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.

      [Bookseller: Carmichael Alonso libros]
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        A History of the British Army

      London: MacMillan. Near Fine. 1935. Reprint. Hardcover. Near Fine condition. Bound in red cloth with gilt stamping to the spines. 12 volumes in 19 books. Numerous folding maps. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

      [Bookseller: Book Gallery // Mike Riley]
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        Les Cahiers des Droits de l'Homme. 35e année - du n°1 du 10 janvier 1935 au n°33 du 30 décembre 1935.

      Imprimerie centrale de la Bourse. 1935 - - Imprimerie centrale de la Bourse., Paris _1935, 21,5x30cm, 29 fascicules en feuillets. - Edition originale de cette revue tri-mensuelle dirigée par Emile Kahn. Ensemble de 29 fascicules. Les n°5, 14 et 17 sont manquants. Organe officiel de la Ligue des Droits de l'Homme apparu en 1920, les Cahiers sont considérés, par les défenseurs de la démocratie comme un outil militant mais aussi comme une importante source d'information documentaire. . La Librairie Le Feu Follet offre aux clients AbeBooks 10% de réduction ainsi que les frais de port vers la France métropolitaine sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 633 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Young Joseph

      New York. Aflred A. Knopf. 1935. Gilt titled and embossed black cloth. 12mo. 1st U.S. Edition. Signed by Mann on flyleaf. A Fine copy in the rare dustwrapper. Flyleaf has been trimmed short at bottom edge. Very mild chipping to headpiece of dustwrapper and some very light soiling to rear panel. An innocuous 2" inch ink stamp stating " Autographed Copy " appears at the very upper right edge of the dustwrapper 's front panel. A bright crisp unmarred signed copy of this Mann title in a Very Good original and very scarce dustwrapper. A Jewel.

      [Bookseller: Heldfond Book Gallery, ABAA-ILAB]
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        The Cave at Altamira at Santillana del Mar, Spain

      Madrid: Tipografia de Archivos. 1935. An elaborate volume on the prehistoric cave paintings of Altamira, updating a 1906 edition by Breuil and Emile Cartailhac. Large quarto with 52 plates, both black & white photographs and full color plates reproducing Breuil's original drawings of the animals in the Altamira frescoes. A number of the color plates are double pages; all are protected with tissue guards. The caves at Altamira were discovered in the 1870s and were the first caves to be found that contained prehistoric artworks. Their Spanish discoverers were ridiculed for claiming that the paintings belonged to people of the Upper Paleolithic era, and it wasn't until decades later, after numerous other such caves had been found around Europe, that this became a generally recognized truth. Breuil, a French archeologist, visited the site and made drawings of a number of the animals depicted on the cave walls for the 1906 monograph -- notably in particular a species of bison that had been extinct in Spain for thousands of years; three decades later he updated and expanded his work, taking advantage of increased access to the cave and newly available lighting. The present volume has more plates than the earlier one, and all of the earlier images have been updated and improved. The discovery of the caves at Altamira was one of the most significant archeological discoveries of the 19th century, changing forever our understanding of our human forebears. This volume was produced during the Spanish Second Republic, the relatively brief period of liberal democracy preceding the Spanish Civil War and the subsequent forty years of fascist rule. A beautiful book, three quarter bound in leather and attractively and elaborately printed. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Theory of Money and Credit

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1935.. First American edition and first edition in English. Octavo, original cloth. Signed and dated by the author. Housed in a custom quarter morocco clamshell box.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Death in the Clouds

      London, Collins. 1935. , 1935. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED by the author to flyleaf "With Love from / Agatha." Pp.252 + 4 [advertisements]. Publisher's orange cloth titled in black, some light fading to the spine and the customary slight wear to extremities and spine ends. A little dusty to the top-edge. In a supplied second issue (i.e repriced at 3/6) wrapper, whicxh remains in a splendid degree of preservation, a trifle frayed at head of spine but resplendant with the vivid blues and bright white decoration that all too often are soiled and darkened by both the passage of time and repeated readings of stories that have become classics of the mystery genre. Altogether a lovely addition to any serious collection of Agatha Christie. In the book, Poirot is a passenger on board a flight from Paris to Croydon. Some time before landing, one of the passengers, Madame Giselle - a moneylender - is found dead. Initially, a reaction to a wasp sting is postulated, but Poirot spies the true cause of death: a poison-tipped dart, apparently fired from a blowpipe. It becomes apparent that the victim has been murdered.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Scandal of Father Brown (First Edition)

      New York: Dodd, Mead, 1935. First American Edition. Fine and unread in a Fine dust jacket. Slightest fading to the topstain, else a pristine copy, virtually as new. Chesterton's fifth Father Brown book, a collection of stories.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        The Scandal of Father Brown

      London: Cassell, 1935. 1st ed., 1935. 8vo. 248 pp. Original gilt stamped navy blue cloth. Light shelf wear bottom edge else a bright, near fine book in DJ with a 1/2" x 3/4" chip base of the spine, shallow chip crown of the spine, tape verso on top and bottom edge, slight dust soiling, spine and front poanel unfaded, very good.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

      [Bookseller: Thomas Dorn ABAA]
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        EROS AND PSYCHE: A POEM IN XII MEASURES

      Newtown, Wales: The Gregynog Press, 1935. ONE OF 285 COPIES (of 300, counting 15 copies bound in morocco). Hardcover. 286 x 225 mm (11 1/4 x 8 7/8"). 4 p.l., 141, [1] pp., [1] leaf (colophon). ONE OF 285 COPIES (of 300, counting 15 copies bound in morocco). Publisher's white pigskin, blocked in gilt on front cover with medallion of arabesque design incorporating flower and butterflies, straps depicted in gilt on spine where bands would be, gilt top, other edges untrimmed. In a (somewhat soiled but apparently original) ivory-colored buckram traycase. With initial letters designed by Graily Hewitt and printed in green, and with 24 wood engravings in the text, two of them full-page, redrawn by Dorothy Hawksley from designs by Edward Burne-Jones and cut by Loyd Haberly and R. John Beedham. Printed in red and black on Batchelor handmade paper. Harrop 33; De Zilverdistel Cat. II, 33. Just a touch of soil to the white pigskin, but the binding otherwise unworn, and, in all, AN ESPECIALLY FINE COPY, internally pristine and used so little that the volume opens only reluctantly. Cave says that the present item, the last work produced under Haberly's supervision, was the "principal book to be produced" during Haberly's regime. Franklin calls the work "a notable book . . . bringing together almost sentimentally the old players--Kelmscott paper, a type cut for the press, Graily Hewitt, Burne-Jones, Bridges," and he praises the controversial typeface as "a bit undisciplined but brave and different, calligraphic, splendid for Gregynog." This is the only item, aside from a Christmas card, printed at the Gregynog Press using the squat, rounded, curvilinear Gregynog type. The illustrations in the present work are reworked from Burne-Jones' drawings done for William Morris' "Cupid and Psyche," and the text is a translation of Apuleius' "Eros and Psyche" by poet laureate Robert Bridges (1844-1930). Harrop says that our ordinary binding (which, as handsomely decorated high quality pigskin, is not really ordinary at all) in this case is "infinitely preferable to the special binding." Because of its traycase, our volume--particularly vulnerable to soiling and darkening--has been protected from dirt and light over the years, and it is inconceivable that one could find a cleaner copy or one exhibiting so few signs of use.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Eros and Psyche. A Poem in XII Measures (Gregynog)

      Newtown, Mont. Wales: The Gregynog Press, 1935 In white pigskin, very clean with only the very faintest yellowing, a few spots to lower cover, blocked in gilt on upper cover with a circular design which incorporates hand tooling, gilt ties to imitation spine bands, gilt spine titling, silk headbands to tone, top edge gilt, other uncut, 1 tiny chip to p edge, unsigned, [8], 141 [3] pp, 280*212 mm, the designs were prepared for engraving by Dorothy Hawksley, 5 of which were cut on wood by Loyd Haberly and the remaining 19 by R John Beedham, initial letters printed in green, text in red and black, probably an unread copy!, an edition limited to just 285 copies bound in the pigskin, there were also 15 specials. With its issued slip case and silk lined box. One of the most difficult Gregynog titles to locate and rarely found with its covers in as good a condition as this! (Harrop 33). The illustrations chosen by Loyd Haberly were culled from a set of about 70 drawings, prepared by Burne_jones for William Morris's narrative Poem, Cupid and Psyce (Harrop). Bridges, Robert Seymour, poet. See ODNB.Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, 1st Baronet was a British artist and designer. See ODNB.

      [Bookseller: Madoc Books]
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        EROS AND PSYCHE: A POEM IN XII MEASURES

      Gregynog Press, 1935. Limited Edition, one of 300 copies. Full Leather. Very Good binding. Edward Burne-Jones. Quarto. Full bound in cream pigskin deeply stamped in gold on the spine and upper cover; a fantastic edition of Bridges';s poem printed in black and red with the first word of each "quarter" boldly printed in green; 24 woodcuts after drawings by Burne-Jones; but for one small blemish on the front free endpaper, internally this is a near fine copy; the pigskin binding is a bit soiled else in near fine condition. Very Good binding.

      [Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc.]
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        The Star of Seville:

      Newtown, Montgomeryshire: Gregynog Press, 1935 A Drama in 3 acts and in verse attributed to Lope De Vega translated out of Spanish by Henry Thomas. Bembo type on Batchelor special making of GG watermarked hand made paper, text printed in red and black, initial letters in green, arms of Seville on TP designed by W Charles Thomas. Bound in black Oasis blocked on both covers with a design of Moorish character, composed of interlaced blind strapwork and gold stars. Spine decorated in blind and gilt with strapwork and stars, titling and device in gilt, top edge gilt, unsigned, (xii), (2), 108 pp, hugely attractive! (Harrop 32/p 201)

      [Bookseller: Madoc Books]
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        The Star of Seville

      Newtown, Montgomeryshire: Gregynog Press, 1935 A Drama in 3 acts and in verse attributed to Lope De Vega translated out of Spanish by Henry Thomas. Bembo type on Batchelor special making of GG watermarked hand made paper, text printed in red and black, initial letters in green, arms of Seville on TP designed by W Charles Thomas. Bound in black Oasis blocked on both covers with a design of Moorish character, composed of interlaced blind strapwork and gold stars. Spine decorated in blind and gilt with strapwork and stars, titling and device in gilt, top edge gilt, has an attractive bookplate of Ellen Evans to fpd (1891-1953, principal of the Glamorgan Training College), unsigned, (xii), (2), 108 pp, 242*165 mm, an edition limited to just 175 copies. Hugely attractive! (Harrop 32)Félix Arturo Lope de Vega y Carpio (25 November 1562 – 27 August 1635), Spanish playwright and poet. See Wiki for a full Bio.

      [Bookseller: Madoc Books]
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        The Story Of A Red-Deer

      Newtown, Montgomeryshire: Gregynog Press, 1935. Hardcover. Orig. brick cloth decorated and lettered in gilt. Near fine./No Dust Jacket. 125 pages. 25 x 20 cm. Ten decorations in color by Dorothy Burroughs, plus title vignette. Printed in red and black on Batcheler hand-made paper under the direction of Loyd Haberly,. Limited edition, copy 231 of 250. Prospectus for this title laid-in. This Welsh press found by the Davies sisters in the early 1920's continued publishing through the 1930's. RODERICK CAVE notes, "During its life, Gregynog published some noble book: how many of which were completely successful is remarkable when one considers some of the difficulties." Foxing to margins of pps. 110-113, otherwise very clean and bright throughout, small bookplate corner of front free endpaper.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc.]
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        Home Ranch

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1935, 1st Edition. () xvii, 346pp. Very good in fair dust jacket. Octavo. Brick red cloth with black lettering on spine and front cover. Some light bumping to spine and corners. Fading on spine and light wear to boards. Very light discolouration to endpapers. B / W frontis. B / W illustrations throughout. Light wear to outer edge of text block with top edge reddish and long outer edge roughly trimmed. In dust jacket, worn, especially around edges and price clipped. Dust jacket has some soiling and creasing, discolouration along bottom edge, mild chipping and closed tears along edges. There is a large (2 1 / 4" X 1 3 / 4") chip at top of spine and a 4 inch closed tear running onto front of jacket. There has been a small amount of professional restoration done to jacket. A nice copy. Illustrated by the author. A true first edition as signified by the Scribner's A. Will James was a cowboy, cattle rustler, beloved author and artist of the American West..

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books]
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        Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination

      London: George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., 1935 First edition. 12 color illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Original publisher's cloth, dust jacket. Near fine with some mild rubbing to the spine ends, a few small spots to top-edge; in an unclipped jacket with some light wear and a few small chips to the spine ends.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included. Illus. by Arthur Rackham.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Tales of Mystery and Imagination

      London: George C. Harrap & Co. Ltd.,, 1935. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Quarto. Original black pebble-grained cloth, titles to spine and front board gilt, pictorial block to front board in blind, pictorial endpapers. Frontispiece and 11 colour plates with captioned tissue-guards, 17 full-page black and white plates, 11 small black and white drawings. Touch of fading to spine tips, an exellent copy. First Rackham edition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Ulysses

      New York: The Limited Editions Club. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF ULYSSES, ONE OF ONLY 250 COPIES SIGNED BY BOTH JAMES JOYCE AND HENRI MATISSE; one of the most celebrated books of the twentieth century. The Limited Editions Club's Ulysses is the first illustrated Ulysses and "one of the very few American livres de peintres issued before World War II. According to George Macy, who undertook this only American publication of Matisse's illustrations, he asked the artist how many etchings the latter could provide for five thousand dollars. The artist chose to take six subjects from Homer's Odyssey. The preparatory drawings reproduced with the soft-ground etchings (Matisse's only use of this medium) record the evolution of the figures from vigorous sketches to closely knit, if less spontaneous, compositions" (The Artist and the Book, 197). Illustrated by Matisse with twenty-six plates, consisting of six soft-ground etchings, printed by hand, and twenty lithographic drawings, made as studies for the etchings, printed on thin colored papers. One of only 250 copies signed by both Joyce and Matisse (the remaining 1250 copies of the edition were signed only by Matisse). New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1935. Quarto, original brown buckram embossed in gold on front cover and spine from a design by LeRoy H. Appleton; top edge sprinkled brown, others uncut; original slipcase. Minor wear to slipcase. A FINE COPY.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        ULYSSES

      New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1935. No. 1367 OF 1,500 COPIES, SIGNED BY MATISSE. Hardcover. 305 x 235 mm (12 x 9 1/4"). xv, [iii], 363, [3] pp. Introduction by Stuart Gilbert. No. 1367 OF 1,500 COPIES, SIGNED BY MATISSE. Publisher's original brown buckram, embossed in gilt and titled on front cover and on flat spine, the decorations from a design by LeRoy H. Appleton. Housed in the original (slightly worn but generally well-preserved) board slipcase with brown titling on the spine. WITH 26 ILLUSTRATIONS BY HENRI MATISSE, depicting the Calypso, Aeolus, Cyclops, Nausicaa, Circe, and Ithaca episodes from Homer's "Odyssey." With the book review from the 24 November 1935 "New York Times" laid in at front. Slocum & Cahoon A-22; Quarto-Millenary 71; "The Artist and the Book" 197. Slipcase with minor soiling and with discreet minor and very neat glue repairs along joints, tiny losses of paper at head and tail of spine, otherwise solid and excellent. The volume itself in virtually mint condition. This is a particularly well-preserved copy of the only book illustrated by Matisse to be published in America, and one of the great collaborations of artist and author in the annals of 20th century private press publication. In the opinion of art publisher Monroe Wheeler, "It was a great idea to bring [Joyce and Matisse] together; celebrities of the same generation, of similar virtuosity." Newman says that this work and the Limited Editions Club "Lysistrata" "stand as landmarks in the history of the illustrated book," and the "Ulysses" is almost certainly the most famous work among LEC publications designed by George Macy. Matisse's illustrations are curious in that they were based not on "Ulysses," a work the artist had not read when he was asked to make etchings for the text, but on Homer's "Odyssey," from which Joyce's book obviously derives. "Following Matisse's wishes, the preparatory studies were grouped in front of each corresponding print, allowing the viewer to see the progression from sketch to finished composition." (Grolier Club Exhibition) Joyce was furious when he learned that Matisse had chosen to illustrate scenes from Homer's "Odyssey" as he had not bothered to read "Ulysses." As a result, he stopped signing the Limited Editions Club printing in a fit of pique, after affixing his signature to 250 copies (whereas Matisse signed them all). Although the LEC edition of "Ulysses" is far from a rare book in the marketplace, it is becoming more difficult to find in very fine condition (as here) and especially so with an excellent slipcase like the one housing our volume.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Ulysses

      NY: Limited Editions Club, 1935. Hardcover. Very good. #1433 of 1500cc signed by Matisse. Small ink name on front free endpaper, spine lettering a bit darkened, otherwise a fine copy in a better than usual example of the publisher's slipcase that has some light soiling and a small split to the bottom, but is otherwise near fine.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        Typed Letter, signed ("George Gershwin") to Hollywood music director Abe Meyer, thanking him for his "charming letter regarding PORGY AND BESS"

      New York, 8 november, 1935. 8 x 7 inches. One page, on personal stationery. Fine, matted and framed, with a portrait . Interesting letter, written less than a month after Gershwin's now legendary opera opened on October 10, 1935, to mixed reviews and a disappointingly short run. In this letter to Abe Meyer, musical director of many Hollywood movies (including REEFER MADNESS), Gershwin seems genuinely touched by Meyer's remarks: "- please accept my belated thanks for your charming letter regarding 'Porgy and Bess' last month. I appreciate your thoughtfulness in writing to me -" A fine, succinct example of a Gershwin letter from that period mentioning the work he is most remembered for, shortly after the opening, and signed boldly and in full

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Tales of Mystery and Imagination

      London, George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd.,, 1935. Together with an autograph letter signed by Arthur Rackham dated 25. Aug. 36 in the original envelope. Quarto. Original black cloth, titles and decoration to spine and front board gilt, pictorial endpapers, top edge grey. With the dust jacket. 12 fine colour plates and 17 line drawings by Arthur Rackham. Spine bumped, light browning to fore edge, dust jacket lightly chipped to corners, spine and edges browned. First Rackham edition, signed on the half title by Arthur Rackham. The autograph letter signed ("Yours faithfully Arthur Rackham") on Rackham's headed paper notes "I am very interested that you should like the 'Poe' the best" and confirms that he would be happy to sign the book for a 5/- fee.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination

      London: George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., 1935 Limited edition, one of 460 signed by Rackham. Large quarto. Original publisher's full vellum, decorated and lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, endpapers by Rackham. 12 color plates and 17 plates in black and white, and illustrations in the text by Rackham. An excellent copy with the front board slightly bowed, slightest trace of soiling, former owner "Christmas 1938" gift inscription, else fine and without any of the usual signs of use.. Signed by Illustrator. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION

      London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, 1935. First edition. Fine/Very Good. One of 460 copies, signed by the illustrator. A Fine copy of the book in a Very Good publisher's glassine dust jacket, housed in a Very Good slipcase, lacking the top panel of the case. Complete with twelve full color illustrations and numerous black and white illustrations throughout the text. A wonderful collection of Poe's work including: "The Tell-Tale Heart," "The Pit and the Pendulum," "The Fall of the House of Usher," "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," and many others. Fine in Very Good. dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books]
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        Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination

      London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd,, 1935. Large quarto. Original full vellum with titles and illustrations to front cover and spine gilt, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt. 12 tipped-in colour plates, 17 full page black and white illustrations and 11 smaller line drawings in the text by Rackham Spine slightly darkened, covers finger marked, internally bright and clean. Signed limited edition, one of 460 numbered copies signed by the artist, of which 450 were for sale, this copy marked for presentation. Rackham described his images for these stories as "so horrible I was beginning to frighten myself."

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Weird Tales Magazine ( Pulp ) / Volume 26 # 2, August 1935 ( Doctor Satan; Drome of the Living Dead; Ghost; Black Orchid; The House Party at Smoky Island; Treader of the Dust; The Eyrie, etc)

      Chicago: Popular Fiction Publishing Company / Weird Tales Magazine ( Pulp ) / Volume 26 # 2, August 1935, 1st Edition, 1st Printing, 1935. -----------pulp, about 7 x 10 inches, a solid Very Good+ copy, a bit light rubbing and wear, small chip at lower spine tip, age toning to paper but not brittle, super bright colours on the front panel, this contains: Satan in Exile [Part 3 of 4] by Arthur William Bernal; The Black Orchid by Seabury Quinn; Doctor Satan by Paul Ernst; The Drome of the Living Dead by John Scott Douglas; The House Party at Smoky Island by L. M. Montgomery; The Idol and the Rajah by Claude Farrère; In Amundsen's Tent by John Martin Leahy; Once in a Thousand Years by Frances Bragg Middleton; The Treader of the Dust by Clark Ashton Smith; Poems: Ghost by Leona Ames Hill; Old Salt by Edgar Daniel Kramer, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Pulp. Very Good+. Illus. by Margaret Brundage Cover Art.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        Flora Agaricina Danica. Published under the auspices of the Society for the Advancement of Mycology in Denmark and the Danish Botanical Society. 5 volumes

      Copenhagen. Leather Bound. 1935-1940. Quarto. xxiv, 90; 105; 96; 119; 105pp. Illustrated with 200 color chromolithographed plates, 50 in each volume. Bound in 3/4 brown morocco over wood grain boards. Spine lettered in gilt. Slight fading to spines else a Near Fine set. All illustrations clean and bright. From the library of William Gruber with "Library of Wm. B. Gruber" in gilt on the front cover of each volume. Gruber, the inventor of the Viewmaster and an avid photographer, was a fan of mycology. He took the stereo-photographs for A.H. Smith's 1949 Mushrooms in their Natural Habits which also included a Viewmaster. Image or additional images available upon request

      [Bookseller: Wessel & Lieberman Booksellers ABAA]
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        Signed Christmas Card from H P Lovecraft, Dated 1935 (author of The Shadow Over Innsmouth; At the Mountains of Madness; The Outsider, etc)

      Providence, Rhode Island: No Publisher, 1935, ( 1st ), 1935. -----------Christmas card and envelope, envelope is addressed in Lovecraft's hand, postal date stamp of Dec 19, 1935, includes the actual Christmas card sent by HPL who has signed the card H.P.L. -1935, card is Very Good but when sealed some of the glue from the envelope flap adhered to the card resulting in a pull to the card ( Does this mean there are traces of HPL's DNA on the enevelope and card ?---Gad, the possibilities!!!), the envelope does not have HPL's signature nor return address, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Signed by Author. First Edition Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by No Cover Art or Design.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        CAMERA OBSCURA. with DESPAIR

      London: John Long, Limited, [1935] & ;1937] Two Volumes,, 1935 [NABOKOV, Vladimir] NABOKOFF-SIRIN, Vladimir. CAMERA OBSCURA. DESPAIR. Both of the John Long Nabokov Rarities. Translated from the Russian by Winifred Roy & the first translation of any of Nabokov's books into English. [Juliar D14.4] 8vo., 288pp + 16 pp ads. Original black cloth, titles to upper board & spine gilt. Small, neat mostly faded name on the front pastedown. A very good or better copy of the First English Language Edition. The very uncommon first of Long's Nabokov publications. With: DESPAIR. Translated from the Russian by the author. [Juliar A15.2]. 8vo., 288pp. + 24 pp ads. Original black cloth, titles to upper board & spine gilt. A very good or better copy of the First English Edition. The second of Long's publications of Nabokov & almost as uncommon as the first. The first substantial publication by the author in English.  Both volumes together. Custom cut stiff Mylar clear wrappers.. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        DICK TRACY: THE CAPTURE OF BORIS ARSON

      1935. 1. POP-UP. (BLUE RIBBON / PLEASURE BOOKS) DICK TRACY: THE CAPTURE OF BORIS ARSON by Chester Gould. Chic: Pleasure Books (1935). 4to, pictorial boards, covers lightly soiled else Fine. Illustrated with 3 great color pop-ups and many b&w illustrations all throughout the text. One of the scarcest titles in this series. Whitten:Paper Toys of the World p. 76.

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. ]
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        When Boys Go Off to School (SIGNED)

      Fleming H. Revell, New York 1935 - VG/G as dj has a few chips, minor soiling to rear panel and three small lacerations on rear flap, signed by author on tp, 124pps, rare cult classic. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bohemian Bookworm]
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        Eros and Psyche. A Poem in XII Measures by Robert Bridges: With Wood-cuts from Designs by Edward Burne-Jones.

      The Gregynog Press (Newtown, Mont. Wales), 1935 - Limited to 300 copies, printed and bound at The Gregynog Press. Bound in white pigskin. Gilt motif to front board and gilt bands and title to spine, t.e.g., others uncut. 141pp. Covers sl.darkened and spine light sunned. Ex-libris.(Ralph Smith) to front e.p. 29x22.7cm.

      [Bookseller: Ogawa Tosho,Ltd. ABAJ, ILAB]
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