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        RESTATEMENT OF THE LAW

      American Law Institute publishers, 1935. INGLESE 25 Prima edizione della famosa opera a cura dell' American Law Institute realizzata con l' intento di mettere ordine e chiarificare il diritto statunitense. Composta da 22 volumi rilegati con titoli e fregi ai dorsi e alle coperte ant.,testo a tuuta pagine e su due colonne, presenti all' interno indici e tabelle,l' opera è suddivisa per tematiiche. Pagine integre e pulite, ottimo stato di conservazione. Presente anche un volume con l'indice generale. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Sveiki, broliai dainininkai (kuntapliada) : dainos apie kysininkus, iseikvotojus, perbegelius ir biurokratus [Hail, Brothers Singers (Ruling Pleiad) : Songs about Bribetakers, Spendthrifts, Deserters and Bureaucrats] [Satirical Verses Collection]

      Sakalas, Kaunas 1935 - Lithuanian language. Octavo 13 x 19 cm. Weight 75 gr. Wrappers, 63 pp. Print run 2000 copies. The book is in Near Fine condition, without any visible defects, losses and remarks. Two minor stains on the front cover, slightly frayed back cover edges. Eye-catching modernist cover design in black red and white with elements of satire perfectly complements book's content. Present avant-garde feuilleton poems collection named after popular Lithuanian folk song is author's third work in genre of rhymed short satire after “3 Granadieriai” (Three Grenadiers) and "Nuo Maironies iki manes" (From Maironis to Me). The first two collections include literary parodies, third one contains satirical poems published in satirical journal "Kuntaplis" edited by author. Here he criticizes social evils, bureaucracy of authorities, greed, exposed rulers machinations, assailed human vices, ironizing petty bourgeoisie and misery narrow-minded people. One of the strongest poems in collection is „Obyvateliu himnas“(Hymn to narrow person) mocking Lithuanian Polish language (dedicated to Tutejszy, name of rural population). By creating such great feuilleton poems author cultivated the satirical vein and proved his talent as brilliant master at rhyming. Teofilis Tilvytis (1904-1969) was one of the leading Lithuanian avant-garde poets and most significant member of cult literary avant-garde movement Keturi vejai (Four Winds) after its founder Kazys Binkis. He had a strong lyrical talent. Prominent literary critic Juozapas Herbauiauskas wrote about Tilvytis, what he would have become Lithuanian Pushkin, if he had worked harder. At the beginning of literary career he concentrated on satire. In his short poems evidently seen influence of Vladimir Mayakovsky. In the Soviet period Tilvytis mainly wrote lyric and epic poems providing socialist realism. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        BUCOLICA

      STUDIO EDITORIALE MODERNO, CATANIA 1935 - INTERLINGUE In italiano e latino, testo con introduzione traduzione italiana e note di Jole de Sipio, firma appartenenza al frontespizio, pagine brunite ai bordi e con rara fioritura, alcune libere dalla legatura, in alcuni margini appunti numerici a matita, brossura editoriale in cartoncino ruvido, con titoli rossi e neri, ingiallita, con strappi ai bordi ed al dorso

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        From Farm Boy to Financier

      D. Appleton-Century Company Incorporated. vi, [2], 312 p. Index. Black and white photographic plates including frontis portrait of Vanderlip who rose from humble beginnings to become head of National City Bank. This work most notable for Chapter XXI entitled 'A Conclave on Jekyl Island' which states: "There was an occasion, near the close of 1910, when I was as secretive, indeed, as furtive as any conspirator... I do not feel it any exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyl Island as the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System." - page 210. Moderate wear to book. Binding intact. Slight lean to spine. Gift greetings, dated 1935, upon front free endpaper. Above-average wear to dust jacket, now in mylar, which lacks a two-inch piece from bottom of spine. Includes news clipping detailing the settlement of Vanderlip's estate. A worthy copy of this historic reference.

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        Illustrations Of The Book of Job; Being All The Water-Colour Designs Pencil Drawings And Engravings Reproduced In Facsimile

      NY: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1935. Stiff Wraps. Orig. stiff gray wrappers, black cloth spine. Fine. Six parts. 38 x 29 1/2 cm. Folio, 61 pages in text. Introduction by Lawrence Binyon and Geoffrey Keynes. All the reproductions, except the collotypes in the text of the Introduction made and printed by Emery Walker Ltd, and the Introduction printed by John Johnson at the Oxford University Press. Published in six parts, sixty three water colors (The Thomas Butts, John Linnell & New Zealand Set) -- being parts II,III, V. Twenty-five pencil and wash drawings (part IV), and twenty-two etchings of the Book of Job (part VI). The Trainon Press, "Book of Job," does not reproduce all the drawings. Internally very clean, each part with printed paper front cover label, small smudge upper left corner Vol. IV.

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        YU^SHIKIFU^ MONYO^

      1935. Very Good. [DESIGN] Hishita Matabei. YUSHIKIFU MONYO, 3 vols. Kyoto, Uchida Bijutsu Showa 10 [1935]. Orihon, folding album, printed paper over boards, printed paper title labels. 31.4 x 22.2 cm., Delicate color woodblock printed designs throughout. Paper a bit browned, else very good in the original publisher's clasped chitsu case (w/o clasps). Complete.

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        Preserve the Olympic ideal :a statement of the case against American participation in the Olympic Games at Berlin

      Committee on Fair Play in Sports, 20 Vesey Street, New York, New York 1935 - With illustrations. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        An Early Martyr

      New York: The Alcestis Press, 1935. First Edition, one of 165 copies printed, this copy on Strathmore Permanent all-rag paper and unnumbered, signed by the author on the colophon. 8vo. Original pale yellow wrappers. Fine copy in the original glassine jacket. First Edition, one of 165 copies printed, this copy on Strathmore Permanent all-rag paper and unnumbered, signed by the author on the colophon. 8vo. One of 165 Copies - Inscribed by Author and Publisher. Limited signed first edition, additionally inscribed on the front free endpaper: "for Arthur Richmond/ to this company the birds themselves/ and the sleek beasts belong./ William Carlos Williams." Also inscribed on the following leaf by publisher J. Ronald Lane Latimer: "Richmond-/Scotch or Bourbon?/Latimer/Note to posterity: Richmond, that bookseller., refused to go on a binge/ with the publisher Latimer who was/dying of thirst & neurosis-" One of Williams's great collections, containing several of his most famous poems (e.g., 'The Yachts', 'Catholic Bells', 'Flowers by the Sea'); and among the scarcest of his first editions. Williams' inscription to Richmond is a quote from his poem "Hymn to Love Ended," which appears in this collection. Arthur Richmond was proprietor of Richmond's Bookshop at 174 W. 4th Street in New York. Wallace A16

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        From Farm Boy to Financier

      New York: D. Appleton-Century Co., Incorporated. Hardcover. B00085HVUY vi, [2], 312 p. Index. Black and white photographic plates including frontis portrait of Vanderlip who rose from humble beginnings to become head of National City Bank. This work most notable for Chapter XXI entitled 'A Conclave on Jekyl Island' which states: "There was an occasion, near the close of 1910, when I was as secretive, indeed, as furtive as any conspirator... I do not feel it any exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyl Island as the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System." - page 210. Moderate wear to book. Binding intact. Slight lean to spine. Gift greetings, dated 1935, upon front free endpaper. Above-average wear to dust jacket, now in mylar, which lacks a two-inch piece from bottom of spine. Includes news clipping detailing the settlement of Vanderlip's estate. A worthy copy of this historic reference. . Good. 1935. First Edition.

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        Facile.

      1935. MAN RAY. Facile. With poetry by Paul Eluard. Illustrated with photographs by Man Ray. 8vo., 245 x 182 mm, bound in original printed wrappers in a new grey slipcase, with black morocco backed chemise. Paris: Edition G.L.M., 1935.One of Man Ray and Eluard's most successful collabor-ations. Facile is illustrated with Man Ray's sensuous nude photographs of Eluard's wife, Nusch. The "solarized" photographs have been creatively interwoven into the text, both printed on thick velin paper."A prolific creator of dadist and surrealist imagery, Man Ray was equally comfortable as a painter-sculptor or as a photographer. Facile is one of the most beautiful surrealist publications containing photography" (Johnson p. 184).Ex-libris stamp on front fly-leaf 'RLB'. Some light toning, a near fine copy. Roth, The Book of 101 Books, Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century, 86-87. A Century of Artists Books 183. Johnson, Artist's Books in the Modern Era, 1870-2000, No. 108.

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        A gépember (The Robot)

      Budapest: unknown 1935 - Gelatin silver print, 16x23 cm., from a scene of the ballet composed by Jenö Zádor (aka Eugene Zádor, 1894-1977), Hungarian musician who became a Hollywood composer. Sándor Bortnyik (1893-1976), one of the major figures in Hungarian avant-garde and modernism, designed the robot for this work. Bortnyik had been working on mechanical people in a number of his paintings from the early 1920s. It culminated in his design for a large robot which was a main feature of the Hungarian Pavilion in the 1937 International Exposition in Paris. The scenery for this ballet was designed by Ernö Decsey, and the robot was the only contribution of Bortnyik. This photograph is from the personal collection of Sándor Bortnyik. The photographer is unattributed. On verso it is written „gépember 1935,” and „utolsó jelenet,” (final performance) in pencil.

      [Bookseller: Michael Fagan Fine Art & Rare Books]
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        DRUMS OF MONMOUTH

      - LAWSON,ROBERT. ORIGINAL ART: DRUMS OF MONMOUTH. Offered here are 2 finished pen and ink drawings by Lawson for the book Drums of Monmouth by Emma Sterne, published by Dodd Mead in 1935. The drawings are both on one piece of artist board 14 1'2" high x 11" with the images 10 x 5" taken together. The top image is signed and the verso has the address of Dodd Mead and the title of the book. The pieces appear as a full page illustration on page 53 of the book and a 1/3 page illustration of Sergeant Amos Duke on page 187. They are characteristic of Lawson's incredible mastery of pen and ink illustration. His attention to detail makes the characters come alive. Because the main body of Lawson's work is held by a library, original published works by him rarely appear on the market. Sold with a 1st ed. of the book. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        THE NATURALIST'S LIBRARY - ENTOMOLOGY

      W.H.Lizars, Edinburgh - The Naturalist's Library conducted by Sir William Jardine Duncan (James) ENTOMOLOGY - 7 volumes (Complete set of this section of Jardine's 40 volume work. ) Volume 1 Introduction to Entomology - portrait, coloured title page and 36 hand coloured plates Volume 2 The Natural History of Beetles - portrait, coloured title page and 30 coloured plates Volume 3 British Butterflies - portrait, coloured title page and 34 plates Volume 4 British Moth, Sphinxes, &c. - portrait, coloured title page and 30 plates Volume 5 Foreign Butterflies - portrait, coloured title page and 30 plates Volume 6 - The Natural History of Bees - portrait, coloured title page and 30 plates Volume 7 Exotic Moths - portrait, coloured title page and 30 plates Uniformly bound in half calf and marbled boards, spines rubbed with some loss, corners worn, Plates close cropped with some loss, WH Lizars, Edinburgh, 1935/1841 £600 Size: 12mo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Facile.

      1935. MAN RAY. Facile. With poetry by Paul Eluard. Illustrated with photographs by Man Ray. 8vo., 245 x 182 mm, bound in original printed wrappers in a new grey slipcase, with black morocco backed chemise. Paris: Edition G.L.M., 1935. |~||~||~||~||~| One of Man Ray and Eluard's most successful collabor-ations. Facile is illustrated with Man Ray's sensuous nude photographs of Eluard's wife, Nusch. The "solarized" photographs have been creatively interwoven into the text, both printed on thick velin paper. "A prolific creator of dadist and surrealist imagery, Man Ray was equally comfortable as a painter-sculptor or as a photographer. Facile is one of the most beautiful surrealist publications containing photography" (Johnson p. 184). Ex-libris stamp on front fly-leaf 'RLB'. Some light toning, a near fine copy. Roth, The Book of 101 Books, Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century, 86-87. A Century of Artists Books 183. Johnson, Artist's Books in the Modern Era, 1870-2000, No. 108.

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        England Made Me - A Novel.

      Heinemann, London., 1935. First edition. Octavo. pp [x], 314. His sixth novel.Edges slightly spotted. Spine a bit faded and marked. Very good. No dustwrapper.

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        The Foreign Trade of China

      The Commercial Press, Limited 1935 - 826 pp., index. some wear to cover edges, hinge is separating between copyright & facing pages and between p. 826 & facing page, p. 15 has an internal tear & is separarting at top of hinge, page following 826 has an internal tear, unmarked 0.0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Green Hills of Africa

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1935. First edition of Hemingway's second work of nonfiction, an account of a month on safari he and his wife took in East Africa during December 1933. Octavo, bound in full dark green morocco, gilt titles and ruling to the spine, raised bands, gilt ruled to the front and rear panels, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. In fine condition. Green Hills of Africa was published in 1935, but initially appeared in Scribners Magazine the same year (Meyers, 1985). The first edition explains that Hemingway "attempted to write an absolutely true book to see whether the shape of a country and the pattern of a month's action can, if truly presented, compete with a work of the imagination." The author's intentions were quickly confirmed when the first print-run sold a popular 10,500 copies, and it was aptly praised by The New York Times as "[a] fine book on death in the African afternoon...The writing is the thing; that way he has of getting down with beautiful precision the exact way things look, smell, taste, feel, sound." Not unlike Hemingway's virtuosic abilities, Green Hills of Africa also offers the writer's opinions on the value of his contemporaries: "The good American writers are Henry James, Stephen Crane, and Mark Twain Henry James wanted to make money. He never did, of course." Hemingway adds that most American writers are inadequate and "came to a bad end" The value of Green Hills of Africa, therefore, is three-fold. It serves as masterly written entertainment, a successful social experiment that tested the receptivity of the American public, and an insight into the author's literary evaluation. The Observer is correct when it wrote, "If he were never to write again, his name would live as long as the English language, for Green Hills of Africa takes its place beside his other works on that small shelf in our libraries which we reserve for the classics."

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        An album of photographs of British steam trains. The cloth-bound album (200 x 275 mm) contains 96 original gelatin silver photographs (each 62 x 85 mm) loosely inserted four-to-a-page behind window mounts on 12 double-sided leaves. An original photograph, trimmed to approximately 40 x 60 mm, has been mounted on the front cover. All bar 12 photographs are identified or captioned in some way in ink on the mount below the image

      A typical caption is '4912 "Berrington Hall" Penzance' but about half of them have added detail, not least the date (all 1935 to 1937). The covers are a little bowed, but essentially the album and its contents are in fine condition. Offered together with a copy of 'The Early Years of Western Region Steam - an Album of P.M. Alexander's Photographs' by P.B. Whitehouse (Wild Swan, 1983). The contents of the album complement nicely the material in the book, which is mainly from 1948 to 1952.

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        Über die magnetische Nachwirkung"in Zeitschrift für Physik, Band 94, Heft 5 & 6,1935, pp 277-302

      Berlin: Julius Springer, 1935 FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL PRINTED WRAPS OF THE "LANDMARK" PAPER PRESENTING THE PREISACH MODEL OF HYSTERESIS ((Mayergoyz, Mathematical Models of Hysteresis, 1). The Preisach model is a well-known hysteresis identification method in which the hysteresis is modeled by linear combination of hysteresis operators. First introduced by Ferenc (Franz) Preisach in this paper, the widely accepted Preisach model of hysteresis "generalizes hysteresis loops as the parallel connection of independent relay hysterons" [a two-valued operator used to model hysteresis] (Wikipedia). Hysteresis is a form of non-linearity with memory, an example being a magnet that may "have more than one possible magnetic moment in a given magnetic field, depending on how the field changed in the past" (Wikipedia). In the Preisach model specifically, hysteresis is described starting from the hypothesis that a free-energy profile characterized by multiple local minima and metastable state can be decomposed into a set of many elementary bistable contribution. Each bistable unit can occupy one of two states, (+) and (-), and is characterized by two reduced fields, the local coercive field and an interaction field" (Mayergoyz, The Science of Hysteresis, 101). "Preisach's approach was purely intuitive. It was based on a plausible hypotheses concerning the physical mechanisms of magnetization. For this reason, the Preisach model was first regarded as a physical model of hysteresis" (Mayergoyz). The model remains frequently in use is a wide variety of the sciences - from mathematics to engineering, mechanics, economics, and biology. CONDITION & DETAILS: Complete issue. [viii], pp. 277-712. 8vo. 9 x 6 inches; 225 x 140mm). Very slight toning at the edges of the wraps and interior (the scanner makes it appear much, much darker in the image than to the naked eye). Front wrap is detached, withal bright, clean, and near fine condition.

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        Über die magnetische Nachwirkung"in Zeitschrift für Physik, Band 94, Heft 5 & 6,1935, pp. 277-302

      Julius Springer, Berlin 1935 - FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL PRINTED WRAPS OF THE "LANDMARK" PAPER PRESENTING THE PREISACH MODEL OF HYSTERESIS ((Mayergoyz, Mathematical Models of Hysteresis, 1). The Preisach model is a well-known hysteresis identification method in which the hysteresis is modeled by linear combination of hysteresis operators. First introduced by Ferenc (Franz) Preisach in this paper, the widely accepted Preisach model of hysteresis "generalizes hysteresis loops as the parallel connection of independent relay hysterons" [a two-valued operator used to model hysteresis] (Wikipedia).Hysteresis is a form of non-linearity with memory, an example being amagnetthat may "have more than one possiblemagnetic momentin a givenmagnetic field, depending on how the field changed in the past" (Wikipedia).In the Preisach model specifically, hysteresis is described starting from the hypothesis that a free-energy profile characterized by multiple local minima and metastable state can be decomposed into a set of many elementary bistable contribution. Each bistable unit can occupy one of two states, (+) and (-), and is characterized by two reduced fields, the local coercive field and an interaction field" (Mayergoyz, The Science of Hysteresis, 101). "Preisach's approach was purely intuitive. It was based on a plausible hypotheses concerning the physical mechanisms of magnetization. For this reason, the Preisach model was first regarded as a physical model of hysteresis" (Mayergoyz). The model remains frequently in use is a wide variety of the sciences - from mathematics to engineering, mechanics, economics, and biology. CONDITION & DETAILS: Complete issue. [viii], pp. 277-712. 8vo. 9 x 6 inches; 225 x 140mm). Very slight toning at the edges of the wraps and interior (the scanner makes it appear much, much darker in the image than to the naked eye). Front wrap is detached, withal bright, clean, and near fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        T'IEN HSIA Monthly. Volumes I, II, III. Complete in 30 issues

      Nanking & Shanghai: Sun Yat-sen Institute for the Advancement of Culture, 1935-1936. Nanking & Shanghai: Sun Yat-sen Institute for the Advancement of Culture. Very Good. 1935-1936. First Edition; First Printing. Volume I, number 1, August, 1935 through Volume III, number 5, December, 1936. Three weighty volumes nicely bound in half black cloth over burgundy boards. Gilt title in Chinese with English transliteration as well as Roman volume number and Arabic year. Volume I: Number 1, August 1935 - Number 5, December 1935; Volume II: Number 1, January 1936 - Number 5 May 1936; Volume III: Number 1 August 1936 - Number 5, December 1936. Together 30 issues with cumulative indices to the rear of each volume. A handsome set.; 8vo 18 x 25 cm; 7 x 9 7/8 inches; 602; 518; 550 pages .

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        Schlicht u. Vornehm [together with] Ruhige Wand.

      - [German] 1935 [and] 1936. Two vols., oblong 8vo., unpaginated, screen-printed wallpaper samples with numbers stamped to verso, with a pricelist on front pastedown, vol. one has b&w photos of wallpaper applied to rooms. Original bolted quarter brown or blue cloth, wallpaper covered boards with brown or blue lettering on upper board. Edges slightly worn; very good. Scarce catalogues from pre-WWII German wallpaper company Oltros. Samples are mostly of bright or neutral shades, some with abstract line or dot patterns, all are heavily textured, and all correspond to the aesthetics of the contemporary Bauhaus movement. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pied Piper of Lovers

      London: Cassell and Company 1935 - First edition. 8vo. (viii), 374 pp. Publisher's blue cloth, dark blue lettered to the spine (reading "Pied Pipers of Love"), early bookseller's ink stamp to the front free endpaper - "Warton's Value". A little spotting to the first and last few leaves, spine fading, some rubbing to the extremities, a decent copy overall. The author's scarce first novel, not a success with few copies selling at the time. Apparently the stock was subsequently kept in a warehouse which burned down in the Blitz, meaning the book is rarely seen on the market in any condition. It was never reprinted.

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        The Star of Seville: A Drama in Three Acts and In Verse.

      Gregynog, Newtown. 1935 - First edition. Translated, with an Introduction, by Henry Thomas. Octavo. pp [xvi], 108. One of 175 numbered copies. Arms of Seville, on title-page, printed in red, blue, orange and black, designed by W. Charles Thomas. Bound by the publisher in full black Oasis leather, decorated on both covers with a Moorish design with interlaced design in blind with a gilt star at the centre and with the spine decorated in blind and gilt. Top edge gilt. Printed in black and red on Batchelor handmade paper.Lower corners just faintly bumped. Edges of endpapers a little tanned from contact with the leather. Fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Syv fantastiske fortællinger.

      1935 1935 - Orig. udgave. Kbhvn.: Reitzel 1935. Illustr. af Mogens Zieler. 520 s. Pænt rent eksemplar med grønt snit indbundet med de orig. omslag og ryg i smukt privat helskind med guld- og blindtrykt stregdekorationer på ryg og permer. Bindet signeret Henning Jensen Bogbind Pistolstræde. Forgylder: Hagel Olsen. * Med dedikation fra forfatteren.

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        Lyrics.

      Rich and Cowan, London., 1935. First edition. Octavo. pp [iv], 111. Frontispiece portrait. Full parchment with gilt device to front board.Number 8 of 50 copies signed by the author.Very near fine in the original slipcase which is splitting and darkened at the sides.

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        People In China : Thirty-two Photographic Studies From Life

      London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. 1935. 141 pp. Original grey cloth spine over pictorial boards and in the original pictorial dust wrapper. Minor wear to dj extremities. Cloth spine slightly faded. With 32 full-page tipped-in photographic plates by the author. Uncommon in a nice jacket. In VG to Near Fine condition. . Very Good. Cloth Spine. 1935. 4to..

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        A BROADSIDE. Nos. 1-12 (NEW SERIES).

      - Edited by W. B. Yeats and F. R. Higgins; Musical Editor: Arthur Duff. Twelve issues, January, 1935 - December 1935. Each 4 pages (not numbered), all with 2 hand coloured illustrations and printed music, plus the original loose tissue guards; tall demy 4to; a little faint soiling and occasional slight creasing; The Cuala Press, Dublin, 1935. [See Wade 249, for the bound volume]. *Issued monthly in an edition of 300 copies each, with the bound set published in an edition of 100 copies in December. W. B. Yeats contributed three songs: \i The Wicked Hawthorn Tree , \i The Rose Tree and \i The Soldier Takes Pride . Others are by Higgins, Frank O'Connor, Lynn Doyle, Padraic Colum, James Stephens and Bryan Guiness. Of the 24 illustrations, 7 are by Jack Yeats. Others are by Victor Brown, Harry Kernoff, Maurice McGonigal, Sean O'Sullivan and E.C. Peet. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ulysses (Signed by Matisse)

      New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1935. First edition thus. VerVery Good +. Number 49 of 1500 copies, this copy signed by the illustrator, Henri Matisse. A Very Good+ copy with the spine gilt dulled and a few minor blemishes to the boards. Inner hinges professionally closed, otherwise internal contents are generally in excellent condition. Lacking the slipcase. Complete with the six soft-ground etchings and the 20 tipped in preliminary sketches on blue and yellow sheets. Joyce's masterwork of modernism, one of the great books of the 20th century. Though it follows a single day in the life of Dubliner Leopold Bloom - June 16th, a day which has since become a worldwide holiday - Ulysses's complex structure is actually inspired by Homer's Odyssey. The book's stream of consciousness prose and its experimental nature were groundbreaking, and many of the techniques Joyce uses have since become standard fare. Ulysses took Joyce over seven years to write, and the story of its publication became an epic in itself. The work was first released in serial from 1918 to 1920 in the magazine The Little Review, and published in Paris in a limited first edition in 1922 by Sylvia Beach, the owner of the Shakespeare and Company bookstore. It was not, however, released in the UK and United States, where the book had quickly been banned. In fact, copies were smuggled into both countries until a landmark obscenity trial cleared the book for American publication in 1934. Joyce claimed that he "put in so many enigmas and puzzles [into Ulysses] that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant, and that's the only way of insuring one's immortality." Time has certainly proven him correct. "Ulysses is the most important contribution that has been made to fictional literature in the twentieth century. It will immortalize its author with the same certainty that Gargantua and Pantagruel immortalized Rabelais, and "The Brothers Karamazov" Dostoevsky. It is likely that there is no one writing English today that could parallel Joyce's feat..." (Contemporary NY Times Review, 1922) The Limited Editions Club was known for its impeccably illustrated volumes of classic texts. Founder George Macy had used such famous artists as Picasso - to illustrate a 1934 version of Lysistrata - and spared no expense for his 1935 edition of Ulysses. Matisse was paid $5,000 and made 26 illustrations for the work. Rumor has it that Matisse did not even read Ulysses itself, but rather based all of his work on the Odyssey. He did, however, stay in contact with Joyce while he worked on the drawings, done in charcoal and pencil. "...the edition represents a rare example of a text in which both author and illustrator occupy an important position in the canon of their respective arts." (James A Knapp, "Joyce and Matisse Bound: Modernist Aesthetics in the Limited Editions Club Ulysses"). VerVery Good +.

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        Around the World with the Alphabet

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1935. 1st. Decorative Cloth. Collectible; Very Good/Very Good. WARMLY INSCRIBED BY HENDRIK VAN LOON on the front free endpaper. A solid copy to boot of the 1935 1st edition of this wonderful alphabet book. Tight and VG (with minor loss at the spine crown) in a bright, price-intact, VG dustjacket, with similar loss at the spine crown and light chipping along the panel edges. Still though, a handsome, presentable copy. Oblong octavo, wonderfully illustrated thruout by the great maestro Van Loon. Signed by Author.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1935 - 1935 Original Hardback Wisden,

      1935 - This lot is an 1935 Original Hardback Wisden. In Good to Very Good Condition. A book of two halves as the inside is very nice but the boards have some oddities, This book is very nice inside, some marks to the very yellow pastedowns, the pages are very clean. The gilt to the outside of the book is fading or faded, the front board looks like someone has rubbed the letters as the letters have an ora. The spine letters have faded which is very common for this year. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hamburg-Amerika Linie. Passagier und Frachtbeförderung nach den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika und Kanada.

      1935 - Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut A.G., c.1935. Colour lithograph. Sheet 985 x 1230mm Backed on linen. A map of the United States of America and Canada, marking the passenger and freight shipping routes to the USA and the air and land routes across the continent. Strangely for a transit map it also marks the Native American Reservations very clearly. The map was published as a poster for Hamburg-Amerikanische Paketfahrt-Aktien-Gesellschaft (HAPAG), once the largest German shipping company, catering to German emigrants to America. Despite twice losing most of their fleet as reparations after the World Wars the company lasted until 1970, when it merged with a long-time rival to become Hapag-Lloyd. Their most famous ship was the St Louis, immortalised in the book 'Voyage of the Damed'.

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        Mediterranean and Near Eastern Embroideries from the Collection of F. H. Cook.

      London, Halton & Company Ltd., 1935. Large 4to. Original green cloth, gilt, in the original slip-case; pp. xiv, [2], 87, [2, colophon]; [4], double-page map and 135 plates (one folded, mounted and linen-backed); light marking to slip-case; a little foxed, as usual, not affecting illustrations; a good set. First edition, number 28 of a limited edition of 250. 'The collection herein described so carefully by Mr Wace was started by my husband Franck Henry Cook in the early 'eighties when he purchased the subject of the first two plates. It was in the Near East and during his many years in Egypt that he developed the most pleasant recreation of browsing amongst the embroideries of discursive dealers in these wares, and with growing discernment acquired the pieces illustrated showing his love for colour and quality. Not all of the subjects shown are perfect. Some of them are shadows of their original beauty, but they were loveable and worthy of imagination and this is a book devoted to the use of students and dedicated to the memory of him who inspired the conception of its publication' (Foreword by Beatrice Cook). - The main body of this textile collection carefully described and illustrated consists of samples from the Greek Islands and Epirus (plates 10 to 90). Further 20 plates depict textiles from Turkey, the rest shows samples from the Maghreb, Persia, India and the Caucasus.

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        THE WESTERN PONY [With Original Drawing; Signed]

      Harper and Brothers, New York 1935 - Signed. This copy has been signed with a personal inscription to one "William B. Arnold In memory of the delightful afternoon we spent together in my studio. W. R. Leigh". In addition, there is taped to the front endpaper an original pencil sketch, quite unfinished, which has noted on it: "original of W. R. Leigh done as an illustration of how he composes his composition. Showed me this in his studio." With six tipped in color plates, two of which are lacking their tissue guards. There is tape residue to the pastedown from articles pasted in. As well there is laid in a small catalog of an exhibition of Leigh's watercolors at the Grand Central Art Gallery in 1951. In the publisher's red cloth binding, lacking the dustjacket. (Howes L242 (1933 Edition)). Very Good binding. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Particle Problem in the General Theory of Relativity. Offprint from Physical Review, vol. 48, no. 1, 1 July, 1935. [Offered with:] FLAMM, Ludwig. Beiträge zur Einsteinschen Gravitationstheorie. Offprint from Physikalische Zeitschrift, 17 Band, 1916.

      Lancaster PA; Leipzig: American Physical Society: Hirzel, 1935; 1916. First edition, very rare offprints, of the theoretical discovery of the concept of a 'wormhole,' "a hypothetical 'tunnel' connecting two different points in space-time in such a way that a trip through the wormhole could take much less time than a journey between the same starting and ending points in normal space. The ends of a wormhole could, in theory, be intra-universe (i.e. both exist in the same universe) or inter-universe (exist in different universes, and thus serve as a connecting passage between the two) ... The theory of wormholes goes back to 1916, shortly after Einstein published his general theory [of relativity], when Ludwig Flamm, an obscure Austrian physicist, looked at the simplest possible solution of Einstein's field equations, known as the Schwarzschild solution (or Schwarzschild metric). This describes the gravitational field around a spherically-symmetric non-rotating mass. If the mass is sufficiently compact, the solution describes a particular form of the phenomenon now called a black hole - the Schwarzschild black hole. Flamm realized that Einstein's equations allowed a second solution, now known as a white hole, and that the two solutions, describing two different regions of (flat) space-time were connected (mathematically) by a space-time conduit" (daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/W/wormhole.html). Flamm's paper (offered here) made little impact until 1935 when a similar idea was explored by Einstein and his student Nathan Rosen, who studied "the theory of intra- or inter-universe connections in a paper whose actual purpose was to try to explain fundamental particles, such as electrons, in terms of space-time tunnels threaded by electric lines of force. Their work gave rise to the formal name 'Einstein-Rosen bridge' for what the physicist John Wheeler would later call a 'wormhole'" (ibid.). No copies of either offprint listed on ABPC/RBH. Provenance: This copy of the Einstein/Rosen offprint was acquired as part of the offprint collection of the Austro-Dutch physicist Paul Ehrenfest (1880-1933), one of Einstein's closest friends and colleagues. Einstein continued to send offprints to Ehrenfest's widow after his death two years before the present paper was published. Ehrenfest met Einstein for the first time in 1912 in Prague, where Einstein spent a year as full professor, and the two men remained close friends thereafter. In 1922, Einstein and Ehrenfest published a joint paper in Zeitschrift für Physik which attempted to explain the Stern-Gerlach experiment, the results of which had been published just weeks earlier. Their paper can be considered the first significant contribution to the quantum measurement problem. "In the last decades of his life, Albert Einstein tried endlessly to unify electromagnetism with his own theory of gravity, general relativity. These efforts are mostly now regarded as quixotic, but a short proposal written in 1935 with a colleague has survived in unlikely fashion as the source of science-fiction ideas for speeding across the universe by means of "wormholes" through spacetime. From the modern perspective, the paper also illustrates how general relativity posed mathematical and conceptual difficulties that foxed even its creator. "Einstein and Nathan Rosen, both at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, wanted to rid physics of singularities-points where mathematical quantities become infinite or otherwise ill-defined-such as the concept of a particle that has all its mass concentrated into an infinitely small geometrical point. In general relativity, a point mass curves spacetime around it in a way that was calculated by Karl Schwarzschild in 1916. The Schwarzschild solution has mathematical singularities both at zero and at the so-called Schwarzschild radius. "Reinterpretation of the Schwarzschild solution avoids these singularities, Einstein and Rosen argued in their 1935 Phys. Rev. paper [offered here]. They imagined a path tracing radially inward. Instead of trying to cross the imaginary spherical shell at the singular radius and proceeding down to the center, Einstein and Rosen showed how to match the path onto another track that emerges outward again-but into a separate section of spacetime. Imagine funnel shapes pulled out of two adjacent rubber sheets and connected at their necks, providing a continuous, tube-shaped path from one surface to the other. This construction makes a smooth connection or bridge between two distinct pieces of spacetime. "Viewed from afar, either part of this solution represents the gravitational effect of a mass because spacetime is strongly curved, but no physical body is present. Einstein and Rosen added an electromagnetic field to their solution, so that it could also represent a charged body. They hoped their construction would offer a starting point for a unified theory of gravity and electromagnetism based purely on fields, avoiding point particles and the singularities that came with them. "Not until 1939 was the modern idea of a black hole broached, and only later were the subtleties of the Schwarzschild solution fully understood. The singular radius that Einstein and Rosen worked hard to avoid became the black hole's event horizon. Although it is a one-way surface-light can pass across it going inward, but cannot come out-all physical quantities remain well defined at the event horizon. No true singularities arise there. "Further theoretical work showed that the Einstein-Rosen "wormhole" is not, contrary to outward appearances, a stable structure. For an observer trying to pass through, the wormhole opens up and closes too quickly for even a photon to get through. Later work suggested that exotic forms of energy threaded through a wormhole might keep it open but it remains unclear whether such arrangements are physically feasible. "Although a 1916 paper by Ludwig Flamm from the University of Vienna [the second offered paper] is sometimes cited as giving the first hint of a wormhole, "you definitely need hindsight to detect it," says Matt Visser of Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. Einstein and Rosen were the first to take the idea seriously and to try to accomplish some physics with it, he adds. The original goal may have faded, but the Einstein-Rosen bridge still pops up occasionally as a handy solution to the pesky problem of intergalactic travel" (American Physical Society, Focus: The Birth of Wormholes). Weil 196. [Einstein/Rosen:] 4to (266 x 201 mm), pp. 73-77. Original printed wrappers (very lightly sunned and some tiny spots). [Flamm:] 4to (276 x 196 mm), pp. [1] 2-6. Original printed wrappers, a little fraying to the bottom of wrappers, slight crease from having been folded for postage.

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        GREECE - METEOROLOGICAL ATLAS: ATLAS CLIMATIQUE DE LA GRE?CE.

      Oblong Folio. [4] loose printed title page and printed text, [1] loose plate, [1] loose colour lithographed map, 118 loose colour lithographed plates, inserted mimeographed sheet with errata, original tan folder with printed titles and black linen spine and corners (Very Good, title page with manuscript in the upper right corner, binding slightly stained, black strings on the binding torn, spine with small tears in the upper part). - Athens, 1935. A detailed meteorological atlas of Greece with 119 coloured maps was printed in 1935 in Greece. This copy was dedicated by the author Elias Mariolopulos to his professor, a British meteorologist Sir William Napier Shaw. - An uncommon atlas of Greece includes 119 colour meteorological lithographed maps, based on the observations of different 82 stations between 1900-1929. This example was dedicated by one of the authors to his professor Sir William Napier Shaw (1854 –1945), a British meteorologist, who introduced the air pressure unit millibar, as well as the tephigram, a diagram of temperature changes.

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        Randwick to Hargicourt. History of the 3rd Battalion, AIF

      Sydney, Ronald G. McDonald, 1935. Octavo, xxxii, 400 (last blank), [2] (notes on some of the plates, with the colophon on the verso) pages with 12 maps plus 49 pages of plates and endpaper maps (a bird's-eye view of Gallipoli). Cloth slightly rubbed, flecked and scuffed; spine sunned and mottled; corners slightly bumped (with associated light creasing to the bottom corner tip of the first dozen leaves); edges, endpapers and adjacent leaves a very good copy (internally excellent). The title page is inscribed 'From the 3rd to the 39th with best wishes, very sincerely yours, Eric Wren'. Captain Wren was an original member of the battalion who 'lost his right arm as the result of injuries received at the battle of Pozieres ... [and was awarded] the French Croix-de-Guerre' (from the 'Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer', 17 October 1916). The recipient of this book was Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Thomas Paterson (1886-1950), Commanding Officer of the 39th Battalion AIF, and the author of that battalion's history. Loosely inserted is the detached front flap of the dustwrapper. Dornbusch 345; Fielding and O'Neill, page 255; Trigellis-Smith 202.

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        Can Quantum-Mechanical Description of Physical Reality Be Considered Complete? Offprint from Physical Review, vol. 47, no. 10, May 15, 1935.

      Lancaster, PA: American Physical Society, 1935. First edition, very rare offprint, of the famous 'EPR paper', one of the most discussed and debated papers of modern physics, and the foundation for the new fields of quantum computing and cryptography. "In the May 15, 1935 issue of Physical Review Albert Einstein co-authored a paper with his two postdoctoral research associates at the Institute for Advanced Study, Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen. The article was entitled 'Can Quantum Mechanical Description of Physical Reality Be Considered Complete?'. Generally referred to as 'EPR', this paper quickly became a centrepiece in the debate over the interpretation of the quantum theory, a debate that continues today. The paper features a striking case where two quantum systems interact in such a way as to link both their spatial coordinates in a certain direction and also their linear momenta (in the same direction). As a result of this 'entanglement', determining either position or momentum for one system would fix (respectively) the position or the momentum of the other. EPR use this case to argue that one cannot maintain both an intuitive condition of local action and the completeness of the quantum description by means of the wave function." (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). "The EPR paradox inspired many authors afterwards; in particular, discussion emerged on the revival of the hidden parameter idea by David Bohm and others after the early 1950's. John Bell's analysis of the situation in the 1960's showed that hidden variables resulted in an inequality (for the 'local condition') which could be tested by experiment and found not to be satisfied" (Pais, Twentieth Century Physics, I, p. 229). ABPC/RBH record only the Plotnick copy (Christie's, 4 October 2002, $4183). Provenance: This copy was acquired as part of the offprint collection of the Austro-Dutch physicist Paul Ehrenfest (1880-1933), one of Einstein's closest friends and colleagues. Einstein continued to send offprints to Ehrenfest's widow after his death two years before the present paper was published. Ehrenfest met Einstein for the first time in 1912 in Prague, where Einstein spent a year as full professor, and the two men remained close friends thereafter. In 1922, Einstein and Ehrenfest published a joint paper in Zeitschrift für Physik which attempted to explain the Stern-Gerlach experiment, the results of which had been published just weeks earlier. Their paper can be considered the first significant contribution to the quantum measurement problem and a precursor to the EPR paper. "By the 1920s, it had become clear to most physicists that classical mechanics could not fully describe the world of atoms, especially the notion of "quanta" first proposed by Planck and further developed by Albert Einstein to explain the photoelectric effect. Physics had to be rebuilt, leading to the emergence of quantum theory. "Werner Heisenberg, Niels Bohr and others who helped create the theory insisted that there was no meaningful way in which to discuss certain details of an atom's behavior: for example, one could never predict the precise moment when an atom would emit a quantum of light. But Einstein could never fully accept this innate uncertainty, once famously declaring, "God does not play dice." He wasn't alone in his discomfort: Erwin Schrödinger, inventor of the wave function, once declared of quantum mechanics, "I don't like it, and I'm sorry I ever had anything to do with it." "In a 1935 paper, Einstein, Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen introduced a thought experiment to argue that quantum mechanics was not a complete physical theory. Known today as the "EPR paradox," the thought experiment was meant to demonstrate the innate conceptual difficulties of quantum theory. It said that the result of a measurement on one particle of an entangled quantum system can have an instantaneous effect on another particle, regardless of the distance of the two parts. "One of the principal features of quantum mechanics is the notion of uncertainty: not all the classical physical observable properties of a system can be simultaneously determined with exact precision, even in principle. Instead, there may be several sets of observable properties-position and momentum, for example-that cannot both be known at the same time. Another peculiar property of quantum mechanics is entanglement: if two photons, for example, become entangled -that is, they are allowed to interact initially so that they will subsequently be defined by a single wave function-then once they are separated, they will still share a wave function. So measuring one will determine the state of the other: for example, with a spin-zero entagled state, if one particle is measured to be in a spin-up state, the other is instantly forced to be in a spin-down state. "This is known as "nonlocal behavior;" Einstein dubbed it "spooky action at a distance." It appears to violate one of the central tenets of relativity: information can't be transmitted faster than the speed of light, because this would violate causality. "It's worth noting that Einstein wasn't attempting to disprove quantum mechanics; he acknowledged that it could, indeed, predict the outcomes of various experiments. He was merely troubled by the philosophical interpretations of the theory, and argued that, because of the EPR paradox, quantum mechanics could not be considered a complete theory of nature. Einstein postulated the existence of hidden variables: as yet unknown local properties of the system which should account for the discrepancy, so that no instantaneous spooky action would be necessary. Bohr disagreed vehemently with this view and defended the far stricter Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics. The two men often argued passionately about the subject, especially at the Solvay Conferences of 1927 and 1930; neither ever conceded defeat. "There have been numerous theoretical and experimental developments since Einstein and his colleagues published their original EPR paper, and most physicists today regard the so-called "paradox" more as an illustration of how quantum mechanics violates classical physics, rather than as evidence that quantum theory itself is fundamentally flawed, as Einstein had originally intended. "But the paper did help deepen our understanding of quantum mechanics by exposing the fundamentally non-classical characteristics of the measurement process. Before that paper, most physicists viewed a measurement as a physical disturbance inflicted directly on the measured system: one shines light onto an electron to determine its position, but this disturbs the electron and produces uncertainties. The EPR paradox shows that a "measurement" can be performed on a particle without disturbing it directly, by performing a measurement on a distant entangled particle. "Today, quantum entanglement forms the basis of several cutting-edge technologies. In quantum cryptography, entangled particles are used to transmit signals that cannot be intercepted by an eavesdropper without leaving a trace. The first viable quantum cryptography systems are already being used by several banks. And the burgeoning field of quantum computation uses entangled quantum states to perform computational calculations in parallel, so that some types of calculations can be done much more quickly than could ever be possible using classical computers" (American Physical Society, This Month in Physics History: Einstein and the EPR Paradox - https://www.aps.org/publications/apsnews/200511/history.cfm). Weil *195 4to (267 x 200 mm), pp. [777] 778-780. Original printed wrappers, slightly sunned and some very small rust stains from staples.

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        Innocence and Design.

      Macmillan, London., 1935. First edition. pp [iv], 312. Robert Byron's only novel. A satirical tale conceived and at least partly written with Christopher Sykes while the two of them were on the journey which Byron recounted in The Road to Oxiana. The binding is a pastiche of the patterned cloth often to be found on nineteenth century Oriental travelogues.Edges spotted. Very good indeed in very good indeed, slightly nicked dustwrapper, designed by Christopher Sykes, slightly faded at the spine.

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        YASAKA JINJA: YASAKA SHRINE.

      - [Tokyo] 1935, Yoshida. Oban Tate-e vertical print,very clean Yoshida brush & pencil signed, seal, dated Showa 10th. year, "Jizuri" "Self-Printed," block printed English titled on left margin, 37.6 x 24.4 cm, lightly toned on the edges. *** *** *** . . AN EXCELLENT SHIN-HANGA EXAMPLE BY THE MASTER . . . "YASAKA JINJA" or "THE YASAKA SHRINE" . . . FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING . *** The work is color woodblock-printed on deckle edge paper to the top and left edges. This print is the "Jizuri" or "Self-Printed" edition, brush signed and also pencil signed, with his cinnabar seal [Hanko], dated Showa 10th year = 1935, most likely printed in a small edition of less than 200 copies. . *** CONDITION: The work is very clean, two tiny pin holes in the extreme left margin print unaffected, edges lightly toned from mat, else there are no issues. . *** REFERENCES: YOSHIDA, Hiroshi.: JAPANESE WOOD-BLOCK PRINTING, on p.131 Yoshida states of this print #191: "medium size, 12 blocks used, 60 impressions used to produce. * OGURA, Tadao. et al.: THE COMPLETE WOODBLOCK PRINTS OF YOSHIDA HIROSHI, no. 203, illustrated on p.145, he uses the same print numbers as Yoshida book above. * RICCAR ART MUSEUM.: COLLECTION OF THE WOODBLOCK PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA, illustrated as no. NO. 192. * Auction record: Skinner Inc., Boston Asian Works Of Art Sale 2762B, November 22, 2014 Lot:110, Sold for:$2,091 + hammer price. enance: Sotheby's, as part of Lot 392, May 13-14, 1983. * BLAKENEY, Ben B.: YOSHIDA HIROSHI: PRINT-MAKER, p.33,no.200. * Not listed in: BLAIR, Dorothy.: MODERN JAPANESE PRINTS: From a Photographic Reproduction of 2 Catalogs of Modern Japanese Prints 1930 & 1936 Editions, because this prints dated 1935, and Blair stops at 1933. Many other Yoshida prints before that date are listed. * NOTE: Please inquire at our website, we have copies of the above references. . ***

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        Totentanz - 6 Originalfiguren aus gebranntem Ton.

      Höhe 30 cm, Eine Figur mit nur einer Hand, sonst tadell. In jeder Figur signiert und datiert. Die Figuren stammen aus Familienbesitz. Es handelt sich um einen Teil jener Figuren, die ca. 1935 photographiert und dann als Mappe herausgegeben wurde.Eine anthroposophisch angehauchte Art, mit dem Totentanzmotiv umzugehen. Fast scheint es sich um einen eurythmische Tanz zu handeln. Der Totentanz ist ein Gemeinschaftswerk von Hans Zimmermann (1897 - 1972) und seiner Frau (verstarb 2001) aus der Zeit um 1930.

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