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        Hegenbarth, Josef. - Ritterliches Turnier.

      - Zeichnung / Pinselzeichnung, in schwarzer Tusche, um 1936. Von Josef Hegenbarth. 16,0 x 14,5 cm (Darstellung) / 18,5 x 17,0 cm (Blatt) / 50 x 60 cm (Passepartout). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert. Verso Nachlaßstempel. - Verso zwei Skizzen. - Papier etwas gebräunt. Am oberen Blattrand links geringfügige Papierschädigung. Im Passepartout montiert. Insgesamt guter Zustand. Josef Hegenbarth (1884 Böhmisch-Kamnitz - 1962 Dresden). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1908?15 Studium an der Kunstakademie Dresden bei Carl Bantzer, Oskar Zwintscher und Meisterschüler von Gotthardt Kühl. 1915-39 Mitglied der Dresdener Künstlervereinigung, später in deren Jury und Teilnahme an Ausstellungen. 1917?19 Aufenthalt in Prag. 1919 Rückkehr nach Dresden, Atelier im Künstlerhaus in Loschwitz. 1924?36 Mitarbeit bei der Münchener ?Jugend? 1925?44 Mitarbeit beim Münchener ?Simplicissimus? 1926 Mitglied der Wiener Secession, 1914-38 Teilnahme an deren Ausstellungen, erneute Mitgliedschaft ab 1960. 1929 Mitglied der Prager Secession und Teilnahme an deren Ausstellungen bis 1936. 1943-45 Vertreibung und Verlust wesentlicher Teile seines Lebenswerkes. 1946 Anstellung an der Hochschule für Werkkunst in Dresden. 1947 Professur an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden. 1949 Aufgabe des Lehramtes. 1954 Nationalpreis der DDR. 1955 Korrespondierendes Mitglied der Deutschen Akademie der Künste. 1956 Außerordentliches Mitglied der Akademie der Künste Berlin. 1959 Ausstellung zum 75. Geburtstag in der Nationalgalerie Berlin und in München. 1960 Mitglied der Bayerischen Akademie der Schönen Künste in München. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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        LA CHENILLE VERTE 'COREE:' THE GREEN CATERPILLAR, 'KOREA.'

      A LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION OF 150 COPIES Japan 1936, - Jacoulet. A single deluxe large print, sheetsize ca. 35 x 46.5 cm., print size ca.30 x 39 cm., woodblockprinted by hand on hand-made paper, carved by Maeda, print-ed by Uchikawa, Fujii & Ogawa. A LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION OF Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2016Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Ups and Downs

      New York: Scribner's, 1936. First Edition, one of 750 copies signed by Brown. "Private Distribution.". Illustrated by the Author. 1 vols. Oblong 4to. Original red pictorial cloth. Very Good copy. Brown, Paul. First Edition, one of 750 copies signed by Brown. "Private Distribution." Illustrated by the Author. 1 vols. Oblong 4to. Signed with a Drawing by the Master. A splendid collection of Brown's captioned pencil drawings of horses, racing, and polo With pencil drawing of a horse's head and an inscription "To Charles F. Dawson/ Very sincerely/ Paul Brown/'36." Biscotti p. 66

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        A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea and China; Dard Hunter

      New York: Pynson Printers, 1936. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. quarter black morocco, spine lettered in gilt and red over patterned boards. Fine in slight rubbed brown slipcase. 148 [2] pages. 29 x 24 cm. Limited edition, copy 201 of 375 signed by Dard Hunter and Elmer Adler, the binding by Gerhard Gerlach -- the only limited edition of his works not published by him. Two line drawings, 66 gravure illustrations from photographs, plus 50 paper specimens from Asia bound at rear: from the collection of William Scott, publisher and illustrator. Chapter VI provides a "Description of Illustrations," Part VII "The Specimens," gives the name of each paper used in the Orient. Comprehensive Index. Bright, very fresh copy.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc.]
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        Chanticleer: A Bibliography of the Golden Cockerel Press April 1921-August 1936. [Signed by all]

      Golden Cockerel Press, London 1936 - A near fine copy, light sunning at the spine, else tight, bright, and unmarked. Quarter blue leather spine, light orange printed paper boards, teg. 8vo. 48pp. wood engraved illustrations. Numbered limited edition, this being 139 of 300. Introduction by Humbert Wolfe; Foreword & Notes by the Partners. Signed by Christopher Sandford, Anthony Sandford, L.J. Newbery, and Owen Rutter. Unusual to have all four partners sign. Contains the bibliographical entry for T E lawrence's Crusader Castles. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rickaro Books BA]
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        Travels in Arabia Deserta

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1936. With an Introduction by T. E. Lawrence. 2 volumes, large octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in tan morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, rules to turn-ins, dark green endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Illustrated throughout. A fine copy. New and definitive edition, first impression. First published in 1886, this reissue with a new preface by Doughty and an introduction by T. E. Lawrence found a new generation of readers for this classic of travel. This "definitive" edition of 1936 was published in a format matching that of the 1935 Seven Pillars of Wisdom.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea and China; Dard Hunter

      Pynson Printers, New York 1936 - 148 [2] pages. 29 x 24 cm. Limited edition, copy 201 of 375 signed by Dard Hunter and Elmer Adler, the binding by Gerhard Gerlach -- the only limited edition of his works not published by him. Two line drawings, 66 gravure illustrations from photographs, plus 50 paper specimens from Asia bound at rear: from the collection of William Scott, publisher and illustrator. Chapter VI provides a "Description of Illustrations," Part VII "The Specimens," gives the name of each paper used in the Orient. Comprehensive Index. Bright, very fresh copy. Orig. quarter black morocco, spine lettered in gilt and red over patterned boards. Fine in slight rubbed brown slipcase [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        VISAGES DE LA REVOLUTION ESPAGNOLE. PREFACE DE PAUL MORAND.

      EDITIONS DE LA "CHRONIQUE FILMEE DU MOIS". 1936 - IN-4 BROCHE (22,5 X 29 X 1 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) DE (2) + 41 ET (1) PAGES, COUVERTURE GRISE ILLUSTREE D'UNE VIGNETTE EN NOIR, TITRE IMPRIME EN NOIR. RECIT ET CROQUIS DE VOYAGE DU PEINTRE ET GRAVEUR CHAS-LABORDE DANS L'ESPAGNE DE JUILLET 1936, AVEC LA PREFACE DE PAUL MORAND INTITULEE "ESPANA" SUR 2 PAGES. ILLUSTRE DE 16 VIGNETTES DANS LE TEXTE, 5 COMPOSITIONS A PLEINE PAGE (DONT 2 EN COULEURS), 6 PAGES DE CROQUIS ET 5 DOUBLES PAGES (DONT 4 EN COULEURS). TIRAGE LIMITE A 350 EXEMPLAIRES NUMEROTES, UN DES 300 SUR VELIN DU MARAIS, CELUI-CI PORTANT LE NUMERO 89. EDITION ORIGINALE ET PREMIER TIRAGE, RARE. (CARTERET. V. 46). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie du Château de Capens]
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        Euzkadi'ren Berjabetasun Araudia / Estatuto de Autonomía de Euzkadi. Edición Oficial

      Tipolitografía y Enc. E. Verdes. Correo, 8, Bilbao 1936 - 17x12 cm. Folleto de 24 páginas, encuadernado en cartulina editorial de color verde, con cubierta orlada, en la que figuran el título en euskera y en castellano y el escudo, con el de las tres provincias vascas y el de Navarra. Bilingüe. De este primer Estatuto de autonomía se hicieron dos ediciones de las que se conservan muy pocos ejemplares, especialmente de la presente. Se diferencian en el número de páginas (30/24), en el color de las cubiertas (beis/verde) y en la cubierta posterior (sin texto alguno / Con el sello de la imprenta y con el precio -0,50 céntimos- en euskera y castellano No tenemos noticia sobre la existencia de ejemplares de esta edición en ninguna biblioteca pública y sólo de una o dos unidades en colecciones privadas. Perfecto estado de conservación, con lomo ligeramente decolorado. En euskera. En euskera. El pago contrarrembolso lleva un recargo de 2 euros.

      [Bookseller: Boxoyo Libros S.L.]
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        Gone with the Wind

      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing, with "Published May, 1936" as the only date listed on the copyright page. Very Good+, lacking the original dust jacket. Pages lightly toned. Foxing to cloth on front and rear covers; darkening to spine. Bottom corners bumped. A rather lovely copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money.

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited,, 1936. Octavo. Original pebble-grain blue cloth, spine lettered and ruled in gilt, two line border to head and foot of covers in blind. Contemporary ownership inscription to front free endpaper and lines of verse to rear, both in pencil. Corners and fore edge of front board lightly bumped, spine gently faded, a few very small marks to front board and faint stipple of dents to centre of rear. A very good copy. First edition, first impression. "The world-wide slump after 1929 prompted Keynes to attempt an explanation of, and new methods for controlling, the vagaries of the trade-cycle … in his General Theory, he subjected the definitions and theories of the classical school of economics to a penetrating scrutiny and found them seriously inadequate and inaccurate" (PMM). His conclusion, namely that "the regulation of the trade-cycle - that is to say the control of booms and slumps, the level of employment, the wage-scale and the flow of investment - must be the responsibility of governments", permanently altered the terms of economic debate and considerations of the role of government in managing the economy (or not).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        MEMORIAL [PHOTO] ALBUM OF PORT ARTHUR.

      MEMORY OF JAPAN'S SUCCESS IN PORT ARTHUR OVER RUSSIA [Wakayama 1936, - Buneido]. Green oblong cloth covered pictor-ial album, 19.5 x 14 cm., string tied, English & Japanese onthe covers, English & Japanese captions,52 collotype photos,list of photos in Japanese, very clean, nice condition. RARE Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

      [Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB]
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        CRIMES, CREEPS AND THRILLS: FORTY-FIVE NEW STORIES OF DETECTION, HORROR AND ADVENTURE BY EMINENT MODERN AUTHORS .

      London: E. H. Samuel, n.d. [1936] - Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-ix [x] xi-xv [xvi] 1-560, 30 full-page unattributed black and white illustrations in the text, original blue-gray cloth, front panel ruled in blind, spine panel stamped in gold. First edition. Important 560-page partially original anthology collecting forty-five adventure, crime and supernatural stories by E. H. Visiak, Richard Middleton, M. P. Shiel, H. H. Ewers, Frederick Carter, Edgar Jepson, Nugent Barker, and others. Contents include the only appearance in print of Visiak's "The Shadow," a flawed novel "reworking on a symbolic level of concepts in Captain Marryat's THE PHANTOM SHIP" [Bleiler (1983)]. "Over and above their general high quality . [Gawsworth's] large anthologies of horror and supernatural Fiction -- ranging from quality ghost stories to mediocre contes cruels -- are notable for the amount of original material they contain, much of this coming from authors of considerable interest, including Oswell Blakeston, Thomas Burke, Frederick Carter, Louis Golding, Edgar Jepson, Arthur Machen, Richard Middleton, Eimar O'Duffy, M. P. Shiel and E. H. Visiak -- as well as Gawsworth himself, none of whose short stories have been collected separately. His early stories, like ABOVE THE RIVER (1931) and 'Scylla and Charybdis' (1934) are wistful nature fantasies in the style of Algernon Blackwood, but his later 'collaborations' with Shiel, Visiak and particularly Jepson ('The Shifting Growth' 1936, included in this collection) are more sinister and portentous, shadowing death." - Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997), p. 392. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 452. Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy, p. 392. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 6. Bleiler (1978), p. 80. Not in Reginald (1979; 1992). Mild patchy fading to cloth, faint foxing to free endpapers, a very good copy in good pictorial 2/6 dust jacket with closed tears and shallow chipping at edges. A scarce book seldom found in jacket. (#152548) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        Gone with the Wind

      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing, with "Published May, 1936" as the only date listed on the copyright page. Very Good+, lacking the original dust jacket. Pages lightly toned. Foxing to cloth on front and rear covers; darkening to spine. Bottom corners bumped. A rather lovely copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The General Theory of Employment Interest

      Macmillan, 1936. Hardcover. Fair/POOR. 1936. 403 pages. Grey dust jacket with blue lettering over blue cloth.Hinge cracked. Noticeable foxing, tanning and handling marks with inscription of previous owners name at front endpaper. Intermittent dog-eared corners with pen marking at p.10 and occasional annotations. Scuffing along block-edge. Sunning along spine with white marking. Moderate bumping, rubbing and scuffing to spine ends and to corners with moderate rubbing and wear along edges and over surfaces. Unclipped jacket with missing pieces and annotations at inside-fold. Chipping and tears to spine ends and along edges with noticeable tanning, rubbing, scuffing, foxing and wear over surfaces.

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        Stories of Three Decades

      Alfred A. Knopf, 1936. Hardcover. Near Fine. Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1936. First Edition / First Printing. Dated 1936 with no additional printings. Light brown cloth boards. Signed by Thomas Mann at the front endpaper. The Signature is Guaranteed Authentic. Book Condition: Near Fine, clean boards, tight spine. Light age toning. The dust jacket is not present.

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        Paracelsus. Ein deutsches Lebensbild aus den Tagen der Renaissance.

      Bibliographisches Institut AG., Leipzig, 1936 - Bibliographisches Institut AG., Leipzig, 1936. 156 S., 2 Bl. OLwd. Weimann 975. Meyers kleine Handbücher 1. - Leinen leicht fl., Titelbl. mit dez. Stempel, 1 Bl. m. kl. Eckumfaltung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Stories of Three Decades

      Alfred A. Knopf, 1936. Hardcover. Near Fine. Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1936. First Edition / First Printing. Dated 1936 with no additional printings. Light brown cloth boards. Signed by Thomas Mann at the front endpaper. The Signature is Guaranteed Authentic. Book Condition: Near Fine, clean boards, tight spine. Light age toning. The dust jacket is not present.

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        The Allegory of Love. A Study in Medieval Tradition

      Oxford University Press, 1936, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 1st Edition. First Edition, first printing of Lewis' influential and uncommon exploration of the allegorical treatment of love in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. 8vo. 378pp. Navy blue-black smooth-weave cloth lettered in gold at spine. Cloth just a little rubbed at extremities and fractionally marked in one or two places. Endpapers very lightly browned. Very good indeed, albeit lacking the dust wrapper. Handsome former owner bookplate to front pastedown.

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        AIZ.Das Illustrierte Volksblatt.

      1936. HEARTFIELD, John. AIZ.Das Illustrierte Volksblatt. Volume XlV, No. 10. With photomontage by John Heartfield. Folio, loose as issued. Berlin: Neuer Deutscher Verlag, 1936. |~||~||~||~||~| From 1930 to 1938 Heartfield provided photomontages that were published in the Arbeiter-Illustrierte Zeitung. Many of these astonishing images are masterpieces of the art of caricature, and resulted in Heartfield having to flee for his life. This issue has the photomontage showing a hand holding a head which protrudes from a giant jar of mustard on which there is a label reading "Dr. Goebbels Heilsenf," Dr. Goebbels' healing mustard. This relates to the Nazi ban on a quack named Weissenberg. In fine condition. David Evans, John Heartfield AIZ pp. 298-299.

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        Une oeuvre de Pierre Patout: les agrandissements des Galeries Lafayette

      Rene Kieffer 1936 - No.159 of a limited edition of 337 copies. Text in French, with 12 tipped-in plates. A tidy copy in tight binding, in clear acetate wrapper [Attributes: First Edition]

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        BOB STAR - IL CASO MILTON - DELA. Pubblicazione settimanale.

      Nerbini 1936 In - 16 gr. oblungo (mm. 190x273), 7 fascicoli in bross. orig. a colori, spillati (rimosse le graffette metalliche che si stavano arrugginendo), pp. 12 ciascuno, stampate con inchiostro blu. Rara e ricercata "prima edizione" di questa serie completa. Lieve alone di qualche millimetro intorno ai segni delle graffette rimosse; i primi 4 numeri lungo la piegatura hanno uno strappo margin. di 3 cm. Complessivamente in buono stato, colori vivaci e carta ben conservata.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi]
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        The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited 1936 OLWd. mit Goldprägung auf dem Rücken, xii+403 Seiten, 8°, Decken wasserfleckig, Deckenecken leicht verbogen, Schnitt oben verstaubt, Vorsätze vergilbt, innen außerordentlich guter Zustand ohne Anstreichungen o. dgl., Schutzumschlag fehlt. Original Cloth with gilt back, xii+403 pages, octavo, dampstainings on the front and back cover, slightly bumped corners and back, endpaper yellowed, no remarks or the like, dusty upper edge.Keynes, Erstausgaben, Wirtschaftslehre

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        THEY FOUND ATLANTIS.

      Hutchinson & Co. [1936]., London: - First edition. INSCRIBED on the title page, "For Diana / who drew the figures in the end papers (of this book). With every wish for a happy stay in [illegible] and a safe return -- and love / from Dennis." Diana Younger was Dennis's stepdaughter and they remained close all his life. She illustrated the dust jacket for his 1938 book, THE GOLDEN SPANIARD, as well as endpapers for this book and several others. Red cloth is marginally chipped at head of spine, has a light stain on spine, and "tide" mark along lower edge (not showing internally at all), otherwise crisp and bright and therefore about very good. In fair to good dust jacket skinned at edges and folds and with shallow chipping and one deeper v-shaped chip affecting the "D" in Dennis on front panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Photo Archive - Collection of 480+ Photographs Mounted in Four (4) Albums With Chief's Tribal Necklace During Missionary Post in Sarawak

      Indonesia, 1936. Sarawak, 1936-1957. Archive of 490 photographs from Reverend Missionary Peter Howes, compiled over a span of twenty years whilst serving the people of Sarawak in Borneo, together with some documents, awards, and an authentic Malay chief's necklace. Comprises 4 oblong 8vo. albums with more than 474 photographs some of which are captioned, 9 additional loose photographs, 7 large format photographs on mounts, 1 large military war map of Sarawak from 1944, papers relating to an award and a special invitation, 3 wooden commemorative plaques for his service, 5 pewter presentation plates, 1 signed fiftieth anniversary yearbook of the Batu Lingtan Teacher's College titled "Who shall Separate Us" which contains firsthand accounts by Howes (spelled Howse in the volume), and 3 of the missionary's travel documents. Photographs vary in size, the smallest measuring approximately 6 x 6 cm, the largest approximately 23 x 17 cm, and three which are panoramic views. Map measures approximately 64 x 74 cm. Wear to albums mainly at spines, a few images age-toned, otherwise the lot in Very Good Condition, a pleasing collection of photographs and a scarce tribal necklace. Right Reverend Peter Henry Herbert Howes (1911-2003) was a priest, missionary, archdeacon, and assistant bishop for the Church of England, who spent the vast majority of his career in the Malaysian state of Sarawak. Born in Edgmond, Shropshire, he studied for the Anglican ministry in Newark from 1929 to 1934, and arrived in Sarawak for his mission in July 1937 to work with the Bidayuh people (also known as Land Dayaks). He was first an assistant priest at St. Augustine's church and school at Kuching under Father Jack Sparrow, and was temporary headmaster at St. Michael's School in Sandakan in British North Borneo for eleven months in 1939. He then became priest and was stationed at Quop (Kuap), presiding over the surrounding Bidayuh district as well as Merdang and Entingan. Howes was arrested by the Japanese and interned at the Batu Lintang Prison Camp from 1942 to 1945, where he witnessed to POW's and captive civilians. Upon his release in September 1945 he returned to Quop, and subsequently took leave in England. By 1950 he was back in Sarawak, and in September 1952 he established the Epiphany Theological College in Kuching and translated lectures into Iban and Biatah languages. In 1955 six canonries were created, Howes being named Canon of Borneo. Howes was a strong advocate and influential founder of the Padawan Community Development Programme, which was eventually approved by the colonial government in 1958. He was named Officer-in-Charge for two years, and headed projects to develop medical services and agricultural training. He was appointed Archdeacon of Sarawak and Brunei in 1961 and in the same year received the OBE. In 1962 he appointed Archdeacon of Kuching. In 1964 he was made an honorary Officer of the Order of the Star of Sarawak. He served as Archdeacon of Brunei and North Sarawak and was active in establishing new missions. In 1976 he was made Assistant Bishop, based at Kuching, an honor which to him signified acceptance by the people as being virtually a Sarawakian himself. He retired and returned to England in June 1981. The Bodleian Library in Oxford holds a collection of Howes' documents dealing with Sarawak. Indigenous life and customs of Malaysian Borneo, manual trades and craftship, jungle villages, and the rise of public services including schools and dispensaries, are handsomely captured in this voluminous visual archive of snapshot photographs. Reverend Peter Howes arrived in Sarawak only four and a half years prior to Japanese invasion during the Second World War, and was imprisoned at the Batu Lintang Prison Camp for over three years. The present photographic archive largely represents Howes' post-war work in Sarawak, with a scant few images from his earliest years there. The archive includes a most uncommon and invaluable token of Sarawak custom and leadership. A Bidayuh or Dayak chief evidently presented Reverend Howes with his own two-part ceremonial necklace. A fine specimen of tribal custom, the handcrafted jewelry features bright coloured beadwork, two seashells, metal chainwork, and several metal bells to amplify dance rituals. Stationed mostly at Kuching, and for a time at Sandakan (1938-1940), Howes' photographs form an important visual record of the mission's philanthropic undertakings to develop facilitate better education, medicine, and agricultural self-sufficiency for the people. He also photographed significant events and conferences, and special visitors to the island such as the Archibishop of York and the Duchess of Kent. Sarawakians are seen hard at work constructing new buildings, making gardens, and teaching their children. In the latter part of 1930s Howes visited other churches and substituted for priests who went on leave, which took him to Sandakan, Betong and other outstations. As archdeacon, responsible for a vast region of remote villages, he again travelled frequently in the 1950s, as seen in his albums. The earliest image is group photograph of Bishop Noel Baring Hudson and his ecclesiastical staff in 1936 just before Howes' arrival in Sarawak. Following this are forty pre-war photographs of Howes' missionary colleagues and students, ten of them being captioned with dates from January to June 1939, some taken at St. Augustine's school in Betong and at St. Michael's school in Sandakan. Howes evidently made a coastal voyage to Brunei with some of his students in July 1949, to Kampung Jogon in Upper Sarawak in 1954, and in 1955 he visited the small village of Panchor in Johor, across the Strait from Singapore. Also in 1955 he attended a centennary celebration for the founding of the Anglican Church in Borneo, a celebration which was delayed by seven years due to Japanese occupation and the effects of the war. Regardless of its timing, interestingly associated with the Biblical number of completion (7), the event was spectacular. Religious proceedings and the ordination ceremony are memorialized in large photographs herein. It was during this event that Howes was ordained Canon of Borneo. In 1953 he and five companions embarked on a journey from Pangkalan Ampat to Indonesia, visiting several villages including Kampong Goon, rendering some captivating photographs of curious children, a shy onlooker, the village chief and an armed guard. They travelled through the valleys of Baji mountain and Temau mountain, and crossed the River Kumba (known as the Sambas today) to reach remote villages. In another album spanning the years 1953 to 1954 show the House of Epiphany established in Howes, and views of its surroundings. We also find images of the then newly constructed St. Thomas cathedral and boarding school, and finally, a vacation sojourn to Satang Islands, Mount Santubong, Simanggang (now known as Sri Aman). The 1957-58 album shows impressive development projects, in and around the towns of Marudi, Long Lama, and Lutong all near the Brunei border. Pig farms, fish ponds, vegetable gardens, machine shops, sawmills, schoolhouses, and fowl distribution are featured. [From 1957 to 1960 he was involved in the Padawan Community Development Scheme operating among the Land Dayaks of the Upper Sarawak River on the border with West Kalimantan.] Indigenous custom is captured on numerous occasions throughout, in lovely images of thatched roof dwellings and extensive bamboo terraces, men and women in traditional dress, children playing and caring for younger children, simple bamboo bridges traversing rivers, and so forth. Sadly, a photograph of a young boy eagerly opening an envelope, is living at a leper camp; several women are in the background. Also dispersed throughout the albums are photographs of Howes' colleagues, including Father A. K. Leefe who was also instrumental in the development and advancement of traditional Bidayuh villages The scant few papers iclude a typed document of prayers and invocations in the Biatah language, and a commemorative prayer (in English) for Father Lim Siong Teck, who, upon Japanese occupation, assumed the responsibilites of Lee Kui Choi, headmaster of SMK St. Columbia who had been killed by the Japanese military police. [Shortly thereafter the Japanese also killed Father Teck.] Howes' UK issued travel documents contain Malaysia immigration stamps. Reverend Howes lived and served in Sarawak as an Anglican priest and missionary from 1937 to 1981, during which time he spent only three leaves in England. Sarawak saw much turmoil and change during this period. Howes played a significant part in the nation's post war rebuild and self-sufficiency. He impacted many civilians' lives on a personal level. Sarawak achieved independence within Malaysia in 1963. Howes' contribution to the state was recognized by the new State Government when he was made an honorary Officer of the Order of the Star of Sarawak (PBS) in 1964. Batu Lintang camp (also known as Lintang Barracks and Kuching POW camp) at Kuching, Sarawak, on the island of Borneo was a Japanese internment camp during the Second World War. It was unusual in that it housed both Allied prisoners of war and civilian internees. The camp, which operated from March 1942 until the liberation of the camp in September 1945, was housed in buildings that were originally British Indian Army barracks. Population numbers fluctuated due to movement of prisoners between camps in Borneo, and as a result of the high death toll. It held a maximum population of some 3,000 prisoners. Life in the camp was harsh; the interned suffered food shortages, disease, forced labour, brutal treatment, and lack of adequate clothing and living quarters. Over two thirds of the approximate 2,000 British POWs died in this camp during their captivity or as a direct result of it. During Japanese occupation Howes was interned in the Batu Lintang Camp, where, using the Greek New Testament and Gore's Commentary, he occupied himself by revising the Biatah Gospels and translating the Epistles. For paper he washed and bleached old treasury records, which entered the camp wrapped around rations, and the backs of labels from tins. Japanese searches were frustrated by rolling the papers into small, pencil-size cylinders and concealing them in bottles closed with a wooden stopper and sealed with latex, which were buried underneath the hut. These survived to be published some 18 years later. At the end of the war, the internees were sent to Labuan. Howes successfully resisted immediate repatriation to England by the Australian military authorities and received permission to return to Quop. . Very Good.

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        THE RUBBER BAND

      Farrar & Rinehart, Incorporated, [1936]., 1936. First edition. Yellow top edges are darkened, else a near fine, bright copy in a spectacular, professionally restored, dust jacket. The third Nero Wolfe mystery tale and a somewhat complicated historical plot that recalls an agreement by an English peer to repay some Americans that rescued him during his wild prospecting days in the American West. The story starts in New York City where a young woman is accused of stealing $30,000 from the office where she works. Nero and Archie to her rescue. An exceptional copy of a book seldom offered in collector's condition. An exceptional copy of a very scarce title.

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        Jack Dempsey Signed Photograph.

      1936. Full length photograph of the young boxer Jack Dempsey in a fighting pose. Warmly inscribed by Jack Dempsey,"To a charming Little Girl 'Bincy' Jones, Her Daddy's Pal, With Best Wishes, Jack Dempsey 2-10-39." Matted and framed. Measures 9.5" x 12.5". Heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey's "exploits distinguished the 1920s as 'the golden age of sports'... In the ring, he was a tiger without mercy who shuffled forward in a bobbing crouch, humming a barely audible tune and punching to the rhythm of the song. He was 187 pounds of unbridled violence... In 1950, a poll by the Associated Press named Dempsey the greatest fighter of the half-century."

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        Young Men in Spats

      Doubleday, Doran & Company, Cleveland 1936 - 297 pages. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's green cloth with dark green lettering to spine and pictorial cover in original jacket. First American edition. Young Men in Spats is a collection of short stories by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on 3 April 1936 by Herbert Jenkins, London, then in the United States with a slightly different selection of stories on 24 July 1936 by Doubleday, Doran, New York. The collection, recounting the adventures of various members of the Drones Club (except for the last one), features many familiar characters from Wodehouse's other writings, including Freddie Widgeon and the irrepressible Mr Mulliner. One story, "Uncle Fred Flits By", features the first appearance of Pongo Twistleton and his Uncle Fred, who would go on to feature in four novels, including two appearances at Blandings Castle. The US edition contains a slightly different selection of stories from the UK version. "Tried in the Furnace" and "Trouble Down At Tudsleigh" had not previously appeared in the US, and were held back so they could garner greater income from magazine sales. (Both stories eventually appeared in Cosmopolitan.) These two stories were accordingly replaced by three Oldest Member golf stories, "There's Always Golf", "The Letter of the Law", and "Farewell to Legs". These three Oldest Member stories had all appeared in US magazines in early 1936; they all later appeared in the UK in Lord Emsworth and Others (1937). After their Cosmopolitan appearances, "Tried in the Furnace" was included in the US-only collection The Crime Wave at Blandings (1937), and "Trouble Down at Tudsleigh" was included in the US edition of Eggs, Beans and Crumpets (1940). Condition: Light sunning to extremities and spine. Jacket chipped at corners and spine ends, light edge wear, light soiling else a very good copy in like jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Schicksal SA. Die Deutung eines großen Geschehens. Von einem, der es selbst erlebte * mit eingeklebter, gedruckter O r i g i n a l - W i d m u n g von SA-Obergruppenfüjhrer von Jagow,

      München, Zentralverlag der NSDAP, Franz Eher Nachf., 1936 - Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagseinband (Leinen / GLn / OLn / Ln im Format 13 x 18,7 cm) mit Rücken- und Deckeltitel, 209 Seiten, Schrift. Fraktur. - Aus dem Inhalt: Geleitwort - Aufbruch (Kameraden / Ruf des Schicksals / Das Gesicht des Kampfes / Und dennoch! / Die Fahne hoch!) - Opfergang (Die neue Macht / Das Erbe der Front / Um Treue / Drohung über dem Land / Der Sturmführer / Durchbruch / Um die Entscheidung / Der große Marsch / Schicksal SA. / Brennendes Land / Die Macht des Opfers / Freiheit! / Disziplin / Das gerettete Reich) - Erfüllet das Erbe! (Um den Sinn des Kampfes / Die Mahnung der Toten / Die Pflicht / Ewiges Deutschland). Mit Druckvermerk: "Die Handlung beginnt im Frühjahr des Jahres 1926 und endet im Sommer des Jahres 1934". Mit eingeklebtem Zettel auf dem vorderen Vorsatz: "Den alten Sturmsoldaten der Berliner SA. zum 31.10.1936. Mit der SA. hat die nationalsozialistische Bewegung das alte System zertrümmert. Der SA.-Mann hat gegen alle und gegen alles gekämpft, wenn der Führer es befahl. Er kämpfte gegen Untermenschen, gegen Kommune und gegen bürgerliche Reaktion. Mit diesen SA.-Männern konnte Adolf Hitler gegen den Teufel marschieren, weil es um Deutschland ging. Die Zukunft des Volkes wird es euch danken. Es lebe der Führer. von Jagow, Obergruppenführer" (Namenszug faksimiliert). - Band 2 der Reihe "Bücher der jungen Nation". - Erstausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung: Einband und einige Seiten etwas stockfleckig, sonst tadellos Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Further Range

      Henry Holt and Company, NY, 1936. 1st edition. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. "Frost's love of connections - between people and place, people and people, and between the external and internal forests and fields - yielded the spirit of this collection..." [Pub. Info] 'A Further Range' is divided into groups of poems: Taken Doubly; Taken Singley; Ten Mills; Build Soil; Afterthought; and,'The Outlands. The book is dedicated to the author's wife, Elinor. His second, of four, Pulitzer Prizes was won for this book. Owner's signature - and acquisition date May 30, 1936 (in pencil). There is a protective mylar cover. 1ST EDITION, 1ST PRINTING.

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        Autograph Note Signed to photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt, January 28/59

      Pen and ink on paper. 1 vols. 7-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches. Fine. Pen and ink on paper. 1 vols. 7-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches. A Proper Ecdysiast to Eisie. "Eisie, Dear Eisie-The first time was 1936-the second 1941-the third 1957 and now after all these years I'm still smiling for you and at you with Love and deep admiration. Gypsy Rose Lee."

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        The House of Incest.

      Paris: Siana, 1936. Limited. paperback. very good( ). 89p., 4to, printed wrappers; unopened. Paris: Siana Editions, n.d. (1936). Limited First Edition. One of 249 copies of Nin's second book, self published in Paris. Near fine, with slight erosion at the extremes of the spine. The original glassine dust wrapper is present, although considerably torn. Copy number 34, unsigned on the limitation page, , but with a signed presentation including a 6 line poem.

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        Meyers Lexikon 8.Auflage, 10 Bände incl. Atlasband, 1936-1942

      Bibliographisches Institut 1936-1942, Leipzig - Meyers Lexikon. Achte Auflage. Alle veröffentlichten 10 Bände: Textbände 1-9 & Atlasband. Bibliographisches Institut, Leipzig, 1936-1942. Wie auf den Abbildungen 10-14 ersichtlich, zudem mit der oft nicht mehr einliegenden, ausfaltbaren Tafel Der Mensch" (Band 7) sowie der fast immer fehlenden, nachgelieferten Deutschlandkarte zum Atlasband. Rücken aus dunkelbraunem Original-Kunstleder mit zwei Rückenschildern. Wie auch den ersten drei Originalbildern zu entnehmen, sind die Bücher in überdurchschnittlicher Erhaltung.An den Rückenkanten & Außengelenken keine Fehlstellen oder Einrisse. Der Einband hat einschließlich der Buchkanten & -deckel so gut wie keine Bereibung. Selbst die Buchecken ohne Bestoßungen, lediglich bei zwei Bänden sind sie ein wenig berieben. Die Goldverzierungen an den Rücken sind sehr gut erhalten, die Rückenschilder aufgehellt. Ebenfalls in sehr guter Erhaltung ist der Buchschnitt (bis auf die obligatorische Standspur & zwei Stellen mit ein wenig Anschmutzung). Und, wie kennzeichnend für diese Ausgabe, Band 9 (materialbedingt) mit dunklerem Buchrücken sowie -etiketten. Die Bände sind innen in einwandfreiem Zustand. Keine losen oder fehlenden Seiten; feste Bindung. Grafiken, Karten & Abbildungen einwandfrei erhalten. Keine Fleckigkeit, sehr sauber, kein unangenehmer Geruch. Die nachgelieferte Deutschlandkarte zum Atlasband an den seitlichen & unteren Rändern mit deutlicheren Läsuren & kleinen Einrissen (als auf dem Beispielbild 14)." 22500 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Travels in Arabia Deserta With an Introduction by T E Lawrence New and Definitive Edition

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1936., 1936. First Edition thus. 2 volumes. Quarto. Publisher's brown cloth with titles in gilt to spines, top edges tinted, others untrimmed. In dustwrapper, with titles in black to spines and uppers. Portrait frontispiece to volume I; large folding colour map to rear of each volume and several other illustrations, many folding. The books are fine but for a little foxing to end papers and edges. The dustjackets are dusty but still bright, a little frayed along extremities, chipped to head and foot of spines and to corners; strengthened along the top and bottom edges with brown tape. A very attractive copy. Doughty's epic two-year journey through Europe to The Holy Land and Syria in the 1870s remained almost unknown to the public until, in 1908, an abridgement by Garnett under the title Wanderings in Arabia immediately gained for Doughty a host of admirers. In 1921 Travels in Arabia Deserta, long since out of print was reissued with a new preface by Doughty and an introduction by T. E. Lawrence. A new generation of readers accepted it as a classic of travel. Listed in National Geographic's 100 Greatest Adventure books

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        Wappenbuch des Kantons Schwyz. Opus posthumum, herausgegeben von Paul Styger.

      Genf, Roto-Sadag, 1936 4°, 303 S., zahlr. Wappenabb. u.12 Taf., Obroschur, Vorsätze mi.n stockfleckig, innen sauber Nr. 173 von 375 Exemplaren. Namen und Ortsverzeichnis. Styger war Kanzleidirektor und Lokalhistoriker (1856-1935)in Schwyz. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Helvetica - Schwyz Geschichte - Heraldik

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        Honourable Estate A Novel of Transition

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1936. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine blue. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled, boards a little foxed, contents faintly foxed; an excellent copy in the unclipped, toned jacket, with some nicks and shallow chips to extremities, and minor loss to foot of spine. First edition, first impression. Signed by the author on the title page, and dated 9 December 1936.

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        Die Blendung. Roman.

      Wien, Wien, Norbert Reichner, [r1935]; WGII, 4; Erstausgabe. 1936 - Illustrierter, kolorierter Leineneinband, 8°, 560 S., roter Kopffarbschnitt; -Einband unregelmäßig gebräunt, insgesamt festes, ordentliches Exemplar ohne Eintragungen. Canettis früher (und einziger) Roman, mit der faszinierenden Deckelillustration von Alfred Kubin.

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        Young Men in Spats

      Herbert Jenkins 1936 - Blue green cloth with minimal fade to spine in a near fine wrapper with two very small chip repairs with the belly band .Rare as there is no discolouration to spine and copies don't turn up very often with the belly band. The wrapper is first issue ,the second reverses the flaps. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        WALDEN, OR LIFE IN THE WOODS. Introduction by Henry Seidel Canby. Illustrated with photographs by Edward Steichen.

      Printed at the Merrymount Press for the Members of The Limited Editions Club, Boston 1936 - 4to., xiii, 290 pp., collotype plates. Cloth-backed pastepaper over boards, titled in gilt on spine. Slight wear to spine ends and tips, else a very good copy. Lacking the card slipcase. One of 1500 copies, SIGNED by the photographer. The photographs were made at Walden Pond at various times of the year expressly for this edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Nonesuch Century

      The Nonesuch Press, London 1936 - Book condition: very good, "An Appraisal, a Personal Note and a Bibliography of the first hundred books issued by the Press 1923-1934", from the library of Holbrook Jackson, included is a signed letter from Meynell to Jackson: "Now that a decent interval has elapsed I feel that I can thank you without accusation of log-rolling for your review in the Listener of THE NONESUCH CENTURY. It was extremely generous and gave great pleasure not only to me but also to my father." the review from the Listerner is included, green buckram boards show minor bumping to corners, spine has faded to yellow but gilt on black title is intact, bookplate of Jackson on front pastedown, pastedowns and endsheets show minor foxing, Interior is evenly tanned, with rare scattered foxing/smudges. One of the insets has notable edge wear/closed tears. Please see photos. The tipped-in illustrations and inset pages are overall in lovely condition. An outstanding feature of the book is the set of tipped in illustrations and inset pages, some in full color, a must have book for those who love books, 8 X 12.5, * Postage for oversized and international shipping will be calculated by size and weight. AbeBooks shipping quotes are ESTIMATES only. If actual shipping cost is less than the AbeBooks estimate, it is our practice to REFUND the difference to the buyer. * [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Old Spain

      1936 - BONE, Muirhead. Old Spain. Two volumes. WITH: Two Drypoints. London: Macmillan, 1936. Together, three volumes. Elephant folio (14-1/2 by 21 inches), original full brown pigskin gilt, raised bands, top edges gilt, uncut; etchings in original matching portfolio with brown paper boards. $8500.Signed limited first edition of this monumental collection of Spanish landscapes, cityscapes and interiors, number 24 of only 265 sets, with 120 large full-page illustrations in various media (three double-page, many in color) by Muirhead Bone and descriptions by Gertrude Bone, signed by both, with the additional portfolio of two original drypoint etchings, each signed by Muirhead Bone. With a presentation inscription from artist W. Russell Flint and two related signed autograph letters, one from Muirhead to Flint and one from Mary Bone to John Moore, the recipient of this copy.Because Muirhead Bone was originally trained as an architect, it stands to reason that his favorite subjects were city architecture (which often focussed on urban demolition and renewal), industrial plants and landscapes. His art "reflects the mind of the architect, an almost mathematical feeling for strains and stresses" (DNB). Bone's preferred media were etching, dry-point and lithography. "In the art of dry-point, Bone did not, from his first attempts, take long to achieve a mastery which it was well-nigh impossible to improve upon, certainly not as a technical process" (Kenneth M. Guichard). Appointed official British war artist during the First World War, he produced 150 lithographs of the conflict, published by the War Department as The Western Front (1917). After the armistace he returned to his earlier subject matter, adding a new fascination with shipyards and the war-damaged towns of France. For many years, Bone and his wife Gertrude took up residence in Italy and Spain. This monumental collection of his drawings and prints of Spain were "gathered during leisurely visits extending over the last years of the old régime." Bone's work is known for its meticulous detail, without ever becoming labored. With the separate portfolio of two original drypoint etchings signed by Bone: "The Apse, Leon Cathedral" and "Roman Bull Excavated at Merida," often missing. Inscribed in volume I by fellow Scottish artist W. Russell Flint, "For my dear friend John Moore with every good and affectionate wish from his companion on many happy occasions. W. Russell Flint. â€"- March 31, 1967." Flint, a celebrated artist and illustrator, shared with Bone a love of Spain, to which he also returned for inspiration throughout his life. Laid into this copy are two autograph letters signed. The first, from Muirhead Bone to Russell Flint, reads: "The Radcliffe Infirmary (Private Block) Oxford. Oct 2, 1953. My dear Russell Flint, There must be few letters giving one such a pleasure to answer as yours! I have been here nearly 10 weeks now and the days have often been a bit dreary. Your letter made me very bright indeed. Of course I know better but as an invalid I just ignore that and sip my sugared tea. They have now finished a block of radio-therapy treatments on me and in a fortnight am being allowed to go homeâ€"for a while anyhow. My general health may then improve they think. Speriamo! Afraid it may be some time before I remember how to sharpen a pencil though. Again my warmest thanks for your kindness and warmest best wishes to your own work. Yours ever, Muirhead Bone." Sadly, Bone's health did not improve, and he died three weeks later on October 21, 1953. A second, undated letter is from Mary Bone to the recipient of this copy. It reads "140 Haverstock Hill NW3 May 8th. Dear Mr. Moore. I am sorry not to reply to your letter before; I received it in Rome, from where I have recently returned. Your theory about squaring out the first page of a sketchbook is, I fear, with no foundation, I never saw Muirhead do that. His method, when drawing in cramped quarters, or on the spur of the moment [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        PAPERMAKING PILGRIMAGE TO JAPAN, KOREA AND CHINA.|A

      New York: Pynson Printers, 1936. half leather, paper-covered boards, slipcase. Papermaking. 4to. half leather, paper-covered boards, slipcase. 148, (4) pages followed by 50 tipped-in specimens of paper. First edition, limited to 370 numbered copies and signed by Dard Hunter and the designer, Elmer Adler. This landmark book on hand papermaking in these countries was printed on Japanese mulberry-bark handmade paper and contains 68 photogravure illustrations taken by Hunter on his trip. (See Hunter's My Life with Paper, pp.127-129 for further details of the trip). The book describes the trip and the processes of hand papermaking that Hunter discovered during his journey. The specimens show a wide variety of paper from these three countries and tie in nicely with the descriptions of hundreds of different kinds of paper that he had found, as well as the locations where they were produced. Loosely inserted is a four page pamphlet issued by the Japan Paper Company on Shogun Paper, the paper that was used to print this book. Foxing along outer edge of some of the paper specimens. Slipcase cracked and missing a piece along bottom.

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        Keep the Aspidistra Flying

      London: Victor Gollancz, 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. First edition, first printing. Good. Cloth soiled and dull, worn through for less than an inch at top edge. Foxing to prelims, terminals and edge of page block, toning to pages. Rear endpaper shows a date stamp, a strip of paper residue, and a glue repair to the gutter. A scarce title. One of just 3,000 copies, of which at least 200 were destroyed during the war.

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        Die Blendung. Roman.

      Wien-Leipzig-Zürich, Herbert Reichner Verlag, 1936. 8°. 560 S., Illustr.-OLwd. (v. Alfred Kubin). Erstausgabe. - Beiliegend der bedruckte Vorderteil der Orig.-Bauchbinde: „Ein aufregender und sogar aufreizender Roman! Der Einbruch einer Frau in das stille Dasein eines Gelehrten. Der Ausbruch in die wirkliche, tolle, tobende Welt. Der Zusammenstoß und die Katastrophe. Drei Vorzüge sind diesem Buch eigen: die unheimliche Nähe zu Menschen und Dingen, die faszinierende Kenntnis geheimster Regungen der menschlichen Seele, die durchaus berechtigte Spannung, die einen jeden zwingt, das Buch in einem Atemzuge zu lesen“. - Seitlicher Schnitt m. drei kleinen Braunflecken. Kl. Namenszug a. Vorsatz- u. Titelblatt, sonst schönes Exemplar eines der bedeutendsten Romane des 20. Jahrhunderts. - Wilpert/G. 4; Sternfeld/T. 89; Giebisch/G. 48; Raabe, Kubin, 537; Horodisch 163; Marks A 167. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Canetti, Die Blendung, Kubin

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        Das Erlebnis der XI. Olympischen Spiele in Wort, Bild und Ton - (Olympia-Tonbuch)

      - Berlin, Verlag Bernhard & Graefe, 1936, Sondereinband, Ganzleinenmappe mit Textband mit 195 Seiten, fast Bildband, 3 Schallplatten mit je zwei Seiten, Mappe etwas berieben, Zustand 2- (FG7)

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