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        HOTEL DEL MONTE MENUS (COMPLETE SET OF 12)

      Monterey, CA: Hotel Del Monte, 1936. 1st Paperback 10" x 4 3/4" bi-fold; 10" x 9 1/2" opened. Cream heavy card stock with a distinctive black illustration by Mora on front cover; information and menu printed inside. Seldom seen complete set of 12 menus. Uniformly near fine to fine (3 menus have minor marks on front covers, not affecting the images). This set comes in a worn cream envelope slightly bigger in size than the menus. It is unusual to find a complete set of these menus. The artwork on these menus was originally created as 1 years' worth of advertising for the Hotel Del Monte (circa 1933-1934) for various publications. The hotel then determined to use the same artwork for the menus; a complimentary set could be had simply by asking the waiter. Each menu has a different date; a story about the artwork on the cover is written inside facing the menu. (Grandeau-Shorts 1 Menus:b)The dates and titles of each menu in this set from 1936 are:Tuesday, July 7 - The Harbor Of RefugeSunday, July 19 - The Reward Of The PathfinderSunday, July 26 - Mother Of The MissionsSaturday, July 25 - California Began HereWednesday, August 5 - Old Spain Still LivesThursday, August 6 - Heritage Of A Romantic PastFriday, August 7 - The Month Was DecemberSunday, August 9 - Trails The Caballeros RodeSunday, August 9 - "To Live Long And Without Care..."Monday, August 10 - Yankee Vs. CaballeroMonday, August 10 - MananaTuesday, August 11 - Monterey SurrendersNext day shipping. Celebrating our 17th year - all domestic orders ship with Delivery Confirmation Tracking Number - Images available upon request.

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        Fighting Angel

      John Day, New York 1936 - First edition. Small signature to the front free endpaper, near fine in a very nice, near fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Reichsparteitag 1936, Nürnberg. Erinnerungsphotoalbum für den schweizer Legationssekretär Franz Kappeler mit beiliegenden unterschriebenen Brief vom Stellvertreter des Führers Rudolf Hess.

      1936 1936 - 4°-Quer, 36 Blatt, 56 eingeklebte Orig.-Photographien unterschiedlicher Grösse (von 23 x17 cm, 21 x 27 cm bis 7 x 11 cm) unter anderem ein zweifach gefalzte Weitwinkelaufnahme ( total 22 x 76 cm) des Aufmarsches auf dem Reichsparteitagsgelände, OLdr., Mappe aussen wasserrändig, innen tadellos (ausser der gefalteten Photographie, diese etwas fleckig.) Die meisten der Aufnahmen vom Hitlers Leibphotographen Heinrich Hoffmann (1885-1957). Hitler ist 13 mal abgebildet. Die Aufnahmen zeigen nicht nur den Parteitag und entsprechende Aufmärsche sondern auch Gäste aus befreundeten Ländern. Ausserdem die Besichtigung der neuen Autobahn und ein Ausflug nach Berchtesgaden. - Kappeler, Franz (1898 -1988). Stud. in Zürich, Genf und Bern, 1925 Dr. iur. Volontär an Zürcher Gerichten. Ab 1926 Mitarbeiter des Eidg. Polit. Departements (EPD, heute EDA), 1936 Legationssekr. und 1939 Legationsrat, bis 1944 Mitarbeiter des Schweizer Ministers (zuerst von Paul Dinichert (1878-1954)der wegen seiner kritischen Haltung zum Regime 1938 vom nazifreundlichen Hans Frölicher (1887-1961)abgelöst wurde.)in Berlin. Kappeler war massgeblich an den dt.-schweiz. Verhandlungen beteiligt, die 1938 dazu führten, dass in den Pässen dt. Juden der J-Stempel eingeführt wurde. Nach seiner Rückkehr nach Bern trat er in die Abt. für Finanzangelegenheiten ein und wirkte in zahlreichen Wirtschaftskomm. und -delegationen mit. Nach seiner Berufung nach Beirut vertrat er die Schweiz ab 1950 im Libanon, in Syrien, Irak und Jordanien. 1956 wurde er Minister, 1960 Botschafter in Pretoria (bis zu seiner Pensionierung im Jahr 1963). In seinen Schriften äusserte K. eine entgegenkommende Haltung sowohl gegenüber dem Dritten Reich als auch gegenüber Südafrika und dessen Apartheidregime. 2500 gr.

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        Address of President Roosevelt Accepting the Democratic Nomination for President of the United States.

      Philadelphia N.p. 1936 - (5)ff. A signed typewritten speech, given by Franklin Delano Roosevelt on June 27, 1936, in acceptance of his nomination as the Democratic candidate for president. Roosevelt signed the speech at the end in blue ink, and the pages have sixteen corrections in blue pencil, with one sentence that has been crossed out. In the 1936 election, Roosevelt was the incumbent and had already started work on his New Deal in the midst of the Great Depression. In the speech, Roosevelt acknowledges his "grave responsibility" to the American people, but, in light of the relief brought by his New Deal programs, he also emphasizes that ".we have won against the most dangerous of our foes — we have conquered fear." He addresses economic inequality and denounces the "economic tyranny" of the "privileged princes of these new economic industries" who had "concentrated into their own hands an almost complete control over other people’s property, other people’s money, other people’s labor — other people’s lives." At the end of the speech, he states that ".here in America we are waging a great war. It is not alone a war against want and destitution and economic demoralization. It is a war for the survival of democracy. We are fighting to save a great and precious form of government for ourselves and for the world." Following this, in all capital letters, he closes the speech by saying "I accept the commission you have tendered me. I join you. I am enlisted for the duration of the war." Roosevelt won the election in a landslide victory, with all but eight electoral votes, in a time of economic instability and high unemployment; his accomplishments and rhetoric were no match for his opponent, Republican Alf Landon. Pages measure 8 by 14 inches. The pages are stapled and taped together at the top, and the area stapled has been reinforced with a strip of paper adhered to the blank verso of the last page. Creases to the pages from being folded into quarters, perhaps to fit into the President’s pocket, else in fine condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Seven Original Film Reels (8mm + 16mm) from the 1936 Olympic Summer + 1936 Olympic Winter Games (Five of the 8mm reels from Leni Riefenstahl's film Olympia)

      Tobis (Degeto Kulturfilm G.m.b.H., Schmalfilm-Abteilung) n/d, Berlin - Seven original films of the 1936 Olympic Games of Berlin and Garmisch-Partenkirchen. 8mm Riefenstahl reels: I/1: Military Olympia 1936 (Equestrian / Military). I/2: Frauenturnen Olympia 1936 (Women's Gymnastics). I/3: Turmspringen Olympia 1936 (Platform Diving). II/3: Unsterbliches Marathon (Marathon). 8mm reels accompanied by a folded text insert (in German) with a summary of the contents. All titles from part 2 "Fest der Schönheit," except Unsterbliches Marathon, which is from "Fest der Völker." Titles of the other reels (not by Riefenstahl), 16 mm: I/22: Meister der Faust (Boxing). I/23: Kunst des Eislaufs (Figure Skating). 8 mm: III/3: Stabhochsprung (Pole Vault). Tobis-Degeto released these individual reels as part of a much larger series in 8 and 16mm to the public after the initial success of "Fest der Völker," and the release of "Fest der Schönheit." All 7 reels resting in golden cardboard sleeve with titles in German printed on spine, housed in original red cardboard slipcase. Some age wear, slight tearing to parts of edges, minor abrasions on slipcases. Rubbing to edges of sleeves. Slipcases and sleeves in overall good, reels with actual film in very good condition. A fascinating piece of Olympic history. Extremely rare. Olympia is a groundbreaking, award-winning 1938 film by Leni Riefenstahl, documenting the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. The film was produced in two parts: Olympia 1. Teil (Part 1): Fest der Völker (Festival of Peoples), and Olympia 2. Teil (Part 2): Fest der Schönheit (Festival of Beauty). It won awards at the Venice International Film Festival (1938), Lausanne International Film Festival (1948), as well as the National Film Prize (1937-38) and the Olympic Gold Medal of the Comitè International Olympique (1939). It was the first documentary on the Olympic Games ever made. Riefenstahl revolutionized motion pictures and used techniques such as extreme close-ups, unusual camera angles, setting railway tracks to capture the athletes and the crowd, etc. At the time this kind of film-making was groundbreaking and virtually unknown. In 1956, despite the controversy due to its political content, Olympia was classified as one of the world's ten best films and Time magazine included it in its "All-Time 100 movies." [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Reichsautobahn: Schleiz-Bayreuth Los 16

      Augsburg: Thormann & Stiefel A.G. 1936 - Original handmade Nazi photographic album, documenting a portion of the construction of Hitler's Reichsautobahn. String-bound oblong quarto, hand-titled. Presented by the German company Thormann & Stiefel A.G. to the Reichsautobahndirektor, Hafen. Letter on company stationary laid in (and signed Heil Hitler). With 82 captioned 3 1/2 X 4 1/2 inch tissue-guarded photographs, each four to a page, obsessively depicting the construction of the relevant section of highway. The images are of an exceptionally high quality. Direct overtones of later movements in German photography are evident here. Fine in string-tied calligraphic burlap boards. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Die Olympischen Spiele 1936: Two Volumes

      Hamburg-Bahrenfeld: Cigaretten-Bilderdienst, (1936). Both volumes very close to fine in beautiful near fine jackets, with minimal edgewear and several tiny edge nicks. Housed in a custom slipcase.. First Edition. Quartos. Two-volume set devoted to the 1936 Olympic Games in Germany. Divided into two volumes, of which the first focuses on the summer competitions in Berlin and the second focuses on the winter events in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Profusely illustrated with black-and-white (and a few color) tipped-in photographs of various sporting events, international athletes, and members of the Nazi regime. An extensive document of two politically fraught and historically significant Olympic Games, which enabled Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels to disseminate the concept of the "master race" and showcase products of German efficiency. Text in German.

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        British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January 1935 Through Dec. 1936 (Please Note - some Issues Called B.C. Tel. Co. Employee News and are Quite Short) *PERSONAL COPY OF E.P. LABELLE, FEATURED IN OCT/35 ARTICLE*

      British Columbia Telephone Company, British Columbia 1936 - Telephone Talk was the glossy bimonthly publication of the British Columbia Telephone Company. It was written by employees for employees to present information of interest to those engaged in the plant, traffic, commercial, operating, accounting and other departments of the service. Each issue is replete with black and white photos and information on topics such as: company, industry and technological news, traffic levels, expansion plans, personnel announcements, publicity and social events, deaths, weddings, lists of exchanges, and more. As such, these issues serve as a vital preserve of rare and fascinating British Columbia history. This volume covers topics including: Service to Japan, Hawaii and the Philippines now available; Anchors foul cable 4 times within 10 days - Burrard Inlet; Classified system will be extended to remainder of territory - includes full-page rate sheet; Company gains telephones in 1934 after 3 year decline (presumably due to the Great Depression); Company architect, Hugh D. Simpson; Our overseas service kept growing last year; Employee Sales Team Results; Statement of Development, 1 January 1935 - show # of phones per community; System suffers heaviest storm damage in history - January 1935 - 8 pages with photos; New exchange for the Albernis; John C. Miles succeeds John Johnston as Building Head; World Telephone network now includes 60 countries; Billy Palliser - champion salesman for Victoria Plant; Sechelt Company picnic; New phone system for thriving Alberni area - 4 pages with photos; Record 19,000 mile call from Vancouver to Perth, Australia; Dog's bark in Vancouver heard in Scotland; Round the world telephone talk sets record; Telephony's part in Canada's Jubilee celebration - 2 pages with photos; Parksville Exchange has Dial Unit at Qualicum Beach; Arthur R. Harness - garden awards; New switchboard handled by sightless operator - article with photos; PNE float details and photo; 2-page bio. with photo of Eugene P. LaBelle, the company's General Superintendant of Plant *MR. LABELLE'S NAME IS STAMPED ON THIS COPY*; Carrier circuits established between Vancouver and Calgary; Number of phones increased last year; Miss Elizabeth Murray, Vancouver's first chief operator, dies; New radio stations established; Fraser telephone building remodelled; Conference calls link Canadian cities by long distance (!); Operator school reopened; George E. Pittendrigh of Cloverdale, BC - installed Vancouver's first telephones; Telephone folks to the rescue; New Long Distance developments embrace Howe Sound Points; Key to Safety on the Job; New radio link serves Quesnel and adjacent mining area; Vancouver's first emergency phone calls; Newcastle Island Picnic; C.A. (Charlie) Price - Queer theories prove that people read the 'Yellow Pages"; James Welsh - our first formen; Article on the challenges of information operators; Seymour operating room photo; Mr. W.F. Salsbury - helped pave the way for our present telephone system; *CARICATURE OF E.P. LABELLE* and other company executives; Vancouver Arena fire damage quickly repaired; PNE float photo and details; Long Distance developments this year; Dominion Telephone organization meets in Victoria; Ex-policeman Ernest A. Harris recalls use of telephone in 1891; Monte Butler wins more rowing laurels; and more. Average wear. Ink stamp of company executive E.P. LaBelle upon fore- and top edges, and inside front board, else unmarked. Binding intact. Backstrip loose along front edge. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        After a Big One" [Trout-fishing scene of an angler casting into a shaded pool]

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1936 - Connett published two drypoints by Boyer in 1929, and this colored trout- fishing print in 1936, followed by a salmon fishing print in 1937. The Derrydale catalogue noted: "This is the only colored, modern trout-fishing print available. It was carefully planned by Mr. Boyer and Eugene V. Connett to be authentic in every detail." No. 46 of 200 copies. 13 x 20 inches. Hand-colored aquatint engraving, signed by the artist lower left. Matted, framed, and glazed. Fine. Ordeman (2005) pp. 28, 103 (noting limitation of 250) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Angling of the Test, or True Love Under Stress: Being a Diurnal Postulation of Problems of Connubial Infelicity which will bring No Comfort to any married Male Angler. A book of the Nonce Club Selection

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1936 - INSCRIBED by the author on the front pastedown: "To my good friends the Holdens H.G.P." First Edition, no. 91 of 197 copies, signed by the author on the title page. 8vo. Illustrated with plates from drawings and photographs. [x], 25 pp. Original embossed black cloth, gilt, spine a trifle faded, else fine. Bookplate. Laid into quarter crimson morocco clamshell box. Siegel 97; Frazier P-8-a [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Keep The Aspidistra Flying

      London, Victor Gollancz Ltd.,, 1936. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine in blue. Some minor foxing mainly to prelims, a little dusty but overall a very good copy. First edition, first impression.

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        A Clergyman's Daughter

      New York: Harper & Brothers 1st American Edition 1936 - ----------hardcover, no dust jacket. The uncommon first US edition, only 500 (or 1000, sources differ) copies printed. The first edition was published by Gollancz in the UK the previous year, 1935, and this book uses the sheets of the UK first edition. The book is incorrectly titled The Clergyman's Daughter on the spine, and correctly titled A Clergyman's Daughter elsewhere. The book is in blue cloth on boards, with off-white design to the front boards, and off-white lettering and design to the spine. The off-white design and lettering has likely faded from the original pink, although the book is not sunned, and the lettering and design are clear and distinct. The book has modest bumps to the spine extremities, is dusty on the top pages edge, has minor staining to the boards, has the former owner nameplate (and 1938 date) on the front endpaper, and is a very solid VG to VG+ copy. Ahearn & Fenwick. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Keep the Aspidistra Flying

      Gollancz 1936 - A very collectible and attractive copy of the first impression of this first published edition of the title - increasingly uncommon to locate in undamaged condition. Original pale blue cloth boards, marginally time-darkened, but firm and unworn, with corners sharp. Titles to spine in dark blue; no writing on end papers, but some very light spotting to preliminaries and final pages, otherwise very good and clean internally. A heartfelt novel about bourgeois young man blues and the anthema of secondhand bookshops! Facsimile dustwrapper included at no additional cost. See photographs, and any more details can be supplied on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Clergyman's Daughter

      Harper and Brothers, New York 1936 - The first American edition, published by Harper and Brothers in 1936 utilizing the sheets of the Gollancz edition published one year earlier. Estimates very as to how many copies were issued in the US, but it was clearly a diminutive number. A very good copy with a bump to one corner and some fading to the lettering and decorative flourishes upon the spine. Most of the original pink has faded from the designs and lettering on the spine, but the Harper Brothers design on the front board is still a light pink. Some light spotting to the front and rear boards. A still handsome copy of a scarce early work from Orwell. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ideas of Order

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1936 - First trade edition, with three poems ("Farewell to Florida," "Ghosts as Cocoons," and "A Postcard from the Volcano") which did not appear in the extremely limited Alcestis Press edition the previous year. Edelstein's third binding, yellow paper-covered boards with spine label. Tail of spine a bit bumped. The dust jacket is somewhat toned, browned on the spine and rubbed along the fore-edges, with some very minor chipping at the head and tail of the spine and at the top corner and a closed tear on the rear flap. Still, quite a nice example of Stevens' second book, a milestone in his career. Scarce, especially in jacket. Edelstein A2.b. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtinventar des Wiener Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchivs: aufgebaut auf der Geschichte des Archivs und seiner Bestände (5 Bände KOMPLETT) - Bd. 1: Entwicklung des archivalischen Besitzstandes und der Einrichtungen des Archivs, Biographien der Archivbeamten, Fundbehelfe, Geschichte und Inventare der Reichsarchive, des Archivs der Staatskanzlei (des Ministeriums des Äußeren), der Gesandtschaftsarchive und der Staatenabteilungen/ Bd. 2: Geschichte und Inventare der Archive des Hauses Habsburg-Lothringen, der Hofstäbe und des Kabinettsarchivs/ Bd. 3: Geschichte und Inventare der Urkunden- und Handschriftenabteilung und der Klosterarchive/ Bd. 4: Geschichte und Inventare der Länderabteilungen und sonstigen kleineren Bestände/ Bd. 5: Sach- und Namensweiser.

      Verlag Adolf Holzhausens Nachfolger; 1936 - 1940.. je Band ca. 500 Seiten; ungeschnitten; Broschiert. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt leicht angebräunt; Der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 5 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten;

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        The Lovecrafter: A Sonnet ( Number XXX from The Fungi from Yuggoth Poetry Cycle ) --- Fourty-Sixth Anniversary Issue ( Forty-Sixth / 46th )

      No Place ( Oakman, AL.? ): Donald Wollheim & Wilson Shepard ( Shepherd ), 1936, 1st and Only Edition, 1st Printing - ----------Please see: Joshi I-B-iii-71; III-G-i-5 and Currey, p. 330 ----- Lovecraft, Howard Phillips, ( H. P. ) A SONNET ( The Lovecrafter), Publisher. No place: Wilson Shepherd and Donald A Wollheim,( Printed with the deep gratitude and best wishes of Wilson Shepherd and Donald A. Wollheim), August 20, 1936. 1st and only edition, issued with Fourty-Sixth mis-spelled, 126 x 203 mm, NEAR FINE, browning to paper (although I suspect that this was issued on a brown coloured paper), broadside printed on wood pulp stock which is prone to browning, There were 16 copies printed, 1 on rag paper, the rest on paper. The rag copy and 1 of the paper copies were given to HPL and are now in the Lovecraft Collection at the John Hay Library. The remaining 14 copies were sent to friends and early science fiction enthusiasts. This sonnet is number XXX (30) in the Fungi from Yuggoth poetry cycle. This is the only issue of The Lovecrafter and was prepared for Lovecraft's forty-sixth birthday (August 20th). The broadside is from 1936. The date on the broadside is in honour of HPL's birthday, not the actual day and month of publication. Of the 14 remaining copies, they are RARE!!! and rarely come on the market, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        REVUE MEDICALE FRANCAISE, 1920-1936, 8 VOLUMES (COMPLET), REVUE DES SCIENCES MEDICALES ET BIOLOGIQUES, FRANCE - AMERIQUE LATINE - PROCHE-ORIENT

      Revue Médicale Française 1936 - RO40228848: 8 volumes. Titres, années et filets dorés sur les dos. Couvertures des ouvrages brochés conservées. Nombreuses publicités en noir et blanc. Quelques épidermures sur les dos. Du n° 1, 1re année, juillet 1920, au n° 9, 17e année, déc. 1936. Sommaire du n° 9, 17e année, déc. 1936: N° consacré à l'Urologie, sous la dir. du Pr Marion et de P. Le Gac. M. Marion, technique de la reposition du rein communément appelée néphropexie. MM. Fey et Dossot, les indications de la résection endo-urétrale. P.R. Flandrin, Diverticules et cavernes prostatiques. J. Pérard, Les séquelles vésicales et la tuberculose rénale. P. Truchot, Pyélographie et urographie intra-veineuse. M. Bouchard-Potocki, Le traitement chirurgical des grandes hydronéphroses. P. Barbellion, Diagnostic de la blennorragie. P. Le Gac, La latence des affections rénales. H. Blanc (Bordeaux), L'Urologie en 1935-36. Nécrologie: Victor Pauchet. In-8 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos frotté. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 610-Sciences médicales. Médecine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres : Variété (I et II) (éd. 1934 et 1937) - Les divers essais sur Léonard de Vinci (éd. 1938) - Pièces sur l'art * (éd. 1938) - Regards sur le monde actuel (éd. 1938) - Discours (éd. 1935) - Monsieur Teste, La soirée, Lettre d'Emilie, Le log-book, Quelques épîtres (éd. 1931) - Album de vers anciens, La jeune Parque, Charmes, Calepin d'un poète (éd. 1933) - L'idée fixe, Socrate et son médecin (éd. 1931)- L'âme et la danse, Eupalinos ou l'architecte, Paradoxe sur l'architecte (éd. 1936).

      Editions de la Nouvelle Revue Française,, Paris, - Demi-vélins blancs à la Bradel à coins, pièces de titre rouges à filets dorés, couvertures et dos conservés. Tous ces tomes sur Rives portent le n° 872 (1000 exemplaires) et ne sont pas coupés en gouttière. Traces d'humidité sur les gardes du tome "Album de vers anciens". Rares rousseurs pour ce bel ensemble. . 9000 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gone with the Wind

      Macmillan 1936 - First Edition, first printing SIGNED by Margaret Mitchell on front free endpaper. This is the TRUE FIRST EDITION published May 1936. A spectacular first issue dustjacket with "Macmillan Spring Novels" printed on the top back panel. This ORIGINAL dustjacket is vibrant in colors with no chips, or tears. The book is in excellent shape. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with light wear to the spine and edges. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a beautiful copy SIGNED by the author and housed in a custom clamshell slipcase for preservation. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Gone With the Wind.

      New York: Macmillan Company, 1936 - Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles and decoration to upper board and spine in blue, top edge stained tan. With the dust jacket. Housed in a grey quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Very mild toning to corner of the front free endpaper with some trivial associated wrinkling but an exceptional copy in the very lightly frayed dust jacket. First edition, first printing, first state dust jacket listing this title second in the right-hand column on the rear panel. Signed by Margaret Mitchell on the front free endpaper. Signed copies of the first edition in this condition are scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Gone with the Wind

      The Macmillan Company, New York 1936 - First Edition, First Printing INSCRIBED and SIGNED by Margaret Mitchell on the front free endpaper. A wonderful copy. This First Issue dustjacket with "Gone with the Wind" title printed on the second column of the back panel has minor wear the spine and edges. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with light wear to the spine and edges. The pages are exceptionally clean. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a superb copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION PUBLISHED May 1936 SIGNED by the author. We buy SIGNED Margaret Mitchell First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        GONE WITH THE WIND.

      New York: Macmillan, 1936. - Thick octavo. Gray cloth, lettered in blue. Modest rubbing at corners, with a few small smudges to cloth, usual light tanning to endsheets, but a very good, tight copy in shelfworn dust jacket with a creased edge tear, two large chips to the spine panel, and a clean split part way up the lower joint. Half morocco folding slipcase. First edition, first printing. Signed by Mitchell on the front free endsheet. The dust jacket is price- clipped, but is in the preferred state, with the "Spring Novels" advert on the lower panel showing this work as the second title in the right hand column. "The book that lives on and on, decried by the devotees of higher criticism, scorned by the intellectuals, and loved by the public. It was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 1937" - Harwell. WILLINGHAM & HARWELL 120. Harwell, IN TALL COTTON 125.

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        Gone With the Wind SIGNED with TWO SIGNED letters

      Macmillan Company, New York 1936 - A very rare pre-publication copy of "Gone With the Wind" signed by Margaret Mitchell on an inserted leaf, and with two outstanding letters, typed and signed by her. The book was published by The Macmillan Company, New York, 1936. First edition, first issue, with May 1936 listed as the month of publication. Prior to the release of the May 1936 first edition, the publisher Macmillan had Margaret Mitchell sign 500 sheets. These sheets were bound into a small number of the first printings and then sent to select influential booksellers to help promote the novel. This copy was sent to bookseller correspondent Robert Saltmarsh, owner of "Hutchinson's Bookshop" in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The book has been professionally rebound in full tan cloth with new endpapers and leaves. The signed leaf is toned and soiled with a stain underneath the signature. There is an ownership legend (detailing ownership of the book by Mr. Saltmarsh) written in unknown hand in blue ball-point pen below Mitchell's signature. Tape remnants and residue markings (matching formerly tipped-in letters) are present on the front and back of the signed leaf, and on the half-title page with bleed through on the verso. This pre-publication edition signed by the author, along with the deeply personal and revealing letters written and signed by Margaret Mitchell make this a truly rare and special collection of "Gone With the Wind".The first letter was written in Atlanta, Georgia and was dated June 5, 1936 (just a month after publication of "Gone With the Wind"). The letter was typed on her personal stationery and measures approximately 7.75 x 7 inches. The letter expresses Mitchell's sincere gratitude to the bookseller Robert Saltmarsh for his "kind words" about the book and the true shock of the book's high-praised reception.Condition: The top edge of the letter has been unevenly trimmed. There are four horizontal creases from being placed in an envelope. There is also an affixed newspaper clipping and a tape marking on the verso. The letter has been placed in an archival plastic protector for protection and preservation.The second letter was also typed on her personal stationery, and is two quarto pages on two quarto leaves (only the first leaf has her name embossed on it). Measures approximately 10.75 x 7 inches. The letter was dated February 19, 1940 and tells of the whirlwind years since the publication of her novel and of the newly released "moving picture". Condition: Both pages of the second letter have two horizontal creases from being placed in an envelope. The upper corners of each page have been taped. Please contact us if you would like transcripts of the letters.Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Gone with the Wind

      New York: Macmillan, 1936 - Laid in is a one-page Typed Letter, signed ("Margaret Mitchell Marsh"), from Mitchell to bookseller Robert Wilson, then a student at Johns Hopkins University, on a sheet of personal stationery headed "Margaret Mitchell," dated Atlanta, Georgia May 21, 1941 and reading in full, "My dear Mr. Wilson, - I have read the letter which my secretary wrote to you and I find I have little to add to it. As she wrote to you, I am no speaker and have never made any lectures of any type, so I regret that I must refuse your invitation. I do feel so flattered that The Johns Hopkins University wanted me to make this talk, and I thank you so much for asking me. Cordially, [signed in ink] Margaret Mitchell Marsh. Mrs. John R. Marsh" First Edition, with "Published May, 1936" on the copyright page; first issue dust jacket. 8vo. 1037 pp. Original gray cloth lettered in blue. Minor shelf wear, else a fine, tight copy, in a very good first-issue dust jacket, unclipped, with "$3.00" cost and with the "Spring Novels" advertisment on the lower panel showing this work as the second title in the right hand column. Short closed tear to top edge of front panel, some wear to ends of spine panel, small squared closed tear on back panel. Half green morocco slipcase and cloth chemise. Willingham & Harwell 120; Harwell, In Tall Cotton 125 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        GONE WITH THE WIND

      The Macmillan Company, New York 1936 - With Mitchell's Tidy Signature,In Equally Tidy Sangorski Morocco. 222 x 152 mm (8 3/4 x 6"). 4 p.l., 1,037 pp. FIRST EDITION, First Issue (with "published May, 1936" on the copyright page and no note of further printing). Front flyleaf SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Very pleasing gray crushed morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (stamp-signed on front turn-in), covers with single gilt rule border, raised bands decorated with stippled rule and flanked by gilt rules, panels with intricate gilt fleuron centerpiece and gilt titling, gilt-ruled turn-ins, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Upper right corner of back cover slightly soiled (with a series of short, thin, faint parallel lines about two to three inches in length descending from the top edge), spine slightly and evenly sunned to a pleasant light brownish-gray, trivial internal imperfections, otherwise very fine. This is the desirable first state of the first printing of Mitchell's perenially popular epic romance, perhaps the best-known American novel of the 20th century, our copy with the author's distinctive tidy signature on what is clearly the original flyleaf at the front. Sangorski & Sutcliffe, one of the premier English bookbinders, did a considerable amount of work for American booksellers, including Brentano's, and while the design here is restrained, the quality of the leather used and the precision of the finishing are first rate. FIRST EDITION, First Issue (with "published May, 1936" on the copyright page and no note of further printing). Front flyleaf SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Gone With the Wind.

      Macmillan, 1936 - First edition, first issue. Upper corners slightly bumped, faint rubbing to lower spine tip, small very slightly darkened spot to head of spine corresponding to small chip in jacket, still fine in near fine dust jacket with a very slightly faded spine panel, a three-eighths inch chip to upper left spine panel some tiny chips to corners. Overall a nice copy. First issue with "Published May 1936" on copyright page in first issue jacket with rear panel headed "Macmillan Spring Novels" listing GWTW as the second title in the second column. Upper corner of front dust jacket flap clipped but original publisher's $3.00 price still present on lower front jacket flap. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ARTWORK for the dustwrapper of THE JOKER AND JERRY AGAIN by Eleanor Helme and Nance Paul

      London: Eyre and Spottiswoode. c 1936 - Black ink on ivorine, image size 7" by 9". The illustration, depicting a pony (the eponymous Jerry) and a dog, appeared, with the addition of colour to the titles, as the dustwrapper for the first edition of this book. A very attractive piece with notes in Aldin’s hand concerning the colouring of the titles which are currently hidden by the mount. Together with the front panel of the dustwrapper it was to become. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        GONE WITH THE WIND.

      The Macmillan Company. New York. May 1936.,1936. - FIRST EDITION. Recently bound, with the publishers original grey cloth front cover and spine bound in at rear, in full grey morocco leather. Spine with raised bands, the compartments ruled, lettered and decorated in gilt. Red title label, gilt. Single gilt ruled border on boards. All edges gilt. A fine, bright copy of the true first edition, 1st issue, set up and electrotyped in May 1936 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Gone With The Wind.

      New York: The Macmillan Company 1936 - Octavo. Recent blue half morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, blue cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Spine slightly faded, an excellent copy. First edition, first printing. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Original dustjacket artwork for Shining Scabbard

      [Farrar and Rinehart] [New York] [1936] - Tall Octavo, original stiff card-stock, glued to cardboard, oil or acrylic media. Rare original jacket artwork for this adventure novel from the 1930's. Signed by Salter horizontally at left of image. Salter was one of the most influential and widely respected dustjacket artists of the 20th Century. Between 1922 and 1934 Salter produced over 350 different designs for 33 different German publishers, several of these jackets became his trademark and greatest legacy. After immigrating to the United States in 1934, Salter continued his professional advancement so that by the end of 1940 he had produced approximately 185 book jackets and at least 30 magazine covers since arriving in the United States. A lovely example of Salter's subtler works, pencil notations at margins and verso of board. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Gone With the Wind

      Macmillan Company 1936 - "Gone With the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell. First edition, first printing from May 1936, with second issue dust jacket. Published by The Macmillan Company, New York, 1936. The second state dust jacket has the "Gone With the Wind" being listed in the left column along with the publisher's other books. The original dust jacket is in fair to good condition. Moderate to heavy chipping, wear and creasing to the jacket. A large piece of the spine is missing at the top affecting the title. A large chip is present at the top of the rear panel with a crease extending from the chip down the length of the panel. The original price of $3.00 is present on the front flap. The book is in good condition. Moderate shelf wear to the boards and spine, with bumped and worn edges and corners. A crease extends from the top of the spine to the bottom. Gift inscription written in ink on the front endpaper. The front board is cracked at the hinge. Foxing throughout the textblock most significantly in the first and last few pages. Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind" is a romance novel set in Georgia during the American Civil War and the Reconstruction era that followed. The novel centers on its protagonist, Scarlett O'Hara, and her struggle to rebuild and sustain her wealth, which had been lost as a result of the fall of the Confederacy. Using any means necessary, Scarlett regains what she has lost, in large part due to Rhett Butler, a scoundrel and scallawag with a bad reputation. The trials and tribulations of Scarlett and her unwavering perseverance make this novel an American classic. Winning a Pulitzer Prize in 1937, a year after it was first published, "Gone with the Wind" went on to become an Academy Award-winning film in 1939. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gone with the Wind

      Macmillan 1936 - First Edition, First Printing with "Set up and electrotyped. Published May 1936" printed on the copyright page. Later editions are published in June. A very good copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION published in May. The binding is tight with some wear to the panels. The pages are clean with minor wear. There is no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a nice copy with a beautiful facsimile dustjacket of the original in collector's condition. Includes a Macmillan Company laid in card that appears to be a review copy for the book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Die Olympischen Spiele 1936: Two Volumes

      Hamburg-Bahrenfeld: Cigaretten-Bilderdienst, (1936). Both volumes very close to fine in beautiful near fine jackets, with minimal edgewear and several tiny edge nicks. Housed in a custom slipcase.. First Edition. Quartos. Two-volume set devoted to the 1936 Olympic Games in Germany. Divided into two volumes, of which the first focuses on the summer competitions in Berlin and the second focuses on the winter events in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Profusely illustrated with black-and-white (and a few color) tipped-in photographs of various sporting events, international athletes, and members of the Nazi regime. An extensive document of two politically fraught and historically significant Olympic Games, which enabled Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels to disseminate the concept of the "master race" and showcase products of German efficiency. Text in German.

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        Correspondance Generale de Marcel Proust, Publiee par Robert Proust et Paul Brach.

      Paris: La Palatine a la Librairie Plon, 1930-1936. - A collection of Proust's correspondence, posthumously compiled and edited by his brother and published over six years. Each volume is dedicated to different correspondents. Complete sets are very uncommon. 6 vols, 8vo, original printed wrappers, untrimmed. Frontis portraits in volumes 2 & 6. Wrappers and glassine a little worn and chipped; nearly fine. First edition, of which there are five subsets of limitations; this one is from the fourth group, printed on Lafuma paper, and each volume has (maddeningly) a different limitation, varying from 160 to copies to 804, but each of the volumes in this set is numbered either 138, 139, 140 or 141, all within the same sub-limitation. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        PEER GYNT

      - (RACKHAM,ARTHUR)illus. PEER GYNT by Henrick Ibsen. London: Harrap (1936). 4to (8 x 10 3/4"), full vellum decorated in gold, top edge gilt VERY FINE. LIMITED TO ONLY 460 COPIES SIGNED BY RACKHAM! lllustrated with pictorial endpapers, 12 color plates, plus numerous fanciful black and whites. With this copy is THE ORIGINAL PEN AND INK DRAWING THAT APPEARS ON PAGE 78 OF THE TEXT! The drawing is actually larger than the printed version, it measures 5 1/2 x 5", and depicts a bevy of wierd and fanciful goblins in motion. A special copy, the book iteself being very scarce and made extra special with the drawing. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        Peer Gynt. A Dramatic Poem.

      London, George G. Harrap & Co., 1936 - Quarto. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full tan calf, titles and box design to spine gilt, raised bands, rule to boards gilt, titles and onlay decoration to upper board gilt, inner dentelles gilt marbled endpapers, top edge gilt others untrimmed. A fine copy. Illustrated throughout with 12 full colour mounted plates and drawings in text. First Rackham Edition Limited Issue. One of 460 numbered copies signed by the artist. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        PEER GYNT.

      George G. Harrap (1936), London - Small quarto. 256p. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 12 mounted color plates and numerous small text drawings. Bound in full vellum with pictorial stamping in gilt on spine and upper cover, illustrated endpapers in tan and white Riall p. 192. Very slight foxing to preliminaries, all else fine and bright - quite a nice copy First edition, Limited to 460 copies SIGNED by Rackham [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PEER GYNT: A DRAMATIC POEM

      George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, London 1936 - Very Fine, in Rare and Very Fine Jacket. 260 x 197 mm (10 1/4 x 7 3/4"). 255, [3] pp. First (British) Printing of this Edition. Original publisher's linen boards, original pictorial dust jacket. With 12 COLOR PLATES (including frontispiece) BY ARTHUR RACKHAM, all protected by tissue guards with descriptive letterpress. Latimore & Haskell, p. 74. Dust jacket with tiny chip out of bottom edge of back panel and two very minor closed tears at bottom of front panel, a little chafing at folds, but still A VERY FINE COPY IN A FINE JACKET. This is an especially well-preserved copy of the first British trade edition (appearing the same year as a British limited edition and an American trade edition) of Rackham's "Peer Gynt," written by Ibsen in 1867. The translator here, R. Farquharson Sharp (1864-1945), says that his translation is an improvement over former ones because he has refused the temptation of retaining the rhymed verse of the original. He has instead chosen unrhymed verse in Ibsen's original meter in an attempt to capture the original, literal meaning. Rackham's accomplished full-page color illustrations here are the confident work of a mature artist approaching his 70th year. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Peer Gynt [in Slipcase]

      Harrap; London; 1936; 8vo (10 3/4" x 8"); 256 pages - Fine/No DJ/VG+ Original Slipcase. First printing this edition. Limited edition, one of only 460 copies numbered and signed by Rackham. Vellum like cream paper boards with gilt lettering and Rackham design stamped on front cover and spine, MCMXXXVI stamped in gilt at base of spine. Top edge gilt, tan and white pictorial endpapers by Rackham, uncut deckled edges with many pages unopened. Limitation page signed by Arthur Rackham. Color frontispiece and 11 other tipped in color illustrations by Rackham, each with a tissue guard with the illustration title printed on it, with numerous additional pen & ink drawings by Rackham as headpieces, tailpieces and elsewhere in the book. In the original complete olive green slipcase with the title, author and illustrator's names, and limited edition # (matching that of the book) on a label pasted to the spine of the slipcase. The slipcase is moderately soiled on the front and rear and even moreso on the top, bottom and spine; nevertheless, it has protected the book well and is far scarcer to find in complete condition than the already scarce limited edition book itself. Several of the internal joints of the slipcase have recently been rejoined and strengthened, resulting in a slipcase that now has all joints firm and solid and thus will be able to continue to protect this delightful book for many years to come. The book itself is an absolute delight, it is clean and bright and tight withour prior ownership markings, and it shows signs of never having been read since numerous pages still remain unopened. This is indeed an outstanding copy, made even more desirable because it is still housed in the original complete like numbered slipcase. Riall p. 192. TO SEE MORE PICTURES AND ADDITIONAL SPECIAL ITEMS, VISIT OUR BOOKSELLER's HOMEPAGE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Peer Gynt.

      London George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. (1936) - Quarto. 256pp., + 12ff. plates. One of 460 copies signed by Arthur Rackham. Ibsen's great dramatic poem is illustrated with twelve mounted color plates and numerous black & white drawings. Rackham's dark, imaginative illustrations are perfectly suited to this poetic fantasy, drawn from Scandinavian folklore. Small book label to preliminary page, some light spotting to front cover, else fine in publisher's gilt-stamped full vellum. T.e.g. (Latimore & Haskell, p. 74). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Jean-Baptiste Charcot 1867-1936

      Yacht Club de France, Paris - 1936, 1st printing. () Near fine. 332,(1). Tall 8vo. Original decorated printed wrappers. With numerous photo illustrations, drawings, portraits, and maps. Minor soiling to covers. Slight old crease on front cover. Spine a little faded. Not in A.B. Spence 264, Rosove 69.A1 One of 900 copies of a total issue of 950 copies with 50 copies being for members of the Society. Quite Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea, and China.

      New York: Pynson Printers 1936 - First edition. Limited edition. No. 161 of 371 copies, signed by Hunter and by the publisher Elmer Adler. Approx. 9 in. x 11 ¼ in., 148 pp. Illustrated with b/w photos and drawings. Includes an index. Black leather spine and hinges, with gilt titling and red designs stamped on the spine. Decorated brown paper over boards. 50 examples of paper tipped in at the back of the book. In a slipcase covered with brown paper, with title and author printed in silver and "No. 161" hand-written in white ink on the spine. A non-authorial gift inscription appears on the front free end-paper. Otherwise an exceptionally fine copy in a fine slipcase. Weighs 4 lbs. Postage may be extra. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Grettis Saga Asmundarsonar. Bandamanna Saga. Odds Pattr Ofeigssonar

      Hid Islenzka Fornritafelag, Reykjavik 1936 - cvii, 407pp. Publisher's grey trade wrappers with red and black lettering on the front cover and spine; this paperback binding is solid and holding strong with several reading creases to the spine. The interior is clean: no writing, no bookplates, etc. The text has a few small notes on a couple pages; the majority of the text is clean and unmarked. NOT ex-library. Illustrated with plates and a folding map in rear. Text in Old Norse; foreword and notes in Icelandic. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gunn Books]
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        Les Serpents de l'Indochine, 2 volumes, complete

      Toulouse: Henri Basuyau, , First edition 1936 - Pp. 141, 13 text-figures, 1 map; 585, 185 text-figures. Full brown calf leather, spine with 5 raised bands and black leather label lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers, original wrappers bound in place, sm 4to (26 x 17.5 cm). Volume I: Éstudes sur La Fauna. Volume II: Catalogue Systématique Descriptif. This is the first thorough monograph on the snakes of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Some browning to the original printed wrappers; a clean, near fine copy in a very attractive leather binding

      [Bookseller: Natural History Books]
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        GLOSAS CASTELLANAS [Firmado / Signed]

      Librería y Editorial La Facultad, 136 pgs, Buenos Aires 1936 - Firma y dedicatoria del autor en hoja en blanco. Primer libro publicado por el autor, con varios ensayos sobre Don Quijote. [Libro en Español / Book in Spanish] [DEDICATORIA AUTOGRAFA] === 16mo. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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