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        Pool and Rapid

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1936. Pale green cloth with silver lettering to the spine. Pictorial endpages. Some soiling to the upper page edges; faint shelfwear to the lower edges. Dustjacket is clipped, with some general light wear and a bit of browning to the spine panel; closed tear to the lower edge of the front panel; small stain to front panel. Rear panel modestly soiled. . First Thus. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by C.F. Tunnicliffe. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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      London. 9 October 1936.. One full page, on quarto sheet of letterhead. Ca. 300 words. Folded for mailing, a couple small smudges, else very good. Oversize half morocco clamshell case. An excellent letter to Curtis Freshel, principal of the Bakon-Yeast Corporation, and second husband of Shaw's colleague and friend, pacifist and vegetarian activist Emeral (i.e. M.R.L.) Freshel. Shaw advises the recipient of some errors in addressing that have caused Freshel's letters to him to stray, and responds to an implicit suggestion that Freshel is considering undertaking some form of tribute to Thomas Paine: " ... you must not think of taking him on single- handed. You would have the precedent of the church 'erected to God by Voltaire'; and there is no reason why there should not be a monument 'erected to Thomas Paine by Curtis Freshel'; but it would cost too much ... To write an essay on T.P. I should have to read all his works and brush up on my knowledge of the French and American revolutions; and to do all that before January would be impossible. Besides, I think it would be a mistake to make the occasion one for a rally of notorious freethinkers when the danger that threatens is a rally of the Fundamentalists against the Arch Infidel. Get some good Christians into the field." He continues at length about Epstein's bust, the number of castings and their disposition, noting: ""It is a very remarkable piece of sculpture, like all Epstein's work; and it is unmistakably like the prehistoric monster from whom I am descended. But the copy destined for me has never reached me; and I have made no enquiries about it because my wife, who has seen a press picture of it, much prefers the flattering and beautifully refined bust by the Hungarian sculptor De Strobl ...." Signed: "Always yours, G. Bernard Shaw."

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Gone with the Wind

      New York: MacMillan. Very Good- in Good+ dust jacket. 1936. First Printing. Hardcover. May, 1936 first edition book with some wear and soiling of page edges. Inside pages are yellowing. Mylar protected first edition dust jacket is clipped at top of flap but has $3.00 price printed at bottom of flap. Dust jacket has some chipping at top edge of spine and top right front. Also has some soiling at bottom spine. (see scan) Book is nicely inscribed "From one Seminary girl to another! Margaret Mitchell". Custom made clam shell box is brown with reproduction of cover on front and gold title on spine. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Signed by Author .

      [Bookseller: Bookquest]
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      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936. FIRST EDITION, First Issue (with "published May, 1936" on the copyright page and no note of further printing). Front flyleaf SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Hardcover. 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.

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

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      1936. Paperback. 1. DU BOIS, WILLIAM PENE. GIANT OTTO [AND] OTTO AT SEA. NY: Viking 1936. 2 books, square 8vo (6 1/4"), pictorial boards, light cover soil else near FINE IN DUST WRAPPERS IN THE ORIGINAL PICTORIAL BOX! (dw's frayed, box sides repaired). First editions. Otto (a dog) and his master Duke have adventures in Africa and America. Illustrated with fabulous color lithographs (litho'd by Glaser). This is a nice set of books, quite rare in the original box. (Bader p.176-7).

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc.]
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        The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money

      London: Macmillan & Co., 1936.. First edition of the economist's masterpiece. This volume is generally regarded as the most influential social science treatise of the twentieth century. Octavo, original cloth. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with the lightest of wear. Housed in a custom quarter morocco clamshell box. A very bright copy.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Death On The Nile

      The Crime Club, London, 1936, 1936. First Edition. 8vo. Publisher's orange cloth in pictorial McCartney-designed dustwrapper. Covers are rich in colour with a slight lean, neat ownership to pastedown partially obscured by the flap. Jacket has benefitted from some discreet and well executed restoration from a highly skilled paper conservator. Shows extremely well. A famous Hercule Poirot mystery. R.H. McCartney also designed the jacket for Appointment with Death. Basis for the 1978 Oscar-Winning movie starring Peter Ustinov, Bette Davis, Mia Farrow, David Niven, Angela Lansbury and Maggie Smith. Cooper & Pike; Detective Fiction. Book Collector; Top 200 Crime Novels (No.272). Hubin. Crime Fiction IV.

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        The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1936. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark green morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, burgundy plain endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. First edition, first impression of the single most famous work on economics published in the twentieth century.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Socialism : an Economic and Sociological Analysis / by Ludwig Von Mises ; Translated by J. Kahane

      London : Cape, 1936. 1st Edition. Physical desc. : 528p. Translated from the second, German ed. Of the author's Die Gemeinwirtschaft. Subject: Socialism. Fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        INTEREST AND PRICES (Geldzins und Güterpreise) A Study on the Causes Regulating the Value of Money

      London:: Macmillan,, 1936. Very Good+. Very Good+ hardback First Edition in English with dampstain rear tip rear board and adjacent dj, page edges. Text not affected. Foxing edges. Owner inscription front paste down. In a Very Good+ sunned Dust Jacket with small label residue spine, mild edge wear. 8vo. xxxi, 219 pp

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      Newton, Mont.: Gregynog Press. 1936. 4to., original green oasis decorated with center-and cornerpieces onlaid in red and light green, outlined in gilt and blocked in gilt decorations of Persian character, five raised bands, gilt paneled spine, top edge gilt. xvii, 321, (3) pages.. Eight Bookes Treating of Noble Education, or Princely Exercises, Military Discipline, Warlike Stratagems, Preparations & Expeditions. Translated out of the Greek into English, and Conferred with the Latine and French Translations, by Philemon Holland. Limited to 150 numbered copies. This is one of the 135 bound thus by the Gregynog Bindery and signed at the bottom of the back cover on the turn-in. (Harrop 34). Printed under the direction of Loyd Haberly who provided floriated wood engraved initials. Well preserved copy inserted in clamshell box with matching green quarter leather.

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      Newtown, Montgomeryshire: Gregynog Press, 1936 The Institution and Life of Cyrus, the first of that name, King of Persians. Eight bookes treating of noble education, of Princely exercises. Military discipline, Warlike stratagems, preparations & expeditions: written in Greeks by the sage Xenophon. Translated out of Greeke into English, and conferred with the Latin and French translations, by Philemon Holland of the city of Coventry Doctor of Physick. Bound in dark green oasis, covers decorated with center and corner pieces onlaid in red and light green, outlined in gilt and blocked with gilt decoration of Persian character, couple of tiny marks to covers. Gilt rule frame, 5 raised bands. Gilt paneled spine with gilt title and imprint, green silk headbands, tiny mark at head, top edge gilt, fore edge and tail uncut. Internally, no inscriptions, a little offsetting to ffep edges as is normal, (ii), iii-xvii (1), 321, (3) pp, on Batchelor hand -made paper with hanging notes in red and floriated wood engraved initials by Loyd Haberly, hand coloured in red and green, at the opening of the book, an edition of just 150 copies. (Harrop 34) First printed by JL for Robert Allot, to be sold at the sign of the Beare in Paul's Churchyard, 1632, and now fully reprinted from the 1632 edition at the Gregynog Press. A stunning effort!

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        ULYSSES. Signed 1/100 Copies

      London: The Bodley Head, 1936 James Joyce. ULYSSES. Signed 1/100 Copies. London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1936. First Edition printed in England. A fine example of this, the most beautiful edition of Ulyssses ever published, designed by Eric Gill with Homeric Bow in gilt on the cover. Quarto, blonde calf vellum board printed on mould-made paper - number 38 of only 100 copies signed by Joyce in blue/black ink on the limitations page. [Total edition 1000 copies with 900 in cloth]. With the Bodley Head's printed announcement of publication laid in; in the original patterned paper slipcase with a bit of foxing & soiling to the printed numbered paper label, showing some rubbing at the slipcase edges - near fine considering it's endemic fragility. A very nice lovely example. Joyce's biographer Richard Ellman observed, "In his earlier books Joyce forced modern literature to accept new styles, new subject matter, new kinds of plot and characterization. In his last book he forced it to accept a new area of being and a new language. What is ultimately most impressive is the sureness with which, in the midst of such technical accomplishments, he achieved his special mixture of attachment and detachment, of gaiety and lugubriousness. He was no saturnine artificer contriving devices, but one of life's celebrants, in bad circumstances cracking good jokes, foisting upon ennuis and miseries his comic vision." Slocum & Cahoon A23 - The Modern Movement 42 . Signed by Author. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Cards on the Table

      London: Collins, 1936. The First Edition has for sale this early Agatha Christie book, Cards on the Table, which is a Hercule Poirot story. This book was published by Collins [London] in 1936.____The original publisher's orange cloth binding, with the title and author details to the spine in black are in Good condition with marks and creases to the boards and spine.____There are 286 numbered pages which are in overall Good condition which have occasional foxing; a printed number to the top edge of page 5; discolouration to the endpapers; and a crack to the hinge between page 286 and the blank page (just cosmetic with pages still firmly bound-in).____This is a very scarce and collectable early Agatha Christie Hercule Poirot murder mystery detective fiction book that will make a wonderful addition to any Agatha Christie or modern first edition book collection.. First Edition. Original Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket.

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      Toronto: MacMillan, 1936 THE DEDICATION COPY OF THE FIRST STUDY OF CANADIAN-LITERATURE FROM A MODERNIST POINT OF VIEW. Collin, W. E. THE WHITE SAVANNAHS. Toronto: MacMillan, Toronto, 1936. First Edition. Green cloth. (X), 288pp. A fine lovely copy in a remarkable dustwrapper. THE DEDICATION COPY, inscribed: "from Edwin / June, 1936" after the printed dedication: " For Louise", the author's wife. This important volume has the distinction of being both "the first book length work on English-Canadian literature written from a purely critical standpoint" (Germaine Warkentin) and the first book of modernist criticism in English-Canadian Lit. containing essays on Lampman, Pickthall, Pratt, Kennedy, Klein, Smith, Scott, Le Franc, and Livesay originally published as a series in the Canadian Forum and in the University of Toronto Quarterly. Collin apparently titled the collection The White Savannahs because he was living in London Ontario at the time, which he felt was so devoid of culture it was much like living in a desert. [William Edwin Collin, literary critic (b at Oakenshaw, Eng 9 May 1893; d at London, Ont 21 Dec 1984). The White Savannahs, a modernist study of 9 Canadian poets, established him as a major Canadian critic. Collin applied the ideas of such writers as T.S. Eliot, Sir James Frazer & the French Symbolists to Canadian poetry. A fine prose stylist, he also wrote a study of Paul-Jean Toulet and many articles and reviews, including from 1941 to 1956 the yearly review of French Canadian literature for the University of Toronto Quarterly - The Canadian Encyclopedia]. "In 1982 critic, W. E. Collin recalled the excitement with which he discovered the poems of Leo [Kennedy] in a copy of the FORUM in 1930, and the urgency that sent him hurrying to Montreal to meet with the poet and his colleagues. The FORUM's editor had supplied him with addresses. Collin was struck by the proximity of the poets who were turning the desert imagery of T.S. Eliot to their own uses: "I exclaimed, 'They all live in Montreal, Kennedy, Smith, Scott, Klein, They all live in Montreal.'" Collin would eventually celebrate the group in his critical anthology THE WHITE SAVANNAHS [1936]." - AS THOUGH LIFE MATTERED, by Patricia A. Morley, 1994. The most extraordinary copy.. Signed. 1st Edition.

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      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

      New York. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. FIRST EDITION IN FIRST ISSUE DUST JACKET of Mitchell's Pulitzer-Prize winning epic of Scarlett O'Hara's near-mythic love affair with Rhett Butler, one of the most popular and enduring novels in American literature. Gone With the Wind "appeared to overwhelming popular and critical acclaim in the summer of 1936. It immediately broke all sales records, and it won the Pulitzer Prize the next year. David O. Selznick's 1939 film version, which won ten Academy Award nominations and seven Oscars, including best picture, guaranteed the novel's immortality, and the novel itself remains a popular classic. Twice since its original publication it has reappeared on the New York Times bestseller list, in 1986 and again in 1991. It also has been translated into every major language of the world and many more obscure tongues. It has spawned a minor industry in publishing and spin-offs (from Mammy dolls and china to housing developments), and Mitchell's language has become a part of American lingo. In all probability it is the most popular and widely read novel in the world and the most famous novel in the English language" (American National Biography). New York: Macmillan, 1936. Octavo, original cloth, original dust jacket. Book near-fine, dust jacket with light edgewear and a little bit of soiling; upper flap fold clipped. An exceptionally well-preserved copy.

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      Everett, PA: Visionary Publishing Co., 1936 Lovecrafts first book. Envelope addressed to himself in Lovecraft's hand care of R.H. Barlow in Florida. "A fine story of supernatural adventure and discovery." Bleiler; Guide to Supernatural Fiction, 1039. Only about 200 copies were bound and issued. A very good copy, without the dust jacket, within a custom made clam shell case.. Signed. First edition, first printing. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Robert Gavora, Fine and Rare Books]
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        A Further Range

      NY: Holt, (1936). First edition. One of 4,000 copies printed. This copy is inscribed by Frost with the final quatrain of "Desert Places". The inscription is dated "June 1936", which is shortly after the book's May 30th publication date. Frost received the Pulitzer Prize for this collection, and was the third of four that he would receive in his lifetime. Typical oxidation to spine lettering, else fine in cloth and with dust wrapper that shows chipping and short tears to corners and spine ends, spine slightly toned.

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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.. .. Hard Cover. Very Good to Very Good+/No Jacket. Note: our prices on Biblio are the LOWEST of any of the sites on which we list our books.

      [Bookseller: John McCormick]
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      New York-London: Harper & Brothers, 1936. A CLERGYMAN'S DAUGHTER- George Orwell- Harper & Brothers-NY/London- Aug 17, 1936- 1st US Edition & Printing- Hardcover:-12mo Good+/ no dj -some cover staining and spots but nevertheless a solid copy from one of his least read but rarest books- No date, published first by Harpers in NY after the Gollancz edition in UK of 1935- 317pp, lightly toned but clean, no tears or writing-missing front ffep- original blue cloth with Harpers mark on bottom right front cover, yellow titles and design on spine- book is solid- SEE PHOTOS- On June 9, 1936, Orwell married Eileen O'Shaughnessy, and on August 17, A Clergyman's Daughter was published in New York. A Clergyman's Daughter, which was published in Britian on March 11, 1935.-"It details the trials and tribulation of Dorothy Hare, a woman whose sad existence, devoted to 'good works' is turned upside down."- His scarcest novel...some say that no more than 500 copies were ever printed. "This book has a great effect of showing how scandal can affect prominent community members. Dorothy goes "missing" after she kisses the villages most disreputable character. During her time as a missing person she learns new experiences such as sleeping in the streets and picking hops for a meagre wage. These elements are informed by Orwell's own experience with homelessness and poverty as described in Down and Out in Paris and London. Dorothy eventually finds a job as a schoolteacher, an experience that also parallels Orwell's own life."- Mispelled on spine as The Clergyman's Daughter- half-title and tile are A Clergyman's Daughter -RARE & very collectible- Fiction-general-classic-Orwell (3483) . 1st Edition-1st Printing-US. Cloth. Good+/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Une Oeuvre de Pierre Patout: Les Agrandissements des Galeries Lafayette

      Paris: Éditions René Kieffer, 1936. Near fine in silver-stamped French-folded wrappers with Patout's name inked on the thin spine. No copies in OCLC.. Limited Edition. Quarto. One of 337 copies (this copy unnumbered). Illustrated with 12 tipped-in plates (10 photographic) documenting the construction and design of architect Pierre Patout's art-deco renovations at Galeries Lafayette in 1936. Text in French, with several additional images.

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      London: V. Gollancz. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1936. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 318 pages; Orig. Blue cloth; moderate wear, spine ends just rubbed, slightly dusty, firm. Minor spotting to front & back matter. F. A.4a. Gordon Comstock is a poor young man who works in a grubby London bookstore and spends his evenings shivering in a rented room, trying to write. He is determined to stay free of the “money world” of lucrative jobs, family responsibilities, and the kind of security symbolized by the homely aspidistra plant that sits in every middle-class British window. .

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      N Y. N Y: Harper,. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1936. First American Edition. Hardcover. CLERGY; Amnesia; tall 12mo; 317 pages; Orig. Blue cloth; slight edge wear, spine ends very slightly frayed, slightly cocked. Endpapers a little discolored. Sheets of British ed. With new title page. Fenwick A.3b. Child of clergy--Fiction. Dorothy, the heroine of this novel, performs good works, cultivates good thoughts, and pricks her arm with a pin when a bad thought arises. She then has a series of unexpected and degrading adventures after becoming a victim of amnesia. Though she regains her life as a clergyman’s daughter, she has lost her faith. .

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      1936. Fine. SERIZAWA Keisuke. EHON DON KIHOUTE. Mukomachi: Sunward Press, Showa 11 [1936] #22 of 25 of 100cc. 28.7 x 20.7 cm String-bound Japanese style in lacquered, printed paper covers, done by Suzuki Shigeo. Enclosed in the publisher's patterned cloth-covered chitsu clasped case. Perhaps the finest and most important Creative Print Movement illustrated book of the 20th century and a cornerstone for any collection of Japanese ehon. This copy includes the publisher's order sheet with description of the book's origins, limitation, etc. Interestingly enough, the English language order sheet claims that the copy at hand is of the original 75 copies printed in Japan, while the Japanese colophon inside the book reveals it was part of an extra 25 copies printed specifically to be shipped abroad. It was commissioned by Carl T. Keller, the collector of Don Quixote material and illustrated with 31 hand-colored "stencil-engravings" [katazome], by the master Serizawa, later named a Living National Treasure. The covers, being lacquered, are subject to cracking with any use. This copy is amazingly unblemished, with only the slightest cracking along the hinge line. The chitsu case is complete with the original detached clasp included and some weakening to the hinges. A lovely production in remarkable condition.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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      London, John Lane The Bodley Head,, 1936. Thick royal octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, twin rule to boards gilt, greek keys to turn-ins gilt, jap vellum doublures and endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Housed in a dark blue leather entry slipcase. A fine copy. First UK Edition. The entire edition was limited to 1000 copies only, of which this is one of 900 numbered copies. This was the first issue to be entirely produced in Britain, with an appendix with documents relating to the legal history of Ulysses and with a bibliography.

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        Journey Without Maps (First Edition)

      Garden City: Doubleday Doran, 1936. First American Edition. Graham Greene first left Europe in 1935 to visit Liberia, and this title, the first of several very personal and philosophical non-fiction travel books he would write between his novels, was the result. Fine in a sharp, Near Fine dust jacket. Jacket is exceptional, with the slightest toning to the spine letters, a few tiny nicks at the spine ends, and a couple of tiny closed tears.

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        Riding : The Horselovers' Magazine VOLUMES 1 - 6 (Bound as 6 volumes in 5 - with volumes 5 & 6 bound as one)

      Country Life, London - Publisher's bound volumes - Vol 1. June 1936-May 1937. 378 pages with 306 pages of advertisements. Vol 2. June 1937-May 1938. 360 pages with 364 pages of advertisements. Vol 3. June 1938-May 1939. 360 pages with 376 pages of advertisements. Vol 4. June 1939-May 1940. 344 pages with 240 pages of advertisements. Vol 5 & 6 (bound together). June 1940-August 1941, Autumn & Winter 1941 , Spring & Summer 1942. 544 pages with 84 pages of advertisements. Books - in Good Plus original bright green boards with illustrated of a man on horseback to font board with black lettering and small gilt saddle and gilt lettering to the spine but with only gilt lettering to the spine to Volume 5&6 - some slight, faint marking to the boards - the rear of volume 3 has faint but still apparent, circular scribbling, SEE SCAN, some bumping and rubbing to the extreme corners and extreme edges and some bumping to the extreme ends of the spines. Contents, some browning to title pages, light creasing and light browning/marking to the occasional page, Volume 2, April & May 1938 pages has very light/faint browning to top half of most pages as have many pages in Volume 3 SEE SCAN. Otherwise all the pages are clean and tightly bound. An impressive and attractive set of the first six volumes of this interesting and informative magazine. Total weight approximately 10.00 Kg / 22.0 pounds, so please email for shipping for dispatch outside the UK. Size: 11 inches tall by 8.5 inches. Illustrated profusely with black and white photographs. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Animals & Birds; Horses; Inventory No: 7735. THIS BOOK IS HEAVIER THAN THE AVERAGE UPON WHICH CHARGES ARE BASED AND SO WILL INCUR AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR SHIPPING TO ADDRESSES OUTSIDE THE U.K. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - Edições Cosmos. Lisboa. S/d [1936-45]. 47 fascículos encadernados em 4 volumes. De 18x12 cm. Com cerca de 1880 páginas. Encadernações da época com lombadas em percalina. Colecção de fascículos onde são descritos os usos e os costumes indígenas e outros aspectos das colónias dignos de menção: 'os Cadernos Coloniais foram escritos pelos mais distintos colonialistas [sic] e pelos nossos mais brilhantes homens de letras'. Contém os CADERNOS COLONIAIS com os seguintes títulos, nomeadamente: Freire de Andrade por Eduardo de Noronha; África Desconhecida por António Lebre; Ilhas Crioulas por Augusto Casimiro; Eduardo Costa por Eduardo de Noronha; Artur de Paiva pelo Tenente-Coronel Joaquim Duarte Silva; Alves Roçadas pelo Coronel Henriques Pires Monteiro; A Terra, A Gente e os Costumes de Timor por Paulo Braga; Augusto de Castilho por Eduardo de Noronha; Sertanejos por Maria Archer; General Padrel por Joaquim Duarte Silva; Singularidades dum País Distante por Maria Archer; A Ocupação de Moxico pelo Tenente-Coronel Trigo Teixeira; Mandingas por António Carreira; Dili-Bázar Tete por Paulo Braga; Ninho de Barbaros por Maria Archer; Lourenço Marques na África Austral por Eduardo de Noronha; Mística Imperial por F. Alves de Azevedo; O Planalto de Benguela pelo Capitão Jaime Rebelo Espanha; Angola Firme por Maria Archer; Lendas Negras por Fernando de Castro Soromenho; Nos Antípodas por Paulo Braga; Estado da Índia por José F. Ferreira Martins; Baltazar Pereira do Lago por Eduardo de Noronha; A Guiné Portuguesa Através da História pelo Coronel Leite de Magalhães; Figuras das Guerras de África por Julião Quintinha; Política Colonial por Brito Camacho; D. Francisco Inocêncio de Sousa Coutinho por Gastão Sousa Dias; Um Reconhecimento no Sul de Angola pelo Tenente-Coronel J. R. Costa Júnior; Costumes Mandingas por António Carreira; A Ilha dos Homens Nus por Paulo Braga; Missões Religiosas Portuguesas pelo Padre Alves Correia; Colónias Piscatórias em Angola por Maria Archer; Oiro de Rand por Julião Quintinha; O Massacre dos Dragões do Conde de Almoster pelo Capitão A. A. da Silva Guardado; Pombeiros de Angola por António Augusto Dias; Alma Africana por Augusto Casimiro; Vida, Religião e Morte dos Mandingas por António Carreira; Cecil Rhodes e o Mapa Côr de Rosa por Alves de Azevedo; Descobrimentos e Descobridores Portugueses por José F. Ferreira Martins; A Alma Negra pelo Cónego António Miranda Magalhães; Povoamento de Angola por Gastão Sousa Dias; Timor País de Sol e de Volúpia por Paulo Braga; Benguela por António Augusto Dias; O Massacre de Cunene por Manuel Francisco Contreiras Júnior; Aspectos de Angola por Norberto Gonzaga; Paisagens de África por Augusto Casimiro; e CADERNOS DE CULTURA com os seguintes títulos, nomeadamente: O Japão Actual por Jaime Brasil; Da Clava aos Gases Asfixiantes e Bacilos Epidémicos por Eduardo de Noronha; e A Conquista do Polo Norte por A. Luquet. Location/localizacao: 3-A2-E-10

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        Olympia Zeitung. Offizielles Organ der XI. Olympischen Spiele 1936 in Berlin.

      Subject: (Olimpiadi). Berlin, 1936 dal n 1 (21 luglio) al n 30 (19 agosto) pp. 624, completamente illustrate da foto. Tutto il pubblicato in un volume rilegato in mezza pelle rossa. Rarissima raccolta.

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        OLYMPIA 1936 (2 volúmenes)

      Cigareten-Bilderdienst, Hamburgo 1936 - 127, 165 pág 31x24 cm Tela con sobrecubierta Sobrecubierta deslucida Obra de historia sobre las olimpiadas del 1936 celebradas en Berlín. Contiene numerosas fotografías en negro y un desplegable. Íntegramente en alemán.

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      Newtown, Montgomeryshire: Gregynog Press, 1936 The Institution and Life of Cyrus, the first of that name, King of Persians. Eight bookes treating of noble education, of Princely exercises. Military discipline, Warlike stratagems, preparations & expeditions: written in Greeks by the sage Xenophon. Translated out of Greeke into English, and conferred with the Latin and French translations, by Philemon Holland of the city of Coventry Doctor of Physick. Bound in dark green oasis, covers decorated with center and corner pieces onlaid in red and light green, outlined in gilt and blocked with gilt decoration of Persian character, couple of tiny marks to covers. Gilt rule frame, 5 raised bands. Gilt paneled spine with gilt title and imprint, green silk headbands, tiny mark at head, top edge gilt, fore edge and tail uncut. Internally, no inscriptions, a little offsetting to ffep edges as is normal, (ii), iii-xvii (1), 321, (3) pp, on Batchelor hand -made paper with hanging notes in red and floriated wood engraved initials by Loyd Haberly, hand coloured in red and green, at the opening of the book, an edition of just 150 copies. (Harrop 34) First printed by JL for Robert Allot, to be sold at the sign of the Beare in Paul's Churchyard, 1632, and now fully reprinted from the 1632 edition at the Gregynog Press. A stunning effort!

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        Jackals of the Clouds [The ''Ace'' Series]

      Published by John Hamilton Limited, 32 Bloomsbury Street, London circa edition not stated [First Edition was 1936]. circa 1936. - Hard back binding in publisher's original vibrant orange cloth covers, black lettering and sundial to the spine. 8vo 7½'' x 5¼'' 224 printed pages of text with four single-sided monochrome illustrations on coated paper by Howard Leigh. Ink name to the verso of the frontispiece, front free end paper adhered to the front paste down. Very Good condition book in Very Good condition Howard Leigh illustrated dust wrapper with 5 mm loss of paper across the spine ends, not affecting any text, spine slightly sun faded, small chips to the corners, not price clipped 3s 6d. Dust wrapper supplied in archival acetate film protection. Member of the P.B.F.A. STORIES FOR BOYS [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Will You Walk into My Garden?

      New York: Derrydale Press, 1936 - No. 113 of 200 copies printed. 8vo. Illustrated with photographs. [xii], 48, [1] pp. Original green cloth, titled in gilt on upper board. Spine ends slightly rubbed, else fine. Presentation inscription from the author on the flyleaf, "For Mrs. Bertha Hopkins from Clara C. Lenroot December 24th, 1936". Rare. Frazier L-3-a; Siegel 108 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Organisationsbuch der NSDAP. Herausgeber: Der Reichsorganisationsleiter der NSDAP

      Zentralverlag der NSDAP, München 1936 Première édition du livre d'organisation du NSDAP. 550 pp. Portrait d'Adolf Hitler en frontispice. 71 planches couleurs et de nombreuses figures Noir et Blanc in-texte. Reliure toilée rouge éditeur avec le titre frappé en argent. In-8 (21,5 x 15,5 cm). Planches couleurs sur les sigles, insignes, uniformes, armes du NSDAP (cf scans). Ouvrage technique extrêmement rare dans sa toute première édition. Très bel exemplaire. Erste Ausgabe XXXIII, 550 Seiten mit einem Frontispiz-Porträt Adolf Hitlers, 71 farbigen Tafeln sowie zahlreichen schwarz-weißen Illustrationen im Text, silbergeprägter roter Oln, 8° ( 21,5 x 15,5 cm ). Die farbigen Tafeln mit Wappen- und Uniformdarstellungen, Wimpel, Abzeichen, Standarten, Fahnen ua. (cf scans). Inhalt: Der Parteigenosse; der Politische Leiter; Partei-Symbole, Abzeichen; Parteidienst / Hoheitsträger - Hoheitsgebiete / Interne Dienststellen der NSDAP und Parteidienststellen mit angeschlossenen Verbänden, Parteigerichtsbarkeit / SA, NSKK, SS, HJ und Reichsarbeitsdienst / Vereinbarungen zwischen den angeschlossenen Verbänden der Partei und staatlichen Organisationen - Vereinbarungen der der Partei angeschlossenen Verbände untereinander / Partei und Staat ? Gesetze. Selten in erste Aufgabe, sehr gute Zustand. First edition. 550 pp. b&w photo of Adolf Hitler on frontispiece. 71 color-plates and many B&W fig. in-texte. Red cloth with silver Nazi emblem on front and with silver lettering on front & spine. Rare in this first edition. Very good condition Très bon couverture rigide Edition originale

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        Cards on the Table

      Collins Crime Club, London 1936 - Spine slightly faded and covers lightly soiled otherwise near fine without dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        High Wall

      Harrison Smith & Robert Haas New York: Harrison Smith & Robert Haas. 1936. First. First edition. Pastedowns darkened, with a small stain on the front fly, else very good plus in a moderately rubbed, good dustwrapper lacking 1.25" at the foot, and with shallow loss at the crown. Brain-damaged man confesses to murder, is put in the local lunatic asylum, nurse becomes interested in his story. Basis for the classic 1947 film noir directed by Curtis Bernhardt and featuring Robert Taylor, Audrey Totter, and Herbert Marshall. .

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        Gouache aquarellée de Gino Starace pour la couverture de La Tigresse de Jean de La Hire.

      Arthème Fayard 1936 Gouache aquarellée de Gino Starace pour la couverture de La Tigresse de Jean de La Hire, n°333 du Livre Populaire, Arthème Fayard, 1936. Exécutée sur un carton Canson lavis A à grain satiné de format 17 x 25 cm (marges comprises ; le dessin fait 15 x 24), non signée. La cartouche du titre fait partie du dessin original ; un macaron avec le prix de vente est collé. Un papier calque monté sur le haut du canson vient protéger le dessin. Magnifique état. Giocchino Starace (1859 ? 1950), dit Gino Starace, fut le célèbre illustrateur de la collection du « Livre Populaire » des éditions Arthème Fayard, il en fit un nombre impressionnant de couvertures, choisissant très souvent une scène majeure, violente, étrange, émouvante, du roman, ou bien un portrait saisi dans un sentiment de colère, d'effarement, de terreur. Starace, dit-on, lisait souvent les textes pour choisir la scène qu'il allait composer. Natif de Naples, ce dessinateur italien a dominé presque un demi-siècle de littérature populaire française, grâce à une technique classique irréprochable au service des débordements du genre. Dans Lisibilité, emphase, narrativité (in Tapis Franc n°1, 1988), Daniel Couégnas montre que Starace perçut « la nécessité vitale qui commandait que l'illustration de couverture, cette affiche publicitaire en réduction fût saisie instantanément, appréhendée, déchiffrée de manière univoque par le regard afin de provoquer désir ou curiosité, conditions nécessaires d'une lecture ultérieure du roman ». Il précise que « la force de Starace, c'est sa capacité de synthétiser en une scène les stéréotypes qui renvoient immédiatement le lecteur moyen, médiocrement instruit, à un déjà-lu, ou un déjà-vu, tant historique que dramatique ou psychologique. » Son classicisme marié aux excès mélodramatiques, le choix de couleurs vives, la dynamique du mouvement et l'emphase constituent sa griffe qui culmine avec la folie surréaliste de la série à 65 centimes des Fantômas de Pierre Souvestre et Marcel Allain. Relevons aussi de grands textes de Gaston Leroux (Chéri-Bibi), les Pardaillan de Michel Zévaco, la saga de Rocambole de Ponson du Terrail, Naz-en-l'Air de Souvestre et Allain. (tv) Très bon couverture rigide Edition originale

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