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        Macbeth de Shakespeare, 1937-1938.

      Complete and original autograph manuscript of 110 pages written and foliotées the front in black ink. Some erasures and corrections autograph of the author. First sheet with the title of the piece. Date and place the bottom of the last page: "Paris-Lapras, October 1937-January 1938 (ended January 14, 1938)." Novel adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy, reduced in three acts, in verse. S.n. Paris-Lapras 1937-1938 [2] 110pp. in-4 en feuillets

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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      Edition originale, un des 230 exemplaires numérotés sur alfa.Reliure à la bradel en demi maroquin noir, spine lisse, date dorée en queue, plats de papier à la cuve, couvertures et spine conservés (spine insolé), tête dorée, reliure signée de l'atelier Boichot.Bel exemplaire agréablement établi. Gallimard Paris 1937 14,5x21cm relié

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        Rêveuse bourgeoisie

      First edition, one of 245 numbered copies alfa only major papers. Rare and nice copy. Gallimard Paris 1937 12x19cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Too Smart for Love

      First Edition. Early romance novel written under the pen name of Kathryn Culver by Davis Dresser, who wrote the Mike Shayne mysteries under the pseudonym Brett Halliday. "For thirty days Janet moved as an equal among the wealth, fame, and beauty of the social world in the exotic setting of America's winter playground. Two thousand dollars for clothes! One hundred dollars a day for expenses! Janet knew the old saying: 'Them as has, gets.' And for thirty days Janet was going to be one of those 'as has'". Very scarce. Very Good, spine modestly faded, some shelf wear, in Near Fine or Fine dustjacket that was preserved separate from the book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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        XI. Olympiade Berlin 1936. Amtlicher Bericht. Hrsg. vom Organisationskomitee für die XI. Olympiade 136 e.V. 2 Bände.

      Folio. Mit zahlr. photograph. Abb. sowie einigen Farbtaf. 1222 S. OLwd. m. goldgeprägt. Deckelvign. u. RSchild. Enthält sämtliche Ergebnisse sowie Berichte, Bilder etc. Samt Register. - Einbände u. Kopfschnitt fleckig, RSchilder m. kl. Abplatzungen. Innen sauber u. ordentlich, nur wenige Ecken m. kl. Anknick. gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal]
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      Columbia Pictures Corp., 1937., 1937. Original color half-sheet movie poster for the 1937 film, based on the 1935 novel of the same name by Rex Stout. The second film adaptation to feature Stout's beloved character, Nero Wolfe. The first adaptation was MEET NERO WOLFE, in 1934, where Wolfe was played by Edward Arnold. Arnold did not wish to become identified with one character, and the role was handed to Walter Connolly for the second film, with Lionel Stander as Wolfe's cohort, Archie Goodwin. Alfred E. Green was the film's director; Guy Endore and Edward Chodorov were the screenwriters; and also starring in the film were Eduardo Ciannelli and Irene Hervey. The colorful sheet has one horizontal and one vertical fold crease with some light and faint old water stains along the outer margins of the right and left sides. None of the stains affect the art work and would be covered by a mat when framed. Quite presentable copy in very good condition.

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        Pluto and the Puppy

      New York: Grosset and Dunlap,, 1937. Square quarto. Original illustrated printed boards, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. colour and black and white illustrations throughout by the Disney Studios. Corners and ends of spine lightly rubbed, inscription to front pastedown, in the dust jacket with creasing to ends of spine, front top edge, flecking to paper at flap folds, chip to rear top edge. A very good copy. First edition, first printing. An obscure Disney title.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE BANNED BOOKS OF ENGLAND. Original Manuscript.

      Later published by George Allen and Unwin. 1937. E. M. Forster?'s holograph manuscript for the foreword to Alec Craig?'s The Banned Books Of England. 4 pages (five sides, one a crossed through early draft of the opening), together with an autograph note dated 13th February 1937 sending the manuscript to the publisher and requesting a proof. In his essay Forster approvingly introduces Craig?'s book, mentioning several of the most notorious obscenity trials (Joyce?'s Ulysses, Hall?'s Well of Loneliness, ?"the Havelock Ellis and Bedborough case?") and discussing the legal issues surrounding the definition of obscenity and the erratic and unscientific nature of libel and obscenity prosecution. In very good condition. (Kirkpatrick B9.)

      [Bookseller: Lucius Books]
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        Neutrales Photo-Album mit Autograph und 17 einmontierten Original-Photgraphien (18 x 13 cm) von Martin Herpich, München. - Davon 14 Photos vom Königs-Schloß Neuschwanstein.

      . München, 16. Januar 1937; ca. 23 x 32 cm. Neutrales braunes Photo-Album mit 18 Blatt, das vom Photographen Martin Herpich mit Datum vom 16. Januar 1937 dem Schloßverwalter von Neuschwanstein, Herrn Duschl, gewidmet ist. Erstes Blatt mit Autograph von Martin Herpich (weißer Stift auf braunem Karton): " Herrn Verwalter Duschl Neuschwanstein / zur freundlichen Erinnerung gewidmet / von Martin Herpich / München den 16 Januar 1937". Es folgen 17 Blätter mit jeweils einem auf der Vorderseite montierten Original-Photo im Format 18 x 13 cm, die beiden ersten als Außen-Aufnahmen von Neuschwanstein, die restlichen 12 als Innen-Aufnahmen (Zimmer und Säle). Die Bilder entsprechen zum Teil dem von Herpich veröffentlichten Kartenbriefchen "Königs-Schloß-Neuschwanstein / Serie 1 / 12 Origial-Photographien / vonn Martin-Herpich Kunst & Verlagsanstalt München (Format 7 x 9 cm).Die restlichen 3 Photos zeigen eine Landschaftsaufnahme mit Hohenschwangau, eine Außenaufnahme von Schloss Linderhof und eine von Schloss Herrenchiemsee (alle Aufnahmen sind nicht bezeichnet). - Der Albenblätter sind an dern Oberkanten etwas wellig, ein Seiden-Trennblatt ist knickfaltig; ansonsten ist der Zustand des Albums und der Photographien ausgesprochen gut..

      [Bookseller: Internet-Antiquariat Harald Holder (Vers]
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        Time Square. Original-Fotografie.

      1937 - 1937. Bildgrösse 13x16 cm. Unter Passepartout. In Glasrahmen 30x37 cm. Rückseitig mit Schreibmaschine Titel mit Jahreszahl und handschriftlich Name des Fotografen.

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat]
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        The Case of the Dangerous Dowager (First Edition, Uncorrected Proof)

      William Morrow, New York 1937 - Uncorrected Proof, preceding the First Edition. Good to Very Good in publisher's self-wrappers, with a publication date of April 12, 1937 and projected price of $2.00 rubber-stamped on the front endpaper. Spine lean and roll, vertical creasing to the spine panel, small stain to the fore-edge of the first couple of leaves. A presentable copy of the earliest state of the tenth Perry Mason mystery. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        Original Van Vechten Portrait Photograph

      New York: , 1937. Original sepia-toned silver gelatin print (226 × 164 mm). Presented in corner mounts behind double window mount. One or two tiny surface marks, slight surface rolling at the corners, but overall very well preserved with deep velvet tone. Thoughtful portrait study, signed and dated by Van Vechten verso in red ink in his characteristic minuscule handwriting; "photograph by Carl Van Vechten/ March 28, 1933-XII c: 4". Despite the variance in dating, the image appears to be number four of a series listed in the Library of Congress' collection as dating from March 28, 1937. The name "George Gershwin" is also pencilled across the back in signature style, this is in the handwriting of Irene Gallagher. Gallagher was Girl Friday to music publisher Max Dreyfus - the president of Chappell & Co., and publisher of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, and Lorenz Hart - and knew all of the up-and-coming young composers of the day. This photograph is from her estate. Van Vechten met Gershwin in 1919 and was instrumental in his rise to fame, bringing the young composer together with adventurous Canadian-American mezzo Eva Gauthier whose annual concert at the Aeolian Hall for 1923 was entitled "Recital of Ancient and Modern Music for Voice", and featured songs by Byrd, Bellini, Bartok and Berlin, Hindemith, Schoenberg, Kern, and of course Gershwin; "Mr. Gershwin, at the piano, provided accompaniments which were something like works of art in their own genre, and in Mme. Gautheir's encore - his own Do it Again - raised a gale of laughter by slyly inserting a phrase from Scheherazade at an appropriate moment" (Musical America, November 10 1923). This was Gershwin's first appearance on a New York concert platform. In February 1924, Rhapsody in Blue was premiered at the same venue as part of the concert "An Experiment in Modern Music" featuring Paul Whiteman's Palais Royal Orchestra, it was reviewed by Van Vechten in Vanity Fair in an article entitled "George Gershwin: An American Composer Who Is Writing Notable Music in the Jazz Idiom", describing Rhapsody … as "the finest piece of serious music that had ever come out of America". This was the first and most important review that Gershwin was to receive, he had arrived.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Chronik der Stadt Neurode

      . Stadt Neurode, 1937. XVII/565 S. mit zahlr. Textabb. u. 9 Tafeln., original Leinen. (etwas fleckig u. berieben/Titel u. Vorsatz stockfl.).

      [Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat, Einzelunterne]
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        Mystery of Mr Jessop

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1937. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Some foxing to edges and margins; an excellent copy in the bright jacket with sunned spine. First edition, first impression. A detective novel, from the Sergeant Bobby Owen series. The publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket, the front pastedown and the title page.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Sonnenaufgang über einer weiten Landschaft.

      1937. Aquarell, links unten signiert und datiert "Hermann Struck 1937", verso datiert "19.XII.37 morgens 6 Uhr", auf Velin. 14,5:19,9 cm. Aus einem Skizzenbuch aus dem Besitz der Tochter.. Der an der Berliner Akademie ausgebildete Künstler, wurde vor allem wegen seines graphischen OEuvres bekannt. Er schuf überwiegend (Stadt-)Landschaften und als Teilnehmer am Ersten Weltkrieg Szenen vom Soldatenleben sowie Genreszenen und Porträts bekannter Zeitgenossen, wie von Ibsen, Nietzsche, Freud, Albert Einstein, Herzl und Oscar Wilde. Auch war seine Lehrtätigkeit nicht unbedeutend; von seinen Schülern sind u.a. M. Liebermann (1847-1935), M. Chagall (1887-1985), L. Corinth (1858-1925) und L. Ury (1861-1931) zu nennen. 1922 wanderte Struck nach Palästina aus und wurde dort Mitglied der Bezalel Akademie für Kunst und Design. Ferner war er bei der Gründung des Tel Aviv Museum of Art beteiligt.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        The Affair of the Scarlet Crab

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1937. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Contents and edges foxed; an excellent copy in the slightly creased jacket that has sunned spine and edges, and a few nicks to extremities. First UK edition, first impression. First published in the US earlier the same year. The author's first book and the first appearance of Knight's series character Professor Huntoon Rogers. The publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket, the front pastedown and the title page.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE METAMORPHOSIS (Die Verwandlung)

      London: The Parton Press. 1937. First edition in English (first published in German in 1915). Original blue cloth spine over grey paper covered boards, with printed label to the upper cover and the titles in black to the spine. An excellent near fine clean, bright and tight copy, very lightly worn to the binding extremities. The contents with a neat previous owner?'s signature in pencil to the front pastedown otherwise in fine condition. A lovely copy.

      [Bookseller: Lucius Books]
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      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1937 - First edition. Octavo, original black cloth with titles to the spine and front panel in silver. Inscribed by the author, "To Frank Whitbech, Who has more Cain first editions than Cain has and the more power to him. James M. Cain Los Angeles, Calif June 5, 1944". Bookplate of the recipient on the front free endpaper, a very good copy with light wear. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Gay Parisienne - September, 1937. Enoch Bolles or George Quintana cover. Early pin-up pulp

      Dover, DE: D.M. Publishing, 1937 Dover, DE: D.M. Publishing Co., 1937. First Edition. January, 1936 issue (Volume VII, Number 1). 10 1/8" x 7 1/8", illustrated wrappers, 64 pp. with illustrations and photographs (nudes). Cover artist is uncredited, but is certainly either Enoch Bolles or George Quintana (see scan). Over-eighteen purchase only. Very high grade condition by pulp standards; faint soiling in a couple spots,nothing else to call out. Pages lightly and evenly aged-toned as always; quite supple. Bright and clean and undamage. Near fine. A scarce issue from of a thirties girlie mag which is in fact scarce throughout its 7-year run (1931-1937). A classic from a classic genre, collectible both for its cover (by either of the equally enigmatic Enoch Bolles and George Quintana) but also for its standard-fare contents: 16 full-page B&W nude photographs, soft (by today's standards) erotica short stories, and B&W illustrations for those stories which are often rather art-deco-y and rather collectible in their own right. With the exception of the occasional signed cover art, the illustrations in this genre were generally unsigned and uncredited, and the authors of the stories were pseudonymic; while the genre was certainly not "indecent" enough to be banned, these magazines were not something most artists, photographers and authors particularly wanted credit for at that time. Seasoned with letters and period ads, as well. Rare piece of periodical history. L100

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        College Verse. Volume Six, Number Six

      Laramie, Wyoming: The College Poetry Society of America. April, 1937. First. Magazine. Stapled printed yellow wrappers. Wyoming Centennial stamp on the front wrap (as issued?), else fine. Includes the poem "Inheritors" by Thomas Lanier (Tennessee) Williams. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        College Verse. Volume Six, Number Three

      Laramie: The College Poetry Society of America. January, 1937. First. Magazine. Stapled printed yellow wrappers. Includes the poem "Swimmer and Fish Group" by Thomas Lanier (Tennessee) Williams. Owner's name in ink on front wrapper, else near fine . .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Histoire de mes Betes

      Paris - Hachette, 1937 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A short animal story, with wonderful illustrations, from celebrated author Alexandre Dumas. Illustrated with many vignettes from Henry Morin. Condition: Rebound in a half-calf binding with marbled boards. Externally, sound, though with some rubbing, loss to the backstrip, and wear to the rear board. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lightly browned, due to the paper used, but otherwise clean. Overall: GOOD..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Ode to Evening.

      Flansham Bognor Regis: The Pear Tree Press 1937 - Limited edition, no. 17 [purportedly of 100 copies]. 8 bifoliate leaves printed on rectos only, comprising half title, frontispiece, title, 3 pages of the poem, colophon (which is signed by Guthrie) and tailpiece. All text and illustrations printed in purple and gold, publisher's quarter oatmeal cloth over cream boards, the engraved half title repeated to the upper board, dust jacket featuring a variant version of the frontispiece illustration. Supplied with three proof sheets - the title, page 2 of the poem and and the colophon - printed in green and gold, the first two signed by Guthrie at the foot. A lovely copy of a scarce work, with the fine addition of the proofs. Founded in 1899, James Guthrie named the press after his residence at the time - Pear Tree Cottage in Brentwood, Essex. There followed several moves around Kent and Sussex before he finally settled in Flansham. A small scale handpress, Guthrie printed in small batches which he varied "from copy to copy as the order of [his] palette (or slab) suggests". Interestingly the proof of the colophon is dated September 1934 and that of the finished book exactly three years later, suggesting that it had a long gestation period and the use of different colours a certain amount of experimentation. Ridler, p. 208. Cf. Tomkinson, p. 142.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        College Verse. Volume Six, Number Six

      Laramie, Wyoming: The College Poetry Society of America. April, 1937. First. Magazine. Stapled printed yellow wrappers. Wyoming Centennial stamp on the front wrap (as issued?), else fine. Includes the poem "Inheritors" by Thomas Lanier (Tennessee) Williams. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        College Verse. Volume Six, Number Five

      Laramie, Wyoming: The College Poetry Society of America. March, 1937. First. Magazine. Stapled printed yellow wrappers. Includes the poem "Swimmer and Fish Group" by Thomas Lanier (Tennessee) Williams of Washington University. Fine in wrappers. Scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Dead Man Leading

      London, Chatto and Windus, 1937., 1937. FIRST EDITION. Publisher's cloth in pictorial dustwrapper by T.Ritchie. Green embossing flaked from binding (as usual), light dampmark to board edges. Very good. Original wrapper with minor rubbing to extremities else fine. Author's second novel is a struggle for survival in the Amazon Jungle. Particularly scarce in dustwrapper.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Rêveuse bourgeoisie

      Gallimard 1937 - - Gallimard, Paris 1937, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 245 exemplaires numérotés alfa, seuls grands papiers. ?Rare et agréable exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        To Have and Have Not

      Charles Scribner's Sons 1937 - Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1937. First Edition / First Printing. Scribner's "A" and Seal present. Black cloth boards. In the scarce jacket priced at $2.50. {ref: Hanneman A14a}. Book Condition: Very Good, tight spine, light shelf wear. Crease at the front board, age toning, a few light spots. Light spots at the rear board and foot of the pages. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, shelf wear, rubbing. Light chipping, tape at the spine. Wrapped in a new mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mea Culpa & The Life and Works of Semmelweis

      London: George Allen and Unwin, 1937-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. London: George Allen and Unwin, 1937. 175 p. Pink cloth with black lettering on spine. First British edition, first printing. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Clean text and sturdy binding. Foxing on fore edge and endpapers. Name penned on front endpaper, some offsetting. Jacket spine panel sunned and soiled, worn along edges, price has pencil mark. A rare double work of nonfiction by the Journey to the End of the Night author, an anti-communist rant (with Celine's peculiar politics of misanthropy and pacifism) and a dramatic biography of the first physician to wash his hands.

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        New Letters in America 1 [Signed by John Cheever and by Richard Eberhart]

      New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 1937. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. A Very Good copy of the first edition, first printing (cloth darkened - particularly to the spine, some staining to the front board's bottom right corner and to the rear board's lower face, in a Very Good dust jacket (general wear and edge chipping, about a 1 inch tear where the front panel's upper left meets the spine panel, and a very short tear where the real panel's upper right meets the spine panel), INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY RICHARD EBERHART AND FURTHER INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY JOHN CHEEVER on the front free endpaper as follows: "Jack and Bernice Fein / This is a pleasure / at Hanover in the / fall of 1979, / With Best Wishes, / Richard Eberhart" and "to Jack and Bernice Fein / with my cordial regards / John Cheever". A collection of short stories by a number of important authors including John Cheever, Elizabeth Bishop, James Agee, W. H. Auden, Richard Eberhart, Muriel Rukeyser, Harold Rosenberg, Franz Kafka, and others, and containing "Behold a Cloud in the West", the FIRST APPEARANCE BY JOHN CHEEVER IN BOOK FORM, preceding his first book, "The Way Some People Live" (Random House, 1943) by approximately six years. The book also contains a number of early works by notable authors such as the first appearance of US Poet Laureate Elizabeth Bishop's "The Sea and the Shore" -- Bishop's first book, "North & South" did not appear until 1946. Copies of "New Letters in America 1" are not particularly common, copies in any semblance of the dust jacket are scarce, copies signed by any of the contributors are scarce, copies signed by more than one contributor are scarcer still, and copies signed by John Cheever in this, his debut book appearance, are as scarce as hen's teeth, all of the foregoing being together found in this copy and making it likely a Rare one. A Very Good copy of this important Anthology, containing early works by notable authors, including John Cheever's first appearance in book form, SIGNED BY RICHARD EBERHART AND SIGNED BY JOHN CHEEVER. QUITE SCARCE INDEED AND LIKELY RARE.

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        German Paratrooper?s Gravity Knife

      Germany, n.d. "German Paratrooper?s knife, 4? blade, 5? hardwood grip, and 3.75? marlin spike, total length when opened, 13?. Moderate surface spotting and staining. Very Good condition. Requests from Fallschirmjäger (Paratrooper) personnel for a knife that could be utilized with just one hand resulted in the development of the the Flieger-Kappmesser (Flight Utility Knife) in 1937, two years before World War II began. Although originally developed for paratroopers, this knife was eventually issued during the war to all aircrew personnel and was also included in the flight survival equipment. Although officially designated Flieger-Kappmesser, due to the blades gravity action it was commonly referred to as the Schwerkkraftmesser, (Force of Gravity Knife). The internal blade was activated by an external press lever which relieved pressure on an internal leaf spring, and by pointing the knife downwards, gravity allowed the blade to slide out into the open position. With a removable throat piece and handles, it allowed access to the internal components for repair. The natural hardwood grips are secured by four small flat head rivets and blued steel fittings. The hardwood grips show staining from the securing rivets and have numerous small dings and dents. The external fittings consist of a removable scalloped tipped throat with push button lock, activating pressure lever, spine, riveted swivel ""D"" ring and fold down marlin spike. The pressure lever is marked ?22.? Only remnants of the original bluing remains and all the steel fittings have mostly reverted to the flat matte grey of the base metal with light to moderate surface spotting. The knife has a 4"" long, drop forged steel, single edged blade. It bears the manufacturer?s logo and marking: ?Paul Weyersberg & Co. Solingen.? The blade shows minor sharpening scars and light to moderate surface spotting. The gravity action of the blade still functions but is slightly ""sticky"". Internal oiling would probably eliminate the ""stickiness"" of the blade. The removable scalloped tipped throat has an impressed arrow which is pointed at the locking push button. When depressed the locking push button allows the throat piece to be removed permitting access to the internal components of the knife for ease of repair."

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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      1937 - 8vo, newly rebound in half green morocco, spine gilt in compartments, lettered directly in 2 and at foot with imprint, others with central gilt tooling, top edges gilt; a nice copy. First trade edition published in the UK. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        ALFRED THE GREAT. Signed.

      Michael Joseph, London 1937 - First Edition of poet Ralph Gustafson's second book, Inscribed by him on the front free endpaper. "For Mamie - affectionately Ralph, 1937." Additionally, with an extraordinary 1pp. TLS laid-in, dated March 9, 1990, in part, explaining the dedication, the scarcity of the book itself - most copies having been destroyed in the London Blitz and his thoughts for writing the play. "Alfred the great was a result of my interest in Alfred as a figure who stemmed the tide of the invading Danes as Churchill & the Battle Of Britain stemmed the Nazi invasion. I used Alfred as a contemporary symbol of opposition to Fascism even though I, of course, when I wrote the play, I did not know of the 1940's. In the way of youth who dream, I thought Nicholas Medtner might use Alfred as a libretto for an opera!" A very good or better copy in red cloth, silver titles to the spine in a bright, fresh excellent dustwrapper with one thumbnail chip at the heel of the spine. Very nice indeed [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Of Mice and Men

      New York: Covici Friede,, 1937. Octavo. Original buff cloth, titles to spine and front board reverse printed on a brown ground with black rules, top edge blue. With the pictorial dust jacket. Top edge a little faded. A bright copy in excellent condition in a lightly chipped jacket with a tanned spine panel. First edition, first printing; first issue, with the words "and only moved because the heavy hands were pendula", line 20?-1, p. 9; and the bullet to the pagination of p. 88, which were removed from subsequent printings. One of 2,500 copies printed.

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        Strictly From Hunger

      Random House, New York 1937 - 221 pages. First edition, first printing. Introduction by Robert Benchley. His second book. Stories published in The New Yorker and other magazines. Inscribed by Perelman in 1944 on the first sheet. Fine book in a near fine dust jacket with very slight fading to the spine and a touch of rubbing to the front spine fold. A beautiful copy! [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fireproof Books]
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        Strictly from Hunger

      New York: Random House,, 1937. Octavo. Original reddish-brown cloth, titles to spine and upper board gilt on green ground. With the dust jacket. Bookseller's ticket to rear pastedown. Gilt titles a little dulled. An excellent copy in the rubbed and creased jacket with a few short closed tears and faded spine panel. First edition, first printing.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Strictly From Hunger

      - New York: Random House, (1937). First Edition. 8vo. Forward by Robert Benchley. With previous owner's signature on the recto of the front free endpaper. The dust-jacket is price clipped and has a few small chips and closed tears, with a few old tape repairs on underside--otherwise a handsome copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Darren Winston, Bookseller, SNEAB]
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      1937 - PERELMAN, S.J. STRICTLY FROM HUNGER. New York: Random House, (1937). First edition. Some of the stories collected here were previously published in The New Yorker, College Humor, Life, Judge, and Contact. 8vo., orange cloth with horizontal green strip lettered in gilt. Bookseller's stamp to ffep. Some light overall exterior soil, especially at top-edge of bookblock. Small spot of sticker residue to lower ffep. Bookplate removal residue along the gutter of the rear pastedown. Clean and fresh text. A very good copy, scarce in an edgeworn and crown-chipped dust jacket that has been tape-reinforced to the rear of the panels.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company, inc.o ABAA]
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