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        Think and Grow Rich

      The Ralston Society, 1937. Hardcover. Very Good. Meriden, CT: Ralston Society, 1937: First Edition, First Printing. In Good+ condition. Boards show wear and light scratches, with a few dings and rubbed corners. Spine ends frayed. Gilt is lightly rubbed. Front and rear hinges exposed. Previous owner name on front paste down,and a red blemish to the front free end paper. The pages show light evidence of erased pencil markings. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Great Contemporaries

      London: Thornton Butterworth Ltd., 1937. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Near fine. This is a strikingly fine copy of the British first edition, first printing in the first printing dust jacket. Great Contemporaries is Churchill's much-praised collection of insightful essays about 21 leading personalities of the day - including the likes of Lawrence, Shaw, and, most famously, Hitler. Churchill's piece about Hitler can be a shock to the modern ear, as it underscores his ability to write a balanced appraisal of his subject while expressing his earnest desire to avoid the war that he would fight with such ferocious resolve only a few years later. There is a reason this book is still in print today. It was written with what has been called "penetrating evaluation, humor, and understanding." Churchill's balanced and nuanced perspectives are a good model for many of today's more polemic writers. And naturally, in the course of sketching the character of his contemporaries Churchill necessarily reveals some of his own character and perspective. Churchill's portrait of T.E. Lawrence, published here just a few years before the Second World War, might well have been written about the author rather than by him: "The impression of the personality of Lawrence remains living and vivid upon the minds of his friends, and the sense of his loss is in no way dimmed among his countrymen. All feel the poorer that he has gone from us. In these days dangers and difficulties gather upon Britain and her Empire, and we are also conscious of a lack of outstanding figures with which to overcome them. Here was a man in whom there existed not only an immense capacity for service, but that touch of genius which everyone recognizes and no one can define." (Great Contemporaries, p.164) While some of the subjects of Churchill's sketches have receded into history, many remain well-known and all remain compellingly drawn. This is as compelling a read today as it was in 1937. Here is a collector-grade copy, fine in an almost near-fine, unclipped first printing dust jacket. Collectors should note that the first printing dust jacket is unique, with changes to the front flap on the second and subsequent printings. The binding is immaculate - square, tight, and vividly bright with nicely rounded spine, sharp corners, bright gilt, and virtually no wear. The contents are likewise atypically bright. We find no spotting and no previous ownership marks. Even the page edges remain unusually clean and entirely free of spotting. The blue-stained top edge retains uniform, unfaded color. Mild differential toning to the endpapers corresponding to the dust jacket flaps confirms what the lovely binding already tells us - that this copy has spent life jacketed. The dust jacket is unclipped and highly complete. Trivial losses are confined to the hinge extremities and corners. The orange color remains strong, with only a barely perceptible color shift to the spine. Light wear and soiling is primarily confined to the hinges and extremities and we note minor wrinkling at the spine ends. The dust jacket is protected in a removable, archival quality clear cover. Bibliographic Reference: Cohen A105.1.a, Woods/ICS A43(a.1), Langworth p.178

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      Flammarion 1937 Some foxing especially to first and last few pages. Pages browned. Covers brittle and with small hole to spine; Former British Prime Minister Anthony Eden has SIGNED this booklet in the upper right hand corner of the cover. In French, lectures delivered by Eden on the coming turmoil in Europe. A pivotal moment in history. With a slip laid in 'With Mr. Anthony Eden's Compliments' circa 1937, from a lecture November 1936; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 48 pages

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      Knopf 1937 - BACKGROUND TO DANGER, Knopf, 1937, first American edition (published a bit earlier in the U.K. as UNCOMMON DANGER), near fine in like full color pictorial dust-wrapper with some slight wear along the front spine fold. The source book for 1943 film of the same name. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: THE FINE BOOKS COMPANY / A.B.A.A / 1979]
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        Organisationsbuch der NSDAP,

      . München, Zentralverlag der NSDAP, 1937, 4. Auflage, Ganzleineneinband, 592 Seiten, farbige Uniform- und Flaggentafeln, Zustand 2 (TG4).

      [Bookseller: Helmut Weitze Militärische Antiquitäten ]
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        The Equinox of the Gods

      London: Privately Issued By the O.T.O., 1937 "This edition will be more valuable than the £1.1.0 one" (Aleister Crowley to Frater N.'. [Gerald Yorke]). This particular edition is actually the rarest of all other issues, due to it's low print run (250 copies only), and fragile "flashing" binding of orange paper cover boards, with blue cloth spine. Overall a VeryGood copy with general wear, rubbing, and aging to the extremities. Rubbing heavier to the head and tail of spine. Paper label on spine, is present. It shows some extremity chipping, with loss to "ODS" of GODS. "Corrected" errata, and pasted publishing correction slip present, as called for. The facsimile manuscript, inserted into pocket let into the book's back cover, is collated, and complete. As always, toning to the black and red printed, thick wrap.. Second Edition. Cloth Spine/Paper Boards/Sewn. Very Good/No Jacket, As Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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      New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1937 - Cain's second novel, with autobiographical roots, and in a beautiful Dwiggins design First edition. 8vo. Title page vignette by W.A. Dwiggins. 314, [2] pp. Black cloth, silver gilt decoration by W.A. Dwiggins. Fine in near fine dust jacket designed by Dwiggins as well (spine panel slightly faded with stain at head). Bookplate [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Road to Wigan Pier

      Victor Gollancz, 1937-01-01. Hardcover. Good. First trade edition. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1937. 264 p. with 32 pgs of black and white photographs. Blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Good+ condition. Clean text. Light foxing to end papers. Spine a bit sunned and scratched, lettering rubbed, cloth worn at head. A good copy. One of around a thousand copies of the first hardcover edition, less common than the Left Book Club softcover.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        THE CASE OF THE DANGEROUS DOWAGER (Presentation Copy of the First Edition)

      New York: William Morrow, 1937. Gardner, Erle Stanley. THE CASE OF THE DANGEROUS DOWAGER. New York: William Morrow, 1937. First Edition, first printing. A Near Fine copy (tiny bit of edge-wear else entirely unrubbed) in a Very Good ORIGINAL PRICED ($2.00) DUST JACKET. The jacket has some general wear and tear, a tiny stain to the top of the rear flap, and a few miscellaneous blemishes but a nicer example would be hard to find. PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR in the year of publication: "To Tee/ who is tops -- /from one who is proud of her friendship/ Erle Stanley Gardner/ April 1937." Tee Rose, a young writer from San Francisco, became a lifelong friend of ESG and she always received his latest book in the mail immediately upon its publication. We have in stock quite a few of his presentation copies to her dating from 1934 to the early 1960s. THE CASE OF THE DANGEROUS DOWAGER is the tenth mystery in Gardner's Perry Mason series. Mason is hired to retrieve a spoiled granddaughter's gambling IOUs by a wealthy cigar-smoking dowager. A murder aboard a gambling ship is beyond the three-mile limit.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good.

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        Cours Universitaires Pour Étrangers en Italie

      Torino.: E.N.I.T. (Ente Nazionale Italiano per il Turismo).. 1937.. Color lithographic poster, 38 1/2 x 25 3/4 inches, professionally mounted on linen. 4 inch tear to mid upper edge, soft fold lines (all minimized by linen backing and only visible on close examination, occasional light soiling, overall very good condition. A striking, richly colored image of the mythological Pegasus, representing wisdom, flying over Italy which is highlighted with vignette images of its cultural treasures. "Gros-Monti & Co. Torino" printed at lower left edge. .

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        The Revolution Betrayed: What Is The Soviet Union and Where Is It Going? Presentation copy to Benjamin Stolberg. [together with]: Stolberg's personal copies of "Not Guilty" and "The Case of Leon Trotsky" and an original 3" x 5" photograph of Trotsky and Stolberg, dated April, 1937

      New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1937. First Edition. A major presentation copy of the work which effectively served as Trotsky's death sentence, a detailed and strident dismantling of Stalinist bureaucracy in the Soviet Union, which Trotsky described as "...a revival of genuine Russian barbarism...[under] a bureaucracy possessing little culture, and [imposing on] the masses a well-known gospel of obedience and silence." Trotsky's manuscript for The Revolution Betrayed was completed in the spring of 1936, and was certainly known to leaders of the Comintern by the time of the first Moscow show trial in August of that year, at which Trotsky was sentenced to death in absentia for conspiracy to assassinate Stalin. The death sentence was finally carried out in 1940, when a Comintern assassin attacked Trotsky in his home at Coyoacán, Mexico, killing him with a single blow to the head with an ice-axe. & & Benjamin Stolberg (1891-1951) was a prominent and highly respected American labor journalist throughout the Thirties and Forties; his columns were syndicated by the Scripps-Howard newspaper syndicate as well as the New York Post, The New York Times, and various labor newspapers. As a member of the Dewey Commission -- an independent tribunal of left-leaning intellectuals assembled to investigate the Comintern's accusations against Trotsky and his faction -- Stolberg had a singular, and significant, connection to Trotsky. The Dewey Commission published two thick volumes concerning the Moscow Trials, the first a transcript of the Commission's 13-session deposition of Trotsky at his home in Coyoacán, Mexico in 1937 (titled "The Case of Leon Trotsky"), during the course of which this volume was almost certainly inscribed; the second a summary of the Commission's conclusions, which are neatly summarized in the book's title: "Not Guilty" (1938). Stolberg's personal copies of each of these volumes, with his dated ownership signature to each front endpaper, are included here, as is a small (3-1/2" x 4-1/2") vintage black and white print of Trotsky in the company of two unidentified visitors (probably Commission members), identified on verso in Stolberg's hand: Coyoacan / April 1937. & & Autographed copies of The Revolution Betrayed are not, strictly speaking, uncommon -- Trotsky hosted many visitors during his four-year exile in Coyoacán, and was not hesitant to sign copies of his books -- but to our knowledge this is the first significant association copy to appear on the market in at least 20 years, and the only copy to have provenance relating it to a member of the Dewey Commission. & & PROVENANCE: Through the trade, from a Stolberg descendant. Octavo. Cloth boards, stamped in red, white and gilt on spine; dustjacket; [i]-vii, 308pp. Presentation copy, inscribed by Trotsky to Benjamin Stolberg on front endpaper: "To Benjamin Stolberg / devotedly yours / Leon Trotsky / 21 - 11 - 1937." A tight, straight copy, Very Good to Near Fine; in the original pictorial dustwrapper, unclipped, faded on spine and with a few chips at extremities; VG.

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        Of Mice and Men

      Covici-Friede Publishers, 1937. Hardcover. Good. New York: Covici Friede, 1937. First Edition, First Printing, First Issue, of which only 2,500 copies were printed. With first issue text of "and only moved because the heavy hands were pendula" on page 9, and a bullet between the two 8's of the page number on page 88. In a first state dust jacket with the price of $2.00 intact on the front flap. In Near Fine condition, in a Very Good dust jacket. Clean text, though lightly age toned pages. Previous owner name in ink on front paste down, obscured by the front flap of the dust jacket. Faint wear at spine ends and very faint rubbing to corners. The dust jacket shows sunning to the spine, rubbing at folds, a few closed short tears, and some light chipping and edge wear, mainly at spine ends and corners. Thin red scuff to rear panel, light overall wear to the jacket. A lovely copy, rare.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Zweimonatsschrift für freie deutsche Kultur. Herausgegeben von Thomas Mann und Konrad Flake. 17 Hefte + Sonderheft. 1. Jahrg. Sep./Okt. 1937 bis Jul./Aug. 1938, Hefte 1-6; 2. Jahrg. Sep./Okt. 1938 bis Jul./Aug. 1939, Hefte 1-6; 3. Jahrg. Nov./Dez. 1939 bis Sept./Okt./Nov. 1940, Hefte 1-5/6. Sonderheft: Thomas Mann, Vom zukünftigen Sieg der Demokratie.

      Oprecht, Zürich. 1937-1940.. 8°, Orig.-Broschuren.. Drei komplette Jahrgänge + Sonderheft (alles erschienene) der bedeutenden Exilzeitschrift. - Mit Beiträgen von Walter Benjamin, Ernst Bloch, Bert Brecht, Max Brod, Alfred Döblin, Alfred Einstein, Andre Gide, Hermann Hesse, Ödön von Horvarth, Annette Kolb, Golo Mann, Thomas Mann, Robert Musil, Heinz Politzer, Jean-Paul Sartre, Rene Schickele, Ernst Weiss, Franz Werfel u.a. Für unsere Schweizer Kunden: Konto in der Schweiz vorhanden

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        Zur Kenntnis Der Algenflora Der Norwegischen Westküste.

      C. W. K. Gleerup / Otto Harrassowitz., Lund / Leipzig. 1937 - 147, (1) pp + IV Pl. Sewned as issued. Some minor torns and slightly stained. Interior fine and partly uncut. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        STORM IN A TEACUP (1937)

      United Artists Corp. 1937 - Vintage original 27 x 41" (68 x 102 cm.) one sheet poster, USA. Vivien Leigh, Rex Harrison, Cecil Parker, Sara Allgood, Ursula Jeans, dir: Ian Dalrymple, Victor Saville: United Artists Corp. United Kingdom-produced film which told the story of a reporter who gets in trouble when he writes about how a politician in a small Scottish town mistreats a woman. This comedy was in the style of Frank Capra and was one of the most significant pre-GONE WITH THE WIND roles for Vivien Leigh who had been introduced to American audiences in several films prior, she prominent on this poster with Rex Harrison. This is a really rare poster. On linen, there has been some restoration to chips at blank top and to writing in bottom margin, VERY GOOD.

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        Cup of Gold

      London, Heinemann, 1937, first British edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book, rarely seen in this edition, even the Goldstone copy lacked its jacket, further highlighted by its being an Author Presentation Copy, Inscribed ("For Warren/much love/John Steinbeck"), extremely scarce thus, Goldstone & Payne A1d, Morrow 5, now housed in a beautiful, custom clamshell case with leather spine. Foxed, very good.

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman]
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        Of Mice and Men

      Covici-Friede Publishers, 1937. Hardcover. Good. New York: Covici Friede, 1937. First Edition, First Printing, First Issue, of which only 2,500 copies were printed. With first issue text of "and only moved because the heavy hands were pendula" on page 9, and a bullet between the two 8's of the page number on page 88. In a first state dust jacket with the price of $2.00 intact on the front flap. In Near Fine condition, in a Very Good dust jacket. Clean text, though lightly age toned pages. Previous owner name in ink on front paste down, obscured by the front flap of the dust jacket. Faint wear at spine ends and very faint rubbing to corners. The dust jacket shows sunning to the spine, rubbing at folds, a few closed short tears, and some light chipping and edge wear, mainly at spine ends and corners. Thin red scuff to rear panel, light overall wear to the jacket. A lovely copy, rare.

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        British Columbia Historical Quarterly: Nearly a Complete Bound Set Including Volumes 1 Through 9 and 11 Through 18

      Victoria, British Columbia: The Archives of British Columbia/British Columbia Historical Association. Hardcover. Seventeen volumes individually and uniformly bound in green cloth with with red labels and gilt lettering upon backstrips. Index in each volume. Fold-out maps. Black and white plates. Includes all issues from 1937 through 1945 and 1947 through 1954. Bindings tight. Unmarked. Moderate wear. A magnificent repository of early British Columbia history. Very heavy. Special shipping considerations may apply. . Good. 1937. First Edition.

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        Führer durch die Ausstellung Entartete Kunst. (Deckeltitel: Ausstellungsführer) Original. 1. Auflage. Originalpreis 50 Pfg überklebt mit "Preis 30 Pfg."

      Berlin, Verlag für Kultur- und Wirtschaftswerbung, 1937. 30 S. + 1 nicht pag. Blatt. 8° OKart.. Gutes Exemplar. Kanten minimal berieben. - Versand nur gegen Vorauskasse! -

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        Im Atelier H. Erhardt. Oel auf Leinwand.

      1937 - 1937. Bildgrösse 48x52 cm. Oben rechts signiert. Rückseitig signiert und datiert. Ungerahmt. Lit: Heinrich Müller, zum 70 Geburtstag (mit Abbildung). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Den afrikanske Farm.

      Gyldendal, København 1937. 1. oplag. 384 sider. Indbundet ubeskåret og med orig. omslag i et fantastisk helbind af grønt gedeskind. Med forgyldt rygtitel og begge permer er dekoreret med pålæg af papir, der er malet med grov pensel i forskellige grønne, gule og røde nuancer. Bindet er dybfalset, kapitælerne er fladstrøgne og kapitælbåndene er i brunt og orange. I en smuk bogæske af dekoreret lærred med rygtitel i grønt gedeskind. Bindet sign. Ib Psilander.. Det ultimative mesterbind omkring Karen Blixens store erindringsroman i førsteudgave.** The Danish original version of Isak Dinesen´s "Out of Africa". First impression, Copenhagen 1937. Bound with original wrappers in a beautiful full green maroquin binding nicely decorated with paper in different green, yellow and orange colours. In decorated clamshell box of cloth. Binding by Ib Psilander

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        Den afrikanske Farm. Orig. udg.

      . Kbhvn. 1937. 383 s. Indb. ubeskaret med de orig. omslag og ryg i smukt privat halvlaeder med forgyldt rygtitel. Bindet signeret Anker Kysters Eftf..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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      1937. Book. 1st. 8 tipped-in plates reproducing gastronomically-themed woodcuts, paintings, engravings, and lithographs from the Bettman Collection. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1937. First edition. 8½" x 6"; xii, [2], 253 pp. Fisher’s first book, interspersing her own recollections of memorable dining experiences with historical observations on cuisine, what she would refer to as "humanistic-gastronomic writing". Among the most notable essays is an account of the last truffle hunting virgin in France and Fisher’s heartbreaking description of her last meal with a favorite waiter. Although the book did not sell especially well, most critics comprehended that Fisher’s work was a new and singular contribution to American food writing. The New York Times opined, "The truth is that it is stamped on every page with a highly individualized personality." And the Chicago Tribune characterized it as "such a delicate emulsion that is difficult to tell whether it is the historical and literary references or the author’s observations that are the book’s basic flavor." Publisher’s orange cloth with black and gold titles and gilt-stamped spine decorations. Cloth fading along the spine and extremities. Jacket brittle and a bit shelf worn, with some chipping to the spine ends and front folds; otherwise a very good copy..

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      Tokyo: Takamizawa Colour Print Studio, 1937. 1st Hardcover 4to. All 100 color woodbock plates are present. Red cloth with gilt decoration on spine and front board, blindstamped decoration and lettering on rear board; housed in publisher's brown slipcase with color print adhered to front cover. Grey paper fan-folded text pages printed in dark blue; 100 postcard-size color woodblock prints held by corner slit holes, 1 per page, with text primarily in Japanese with each woodblock print title & artist name in English. A fine copy housed in very good publisher's slipcase (minor wear to corners). Works by noted artists, including Kitagawa-Utamaro, Hishikawa-Moronobu, Hagawa-Chincho, Torii-Kiyonobu, Torii-Kiyomasu, Torrii-Kiyohiro, Suzuki-Harunobu, Isoda-Koryusai, Katsukawa-Shunsho, Ippitsusai-Buncho, Torii-Kiyonaga, Okumura-Masanobu, Chobunsai-Eishi, Gototei-Kunisada, Ichiryusai-Hiroshige, Ichiyusai-Kuniyoshi, Katsukawa-Shun-Ei, Toshusai-Sharaku, Eishosai-Choki, Kabukido-Enkyo, Chokosai-Eisho, Rekisentei-Eiri, Tamagawa-Shucho, Utagawa-Toyokuni, Katsushika-Hokusai, Shotei-Hokuju, and Kikugawa-Eisen. Next day shipping. Celebrating our 20th year - all domestic orders ship with Delivery Confirmation Tracking Number - Images available upon request.

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        Crimson Cruiser By Mildred Wirt, AKA CAROLYN KEENE of Nancy Drew Fame, Story of Gibsons Crimson Colored Auto Trailer ( Trailer Books Series #2 ) In RARE Color DJ of Red Mobile Home , the Future American Home on Wheels with 2 Girls in Dresses in Doorway

      Cupples & Leon , NY, 1937. Inner Flap DJ Price Clipped, HBDJ, 1937, 1ST Edition, VG+/VG-, SOLD AS-IS, , Crimson Pinkish Colored Cloth Lettered in Black, Cover light Rub, wear & Tiny Chips Extremities, Interior Nice Tight Clean light FoX, Wear, 208 pgs + ADS, . Last title listed inside is "The Timbered Treasure". DJ light Rub wear small Tears Chips & Tiny pieces Extremities, DJ back small chips Creases & small Chips Spine DJ Ends. Publishers Red Dye top outer pages Edge..Illustrated , Mildred Wirt (Benson) authored 23 of the Nancy Drew mystery series. She lived from 1905 until her death in 2002 . In RARE Color DJ of Red Mobile Home , the future American Home on Wheels with 2 Girls in Dresses in Doorway & Jimmy Gibson standing with white Shirt & White Pants by rocks. . First Edition. Hard Cover.

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        Hafen Dieppe. Aquarell.

      1937 - 1937. Bildgrösse: 37x49 cm. Unten rechts signiert und datiert, links bezeichnet. In Glasrahmen 55x66 cm. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Of Mice and Men

      London, Heinemann, 1937, first British edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Blue pictorial jacket designed and illustrated by Michael Rothenstein printed in pink and black and with pink endpapers and top edge stained pink (Goldstone & Payne state that the top edge is stained blue with the jacket printed in black only, noting a variant in a white jacket printed in pink and black with the top edge stained pink and with pink endpapers), G&P A7c, Morrow 60, this copy with the rare and unrecorded wrap-around band noting that 137,000 copies were sold in America with translations appearing in France, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, with an excerpt from James Agate writing for the "Daily Express," this copy is Inscribed by the author ("For Guy G. B. Reedy/John Steinbeck"), Steinbeck has also drawn a small duck on the wrap-around band and noted "what beauty" on the front pastedown, and where the front jacket flap notes that the book is "Decorated by Michael Rothenstein" Steinbeck has amended it to "& J.S.," Reedy and Steinbeck became friends during his very early years in New York where they both worked as construction workers when the old Madison Square Garden was being built, they remained friends for decades, and Steinbeck would inscribed all his first editions for Reedy, now housed in a custom cloth folder and case with leather spine with raised bands with author, title, etc. in gilt. Fine copy, especially scarce in this condition.

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        The Road to Oxiana

      London: Macmillan & Co. Ltd., , 1937. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles gilt to spine. 2 pages of advertisements at the rear. Frontispiece and 15 other plates, 5 full-page maps. Ends and corners nicked, spine a little faded, top edge darkened. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Sir Denison Ross, in memory of much help with this book and many others, from, Robert Byron". Sir Denison Ross was a multilingual traveller (he reputedly knew 40 languages), and a respected authority on Persian and oriental culture, holding various high posts in numerous universities, museums and embassies across the world - exactly the sort of man to whom Robert Byron would have referred for such help as he mentions in this inscription.

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        Une Jeune Fille a la Page. Roman inedit.

      En Touraine, Au Chateau de la Volupte, o. J. [d.i. Paris, Maurice Duflou, um 1937].. 8°. 152 S. und 12 Tafeln mit farbigen Heliogravüren. Orig.-Broschur mit Fronttitel.. Erste Ausgabe. Eins von 375 numerierten Exemplaren auf verge de Rives (Gesamtauflage 400). Dieses Werk zeichnet sich durch seine sehr pornographischen farbigen Illustrationen aus, in gekonnt plastischer Darstellung der Körper. Der nicht genannte Künster ist Paul-Emile Becat. Einband etwas berieben und leicht fleckig. Innen stellenweise etwas stockfleckig. Dutel 2562 ("delicates heliogravures"). Pia 1361.

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        The Equinox of the Gods

      London: Privately Issued By the O.T.O., 1937 White buckram binding shows some age toning, wear, spotting to boards. Gold gilt stamping to front board and spine very bright with no loss. Binding very tight. Internally very bright and clean. "Corrected" errata, and pasted publishing correction slip present, as called for. The facsimile manuscript, inserted into pocket let into the book's back cover, is collated, and complete. As always, toning to the black and red printed, thick wrap.. First Edition, Second Issue. Cloth. Very Good +/No Jacket, As Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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      Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1937., 1937. First edition. 8vo. This copy bears the following presentation inscription by the author on the title page in his fine hand, "Inscribed for Mel and Ethel Eaton at the request of Jim and Mildred Campbell, and gladly, with the very best wishes of their friend Kenneth Roberts. July 10, 1937." The book's publication date was June 25, 1937. The 1940 King Vidor classic film was both a critical and box office success. The film starred Spencer Tracy, Robert Young, Walter Brennan, Ruth Hussey, and Nat Pendleton. An historical novel largely set in the northeastern U.S. during the French and Indian Wars. Fine in dust jacket with a hint of wear to the spine ends.

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        Alice in Wonderland [bound together with;] Through The Looking-Glass. And what she found there

      London: Macmillan and Co, Limited,, 1937-9. Octavo (184 × 117 mm) Full crimson morocco by Bayntun-Rivière, title gilt direct to the spine, raised bands, alternating playing card and rabbit tools in the first, third, fifth and sixth compartments, double fillet panels to the compartmenrs and boards, large White Rabbit block to the upper board, Red Queen to the lower, broken line edge-roll, all edges gilt, inner gilt dentelles to wide turn-ins, marbled endpapers. With the original Tenniel illustrations. The spine just a touch sunned, but overall a really pretty copy. Gift inscription from 1944 verso of the front free endpaper, recipient's initials gilt to the corner of the upper board. Late 1930s issues of the Alice books, in a handsome contemporary binding by Bayntun-Rivière.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., [1937]., 1937. First edition. Non-authorial presentation inscription on front pastedown sheet, else fine in dust jacket with light wear to the spine ends and the extremities including four minor closed tears to top and bottom of rear cover. Asey Mayo must solve the murder of Mary Randall, found dead in her antique shop during "old home" week. She had been killed with a shotgun, under cover of the fireworks display.

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS]
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        Mathematical Investigations in the Theory of Value and Prices, 1937 3rd printing

      YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS, NEW HAVEN 1937 - Gilt lettering to front cover and spine. Very light markings to boards. Front and back hinges loose. Previous owner's name on front paste down page. Black and white frontispiece and pictures. Black and white diagrams. DATE PUBLISHED: 1937 EDITION: THIRD PRINTING 126 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        BLACK LEGION (156pp Original Mimeographed REVISED FINAL DRAFT SCREENPLAY from the 1937 Humphrey Bogart Crime-Noir)

      Burbank: Warner Brothers, 1937. (Bogart, Humphrey) Original 156pp mimeographed FINAL DRAFT SCREENPLAY (complete with blue revision pages) for the 1937 Warner Brothers film BLACK LEGION starring HUMPHREY BOGART -- the story of an average guy who finds himself lured into joining a secret organization called the "Black Legion" modeled on the Ku Klux Klan with deadly consequences; it is based on the true story taken from the headlines of the day. THE BLACK LEGION served as a plum lead role for Humphrey Bogart during the era in which he was usually 2nd or 3rd billed and might have been a breakout role had Warner Brothers promoted the movie -- instead Bogart would have to wait four more years until THE MALTESE FALCON and HIGH SIERRA to achieve fame. The film was directed by Archie L. Mayo (with some assistance from Michael Curtiz...who later directed Bogart in CASABLANCA) and co-starred Ann Sheridan, Dick Foran, and Erin O'Brien-Moore. It was written by Abem Finkel and re-written by novelist William Wister Haynes. This original 1937 mimeographed script is housed in brad-bound pale blue original Warner Brothers covers which although labeled "Part 1" actually also contain within it parts 2 and 3 -- which were bound into the covers later as was often normal practice in that era of movie-making. Part 4 is a staple and paper-clipped 'added-last' separate section which follows on in the pagination perfectly but clearly no-one at the time bothered to remove the original brass brads and officially insert it...instead it was just stuck inside the back of the script -- which is how we found it. The screenplay is dated 8/1/36, with blue revision pages (dated 8/4/36) interspersed throughout. Contains studio perforated cover page used to keep track of the distributed scripts (receipt extracted here as is the norm). This final section is dated 8/25/36 and contains pages 141-156. The last two pages however are not stapled -- rather they are paper-clipped (old rust marks serve as evidence) and are ragged in appearance and the last page has unfortunately gone missing. Despite lacking the final page, it remains true that this is an exceedingly rare opportunity to own an original Bogart film script from the 1930s. After looking at auction records and library databases, there seems to be no other examples of this script to be found and this may be the only example to survive...not surprising as THE MALTESE FALCON (1941), a far-more-famous and high profile Warner Brothers script released at roughly the same time and looking extremely similar in appearance to this one, is known only by a few surviving copies. . Signed. Printed Wrappers. Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Lakin & Marley Rare Books]
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        Die wilden Scooter". [19]64. [Original-Farblithografie / original colored lithograph].

      0 - Thomas Bayrle, geboren 1937 in Berlin. Nummer 26 von 100 nummerierten und von Thomas Bayrle signierten, datierten Exemplaren. Maße Blatt/Abbildung: 41,5 x 59,0 cm. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Number 26 of 100 numbered exemplares, dated and signed by Thomas Bayrle. Measure sheet/image: 41,5 x 59,0. Mint condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR]
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