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        Background to Danger (First Edition)

      Alfred A. Knopf New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1937. First American Edition. Fine in an exceptionally fresh, about Fine dust jacket, with only a tiny bit of rubbing to a couple of corners to note. Basis for the 1943 film directed by Raoul Walsh, written for the screen by W.R. Burnett, and starring George Raft, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre, and Turhan Bey. A superior copy, the best of the few we have handled.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc. ]
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        MAIN STREET

      Limited Editions Club Chicago: Limited Editions Club, 1937. Hardcover. Mild rubbing to the spine. Near Fine in a Fine slipcase lacking a label on the backstrip. Grant Wood. Small quarto (7-1/2" x 10") bound in flexible gray linen with the spine lettered in blue on a yellow field and the front cover lettered in blue on a tan field. Designed by William Kittredge; printed and bound at the Lakeside Press. With a new introduction by the author. Illustrated with nine tinted plates after drawings by Grant Wood. Of a total of 1500 copies SIGNED by the artist on the colophon page, this copy is not numbered (in place of the number is written in ink "Office Copy") and bears the Club's blindstamp stating it is one of 15 presentation copies.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, ABAA ]
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        An American Angler in Australia

      London n.d. [1937]: Hodder and Stoughton, 1937.. First & Only Edition Thus. Cloth. Almost Fine/no d/w. Lge 8vo. Hardback, 160mm x 240mm tall (6.25" x 9.5" approx.). Pp vii, 115 + a sepia photograph frontispiece plate and 35 b/w photos on single-sided plate leaves. The neat signature of a previous owner, one R.F. Roberts, to the front free endpaper; minor rubs to head & tail of spine cloth, and endpapers toned, otherwise almost fine, in the original dark-blue cloth-covered boards/gilt spine title/light-blue endpapers.

      [Bookseller: Christopher Baron]
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        Micky Maus Zeitung. - Nummer 15.

      Folio. 8 S. (Seiten 113 bis 120). Mit zahlr. Illustrationen u.a. von Walt Disney. Farbig illustrierte Orig.-Umschläge(rechte obere Ecke mit kl. Knickspur u. kl. Tintenfleck, durchgehende Knickspur in Längs- u. Quer-Richtung)., Zeitschrift Nummer 15 dieser frühen deutschen "Micky Maus Publikation", übersetzt aus dem Englischen von Martha Ehrat-Bollmann. Der Zürcher Verlag Bollmann erwarb 1936, wohl um über die allgemeine Wirtschaftskrise hiwegzukommen gleichzeitig in Paris beim europäischen Vertreter des Disney-Verlages die Hauptlizenz und in Italien bei Mondadori, der damals die Comics unter dem Namen "Topolino" in italienischer Sprache veröffentlichte, die Unterlizenzen, diese viel zu teuer trugen zum Misserfolg der Reihe "Micky-Maus-Wunderbücher" bei. Der Preis der Bände bis zu sieben Schweizer Franken war während der allgemeinen Krise viel zu hoch und die finanzielle Situation konnte auch mit der halbmonatlichen Herausgabe der vorliegenden Zeitschrift, die zwischen 25 und 30 Rappen zu haben war, nicht verbessert werden. Die Produktion wurde nach dem 18. Heft und dem 7. Buch eingestellt, nachdem der Verlag erfolglos in Deutschland und Österreich nach Partnern gesucht hatte. Im Nazideutschland war die Publikation dieses amerikanischen Imports unerwünscht, obwohl Joseph Goebbels dem Führer 1937 18 Micky-Maus-Filme zu Weihnachten geschenkt haben soll und "sie insgeheim Spass an den Zeichentrickfilmen von Walt Disney hatten" (Laqua, Carsten: Wie Micky unter die Nazis fiel. Rowohlt, 1992). Gefaltetes Exemplar, sons wohl erhalten. Résumé: Early Micky Mouse in German printed in Switzerland. - Folded copy, otherwise in a good condition.

      [Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz]
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        "Gallant Fox" Hand-colored print of the celebrated racehorse "Winner of the Flash, Junior Champion, Wood, Preakness, Kentucky Derby . .. World's Greatest Money Winner in 1931 ... Property of William Woodward Esquire"

      New York: privately printed by The Derrydale Press 1937 [New York: privately printed by The Derrydale Press, 1937]. This state without jockey. Size of edition unknown. 17-3/4 x 13-3/4 (plate size). Signed by the artist in pencil at lower right. Small stains in margin not affecting image. Fine. Ordeman (2005) pp. 96-7, 108; Siegel p. 234. Provenance: descendant of the Loew family . Beautiful specimen of an exceedingly rare Derrydale sporting print commissioned by William Woodward, New York banker and owner of the Bel Air Stud in Maryland, who also commissioned the two most sought after books of the press, 'Gallant Fox A Memoir' and 'Cherished Portraits of Thoroughbred Horses'.With a fine association, inscribed lower left "To William Goodby Loew from William Woodward"

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        STRICTLY FROM HUNGER

      1937. Very Good. 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 ]
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        Aidez L'Espagne. In: Cahiers D'Art 12e Année No 4-5.

      Paris, Éditions "Cahiers D'Art", 1937. Small folio. Orig. printed wrappers. (4) pp.+ pp.105-164 (= Nos 4-5). Illustrated and with Miro's "Aidez L'Espagne" in the original colour pochoir signed in the plate in lithography together with the 4-lined text, inserted. Image size 250x192 mm in excellent condition, absolutely coloufresh, guache-like, and in mint state. Fine margins, 2 sides untrimmed as it was printed on a double-page of wove paper, the print taking up the right side. The full paper measures 485x315 mmm.. The original pochoir (stencil print) of Miro's perhaps best known work, printed at the height of the Spanish Civil War to draw support for the Republican Government. The lithographed inscription beneath the image reads (in translation): "In the current conflict on the Facist side I see massive forces; on the other side are the people whose immense and creative resourcefullness will give Spain a vitality which will astonish the world."

      [Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S]
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