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        ALBUM DE ORO DE PUERTO RICO. GOLDEN ALBUM OF PUERTO RICO. Obra de Divulgacio?n Cultural En Pro de la Fraternidad Americana. A Work of Intellectual Propaganda for American Fraternity

      Artes Graficas s. a., La Habana 1939 - unpaginated (pp. 510) pages, colour frontispiece plate with tissue guard, b/w photographic illustrations throughout. Text in Spanish and English. Original blue cloth binding with gilt lettering and stamped seal of Puerto Rico to the front board, good with some general wear and rubbing to extremities and joints. Contents clean and tight, a few creases to some of the preliminary pages, a short tear professionally and inconspicuously repaired to the frontispiece plate and a little loss to the tissue guard to the same plate, compliments plate of the government of Puerto Rico to the front paste-down, no inscriptions. Overall A very good tight copy of this scarce and important publication. Size: Folio - Landscape (32x 48cm) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: LOE BOOKS]
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        LEAD STEER AND OTHER TALES.

      Clayton: Leader Press, 1939. - First edition. 8vo. Inscribed by the author. Stiff pictorial wrappers, [6], 116 [2] pp., foreword, illustrated. Foreword is "Belling the Lead Steer" by J. Frank Dobie. Illustrated with drawings including the front cover by H. D. Bugbee and from photos. Herd 1822 says, "Scarce." Inside hinges professionally reinforced, three small closed tears to fore-edge of front panel, else near fine copy housed in a cloth clamshell case. 50 GREAT BUGBEE 159. CAMPBELL 72. HERD 1822. DOBIE p.114. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats.

      Faber, London, 1939, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, 1st EditionFirst Edition, first printing of Eliot's celebrated collection of feline verse. Tall 8vo. 45pp. Yellow cloth lettered in red at spine and with an author-designed red-stamped illustration to upper board. Just a trace of light spotting to endpapers and cloth just a little dust marked with a small stain to the base of the spine. A lovely crisp copy in price-clipped dust wrapper, tanned at spine panel, with a little uneven discolouration to front and rear panels and a tiny fraction of loss to head of spine panel and the tip of a single corner. Fourteen poems.

      [Bookseller: Clearwater Books]
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        XXe siecle (Twentieth Century) No. 5/6 (1939). A Magazine of Art appearing 5 times a year in two editions: French and English

      Paris, s.n., 1939,. [English Edition], brosch., 31,8 x 24,6 cm, 55 Seiten mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und Beilagen, darunter: Originallithographie von Max Ernst, Originalgravierungen von J. W. Power, Gino Severini, Radierung von Marcoussis, Holzschnitt von Kandinsky; Leicht bestaubt, Ecken und Kanten berieben, Bindung leicht eingerissen, Riss in der Titelseite ansonsten sehr guter Zustand. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. *.

      [Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská]
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        One week before the outbreak of World War II in Europe, FDR regrets he must cancel plans for a getaway with a dear friend because the "international situation" made it impossible [to go to Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia] "What a grand crew you had with you I wish I could have joined up "

      "Typed Letter Signed, ""Franklin D. Roosevelt"", as President, August 24, 1939, Washington, D.C., one page, 7"" x 9"", on White House stationery, to Mr. Duncan G. Harris, New York City. The usual horizontal fold, else very fine. FDR writes, ""It was good to get your note at Halifax last Monday and I sincerely hope you have not had as much fog as we had. I planned to go into Mahone Bay but the fog delay and the international situation made it impossible. I am delighted to see those 'Popular Mechanics' stories, and I am much interested in Gilbert Hadden's expedition. I do hope he succeeds. What a grand crew you had with you. I wish I could have joined up.""/ As ever yours,/ Franklin D. Roosevelt."" FDR is writing about his last getaway before the beginning of World War II on September 1, 1939, mentioning the fact that the ""international situation"" made it impossible for the President to continue his vacation into Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia. FDR and Harris' relationship went back many years to an expedition FDR undertook in 1909, when he became interested in the treasure and tales of Oak Island, Nova Scotia. Tales of the ""Money Pit"" had spread all over Canada, including Campobello Island, the summer home of FDR. His group raised $5000 and Roosevelt, Duncan G. Harris, Frederick Childs, and Albert Gallatin sailed from New York on August 18, 1909. Their expedition included diving suits (which proved impractical) and test drillings at one hundred and fifty feet found the same cement-like material. Samples of it submitted to Columbia University were reported to be man-made. FDR's work on the island was brief but his interest continued for many years. In August, 1939, while he was visiting Halifax, Nova Scotia, he privately devised a plan to anchor his battleship off Mahone Bay and see the work then being conducted by Erwin T. Hamilton but, as mentioned in the letter, the impending war in Europe prevented him from following through on his plans. Interestingly, Duncan G. Harris was also one of the defendants when the Justice Department filed the antitrust suit against the United States film industry on July 20, 1938, in FDR's second term as President. A terrific and historic personal letter relating to the outbreak of World War II in the days immediately preceding the initiation of the world conflict."

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Alexander the Gander

      Oxford University Press, New York 1939 - 4 1/8" x 4 3/4". FIRST PRINTING OF FIRST EDITION; RARE. One of the late, great Tasha Tudor's early masterpieces of illustration. In Near Fine (NF) condition: clean, tight and bright throughout, with only some minor rubbing to the extremities; otherwise Fine (F) with clean, bright, unmarked pages within. Dustjacket in Very Good Minus (VG-) condition with some darkening, oiling, some chipping at the edges and a few closed tears; would look nice in a Brodart/mylar cover. With "$_.75" at bottom of both dustjacket flaps, denoting the 1939 first printing. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Seacoast Books]
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        Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats

      London: Faber and Faber, 1939 First edition, first printing. Publisher's yellow cloth, with an illustration of two men on roller skates to the front board in red, spine lettered in red; in the original pictorial yellow dust jacket, with an illustration of a man and a string of dancing cats climbing up a ladder to the front panel in black, illustration of two men on roller skates to the rear panel in black, spine lettered in black. Very good, with minor wear to the extremities, light toning to the spine and board edges, a hint of offsetting to the endpapers, bookseller's sticker to the rear pastedown, bright and fresh interior; unclipped dust jacket, with some chipping to the spine head, toning to the spine and panel edges, minor nick to the rear panel, hinges rubbed and somewhat torn. Overall, a pleasing and attractive copy. Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats is a collection of fourteen amusing cat-related poems, originally created for his godchildren, to whom he wrote letters signed under the pseudonym "Old Possum." Specifically, it includes "The Naming of Cats," "The Song of the Jellicles," "The Rum Tum Tugger," "Old Deuteronomy," and "Mr. Mistoffelees," among others. Throughout the verses, Eliot draws similarities between his feline characters and human personalities. This first edition's dust jacket and covers are illustrated with drawings by Eliot. An immediate success, the text was reprinted in 1940 with illustrations by Nicolas Bentley. Notably, Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats served as the basis for Andrew Lloyd Weber's 1982 beloved and long-showing Broadway musical, "Cats." In that same year, Edward Gorey released a popular illustrated version of Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        THE TAYLORS OF ONGAR. Portrait of an English Family of the 18th and 19th centuries. Drawn from Family Records by the Great-great Niece of Ann & Jane Taylor. WITH SIGNED MANUSCRIPT POEM

      Cambridge, W. Heffer & Sons Ltd,1939.. FIRST EDITION 1939, PRESENTATION COPY TO A MRS GRANTHAM WITH THE AUTHORESS' INITIALS WITH A MANUSCRIPT POEM SIGNED BY ANN GILBERT NEE TAYLOR IN AN OLD ENVELOPE WITH A PENCIL NOTE BY DORIS ARMITAGE: "This charming poem and original autograph was written by Ann as a Christmas Card to a member of her family. Sent by her Great-great niece to May Grantham Feb 1957". 8vo, approximately 220 x 145 mm, 8¾ x 5¾ inches, frontispiece and 20 full page illustrations, 6 small text illustrations, 5 taken from Topsy Turvy, the World Turned Upside Down, pages: xviii, 1-252, at the front of the book are 2 specimen pages, title page and 1 of text, the title page being different from the one that was published, a tipped in errata slip, original publisher's blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine, central gilt oval decoration with raised heads of Ann an Jane on upper cover, blue ink corrections to text (most likely by the authoress) 1 with 3 lines crossed out and the correction written in the upper margin, 1 with extra text, the rest just affecting a letter or 2. Small abrasion to first pastedown where the envelope was pasted and is now loose in the book, small pale brown spot on page xi, not affecting text, small pale mark to edges, not affecting margins, otherwise a very good copy in a complete but rubbed and repaired dust wrapper, not priced clipped. The envelope enclosing the letter is lightly age-browned with a tiny repair, the letter is very clean and readable, the paper has a water mark with only "Joynson" legible. The letter is titled "Supplemental": "I told you last Christmas I'd something to say, a tale you would all think worth telling; But lo! the bags open, and the puss is away, and there is not a rat to be smelling! (If you did smell a rat tho, or think one was hatching, a very nice sport must be that of rat catching.) College Hill, Dec. 25. 1859. Ann Gilbert." MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        The Outsider and Others

      Arkham House 1939 - First edition, 1939 stated on title and copyright page. Near fine book, two bookplates from previous owners affixed to front paste-down and front free end paper; bottom board edges slightly rubbed as well as corners. Dustjacket very good, some chipping, wrinkles and rubbing. Flap price $5.00. Housed in a custom-made slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby / by Charles Dickens; with illustrations by Phiz.

      London : Chapman and Hall, 1939, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFinely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt blocked title to spine with gilt-crossed raised bands. All edges marbled. New endpapers. Light tanning to page margins. Particularly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and strong. Further scans, images and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 624 pages; 1st edition, later issue. xiv, 624p. 39 plates; 22cm. This rare edition of Nicholas Nickleby features 39 illus. by Hablot K. Brown (i.e. Phiz) and a steel-engraved frontispiece portrait engraved by Finden after the painting by David Maclise. Issue points include letter rather than latter, p.160.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Über den Prozess der Zivilisation.

      . 2 Bände.Basel, Haus zum Falken 1939, gr.8°, Or.-Kt.XX, 327; VIII, 490 S.1.Ausg.dieses Hauptwerks des 1937 emigrierten Verf.St/T 119.Rücken jeweils gering fleckig, Vortitel jeweils m.Namenszug, sonst sehr gutes, unbeschnittenes Expl..

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        Version of Pinocchio. Based on the Famous Story by Collodi.

      Random House, New York, 1939 - Quarto. Ringbound cloth boards with titles and illustration to label to upper board. Glue residue to front and back free endpapers, also to a lesser extent on the pastedowns, upper cover a little soiled, nonetheless an attractive, internally bright and clean copy of this scarce book First Edition, First Impression. No. 71 of 100 copies. Signed by Walt Disney on the title page and by the animators; Fred Moore, Ward Kimball, Paul J. Smith, Al Parke, John Hurley, Ed Penner, Norm Ferguson and Ted Sears. Al Park has also inscribed on the front free endpaper 'This book was produced to establish interstate traffic and use of the Disney characters in Pinocchio, then in production. Thus forestall and protect against infringement when picture did go on the market.' This book records the development of characters and basic story of Disney's second feature-length animated movie. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories

      Jonathan Cape, London 1939 - 1st impression in publisher's original oatmeal cloth with softer boards and scarcer black variant (not red variant) titles to front board and spine from the Clive Hirschhorn Collection [critic, journalist, author etc]. Some staining and pigment loss to boards which are otherwise very good. The binding is tight, sound and square. Internally small, neat pencil ownership inscription to top left corner of front pastedown in Hirschhorn's hand with acquisition date. Also gift inscription in bottom left corner of rear ffep written upside down [inscription explains]. Priceclipped dustjacket with some limited archival quality restoration is complete with some wear /creasing to edges and one short closed tear [1cm] to rear panel top edge. A very nice copy. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: MARY, MARY FROM MOTHER GOOSE

      - (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: MARY, MARY FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        ORIGINAL ART: HIGGELDY PIGGELDY FROM MOTHER GOOSE

      - (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: HIGGELDY PIGGELDY FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        ORIGINAL ART: OLD KING COLE FROM MOTHER GOOSE

      - DENSLOW,W.W. ORIGINAL ART: OLD KING COLE FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space. Although this particular piece is not signed, many of the other pieces we have available are. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: JACK SPRAT FROM MOTHER GOOSE

      - DENSLOW,W.W. ORIGINAL ART: JACK SPRAT FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re- discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: ROBBIN & RICHARD FROM MOTHER GOOSE

      - (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: ROBBIN & RICHARD FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: THERE WAS AN OWL FROM MOTHER GOOSE

      - (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: THERE WAS AN OWL FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: THE MAN IN THE MOON FROM MOTHER GOOSE

      - (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: THE MAN IN THE MOON FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: DICKERY, DICKERY DARE FROM MOTHER GOOSE

      - (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: DICKERY, DICKERY DARE FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN TOSSED UP IN A BASKET FROM MOTHER

      - (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN TOSSED UP IN A BASKET FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: THERE WAS A LITTLE MAN WHO HAD A LITTLE GUN FROM MOTHER

      - (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: THERE WAS A LITTLE MAN WHO HAD A LITTLE GUN FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The War illustrated : complete record of the conflict by land and sea and in the air / edited by Sir John Hammerton [complete in 10 volumes]

      London : Amalgamated Press, 1939-1947 - Physical description: 10 v. : illus. ; 29 cm. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 -- Pictorial works -- Periodicals -- Second World War. Notes: Originally published throughout the conflict in 255 parts (varying from weekly to fortnightly), and subsequently issued in bound volumes as here. Includes frontispieces and titles toned in sepia, and many thousands of photographs, illustrations and maps (many toned in sepia or blue). Contents: Vol. 1: (parts 1-20); Vol. 2: (parts 21-44); Vol. 3: (parts 45-70); Vol. 4: (parts 71-100); Vol. 5: (parts 101-130); Vol. 6: (parts 131-155); Vol. 7: (parts 156-180); Vol. 8: (parts 181-205); Vol. 9: (parts 206-230); Vol. 10: (parts 231-255). Each volume has its own detailed and comprehensive index; the final volume contains a colour, decorative family Roll of Honour intended for completion by the purchaser (blank in this set). Very good copies in the original plum cloth bindings. Spines and front boards tooled and lettered in gilt and black. Spine bands and panel edges slightly dust-toned and rubbed as with age. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 8 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ORIGINAL ART: LITTLE TOMMY TUCKER FROM MOTHER GOOSE

      - (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: LITTLE TOMMY TUCKER FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space. Although this particular piece is not signed, many of the other pieces we have available are. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        3 (davon 1 eigenh. und 2 ms.) Briefe mit eh. U. bzw. Paraphe und 2 ms. (davon 1 tls. eh.) Postkarten mit U. bzw. Initialen.

      München und [Wien], 1939.. Zusammen 9½ SS. (Qu.-)8vo.. Inhaltsreiche Korrespondenz mit dem Direktor der Wiener Staatsoper Erwin Kerber (1891-1943) über nähere Details zu geplanten Aufführungen die Knappertsbusch - der 1935 als Leiter der Münchener Staatsoper entlassen worden war und seither als ständiger Gastdirigent an der Wiener Staatsoper sowie bei den Salzburger Festspielen dem Haus verbunden war - leiten sollte. I: "[...] Heute vor acht Tagen einigten wir uns telefonisch auf den Maskenball, statt des Othello. Ihr Brief von heute jedoch läßt mich wieder, so wie Sie es zuerst wollten, den Othello bevorzugen [...] und zwar aus folgenden Gründen. Ich teile vollkommen Ihren ablehnenden Standpunkt zu Kautsky's [d. i. der Bühnenbildner und -maler Robert Kautsky, 1895-1963] bizarrer, ja absurder Idee: treiben Sie ihm diese, die auch bei Verlegung des M'ball auf einen späteren Termin wohl nicht in Frage kommt, also bitte aus. Er soll uns dafür vier herrliche Othellobilder entwerfen! Des Weitere wissen Sie, dass ich den Maskenball gerne mit Ihnen machen will, während ich Othello für einen geeigneteren Prüfstein für einen Gastinscenierer halte (falls Sie ihn noch nicht v. Wymetal [d. i. der Spielleiter und Regisseur Erich von Wymetal, 1892-1966] versprochen haben - oder auch selbst machen möchten!) [...] Mazzaroff [!, d. i. der Tenor Theodor Mazaroff, 1907-1975] soll bis zum Eintreffen des Materials ruhig an seinem Richard [wohl der Riccardo im "Maskenball] weiterarbeiten, den er ja nach Rückkunft aus Italien sowieso fertig haben muß, und dann gleich den Othello beginnen [...] Wir sprachen in Salzburg über Corregiador - sehr schön, dass Sie ihn gleich vorsahen! [...]" (Br. v. 24. September 1939). - II: "Alia wiesbadensis jacta est: je dois malheureusemst [!] go for Wiesbaden. They have changes de nouveau the date. I would have prefer, pas partir pour cette ville, and come directly to my dear Erwin - but: es hat nicht sollen sein [ ]" (Postkarte v. 25. September 1939). - III: "[...] Othello: Sie tun sehr recht, dass Sie Mazaroff bis zum hinter ihm liegenden Start des Schmucks' absolut in Ruhe lassen. Aber dann hilft dem guten Jungen kein Weigern mehr [...] Sobald ich zurück bin, hat er täglich bei mir Probe. Ob er nun fertig wird oder nicht, sehen wir ja dann bald, aber: gearbeitet wird!! Wir haben ja im Versagungsfall immer den Kraaywanger [!, d. i. der Tenor Heinz Kraayvanger, 1904-1971], der sicher auch ein guter Othello sein wird [...]" (Br. v. 29. September 1939). - IV: "Es wird Sie sicher interessieren, dass hier [d. i. München] gestern notre vache hongroise arienne Rosette [wohl die Mezzo-Sopranistin Rosette Anday, 1903-1977]' als Ulrica [wohl im "Maskenball"] gastiert hat. Weitere Erhebungen über etwaige atmosphärische Wellenstörungen kann ich leider nicht mehr erlangen, da ich zur Abfahrt rüste [...]" (Postkarte v. 3. Oktober 1939). - V: "Die Birkas [?, möglicherweise die Sopranistin Lilian Birkas, 1916-1994] ist gestern nicht zur Probe gekommen, und hat das Geheimnis' gründlich geschmissen. Hocherfreut [folgt Paraphe]". (e. Br., o. D.; auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf der Direktion der Staatsoper).

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        A play in four acts: Danton's death / by Georg Buchner. Translated by Stephen Spender

      London : Faber & Faber, 1939, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFinely bound in modern gilt-blocked cloth; tight, bright, clean and strong. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. SIGNED; Spender's inscribed presentation copy to Cecil Day Lewis: March 1939.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 142 pages; Physical desc. : 2 p. Gbs. , 7-142, [1] p ; 23 cm. Notes: At head of title: Translated by Stephen Spender and Goronwy Rees. "First published in March MCMXXXIX." Subject: Danton, Georges Jacques, 1759-1794 - Drama.

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        QUO VADIMUS OR THE CASE FOR THE BICYCLE.

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1939 - First Edition. A fine copy in the publisher's orange cloth covered boards morocco-style label to the spine in a lovely example of the dustwrapper showing minimal use at the extremities (faint soiling on the rear panel). 8vo. 219 pp. A very nice copy. Hall A10. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        COMPLETE SET of Strange Stories Pulp magazine, Volume I, II, III, IV, V, # 1, 2, 3, February, April, June, August, October, December - 1939, 1940, 1941 ( Flowers From the Moon; Spawn of Blackness; Citadel of Darkness; Creeper In ... (Truncated)

      N.Y.: Better Publications / Strange Stories Pulp, 1939 - 1940 -1941, 1st Edition, 1st Printing, 1939, Pulp, Book Condition: Good, First Edition, Illustrated By: Rudolph Belarski; Earle K. Bergey and other pulp cover ArtistsFull Author Name: Wyatt Blassingame ; Robert Bloch; Leigh Brackett; Arthur J Burks; Ray Cummings; August W. Derleth; August W Derleth; Mark Schorer; Lloyd Arthur Eshbach; Ralph Milne Farley; Tarleton Fiske; Will Garth; Keith Hammond (Henry Kuttner); Carl Jacobi; et alFull Book Title: COMPLETE SET of Strange Stories Pulp magazine, Volume I, II, III, IV, V, # 1, 2, 3, February, April, June, August, October, December - 1939, 1940, 1941 ( Flowers From the Moon; Spawn of Blackness; Citadel of Darkness; Creeper In Darkness; Snake Goddess)--------------13 volumes, pulp magazine, the complete series, overall a Good to Very Good set, some issues are FAIR, for condition please assume at least some chips and tears and some age toning/browning to paper with a bit of brittleness, some ink names, etc -----issue 1: Fair only with both covers detached ---2:Good to Very Good --3: Good, some short worm holes on bottom edge of text block, four inch by .25 inch loss along fore edge of front cover, dampstain on rear panel --4: Good to Very Good but paper tape along spine edge of covers --5: Good to Very Good --6: Good to VG --7: Good to VG --8: Good to Very Good --9: Good with 1.5 inch loss on the spine in the middle --10: Good, taped spine, loss on spine --11: Good to Very Good --12: Good to Very Good --13: Good to Very Good -----contributing authors include: Don Alviso; John L Benton; David Bernard; Wyatt Blassingame ; Robert Bloch; Carol Boyd; Leigh Brackett; Bernard Breslauer; Arthur J Burks; O. M. Cabral; John Clemons; Eli Colter; Vincent Hamilton Craigie; Jack B Creamer; Ray Cummings; Marian Stearns Curry; Norman A Daniels; ; August W Derleth; Derleth & Mark Schorer; Earle Dow; Fenton W Earnshaw ; Robert Emerick ; Lloyd Arthur Eshbach; Ralph Milne Farley; Tarleton Fiske (aka Robert Bloch); Oscar J Friend; Will Garth; Shelton Goodall; Keith Hammond (aka Henry Kuttner); C William Harrison; Eldon Heath (aka Derleth); Joseph H Hernandez; Carl Jacobi; Carson Judson; Dr David Keller; Otis Adelbert Kline; Henry Kuttner; Frank Belknap Long; Amelia Reynolds Long; James Macfie ; Tally Mason (aka Derleth); Thorp McClusky; C L Moore; Maria Moraysky; Earl Peirce, Jr ; E Hoffman Price; Robert D Price; Dorothy Quick; Seabury Quinn; Capt George J Rawlins; Olga L Rosmanith ; Eric Frank Russell; Alexander Samalman ; Heydorn Schleh ; Mark Schorer; Paul Selonke; Charles S Strong; Don Tracy; Hal G Vermes; A Hyatt Verrill; Bruce Walker; Mordred Weir (aka Amelia Reynolds Long); Manly Wade Wellman; Hampton Wells; Bertram W Williams; Gabriel Wilson; R R Winterbothamd, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        Eight Letters from T.E.L

      Privately printed [for H. Granville-Barker],, 1939. Small octavo. Original grey yapp-edge wrappers printed in black. Some minor spotting throughout but an excellent copy. First edition, first impression. One of just 50 copies printed. Necessarily rare. This copy with David Garnett's Hilton Hall bookplate inside the upper panel of the wraps.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        ARMORIAL NEUCHATELOIS.

      - Neuchatel, Éditions de la Baconnière, 1939-1944, deux volumes. Reliure en demi chagrin rouge. Dos à 4 nerfs, orné d'un motif doré. Titre et tomaison en lettres dorées. Couverture d'origine conservée. Exemplaire 189, imprimé pour M. Lambelet. Bon exemplaire, très richement illustré. Très léger accros à l'un des mors. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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        The Outsider and Others ---in Original Dustjacket ( Contains: Supernatural Horror in Literature; Call of Cthulhu; The Shunned House; Cats of Ulthar; Dagon; At the Mountains of Madness; Pickman's Model; Shadow Over Innsmouth; Dunwich Horror, etc)

      Sauk City: Arkham House, 1939, 1st edition, 1st Printing, 1939, Hard Cover, Book Condition: Very Good+, Dust Jacket Condition: Good price Clipped, First Edition, Illustrated By: Virgil Finlay Cover Art----------hard cover, a great copy, black cloth, wee bit of rubbing to lower edge of boards and corners, corners are not bumped, a 1/8" nick to the cloth at the center of the upper spine tip (really quite small), some offset to verso of the boards, book is completely square and tight and does not have any finger marks or rubbing to the cloth on the boards and spine, top edge of text block is dusty, overall a close to Near Fine copy but I'll call this Very Good+ because of that tiny nick to the cloth, this copy has TWO DUSTJACKETS, this copy has the original dustjacket which is Good only and has been price clipped, the dustjacket has numerous chips and tears with some loss along the extremities, the upper corner of the front panel of the dustjacket has had a 2" square loss affecting the "E" & "R" in Outsider, I have lasered that portion from another jacket and laid it in place with some archival tape so visually this looks much more appealing, the verso of the dustjacket has had a brown paper backing attached most of which I was able to remove, however there are still portions that remain glued to the verso of the jacket, the brown paper backing does not have any show through to the front of the dustjacket, a bit of cello tape at upper spine tip is barely noticeable, please ask for additional scans of any portion of the book or dustjacket that you wish to see, -----as well this copy has a FINE facsimile copy of the DUSTJACKET which makes this book look absolutely brilliant on the shelf, ------in spite of the availability of many 1st editions online (making many authors like Hemingway and Steinbeck seem almost commonplace) the first two Arkham House volumes of Lovecraft writings ( The Outsider and Beyond the Wall of Sleep ) remain elusve, ----------this collection contains: Howard Phillips Lovecraft: OUTSIDER by August derleth and Donald Wandrei; and the following stories: Dagon; Polaris; Celephais; Hypnos; The Cats of Ulthar; The Strange High House in the Mist; The Statement of Randolph carter; The Silver Key; Through the Gates of the Silver Key; The Outsider; The Music of Erich Zann; The rats in the Walls; Cool Air; He; The Horror at red Hook; The Temple; Arthur Jermyn; The Picture in the House; The festival; The Terrible Old man; The Tomb; The Shunned House; In The Vault; Pickman's Model; The haunter of the dark; The Dreams in the Witch-House; The Thing on the Doorstep; The Nameless City; The Lurking Fear; The Call of Cthulhu; The Colour Out of Space; The Dunwich Horror; At the Mountains of Madness; The Shadow Out of Time; The Shadow over Innsmouth; The Whisperer in darkness, and the essay Supernatural Horror in Literature, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        Jazzmen

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. (1939). First. First edition. A trifle foxed on the boards, still fine in an attractive, near fine dustwrapper with a tiny nick and a very short tear. A lovely, bright and fresh copy of a this important early jazz title, rarely found in this condition. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        THE GRAPES OF WRATH

      New York: Viking Press, 1939. First edition. Hardcover. A nearly fine copy of the author's masterpiece (small mark to the bottom of page ends) in a nearly fine dust jacket that has only the lightest of use. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. The book was cited prominently when Steinbeck won the Nobel Prize in 1962. Set during the Great Depression, the novel focuses on the Joads, a poor family of tenant farmers driven from their Oklahoma home by drought, economic hardship, agricultural changes and bank foreclosures forcing tenant farmers out of work. Due to their nearly hopeless situation, and in part because they were trapped in the Dust Bowl, the Joads set out for California. Along with thousands of other "Okies," they sought jobs, land, dignity and a future. Basis for the John Ford directed film that starred Henry Fonda.

      [Bookseller: Ed Smith Books]
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        The Grapes of Wrath

      New York: The Viking Press,, 1939. Octavo. Original tan cloth, titles to spine and pictorial decoration across boards and spine in brown, sheet music endpapers, yellow topstain. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the little rubbed and frayed dust jacket with a single tape repair to the verso. First edition, first printing.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Interior art [possibly for Weird Tales]

      [New York]: Hannes Bok, 1939. Black and white drawing by the famed science fiction and fantasy illustrator Hannes Bok. Bok's color cover art and black and white interior drawings appeared in many science fiction and fantasy magazines of the 1940s and 1950s, among them Weird Tales, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Famous Fantastic Mysteries, and many others. This drawing appears to be a photostat used to produce printing plates. There is no indication of where it was published, but it may be from Weird Tales; the Hannes Bok Illustration Index indicates that his only publications for 1939 were in that magazine. Given some of the imagery, it could also be for the story "The Dreadful Rabbits" by Gans T. Field, which appeared in the July 1940 issue of Weird Tales. 14 x 10-5/8 inches. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Tropic of Capricorn

      Obelisk Press, Paris, 1939, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, A First Edition, First PrintingNear fine, in wraps as issued. The correct first edition with the price of "'60 FRS" on spine and the front flap (although partially blacked out) and with the errata slip present. Covers in very nice condition, with just a bit of edgewear. The off-white spine and rear panel shows just a bit of soiling. Supplied with a clamshell box with morocco spine, gilt titling. A very nice copy indeed, Book

      [Bookseller: James Graham, Bookseller]
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        Art from the Mayans to Disney

      New York: Sheed & Ward. 1939. First. First edition. Small octavo. Small paper remnant on the front board, small label on the spine, a near very good copy without dustwrapper. From the library of the artists Ben Shahn and Bernarda Bryson Shahn, with an estate label designed by their son, Jonathan Shahn. Overview of art history including a chapter and illustration on Shahn: "To Ben Shahn, a future Old Master. Jean Charlot. N.Y. 1941." .

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        Officially Approved Etchings -- New York World's Fair "Building the Word of Tomorrow"

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1939. First. First edition. Quarto. Blue cloth with gilt pictorial device on the front board. Fine in a slightly soiled, still fine dustwrapper. Text and 54 full-page illustrations by Gilkey. Very scarce in jacket. .

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        Marine-Frontzeitung der Nordsee,

      . 1. Jahrgang 1939, Nr. 1, 2, 4, 12, Silvester-Ausgabe, 2. jahrgang 1940, Nr. 2, 7, 15, 29, 55, 231, 286, 300, 3. jahrgang 1941, Nr. 15, 24, 31, 51, 56, 108, 109, 113, 114, 119, 123, 124, 125, 127, 135, 141, 197, 198, 203, 249, 250, 251, 259, 266, 268, 288, 298, 4. Jahrgang 1942, Nr. 23, 53, 56, 67, 78, 89, 117, 127, 128, 5. Jahrgang 1943, Nr. 20, (insgesamt 48 Exemplare) Beigebunden Fortsetzungsgeschichten aus den Zwischennummer, einige Seiten repariert, In einem Band gebunden, Zustand 2 (R208).

      [Bookseller: Helmut Weitze Militärische Antiquitäten ]
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        Changing New York

      E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York 1939 - Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Stated First Edition. Text clean. Light spotting to front pastedown and first 4 pages. Blue boards bumped and rubbed at corners and spine ends. Spine bottom missing 1/2" and boards are frayed around it but binding is secure. Small paint spot on rear bottom corner of board. Spine and front spine edge sunned. Illustrator: Abbot, Berenice. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 020000. Oversized: International shipping may require additional postage. Please inquire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Goodbye to Berlin

      The Hogarth Press, London 1939 - HARDBACK - A fine book, free of any previous owner names or Inscriptions in a fine dust wrapper, free of any loss or tears. Correctly priced at 7s.6d.net. A superb looking copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: West Hull Rare Books - P.B.F.A.]
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