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        The Snopes Trilogy, comprising:] The Hamlet; The Town; The Mansion

      Random House [through 1959], New York 1940 - Three First Printings (so stated). 8vo: [8],421,[1]; [8],371,[1]; [12],436pp. The Hamlet: Publisher's black cloth, spine and upper cover ruled in red and lettered in gilt, top edge stained red, full-color pictorial title page; second-issue pictorial dust jacket (four reviews excerpted on back panel), with particularly vibrant front panel, priced $2.50. About Fine (spine gilt slightly dulled) and apparently unread, in about Fine jacket with brief edge wear. The Town: Publisher's first issue claret-colored binding, with line 8 repeated on line 10, p. 327, spine and upper cover lettered in gilt and ruled in blue-grey, top edge stained blue-grey, grey threaded end papers; first issue pictorial dust jacket (with 5/57 publisher's code on front flap), priced $3.95. Fine (barring small collector's label on upper corner of front end paper), square and tight, gilt lettering sharp and bright; about Fine jacket barely rubbed to toe of spine panel. The Mansion: Publisher's blue coarsely woven cloth, upper cover and spine ruled in grey and lettered in gilt, top edge stained yellow, blue end papers; first-issue pictorial dust jacket, price $4.75, with publisher's code "10/59" on front flap and author's photograph by Ralph R. Thompson on back panel. Fine, in equally Fine jacket. Petersen A22.1d, A47.1b, and A52.2b. Burgess 99, p. 73. A superb set of Faulkner's masterful trilogy. The Snopes novels had their origin in the 1920s, in stories swapped back and forth between Faulkner and Phil Stone, an Oxford, Mississippi, attorney, about the rise of poor whites in social, political, and economic competition with the old Southern aristocracy. The series traces the rise of the Snopeses in Frenchman’s Bend and Jefferson, Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi. In The Hamlet, Flem Snopes, a ruthless redneck who marries the earth goddess Eula, is established as the trilogy's keystone. In The Town, Flem leaves Frenchman's Bend for Jefferson, where he gains control of the Sartoris bank and installs other scheming Snopeses in positions of power. Finally, in The Mansion, Flem is killed by Mink, the cousin he framed into a lengthy prison sentence. Malcolm Cowley, in his New Republic review of The Hamlet, judged it to be "a new sort of novel for William Faulkner, less somber, more easygoing and discursive. Except for a few short stories, it makes better reading than anything else he has written since Sanctuary." (The Literary Encyclopedia) And Burgess noted, "Turgid and difficult as he is, Faulkner is worth the trouble." Note: With few exceptions (always noted), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd]
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        Heart is a Lonely Hunter

      Houghton Mifflin Co. 1940 - First Edition, First Printing, SIGNED by Carson McCullers on a laid in signature. An attractive dustjacket that is rich in color with no chips or tears. This original First Issue dustjacket with "Summer's Lease" on back panel, later dustjacket have "Reflections in a Golden Eye" has light professional restoration. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with light wear to the edges. The pages are clean, with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION SIGNED by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Dresden Zwinger Verlag 1940. original Halbleinenband, 4°, 364 Seiten mit zahlreichen Abbildungen im Text und 22 Biltafeln sowie einer Faltkarte als Beilage, Zustand: Vorsatz gestempelt , sonst sehr guter Zustand.

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        Typed letter signed ("A. Einstein").

      Prob. Princeton, 3. XII. 1940. - Large 4to. 1 p. To one of his cousins, recommending him to visit Erich Marx, an engineer from Karlsruhe (not identical with the German physicist of that name, the inventor of the "Marxsche Röhre", who emigrated into the United States in spring 1941): "[.] He is also in a rather modest situation, but he knows this country, and perhaps he has some ideas or personal connections which could be helpful to you [.] Unfortunately my affidavits have always been turned down lately because I have submitted too many already. Perhaps it would be better if your son quotes me as a reference and informs the person in question that I guarantee his reliability [.]" (translated from the German original). - On stationery with embossed letterhead. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zeichnung in schwarzer Tuschfeder, in Rot, Gelb u. Orange aquarelliert. 1940. Unten Mitte rechts in schwarzer Tusche signiert und datiert: „Marcel Jean 1940".

      - 32 : 21,3 cm. – Gerahmt. Interessante surrealistische Zeichnung. – Marcel Jean, Maler und Publizist des Surrealismus, war ein enger Freund von Yves Tanguy. Er publizierte unter Mitarbeit von Arpad Mezei bereits 1959 die erste umfassende Geschichte der surrealistischen Malerei (Histoire de la Peinture Surrèaliste, Paris, Editions du Seuil 1959), die 1961 auch in deutscher Übersetzung im DuMont Schauberg Verlag, Köln, erschien.

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer, Antiquariat & Galerie]
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        PRIMATO (diretto da GIUSEPPE BOTTAI) 1940-1943 TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO a fascicoli sciolti in buone condizioni, Milano Roma, Vari editori, 1940

      - cm. 26 x 33 , . I vari editori: Mondadori prima a Verona e poi a Roma, indi Vallecchi ed infine Atena. Importante periodico inizialmente quindicinale e poi irregolare, fondato e diretto da Giuseppe Bottai e Giorgio Vecchietti, alle soglie dell'entrata in guerra, con il lodevole tentativo di coagulare le forze culturali italiane, al di l? delle differenze ideologiche. Vennero coinvolti anche numerosi scrittori ed artisti in contrasto con il regime. Interessanti articoli, inchieste, studi, racconti ed anche poesie di Monelli, Gadda, Piovene, Gentile, Valeri, Ferrata, Bonsanti, Montale, Brancati, Montanelli (nel num. di giugno '43 fa una recensione ad un libro che raccoglie scritti di Berto Ricci, morto in Africa nel 1941) e tanti altri. Interessanti anche vari interventi nel campo artistico. Belle le copertine con disegni di valenti artisti, tra cui Daumier, Bartoli, Mazzacurati, Guttuso, Gentilini, Arturo Tosi, Casorati, Cham ed altri. Numerose anche le illustrazioni all'interno e tante fotografie. ANNO PRIMO 1940 dal n. 1 del 1 marzo al n. 20 del 15 dicembre ANNO SEC. 1941 dal n. 1 del 1 genn al n. 24 del 15 dicembre ANNO TERZO 1942 dal n. 1 del 1 genn al n. 24 del 15 dicembre ANNO QUARTO1943 dal n. 1 del 1 genn al n. 14 del 15 luglio 1943 Mancano i fasc. 8 (1942) e 4 (1943) mentre del numero 15-16 del 1943 si allega la riproduzione. La collezione viene offerta a

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        Original drawing (Tennis Player) for a New Yorker magazine cartoon

      New York: The New Yorker, Ca. 1940s - A tennis player, in playing garb and racket under his arm, pauses for a deep swig from his flask. "William Steig is the doyen of New Yorker artists, having contributed to the magazine since 1930. He is the author of more than forty books, including many beloved children's books. His drawings and watercolors are in the permanent collections of numerous museums . " (The New Yorker, Dec. 15, 1997). This is a vintage example of the work of one of the magazine's most beloved artists, whose popularity has never waned Image 7 x 6 inches. Pen and ink on paper, signed "Steig" in pencil. Matted and framed [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Dusk of Dawn: An Essay Towards an Autobiography of a Race Concept

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. (1940). First. First edition. A bookplate on the front pastedown, else near fine in a price-clipped and moderately worn, very good dustwrapper with several small chips, and some very neat professional reinforcing at the folds. Signed by Du Bois. A very uncommon book, especially in jacket, and signed. .

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        Zeus. A Study in Ancient Religion. ( Three Volumes in Five ) Vol. I: Zeus God of the Bright Sky. xliii, 885pp. Vol. II, part I: Zeus, God of the Dark Sky, text and notes, Volume III, Pt I: Zeus, God of the Dark Sky (earthquakes, clouds, wind, dew, rain and meteorites) Text and notes, Volume III, Pt II: God of the Dark Sky (earthquakes, clouds, wind, dew, rain and meteorites)

      Cambrige University Press Biblio and Tannen 1940, 1964-1965, Cambridge, New York - Hardcovers. Five massive volumes, or to be precise, three volumes in Five parts. Complete and rare thus. Three large octavos & two quartos. Vol. I: xliv, 886pp. Vol. II, part I: xliv + 858pp. Vol. II, part II: 859-1397pp. The first three parts are facsimile reprints of the First editions originally printed in 1914 and 1925. Gilt decorated maroon cloth with gold lettering on spine. Color frontispiece in Vol. I of Zeus from a Pompeian wall painting, appendixes and index. Profusely illustrated with black & white and duo tone reproductions of photographs, drawings, paintings, maps & plans. Color and fold-out plates. Fold-out maps & plates inside pockets affixed to rear endpapers in Vol. I & Vol. II, part II. The fourth and fifth parts, that is: Vol III, parts I and II were published by Cambridge University Press in 1940 and are First editions. Vol III, part I: xxx + lxix plates, 974pp. Vol III, part II: 975- 1300pp + xxii plates. Blue cloth with elaborate gilt design on upper boards, gilt titling to spines, well illustrated in b&w and colour with fold outs, appendix & index. One of the great twentieth century works on the history of religion and mythology. As the title suggests, it is essentially a study of the Greek deity Zeus, with the first volume, 'God of the Bright Sky', examining early conceptions of Zeus as a god of clear, daylight skies, whilst the subesequent volumes, 'God of the Dark Sky' examine Zeus as a god of thunder, lightning, tempest, etc. The author, Arthur Bernard Cook (1868 – 1952), was a professor of Greek at Bedford College, London, who went on to hold the position of Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology at the University of Cambridge. A friend of Sir James Frazer, he and fellow classicists Jane Ellen Harrison, Gilbert Murray, and Francis M. Cornford, became known as 'The Cambridge Ritualists" whose innovative ideas on Greek myth and ritual scandalized and then revolutionised the world of classical studies in the first half of the twentieth century. In the course of a laudatory essay on Cook in the DNB, it is said of his work on Zeus: "This study shows a fabulous command of every kind of material which could be brought to bear on the subject—ancient literature, monumental evidence, the Near Eastern background, and folklore and folk-ways from all parts, all presented with supreme accuracy and so indexed as to be instantly available. Zeus would be indispensable to students in many fields, even if every single conclusion of its author were rejected. Perhaps no one has equalled Cook in his ability to present the views of others with generous fairness and to state objections to his own; no one has surpassed him in awareness of the fact that the ancients took their gods seriously." Given the printing history of this work, which was never published in it's entirety at one, it is extremely unusual to find a complete set. Indeed most "sets" offered for sale are incomplete as they lack the final Volume III, parts I and II. Light bumping to corners and spine ends, cloth lightly rubbed overall a few light marks from from use to page egdes. Vols. I and II have a few light spots to cloth, otherwise tight, clean VG+ copies. Vols. I & II issued without dust jackets. Vol III, parts I and II include original VG dust jackets. (dust jackets lightly rubbed, clipped). Mixed set: First Editions & Facsimile Reprints [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dusk of Dawn, An Essay Toward An Autobiography of a Race Concept

      Harcourt Brace, New York 1940 - First edition of W. E. B. DuBois' autobiography. This is an ex-library book (from the oldest library building in the United States) with a very rare dustjacket, red topstaining. 8vo. 334 pp. Brown cloth binding. At seventy-two Dr. DuBois wrote a stirring and noble record of his life. He takes us from his boyhood in New England, where he was born of French, Dutch, and African blood and where he lived a polite and serene life in Great Barrington, Masschusetts, to his first youthful glimpse of the color and spirit of his race in the Deep South. We watch his education at Harvard, where he received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, his two years at the Universities of Paris and Berlin, his fourteen years as Professor of Economics and History at Atlanta University, his thirty-one years as director of Publications and Research for the N.A.A.C.P., and his editorship of Crisis since 1909. We follow his experiences during the World War, and his participation in such causes celebres as the Scottsboro case and his work for anti-lynching legislation. Dusk of Dawn is the culmination of a distinguished career of letters and scholarship. It is written in the fullness of an unusual and crusading life. It is an American document -- the history of a native son who sees in the dusk of his days the dawn of a new and better existence for his people. Light foxing to endpapers, library discard stamps, pocket removed from rear endpaper. Library label on bottom of spine. 1/8" chipping at top of spine, two chips at bottom of dustjacket, paperclip indentation on ffep, brownspotting to page edges. We have chosen not to remove the library cover to protect the rare dustjacket. Despite ex-library, a very good copy of this rare and important book. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      New York: William Morrow and Company,. 1940. Octavo, pp. [1-6] 1-241 [242: blank],. original red cloth, spine panel stamped in black, top edge stained red, fore-edge untrimmed, bottom edge rough-trimmed.. A fine copy in fine pictorial dust jacket with touch of rubbing at. spine ends and tiny closed tear at lower front spine fold. A stunning. copy. (#111349). First edition. Collects eleven stories, including good unrationalized weird tales. The author's first book of short stories. Seven of eleven stories feature Colonel March of Scotland Yard, head of the Department of Queer Complaints. "Carr used Jamesian techniques and references in a number of novels and short stories, "Blind Man's Hood" is utterly Jamesian ..." - Pardoe, The James Gang, p. 6. Day, The Supplemental Checklist of Fantastic Literature, p. 25. Not in Bleiler (1948; 1978) or Reginald (1979; 1992). Queen's Quorum #94. Hubin (1994), p. 234.

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        Prime Minister Churchill's Address to the Italian People December 23rd 1940 together with the Christmas Day Message from His Majesty King George VI to His People Broadcast December 25th, 1940 and the Christmas Day Message from Prime Minister Mackenzie King to the Canadian Army Abroad and At Home

      Universal Life Assurance and Annuity Company, Winnipeg 1940 - This is an exceedingly rare wartime speech pamphlet featuring Churchill's Address to the Italian People of 23rd December 1940. Broadcasting from the Cabinet War Rooms, Churchill sought to assure the Italians of Britain's historic friendship with Italy and place blame for the conflict on Mussolini. Churchill's speech is published here with two others - King George VI's Christmas Day Message of 25th December 1940 and Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King's Christmas Day message to the Canadian Army. This speech pamphlet is unusual in several respects - its publication, its survival, and its superlative condition. Per Churchill Bibliographer Ronald Cohen (pages 530-532) the publisher - Universal Life Assurance and Annuity Company - was in business from 1902 to 1942. In an exuberant surge of patriotism, the company published over 40 booklets in the "Universal Life for Victory Series", a few of which were speeches by Churchill. Apparently, there were copyright concerns in the office of the Prime Minister, as well as with his British and Canadian publishers. Prickly correspondence was exchanged, but also some correspondence recognizing the propaganda value of Universal Life's efforts. Eventually the matter was closed. This copy, a remarkable survivor, is in truly outstanding, fine condition. The pamphlet is bound in wire stitched paper wraps, measures 6 inches x 3.5 inches, and is 14 pages in length. Churchill's speech occupies all of pages 8 through 14. The pamphlet is pristine inside and out - crisp, clean, and bright with no wear or markings of any kind. Searching for flaws, we note that one of the two binding staples (both still perfectly tight) shows just a trivial hint of rust, but not even enough to stain the adjacent paper. It is hard to imagine many copies of this perishable and unusual wartime publication still exist; a superior example is improbable. The pamphlet is protected in a removable, archival quality mylar sleeve. Bibliographic reference: Cohen D77, unknown to Woods. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Love for Love

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1940. First. First edition thus, with an introduction by Franklin P. Adams for this play written in 1695. About very good in edgeworn and age-toned original publisher's printed paper over boards. Program for the original Player's production laid in. This copy is Signed by Franklin P. Adams at his introduction, and Signed by dozens of others, presumably all or most of whom were Club members. Among the notables who signed are Frederic Dorr Steele, Rea Irvin, Howard Lindsay (twice), Whitney Darrow, James Kirkwood, Sr., Scudder Middleton, Rollin Kirby (twice), Robert Haven Schauffler, John Drew Barrymore (actor and father of Drew Barrymore), Frank Sullivan, Pare Lorentz, and many other authors, artists, and actors. Additionally there is a large and accomplished (unsigned) drawing of a bottle of Vichy, shadowing a nude woman. .

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        Peter Pan and Wendy

      Scribners, USA 1940 - 1st Edition 1940. A very rare book with the original dust jacket. Wonderful twelve full colour and seventeen black and white illustrations by Edmund Blampied. One of the finest editions of 'Peter Pan' ever produced. Book is very good++ with nice bright boards. Contents very good except for the first few pages that have foxing splodges. The complete wrapper is very good+ and bright. Edges and spine tips lightly rubbed and nicked. A few closed tears to edges. Archival reinforcement and strengthening to spine tips. Tape remenents can be seen lightly through the wrapper. Spine lightened. Price clipped. PLEASE DOUBLE CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE. Digital images available upon request. Ref 1838 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Christmas Card

      [c.1940's]. 5-3/4" x 4-3/4". A Christmas card from the noted black activist, written long before he converted to Islam and became the most outspoken and militant agitator for black civil rights in the early 1960s. Malcolm X's incendiary rhetoric in the early years of the Civil Rights Movement helped polarize the country around issues of race and also helped open the way for civil and legal reforms on an unprecedented scale. This card has a sleigh scene on the front and a standard Christmas and New Year's greeting inside. Signed in full as "Malcolm Little," with the additional sentiment, in holograph: "I hope you haven't forgotten me." Folded once, apparently to fit into a square envelope (not present). Very slight general wear; still near fine. Autograph material by Malcolm X is extremely scarce, particularly such an early example as this, preceding as it does his notoriety.

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        The Rugged Flanks of Caucasus by John F. Baddeley.

      Oxford University Press, London, Humphrey Milford, 1940 - 2 vol. in-4° ; front. [portrait de l’auteur en photogravure]-XIV-(1)-272 pp.-22 photogravures h.-t.-4 cartes h.-t. repliées/front.- VIII-(1)-318 pp.-14 photogravures h.-t.-5 cartes h.-t. repliées, pleine toile marron, dos lisse, titre or, jaquette beige de l’éditeur, titre imprimé orange, rel. de l’époque, très bel exemplaire à l’état de neuf . Édition originale. Peu commun. FIRST EDITION. VERY NICE NICE AND FINE COPY WITH DUST JACKET. SCARCE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Monday's Cat

      Wraps, a Spiral, and a Custom-made Quarter Morocco Slipcase for both items. Very Good. An unpublished manuscript by the popular juvenile dog and cat illustrator Diana Thorne. N.d., circa 1940. It is unclear why this work would not have been published. There is an illegible pencil note that may be saying, "Very rough", and so it is possible the publisher was not thrilled with its verses, and this might have been enough to discourage Thorne, who clearly was never short of viable projects, since she was a most prolific of animal illustrators, both for books and magazines as well as private commissions. In this anthology, there is short light verse for each day of the week, describing a different cat, who is pictured on the facing page. In the spiral notebook all the verses are typed, while in a second wrapped bound booklet the photos are mostly worked out while only one verse, Monday's, is in what appears a proposed ornamental handwriting, and two other days have the typed versed pasted in, with additional illustrations underneath these three. The work was one in progress and not completed in full, but the primary illustrations of animals are all present and if not in what would have been their final form, close to that. Thorne was a master of capturing animal movement and personality, and here she lives up to her reputation.

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        My Best Secret Service Story. A Collection of Stories Chosen by Their Own Authors.

      London: Faber and Faber Limited, 1940 - Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Lightly rubbed at extremities, small bump to edge of upper board, faint partial tanning to free endpapers. An excellent copy in the rubbed and creased jacket with short closed tears and chips at the corners and ends of the spine panel, and tape repairs to the verso. First edition, first impression. A collection of spy stories including "The Army of the Shadows" by Eric Ambler, "The Man Who was No. 16" by Agatha Christie, "The News in English" by Graham Greene, and "The Traitor" by W. Somerset Maugham. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        RAGGEDY ANN "Little Color Classics", 4 Book Set, ORIGINAL SLEEVE

      McLoughlin Bros., Springfield 1940 - COMPLETE FOUR BOOK McLOUGHLIN Bros. "LITTLE COLOR CLASSICS" Junior Edition Set, FEATURING BELOVED BELINDY with Raggedy Ann -- TRUE FIRST EDITIONS (1940)!! To the Best of My Limited Knowledge, these are the Last Books Uncle Johnny was working on as a Junior Edition Set in the late 1930's before his untimely death. Until his rather large Estate was settled, they could not be released for Publication until 1940. ALL of the Stories & ART WORK ARE HIS -- NOT His Brother JUSTIN'S!! ALL FOUR FIRST EDITION (1940) TITLES in "THE LITTLE COLOR CLASSICS" Series -- NOT to be confused with the 1943 Reprints!! All Complete, well-attached, Some very light Cover scuffing, FRONT ILLUSTRATIONS EXCEPTIONALLY NICE, SLIGHT TIP WEAR, some binder stress on one or two. Grade VG+ - NF-!! All have 12 Full Page Color Plates!! NO NAMES or MARKS, Binders Tight. A REMARKABLY CLEAN and Well Preserved Set -- Over 65 years OLD!! Last image is title page from one of the books. Copyright image available upon request. Kept so by being held in their RARE ORIGINAL DIE-CUT ILLUSTRATED SLEEVE!! It is a somewhat edge worn, has a small piece missing on the upper right side, and Raggedy Ann's head has been reinforced at one time, but it is so hard to find in Any Condition that I was thrilled to find it!! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Porträt-Postkarte mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift auf der Bildseite ?Furtwängler? um 1940

      - Orig. Fotografie (13,5x 8,5 cm) von Anton Fischer aus Waidhofen a. d. Thaya aufgenommen wähend einer Probe im Musikverein Wien

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      Courbouleix, vers 1940, S. l., - Livre entierement grave. Tire a 300 exemplaires. Celui-ci sur papier d Auvergne. 70 pp. in-folio, [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Soldatisches Führertum - Band 1 - 10,

      . Hamburg, Hanseatische Verlagsanstalt, ohne Jahr (1940), Gebundene Ausgabe, Ganzleineneinband, Großformat, 530 + 471 + 495 + 495 + 496 + 512 + 511 + 500 + 512 + 512 Seiten, mit Abbildungen, Band 1 mit Widmung "Zum Julfest 1944 für das Führerkorps d. SS -N.N.A.1", Zustand 2 (OA1A).

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        Soldatisches Führertum. 10 Bände. (sämtliche kurbrandenburgischen-preußischen Generale von 1740 und ab 1870 die deuschen Generale) Herausgegeben von Kurt von Priesdorf.

      Hamburg, Hanseatische Verlagsanstalt,, ohne Jahr circa 1940... 3359 Generale in Kurzbiographien in 10 Bänden auf circa je 500 Seiten. Original-Leineneinband. Einbände sauber foliert (kein Bibliothekseinband), guter Zustand

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        L'AQUILONE: SETTIMANALE PER I GIOVANI., Anno 1940 n. [1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25-26-27-28-29-30-31-32-33-34-35-36-37-38-39-40-41-42-43-44-45-46-47-48-49-(50-51-52)]. Anno 1941 n. [1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25-26-27-28-29-30-31-32-33-34-35-36-37-38-39-40-41-42-43-44-45-46-47-48-49-50-51-52]. Anno 1942 n. (1-3-6-7-9-10-11-12-(13-14)-15-16-17-18-20-21-22-23-24-25-26-27-28-31-32-33-34-35-(37-38)-41-42-43-44-45-48-49-50-51-52].,

      Ufficio Editoriale Aeronautico., 1940.,, Roma., - cart. edit. ogni fascicolo è composto da 12 pagg., ill. a colori e foto., 39 cm.,

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      London: Faber and Faber, [1940 through 1942].. Four volumes. Sewn and stapled stiff printed wrappers. Some sunning at edges, light foxing to first and third title, old clipping offset to rear endsheets of first volume, a couple of staples rusty, but a very good set. First Faber printing of the first title, first separate edition of the second title, and first editions of the latter two titles. The fourth title is in the preferred binding (sewn rather than stapled). EAST COKER first appeared in two forms associated with its publication in THE NEW ENGLISH WEEKLY. GALLUP A36c, A37, A39 and A42. MODERN MOVEMENT 92.

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      London: Faber and Faber 1940 - First illustrated edition. Original cream cloth with colour illustration to upper board and titles in black to the spine, in the dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy with minor bumping and a couple of light marks to the rear board. The contents are clean and complete and without inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the near fine lightly rubbed and dusty pictorial dustwrapper. Not price-clipped. A lovely copy. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LUCIUS BOOKS (ABA, ILAB, PBFA)]
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        Ideale Schönheit

      Verlag "Geist und Schönheit" 1940 - Folio. Paper-covered portfolio with pictorial paste-down and gilt lettering on cover. Folding flaps. Title-page in black and red. 16 beautiful mounted b/w photographs of women in the nude. Photos by A. Binder, Dr. Hans, Rich. Heinz, Reinhold Leßmann, G. Riebiecke, Werner Schmolke, G. L. Weber, Foto-Wog, A. Zais. Schriftzeichnungen: Richard Heinz und Werner Winkler. Very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Twelve Irish Artists.

      1940 - Dublin: Waddington, 1940. [Printed at the Sign of the Three Candles, Dublin]. Number 1 of a Limited Edition of 125 Numbered Copies, Signed by Colm O'Lochlain. Introduction by Thomas Bodkin. Large folio. Original quarter leather linen boards, leather title label within sunken panel to upper board. Small piece chipped from head of spine, otherwise a very good copy. A scarce and highly collectible volume profiling twelve of Waddington’s best-selling artists with a short biography of each accompanied by an illustration of their work. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ulysses Rare Books Ltd. ABA, ILAB]
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        Andre Masson

      (Rouen: Wolf. 1940). First edition. Quarto. Green wrappers with applied illustration. Copy number 254 of 297 on velin de Luxe initialed by Masson. Small nicks and tears, spine sunned and with small chips at the extremities, an about very good copy in chipped original unprinted glassine. Uncommon tribute volume with text by his famous artist contemporaries. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Deputy Sheriff of Comanche County - 1st Edition

      Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., Tarzana, CA 1940 - An attractive First Edition/First Printing, gray pebbled cover with red lettering on the front cover and spine in about Fine condition. With the Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. fire damage sticker to front pastedown despite only minor evidence smoke damage to upper fore edge and upper rear board, laminated dust-jacket with negligible edgewear, jacket, frontispiece and 22 chapter headpieces by John Coleman Borroughs. With the Mary Lucas Pflueger dedication. Zeuschner 110; As this is a murder mystery Western we can't tell you much about it here without spoiling the story for you. Perhaps it is enough to say that in addition to the murder, there is conspiracy, double-crossing, kidnaping [sic], love, romance, plenty of gun fighting, and some top notch sleuthing before the real murderer is apprehended. (from the dust-jacket) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why - ABAA/ILAB]
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        De Moderne Mensch Ontstaat. (Dutch version of: Modern Man in the Making)

      N.V. Noord-Hollandsche Uitg. Mij., Amsterdam 1940 - very good cloth hardcover, spine faded, internally clean 4to - over 9? - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Secret Knowledge Books]
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        Il Travaso Delle Idee

      1940 - Presentiamo una raccolta di numeri rilegati insieme in solida tela rigida, piatti ricoperti di carta lucida rossa. I numeri compresi nel volume dell'anno sono i seguenti: 1940: 6,33,36,38,46 1941: 1,12,17,19,20,22,26,32,37,38,40,41, 42,44,45,46,47,48,49,50,51,52 Prime pagine con immagini a tutto campo a colori e numerose illustrazioni interne sia a colori che in bianco e nero, disegnate a firma di Apolloni, Boza Kosah, Reto, Jonni, Bompard, Bianconi, Camerini, Onor, Manzi, Girus, Sto. Stupende le quattro illustrazioni a colori a piena pagina nei numeri 33 del 1940, 22 del 1941, 41 del 1941 e 48 del 1941 tutte a firma di Marcello Dudovich. Totale di 27 numeri

      [Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari di A. Castiglioni]
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        Speak Up for Democracy: What You Can Do - A Practical Plan of Action for All Americans

      New York: The Viking Press. Paperback. 128 pages. Glossary of democratic terms. "The authoritative answer to the question 'What Can I Do To Help?' by America's foremost counsel on public relations. Workable, realistic - it tells you when, where and how to speak up for democracy. Whoever you are, you will find your blueprint of activity in this master plan for the fight for Democracy." - from front cover. Written at the onset of the second world war when "... Attempts directed, financed, or encouraged from Europe, Asia, and even from within our own borders are being made to destroy our national unity and morale, to create and enlarge differences amoung us which might make for confusion, panic, and collapse, if we were attacked by an enemy. Across the Atlantic and Pacific are governments which hate and envy us..." - from Foreword. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this, one Bernays' hardest-to-find works which makes for fascinating reading in the present political and economic climate. . Good. 1940. First Edition.

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        The D.A. Goes to Trial (First Edition, inscribed)

      William Morrow, New York 1940 - First Edition. Warmly INSCRIBED by the author on the front endpaper: "To Noni / Who wrote the damn thing leaving me only with the job of dictating it / Yours / Erle Stanley Gardner. According to Dorothy Hughes' biography of Gardner, Noni Bibler was one of Gardner's early assistants, and clearly took down much of this novel from dictation.Dampstain to the bottom right corner of the front board, endpapers toned, else Near Fine in an about Very Good dust jacket with small chips at the extremities and some of the usual color-fading to the pink spine title. The fourth Doug Selby (1984) novel. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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      New York: William Morrow and Company, 1940. - First edition. Lower front and rear corners lightly bumped, else near fine, tight, crisp copy in lightly rubbed dust jacket, light wear to foot of spine, and some ink loss to bumped corner of front panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        One, Two, Buckle My Shoe

      London: for the Crime Club by Collins,, 1940. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine in black. With the dust jacket. Ownership signature to front free endpaper. Spine rolled, wear to corners and spine ends, contents lightly toned. A very good copy in the rubbed, creased, and spotted jacket with minor restoration to the ends of the spine. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        One Two Buckle My Shoe.

      For The Crime Club, by Collins, London, 1940. - First Edition. A Hercule Poirot mystery. 8vo., pp. 252 + 3 ads. Publishers' orange cloth with black titles in original dust-wrapper. A very good copy; some minor wear and rubbing, jacket would be fine but for an accidental tear and crease to top of spine (matching faded area to cloth beneath). Ten scenes from the nursery rhyme decorate the purple and green jacket, which is price-clipped. Cooper & Pike; Detective Fiction [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books, ABA ILAB]
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