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        Tres Ensayos Sobre el Arte de la Encuadernación .

      1945. José Porter, Editor. 1945 - Impreso en el Instituto Gráfico Oliva de Vilanova. Barcelona. Edición de bibliofilia limitada a 330 ejemplares, nº 217. 1 Vol. . XVI+96 pp.+L láminas. Cuarto Mayor. Plena Piel. Bibliografía / Bibliofilia (Bibliofilia general), Encuadernación Artística . El barcelonés Emilio Brugalla Turmo (1901-1987) es sin ningún género de dudas el encuadernador más importante de la historia reciente en España. A su trabajo como artesano, que nos dejó innumerables obras maestras arropando libros de las más diversas temáticas y características, añadió siempre un decidido interés por la divulgación de su arte. Durante toda su vida impartió numerosos cursos y conferencias, muchas de las cuales fueron editadas y son consideradas como pequeños manuales del encuadernador artístico. Esta obra contiene tres de esas conferencias, impartidas en Madrid bajo el auspicio de la Dirección General de Bellas Artes. En ellas aborda la historia de la encuadernación desde la Edad Media, la historia del arte de encuadernar en Barcelona y la técnica de encuadernación. La edición es impecable, con numerosas ilustraciones a toda página con ejemplos de encuadernaciones emblemáticas, impresas en colografía por Ricardo Fonta, dibujos de Teodoro Miciano y un frontispicio a nueve tintas grabado por Solano. El ejemplar está encuadernado en los propios talleres de Brugalla, que lo firma con fecha 1948. Sin embargo, en una de las guardas delanteras presenta una dedicatoria autógrafa de Emilio Brugalla a Jesús Mateu datada en 1946, por lo que deducimos que su primer propietario encargó la encuadernación posteriormente a su adquisición. Contenido en un estuche de cartoné forrado en papel marmorizado con los bordes de la boca en piel, el volumen está encuadernado en plena piel roja, con ambos planos y lomera cuajados de dorados amosaicados, cejas doradas con motivos geométricos y florales, guardas dobles en seda roja y papel marmorizado artesanal y los tres cortes dorados. El acabado alcanza el nivel habitual del taller barcelonés en cada mínimo detalle, haciendo que el libro tenga una presencia espectacular. Se trata por tanto de una auténtica joya de la encuadernación en España.

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        Springbrunnen bei Vollmond, Signiertes und datiertes farbiges Original-Aquarell,

      1945 - rückseitig findet sich eine Waldszene in Original-Tuschezeichnung SEHR SCHÖNE ARBEIT von Hans Meid, der auch einem bedeutenden und vielbeschäftigter Buchillustrator war und für bedeutende Autoren, wie A. Schnitzler, Th. Mann, C. Zuckmayer, J. Wassermann, G. Hauptmann etc. und Verlage, wie Rowohlt, Fischer, Insel und Cassirer, gearbeitet hat, DIE EIGENHÄNDIGE SIGNATUR UND DATUM SIND leicht verwaschen aber eindeutig erkennbar Sprache: de (Motiv),farbiges Aquarell auf starkem Karton und (rückärtig) schwarze Tuschezeichnung jeweils unter Passepartout, [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Animal Farm

      Secker & Warburg, 1945. Hardcover. Very Good. Secker & Warburg, London 1945. First Edition / First Printing. Stated First Published May 1945. Cloth boards. Book Condition: Very Good, shelf wear, age toning. Light spots on the boards, name & date at the endpaper. In a facsimile dust jacket. Wrapped in a new mylar cover.

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        Picking up the pieces of World War II. General Geoffrey Keyes? Postwar ?Briefing Notes? for General Dwight D. Eisenhower including the mission of ?the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives Section: Location, protection, identification and return to owner nations of all property illegally acquired from countries occupied by the German Reich ??

      Bavaria, Germany, 1945 - 1947. various. " (1) ?Economics Division Briefing Notes / for / General Eisenhower,? retained carbon, 8 pages, 8? x 10.5?, separate lightweight sheets. Not signed. Title page and first page are on sheets of printed stationery headed ?Office of Military Government for Bavaria / Economics Division / APO 170.? In part, ?At no time in the near future does it appear that Bavaria will be able to get away from rationing and strict control of all food projects. Even before the war with a population of seven million food had to e imported. Now the same area with less fertilizer, fewer farm implements and less transportation, nine million people must be fed ... The 1947 Production Plan was formulated in an attempt to exploit all possible means to alleviate the situation ... ?The end of the war resulted in complete disruption of trade and distribution, and the ensuance [sic] of theft and plundering by the civilian population ... The Restitution Branch, consisting of the Restitution Section and the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives Section, has two principle [sic] missions: a. Location, protection, identification and return to owner nations of all property illegally acquired from countries occupied by the German Reich. b. Supervision of the Bavarian State Government?s responsibility in preserving, protecting and using, all of Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives, belonging to Germany, and existing in Bavaria ... There are roughly 150,000 cultural objects in the Munich Central Collecting Point at the moment, estimated to be worth about 150 millions of dollars. In terms of work required, the return of cultural objects is estimated to be about one half completed ...? (2) Third Army ?Industries in Bavaria? hardcover book, 85 pages, 8.25? x 11.25?. ?Prepared by / Industry Branch / Office of Military Government for Bavaria / A.P.O. 403 / U.S. Army / December 1945.? Copiously illustrated with product maps and charts. (3) Typed Letter Signed ?Leonard R. Moyer,? 1st Lt., Inf., Athletic Officer, 1 page, 7.75? x 11?. On colorful pictorial letterhead ?Seventh Army Alpine Chalet, Bavaria,? February 20, 1946. To Lt. General Geoffrey Keyes, Hq., Seventh US Army, APO 758, US Army. In part, ?The cooperation which you have given the Seventh Army Ski Team since i?ts [sic] inception has been so magnanimous I?m not certain where to start thanking you ... This past weekend it was very gracious of you to be here in Oberjoch for the Giant Slalom and to award the prizes to the winners ... the members of the other teams jealously commented on the cooperation and backing which the Seventh Army Ski Team has had ...? During World War II, Major General Geoffrey Keyes was Deputy Commanding General Western Task Force [North Africa] under Gen. George S. Patton, Jr. (1942-1943), Deputy Commanding General I Armored Corps [North Africa] under Gen. Patton (1943), Deputy Commanding General 7th Army [Sicily] under Gen. Patton (1943), Commanding General Provisional Corps [Sicily] appointed by Gen. Patton (1943),` and Commanding General II Corps [Italy] (1943-1946). Lieutenant General Keyes was Commanding General 7th Army [Germany] (1945-1946), Commanding General 3rd Army [Germany] (1946-1947). and Deputy Commanding General U.S. Forces in Austria under Gen. Mark Clark (1947). He was Commanding General U.S. Forces in Austria and U.S. High Commissioner in Austria from 1947 to 1950. From the Estate of Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes."

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        Cannery Row

      New York:: Viking Press,, 1945. . A Near Fine copy with previous owner name on the front flyleaf in the yellow binding in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with light edge wear to the extremities. Cannery Row focuses on the acceptance of life as it is—both the exuberance of community and the loneliness of the individual. John Steinbeck draws on his memories of the real inhabitants of Monterey, California, and interweaves their stories in this world where only the fittest survive—creating what is at once one of his most humorous and poignant works. In Cannery Row, John Steinbeck returns to the setting of Tortilla Flat to create another evocative portrait of life as it is lived by those who unabashedly put the highest value on the intangibles—human warmth, camaraderie, and love..

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        gigi cerca il suo berretto.dove mai l' avra' cacciato?

      (Milano), A. Mondadori 1945 - 32 x 24 cm, unpag., farb. gestaltete S. verschiedener Grössen aufklappbar, Or - Hln - Einband angeschmutzt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SHANGHAI CITY OF KALEIDOSCOPE THE LEADING METROPOLIS OF THE ORIENT.

      SHANGHAI "THANK YOU" RECEPTION FOR ALLIED FORCES & INTERNEES[Shanghai 1945, - Chang]. Stiff pink wrs., very small foldingmap, ca. 6.5 x 9 cm., color map opens to 35.5 x 25.5 cm.,folds down to fit inside the covers, English text, verso ofmap has billets in the Shanghai area. OBSCURE UNUSUAL WORK Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        REPORT ON CONDITIONS IN CONCENTRATION CAMPS IN GERMANY

      No Place (Cape Town?) , No Publisher. 1945. Paperback. 1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, small 8vo, 40 pages. 21 cm. Includes 9 pages of photos. Printed by the Cape Times in Cape Town with a printing date of July 9, 1945. One of the first photographic report on the concentration camps to be published outside Europe (perhaps the first) and one of the first published anywhere. Includes material on Dachau, Belsen, & Buchenwald. "Published by authority…. The Acting Prime Minister, in reply to questions in Parliament regarding conditions in the German concentration camps, state that the Union's [i. E. South Africa's] High Commissioner in London had been requested to take steps for the preparation of a fully documented report" (p 3) . Contents: Introductory statement by the Union government -- A visit to Dachau / C. S. Coetzee, R. J. Montgomery -- Report on Belsen camp / C. S. Coetzee, D. B. Sole -- Appendix I. Report of the United Nations War Crimes Commission -- Appendix II. Report of American editors on German camps -- Appendix III. Buchenwald camp : the report of a British Parliamentary delegation -- Appendix IV. Extracts from the official published report of the Joint Committee representing the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States of America, named to investigate atrocities and other conditions in concentration camps in Germany. SUBJECT(S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Germany. Atrocities. OCLC lists only 4 copies worldwide (Nat Lin So Africa, US Dept of State, Royal Dutch Lib, NYPL) , only 2 in the US. Light wear Very Good Condition, scarce (holo2-125-18) .

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        I Carmi Di Catullo: Scelti Nuovamente Tradotti In Versi Da Vincenzo Errante E Decorati Con Lithografie Da Filippo De Pisis

      Milan: Ulrico Hoepli, 1945. Hardcover. Very good. 150cc. Out of series, unnumbered copy of the 140 on Fabriano paper. Publisher's salmon boards backed in rough linen with paper spine label. Light bumping and wear to the extremities, slight foxing overall, else a very good copy lacking the box. . Illustrated with 17 original lithographs (14 full page, the others in the text) by Filippo De Pisis. Printed by Officina Bodoni (Giovanni Mardersteig, Director) " Mardersteig's productions are outstanding among Italian post-war boos for design, typography, and quality of impression. de Pisis' landscape lithograph recalls both the Venetian and Impressionist traditions." ref: The Artist and the Book #246.

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        NUREMBERG COURT CARTOONS: PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE JUDGES AND PROSECUTORS : CARTOONS OF THE DEFENDANTS

      Nuremberg : Verlag Nürnberger Presse,. 1945. Paperback. Original Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, [54] pages. 27 cm. In English. Following seven full-page photos of buildings, judges, at prosecutors at the trials, each leaf contains a full-page cartoon on one side and a short biography and description of their crimes, with a facsimile of their signature, on the opposite page. Includes a total of 21 full-page cartoons. Günter Peis (1927-2012) was an Austrian journalist and a pioneer in modern investigative journalism. Following the war, the 17 year old Peis went to an American sponsored program for 10 months, ending up at a journalism school in Munich under the direction of Erich Kästner. From there he was sent as delegate to the Nuremberg trials as an observer, He was the youngest (19) journalist present and was given special access to witness the executions of von Ribbentrop, Keitel, and others. He went on to publish famous accounts of Hess in Spandau Prison (1951) , of former SS Sturmbannführer Alfred Naujocks who was hiding in Hamburg under a false name, and of love letters between Hitler and Hitler?'s lover Maria Reiter. Unlike the supposed Hitler diaries published in 1983, these were deemed to be authentic by experts. He also published other works on the Nazis in WW II. (Wikipedia. De, 2012) SUBJECT(S) : uremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946 -- Pictorial works. Judges -- Germany -- Nuremberg -- Portraits. Public prosecutors -- Germany -- Nuremberg -- Portraits. War criminals -- Germany -- Nuremberg -- Caricatures and cartoons. Named Corp: International Military Tribunal -- Pictorial works. OCLC lists only 5 copies worldwide (US Holocaust Museum, Wisc Vet Museum, UTexas, NEDERLANDS INST VOOR OORLOGSDOCUMENTATIE, Tel Aviv U). The US Holocaust Museum keeps their copy in their Rare Book Room. Wear to spine & covers, covers sunned, light wear, but solid and clean. Good+ Condition. (HOLO2-119-6) .

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        Patton, Commanding General of the Third Army, asks Lt Gen Geoffrey Keyes, newly assigned as Commanding General of the Seventh Army, for a favor for ?the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg who has been very helpful to the Americans?? ? Patton had led his Third Army to victory in the Battle of the Bulge after liberating Luxembourg ? with insignia owned by Keyes ? From the Estate of Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes

      September 16, 1945. 8" x 10.5". "Typed Letter Signed ?GSP Jr.,? 1p, 8? x 10.5?. Headquarters Third United States Army, Office of the Commanding General, [Bad Tolz, Bavaria, Germany], September 16, 1945. To Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes, Headquarters Seventh U.S. Army [Heidelberg, Germany]. Fine condition.Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes had served as Patton?s Deputy Commander of the Seventh U.S. Army. On September 8, 1945, he was appointed Commanding General.In full, ?My dear Geoff: Young Count Rudolph Czernein, who is connected by marriage with the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg who has been very helpful to the Americans, is anxious to attend college in Heidelberg. Could you please have somebody inform me whether or not it is possible for him do do so and what papers, if any, he needs from here? He lives with his mother on an estate in the vicinity of Munich. Devotedly yours.?On December 16, 1944, Germany launched its last great offensive of World War II. German tanks and troops poured over the Belgium-Luxembourg borders in the enemy's final major bid for victory on the Western Front, which became known as the Battle of the Bulge. The counter-offensive was led by Patton?s Third Army 10th Armored Division, which began rolling in the direction of Luxembourg on December 17, 1944. On December 26, 1944, Patton?s 4th Armored Division hurtled through the snow-clogged roads of Luxembourg to relieve the U.S. 101st Airborne Division besieged by German attackers at Bastogne, approximately 32 miles northwest of Luxembourg City. Amid the fierce fighting that raged in this region, the U.S. Third Army established Hamm Cemetery on December 29, 1944. The Battle of the Bulge ended on January 25, 1945, Prince Félix, Consort of Grand Duchess Charlotte, presented Patton with the Croix de Guerre. On December 24, 1945, Gen. Patton, fatally injured in an automobile accident in Germany, was buried in the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial in Hamm, Luxembourg.Accompanied by:? two metal buttons, each depicting the Seal of the United States? ?U.S.? metallic collar insignia? 2.25? x 2.5? metallic Seal of the United States? two woven ?U.S.? on a 4? x 1.25? swatch of light brown material? woven star on a 1.75? x 1.75? swatch of dark brown material.From the Estate of Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes"

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        Le roman de Jean-Paul Sartre. Manuscrit autographe et tapuscrit complets.

      Autograph manuscript of the author of three and a half pages 4to published in issue 19 of October 21, 1945 Landscape Sunday.Complete manuscript writing very dense, with many erasures, corrections and additions.Chronic literary published on the occasion of the publication of the first two volumes of the trilogy "The Way Back" by Jean-Paul Sartre.Full typescript with autograph correction of the author are joined.Between April 1941 and August 1944, Maurice Blanchot published in the "Chronicle of intellectual life" of the Journal of Debates 173 articles on new books.In a half-page newspaper (about seven pages in-8), the young author of "Thomas the obscure" his first steps in the field of literary criticism and inaugurates a theoretical work that he would later develop Many in these essays, "La Part du feu" to "The Infinite Conversation" and "The Scripture of the disaster."From the very first articles, Blanchot demonstrated analytical acuity far beyond current literature that motivates writing. Oscillating between classic and modern, first-class writers and minor novelists, he puts in his columns, the foundations of critical thinking that will mark the second half of the twentieth.Transformed by writing and by war, Blanchot breaks, over a thought exerted "on behalf of the other," the violent maurassiennes certainties of his youth.Not without paradox, then it transforms literary criticism philosophical act of intellectual resistance to barbarism at the heart of an "openly marechalist" newspaper: "Burning a book, write, are two acts from which culture entered its oscillations opposites "(The Book, In Journal of Debates, January 20, 1943).In 2007, Cahiers NRF together under the direction of Christopher Bident all literary chronicles not yet published in volume with the proper analysis of the critical work of Blanchot "novels, poems, essays give rise to a singular reflection, always safer of his own rhetoric, delivered more to the echo of the impossible or the lure of the disappearance. (...) Not without contradictions or step aside, and the certainty of a feverish work begins (... ) these articles reveal the genealogy of a critic who has transformed during the chronicle necessity of thought. " (C. Bident).The autograph manuscripts of Maurice Blanchot are of great rarity. S.n. (Paysage dimanche) s.l. (Paris) s.d. (1945) 11,5x22cm & 2 pages in-4 3 pages 1/2 in-4

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        The Soviet Financial System

      HEARTFIELD, John. The Soviet Financial System. By M.I. Bogolepov. 64 pp. Small 8vo., bound in wrappers designed by John Heartfield. Preserved in a new cloth folding box. London: Lindsay Drummond, 1945. A fine copy of this scarce little pamphlet, which is one of several items that Heartfield designed for the English publisher Lindsay Drummond. Published during the War, very few copies have survived. Siepmann A233.

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        Konvolut enthält aus dem Jahr 1934: 1 Heft; 1935: 31 Hefte; 1936: 49 Hefte; 1937: 18 Hefte; 1938: 14 Hefte; 1939: 14 Hefte; 1940: 2 Hefte. Je kl.8°, kartoniert, je ca. 20 bis 40 Seiten. Fast alle mit Reichsadler-Swastika-Stempel, daneben "Direktorat

      des Maximiliansgymnasiums München". Jeweils Beihefte für Lehrer zu Unterrichtsfilmen. Die ehedem in den Schulen zu sehenden Filme wurden produziert von unterschiedlichen Firmen (z.B. "Dix-Film" oder "Basse Film") aber auch Universitäten oder Schulen.. Im Konvolut fehlen NS-lastige Titel, diese wurden wohl aussortiert. Der vorliegende Bestand ging wohl nach 1945 in den Besitz eines Angehörigen des Bayer. Kultusministeriums über. Gesamt ca. 127 der im Zeitraum erschienenen ca. 241 Heften. Einbände partiell etwas berieben, sonst guter Zustand. Das Konvolut besteht aus folgenden Titeln: 1934: Der Stichling und seine Brutpflege, von Herbert Reschke (F 3); 1935: Entwicklung und Vermehrung der Erbse, von Friedrich Lange (F 4); Das Bläßhuhn, von Friedrich Goethe (F 5); Bilder aus der Vogelwelt I Adler und Krähen im Winter, von Ruth Lentz (F 10); Sensen werden geschmiedet, von S. Horstmann (F 11); Deutsche Kulturarbeit in Kamerun, von Dr. Brall (F 16); Der Fischadler, von F. Goethe (F 17); Bilder aus der Vogelwelt II Bewohner von Schilf und Sumpf, von F. Goethe (F 18); Bronzeguß Gießen nach der Sandform, von J. Laabs (F 20); Glas I Die Glasöfen, von L. Dürre (F 21); Glas II Herstellung einer Fensterglasscheibe, von L. Dürre (F 22); Glas III Herstellung von Glasplatten auf dem Gießtisch, von L. Dürre (F 23); Glas IV Feldern und Belegen von Spiegelglasplatten, von L. Dürre (F 24); Glas V Herstellung von Gläsern und Flaschen, von L. Dürre (F 25); Glas VI Ziehen, Schleifen und Bemalen von Glas, von L. Dürre (F 26); Die Verwandlung der Libelle, von H. Reschke (F 27); Von Wildschweinen und Elchen, von H. Reschke (F 30); Abbau von Steinkohle, von C. Fladrich (F 31); Tierpflege im Zoologischen Garten, von H. Reschke (F 32); Der Maikäfer, von H. Reschke (F 36); Damwild und Rotwild, von H. Reschke (F 37); Schutzform und Schutzfarbe im Tierreich, von H. Reschke (F 38); Herstellung von Wachskerzen, von O. Gall (F 41); Der Halsbandregenpfeifer, von H. Ammann (F 42); Der Elbsandstein, von Gottlöber (F 43) - Heft in etwas anderer Aufmachung, etwas kleiner, anderer Einbanddruck; Forellenzucht, von H. Reschke (F 45); Der Kohlenmeiler, von Dr. Brall (F 46); Das Steinkohlenbergwerk, von L. Dürre (F 48); Mikrofauna des Süßwassers, von E. Krause (F 49); Der Kohlweißling, von H. Reschke (F 50); Herstellung eines Porzellantellers, von H. Kraemer (F 52); 1936: Roggenernte, von E. Muhs (F 33); Die Ringelnatter, von H. Reschke (F 55); Litographen-Schiefer, von E. Brall (F 56); Dachschiefer, von F. Schmid (F 59)Entwicklungsformen von Schmetterlingen, von G. Hampel (F 61); Bilder aus dem Leben der Ameise, von G. Hampel (F 62); Bärenjagd in den Karpathen, von Dr. Freisburger (F 65); Der Flachs Ernte und Aufbereitung, von P. Walter (F 66) - Gestaltung leicht verschieden, siehe F 43; Tabakbau in der Uckermark, von J. Laabs (F 67); Befruchtung und Furchung des Kanincheneies, von W. Alt (F69, Neubearbeitung, 2x vorhanden); Herstellung von Sägen, von S. Horstmann (F 71); Die Wasserspinne, von R. Lentz (F 74); Wolken in Bewegung I Die Gleitvorgänge, von Dr. Mügge (F 35); Das Bierbrauen, von R. Ausleger (F 81); Wie ein Ziegelstein entsteht, von O. Schröder (F 86, Neubearbeitung); Locgenguß, von J. Laabs (F 87); Der Gerber, von J. Laabs (F 88); Afrikanische Steppentiere, von G. Hampel (F 95); Afrikanische Dickhäuter, von G. Hampel (F 96); Afrikanische Affen, von G. Hampel (F 97); Pferde in Arizona, von G. Hampel (F 100); Der Kiefernspinner, von K. Eckstein (F 102); Kaffeeanbau in Guatemala, von W. Barz (F 103); Salzgärten in Mexiko, von W. Barz (F104); Sisalernteauf Yucatan, von Adolf Reichwein (F 109); Maisernte in Mexiko, von A. Reichwein (F 110); Kokosnußernte in Kolumbien, von A. Reichwein (F 111); Wie ein Bleistift entsteht, von E. Zelinsky (F 112); Reifeteilung und Befruchtung, von H. Sahrhage (F 117, 2x vorhanden); Erzbergwerk, von R. Schmidt (F 118); Hochofen I Beschickung und Abstich, von G. Hensel (F 119); Hochofen II Beschickung und Gießen von Masseln, von G. Hensel (F 120); Hochofen III Trick, von G. Hensel (F 121); Stahlwerk I Der Mischer, von R. Schmidt (F 122); Stahlwerk II Thomasbirne, von R. Schmidt (F 123); Stahlwerk III Kokillenguß, von R. Schmidt (F 124); Walzwerk I Walzen von Schienen, von R. Schmidt (F 125); Walzwerk II Walzen von Blech, von R. Schmidt (F 126); Röntgenfilm I Das Verdauungssystem, von R. Janker (F 127); Röntgenfilm II Herztätigkeit und Atmung beim Menschen (F 128); Braunkohle-Tagebau, von E. Basdeck (F 129); Darstellung der Schwefelsäure im Bleikammerverfahren, von H. Petzold (F 132); Die Feldgrille, von W. Lahmann (F 135); Wolken in Bewegung II Gewitterhafte Vorgänge, von R. Mügge (F 136); Vom Erz zur Schiene, von G. Weiß (F 141); Bilder aus der Vogelwelt III Vogelleben am Ostseestrand (F 142); 1937: Zuckergewinnung, von W. Piett (F 145); Jungstörche am Nest, von H. Sick (F 147); Die Zauneiderechse, von J. Heinemann (F 148); Tafelbildung Rückschreitende Erosion, von S. Passarge (F 155); Flußanzapfung, von S. Passarge (F 156); Weiße Blutkörperchen im Abwehrkampf, von F. Lange (F 162); Igelfamilie, von E. Gamlin (F163, 2 Ex. vorhanden); Klippfischgewinnung auf Island, von W. Schnakenbeck (F 168); Auf Islands Vogelbergen, von J. Steinbacher (F 169); Hopfenanbau, von O. Scheuer (F 172, 2x vorhanden); Gewinnung von Branntkalk, von W. Plett (F 173); Kreidegewinnung auf Rügen, von E. Muhs (F 176); Röntgenfilm III Schultergürtel, von W. Knoll (F 177); Röntgenfilm IV Ellbogengelenk und Gelenke der Hand, von W, Knoll (F 178); Röntgenfilm V Kniegelenk und Gelenke des Fußes, von W. Knoll (F 179); Stichbildung durch die Nähmaschine, von M. Köhne (F 180); 1938: Protoplasmaströmung in pflanzlichen Zellen, von F. Lange (F 181); Vulkanische Erscheinungen auf Island, von H. Verleger (F 182); Reizphysiologische Versuche am Pantoffeltierchen, von H. Eddelbüttel (F 183); Heringsfischerei, von R. Erichson (F 184); Deutsche Kamerun-Bananen, von Adolf Reichwein (F 187); Junge Löwen im Zoologischen Garten, von O. Fehringer (F 188); Junge Paviane im Zoologischen Garten, von O. Fehringer (F 189); Junge Bären im Zoologischen Garten, von O. Fehringer (F 190); Die Lachmöwe, von H. Sick (F 193); Abbau und Förderung von Steinkohle, von R. Schmidt (F 194); Die Rauchschwalbe I Nestbau, von H. Sick (F 196); Die Rauchschwalbe II Aufzucht der Jungen, von H. Sick (F 197); Ein Morgen auf einem schwarzwälder Bauernhof, von J. Geller (F 199); Kokerei, von H. Zeitler (F 202); 1939: Die Rauchschwalbe Kurzfassung, von H. Sick (F 205); Ein Ritt zum großen Geysir aif Island, von H. Verleger (F 208); Deutscher Seidenbau I Seidenspinnerbrut, von F. Lange (F 212); Deutscher Seidenbau II Aufzucht der Raupen Verarbeitung der Trockenkokons, von F. Lange (F 213); Mausender Fuchs, von F. Schmidt (F 216); Entstehung von Eisbergen an der Küste Grönlands, von E. Sorge (F 217); Kämpfende Damhirsche, von H. Reschke (F 218); Von der Wolle zum Tuch, von H. Lugaric (F 220); Die Entwicklung des Kohlweißlings, von M. Herling (F 223); Deutsche Grönland-Expedition Alfred Wegener, von Ernst Sorge, Teilnehmer der Expedition I. II. und III. Teil (227 A, B und C, 3 Hefte); Die Elektronenröhre Anoden- und Heizkreis, Gitterkreis, von G. Heußel (F 234); Die Stechmücke, von F. Peus (F 238); 1940: Der Schwirrflug des Kolibris, von M. Stolpe und K. Zimmer (F 240); Klappenspiel des Ochsenherzens, von K.v. Hollander (F 241).

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        Dirty [ Exemplaire Hors Commerce ]

      Editions de la revue Fontaine, Paris 1945 - Edition originale parue dans la collection "L' Age d' Or" (direction Henri Parisot) - 16ème cahier. Un des 25 exemplaires Hors Commerce marqué "H.C." spécialement imprimé sur papier vert, outre 500 sur Vélin et 25 exemplaires sur Arches numérotés. Achevé d' imprimer du 22 décembre 1945. Couverture rempliée créée par Mario Prassinos d' après un dessin de Max Ernst. 30 pages non coupées. A noter : petite insolation du dos. RARE. Size: 11,5 x 14 cms. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        WHEN WE ARE YOUNG

      Montreal: First Statement Press, 1945 First edition of the author's rare first book. Plain stiff wrappers in printed dustwrapper. 8vo, pp. 16. A fine copy with just a hint of sun at the top edge. Number 4 in the First Statement New Writers Series. Rare.. 1st Edition.

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        La delivrance de Paris, 19-26 aout 1944

      B. Arthaud, Paris 1945 - First edition. Text in French. Quarto. 128, [4]pp., illustrated with photographs by J. Dortes. Custom bound by Jeanne Bouvier in parchment over boards, with a gilt-tooled and color leather design inlaid on the front board and the Parisian coat of arms inlaid on the back board, handmade endpapers sprinkled in silver, red and blue headbands, gilt top. Modest rubbing and bowing to the boards, very good in very good custom made color paste-paper slip case, presumably also executed by Bouvier. A handsome, unique copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MOTHER GOOSE PLAYHOUSE

      CLYNE, GERALDINE. POP-UP. (MOTHER GOOSE) MOTHER GOOSE PLAYHOUSE. NY: J.S. Pub Co. no date, circa 1945. There is a large size pictorial box with a great, elaborate pop-up that emerges when the cover is opened (box with normal wear and rubbing). Inside are 8 pop-up Mother Goose rhymes, each in its own color pictorial booklet, with illustrations by GERALDINE CLYNE. Titles include: 1. Old King Cole 2. Baa Baa Black Sheep 3. Sing a Song of Sixpence 4. Hey Diddle Diddle 5. There Was An Old Woman 6. Mary's Lamb 7. Mistress Mary 8. Ding Dong Bell Quite rare and a wonderful pop-up item.

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        Engineer History - Fifth Army - Mediterranean Theater.

      [Germany,] Printed for Engineer Section Headquarters, Fifth Army, [1945] - 3 volumes, Volumes I & II, & Appendices, quarto, oirignal midnight blue calf presentation binding, bevelled boards, titles gilt to upper boards, marbled endpapers. A little rubbing and stripping from the boards, but overall very good. Numerous maps, some coloured, profusely illustrated. First edition, designated "Confidential." Minutely detailed internal history of the US Army Engineers' operations in Italy; "No campaign in military history has presented more engineering problems than the battle of Italy. No one contributed more to the successful conclusion of this campaign than the Fifth Army Engineers. I am proud of them; their country is proud of them; they should be proud of themselves." Frank O. Bowman, Brig. Gen. Us Army, Army Engineer. Uncommon, OCLC lists no copies outside of the US apart from that in the US Army European Library, IWM appears to have Volume I and Appendices only. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        111 [CENT-ONZE] DESSINS FAITS A BUCHENWALD, 1944-1945

      1945. Portfolio. 1st edition. Loose sheets as issued, in later custom clamshell box with original portfolio cover mounted on front. 4to. One of 3200 Numbered Copies. 111 plates of drawings, the first 100 relating to Buchenwald, plus 6 portraits, and 5 aquarelles in color. Captions in French, English, and Russian. 26 cm. Title page and preface in French. Boris Taslitzky began painting at the age of fifteen and attended the academie Montparnasse and the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris between 1925 and 1933. In 1933, he joined the Association of Revolutionary Writers and Artists (A. É. AR) where he became general secretary of the section of Painters and Sculptors, and then in 1935, he joined the Communist Party. In 1936, during the presentation of Quatorze Juillet, by Romain Rolland , Taslitzky participated in the exhibition that brought together Picasso , Léger , Matisse , Braque , Jean Lurcat , Laurens and Pinion in the lobby of the Alhambra Theatre. Taslitzky was captured in June 1940, escaped in August and joined the Resistance. He was arrested again in November 1941, sentenced to two years in prison, and then on July 31, 1944 was deported to Buchenwald , where he manages to make some two hundred drawings showing life in the camps. "If I go to hell, I will make sketches. Besides, I have experience, I've been there and I've drawn! ... ", he later said. His mother died at Auschwitz . In 1946, Taslitzky exhibited his works which were inspired by the Resistance and Deportation, winning the Prix Blumenthal. He was later awarded the Military Cross and Military Medal and in 1997 he received the insignia of Chevalier of the Legion of Honour under the Resistance and Deportation. He was both witness and actor in the story of French Resistance and the Holocaust. SUBJECT(S) : Concentration camps -- Pictorial works. Buchenwald (Camp de) Guerre mondiale 1939-1945. Prisonniers et déportés. Camps allemands. Buchenwald. Album. Concentration camps. Pictorial works. Wear to original illustrated cover, which has been mounted on front of box, but no damage to illustration. Moving, early, and important. (holo2-125-44) xx .

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        Day of Paris.

      J. J. Augustin Publisher, New York 1945 - First edition. Quarto, original cloth. Signed by Andre Kertesz on the title page. Edited by George Davis. Very good in a very good dust jacket with a few small chips and wear to the spine extremities. Uncommon signed. The Day of Paris includes 'the best of his humanist documentary imagery' (The Photobook). Designed by Alexey Brodovitch and Peter Pollack. 101 Books, pp.114-15; Auer, p.306; The Open Book, pp.138-39; The Photobook, vol. I, p.200. Alexey Brodovitch "provides a leisurely understated design that allows for double spreads. shrewd juxtapositions, and unexpectedly grand expanses of white space for this small format" (Roth 101). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        MR. BADGER'S SUCCESSFUL PLAN - 13 WATERCOLORS & MORE

      - ROSS,MARGARET. MR. BADGER'S SUCCESSFUL PLAN - 13 WATERCOLORS & MORE. Offered here are 13 wonderful watercolors used to illustrate Ross's book published by the Museum Press in 1945. Ross was an extremely successful author / illustrator in the 1940's and 1950's. In her books she created a world of humanized animals. Apart from her books, her illustrations were also available separately in a series of color prints. In Mr. Badger's Successful Plan shes has created a world of humanized animals much like Graham'e Wind In The Willows: Mr. Badger prevents disaster from occurring at Mrs. Brown Mouses's birthday party saving Whisker Fox and Rascal Rat from an intruding dog and its owner. Offered here are 13 original watercolors used in the book. Each piece is on paper 10 inches wide by 7 1/2 inches high. Each page is completely filled with color illustraions detailing the lives of a variety of humanized animals. Included with the art is a copy of the book that is signed by Ross with her address. It is also inscribed by her in an elderly hand reading "My dear / With love for Christmas / Margaret Ross/ (I was 30 years too late! / The last copy, please forgive." Also included are 3 pieces of ephemera relating to her book and two typed letters heavily corrected in Ross's hand, each with a charming pen drawing.

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        Träumende. Mischtechnik auf Bütten.

      1945.. Bildgrösse: 30,5x25 cm. Mit Nachlasstempel u. Signatur. Rückseitig bezeichnet. In Glasrahmen gelegt 50x35 cm..

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        I Carmi Di Catullo: Scelti Nuovamente Tradotti In Versi Da Vincenzo Errante E Decorati Con Lithografie Da Filippo De Pisis

      Milan: Ulrico Hoepli, 1945. Hardcover. Very good. 150cc. Out of series, unnumbered copy of the 140 on Fabriano paper. Publisher's salmon boards backed in rough linen with paper spine label. Light bumping and wear to the extremities, slight foxing overall, else a very good copy lacking the box. . Illustrated with 17 original lithographs (14 full page, the others in the text) by Filippo De Pisis. Printed by Officina Bodoni (Giovanni Mardersteig, Director) " Mardersteig's productions are outstanding among Italian post-war boos for design, typography, and quality of impression. de Pisis' landscape lithograph recalls both the Venetian and Impressionist traditions." ref: The Artist and the Book #246.

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        Framed Typed Letter Signed on personal letterhead

      New York 1945 - 1 page, 5.5 x 5 inches, New York, November 20, 1945, in full: "Thank you very much for your letter. I have received others similar to yours and have already written the Rosenwald Foundation expressing my hope that they could grant the $25,000 to the Southern Conference for Human Welfare. I agree with you that the organization is doing fine work." Elegantly matted and framed in decorative silvered wood with a photo portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt. The outer measurements are 11 x 15 inches. Very good condition.

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        Physiologie du Fonctionnaire. Illustrations en couleurs de G. Pavis

      [Paris: Rene Kieffer, a l'Institut Administratif, 1945. One of 800 on velin de cuve from a total edition of 900. Handsomely bound by the Studio of Rene KIEFFER: full brown morocco simulating snakeskin, upper and lower covers decorated with gilt oval plaque with birdseye perspective of ring of dancing figures around free-form sculpture, spine smooth, title gilt, top edge gilt. Original covers bound in. Binder's ticket pasted in front blank: Rene Kieffer, Reliure d'Art, 18, rue Seguier, Paris, near fine. Illustrated with 46 pen and watercolor drawings after Georges-Alfred Pavis (1886-1951), reproduced in-texte and hors-texte. The typeface simulates typescript executed "par Mlle Durand Victoire, dame stenographe principale de 1ere classe, collatione avec le concours de Mlle Dupont Alexandrine-Sophie-Desiree, auxiliare temporaire permanente."

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        Cannery Row

      New York: Viking Press, 1945. First printing. Hardcover. Very near Fine/Near Fine. 208 pp. Price of $2.00 on front flap of jacket. First issue with boards covered in light buff cloth. Goldstone & Payne A22b, Ahearn APG 024c. An attractive copy of one of Steinbeck's major works. A very near Fine book in a Near Fine dust jacket with a few traces of wear to the extremities and a tiny abrasion to the rear panel.

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        PINOCCHIO: ORIGINAL DISNEY ILLUSTRATION

      - DISNEY,WALT. PINOCCHIO: ORIGINAL DISNEY ILLUSTRATION. Offered here is a wonderful drawing by the Disney Studios for a Pinocchio Birthday card, circa 1945-50. The image is a pen and ink and wash illustration that measures 7 1/4" wide x 5" high done on artist board and nicely matted. The Disney label is in the lower corner of the board reading: "By Permission / Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Ltd. #1441". Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, a cat and a fish are all present in this great image.

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        Cannery Row

      New York: Viking Press, 1945. First printing. Hardcover. Very near Fine/Near Fine. 208 pp. Price of $2.00 on front flap of jacket. First issue with boards covered in light buff cloth. Goldstone & Payne A22b, Ahearn APG 024c. An attractive copy of one of Steinbeck's major works. A very near Fine book in a Near Fine dust jacket with a few traces of wear to the extremities and a tiny abrasion to the rear panel.

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        Pot Luck

      West Hartford , VT: The Countryman Press, 1945. Special Edition, No. 22 of 150 large-paper deluxe copies, signed by the author. With black and white text illustrations and six color plates by the author; and with an original signed etching as frontispiece. 1 vols. 8vo. Original red boards, black morocco spine. Fine copy in original black paper slipcase. Bookplate of M.L. Biscotti. Six stories of upland game bird shooting, with Clark's splendid illustrations. Biscotti p. 65; Heller 2:625

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        Brideshead Revisited

      Chapman and Hall, London 1945 - First impression. Rebound in red leather with five raised bands and gilt titles on leather labels to spine. New endpapers, existing endpapers also retained. No dj. P.94 creased but otherwise a very good copy. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Frank Lloyd Wright ALS matted and framed [43 x 53 cm.]

      Np: Np, 1945. Fine condition, matted and gilt framed -- suitable for hanging. Typed letter, 16 x 23 cm. to Friedrich Bruns, with original envelope, and a portrait of FLW. There are two autograph corrections by Wright in the text and a postscript in the architects hand, reading: "Would you please be so kind as to pass this brochure on to somebody you think capable of translating it properly, inserting between the leaves the translation written on each side of the insert. We expect to pay whatever the work would be worth." Beneath his signature, Wright notes: "Kindly cherish this brochure, it is the only one we have!" and signed his initials.

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        Der Tod des Vergil.,

      New York, Pantheon Books, 1945 - 522 (2) Seiten (1) Blatt Vergoldung am Rückentitel fast ganz abgerieben, Vorderdeckel im Rand lichtspurig, Vorsätze etwas gebräunt, Bindung stabil, ansonsten das Buch sauber und frisch, auf dem Vorsatz persönliche Widmung des Autors: "Für Helene und Werner Richter/ sehr freundschaftlich und/ von Herzen/ Hermann Broch/ Juli 45". Hermann Broch (* 1. November 1886 in Wien - + 30. Mai 1951 in New Haven/USA) war ein bekannter österreichischer Schriftsteller. Einbandentwurf Stefan Salter, erste deutsche Ausgabe, gegenüber der englischen Erstausgabe, die 6 Monate früher erschien, mit Ergänzungen und Überarbeitungen, im Anhang mit Quellen und Danksagungen, Sternfeld/Tiedemann 80, Deutsches Exilarchiv 1,738, WG 9. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 790 Gr.-8°, gebundene Ausgabe, Halbleinen (rote Deckel, schwarzer Rücken mit goldgeprägter Titelei auf rotem Rückenschild), Kopffarbschniit. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        PETER RABBIT'S RACE GAME

      POTTER, BEATRIX. (POTTER,BEATRIX). PETER RABBIT'S RACE GAME. Lond: Warne no date ca 1945. Housed in a color pictorial box (20 1/4" wide x 11 1/2") with Potter's characters in color on the cover. Box slightly worn with neat flap strengthening VG+ WITH TWO DIE AND 4 PAINTED LEAD FIGURINES. Featuring a wonderful full color pictorial game board folded in thirds that opens to 28 1/2 x 20". Instructions are on verso of board.

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        Franklin Delano Roosevelt Funeral ("FDR Funeral 1945") signed by the photographer Ed Clark

      [Published in LIFE] 1945 - Signed and inscribed by the photographer: “FDR Funeral 1945, Edward Clark – Life.” Famed Life photographer Edward Clark took this celebrated picture in 1945 at the funeral of Franklin D. Roosevelt in Atlanta. “The area was in front of the building at the polio clinic where Roosevelt had spent so much time, [Clark] saw Navy bandsman, CPO Graham Jackson, playing away on his accordion while tears streamed down his face” (Clark, Decades). “Ed Clark’s photograph, meanwhile, of an openly weeping Chief Petty Officer (USN) Graham Jackson playing “Goin’ Home” on his accordion as FDR’s flag-draped casket passes by in April 1945 has, through the years, come to symbolize not merely a nation’s grief, but black America’s acknowledgement of Roosevelt’s efforts on behalf of civil rights while he was in office” (Life website). Gelatin silver gelatin print. 8 x 10 inches. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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