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        The Second World War - [Complete in 6 volumes]

      London : Cassell (1948-1954), 1948. 1st Editions. Previous owner's inscription. Finely bound all in modern aniline calf over contrasting buckram boards. Raised bands with the titles blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional set - of presentation quality.; 8vo 8"" - 9"" tall; 1 pages; Physical desc.: 6 v. : ill. ; 22 cm. Notes: Includes indexes. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Contents: v. 1. The gathering storm. -- v. 2. Their finest hour. -- v. 3. The Grand Alliance. -- v. 4. The hinge of fate. -- v. 5. Closing the ring. -- v. 6. Triumph and tragedy. Subject: World War, 1939-1945 - Great Britain. World War, 1939-1945 - Diplomatic history. World War, 1939-1945 - Causes.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        The Complete Angler or The Contemplative Man's Recreation.

      London: for The Navarre Society, 1948. - 1 vol., 8-1/4" x 5-1/2", illustrated with 74 wood engravings. Bound in fine full polished green calf, ribbed gilt decorated spine. spine panels tooled with piscatorial devices, gilt lettered light and dark red morocco spine labels, covers double ruled in gilt, gilt device to front cover, gilt dentelles, all edges gilt, by Bayntun. Some very mild scuffing to rear cover otherwise IN PERFECT CONDITION. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoires de bêtes

      1948. relié. Bon état. Gilbert Droin éditeur, Paris, 1948. Petit In/4 reliure de Blaizot, demi-maroquin à coins havane et filets dorés sous étui, dos à nerfs, couvertures conservées, illustrations en eaux-fortes de Michel Ciry, frontispice, ex-libris sur papier Japon, 127 p. Rousseurs sur les tranches. Belle reliure pour un ouvrage soigné.

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        The Age of Anxiety A Baroque Eclogue

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1948. Octavo. Original yellow cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Contemporary gift inscription to front free endpaper. Spine lightly toned, slight bumps to tips; an excellent copy in the jacket with browned spine, nicks to extremities and tiny chip to head of spine. First UK edition, first impression. Auden had begun work on The Age of Anxiety in 1944 but did not finish it until early 1947; it was first published in the US in July of that year. The poem won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1948.

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        The Age of Anxiety. A Baroque Eclogue.

      London: Faber and Faber, 1948 - Octavo. Original yellow cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Contemporary gift inscription to front free endpaper. Spine lightly toned, slight bumps to tips; an excellent copy in the jacket with browned spine, nicks to extremities and tiny chip to head of spine. First UK edition, first impression. Auden had begun work on The Age of Anxiety in 1944 but did not finish it until early 1947; it was first published in the US in July of that year. The poem won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1948. Bloomfield and Mendelson A29b.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        La revue juive. Organe mensuel de liaison internationale. Revue de synthèse moderne de la pensée d'Israël. 1er année no. 1 - 10; 2e année no. 1-2, 4, 7-10; 3e année no. 1-3, 9-10; 4e année no. 1-8, 10; 5e année no. 1-3, 5-10; 6e année no 1-5, 7, 9-10; 7e année no 1-3, 5-9; 8e année no 1-10; 9e année no 1-8; 10e année no 1-10; 11e année no 1.

      Genève, Editions Synthésis 1932-1939, 1945-1948. - Reliés en 4 volumes. 8°. Reliures demi toile, étiquettes autographes. Manquent 12 nos. entre 1932 et 1939. La revue était reprit après la guerre avec le 8e année. - "La Revue Juive de de Genève relève de l'histoire spirituelle du judaïsme, mais elle a aussi sa place dans une histoire de la lutte contre l'antisémitisme ou de l'exil. Fondée par le philosophe et journaliste Josué Jéhouda dans le but de propager l'unité du peuple juif depuis Genève, berceau de la Société des Nations, cette riche revue menuselle parut de 1932 à 1948, à, l'exeption des années de guerre. Elle trouvait son inspiration chez le romancier Albert Cohen, éditeur de la Revue Juive publiée à Paris, et chez le poète André Spire. Elle participait à la lutte contre l'antisémitisme en préconisant avec force un universalisme idéaliste, basé sur la défense spirituelle et culturelle des valeurs juives. Jéhouda tenta de réconcilier la conception individuelle et sociale de la morale au sens que lui avait notamment donné le philosophe Henri Bergson et la relativisation moderne de toutes les valeurs, en définissant le judaïsme comme une entité à la fois religieuse et temporelle. Les personnalités qui s'exprimèrent dans cette revue au service de la défense spirituelle contre l'antisémitisme venaient de tous les horizons géographiques et culturels; parmi elles, Edmond Fleg, Alexandre Hérenger, Max Brod, Lion Feuchtwanger, Hugo Bergmann ou Jakob Klatzkin, mais aussi la direction politique du Congrès juif mondial." (Picard: La Suisse et les juifs. p. 139).

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        Post-War Speeches, 1945-1959: The Sinews of Peace; Europe Unite; In the Balance; Stemming the Tide; The Unwritten Alliance.

      London: Cassell and Company, 1948-61. ALL FIRST EDITIONS. Octavo. In five volumes. pp. 256; ix, 506; x, 456; x, 379; xi, 332. In publisher's orange, green, blue, pink and red cloth hardcovers respectively, gilt titles to spine, original printed dust-jackets. 'Stemming the Tide' has the second state jacket without the trim to the borders.No inscriptions or price-clipping. All clean and bright. A near-fine set with just a few rubs, nicks and marks, smartly housed in a new bespoke black cloth slip-case. Containing many of Churchill's most famous speeches, including 'The Sinews of Peace', given at Westminster College, Fulton Missouri on 5th March 1946. In this speech Churchill coined the term 'Iron Curtain', and thereby defined the ensuing Cold War period.

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        Iton Rishmi. First issue of the Official Gazette, containing the Declaration of Independence for the State of Israel.

      The Provisional Government of Israel Tel Aviv 1948 - Two leaves, 4pp., 33.5 x 20.5 cm, printed in black ink. Text in Hebrew. Very small marginal tears and fold marks. This first issue of Iton Rishmi contains the official publication of the Israeli Declaration of Independence, as read out by Ben Gurion. Iton Rishmi No. 1, Tel-Aviv, 14.5.1948. Includes the "Scroll of Independence" and a manifest by the Provisional State Council. Brief contents summary: 'Decree concerning the Establishment of the State of Israel' - In the Land of Israel the Jewish People have arisen . (a brief account follows of the events from the First Zionist Congress to date, including the Balfour Declaration) . Therefore we are gathered together, we, the members of the people's Government, the Leaders of the Hebrew Settlement and the Zionist Movement, on the day that marks the end of the British Mandate over the Land of Israel, and in accordance with the . decision of the Assembly of the United Nations, we hereby declare the establishment of the of the the Jewish State in the Land of Israel, that is, the State of Israel (Medinat Yisrael).' The names of all of the 37 members of the Provisional Government, headed by David Ben-Gurion, are listed on page 2. It also contains the annulment of the infamous 1939 White Paper restricting Jewish immigration to Palestine. An important document relating to the establishment of the State of Israel.

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      New York: Harcourt Brace & Co. (1948). [10], 1067 pp. 8vo. VG (text block sprung after p. 118 [as if a large envelope had been stored herein])/VG (some edge chipping, primarily to top edge).

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        Switchback - Complete with letter from Douglas Jerrold to George Orwell

      Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1948. Hardcover. Very Good. A first edition, first printing published by Eyre and Spottiswoode in 1948. A very good book without dust wrapper. Some off-setting to the rear board. Bumping to the corners and darkening to the page edges. Comes complete with a signed letter from Douglas Jerrold, head of Eyre and Spottiswoode [and Graham Greene's boss], to George Orwell. The letter reads: 'Dear George Orwell, I am sending with this letter Brian Lunn's autobiography which we are publishing on the 27th August. It is rather an unusual book and why, I think, amuse you as well as interest you. Yours Sincerely, Douglas Jerrold (signed). Complete with Orwell's address on official Eyre and Spottiswoode paper. This may have been Orwell's own copy.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        Crusade in Europe

      Doubleday, 1948 A near fine first edition in a very good dust jacket, inscribed by the President to the wife of Charles Merz,the editor of the New York Times, noting that it was inscribed at the home of the publisher of the New York Times. Merz was a leader of public support for the American war effort in World War II. He "effectively shaped the The Times's support of the draft." A major historic association copy of this important book. Laid in is a reproduction of Eisenhower's message to the troops before D-Day, with Eisenhower's signature reproduced at the bottom. This was provided by the publisher and it is also reproduced on the back panel of the dust jacket. First edition stated on the copyright page. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        Typed Letter, signed ("Harold L. Ickes") to Harry Barnard of Chicago, objecting to Barnard's preference for Carl Sandburg over Paul Douglas for the Senate

      Washington, D.C., 1948. One page on personal letterhead. Small pinholees in upper left corner, text unaffected. In brown cloth folder. One page on personal letterhead. Paul Douglas vs. Carl Sandburg for the Senate. Ickes (1874 -1952), former Secretary of the Interior under FDR (and briefly under Truman) and the administrator of the Public Works Administration, grew up in Chicago himself, and after leaving the administration, remained active not only in nationa but in Illinois politics. Here, in a letter to the newspaper columnist Harry Barbard of the CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Ickes opines: "A man whom I don't know has sent me a tear sheet from the CHICAGO DAILY NEWS of January 23 in which appears a communication from you with reference to the Senate situation in Illinois. I believe that I will not fall behind in my esteem for Carl Sandburg, but the suggestion of support for him for the Senate seems to me to be entirely futile. Neither can I understand your expressed opposition to Paul V. Douglas. I have known Douglas for years, and I believe that he would make a great Senator."You concluded that Mr. Douglas is for the Truman Doctrine as applied in Greece and Turkey because he is for the Marshall Plan for West Europe. This certainly is not necessarily so. Personally I have opposed the Truman Doctrine for Greece and Turkey from the very beginning. It was a bad conception, and it was done in too much of a hurry, and I believe that as a result of it, we are in a highly dangerous position in those two countries today … However, I am in favor of the Marshall Plan for Western Europe. I do not believe that Western Europe can recover economically without our aid, and if Europe doesn't take a nose dive …"Paul Douglas - not Carl Sandburg - served as Senator from Illinois from 1949-1961.

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        The Heart of the Matter - SIGNED by the Author

      Heinemann, 1948. Hardcover. Very Good. A first edition, first printing published by Heinemann in 1948. A first edition thus - signed by the author on the half-title. Greene signed a small number of copies for The Book Society as part of an arrangement to promote sales. A very good copy in a very good unclipped wrapper which is lightly rubbed, chipped and creased dustwrapper.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        The Heart of the Matter

      Heinemann, 1948. Hardcover. Very Good. A first edition, first printing published by Heinemann in 1948. A very good+ book without inscriptions. Foxing to the page edges. In a dust wrapper which has benefitted from some professional repairs to the spine and corners. unfaded spine with bright white lettering. Creasing and wear to the extremities.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        Cry, the Beloved Country

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1948. First American edition of the Paton's classic novel. Octavo, original cloth. Signed and dated by the author in the year of publication on the front free endpaper, "Alan Paton Johannesburg May 27, 1948." Some rubbing to the cloth in a very good dust jacket with light rubbing and wear. Rare and desirable signed in the year of publication. The most famous and important novel in South Africa's history, and an immediate worldwide bestseller when it was published in 1948, Alan Paton's impassioned novel about a black man's country under white man's law is a work of searing beauty. The eminent literary critic Lewis Gannett wrote, "We have had many novels from statesmen and reformers, almost all bad; many novels from poets, almost all thin. In Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country the statesman, the poet and the novelist meet in a unique harmony." "The greatest novel to emerge out of the tragedy of South Africa, and one of the best novels of our time" (The New Republic). Two cinema adaptations of the book have been made, the first in 1951, which was directed by Zoltan Korda, starring Canada Lee, Sidney Poitier, and Charles Carson. The second in 1995, starring James Earl Jones and Richard Harris. The novel was also adapted as a musical called Lost in the Stars (1949), with a book by the American writer Maxwell Anderson and music composed by the German emigre Kurt Weill.

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        Individualism and Economic Order

      University of Chicago Press 1948 - First edition. vii, 272 pp. Original blue cloth with gilt lettering. Very Good+, lacking scarce dust jacket. Spine lettering rubbed, tiny closed tear near head. Page 57 has a small ding to its fore edge and small crease. A few light, easily-erasable pencil brackets in margins but no ownership markings of any kind or bookplates. A collection of essays on the political and social implications of Hayaek's free market liberalism and its Marxist antithesis, quite rare in its first American printing. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Dandelion Cottage

      Evans Brothers Limited, London 1948 - Very scarce in dust jacket. This is a first UK edition with previous owner dedication dated 1948 and very minor foxing on FEP. DJ, now protected is price-clipped with minor edge wear and small closed tear to front right fold. Over all presents well. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Second World War - C C Wood's copies - Proof-reader to Churchill - SIGNED to volume 3 by Churchill

      Cassell, 1948. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printings, published by Cassell and Co., 1948. From the library of Charles Carlyle Wood, proofreader of this work for a new corrected edition (or indeed editions, judging from the span of dates). Six volumes. 8vo. Publisher's black cloth titled in gilt to spines. Very good indeed in like dustwrappers, light toning to spine panels, slight shelfwear, strong and handsome. Internally clean. Inscribed by Churchill to C. C. Wood, his proofreader, in Volume 3: "For C.C. Wood from Winston S. Churchill (not to be read by you) 1950". Also present (and indeed present in all volumes in varying forms; alongside a copious number of content changes, proof marks and marginal annotations is "Examined, no corrections marked herein May 1st 1952" in Wood's hand. All volumes are annotated as "marked copies" if nothing else, Volumes I, II and IV bearing ink notations to the dustwrappers, and all volumes having at least one or two corrections marked in the text. Volume I; "The Gathering Storm" is famously a mass of errors and inconsistencies, the publicising of which were catalytic in Churchill following Bill Deakin's advice and passing the job of proofreading on to Wood (who had previously worked as part of the Churchill machine during the production of "Marlborough" in the 1930's and would continue to be the sand in the gears for a good few years subsequently. The process of proofreading at Chartwell was known rather ruefully as "Wooding." This copy of Volume I is packed to the gunwales with corrections ranging from the repositioning of maps and charts, through simple corrections of spelling and punctuation (Churchill and Wodd differed vociferously on this subject, Wood was the original Grammar Nazi) by way of date, place and name corrections through to the occcasional plea for clarification. Also present in the volume are a hnumber of rather censorious editorial pencil comments in another hand; these are somewhat critical of WSC's honesty and integrity and comment on his gernal reliability in terms of historical accuracy. Also laid in to the prelims of Volume one is a copy (or mimeograph) of a typed note from Wood to Churchill thanking him in surprisingly florid fashion for the inscribed Volume III. Examples detailing the mechanical workflow of Churchill's literary team are rare, especially in the case of what could be considered his most important work. An impressive and unique record.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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      C.S.S.M. - [ Children's Special Service Mission ], LONDON - UK 1948 - Rare First Book by author; First Edition and First Printing with the original dustjacket. - States to inner prelim: 'Here is a truly delightful book, by a new writer, 'discovered' as a result of the Literature Competition organised by the C.S.S.M. - In the setting of the Malvern Hills, Miss St. John has told the story of a brother and sister whose experiences will fascinate all boys and girls who have any feeling for the wonders and beauties of Nature. The characters are natural and attractive. The definite Christian teaching is simply and effectively interwoven with the plot. - Condition Description: The original dustjacket is in a fairly good condition. The corner folds and top and bottom of the spine are chipped and creased with quite a few closed edge tears. In the main, the dustjacket is wholly present apart from these small chips mentioned. Overall, it is fairly clean and now housed in a removable archival sleeve. Blue cloth with black lettering and decoration to the spine. Minimal fading to the colour of the cloth on spine top and bottom. The rest is clean. Page block is tightly bound. Gift inscription to the first blank end-page, which is dated February 1949. The book was published in 1948. It is stated as 'FIRST PUBLISHED 1948' on the copyright page and no other dates or publications are mentioned. Few soiling marks through the book. Foxing is mainly noticeable to the page edges. Other than this, all pages are, clean, present and all tightly bound. - Thanks for looking. - Our orders are shipped within 1 or 2 business days. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CICLO. Revista bimestral. Arte, literatura, pensamiento, modernos. Nº 1 nov,/dic; Nº 2 marzo abril

      Boris Kordon e hijos 1948/49, Buenos Aires - "Debates On Aesthetics Iin The Second Phase Of Surrealism In Argentina". 2 vols.; 8vo; original wrappers. ALL PUBLISHED. THE "NEW" ARGENTINE AVANT-GARDE. In the second half of the 1940s a productive encounter took place in periodical publications of the time between the plastic arts and literature. This encounter led the way towards a new avant-garde aesthetic. The main thrust of this new aesthetic was to leave behind the preponderance of expressive elements in favor of pure invention. It is within this context that the journal CICLO appears, although its pages also dealt with topics of broader interest to the Americas, and included contemporary and international themes, as well as local production. Aldo Pellegrini, one of the periodical’s founders, was the creator of Surrealism in Argentina. These two issues of CICLO are printed in book format; both covers are illustrated with small portraits of artists, the first of Lazlo Mohogy-Nagy and the second of Piet Mondrian. From the first volume we highlight an article entitled "Surrealismo y surrealistas" ("Surrealism and Surrealists") from 1948, in which Aldo Pellegrini discusses the topic of Surrealism and its connections with political movements of the time. Another article worthy of mention, this one by Pellegrini and published in the second issue, is a long essay on "La conquista de lo maravilloso" ("The Conquest of the Marvelous"), a key topic in the construction of a Surrealist aesthetic. This second phase of the Argentine avant-garde, twenty years removed from the first one, sprang from a more mature outlook of this group of writers and artists who paved the way towards the development and fate of Surrealism in Argentina. 2vols. volumen(es)/volume(s) varias pp páginas [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members)]
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        Ohne Titel (1948). Abstrakter Expressionismus. Öl auf Holz. 36 x 25,5 cm. Monogrammiert.

      Hans Hofmann: Ohne Titel (1948). Abstrakter Expressionismus. Öl auf Holz. 36 x 25,5 cm. Monogrammiert. Bezüglich des Erhaltungszustandes sehen Sie sich bitte die Photos an. Das Bild hat vor allem im Randbereich Farbabplatzer. Auf der Rückseite des Werkes befindet sich ein Moisio-Photographie-Aufkleber aus den Vierziger Jahren des 20. Jahrhunderts, auf dem zusätzlich handschriftlich Hans Hofmann Provincetown 1948 vermerkt ist. Diese Arbeit Hofmanns stammt aus dem Besitz des Photographen Walfred Moisio (1910-2002). Hans Hofmann, einen der bedeutendsten abstrakten Maler des 20. Jahrhunderts, gilt es in Deutschland noch zu entdecken. Ausgebildet in München und Paris, wo er Künstlern wie Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Juan Gris und Georges Rouault begegnete, etablierte sich der gebürtige Mittelfranke von 1930 an in den USA. Mit außerordentlich erfolgreichen Kunstschulen in New York und Provincetown übte er eine nachhaltige Wirkung auf eine ganze Generation amerikanischer Künstler der Nachkriegszeit aus. Er gilt als Katalysator des Abstrakten Expressionismus und beeinflusste Maler wie Jackson Pollock, Helen Frankenthaler, Lee Krasner, Philip Guston, Robert Motherwell oder Barnett Newman maßgeblich. Seine stilistisch variantenreichen, in kraftvollen Farben virtuos gestalteten Gemälde wurden in allen führenden Museen der USA ausgestellt und fanden Eingang in deren Sammlungen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Bibliakos / Dr. Ulf Kruse]
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        10 Original-Photographien. Deset malíru. Úvodní básen Jaroslava Seiferta, kresby a úprava Karla Svolinského.

      4 Bl. Text, 10 Original-Photos im Format 30 x 24 cm der tschechischen Maler Cyril Bouda, Emil Filla, Ludvík Kuba, Josef Lada, Vojtech Sedlácek, Karel Svolinský, Václav Spála, Max Svabinský, Frantisek Tichý und Jan Zrzavy. - Alle Fotografien im unteren Rand von den Porträtierten signiert (mit Ausnahme von Václav Spála, der 1948 bereits verstorben war). Das Beiblatt signiert von Jaroslav Seifert und Frantisek Vopat. Alle Fotos verso mit dem Atelierstempel Vopats versehen, in illustr. Orig.-Kartonflügelmappe. Bester Zustand.

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        RAR Eames Plastic Armchair. Schaukelstuhl.

      - Das Designerpaar Charles & Ray Eames gehört zu den bedeutendsten Designer-Persönlichkeiten des 20. Jahrhunderts, ihre zeitlosen Entwürfe zählen zu den Inkunabeln einer zeitlosen, am Bauhaus orientierten Avantgarde. Ihre bahnbrechenden Beiträge zu Architektur, Möbel- und Industriedesign, sowie ihre Haltung zur und Nutzung von Fotografie machten sie unsterblich, ihre Möbel werden bis heute (hierzulande bei Vitra International in Weil am Rhein) gebaut und sind in den wichtigen Museen der Welt ausgestellt. In der Produktentwicklung waren sie die Vorreiter: 1948 glückte ihnen der erste Stuhl aus Kunststoff, der überhaupt in Serienproduktion ging. Ihr eigenes Wohnhaus, das »Case Study House No. 8« in Kalifornien, setzte seinerzeit Maßstäbe: Das Innovative im Entwurf der Architektur, im Design des Interieurs und in der ungewöhnlichen Kombination der verwendeten Materialien und ihre Behandlung in den Details machen das Eames-Haus zu eine Mekka für Architekten und Designer der ganzen Welt. Es wird als eines der bedeutendsten Bauwerke der Nachkriegszeit weltweit anerkannt. Die für das Haus gebauten Möbel werden bis heute produziert, die »Vintage-« Originalmöbel erzielen auf dem Sammlermarkt exorbitante Preise und bilden eine sichere Wertanlage. Mit einer kleinen aber feinen Auswahl an Eames-Produkten möchten wir das Designerpaar würdigen und Ihnen einen unvergänglichen Wert ans Herz legen, sei es für Zuhause oder für die Praxis. Der legendäre »fiberglass chair« war der erste industriell gefertigte Stuhl aus Kunststoff. 1948 präsentierten Charles und Ray Eames den Entwurf des Stuhls auf dem Wettbewerb »International Competition for Low Cost Furniture«, der vom Museum of Modern Art in New York ausgeschrieben wurde. Die organisch geformte Sitzschale aus glasfaserverstärktem Kunststoff wurde später mit unterschiedlichen Untergestellen, wie beispielsweise den hier angebotenen Schaukelkufen des RAR, kombiniert und millionenfach produziert. In ihrer aktuellen Version aus Polypropylen bieten die Armchairs einen nochmals verbesserten Sitzkomfort, er sollte allerdings nicht länger als nötig in der Sonne ausgesetzt sein, dann könnte er verfärben. Mit seinen Kufen und seinem klassisch-zeitlosen Design wertet er das Kinder- oder Wohnzimmer ebenso auf wie die Praxis. 67 hoch x 62,5 breit, 52 cm tief, Sitzhöhe 33 cm, Schaukelstuhluntergestell verchromt mit Ahornkufen gebeizt (RAR), Sitzschale durchgefärbt aus Polypropylen, Farbe weiß.

      [Bookseller: Frölich und Kaufmann]
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        Photos 1954 - 1995. Hrsg. von Ulrich Binder & Pietro Mattiolo.

      gr.-4, 229 S. mit vielen, teils farbigen Fotos, Illustr. Orig.-Pappband. Erste Ausgabe.- Erste große Publikation des schweizer Fotografen, der seit 1948 im Homosexuellen- und Jugendmilieu fotografierte.- Eine Ecke minimal bestossen, schönes Exemplar.

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      Reading, Pennsylvania: Fantasy Press, 1948. First edition. Spine lightly faded, nearly fine copy in a nearly fine dust jacket with a touch of edge rubbing and a small closed tear to upper rear panel. Laid into this copy is a four page promotional leaflet announcing this book and listing other Fantasy Press titles. (14035). Octavo, jacket illustration by A.J. Donnell, cloth. One of 500 numbered copies signed by Heinlein, this is copy #301 inscribed to Edward Kuss. First published in Astounding Science Fiction magazine. Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 3-197. Survey of Science Fiction Literature I, pp. 207-12. In 333.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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      Sauk City: Arkham House, 1948. First trade edition, first hardcover edition. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket with just a touch of rubbing to the black background ink. A sharp copy and uncommon in this condition. (18754). Octavo, illustration by Virgil Finlay, cloth. 2137 copies printed. The author's first book (reprinting what is perhaps his best short story) first published in book form in 1938 as a paperbound Christmas booklet. Barron (ed.): Fantasy Literature 3-309. Cawthorn and Moorcock, Fantasy: The 100 Best Books 53.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1948. First edition. Lower corners gently bumped, a very good copy in a very good dust jacket with rubbing to the jacket folds and spine ends, minor loss at corner tips and a small rub spot to rear panel. (12724). Octavo, illustrated by Clifford N. Geary, cloth. Heinlein's second young adult SF novel. Influenced by the author's experience at the U.S. Naval Academy.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        I shall spit on your graves - With an introduction by Boris Vian

      Bok. Vendome 1948, 201 sid engelsk text. Häftad, rätt slitet ex, pärmarna nästan lösa. Namnad. Googla gärna den för mer info. Fler bilder om så önskas. 3 bilder här, framsida, baksida och rygg.

      [Bookseller: Geronimo]
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        Crusade in Europe

      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1948. Thick octavo. Illustrations in text. Original tan cloth, black title block on spine, top edges gilt, others uncut. Accompanied by a letter from Buel F. Weare of the New York Herald Tribune, to Daniel Nicoll of The Paul Block Newspapers, 4 November 1948: "Please accept [the enclosed book] with General Eisenhower's best wishes. We at the Herald Tribune deeply appreciate your help in making possible the newspaper publication of one of the most interesting and significant documents of our time." The frontispiece comprises: Printed document signed ("Dwight D. Eisenhower"). "Order of the Day, 6 June 1944". One page, octavo. Eisenhower's D-Day address to the troops, his Order of the Day for 6 June 1944, as Allied forces embarked for Normandy and the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe: "Soldiers, sailors and Airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force! You are about to embark on the Great Crusade, towards which we have striven these many months. The eyes of the world are upon you. The hopes and prayers of liberty-loving people everywhere march with you. In company with our brave Allies and brothers-in-arms on other fronts, you will bring about the destruction of the German war machine, the elimination of Nazi tyranny over the oppressed peoples of Europe, and security for ourselves in a free world...". Slightest rubbing to spine; lacking publisher's slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts]
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      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1948. First edition. Previous owners bookplate along with his personal ink stamp to front free end paper, several scratches to rear cover, otherwise a fine copy in a fine dust jacket with small (7mm) closed tear to upper left front panel at spine fold and touch of rubbing to spine ends, title lettering on spine panel shows a touch of age tanning. A very attractive copy. (11610). Octavo, illustrated by Clifford Geary, cloth. Heinlein's second young adult SF novel. Influenced by the author's experience at the U.S. Naval Academy.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Technical Analysis of Stock Trends - 1st Edition

      Stock Trend Service 1948 - Stock Trend Service, 1948. Hard cover, first edition. Has some minor spotting to the cover, otherwise VG condition with no dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Turgid Tomes]
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        Space Cadet

      New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1948.. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.[10]; 242; [2]. Publisher's dark blue cloth with titles in light blue to spine and spaceman on upper board. In the original pictorial dust-jacket. Some toning to endpapers, corners ever so slightly bumped and rubbed, dust-jacket chipped and rubbed to the head and tail of spine panel, and to the corners, shows very well. Very good.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Unerring Instinct

      New York: American Brotherhood The National Conference of Christians and Jews, No Date [1948]. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to. Simple printed 12 pp typescript. Little known publication of this one act play by Wilder. A very good copy in tall stapled wrappers. Among the scarcer of Wilder's output. OCLC locates just one copy at Yale who dates this circa 1948.

      [Bookseller: Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A. ]
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      Aux dépens d'un Groupe de Bibliophiles, pour quelques Bibliophiles avertis, s.d. (vers 1940) 1948 - LA DUCHESSE OU LA FEMME SYLPHIDE par Restif de la Bretonne, illustré d'eaux-fortes en couleurs. Aux dépens de quelques bibliophiles, s.d. (1948) 1 volume in-4 (28 x 23 cm), 125-(2) pages, 19 eaux-fortes en couleurs hors-texte et 1 eau-forte à mi-page dans le texte. Fleuron priapique en couleurs sur la page de titre imprimée en 3 couleurs. Complet, parfait état intérieur. Papier de qualité, très épais. Superbe tirage des eaux-fortes en couleurs. Reliure de l'époque plein maroquin caramel beurre salé, dos à nerfs, auteur et titre dorés, filet à froid sur les plats, doublure et garde de papier marbré fait main, tête dorée, non rogné, relié sur brochure, couverture conservée. Excellent état. Léger frottement sur un nerf. TIRAGE A 240 EXEMPLAIRES SEULEMENT. CELUI-CI, UN DES 190 EXEMPLAIRES SUR PAPIER LANA CHIFFON AVEC L’ÉTAT DÉFINITIF DES 20 EAUX-FORTES EN COULEURS. Références : Dutel, Bibliographie des ouvrages érotiques publiés clandestinement en français entre 1920 et 1970, n°1441 ; inconnu de Pia ; aucun exemplaire au CCfr (Bibliothèque nationale de France et autres bibliothèques de France) ; absent de l'Enfer donc . "Une femme doit avoir l'air sylphide : un soulier plat lui donne l'air matériel ; au lieu qu'un talon haut l'empêche de toucher la terre en quelque sorte et en fait une créature céleste [.] Parmi nous, les Duchesses s'en tiennent presque toutes à ce dernier privilège : elles font les Sylphides chez elles, vont quelquefois se montrer à la Cour, s'enorgueillissent d'un sourire, d'un regard de la souveraine, et reviennent dans leur palais faire le même rôle qu'elles ont vu faire à leur égard. [.]" (Rétif de la Bretonne) La Femme-Sylphide ou Femme-Sylfide est une nouvelle tirée des Contemporaines de Rétif de la Bretonne parues pour la première fois en 1783. La première édition séparée de ce texte date de 1946 seulement (Paris, Librairie Lefrançois, 1946). Cette première édition séparée, de petit format, est ornée d'un frontispice et d'une planche hors-texte de Marcel Jean. L'édition de 1948 (date fournie par Dutel) que nous proposons ici est peu connue et Dutel ne donne aucun nom d'illustrateur pour cette superbe suite de 20 eaux-fortes en couleurs. Personne ne semble d'ailleurs s'être risqué à en donner un. Il s'agit pourtant d'un grand artiste au trait sûr et délicat. BEL EXEMPLAIRE DE CE SUPERBE ET RARE LIVRE ÉROTIQUE CLANDESTIN ILLUSTRÉ. TRÈS RARE EN PLEINE RELIURE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie L'amour qui bouquine]
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      Sauk City: Arkham House, 1948. First edition. A fine copy, head of spine slightly bumped, in a fine dust jacket, touch of rubbing to head of spine panel. The Arkham edition is quite scarce being signed. (10690). Octavo, pp. [1-6] [1-3] 4-235 [236: blank] [237: colophon] [238: blank], illustration by Frank Utpatel, cloth. Signed inscription by Harley on the front free end paper: "With the best wishes of the/ the writer,/ Leslie Hartley." The author's first collection issued in the U.S. culled from two U.K. titles and some unpublished manuscripts. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-80. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 4-113.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Dark Carnival

      Hamish Hamilton 1948 - UK First Edition, First Printing (Hamish Hamilton, 1948). Signed and dated by the author to the front endpaper. Only 3,112 copies of the American First Edition were produced by Arkham House in October of the previous year. Minor compression to head of spine; edges lightly toned with foxing; a little spotting to front and rear paste-downs and endpapers; inscription to front endpaper. Original dust jacket is price-clipped with some chipping to spine tips and corners; small closed tear to top corner of front panel; rear panel lightly toned. A great, signed, first edition copy of the author's first book! [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fine Book Cellar]
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      FRATELLI BOCCA, MILANO 1948 - ITALIANO Annualità completa dell'opera a cura di Cesare Lombroso, in fascicoli rilegati assieme con coperta rigida, piatti bordeaux con lievissimi segni di usura, dorso nero con titoli d'oro ed adesivo numerico al piede, molti interventi di altrettanti medici in pagine brunite ai bordi causa tempo e con lievissima fioritura, illustrazioni in nero nei testi, vari timbri al frontespizio

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        LADY AFRAID.

      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1948., 1948. First edition. First edition. Author's third book to appear using his own name. Page edges uniformly tanned, else near fine in dust jacket with very light wear to spine ends and the extremities. The author is best known as the creator of Doc Savage, The Man Of Bronze. Set in Florida a young woman is tricked into leaving her young son, and when she returns he is gone .... kidnapped! As it develops the kidnapped child is of great concern, but the deeper motives of the kidnapper are decidedly more significant. Crime Club mystery.

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        Tarzan and The Lost Empire1948-ERB-hardback cover-fire survivor-original dj-VF+

      Burroughs 1948 - -By Edgar Rice Burroughs -Hardback book in original dust jacket -Tan-grey binding -This copy survived the Burroughs warehouse fire in the 1950's. It does have a couple of smoke stains on the spine. It was that close to the flames -Small chip missing from the bottom of the dust cover Condition: VF+

      [Bookseller: DTA Collectibles]
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