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      J. Saville & Co. 1922 - 1st 1922. Very good condition. Enid Blyton's first book for children. Oblong format. Yellow pictorial cardwraps. 24 pages. A book of poems for children. Covers edge slightly rubbed and covers just a little grubby. Some pale brown marks to contents and some foxspots. This is a nice copy of a very scarce book. This copy would make a wonderful gift. [R] [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books, PBFA]
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         The Man Who Knew Too Much

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1922. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Foxing to edge of page block and to dust jacket, else an unusually Fine copy in a Fine dust jacket. Served as the basis for the Alfred Hitchcock film bearing the same name, in which Doris Day performed the song "Que Sera, Sera.

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      1922. [one of 50 copies - unopened] A Story. [Edinburgh:] Fifty Copies printed for the Author for Private Distribution only, 1922. Original green cloth. First Edition of what is considered to be Joseph Conrad's first piece of fiction -- though not published until 1922 (fifty copies printed at the Dunedin Press in Edinburgh). Conrad had written this tale in 1886, while still a first mate at sea, as an entry in a "Sailors' Competition" put on that year by George Newnes's magazine Tit-Bits; Conrad did not win, and the draft he submitted is lost. He re-wrote it later, and it appeared in the April 1908 issue of London Magazine; after this 1922 private printing (which Conrad arranged through Thomas J. Wise), it would finally be collected in the posthumous 1925 volume TALES OF HEARSAY.~Conrad never recognized "The Black Mate" as his first fiction, saying "It is an extraneous phenomenon. My literary life began privately in 1890 [actually 1889] and publically in 1895 with ALMAYER'S FOLLY, which is generally regarded as my very first piece of writing. However, the history of the 'Black Mate', its origin, etc., need not be proclaimed on the housetops, and ALMAYER'S FOLLY may keep its place as my first serious work" [quoted in Cagle]. Quoting from Sarkar,~'The Black Mate' is Conrad's disowned child so to speak... Conrad was translating his own psychological problem of an early love, and later he wanted to disown it, particularly when he was an established author, simply because it was a translation of his passion and nothing more... 'The Black Mate' is life and not literature and Conrad was afraid to betray the secret source of his literary achievement so unadorned, as one would be unwilling to disrobe one's bride in full public view.~This is a fine copy, with the leaves still unopened; its only flaw is a bump to the bottom edge of the front board. In our experience, THE BLACK MATE is curiously scarcer than any of the numerous 25-copy booklets that Wise published for Conrad during 1919-1920 (this is the first copy we have offered since 1998); perhaps something happened to many of the 50 copies?Cagle A55b.

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         Cy Comencent Les Chroniques de Jherusalem Abregies [manuscript facsimile of the original Chronicles of the Crusades in the Austrian National Library]

      [Vienna 1922 - (21 x 11 inches). 34 pages, on fine vellum, written in a batarde hand in red and black ink. 2 full-page and 83 half-page, quarter-page, and column width miniatures illuminated in full color and burnished gold, numerous illuminated initials, all within alternating red and blue borders with gold decoration. Original vellum over bevelled oak boards. Housed in a black morocco backed box. Provenance: Ralph C. Runyon (letters by the artist laid in) Astounding manuscript facsimile of a celebrated illuminated manuscript account of the Second Crusade. The Croniques de Jherusalem is among the prized possessions of the Austrian National Library. The richly illuminated codex, of which this manuscript is a painstaking exact copy, was prepared on behalf of Phillip the Good, (also known as Phillip III, Duke of Burgundy) circa 1450. Recent scholarship has attributed the original to the Master of Girart de Rouissillon, naming the codex as among his finest works. Phillip the Good is best remembered for his extravagant court, his taste for luxury and his patronage of the arts. During his reign, some six hundred illuminated manuscripts were commissioned, including the Croniques de Jherusalem. The original manuscript came into possession of Emperor Mathias and was passed down by inheritance to Emperor Max I, being notable enough to be mentioned in the inventory of the Treasury at that time. In the mid-18th century, the codex passed to the Imperial Library, later to be renamed the National Library. In 1922, artist, antiquary and publisher Annete von Eckardt was given permission to copy the famed manuscript, which to that time had not been reproduced. Von Eckardt, perhaps best known for her relationship with Franz Marc, was an extraordinary artist and colourist, as evidenced by this manuscript. In a note laid in, Eckardt describes the two year process by which she accomplished the work: "The original miniatures are shown very rarely and only by exceptional permission. Thanks to the kindness of the Director Herr Smital for two long years of tedious work it was possible to copy leaf by leaf with the aid of a magnifying glass. Again and again every detail of the work was compared with the original, while the precious leaves were kept under a protecting sheet of glass. Great difficulties were produced by the poor light in the library, which being situated in the old in period castle is entirely equipped in the style of the middle ages. Of course to execute the minute work of the miniatures no ordinary water-colours could be used: the lapis lazuli blue, scarlet red, turquois green had to be prepared with the aid of the yellow of eggs, honey, etc. etc. All the gold consists of pure gold and is finished by polishing with an agate style and will never tarnish. Such difficult and tedious copying of precious and antique masterpieces can hardly be expected, if at all, more than once. Therefore, this exquisite work of art, the Chronology of the Crusades, will ever be increasing in value as time goes on." An extraordinary work of art. Cf. Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod. 2533. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Die Rote Erde. 2. Folge, Erstes Buch.

      Die Rote Erde, hrsg. von Karl Lorenz, A. Harms Verlag Hamburg 1922, 2. Folge, erstes Buch mit 25 Orig.-Holzschnitten sowie 5 Orig.-Linolschnitten von Achmann, Steegemann, Opfermann u. a., zudem reicher Abbildungsteil von expressionistischen Kunstwerken. Umschlag etwas angeschmutzt, innen anfangs einige Seiten etwas fleckig, dann aber durchweg ordentlich und komplett mit allen Grafiken, Exemplar 170 von 400. Seltene und gesuchte expressionistische Zeitschrift. Privatverkauf unter Ausschluß der Gewährleistung

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         Ulysses James Joyce Rare 1922 The Egoist Press

      The Egoist Press 1922 - This book is in good condition. The book has been rebound in black hardcover binding with gilt lettering to the front cover and spine. There is a bookstamp on the top edge and on the title page, a bookplate in the front and no markings of any other kind. The hinges have been reinforced. The half title page has been reinforced with clear tape around its edges There is a small closed tear repaired with clear tape on the title page. The limitation page is missing. A few pages have some light foxing., but most of the book is clean. The last ten pages have a light stain in their margin. This is the second printing of this book, done by the Egoist Press in 1922. This is # 389 of only 2000 copies printed. A hard to find very early edition of Joyce's classic work. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Lion's End, Antiquarian Books]
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         Modes et manières d'aujourd'hui. Dixième année.

      Paris, 1922 - Plein maroquin rouge janséniste, dos à nerfs, titre, auteur, date et lieu dorés, couvertures et dos conservés. [M. MARTIN]. Ouvrage illustré d?une vignette de titre et de douze bois originaux gravés en couleurs par Fernand Siméon, hors-texte.Tirage à 300 exemplaires, celui-ci un des 271 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin de Cuve.Ouvrage enrichi d'une carte de visite et de son enveloppe, le tout monté sur onglet : "René Krémer, rédacteur en chef de la revue Rester jeune est heureux de vous offrir une de ses dernières éditions à tirage limité". Enveloppe adressée au pharmacien Georges Gay, académie scientifique de Beauté. Il s?agit de la septième et dernière publication de la série «Modes et manières d?aujourd?hui», dont la parution démarre en 1912.Les plus grands artistes de l?époque y ont participé : Georges Lepape (1912), Charles Martin (1913), George Barbier (1914 et 1914-1919), André Marty (1919), Robert Bonfils (1920) et Siméon (1922).Cette série réunit le meilleur de la mode du début du XXe siècle [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Untitled (SIGNED by Pierre Noury: Limited Ed. Colored Engraving)

      Printed in France, 1922 or 1927. - A colored engraving is hand SIGNED by the French artist Pierre Noury, signed in pencil at bottom right; numbers on the left side of the print reads: "27 - 2zo" and believe to be the European way of numbering, so editions size is beleiveed to be #2 from edition of 27; paper size: 27 x 21 in, image size: 22 x 14-3/4in, matt size: 28-3/4 x 24in; Printed on "Rives RFK"; originally on the back of matt- that was removed - it stated "Printed in France"; there is a tiny nick at top left of image at border and slightly into the blue sky; some very tiny acid marks in the blue sky from the original card board backing; PLEASE NOTE: the paper is glued to the original matt right to the edges of the image of the print (the paper probably could be removed by a professional paper restore but we are selling it glued to original matt); but the image is in over all in GOOD COND. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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         DEFINITION OF CONSTRUCTIVISM] Konstruktivizm [i.e. Constructivism]

      Tverskoe izdatel'stvo, Tver' 1922 - [2], 70 pp. 23,5x20 cm. In original letterpress wrappers attributed to Aleksandr Rodchenko. Very good. Occasional pencil markings in the text, a few small tears of the wrappers, tiny bits of the spine missing. First edition. One of 2000 copies. Very rare. Aleksei Gan's Constructivism was the first theoretical work of constructivist movement and became its declaration. He defined its three core principles - tectonics, texture and construction which made artists and architects in his words 'constructors' who must focus on the fusion of art with everyday life to create a system of design where ''everything will be conceived in a technical and functional way'' - a fitting contribution to the great task of building the new communist society. Aleksei Gan (1893-1942) was a Russian avant-grade artist and art theorist, a key figure among Russia's post-revolutionary avant-garde, working across theatre, architecture, graphics and cinema. The book was penned, typeset and printed by Gan himself. His layout is one of the first experiments in Constructivist typography and graphic design. Worldcat locates physical copies in Art Institute of Chicago, Getty, Harvard, Met, MOMA, Princeton, Stanford, NYPL, National Gallery of Art Library, University of Michigan, Ohio State University, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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         100 Deutsche Meisterexlibris.

      Wien, Artur Wolf Verlag. 1922 - 23 x 31,5 x 5,5 cm. 6 S. (Titel, Geleitwort und Inhaltsverzeichnis), 99 (von 100) auf Papier montierten Originalradierungen. Lose Blätter In Originalhalbleinwandkassette. Originalausgabe. Nr. 90 von 300 Exemplaren der Normalausgabe. 50 Exemplare wurden auf Bütten gedruckt und sind teils signiert. Bei der vorliegenden Normalausgabe wurden die Radierungen auf Velinpapier abgezogen. Eine repräsentative Auswahl der wichtigsten Exlibriskünstler Deutschlands, Österreichs und der Schweiz der frühen 20er Jahre. Mit Arbeiten von Mathilde Ade (1), E.Amadeus Dier (7), Emil Anner (1), Melly Bachrich (3), Hans Bastanier (1), Franz von Bayros (7), Alfons Bosco (1), Alfred Cossmann (1), Fritz Czuczra (1), Josef Dieveky (1), Hans Frank (2), Willi Geiger (2), Eduard Gärtner (1), Moritz v. Gruenewaldt (2), Margit Gaal (1), Ferdinand Götting (1), Alfred Hagel (4), Ludwig Hesshaimer (4), Bruno Héroux (2), Felix Hollenberg (1), Luigi Kasimir (2), Paul Kirnig (1), Sascha Kronburg (1), Alois Kolb (1), Adolf Kunst (1), Max Klinger (1), Rduolf Keller (1), Koro Otel (1), Oskar Laske (1), B. Lark-Horowitz (3), A.v.Leskoschek (1), Kurt Libesny (5), Christian L. Martin (1), Heinrich Mayer (1), Fritz Mock (1), Carl Pauer v.Arlau (3 von 4), M.E. Philipp (2, Hugo Paulus (1), Emil Ranzenhofer (1), Karl Ritter (3), Marie Reissel (1), Alexander Rothaug (2), Erich Schütz (4), B. Stefferl (2), Rolf Schott (3), Otto Silberer (1), Alfred Soder (1), Ferdinand Staeger (1), Auguste Sommer (1), Otto Tauschek (1), Hans Volkert (1), Franz Windhager (1), Ilona Wittrisch (2), Michael v. Zichy (2). - Kassettekanten leicht berieben und bestossen, eine Kante lose beiliegend. Sprache: Deutschutsch [Attributes: First Edition]

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         The Writings

      Constable and Company Limited, London 1922 - London: Constable and Company Limited, 1922. Full leather. Sixteen volumes. Octavo. The Complete Writings of Herman Melville. The Standard Edition limited to seven hundred and fifty copies which this is number 24 and includes the first printing of Billy Budd, title pages printed blue and black ink, title includes Typee, Omoo, Mardi, Redburn, White Jacket, Moby Dick or the Whale, Pierre, The Piazza Tales, Israel Potter, The Confidence-Man, Billy Budd, Clarel, Poems. Bound In full navy blue morocco, spine gilt in compartments of nautical motif of sail ship, gilt title, raised bands, top edge gilt, marbled endpaper. A handsome set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Fernsicht aus einer Waldlichtung heraus.

      - Federlitho. v. Rudolf Pichler, dat. 1922, 32,5 x 43 Blattgr. 45 x 53,5 Das Zentralmotiv mit einer jungen Frau im Vordergrund. Rechts von einem Ritter mit Wappenschild und links einer Burgfrau mit Gebäudemodell in der Hand begrenzt. Rundum gefasst mit filigranen, floralen Motiven, unten eingearbeitet Putti mit Instrumenten und Schreibutensilien. Sehr dichtes und nahezu einwandfreies Blatt von Rudolf Pichler ( Urfahr/Oberöstrreich 1874 - 1950 Wien). Unter der Burgfrau im Stein signiert und datiert ('96?!). Rechts unten handschriftlich signiert und datiert 1922. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         Otto Dix: Maud Arizona (Suleika das tätowierte Wunder)

      1922 - Kaltnadel auf Papier. 37 x 27,5 cm. Signiert betitelt und datiert. Ex. 7/50. Blatt 5 der Folge Zirkus. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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      The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1922., Cleveland - First edition. Two volumes. 8vo. VOLUME I: Red cloth, gold stamping on spine, 346 pp., teg., frontispiece, preface, introduction, illustrated, folding map at rear of text. Former owner's bookplate, else a fine, bright copy. VOLUME II: Red cloth, gold stamping on spine, 306 pp., teg., frontispiece, illustrated, folding map, afterword, index. Former owner's bookplate, else a fine, bright copy. Introduction by General Charles King, U.S.V. The Arthur H. Clark bibliography and history #115 says, "This classic Clark title recounts the federal government's attempt to open a road north from the Oregon Trail through the Powder River country, hunting grounds of the Sioux, in the late 1860's. Containing previously unpublished narratives, this work has served as a valuable reference tool for students of the Northern Plains." A fine, tight set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Siddhartha (First Edition)

      Fischer, Berlin 1922 - First Edition, First Printing ("Erste bis sechste Auflage" as called for on copyright page). A very good copy with the usual fading and splitting at the spine of the fragile paper boards, a 1/2 inch chip at the top of the spine (could be easily repaired), previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown; a somewhat better copy that usually found of this notoriously fragile book. Text in original German. A high spot of world literature and a cult classic of major significance. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      First English edition, one of 2000 copies. 4to., original blue wrappers, printed in white. Uncut, with an old (original?) tissue outer wrapper, slightly defective at folds but basically complete. Paris, John Rodker, published for the Egoist Press, London. 

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.]
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      London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1922. FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY signed by the author. Octavo (19 x 13cm), pp.318; [2], blank. Publisher's mid-blue cloth, titled and ruled in dark blue. Printed map endpapers. Moderate wear to cloth, corners rubbed, spine toned. Very good. With author's note to half-title "To Mary Trevelyan / with love from / John Buchan / J[anuar]y: 1922". The recipient was the younger sister of Gertrude Bell, and wife of Sir Charles Trevelyan MP, the last surviving member of Ramsay MacDonald's first British Labour Cabinet. Blanchard A53.

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         The Antilynching Bill, Speech of Hon John R. Tyson, of Alabama.

      1922 - An Alabama Congressman Attacks the Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill Tyson, John Russell [1856-1923]. The Antilynching Bill, Speech of Hon. John R. Tyson, of Alabama, In the House of Representatives, Wednesday, January 18, 1922. Washington: [Government Printing Office], 1922. 15 pp. Stapled pamphlet in self-wrappers, light toning, some wear to edges. $500. * Directed at punishing lynching and mob violence, the Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill was introduced in 1918 by Representative Leonidas C. Dyer, a Republican from St. Louis, Missouri. It was re-introduced in subsequent sessions through 1922. Tyson, a former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, denounces the bill as an attempt by the federal government to intrude on states' rights. The bill passed the House on January 26, 1922, but its passage was halted by a filibuster by Southern Democrats in the Senate. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         The Man Who Knew Too Much

      Harper & Brothers 1922 - First edition, first printing. Foxing to edge of page block and to dust jacket, else an unusually Fine copy in a Fine dust jacket. Served as the basis for the Alfred Hitchcock film bearing the same name, in which Doris Day performed the song "Que Sera, Sera." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         [Photo Album]: Overpass being built in Kensington, Ohio 1922

      Kensignton, Ohio, 1922. Near Fine. Oblong octavo. String-tied gray cloth over paper boards with "Photographs" stamped on the front boards. An album of 68 sepia toned photographs each measuring 1.5" x 2.5" each captioned by hand. Near fine with slight fading on the boards with about fine or better photos. A photo album kept by a citizen of Kensington, Ohio documenting the construction of a railroad undergrade bridge overpass in 1922. The photos show the sights of the town including Town Hall and "Charley Bixby's Famous Boiled Liver Restaurant and Hotel Deluxe" before showing the work being done on the railroad in September of 1922. Throughout the album are photos of equipment such as concrete mixers and pile drivers, newly erected abutments, and men working on the tracks. The photographer was likely part of the work crew as the captions are full of quips and nicknames, for instance one page is dedicated to "the professor." One photo of three workers sitting on the tracks is captioned, "prutty durn hot" and another reads, "cuple of sheeks?"A unique view of a town wide project and the men who made it happen.

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      London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1922.. FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY signed by the author. Octavo (19 x 13cm), pp.318; [2], blank. Publisher's mid-blue cloth, titled and ruled in dark blue. Printed map endpapers. Moderate wear to cloth, corners rubbed, spine toned. Very good. With author's note to half-title "To Mary Trevelyan / with love from / John Buchan / J[anuar]y: 1922". The recipient was the younger sister of Gertrude Bell, and wife of Sir Charles Trevelyan MP, the last surviving member of Ramsay MacDonald's first British Labour Cabinet.

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      A. Bieleveld, Brussels 1922 - INSCRIBED BY MAURICE WIDY IN YEAR-OF-PUBLICATION on the dedication page. A solid copy to boot of the 1922 1st edition. Tight and VG in its pictorial wrappers, with photographic paste-on to the front panel. Somewhat pronounced foxing along the panels (especially the rear panel) and light wear at the spine. Former owner name as well at the front free endpaper. Still though, very presentable. Octavo, issue #1 in the wonderful "Bibliotheque des Sciences Cinegraphiques" series, published in Brussels. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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      [Sao Paulo:] Seccao cartográfica da Comp. Litographica Ypiranga, . 1922 - Colour off-set print, dissected into 2 large sections and mounted upon original linen, original folds (Very Good, just some light wear along dissection edges and original folds; and slight fraying to edges of linen), 112.5 x 66.5 cm (44 x 26 inches). This rare and highly attractive wall map of Brazil was commissioned by the Jornal do Brasil, a leading daily newspaper, to commemorate the centenary of the independence of the country (Brazil attained its sovereignty from Portugal in 1822). The map was published in São Paulo by the cartography division of Companiha Litographica Ypiranga, a popular printer of books and ephemera.The map is beautifully designed, showcasing all of Brazil in it majesty. Each of the republic’s 22 divisions (20 states, 1 territory, and 1 Federal District), are defined in their own bright colours, with their new limits according to the 1921 Brazilian Conference on Interstate Boundaries (as explained in the text, lower-left corner). The capital of Brazil was then Rio de Janeiro, with the Federal District comprising of only a tiny (1.164 sq. km) portion of Rio’s old town. Moreover, the map depicts the rectangular ‘Futuro Districto Federal’, carved out of Goiás state, in Central Brazil, being the recently designated future site of Brasilia (which would not become the national capital until 1960). The ‘Convencoes’ table, lower-left, identifies symbols used the designate various levels of major cities and towns (including state capitals); the locations of lighthouses; the delineation of overland and submarine telegraph lines and radio telegraph stations; the routes of railway lines (solid red lines – completed; intermittent red – under construction); as well as oceanic and inland shipping routes. In the lower-right corner of the map is a magnificent cartouche, festooned with national symbols, containing portraits of the rulers of Brazil since 1822: including its two emperors (Dom Pedro I & II) and its eleven presidents (Brazil became a republic in 1889), including the dates of their administration. Below is a fascinating statistical table, detailing the population, land area, population density, capital cities (with their populations) of each Brazilian state; all according to the 1920 census. Brazil then had a population of 30.636 million (against today’s 210 million!). Additionally, in the lower-left corner, the map is adorned with a view of the Jornal do Brazil’s grand headquarters, in Rio de Janeiro. The newspaper was established in 1891, in the wake of the nation becoming a republic. Under the influence of one of its founders, the famous writer Joaquim Nabuco, the Jornal quickly became one of Brazil’s most popular conservative dailies, being both immensely influential and controversial. By 1922, it had shed it scrappy image, and was a cornerstone of the Brazilian media establishment, a role it still occupies to this very day. The present special Centennial Edition of the map is third edition of the Mappa do Brasil series issued for the Jornal do Brasil. The first issue was published in 1911 by the firm of Hartmann-Reichenbach. The present third edition is more decorative and vibrant than the first, having been printed by Litographica Ypiranga of São Paulo (founded in 1901), a trendy, rising star of the Brazilian publishing industry. Due to its ephemeral nature, all editions of the Jornal’s Mappa do Brasil are very rare today. The present 1922 Centennial Edition seems to be especially scarce; we can trace the existence of only a couple of other examples. References: Revista do Instituto Geografico e Histórico da Bahia, no. 48 (1923), p. 519.

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         Alta art studies, Volume 1

      San Francisco : [Alta Studios] 1922 - Very good paperback copy; edges somewhat slightly dust-dulled and nicked. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Description: chiefly illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm. Subjects: Human figure in art. Photography of the nude. Photography of women. Softcover Kg. unpaged pp. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Friedrich Nietzsche Gesammelte Werke. Musarionausgabe. Band 1 bis 22 sowie 3 Registerbände komplett.

      München: Musarion 1922-1929. - Schönes, schweres Hadernpapier. Aufwendige und umfangreiche Monumentalausgabe, basierend auf der unter Literaturwissenschaftlern umstrittenen, bei der Leserschaft populären Großoktavausgabe des Nietzsche-Archivs. - Kosch XI, 319. - Mittelstraß II, 1030. - Schaberg 305. - WG 31. - Ziegenfuss II, 216. - Mittelstraß und Ziegenfuss datieren, mit dem Vorwort, fälschlich "1920-1929", die Drucklegung des Bandes erfolgte aber wegen der Zeitläufte erst 1922. Datierung bei Schaberg korrekt. Die Ausgabe der Texte erfolgte in chronologischer Reihung. "Wir können also in dieser Ausgabe den Entwicklungsgang dieses großen Genius vom Philologen zum Kämpfer gegen die Kultur seiner Zeit, zum moralistischen Kritiker, zum neuschaffenden Denker, zum Antichristen und Immoralisten, zum Umwerter aller Werte, zum Dichterphilosophen besser als bisher Schritt für Schritt verfolgen" (aus dem Vorwort des 1. Bandes). - Herausgeber der als hochwertige Sammlerausgabe gestalteten, in einer Gesamtauflage von 1600 Exemplaren gedruckten Bände waren Richard und Max Oehler sowie Friedrich Christian Würzbach. - Eines von 100 Exemplaren in Halbleder, die nicht für den Handel gedruckt und handschriftlich mit den römischen Ziffern I bis C nummeriert wurden. - Lederrücken stellenweise minimal berieben, lediglich am Kapital des neunten Bandes etwas deutlicher beschabt. Kanten der Bezugspapiere leicht berieben und Schnitte schwach angestaubt. Innen durchweg tadellos. - Von den marginalen äußerlichen Gebrauchsspuren abgesehen sehr gutes und sauberes Exemplar der aufwendigen und unter Sammlern wie Lesern überaus populären Nietzsche-Ausgabe. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 29990 Gr. 8° (24,5 x 17,5 cm). Schwarze Orig.-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Buntpapierbezügen, Lederecken und goldgefärbtem Kopfschnitt. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Insgesamt 23 Bände (= so vollständig). Limitierte und nummerierte Monumentalausgabe. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      1922 - First English edition, one of 2000 copies. 4to., original blue wrappers, printed in white. Uncut, with an old (original?) tissue outer wrapper, slightly defective at folds but basically complete. Paris, John Rodker, published for the Egoist Press, London. A really handsome copy, unrestored, with the eight page errata and the rare contemporary prospectus, in a stout modern box. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
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         Jacob's Room.

      London: Hogarth Press, 1922 - Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in full dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, rule to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. A fine copy. First edition, first impression. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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         Ophtalmologie infantile. Avec 98 figures.

      Paris, Octave Doin, 1922.. Thick royal octavo. Pp. 916. With 98 illustrations, some in colour on bound-in plates. Hardcover, bound in handsome contemporary brown calf and matching marbled boards, spine with gilt-ruled raised bands, gilt lettering, marbled endpapers. In fine condition. Excellent copy. ~ First edition. Extremely rare treatise on pediatric ophthalmology by this renowned ophthalmologist. Étienne Ginestous (1870-1945).

      [Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague]
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         The Waste Land

      Boni & Liveright, New York 1922 - 8vo. 1st edition, 2nd state, one of 500 copies in stiff cloth (of 1000 total). Mild fading to spine, with spight fraying to spine ends. Minor soiling and wear to cloth, with a couple of small bubble at front joint and a very small abrasion to rear board. Previous owner's name inked to front paste-down. Top edge of half-title & title leaves uncut. A few tiny tears to edges of a handful of leaves. Minor toning to leaves throughout. Lacking dust jacket. VG/--. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Strand Book Store, ABAA]
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      London: Arthur H. Stockwell, [1922] - Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine and upper board in black. With the dust jacket. Two small white spots to lower joint, light partial tanning to free endpapers, spotting to edges of contents. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed and nicked jacket with closed tears to the folds repaired with tape to the verso. First edition, first impression. An uncommon detective novel set in Jewish London during the golden age of crime fiction, in lovely condition with the attractive dust jacket. Not in Hubin or Locke. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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         A monograph of the pheasants.

      New York: New York Zoological Society, 1918-1922. - Folio, four volumes,913 pp.,90 coloured plates by Thorburn, Grà nvold, Lodge and others, 88 photographs, map. Handsome red publisher's cloth, prospectus tipped-in, limited to 600 numbered copies, a few typical minor cloth stains, otherwise a fine set. "Perhaps the greatest ornithological work of the present century, notable not only for its beauty and the wealth of information it contains, but also for the unusual grace of its prose. Much of the information is first-hand, the author having made extended expeditions to familiarize himself with the species in their native haunts" (Mengel, volume one). Anker 31; Mengel 203; Nissen IVB 84; Wood p. 228; Zimmer p. 49-50. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Andrew Isles Natural History Books]
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         Pancreatic extracts. Offprint

      St. Louis, 1922. Banting, Frederick G. (1891-1941) and Charles Best (1899-1978). Pancreatic extracts. Offprint from Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 7 (1922). 11pp. Text illustrations. 256 x 176 mm. Original printed self-wrappers. Minor creasing, pencil inscriptions on front wrapper, but very good. First Edition, Offprint Issue. A follow-up, to Banting and Best's "The internal secretion of the pancreas" ( 1205; 3967), describing their experiments on diabetic dogs using extracts derived from fetal calf pancreases. Banting received half of the 1923 Nobel Prize for his work on the isolation of insulin, which he then split with Best.

      [Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's ]
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         How I Trade and Invest in Stocks and Bonds

      New York: The Magazine of Wall Street, 1922. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. First edition. 190 p. Black leather wraps with gilt lettering. Good+ condition. Clean pages: no inscriptions or marks, etc. Spine faded, leather worn, chipped and frayed at edges. Rare.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA ]
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         How I Trade and Invest in Stocks and Bonds: Being some methods evolved and adopted during my thirty-three years experience in Wall Street

      The Magazine of Wall Street 1922 - 1st Edition (1922) . Recenly rebound in black leather with gilt lettering No marks or writing observed in text. Damp stain on front end paper and half title page. This rebound rare title will easily last another 100 years+.a . . . . . . Richard Wyckoff was a Wall Street legend. Not only did he make a fortune, but he also was the longtime editor and publisher of The Magazine of Wall Street and the developer of successful methods to analyze and forecast the market. In this book, originally published in 1922, Wyckoff lays out his insider's knowledge for everyone, especially those who are willing to study before risking one's own money. After all, he wrote, 'in Wall Street as anywhere else, the chief essential is common sense, coupled with study and practical experience.' He covers topics such as the six rules he's found helpful, why he adopted Harriman's principle, what he looks for before buying a bond, the earmarks of a desirable investment, the importance of knowing who owns a stock, and how to recognize manipulation in the market. . . . . . . . . 'Virtually everything written after Livermore and Wyckoff are variations on themes developed by these two men. Wyckoff was among the first to explain the accumulation-distribution cycle (which makes stock and market timing possible) and to develop the use of 'surrogates', self-made indexes which consist of a handful of leading stocks in a group (such as semiconductors), which warn the investor of impending moves, and which enable the investor to filter out all the noise of broadcasters, publishers, newsletters, message boards, and chat rooms. Understand Wyckoff and you'll understand the engine that drives stocks and markets rather than be distracted by the genuine imitation wood trim and the smell of the leather seats.' -- dbphoenix [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: BookMarx Bookstore]
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         Theophrast von Hohenheim gen. Paracelsus. Sämtliche Werke, 1. Abteilung. 14 Bände, Oldenbourg 1922-1933

      - 14 Bände und Dreingabe. Theophrast von Hohenheim, gen. Paracelsus. Sämtliche Werke. I. Abteilung, Medizinische, naturwissenschaftliche und philosophische Schriften. Hrsgg.v. Karl Sudhoff (und ab Bd. VI Wilhelm Matthießen). Bde. 1 (1929), 2 (1930), 3 (1930), 4 (1931), 5 (1931), 6 (1922), 7 (1923), 8 (1924), 9 (1925), 10 (1928), 11 (1928), 12 (1929), 13 (1931), 14 (1933). Dazu Bd. 1 der 2. Abteilung (Barth Vlg. 1923). 1-5 und 10-14 Oldenbourg Verlag, München e.a. / 6-9 beim OW Barth Verlag, München. 1922-1933. Je gr.8°, Halbschweinsledereinband, je ca. 400-500 Seiten, vereinzelt mit Tafeln. Blöcke partiell stockfleckig, Deckel vorne innen mit Exlibris, staubig, Einband lichtrandig und partiell fleckig, 10 mit Abschabung am Rücken, 12 mit Abschabung am Vorderdeckel, sonst guter Zustand.

      [Bookseller: Cassiodor Antiquariat]
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        A Hasty Bunch

      [Paris: Printed in Dijon by Maurice Darantière for Contact Publishing Co.], [1922]. 8vo. 288pp. Original printed French-folded wrappers, uncut and unopened. A beautiful, fresh copy with only a few areas of palest discoloration along the spine. FIRST EDITION, one of approximately 300 copies privately printed of McAlmon's second book (preceded by a collection of poetry) and the first book issued by his own Contact Publishing Co. This copy includes the broadside "From an h'English Printer to an English Publisher" laid-in. The Dijon printer Maurice Darantière printed this shortly before he completed work on Joyce's 'Ulysses.' McAlmon had assisted Joyce in the typing of the manuscript for that novel, reordering some of the material in the Penelope episode due to difficulties in interpreting Joyce's handwriting. Born in the American midwest, McAlmon expatriated to Paris where he was closely allied with Joyce, Stein, Hemingway, Williams, and many other Modernists. His publishing company published Hemingway's first book, Three Stories and Ten Poems, among other highlights of the period. In his memoir, McAlmon recalled that Joyce said these stories reminded him of his own 'Dubliners' and suggested the title 'A Hasty Bunch' "because he found my American use of language racy" (p.33). The gay story "A Boy's Discovery" is among the more sexually explicit.

      [Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts]
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