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        Verzierte gotische Einbände im alten deutschen Sprachgebiet

      Stuttgart, Josef Habbel at Regensburg for Max Hettler Verlag, 1951-1958. Four volumes (26 cm), I (Text, 1951): 159 (1) pp. II (1. Tafelband, 1953): 185 (1) pp. Plates 1-152. III (2. Tafelband, 1956): 137 (1) pp. Plates 153-256. IV (3. Tafelband, 1958): 157 (1) pp. plates 257-364 (altogether, approximately 2400 illustrations). Uniformly bound in collector’s red cloth. - A pioneering work for identifying the bindings of German incunabula, based on the author's systematic investigation of forty-three libraries, mostly in South Germany, where he examined 23,800 volumes. Kyriss identifies 186 groups of tools, each one of which probably represents the equipment of a single bindery; thirty-eight of these are monastic binderies, thirty-two binderies which used a name tool, a small number are binderies signing with initials or arms, and the rest binderies associated with a particular town. "The work takes its place among reference books of outstanding importance... With the aid of these plates it should be possible to localize a high proportion of German gothic bindings" (from a review by Howard Nixon of Bildband II, in The Book Collector, Spring 1957, pp.75-76). ¶ Ownership inscriptions and notes ink on endleaves of the bookbinding historian William Smith Mitchell (1908-1982); his pencilled instructions to his bookbinder on half-titles. Loosely inserted are Mitchell's typescript for a review (for Libri, volume 8, 1958, pp.200-201), and several of his offprints.

      [Bookseller: Robin Halwas | Rare Books]
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        Rain On The Pavements ( J.B. Priestley's Personal Copy)

      The First UK printing published by John Lehmann in 1951. Author's scarce second book. The Book is in Very Good++ or better condition. The boards are clean with some fading to the edges and a small bump to the fore-edge. There is some mild toning to the text block. Mild pushing to the spine tips. The book is tight, clean and free from inscriptions. The WRAPPER is complete and is in VERY GOOD++ or better condition. It bears the correct price of 10s 6d. It has some minor edge-wear with associated creasing and rubbing with a little loss to the ends of the spine. The spine is slightly toned but this does not detract from the pictorial wrap around design. The rear panel has mild toning to the edges but less so than usually encountered. Some small closed tears to the spine and flap folds which have been reinforced with a little archival tape to the verso. The wonderful period wrapper artwork is by the renowned artist JOHN MINTON and looks stunning in the Brodart protective cover. John Minton was commissioned to design the wrappers for both of Camberton's books. The book also bears the personal library bookplate of J.B.Priestley to the front pastedown. Priestley was a great supporter of Camberton and was instrumental in gaining recognition for Camberton's first novel 'Scamp'. This is a very scarce association title. There has been much interest in Roland Camberton recently resulting in both his novels now being back in print. The author Iain Sinclair has particularly taken an interest and written on Camberton and his books. Collectible. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.

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        Rogers, Bruce- Unbound, Unfolded Sheets, the Complete Book] The Twelve Moneths

      - Folio size. Unbound and unfolded sheets, the complete book, "The Twelve Moneths," Clarke and Way, 1951, designed and signed by Bruce Rogers.Incomparable typography and color matching. Fine. Most scarce thus as unbound sheets.

      [Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books]
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        The Day of the Triffids

      London: Michael Joseph. London, Michael Joseph, 1951. First Edition. First Impression. A very good copy of one the highlights of British Science Fiction. Read by a generation in GCSE English, the book has maintained its place in the British populace, but it's merit alone has seen it celebrated across the world. A wonderful novel, and amongst the best by the author. The book itself is in decent shape. Some wear to the corners and spine tips, slight lean and a short tear to the rear panel, small blue ink mark to rear too. Slight lean, owner's signature to title page. A decent copy. [Pringle, SF 100 Best Novels, Locke, Spectrum of Fantasy vo I p237] Cover art by Patrick Gierth [5906, Hyraxia Books]. . Very Good. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1951.

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        THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

      Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1951. First Edition, First Printing, First Issue Jacket. 8vo., 227pp.; VG/VG; spine red and white with black and yellow lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$3.00'; has all points, including FIRST EDITION stated on the copyright page, black cloth decoratively stamped and lettered in gilt on spine, first issue jacket has Salinger's black-and-white photograph portrait credited to Lotte Jacobi on rear panel (very small, just above author's name.), dust jacket lacks Book-of-the-Month Club statement on front flap; dust jacket is in amazing condition, with extremely slight wear to corners, tail of spine; text block has some small staining to upper edge; interior clean; LP consignment; shelved case 3, Dupont. Full-priced Rockville.

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books]
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        De 1429 à 1942 - De Jeanne d'Arc à Philippe Pétain

      Raoul Solar 1951 - En feuilles sous emboîtage, 215 X 285 mm. Edition originale. L'un des 4635 ex. sur vélin Johannot. Lettrines, bandeaux, culs-de-lampe, et frontispices par Galanis. Textes inédits de Pierre Benoït, Le duc de Broglie, Maurice Donnay, Georges Duhamel, Abel Hermant, Jean Tharaud, Paul Valéry, René Benjamin, Pierre Champion, Léo Larguier, J.-H. Rosny Jeune - Jean de La Varende, Colette, Louis Beydts, Jean Cocteau, Alfred Cortot, René Fauchois, Paul Fort, Jean Giraudoux, Aristide Maillol, Paul Morand, Le R. P. Sertillanges, Jérôme Tharaud. Illustrations de Guy Arnoux, Pierre Bonnard, Lucie Boucher, Louis Bouquet, Charles Despiau, André Dunoyer de Segonzac, Aristide Maillol. Frottements au coin de l'emboîtage, plats légèrement passés, intérieur bon. Exceptionnelle réunion de la signature de Sacha Guitry, et des envois signés de Jean Cocteau, Colette, et Pierre Benoît. Photos supplémentaires sur simple demande. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie L'Autre sommeil]
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        Over het werk van Corneille gevolgd door een gedicht. (Met 5 originele linoleumsneden van de schilder).

      (Amsterdam), Kunsthandel Martinet en Michels, (1951). 12,0 x 16,0 cm. Geniet. (24) p. Gedrukt in een oplage van 200 genummerde exemplaren. 1e druk. Zeer goed exemplaar, maar met twee plakbandvlekjes op voorste schutblad.l Nummer 152 met handgeschreven, gesigneerde opdracht van Corneille onder het colofon: 'Voor Mr de Jong ter herinnering aan/ het gezellig uurtje doorgebracht bij hem thuis./ Parijs 28 december 1954/ Corneille'. Kunstverzamelaar Hans de Jong (1907-1973) was de vader van de kunstenares Jacqueline de Jong, die een relatie had met Asger Jorn. BHC 9.B.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fokas Holthuis]
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        FOUNDATION

      New York: Gnome Press/Doubleday, 1951. Early Reprint. Approx. 5.75" x 8.25" VG hardcover in VG black dustjacket with lettering sunned to ivory & peach. Early reprint in year of original publication (1951) with no statement of edition on copyright page; while a First would so indicate and would have a printed price of $2.75, this printing displays a $2.95 price on unclipped front jacket flap. Gnome Press is credited as the publisher on title page, but Doubleday receives the distinction on spine of both boards and jacket. Mild discoloration around perimeter of very subtly bowed boards; rubbing to extremities. Age-toned, lightly soiled jacket, protected in clear mylar overlay, crinkled and creased with abrasion at corners and spine ends; a small chip from rear top edge near spine head. Significant age-toning throughout; otherwise, clean and tight.Shelve inCase #8Spine is black with white and peach text. Dupont.

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        Requiem for a Nun

      New York: Random House, 1951. Fine/Near Fine. First edition. Fine in lightly worn very good or better original unprinted acetate dustwrapper with small nicks and tears (not shown in illustration). Copy number 736 of 750 numbered copies Signed by the author. A play, with long narrative sections, which continues the story of Temple Drake introduced two decades earlier in Sanctuary. Faulkner's first book after winning the Nobel Prize. A nice copy.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Wind in the Willows

      London: Methuen & Co.,, 1951. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Introduction by A. A. Milne. Tall octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in dark green morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, pictorial onlay to front board, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, floral endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. With 12 mounted plates in colour and many line-drawings, all by Arthur Rackham. The occasional minor blemish, an excellent copy in a fine binding. Limited 100th edition, one of only 500 copies.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Marathon Magazine Christmas 1951

      Peterborough Press, 1951. Pamphlet. Used; Good. Pamphlet; English language; good condition. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent airmail.

      [Bookseller: Sunrise Books Ltd]
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        Over het werk van Corneille gevolgd door een gedicht. (Met 5 originele linoleumsneden van de schilder).

      (Amsterdam), Kunsthandel Martinet en Michels, (1951). 12,5 x 16,1 cm. Zwart linnen met transparant omslag. (24) p. Gedrukt in een oplage van 200 genummerde exemplaren. 1e druk. Exlibrisstempeltje op voorste schutblad. Fraai exemplaar.l Nummer 10 van de slechts 25 genummerde en door Claus en Corneille gesigneerde luxe-exemplaren, gedrukt op Ingres van Van Gelder en Zonen en gebonden in zwart linnen met transparant omslag. Claus signeerde voorin, Corneille achterin. BHC 9.A.

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        The Revolt

      W. H. Allen, London 1951 - XIII + 386; Foxed; back cover is rubbed; spine is weary; else in good stern condition. SIGNED AND DEDICATED BY MENACHEM BEGIN to Bernard H. Kahan (in English): "With my wholehearted wishes and Zionis greetings. To Bernard H. Kahan. M. Begin"; The recipient was the former head of the JEWISH JOINT in EUROPE; The addresser was then the former commander of the "Irgun Zvai Leumi" and will become the Prime Minister of Israel in the late 70's and early 80's. Size: 22 cm Tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Puteshestviia po Kitaiu i Mongolii.

      Moscow, Government Publisher of Geographical Literature,1951. Tall 8vo. Original cloth-backed illustrated boards, spine ornamented in black, lettered in gilt, front cover lettered in gilt; pp. 283, double-page sketch map, vignettes in the text, colour-printed map loosely inserted; edges of covers with wear, apart from offsetting from front fly-leaf to title, internally very good; provenance: withdrawn from a Warsaw public library with stamps on title-verso. First edition to be compiled and commented by I. A. Margolis, of 19th-century expeditions into the unknown parts of Mongolia and Inner China, missions carried out by Mikhail Pevtsov, a young Russian army officer and pupil of Przevalski, who undertook three journeys between 1876 and 1890 into Kashgaria and with caravans of merchants through the Southern Altai, Mongolia and Gobi Desert to Kalgan and back.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Princeton University Library Chronicle, The F. Scott Fitzgerald 1917, Volume XII, Number 4, Summer 1951, Contains two previously UNPUBLISHED pieces by Fitzgerald himself , That Kind of Party & an unfinished essay, The Death of My Father , QUITE RARE

      Friends of Library Princeton, 1951. HBNODJ Issued, Beige boards with blue Cloth at Spine, Decorative green Wraps bound into Hardback, 1951 , 1st Edition, Interior Nice, tight Clean with stamped number & History stamp Xlibrary perforations on few pgs ,FINE-/F-, NO DJ, Cover light Rub & Wear & light soil back Cover, 227 pages, Decommisioned from the reference department of a public library, the magazine has been bound into a library binding of paper covered boards and cloth spine, with call letters at the base of the spine, otherwise (except for very unobtrusive library markings in the margins of three leaves -- two of which dont involve the Fitzgerald material) the text is solid and clean. Apparently quite a scarce issue of this quarterly, . First Edition. Hard Cover.

      [Bookseller: BLUFF PARK RARE BOOKS]
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        THE CATHER IN THE RYE

      Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1951. [vi], 277 pages. Original binding with minor bumping to the corners and minimal shelfwear. The unclipped dustjacket has the original price of $3.00 intact, with sunning to the spine, a few small areas of loss from rubbing, and overall moderate shelfwear; protected in archival mylar. The rear panel of the dustjacket has a photograph of Salinger with no border at the top edge, with photograph credited to Lotte Jacobi. The inner rear flap states: The Cather in the Rye is a Book-of-the-Month Club selection. The copyright page states: Published Junly 1951. Reprinted July 1951 (twice). Minor rippling to some of the pages at the bottom. The text is clean and unmarked.. Book club edition. Hardcover. Very good condition/Very good condition (DJ). Octavo (8vo).

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        A Collection of Four Novels with Dust-Jackets Designed by Andy Warhol]. [Comprising: Three More Novels, by Ronald Firbank; Love is a Pie, Maude Hutchins; The Desire and Pursuit of the Whole, Baron Corvo; and Borderline Ballads, William Plomer].

      New York New Directions and Noonday Press -1955 1951 - First U.S. editions. 8vo (23 x 15 cm). Publisher's cloth, illustrative dust-jackets designed by Andy Warhol (upper flaps to first and third state 'Jacket design by Andrew Warhol'); age-toning (mostly to last title), minor rubbing to Firbank and Corvo, minor chips to extremities, light stain to rear corner of upper spine of Firbank, small area of tape residue to upper flap from earlier repair and three small closed tears to Corvo. Rare, early examples of Warhol's work. The first three titles are particularly scarce. As a young artist in New York, Warhol created just a few such cover designs. Three More Novels bears Warhol's first published dust-jacket for New Directions and only his second commercially produced jacket, after a Doubleday title earlier in the year. The covers constitute some of Warhol's most underrated work and were made long before the establishment of The Factory; nevertheless, they exemplify many of the innovative techniques for which Warhol came to be known, such as applying ink to paper and then blotting it while still wet. It is also appropriate that these jacket designs appear on books by four authors who were, in their day, themselves provocative: Ronald Firbank (1886 – 1926), an inventive English novelist influenced by the aesthetes of the 1890s whose common themes included religion, social-climbing and sexuality; Maude Hutchins (1899 – 1991), the American novelist best known today for her sexual coming-of-age novel, Victoire; Baron Corvo (Frederick Rolfe, 1860 – 1913), an English writer, artist, photographer and eccentric of notoriety; and William Plomer (1903-73), the South African-British novelist, poet and literary editor, whose first novel, Turbott Wolfe, dealt with interracial love. Warhol's meteoric rise would begin in 1962 with a debut solo show at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Miracolo a Milano [Miracle in Milan] (Original Italian Program, signed by De Sica)

      Albert and Charles Boni, Rome 1951 - Original Italian program for the 1951 film, based on the novel "Totò il buono" by Cesare Zavattini. SIGNED by De Sica at the bottom of the title page. One of the director's classics, pure visual storytelling, made just after "Bicycle Thieves" (1948) and just before "Umberto D." (1952). A gorgeous, oversize program with a central illustration on the front wrapper within a debossed frame. The wrapper houses 6 loose deluxe card plates, as issued, the first two devoted to text, and the last four being full-color lithograph illustrations reflecting the film story. One of the most beautiful programs we've ever seen. Plates Near Fine, outer wrapper Very Good plus with a few tears at the edges but no loss, 12.75 x 17.25 inches. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        Jerusalem. The Emanation of the Giant Albion.

      Trianon Press. 1951. 4to, (6), ix text, and 100 color plates. Original blue buckram, many leaves loose, folding box worn with weak upper hinge. Limited to 516 copies, this copy O of 16 copies numbered A to P. The first of the magnificent series of facsimiles by the Trianon Press of Blake's illuminated books, edited by Geoffrey Keynes. Bentley, Blake Books, 78.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Spanish Village. Photo Essay. A Portfolio with Eight full-page gravures photos

      Life Magazine 1951 - Village of Deleitosa in Western Spain. 8 Prints laid into a folder. Doesn't seem to have been for sale. Probably for Time subscribers with most copies being discarded. Covers are detached. Plates are fine. Please Note. There very well might have been more then 8 photographs. 10? This item sold as is. See photos. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Rob Warren Books]
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        My blue alpaca jacket is the smartest thing ever seen" - Autograph Letter to Marlene Dietrich

      - Autograph letter from the English playwright and wit to Marlene Dietrich, thanking her for the present of a blue alpaca suit, announcing plans to visit Southern France with Binkie [Hugh Beaumont] to discuss his new play [Relative Values?], and sending his love. [London], 13 July 1951. 2 pp., 8vo, on Coward's letterhead. Folding creases; overall very fine. 5 x 8 inches (12.8 x 20.2 cm).Text, in full: "Darling Marlene, I do not know where you are so I am sending this care of Maria to be forwarded. It is merely to tell you that my blue Alpaca dinner jacket suit is the smartest thing ever seen on land or sea & is one of the loveliest presents I have ever had--and you are a darling duck. Life over here has been highly social but I am putting a stop to all that & am going off to the South of France to stay with Binkie & discuss my new play & various business things. I tried twice to get through to Michael on the telephone but without success. When I get back in August I will try again & will flaunt my blue Alpaca suit under his nose. All my love to you darling & take care of yourself. Noël."From the collection of the family of Marlene Dietrich, a lifelong friend of Noel Coward. Their close relationship began in 1935, when Dietrich called Coward to congratulate him on his film The Scoundrel--he hung up, thinking it was a prank call. They remained friends until Coward's death, often exchanging letters about Dietrich's turbulent love life.

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        Jerusalem. The Emanation of the Giant Albion.

      Trianon Press. [1951] 4to, (6), ix text, and 100 pochoir colour plates. Full red morocco extra by Bayntun, a gorgeous copy sumptuously bound (as the book deserves). Limited to 516 copies, this copy no. 176. The definitive facsimile of one of Blake's greatest works and the first of the magnificent series of facsimiles created by the Trianon Press of Blake's illuminated books. The Preludium is by Joseph Wicksteed and the Bibliographical Statement by Geoffrey Keynes. Bentley 78. "Blake's etched copperplates, giving the text of his poem and the basis of the designs, were printed by him in a rich orange ink and were then illuminated by hand in water colours and gold. The etched base has now been reproduced by collotype in orange and the prints have then been coloured by hand by a stencilling process, so that the final result bears the closest possible resemblance to Blake's original plates. An average of forty-four applications of water colours was required for each full page illustration, of which there are four. Of the remainder, fifty-one have some text with designs filling half the page or more, and thirty-five have text with small marginal decorations.". (Introduction) Copies were issued in fascicles, or a dull blue buckram binding: This copy was bound for presentation and is magnificent

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        OPERA OMNIA., A cura di Edoardo e Duilio Susmel.,

      La Fenice., 1951.,, Firenze., - dorsi in pelle, stemma del fascio e titolo oro nel dorso, tagli superiori marmorizzati, copp. cart. rig. edit. 36 voll., pagg. complessive 15.650., 21 cm.,

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        Rules of the University of Washington Library printing press

      Seattle: Satyr Press, 1951. Edition limited to 20 copies, small 8vo, pp. [12]; original blue paper-backed marbled paper-covered boards; spine a bit faded, else near fine. Duensing's fifth book. OCLC locates 3 copies: Universities of Washington, Georgia, and Indiana. 25: A Quarter Century, p. [23].

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books]
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        Eli. Ein Mysterienspiel vom Leiden Israels.

      74 (1) Seiten mit Illustrationen von Esaias Thoren. Gr.-8, gebundene Ausgabe, Original-Halbleineneinband im Pappschuber. der Einbandrücken lichtschattig, ebenso ein Teil des Einbandes, ansonsten ungelesen und wie neu, der Pappschuber an den Kanten rissig, auf dem Vorsatz ein handschriftlicher Vermerk von Ellen Hilb, Mitarbeiterin des World Jewish Congesses der Schwedischen Sektion, anlässlich eines Besuches in Stockholm 1951. Erstausgabe (WG 5) ihrer 1943 im Exil entstandene Dichtung. Privatdruck. Nr. 118 von 200 Exemplaren, im Druckvermerk von der Autorin signiert.

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        Second Stage Lensmen

      Fantasy Press, Reading 1951 - 308 Pp. First Issue (Blue Cloth, Gilt Lettering). #323 Of 500 Signed, Numbered Copies Of A Total Issue Of 4934 Copies. A Fine Book, No Wear Or Bumping At All. This Copy Also Inscribed By Smith, And Then Re-Inscribed To Another Fan Canceling The Earlier Inscription And Signed Again By Smith. The Book Was Enclosed In Heavy Plastic Wrap Protecting The Dust Jacket And Boards [Hence No Wear At All], But Tape Across The Folds Of The Protector Has Left Two 2 1/2" X 1/2" Offset Marks On The Free Endpapers. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA]
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        The Green Hills Of Earth (Signed Copy)

      Shasta Press, Chicago, IL 1951 - Stated first edition quarter bound in black cloth and green cloth boar ds. One of an unspecified number of subscriber copies signed by Heinle in on the half-title page. 5 1/4" x 8 1/4", 256 pages. A near fine cop y in a very good dust jacket. The book has pinhole sized rub spots to two of the corners else fine. Mild toning to the endpapers. Clean, tig ht and unmarked interior. The dust jacket has dust soiling to its rear panel. Rubs/frays to its spine tips and tiny nicks to three of the co rners. The rear panel has a 1/2" vertical closed tear and some creasin g at its upper edge. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Venti anni dopo (Sèguito dei Tre moschettieri)

      CASA EDITRICE SONZOGNO, MILANO 1951 - Collezione Sonzogno ITALIANO 2 tomi. Numero 8-9 della Collezione Sonzogno. Coperta morbida con titoli al piatto e al dorso in buono stato di conservazione. Tagli e pagine bruniti e ad eccezione di qualche macchia sul margine inferiore di alcune pagine del volume 1, che non ledono la leggibilità del testo, la copia è nel complesso ben conservata.

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        The Hudson

      London: Willaim Hodge and Co, 1951. Illustrated by Stowe Wegenroth. 1 vols. Tan cloth. Fine in very good plus pictorial dust jacket (scuffed at head of spine panel). Illustrated by Stowe Wegenroth. 1 vols. Inscribed to Edward and Jo Hopper "For Jo and Edward Hopper-good friends, good neighors-in warm friendship Carl carmer May 1, 1957."

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Day of the Triffids

      Michael Joseph, London 1951 - London, Michael Joseph, 1951. First Edition. First Impression. A very good copy of one the highlights of British Science Fiction. Read by a generation in GCSE English, the book has maintained its place in the British populace, but it's merit alone has seen it celebrated across the world. A wonderful novel, and amongst the best by the author. The book itself is in decent shape. Some wear to the corners and spine tips, slight lean and a short tear to the rear panel, small blue ink mark to rear too. Slight lean, owner's signature to title page. A decent copy. [Pringle, SF 100 Best Novels, Locke, Spectrum of Fantasy vo I p237] Cover art by Patrick Gierth [5906, Hyraxia Books]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hyraxia Books. ABA, ILAB]
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        The Ballad of the Sad Cafe

      Houghton MifflinCo, 1951. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good+. Signed. Inscribed and SIGNED by Carson McCullers on a tipped in page. The volume is bumped at the spine ends and corners and has light soiling on the front board. The unclipped dust jacket is chipped at the spine ends (1/4" on the top front fold, 1/4"x1/2" at the spine base, with smaller areas of loss), corners, edges, and has splits on the front flap fold. There is a supplied book club dust jacket which is only marginally better. The original jacket is sleeved in mylar.

      [Bookseller: Trilby & Co. Books]
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        The War Speeches of the Rt Hon Sir Winston S Churchill

      Cassell, London., 1951-1952. First collected edition with five speeches not included in the wartime issues and with an index. The date of the first volume is given as 1951, but the set was issued in its entirety in 1952. Royal octavo. Three volumes: pp xvi, 483; xvi, 560; xvi, 578. Blue buckram covers.A near-fine set in very good dustwrappers nicked at the edges. Two of the dustwrappers are price-clipped and one has tape marks on the reverse.

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        THE OFFICAL REPORT OF THE ORGANISING COMMITTEE FOR THE XIV OLYMPIAD. ( LONDON ).

      XIV OLYMPIAD LONDON 1948. SIGNED BY CHARLES C. WILCOTT LISTED IN THE INDEX AS TAKING PART IN RAPID SHOOTING. Thick 4to, approximately 290 x 220 mm, 11½ x 8½ inches, 580 pages, portrait frontispiece of King George VI, many action photographic illustrations, original publisher's dark green cloth, gilt lettering to spine, gilt lettering and picture to upper cover. Slight rubbing to cloth binding, uneven fading to spine, pale foxing to endpapers, otherwise a very good copy. Charles C. Wilcott's ink signature on endpaper and title page. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The hound of heaven

      A R Mowbray and Co , 1951. Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Paperback; English language; a fair reading copy. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent airmail.

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        Nones

      New York: Random House, 1951. Near Fine/Very Good. First edition. Near fine in slightly spine-toned at least very good dustwrapper with tiny nicks at the spine corners and a little overall age-toning. Signed by Auden on the titlepage.

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        NOVUM TESTAMENTUN GRAECE ET LATINE

      Sumptibus Pontificii Instituti Biblici, ROMA 1951 - INTERLINGUE Firma appartenenza all'antiporta, in greco e latino, pagine leggermente ingiallite da fattore tempo, bordi laterali ondulati, tagli rossi, a fine volume carta geografica ripiegata, dal frontespizio alle successive 18 pagine angoli inferiori stropicciati, rilegatura in tutta tela marrone, con titoli d'oro al piatto ed al dorso, leggermente scolorita e con usura ai bordi e lungo i morsi

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        A une sérénité crispée

      first edition, one of the 35 numbered copies on Holland paper, leading after 11 Madagascar.Book illustrated with vignettes drawn by Louis Fernandez.Beautiful copy. Gallimard Paris 1951 19x24cm broché

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        The Green Hills Of Earth (Signed Copy)

      Chicago, IL: Shasta Press. NF. 1951. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Stated first edition quarter bound in black cloth and green cloth boar ds. One of an unspecified number of subscriber copies signed by Heinle in on the half-title page. 5 1/4" x 8 1/4", 256 pages. A near fine cop y in a very good dust jacket. The book has pinhole sized rub spots to two of the corners else fine. Mild toning to the endpapers. Clean, tig ht and unmarked interior. The dust jacket has dust soiling to its rear panel. Rubs/frays to its spine tips and tiny nicks to three of the co rners. The rear panel has a 1/2" vertical closed tear and some creasin g at its upper edge. .

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        Documents of Near East Diplomatic History.

      New York, Near and Middle East Studies, School of International Affairs, Columbia University, 1951. - 4to. XV, 332 pp. Published as a typescript printed on one side. Original cloth. An invaluable collection of primary source documents, mostly in English (a few in French), related to international relations and the Middle East. The volume is composed as an aid to students at Columbia University, using documents available from that library only, covering nearly every nation in the Middle East and their relations with European nations. Topics include the texts of commercial and territorial treaties (including regarding the Dardanelles and Bosporus straits), Napoleon's proclamation to the Egyptians, territorial negotiations, proclamations of goodwill and protection of foreign merchants, the Suez Canal concession, regulations for colonies in the region, the Baghdad railroad, the mandate for Palestine, World War I and World War II regional restructuring discussions, etc. Most documents are from the 19th and 20th centuries, with the earliest being "Capitulation with France of February 1535", and the most recent, "Nationalization of the Oil Industry in Iran, 2-30 May 1951." A brief commentary is provided before each document describing context and significance. These papers represent an enormously important work for scholars, students, historians and diplomats, bringing together, as they do, such core reference material. In 1956, Hurewitz would expand this collection to the two-volume publication "Diplomacy in the Near and Middle East: a documentary record". - J. C. Hurewitz (1914-2008) did his graduate work at Columbia, making what was then an unusual decision to concentrate on the Middle East. He worked for the Near East section of the OSS during World War II, then worked successively at the State Department, as a political adviser on Palestine to the President’s cabinet and for the UN secretariat. As a Professor, Hurewitz began studying Middle Eastern politics in 1950, before the field had emerged as an academic discipline. From 1970 until his retirement in 1984, he was director of Columbia's Middle East Institute. - Handwritten ownership (dated Washington, October 1952) on half-title; later in the collection of the professor of oriental studies and Brandeis librarian Miroslav Krek (1924-2014), with his ownership stamp on the reverse. OCLC 5749457. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        POST-WWII, 1951 SCRAPBOOK OF BLACK SOLDIERS SOMEWHERE IN JAPAN.

      1951 - POST-WWII, 1951 SCRAPBOOK OF BLACK SOLDIERS SOMEWHERE IN JAPAN. Was apparently prepared by a Japanese lady for a Black soldier who was a dear friend. Contains many photographs (mostly small, wallet sized, b&w) of soldiers, Japanese women (often named) and scenes military camp life. This may have been Okinawa. Mostly in good condition but a few pages have photos cut out or loose photos. Unusual visual documentation of soldier life immediately after WW II. The photos often have annotations. Uncommon. $500 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pony Cart, from Summer’s Children

      Morgan & Morgan, Summer’s Children: A Photographic Cycle of Art at Camp, Scarsdale, New York 1951 - Vintage gelatin silver print, negative ca. 1940-50, printed probably by 1951. 39 x 45.2 cm (15-3/8 x 17-3/4 in.), flush-mounted to art board. Titled and annotated in pencil on the verso, with the artist’s hand stamp and “Barbara Morgan – Lensgroup” 424 Madison Avenue stamp (twice). In very good condition, pinprick tack holes at extreme edges, a few generally negligible scuffs and scratches on the print surface, residues of archival hinging tape center edges verso, with a polished mahogany frame 23-3/4 x 26 x 1-1/2 in. After the publication of Summer’s Children in 1951, the New York Public Library mounted an exhibition the next year of a selection of its photographs with “varied panel layouts” (Morgan, Aperture, op. cit., p. [40]). George Eastman House in Rochester followed in 1955 with an exhibition featuring “enlargements with pictorial mobiles” (ibid.), and the Kodak Photographic Information Center at Grand Central Terminal in New York City held yet another significant showing in 1956. The present print was possibly Morgan’s studio copy (with tack holes and lacking her usual signature on a print made for others), and it may relate to these exhibitions, as the penciled annotations on the verso include what may be exhibition numbers and, after the title, the words “(See dup. – mural).” Notwithstanding these prominent exhibitions, Morgan’s book, lauded for her design, remained her preferred presentation. The page of the book (captioned lower right “EVENING BARN CHORES”) on which this image appears exemplifies her juxtapositions. The present image, occupying the principal space of the page upper right, is balanced and reinforced by the right-hand fragment of another image bleeding into the upper left gutter and the detail of a third image cropped into a parallelogram bleeding into the bottom left corner and bottom edge. Berenice Abbot’s review in American Photography observed (op. cit., p. 679): “The creative layout simply fulfills and extends the meaning of the photographs. It derives from the rhythm and mood of the pictures themselves. The variety of each double spread does not destroy the continuity and movement of the book as a whole but builds the necessary dynamic quality, convincing testimony that this is a genuine photographic book. It is also testimony to the ability of Barbara Morgan who designed the layout, typography, jacket and format to best accommodate her pictures. This live sense of structure is organic and lets the full statement of the photographs come through to the spectator – which is all that cropping and layout are supposed to accomplish.” Published: Morgan, Barbara Brooks, Summer’s Children: A Photographic Cycle of Art at Camp, Scarsdale, New York: Morgan & Morgan, 1951, p. 74. References: Abbot, Berenice, “Summer’s Children – New, Refreshing, Affirmative,” American Photography (Minneapolis: American Photographic Publishing Company), vol. 45 (November 1951), pp. 678-79. Knappe, Brett, Barbara Morgan’s Photographic Interpretation of American Culture, 1935-1980, doctoral dissertation, Kress Foundation Department of the History of Art and the Faculty of the Graduate School, University of Kansas, 2008. Morgan, Barbara, “Barbara Morgan,” Aperture (Rochester: Aperture, Inc.), vol. 11, no. 1 (1964). Provenance: with James Danziger Gallery, New York City (exhibition: Barbara Morgan: A Retrospective, February and March 1999)

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