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74 1801 Lazhetchnikov I 74 1801 Lazhetchnikov I
74/1801 Lazhetchnikov, I. Poslednij Novik. St. Petersburg, J. Trey, 1858, 4 parts in 2 vols., lithogr. frontisp. portrait on chine collé, contemp. unif. hmor.

- Spines rubbed.

= Early edition of one of the first Russian historical novels (set during the conquest of Livonia by Peter the Great).

AND 2 others, both Russian language, i.a. by J. KOSTROV.

€ (50-70) 80
74 1802 Lenz S 74 1802 Lenz S
74/1802 Lenz, S. Heimatmuseum. Hamb., Hoffmann und Campe, 1978, 654,(2)p., printed in 1000 numb. and signed copies, orig. giltlettered calf, board slipcase.

- Spine sl. sunned.

Späth, G. Ein Nobelpreis wird angekündigt. Pfaffenweiler, Pfaffenweiler Presse, 1999, 66,(4)p., ills. by H. GOLDAMMER, printed in 600 numb. copies (300), signed by the author and the artist in the colophon, orig. boards, sm. 8vo (fine).

= One of 300 copies with loosely inserted extra print, signed and numb. ''8/300'' in pencil.

AND 1 other, signed by H. BÖLL and K. STAECK.

€ (30-50) 40
74 1803 Leopardi G 74 1803 Leopardi G
74 1803 Leopardi G 74 1803 Leopardi G
74 1803 Leopardi G 74 1803 Leopardi G
74/1803 Leopardi, G. L'infinito. Urbino, Edizioni I.S.A., 1997, 157,(7)p., 2 facs. ills., printed in 1300 numb. copies, loose in quires without binding, folio.

= Rare and fine edition, with a translation of the poem in 27 languages: Sanskrit, Classical Greek, Latin (2x), Amharic, Armenian (2x), Catalan, Czech (2x), Chinese (2x), Croatian (2x), Finnish, French (5x), Gaelic, Japanese (2x), Greek, English (7x), Macedonian, Hungarian (2x), dialect of Mozambique (2x), Dutch (3x), Polish (2x), Portugese (2x), Romanian (2x), Russian (5x), Serbo-Croatian, Spanish (7x), Swedish (2x) and German (7x).

€ (70-90) 70
74 1804 Lever C 74 1804 Lever C
74/1804 Lever, C. Jack Hinton, the Guardsman. London, Chapman and Hall, n.d. (1842), 1st ed., X,396p., steelengr. frontisp. portrait, 26 plates, woodengr. ills. by H.K. BROWNE, contemp. hcalf. Idem. The O'Donogue; a Tale of Ireland. Ibid., idem, 1845, 1st ed., (4),410p., 26 engr. plates (incl. frontisp.) by H.K. BROWNE, bound unif. w. the preceding.

- Both vols. yellowed; occas. foxed. Spines rubbed.

AND 1 other by the same: The Martins of Cro'Martin (ibid., 1856, 1st ed., engr. title and plates by PHIZ (= H.K. BROWNE), contemp. (worn) hcalf).

€ (60-80) 60
74 1805 Logue C 74 1805 Logue C
74/1805 Logue, C. AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED "Christopher", to "Dear Simon [Vinkenoog]", dated ""7.10.'74", pen and black ink, 1 leaf (w. photogr. image of an African woman), recto only.

= "(...) How can I best help you with '52-'56 stories? (...) Now, for instance, this wet London morning, I think: and a hole appears - but remember 1) You supplying many with "free" stationary from Unesco. 2) The visit to Gerry Mulligan when his flipped[?]. 3) The business with Stols, and Stols death in Mexico (...)".

Idem. AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED "Christopher", to "Dear Simon [Vinkenoog]", dated "23 i 1979", pen and black ink, 1 leaf, recto only.

- Sl. yellowed/ browned along edges; sl. frayed.

= "I have been gathering notes for a possible - but only possible - memoir of our Paris days. Can I ask for your help? (...) how would it be if I send you a casette tape and you gossiped onto it? (...) For example: 1) When and how did we meet? Who did we jointly know? 2) What was your title at Unesco? 3) Did you introduce me to Hugo [Claus]? - take me to Ghent - or was it Rudy Kousbrook <- (misspelt) (...)".

AND a small stack of signed postcards and autograph notes by the same.

€ (150-250) 150
74 1806 Logue C 74 1806 Logue C
74/1806 Logue, C. Lot of ±55 vols., incl. small publications, fold. broadside poems and several duplicates, partly w. (AUTOGRAPH SIGNED) DEDICATION to Hugo Claus, Simon Vinkenoog or Alfons Hirschfeld, i.a. New Numbers (New York, 1970, 1st ed., orig. boards w. dustwr. With dedication "for Simon from Christopher June '74" on first leaf); The Husbands. An Account of Books 3 and 4 of Homer's Iliad (ibid., 1995, 1st ed., orig. hcl. w. dustwr. With signed dedication "for Hugo Claus, my friend for forty-two years" on title-p.); Logue's ABC (London, 1966, 1st ed., ills., orig. boards, sm. 8vo. With dedication "for Hugo & Elly from Chistopher, Dec. '66" on first blank); Twelve Cards (ibid., n.d., 12 col. lvs. w. text, loose in orig. paper portfolio. With dedication "Dear Hirschfeld - a Toy for Xmas (...)" on inner flap) and Count Palmiro Vicarion's Book of Limericks (Paris, Olympia Press, 1955, orig. wr. With annot. by S. VINKENOOG on first blank: "Er zijn nog meer uitgaven bij de Olympia Press verschenen onder deze schuilnaam van Chr. Logue! [signature]").
€ (200-300) 425
74 1807 Lunacharsky A 74 1807 Lunacharsky A
74/1807 Lunacharsky, A. Na Zapade (In the West). Moscow/ Leningrad, Gos. Izd., 1927, 1st ed., 108,(2)p., orig. wr.

- Stamp on title-p. Wr. trifle dampstained. Otherwise fine.

Ivanov, V. Tsvetnye vetra (Coloured winds). Leningrad, Epokha, 1922, 1st separate ed., 185p., orig. wr., sm. 8vo. - AND 2 others.

€ (40-60)
74/1808 Malik Verlag  Lot of 29 vols 74/1808 Malik Verlag Lot of 29 vols
74/1808 [Malik-Verlag]. Lot of 29 vols., Berlin, Malik-Verlag, 1925-1933, orig. cl.

- Various (sm.) defects. Incl. duplicates.

= German translations of works by i.a. Ilja Ehrenburg, Isaak Babel, Konstantin Fedin, Alexandra Kollontay and Wsewolod Iwanow. Incl. 1st editions, and partly w. photomontage endpapers by J. HEARTFIELD.

AND 6 others similar.

€ (100-150)
74 1809 Martin du Gard R 74 1809 Martin du Gard R
74/1809 Martin du Gard, R. De Thibaults. Dutch transl. A. Alderlieste. Pref. M. 't Hart. Amst., Meulenhoff, 2014-2015, 2 vols., 861,(1); 1037,(1)p., orig. unif. cl. w. dustwr. (both fine). Idem. Lieutenant-kolonel de Maumort. Dutch transl. A. Alderlieste. Pref. M. 't Hart. Ibid., idem, 2008, 1077p., orig. cl. w. dustwr.

- Owner's entry on first free endpaper.

AND 1 other: J. BROKKEN, In het huis van de dichter (Amst., 2008,1st ed., orig. cl. w. dustwr. Fine).

€ (30-50) 60
74 1810 Nostitz H and Bastian M 74 1810 Nostitz H and Bastian M
74/1810 Nostitz, H. and Bastian, M. Lettres D'Abano. Paris, Éditions Victor Attinger, 1939, 75,(1)p., printed in 100 numb. copies, orig. wr.

- Trifle foxed. Wr. sl creased

= With AUTOGRAP SIGNED dedication by H. Nostitz on first free endpaper.

Blake, D. 21 Poems. The Hague, The Camera Obscura Press, 1991, 37,(1)p., col. ills. by J. SNOECK, printed in 145 numb. and signed copies, orig. cl. w. dustwr.

= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED dedication on htitle.

AND 5 others, all signed/ w. dedication by the author or artist, by J. IRVING (2x), I. VON WEDEMEYER and W. WONDRATSCHEK (2x).

€ (50-70) 80
74 1811 Ovsyaniko Kulikovsky D 74 1811 Ovsyaniko Kulikovsky D
74/1811 Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, D. Lev Nikolaevič Tolstoi. K 80-ti-letiyu velikago pisatelya. Očerk ego deyatel'nosti kharakteristika ego genii i prizvania (To the 80th birthday of the great author. A sketch of his work, characteristics of his genius and mission). St. Petersburg, Izdatel'skoe Byuro, 1908, 160p., 2 frontisp. portraits, contemp. hcl.

- Owner's entry on first free endpaper; sl. yellowed.

Merežkovsky, D. Prorok Russkoi Revolyutsii. K yubileyu Dostojevskago (Prophet of the Russian Revolution. On occasion of Dostojevsky's jubilee). Ibid., M.V. Pirožkov, 1906, (2),152,(2)p., contemp. marbled boards w. mor. letterpiece, orig. wr. pres., t.e.g. - AND 2 others in 4 vols., i.a. A.K. TOLSTOI, Polnoe sobranie sočinenii (ibid., 1905-1906, 3 vols., frontisp. portrait, orig. unif. gilt cl.).

€ (50-70)
74 1812 Pléiade  Rimbaud A 74 1812 Pléiade Rimbaud A
74/1812 [Pléiade]. Rimbaud, A. Album Rimbaud. Ed. H. Matarasso and P. Petitfils. (Paris), Gallimard, 1967, (8),320,(17)p., num. ills., orig. gilt mor. w. dustwr. Idem. Oeuvres complètes. Ed. R. de Renéville and J. Mouquet. Ibid., idem, 1967, XXVIII,923,(1)p., india-paper, 1 fold. plate, orig. gilt mor. w. dustwr. Rousseau, J.J. Album Rousseau/ Oeuvres complètes. Ed. B. Gagnebin a.o. Ibid., idem, 1976/ 1961, 5 (of 6) vols., india-paper (except the Album), num. ills. (in Album), orig. unif. gilt mor. w. dustwr.

- Lacks text vol. III; first text vol. lacks dustwr.

AND 4 other Pléiade editions, incl. ALBUM PRÉVERT (orig. gilt mor. in orig. slipcase) and ALBUM STENDHAL (orig. gilt mor. w. dustwr.).

€ (100-150) 160
74 1813 Polevoi P N 74 1813 Polevoi P N
74 1813 Polevoi P N 74 1813 Polevoi P N
74/1813 Polevoi, P.N. Istoria Russkoi Slovesnosti. S drevneyšikh vremyon do našikh dney (A History of Russian Literature. From the earliest days to the present). St. Petersburg, A.F. Marks, 1900-1903, 2nd (vol. 1)/ 1st ed., 3 vols., VIII,650,(2); 655,(1); 708,(1)p., num. (fold.) (facs.) (chromolithogr.) plates, ills., orig. unif. gilt embossed hmor., 4to.

- Backstrips dried and worn/ dam.

Sreznevsky, I.I. Materialy dlya slovarya drevnerusskogo yazyka (Materials for a dictionary of the Old-Russian language). Ibid., Imperial Academy Press, 1893-1903, 4 parts in 3 vols., orig. unif. cl., 4to.

- Bindings w. some rubbed spots.

€ (100-150) 100
74 1814 Privé domein  Delacroix E 74 1814 Privé domein Delacroix E
74/1814 [Privé-domein]. Delacroix, E. Ik heb het niet over middelmatige mensen. Dagboeken en brieven. Dutch transl. J. van Helmond. Amst./ Antw., De Arbeiderspers, 2007, 311,(3)p., 286p., frontisp., orig. wr. Franssens, J.-P. De wereld wil bedrogen worden. Ibid., idem, 1999, 236,(4)p., orig. wr. Meijsing, D. En liefde in mindere mate. Dagboeken 1961-1987. Ibid., idem, 2016, 742p., orig. wr.

- All fine. = Privé-domein 263, 227 and 281.

AND 11 others from the same series, mostly sl. yellowed on spines and sl. rubbed along extremities: Privé-domein 10 (Werkman), 28 (Neruda, 2 vols.), 35 (Power), 48 (De Custine), 65 (Stendhal), 137 (Paustovskij), 145 (Morriën), 166 (Pessoa), 167 (Goethe) and 173 (Perec).

€ (50-70) 80
74 1815 Privé domein  Lot of 13 vols 74 1815 Privé domein Lot of 13 vols
74/1815 [Privé-domein]. Lot of 13 vols., Amst., De Arbeiderspers, 1955-1933, 11 works in 13 vols., various eds., plates, orig. unif. wr.

- Apart from some occas. sl. yellowed spines, almost all fine.

= No.16, 17, 50, 62, 74, 75, 123, 149, 243, 247 and 253.

€ (50-70) 80
74 1816 Pushkin A 74 1816 Pushkin A
74/1816 Pushkin, A. Perepiska (The correspondence). Ed. V.I. Saitov. St. Petersburg, Imperial Academy Press, 1906-1911, 3 vols., IV,394; XII,399; XV,(1),473p., modern unif. giltlettered buckram (vol. 2 w. orig. frontwr. laid down), large 8vo.

= Kilgour 899.

AND 3 others, i.a. V. ŽIRMUNISKY, Valeri Bryusov i nasledie Puškina (ibid., 1922, orig. wr.).

€ (150-250)
74 1817 Pypin A N 74 1817 Pypin A N
74/1817 Pypin, A.N. Istoria Russkoi Literatury (History of Russian Literature). St. Petersburg, M. Stasyulevitch, 1907, 3rd ed., 4 vols., later unif. hcl. w. orig. frontwr. laid down. Miller, O. Russkie pisateli posle Gogolya (Russian authors after Gogol). Ibid./ Moscow, M.O. Wol'f, 1915/ (1887), 6th (vol. 1 and 2)/ 4th ed. (vol. 3), 3 vols., (4),XIV,XX,(2),390,(2); (2),IV,(2),443,(5); (6),388,(2)p., modern unif. gilt buckram.

- A few library stamps; title-p. vol. 3 foxed/ stained.

€ (80-100)
74 1818 Rossi C 74 1818 Rossi C
74/1818 Rossi, C. Ballate. Trieste, G. Balestra, 1897, 1st ed., 74,(1)p., orig. wr.

- Upper joint split at top and foot.

= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION to Enrico Morpurgo, "con faterno cuor d'Italiano Cesare Rossi. Trieste, 9 settembre '25"; and with the author's printed visiting card loosely inserted.

Idem. I canti di cividale. Ibid., idem, 1910, 1st ed., 107,(5)p., orig. wr.

- Spine-ends sl. dam.

= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION "A Enrico Morpurgo, che in terra d'Olanda vera i canti d'Italia. Cesare Rossi, riconoscente. Trieste 9 settembre '25."

AND 2 others, both Italian text: BRUNO ASTORI, In sordina (Trieste, 1913, orig. wr. Yellowed; spine-ends dam. With AUTOGR. SIGNED DEDIC.) and SARENCO, Esenin & Majakowskji S.P.A. (Calaone-Baone, 1978, orig. wr., 4to).

€ (40-60)
74 1819 Salmon A 74 1819 Salmon A
74/1819 Salmon, A. Peindre. Paris, Éditions de la Sirène, 1921, 56,(3)p., frontisp. portrait by P. PICASSO, printed in 900 numb. copies (860), orig. (sl. sunned) wr. Rimbaud, A. La chasse spirituelle. Introd. by P. Pia. Ibid., Mercure de France, 1949, 58,(4)p., printed in 3310 numb. copies (3000), orig. wr.

- Sl. foxed; bookblock spltting.

Léautaud, P. Amour. Ibid., idem, 1934, 41,(2)p., printed in 1050 numb. copies (1000), orig. wr. Verlaine, P. Vers. Leipsic, Drugulin, 1910, 198,(1)p., contemp. gilt hmor. w. marbled boards, orig. wr. pres., t.e.g. - AND 2 others by A. MALLARMÉ, publ. by Skira, in unif. giltlettered hcalf w. marbled boards.

€ (50-70) 70
74 1820 Science fiction  Asimov I 74 1820 Science fiction Asimov I
74/1820 [Science fiction]. Asimov, I. The Naked Sun. Garden City, Double Day & Comp., 1957, 1st ed., 187p., orig. yellow boards w. dustwr. by R. RAY.

- Owner's entry in pen on first free endpaper. Spine-ends trifle rubbed; dustwr. sl. chipped along top margin and at corners and sl. frayed along both top and lower margin.

= Rare first edition. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLI.

€ (1.200-1.500)
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