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5.50
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Alta-Glamour Inc. /Biblio
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New York: Samuel Roth, Date: 1953. Boards in dust jacket. Light shelfwear. Very good. 255pp., illustrated. Contents include: "Hands Around" [Reigen] by Arthur Schnitzler, with illustrations by Rene Gockinga; Acquasanta" by Andre Gide, "Harlem Harem" by Alfred Hines, Jr., "Episode" by Harry Roskolenko, "Midnight Place Pigalle" by Maurice Dekorba, "A Passion Before Death" by James Hanley, illustrated by John Gram, and with one illustration, printed in blue, bound in, etc. Also, "Forbidden Books by an Old Bibliophile" - a 32-page survey of erotic literature (Suburban Souls, Therese Philosophe, The Magnetism of the Rod (and several other works of flagellation fiction) and many more. 1953. Samuel Roth [US]
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[Roth, Samuel (ed).]
USD
5.50
Alta-Glamour Inc. /Abebooks
[publisher: Samuel Roth, New York] Hardcover 255pp., illustrated. Contents include: "Hands Around" [Reigen] by Arthur Schnitzler, with illustrations by Rene Gockinga; Acquasanta" by Andre Gide, "Harlem Harem" by Alfred Hines, Jr., "Episode" by Harry Roskolenko, "Midnight Place Pigalle" by Maurice Dekorba, "A Passion Before Death" by James Hanley, illustrated by John Gram, and with one illustration, printed in blue, bound in, etc. Also, "Forbidden Books by an Old Bibliophile" - a 32-page survey of erotic literature (Suburban Souls, Therese Philosophe, The Magnetism of the Rod (and several other works of flagellation fiction) and many more. Boards in dust jacket. Light shelfwear. Very good
[Seattle, WA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1953]
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[Gockinga, Rene] Schnitzler, Arthur
USD
11.00
Optical Insights via Alibris /Alibris
Julian Press 1929 Hardcover Illustrated by Gockinga, Rene G+/NONE Good+, purple cloth faded at edges. Title page with very small chip at bottom edge.; Marvelous color frontis by Rene Gockinga, slight crease at lower corner.; tall 8vo 9"-10" tall.
Gockinga Rene Schnitzler Arthur
USD
11.00
Optical Insights /Biblio
Julian Press. G+/NONE. Date: 1929. Hardcover. Good+, purple cloth faded at edges. Title page with very small chip at bottom edge. ; Marvelous color frontis by Rene Gockinga, slight crease at lower corner. ; tall 8vo 9" - 10" tall . 1929. Julian Press [US]
[Gockinga, Rene] Schnitzler, Arthur
USD
11.00
Optical Insights /Abebooks
[publisher: Julian Press] Hardcover Good+, purple cloth faded at edges. Title page with very small chip at bottom edge. ; Marvelous color frontis by Rene Gockinga, slight crease at lower corner. ; tall 8vo 9" - 10" tall
[Murrieta, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1929]
Apuleius, Lucius
USD
20.00
Carpetbagger Books /Abebooks
[publisher: Privately Printed] Hardcover First Edition Limited to 900 copies. Translated by Harold Berman. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga. Very Good, no jacket. Blue cloth, faded at the spine, with gilt lettering and designs on the spine and front board. Square and firmly bound with a gilt top edge, clean internally.
[Woodstock, IL, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
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Apuleius Lucius
USD
22.00
Carpetbagger Books, IOBA /Biblio
Privately Printed, Date: 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Limited to 900 copies. Translated by Harold Berman. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga. Very Good, no jacket. Blue cloth, faded at the spine, with gilt lettering and designs on the spine and front board. Square and firmly bound with a gilt top edge, clean internally. 1930. Privately Printed [US]
Arthur Rene] Schnitzler[Gockinga
USD
29.00
Dunaway Books via Alibris /Alibris
Julian Press First Edition Hardcover Collectible-Very Good. No Jacket Julian Press, 1929. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga with line drawings throughout and a tipped-in full color plate facing the title page. Blue cloth slightly faded around the perimitter and the spine. Silver spine title still bright. No shelf wear or bumping to corners and spine ends.
Arthur Rene SchnitzlerGockinga
USD
29.00
Dunaway Books /Biblio
Julian Press, January Date: 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Collectible - Very Good/No Jacket. Julian Press, 1929. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga with line drawings throughout and a tipped-in full color plate facing the title page. Blue cloth slightly faded around the perimitter and the spine. Silver spine title still bright. No shelf wear or bumping to corners and spine ends. 1929. Julian Press [US]
Arthur Rene] Schnitzler[Gockinga
USD
29.00
Dunaway Books /Abebooks
[publisher: Julian Press January 1929] Hardcover First Edition Julian Press, 1929. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga with line drawings throughout and a tipped-in full color plate facing the title page. Blue cloth slightly faded around the perimitter and the spine. Silver spine title still bright. No shelf wear or bumping to corners and spine ends.
[St. Louis, MO, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1929]
Fogazaro Antonio
USD
35.00
Lost Horizon Bookstore /Biblio
San Francisco: The Roxburghe Club, Date: 1930. Limited Edition. Flexible boards. Very good/Slipcase near fine. Limited Edition. Flexible boards. Quarto. 29pp. The First Book of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch. LIMITED TO 250, numbered copies; this is #183. Presentation copy, INSCRIBED (Greetings from) BY KOCH. Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn; Illustrated by Rene' Gockinga. Green paper covered flexible boards with green ribbon ties and slipcase. This copy has been wrapped in plastic fastened with celophane tape; tape has left tape stains on front and rear end-papers. Slipcase in very nice condition. 1930. The Roxburghe Club [US]
Fogazaro, Antonio
USD
35.00
Lost Horizon Bookstore /Abebooks
[publisher: The Roxburghe Club, San Francisco] Hardcover First Edition Limited Edition. Flexible boards. Quarto. 29pp. The First Book of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch. LIMITED TO 250, numbered copies; this is #183. Presentation copy, INSCRIBED (Greetings from) BY KOCH. Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn; Illustrated by Rene' Gockinga. Green paper covered flexible boards with green ribbon ties and slipcase. This copy has been wrapped in plastic fastened with celophane tape; tape has left tape stains on front and rear end-papers. Slipcase in very nice condition.
[Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
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Englished By Harold Berman
USD
40.00
Open Door Books /Abebooks
[publisher: Privately Printed] Hardcover First Edition Illustrated By Rene Gockinga. Cloth Covers Worn, Repaired, Boards Tight. Lvcivs Apvleivs On Title Page. Limited To 900 Copies. 295 Pgs. Erotic Art.
[bath, ME, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
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USD
44.50
gStrum /Biblio
Good. (NP): The Julian Press, 1929. Hardcover, no dust jacket (as issued?) Bound in blue cloth boards with silver lettering to spine. Privately printed due to its risque nature. With tipped-in COLOR POCHOIR Frontis illustration and other full page illustrations by Rene Gockinga. Very good overall condition with minor cover fading and shelf-wear. No marking, NOT EX-LIBRARY. (b/nb) [US]
N/A
USD
44.50
Storm Mountain Books /Abebooks
Hardcover (NP): The Julian Press, 1929. Hardcover, no dust jacket (as issued?) Bound in blue cloth boards with silver lettering to spine. Privately printed due to its risque nature. With tipped-in COLOR POCHOIR Frontis illustration and other full page illustrations by Rene Gockinga. Very good overall condition with minor cover fading and shelf-wear. No marking, NOT EX-LIBRARY. (b/nb)
[Silver Spring, MD, U.S.A.]
(Grabhorn Press); Antonio Fogazzaro; Translated By Theodore Wesley Koch; Illustrated By Rene Gockinga
USD
45.00
Entropy Books /Abebooks
[publisher: The Roxburghe Club, San Francisco] Hardcover Green paper-covered boards with spine label and green ties, slender 4to., (xi), 29. (1) pages, six facsimiles and two illustrations by Rene Gockinga. The first book published by the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco. One of 250 numbered copies printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn on unbleached handmade paper. Tie ends are lacking, a small chip to the foot of the spine, else a clean, unworn near fine copy in archival mylar.
[Ferndale, MI, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
FOGAZZARO Antonio
USD
50.00
George S. MacManus Company /Biblio
Date: 1930. FOGAZZARO, Antonio. Eden Anto. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch. Original flexible boards, ,printed paper spine label, green ribbon ties. San Francisco: The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, 1930. 4to. First edition. One of 250 numbered copies. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga. Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn. The first book of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco. Small bookplate, else fine. 1930. [US]
FOGAZZARO, Antonio
USD
55.00
G.S. MacManus Co., ABAA /Abebooks
Hardcover First Edition FOGAZZARO, Antonio. Eden Anto. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch. Original flexible boards, ,printed paper spine label, green ribbon ties. San Francisco: The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, 1930. 4to. First edition. One of 250 numbered copies. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga. Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn. The first book of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco. Small bookplate, else fine.
[Bryn Mawr, PA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
Fogazzaro Antonio. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch.
USD
100.00
Chanticleer Books /Biblio
San Francisco: The Roxburghe Club, printed at the Grabhorn Press, Date: 1930. Limited edition. Hardcover. Fine in lightly worn slipcase. [xvi], 30 pp., including 6 facsimiles and 3 illustrations by Rene Gockinga printed in brown and yellow; quarto, flexible green boards with 4 green ribbon ties, slipcase. Text is a tale from the third authorized edition of Ariosto's "Orlando Furioso" published in Ferrara in 1532. This Grabhorn printing is the first publication of the Roxburghe Club. Edition of 250 numbered copies, this #78. Grabhorn Press Bibliography 136. 1930. The Roxburghe Club, printed at the Grabhorn Press [US]
Fogazzaro, Antonio. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch.
USD
100.00
Chanticleer Books, ABAA /Abebooks
[publisher: The Roxburghe Club, printed at the Grabhorn Press, San Francisco] Hardcover [xvi], 30 pp., including 6 facsimiles and 3 illustrations by Rene Gockinga printed in brown and yellow; quarto, flexible green boards with 4 green ribbon ties, slipcase. Text is a tale from the third authorized edition of Ariosto's "Orlando Furioso" published in Ferrara in 1532. This Grabhorn printing is the first publication of the Roxburghe Club. Edition of 250 numbered copies, this #78. Grabhorn Press Bibliography 136.
[Fort Bragg, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
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Fogazzaro, Antonio
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100.00
Carl Blomgren Fine Books ABAA /Abebooks
[publisher: The Roxburghe Club, San Francisco] Hardcover "Of this the first book of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco: Two Hundred and Fifty copies have been printed in the month of June, 1930, by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn, members of the Club. The illustrations are René Gockinga." Number 73 of 250. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch. Contains sepia colored illustrations. Bound in green paper with titling on spine. Slipcased. Green ribbons attached to front and back covers. Slipcase covered in green paper, some wear to edges and spine. Book plate on front endpaper. 4to, 29pgs.
[petaluma, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
Morley, Christopher
USD
135.00
Gerry Mosher /Abebooks
[publisher: Pynson Printers At the Chocorua Press] Hardcover First Edition Good; Colorful design on fabric over boards, This is copy # 307 in an edition of 450 copies, each containing 6 original bright color plates by Rene Gockinga. Signed by Christopher Morley, Missing slipcase, spine dark from age, one tissure overlay is wrinkled ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall
[Rockford, IL, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1929]
Fogazzaro Antonio; Translated & signed by Theodore Wesley Koch; From the library of Dr. Frederick P. Keppel
USD
145.00
About Books /Biblio
San Francisco: The Roxburghe Club, Date: 1930. 7.75" wide by 11.25" tall. A bright, square, tight copy. Pages are clean, crisp, and unmarked. The first book published by the Roxburghe Club. Limited to 250 numbered copies, this being #228. Finely printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn. This is a presentation copy, inscribed to Dr. Frederick P. Keppel [1875-1943, Dean of Columbia College, 1910-1918, president of the Carnegie Corporation, 1923-1941] and signed by the translator, Theo. W. Koch. Illustrated with a portrait of Ariosto and a title page of ORLANDO FURIOSO (1532), both engraved by F. De Nanto, and with several facsimiles of old manuscripts (from the Pierpont Morgan Library]. Modern illustrations by Rene Gockinga. Bound in the original green paper-covered boards, with a printed paper spine label. The four green silk ties remain bound-in, however the loose ends of the ties have perished. No slipcase.. INSCRIBED / SIGNED by Theodore Wesley Koch.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine condition/No jacket. Illus. by Gockinga, Rene . xx, 31pp. 1930. The Roxburghe Club [US]
Fogazzaro, Antonio; Translated [& signed] by Theodore Wesley Koch; From the library of Dr. Frederick P. Keppel
USD
145.00
About Books /Abebooks
[publisher: The Roxburghe Club, San Francisco] Hardcover First Edition San Francisco: The Roxburghe Club, 1930. 7.75" wide by 11.25" tall. A bright, square, tight copy. Pages are clean, crisp, and unmarked. The first book published by the Roxburghe Club. Limited to 250 numbered copies, this being #228. Finely printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn. This is a presentation copy, inscribed to Dr. Frederick P. Keppel [1875-1943, Dean of Columbia College, 1910-1918, president of the Carnegie Corporation, 1923-1941] and signed by the translator, Theo. W. Koch. Illustrated with a portrait of Ariosto and a title page of ORLANDO FURIOSO (1532), both engraved by F. De Nanto, and with several facsimiles of old manuscripts (from the Pierpont Morgan Library]. Modern illustrations by Rene Gockinga. Bound in the original green paper-covered boards, with a printed paper spine label. The four green silk ties remain bound-in, however the loose ends of the ties have perished. No slipcase. INSCRIBED / SIGNED by Theodore Wesley Koch. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine condition/No jacket. Illus. by Gockinga, Rene . xx, 31pp.
[Henderson, NV, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
MORLEY Christopher
USD
150.00
George S. MacManus Company /Biblio
MORLEY, Christopher. The Palette Knife. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga With Six Original Water-Colors. Orig. decorated cloth. Chelsea, N.Y.: The Chocorua Press, 1929. First edition. One of 450 copies signed by Morley. A fine copy. [US]
Fogazzaro Antonio
USD
162.00
James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A.) /ABAA
San Francisco: Roxburgh Club, Date: 1930. Hardcover. Fine. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch. Illustrated with 4 wash-drawings by René Gockinga and 6 full-page facsimile plates. One of 250 numbered copies of the first book issued by the Roxburghe Club. Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn. Bound in paper boards. Slipcase slightly bumped at corners. Prospectus laid in. 1930. Roxburgh Club US
Fogazzaro Antonio
USD
162.00
James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A.) /Biblio
San Francisco: Roxburgh Club, Date: 1930. Hardcover. Fine. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch. Illustrated with 4 wash-drawings by René Gockinga and 6 full-page facsimile plates. One of 250 numbered copies of the first book issued by the Roxburghe Club. Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn. Bound in paper boards. Slipcase slightly bumped at corners. Prospectus laid in. 1930. Roxburgh Club [US]
Fogazzaro, Antonio
USD
162.00
James & Mary Laurie, Booksellers A.B.A.A /Abebooks
[publisher: Roxburgh Club, San Francisco] Hardcover Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch. Illustrated with 4 wash-drawings by René Gockinga and 6 full-page facsimile plates. One of 250 numbered copies of the first book issued by the Roxburghe Club. Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn. Bound in paper boards. Slipcase slightly bumped at corners. Prospectus laid in.
[Minneapolis, MN, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
Antonio Fogazzaro
USD
165.00
Barry's Books /Abebooks
[publisher: THE ROXBURGHE CLUB, San Francisco] Hardcover Eden Anto by Antonio Fogazzaro and Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch "Of This The First Book of the ROXBURGHE CLUB of San Francisco, Two Hundred and Fifty Copies have been printed in the month of June, 1930, by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn, members of the club, The Illustrations are by Rene' Gockinga, This is Copy Number 215 as stated on the Limitation Page at the rear of the book. Pages uncut, most of the ribbon ties are attached and present although the top right front cover ribbon tie is missing. The matching slipcase is present and in great shape except for small stain to spine, spine paper label is also present. [47] pp. The first book published by the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, "Eden Anto" is the story of a rare 1532 edition of Ariosto's "Orlando Furioso", written by Italian novelist Antonio Fogazzaro (1842-1911). Three illustrations by Dutch artist Rene Gockinga. There is a small inscription on the Front Free end-paper which states "Birthday Greetings to M.A.B. from T.W.K. 1930." T.W.K. IS OF COURSE THEODORE WESLEY KOCH WHO WROTE THE FORWARD AND TRANSLATION OF THIS BOOK. HE USED HIS INITIALS WHICH ALSO APPEARS IN TYPED PRINT AT THE END OF HIS FOREWARD.(T.W.K.). GREAT ASSOCIATION COPY. Protected by mylar cover.
[Bellevue, ID, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
MORLEY, Christopher
USD
165.00
G.S. MacManus Co., ABAA /Abebooks
Hardcover First Edition MORLEY, Christopher. The Palette Knife. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga With Six Original Water-Colors. Orig. decorated cloth. Chelsea, N.Y.: The Chocorua Press, 1929. First edition. One of 450 copies signed by Morley. A fine copy.
[Bryn Mawr, PA, U.S.A.]
Morley, Christopher
USD
192.37
Karol Krysik Books ABAC/ILAB, IOBA, PBFA /Abebooks
[publisher: The Chocorua Press, Chelsea, New York] Hardcover 4to. Attractive pictorial linen covered boards, no glassine, housed in the original brown slipcase. Edition of 450 copies, printed with six illustrations done by hand in colour by Rene Gockinga. Signed by Christopher Morley and no. 365/ 450. Crude repair to one side of the slipcase, book near fine.
[Toronto, ON, Canada] [Publication Year: 1929]
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Morley Christopher
USD
192.38
Karol Krysik Books, ABAC/ILAB, IOBA, PBFA /Biblio
Chelsea, New York: The Chocorua Press, Date: 1929. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Gockinga, Rene. 4to. Attractive pictorial linen covered boards, no glassine, housed in the original brown slipcase. Edition of 450 copies, printed with six illustrations done by hand in colour by Rene Gockinga. Signed by Christopher Morley and no. 365/ 450. Crude repair to one side of the slipcase, book near fine. 1929. The Chocorua Press [CA]
Morley Christopher
USD
200.00
Quill & Brush /Biblio
Chelsea, NY: Chocorua Press, Date: 1929. First edition. One of 450 numbered copies SIGNED by the author. Six hand-colored illustrations by Rene Gockinga. Near fine with a touch of darkening on hinges, and cover lightly soiled; in a lightly rubbed slipcase. 1929. Chocorua Press [US]
Morley, Christopher
USD
200.00
Quill & Brush, member ABAA /Abebooks
[publisher: Chocorua Press, Chelsea, NY] First Edition First edition. One of 450 numbered copies SIGNED by the author. Six hand-colored illustrations by Rene Gockinga. Near fine with a touch of darkening on hinges, and cover lightly soiled; in a lightly rubbed slipcase.
[Middletown, MD, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1929]
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Morley Christopher
USD
250.00
Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB /ABAA
[Chelsea, New York: The Chocorua Press, Date: 1929] Limited to four hundred and fifty copies, of which this is number 403. Signed by the author on the colophon. . Decoratively colored and illustrated linen. . Quarto. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga. Six pochoir plates and a pochoir enhanced title page, all of which have tissue guards. Black and white vignette. A few small stains on covers. A very good copy. An essay on painting by the author of Thunder on the Left (1925), Kitty Foyle (1939), The Haunted Bookshop (1919), and Parnassus on Wheels (1917). 1929. The Chocorua Press, US
Morley Christopher
USD
250.00
Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB /Biblio
[Chelsea, New York: The Chocorua Press, Date: 1929] Limited to four hundred and fifty copies, of which this is number 403. Signed by the author on the colophon. . Decoratively colored and illustrated linen. . Quarto. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga. Six pochoir plates and a pochoir enhanced title page, all of which have tissue guards. Black and white vignette. A few small stains on covers. A very good copy. An essay on painting by the author of Thunder on the Left (1925), Kitty Foyle (1939), The Haunted Bookshop (1919), and Parnassus on Wheels (1917). 1929. The Chocorua Press, [US]
Morley, Christopher.
USD
250.00
Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A. /Abebooks
[publisher: [Chelsea, New York: The Chocorua Press, 1929].] An essay on painting by the author of Thunder on the Left (1925), Kitty Foyle (1939), The Haunted Bookshop (1919), and Parnassus on Wheels (1917). Quarto. [16] pp. Illustrated by Rene Gockinga. Six pochoir plates and a pochoir enhanced title page, all of which have tissue guards. Black and white vignette. Decoratively colored and illustrated linen. A few small stains on covers. A very good copy. Limited to four hundred and fifty copies, of which this is number 403. Signed by the author on the colophon.
[Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1929]
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Morley, Christopher
USD
261.06
ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) /ZVAB
[publisher: Chochorua Press, New York] Hardcover Small 4to. Unpaginated. 6 hand painted watercolor illustrations w/tissue guards by Rene Gockinga. Multi-colored cloth binding in brown slipcase. Case split along bottom edge. Signed by the author. One of 450 copies. Case in fair, interior in very good condition.
[Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1928]
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Morley Christopher
USD
275.00
Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller /ABAA
New York: Chochorua Press, Date: 1928. Hardcover. vg. René Gockinga. Small 4to. Unpaginated. 6 hand painted watercolor illustrations w/tissue guards by Rene Gockinga. Multi-colored cloth binding in brown slipcase. Case split along bottom edge. Signed by the author. One of 450 copies. Case in fair, interior in very good condition. 1928. Chochorua Press US
Morley Christopher
USD
275.00
Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller /Biblio
New York: Chochorua Press, Date: 1928. Hardcover. vg. René Gockinga. Small 4to. Unpaginated. 6 hand painted watercolor illustrations w/tissue guards by Rene Gockinga. Multi-colored cloth binding in brown slipcase. Case split along bottom edge. Signed by the author. One of 450 copies. Case in fair, interior in very good condition. 1928. Chochorua Press [US]
Morley, Christopher
USD
275.00
ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) /Abebooks
[publisher: Chochorua Press, New York] Hardcover Small 4to. Unpaginated. 6 hand painted watercolor illustrations w/tissue guards by Rene Gockinga. Multi-colored cloth binding in brown slipcase. Case split along bottom edge. Signed by the author. One of 450 copies. Case in fair, interior in very good condition.
[Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1928]
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[MALAY, illustrator]. [BENOIT, M; HANKEY, Frederick;
USD
300.00
BOOKTRYST ABAA/ILAB /Abebooks
[publisher: The Erotica Biblion Society [Jacob Brussel] 1923 [c. 1932], London and New York [NYC]] First American Edition, the Scarce Illustrated Issue of this classic of erotology. Octavo (8 1/4 x 5 1/2 in.). [6, incl. half-title), 153, (1, blank) pp., 6 b&w inserted plates with captions (7 1/8 x 5 3/8 in.). Originally published by Charles Carrington in 1898, this title is an English translation of Instruction libertine, ou Dialogues entre Charles et Justine sur la theorie physique de l'amour et les diverses manieres de s'en procurer les plaisirs materiels ("Sadopolis, 1860" i.e. Bruxelles: J.-P. Blanche, 1870). "Malay" was the pseudonym of J. René Gockinga (1893-1962), who, born in the Dutch East Indies, moved to Amsterdam c. 1913, and resided in New York City 1924-c.1935. Influenced by Aubrey Beardsley and Dutch Symbolist, Carel de Nerée, his work was exhibited during the summer 1917 at the d’Audretsch gallery in The Hague. While in NYC, he worked as an artist for Jake Brussel, the notorious publisher of erotica. Mendes records that "There was at least one clandestine reprint done in the U.S. 8 x 5 1/2 inches, [same collation]. 8 plates." Brussel offered the book with or without plates, and if ordered with plates offered them with hand-coloring. No hand-colored copies have been recorded. These plates originally appeared in Brussel's American edition of Venus in India; Brussel used the extras to illustrate the title u ...
Fogazzro, Antonio, Theodore Wesley Koch [ttranslator and copyright holder]
USD
450.00
T. W. Palmer Books /Abebooks
[publisher: The Roxburghe Club, SAN FRANCISCO] Hardcover 28 x 19 cm, label pasted on front fixed fly leaf "Ex Libris Herbert Mclean Evans", in manuscript pencil on front loose fly leaf "CAMP Grabhorn 1/250 1st book of Roxburghe Club", on 4th blank page in manuscript "greetings from Theo W. Koch", Title Page "Eden Anto BY ANTONIO FOGAZZARO TRANSLATED BY THEODORE WESLEY KOCH [FLOURISH] The Roxburghe Club OF SAN FRANCISCO 1930" Printed in red and black, Copyright 1930 by Theodore Wesley Koch, FOREWORD [with red first capital A], [6 UNNUMBERED PRINTED PAGES INITIALED IN PRINT "T. W. K. Northwestern University Library, Evanston, Illinois. May, 1930, Facsimiles ILLUSTRATING THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL POINTS MENTIONED IN THE FORWARD, [FLOURISH], Portrait of Ariosta engraved by F De Nanto, [Three pages in brown of Facsimile of notes in Lord Charlemont's copy [Pierpoint Morgan Library], Title-Page engraved by F. De Nanto, Eeden Anto, with first numbr 3 andportrait of Doctor Marcon, an aldermanin a town of Polesine, [pages numbered sequentially to 29 each number printed jus unde "Eden Anto"; OF THIS THE FIRST BOOK OF THE ROXBURGHE CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO [FLOURISH] Two Hundred and Fifty copies have been printed in the month of June, 1930, by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn, members of the Club. The Illustrations are by Rene Gockinga, olivel green cloth with silk ties in plain olive green slip case
[Eugene, OR, U.S.A.] [Publication ...

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