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Goethe, Johann Wolfgang; Dali, Salvador

Edité par Graphik Europa Anstalt, Atelier Robbe, Paris (1969)

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Description de l'article : Graphik Europa Anstalt, Atelier Robbe, Paris, 1969. Hardcover. Etat : Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. Rare folio of twenty one engravings, eleven as loose full-sheet plates, and 10 drawings within the text. From an edition of only 50 copies on cream Arches, with an extra suite. Burgundy cloth-covered boards as folio covers. Pencil signature on title. Please inquire prior to ordering. Postage costs vary. We would like to avoid our ratings on ABE BOOKS affected by orders cancelled due to unexpected postage costs. Signed by Illustrator. N° de réf. du vendeur ABE-1284941740

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GOETHE (J. W. von)

Edité par Éditions de la Roseraie 1924 -, Paris (1924)

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Description de l'article : Éditions de la Roseraie 1924 -, Paris, 1924. Relié. 1 volume. In-folio. 160 pp. Sous étui bordé. Reliure plein maroquin rouge. Plats ornés d'un très large décor géométrique de filets dorés, dos à nerfs orné d'un décor doré de même. Plats doublés de maroquin crème encadré d'une large bordure de maroquin rouge avec filets dorés et petits rectangles de maroquin blancs, gardes de moire rouge, doubles gardes. Tranches dorées sur témoins. Reliure signée MERCIER, successeur de son père, 1928. Édition illustrée de 12 gravures hors-texte de DARAGNÈS, et de nombreux bois. Préface originale de Pierre Mac Orlan. SPLENDIDE EXEMPLAIRE DANS UNE RELIURE DOUBLÉE DE MERCIER. TIRAGE LIMITÉ à 439 exemplaires numérotés.EXEMPLAIRE UNIQUE, sur Japon ancien, provenant de la bibliothèque de Christian Lazard (1880-1943), banquier bibliophile et offert par Daragnès avec tous les lavis originaux.Il est enrichi de:- Une lettre manuscrite signée de Daragnès. - 2 lavis originaux à l'encre, dont l'un dédicacé à M. Lazard.- 1 dessin original au crayon. - Chacune des 12 planches avec plusieurs états signés et le lavis original signé ayant servi aux illustrations. 1. Lavis et 5 états - 2. Lavis et 6 états - 3. Lavis et 4 états - 4. Lavis et 6 états - 5 Lavis et 10 états - 6. Lavis et 4 états - 7. Lavis et 6 états - 8. Lavis et 4 états - 9. Lavis et 3 états - 10. Lavis et 4 états - 11. Lavis et 6 états - 12. Lavis et 8 états. N° de réf. du vendeur 43842

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Faust.: PASTERNAK, Boris, trans.;

PASTERNAK, Boris, trans.; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.)

Edité par [Leningrad:] Gosudarst'vennoe izdatel'stvo khudozhestvennoi literatury, 1953 (1953)

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Description de l'article : [Leningrad:] Gosudarst'vennoe izdatel'stvo khudozhestvennoi literatury, 1953, 1953. Octavo. Original brown cloth, titles and decoration to spine and front in gilt, black, and blind, imprint and price blind to rear board. Minimal rubbing to ends and corners, but an excellent copy. Illustrated frontispiece and five plates, additional vignettes in the text, by A. Goncharova. First edition of Pasternak's Russian translation of Goethe's masterpiece, presentation copy inscribed to a close friend and fellow poet, "to one of the most interesting people and the best poets of the present times, Simon Chikovani, with love and devotion, B. Pasternak, 9 February 1954", on the front free endpaper. Chikovani (1902-1966) was a "lifelong friend of Pasternak" (Christopher Barnes, Boris Pasternak: A Literary Biography, vol. 2) and one of his closest contacts in Georgia. He was a leading Futurist poet, who "sported Mayakovsky's mantle" (according to Professor Donal Rayfield) and edited the H2SO4 journal. His brother was shot in the Great Purge in 1937, and Chikovani came progressively to toe the party line. By the time Pasternak was publishing Faust, Chikovani had become deputy to the Supreme Soviet council in Georgia, though the two remained good friends. This copy has frequent pencil markings, presumably Chikovani's, largely to the introduction and notes. Pasternak was working on Dr Zhivago at this time, but was out of favour with Soviet censors and not permitted to publish his original work. A translation of a world classic such as Goethe's Faust, however, was acceptable, and so Pasternak produced this high creative rendering, first published in book form in 1953 and reprinted several times. He had previously translated Shakespeare's Hamlet in 1940, but it is Pasternak's Faust that carries the most considerable significance to his Zhivago. Most suggestively of all, the author's original subtitle for the novel, though later redacted, was "Opyt russkogo Fausta": A Russian Faust. Angela Livingstone, in her essay "Pasternak and Faust " (Forum for Modern Language Studies, volume XXVI, issue 4, 1 Oct 1990, pp.353 369), contends that "the abandoned subtitle and many of Pasternak's remarks about Faust, show at the very least an intense preoccupation with Goethe's play and a tendency to conceive of his own and Zhivago's 'world' as 'Faustian'". Yurii Zhivago's own thoughts on Faust, moreover, appear within the novel in his notebook ponderings at Varykino. Pasternak could not help but encode political critique into his translation, such as against Stalin's notorious canal-building projects resulting in the death of tens of thousands of gulag labourers - where Goethe's Baucius recounts the building of a canal, Pasternak renders a text that translates "Are human sacrifices / justified by a canal?", and even made none-too-subtle reference to Stalin in the line "Stali nuzhny dorzarezu.". Passages such as this were toned down in subsequent reprints. When parts of the translations were first published, the text was attacked in the Soviet Journal Novy Mir in 1950, causing Pasternak, exasperated, to complain to a friend (the exiled daughter of Marina Tsvetaeva) of their "denouncing my Faust on the grounds that the gods, angels, witches, spirits, the madness of poor Gretchen, and everything 'irrational' has been rendered much too well, while Goethe's 'progressive' ideas (what are they?) have been glossed over." The book is very scarce, with fewer than 20 copies listed by OCLC in libraries worldwide, and no other copies, inscribed or otherwise, traced in auction records. Angela Livingstone, "Pasternak and Faust" in Forum for Modern Language Studies, Volume XXVI, Issue 4, 1 October 1990, pp. 353 369. N° de réf. du vendeur 132166

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Faustus From The German of Goethe (Faust): Goethe, Johann Wolfgang

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von

Edité par Boosey and Sons, London (1821)

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Description de l'article : Boosey and Sons, London, 1821. Hardcover. Etat : Near Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition. This is the First Edition of "Faust" printed in English. The 1790 edition printed in German would be the TRUE FIRST EDITION. This copy is bound in the publisher's ORIGINAL drab boards. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning with some wear to the boards. The pages are clean but missing the Portrait frontis. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy of this First English Edition, housed in a custom clamshell box in collector's condition. We buy Goethe First Editions. N° de réf. du vendeur ABE-14325932137

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Faustus From The German of Goethe [With]: GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang

GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von

Edité par London Boosey and Sons (1821)

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Description de l'article : London Boosey and Sons, 1821. The First English Edition, Translated by Coleridge. With Rare, Separately Issued Engraved Plates GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von. [COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor, translator]. Faustus. From The German of Goethe London: Boosey and Sons, 1821. First English edition, [translated by Coleridge ?]. Octavo (8 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches, 225 x 140 mm). [viii], 86, [1, list of plates], [1, errata] pp. With half-title and frontispiece portrait of Goethe. Uncut in original drab olive green boards. Professionally rebacked using original spine. Original paper spine label, printed in black. Boards rubbed. Corners bumped and extremities of the spine chipped and bumped. Outer hinges cracked but firm. Some light foxing to endpapers, but very clean throughout. Overall a very good copy. [Together with] RETSCH, Moritz. [MOSES, Henry, illustrator]. Retsch's Series of Twenty-Six Outlines illustrative of Goethe's Tragedy of Faust, Engraved from the Originals by Henry Moses. And an Analysis of the Tragedy. London: Printed for Boosey and Sons, 1820 First edition. Quarto (10 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches; 278 x 227 mm). [2], [1, list of plates], [1, blank], 60 [errata on pg 60 with final text], pp. Illustrated with twenty-six engraved plates including frontispiece by Henry Moses. Uncut in quarter paper over original drab brown boards. Paper label on front board, label lettered in black. Professionally rebacked to style. Corners and edges of boards slightly bumped and chipped. Boards a bit rubbed. Some light foxing throughout, but mostly very clean. A very good, rare copy. Both volumes house together in a red morocco clamshell. The 1820 Retsch edition is an outline of Goethe's Faustus which includes twenty-six engraved plates by Henry Moses. These plates were first published the year before the 1821 first English edition of the book and issued separately. The list of plates at the end of the 1821 text correlates with the plates issued in 1820, and the two, because they were issued separately, are rarely found together. Although not stated in the book, it recently has become widely accepted that Coleridge was the translator of this first English edition. A book published in 2007 entitled "Faustus: From the German of Goethe Translated by Samuel Taylor Coleridge" and edited by Coleridge scholars Frederick Burwick and James C. McKusick establishes Coleridge as the translator of Goethe's Faust. The recent discovery of Coleridge's translation of Faustus is considered "A major literary discovery will heat the blood of 19th century Romantic scholars around the world and profoundly change the course of Romantic literature." (Betsy Cohen, Rare Book Review, January 2007) HBS 64888. $8,500. N° de réf. du vendeur 64888

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Description de l'article : Eines von nur 250 Exemplaren dieses monumentalen Werkes mit 521 Orig.-Graphiken von Max Slevogt, hier in der seltenen Vorzugsausstattung in rotem Maroquin. Blatt für Blatt der luxuriösen Ausgabe (jedes der 250 riesigen Folianten kostete 1400 Reichsmark) verbindet eine Orig.-Lithographie Slevogts mit einem längeren oder kürzeren Textabschnitt. Seine Feder umspielt die Textkolumnen mit Faustischen Szenen, Girlanden, Blütenkelchen, Putten und Ornamenten zu einem einzigartigen Bilderteppich. sehr schönes Exemplar. - Söhn 814,1-527. - Eyssen, S. 146-147 mit Abb. N° de réf. du vendeur 8319AB

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Faust, Part I.: Goethe, Johann Wolfgang

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von

Edité par Cotta, Tubingen (1808)

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Description de l'article : Cotta, Tubingen, 1808. Etat : Very Good. First Edition. 309 pp. German language. First Edition of the first segment in its complete form, though previously appeared in 1790 as a partial printing entitled Faust, A Fragment. Recent quarter leather binding with marble paper covered boards. Previous owner mark to blank verso of title page and to last page. Pages show occasional light stain or area of restoration. Considered by many to be one of the finest works of German literature. Part II was completed in 1831, and was not published until after Goethe's death in 1832. N° de réf. du vendeur 151006003

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Faust - Illustrated with 21 ETCHINGS by: Johann Goethe

Johann Goethe

Edité par Grafik Europa Unstalt, Paris (1959)

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Description de l'article : Grafik Europa Unstalt, Paris, 1959. Couverture rigide. Etat : Très bon. Salvador DALI (illustrateur). Ed. numérotée. - DESCRIPTION : portfolio in leaves in a red case. - MEDIUM : portfolio illustrated with 21 drypoint etchings by Salvador DALI. - LIMITED : to only 293 copies. - SIGNATURE : Handsigned in pencil at the justification page. - EDITION : published by Argillet / Graphik Europa Unstalt, Paris 1969. - SIZE : 12 x 16". - PAPER : Arches Vellum. - REFERENCES : Field 69-1 (p. 50-51) / Michler & Lopsinger 298 to 318. - INFORMATIONS : Considered as the best portfolio of Dali edited by Argillet. - CONDITION : Excellent. ASK FOR EXTRA PICTURES. Signé par l'illustrateur. N° de réf. du vendeur 000451

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GOETHE (J. W. von)

Edité par Grafit Europa Unstal 1969 - (1969)

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Description de l'article : Grafit Europa Unstal 1969 -, 1969. En feuilles. 1 volume. In-4. Non paginé. Sous coffret et chemise de toile bordeaux d?éditeur. Traduction de Gérard de Nerval.Illustré de 21 gravures sur cuivre originales de Salvador DALÍ, soit 11 planches hors texte et 10 à pleine page. Parfait état. TIRAGE LIMITÉ à 293 exemplaires numérotés. Celui-ci un des 190 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin d?Arches blanc signées par Salvador Dalí. N° de réf. du vendeur 51330

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Faust - Illustré de 21 gravures originales: Goethe

Goethe

Edité par Grafik Europa Unstalt (1969)

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Description de l'article : Grafik Europa Unstalt, 1969. Couverture rigide. Etat : Très bon. Faust illustrated with 21 original etching by Salvador Dali Title: Faust Signed by Salvador Dali Dimensions: 41 cm x 30.5 cm 1969 References : Field 69-1 (p. 50-51) / Michler & Lopsinger 298 to 318. N° de réf. du vendeur Portf-Dali-Faust

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Faustus From The German of Goethe (Faust): Goethe, Johann Wolfgang

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von

Edité par Boosey and Sons, London (1821)

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Description de l'article : Boosey and Sons, London, 1821. Hardcover. Etat : Very Good. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing of this English Edition published 1821. The book is bound in the ORIGINAL drab boards from the publisher. The book is in very good condition. The binding is tight with some wear to the spine and boards. The pages are clean with previous owner's name neatly written on the front pastedown and some discoloration to the pages. The text is complete but missing the Portrait frontis. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy Translated by Coleridge. N° de réf. du vendeur ABE-14325932451

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DOVES PRESS. GOETHE.

Edité par Doves Press 1906 & 1910, Hammersmith (1906)

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Description de l'article : Doves Press 1906 & 1910, Hammersmith, 1906. Two volumes. Vol I, one of 300 copies, Vol II, one of 250 copies. Printed in red and black. Initial letters by Edward Johnston and engraved W.H. Hooper and Eric Gill. 4to., original full limp vellum, gilt lettering on the spine. An extremely good, bright copy with an addition vellum leaf being pp. 105 and 106 from the second volume printed in red and black. Cobden-Sanderson, the owner of the Doves Press, had studied German philosophy and greatly admired Goethe, almost as much as he admired Shakespeare. As Marianne Tidcombe points out, this is one of the most beautiful works from the Press: "Johnston's four-line heading, in black, with the words DIE TRAGOEDIE standing alone on the page following the preliminaires, is especially fine". N° de réf. du vendeur 9633

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GOETHE

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Description de l'article : Munchen & Berlin, Bruckman, Verlag, s.d. (1874-1876). In fol. (cm. 51x39). Pp. 144 quasi tutte illustrate con elaborati capilettere, grandi scene (anche a mezza pagina o 2/3 di pagina), testate, finalini, etc. siglate AK (August Kreling) e incise da Brand Amour, Walla, W. Heckt etc Ogni pagina del testo è racchiusa entro doppia filettatura. Inserite tra le pagine numerate vi son 14 vere grandi fotografie non numerate, applicate a mano su cartoncino, entro la loro triplice filettatura, dei dipinti originali ad olio di Kreling, conservati nel Goethe Museum di Dusseldorf. Tuttavia la incredibile importanza di questo esemplare consiste nella sua legatura in pieno cuoio, sbalzato e inciso con niello d oro, e arricchito di 6 medaglie di lega di argento inserite sul piatto anteriore con le figure di Mefistofele, Faust, Margherita, Valentino, Wagner, Schwerdtlein (sic) e con quattro raffinatissimi angolari incisi, sempre in lega d argento, agli angoli del piatto. Parimenti sul piatto posteriore, sempre in cuoio, vi sono le quattro simili decorazioni in lega d argento poste agli angoli e una diversa al centro. I 3 tagli in oro. La legatura è firmata in oro lungo uno dei fregi del piatto anteriore M. Brod Muenchen. I risguardi dei piatti, in seta, sono decorati con i motivi ispirati da quelli incisi sul piatto anteriore. La qualità della legatura, la sua perfezione nei minimi dettagli e l aderenza alla grafica del testo ci assicurano che il suo progetto e le decorazioni in lega d argento sono attribuibili allo scultore Kreling, realizzate dal legatore Brod stesso. (Da Internet si ricava la segnalazione di un esemplare, simile a Weimar, alla Klassik Stiftung Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek). È la pià elaborata edizione mai prodotta della Ia parte di Faust e una delle più raffinate opere illustrate da Kreling (Osnabruck 1819-Norimberga 1879) scultore e direttore dal 1853 della Accademia delle Belle Arti di Norimberga, membro della Accademia di Monaco di Baviera. Libro. N° de réf. du vendeur Codice Libreria 438/87

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Faust. Tragedie de Goethe selon la traduction: GOETHE, JOHANN WOLFGANG

GOETHE, JOHANN WOLFGANG VON [ILLUSTRATED BY FRANCOIS-LOUIS SCHMIED (1874-1941)]

Edité par Ch. Henchoz, Paris (1938)

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Description de l'article : Ch. Henchoz, Paris, 1938. Sublime edition of Goethe's Faust illustrated by Art Deco master Francois-Louis Schmied. Considered one of the greatest book illustrators of the 20th century, Ward Ritchie calls this Faust "the most ambitious project that Schmied had undertaken to publish". Schmied began work on the book in 1929 but due to the financial repercussions arising from the Great Depression was forced to abandon the project for a number of years. Fortunately, the publisher Charles Henchoz agreed to sponsor and publish the book in 1936 and work was resumed. Schmied painted sixty-six illustrations for the book which were then engraved on wood by his son Theo. Ritchie states that "Schmied, from his outpost in Morocco carefully supervised the printing of the illustrations. It is an amazing example of the devotion to perfection that Schmied had." Printed in a limited edition of 106 copies, this copy is number 79, signed by the author in pencil. I could locate only three copies of this work in the United States. 4to (35 x 24cm), 66 compositions in color, including 20 full-page plates. Loose as issued in original wrappers, uncut, original cloth folder and slip-case. Offsetting as is common with Schmied due to his special formula for ink. A few very slight foxing marks. Fine condition. [Carteret Illustrés IV, 188.]. N° de réf. du vendeur 001912

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Faust. Illustriert durch Salvador Dali.: Goethe, Johann Wolfgang:

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang:

Edité par Genf, Grafik Europa Anstalt bei Etienne Braillard (Drucker), 1970. (1970)

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Description de l'article : Genf, Grafik Europa Anstalt bei Etienne Braillard (Drucker), 1970., 1970. Folio. 23 nicht nummerierte Lagen. Mit 21 Kupfertafeln von Salvador Dali. Lose in illustr. Orig.-Leinenbox. Nr. 195 (von 190 Ex.) auf Arches Büttenpapier (Gesamtauflage 293 Ex.), von Dali im Impressum signiert. Einige Tafeln in der Platte signiert. In der oberen linken Ecke durchgehend mit verblasstem Wasserrand. Sprache: deutsch / german. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +. N° de réf. du vendeur 4040DB

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Description de l'article : Vollständiges Exemplar des großartigen "Faust" der Ernst Ludwig-Presse, eine der Zierden der gesamten deutschen Pressendruckgeschichte. Kurz nach Kriegsende, während der Inflationsjahre, ein verlegerisches Unternehmen dieses Umfanges zu starten, bedeutetet allein schon ein beträchtliches wirtschaftliches Risiko. Hier sprangen zwei wohlhabende und wohlmeinende Frankfurter Bürger ein und ermöglichten die posthume Ehrung des größten Sohnes ihrer Stadt. Exemplar auf starkem Bütten, vermutlich nicht in mehr als 100 Exemplaren gedruckt. Von tadelloser Erhaltung. - Stürz 51. - Rodenberg 81 u. 498. - Eyssen S. 78. N° de réf. du vendeur 11426AB

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Goethe, Johann Wolfgang.

Edité par Zürich, Johannespresse, 1949. (1949)

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Description de l'article : Zürich, Johannespresse, 1949., 1949. 4to. 1 weißer Bogen, 94 S. und 1 Blatt auf 24 Bogen, 1 weißer Bogen, 1 weißes Blatt. Lose in Orig.-Halbpergamentkassette. 21. Druck der Johannespresse. - Eins von 9 (GA 219) Exemplaren (A-F) der Vorzugsausgabe auf Pergament. - Sehr gutes Exemplar. N° de réf. du vendeur 43534AB

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Faust: Goethe // Sepp

Goethe // Sepp Frank

Edité par Julius Schroder Verlag, Munchen / Munich (1921)

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Description de l'article : Julius Schroder Verlag, Munchen / Munich, 1921. Hardcover. Etat : Very Good +. Etat de la jaquette : very good-. Sepp Frank (illustrateur). First edition. #19 of 25 copies printed on fine Holland paper and a beautiful production overall., contents completely free of foxing. This is the deluxe edition of a book that is extravagant in the regular edition of 190 copies. In this edition artist Sepp Frank has signed the limitation page (as in the regular edition) and (only in this edition) each of the 25 full-page intaglio prints (signed on the print, not in the plate). In addition, the actual copper intaglio plate for one of the images is built into the slipcase itself. There are 25 images in the book and this edition is limited to 25 copies because each slipcase has an original Sepp copper intaglio plate embedded in the slipcase. There is an additional small intaglio image that is not signed in either edition. The images (black and gray aquatint etchings) are very Munich-1920 in their intensity This is a massive folio edition: 16.75" tall x 13" wide. 220 pp. + limitation leaf. Bound in full vellum with spine and boards ruled and lettered in gilt, two loose silk bookmarks, in vellum-bound slipcase. The slipcase for this limited edition is unusual: set into the front of box is the actual copper intaglio plate for the second image in the book. Vellum binding by Knorr & Hirth with age toning and one darkened spot, slipcase with moderate soiling and wear, one inch seam split. Book contents excellent overall, pp. 44/45 shadow from a contemporary Julius Shroder publishing prospectus that was laid-in (still present). Those pages are text only, no plates toned. This is a very heavy-paper book, set in gothic type. The sewn binding is starting to give a little from the natural swelling and contraction of the vellum boards. N° de réf. du vendeur 3537

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Description de l'article : Eines von 150 numerierten Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe auf Van-Gelder-Bütten in denen sämtliche Orig.-Radierungen vom Künstler signiert wurden. Nur diese Ausgabe wurde von Georg Froehlich, Berlin, nach einem Entwurf von Marcus Behmer, von Hand in blaues Kalbsleder gebunden. Durchgehend in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Der Druckvermerk vom Künstler zusätzlich signiert. Sehr schönes Exemplar der seltenen Vorzugsausgabe. - Schauer, Bd. II,4. - Von Odyssee bis Felix Krull 7/15. N° de réf. du vendeur 6819AB

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Faust. Translated by John Fluster.: CLARKE, Harry.) GOETHE,

CLARKE, Harry.) GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von.

Edité par London: George Harrap and Co., 1927 (1927)

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Description de l'article : London: George Harrap and Co., 1927, 1927. Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in black morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, pictorial block to front board gilt, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, black and white patterned endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Some mild spotting to a handful of leaves else an excellent copy in a fine binding. Colour frontispiece and 7 colour plates, 13 black and white plates and numerous illustrations in text. Signed limited edition, number 910 of 1,000 copies signed by the artist. N° de réf. du vendeur 125665

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Faust by Goethe. Translated by Abraham Howard: Goethe, J. W.

Goethe, J. W. (1749-1832) & Willy Pogany (Illustrator; 1882-1955).

Edité par Boston, Dana Estes & Company Publishers. [Ca. 1908]. "This edition of Faust is limited to five hundred numbered and registered copies, of which this is Number 27 Dana Estes & Co." (A. C. Fowler, Printer [-] London). This copy, extra-illustrated with 2 Goethe portrait prints, and a calligraphic sentiment in German, signed by Goethe & by Gustav Schwab. (1908)

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Description de l'article : Boston, Dana Estes & Company Publishers. [Ca. 1908]. "This edition of Faust is limited to five hundred numbered and registered copies, of which this is Number 27 Dana Estes & Co." (A. C. Fowler, Printer [-] London). This copy, extra-illustrated with 2 Goethe portrait prints, and a calligraphic sentiment in German, signed by Goethe & by Gustav Schwab., 1908. Hardcover. Etat : Near Fine. No Jacket. Limited Edition. "This edition of Faust is limited to five hundred numbered and registered copies, of which this is Number 27 Dana Estes & Co." (A. C. Fowler, Printer [-] London). This copy, extra-illustrated with 2 Goethe portrait prints, and a calligraphic sentiment in German, signed by Goethe & by Gustav Schwab. Size of the binding: 7 ¾ inches x 10 ¾ in. Three extra-illustrations, including the signed sentiment sheet; limitation page; frontispiece with title-printed tissue guard; design title-page printed in red and black, contents, list of illustrations. xx, pp. [1]-[210] + printer's page with printer's name on the reverse; illustrated with 30 color illustrations by Willy Pogany with printed tissue guards, initial letters, decorations. Preface by Roger Ingpen, dated September 1908; appendixes & notes. The extra-illustrations consist of two mounted portraits of Goethe: a steel engraved portrait of the young Goethe (unsigned), and an etching of the older Goethe: Pendleton, Boston (etched by J. Eddy), this shows some tan spotting; and a mounted sentiment, written out in German calligraphic script with place and date; this has then been signed by Goethe, and by G. Schwab who mentions that the signature only is in Goethe's hand. Bound in full, dark green crushed morocco leather with four raised bands on the spine, with gilt title and decorations, the covers show elaborate gilt borders with red leather inlaid roses in the corners, inner doublures of red morocco with gilt dentelles on wide dark green leather turn-ins, leather inner hinges, top-edge gilt, red silk bookmarker ribbon bound in. A very high-quality binding, but without a binder's name present. The spine shows some age-related fading to tan of the green leather. The mounted Goethe item bears a tiny paper label at the top: GOETHE, and is four lines of German script (possibly a quote from Faust?), and is dated Weimar 29 December, 1823, with the signature: J W Goethe under the calligraphic sentiment; at the bottom is added in ink: Nota, Nur die Unterschrift ist von Goethes Hand. G. Schwab. Under this are light penciled notes: G. Schwab, died 1850 Lyric Poet [probably Gustav Schwab; 1792-1850]. This mounted sheet shows some age-related tanning. This specially bound, low-numbered copy, might have been extra-illustrated by the publisher, or specially produced for a bookseller. Weight: 4 lbs. Postage is extra on this item. N° de réf. du vendeur L-192

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Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil.: Goethe, Johann Wolfgang

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von.

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Description de l'article : Mimeograph typescript, N.p., 1934. 27 cm; [2], 169, [1], pages, dedication leaf, and original pencil and chalk title leaf with portrait of a grinning Mephistopheles, by Michel Fingesten (Michl Finkelstein), signed in pencil, protected by glassine leaf. Dedication "für HANS ARNOLD geschreiben, Weihnachten 1934," signed in ink by Grete Scholz. Text mimeographed typescript on Crown Van Gelder. Bound in half vellum over buckram cloth-covered boards, with buckram endleaves. Title stamped in gilt letters on vellum panel of top board. Upper board somewhat bowed, but book is effectively pristine. The successful German-Jewish banker Hans Arnold made his home in Berlin a salon for artists, musicians, and intellectuals (the structure now houses the American Academy in Berlin). As a patron of the arts, Arnhold merited this hand-made gift, dedicated for Christmas 1934, of a Goethe's Faust, one of an unspecified (but certainly tiny) number of mimeographed copies printed on Crown Van Gelder watermarked paper and accompanied by an original drawing by the notable illustrator Michel Fingesten. The gift dedication is signed by Grete Scholz (d. 1937), wife of the painter Fritz-Karl Scholz-Wetterhof (d. 1945?). (Fingesten's ex-libris for Grete Scholz is extant.) Michel Fingesten (1884-1943), was a peripatetic artist known primarily for illustrated bookplates, who produced a rich body of work in the course of his agitated life. An Italian Jew, he was held in the concentration camp at Ferramonti for three years until its liberation in 1943. He died soon after a result of wounds sustained in a car accident. This volume is an artifact of the vibrant artistic and intellectual life that flourished in Germany and Mitteleurop at the cusp of Fascist domination in the 1930s. N° de réf. du vendeur 5744

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GOETHE (Johann Wolfgang von).

Edité par Paris, Le Vasseur & Cie, 1943. (1943)

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Description de l'article : Paris, Le Vasseur & Cie, 1943., 1943. Deux volumes in-4°, brochés, couvertures imprimées, étuis. Très belle et originale illustration en couleurs de Louis Icart. Exemplaire numéroté sur papier vélin d'Arches, comportant deux suites supplémentaires, une en couleurs et une en noir. N° de réf. du vendeur 4289

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FAUST: A DRAMATIC POEM: GOETHE, [JOHANN WOLFGANG

GOETHE, [JOHANN WOLFGANG VON]

Edité par Privately printed, London (1833)

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Description de l'article : Privately printed, London, 1833. 220 x 130 mm. (8 5/8 x 5 1/4"). lxxxvii, [1], 279, [1] pp.Translated and with notes by Abraham Hayward. FIRST EDITION of the First English Prose Translation. Excellent contemporary navy blue straight-grain morocco, covers framed by blind floral roll and gilt fillets, with curling cornerpieces, smooth spine tooled in gilt into geometric compartments, gilt titling, turn-ins with gilt roll, all edges gilt. A Large Paper Copy. Front flyleaf inscribed by the translator to Benjamin Willoughby. Lower corners a bit rubbed, a couple of faint abrasions to covers, but A FINE COPY--the wide-margined text extraordinarily clean, fresh, and bright, and in a scarcely worn, lustrous binding. This is a handsome copy of a highly acclaimed translation of "Faust," in a binding probably commissioned for presentation by the translator. An attorney with an abiding interest in literature, Hayward (1801-84) is described by DNB as "a self-made man of letters." He became interested in German literature while travelling in Germany, where he met associates of Goethe. Wishing to share with his friends the beauty of Goethe's masterpiece retelling the legend of a man who sells his immortal soul to the devil for temporary worldly gratification, he produced this prose translation, but only for private circulation; he was convinced by impressed recipients to publish it for sale. It was a great success, bringing him praise at home and abroad, taking him from the practice of law to a career as a respected critic and translator, and fulfilling his ambition of popularizing German works. The printer selected by the author used a high quality of paper for this first edition (or at least for this special copy), and the contents are remarkably free of the browning and foxing found in so many 19th century books. The binding here is not signed, but the style and the quality of the workmanship suggest a first-rate London atelier. This is a handsome copy of a highly acclaimed translation of "Faust," in a binding probably commissioned for presentation by the translator. An attorney with an abiding interest in literature, Hayward (1801-84) is described by DNB as "a self-made man of letters." He became interested in German literature while travelling in Germany, where he met associates of Goethe. Wishing to share with his friends the beauty of Goethe's masterpiece retelling the legend of a man who sells his immortal soul to the devil for temporary worldly gratification, he produced this prose translation, but only for private circulation; he was convinced by impressed recipients to publish it for sale. It was a great success, bringing him praise at home and abroad, taking him from the practice of law to a career as a respected critic and translator, and fulfilling his ambition of popularizing German works. The printer selected by the author used a high quality of paper for this first edition (or at least for this special copy), and the contents are remarkably free of the browning and foxing found in so many 19th century books. The binding here is not signed, but the style and the quality of the workmanship suggest a first-rate London atelier. FIRST EDITION of the First English Prose Translation. N° de réf. du vendeur ST15544

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BREMER PRESSE. GOETHE.

Edité par Bremer Presse, TÃ lz (1920)

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Description de l'article : Bremer Presse, TÃ lz, 1920. No. 58 of 270 copies. Title and initials by Anna Simons. 4to., bound by Frieda Thiersch at the Bremer Bindery and signed on the rear turn-in in original vellum covered boards with gilt orders round the covers and the spine lettered and ruled in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut. An extremely good copy. The seventh book from the press and an elegantly printed response to the Doves Press Faust which was issued in two parts in 1906 and 1910. N° de réf. du vendeur 6467

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Faust et le Second Faust: GOETHE Johann Wolfgang

GOETHE Johann Wolfgang (Traduit par Gérard de NERVAL)

Edité par La Tradition, Paris (1937)

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Description de l'article : La Tradition, Paris, 1937. Couverture rigide. Etat : Très bon. Édition illustrée. sans date (1937-1938, ref. BNF) T1 246 & T2 178 pages, 280 X 22,5 cm. Edition tirée à 505 ex. illustrée par André Collot de 62 compositions originales en deux tons gravées sur cuivre à l eau-forte dont 2 doubles pages, 20 à pleine page, et 3 culs-de-lampe gravés sur bois, impression bicolore. Sous couverture d Ingres noir, imprimé en rouge et rempliée, chemises à dos en bois noir, titre incisé en long dans le bois, étuis rouges. Notre exemplaire est un des 30 de tête sur Japon impérial (N°20) premier papier spécialement imprimé pour Madame et le Dr Jean Tissègre, médecin et ami de Sacha Guitry, comportant outre l état définitif, deux dessins originaux à la mine de plomb, l encre de Chine et l aquarelle, 2 croquis originaux à la mine de plomb, 2 cuivres encrés et dorés ayant servi au tirage (voir scan) et une suite au noir avec remarques de l ensemble des illustrations. Chaque volume est enrichi d un envoi de Collot accompagné d un dessin original aquarellé. Exemplaire en parfait état de neuf, exceptés les étuis légèrement passés. N° de réf. du vendeur ABE-14425265894

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Description de l'article : 7. Druck der Bremer Presse, eines von 270 numerierten Exemplaren auf Zanders-Bütten. Nach der Abschrift der Luise von Goechhausen (Urfaust) mit Übertragung in Goethes Schreibweise. Tadllos erhalten. - Lehnacker 7. - Rodenberg 57-58. N° de réf. du vendeur 3913AB

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Faust. Préface de M. Frantz-Jourdain. Illustrations inédites: NERVAL Gérard de,

NERVAL Gérard de, trans.) GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von.

Edité par Paris: La Société de Propagation des Livres D'Art, 1904 (1904)

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Description de l'article : Paris: La Société de Propagation des Livres D'Art, 1904, 1904. Quarto (280 x 216 mm). Near-contemporary green half morocco by Maurice Trinckvel, titles and motifs to spine in gilt, red morocco inlay to spine, green marbled paper sides and endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Spine faded to brown, rubbing to spine ends, slight fading to leather on sides, a couple of scuffs to sides, small bump to foot of front board, neatly repaired, wear to tips, small mark to gutter of front free endpaper and first blank; a very good copy. Text in French. Vignette title page printed in red and black in two states. With 16 plates in three states (printed in black on japon, blue on papier de chine, and bistre), a seventeenth plate solely in the blue state. Limited edition, number 11 of 15 copies printed on japon with the plates in three states (printed in black on japon, bistre on chine, and blue). 15 copies were also printed on papier de chine, 40 on Watham paper, and 350 in a standard trade issue. Nerval's translation of Goethe's epic play was first published in 1828, Goethe commenting that "this French translation all seems again fresh, new, and spirited" (Oxenford, 3 January 1860). The dramatic illustrations accompanying this edition of the translation are by Pierre Gaston Jourdain, an illustrator who taught at the Lycée de Versailles, and the brother of the architect and art critic Frantz Jourdain. Fritz provided the preface to this edition, in which he discusses his brother's skill, and love of Goethe, describing him as "a madly enthusiastic artist of Goethe genius" (p. 11). John Oxenford, Conversations of Goethe with Eckermann (1906). N° de réf. du vendeur 129609

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Goethe (Illus Frank Sepp)

Edité par Julius Schroder Verlag, Munichen (1921)

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Description de l'article : Julius Schroder Verlag, Munichen, 1921. Hardcover. Etat : Fair. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 1921, Julius Schroder Verlag, Munchen. Dieses werk mit 25 Radierungen von Sepp Frank wurde im Jahre 1920 im Auftage von Dr. iur. Julius Schroderim Munchen, 31 of 190 exemplaren, (I don't speak any German) signed on the limitation page by Sepp Frank. This copy has no slipcase or separate, loose etching or tissue plate guards if it ever had any of those things. The book is in fair condition only--the vellum binding has many bumps and scuff marks and there are significant damp stains extending an inch & a half to the bottom edges throughout, both text & etchings. I suspect this book was picked up somewhere in the ruins of a European battlefield during world war ll. Nonetheless, it is still a tight, solid copy. Signed by Illustrator(s). N° de réf. du vendeur B988

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Faust.Nouvelle traduction complète, en prose et vers,: NERVAL (Gérard de).

NERVAL (Gérard de). - GOETHE.

Edité par Dondy-Dupré père et fils, Paris (1828)

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Description de l'article : Dondy-Dupré père et fils, Paris, 1828. Couverture rigide. Etat : Assez bon. Edition originale. Edition originale de la tradution de Gérard de Nerval; Petit in-12, reliure mi cuir rouge à nerfs avec titre doré, solide, usure aux coiffes et bords des plats; gardes marbrées en bon état avec ex libris du bibliophile Auguste Decaïeu qui a annoté une page de garde; couverture rouge conservée qui annonce la publication de 26 estampes de Trueb et Branche d'après les dessins de Retsch, publiée chez Audot; cette suite de 26 estampes est présente dans le livre avec en plus un portrait en médaillon de Goethe au revers d'une page de garde;Frontispice gravé au trait par Pireas, représentant Faust signant le pacte avec Méphistophélès.Tirage à 750 exemplaires; rousseurs légères sur de nombreuses pages, surtout en bordure et sur les estampes; néanmoins un bon exemplaire complet et perfectible; N° de réf. du vendeur 6654

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