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Reference : 52665

(1880)

‎Handbuch der Ingenieurwissenschaften. Vorarbeiten und BauausfÃŒhrung, Erd-, Grund-, Strassen- und Tunnelbau. 5 vols.‎

‎Leipzig, Wilhelm Engelmann, 1880-1924. Royal8vo. Bound in 5 half calf bindings with gilt lettering to spine. White library label pasted on to top of spines and stamp to title-pages. With many text illustration and folded plates. Light wear to extremities.‎


‎The set comprise of the following 9 volumes: Atlas (1880).Erster Band. Erstes Kapitel. FÃŒnfte Auflage (1924).Dritte Abteilung. Dritte vermehrte Auflage (1900).Vierter Band. Vierte, vermehrte Auflage (1912).Vierte Abteilung. Dritte vermehrte Auflage (1903).‎

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(1916)

‎Jahrbuch der RadioaktivitÀt und Elektronik"" Dreizehnter band, 13, band, 1916.‎

‎Leipzig, Hirzel, 1916. 8vo. In contemporary red half cloth. Stamp to front free end-paper. Wrappers bound in the back. Fine and clean. IV, 463 pp. ‎


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Reference : 59492

(1917)

‎Jahrbuch der RadioaktivitÀt und Elektronik"" Vierzehnter band, 14, band, 1917.‎

‎Leipzig, Hirzel, 1917. 8vo. In contemporary red half cloth. Stamp to front free end-paper. Wrappers bound in the back. Fine and clean. IV, 499 pp. ‎


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Reference : 59489

(1915)

‎Jahrbuch der RadioaktivitÀt und Elektronik"" ZwÃlfter band, 12, band, 1915‎

‎Leipzig, Hirzel, 1915. 8vo. In contemporary red half cloth. Stamp to front free end-paper. Wrappers bound in the back. Fine and clean. IV, 460 pp. ‎


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Reference : 46015

(1742)

‎Metaphysica Neutoni, seu Collatio sentnetiarum Neutoni ac Leibnitii/La Metaphysique de Neuton, ou Parallele des sentimens de Neuton et de Leibnitz (+) Anti-Machiavellus, seu Specimen criticum in Principem Machiavelli/Anti-Machiavel (+) Philosophiae n...‎

‎Leipzig, Grosse & Gleditsch, 1742. 4to. Contemp. full vellum. Faint handwritten title on spine. Two small stamps on titlepage. In: ""Nova Acta Eruditorum Anno MDCCXLII"". Occassional brownspotting. The entire volume offered. (4), 720, (33) pp + 6 engraved plates].‎


‎First edition of the 1742-edition of Nova Acta Eruditorum which are including two reviews of Voltaire and one of Newton's Principia.‎

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Reference : 43028

(1982)

‎No. 10A Remote Switching System: System Overview (+) Control-Complex Architecture and Circuit Design (+) Peripheral Systems Architecture and Circuit Design (+) Host Software (+) Physical Design (+) Remote Terminal Firmware (+) System Maintenance (+) T... - [FIRST DESCRIPTION OF THE NO. 10A RSS (REMOTE SWITCHING SYSTEM).]‎

‎New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1982 8vo. Original full green cloth. Volume 61, 1982 of ""The Bell System Technical Journal"". Library stamp to pasted down front free end-paper. Minor bumping to extremities. Beside a very few pencil marks a nice and clean copy. Pp. 391- 657. [Entire issue: Pp. XXXX, (1), 659].‎


‎First edition of Bell System's description of the highly influential and innovative first remote switching system. (No. 10A RSS).With the rapid rise in households with a telephone in the 50ies and 60ies, a new and more effective switching system was needed. The Bell System developed the No. 1 ESS (Electronic Switching System) to meet with these demands. The ESS made servicing easier but a more automatic and centralized structure was needed in order to meet the demands of smaller businesses. ""With the evolution in electronic technology currently in progress, it was evident that intelligent remotely controlled devices could be brought into central office switching environment. A system which could effectively and economically remote large portions of its network over large distances could rapidly be deployed over major segments of the Bell System network. The era of electronic switching began with the introduction of the No. 1 ESS into commercial service in 1965. [...] In spite of this activity, there remains a large segment of Bell System central offices that until the introduction of the 10A RSS could not justify the introduction of electronic switching technology."" (From the introducing article).Even though the No. 10A RSS essentially was built upon the No. 1 ESS it was still a milestone in the history of telephony.‎

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Reference : 55181

(1699)

‎Poems on Affairs of the State: From the Time of Oliver Cromwell, to the Abdiction of K. James the Second. With some Miscellany poems by the same: most whereof never befor Printed. The thitd Edition, corrected and much enlarged. (+) State-Poems contin...‎

‎No place, no date, 1699. Bound in one contemp. full calf. Gilt spine. Titlelabel with gilt lettering. Wear to top of spine and edges. (8),267,(1)(8),264 pp. First 4, and last 10 leaves with a dampstain. Some scattered brownspots.‎


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Reference : 45260

(1957)

‎Proceedings of The First International Congress on the Application of the Theory of Probability in Telephone Engineering and Administration. 1955. Copenhagen June 20 - June 23.‎

‎Copenhagen, Teleteknik, 1957. Royal8vo. In the original light yellow printed wrappers. Spine with light sunning and lower left corner of back wrapper slightly bumped. Otherwise a very fine and clean copy. 130 pp.‎


‎First printing of the report on the first international congress on the theory of probability in telephone engineering. ""The ""First International Congress on the application of the theory of probability in telephone engineering and administration"" was held in Copenhagen, at the suggestion of Arne Jensen. The choice of Copenhagen was meant to honor Agner K. Erlang who produced his seminal queuing theory research while working for the Copenhagen Telephone Company. The proceedings of this conference were influential in establishing probability theory as the pre-eminent methodology in analyzing telephone traffic problems.""‎

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Reference : 43350

(1964)

‎SD Submarine Cable System. [11 papers, see below]. - [THE FIRST TRANS-PACIFIC TELEPHONE CABLE]‎

‎(New York), American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1964. 8vo. Volume XLIII, September, No. 4, Part 1 and 2, 1964 of ""The Bell System Technical Journal"". In the original printed blue wrappers. Previous owner's stamp to front wrapper, and very light brownspotting to spine, otherwise a near mint copy. Pp. 1155-1479 + two folded plates, one loosely inserted.‎


‎First publication of AT&T's first submarine telephone cable across the pacific. It went from Japan to Hawaii, where it connected to two cables linking Hawaii with the mainland. This brought the same improvements to trans-Pacific service that the TAT-1 had brought to trans-Atlantic service in 1956. (See link below). Since the trans-Atlantic service opened in 1927, calls had traveled across the ocean via radio waves. But cables provide much higher signal quality, avoid atmospheric interference and offer greater capacity and security.Due to uncertainties in global politics, the economic involvement by the US government in the project was minimal. Papers contained in the present issue:1. Ehrbar, R.D." Fraser, J.M. Kelley, R.A. Morris, L.H. Mottram, E.T. Rounds, P.W. The SD Submarine Cable System. Pp. 1155-1184.2. Bowker, M.W. Nutt, W.G. Riley, R.M. Design of Armorless Ocean Cable. Pp. 1185-1208.3. Lerch, B.W. Phelps, J.W.Armorless Cable Manufacture. Pp. 1209-1242.4. Brewer, S.T. Dickinson, F.R. Von Roesgen, C.A. Repeaters and Equalizers for the SD Submarine Cable System. Pp. 1243-1273.5. Johansson, S.G.Manufacture of Rigid Repeaters and Ocean-Block Equalizers. Pp. 1275-1310.6. Holdaway, V.L. Van Haste, W. Walsh, E.J. Electron Tubes for the SD Submarine Cable System. Pp. 1311-1338.7. Bishop, J.D. Mottel, S.Cable Power Facility. Pp. 1339-1366.8. Ehrbar, R.D. A Cable Laying Facility. Pp. 1367-1372.9. Grismore, O.D.Cable and Repeater Handling System. Pp. 1373-1394.10. Gretter, R.W.Cable Payout System. Pp. 1395-1434.11. Butler, J.H. Altenburg, C.J. McSweeney, R.J." Sutton, L.E. Design and Powering of Cable Ship ""Long Lines"". Pp. 1435-1459.‎

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Reference : 47825

(1928)

‎The American Economic Review, Volume XVIII [18].‎

‎Cambridge Massachusetts, American Economic Association, 1928. 8vo. Bound with the original red wrappers in contemporary half cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Library stamp to verso of title page. X, 828 pp.‎


‎First printing. ‎

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Reference : 43031

(1971)

‎[The Picturephone System, containing 21 articles. See below.]. - [BELL'S PICTUREPHONE SYSTEM.]‎

‎New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1971. 8vo. Original full green cloth, bound with the original blue wrappers. Volume 50, 1971 of ""The Bell System Technical Journal"". Library stamp to free front end-paper and title page. Minor bumping to extremities. A nice and clean copy. [Mentioned articles:] Pp: 219-700. [Entire issue:XXXVII, (3), 1098].‎


‎First edition of the technical description of Bell System's picturephone System.When the system was launched it was regarded as a state of the art information tool. It was being used in various science fiction-movies, among these, Stanley Cubric's A Space Odyssey.""The AT&T picturephone offered full motion, a monochrome picture, and about half the resolution of a conventional TV image. It worked over three phone lines, and though fairly costly, was somewhat affordable. The AT&T picturephone utilized sophisticated image technology and was a well designed product offering desk-top, impulse use."" (Noll, Michael. Highway of dreams: a critical view along the information superhighway, 1997, p. 27).It never became a huge success and after a few years only, it was taken off the market. In the history of the telephone and communication in general, however, it occupies an important role, as this was the first time that a visual personal communication tool was being offered to a broad audience. In this respect, it can be regarded as the forerunner of web-cam and video mobiles. Other papers of interest is contained in the present volume:1. Baird, Jack A. The Picturephone System: Foreword. Pp. 219-220. 2. Dorros, Irwin. The Picturephone System: The Network. Pp. 221-233. 3. Crater, T.V. The Picturephone System: Service Standards. Pp. 235-269.4. Cagle, W.B." Strokes, R.R. Wright, B.A. The Picturephone System: The Station: 2C Video Telephone Station Set. Pp. 271-312.5. Gordon, A.M. Singleton, J.B. The Picturephone System: Station Set Components. Pp. 313-349.6. Brown, H.E. The Picturephone System: Transmission Plan. Pp. 351-394. 7. Brown, J.M. The Picturephone System: Baseband Video Transmission on Loops and Short-Haul Trunks. Pp. 395-425.8. Bunin, B.J. Hirsch, R.B. Olsen, R.E. The Picturephone System: Crosstalk Considerations in the Transmission of Analog Signals on Paired Cable. Pp. 427-457. 9. Millard, J.B. Maunsell, H.I. The Picturephone System: Digital Encoding of the Video Signal. Pp. 459-479.10. Broderick, C.W. The Picturephone System: A Digital Transmission System for TD-2 Radio. Pp. 481-499. 11. Gunn, J.F. Ronne, J.S. Weller, D.C. The Picturephone System: Mastergroup Digital Transmission on Modern Coaxial Systems. Pp. 501-520. 12. Urich, J.F. The Picturephone System: Switching Plan. Pp. 521-531. 13. Burgess, P.N. Stickel, J.E. The Picturephone System: Central Office Switching. Pp. 533-552.14. Breen, Charles. The Picturephone System: Customer Switching Systems. Pp. 553-565.15. Daskalakis, A. The Picturephone System: Key Telephone Systems. Pp. 567-584.16. Anderson, H.P. The Picturephone System: The 850A PBX. Pp. 585-604.17. Brown, D.W. Horvath, J.R. Paxton, T.S. The Picturephone System: No. 101 ESS. Pp. 605-620.18. Dougherty, H.J. Peterson, E.B. Schachtman, M.G. The Picturephone System: Maintenance Plan. Pp. 621-644. 19. Favin, D.L. Gilmore, J.F. The Picturephone System: Line and Trunk Maintenance Arrangements. Pp. 645-665.20. Bender, E.C. Howson, R.D. The Picturephone System: Wideband Data Service. Pp. 667-681.21. Warwick, P.S. Phipps, G.W. The Picturephone System: Computer Access. Pp. 683-700.And many other. ‎

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Reference : 43339

(1957)

‎Transatlantic Communications. [11 papers, see below]. - [FIRST DESCRIPTION OF THE FIRST SUBMARINE TRANSATLANTIC TELEPHONE CABLE SYSTEM, TAT-1]‎

‎New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1957. 8vo. Volume 36, 1957 of ""The Bell System Technical Journal"". In the original printed blue wrappers. Sunning to spine, and very minor spotting to wrappers. Internally near mint. 348 pp.‎


‎First edition of the first technical description of the TAT-1, the first submarine transatlantic telephone cable system. The 2,240-mile cable was laid by the cableship Monarch and ran from Gallanach Bay, near Oban in Argyll, to Clarenville, Canada.""The papers that follow describe the design, manufacture and installation of the first transatlantic telephone cable system with all its component parts, including the connection microwave radio-relay system in Nova Scotia."" (From the introduction to the present volume).""Years of development led up to 1956 when the first transatlantic telephone cable system started carrying calls"" this is an interesting story in itself. Two coaxial cables about 20 miles apart carried 36 two-way circuits. Nearly 50 sophisticated repeaters were spaced from 10 to 40 miles along the way. Each vacuum tube repeater contained 5,000 parts and cost almost $100,000."" (Petruzzellis, Thomas. Telephone Projects for the Evil Genius, 2008, p. 4). The electronic repeaters, the devices that held together the many separate cables, were designed by the Bell Telephone Laboratories. In terms of reliable operation, the most critical component of the system was the repeater. These devices, spaced at intervals of 37.5 nautical miles along the cable, compensated for loss. The repeaters were of a unique flexible design, which allowed them to be handled in the same manner as cable.TAT-1 carried the Moscow-Washington hotline between the American and Soviet heads of state.Other papers of interest contained in the present volume:1. Kelly, Dr. Mervin J." Radley, Sir Gordon. Transatlantic Communications - An Historical Resume. Pp. 1-5.2. Mottram, E.T. Halsey, R.J. Emling, J.W. Griffith, R.G. Transatlantic Telephone Cable System - Planning and Over-All Performance. Pp. 7-27.3. Lewis, H.A. Tucker, R.S. Lovell, G.H. Fraser, J. M. System Design for the North Atlantic Link. Pp. 29-68.4. Gleichmann, T.F. Lince, A.H. Wooley, M.C. Braga, F.J. Repeater Design for the North Atlantic Link. Pp. 69-101. 5. Lamb, H.A. Heffner, W.W. Repeater Production for the North Atlantic Link. Pp. 103-138. 6. Meszaros, G.W. Spencer, H.H. Power Feed Equipment for the North Atlantic Link. Pp. 139-162.7. McNally, J.O. Metson, G.H. Veazie, E.A. Holmes, M.F. Electron Tubes for the Transatlantic Cable System. Pp. 163-188.8. Lebert, A.W. Fischer, H.B. Biskeborn, M.C. Cable Design and Manufacture for the Transatlantic Submarine Cable System. Pp. 189-216.9. Halsey, R.J. Bampton, J.F. System Design for the Newfoundland-Nova Scotia Link. Pp. 217-244.10. Brockbank, R.A. Walker, D.C. Welsby, V.G. Repeater Design for the Newfoundland-Nova Scotia Link. Pp. 245-276.11. Thomas, J.F.P. Kelly, R. Power-Feed System for the Newfoundland-Nova Scotia Link. Pp. 277-292.12. Jack, J.S. Leech, Capt. W.H. Lewis, H.A. Route Selection and Cable Laying for the Transatlantic Cable System. Pp. 293-326.‎

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Reference : 43030

(1957)

‎Transatlantic Communications. TAT-1. - [FIRST DESCRIPTION OF THE FIRST SUBMARINE TRANSATLANTIC TELEPHONE CABLE SYSTEM, TAT-1]‎

‎New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1957. 8vo. Original full green cloth, bound with the original blue wrappers. Volume 36, 1957 of ""The Bell System Technical Journal"". Library stamp to pasted down front free end-paper. Minor bumping to extremities. A nice and clean copy. [Entire issue:] 20, 1513 pp.‎


‎First edition of the first technical description of the TAT-1, the first submarine transatlantic telephone cable system. The 2,240-mile cable was laid by the cableship Monarch and ran from Gallanach Bay, near Oban in Argyll, to Clarenville, Canada. The initial capacity was 36 calls at a time at a price per call of $12 for the first three minutes. Since trans-Atlantic service opened in 1927, calls had traveled across the ocean via radio waves. But cables provide much higher signal quality, avoid atmospheric interference and offer greater capacity and security.""The papers that follow describe the design, manufacture and installation of the first transatlantic telephone cable system with all its component parts, including the connection microwave radio-relay system in Nova Scotia."" (From the introduction to the present papers).""Years of development led up to 1956 when the first transatlantic telephone cable system started carrying calls"" this is an interesting story in itself. Two coaxial cables about 20 miles apart carried 36 two-way circuits. Nearly 50 sophisticated repeaters were spaced from 10 to 40 miles along the way. Each vacuum tube repeater contained 5,000 parts and cost almost $100,000."" (Petruzzellis, Thomas. Telephone Projects for the Evil Genius, 2008, p. 4). The electronic repeaters, the devices that held together the many separate cables, were designed by the Bell Telephone Laboratories. In terms of reliable operation, the most critical component of the system was the repeater. These devices, spaced at intervals of 37.5 nautical miles along the cable, compensated for loss. The repeaters were of a unique flexible design, which allowed them to be handled in the same manner as cable.TAT-1 carried the Moscow-Washington hotline between the American and Soviet heads of state.Other papers of interest contained in the present volume:1. Kelly, Dr. Mervin J." Radley, Sir Gordon. Transatlantic Communications - An Historical Resume. Pp. 1-5.2. Mottram, E.T. Halsey, R.J. Emling, J.W. Griffith, R.G. Transatlantic Telephone Cable System - Planning and Over-All Performance. Pp. 7-27.3. Lewis, H.A. Tucker, R.S. Lovell, G.H. Fraser, J. M. System Design for the North Atlantic Link. Pp. 29-68.4. Gleichmann, T.F. Lince, A.H. Wooley, M.C. Braga, F.J. Repeater Design for the North Atlantic Link. Pp. 69-101. 5. Lamb, H.A. Heffner, W.W. Repeater Production for the North Atlantic Link. Pp. 103-138. 6. Meszaros, G.W. Spencer, H.H. Power Feed Equipment for the North Atlantic Link. Pp. 139-162.7. McNally, J.O. Metson, G.H. Veazie, E.A. Holmes, M.F. Electron Tubes for the Transatlantic Cable System. Pp. 163-188.8. Lebert, A.W. Fischer, H.B. Biskeborn, M.C. Cable Design and Manufacture for the Transatlantic Submarine Cable System. Pp. 189-216.9. Halsey, R.J. Bampton, J.F. System Design for the Newfoundland-Nova Scotia Link. Pp. 217-244.10. Brockbank, R.A. Walker, D.C. Welsby, V.G. Repeater Design for the Newfoundland-Nova Scotia Link. Pp. 245-276.11. Thomas, J.F.P. Kelly, R. Power-Feed System for the Newfoundland-Nova Scotia Link. Pp. 277-292.12. Jack, J.S. Leech, Capt. W.H. Lewis, H.A. Route Selection and Cable Laying for the Transatlantic Cable System. Pp. 293-326.And many other.‎

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‎Various authors, Collectif‎

Reference : R200120043

(1938)

‎The great victorians (2) - A35‎

‎Pelican Books / Penguin books. 1938. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Quelques rousseurs. 534 pages. En anglais.. . . . Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon‎


‎"""Complete unabridged"". Massingham Hugh and H.J. Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon"‎

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‎"[VARIOUS AUTHORS, SEE BELOW].‎

Reference : 43220

(1979)

‎[Traffic Service Position System No. 1. 11 articles, see below]. - [FIRST DESCRIPTION OF BELL'S TRAFFIC SERVICE POSITION SYSTEM (TSPS)]‎

‎New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1979. 8vo. Original full green cloth. The entire volume 43, nr. 2 of ""The Bell System Technical Journal"". Library stamp to pasted down front free end-paper. Minor bumping to extremities. A nice and clean copy. [Entire volume: pp. 809-1367].‎


‎First edition of the first description of Bell System's Traffic Service Position System (TSPS). It was designed by Bell Labs in Columbus, Ohio to replace traditional cord switchboards. Research at Bell Systems was aimed at finding ways to reduce operator labor which at that time was was the largest expenditure when operating a telephone network. ""A new cordless operator position was designed to illustrate how this operator service might be implemented. Trials at New York Telephone Co. demonstrated the feasibility of both the customer dialing of the prefix and the efficiency of the new operator's position. After the trial, a development was started to add such positions, by then known as the ""Traffic Service Position"" [...]. It was an example of the electronic art forcing out the old electromechanical art with many vested interest. The collection of trunks, a ferreed switching network, an SPC, and the positions formed a system called the ""Traffic Service Position System"". Being the first, it was called the ""No. 1 TSPS"". (Chapuis,, 100 Years of Telephone Switching (1878-1978), 1982, p. 170).Articles contained in the Traffic Service Position System No. 1-issue:1. Staehler, R.E." Hayward, W.S. Jr. Traffic Service Position System No. 1: Recent Developments, An Overview. Pp. 1109-1118.2. Bauman, S.M. DiPietro, R.S. Jaeger, R.J. Jr. Remote Trunk Arrangement: Overall Description and Operational Characteristics. Pp. 1119-1135.3. Brune, W.L. Piereth, R.J. Weygand, A.G. Remote Trunk Arrangement and Position Subsystem No. 2: Transmission and Signaling Considerations. Pp. 1137-1165.4. Bulfer, A.F. Gibbons, W.E. Hackett, J.A.Remote Trunk Arrangement: Hardware and Software Implementation. Pp. 1167-1205.5. Berger, M. Dalby, J.C. Jr. Ransom, V.L. Prell, E.M. Automated Coin Toll Service: Overall Description and Operational Characteristics. Pp. 1207-1223.6. Clark, G.T. Streisand, K. Larson, D.H. Station Signaling and Announcement Subsystem: Hardware for Automated Coin Toll Service. Pp. 1225-1249.7. Ahmari, R. Hsu, J.C. Potter, R.L. Reed, S.C.Automated Coin Toll Service: Software. Pp. 1251-1290.8. Youngs, E.A. Bushnell, W.J. Barone-Wing, A. Automated Coin Toll Service: Human Factors Studies. Pp. 1291-1305.9. Stanaway, J.J. Jr. Victor, J.J. Welsch, R.J. Pp. Software Development Tools. Pp. 1307-1333.10. Delatore, J.P. VanHaften, D. Weber, L.A. System Verification and Evaluation Procedures. Pp. 1335-1346.11. Riddell, G. Swanson, C.R. Steinbrenner, R.T. Operator Training Facilities. Pp. 1347-1357.‎

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‎Various, Illustrated by DULAC, Edmund.‎

Reference : 30211

‎EDMUND DULAC"S PICTURE BOOK FOR THE FRENCH RED CROSS.‎

‎London, Hodder & Stoughton for The Daily Telegraph, not dates [1915]. - First Edition Hardcover in-4 beige cloth, decorated with black illustration. 135pp. -19 lovely tipped-in colour illustrations plus portrait plate of Dulac on heavy buff art paper, illustration plates framed in green. 17 stories.‎


‎Book in very good condition. All plates present as indexed and undamaged. Book tight, generally clean with light toning at page margins. Nice copy of this book produced by Dulac to raise money for the French Red Cross. [P-36] All plates present as indexed and undamaged. Book tight, generally clean with light toning at page margins. Nice copy of this book produced by Dulac to raise money for the French Red Cross.‎

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‎VARIOUS R & B / RHYTHM & BLUES‎

Reference : R130006055

‎2 DISQUES VINYLES 33T DISQUE 1: SOUL MAN, WHAT'D I SAY, KNOCK ON WOOD, THINK, GREEN ONIONS, THE DOCK OG THE BAY, LAND OF 2000 DANCES, SWEET SOUL MUSIC, RESPECT. DISQUE 2: HALLELUJAH I LOVE HER SO, SOUL FINGER, IN THE MIFNIGHT HOUR, SHAKE, MUSTANG SALLY...‎

‎STEREO. non daté. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. Pochette en couleurs, disque en anglais.. . . . Classification : 410-33 Tours‎


‎Disque n°241 601-1 Classification : 410-33 Tours‎

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‎Various STRACHAM (W.J.)‎

Reference : 977

‎The living curve. Letters to W.J. Stracham 1929-1979‎

‎.d. Taranman/Carcanet 1984 230 pages. .d. by Christopher Hewett. Foreword by William Anderson. in-8° reliure d'éditeur sous jaquette‎


Ma Main amie - Grignan

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‎VARIOUS WRITERS (COLLECTIF)‎

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(1923)

‎AN INDEX OF DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF MAIN SYMPTOMS‎

‎John Wright & Sons Ltd. 1923. In-8. Relié. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 911 pages. Mors et dos légèrement frottés. Illustrations couleur et noir et blanc, hors texte et dans le texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon‎


‎3rd edition. Edited by herbert French, C.B.E. Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon‎

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‎Varley John Deutsch Michel‎

Reference : 100061725

(2000)

ISBN : 2070415929

‎Persistance de la vision‎

‎Folio 2000 11x17x2cm. 2000. Poche. 512 pages. Bon Etat intérieur propre pointes cornées‎


Livres-sur-sorgue - Isle-sur-la-sorgue

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‎Varro Roger‎

Reference : 222037

(1988)

‎Evocations invocations méditations et prières pour accompagner l'étude des écrtures‎

‎Serre 1988 126 pages in8. 1988. Broché. 126 pages.‎


‎Bon Etat taches rousseurs tranche de tête‎

Un Autre Monde - La Fontenelle

Phone number : 07.69.73.87.31

EUR15.00

‎Varro Roger‎

Reference : 235771

(1988)

‎Evocations invocations méditations et prières pour accompagner l'étude des écrtures‎

‎Serre 1988 126 pages in12. 1988. Broché. 126 pages.‎


‎Bon Etat un peu jauni texte frais‎

Un Autre Monde - La Fontenelle

Phone number : 07.69.73.87.31

EUR15.00

‎Vasilos Freda‎

Reference : 49202

ISBN : 2280825376

‎Une passion inoubliable‎

‎duo poche. Sans date. broché.‎


‎très bon état‎

Un Autre Monde - La Fontenelle

Phone number : 07.69.73.87.31

EUR3.00

‎Vasilos Freda‎

Reference : 145380

(2001)

ISBN : 2280825376

‎Une passion inoubliable‎

‎Duo 2001 150 pages poche. 2001. broché. 150 pages.‎


‎Etat Correct étiquette haut 1er plat‎

Un Autre Monde - La Fontenelle

Phone number : 07.69.73.87.31

EUR4.00

‎Vassallo, M.‎

Reference : XM23170

(2015)

‎Les Chants du livre bleu. A travers les Musiques bretonnes de Maurice Duhamel.‎

‎2015 208 p., num. figs, 16 col. pls, paperbound. With CD.1913: Maurice Duhamel, jeune compositeur, publie un imposant recueil de mÃlodies populaires bretonnes. Cent ans plus tard, Marthe Vassallo s'y plonge pour un disque et un livre palpitants, mettant en rÃsonance la mÃmoire des gwerziou, les confidences d'une chanteuse d'aujourd'hui, et l'Ãtonnant itinÃraire d'un artiste militant entre Paris et Bretagne à la Belle Epoque. Une rÃflexion sur l'interpretation, l'oralitÃ, la musique et le temps, en même temps qu'une galerie de personnages et d'histoires pleine de mouvement et de sensinilitÃ. Le CD contient 19 plages de chant a capella parfois acompagnÃs par piano-jouets ou dulcitone.‎


Hermann L. Strack - Loguivy Plougras

Phone number : +33-679439230

EUR20.00
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