Germany & German Language
haeusser-media/Verlag Hausser, 2001. Quarto; VG/no-DJ paperback; Yellow, blue & green spine with yellow text; German language; Covers have minimal shelf wear, slight creasing along spine, otherwise clean & sturdy; Text block has slight shelf wear from handling, otherwise clean; pp 624. Arts - German. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Stuttgart: Calwer Verlag/Christliches Verlagshaus, 1993. Octavo: VG/no-DJ hardback: Navy blue spine with green square and white text inside square: Boards are strong and clean, light rubbing to edges, binding good: Textblock exterior has age toning, pages clean and unmarked: Text is entirely in GERMAN: 1706 pp.
Berlin, Leipzig: 1906. 12mo; G+/no-DJ; Light brown spine with gold text set inside green & red boxes; German language; 4 Volume set; Boards have moderate wear along edges with some general rubbing, peeling and scratches, otherwise strong & sturdy; Text block has overall minimal toning, clean & unmarked; pp 1439.
Stuttgart: 2014. Octavo: VG+/no-DJ: Brown spine with black text: Boards are strong and clean with slight bumping of the corners and a small dent on the bottom of the spine, over all in very good shape: Textblock is clean and free from any signs of age, pages have no markings, highlighting, tears or folds: Text is entirely in German: 643 pp.
Hirschberg, Germany: Immanuel Krohns, 1793. First edition. 3 in. thick 10mo in brown ornate vellum; condition: G+; covers show substantial discoloration and soiling; original green and brown colors faded; some tearing along spine but binding strong; dusty edges; beautiful folded map on Hirschberg at front; paper discolored but not detrimental to reading; text in German Gothic in very tight print; shelved in Case # 6; YR consignment.
Berlin: G. Kolle. Oblong Quartos: Fair/no-DJ hardbacks: 1 red, 1 brown and 2 blue spines with no text: Boards all have general shelfwear, fraying to corners and heads and tails of spines, Volumes 1, 3 and 4 are nearly separated at spine with textblock, rubbing and some discoloration to boards, boards are clothe bound with black and gold decoration: Textblock exteriors are gilded, age toning to pages, pictures offset onto blank facing pages but still in good condition themselves: Text is entirely in GERMAN: Unpaginated.
Nuremburg DE: Zentralverlag der NSDAP, 1936. First. Reichs Party Day, the program for the annual Nazi party Nuremburg rally for 1936. Small 8vo, 168pp perfect-bound in wraps. Red paper front with title and decoration, blank red spine, advertisement on back. THIS COPY INCLUDES a used 2-mark ticket for a seat on the west side of the stadium for 10 September. Also a map of Nuremburg and environs, showing the parade routes and locations of other events.
Basel: Verlag Birkhauser, 1949. Quarto; Fair-/no-DJ; Beige spine with black text; Boards have shelf wear with cocked spine, torn & frayed spine, very sunned exterior and heavily rubbed edges; Text block is age toned, but pages are unmarked; Conditions are noted and are 'as is'; pp 199. German language. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Budapest: Corvina, 1958. Quarto; VG/G+; Green and brown (age toned) spine with black text; Dust jacket is age toned with moderate edge wear, plastic jacket cover; Some foxing across boards, boards and joints are sturdy; Previous owner's name penciled on front end-paper, foxing on head edge of text block, interior clean and undamaged; German langauge.
Basel, Paris, London & New York: Barenreiter Kassel, 1963. Thin Quarto; G-/no-DJ paperback; Tan spine with black text; Covers have moderately sunned and wear on exterior with large dark stain toward lower half of front, light marks & scratches also on exterior, but overall intact; Text block is slightly age toned but pages are clean of marks; Previous owner's name on ffep; pp 82. German language.
Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1962. Text in German; 12mo; VG/no-DJ; Boards straight and strong with light corner wear, top right corner of front board lightly bumped, back board has small price sticker near bottom, pastedowns have some very faint foxing, binding strong; Textblock: edges and end papers have some faint foxing, front end paper has name in blue ink in upper right, text has some margin notes and marks in pencil, interior otherwise clean; 74 pp.
Hamburg: Heinrich Bauer, 1963. first edition. tall large folio in light blue cloth with orange and white DJ; VG/VG-; spine orange with ivory and black letters; DJ shows some wear and tear from shelving; strong binding; external edges foxed; paper clean; some cartoons in color; pp. 223; this book is in GERMAN.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1933. First US Edition. Octavo in orange boards with dust jacket. (VG/VG) minor shelf wear, light bumping to head and tail of spine. Binding strong, text clean, text block slightly sun faded. Dust jacket now encased in a protective mylar covering. Some discoloration from tape on back end papers. 312 pages. [DJ spine has orange and gold spine with B&W photo and black text. SHELVED: Rockville, Copier room shelf INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR: from Alonzo, Lara & Jean. and to To Lucy, my real life Helene. Vicki B.
Dusseldorf: Econ, 1966. first edition. folio in bright green hardcovers with grey DJ in brodart; VG/VG; white letters on spine; minimal soiling and shelf wear; strong binding; text and paper clean; previous owner's stamp and inscription on ffep; typed letter attached to title page; pp. 182; plates in black and white and color; in GERMAN; shelved in Arts (German) section.
Berlin and Leipzig: Verlag von Walter de Gruyter & Co. 1928. Small Quarto; Fair/no-DJ; Tan spine with gray text; Cloth has slightly age toned exterior with light foxing toward fore edges, slightly cocked spine, fraying spine head edge & fore corners, and tear at spine tail edge; Text block shows slightly darkened exterior edges, light foxing on first & last few pages, previous owner's book plate on ffep, and cracking at binding at pp 100, as well as several pages of photograph plates toward rear; 25 text pp and 64 plates; German text. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Frankfurt, Germany: Berlag von Carl Berhard Lizius, 1849. Second Edition. Octavo; Fair/no-DJ; Brown spine with black text, blue binding shows through the cracks; Boards strong, generally clean, with considerable shelfwear and edgewear, Quarter-bound covers marbled, unevenly worn in patches, some worn down through decorative layers of board, some only surface abrasions, corners bumped, rubbing at corners, boards edgeworn, paper binding split along the edges of the spine, what remains of the paper binding on the spine is cracked and chipped in numerous places including a long vertical crack running the length of the spine essentially splitting the book title down the middle, blue binding materials are exposed where the paper binding has worn away, fore edges of boards darkened, and there is a dark circular stain at the tail edge of the back cover; Textblock age-toned, evidence of water damage prevalent throughout text including an overwhelming musty odor, for the first 50 pages the tail edge corners of heavier paper stock display dark stains - the stains are fainter on the lighter paper stock, pages are stiff and difficult to turn, names of previous owners inscribed on front free-end paper, text heavily marked in red ink, light foxing throughout, spine cocked, signatures loose, evidence of speckling along top and tail edges, possibility that all edges were originally marbled, but current condition of book makes it difficult to confirm, AES; pp 372. "As-Is"
London: A.Zwemmer, 1931. Large Octavo; G/no-DJ; Dark red spine with gold text; German language; Boards have slightly sunned & lightly smudged exterior panels with rubbing on spine and at corners and edges, but panels are sturdy; Text block shows darkening on exterior edges with interior pages clean of marks; pp 425. Arts - Renaissance. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Germany: Cwelag von Ferdinand Enke, 1935. First Edition. Octavo; VG/no-DJ; spine gray w/gold text, some wear and creasing, fading, otherwise good; boards solid and clean, sml sticker & stamp on inside cvr, some aging otherwise good; binding strong; pages have some wear, ages spots, 2 orthopedic pamphlets in the front, some water spots and pages sticking due to be pressed together for long period of time otherwise in very good cond. 151pp German Health.
Tubingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1961. na. Octavo; vg/good; blue spine with gilt lettering; dj, grey spine with black text; ex libris, signed by po, 1966, ffep; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; some underlining, blue; endpapers, light toning starts; dj, small open tears; spine, toned; else good; ---[Thomas Aquinas]; ---ISBN none.
Berlin: Springer, 1965. first edition. octavo in brown cloth with ivory letters and DJ; VG/VG; spine ivory with brown letters; DJ and boards have moderate soiling; previous owner's name inside front cover; thin paper slightly yellowed around edges; text in fine print clean; pp. 591; in GERMAN; shelved in Physics section.
Frankfurt and Leipzig: 1733. First edition. 12mo rebound in marble green and brown hardcovers with 3/4 grey leather spine; gold letters on spine; marble end pages; good, sturdy binding; book heavily discolored but not detrimental to reading; paper wobbling; text in Gothic German with index in Latin; pp. 592; shelved in Case # 6; YR consignment.
Zurich: Rhein-Verlag, 1952. Special Edition. Octavo; VG/G+; blue spine, white text; jacket has chipping around edges, small open and closed tears on front head edge, scuffing, wrinkling, sunning along spine; boards are strong, spine slightly cocked; textblock has edge wear, minor creasing in corners of some pages, ex-libris plate on front pastedown, small amount of writing on back fly paper, otherwise clean; pp 761; in German.
Munich: Georg W. Dietrich, 1913. Quarto in dark pink cloth hardcovers with vinyl cover; gold and black gilt on covers; moderate soiling; strong binding; title page slightly soiled and repaired with scotch tape; illustrations on white glossy paper; text in Gothic letters; in German; pp. 95; shelved in Case # 7; DC consignment; please contact us for shipping costs.
Munich: R. Piper & Co. 1940. (first edition). short 4to in cloth. VG/G. volume pages clean, binding tight. cloth worn through in places along bottom edge of volume. dj heavily age-toned, pencil drawings from former owner on back cover, edgeworn and chipped at spien ends and corners. closed tears at front cover mended from behind with acid-free tape. some pencil writing on back endpapers. 272pp. spine beige, dark brown text. in German language books.
Tubingen, Germany: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1962. 1962 Edition. Six quartos in quarter cloth boards, all VG/No DJ, spines are black cloth with gilt text. The following characterizes all six volumes: Some shelfwear, some bumping to head and tail of spine, light smudging to bottom edge of text block, light superficial scratches to exterior of boards, previous bookseller's sticker affixed to front endpaper. Light sunning to spines of Volumes One, Two, Three, Four, and Six, light sunning to top edge of boards. Volume Five has some sunning to spine. Binding strong and text clean in all volumes. TEXT IN GERMAN. The individual volumes are divided and subtitled as follows: Volume One: Erster Band A-C Mit 8 Tafeln und 4 Karten; Volume Two: Zweiter Band D-G Mit 6 Tafeln und 7 Karten; Volume Three: Dritter Band H-Kon Mit 20 Tafeln und 7 Karten; Volume Four: Vierter Band Kop-O Mit 36 Tafeln und 2 Karten; Volume Five: Funfter Band P-Se Mit 3 Karten; Volume Six: Sechster Band Sh-Z: Mit 2 Tafeln und 3 Karten. This item was from our Dupont Circle store, now shelved in Maryland warehouse.
Berlin: 1891. third edition. small octavo in beige moire covers with embossed brown leather spine and gold letters; VG; clean boards with minimal shelf wear; binding strong; flaps in moire paper clean; external edges in moire clean; ffeps and title page with slight foxing and discoloration; colored sewn-in bookmark; paper slightly faded; pp. 424; in GERMAN.
Osnabruck: Biblio, 1979. Text entirely in German. Octavo; VG/G+; White spine with black text; DJ has 1" closed tear and few 0.5" tears on spine; 1.5" closed tear and two 0.5" tears on lower fore edge, moderate surface scuffing; Boards strong, some rubbing to spine/corners; Textblock age-toned, shows stamp/small sticker on front end paper, otherwise clean; 634pp.
Munich: Albert Langen. First limited edition. Tall folios in brown hardcovers with gold letters; condition: Good; moderate soiling on boards; some shelf wear and tears on spines, not detrimental to binding; ex-library small stamp inside front page; lithographs' paper faded; 3 volumes contain 72 lithographs each, one of them on the Bonaparte's era; another volume contains cartoons from newspapers; with introductory comments in German; shelved in Alcove # 2; please contact us for shipping costs.