Berlin: Fischer, 1908. First edition. Original parchment backed printed boards, very good. With a long autograph inscription by Altenberg "Ich hatte wenig zu spenden. Aber ich spendete es restlos, aufrichtig, und temperamentvoll! Wenn alle nur so täten, wäre diese Welt lebendiger, frischer, wahrheitsvoller und ohne stupide Vorurteile. Peter Altenberg für.....
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Berlin: Fischer, 1906. First edition. Original quarter parchment with printed boards, corners restored; a very good copy. W /G 7. "Although Altenberg's ideas about health are scattered throughout his writings, they reach a crescendo in Pròdromos, which consists entirely of prescriptions and aphorisms on everything from minutiae of diet to...
Salzburg: Residenz Verlag, (1974). First edition. Brown cloth, fine, in very good dust jacket with a paper tape repair inside. W / G 23.
Frankfurt a.M. Suhrkamp, (1979). First edition. Wrappers, fine. W / G 37.
Berlin: Vita Deutsches Verlagshaus, 1912. First edition. Cloth with woodcut design on dustjacket, 26 X 21 cm. 112 pp with numerous bw photographs throughout. Very good in very good dj with slight fading to the spine.
Helskini: Eurographica, 1985. First separate edition. Wrappers, fine as issued. One of 350 copies, signed by the author.
Berlin: Suhrkamp, 1953-1965. 21 volumes. Original boards, or original cloth. Very good and fine copies. First editions (except vol. I of Stücke, which is a later printing) of Brecht's collected works, The first 12 of 14 eventually published volumes of plays and the first 9 (of 10) of poems. W.-G...
New York: Pantheon, (1945). First edition. Red and black cloth, clippings attached to endpapers, otherwise a fine copy, the scarce dust jacket is split along one fold. Broch's masterpiece, which he began writing while imprisoned and completed after his emigration to the United States, where an English translation was published...
Leipzig: Insel, 1920. Original boards, spine a little worn, spots on front cover.
München / Wien: Carl Hanser, (1965). First edition. Boards, fine in dust jacket. W /G 12.
München / Wien: Carl Hanser, (1976). First edition. Wrappers, fine. W /G 24.
München / Wien: Carl Hanser, (1980). First edition. The second volume of Canetti's memoirs. Cloth, fine in dust jacket. Signed by Canetti. W / G 29.
Hamburg: Claassen, (1960). First edition. Black cloth. Fine in dust jacket, with restoration along the edges. First edition of Canetti's study of crowds, a deep and idiosyncratic work, to which he devoted much of his life. Warmly inscribed by Canetti to Dr Anton Rothbauer. W /G 7.
Berlin: Malik - Verlag, (1930). Heartfield, John. First edition. Boards, fine in dust jacket. Binding and photomontage dust jacket by John Heartfield. W / G 2.
Frankfurt a.M. Suhrkamp, (1970). First edition. Original white cloth, fine copy in dust jacket, with wraparound band. W /G 58.
Frankfurt a.M. Suhrkamp, (1971). First edition. Original white cloth, fine copy in dust jacket, jacket laminate flaked, small edge tears W /G 59.
Frankfurt a.M. Suhrkamp, (1976). First edition. Original white cloth, abrasion on front endpaper, otherwise a fine copy in dust jacket, with the Büchner Prize wraparound band. W /G 64.
Amsterdam: Querido, 1934. First edition. Grey cloth, small spot on the fore edge; near fine.
Amsterdam: Querido, 1938. First edition. Grey cloth, spine tanned, ownership signature. Very good.
Berlin: Fischer, 1918. First edition. Original printed boards, cloth spine. An excellent, fresh copy.
Berlin: Ullstein, (1927). First edition. Original cloth backed boards, a fine copy in the pictorial dust jacket (restored on lower margin). W / G 33; Raabe 20.
Helskini: Eurographica, 1988. First separate edition. Wrappers, fine. One of 350 copies, signed by the author.
Leipzig: Goerg Joachim Göschen, 1790. First separate edition. Marbled boards, leather label, uncut, and partially unopened, occasional light browning. First separate edition, an offprint or extract from Goeschen's edition of Goethe's Schriften (1787-1790), newly paginated and with a separately printed title page added.
Venedig [i.e. Vienna]: Paul Kaltschmid, 1926. Herzmanovsky-Orlando, Fritz von. First edition. Original mauve cloth, gilt, fine copy, one of 100 numbered copies, privately printed. The Viennese writer and illustrator's rare first book, one of only two published in his lifetime. Not in Wilpert / Gühring.
Wien: Artur Wolf, (1928). Herzmanovsky-Orlando, Fritz von. First edition. Original wrappers with printed parchment cover; slight wear. Gift inscription on front endpaper. A re-issue, apparently, under a new title, of Der Gaulschreck in Rosennetz which was published the same year.