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Kubasta, Voitech: Tip + Top Build A Motorcar, London, Bancroft & Co., 1961,
4to, 6 pp, each page with a full color pop up diorama of scenes related to cars, trucks and repairs by the renowned Czech illustrator Voitech Kubasta. All moving parts of the six pop ups function perfectly and are intact, and the color is bright. The first pop up represents Tip and Top in an old car museum; the second is Tip and Top in their garage working at a table; the third is Tip and Top eating at a garage as their car is filled with gas; the fourth, Tip and Top leaning out of a small wagon as a large truck bears down on them; the fifth shows Tip and Top tumbling out of their smashed wagon at a car race track; and the last shows Tip and Top finding their way home as their car is carried away on the back of a "breakdown lorry". The cut out of the boys can be pulled to the right to "help the boys find their way home"; this piece has the original reinforcing tape on it. The condition of this book is simply excellent! Don't hesitate to ask for a details pictures.
[SW: Vojtech Kubasta]
Kubasta, Vojtech: Flugzeuge (Tip und Top über den Wolken). Bindlach, Gondrom Verlag. 1988.
(Rücken etwas bestoßen; vermutlich fehlt im Kontrollturm eine von drei Figuren) *** Die Originalausgabe erschien 1964 unter dem Titel "Tip und Top über den Wolken". - *** vgl. Friedrich / von Katzenheim 160
Glanzeinband mit farbig ill. Vor- und Rückseite; 25,5 x 25,5 cm; 6 aufstellbare Kulissenbilder mit beweglichen Bildern: Tip und Top, die in dieser Auflage in Franz und Fritze umgetauft wurden, besuchen eine Luftfahrtschau. Sie fliegen selbst mit Motor- und Segelflugzeugen, Hubschrauber, Überschalljägern, und fahren im Ballon. Vor dem letzten Panorama befindet sich der Betrachter im Kontrollturm eines Flugplatzes - sehr eindrucksvoll mit dem Flugzeug, welches mittels Ziehstreifen über die Rollbahn gezogen werden kann. de; 1
[SW: Pop up. Aufstellbilderbuch. Flugzeuge.]
CHINESE TORTOISE SHELL BLEEDER.. ELABORATELY CARVED CHINESE TORTOISE SHELL POCKET BLEEDER. [Surgical Scalpel].
A RARE CHINESE MEDICAL INSTRUMENT reminscent of similar pattern and subjects found on classic Chinese cedar chests carved in Canton and South China area. The exterior is tortise shell fixed to the silver interior with two small rivets on the side with cherry-blossom like design, above which is a silver tab, used to open and lock closed the top hinged cover. The bottom is carved in the tr- aditional Buddhist swastika. The delicate & intricate carv- ving is done in the Southern style, with open gardens, trop- ical trees showing people relaxing & fanning themselves with large fans, commonly used in the hot, sultry South. The car- vings show a story of filial piety taken from a Confucian text. The top portrays two elders [father & uncle ?] seated with canes, and on the opposite side the eldest son fans his aged father who reads a book. The lower or larger portion is a domestic scene of a family in their garden with large trees and small pagodas and bridges adorning. Opposite side shows a mother holding very large folding fan and her daugh- ter embroidering a silk cloth. The upper portion show the father who also holds a round fan with his son nearby as the father faces & talks to him. Another child is also present in the garden. The opposite side shows the father & uncle in the garden. Upon opening the top, two distinct chambers are present, each holds a small English made steel knife blade [lanets] of the thinest grade sandwiched between two flat tortise covers. Stamped on one is "GRICE" the other shows the Brit-tish crown insignia with the letter "G" stamped. Each blade is riveted, the covers rotate open to reveal the blade and become a handle. They are 5.5 cm. long by 1cm. at the widest. The cover tops of both are with very small chips missing which do not detract from the over high qual- ity of the complete object. One blade may have a small chip off the tip, as this tip has two distinct sharp points, much like saw-teeth for a 'saw action' to cut the skin and vein for bleeding. The two blades are contained in the case & the cover lockes shut. The case is without flaw or defect. It has been miraculously preserved as issued. This medical instrument was used by both Chinese & Western physicans for blood cle-ansing treatment. This special elaborate Chinese carved case was part the doctor's instruments & medical kits obtained in China. For an excellent & good general backgrou- nd see H. Wallnofer: CHINESE FOLK MEDICINE, p.50 for use of Cocculus thunbergii Mu Fang Chi snailseed achieves good res- ults for cleansing of the blood. P. Huard: CHINESE MEDICINE. E. Hume: THE CHINESE WAY IN MEDICINE. L. Morgan: THE TEACH- ING OF SCIENCE TO THE CHINESE. I. Veith: HUANG TI NEI CHING SU WEN: THE YELLOW EMPEROR'S CLASSIC OF INTERNAL MEDICINE for excellent Chinese view on bleeding as a form of therapy: p.189 "One must first drain blood from the arteries in order to harmonize, and then one can suppose without further exam- ination of the illness that health is to be expected." On p. 205, reference to kidney health:...one should select from the vascular system those arteries which are controlled by the lesser Yin and the great Yang and should draw blood from them. To cure suffering from hand & foot "...Yin & Yang... one must first remove blood..."p.210. See also p.130 et al. See W. Morse CHINESE MEDICINE. The very high quality of car- ving should be appreciated. This was also used as a scapel to make small incisions in the skin. The tortoise case is carved with a very fine tool, even the facial features are skillfully done, much attention to the details of leaves, designs on the bridges, grass roof even the silken garments, coifferu &c. A very similar scapel is illustrated in Benja- min Hobson's: XIYI LUELUN in Chinese or the Japanese title: SEI I RYAKU RON, Kyoto 1858, on pages 10 & 24, in volume 1. A most unique, obscure and RARE item ! Color scans can be sent by e-mail. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * BUY WITH * * * * SHIPPING: WE SHIP WORLD WIDE * * * * * The shipping costs displayed for our books on ZVAB are ONLY AN ESTIMATE !!! * ACTUAL costs are based book weight, destination and value. * We will inform you of shipping costs and options once you select the book. **FOREIGN: We usually ship by registered/insured airmail to customers abroad. **DOMESTIC: We ship to USA customers by UPS/FEDEX or U.S. MAIL, appropriate insurance/registry and signature required will appply. ***** Please inquire if you have any questions regarding shipping or payments .
[China nd.ca.1790-1800]. Elaborately carved tortoise shell case, c. 2.3 wide x 7.5 cm. tall, 1.3cm. thick, with hinged top, sterling silver inner lined cover, top with red velvet internally. Exterior including all edges are finely carved,
Davidson, Louis: Trumpet Profiles. 1975. Paper.
Bloomington, In.: Louis Davidson. 1975. (First edition). Quarto. Black lettered red wraps. Top tip has a tiny bump else fine. Previous owner's signature in felt tip on top corner of front panel. A beautfiful copy of this excellent and revealing collection of facsimiles of surveys taken by name trumpet players which deal with "who their teachers were, who their musical inspirations were, what their practice habits were as students and what their practice habits are today". A wonderful book. Scarce.
[SW: Music, Instruments, Brass, Trumpet]