• "God is Truth": Exceptionally rare Etching Signed by Gandhi and Illustrator Fritz Eichenberg

    Gandhi, Mohandas K. [Mahatma].

    Mohandas K. Gandhi Signed Engraving Portrait.

    Wood engraving of a bust-length portrait of one of the most famous graphic images of Gandhi by illustrator Fritz Eichenberg; signed by Ghandi, “God is Truth MK Ghandi.” Below Gandhi’s inscription reads, “To Eva Aug. 16th, 1948 with love from Fritz” and additionally signed “Fritz Eichenberg.” The engraving is a proof impression on Japanese paper. The portrait by Eichenberg was originally created for The Catholic Worker, a newspaper in the cause of social justice, and was subsequently used in multiple other publications. “The word satya (Truth) is derived from Sat which means ‘being’. Nothing is or exists in reality except Truth. That is why Sat or Truth is perhaps the most important name of God […] In such selfless search for Truth nobody can lose his bearings for long. Directly he takes to the wrong path he stumbles, and is thus redirected to the right path. Therefore the pursuit of Truth is true bhakti (devotion). It is the path that leads to God” (Ghandi, January 1st, 1927). The engraving measures 12 inches by 9 inches. Double matted and framed. The entire piece measures 22 inches by 20 inches. Signed examples are exceptionally rare and desirable with the core tenet of Gandhi’s religious philosophy.

    Price: $40,000.00

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  • Signed Photograph of Sir Winston Churchill

    Churchill, Winston S.

    Winston S. Churchill Signed Photograph.


    Portrait of the seated Winston Churchill taken in 1920 by Edward Russell of Russell and Sons, boldly signed “Winston S. Churchill, 1921.” In February 1921, Churchill was appointed by Prime Minister David Lloyd George as Secretary of State for the Colonies, during which time he was a signatory to the Anglo-Irish Treaty that established the Irish Free State. Double matted and framed. The photograph measures 21 inches by 17 inches. The entire piece measures 13.5 inches by 11.25 inches. A very nice presentation.

    Price: $7,800.00

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    Livermore, Jesse.

    How to Trade in Stocks: The Livermore Formula for Combining Time Element and Price.

    New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1940.

    First edition of the only book by Jesse Livermore, one of Wall Street’s most well-known traders. Octavo, original blue cloth, contains 16 full color charts. In near fine condition. Laid in is a three page typed letter from Jesse Livermore to Mr. W.H. Mann which reads in part, “I am in receipt of a letter from Mr. W. H. Mann, our Chicago representative of The Livermore Market Key, saying that you would like my opinion on U.S. Gypsum. Personally I have no definite ideas regarding this stock. I class this stock along with many, many others – where the market at times is in a wide range between bids and offered prices…Whenever a selling movement starts, if one should decide to liquidate any of those stocks in that class, – the owner almost always finds a very thin market, – and because the market is so thin, even if he wants to liquidate, he is afraid to…The day is gone, when one can, with assurance, hold what one may term Good Stocks – for no other reason than that one believes in them…As you know our Service does not try to pick out the minor intermediate movements – but only indicate that the MAJOR SWINGS, either up or down, are going to get under way…Sincerely, THE LIVERMORE MARKET KEY Jesse L. Livermore.” Rare and desirable, offering extraordinary insight into the legendary trader’s trading principles.

    Price: $6,500.00

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  • The American Economy in Transition

    Feldstein, Martin.

    The American Economy in Transition.

    Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1980.

    First edition of this collection of essays. Octavo, original cloth. Presentation copy, inscribed by the editor on the front free endpaper, “To Lee Bach With Best Wishes Martin Feldstein.” Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Edited and with an introduction by Martin Feldstein. Includes articles by Milton Friedman, Paul A. Samuelson, George P. Schultz, Alan S. Blinder, Irving Kristol and Simon Kuznets.

    Price: $100.00

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