Collection of 6 issues of "Die Tennisbühne: Zeitschrift für Sport, Kunst und ... Collection of 6 issues of "Die Tennisbühne: Zeitschrift für Sport, Kunst und ...

Collection of 6 issues of "Die Tennisbühne: Zeitschrift für Sport, Kunst und Gesellschaft": Nos. 5, 9, 10, 14, 17 (1932), & 8-9 (1933)

Menzel, Roderich (Hrs.)

Published by Die Tennisbühne, Prague, 1933
Condition: g to vg Soft cover
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Small folio. 23, [1], 23, [1], 23, [1], 23, [1], 23, [1], 173-211, [1]pp. Original photo-illustrated wrappers. Collection of 6 issues of "Die Tennisbühne", Czeckoslovakia's first German-language magazine dedicated to Tennis. This collections runs as follow:- Die Tennisbühne Nr. 5, 29. April 1932: Contains numerous b/w illustrations and photographic reproductions (including tennis players such as Vojtech Vodicka, Roderich Menzel, Andre Merlin, and Umberto de Morpurgo.). Includes a Fashion section, and the 5th part of Roderich Menzel's novel "Davis-Cup gestohlen!" (Davis cup stolen!)- Die Tennisbühne Nr. 9, 24. Juni 1932: Contains numerous b/w illustrations and photographic reproductions (including tennis players such as Franjo Kukuljevic, Marie-Louise Horn, Littleton Rogers, Henri Cochet, Takeichi Harada and Gottfried von Cramm.). Includes the Davis Cup results at the end of the third round, a Fashion section, and the 9th part of Roderich Menzel's novel "Davis-Cup gestohlen!" (Davis cup stolen!)- Die Tennisbühne Nr. 10, 2. Juli 1932: Contains numerous b/w illustrations and photographic reproductions (including tennis players such as Andrews, Jean Borotra, Sidney Wood, Ellsworth Vine, Collins, Frank Shields, Mrs. Bennet-Whittingstall, Miss Heeley, Enrique Maier). Includes two articles on Wimbledon, a 6-page Film section, and the 10th part of Roderich Menzel's novel "Davis-Cup gestohlen!"- Die Tennisbühne Nr. 14, 27. August 1932: Contains numerous b/w illustrations and photographic reproductions (including tennis players such as Rogers, Harry Lee, von Cramm, Christian Boussus, Ida Adamoff, and Roderich Menzel.) Includes a biographical article on Henri Cochet, a Fashion section, and the 13th and last part of Roderich Menzel's novel "Davis-Cup gestohlen!" (Davis cup stolen!). A 4 1/4 x 3 1/8 photograph of Jack Crawford has been neatly cut-out from page 6 (affecting text on the previous page).- Die Tennisbühne Nr. 17, 27. Ende September 1932: Contains numerous b/w illustrations and photographic reproductions (including tennis players such as Gregory Mangin, van Ryn, Bunny Austin, Henri Cochet, Ellsworth Vine, Deutsch, Riedel, Marsalek, and Rudi Bertrand). Includes a biographical article on H. Wilfred Austin, a 3-page article on Women's Tennis ranking, and a Fashion section.- Die Tennisbühne Doppelheft 8-9. Juni 1933: Contains numerous b/w illustrations and photographic reproductions (including tennis players such as Jack Crawford, Jacques Brugnon, Bernard, Fred Perry, Menzel, Malecek, Hecht, Marsalek, Siba, Austin, Hugues, Ropper Barett, Lee, Vivian Mc Grath, Quist, and Turnbull). Includes an 11-page fictionalized account of the 1933 Roland Garros tournament (including the official Roland Garros results), a 10-page article on the Cup Davis tournament, a 4-page article on equitation, a Film and Fashion section, and the 6th part of E. Phillips Oppenheim's novel "Martin stolpert ins Glück"Moderate rubbing along edges of wrappers. Text in German. Wrappers in overall good+, interior in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 38378

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Title: Collection of 6 issues of "Die Tennisbühne: ...

Publisher: Die Tennisbühne, Prague

Publication Date: 1933

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:g to vg

Edition: First edition.

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