[ANONYMOUS]. Die Braune Blume. [No place printer or date; colophon: Privatdruck in 310 numerierten Exemplaren auf deutschem Bütten, c. 1931].
8vo. Original linen-backed boards, spine lettered in black; pp. 74, ; a fine copy with slightly chipped printed label inside rear cover, reading Unverkäuflich! Privatsammlung Wolfgang Luck [Not for Sale! From the private collection of Wolfgang Luck].
After an even rarer edition, limited to 30 copies and distributed at the Herren-Abend des Berliner Bibliophilen-Abend in 1930 this is the second edition, enlarged by 27 poems, all of which reflect and celebrate bisexuality, homosexuality and lesbianism, in late expressionist style, using strong language. Apparently printed by Aldus-Druck in Berlin under the direction of Abraham Horodisch. This copy, despite the colophon, not numbered. Abraham Horodisch (1898–1987) was a Berlin antiquarian bookseller and bibliophile, who went into exile in 1933.