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        How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

      - New York: Random House, (1957). First edition. 4to. Younger & Hirsch 33. A sharp copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Darren Winston, Bookseller, SNEAB]
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        On the Road

      Viking, New York 1957 - Hardcover, no jacket. 1957 date to both title and copyright pages, states "Published in 1957 by the Viking Press, Inc.", no later dates or printings listed. Thus, a Viking first printing as per publisher's 1937 statement. Black cloth-covered boards are lovely, corners are nice, white titles sharp, no internal markings whatsoever. The spine is angled about 1/4-inch and the red topstain is slightly faded to brown in the center. Rear board will close itself but front board will not. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Cat's Curiosities]
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      1957. BRAINE, John. ROOM AT THE TOP. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1957. Small 8vo., green cloth in dust jacket. First English Edition. Signed presentation from Braine on the front endpaper: "John Braine. With my best wishes to Harold Downs." Downs is a teacher whose students spotted a grammatical error in the text. With a typed letter signed from Braine to Downs laid in: "It is very flattering to have one's work discussed- I should have dearly loved to have listened in- though rather frightening. For, no matter how much care one takes, errors creep in. Often I've spotted errors in others work myself, and each time have vowed that I would never be so careless. Alas, I have sinned. Not once, but several times. Some of the errors have been corrected in later editions; but I didn't even know about this one. Your students are right; it should be SELLER's.... Congratulations to your students on being so hawk-eyed; but if any of them write a novel, warn them that I shall go through it with a fine-toothed comb!" Considered one of the seminal "angry young man" novels of the 1950s, "Room At The Top" was the basis for the 1959 film directed by Jack Clayton. The movie was nominated for six Academy Awards and won an Oscars for Best Screenplay and for actress Simone Signoret. The film was also nominated for Best Picture. Near fine (bright); moderate wear & soil (little chipping to spine ends) d/j. Enclosed in a custom-designed, clam-shell box with a gilt-tooled spine and a depiction on the front cover duplicating the image on the dust jacket. A nice presentation of an interesting book. $2875.00.

      [Bookseller: Antic Hay Books ]
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        Compleat Goggler: Being the First and Only Exhaustive Treatise on the Art of Goggle Fishing

      NY:: Dodd, Mead,. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1957. Hardcover. B0006AUWLG . Foreword by James Dugan. Black and white photographs. An updated reprint of the 1938 edition. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper, else very good in a very good (faded along the spine, moderate edge wear with a few short closed edge tears and tiny chips) dust jacket. ; 182 pages .

      [Bookseller: Grendel Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Briefe und Schriften: Bd. 1-10

      Kohlhammer W., ab 1957.. Gebundene Ausgabe, Leinen. 10 Bände in 11 Teilbänden - Einbände und Schnitte leicht berieben, SU ausgeblichen und tw. leicht beschädigt - Bücher ohne Eintragungen- Bücher ansonstem in sehr gutem Zustand - Jeder Lieferung liegt eine ordentliche Rechnung mit ausgewiesener MwSt. bei

      [Bookseller: primatexxt Buchversand]
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        3 eigenh. Briefe mit U. ("Boni").

      O. O. bzw. [Paris], 8. Oktober 1957 bzw. o. D. - Zusammen (1+1+2 =) 4 SS. auf 3 Bll. Gr.-4to und 8vo. An seine Vertraute Bettina Hoenig in New York: "Ich freue mich, daß Du eine Wohnung hast. Ich kenne das Haus; - es ist da, wo ich auch mal mieten wollte u. wo oben im Apartment der Greta Keller die Margot v. Opel lebt. Ein Freund von mir lebte lange im Penthause nebenan [.] Es ging mir gut. Ich war nicht allein. Und es war schön. Ich habe meine Arbeit zwar vernachlässigt, aber zum erstenmale sang jemand – nach vielen Jahren – u. lachte im Hause herum, schwamm u. war ganz da. Es war nicht schwer, anderes zu vergessen. Was man nicht vergißt, ist man selbst, - aber darüber lächelt man auch, wenn soviel Leben u. Da-Sein um einen herumbebt u. leuchtet [.]" (Br. v. 8. Oktober 1957). - "Eine neue Füllfeder einschreiben (die alte, 10 Jahre treue ist endlich entschlafen) ist ein solches Kreuz, daß man entschuldigt ist zu schreiben. Außerdem (Glück! Hurra!) werden unsere Briefe kürzer u. in größeren Abständen (nicht ein Zeichen, daß wir uns nicht so viel zu sagen haben, wohl aber, daß unsere sogenannte Liebe langsam ausgehungert wird!)[.] Nichts passiert, also ist auch weniger zu schreiben, u. auch weniger zu denken [.] Der Vogel ist entweder glücklich u. beschäftigt oder wartet in Ruhe bis ich zurückkomme. Eine Hellseherin hier hat mir überraschende Dinge gesagt: Der Vogel habe eine Affaire, sei selbst der ag[g]ressive Teil, der andere sei vorsichtig, wolle nichts riskieren [.]" (undat. Brief). - "[.] Ich fahre morgen, Montag abend, nach P[orto] R[onco] u. werde dort gleich anfangen zu arbeiten. Ich bin ungeduldig, es zu tun, da die letzten Wochen es wieder unterbrochen hatten, u. ich will das Buch fertig mitbringen. Ich will auch keine weiteren Nachrichten über den Vogel hören, – höchstens, wenn – nein, nur, wenn sie mich beruhigen oder vorbereiten können auf irgend eine Attacke. Versuche auch nicht, herauszufinden, ob u. wann sie reist [.]" (undat. Brief aus [Paris] auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Vignette des Hotel Lancaster). - Zwei Briefe auf dünnem Luftpostpapier, einer davon stärker knittrig und mit stärkeren Randläsuren. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Between filming ?Jailhouse Rock? and releasing his hit ?All Shook Up,? Elvis Presley finds time to purchase what would become the most hallowed of all ground in Rock and Roll, Graceland. The original and first contract lovingly signed by Dad, Vernon

      Partly Printed Contract Signed ?Vernon Presley? as Purchaser and ?Ruth Brown Moore? as Seller, ?subject to approval by Elvis Presley,? 2 pages, 8.25? x 13.75?. Memphis, Tenn., March 17, 1957. Typed Carbon with holograph additions and corrections in ink initialed three times ?R.B.M.? by the seller, Ruth Brown Moore. Also signed ?Virginia Grant? as real estate agent. Fine condition. In part, ?Received of Elvis A. Presley, Vernon E. Presley & Gladys L. Presley the sum of One Thousand and no/100 Dollars as earnest money and in part payment for the purchase of the following real estate, situated in the City of Memphis, County of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, to-wit: The property known as Graceland, more particularly described as 3764 Highway 51 South, and being approximately 13 1/2 acres ... which I (We) have this day sold and agree to convey to Above purchasers or any person they may designate, and which they agree to purchase for the sum of $90,000.00 $100,000.00 $102,500.00 Ninety One Hundred Thousand and no/100 Two Thousand & Five Hundred Dollars upon terms as follows: ?As part of purchase price, purchasers are to trade their property at 1034 Audubon Drive, at the price of $55,000.00. Balance of purchase price to be paid as follows? $10,000.00 cash at closing. Seller to carry a first mortgage on 3764 Highway 51 South, in the amount of $35,000.00 $37,500.00, payable over a 25 year period, in monthly installments, to include interest of not more than 6%. If seller does not wish to hold this mortgage, said loan may be secured, elsewhere. ?This offer is subject to approval by Elvis Presley, not later than 8 p.m., March 19, 1957...? On Saturday, March 17, 1957, Vernon Presley called local Memphis real estate agent Virginia Grant and asked her what properties she had that they could look at on behalf of his son, Elvis Presley. Grant showed two properties that day including an estate called Graceland. By 6 P.M., she had drawn up a provisional sales agreement for Vernon to sign. He paid the thousand dollar deposit as specified in this contract, and the deal was put in place for what has become the most famous home in music history. At 10:00 A.M. on Monday, March 19, 1957, Elvis and his parents met with real estate agent Virginia Grant at Graceland. They signed the sales contract on the spot as purchasers, and they closed on March 26, 1957. The City Council of Memphis officially changed the name of Highway 51 South to Elvis Presley Boulevard in June 1971. The actual street address of Graceland became 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard. Ruth Brown Moore and her husband, Dr. Thomas D. Moore, built Graceland in 1939 on land she inherited from her mother, Ruth Toof Brown, who had inherited it from her sister Grace Toof Ward. They named the mansion and the farm Graceland in honor of Aunt Grace. Dr. and Mrs. Moore were divorced in 1952. Other contracts do exist, the terms being modified, but there can only be one ?first edition,? and it is presented here. Graceland?s place in Rock and Roll history and culture as a whole is irrefutable. Other than the White House, it is the most visited home in America boasting over a half million visitors per year. To understand the reverence other stars have for Graceland, one only needs to learn about Paul McCartney?s visit, or hear ?Walking in Memphis? by Marc Cohn, or Paul Simon?s ?Graceland? album whose title track exclaims ?For reasons I cannot explain there?s some part of me wants to see Graceland.?JSA Letter of Authenticity.

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        The Sense of Movement

      London: Faber and Faber. (1957). First. Uncorrected proof. A trifle soiled, else fine in printed blue wrappers. Publisher's complimentary card laid in. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      England, circa 1957. A multi-dimensional archive, including: eleven 8 X 10 inch black & white photographs of Frost taken during his trip to England in June, 1957, by Time-Life photographer Howard Sochurek. The verso of each photograph includes the photographer's credit, and the "Time Inc. Book Division Copyright Reproduction Not Permitted" statement stamp. Also included are photo static copies (pp. 12) of the report of captions for photographs of 14 rolls of film, written and compiled by Bea Dobie (Beatrice T. Dobie). Dobie served "a 38-year career with Time, Inc. including a much-enjoyed period as a foreign correspondent and reporter for LIFE magazine. She worked for both Time and LIFE magazines and was a founding executive of Time-LIFE Books. She was instrumental in choosing Alexandria as its new headquarters in 1976. She served as chief of research and ended her career as vice president and director of personnel" (exerpt from her obituary). Also included is a photo static copy (pp. 7) of typed notes dated June 14, 1957, for a story by Bea Dobie. Also included is a photo static copy (pp. 5) of typed notes dated June 17, 1957, for a story by Bea Dobie. Additionally, the original typescript (pp. 3) of a story "SUBJECT: Robert Frost in England" by Bea Dobie, along with two complete carbon copy sets of the original typescript. Also a clipping from TIME, June 24, 1957, titled "For Freedom & Justice" with a photo of Frost by Howard Sochurek. Also included in this archive is an original handwritten letter by Frost to "Miss. Haferd" and dated "London Eng / June 14 1957" written on the FEP of a copy of Frost's THE COMPLETE POEMS (Jonathan Cape, 1956). The recipient was Margaret "Maggie" Haferd, the cultural officer and librarian of the American embassy in London, who was "the official in charge of Frost's English itinerary" (Thompson & Winnck, ROBERT FROST: THE LATER YEARS, Holt, p.223). The letter reads: "Dear Miss Haferd: Please take this book for the moment as all the thanks I can put into words written or printed for the glorious workout you have given us this month in the country half my own. The State Department shall be told of all you have done for me, my granddaughter, Lee Francis, and my friend Lawrance Thompson to make our visit a real campaign. But that will be nothing to what I shall be thinking of you the rest of my days. In lasting friendship, Robert Frost, London Eng June 14 1957" in blue fountain pen ink. Further included is a copy of Frost's 1957 Christmas greeting "My Objection to being Stepped On" with the Lesley Lee Francis imprint, with a handwritten note laid in "all my love to that wonderful girl at 5 Derby St. who did so much to make my stay in London a memorable one. Lesley Lee" in blue fountain pen ink. In all, this archive represents a remarkable witness to the historical trip Frost made to England in 1957. Slight minimal wear, overall fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Jett W. Whitehead Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        Children's Books

      1957. MUNARI, Bruno. Animals for Sale; Tic, Tac and Toc; Who's There? Open the Door!; The Birthday Present; The Elephant's Wish; Jimmy has Lost his Cap. Illustrated in colour throughout. Folios, 320 x 230 mm, bound in original pictorial boards. Cleveland: The World Publishing Company, [1957-1959]. A complete set of the first books published in America by Bruno Munari (1907-1998), an Italian artist and designer known for radical innovations in graphics and typography. After the War he began to design and produce book-objects of which these children's picture books are prime examples, "'among the most original, imaginative, and beautiful books ever made'" (rear cover). Translated by Maria Cimino for the American edition from the Italian version, first published in Italy in 1945. Giorgio Maffei, Munari: i Libri 66-73.

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        Proceedings of the Presentation of the Williamsburg Award by the Trustees of Colonial Williamsburg to The Rt. Hon. Sir Winston S. Churchill. At Draper's Hall, London December 7, 1955.

      Williamsburg, Virginia: Colonial Williamsburg, 1957 - Tall octavo. Original pale green boards, gilt lettered. Spine and front cover faded. Illustrated. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by Lady Soames on the front free endpaper: "Given me by Tim Hardy. May '06. Thanked on telephone". From the library of Mary Soames, with the posthumous bookplate loosely inserted. Woods D (b) 110.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Atlas Shrugged

      Random House, 1957. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Random House, New York 1957. First Edition / First Printing. Stated First Printing, no additional printings. Blue cloth binding. Book Condition: Very Good+, tight spine, a few light spots. Owner inscription at the endpaper, light shelf wear. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, shelf wear, price clipped. Light chipping, tears repaired at the spine and front panel. Wrapped in a new removable mylar cover.

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      Charles Scribner';s Sons, New York 1957 - Signed. Octavo. A complete First Edition set, in blue cloth, lacking the slipcases, and the dustjacket to Volume VII. Volume II is Signed with a personal inscription on the recto of the frontispiece. The book is inscribed to William H. White who taught at the University of Virginia School of Law. White's signature is on the half-title or the verso of six of the seven volumes; Volume V has a different name stamped on the bottom edge of the text block. All of the 7 volumes are First Editions. Very Good binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BLACK SWAN BOOKS, INC., ABAA, ILAB]
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      Privately printed at the Curwen Press, London 1957 - 4to. cloth, spine labels, top edges gilt, leather spine labels, dust jackets. xx,399; xxi,428; xiii,300; xiii,301-675 pages. 4 volumes, complete set. First editions, limited to 500, 400, and 400 copies respectively. Filled with bibliographical descriptions of the color plate books published in England during this period and containing many plates in color. The great reference set of the subject. Jacket on second volume has spotting on back cover of jacket and a small piece missing at tip. Unusual to find preserved in jackets. cloth, spine labels, top edges gilt, leather spine labels, dust jackets [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

      London: Hodder & Stoughton,, 1957. (From 'The Little White Bird'.) With Drawings by Arthur Rackham. Octavo (240 × 172 mm.) Bound by Frost & Co. in contemporary red polished calf, green and black morocco labels to spine lettered in gilt, gilt decorated compartments, gilt rules to boards, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Housed in a red cloth slipcase. Frontispiece with tissue guard, 16 coloured plates and a map. A superb copy. An attractively bound copy, illustrated with Rackham's captivating drawings. The literary character of Peter Pan was inspired by the Davies boys, whom Barrie first met during their outings to Kensington Gardens, and first appeared in the book-within-a-book London story-collection for adults, The Little White Bird (1902). By this time Barrie was also increasingly turning his focus from prose to concentrate on drama, and his two plays, Quality Street and The Admirable Crichton (produced in 1901 and 1902 respectively), though successful, were eclipsed by the enormous success of Peter Pan, which opened on 27 December 1904 and broke all previous theatrical records. Then, in 1906, Barrie sanctioned the publication of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, in collaboration with Rackham as illustrator; the text was extracted from The Little White Bird with minor revisions, and it was published specifically as a children's book.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Holograph letter

      Budapest, February 18, 1957 - Original manuscript on folded paper. Dated, signed. 1 page, in ink. Weiner (1885-1960; Hungarian composer and music educator) names Imre Lederer to represent him in the negotiation regarding the German translation of his works "Formenlehre" (A hangszeres zene formái; 1955) and the essay on Beethoven's piano sonatas. Original manuscript on folded paper. Dated, signed [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Földvári Books]
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        La Tribu Arc-en-ciel [together with:] The Rainbow Children

      Amsterdam: Mulder & Zoon,, [1957]. With the assistance of Jo Bouillon. Two works, quarto. Original pictorial boards. The edition in French with the pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in colour throughout. Extremities lightly rubbed, contents faintly toned, jacket of edition in French slightly chipped, and split at spine panel, edition in English lacking jacket. Bright copies in excellent condition. First edition & first edition in English, first impressions. Both copies inscribed by Josephine Baker on the front free endpaper verso, one copy reading "Maman" and the other "Mama". Written by Baker in collaboration with her then-husband Jo Bouillon, and beautifully illustrated by Piet Worm, The Rainbow Children tells of the adventures of a one-eyed black hen named Kott-Kott. Kott-Kott, a thinly disguised portrait of Baker, travels the world in search of her lost eye and finally finds salvation with the Rainbow Tribe at Les Milandes, Baker's name for her chateau in the Périgord region of France where she lived with Bouillon and their 12 children adopted from around the world, the "tribu arc-en-ciel" of the title.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Reefer Boy -----a Shocking Novel of Teen-Age Dope Addicts ---by Hal Ellson (released in the USA as: The GOLDEN SPIKE )

      London: Pedigree Books, 1957, 1st UK Paperback Edition, 1st Printing , 1957. ---------slightly larger than a normal paperback, about 4.75 x 7 inches, a solid Good copy, juvie glossary at rear of book, a reasonable copy of what I consider the rarest drug related paperback, nice JD cover, preceded by a hardcover edition which in relation to this edition looks common, released in the USA as THE GOLDEN SPIKE by Ballantine Books, some rubbing and soiling to the rear white panel, faint stress lines on the spine and covers, ink name in a couple of spots, some browning to the paper, overall a pretty nice copy, nice juvie / juvenile delinquent cover art of teenagers smoking in an alley at night, by the author of Duke and Tomboy, Ellson was best known for his juvie novels, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Soft Cover. Good. Illus. by Uncredited Cover Art.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        Little Bear

      New York: Harper & Brothers, , 1957. Pictures by Maurice Sendak. Octavo. Original pictorial boards, black cloth back strip. With the dust jacket. Illustrations by Maurice Sendak throughout. Corners lightly rubbed in the dust jacket with light rubbing to corners, shallow chipping to ends of spine. A very good copy. First edition, first printing. First title in the Little Bear series.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Deep Water (First Edition)

      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1957. First Edition. First Edition. Fine in a bright, Very Good plus dust jacket. Jacket is bright, colorful, and complete, with several short closed tears and some faint staining at the rear panel to note. Basis for the 1981 French film directed by Michel Deville and starring Isabelle Huppert and Jean-Louis Trintignant.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Le sang d'un poète

      First edition, one of 40 numbered copies on pure yarn, one of our 10 trade off with the No. 1, only large paper with 15 unnumbered blue vellum. Illustrated book of drawings inset of the author. Beautiful specimen. Editions du Rocher Monaco 1957 14x19,5cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Les mémorables

      First edition, one of 30 numbered copies on Lana cloth for the first two volumes and one of 64 numbered copies on laid Voiron for the latter, limited edition of the first two volumes and the only major paper to the last.Track transverse fold on the front cover of the second volume, a little sunshine in the foot the first flat of the third volume, which also includes clear discharge adhesive paper on guard.Rare and beautiful set that occur rarely complete the third volume which appeared late. Flammarion & Grasset Paris 1957-1978 16,5x21,5cm 3 volumes brochés

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Le dernier homme

      First Edition, one of 30 numbered copies on pure yarn, one of our 5 off scholars and trade with the letter A, copy reserved Maurice Blanchot only major papers. Provenance: from the library of Maurice Blanchot. Gallimard Paris 1957 12x19cm broché

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        Joseph de Maistre, textes choisis et présentés par E.M. Cioran

      Edition for which it was not derived great papers, copies of a press service. Autograph signed by the author François Erval. Back and slightly flat and marginally imaged as often full copy of his prayer inserted. Editions du Rocher Paris 1957 14x19cm broché

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        Le dernier homme

      First Edition, one of 30 numbered copies on pure wire only major papers. Rare and very nice copy. Gallimard Paris 1957 12x19cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        D'un château l'autre

      First edition, one of 45 numbered copies on vellum Holland van Gelder, print head.Bound in full black morocco, flat spine decorated with strips of red and green inlay and brown morocco date tail, dishes decorated with geometric decoration red strips and mosaics of green, brown and gray morocco morocco black morocco in coaching contreplats guards and contreplats red suede, all edges gilt, covers and spine preserved, Case lined with black morocco and velvet-lined ocher, binding signed Semet and Plumelle.A slip of the manuscript was connected head of the copy after the cover.Copy remarkable well established in a mosaic binding master.Provenance: bilbliothèque R. and BL with his bookplate. Gallimard Paris 1957 14x20,5cm relié sous étui

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        L'exil et le royaume

      First edition, one of 45 numbered copies on Holland, one of our 5 hors commerce justified by the editor draw tête.Reliure black half sorrow, smooth back, when golden tail, framing a gold band on dishes covered with pink stingray guards and contreplats pink paper, covers and spine preserved, gilt-head control, superb binding signed Goy & Vilaine.Très nice copy superbly set in a spectacular binding stingray. Gallimard Paris 1957 12x18,5cm relié

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        Les chants du printemps

      Illustrated edition of 21 original chisels Tavy Notton, one of 15 numbered copies on Japan super pearly print head after another 6 enrichis.Notre otherwise copy, as it is stated in the justification of the draw is full of original drawing signed Tavy Notton, his two suites on Auvergne and white Rives, the draw on silk 3 boards simples.En contrast, copper and silk print 3 double boards are lacking in our ouvrage.Les illustrations Tavy Notton consist as follows: 1 frontispiece in black, 20 full-page black including 6 double page.Très nice copy. Aux dépens d'un artiste Bourg-la-Reine 1957 25,5x32,5cm en feuilles sous chemise et étui.

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        Mapping the Transmississippi West 1540-1861 (5 volumes in 6)

      San Fransisco: The Institute of Historical Cartography. 1957-63. First Edition. Hardcover. Quarter green cloth over straw buckram boards with gilt titles on spine, very light rubbing around spine ends, upper board of vol.4 with small mark to cloth, internally clean and bright, illustrated with over 350 maps. A very good set of this important work which was produced in an edition of 1000 sets. Very heavy item, will incur additional shipping costs for international delivery. , Folio 13" - 23" tall .

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        The Lithographs Of Chagall Volume 11

      Monte Carlo. Hardcover. VeryGood. Volume Two 1957 - 1962 Andre Sauret Publisher Monte Carlo, by Fernand Mourlot. Translated from the French by Maria Jolas Printed in France Andre Sauret 1963.Inside cover has a pen reference number and the word ART on front page ends.Large heavy hard bac

      [Bookseller: Daisyroots Books Ltd]
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        THE GIFT OF LOVE By JANE LYTTON 1957 w/No Other Copies Found

      TITLE: THE GIFT OF LOVE By JANE LYTTON 1957 w/No Other Copies Found AUTHOR: JANE LYTTON THE GIFT OF LOVE PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) / COPYRIGHT: WRIGHT & BROWN, LONDON 1957 EDITION: First Edition assumed CATEGORY: Love, First Edition BINDING/COVER: Hardback with dust jacket COLOR: Red CONDITION: Ex-library copy with the usual stamps and markings present. The jacket is inside a protective cover and appears to be in good condition; the flaps are taped to the boards; Book is without marks or writings other than those of the library, pages are fairly clean, and book is tight and sturdy. Book is in a somewhat moderately to heavy used state. SIZE: 5 x 7 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 189 pages. Fair/Good- dust jacket condition. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: Ex-library copy with the usual stamps and markings present. First Edition assumed. WRIGHT & BROWN, LONDON 1957. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS BOOK FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET AT THE TIME OF THIS RESEARCH!!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, books will ship immediately without email notification to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc 850 E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 006428 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE WAR AGAINST JAPAN 5 volumes, complete set.

      Her Majesty's Stationary Office, Book Condition: Fine in Near Fine dust jacket, First Edition5 Volumes, Published by Her Majesty's Stationary Office, all First Editions in unclipped dustjackets, with numerous plates, illustrations, diagrams and maps (many folding and several coloured in outline) ; Published in the official series HISTORY OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR UNITED KINGDOM MILITARY SERIES, The set comprises: Vol. I: THE LOSS OF SINGAPORE (1st. Edition 1957) , xxii, [ii], 568 pages, frontispiece, 27 appendices, 28 maps and sketches (most folding) , 26 photographs, loosely inserted are Corrigenda to Vol. 1 and Volume 1 corrections ( 2 sheets). Vol. II: INDIA'S MOST DANGEROUS HOUR (1st edition 1958) , xvii, [i], 541 pages, 33 appendices, 15 maps (most folding) + strategic map in pocket at rear, 20 sketches, 35 photographs, Vol. III: THE DECISIVE BATTLES (1st. Edition 1962) , xix, [i], 559 pages, 30 appendices, 15 maps (most folding) (No. 15 in pocket at rear) , 20 sketches, 57 photographs, Vol. IV: THE RECONQUEST OF BURMA (1st. Edition 1965) , xxv, [i], 568 pages, 27 appendices, 13 maps (most folding) , ( No. 13 in pocket at rear) , 21 sketches, 92 photographs, loosely inserted is Vol. IV corrections (one sheet) , Vol. V: THE SURRENDER OF JAPAN (1st. Edition 1969) , xxiii, [i], 599 pages, 32 appendices, 16 maps (most folding) , 17 sketches, 35 photographs, By far the most comprehensive and detailed account; appendices contain Allied and Japanese Order of Battle, details of supply arrangements, casualty statistics. Complete sets are extremely scarce in any condition. This is a fine set in near fine dustjackets. Heavy books may require extra postage cost. ; 250 x 170mm

      [Bookseller: M. & A. Simper Bookbinders and Bookselle]
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        Christ in His Consecrated Virgins: The Marriage of the Lamb

      Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1957. Good. Ex-Library with all the usual markings, possible attachments, and library wear.

      [Bookseller: GuthrieBooks]
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        Notebooks of Srinivasa Ramanujan

      Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. Hardcover. B0007JHBYM 1957 Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay. The rare and complete two volume set of the "Notebooks of Srinivasa Ramanujan", a facsimile edition of the original manuscripts. Volume I contains 351 pages of text, with Volume II containing 393. There is some wear and scratching to the original blue cloth slipcase, with the top edge splitting. There is minor soiling and fading along the spines of the blue cloth boards of each hardcover volume. The texts are unmarked, with minimal notations in pencil to the endpapers having been erased. The bindings are sturdy, although the rear hinge of Volume Two is beginning to split. An attractive and collectible copy of this scarce edition, and a classic in the fields of Mathematics and Number Theory. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. Due to the heavy nature of the set, International Shipping may will an additional charge. . Good. 1957-01-01.

      [Bookseller: Kristian Strom, Bookseller]
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        The Dai Vernon Book of Magic, Etc. with Illustrations, Including Portraits. Photographs by George Bartlett

      London: Harry Stanley [C. 1957] 0 - Description: 239 p. Ill. Signed by Dai Vernon. Subjects: Magic tricks. Fine cloth copy in a good if somewhat edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall. 1 Kg. 239 pp. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        IBM 305 & 360 RAMAC. Random access memory accounting

      London: IBM, 1957. First Hard Drive System IBM. IBM 305 & 360 RAMAC. Random access memory accounting. 7, [1]pp., including wrappers. Text illustrations. London: IBM United Kingdom Ltd., [1957]. Original printed self-wrappers. Fine copy. First Edition. IBM’s RAMAC (Random Access Memory Accounting) was the first hard-drive system, and the IBM 305 RAMAC, introduced in September 1956, was the first commercial computer to use a moving-head hard disk drive for secondary storage of information. A RAMAC unit was also added to IBM’s popular 650 computer, which had begun manufacture three years earlier. Each RAMAC unit contained 50 24-inch disks and could store five megabytes of information; it weighed over a ton and took up 1.5 square meters (16 square feet) of space. The RAMAC greatly increased the speed of data access and eliminated the need for sorting and batch processing of information, thus allowing businesses to approach “real time” accounting and administration. The present brochure reprints an article titled “Continuous data processing in business administration,” which had originally appeared in the January 1957 issue of Automation Progress. The brochure was issued by the British branch of IBM.

      [Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's ]
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