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        Une capitale Turque, Brousse. Bursa [Texte et planches]

      Boccard, 1958. 2 volume in-folio, cartonnage éditeur. Texte : XII- 218 pp. 143 figures dans le texte. Planches : 7 pp.- plan d'ensemble & CVI planches (les planches 21, 26 et 96 étant bis) 10 en couleurs contrecollées. Chemise toilée à recouvrements. Très bon exemplaire. Superbe monographie sur la première capitale des Ottomans, résultat de 15 ans de travail de l'architecte et archéologue Albert Gabriel, spécialiste de l'Anatolie et premier directeur de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie à Istanbul. Histoire et la topographie de la ville, puis inventaire complet et détaillé des monuments (près de 300 photographies), depuis la fondation en 1326.

      [Bookseller: Librairie de L' Avenue]
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        Sämtliche Werke. Historisch-kritische Ausgabe. Besorgt von Hans Zeller und Alfred Zäch.

      Bern, Benteli 1958-1998. Bände 8 und 14 in zweiter Auflage. 15 Bände in 16 Bänden. 20,5 x 13 cm. Original-Leinen mit goldenen Rückentiteln auf rotem Hintergrund. Rücken teils ein wenig verblasst bzw. gebräunt. Kleine private Bibliotheksnummer und Besitzeintrag auf Vorsätzen. These books will only be shipped within the European Union! Versand dieser Bücher nur innerhalb der Europäischen Union. Literatur 19. Jh., Werkausgaben

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Roland Gögler]
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        MALIBU.|THE

      Dawson's Book Shop, Los Angeles 1958 - 8vo. cloth spine, patterned paper-covered boards, paper spine label. (viii), 86, (2) pages. I. Rancho Topanga Malibu Sequit: An Historical Approach II. Personal Considerations: Essays. Illustrations by Irene Robinson. One of 320 copies printed at the Plantin Press, numbered and signed by Saul Marks, Lillian Marks, Lawrence Powell, Irene Robinson, and W.W. Robinson. (Harmsen & Tabor, 151) Bookplate of George C. Trebing on front pastedown and Roger K. Larson on free endpaper. cloth spine, patterned paper-covered boards, paper spine label [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Echoing Grove

      Penguin Books, 1958. Paperback. Very Good. 1958. 301 pages. Paperback rated as Very Good - Cards, pages, and binding are better than usually found for this title and publication year. World of Rare Books specializes in old and hard-to-find titles.

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        I. Rancho Topanga Malibu Sequit: An Historical Approach by W. W. Robinson. II. Personal Considerations: Essays by Lawrence Clark Powell.

      Dawson's Book Shop, 1958 - LIMITED EDITION of 320 copies printed at the Plantin Press, this is copy number 7. Printed by Saul and Lillian Marks at the Plantin Press, binding designed by Saul Marks and executed by the Silverlake Bindery [Ward Ritchie]. Tall 8vo. 10 3/8 x 7 1/2 inches. [vi], 86, [2] pp. Half-title, title page printed in red and black with color vignette, double-page color map of The Malibu, each chapter with a color headpiece, with black-and-white and color illustrations in the text and as tailpieces, printer's device on the colophon; text clean, unmarked. Quarter tan cloth, patterned paper over boards, printed paper spine label; binding square and tight. SIGNED on the colophon by the following: Saul Marks, Lillian Marks, Irene Robinson, W. W. Robinson, Lawrence Clark Powell. Fine. Not only does this volume contain W. W. Robinson's account of Rancho Topanga Malibu Sequit and those who succeeded to the property, but it is also considered one of the Plantin Press's finest productions. The rancho was a 13,316-acre Spanish land grant in the Santa Monica Mountains and the adjacent coast of the Pacific Ocean. It was given to Jose Bartolome Tapia by Spanish Governor Jose Joaquin de Arrillaga in 1804. Tapia was the elder son of Felipe Santiago Tapia, a solider in the De Anza Expedition of 1775. In 1848 Tapia's wife sold the rancho to her grandson-in-law, Leon Victor Prudhomme, who was unable to document the Tapia title to the land and his claim was rejected under the Land Act of 1851. In 1891, the rancho was sold to Boston and Los Angeles businessman Frederick Hastings Rindge. The text also includes Powell's thoughts on Malibu in the 1950s with his personal recollections as a Malibu resident. REFERENCE: Harmsen and Tabor, The Plantin Press, No. 151. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Howell for Books, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA]
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        The Dharma Bums

      New York: The Viking Press, 1958. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing. Publisher's black cloth binding with titles stamped in silver and metallic green. Near Fine with light rubbing to rear cover, four tiny specks to top edge of page block, previous owner to front paste down. In a Very Good dust jacket with publisher's price intact, with rubbing, slight chipping to spine ends with a short tear at the bottom of the front spine joint, and a tiny nick to the center of the rear flap fold.

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        Fuenf Gesaenge der Odysse.

      Folio (41,8 x 30,5 cm). 3 Bll. weiß, 68 S. (ungezählt), 3 Bll. weiß. Mit 71 Orig.-Holzschnitten (einschließlich der Zierleisten und Initialen) von Gerhard Marcks. Hellbrauner Orig.-Lederband mit reliefgeprägten Deckeln in blauer Orig.-Halblederkassette mit blindgeprägtem Rückentitel. Lammek H 488 Isphording I, 406. - Eines von 80 (gesamt 335) nummerierten Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe in Ganzleder, von Marcks signiert. Gedruckt von der Offizin Paul Hartung auf handgeschöpftem Bütten mit Wasserzeichen in einer Sonderanfertigung der Hahnemühle. Die Buchbinderarbeiten führte Christian Zwang aus, die Gestaltung besorgte Rudolf Hoffmann in Zusammenarbeit mit Gerhard Marcks. Die Holzschnitte entstanden in den Jahren 1958 bis 1963. - Leinenkassette etwas lichtrandig u. gering fleckig.

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        ATENE E ROMA N.2 NUOVA SERIE III RASSEGNA TRIMESTRALE DELL'ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA DI CULTURA CLASSICA

      G.D'ANNA, 1958. ITALIANO 0,12 Brossura editoriale in cartoncino ruvido, grigio, con titoli marroni e neri, ingiallito al dorso ed ai bordi e con minime tracce d'uso, pagine ancora intonse e brunite attorno ai testi da fattore tempo USATO

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        Webster's New International Dictionary of the English Language (2nd Edition)--In Dustjacket(!!)

      Springfield, MA: G. & C. Mirriam Company, 1958. Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good +. The 1958 single-volume re-issue of the legendary Webster's Second Edition, IN ITS UNCOMMON PICTORIAL DUSTJACKET. Clean and Near Fine (with bright, completely unflecked gilt-titling to the front panel and spine) in a crisp, VG+ dustjacket, with light wear along the flap-folds, very light chipping at the spine crown (with one small closed tear) and light soiling to the rear panel . Tall, very thick quarto, 3,194 pgs. all told. Substantial and very impressive, particularly in its scarce original dustjacket.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        Jahre der Okkupation. Erstausgabe.

      Stuttgart, Klett, 1958 - 22 x 14 cm. VIII, 310 Seiten. Ledereinband im Schuber (wie neu). *Mit handschriftlicher Signatur von Ernst Jünger auf dem Vortitel. Eins von 75 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe in Ledereinband (Nr. 49). Tadellos erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun]
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        The Art of Animation. The story of the Disney Studio Contribution to a New Art. With the Walt Disney staff, with research by Don Graham.

      New York: Simon & Schuster, 1958 - Quarto. Original grey cloth-backed pictorial boards with red and black lettering to spine, illustrated orange endpapers. With the dust jacket. Slightly rubbed to board edges, dust jacket chipped on extremities. A very good copy. Illustrations throughout, some in colour. First edition, first printing. Bob Thomas (1922-2014) was an American Hollywood reporter and biographer. He wrote biographies for diverse figures including Joan Crawford, Marlon Brando, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Howard Hughes, and Walt Disney. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        ERANOS VOL. LVI FASC.1-2 ACTA PHILOLOGICA SUECANA, A VILELMO LUNDSTROM CONDITA

      FORLAG, MUNKSGAARD, 1958. TEDESCO 0,24 Brossura editoriale morbida, ingiallita, con strappetti ai bordi, strappo al piede e strappo con mancanza all'angolo inferiore del piatto anteriore, pagine leggermente ingiallite ai bordi tranne la prima e l'ultima molto brunite USATO

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        Crazy in Berlin

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1958. Good/Very Good. First edition. Small stains on the edges of the boards and topedge, some modest fraying at the cloth, good or better in about very good dustwrapper with some chips at the crown and light wear. Inscribed by the author to his parents: "To my father and mother with love, Thomas Berger." Berger was a fine, if now absurdly underappreciated author. He wrote successfully in several genres, but is best known for his picaresque western Little Big Man, the basis for the film of the same name. Indeed it was his success at so many genres (literary fiction, mysteries, epics, westerns, comedies, etc.) that might have contributed to the failure of critics to properly value him. This is the author's first book, winner of the Dial Prize, the first in his series featuring Carlo Reinhart, with a wonderful association - one of the best possible copies one could hope for.

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        LETTRES TOME VI

      LES BELLES LETTRES, 1958. INTERLINGUE 0,34 In latino con testo francese a fronte, a cura di J.Labourt, pagine ingiallite attorno ai testi causa tempo rimanendo comunque in buono stato di conservazione, alcuni bordi più corti di altri, brossura editoriale scolorita al dorso, sempre al dorso appunti numerici e lievissimi segni di usura da scaffalatura, con barbe USATO

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        ACTA PHILOLOGICA TOMUS I

      SOCIETA' ACCADEMICA ROMENA, ROMA 1958 - INTERLINGUE Pagine brunite attorno ai testi causa tempo, brossura editoriale morbida, ruvida, con titoli neri, ingiallita e con lievi segni di usura da scaffalatura, testi in tedesco, italiano, francese e spagnolo

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        Lolita.

      Jerusalem: printed by Steimatzky's Agency for the Olympia Press, [1958] - 2 volumes in one, octavo. Original blue boards, title to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine gently rolled, faint marginal mark to a couple of pages. A very good copy in the slightly foxed jacket, with a few nicks, creases, and short closed tears to edges. First hardback edition, first printing, of Nabokov's masterpiece. Lolita was first published in Paris in 1955; this edition was offset from the sheets of the second Paris edition published in 1958. It is estimated that around 1,000 numbered copies were printed (ours bears the number 806 to the front flap of the jacket), issued in both wrappers and boards. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S: A Short Novel and Three Short Stories.

      New York:: Random House. (1958).. First edition. One of his most enduring works. The title novella is the basis for the 1961 film starring Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly--a film deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the Library of Congress in 2012 and now in the National Film Registry. Light offset to front endpapers from item previously laid in otherwise fine. In very good to near fine dust jacket with the usual toning to the orange spine and a few tiny nicks and tears. .

      [Bookseller: Quill & Brush]
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        RHEINISCHES MUSEUM FUR PHILOLOGIE ESTRATTO

      J.D.SAUERLANDERS, 1958. LATINO 0,01 Pagine da 152 a 147, brunite dal tempo e con lieve fioritura, copertina morbida, ingiallita ai bordi, con segni di ruggine alla spillatura, piccolo appunto a matita e numero con biro blu e lievi segni di usura USATO

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        L'Envers et L'endroit

      Paris: Gallimard, 1958. Third overall and first Gallimard edition of Camus's first book, originally published in 1937. Original wrappers, paper browned but an excellent copy. Cloth case with leather label. Inscribed by Camus to the sociologist and editor Roger Caillois. The book contains five essays: "L'Ironie," "Entre oui et non," "La Mort dans l'âme," "Amour de vivre," and "L'Envers et l'endroit."Camus explains in the preface why he had declined for many years to allow the work to be reprinted. He remarks on the importance of this work, written in Algeria when he was twenty-two years old: "Pour moi, je sais que ma source est dans L'Envers et l'endroit, dans ce monde de pauvreté et de lumière où j'ai longtemps véçu et dont le souvenir me préserve encore des deux dangers contraires, qui menacent tout artiste, le ressentiment et la satisfaction"

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        The Complete Letters

      New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, CT 1958 - Three volumes, 8vo. Frontispieces and a profusion of illustrations mounted in text, all in color. Original black cloth, gilt-lettered and -decorated on spines; original decorated slipcase. Fine. FIRST EDITION. A fine set of Van Gogh's complete correspondence, much of which was illustrated by the artist. This remains the only complete edition of his letters published in English. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Actuelles: Chroniques 1944-1948 [with] Actuelles, II: Chroniques 1949-1953, [and] Actuelles, III: Chronique Algérienne, 1939-1958

      Paris: Gallimard, 1950-1953-1958. Three volumes, service de presse copies. Original wrappers, the first volume somewhat browned, otherwise fine, with occasional markings in the margins, preserved together in a cloth case. From the library of Georges Altman, Camus's friend and associate in the clandestine journal "Combat", published by poet members of the the Resistance, in which many of the pieces collected in these volumes first appeared. The first two volumes are inscribed by Camus, with references to "Combat" - the first with a humorous inscription "A Georges le Chauve, ces souvenirs d'ancien combattant, fraternellement Albert le Pieux" and "a Georges Altman, ces petits moments d'un commun combat....", the third volume has a printed presentation card. Boxed together with a copy of Lettres á un Ami Allemand (1946).

      [Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books]
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        The Ginger Man

      Paris: The Olympia Press,, 1958. Octavo. Original olive boards, printed paper labels to spine and front board, red endpapers. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy. Second edition, revised with the restoration of much material that had been cut from the first edition. Inscribed by the author on the half title, " Washington D. C. March 1994-J. P. Donleavy.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Hatfield and Lostock Aviation Factories

      Hatfield, Lostock, 1958-1961. Album of photographs recording the works of de Havilland Aircraft Company, with photographs taken at Hatfield in Hertfordshire, in the Lostock production warehouse, and some at London Heathrow Airport, produced by the corporate photographer whose office was at the ee Havilland Headquarters in Lostock. Contains 411 gelatin silver print photographs and 5 small negative proof photographs, numbered and captioned in manuscript, some dated, mounted in series onto grey cardstock leaves, plus 1 additional large photograph loosely placed within. A handful are duplicates, and some views are similar, being taken in a series. Large Oblong Folio two-post album measuring approximately 44,5 x 32,5 x 4 cm, beige cloth boards, titled to front "Public Relations General Photographs". Photographs vary in size, the majority measuring approximately 10 x 12 cm, some measuring approximately 5,5 x 6 cm. The unmounted photograph is the largest at 16,5 x 22 cm and bears the stamp of the de Havilland photographic department at headquarters in Lostock, to verso. The proof prints measure 2,5 x 3 cm. An official viewing of de Havilland Aircraft Company's manufacturing and testing facilities, then state-of-the-art aviation equipment, and daily operations, is presented in a generous album of photographs from which the firm would have selected the very best for publicity. The album is largely centered at the Hatfield facility, where numerous important and experimental projects were undertaken, and when proven successful, would result in manufacturing at Lostock. Propellers are the first thing illustrated, including the 18-foot C.160, a model made by Napier Eland, the propeller designed for the Vickers Vanguard airliner, as well as the American made Convair unit. De Havilland was the first to examine the Vanguard propellers for safety in 1958, and one of the photographs herein shows propellers damaged in crash. Following these, are six images showing the Tyne/Vanguard propeller in the development stages, being mounted and tested on British aircraft. A page stamped "Classified" captures the inner workings of production at Lostock, whereas at Hatfield, active working scenes show the Transistor Inverter Lab, and nineteen photographs taken in July 1960 provide the rare opportunity to observe the installation of a Gnome Engine in a wind tunnel. Eight views show the altitude test chamber. Also at Hatfield, we find two views of a helicopter test platform, a demonstration of a hydraulic pump manufactured by Iangyes Limited, a hand pistol mounted on the wing of a small fighter plane, men working in various test laboratories, and an apprentice works on a firestreak. Sixty-one photographs provide a tour of the Hatfield Environmental Test Facility. A German delegate evidently visited Hartfied in July 1961, seen herein. An extensive series of images illustrates step-by-step the arduous process of shipping an aircraft overseas, in this case two Sea Vixen being dismantled and packed up Christchurch Airfield in Dorset, transported to the Southampton docks, ultimately bound for Australia onboard SS Ballrat. [Initially produced by de Havilland, designed at the Hatfield facility, this aircraft was known as the Hawker Siddeley Sea Vixen after de Havilland became a part of the Hawker Siddeley group in 1960.] British test pilot Alfred William "Bill" Bedford is seen in a photograph captioned "Hawker Siddeley 1127 first flight. Bedford. 14-3-61." [On 15 July 1960, the first "P.1127 Prototype V/STOL Strike Aircraft", serial XP831, was delivered to RAF Dunsfold, Surrey, to commence static engine testing. Bill Bedford would be the first to fly the aircraft. The first conventional flight of the P.1127 prototypes occurred on 13 March 1961, again with serial XP831. On 12 September 1961, the first successful transition from vertical to conventional flight was also performed at Dunsfold and piloted by Bill Bedford.] Aerial views show de Havilland factories at Stevenage, Portsmouth, Christchurch, and the Hatfield test site. Established in 1920 by Geoffrey de Havilland, at Stag Lane Aerodrome Edgware on the outskirts of north London, De Havilland Aircraft Company Limited was a British aviation manufacturer. Known for its innovation, de Havilland were responsible for a number of important aircraft, including the Moth biplane which revolutionised general aviation in the 1920s, as well as the 1930s Fox Moth, and the wooden World War II Mosquito light bomber, and the passenger jet service pioneering Comet. Operations were later moved to Hatfield in Hertfordshire, where in 1930 pioneering aircraft designer and the company's founder Geoffrey de Havilland purchased land. Flying commenced in 1930; the clubhouse buildings and adjacent recreational facilities, fuel pumps and sheds were completed in 1933; in 1934 significant works were undertaken at the site with a large factory and imposing administration buildings were constructed together with a flying school which also housed flying control. Later, an experimental block was added to the north of the factory. Production of aircraft was subsequently moved from Stag Lane to Hatfield, which at the time mainly consisted of a range of small biplanes. The de Havilland Aircraft Company was acquired by Hawker Siddeley in 1960, and the de Havilland name ceased to be used in 1963.

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        A CATALOGUE OF THE ARMENIAN MANUSCRIPTS [two volumes]

      Dublin: Hodges Figgis & Co. Ltd, 1958. Two volumes, folio, maroon cloth, gilt title at spines; vol. I (text) xv + 216pp., vol. II (plates) vii + 66 full-page illustrations. Very minor marks at cloth, light marginal foxing at colour fronts., a touch of light endpaper and edge-foxing, slightly affecting margins, nothing at all significant. Otherwise a clean, little-used set, sound and square in removable clear archival wraps. Extremely heavy. Please ask for shipping rate if outside Spain.. Hard Cover.

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        THE CIVIL WAR: A NARRATIVE. FORT SUMTER TO PERRYVILLE. FREDERICKSBURG TO MERIDIAN. RED RIVER TO APPOMATTOX

      New York: Random House, 1958, 1963, 1974. FIRST EDITIONS. Second Printing of vol. I.. This is a pleasing set of Foote's popular history of the Civil War, an imminently readable account that provoked criticism from academic historians but admiration from the literary set. The Washington Post notes that it was "written with a literate flair, a mournful lyricism that underscored the human agony of battle, defeat and victory. Foote (1916-2005) was a largely self-taught historian who compared the task of researching this work to "swallowing a cannonball"--a project designed to be completed by the centennial of the war's end took 20 years to accomplish. The work's novelistic narrative style coupled with Foote's celebrity from his appearance in Ken Burns' "Civil War" have made the books consistent sellers over the years, and academic quibbles about the lack of footnotes have long faded.. 250 x 185 mm. (9 3/4 x 6 1/2"). Three volumes. FIRST EDITIONS. Second Printing of vol. I. Publisher's gray cloth in original pictorial dust jackets. Dust jackets with mild soiling and a few short tears, otherwise fine copies in excellent unrestored jackets. This is a pleasing set of Foote's popular history of the Civil War, an imminently readable account that provoked criticism from academic historians but admiration from the literary set. The Washington Post notes that it was "written with a literate flair, a mournful lyricism that underscored the human agony of battle, defeat and victory. Foote (1916-2005) was a largely self-taught historian who compared the task of researching this work to "swallowing a cannonball"--a project designed to be completed by the centennial of the war's end took 20 years to accomplish. The work's novelistic narrative style coupled with Foote's celebrity from his appearance in Ken Burns' "Civil War" have made the books consistent sellers over the years, and academic quibbles about the lack of footnotes have long faded.

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        Il Signor Brambilla e dintorni

      RIZZOLI, MILANO 1958 - ITALIANO Brossura con alette rovinata dal tempo e con una piccola parte mancante sul piatto anteriore in alto. Pagine leggermente ingiallite dal tempo soprattutto ai margini.Prefazione dello stesso autore.

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        Candy

      The Olympia Press, Paris 1958 - 1st edition, 1st binding and the 1st issue of it with the price on the back unadulterated. Original wrappers, slight wear, short and light vertical crease at the bottom of the front cover (see photograph, it's accurate), else near fine. An unintentional burlesque of Voltaire's Candide, circumnavigating 18 year old Candy (the young woman), warm, kind, nubile, agreeable, uninhibited and unsophisticated, a blithe spirit who passes life's troubles like a freight train passes a hobo, softer than a chocolate covered marshmallow Santa Claus, affectionate as a wet dog, harder to ignore than an unscratchable itch, with a beautiful face unclouded by thought, a body so perfect it would break the heart of John Calvin, a smile that could open a clam at 20 paces, and kissed more often than a Mafia capo's hand, and by much the same kind of people. `. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        ELOISE AT CHRISTMASTIME

      Random House, New York 1958 - Thompson, Kay. ELOISE AT CHRISTMASTIME with drawings by Hilary Knight. New York: Random House, (1958). First edition; stated first printing. 4to - 8-3/16" x 11-1/4". Color pictorial boards with the lamination intact but lifted in places along joint at spine for what is a lovely copy of the book. First issue (coded 9-58) color pictorial priced ($3.50) dust wrapper is equally as nice. Color pictorial endpapers. [48] pp. Illustrated throughout with black, pink, red and white drawings by Hilary Knight. The condition of both the book and the dust wrapper is FINE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Breakfast at Tiffany's.

      New York: Random House,, 1958. A Short Novel and Three Stories. Octavo. Original yellow cloth, titles to spine against black ground, top edge blue. With the dust jacket. Spine tips ever so slightly bumped and some minor rubbing to black ground, in the bright jacket with a couple of nicks to the foot of the spine panel and a small tear to the top and bottom front panel. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing. The three stories accompanying Capote's most famous and enduring work are House of Flowers, A Diamond Guitar, and A Christmas Memory.

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        History of United States Naval Operations in World War II (Complete Set - 15 volumes)(14 vol. as 1st ed.).

      LITTLE BROWN ATLANTIC, Boston 1958 - All first editions, edited between 1947 (Vol.1) and 1962 (Vol.XV), except Vol. XII ("reprinted Dec. 1958", one month after 1st ed.) +++ 23 cm. Hardcover with dust jackets. Strong bindings; FINE CLOTH COVERS and VG DJs (some backed diligently and perfectly by white tape). Clean, unmarked pages. Blue cloth spines NEAR FINE, some gilt lettering a bit faded. Some wear/tear to djs at spine and corners. Some volumes with owner¿s name on fep. Five djs unclipped, ten vol.s price clipped. Vol. X through XV have an additional set of informative inside parts of DJs pasted in on end papers (cf. photo # 3). +++ Contents: v. 1. The Battle of the Atlantic, September 1939-May 1943. +++ v. 2. Operations in North African waters, October 1942-June 1943.+++ v. 3. The Rising Sun in the Pacific, 1931-April 1942. +++ v. 4. Coral Sea, Midway and submarine actions, May 1942-August 1942. +++ v. 5. The struggle for Guadalcanal, August 1942-February 1943. +++ v. 6. Breaking the Bismarcks barrier, 22 July 1942-1 May 1944. +++ v. 7. Aleutians, Gilberts and Marshalls, June 1942-April 1944. +++ v. 8. New Guinea and the Marianas, March 1944-August 1944. +++ v. 9. Sicily, Salerno, Anzio, January 1943-June 1944. +++ v. 10. The Atlantic battle won, May 1943-May 1945. +++ v. 11. The invasion of France and Germany, 1944-1945. +++ v. 12. Leyte, June 1944-January 1945. +++ v. 13. The liberation of the Philippines. +++ v. 14. Victory in the Pacific, 1945. +++ v. 15. Supplement and general index. +++ From non-smoking household. +++ Need further photos and/or information? Just use the «Ask Bookseller» button and we'll be pleased to help. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Magister Michalis, Internet-Antiquariat]
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        Lolita.

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons,, [1958]. Octavo. Original black cloth-backed grey patterned boards, titles to spine gilt, red endpapers, top edge red. With the dust jacket. Housed in a custom red flat-back box. Foxing to boards and edges, spotting to first few pages. A very good copy in the slightly toned jacket with small chip to foot of rear panel, a couple of short closed tears and rubbing to extremities. First US edition, seventh impression. Inscribed by the author on the title page, "For Gary Simpson, from Vladimir Nabokov". Nabokov's masterpiece was first published in Paris in 1955. This edition, first issued earlier the same year, was the first full appearance of Lolita in the US (part of it had been excerpted in the Anchor Review in 1957), and it contains some minor textual revisions from the Paris edition and a new afterword, in which Nabokov recounts his difficulties in having the book published in America.

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        Candy

      Paris: The Olympia Press, 1958. First Edition. Paperback. Near fine. 1st edition, 1st binding and the 1st issue of it with the price on the back unadulterated. Original wrappers, slight wear, short and light vertical crease at the bottom of the front cover (see photograph, it's accurate), else near fine. An unintentional burlesque of Voltaire's Candide, circumnavigating 18 year old Candy (the young woman), warm, kind, nubile, agreeable, uninhibited and unsophisticated, a blithe spirit who passes life's troubles like a freight train passes a hobo, softer than a chocolate covered marshmallow Santa Claus, affectionate as a wet dog, harder to ignore than an unscratchable itch, with a beautiful face unclouded by thought, a body so perfect it would break the heart of John Calvin, a smile that could open a clam at 20 paces, and kissed more often than a Mafia capo's hand, and by much the same kind of people. `.

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        The Last Works of Henri Matisse; Texts by Pierre Reverdy and by Georges Duthuit

      New York: Harcourt Brace, 1958. First American edition. Hardcover. Orig. illustrated boards. Very good in chipped dust wrapper lacking 12 centimeters at lower spine. Matisse, Henri. 146 pages in text. 37 x 27 cm. This volume originally constituted Number 35/36 of Verve in the French edition, which reproduced 40 lithographs after cut-outs by Matisse, and reproductions after Matisse's paper collages and drawings, including 9 double-page plates, 1 triple sheet, and 3 quadruple foldouts. Reproduces his later colored pochoir work from 1950-1854, the cover specially designed for Matisse, the color lithography printed by Mourlot. Reverdy, an influential French cubist poet, was the publisher of the important dadaist/surrealist journal Nord-Sud, and at one time was a roommate of Picasso. His first collaboration with Matisse came in 1918 when he published Les Jockeys Camoufles, Trois Poemes par Monsieur Pierre Reverdy, and a testament to a lifelong friendship. Nicks to joints, rubbing to backstrip extremities.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc.]
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        The Living City

      New York: Horizon Press, 1958. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. Signed. First edition, first printing. Very Good, in a likely supplied Near Fine price-clipped jacket. Signed by Frank Lloyd Wright "To Wolfgang Foges at Taliesin, with esteem" and dated the year of publication. Cloth shows fading at spine, soiling at front and light edge wear. Boards show several surface scratches. Corners worn. Pages toned. Fold-out at front is intact. The dust jacket shows fading to the spine and light edge wear, with several small chips. Presents well, though the jacket is in nicer shape than the book itself.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA ]
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