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        Autograph musical quotation signed "G. Francesco Malipiero." Three measures, being the opening of the Notturno di canti e balli per orchestra. Notated in black ink on treble and bass clefs on 2 printed staves. In 3/4 time....

      On an album leaf ca. 85 x 218 mm. Dated Asolo (Treviso), February 27, 1958. Slightly worn; creased at fold, with small tape repair to verso, not affecting music. The Notturno was first performed at the Teatro alla Fenice in Venice on September 11, 1957. "Although very uneven, and less influential than Casella and Pizzetti, he was the most original and inventive Italian composer of his generation." John C.G. Waterhouse in Grove Music Online....

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians]
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        The Dharma Bums

      New York: Viking, 1958. FIRST EDITION of Kerouac's highly influential sequel to On the Road. "The core of the Beat writers coalesced for a moment in 1956 in San Francisco, and Jack Kerouac captured it in his novel The Dharma Bums (1958). Its central character is the poet and Zen student Japhy Ryder (Gary Snyder), whom the narrator Ray Smith (Kerouac) idolizes for his 'Zen lunatic' lifestyle, combining Zen discipline and aesthetics with freewheeling sensuality. One scene in the novel recounts the Six Gallery poetry reading, at which Snyder, Philip Whalen, Michael McClure, and Philip Lamantia read, and Allen Ginsberg's incantation of Howl did, indeed, scream for a generation about the agonies of 1950s fear and conformity (and fear of conformity, and conformity as a form of dealing with fear). The Dharma Bums, coming fast on the heels of Kerouac's bestselling On the Road (1957), drew a huge readership of the young and aspiring hip, who saw in Ryder/Snyder a new template for living, a chance to go beyond the confines of suburban expectations" (Micozzi, Fundamentals of Complementary and Alternative Medicine).New York: The Viking Press, 1958. Octavo, original cloth, original dust jacket. Book near-fine; very good dust jacket with some of the rubbing almost ubiquitous with this jacket, tape reinforcements and a small amount of light dampstaining to verso (not visible from the front of the jacket). Very Good / Very Good.

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        Le Rivage des Syrtes

      First edition, one of 40 numbered copies on vergé de Rives paper, tirage de tête.Midnight-blue morocco by P. L. Martin (dated 1958), pastedowns and endpapers of yellow-ochre calf, gilt fillet to edges of covers, gilt roulettes at head and foot, all edges gilt, covers and spine preserved, slipcase edged in midnight-blue morocco.The novel was awarded the Goncourt prize, turned down by the author. The previous year, in a pamphlet called "La Littérature à l'estomac [Literature in the Gut]", Gracq had denounced the commercial system surrounding literature, notably criticizing literary prizes.Provenance : library of R. & B. L. with ex libris.A handsome copy of Gracq's most famous novel in a splendid triple Jansenist binding by Pierre-Lucien Martin.               José Corti Paris 1951 In-8 (13x19cm) relié sous étui

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        L'envers et l'endroit

      Gallimard. Later edition of 550 numbered copies on vélin labeur paper.Publisher's paper boards with an original design by Paul Bonet.Precious and beautiful inscription from Albert Camus to René Char : " à vous cher René, ces confidences, et une amitié du même cœur, fraternellement. / Albert Camus. / Juin 59"Very nice copy of exceptional provenance.The friendship between Albert Camus and René Char is among the most touching and most fruitful in French literature. There was nothing obvious to bring together the Algerian journalist and author and the Provencal poet, much less to suggest a mutual affinity. Camus had not come across Char's poetry and Char had no taste for novels, apart from those of Maurice Blanchot.Nonetheless, it is through their respective works that the two artists found out about each other and developed a mutual respect. So - before Camus and Char actually met - they had met through Caligula and Hypnos - both illustrating the poet's responsibility in the face of the violent world."So in our darkness Beauty has no given space. All that space is for Beauty" (Char, Feuillets d'Hypnos).It is this mutual need for Beauty as a political response to the outrageousness of ideologies that united the two artists at the end of the war. Catalyst to their friendship, this first "acknowledgment" inaugurated a twelve-year correspondence, during the course of which their mutual affection grew and revealed an artistic convergence:  "I believe that our brotherhood - on all levels - goes even deeper than we think and feel" (Char to Camus, 3 November 1951)."What a great and profound thing it is to detach oneself bit by bit from all that and all those who are worth nothing and to find little by little over the years and across borders a community of spirit. Like with many of us, who all at once feel ourselves finally becoming of 'the few'" (Camus to Char, 26 February 1950).These 'few' are a reference to a quotation from Gide: "I believe in the virtue of small numbers; the world will be saved by a few," whom Char and Camus tried to bring together in establishing the Empédocle review: "It is perhaps time that 'the few' Gide talked about came together," as Camus wrote to Guilloux in January 1949. They published writing by Gracq, Melville, Grenier, Guilloux, Blanchot, Ponge, Rilke, Kafka, and so on. However, internal dissension soon engulfed the review and they abandoned the project together.  Their friendship, however, remained unblemished. The two men met regularly in Provence, where Char was from and - thanks to him - Camus' adopted home.They showed each other their manuscripts and confided in each other with their doubts: "The more I produce the less sure I become. Night falls ever thicker on the artist's path, his way. Eventually, he dies completely blind. My only hope is that there is still light inside, somewhere, and though he cannot see it, it continues to shine nonetheless. But how can one be sure? That is why one must rely on a friend, one who knows and understands, one who is walking that same path."   They inscribed works to each other (the reprints of Feuillets d'Hypnos and Actuelles) and in each new copy wrote inscriptions in which they both reinforced their comradeship in arms and in spirit. "to René Char who helps me live, awaiting our kingdom, his friend and brother in hope," (manuscript of The Plague)."For Albert Camus, one of the very rare men I admire and love and whose work is the honor of our times. René Char," (Fureur et mystère)"[to RENÉ CHAR], fellow traveler, this guidebook to a mutual voyage into the time of men, waiting for noon. Affectionately, Albert Camus," (Actuelles I)"For Albert Camus, whose friendship and work form a Presence that illuminates and fortifies the eyes," (Art bref)."Oh if only poets would agree to become again what they were before: seers who speak to us of all that is possible... If they only gave us a foretaste of virtues to come. Nietzsche.""To René Char, brother of the undersigned, with whom he has been there all the way, with admiration and affection from his friend / Albert Camus."This copy was doubtless inscribed in October 1953 along with the other "bound" copies (the Prassinos binding - cf. letter of the 23 October 1953).Camus had already presented Char with a first copy of this ode to his homeland, first published in 1939, well before their meeting: "To René Char, to bring back for us those years in which I did not know him, but which already held within them the reasons for our friendship."This second inscription on "these first Nuptials," underlines how this youthful work which celebrates the "nuptials of man with the world," is a precocious revelation of what they would go on to call their "fraternity with the planet".On Camus' death, Char published La postérité du soleil, the work they wrote together in 1952, an homage to their friendship and to that "hinterland which is the image of our own, invisible to others."A very attractive copy with an exceptional provenance. Gallimard Paris 1958 11,5x18cm reliure de l'éditeur

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        Metamorphoses in Fifteen Books.

      Verona: pritned for the members of the Limited Editions Club at the Officina Bodoni,, 1958. Translated into English verse under the direction of Sir Samuel Garth by John Dryden, Alexander Pope, Joseph Addison, William Congreve and other eminent hands. Octavo. Original cloth backed boards, gilt title label, patterned paper sides, top edge yellow. With the dust jacket. Housed in the publisher's card slipcase. Etched engravings by Hans Enri. Fine, but for a few trivial marks to slipcase and very minor wear to its corners. First edition thus, copy 674 of 1,500 copies signed by engraver Hans Enri and the publisher Giovanni Mardersteig, the "Garth Translation" of Ovid's Metamorphoses, which was original collected and edited in 1717, here finely printed at the Officina Bodoni

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        Lolita

      Olympia press israel 1958 - Rare edition of Lolita printed in Israel by the olympia press, , it is a softcover book, and as such has suffered over the years, text is clean but outside covers are dirty, some writing on the books back cover, greek numbers as previous owner was in the merchant navy on a greek registered ship and purchased this in Israel, book is skewd., front cover has marks on it, , two small strips of blank paper missing from pages 15 and 16, and preceeding blank page with title part 1. The number 1062 imprinted on inside of rear cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Das graphische Werk.: Herausgegeben mit Unterstützung der Deutschen Akademie der Künste zu Berlin.

      Hamburg, Hauswedell & Co., 1958. - 4°. 190 S., 1 nn. Bl., m. zahlr. Abb. OLwd., (Einband ger. lichtrandig). (Werkverzeichnis, Bd. II). Erste Ausgabe des zweiten Bandes des Werkverzeichnisses. Eins von 600 numerierten Exemplaren. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer]
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        YERTLE THE TURTLE

      SEUSS, DR.. SEUSS,DR. YERTLE THE TURTLE and other stories. NY: Random House (1958). 4to (8 1/4 x 11 1/4"), glazed pictorial boards, Fine in lightly worn and frayed dust wrapper (with closed margin mend and price intact). 1st edition. A nice copy. Younger / Hirsch 82.

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc.]
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        Someday Somewhere ( Aru hi aru tokoro)

      Tokyo: Geibi Shuppansha, 1958. Book. Very Good+. Hardcover. First Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Cloth hardcover with mustard-colored spine with black Japanese title; black cloth-covered boards; no jacket; mustard-colored endpapers; 168 pages; 178 b&w photos; 7 color photos. Very good plus condition : light bump to top back corner of binding, otherwise fine. New plastic protective jacket. Not available for international shipping..

      [Bookseller: The Old Sage Bookshop]
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        Methuselah's Children

      New York: Gnome Press, 1958. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing, first issue binding. Very Good in a first state dust jacket with publisher's address on rear panel reading "80 East 11th St., New York 3." Boards show rubbing at edges with small areas of exposure along the bottom; edges lightly dinged. Pages heavily toned. Dust jacket shows chipping and edge wear, toning and light soiling. A nice copy in a first state dust jacket with price intact.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        25 Offprints from Nobel Prize Winner R. G. Edwards 1958-1964 in-vitro fertilisation

      Various 1958-1964. PAMPHLET. A large group of rare original offprints by Robert Edwards . "In 2010, Edwards was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "for the development of in vitro fertilization"" Wikipedia. Some offprints include the following authors: B. M. Cattanach, J. L. Sirlin, Ruth E.. Fowler, A. H. Gates, D. S. Falconer, R. C. Roberts, M. R. Young, Everett D. Wilson, A. G. Searle, R. C. Valentine, L. C. Ferguson, R. R. A. Coombs. List of individual offprints available. Most have Robert H. Foote ownership stamp, and underlining and some annotation by the Cornell In-Vitro Fertilization researcher. * . Very Good.

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        Paraprosodies précédées de 7 dialogues

      - Editions du Rocher, Monaco 1958, 12,5x24,5cm, broché. - Prima edizione, una delle 40 copie numerate su pergamena BFK Rives, solo carta di grandi dimensioni. Bella copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 40 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin B.F.K. de Rives, seuls grands papiers. Bel exemplaire.

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        On My Own

      New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1958. First Edition, Advance Presentat. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. First edition. Advance presentation copy signed by Eleanor Roosevelt on tipped in sheet, stating "This copy of On My Own is one of those signed by Mrs. Roosevelt for advance presentation to friends of the author and publisher." Very Good with fading to spine and uneven fading to cloth, ding to top edge of boards, short erased pencil notation to rear paste down, lacking the dust jacket.

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        One Ear" (Bullfight Series)

      Paris: 1958. Oil on canvas. 32 x 23.5 inches. 81 x 60 cm. Signed and dated lower right. It has his name B. Childs and address 4, rue de l'université on the verso of the canvas and the notation "7.61." Small scratch in the image. There is a label on the "museum grade honeycomb mounting panel": Conservation of Art LLC. 24127 (Childs 1567) . From the collection of the late San Francisco artist Vesta Kirby (1936-2016) who was a designer at SOM and the studio and restoration assistant and to Gordon Onslow Ford (1981-1992). Bernard Childs, son of Russian immigrants, was born in Brooklyn/New York in 1910. In the daytime, he earned his living doing occasional jobs and at night he attended Kimon Nicolaides' drawing lessons at the Art Students League. A severe financial situation forced Childs to abandon his artistic work. He did not restart drawing until his military service during world war II. Around 1947 he attended Amédée Ozenfant's class in New York. During the 1950s and 60s he often travelled, lived in Italy, Paris and Japan for a longer period. In the 1950s he developed an abstract picture language, in which he worked with archetypical signs and symbols and with the methods of surrealistic automatism. Since 1955 he also attended to printed graphics, which accompanied his painting. Childs used electrically powered tools to work on his plates. This way he lent velvet-like structures and a vivid, skillful line direction to his prints. Between 1966 and 1977 he alternately lived in Paris and New York. Bernard Childs' artistic work was extraordinarily complex.

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        Roemsche historie oft gesten, . . . nu erstmael in onser Nederlantscher spraken ghedruckt.Antwerp, (colophon: printed by Jan Grapheus and sold by Jan Gymnicus), August 1541. Folio. With the title-page and each of the 3 part-titles in a frame built up from 4 woodcuts (part 2 with different blocks than the others), well over 200 woodcuts in the text (including repeats). Late 17th-century calf, richly gold-tooled spine.

      - Belg. Typ. 1958; BMC STC Dutch, p. 123; Funck, p. 401; Machiels L404; USTC 403306; not in Bibl. Belg. First Dutch edition of Livius's classic history of Rome, beautifully illustrated with hundreds of woodcuts, many measuring about 12×14 cm. Written about AD 10, it is the most extensive work to survive from classical antiquity, and the present translation for the first time acquainted a wider audience in the Low Countries with the "knightly, manly deeds" (as the title puts it) of classical heroes. The woodcuts provide a fascinating view of clothing, architecture, military and other equipment, boats and sometimes trades and other human activities. The view they provide is not of classical Rome, however, but of the early sixteenth-century, for the artists made very little attempt at historical accuracy. A few showing battles, sieges, councils, visitations, etc. are used many times to illustrate different events, but others more specifically reflect the subjects of the text. So we see a hundred-and-twenty-foot dragon, the death of Archimedes, the use of elephants in battle, the burning of books (very topical in 1541!) and many other lively scenes.Owner's entry on title-page, partly erased. Leaves *2-5 misbound, title-page and leaf 207 detached, water stains, affecting the text in the first and last few quires. Front hinge and head and foot of spine damaged. Overall in good condition. An influential and beautifully illustrated edition of a great classic.

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        Le forchette di Munari - Les fourchettes de Munari - The Munari's forks

      La Giostra (Arti grafiche F. Ghezzi), 1958. In-8° stretto (210x70mm), pp. 68 nn., brossura editoriale in b.n. con illustrazione fotografica raffigurante una forchetta. Illustrato in b.n. con 28 disegni di Munari al solo recto dei ff. con sue singolari variazioni sulle forchette. Sovraccoperta in acetato trasparente. Perfetto stato. Prima edizione. "Queste variazioni sulla forchetta, anzi sulla forchetta come "prolunga" della mano, sono state disegnate da Bruno Munari senza nessun scopo pratico, solamente per far giocare la fantasia su di un tema apparentemente arido". Testi in italiano, inglese, francese e giapponese. Maffei, Munari. I libri, p. 96. Plurilingue

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        ROMEE OU LE PELERIN MODERNE A ROME

      DESCLEE DE BROUWER ET CIE, Paris 1958 - Francese Foto in nero della statua di S.Pietro all'antiporta, fino a pag. 180 traccia di vecchia umidità da metà pagina sino bordo inferiore, le altre in buonissimo stato di conservazione, con cartina e pianta ripiegate, coperta semirigida in tela verde con fregio d'oro al piatto e titoli al dorso leggermente usurara e scolorita ai bordi La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

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        Things Fall Apart.

      Heinemann 1958 - UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY FOR FIRST EDITION, a couple of handling marks and a few faint spots occasionally, a couple of passages marked lightly in pencil to the margin, pp. [viii], 185, crown 8vo, original tan wrappers printed to front and backstrip, the front with publication date and price written in blue ink, the stamp of 'Juta & Co Ltd' in Cape Town and '21 Apr 1958' (date of sending?) stamped at foot, a few spots to edges, pencilled ownership inscription to half-title (flyleaf not called for), proof dustjacket chipped at head of backstrip panel with spotting to rear panel and rubbing to extremities, Juta & Co stamp at foot of front flap, good. An important work of post-colonial fiction, set in Nigeria at the end of the nineteenth-century - a scarce proof, the dustjacket of which does not carry the price but otherwise matches the design of the published version. A copy with African provenance, the publisher having offices in Cape Town.

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        Walt Disney: the Art of Animation. The story of the Disney Studio contribution to a new art.

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1958 - Quarto. Original illustrated printed boards, grey cloth spine, illustrated endpapers. With the dust jacket. Housed in a black flat back cloth solander box with Mickey Mouse blocked to front. Mild bumping to corners, minor nick to tail of spine. An excellent copy in bright jacket with chipped and creased extremities, lightly stained rear panel, and a touch of foxing to flaps. Illustrations and photographs in colour and black and white throughout. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by Walt Disney on the verso of the front free endpaper, "To Vita Best Wishes Walt Disney." Additionally it is inscribed by Roy Disney and contains the signatures of more than 100 other people in the Walt Disney Studio, including seven of "The Nine Old Men" who were the key animators of the studio, this copy with the signatures of Eric Larson, Frank Thomas, Milt Kahl, Ollie Johnston, Marc Davis, and Woolie Reitherman. The signatures range from the studio nurse to directors of animation. This book seems to have been given as a retirement/going away gift from the studio to Vita Victoria, whom worked in the ink and paint department, which was at the time where the majority of females worked in animation, some artists refereed to it as the "Finishing School" of hand drawn animation. The paint and ink department was responsible for transferring drawings onto celluloids and giving them colour before being sent off to be photographed. A wonderful title which illustrates the family atmosphere the studio was noted for. Truly an exceptional Disneyana piece. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Die Erzählungen aus den Tausendundein Nächten

      Orig.-Lederbände mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, Kopfgoldschnitt, Zusammen 4.000 Seiten, 8, mit Lesebändchen ZUM ERHALTUNGSZUTAND: Hier ein antiquarisches Archivexemplar der begehrten Vorzugsausgabe in perfekter Erhaltung ungelesen und galeriefrisch. ZU DIESER AUSGABE: Hier die begehrte und von Kennern als mustergültig eingeschätzte Ausgabe der "Erzählungen aus tausendundein Nächten" in der Übersetzung von Enno Littmann als verlagsfrisches Exemplar der limitierten Vorzugsausgabe, gebunden in dunkelblaues Ganzleder, zusammen über 4000 Seiten, Dünndruck. "Der Tübinger Orientalist Enno Littmann hat zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts die vollständige Sammlung von Tausendundeiner Nacht erstmals aus dem Arabischen ins Deutsche übertragen. Die Ausgabe erschien in den zwanziger Jahren im Insel Verlag und wurde von Littmann bis zu seinem Tod im Jahr 1958 immer wieder revidiert. Bis heute sind zahlreiche Auflagen erschienen, von Fachleuten und Lesern hoch gelobt. Erst mit dieser Edition wird der ganze literarische Reichtum der Erzählungen aus den Tausendundein Nächten (Alf laila wa-laila) wirklich sichtbar, die Fülle der Liebes-, Schelmen- und Seefahrergeschichten, der Sagen und Legenden, Fabeln, Parabeln und Anekdoten, die Schehrezâd dem König Schehrijâr erzählt. Hier finden sich die berühmten Erzählungen von Aladdin und der Wunderlampe, von Ali Baba und den vierzig Räubern, von Sindbad, dem Seefahrer. Die Littmann-Ausgabe zeigt nicht nur das gewaltige literarische Spektrum der Sammlung, sondern auch deren geographische Weite, die abenteuerliche Wanderung der Erzählstoffe von Indien über Persien durch den gesamten arabisch-islamischen Kulturbereich." (Aus der Verlagsankündigung)

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        From Russia With Love Signed Sean Connery

      UK: Jonathan Cape, 1958. 1st Edition 4th Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. From Russia With Love by Ian Fleming Signed Sean Connery First edition Fourth Impression Jonathan Cape 1958. No inscriptions, no foxing or browning. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket, not price clipped. An excellent copy. SIGNED by Sean Connery to accompanying publicity photograph (measures 8x10").

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        The Noddy Books Nos 13 to 24 9 First Editions and 3 Early Reprints

      Sampson Low, Marston & Co./Dennis Dobson/D.V Publications/The Richards Press. First Edition. Hardcover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall A rare opportunity to acquire a run of mostly first edition Noddy books in their original dustjackets. Nos. 13, 14 and 15 are early reprints; 16 - 24 are first editions with issue points as called for. All djs priced at 4s. 6d. net. and all now protected. Condition improves throughout the run and ranges from good for the early numbers up to fine for later ones. 13: Be Brave Little Noddy. Worn dj with chips to corners and spine, staining to verso. Front flap clipped but price still present. Boards bright with rubbed edges, corners and spine tips. This Book Belongs To filled in. Light soiling to some pages and small edge tear to p. 13/14. 14: Noddy and the Bumpy Dog. Worn dj with chips, creasing and some losses. Front flap clipped but price still present. Boards bright with rubbed edges, corners and spine tips. This Book Belongs To filled in. 15: Do Look Out Noddy. Worn dj with creasing and small chips. Front flap clipped but price still present. Boards bright with rubbed edges, corners and spine tips. This Book Belongs To filled in. Erased pencil markings to a few pages. 16: You're a Good Friend, Noddy! 1st Ed. 1958. Lightly worn dj with small chips to corners and spine, staining to verso. Boards bright with rubbed edges, corners and spine tips; minor staining to bottom edge. This Book Belongs To filled in but o/w clean internally. 17: Noddy Has An Adventure. 1st Ed. 1958. Worn and lightly soiled dj with small chips to corners and spine. Boards bright with rubbed edges, corners and spine tips. This Book Belongs To filled in. 18: Noddy Goes To Sea. 1st Ed. 1959. Lightly worn dj with small chips to corners and spine. Boards bright with rubbed edges, corners and spine tips. This Book Belongs To filled in with light soiling to that and title page. 19: Noddy and the Bunkey. 1st Ed. 1959. Lightly worn dj with chips to corners and spine, a small pencil scribble to rear panel. Boards bright with rubbed edges, corners and spine tips. This Book Belongs To filled in; soiling to title page. 20: Cheer Up, Little Noddy! 1st Ed.1960. Lightly worn and soiled dj with chips to corners and spine, staining to verso. Boards bright with rubbed edges, corners and spine tips. This Book Belongs To filled in but o/w clean internally. 21: Noddy Goes To The Fair. 1st Ed.1960. Lightly worn dj. Boards bright with minor rubbing. This Book Belongs To filled in but o/w clean internally. 22: Mr. Plod and Little Noddy. 1st Ed.1961. Lightly rubbed dj. Boards bright with lightly rubbed edges, corners and spine tips. This Book Belongs To filled in but o/w clean internally. A crisp, bright copy. 23: Noddy and the Tootles. 1st Ed. 1962. Lightly rubbed dj with minor marking to rear panel. Boards bright with minor rubbing. This Book Belongs To filled in but o/w clean internally. A crisp, bright copy. 24: Noddy and the Aeroplane. 1st Ed. 1963. Minor rubbing and marking to dj. Boards bright with minor rubbing. This Book Belongs To filled in but o/w clean internally. A crisp, bright copy. .

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        MAGIC MEADOW

      - D'AULAIRE,INGRI & EDGAR. THE MAGIC MEADOW. NY: Doubleday and Company (1958). Large 4to (9 x 12 1/2"), cloth backed pictorial boards, Fine in fine dust wrapper. Stated 1st edition This copy is INSCRIBED BY THE D'AULAIRES WITH A LARGE PEN SKETCH THAT SPANS TWO PAGES! On the verso of the free endpaper is the printed image of a dancing bear. Around this bear, Ingri (or Edgar) has drawn William Tell who has just shot an arrow into an apple on top of a boys head on the opposite page. The story is set in the Swiss Alps and beautifully illustrated with full page and smaller color lithographs. A special copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Konvolut: 4 Autographen / signierte Briefe an Ernst W. Geisenheyner, 1958

      Berlin, 1958. 4 Blatt 1 Blatt maschinenschriftliche Briefe des Nationalrevolutionärs Ernst Niekisch an den Verlagsagenten Ernst W. Geisenheyner in Sachen eines vergrifenen Buches und der Fälligkeit der aufgelaufenen Honorare, jeweils mit blauer Tinte signiert \"Niekisch\".- Autographen von Niekisch (\"Widerstand\") sind sehr selten im Handel.- Gelocht.- Oben Bleistiftnotiz von fremder Hand, briefmässig gefaltet /// Standort Wimregal kxx Versand D: 2,20 EUR

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        Ohne Titel.

       Etwas labil in der Rahmung. Die Collage mit - natürlichem - Kleberdurchschlag an 2 Stellen. Insgesamt noch sehr gutes Exemplar des Frühwerks. Collage aus Wellpappe und Papier auf Karton. Unten rechts signiert und datiert 1958. Gerahmt in alter Fassung aus einfachen Buchenholzleisten. Herbert Kaufmann, 1924 in Aachen geboren, im September 2011 in Düsseldorf gestorben. Kaufmann hatte ab 1967 eine Professur an der HDK Berlin. Ende der 50er Jahre begann er mit Collagetechniken zu arbeiten. Versand D: 2,00 EUR 20. Jahrhundert / 20th Century, Collagen / Collages, Deutschland / Germany

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        Anthropologie structurale. Avec 23 illustrations dans le texte et 13 illustrations hors-texte.

      Paris: Librairie Plon, 1958 - Octavo (196 x 135 mm). Contemporary red quarter morocco, spine titles gilt, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edge speckled black. Spine lightly faded and scuffed, a couple of tiny stains to front board, spotting and slight dampstaining to bound-in wrapper and following blank leaf. A very good copy. Illustrated with black and white plates and diagrams in the text. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the half-title to his close friend, composer René Leibowitz, "Pour René Leibowitz, en toute amitié, Claude Levi-Strauss". From the beginnings of their friendship in the late 1940s Lévi-Strauss and Leibowitz kept a copious correspondence and inspired each other to create outside their respective lines of work. In 1969 a then-convalescing Lévi-Strauss designed at Leibowitz's invitation the stage set for a production of Maurice Ravel's opera L'Heure espagnole conducted by Leibowitz. Correspondingly at the time of his death in 1972 Leibowitz was working on a series of essays on the poetry of Lévi-Strauss's work. With the original front wrapper bound in. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Typed Letter Signed

      1958 - PORTER, Cole. Typed Letter Signed. No place: August 30, 1958. Quarto, one page, letter measures 7-1/4 by 10-1/2 inches, matted and framed with a photographic portrait. Entire framed piece measures 22 by 16-1/2 inches. $4250.Gracious 1958 signed Cole Porter letter, thanking his correspondent for photographs of the Palazzo Rezzonico, "where we used to live and have such happy days." Finely framed with a portrait.The typed letter reads: "Dear Miss Stern: Thank you so much for sending, via Bob Montgomery, the photographs of the Palazzo Rezzonico, where we used to live and have such happy days. It was most thoughtful of you. Sincerely, [signed] Cole Porter." "Received" inkstamp dated Sep 2 1958.Fine condition, a handsome framed piece. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Oh What a Wonderful Feeling". Promotional Package featuring Robert Goulet

      - Philips Electronics (Canada) Promotional "Record Album" featuring rare silkscreen of Robert Goulet, c. 1958 This attractive and imaginative promotional package was used by sales reps to entice store owners to stock Philishave products, notably the new Philishave rotary electric Speedshaver. The format is a brown leatherette "record album" with five sleeves containing advertising material instead of vinyl lp recordings. The covers feature the title of a "musical" -- Oh What A Wonderful Feeling" -- within an oval design in gold. The front endpaper is a woodgrain pattern with a short text that describes the campaign as an "exciting, happy-go-lucky advertising idea". The first item in the album is a full-colour silkscreen on heavy cardstock of a cheerful "Bob Goulet: Outstanding Singing Star of Television and the Canadian Stage" wearing Western garb, using the shaver. The five sleeves are each titled ("The Star", "Record Breaking Performance", etc.); each includes a silkscreened, cardboard replica of an lp with text that refers to the title of that sleeve (the first, for instance, begins "Here¿s the Star "¿ with the "lp" label titled "Overture to Comfort", with a drawing of the shaver; the second "lp" is titled The Shaver with the Hinge on Top"). The third sleeve contains two attached "lps" that open to reveal details of the advertising campaign, which included double-page ads in Canadian magazines, newspaper ads, and television spots "on 44 stations". The ads featured Goulet and other TV and stage stars. The final sleeve has on the back a pocket (titled "Here are the Props") that includes numerous colourful promotional items: images of store displays, a poster, order form, two "tickets" to the premiere of the "musical", and two advertising lists showing when and where ads were to be placed. The overall condition of the album and contents is excellent, with some wear to the cover: some scuffing to cover edges and spine; a snall stain on front, a bit of buckling on back, and places along spine edge where paper has separated. Inside, there are offset marks from the album bolts and the sleeve pocket printing onto the back end paper, the two ad lists are scuffed at the top, and the silkscreen of Goulet has several small scuffs. Colours throughout are bright and there is no chipping or wear to the paper contents. This is a wonderful example of 1950s advertising. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Documenti d'arte d'oggi. MAC 1958 MAC 1958

      Documenti d'arte d'oggi. MAC 1958 NY: George Wittenborn. EXCEPTIONALLY RARE. (Today's art documents. MAC 1958.) Documenti d'arte d'oggi. Mac 1958. Experimental magazine M.A.C. (Concrete Art Movement), published in Milan between 1954 and 1958. The last of only five issues contains multiple serigraphs, lithographs, woodcuts, collages of several artists linked to M.A.C., as well as an intact pop-up sculpture by Bruno Munari. In the great undamaged unopened condition with only light ageing, no wrapper. First and only edition. In-4° (323x220 mm). 152 Pages. Issue consist of a various cut and color original lithographs and numerous tables, inner to the text, some folded, photographs in color and b&w. Original hardcover with Gianni Monnet color lithograph. With poetry of Goethe, Will Grohmann, Piero Manzoni, other texts, lithographs, chromolithographs, serigraphs, drawings by Enrico Baj (1924-2003), Capogrossi (1900-1972), Eugenio Carmi, Dorfles, Piero Manzoni, Gianni Monnet, Bruno Munari, Mario Radice, Anastasio Soldati. pop-up sculpture of Bruno Munari (1907-1998). DOCUMENTS OF ART TODAY

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        Anthropologie structurale.

      Paris: Librairie Plon,, 1958. Avec 23 illustrations dans le texte et 13 illustrations hors-texte. Octavo (196 x 135 mm). Contemporary red quarter morocco, spine titles gilt, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edge speckled black. Illustrated with black and white plates and diagrams in the text. Spine lightly faded and scuffed, a couple of tiny stains to front board, spotting and slight dampstaining to bound-in wrapper and following blank leaf. A very good copy. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the half-title to his close friend, composer René Leibowitz, "Pour René Leibowitz, en toute amitié, Claude Levi-Strauss". From the beginnings of their friendship in the late 1940s Lévi-Strauss and Leibowitz kept a copious correspondence and inspired each other to create outside their respective lines of work. In 1969 a then-convalescing Lévi-Strauss designed at Leibowitz's invitation the stage set for a production of Maurice Ravel's opera L'Heure espagnole conducted by Leibowitz. Correspondingly at the time of his death in 1972 Leibowitz was working on a series of essays on the poetry of Lévi-Strauss's work. With the original front wrapper bound in.

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        OCTOBER 7-25, 1958. EXHIBITION OF RECENT SCULPTURE JOHN ROOD

      New York: The Contemporaries, 1958. Pictorial wrappers. A few faint rubs to wrappers, but a very good copy, or better. First edition. Miss Welty's contribution to this catalogue is the entirety of the text (two closely set pages), with the exception of the final leaf which lists seventeen works on exhibit. Scarce. POLK AD1.

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        La gana

      - René Julliard, Paris 1958, 14,5x23cm, broché. - Prima edizione, una delle 20 copie numerate su Alfa schiuma, non il nostro giustificato solo le carte. Bella copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 20 exemplaires numérotés sur alfa mousse, le nôtre non justifié, seuls grands papiers. Agréable exemplaire.

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        Mémoires d'une jeune fille rangée - La Force de l'âge - La Force des choses - Tout compte fait.

      - Paris, Gallimard, 1958, 1960, 1963 et 1972. 4 volumes in-8 brochés, couvertures rempliées, exemplaires partiellement non coupés. Editions originales de la collection complète des volumes qui composent les Mémoires de Simone de Beauvoir. Tirage limité respectivement à 150, 115, 125 et 125 exemplaires. Ces exemplaires sont numérotés sur vélin pur fil Lafuma-Navarre, second papier après les exemplaires de tête sur Hollande. "L'entreprise de vivre et l'entreprise d'écrire sont si liées chez Simone de Beauvoir que le passage à l'autobiographie, plus directement en prise avec le réel que le roman, était inévitable. Commencée à la cinquantaine, cette entreprise, qui répond aussi au désir de sauver le passé, se poursuit avec des modalités diverses presque jusqu'à la fin de la vie de Simone de Beauvoir: au socle dur constitué par les 'Mémoires d'une jeune fille rangée' (1958), 'La Force de l'âge' (1960) et 'La Force des choses' (1963) s'ajoute, à titre de complément plus tardif, 'Tout compte fait' (1972)" (Éliane Lecarme-Tabone). (Francis & Gontier, 'Les écrits de Simone de Beauvoir', p. 183, 193, 206 et 250). Très bon exemplaires, très frais, partiellement non coupés. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        La belle et la bête - Journal d'un film

      Editions du Rocher 1958 - - Editions du Rocher, Monaco 1958, 14,5x19,5cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 40 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Ouvrage illustré de photographies en noir et blanc. Très bel exemplaire tel que paru. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of 40 numbered copies on vélin pur fil, the only large paper copies. With black and white photographs. A fine copy, as issued. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Le Corbusier

      1958. Editions Universitaires, Paris 1958, 11,5x17,5cm, broché. - Editions Universitaires, Paris 1958, 11,5x17,5cm, broché. - Edizione per il quale non è stato redatto grandi giornali. autografo firmato di Corbusier Claudine Choney. Iconografia. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Envoi autographe signé du Corbusier à Claudine Choney. Iconographie.

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        Breakfast at Tiffany's: A Short Novel and Three Stories

      179 pp. 8vo. The novella that inspired the famous film starring Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly, together with three other stories (House of Flowers; A Diamond Guitar; A Christmas Memory). First edition. Boards a bit soiled with minor loss from black title stamping on cover spine, rear jacket panel lightly smudged, two 1/2 inch jacket tears, one repaired with clear tape on reverse, jacket spine faded. New York: Random House, 1958. First Edition. Collectible; Very Good/Very Good.

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        Granite and Rainbow

      London: The Hogarth Press 1958 - First edition, first printing. Personal copy of author's sister Vanessa Bell, with her ownership signature "Vanessa Bell" in blue ink to the front free endpaper, and with the front panel of the dust jacket designed by Bell adhered to the front pastedown and the dust jacket spine adhered to the front free endpaper. Publisher's royal blue cloth, lettered in gilt; white dust jacket with decorations in light blue and black. Very good, with some wear and rubbing to the edges, a hint of toning to the spine, a faint hint of foxing to the page edges, otherwise bright and clean pages. Housed in a custom quarter-leather clamshell box. Granite and Rainbow is the fourth and final posthumously published collection of Virginia Woolf's essays, discovered by B. J. Kirkpatrick (Woolf's bibliographer) and Dr. Mary Lyon (author of Virginia Woolf as Critic). The text is divided into two sections: "The Art of Biography," which includes "Money and Love," "Poe's Helen," and "Waxworks at the Abbey," and "The Royal Academy;" and "The Art of Fiction," which includes "Hours in a Library," "Impassioned Prose," and "The Anatomy of Fiction." The title Granite and Rainbow is a reference to the life of an artist. Specifically, Virginia identified Vanessa's nature as having a complex combination of vulnerability and granitic strength. During her lifetime, Woolf wrote many articles on writing and literature for serial publications, many of which were published in her The Common Reader series (1925 and 1932). After Virginia's death, her husband Leonard Woolf published her remaining essays, but managed to miss a few, which, after being discovered by Kirkpatrick and Lyon, were published together in this volume. Like many of her published works, Granite and Rainbow was edited by her husband, published through her own press, and wrapped in a dust jacket designed by her sister, all of which reinforce the highly personal nature of Woolf's writing and creative process. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tausendundeine Nacht.

       um 1958-60. Original Illustrationen für \"Tausendundeine Nacht\", Neufassung von Inge Dreecken, in 3 Bd., Keyser, Heidelberg 1961. 35 Blätter mit detaillierten Tuschezeichnungen auf Karton und Bütten, darunter zahlreiche erotische Motive. Format der Blätter ca. 30 x 42 cm. Unikat. Unsigniert aus dem Verlagsarchiv. Im unteren Rand meist Bezeichnung der Seite im Buch und der Nummernfolge der Erzählungen. Teils geringe Lagerspuren, Nadellöcher im Rand, mit verschiedenen Anmerkungen für den Druck versehen, insgesamt sehr gute Erhaltung. - Als Beigabe eine Ausgabe der Buchveröffentlichung. - Horst Lemke, 1922-1985, dt. Illustrator und Grafiker, Studium an der Berliner Akademie bei Gerhard Ulrich, nach dem Krieg zunächst in Heidelberg als Werbegrafiker und Illustrator für Buch- und Zeitschriftenverlage, ab 1957 anssässig in Brione, Schweiz, zahlreiche Illustrationen von Kinderbüchern für u.a. Erich Kästner, Astrid Lindgren, Max Kruse. Versand D: 8,00 EUR 1001 Nacht

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        The Cat in the Hat Comes Back

      Random House, 1958 A fine first edition (so stated on the copyright page) in a fine dust jacket. The book in inscribed by Dr. Seuss. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.

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        Nightwood

      London: Faber and Faber, 1958. Second Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed by Author. Inscribed in black ink to former owner who correspondended with the author about The Antiphon in the early sixties: "With regards to / Nancy Mazzocco, / and the author's thanks, / [signed] Djuna Barnes / May 1961." Second edition, early printing. 239pp. Original purple cloth with red stamping and gilt lettering. Fine in Very Good+ unclipped dust jacket, spine toned, a bit chipped at head and worn at tips. The author's best-known work, now widely regarded as one of the best gay and lesbian-themed 20th Century novels.

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        Dossiers du Collège de Pataphysique.

      - [1958-1965], 17 vol. in-8. Ensemble de 22 numéros en 17 livraisons : 1-2, 3, 5, 9, 10-11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18-19, 20, 21, 22-24, 25, 26, 27, 28. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). *** Frais de port en sus. * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. * La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. * Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** Langue : Français

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        The Atlantic Salmon

      New York: A.S. Barnes, 1958. First edition, no. 29 of 200 copies. Original watercolor frontispiece of leaping salmon, signed by the artist below. Illustrated with photographs. 1 vols. 4to. Bound in green half morocco and marbled boards, spine turned to brown, no slipcase. First edition, no. 29 of 200 copies. Original watercolor frontispiece of leaping salmon, signed by the artist below. Illustrated with photographs. 1 vols. 4to. "It can be said that this is a definitive work on the noble fish" -Bruns. Bruns W-176; Bibliotheca Salmo Salar 130

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        12 Puntes Seques I Un Autorretrat De Grau Sala. Introducció De Jaume Pla. Il.lustracions Líriques De Josep Janés I Olivé.

      Monografies De La Rosa Vera = Jaume Pla, Barcelona 1958 - Anteportada y en su reverso el autorretrato de autor en aguafuerte - portada a tres tintas - justificación de tiraje firmada por el autor y el pintor - 1 hoja - 5 hojas con la introducción firmada a mano por Jaume Pla - 12 hojas con los poemas y 12 láminas con los grabados originales a la punta seca y 4 hojas. Todo en papel de hilo superior. Edición total y única de 85 ejemplares. Perfecto ejemplar con una muy elegante encuadernación a plena piel firmada por Manuel Bueno. Con regia caja de resguerdo. Size: 35,5 x 25,5 Cm. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Librarium. Zeitschrift der Schweizerischen Bibliophilen-Gesellschaft . 1. - 59. Jg. 1958 - 2013 (Heft 1); (152 Hefte. fehlende: 1980/I, 1982/I, 1985/II, 1987/II, 1989/III2004/III, 2010/1).

      Zürich, Schweiz. Bibliophilen-Gesellschaft, 1958 - 2013 Gr.8°, pro Jahr ca. 240 S., tlw. farb. Taf. u. zahlr. Abb., Brosch., Tadellos. Ex. Nr. 618/750. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Buchwesen - allgemein Bibliophile Ausgaben

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        Boletim (Revista) da Sociedade dos Amigos de Machado de Assis, n. 1 a 8

      Livraria São José 1958 - Série completa das Revistas da Sociedade dos amigos de Machado de Assis, de 1 a 8. O n. 1 é chamado Boletim, os demais, Revista. Brochuras, 27x19cm, 26, 31, 60, 36, 32, 32, 32 e 32pp. Com numerosas fotos. O no. 1 foi impresso em 29 de setembro de 1958, data do cinquentenário da morte do romancista. A data dos demais é 2) 21/6/59; 3) 29/9/59; 4)21/6/1960; 5) 29/9/60; 6)21/6/1961; 7) 29/9/1961; 8) 29/9/1968. Com inéditos de Machado, artigos dos maiores nomes da literatura brasileira: Carlos Drummond de Andrade, João Guimarães Rosa, Manuel Bandeira, etc. Muito raro. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The subterraneans

      Grove Press, 1958. Rilegato tela, sovracoperta (cloth, dust jacket) . 8vo. pp. 112. Molto Buono (Very Good). First edition, Second printing. The Subterraneans is published in three edition: An Evergreen Book, A hard bound edition and a specially bound Limited Edition of 100 numbered copies.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini]
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