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        Dark Returners

      Macabre House, CT 1959 - Signed Limited First Edition. #116 of 150 copies. Signed by author on FFE. Bound in red leather with gilt on spine. Published by Macabre House which he owned. This is a compilation of 9 of his stories. Publications from this author were never produced en masse and are scarce. Book Condition: Near Fine: Square spine, sharp edges. FFE is rubbed in the upper corner. Some light overall toning to textblock. Previous owner's namestamp on from pastedown. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Wild Raspberries (presentation copy)

      New York : the artist, 1959. Folio (445 mm tall), original fuchsia papered boards (faded and paper lost at spine, as usual), title sheet, pp [42], consisting of 14 leaves with original watercolour, one double page with original watercolour, four illustrated leaves uncoloured and one sheet with text, interleaved with eight sheets of fuchsia tissue paper, as issued; the complete folio printed in offset lithography by Seymour Berlin, hand bound with one bifolium in duplicate probably in error, resulting in two leaves in duplicate (Calves Head Giant and Dorothy Killgallens Gateau of Marzipan), one set coloured and one set uncoloured; a presentation copy, inscribed 'To Bob / andy Warhol'. One of Andy Warhol's early hand made artist's books, a satirical take on the French cookbooks popular at the time, written in jest with socialite friend Suzie Frankfurt, the recipes scripted by Andy's mother Júlia Warhola and illustrated by Andy Warhol, then hand coloured with Dr. Martin's dyes under the artist's supervision and bound in Manhattan. After seeing an exhibition of the young Warhol's work at Serendipity ice cream parlor on the Upper East Side, the beautiful young Californian Suzie Frankfurt sought the artist out and a friendship quickly developed. Being recently married to an advertising executive, Suzie's mother had sent her a series of French cookbooks so in vogue in the fifties, which were filled with recipes and ingredients quite foreign to young Americans. "My mother, who was a hostess sine qua non, deemed the most important thing for a new bride was to be a good hostess. I wanted to emulate my mother, of course, and it was the year all these French cookbooks came out. I tried to make sense of them. 'Make a béchamel sauce,' they'd say. I didn't even know what that was." Inspired by the recipes that were a source of mirth and mystery to Suzie and Andy, the two decided to write their own cookbook of exotic, elaborate and improbable recipes. 'Omelet Greta Garbo. Make a bed of genoise and fill it with pink ice. Cover with a meringue and set to brown quickly. When about to serve pour a glass of heated kirsch into the meringue and light it. Always to be eaten alone in a candlelite room" A receipt in the Andy Warhol Museum Archives shows that 94 copies were bound by A - Z Bookbinding at the corner of Canal Street in the Lower East Side for a total amount of $94. It is likely that the duplicate sheet found in this example was bound in accidentally at this point. The title "Wild Raspberries" is a spoof on the 1957 Ingmar Bergman film "Wild Strawberries" and the book includes many spelling mistakes made by Warhol's mother, who is described by Frankfurt as 'gifted and untutored', deliberately left in the book, a fact which adds to its naïveté. The hand colouring was applied by four schoolboys who lived in an apartment above Warhol's. In a step towards Warhol's 'Factory' of the 1960s, they created the finished artworks under his direction. According to Frankfurt, 34 copies were coloured in entirety, and the remainder assembled with 5 coloured sheets, enriched using Dr. Martin's aniline dye which would be recognised as one of Warhol's trademark mediums. Andy Warhol's "Wild Raspberries" show ran from December 2 - 24, 1959 at the Bodley Gallery and featured original watercolours from the series as well as copies of the book for sale. The exhibition and book received positive reviews ('clever frivolity in excelsis' - The New York Times; 'Noël Provincial' - Harper's Bazaar), but the book sold poorly, with only a few copies selling at the exhibition and also at the department store Bloomingdales. Many copies were given away as a consequence, and a number have now been split by art dealers and the prints sold individually. The copy we offer here was presented with a signed inscription to Robert Hungerford, and was inscribed by Warhol around the time that the book was made. It is one of the few copies to be signed by Warhol. Hungerford was the creative director of Campbell Eward, who commissioned Andy Warhol on behalf of Champion Paper Company to produce artworks for the advertising campaign "Face to Face" in the 1960s. The concept was for photographers to shoot illustrators and for illustrators to draw photographers, and the project involved Austin Briggs and Gordon Parks along with Warhol. Primary references : Feldman and Schellmann IV. 126 - 143 Reading Andy Warhol. Museum Brandhorst. Ostfildern (Germany) : Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2013

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        Cider With Rosie.

      London The Hogarth Press 1959 - First edition, first impression, first issue with account of fire at the piano works (p. 272), 8vo., with drawings by John Ward, publisher's moss green cloth, spine lettered in gold, cream dust-jacket designed by Ward and printed in green, ochre and black, with rare Book Society Choice wrap-around, top extremities of flaps toned and corner of upper one mildly creased, otherwise a near fine a copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Diccionario literario de obras y personajes de todos los tiempos y de todos los paises (14 Vol. 12+2)

      Montaner y Simón. 1959 - Literatura. Estudios literarios. Diccionarios. (82) Montaner y Simón. Barcelona. 1959 cm. 14 v. lam. col. y n. Encuadernación en tapa dura de editorial estampada. Versión y adaptación de la obra Dizionario letterario delle opere a la que se ha añadido una serie de obras de literatura castellana, hispanoamericana, catalana, gallega, arabigoespañola y hebraicoespañola. Precede al tít.: González Porto-Bompiani. Diccionarios. González Porto, José. Casa editrice Valentino Bompiani. Depósito legal: B 1352-1959 HG62 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Edicts Of Asoka

      Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 1959. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good +/Very Good +. Inscribed by Author(s). 1st Printing Xvii, 69 Pp. Green Cloth, Stamped In Black. Lightly Ued Book In Lightly Worn Dj Priced $1.75 1/8" Square Chip At Top Of Front Spine Edge. Inscribed On Front Pastedown "To John Raben- Some Ancient Wisdom For His Birthday. Many Happy Returns. Richard Mckeon And Muriel / Jan. 20, 1959". Mckeon Was One Of The Most Respected Professors At The University Of Chicago, Renowned For His Ideas And Methods Courses. John R. Raben Was A Senior Partner In The Law Firm Of Sullivan & Cromwell, With Which He Had Been Associated Since 1939. Mr. Raben Had Been Counsel To Investment Banking And Accounting Firms And Associations. When The Financial Accounting Standards Board Was Established In 1973 As The Rule-Making Apparatus Of The Accounting Profession He Became Its Counsel. He Was Also Counsel To The Industry Task Force That Helped Draft The Securities Investors Protection Corporation Legislation. The Raben Lecture At Yale Is Named In His Honor.

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        Arabian Sands.

      London: Longmans, Green and Co. Ltd., 1959 - Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in terracotta morocco, raised bands, titles to spine gilt, dark green endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. Frontispiece and 46 plates, 8 maps to the text, some full-page, folding map loosely inserted. First edition. This was Thesiger's first book and "and, in his opinion, his finest" (ODNB) "During the years that I was in Arabia I never thought that I would write a book about my travels Seven years after leaving Arabia I showed some photographs I had taken to Graham Watson and he strongly urged me to write a book about the desert. This I refused to do The following day Graham Watson came to see me again, and this time he brought Mark Longman with him. After much argument the two of them persuaded me to try to write this book. Now that I have finished it I am grateful to them, for the effort to remember every detail has brought back vividly into my mind the Bedu amongst whom I travelled, and the vast empty land across which I rode on camels for ten thousand miles" (Introduction). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Art international. Volume III, 1/2 1959 - Volume 10 / 1966.

      35 x 25 cm. Ca. 6000 S. OBroschur in OLeinen-Schuber. Von ausgezeichneter , frischer Erhaltung. Sammlung von 8 Jahrgängen der internationalen, aufwändig gestalteten Kunstzeitung für die Moderne und Avantgarde mit Texten in Deutsch, Französisch und Englisch. Enthalten ist in vollständiger Folge Jg. 3 / 1959, Heft 1/2 - 10 [9 Hefte] Jg. 4 / 1960, H 1 - 10 [9 Hefte] Jg. 5 / 1961, H.1 -10 [9 Hefte] Jg. 6 / 1962, H. 1 - 10 [9 Hefte] Jg. 7 / 1963, H. 1 - 10 [10 Hefte] Jg. 8 / 1964, H.1 - 10 [9 Hefte] Jg. 9 / 1965, H. 1 - 10 [9 Hefte] Jg. 10 / 196, H.1 - 10 [10 Hefte] in zusammen 74 Heften, alle mit den Originalumschlägen in der Gestaltung der Künstler, in einheitlichen grauen Original-Leinen-Schubern. "Art international" ist nicht nur hinsichtlich der Berichterstattung in diesen Jahren mit einer Balance zwischen Tachismus, Informel und Pop Art, Nouveaux Realisme sowie Zero und teils frühen Beiträgen unter anderem über Yves Klein, Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Louis Morris, Jasper Johns, Robert Motherwell, Jean Tinguely, Daniel Spoerri bis hin zu Gerhard Richter von großer Bedeutung für die damalige Kunstszene: Die unzähligen, oft ganzseitigen Anzeigen namhaftester Galerien wie Schwarz, Blu, Janis, Sonnabend, Clert, Castelli, Sperone, Schmela etc. verweisen auf frühe Ausstellungen u.a. von Warhol, Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Johns, Klein, Twombly etc. Ein umfangreicher Beitrag von Paul Wember berichtet von der ersten institutionellen Ausstellung Yves Kleins in Krefeld, frühe, auch internationale Galerieausstellungen von Warhol und Lichtenstein werden besprochen. In dieser Dichte der wichtigsten Jahre und vor allem nahezu neuwertigen Erhaltung selten.

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        Annual Address by President Martin Luther King, Jr., on the Fourth Anniversary of the Montgomery Improvement Association at the Bethel Baptist Church, Montgomery, Alabama

      Bryant Foundation for the Vanguard Society of America, Los Angeles, California 1959 - First edition. Narrow octavo. 12pp. Stapled printed cream wrappers. Slightest age-toning, still fine. An address concerning segregation in the Alabama educational system and other issues. We were unable to find the text of this address by Dr. King published in any other reference, edition, or format. *OCLC* locates a single copy of this pamphlet (University of Michigan). Not in *Catalogue of the Blockson Collection,* or any other reference we consulted. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Christmas Card with autopen inscription 'Best -- Jack' as Senator for Massachusetts, (John Fitzgerald, 1917-1963, President of the United States 1961-1963)

      1959 - showing him seated, half length, in near profile, smiling to the left, with daughter Caroline (b. 27th November 1957) on his knee, where she is looking down at a open book, Mrs Kennedy, three quarter face, in a shoulder length dress and pearls, stands behind with her arms on the chair back, border of poinsettias and holly in left margin, gilt U.S. eagle above printed greetings, 4 sides (2 blank) 5¾" x 4¾", no date but traces of laying down by blank fourth side including two plain strips of white paper [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ART IN POSTERS The Complete Original Posters of Braque, Chagall, Dufy, Leger, Matisse, Miro, Picasso

      Monte Carlo; New York: Andre Sauret; George Braziller, 1959. 249 pages of text. Hardcover binding in almost new condition. Parts of the textblock have separated from the binding in several places, as is typical for this publication due to the binding style and the thick paper upon which the lithographs are printed. Unclipped dustjacket with minor browning and rubbing to the top of the spine, and minimal shelfwear; protected in new custom-fitted archival mylar. Illustrated by 102 color posters reproduced by Mourlot Freres, most of which are in color. Posters: 13 by Braque, 15 by Chagall, 4 by Dufy, 7 by Leger, 10 by Matisse, 9 by Miro, 44 by Picasso. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition/Very good+ condition (DJ). Quarto (4to).

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        Art in Posters: The Complete Original Posters of Braque, Chagall, Dufy, L_ger, Matisse, Mirã, Picasso

      New York: George Brazier, 1959. 1st. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Fernand L_ger, Henri Matisse, Joan Mirã, Pablo Picasso. New York: George Brazier, 1959 1st Very Good/Good Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Fernand L_ger, Henri Matisse, Joan Mirã, Pablo Picasso Intro by Fernand Mourlot & end catalogue of each poster Large, beautiful book containing 102 color, lithographically printed, post-war exhibition posters printed (mainly) by Mourlot Freres - Renowned Parisian fine art publisher - for Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Fernand Léger, Henri Matisse, Joan MirÃ_, and Pablo Picasso "Each image is sumptuously reproduced photolithographically here in miniature by Mourlot, creating essentially one hundred and two original graphics A strikingly handsome example in dust jacket"-{Arcana Books}1959 George Brazier, Publisher New York Printing in France 1st Edition Book & DJ in good condition including acetate wrapping (acetate wrapping on back cover has open tear, 2"H x 6"L) NOT EX-LIBRARY First American Edition Know, notoriously as being fragile & poorly-bound This copy has all pages still attached but beginning to come loose There are signs of visible wear which may include rubbing, bumping, small tears, non-major spine or binding defects but book is still wholly intact Small signs of visible wear SEE PICTURES for any wear or defects Condition based on age of book To ensure you receive the quality of book expected we provide pictures of NOTICEABLE WEAR for ALL books we sell with marked conditions of GOOD + If you have any questions at all don't hesitate to send us an email "ew York: George Brazier, 1959 1st Very Good/Good Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Fernand L_ger, Henri Matisse, Joan Mirã, Pablo Picasso Intro by Fernand Mourlot & end catalogue of each poster Large, beautiful book containing 102 color, lithographically printed, post-war exhibition posters printed (mainly) by Mourlot Freres - Renowned Parisian fine art publisher - for Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Fernand Léger, Henri Matisse, Joan MirÃ_, and Pablo Picasso "Each image is sumptuously reproduced photolithographically here in miniature by Mourlot, creating essentially one hundred and two original graphics A strikingly handsome example in dust jacket"-{Arcana Books}1959 George Brazier, Publisher New York Printing in France 1st Edition Book & DJ in good condition including acetate wrapping (acetate wrapping on back cover has open tear, 2"H x 6"L) NOT EX-LIBRARY First American Edition Know, notoriously as being fragile & poorly-bound This copy has all pages still attached but"w York: George Brazier, 1959 1st Very Good/Good Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Fernand L_ger, Henri Matisse, Joan Mirã, Pablo Picasso Intro by Fernand Mourlot & end catalogue of each poster Large, beautiful book containing 102 color, lithographically printed, post-war exhibition posters printed (mainly) by Mourlot Freres - Renowned Parisian fine art publisher - for Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Fernand Léger, Henri Matisse, Joan MirÃ_, and Pablo Picasso "Each image is sumptuously reproduced pho" York: George Brazier, 1959 1st Very Goo

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        Marchand de sel, écrits de Marcel Duchamp (Collection "391")

      1959 - 231 pp. Paris, Le Terrain Vague, 1959, in-8, 231 pp, broché, couverture illustrée à rabats de l'éditeur, Rare. Bel exemplaire de l'édition originale. Un des 2000 exemplaires sur Cellunaf alpha après 10 hors commerce et 40 de luxe sur Auvergne. Reproduction en frontispice de "La mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires" sur celluloïd dépliant. Ouvrage présentant les écrits de Duchamp réunis et présentés par Michel Sanouillet, une bibliographie de Poupard-Lieussou ainsi que de nombreux fac-similés, dessins et photographies de Duchamp et de ses oeuvres. Célluloïd du fronstipice gondolé, sinon intérieur d'une grande fraîcheur. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gelassenheit EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Pfullingen: Verlag Günther Neske, 1959. Fine. Verlag Günther Neske, Pfullingen 1959, 12,5x20,5cm, broché sous chemise et étui. - The first edition, for which there were no large paper copies. Autograph inscription from Martin Heidegger to his French translator Roger Munier. This copy has a chemise and slipcase in red paper boards, the spine of the chemise being black shagreen and the interior lined in red felt. A very good copy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Envoi autographe signé de Martin Heidegger à son traducteur en français Roger Munier. Notre exemplaire est présenté sous une chemise et un étui en plein cartonnage rouge, dos de la chemise de chagrin noir et intérieur de feutrine rouge. Bel exemplaire.

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        Inventario privato

      Milano: Veronelli Editore, I gemelli , 1959. Brossura (wrappers). Ottimo (Fine). Prefazione di Giacomo Zanga. Con 5 disegni su fondo seppia di Alberto Casarotti. 8vo. pp. 50. Ottimo (Fine). Prima edizione (First Edition).

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        Nous Avons

      [Paris]: Louis Broder, [1959]. Limited to 150 copies on d’Ambert Rag Wove signed by Miró and Char – this one of 110 regular issue copies. This is the second preferred edition, the first to contain the five exquisite small-scale colour etchings with aquatint and one woodcut by Miró. Nous Avons was first published the previous year by Pierre André Benoît with only one etching by Miró. Cramer 53. Dupin 247-52. The Artist & The Book 210. oblong 12mo. pp. 26, [ff. 7]incl 2 blanks. 5 etchings with aquatint by Miró, printed in colours (including wrapper illus.). tissue guards. uncut. gatherings loose as issued. original wrs. silk clamshell box with woodcut by Miró. on upper cover (light wear to box)

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        Azimuth 1. A cura di Enrico Castellani - Piero Manzoni. Mit Arbeiten (bzw. Texten) von Vincenzo Agnetti, Bruno Alfieri, Franco Angeli, Nanni Balestrini, G. Ballo, Samuel Beckett, Kees van Bohemen, Agostino Bonalumi, Enrico Castellani, K.F. Dahmen, S. Dangelo, Piero Dorazio, Gillo Dorfles, C. Estienne, K.J. Fischer, Lucio Fontana, Albino Galvano, O. Holweck, Jasper Johns, Kemeny, Yves Klein, Carl Laszlo, S. Lora, H. Mack, Piero Manzoni, G. Marotta, Christian Megert, G. Novelli, E. Pagliarani, Leo Paolazzi, F. Pena, Francis Picabia, I. Piene, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Gio Pomodoro, Robert Rauschenberg, G. Romijn, M. Rossello, M. Rotella, J. Sanders, J. Schoonoven, E. Schumacher, Kurt Schwitters, S. Tajiri, Yoshiaki Tono, Antonio Tullier, J. Wagemaker.

      Milano. 1959 Quart. Broschur (gestaltet von Cecco Re). Einband etwas stärker knitterig, Ecken teils etwas bestoßen (zusätzlich liegt ein beschnittener Orig.-Vorderdeckel bei). enthält u.a. eine monochrom blaue Seite von Yves Klein, das Alphabet von Manzoni und beigelegt die Reproduktion einer Zeichnung der von Jean Tinguely entwickelten Zeichenmaschine Méta-Matic No. 12 Versand D: 4,80 EUR

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        Azimuth 1. A cura di Enrico Castellani - Piero Manzoni. Mit Arbeiten (bzw. Texten) von Vincenzo Agnetti, Bruno Alfieri, Franco Angeli, Nanni Balestrini, G. Ballo, Samuel Beckett, Kees van Bohemen, Agostino Bonalumi, Enrico Castellani, K.F. Dahmen, S. Dangelo, Piero Dorazio, Gillo Dorfles, C. Estienne, K.J. Fischer, Lucio Fontana, Albino Galvano, O. Holweck, Jasper Johns, Kemeny, Yves Klein, Carl Laszlo, S. Lora, H. Mack, Piero Manzoni, G. Marotta, Christian Megert, G. Novelli, E. Pagliarani, Leo Paolazzi, F. Pena, Francis Picabia, I. Piene, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Gio Pomodoro, Robert Rauschenberg, G. Romijn, M. Rossello, M. Rotella, J. Sanders, J. Schoonoven, E. Schumacher, Kurt Schwitters, S. Tajiri, Yoshiaki Tono, Antonio Tullier, J. Wagem .

      Milano 1959 - Broschur (gestaltet von Cecco Re). Sprache: Italienisch, Einband etwas stärker knitterig, Ecken teils etwas bestoßen (zusätzlich liegt ein beschnittener Orig.-Vorderdeckel bei). enthält u.a. eine monochrom blaue Seite von Yves Klein, das Alphabet von Manzoni und beigelegt die Reproduktion einer Zeichnung der von Jean Tinguely entwickelten Zeichenmaschine Méta-Matic No. 12 900 Gramm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Shakespeare and Company

      1959. First Edition . Signed. BEACH, Sylvia. Shakespeare and Company. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1959. Octavo, original ivory cloth, original dust jacket. $12,000.First edition of Sylvia Beach's memoir, ""particularly valuable for the many insights into Joyce's work and the authentic personal views it provides of the man himself"" (New York Times), a scarce presentation copy inscribed by Beach above and below the half title, ""For Julian, with Sylvia's very affectionate [Shakespeare and Company] regards,"" in original dust jacket.It was in Sylvia Beach's legendary Paris bookshop, Shakespeare and Company, that ""James Joyce's Ulysses was born."" In her memoir, Shakespeare and Company, Beach tells her story ""with simplicity, freshness and modesty. And in doing so she succeeds in bringing back that whole small—but intensely creative—world around her bookshop and that of her friend, Adrienne Monnier… which was the center of so much French literary activity."" Her book ""is particularly valuable for the many critical insights into Joyce's work and the authentic personal views it provides of the man himself."" After her publication of Ulysses ""on Joyce's birthday, Feb. 2, 1922, Shakespeare and Company was known to writers the world over. No one failed to call… but it is finally Joyce whose portrait remains—a shy, quiet, infinitely curious, kindly, generous man… She shows us the artist whose complex existence was given to his work… As Beach says, 'He treated people invariably as his equals'"" (New York Times). An excerpt, Ulysses in Paris, was printed in 1956 for private distribution to friends of the author and publisher. Ink shelf markings on spine and front free endpaper.Book near-fine, short closed tear to rear panel of dust jacket, also near-fine. A desirable inscribed copy.

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        TOPOGRAPHIA GERMANIAE

      Kassel and Basel: Brenreiter-Verlag, 1959-65. n. This is an excellent facsimile of that portion of the famous "Topographia" series that covers the Germanic territories. The set contains reproductions of the volumes covering Swabia (1643), Hesse (1646), Westphalia (1647), Bohemia / Moravia / Silesia (1650), Upper Saxony (1650), Brandenburg and Pomerania (1652), Lower Saxony (1653), Switzerland (1654), Braunschweig and Lüneburg (1654), Franconia (1656), Austria (1656), Bavaria (1657), Burgundy and the Netherlands (1659), Alsace (1663), the Rhenish Palatinate (1672), and Mainz / Trier / Cologne (1675). See previous entry for a full discussion of the significance of the "Topographia" books.. 305 x 203 mm. (12 x 8"). 16 volumes. Publisher's vellum-like paper in shades of ivory, upper covers blindstamped with Habsburg double-headed eagle crest, flat spines with brown morocco labels. With hundreds of folding topographical plates. Front pastedown of Hesse volume inscribed in ink, "John A. A. des V. G. / Haywood." Occasional small marks to boards or smudges to edges, but essentially unused, and in virtually mint condition. This is an excellent facsimile of that portion of the famous "Topographia" series that covers the Germanic territories. The set contains reproductions of the volumes covering Swabia (1643), Hesse (1646), Westphalia (1647), Bohemia / Moravia / Silesia (1650), Upper Saxony (1650), Brandenburg and Pomerania (1652), Lower Saxony (1653), Switzerland (1654), Braunschweig and Lüneburg (1654), Franconia (1656), Austria (1656), Bavaria (1657), Burgundy and the Netherlands (1659), Alsace (1663), the Rhenish Palatinate (1672), and Mainz / Trier / Cologne (1675). See previous entry for a full discussion of the significance of the "Topographia" books.

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        The Audio Cyclopedia / 1st Edition, 1st Printing April 1959 / Hugo Gernback Presentation/Association Copy, Signed, Inscribed and Dated By Author

      Indianapolis: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc. & The Bobbs Merrill Co., Inc., 1959 Indianapolis: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc. & The Bobbs Merrill Co., Inc., 1959. First Edition and First Printing, April, 1959. Signed, inscribed and dated by the author on the ffep, to Science Fiction great Hugo Gernsback, in the first month after publication, on May 24, 1959. Good plus to about very good, clearly put to substantial use by Gernsback. Soiling to covers, modest spine fade, corners a bit bumped; see scans. Dust jacket is edge tattered but complete, showing the original $ 19.95 price tag - rather dear for the time. See scans. A one-of-a-kind first edition, first printing copy of Tremaine's lauded and still much-sought comprehensive 1,269 page study of audio electronics, inscribed by him to Hugo Gernsback, and signed on May 24th of 1959. The Luxembourg-born Gernsback is best known for his spectacular feel for the publishing of golden age science fiction (most notably through Amazing Stories), and is credited with starting the modern era of sci-fi. The celebrated Sci-fi award, the Hugo, is named after him. Nonetheless, Gernsback started as an electronics businessman, and was successful at that; he was a primary popularizer of amateur radio in the U.S., founding the Wireless Association of America in 1909, and established the radio station WRNY. Though he had tried his hand at science fiction with "Ralph 124C 41+" in 1911, it was in fact through his electronics publications - Modern Electronics, Electrical Experimenter and Science and Invention - that he phased into sci-fi publishing by including stories in those magazines. For this reason, his copy of the Audio Cyclopedia - this one - can be considered to be a piece of both science fiction and elctronics history. A well-used (as one might expect) but still solid copy. Tremaine's inscription reads: "To Hugo Gernsback - whom I have long admired from the early days of the 'Electrical Experimenter' and your predictions of 'Things to Come'. Sincerely, H.M. Tremaine, Hollywood, Cal. May 24-1959" . "Things to Come" is a reference to the famous prognosticative Alexander Korda sci-fi epic of that name from 1936. A very, very singular piece. l-46n

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        Le lion écarlate précédé de La fin de Byzance et d'Isabeau de Bavière EDITION ORIGINALE Service de presse ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Gallimard, 1959. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1959, 14,5x20,5cm, relié. - Edition, review copy. Binding to the full paper bradel back smooth, blue morocco as Exhibit navy, wrappers and back preserved and bound in (insolated back) Binding signed Thomas Boichot. Precious autograph signed by Paul Morand in Lucien Rebatet: "... these time travel ..." - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Reliure à la bradel en plein papier, dos lisse, pièce de titre de maroquin bleu marine, couvertures et dos conservés (dos insolé), reliure signé de Thomas Boichot. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Paul Morand à Lucien Rebatet : "... ces voyages dans le temps..."

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        Que Hanqian Xian Sheng shu Qian zi wen. Xin mou si yue Wu Jingheng ti. [The Thousand Character Classic in the hand of Master Que Hanqian]. Cover title from the brush of Wu Jingheng, April, 1951

      Taipei: Bo yun zhuang, January, 1959. First edition thus. Near Fine. Five folio volumes, unpaginated, bound in the traditional fashion, each volume with paper label on the upper cover, in royal blue folding case with applied title label “from the brush of Wu Jingheng”. This copy with two holographic presentation notes on the recto of the first leaf in volume one. The first note, dated October 22 (presumably 1959), signed and sealed by the author/ calligrapher Que Hanqian, presents the set to “Elder Brother Chiang-kuo” (1910 - 1988), then a high functionary of the Republic of China in Taiwan, and later premier and president succeeding his father Chiang Kai-shek. The second note, in the hand of Chiang Ching-kuo and dated October 24 (presumably 1959) presents the volumes to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cline. Two short tears at the upper cover of volume one, folding case lightly soiled. Cline was C.I.A. Station Chief in Taipei through 1959 and thereafter head of the CIA's Directorate of Intelligence in Washington, D.C. He played a crucial role in the Cuban Missile Crisis when the Directorate concluded that the Soviet Union had shipped nuclear warheads to Cuba; Cline was among those who informed President John F. Kennedy of the development. General Que Hanqian (1902 - 1971), was a military man who rose to the top ranks of his profession as commander of the Republic of China Army. In retirement he turned to Buddhism and perfection of his calligraphic skills. His version of the classic Qian Zi Wen, which condenses the wisdom of the Chinese sages in one thousand characters with none repeated, has been used by calligraphers since the sixth century as a showcase for their prowess with the brush. This example presents the text in four styles; antique square print (volumes one and two), square print, cursive, and abstract grass cursive. Wu Jingheng (1865 - 1953), who contributes the the cover title and preface, was a noted scholar (philology) and member of the Academia Sinica, as well as an eminent calligrapher. He moved to Taiwan in 1948 following the defeat of the Republic of China government by the forces of Mao Zedong. Que Hanqian apparently solicited Wu Jingheng for his contributions eight years before publication. Although no limitation is expressed, it seems unlikely that many copies were produced. OCLC locates 9 (as of April 12, 2015).

      [Bookseller: Citation Books]
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        Billy Liar.

      Michael Joseph, 1959. - First edition. 8vo. 191pp. Dark red boards with gilt lettering to spine. Geometric patterned dustwrapper. A fine copy with unmarked boards. No inscriptions. The near fine/fine dustwrapper is very clean & fresh with a few short closed tears & also some associated very light rubbing to head of spine. None of the usual fading or toning to spine with bright white title panels. Original price of 13s6dnet on front flap. A superb copy of a book which is seldom seen in this condition. The novel which was the basis for the 1963 classic film with Tom Courtenay and Julie Christie. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Julian Roberts Fine Books ABA ILAB PBFA]
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        Vue de l?église et le Château de Gruyère.

      1959, 1959 - 40x55 cm, huile sur carton signé ?Tinguely 59? en bas à droite. avec cadre (50x65 cm). Oeuvre de jeunesse de Jean Lou Tinguely. Habitais dans le village de la Gruyère avec sa mère, dans la maison qui est actuellement le Musée Giger. Peintre de Paysages, nature morte et intérieurs. (1937 Bulle, ? 2002 Châtel-St-Denis).Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
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        Goldfinger - SIGNED by three Golden Girls

      Cape, 1959. Hardcover. Very Good. A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1959. A very good+ book with some spotting to the page edges. Scribbled out name to the front endpaper. SIGNED by actresses Margaret Nolan (Dink), Shirley Eaton (Jill Masterson/Golden Girl) and Tania Mallett (Tilly Masterson) to the title page. In a very good unclipped wrapper with creasing and some minor loss to the spine tips and corners. Some browning to the rear panel. Rare signed in this way. Housed in a custom-made clamshell box.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        ALAS, BABYLON

      Philadelphia and New York: J.B. Lippincott Company, [1959]. First edition. A fine copy in a nearly fine dust jacket with mild rubbing and shelf wear. (17022). Octavo, cloth. Post nuclear holocaust novel. A group of survivors in Florida cope with the aftermath, and day to day survival. A well received novel with a warning toward nuclear war as well as an ethical statement on the responsibility of citizens toward the prevention of one. Magill: Survey of Science Fiction Literature, Volume 1, pp. 38-42. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 3-74. Pringle, Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels #29.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        TIME OUT OF JOINT

      Philadelphia, New York: J. B. Lippincott Company, [1959]. First edition. A near fine copy, some rubbing to board edges in a very good plus dust jacket, some mild rubbing to spine ends, folds, slight color fade to spine panel. (12451). Octavo, boards. Pringle, Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels 28.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        The Birthday Party - SIGNED, DATED AND INSCRIBED BY PINTER TO HIS LEADING LADY

      Encore, 1959. Soft cover. Very Good. An exceptionally rare first edition of Pinter's second full-length play, published in limited numbers by Encore Publishing in 1959. This edition is signed on the title page by the author, with a personal dedication to the actress Margery Withers - the second actress to play the part of 'Meg' (and the first to do so on television). - - - - - - - - - - The Birthday Party was first staged in the spring of 1958 at the Arts Theatre in Cambridge, before playing in Oxford and Wolverhampton. It opened in London, at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, in May 1958 and infamously closed after only eight performances. It's failure is said to have caused Pinter to consider ending his ambition to be a playwright but subsequent revivals have cemented it's status as a classic. In 1959 the play received it's first such re-evalution when it was performed by the Tavistock Repertory Company at the Tower Theatre in Islington, London. This production provides the cover photograph of Encore's first edition. Pinter, who lived locally, saw the production and attended some rehearsals (although he was not directly involved in the production). The company, run by non-professionals, were the first to stage the play after it's 1958 opening. [Tower Theatre archive: http://www.towertheatre.co/plays/1959/p5906.htm] This copy of the book belonged to Margery Withers, the actress who played 'Meg' in the Tavistock Rep Company production. It is personally signed by Pinter with the following message: "To Margery, I shall always remember your wonderful performance as Meg. You were the one and only belle of the ball. Love Harold." It is dated, by Pinter,  'Dec. 59'. The quote 'the one and only belle of the ball' is taken directly from the play itself. - - - - - - - - - - In 1960 Margery was offered to reprise the role in the world's first television production of the play. At the time she was working at the BBC and could not get permission to appear in the ITV drama - emboldened and encouraged by Pinter she quit her job to become an actress full-time. She made her professional debut in the ITV television version of this play and subsequently appeared in numerous British television series and films over the next 40 years, including parts in Coronation Street, Z Cars, The Bill, Casualty and Mike Leigh's Secrets and Lies. She died in 1999. Harold Pinter went on to become one of Britain's most celebrated playwrights, screenwriters, actors, poets and theatre directors. In 2005 he won the Nobel Prize for Literature. He died in 2008. Condition: This was Margery's personal copy and has suffered a little wear to the edges. The front page with the signature has been secured to the front cover with sellotape at some point. This doesn't impinge on the signature and with a bit of careful restoration a better job could be made of this. There's also a small corner of the title page missing, but otherwise the book is complete with no other lose pages and no major defects. The binding now is tight. Pinter signatures from the 1950s are also incredibly rare. This is a first edition of Pinter's first published play, signed and dated by the author with a personal message to his leading lady.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        The Naked lunch

      Pocketbok. The Olympia press, Traveller's companion series. 1st Edition. 1959. 226 s. Pocket. Mycket gott skick. with the original price of 1500 francs on rear cover (see 2nd picture).

      [Bookseller: Rogers Antikvariat]
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        Clocked Stone

      [Kyoto: Origin Press, 1959. Limited numbered edition, no. 80 of 210 copies signed by the author and artist. Collotype illustrations by Hidetaka Ohno. Square 4to. Publisher's burlap over boards, titled with felt onlays. Covers worn at extremities, corners bumped, dampstain to fore-edge of textblock. Limited numbered edition, no. 80 of 210 copies signed by the author and artist. Collotype illustrations by Hidetaka Ohno. Square 4to.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        A los toros avec Picasso. Texte de Jaime Sabartes..

      Quer-Gr.-8 (25, 5 x 32, 5 cm), 4 Orig.-Lithographien (davon eine mehrfarbig), 153 S. u. 103 teilw. farb. Abb., OLwd. in Schuber, Schuebr etwas berieben u. min. fleckig, Buch tadell. Erste Auflage. Druck der Lithographien von Mourlot. Die Lithographien wurden von Picasso, der ein grosser Freund des Stierkampes war, extra für dieses Werk geschaffen. Die reproduzierten Zeichnungen entstanden 1959-60. (Bloch 1014-1017, Bloch livres 108).

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        The Apocalypse Today

      Wm b Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, Michigan 1959 - Small edge tears to jacket, price in pencil to inside flap, owner's sticker inside cover . No text marks, very clean copy. Stated first edition, 1959. 155 pp. John's apocalyptic visions and their meaning for modern Christians. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Road Runner Books]
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        The Birthday Party - SIGNED, DATED AND INSCRIBED BY PINTER TO HIS LEADING LADY

      Encore 1959 - An exceptionally rare first edition of Pinter's second full-length play, published in limited numbers by Encore Publishing in 1959. This edition is signed on the title page by the author, with a personal dedication to the actress Margery Withers - the second actress to play the part of 'Meg' (and the first to do so on television). - - - - - - - - - - The Birthday Party was first staged in the spring of 1958 at the Arts Theatre in Cambridge, before playing in Oxford and Wolverhampton. It opened in London, at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, in May 1958 and infamously closed after only eight performances. It's failure is said to have caused Pinter to consider ending his ambition to be a playwright but subsequent revivals have cemented it's status as a classic. In 1959 the play received it's first such re-evalution when it was performed by the Tavistock Repertory Company at the Tower Theatre in Islington, London. This production provides the cover photograph of Encore's first edition. Pinter, who lived locally, saw the production and attended some rehearsals (although he was not directly involved in the production). The company, run by non-professionals, were the first to stage the play after it's 1958 opening. This copy of the book belonged to Margery Withers, the actress who played 'Meg' in the Tavistock Rep Company production. It is personally signed by Pinter with the following message: "To Margery, I shall always remember your wonderful performance as Meg. You were the one and only belle of the ball. Love Harold." It is dated, by Pinter, 'Dec. 59'. The quote 'the one and only belle of the ball' is taken directly from the play itself. - - - - - - - - - - In 1960 Margery was offered to reprise the role in the world's first television production of the play. At the time she was working at the BBC and could not get permission to appear in the ITV drama - emboldened and encouraged by Pinter she quit her job to become an actress full-time. She made her professional debut in the ITV television version of this play and subsequently appeared in numerous British television series and films over the next 40 years, including parts in Coronation Street, Z Cars, The Bill, Casualty and Mike Leigh's Secrets and Lies. She died in 1999. Harold Pinter went on to become one of Britain's most celebrated playwrights, screenwriters, actors, poets and theatre directors. In 2005 he won the Nobel Prize for Literature. He died in 2008. Condition: This was Margery's personal copy and has suffered a little wear to the edges. The front page with the signature has been secured to the front cover with sellotape at some point. This doesn't impinge on the signature and with a bit of careful restoration a better job could be made of this. There's also a small corner of the title page missing, but otherwise the book is complete with no other lose pages and no major defects. The binding now is tight. Pinter signatures from the 1950s are also incredibly rare. This is a first edition of Pinter's first published play, signed and dated by the author with a personal message to his leading lady. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books ABA ILAB PBFA]
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        THE STAR CONQUERORS

      Philadelphia, Toronto: The John C. Winston Company, [1959].. Octavo, cloth. First edition. The Terran Confederation, at war with the Masters, a mysterious alien race that rules the Milky Way galaxy, fights for its existence, perhaps against the Others, an ancient enemy that destroyed Terran civilization more than a million years earlier. The author's first book. Part of the classic Winston science fiction series for young readers published between 1952 and 1961. One of the most elusive titles in the series. A fine copy in bright, fine dust jacket with light touchups to tiny rub marks at spine ends and clipped price. A sharp copy. Jacket art by Mel Hunter. (#146540)

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Praha panoramaticka

      Praha: Statni nakladatelstvi krasne literatury, hudby a umeni 1959 Unterschrift von Josef Sudek auf dem Schmutztitelblatt; Gedicht von Jaroslav Seifert, graphische Gestaltung, Umschlag und Bindung nach einem Entwurf von J. Rothmayer, weißer OLWd. mit schwarzgeprägtem Motiv auf dem Vorderdeckel und Rückentitel, schwarzer Kopfschnitt, OUmschlag, neue maßgefertigte Kartonschachtel mit Blindprägung, 295+[9] Seiten mit CCLXXXIV Abbildungen, quer 35,5 x 22,5 cm, Umschlag leicht berieben, kleine Risse im Umschlag von innen mit durchsichtigem Papier unterklebt (lässt sich entfernen), Buch ganz leicht abgegriffen, insgesamt sehr guter Zustand.Prag, Pragensia, Josef Sudek

      [Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská]
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        HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL-1959-FRENCH GRANDE-47X63-AMAZING ORIGINAL POSTER-WILD! VF+

      1959 - This is a rare French poster from one of the absolute greatest horror films of all time! Many argue this is the best art of any poster version. Noted French artist, Roger Soubie, took an interesting and different approach than his American artist counterparts. The U.S. posters all show the skeleton dangling the lifeless beauty from his noose. Mr. Soubie (in the true French spirit) shows the skeleton chasing the damsel. It's an exciting and evocative image, and a great counterpart to other posters on the title. Size is an impressive 47x63! Ideal for display! This is an original poster with no restoration. Has a couple small pieces of tape on back. Condition is C8/9 with no missing pieces or tears, only tiny splits near very edge of folds. Check the image! Colors are amazingly vivid. A better condition unrestored copy may not exist. Condition: VF+

      [Bookseller: DTA Collectibles]
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        The Circus of the Sun

      (New York: Journeyman Books, 1959). (New York: Journeyman Books. 1959). First. First edition. Cloth and photographically illustrated papercovered boards. Drawings and design by Emil Antonucci. Cover photograph by Charles Harbutt. Bookplate on the front pastedown, else fine without the unprinted glassine dustwrapper. One of 500 numbered copies Signed by both Lax and Antonucci. Lax's first and most famous book, a meditation on the Creation, was described in the New York Times as "perhaps the greatest English language poem of this century." A close friend of Thomas Merton's, their correspondence was published. Occasionally described as a hermit, Lax did little to advance his literary career. His sparing use of words qualifies him as one of the founders of literary minimalism. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        STARSHIP TROOPERS

      New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1959]. First edition. A fine copy, previous owners bookplate to front paste-down, neat previous owners name and date in ink to front free end paper in a fine price clipped dust jacket. (10002). Octavo, cloth. 1960 Hugo award winning novel, made into an interesting feature film. "Vintage Heinlein storytelling." - Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 3-206. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 3-90.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Carzou: L'Apocalypse

      Andre Sauret, Editeur, Paris 1959 - WARMLY INSCRIBED BY THE ARTIST CARZOU TO NEW YORK GRAPHIC SOCIETY FOUNDER AND PUBLISHER ANTON SCHUTZ on the half-title. A clean, well-preserved copy to boot of the 1959 1st trade edition. Near Fine in its original pictorial wrappers AND in a Near Fine example of the thick mylar dustjacket. 6 original color lithographs of Carzou complement the text. Tall quarto, 158 pgs., including 44 lavish plates in addition to the 6 original lithographs. Signed by Illustrator. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: APPLEDORE BOOKS, ABAA]
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        Goldfinger (First UK Edition)

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1959. First UK Edition, preceding all others. First issue, second state binding, in a first issue jacket. Basis for the 1964 film, the third, and perhaps still finest, of the Bond films. Very Good plus, with a spine lean, in a Very Good dust jacket. Jacket flaps have been slightly trimmed, with no text affected. Old adhesive stains to the flap edges (likely the reason they were trimmed), light edgewear. Gilbert A7a(1.2).

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        The Star Conquerors

      Winston, Philadelphia 1959 - Philadelphia, Winston, 1959. First Edition. First Impression. A tight copy of Ben Bova's first book. The most sought after of the Winston juveniles. Star Conquerors was the first in Bova's Watchmen series. A collectable title. Near fine with some light wear to the spine tips and corners. Price-clipped. Tips bumped a little. Slight toning to the block, but nothing more than usual. A nice book. Cover art / illustrations by Mel Hunter [5839, Hyraxia Books]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hyraxia Books. ABA, ILAB]
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        The Mansion

      Random House, New York 1959 - First Printing. Advance Review Slip laid in. A beautiful copy with just a touch of rubbing to the spine ends. Book is protected in a custom cut clear mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Cahill Rare Books]
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