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        Hiob in der Verzweiflung.

      Farblithographie "Illustrationen für die Bibel" 1960 - 35,5 x 26,3 cm Lithograph II; Mourlot 254 ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        For Your Eyes Only. Five Secret Occasions in the Life of James Bond.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1960 - Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine gilt, eye design to front board in white. With the illustrated dust jacket. Spine gently rolled, light foxing to top edge, an excellent bright copy in the lightly soiled jacket with white mark to front panel, slight creasing and foxing to verso. First edition, first impression. Rather than a full-length novel, For Your Eyes Only was Fleming's first collection of short stories. Apart from the titular story, the collection includes "From a View To a Kill", "Quantum of Solace", "Risico", and "The Hildebrand Rarity". Gilbert A8a (1.1). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        For Your Eyes Only (James Bond short stories) Includes 'Quantum of Solace'.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1960. First Impression, Binding A. Octavo, pp252. Publisher's black cloth-effect paper over boards in pictorial dust-wrapper. Appears unread. Almost fine, in a similar jacket, slightly age-toned to spine, with small area of rubbing to foot but entirely unfaded. A crisp, clean example in an elegant clamshell box. Uncommon in this condition. The first selection of James Bond short stories, which was followed by 'Octopussy', 'The Living Daylights', and 'The Property of a Lady'. This collection includes 'For Your Eyes Only', 'From A View to a Kill', 'Quantum of Solace', all of which, although heavily rewritten, were filmed as part of the 007 movie series. Also included are 'Risico' and 'The Hildebrand Rarity'. Gilbert A8a (1.1).

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        Moments Preserved

      1960. First Edition . Signed. PENN, Irving. Moments Preserved. New York: Simon and Schuster, (1960). Large quarto, original beige cloth, original dust jacket, original pictorial slipcase. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $6200.First edition of PennÂ’s first book, an especially scarce presentation/association copy warmly inscribed by him to the noted Swedish art critic and author who would become a longtime correspondent, ""For Ulf Hard af Segerstad, With all good wishes, Irving Penn, New York 1962."" Accompanying the book is Penn's autograph note, penned and signed by him on a card printed with his New York address: ""Oct. 1, 1962. Dr. Mr. Ulf Hard af Segerstad, I have just recently been looking at clippings of various reviews of my late book Moments Preserved [underlining in original]. My wife, who is Swedish, translated your review for me with great care. I don't wish to embarrass you, but I would like you to know that it was the only review written on either side of the Atlantic which understood my aim, and was generous enough to say that it had been in some measure achieved. With many thanks and good wishes, Sincerely yours, Irving Penn.""This very scarce presentation/association copy of Moments Preserved, Penn's groundbreaking first publication, is warmly inscribed by him to the noted Scandinavian art critic and author, Dr. Ulf Hard af Segerstad, who became a longtime friend and correspondent with the photographer, and would co-author a volume in tribute to Penn's wife, the renowned Swedish-born model, titled, Photographs: A Donation in Memory of Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn (1996). This memorable copy of Moments Preserved also includes a laid-in autograph note, penned and signed by Penn on the recto and verso of a card printed with his New York address. Dated October 1, 1962, Penn's signed autograph note likely signals the beginning of the friendship between the two men, with Penn clearly indicating his appreciation for Segerstad's review of Moments Preserved and affectionately mentioning his wife, Lise Fonssagrives-Penn, who translated Segerstad's review for Penn. Lise Fonssagrives-Penn, who married the photographer in 1950, remains heralded as ""one of the most elegant women ever to wear a dress. She was at the height of her career in 1949 when Time put her on its coverÂ… She was also the apple of Irving Penn's eye"" (Vogue). To Alexander Liberman of Conde Nast Publications, publisher of Vogue, ""the Penns represented 'an extraordinary relationship between a photographer and a model. She was the inspiration and subject of some of Penn's greatest photographs'"" (New York Times). This wonderful inscribed first edition highlights not only Penn's appreciation for Segerstad's review, but also signals an important connection between the photographer, his wife, and Segerstad. Penn, one of his era's most accomplished photographers and a major contributor to Vogue, has been lauded for his ""imagery of extreme elegance"" (Blodgett, 101). ""An overview of an astonishingly busy careerÂ… Moments Preserved gathers Penn's vast variety of enthusiasmsÂ… Penn reinvented the classic daylight studio portrait for a more casual time, undercutting its formality but heightening its potential as a revealing performance"" (Roth, 158). Segerstad's own publications include: Scandinavian Design, Modern Finnish Design, and Modern Scandinavian Furniture. With an introduction by Alexander Liberman. A fine inscribed copy and laid-in signed autograph note.

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        Lithographs of Marc Chagall

      1960. First Edition . (CHAGALL, Marc) CAIN, Julien and SORLIER, Charles. The Lithographs of Chagall. Monte Carlo, New York, Boston: André Sauret; George Braziller; Boston Book and Art Shop, 1960-86. Six volumes. Folio, original beige cloth, original dust jackets (themselves original lithographs), original acetates. $11,500.First editions in English of the six-volume catalogue raisonné of ChagallÂ’s lithographs, richly illustrated with 28 original lithographs (including the dust jackets).""Chagall's emblematic irrationality shook off all outside influences: color governed his compositions, calling up chimerical processions of memory where reality and the imaginary are woven into a single legend, born in Vitebsk and dreamed in Paris"" (Dictionary of Modern Art). For Chagall, the medium of lithography did not come easily. Printer Fernand Mourlot ran a lithography press where such greats as Braque, Matisse, Picasso, Miró and Chagall came to have their designs printed and to learn about this still nascent print-making process. ""For many long months Chagall came and worked tirelessly, and his dissatisfaction allowed him to have only a few of his first attempts printed"" (Sorlier, 45). Volumes I and II contain 24 of the original 28 lithographs published throughout the series; the dust jackets and frontispieces of Volumes III and IV account for the remaining four. (Volume V was published near the end of Chagall's life, and Volume VI was published posthumously.) All were issued separately over a period of 26 years and are very scarce as a complete set. All volumes published simultaneously in English and French. Volumes I and II also issued in a deluxe signed limited edition of only 100 and 150 copies. Gauss, 391. Freitag 1914. See Cramer, 43, 56, 77, 94. Cloth of Volume II mildly toned, occasional minor nick or rub to extremities of dust jackets and acetate. A beautiful set in about-fine condition.

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        Moments Preserved

      , 1960. 1960. First Edition . Signed. PENN, Irving. Moments Preserved. New York: Simon and Schuster, (1960). Large quarto, original beige cloth, original dust jacket, original pictorial slipcase. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $6200.First edition of Penn

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        Golf Is My Game

      1960. First Edition . Signed. JONES, Robert Tyre (Bobby). Golf Is My Game. Garden City: Doubleday, 1960. Octavo, original half black cloth, original dust jacket. $3500.First edition, early printing, of Bobby JonesÂ’ personal account of his career and views on golf, with numerous photographic illustrations and diagrams, in scarce original dust jacket. Inscribed by Jones to a fellow championship golfer, “For Sam Torrance with best wishes, Robert T. Jones, Jr.” Additionally inscribed by Torrance years later with a note about his reception of the book upon his induction into the Peachtree Golf Club.""Jones left an enduring legacy of athletic prowess and exemplary personal characteristics. No one is likely to break his records of 13 U.S. and British national championships, and four in one year (he won the U.S. Open a total of four times, the U.S. Amateur five times, the British Open three times, and the British Amateur one time)Â… The Masters seems to have a secure place in the pantheon of golf; and the name Bobby Jones will continue to represent the highest standards of amateurism, sportsmanship and self-mastery"" (ANB). In this book, Jones ""tells of 14 years of exciting championship competition— and golf today compared with what it was."" Illustrated with numerous black-and-white photographs, diagrams and course drawings. Early printing, without ""First Edition"" on copyright page. See Donovan & Murdoch 22590. Inscribed by Jones to Sam Torrance, celebrated Scottish golfer who won 21 European Tour victories, among other accomplishments, and who has been honored by the crown for his contributions to the sport. The person who presented this book to Torrance inscribed the front pastedown, ""Sam—I do hope you enjoy 'The Jones Story.' Bill LT."" In an inscription dated ""Christmas 2006,"" Torrance wrote to the book's new recipient, ""Enjoy. This book given to me in 1963 at the time I was inducted into Peachtree Golf Club in Atlanta, GA. Sam."" Letter to the Peachtree Golf Club laid in.Mild dampstaining to text block. Light rubbing to spine ends, minor scratch to front board. Scarce original dust jacket price-clipped, lightly soiled and rubbed, with short closed tear to rear panel. A very good inscribed copy with significant golfing provenance.

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        Sport Magazine Library

      1960. First Edition . Signed. FITZGERALD, Ed, et al. [15 Volumes of Sport Magazine Library.]. [New York]: Bartholomew House, (1960-62). WITH: AASENG, Nate. Baseball: You are the Manager. (New York): Laurel-Leaf Books, (1985). Together, 16 volumes. 12mo, original photographic stiff paper wrappers. $1750.First editions of 15 vintage paperback biographies from the “Sport Magazine Library” of iconic athletes, with volumes signed, usually across the color photographic front wrapper, by Johnny Unitas, Stan Musial, Mickey Mantle, Floyd Patterson, Warren Spahn, Paul Hornung and Johnny Lattner.These biographies of popular sports stars supplemented Sport Magazine, ""one of the most important sporting publications"" (Lomazow 1180). Several volumes have been signed by their subjects, usually on the front wrapper: Johnny Unitas (No. 1, with the added inscription ""Best Wishes""), Stan Musial (No. 2), Mickey Mantle (No. 5), Floyd Patterson (No. 7), Warren Spahn (No. 9), Paul Hornung (No. 13; also title page, No. 14) and Johnny Lattner (title page, No. 14). It Takes Heart in first Sport Magazine Library edition; first published in hardcover, 1959. Two volumes, Heroes of Sport and Best from Sport, reprint articles and essays first published in Sport. This collection without Football's Greatest Quarterbacks (No. 10) and Bowling Secrets from the Stars (No. 15). It includes a second printing of Nate Aaseng's Baseball: You are the Manager, which invites readers to test their understanding of statistics in famous major league games. Grobani 8-190. Inkstamp and pen mark to rear wrapper of Warren Spahn.Interiors generally quite clean. Most wrappers bright and unrubbed; tiny worming to rear wrapper of Warren Spahn; creasing with minor loss to wrappers of Roger Maris and Bob Cousy. All athlete signatures bold and easily legible. An excellent collection of vintage sport biographies, in near-fine condition. Scarce and desirable signed.

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        Autograph manuscript

      , 1960. 1960. Signed. CASTRO, Fidel. Autograph manuscript. No place, circa 1960. Single original leaf, measuring 6 by 8-3/4 inches, in manuscript on recto and verso. $25,000.Rare two-page autograph manuscript, circa 1960, written entirely in the hand of Castro soon after the Bay of Pigs, possibly containing his notes for a speech at the United Nations, expressing

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        Kennedy Presidential Campaign, 1960

      Chicago: Thomas Knudtson, 1960. Several spirals missing to binding at rear; black front end paper detached; some photographs lightly rubbed; a very good copy in spiral-bound black boards.. Limited Edition. Spiral-bound quarto. Handwritten colophon at rear. One of 2 copies printed. The other was given to Mayor Daley of Chicago. Stiff black paper boards. SIGNED by Knudtson. Eighteen 10 x 8 inch gelatin silver photographs mounted back to back. Featuring Mayor Daley's Torchlight Parade, with exceptional images and montages of Kennedy supporters. One shot each of Robert and Jack Kennedy. Certain pictures have the feel of Japanese protest photography. An exceptional historical and artistic document of American politics. Knudston studied under Harry Callahan at the Art Institute of Chicago, and served as a senior Artist-in-Residence for a program sponsored by the Chicago council of Fine Arts in the 1970s.

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        Midsummer Night's Dream

      1960. First Edition . Signed. BRITTEN, Benjamin. A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Opera in Three Acts. Op. 64. Libretto adapted from William Shakespeare by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears. Vocal Score by Imogen Holst and Martin Penny. London: Boosey & Hawkes, (1960). Quarto, original paper wrappers. $3800.First edition of the piano-vocal score, inscribed by Britten on the title page to Meredith Davies, who conducted the North American premiere of the opera in 1961: “For Meredith with every good wish from Benjamin Britten. Aldeburgh 1960.”Realizing that he did not have enough time to commission a libretto for a new opera to be performed at the opening of Jubilee Hall in Aldeburgh, Britten turned with his friend and confidante Peter Pears to Shakespeare, discarding half the text of Dream and distributing some of the rest among other parts; the opera was completed in under seven months, and first performed at Aldeburgh in 1960 with Pears as Flute and Britten conducting. “Shakespeare has suffered some terrible operatic settings, and yet he has also inspired four or five of the greatest operas ever written, Arguably, one of these is Britten’s adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream"" (Boyden, 594). “A magnificently rich operatic score” (New Grove 3:294). Meredith Davies, one of the great British conductors of the 20th century, worked closely with Britten over the course of two decades. In addition to presenting the North American premiere of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, he also conducted its 1961 performance at the Aldeburgh festival and was chosen to conduct (along with Britten himself) at the historic first performance of Britten’s War Requiem at Coventry Cathedral in 1962. Text in German and English. Signed by Davies in pencil on the front cover, occasional pencil notations throughout.Interior fine, light wear and soiling to original wraps. A near-fine inscribed copy with a fine association.

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        Lithographs of Marc Chagall

      , 1960. 1960. First Edition . Signed. (CHAGALL, Marc) CAIN, Julien and SORLIER, Charles. The Lithographs of Chagall. Monte Carlo, New York, Boston: André Sauret; George Braziller; Boston Book and Art Shop, 1960-86. Six volumes. Folio (10 by 13 inches), original beige cloth, original dust jackets each with original lithograph, original acetates. $17,000.Mixed first French, German and English editions of all six volumes in the catalogue raisonné of Chagall

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        Anton Heyboer. Geh durch den Spiegel Folge 22.

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        Die Jünge Parze

      First edition of the german translation by Paul Celan, printed on vergé.Autograph inscription, signed and dated, by Paul Celan to the surrealiust painter Edgar Jené and his wife : "Für Erica und Edgar Jené herzlich, Paul Celan. Paris, am 30. Oktober 1960".Slight foxings, not serious, on one cover of the slipcase.A good copy. Insel verlag Wiesbaden 1960 21,5x33,5cm broché sous étui

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        Portrait photograph signed and dedicated.

      Copenhagen, 1960. - 192:254 mm. Dedicated to the German architect and art professor Edgar Horstmann: "Pour Horstmann en bon souvenir et merci | Marc Chagall | 1960 | Kopenhagen". - From the studio of Albert Winkler, Bern.

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        Autograph manuscript

      1960. Signed. CASTRO, Fidel. Autograph manuscript. No place, circa 1960. Single original leaf, measuring 6 by 8-3/4 inches, in manuscript on recto and verso. $25,000.Rare two-page autograph manuscript, circa 1960, written entirely in the hand of Castro soon after the Bay of Pigs, possibly containing his notes for a speech at the United Nations, expressing—often passionately—his reaction to what he describes, in part, as ""our solid activity and the victorious and uncontrollable development of our revolution"" against ""expatriates and gringos,"" two pages in Spanish on a single original leaf.This rare two-page manuscript, entirely in the hand of Fidel Castro, contains text in Spanish on the recto and verso of a single leaf, with cross-outs and marginal notations. Possibly containing his notes for a speech at the United Nations, the text reads: ""Hiram of Lubrijón [unclear] [translated into English] The Revolutionary Government is very aware of the desperate efforts that is [unclear] the efforts that reflect in the last days [lined out] the open [lined out] activity that the imperialism has been realizing during the last weeks in order to promote at all cost [unclear] revolutionaries, terrorism acts, murder attempts and all type of fights that have a tendency to interfere with the revolutionary process [unclear]. That activity has been doubled after [lined out] reports have been expressed to the ONU to the Prime Minister of the Government. It seems like they are worried within the Justice department of the United States Government, every time the anger and desperation increases, because of our solid activity and the victorious and uncontrollable development of our revolution that translates each time in a less dissimulated support of anti-revolutionaries, the war criminals and the worse [lined out, partly unclear] traitors, mercenaries of all type that [unclear] of service. Disembark between Moa and Baracoa [unclear] group of expatriates and gringos coming from [lined out] They left the United States. They are 27 in total Leader dead. One hurt and another prisoner [unclear, lined out] quickly attacked combated [lined out] by the army forces and militia's farmers. [Next all lined out] The Ministry of the Arm Forces communicates the following: In the day of yesterday [unclear] communicates the headquarters of [unclear] Militia of the West.""In March of 1960, a French freighter unloading munitions from Belgium exploded in Havana taking 75 lives and injuring 200, some of whom subsequently died. The U.S. denied Cuba's accusation of sabotage but admitted that it had sought to prevent the shipment. And so it went, reaching a high point in April of the following year in the infamous CIA-organized invasion of Cuba at the Bay of Pigs. Over 100 exiles died in the attack. Close to 1,200 others were taken prisoner by the Cubans. It was later revealed that four American pilots flying for the CIA had lost their lives as well. The Bay of Pigs assault had relied heavily on the Cuban people rising up to join the invaders, but this was not to be the case. As it was, the leadership and ranks of the exile forces were riddled with former supporters and henchmen of Fulgencio Battista, the dictator overthrown by Castro, and would not have been welcomed back by the Cuban people under any circumstances.Despite the fact that the Kennedy administration was acutely embarrassed by the unmitigated defeat—indeed, because of it—a campaign of smaller-scale attacks upon Cuba was initiated almost immediately, under the rubric of Operation Mongoose. Throughout the 1960's, the Caribbean island was subjected to countless sea and air commando raids by exiles, at times accompanied by their CIA supervisors, inflicting damage upon oil refineries, chemical plants and railroad bridges, cane fields, sugar mills and sugar warehouses, infiltrating spies, saboteurs, and assassins, anything to damage the Cuban economy, promote disaffection, or make the revolution look bad. Taking the lives of Cuban militia members and others in the process, pirate attacks on Cuban fishing boats and merchant ships, bombardments of Soviet vessels docked in Cuba, an assault upon a Soviet army camp with 12 Russian soldiers reported wounded, a hotel and a theater shelled from offshore because Russians and East Europeans were supposed to be present there. These actions were not always carried out on the order of the CIA or with its foreknowledge, but the Agency could hardly plead ""rogue elephant."" It had created Operating Mongoose headquarters in Miami. Only folding crease, faint scattered foxing, and minor edge-wear. Near-fine condition.

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        To Kill a Mockingbird

      1960. Signed. LEE, Harper. To Kill a Mockingbird. Philadelphia and New York: J.B. Lippincott, (1960). Octavo, original half green cloth, brown paper boards, original dust jacket. Housed in custom half morocco clamshell box. $8800.First edition, fourth printing, of Lee’s cherished masterpiece—“the Huckleberry Finn of the 20th century”—warmly inscribed by the author in the year of publication, signing as Nelle Harper Lee, a form of her signature she used only for close friends and family: “To Marion —— —— with my best wishes, Nelle Harper Lee, September 12, 1960.”Lee's indelible depiction of life in a small Alabama town during the Jim Crow era immediately became a bestseller, quickly established itself on required reading lists in classrooms across the country, and was honored with the 1961 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. It was ""the Huckleberry Finn of the 20th century,"" declared biographer Charles Shields: ""It holds up an ideal of tolerance and compassion that was laudable and very teachable."" Novelist Scott Turow reflected on the book's significance after Lee's death in 2016: ""To Kill a Mockingbird is one of those works of popular literature that was like a divining rod pointing to then-subterranean forces of change… It is also a beautiful book, with a charming voice, perfect characterization and a knowledge that permeates every syllable… Ms. Lee remains an enigmatic figure, but her one real novel will be an intimate part of our lives for a long, long time to come"" (New York Times). Stated fourth printing, in stated fourth printing dust jacket with contemporary blurbs on rear panel. New York Public Library's Books of the Century, 201. Occasional light foxing. Small ink mark to dedication page. Text block slightly cocked. Spine lightly soiled, extremities slightly rubbed. Expert restoration to original dust jacket. A desirable early printing of the first edition, scarce with contemporary inscription.

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        Clea. Roman. Traduit de l'anglais par Roger Giroux

      

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      Gouache auf Japanpapier er Jahre 1960 - 47,5 x 59 cm ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erh

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        Fortsetzung und Ergänzungen zu Christian Gottlieb Jöchers allgemeinem Gelehrten-Lexicon, worin die Schriftsteller aller Stände nach ihren vornehmsten Lebensumständen und Schriften beschrieben werden. 7 volumes.

      Hildesheim, Olms, 1960-1961 (Reprint 1784-1897). (XVIII) 2496, (IV) 2364, (LXXXII) 2206, (CLXXX) 2200, (X) 2200, (VI) (CLXXXI-(CCCXVI) 2200, (VIII) 724 pp. Cloth. *library sticker on spine and end paper, volume 4 binding a bit loosened, library stamp backside title page, otherwise good condition*.Volume 1: A und B, Volume 2: C bis J, Volume 3: K- Lubien. Angefangen von Johann Christoph Adelung und vom Buchstaben K fortgesetzt von Heinrich Wilhelm Rotermund, Volume 4: Lub-Mou, Volume 5: Mor-Pfeif, Volume 6: Pfeif-Rino, Volume 7: Rins-Rom. Mit einem Anhang enthaltend die für die 2. Ausgabe des 3. Bandes (K) bestimmten Verbesserungen und Zusätze aus dem Handexemplar des Verfassers. Im Auftrage der Deutschen Gesellschaft in Leipzig herausgegeben von Otto Gunther. Nachräge zum alphabetischen Verzeichnis. Nachträge Kab-Krü. Nice set

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        Casanova's Chinese Restaurant

      William Heinemann, Ltd, London, 1960 First edition, first impression.Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt on a black ground. With the dust jacket.An excellent copy in the little sunned and somewhat marked dust jacket. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "For Henry & Pansy with love from Tony June, 1960". The recipients were Powell's brother and sister-in-law, Henry and Pansy Lamb. Inscribed copies of volumes in Powell's twelve volume roman-a-fleurve with meaningful associations are not common and this particular one is as intimate an example as we have handled. The fifth title in the sequence A Dance to the Music of Time.[37]

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        To Kill a Mockingbird

      J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia & New York 1960 - "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee. First edition, second printing with "SECOND IMPRESSION" stated on the copyright page. Published by J. B. Lippincott Company, New York, 1960. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Novel in 1961. The book measures 5.5" x 8.25", 296 pages. A brand new facsimile (reproduction) dust jacket is included for protection and display. The book is in very good plus condition. The boards are well preserved with firm edges. Minor sunning and soiling to the spine. Light foxing to the fore-edges and endsheets. The textblock is clean, bright, unmarked, and complete. The binding is sound. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory #(H2-3) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Truman Capote refutes statements published in an article in “McCall’s” about Marlene Dietrich’s presence at rehearsals of his and Harold Arlen’s 1954 musical, “House of Flowers.”

      Costa Brava, Spain, June 8, 1960. 7" x 10". "Autograph Letter Signed “Truman Capote,” 1p, 7” x 10”. Costa Brava, Spain, June 8, 1960. To Mr. Martinson. On his personal “Truman Capote” stationery. Four file holes in upper blank margin. Fine condition.In full, “As regards your letter of May 19th – I have not read the article in ‘McCall’s’; but I can most definitely say not only was Miss Dietrich an invited visitor to the ‘House of Flowers’ rehearsals, but a very welcome and helpful one; and, far from causing any dissension among the company, she was very much liked by everyone, at least to my knowledge. Her presence was muchly appreciated.”The article to which Capote refers, “The Dietrich Legend” by Bill Davidson, appeared in the March 1960 issue of “McCall’s” magazine. In the letter here offered, Capote refutes Davidson’s statements concerning “House of Flowers” which ran for 165 performances on Broadway, December 30, 1954 to May 21, 1955. Capote wrote the book, Harold Arlen wrote the music, and both collaborated on the lyrics. Stars included Pearl Bailey, Alvin Ailey, Juanita Hall, Geoffrey Holder, and Diahann Carroll in her Broadway debut.Steven Bach wrote in “Marlene Dietrich: Life and Legend” (New York: William Morrow 7 Co., 1992) that Dietrich “served as den mother and charlady for the cast of [Harold] Arlen and Truman Capote’s musical ‘House of Flowers’ when it was in trouble out of town, advising Pearl Bailey on stage jewelry (big rhinestones, not small diamonds)…”"

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        Dessins pour la Bible. [Mit 24 farbigen Original-Lithografien].

      Paris, Edition de la Verve, 1960. 4

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        COMPLETE RABBIT SERIES (ALL FIRST EDITIONS, ONE SIGNED): Rabbit, Run; Rabbit Redux, Rabbit is Rich, Rabbit at Rest, AND, Licks of Love

      Alfred A. Knopf - Rabbit, Run: FIRST EDITION (1960) Publishers cloth over boards, minor shelf wear, some spoiling at spine caps, boards with some rubbing, back edge with couple nicks, else excellent copy. Unclipped DJ with minor shelf wear to edges, more at caps, few tiny nicks and small clean tears at edges, small loss at bottom of back cover, and small strip of clear tape at bottom spine, inside front panel with flat crease. Excellent shape and very presentable in protective mylar.VG/VG Rabbit Redux: FIRST EDITION (1971) NF copy in NF unclipped DJ. In protective mylar. Rabbit is Rich: FIRST EDITION (1981) Bumping to spine. DJ is price clipped and has shelf wear but both are VG condition. In protective mylar. Rabbit at Rest: FIRST EDITION (1990). SIGNED NF copy in NF DJ. In protective mylar. Licks of Love: FIRST EDITION(2000) NF copy in VG DJ. DJ has 1.5in sticker marks on front. In protective mylar. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Dessins pour la Bible. [Mit 24 farbigen Original-Lithografien].

      Paris, Edition de la Verve 1960 - 4

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        Selection. No. 1, Spring 1960

      (Chico State University), (Chico) 1960 - The first issue of the Chico State literary magazine, of which Carver was a founding editor. The biographical introduction to the included William Carlos Williams poem, "The Gossips," is, as far as we can tell, the first piece of writing Carver published other than a 1958 letter to the editor of the Chico State student newspaper. The introduction gives a brief summary of Williams' life, a capsule summary and analysis of his poetry, and a brief, partial listing of the honors and awards he had won. Carver's first work of fiction, "Furious Seasons," was published in a later issue of Selection that same year. A very uncommon, early appearance in print by Carver. This copy bears the ownership name and address of Raymond Carver's brother, James. This is the only copy we have ever seen. Near fine in stapled wrappers. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Japanese Poetry In English Numbers 1, 2, 4 and The Kyoto Seika English Papers No. 5

      Tokyo: Japanese Poetry In English, 1960-1975. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sold here together are four of the five issues published of Yuzuru Katagiri's Japanese Poetry In English (The final issue was renamed The Kyoto Seika English Papers). All texts in English. Issue number 1 from July 1960; Issue No. 2 from May 1961, Issue No. 4 from August 1965 and Issue No. 5 from Spring 1975. The final issue was co-edited by Osamu Ono. All issues in very good clean condition. Issue No. 4 has some faint creases. Supremely uncommon.

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        Sette novelle montalesi. Raccolte da Gherardo Nerucci

      Cento amici del libro, 1960. edizione in 116 esemplari adorna di 15 acqueforti di Dario Cecchi

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        Verona e il suo territorio

      Istituto per gli Studi Storici Veronesi, 1960. Opera in 4 volumi (volume I, volume II, volume III tomo I, volume III tomo II). Rilegati in tessuto, con sopraccoperta di cartoncino. Cofanetti (per II e III volume - entrambi i tomi, mancante per il I) di cartoncino grezzo. Stato dell'opera: molto buono (vedi foto).

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        Lettre tapuscrite à Sartre

      1960. Typescript letter of 3 pages (plus a second corrected version of the front page) and corrected in red pen on a transformation project of a magazine and a "Declaration".attached two pages of a plan entitled: "The world in question (course in the world)," which is perhaps related to the review cited by Blanchot in his letter.2 décembre 1960 26,7x20,9cm 5 feuillets in-4

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        Paddington Helps Out - SIGNED by the author

      Collins, 1960 A first edition, first printing published by Collins in 1960. A very good+ book with some off-setting to the endpapers and some spotting to the prelims. In a lovely near fine unclipped wrapper (showing 8s 6d net as called for). Some spotting to the rear panel, with a small nick to the foot of the spine. Some minor rubbing to the corners. SIGNED to the half-title page without dedication by the author. Rare third Paddington adventure and very rare signed and in such a lovely dust wrapper.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        Lupercal - SIGNED by the Author and the property of Fleur Adcock

      Faber, 1960 A first Edition, first printing published by Faber in 1960. One of 2250 copies. SIGNED by the author to the title page. A fine copy in a very good+ dust wrapper. One very short closed tear to top edge, 2cms closed tear to lower hinge slightly browned to margins. Not price clipped. Provenance : Comes with a manuscript letter from poet Fleur Adcock to the previous owner referencing a photocopy of one of her own poems annotated "from a parcel of poems for Ted Hughes on his 65th birthday" by Adcock. Her note states that this "seems to constitute evidence for the Ted Hughes visit when your book was signed". Fleur Adcock received the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry, as did Ted Hughes.[removed][removed]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        THE AFRICAN QUEEN -- UNIQUE ORIGINAL ARTWORK BY JAMES AVATI FOR THE 1960 BANTAM PAPERBACK, THE AFRICAN QUEEN, BY C S FORESTER

      1960. [Avati, James] [Forester, C. S.] UNIQUE ORIGINAL ARTWORK BY JAMES AVATI FOR THE 1960 BANTAM PAPERBACK, THE AFRICAN QUEEN, BY C. S. FORESTER. One of the few extant Avati paintings illustrating major works by major 20th century authors still available to commerce. 14 x 12 inches, executed in oil on board-mounted canvas, colors still bright and vivid, in strikingly fresh condition. Museum quality framed-and-matted to a dimension of 16 x 14 inches. Avati's original painting for the first paperback version of Salinger's CATCHER IN THE RYE (1953) recently sold for $21,510.00 at auction (October, 2010). His original painting for the first paperback version (1952) of Christopher Isherwood's GOODBYE TO BERLIN (auctioned July 2009) fetched $26,290.00. James Avati (1912-2005) was often called "The Rembrandt" of 1940s and 1950s paperback illustration. He popularized authors such as William Faulkner for the average reader with alluring cover art which sported extraordinary emotional impact. His brilliance in capturing human feeling: tension or pain, suggestiveness or lust, avarice or suspicion, compassion or devotion was unrivaled during the golden age of paperback illustration. He created a visual narrative that brought characters' tragedies and yearnings to life with a tough-minded gritty realism without any compromising sentimentality. In the primary reference book "The Paperback Art Of James Avati" (Piet Schreuders & Kenneth Fulton, 2005), this painting is illustrated on p. 160. The distinction of this painting may be obvious to those familiar with Avati's work: the lush jungle green landscape which surrounds the central figures is an unusually dynamic departure for Avati and his decision to interpret the novel's most iconic image, Charlie and Rose pulling the celebrated "African Queen" through the twisted, overwhelming jungle vines of the Ulanga River in German East Africa in an attempt to outfox the World War One German Imperial Forces, has produced something very special. John Huston's film version starring Humphrey Bogart (in his only Oscar-winning role) and Katharine Hepburn is one of the American Film Institute's 100 best films ever made. The novel itself is today, along with the Horatio Hornblower series, the best known and best loved of C. S. Forester's (1899-1966) lifetime achievement of more than fifty works of fiction. James Avati produced this painting for Bantam Books #A2111 in August of 1960. . Signed. Unbound. Near Fine. Illus. by James Avati.

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        Senza titolo

      , , 1960. Ottimo (Fine). Tempera, matita, carboncino e gessetti su carta. Il disegno è pubblicato su ''Alik Cavaliere. I luoghi circostanti'', catalogo della mostra a cura di Guido Ballo a Palazzo Reale, Milano 21 Maggio - 5 Luglio 1992 (Milano, Silvana Editoriale, pag. 35). cm 50x35. Ottimo (Fine). .

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        Autogrammbuch aus Israel mit Original-Signaturen/Autogrammen aus Militär und Politik.

      1960 (1960er Jahre) 1960 - Autogrammbuch eines Mädchens namens Ruth aus den 1960er Jahren. Unter den Autogrammen finden sich zahlreiche Knesset-Mitglieder, Generäle, Minister: Golda Meir, Moshe Dayan, Ariel Sharon, Shimon Peres (als Vize-Verteidigungsminister) S. Yizhar (Yizhar Smilanski, wichtiger israelischer Autor), Levi Eshkol und viele andere. Zu einigen Autogrammen wurden Zeitungsfotos geklebt. Das letzte Autogramm hat Ruth's Sohn Boaz von Ariel Sharon 1987 erbeten. Weitere Fotos auf Anfrage jederzeit erhältlich Enthält folgende Autogramme: 1. Kadish Lutz (Parlamentspräsident) 2. Dov Josef 3. Pinchas Rozen 4. Levi Eshkol (Premierminister) 5. Meir Argov (Parlamentsmitglied) 6. Israel Kargman (Parlamentsmitglied) 7. Amos Dgani (Parlamentsmitglied) 8. Moshe Sardines (Parlamentsmitglied) 9. Moshe Baram (Parlamentsmitglied) 10. Dr. B. Avniel 11. Yosef Shofman 12. Sh. Z. Abramov 13. Diav Oved 14. Mordechai Noruck 15. Zalman Aran 16. Izchak H. Klinghofer 17. Ester Raziel Naor 18. Moshe Sne 19. B. Uziel 20. Yizhar Harari 21. Yosef Chamis 22. I. Sh. BenMeir 23. Dvora Nezter 24. Tufik Tubi 25. B. Arditi 26. A Drori 27. Baruch Osnia 28. Akiva Govrin 29. Ya'akov Riftin 30. Y. Sapir 31. Benno Cohen 32. Rachel Tzabari 33. Israel Galili 34. Yizhak Golan 35. Mordechai Ben-Tov 36. Dr. Chanan Rubin 37. Yehuda Sheari 38. Nachum Levin 39. Nachum Nir-rafalkes 40. A. Herzfeld 41. Dr. Yochnan Bader 42. Yaakov Michael Hazani 43. Rachel Cohen-Kagan 44. Idov Cohen 45. I. Chazan 46. p. Zuaretz 47. Aharon Beker 48. Ami Asaf 49. Yzchak Meir Levin 50. Menachem Cohen (Parlamentsmitglied) 51. Tova Sanhedrahi 52. Yizhar Samelinski (S. Yizhar, bedeutender Autor) 53. Kelmn Kahana 54. Shimon Perez (Parlamentsmitglied und Vize-Verteidigungsminister) 55. Menachem Porush 56. Israel Barzilay 57. Sh. Mikunis 5l8. Emma Talmi 59. Eliyahu Meridor 60. Dr. Yosef Burg 61. Golda Meir (Aussenministerin) 62. Aryeh Altman 63. Israel Guri 64. Yizchak Koren 65. Chana Lamdan 66. Moshe Dayan 67. Gid'on Ben Is. Hebräisch 400g

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Arzt - Der Buecherdoktor]
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        Die Jünge Parze

      First edition of the german translation by Paul Celan, printed on vergé.Autograph inscription, signed and dated, by Paul Celan to the surrealiust painter Edgar Jené and his wife : "Für Erica und Edgar Jené herzlich, Paul Celan. Paris, am 30. Oktober 1960".Slight foxings, not serious, on one cover of the slipcase.A good copy. Insel verlag Wiesbaden 1960 21,5x33,5cm broché sous étui

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        The Abominations of Yondo

      Sauk City: Arkham House. Sauk City, Arkham House, 1960. First Edition. First Impression. A very presentable copy. Inscribed by the author. Some rubbing to the spine tips and folds. Near fine. Inscription reads: "For Harris L. Millmore [?] / sincere best wishes and / compliments of / Clark Ashton Smith / June 23rd 1960." Highly sought where signed. [5775, Hyraxia Books]. . Near Fine. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1960.

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        The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.

      Clairvaux, Jura, France: The Trianon Press for The William Blake Trust, 1960 - Folio. Original green full morocco, titles gilt to spine, top edge gilt. With the original marbled slipcase. Small trivial mark to spine, otherwise fine. Colour illuminated pages reproduced by collotype and stencil. First edition thus, copy XX of 20 deluxe copies with an original guide sheet and stencil, and a set of hand-coloured plates showing progressive stages, as well as colour collotype proofs, from a total edition of 526 copies on Arches pure rag paper made to match that used by Blake, with each page watermarked with Blake's monogram. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, Blake's boldest and most directly philosophical work, was described by S. Foster Damon as "Blake's Principia, in which he announced a new concept of the universe" (Blake Dictionary). The original stencil, guide sheet, and plate suite included at the rear of this deluxe copy is the final plate for Blake's "Memorable Fancy", in which, Blake having boldly confounded a judging Angel by imposing his own counter fantasy upon it, the Angel complains "Thy phantasy has imposed upon me & thou oughtest to be ashamed." To which Blake answers, "We impose on one another, & it is but lost time to converse with you whose works are only Analytics." [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Moments Preserved: Eight Essays in Photographs and Words by Irving Penn

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1960. Hardcover. SIGNED. First edition. Fine cloth-bound hardcover with light signs of handling in a Fine dust jacket with light tanning to the spine, one tiny tear at one edge and one at the crown, and one tiny hole to one of spine folds in a Near Fine slipcase with light wear at one corner and small tears at a couple of joints. A very nice copy. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Penn's first book, printed in gravure, and divided into eight chapters: The Flavor of France, Picasso's Barcelona, Italian Gallery, Moroccan Visit, Faces of England, Christmas in Cuzco, New York Scrapbook, and The Small Trades. Photographs by Irving Penn; introduction by Alexander Liberman; text by Penn and Rosemary Blackmon. SIGNED BY PENN on the half-title page and inscribed. 183 pages; ca. 300 gravure-printed b&w and color illustrations; 10 x 13 inches. Index. Ref: Roth, Book of 101 Books, p.158-159; Hasselblad Center, Open Book p.186-187; Sinibaldi & Couturier, Regards sur un siecle de photographie a travers Le Livre, p.123; Auer, 802 Photo Books, p.401. Due to size and weight, international and expedited shipping will be more than quoted.

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        Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Klassische Altertumswissenschaft. Herausgegeben von Erich Burck, Carl Joachim Classen, Walter Schmidthenner, Ernst Vogt, Karl Zanker. Schriftleitung: Ernst Vogt u. Heinz-Werner Nörenberg vorher teils andere Herausgeber. Band 32 - 1960 bis Band 60 - 1988 (komplett) in 29 Bänden (jeweils mitgebundenen die \"Bibliographische Beilage\").

      CH Beck\'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung. München 1960 bis 1988. 29. Bände. Zusammen ca. 25000 Seiten! Schöne, einheitlich gebundenen, Halbleinwand-Einbände mit Rückentiteln in guter Erhaltung. 25x16x5,5 cmVersand D: 3,00 EUR Altertum, Antike, Wissenschaften, Wissenschaftsgeschichte, alte, Literatur, Sprache, Sprachen, Geschichte, Klassik, Kirchengeschichte, literature, antique, Philosophie, Zeitschriften, Periodicals, Paläographie, Papyruskunde, Numismatik, Sprachwissenschaften, Griechisch, Griechenland, Mittelgriechisch, Mittellatein, Latein, Lateinisch, Recht, Rechtsgeschiche, Vorgeschichte, Sechzig, neunundzwanzig, Altertumswissenschaften, Klassik, Griechenland, Rom, Römer, Zeitschrift, Zeitschriften, Periodicals,

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        Chagall Lithographe. Avant-Propos de Marc Chagall. Notices de Fernand Mourlot. [Werkverzeichnis / catalogue raisonne].

      Monte Carlo, Andre Sauret 1960 - 4°. 32,5 cm. 220 Seiten. Original-Leinenband mit Original-Schutzumschlag und Original-Klarsichtumschlag. (= Chagall Lithographe. Band I). 1. Auflage. Französischsprachige Ausgabe. Der Druck der Lithografien erfolgte bei Mourlot Freres. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und 12 farbigen Original-Lithografien (inkl. Schutzumschlag). Beide Umschläge mit hinterlegtem Einriss, geringe Randläsuren. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. First edition. French language edition. With many illustrations and 12 original-lithographs in color by Marc Chagall (included dust jacket). Original cloth binding with dust jackets. Both dust jackets with taped tears. Nearly fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LA PELL DE BRAU, SALVADOR ESPRIU, ELS LLIBRES DE LA LLETRA D'OR 1960

      Els llibres de la lletra d'or 1960 - Barcelona. Impres i relligat per F-T. Verrie, S. A. D. A. G. 1960. 15X12. pell, relleu i daurats. 90p. Rar exemplar de tirada limitada i valorat, escas. Ref 3.8 Biblioteca PJG. Language: eng [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Gesang zwischen den Stühlen.

      Berlin, Cecilie Dressler Verlag, ohne Jahresangabe (um 1960).. Einmalige Auflage von vierhundert numerierten Exemplaren. 124 Seiten (2) Blatt Verlagswerbung 8°, gebundene Ausgabe, hellblaer Original Seidenbatist-Einband mit Vignette auf dem Buchdeckel und schwarz geprägtem Titel auf dem Buchrücken im Originalschuber. mit Schutzumschlag, ungelesen und wie neu, eines von vierhundert numerierten Exemplaren für die Freunde des Verlages, hier die Nummer 208 vom Autor persönlich signiert. Lizensausgabe des Atrium Verlages in Zürich. Umschlagszeichnung Hrost Lemcke. Textillustrationen Erich Ohser. Liebe, Großstadt, Politik sind die Themen der Gedichte in diesem verblüffend aktuellen Buch, das erstmals 1932 erschien und von der zeitgenössischen Kritik als bis dato bester Lyrikband Erich Kästners gefeiert wurde: \"Kästner hat scharfe Augen, man staunt, was er alles sieht, er sieht die Lüge, die Attrappe, die Kulisse, die Imitation, die die Gegenwart beherrschen. Uns lehrt er sie sehen.\" Versand D: 5,00 EUR signiert, signed, Erich Kästner, signierte Vorzugsausgaben

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        WELCOME TO HARD TIMES

      New York: Simon & Schuster, 1960. First Edition. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Fine/Fine. Octavo. First Printing. Author's first book SIGNED AND INSCRIBED to a close acquaintance whom he thought highly of signing his name "Ed" rather than the usual "E.L." . "To..../with admiration/Ed Doctorow/ Dec. 1965", 180pp. Bound in 1/4 white cloth over orange paper covered boards lettered in black, top edge red. Quite possibly one of the finest copies to be offered in several years. While the pages do have the usual noted age-toning, the book itself is pristine, in unclipped, pristine dust jacket. Basis for the 1967 western starring Henry Fonda, Warren Oates and Kennan Wynn; a classic tale of meanness in the old West.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.]
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