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        Niños - George Friedman - Vintage Print

      1960 - Friedman emigró a Francia en 1927, donde trabajó durante 12 años como cameraman e iluminador con directores como Alexander Korda y Julien Duvivier. En los Estados Unidos, realizó cortometrajes para la MGM y colaboró como reportero gráfico para la revista Paris Match. Y en 1939 se radicó en la Argentina y trabajó en Editorial Atlántida y como reportero de Time y Life. En 1947 se incorporó a la Editorial Abril y, a fines de los años 50, participó en la fundación de "La carpeta de los Diez". Junto con Annemarie Heinrich, Anatole Saderman y Juan Di Sandro, entre otros, formó parte de esta agrupación clave en el desarrollo de la fotografía en la Argentina. Gelatina de plata sobre papel. Medidas 40.5 x 30 cm. Con sello en el reverso. Se adjunta con certficado de autenticidad.

      [Bookseller: castlebooksbcn]
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        Golf Is My Game

      New York: Doubleday & Company, 1960. First edition of this classic golfing technique manual. Octavo, original half cloth, illustrated. Signed by the author in full on the half-title page, "Robert T. Jones." Near fine in a excellent near fine price-clipped dust jacket with light wear to the extremities. Jacket design by Ben Feder. "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) 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).

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        The Necessary Angel: Essays on Reality and the Imagination.

      Faber and Faber 1960 - Good condition Ex Library copy. Clear pages with no annotations. Usual library stamps and stickers. Dust Jacket bound onto boards to make new covers. Fair reading copy. Good condition is defined as: a copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Strategy of Peace

      Harper and Brothers, New York 1960 - 233pp. Light toning on dust jacket. Inscribed by Senator John Kennedy on frontispiece to Mr. Charlie Boswell, mayor of Indianapolis and Co-Chairman of Kennedy's 1960 Indiana Campaign. Includes a note from Senator Kennedy to Mr. Boswell on Senate stationary, offering congratulations on being selected as a delegate to the 1960 democratic convention in Los Angeles. Inscription is likely secretarial. Book includes the foreign policy speeches and statements on defense, peace, national security and related domestic issues of a leading Presidential Candidate are here edited by an eminent historian (Allan Nevins), who has also contributed an introduction. The book includes the Senators annotations and an interview with him by John Fischer. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HARPER'S WEEKLY. JOURNAL OF CIVILIZATION, for the years 1861-65.

      LIVING HISTORY, Shenandoah, Iowa 1960 - Complete 52 weekly reissues for 5 Volumes of HARPER'S WEEKLY. JOURNAL OF CIVILIZATION, for the years 1861-65. Each volume contains 52 issues, profusely illustrated with engravings and drawings. The weekly issues are housed in the publisher's string-tied burgundy cloth bindings, with the title "HARPER'S WEEKLY" on the front panel. The issues run from December 29, 1860 through December 30th, 1865 (Issues Nos. 209-470), comprising 832 pages per year. There are 16 pages per issue. Only the first two years (1861-62) are actually "tied" in to the bindings. The three later volumes have their issues laid in loose. (See photos). The issues are in Very Good condition or better condition. The last page of December 1863 has a small tear at the rear corner. These re-issues were published by LIVING HISTORY, Shenandoah Iowa, for the Centennial of the Civil War and the 100th anniversary of the original publication of the issues. ****In 1857 a New York printer named Fletcher Harper began publication of a weekly tabloid which "in the first place and above anything else," he declared, would be a "first-class newspaper." Emphasizing pointed editorials, large-scale illustrations, and promising literary works in serial installments, not even its founder visualized the heights of success to which HARPER'S WEEKLY arose. ***From an early circulation of 60,000, subscriptions mushroomed to 120,000 by late 1861 and eventually reached 160,000 before the paper's disbandment in 1916. Probably no periodical in America -- contemporary magazines notwithstanding -- has so dominated a nation's reading habits as did this weekly in the course of its fifty-nine-year history. Therefore, the republication of HARPER'S WEEKLY for the Civil War years does not merely provide a valuable and vivid source of first-hand reports on the struggle; it in essence recaptures every facet of that moment in history when America's destiny lay on the altar of a volcano of sectional eruptions. The first republished issue [December 29, 1860] reflects the mixture of joy and apprehension that was Christmas, 1860. In sharp contrast to the Yuletide scenes on the cover are elaborate, sinister drawings within the Forts Sumter and Moultrie, which had already become the focal point for Southern annoyance and Northern defense. As tensions in the following weeks mounted around Charleston harbor, HARPER'S devoted more and more space to the garrison of Major Robert Anderson and his handful of defendents [sic] -- defiant but virtually helpless. Yet at this point the editor was content to alert his readers to the appearance of the forts and to editorialize happily on the lack of European support given to South Carolina's secession . By late December, 1860, the tragic drama of national chaos was beginning to unfold. While thousands of Americans were enjoying the columns of HARPER'S WEEKLY and finishing up the scraps from the Christmas table, Georgia's Howell Cobb was stating with vehemence: "Equality and safety in the Union are at an end. The issue (of secession) must now be met, or forever abandoned." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London: Heinemann 1960. First UK edition, first printing. First UK edition, first printing. Original burgundy cloth with silver titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A lovely near fine copy, the binding square and firm, the contents with a single small foxing spot to the front endpaper otherwise clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with very near fine original dustwrapper which has a minute amount of rubbing at the fold corners. Not price-clipped (16s net to the front flap). A beautiful example. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        The New American Poetry: 1945-1960

      New York: Grove Press, 1960. First printing. 454 pp., 8vo. Cloth in dust-jacket. Slight toning to page edges, top edge a little dusty, otherwise a fine, tight copy in a very near fine, lightly rubbed and toned jacket. A stunning copy of the uncommon cloth issue of this landmark, era-defining anthology, rarely found in a jacket, particularly one in such nice condition.

      [Bookseller: Passages Bookshop]
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        The Colossus

      The First UK Printing published by Heinemann in 1960. The BOOK is in near Fine condition. A light push at the upper end of the spine. A hint of toning and spotting to the text block with the pages remaining clean. Gilt titling remains very bright. Neat, contemporary previous owner's name and date to the upper front blank end paper. The WRAPPER is complete bearing the correct price of 15s net and is in Very Good++ / near Fine condition. A small professionally repaired tear (with Japanese tissue paper to the verso) to the upper front edge adjacent to the spine with a little loss. Light toning to the spine, edges and folds. Minor edge wear at the fold corners. The wrapper is a very bright example and presents well in the removable Brodart archival cover. A sharp copy. 'The Colossus' was the only regularity published work by Plath published under her own name in her lifetime. She had published her later novel of 1963 'The Bell Jar' under the pseudonym of 'Victoria Lucas'. Seamus Heaney said of 'The Colossus' : 'On every page, a poet is serving notice that she has earned her credentials and knows her trade'. The nicest copy we have handled to date. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.

      [Bookseller: Ashton Rare Books ABA (Associate) PBFA]
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        Il Dottor Zivago

      FELTRINELLI EDITORE, 1960. ITALIANO 0,66 Legatura editoriale in cartoncino rigido. Sovracoperta illustrata con alette. Ritratto fotografico dell' Autore al piatto posteriore. Pagine in buono stato con bruniture, anche ai tagli. Traduzione dal russo di Pietro Zveteremich. USATO

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        The Enemy Within.

      New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1960 - Octavo. Original green cloth, gilt lettered spine, untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Slight fading along board edges, tiny stain to top edge, an excellent copy with the jacket slightly rubbed at the ends and corners. 14 pages of monochrome illustrations from photographs. First edition, first printing (copyright page signed "A-K", later printings are signed "D-K"), presentation copy inscribed on the front free endpaper, "To my old antagonist Senator Goldwater from his friend Bob Kennedy". This is a great cross-party association for Bobby Kennedy's first book, which concerned the McLellan Committee's enquiry into union and management corruption, focussing on Jimmy Hoffa's links to organised crime. Barry Morris Goldwater (1909–1998), who is mentioned on 22 pages in the book, was five-term United States Senator from Arizona (1953–65, 1969–87) and the Republican Party's nominee for President in the 1964 election. He is the politician most often credited for sparking the resurgence of the American conservative political movement in the 60s. His landslide defeat to Lyndon B. Johnson opened the door for Johnson and a Congress dominated by Democrats to pass the Great Society programs. Goldwater returned to the Senate in 1969, by which time the leadership of the conservative movement had moved to Reagan. In 1974 Goldwater was the man who successfully urged Richard Nixon (whom he described as "the most dishonest individual I have ever met in my life") to resign at the height of the Watergate scandal. Goldwater retired in 1987, and was succeeded in office by John McCain. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        A Dance to the Music of Time. Complete in 12 volumes plus 5 novels : Afternoon Men. What's Become of Waring. Agents and Patients. Venusberg. From a View to a Death

      London: Heinemann 1960 - 1975. In 17 volumes. Includes the 12 volumes of 'Dance to the Music of Time' and 5 additional novels. Various publication dates from 1960 to 1975. Mostly reprints but the last seven volumes of 'Dance' are first editions. All volumes in VG dust wrappers. Slight chipping to spine ends of most djs. Several volumes have a neat ink name to the front endpaper. Jackets are all protected in clear plastic sleeves. Overall all volumes in VG/VG condition. . Very Good. Hardback. 1960. 8vo..

      [Bookseller: Fosters' Bookshop]
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        To Kill A Mockingbird

      First Edition, First Printing (First Edition stated on copyright page) J.B. Lippincott, 1960. In fine condition, clean and unmarked, straight spine, brown and green cloth boards without wear, in a very good, first issue dust jacket, wear at spine ends and corners, small closed tears at edges, original publisher's price intact on flap, protected in a mylar cover.

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        To Kill a Mockingbird

      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Company, 1960. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. First Edition. Advance Reading Copy. Publisher's printed wraps in the second issue with sheet overlaying the front cover printed in a sleeker typeface than that of the first issue, which was set in Courier. Very Good. Wraps toned, lightly soiled and lightly worn, and with minor edge lifting to overlaying cover sheet. Lean and light reading creases to spine. Top corners of early pages are creased. A nice copy. One of the most beloved American novels of the 20th century, rather scarce in prepublication format.

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        Das Evangelium nach Matthäus. Luther-Übersetzung revidiert 1956. Mit der Vorrede zum Neuen Testament aus dem Jahre 1546 von D. Martin Luther. Originallithographien Otto Dix. Mit 33 orig. Lithographien von Otto Dix und von ihm auf dem Titelblatt eigenhändig signiert.

      Berlin: Käthe Vogt Verlag 1960 - Original Halbpergament im Schuber (das hintere Vorsatzblatt verlagsseitig unsauber (zu knapp) montiert, sonst sehr gutes und sauberes Exemplar). 4°. "Dieses Buch wurde im Auftrag des Käthe Vogt Verlages, Berlin, von der Westkreuz-Druckerei, Berlin, im Korpus-Grad der Folio-Grotesk gedruckt, die 33 Original-Lithographien von der Firma Klibor, Lithographische Anstalt, Berlin. Alle Buchbinderarbeiten führte die Berliner Buchbinderei Wübben & Co. aus. Von den durchgehend numerierten Exemplaren sind Nr. 1-100 in Saffianleder gebunden von von Prof. Otto Dix signiert. Nr. 101-400 in Halbpergament gebunden und ebenfalls von Prof. Otto Dix signiert. Nr. 401-2000 in Leinen gebunden. Dieses Buch trägt die Nummer 357" (Kolophon). Auf dem Titelblatt von Dix eigenhändig signiert. Es fehlt vermutlich ein ursprünglich beigegebener Schutzumschlag. 1550 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Lorenz Kristen]
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        ecole de paris

      édition privée 1960 - Tres bel exemplaire numerote 45 sur 100 avec un dessin de michel marie poulain faisant de ce livre un tirage unique puisque chaque livre possede un dessin different les reproductions de ses tableaux proche de bernard buffet tres beau livre sur ce peintre rare [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Portrait photograph of John F. Kennedy

      Ottawa 1960 - Gelatin silver portrait photograph. Measuring approximately 10.5" x 13.25". Neatly taped along the edges onto a mat, else fine. With the Karsh ink stamp on the verso (no. 6) and Signed by Karsh below the image. While Karsh captured several images of John F. Kennedy in 1960, this image appears to be especially uncommon.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        To Kill a Mockingbird

      London: Heinemann,, 1960. Octavo. Original red cloth, spine lettered in silver. With the dust jacket. Spine gently rolled, spine ends very slightly rubbed, an excellent, bright copy in the jacket with slight creasing to extremities. First UK edition, first impression. To Kill a Mockingbird was first published in the US earlier the same year.

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        L´Echo, Farblithographie nach einem Gemälde, signiert + limitiert

      1960 - Georges Braque, Argenteuil 1881 - 1963 Paris, "L´Echo, 1960", Farblithographie nach einem Gemälde auf Arches Büttenpapier, Rechts unten signiert: "G. Braque", Links unten limitiert: "174/300", Darstellungsgröße. 50,2 x 62,6 cm, Blattgröße. 61 x 80,3 cm, Rahmen: 87 x 100 cm, Maeght Editeur, Paris, Werkverzeichnis Maeght 1041, Handgefertigter Rahmen, säurefreies Passepartout, Museumsglas, AFTER GEORGES BRAQUE (1882-1963) L'Echo Lithograph in colors, 1960, on Arches paper, signed in pencil, numbered 174/300, published by Maeght Editeur, Paris, with their blindstamp, with full margins, generally in good condition, framed, Image: 19¾ x 24 5/8 in. (502 x 626 mm.), Sheet: 24 x 31 5/8 in. (610 x 803 mm.), Versand in Deutschland kostenlos, Europa 100,-, Welt 200,-

      [Bookseller: Michael Draheim]
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        To Kill A Mockingbird

      J. B. Lippincott, NY 1960 - 1960 J.B. Lippincott FIRST EDITION stated SECOND Impression with a **SIGNED, DATED LETTER & ENVELOPE** included/ The HB is in VG condition with clean tight boards & minor foxing on the interior endpapers. Pages 56-57 are browned as if someone laid a paper over them otherwise the text is very clean. Wrapped in an AN Facisimile DJ. (please see photos) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Köln, Galerie der Spiegel, 1960. Decorated lithographed paper-covered boards (hardcover), 38,1 x 26,3 cm., unpaginated, (36) pp. with the poems by Lucebert, translated in German with 13 original monochrome lithographs, 6 of which mounted. "geh durch den spiegel" folge 21. One of 25 (250) copies with an extra suite of seven lithographs, all signed and numbered (e.a. = épreuve d'artiste) in pencil by Lucebert. Very rare. Lucebert.

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        One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

      Random House, 1960 An early printing, inscribed by Dr. Seuss. Fine condition. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.

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        Berlin-Kreuzberg: Admiralbrücke mit Laterne und Verkaufswagen. Tuschzeichnung / verso: farbiges Aquarell Alpenlandschaft.

      Berlin: Berliner Laterne und Verkaufswagen vor Admiralbrücke in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Im Hintergrund Wohnhäuser. Tuschzeichnung, rechts unten mit *Kohlhoff (19)61 * signiert und datiert. Blattmaß: 41,5 x 60 cm. Verso ein farbiges Aquarell einer Berglandschaft in den Alpen ( unsigniert, undatiert, wohl um 1960 ). Die Berliner Tuschzeichnung zu den Außenrändern hin etwas fleckig sowie teils mit Randläsionen und Resten alter Montierung. Der rückseitige Aquarell zur linken unteren und rechten oberen Ecke hin mit unschönen Resten alter Montierung. Mit handschriftlicher Angabe des Künstlers *Admiralbrücke *.Walter Kohlhoff ( *1906Berlin 1981 ebenda ). W. Kohlhoff war über 20 Jahre lang Vorstandsmitglied des Vereins Berliner Künstler. Maler urbaner Landschaften Berlins und seiner Umgebung. Kohlhoff zeigt seine Stadtbilder menschenleer und verleiht ihnen somit teils einen denkmalhaften Charakter. In seinen Arbeiten wendet er sich vor allem den ruhigen Orten der Großstadt wie auch Hinterhöfen, Großstadtdächern und abgelegenen Arealen wie Seitenstrassen, Kleingärten, Bahngleisen, Fabrikanlagen etc.. Er malte im Rahmen einer späten Neusachlichkeit. Dies gilt auch für seine anderen Motive wie Bilder aus den Alpen, Landschaftsstudien, Stilleben. Ferner malte er Porträts und Aktzeichnungen. ( Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage further pics at request )

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        The Constitution of Liberty

      The University of Chicago Press 1960 - First edition, first printing. Very Good, with pencil markings to early pages of text, bump to top corner, price inked to front free end paper. Cloth lightly rubbed at edges, gilt title stamping is sharp, ding to top edge of rear board. In a Very Good dust jacket with publisher's price intact, with rubbing and light edge wear and a small red scuff to the front flap. A pretty nice copy of the first American edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        To Kill a Mockingbird

      J. B. Lippincott and Company 1960 - Signed. Stated first edition, first printing. Signed by Harper Lee directly on the front free endpaper. Good. Boards lightly stained and lightly rubbed, exposure at corners. Spine cloth is soiled, darkened and foxed, with some small patches worn through. Foxing to edge of page block and a small stain to fore edge. Previous owner name and date on front free endpaper. Endsheets lightly foxed. Several small stains and creased corners to pages, though contents are largely bright and clean. In a Good, restored and apparently supplied dust jacket with publisher's price of $3.95 intact, Truman Capote blurb in green on the front flap, and Jonathan Daniels blurb of rear flap. The base of the spine panel has been repainted on, concealing the scars from a removed label, which is assumed to have been institutional. Long tear repaired at rear flap fold. Rubbed and scratched at back panel, with waviness to both panels and general wear. The author's first published novel, with an initial print of only 5,000 copies. First printings signed directly on the book (not tipped in or laid in) are extremely scarce. Housed in a custom clam shell box. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Christopher Syn -by Russell Thorndike and William Buchanan ( a Tale of Dr. Syn, Aka The Scarecrow )( Adapted from The Further Adventures of Dr Syn )( Basis for the Disney Movie, The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh )(aka Doctor Syn, Alias the Scarecrow )

      New York, NY: N.Y. / New York: Abelard Schuman, 1960, 1st Edition, First Printing, 1960. ----------hardcover, a Near Fine copy with a bit of light rubbing at lower extremities, a hint of age toning to the upper edge of the text block, --- in an attractive Good price clipped dustjacket, light wear, age toning to the spine of the jacket as usually seen, some small chips and flakes, a bit of loss at spine tips, quite rare as most copies are from libraries, this is NOT an x-library copy, looks quite nice now that the jacket is in a hi-quality mylar protector, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine (see desciption)/Good (see description). Illus. by Harry Horner Cover Art .

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      - [Nara ca. 1100 A.D., Joruri-ji Tempe]. A Single sheet 33.3 x 46.8 cm. [backing size], rebacked on hand-made Washi paper, print sheet size: 32.8 . x 45.6 cm., hand-printed woodblocks on thin mulberry Washi paper, stunning work! S C A R C E THIS AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE AND EARLY WOODBLOCK PRINT * "Although printing had been practiced in Japan as early as the eighth century, the stamping or block printing of large numbers of Buddhist images did not gain prominence until the last half of the Heian period. The reception of images was believed to be an effective method of accumulating religious merit, and this stimulated the production of Buddhist prints-often rather crudely made-in vast numbers. The blocks or stamps most commonly used contained anywhere from a single image up to a dozen identical units; large full-sheet blocks, such as this one, seemed to have been used less frequently." [quoted from Rosenfield, see below] *** DETAILS OF OUR ITEM: Our item is printed on high fiber Washi paper, quite bright and still retaining its natural fiber color. There is some loss to the lower margin but very little loss to the printing. The upper left corner is gone and with it five images are gone. There is a minor bit of left margin loss but very little printing loss. The right margin is excellent. The print was acquired from the late Richard C. Rudolph of U.C.L.A., who had cut the print in half horizontally. The two parts are now back together and has been professionally rebacked on Washi paper, there is no loss where they are rejoined. The hand-made Washi paper on the right and left edges are a bit thicker than the rest of the paper, perhaps there was an effort on the part of the paper-maker to give strength to these edges. Our example is exceptional when compared to other known copies. * ILLUSTRATED IN ISHIDA: This excellent example illustrated in Ishida is owned by Joruri-ji Temple and has only 81 of 100 images, there was loss to the margins. [see reference below] *** PRINTING AS A DAILY DEVOTION: Ishida points out on p.30-31, discussing the Heian practice of worshipers printing a number of Buddhist images each day or month to fulfill a religious vow. Printing these images gave merit and virtue to the printer, thereby increasing their position in the Buddhist Sangha [community]. Temples encouraged the Sangha to print images as that aided in soliciting donations. "Donors were allowed to pay for the printing of Buddhist images to be placed inside of statues. This served the purpose of temple finance in much the same way as printed appeals for contributions. The images were never distributed to the people but were instead stored away in sculpted images." It seems little has changed in a thousand years, as Buddhist priests still seem to offer prints to donors even today. It is believed that the prints were discovered in the 1960's and given to donors who gave substantial sums of money for temple restoration. . Every morning as part of a daily regimen, women of the Imperial court would print Buddhist images using woodblocks on sheets of thin mulberry Washi paper as religious observance, much like saying prayers every morning. After an appropriate number of pages were printed, the sheets were rolled and tied in bundles and then inserted into the hollow interior of sculptures. * WOODBLOCK PRINTING TECHNIQUE: This print was printed from a single woodblock containing ten images in a row, with ten rows in all yielding some 100 images on a single sheet. See Baskett p.30 for additional details. Rosenfield supports the idea of a single block with 100 images carved on it. There is ample evidence to support both Ishida and Baskett's idea that the print was done by use of a single block containing 100 images stamped on a single sheet of Mulberry paper. * RARITY: The print is exceptionally RARE ! Only a few examples have been cited, published or illustrated. Apparently this image only came to light in the 1960's and very few came to public view, those few

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      Illustrations. First edition. 8vo., cloth, dust jacket by the author. London, Hutchinson.

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      LE MONNIER, 1960. ITALIANO 0,38 Due fascicoli della pubblicazione semestrale, nuova serie, brossure editoriali morbide, ingiallite al dorso, scolorite e con bordi stanchi, al dorso anche titoli con biro blu, pagine brunite attorno ai testi da fattore tempo, alcune ancora intonse, testi di I.Cazzaniga, S.Timparo jr, G.Pascucci, H.Albini ed altri USATO

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        Chagall Lithograph Vol. I-VI

      Monte Carlo: Verlag Andre Sauret, 1960-1986. Monte Carlo and NYC, Mourlot, 1960-1986. 6 vols. 4to. pp. 220; 209; 179; 180; 250; 224. Illustrated throughout in colour and monochrome. Chagall made 24 original lithographs - most of them coloured - for these volumes. The dust jackets of the first 4 vols are also original colour lithographs."11 Publisher"s cloth and dust jackets. . Two Volumes signed in pen, Vol. 1 and Vol III. Andre Sauret. 1960 - 1986. The complete catalogue raisonné of the lithographs. Monte Carlo & NY, 1960-1984, 1st editions in German, French and English , the complete set in 6 volumes, containing about 1000 pages, 28 original full-page lithographs, circa 800 color and b&w illustrations. Cloth in decorative paper dust jackets. Vol. 1 the dust jacket is complete, the volume is tight and fine inside; the other 5 volumes are flawless, in excellent condition. All volumes with English, German and French text, each volume 13 x 11 in. Volume 1, in German, Lithographs from 1922 to 1957. 12 original lithographs, 10 of them in colors (Mourlot 281-292; Cramer 44) SIGNED in pen by MARC CHAGALL on the front end paper. With an additional brochure in Lithography of the full front cover and description of the volume, 4 pp. Volume II, In German. with one brochure in German with 4 pp. with the original lithograph cover. 1962: 12 original lithographs, 7 in colors (Mourlot 577-578; Cramer 56). Volume III, 1962-1968, SIGNED BY MARC CHAGALL to Marc Kinkle IN PEN, : 2 original color lithographs (Mourlot 577-578; Cramer 77), French text. Volume IV, 1969-73: 2 original color lithographs in French (Mourlot 729-730; Cramer 94); Volume V, In German, 1974-79. Volume VI, 1980-85. In English. Crown Publishers. Additional references: Monod 2502-2507; Freitag 1561.

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        Permanent Red Essays in Seeing

      London: Methuen. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. 1960. First Edition. Hardback. Publisher's hardback in dust wrapper, signed & inscribed by the author John Berger to the actor Roger Lloyd-Pack on the title page: 'For Roger, whom I watch giving life to the heart of Konik - with great admiration, respect and affection - from John to Rodger Leathermarket. London. Late August, 2000,' dj slightly edgeworn & darkened at spine, pencil marginal notations. ; 7.80 X 5.60 X 1.10 inches; 223 pages; Signed by Author .

      [Bookseller: Walden Books]
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        Le droit et la colère

      - Les éditions de minuit, Paris 1960, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 20 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin, le nôtre un des 10 hors commerce, seuls grands papiers. Dos légèrement insolé.   - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 20 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin, le nôtre un des 10 hors commerce, seuls grands papiers. Dos légèrement insolé.  

      [Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet]
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        Welcome To Hard Times [Signed]

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1960. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo; 3/4 orange paper over quarter cream cloth, with titles stamped in black on spine and front panel; brown-orange topstain; 180pp, [1]. Signed by Doctorow on the title page. Slight forward lean, with minor wear to lower corners and some of the usual tanning to text edges; Near Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped and lightly edge-worn; Near Fine. Doctorow's first book, elusive in collectors condition, and basis for the 1967 Burt Kennedy film starring Henry Fonda, Aldo Ray, Warren Oates, and Janice Rule.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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        Ritual In The Dark (Signed, And With His Drawing)

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good + Dust Jacket. Original Ink Sketch By Colin Wilson. 442 Pp. Black Cloth Stamped In Red. Stated First Printing. Light Rubbing, Tiny Frays At Tips, Some Fading To Topstain And Slight Foxing To Foredge Of Page Block. . Dj Priced $4.95, Clean And Bright, Slight Rubbing At Corners, White Lettering On Spine Darkened To A Light Tan. Signed By The Author, With His Drawing Of Austin Nunne In Black Ink On Front Endpaper ( A Much Better Representation Than That On The Dj).

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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        The Future is Ours, Comrade: Conversations with the Russians

      Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1960. First Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 286 pages. The author's first book. A look at everyday life in the Soviet Union. Introduction by Irving R. Levine. First edition (first printing). A bit of edge wear, and top of page block toned, thus near fine. In a dust jacket with light wear to spine ends, else near fine. Review copy with publisher's review slip laid in. Inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author in 1974 to the previous owner and signed both as 'Jerzy' and 'Joseph Novak.'

      [Bookseller: Eureka Books, ABAA]
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        Collection of 400 Photographs from a Camden, New Jersey Family

      Camden, New Jersey 1960 - A collection of more than 400 photos from a Camden, New Jersey family including 40 Civil War-era tintypes, 30 cabinet cards, and the rest various different format photographs taken between 1900 and the early 1960s, various sizes and with a few back marks from Virginia, but most from the Philadelphia, Camden, and Trenton areas. The photos are generally very good or better with some photos clipped at the corners from mounting, wear to some of the edges, and a few of the tintypes darkening or with their finish peeling. The photos feature matron Mary A. Fleming and the extended families of her daughters Elizabeth Nardin, Bessie W. Steelman, and Emma Gordon, including their husbands, children, and relations in various formal and candid shots: posing with pets, laughing with friends, kids playing, a flood, a house being built (likely due to the flood), and others. Of note are about a dozen military-related photographs featuring: six Civil War soldiers each posing in uniform; four of World War I soldiers in formation and training; a group shot of World War II sailors posing on the deck of a ship; and four of USO entertainers performing at an army hospital. The photos are accompanied by a few handwritten notes referencing various family members, as well as what was once a red velvet photo album, now only a tattered remnant of its former self, with a handful of additional scattered photos still intact. A nice collection of photos documenting 100 years of a New Jersey family's history.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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