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      New York: Viking Press. 1962. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

      [Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar]
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        One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

      New York: Viking, 1962. First edition. Hardcover. A fine book in a close to fine dust jacket. This is a stunning example of Kesey's first book with only minimal sunning to the spine and minor crimping to head of the jacket spine. First edition, first state with bright green cloth and yellow lettering along with the original orange topstain. Has the 5-word Kerouac blurb on the front inside flap of the jacket and $4.95 price. Kesey's first book is set in a psychiatric ward in Oregon and is narrated by a giant, schizophrenic Indian named Chief Bromden. The book has long been a counterculture favorite and has continually grown in popularity. Laid into the book is a dazzling bookplate signed by Kesey. Signed by the author.

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      New York:: Viking Press. (1962). First edition of the AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK. First issue, in the first issue dust jacket, SIGNED BY KESEY. A classic book made into a classic movie directed by Milos Foreman, starring Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher and Danny DeVito. The story evolved from Kesey's time working as an orderly at a mental health facility in Menlo Park, California. Not only did he speak to the patients and witness the workings of the institution, he took psychoactive drugs as part of a project. Time Magazine named the book one of the 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005. The book is bright and fine with just a few tiny spots on cloth; in an equally bright dust jacket with expert restoration to several small chips and tears. A sharp copy of the first-issue book and jacket--which is getting scarcer signed.

      [Bookseller: Quill & Brush]
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        One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

      NY: Viking. (1962). Kesey's landmark first book, a pivotal novel of the literature of the Sixties, which helped to shape a generation's attitudes on issues of authority, power, madness and, finally, individuality. A fine copy in a very lightly and evenly spine-sunned price-clipped dust jacket with slight edge wear and a small abrasion on the front panel; else near fine. The jacket is the first printing, with the Kerouac blurb on the front flap. One of the nicest copies of this title that we've had. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Eight Poems. With Drawings by Robert Andrew Parker Hand-colored by the Artist

      New York: Museum of Modern Art. 1962. One of 195 copies all on Brentwood vellum paper, each numbered and signed by the author and artist on the colophon page. 8vo, [34pp;] 10 illustrations by Robert Parker, each hand colored, with Addendum laid in as well as announcement of publication from the Museum of Modern Art. Brown paper and cloth over boards, author, artist, and title in gilt on spine, matching publisher&#39;s slipcase with white label printed in grey, fine with the usual wrinkling to paper where watercolored. Published under the director of Monroe Wheeler, this is the third in a series of limited editions published by The Museum of Modern Art. Printed by Edward Katz at the Crafton Graphic Company it is set in Michelangelo and Palatino by Hermann Zapf. The text reproduces Miss Moore&#39;s handwriting. A handsome publication and one of the noted poet&#39;s scarcer books. <br>See an <A HREF= >Image.</A><br>

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        The Blaue Reiter Almanac

      Paris: Maeght, 1962. Boards. Orig. illustrated wrappers in delft blue board chemise. Fine in fine matching slipcase with light gray paper label./No Dust Jacket. 35 pages. 39 x 29 cm. Limited edition, 13 of 150 copies on Velin de Rives. Two color lithographs after Kandinsky, cover and double-page spread, and one color lithograph after Rousseau., plus numerous illustrations in the text. Articles by Pierre Volboudt, Will Grohmann, and H.H. Stuckenschmidt. Very fresh, clean and bright copy.

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      (RICHTER, GERHARD). Buchloh, Benjamin H.D., Peter Gidal & Birgit Pelzer. GERHARD RICHTER: CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ 1962-1993 - COMPLETE IN THREE VOLUMES. Ostfildern, GERMANY: Edition Cantz, 1993. First Edition. 4to. Cloth in Jackets, Slipcased. Catalogue Raisonné. Fine/Fine. 196 + 112 + 236pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Text in German, English and French. With a biography, exhibition history and bibliography. Issued in conjunction with a major 1993 touring Gerhard Richter European Museum retrospective, this comprehensive hardbound three volume publication contains an exhibition catalogue, a monograph featuring essays by Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Peter Gidal and Birgit Pelzer, and a full catalogue raisonné of nearly two thousand painted works executed between 1962 and 1993. A most handsome example of this massive set whose pictorial slipcase shows a few slight surface abrasions. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 3-89322-554-4 Inventory Number: 020526&

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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        American Photographs

      New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1962. Second Edition. Quarto. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 195pp. Author&#39;s presentation to Ben and Bernarda Shahn on front endpaper: "To Ben and Bernarda from Walker / in memory of a great deal (no pun)," dated May, 1962. Fine copy in very lightly dusted, unclipped jacket, Near Fine. & & A highly important association copy of one of the landmark photography collections of the twentieth century. Shahn&#39;s and Evans&#39;s friendship began in the summer of 1932, when the two collaborated on an exhibition of documentary paintings and photographs of a family of Cape Verdean blacks who, in their eyes, had been shamefully mistreated by members of Provincetown&#39;s artistic establishment. It was Shahn&#39;s first significant exploration of social themes in his painting, and marked an important turning point in his career, with the landmark Sacco and Vanzetti and Tom Mooney paintings to follow the next year. Shahn and Evans remained lifelong friends and collaborators; both accomplished much of their best work as photographers for the RA and FSA New Deal programs.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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      1962. 1. L'ENGLE,MADELEINE. A WRINKLE IN TIME. (NY): Ariel (1962). 8vo (5 1/2 x 8 1/4"), 1/4 cloth, 211p., very slight fading to edge of cloth else FINE IN DUST WRAPPER. The dust wrapper (illustrated by Ellen Raskin), is in really nice condition with price intact (very faint fading where seal was removed ,a light bit of soil on the rear panel and a touch of wear to spine ends). 1st edition 1st printing of this fantasy that has become a modern classic. In the stranger than fiction category, A Wrinkle In Time had a difficult time getting published. According to "A Special Message from Madeline L'Engle" on the Random House web site: "After trying "forty- odd" publishers (L'Engle later said "twenty-six rejections"), L'Engle's agent returned the manuscript to her. Then at Christmas, L'Engle threw a tea party for her mother. One of the guests happened to know John Farrar of Farrar, Straus & Giroux, and insisted that L'Engle should meet with him. Although the publisher did not at the time publish a line of children's books, Farrar met L'Engle, liked the novel and ultimately published it. A Wrinkle In Time is the winner of the NEWBERY AWARD and the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award. This is a really nice copy, very hard to find in collectible condition.

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        [Program for]: Happy Days

      Royal Court Theatre London: Royal Court Theatre. 1962. Program. Octavo. 20pp. Stapled printed wrappers. Fine with gold "First Night" sticker on front wrap. Program for the opening night (1 November 1962) of the play. Inscribed by Beckett, "for Edwin Erbe cordially, Samuel Beckett Nov. 1962." Erbe was the Director of Publicity for New Directions. Scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Proxima Thule.

      Sverige och Europa under forntid och medeltid. Hyllningsskrift till H. M. Konungen den 11 November 1962. Utgiven av Svenska Arkeologiska Samfundet. Illustrerad. Stockholm, P. A. Norstedt & söner, 1962. 4:o. (8),+ 238 s.+ litografi. Modernt blått marokängband, ryggen och pärmarna med cirklar, delvis förgyllda och delvis blindpräglade, pärmarnas insidor med gul skinnram och rött sidentyg, för- och eftersättsbladen överdragna med rött sidentyg. Omslaget medbundet. Fint band. Bibliofilupplaga tryckt i 600 numrerade exemplar, varav detta är nummer 226, med en signerad originallitografi av Eric Palmquist. Med bidrag av Bengt Salomonsson, Lili Kaelas, Mårten Stenberger, Bertil Almgren, Berta Stjernquist, Erik Nylén, Greta Arwidsson, Margareta Biörnstad, Wilhelm Holmqvist, Nils Ludvig Rasmusson, Ragnar Blomqvist, Aron Andersson, Iwar Anderson, Bertil Berthelson och Per Gustaf Hamberg

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        Leaving Cheyenne

      Harper & RowNew York:: Harper & Row,. 1962.. First edition. Hardcover. Very good in slt. marked dj. Written when McMurtry was only twenty five, this work describes the "tenderness, loneliness and pervading melancholy of cowboying" (John Howard Griffin). 8vo, 299pp. Cream cloth covers with title in black on spine. Pictorial dj with title in white on pink ground on front cover and on spine. Dj is lightly rubbed at edges and slightly dusty at back cover. Dj is price-clipped with $4.95 gold price sticker at lower corner. Internally, very light scattered fox spotting at end papers, o/w very good.

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        A.L.S., in German, 12mo, 2 pp,Tübingen, Oct. 15, 1962

      To Hans Dieter Zimmermann. "yes, I agreed in the beginning, but I can't find the time now. Lectures out of town, classes starting soon, editorial work on new material for the intended complete edition . Maybe you could print something from my just published 'Disassociations 1' (Suhrkamp Bibliothek, p. 218 line 15 from the bottom to page 219. Starting with 'Quite easy is the more profound hope' . to 'one has never existed.' Then, after a paragraph, continues: 'Nothing is more human' . to 'with humani alienum - all of them.'" Nicely signed, Ernst Bloch." With holograph envelope.

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        Wein Von Den Grabern (Signed Limited Edition)

      Heiderhoff and Marschner Wulfrath: Heiderhoff and Marschner, 1962. Quarto. This edition limited to 165 copies of which this No. 90. SIGNED by both the poet and artist on the colophon page. Near Fine and unread in perfect-bound stiff laid paper wrappers. Minor toning to the spine and panel edges with light soil and a few tiny nicks at the spine ends. Illustrated with four woodblock prints by H.A.P. Grieshaber. Text in German.

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        Champagne and Shoes. An Essay on John T. Little's Coloma Emporium with an Original Double Leaf from Its Journal: 1850-1851

      Peregrine Press San Francisco: Peregrine Press, 1962. Quarto. 20pp. One of 76 copies printed and illustrated by Henry Evans at the Peregrine Press for the Porpoise Bookshop. With illustrations throughout in pale terracotta. This leaf book explores the contents of a journal recording the business of a Gold Rush-era shop owned by John T. Little. The original double leaf from the journal is dated June 1851 on the first three pages, and July 1851 on the last page. The leaf records purchases, including hats and gloves, clay pipes, wine, brandy, and all kinds of comestibles. The accompanying text by Kenneth M. Johnson describes the history of Coloma, California, where the store was located, and the emporium itself, which, as the title suggests, sold everything from champagne to shoes. Spine faintly sunned, else fine in blue boards and housed in the original blue slipcase.

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      Doubleday & Co. NY: Doubleday & Co., 1962. First edition, first prnt. Advance copy with statement stamped on front pastedown. "A personal reading copy for our bookseller friends, whose opinions and criticism we welcome and value." This copy signed by Powers on the title page. Minimal bumping to front board topedge, spine cloth ends lightly pushed, beginning toning and light soiling on the edges and endpages, bottom corners with touch of shelfwear; dustjacket with price-clip as issued; beginning toning mostly on the spine, corners with light wear, two small chips on spine bottom edge, short closed tear on the rear flap fold. Very Good condition in a Very Good dustjacket with an archival cover. National Book Award for Fiction 1963.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover.  The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

      [Bookseller: Revere Books, ABAA & IOBA ]
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        Night of the Iguana

      New Directions New York: New Directions. 1962. Long galleys. A bit of wear to the last sheet with a short ink notation and some dampstaining to the last few leaves but not affecting the text, near fine. Presumably only a handful of copies would have been prepared for the use of the author and publisher. From the library of Edwin Erbe, Director of Publicity for New Directions. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Golden Notebook.

      London; Michael Joseph, 1962. Fourth impression of the first edition. 567, (1) pp. Publisher's black cloth with dustjacket. Jacket design by William Belcher. The jacket with a tear at spine's head, mended with tape from the inside. A fine copy. Inscribed by the author to Jan Broberg, the 24th of July, 1964. The author's most widely read and translated book, recognized as a landmark by the Women's Movement. Jan Broberg is one of Sweden's leading experts on Crime Fiction

      [Bookseller: Patrik Andersson Antikvariat]
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        Three Erfurt Tales

      Bird & Bull Press North Hills, PA: Bird & Bull Press, 1962. First, Limited Edition. 12mo. Cloth boards; viii, 62, iii pp. One of 310 copies. Presentation to Ben Shahn from Lessing Rosenwald on front endpaper: "To Ben Shahn / With Kindest Regards / Lessing," dated 1962. Fine copy. From the library of Ben and Bernarda Bryson Shahn, with estate label tipped on to front pastedown. The third title from Henry Morris's Bird & Bull Press. Scarce; this a particularly fresh copy with a compelling association.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books ]
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        Dark Thicket/forest At Night (print)

      1962. 1962.. Original etching. Artist's proof signed by Leonard Baskin. 45 x 37 cm. Fern & O'Sullivan 422. Fine condition. Matted and ready for framing.

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        The Reivers. A Reminiscence.

      New York; Random House, 1962. First edition, stated first printing. [20,5x14,5 cm]. (5, 1 blank), 305, (1 blank) pp. Publisher's red cloth with red top edge, printed dustjacket. The jacket faded at spine, slightly creased at spine ends and a bit chipped at corners. The corners very slightly bumped. Contents are fine. With two laid-in articles on Faulkner, both frequently underlined. Inscribed on front free endpaper: "To Else and Helen, with love / Bill", and then signed on the title: "William Faulkner / Oxford, Miss. / 2 July 1962". Massey 193. Petersen A37d. The author's last book and the only one to be inscribed to both Else Jonsson and her daughter Helen. This is apparently one of the very last presentation copies from Faulkner, who posted the book on the third of July (cf. Blotner), was confined to bed the next day and taken to hospital on the fifth, where he died just after midnight on the sixth. That William Faulkner would be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1950 had been predicted by the Swedish author, journalist and connoisseur of American literature Thorsten Jonsson (1910-1950), who admired Faulkner's works and who acted as his main introducer in Sweden. Jonsson was Dagens Nyheter's USA correspondent from 1943-46 and made his statement while interviewing Faulkner at Rowan Oak in 1946. Unfortunately, Jonsson didn't live to see his prediction come true. At the dinner party given the night before the Nobel Banquet by Faulkner's Swedish publisher, a toast was proposed for Jonsson, as "the man most responsible for our gathering tonight". Among the dinner guests was Else Jonsson, his widow, who had been invited both as a guest of honour and as a fluent speaker of English with a broad knowledge of American customs. She and Faulkner immediately found each other, and they met several times during his stay in Stockholm. Their encounter developed into a life-long passion and friendship, clearly seen in the many letters Faulkner wrote to her, and they managed to spend some time together in Paris, Holmenkollen (Norway) and Stockholm during the years to come. In his first love letter to her, dated the fifteenth of December 1950, he asks himself how he will be able to return to the USA without seeing her again. He also says that being a Noble Prize bloke is nothing compared to spending an afternoon with her. Faulkner's last letter is dated the 14th of December 1960. However, she occupied his mind during the last days of his life, as shown by this presentation copy, which reached her first after the news of his death

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        Einstein's Theory of Relativity. Revised Edition prepared with the Collaboration of Günter Leibfried and Walter Biem.

      New York, Dover, (1962). 8vo. Orig. blue and green printed wrappers. A bit of wear to extremities.. The second English language edition of one of the most important works for the understanding of Einstein's theory of relativity, presentation-copy from the author for "Dr. A.E. Laurence in memory of our/ meeting on the excursion from Lindau to Mainau./ Max Born." With the date "Nassau 1963" and the initials "AL", presumably in the hand of A.E. Laurence.Laurence and Born presumably met at the 1962 Lindau-conference, where also Dirac, Bohr, Heisenberg et al. were present

      [Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S]
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        The Ticket That Exploded

      Olympia Press Paris: Olympia Press. (1962). First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. A lovely copy, with the red on the spine bright. .

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        Stand Still Like The Hummingbird!

      New Directions New York: New Directions. 1962. First. Folded uncorrected long galleys printed rectos only. A little age-toning to the outside galley and a small tear to one leaf, else near fine. Prepared for the author and publisher's use, this is one of what must be only a handful of copies; we've never seen another. .

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        The Golden Spur

      Viking New York: Viking. 1962. First. First edition. A faint dampstain to the bottom of the boards near the spine else near fine in near fine dustwrapper with a fair size chip at the base of the spine. Inscribed by the author: "To Andrea Grebieu with my very best wishes, Dawn Powell." Midwesterner comes to the big city to uncover his true father when he learns his birth is the result of his mother's brief but wild sojourn in Greenwich Village. Powell applies her wit and furious action ensues. A late novel by one of America's best but least known authors. .

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        The Colossus

      Alfred A. Knopf New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1962. First U.S. edition. Hardcover. A review copy with slip laid in. The first book from author of "The Bell Jar." This was her only book published under her own name during her lifetime. A clean very near fine copy with a small contemporary ownership signature to the top corner of the front free endpaper in a close to near fine dust jacket with three small tears to the top of the front panel and some minor darkening to the spine and top edge of the rear panel. A very nice copy and very uncommon with a review slip.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA ]
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        DÉCOLLAGE. No. 3.

      C. Caspari, Christo, Jed Curtis, Henry Flint, Fluxus, Dick Higgins, György Ligeti, Franz Mon, Nam June Paik, Pera, Frank Trowbridge, Jan Voss, Vostell, Jean-Pierre Wilhelm. Köln December 1962. 26 double (folded) + 24 pp. + loose pamflet "FesTum Fluxorum"

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        Ivresse. La vigne. Le vin. Lithographies originales de Hans Erni.

      CLXI S., (VII) S. Mit 60 teils doppelblattgrossen Originallithographien. Lose in illustierter Chemise, in Halbpergamentdecke in Leinwandschuber. Eines von 201 numerierten Exemplaren auf Vélin d'Arches, von André und Pierre Gonin und von Hans Erni im Kolophon handschriftlich signiert (GA 230 Ex. + 50 Ex. h.c.). - Schuberkanten schwach berieben.

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        3 Manuscript Letters, 3 Correspondence Cards and 2 Postcards, sent to the poet and photographer Lütfi Özkök.

      3 letters, 3 correspondence cards and 2 postcards, dating from 1962 to 1995, all of them in handwriting and in French. 5 of the envelopes are preserved. 1: Letter with envelope, 14 lines. Dated Paris 6/1/69. Chipped in the margin. 2: Letter without envelope, 22 lines, dated Paris 5th July 1980. 3: Correspondence card dated Paris 2.1.87. 6 lines. With envelope. 4: Correspondence card dated Salses 6 Sept. 1988. 9 lines. With envelope. 5: Postcard dated New York 15.9.88, 12 lines. 6: Correspondence card dated Salses 4 Oct. 1988. 13 lines. With envelope. 7: Postcard sent from Osaka, postmarked 3 Nov. 1989. 4 lines. 8: Letter dated Paris 8 April 95. 20 lines. With the lot come 2 postcards from Simon's Finnish mistress Eva Reenpää, both in Swedish. The first is dated Salses 13.9.85, 13 lines. Signed and with a greeting by Simon. The second is dated Salses 1.10.85 and concerns a trip to Barcelona, 18 lines. Signed and with a greeting by Simon. In the letters Simon mainly writes about photos and his many travels. In the card dated 4 Oct. 1988, he says: ''It's good to be sentimental (So am I, foolish enough), in a world that no longer seems to know no other laws than the will to rule.''

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        Autograph Note, Signed, to Alfred Eisenstaedt. [With, on verso:] GRAVES, Robert. Autograph Note, Signed ("Robert Graves. Dey&#143;, Mallorca, July 31 1962") [and:] HEARD, Pierce A. Autograph Note, Signed ("Pierce A Hearn 2 August 1962 Mallorca")

      n.p. n.d. n.p., n.d.. 8-3/4 x 6-1/4 inches. Fine . A wonderful note from the founder of Time and Life magazines, publishing magnate Henry R. Luce, to the photographer whose work for Life magazine documented the great events and legendary faces of the mid-twentieth century: "To Alfred Eisenstaedt -"I am proud to join the parade of people whom you have made famous - and proudest of all to think that I had a part in starting the parade. And this I must tell you over again - and now for the record - that LIFE owes a great debt to you, which you make it easy for us to repay by going along with us with such good cheer. All thanks and Long life to Eisie "May 16, '61Henry R. Luce"

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        VITRAUX POUR JÉRUSALEM. Introduction et notes de Jean Leymarie..

      André Sauret, Monte Carlo, 1962. In French. 211 p. Clothbinding with dustwrapper. Richly illustrated. Dustwrapper slightly rubbed on the edges. Else fine

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        Obscur Laurier. Eau-forte de Joan Miró. Paris. GLM (Guy Lévis Mano) 1962. 24,5 x 17 cm. 24 lose eingelegte Blätter. Originalbroschur..

      Originalausgabe. Cramer, Miró, the illustrated books 75. Eins von 200 numerierten Exemplaren auf Vélin de Rives, mit einer Originalfarbradierung von Joan Miró als Frontispiz. Die Radierung von Miró eigenhändig am rechten, unteren Rand signiert. Tadelloses Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Günter Linke]
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