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        The Thin Red Line

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1962 - almost GIFT QUALITY as pictured First edition Very good condition hard cover nice dust jacket, minor wear to edges, slight fade to spine , no nicks or tears , 5.95 price present , 4 reviews rear panel gently read clean pages inscribed by James Jones dated 1962 First Edition. First edition, first printing, with the with A-6.62 H on copyright page p page [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ocean Tango Books]
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        Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present

      New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, 1962. First trade edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Pictures by Maurice Sendak.. Thin oblong 8vo. Unpaginated. Illustrated throughout in color. Pictorial boards and endpapers. A fine copy. The dustwrapper is the first state with the $2.95 price present , 40-80 at the bottom, and with four reviews of Zolotow's other books on the rear flap. Inscribed by Zolotow on the reverse of the front free endpaper "To Joyce - ....." Both the book and the dustwrapper are fine with only a trace of wear at the edges. Hanrahan, A52. Caldecott Honor Book.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        Chinese Porcelains, Including the Superlative Kuan Yin and Child. Parke-Bernet [Sotheby's] Auction Catalogue

      New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., 1962 [Sotheby's] - Octavo, 26.8*18.5cm, 78p. Includes 195 lots. Profusely illustrated. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chinese Art Books]
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        Sämtliche Werke. (10 von 22 Bdn.).

      München, Hanser, 1962-75 8°, ca. 8000 S., OLdr.(hellgrün). Kopfgoldschnitt mit Transp.-OU, Transp.-OU mit Randläsuren, Rücken etwas beschienen, sonst schönes Exemplare. Schöne dekorative Werkausgabe die erst nach dem Ableben des ursprünglichen Sammlers fertiggestellt wurde. darum nicht komplett. Abt. I. (fehlend Bd. 5 u. 7): Romane. Erzählungen. Gedichte. - Bd.1. (Grete Minde. - Ellernklipp. - Quitt - Unterm Birnbaum. - Schach v.Wuthenow. - Graf Petöfy.); Bd. 2. (L`Adultera. - Cécile. - Irrungen Wirrungen. - Stine. - Unwiederbringlich.); Bd.3. (Vor dem Sturm.- Anm.); Bd.4. (Effi Briest.- Frau Jenny Treibel.- Die Poggenpuhls.- Mathilde Möhring.); Bd. 6. (Balladen. Lieder. Sprüche.- Gelegenheitsgedichte.- Frühe Gedichte.- Versuche u. Fragmente.- Anh.); Abt. II. (compl.): Bde. I - III: Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg; Abt. III. (fehlend: Bd. 2. Theaterkritiken.; Bd.3. II Teilbd.; Bd. 4. 5): Aufsätze. Kritiken. Erinnerungen.: Bd.1. Aufsätze und Aufzeichnungen; Bd. 3: Reiseberichte und Tagebücher. I. Teilbd.: Reiseberichte. Abteilung IV (fehlend alle 6 Bände): Briefe. Register. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Deutsche Literatur Gesamtausgaben

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        Paisajes de China: Seleccionados por la redacción de Fotografías de China / (Chinese Scenery)

      Ediciones en Lenguas Extranjeras, Pekin (Beijing) 1962 - Oblong quarto (9 1/2 x 10 1/4"). [4]pp (Title and Introduction); [48]pp (Plates); [2]pp. Original photo-illustrated dust-jacket over blind wrappers.Illustrated with 48 striking photogravures (13 in full color) depicting some of the most spectacular and dizzying views of China, this scarce Spanish-language photo-book* takes us on a journey filled with the richness and diversity of its landscapes and culture.Dust-jacket partly rubbed along edges, with close tear and minor chipping at head of spine. Text in Spanish. Dust-jacket in overall good, wrappers and interior in very good condition. * The book is not in Parr, and OCLC indicates only three libraries worlwide owning it. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        Poor Old Tired Horse (P.O.T.H) Complete Set, 1 - 25

      Wild Hawthorn Press, Edinburgh 1962 - Complete set of all published issues of the important poetry periodical P.O.T.H (Poor Old Tired Horse), April 1962 - c. November 1967. A fine and exceptionally rare complete run of Finlay's ambitious, innovative, internationalist and influential periodical. Formats and sizes vary. Published, edited and with contributions by Ian Hamilton Finlay. The first issue of Poor.Old.Tired.Horse (also known as POTH) appeared shortly after Finlay had established his Wild Hawthorn Press. Often printed in an edition of 350 copies (some printed in editions of between 350 and 750). Contents include: No. 1 - April 1962, offset, folded. 4pp. Contributors: Pete Brown; Fyodor Tyutchev (trans. Edwin Morgan); Anselm Hollo; Alan Riddell; Gael Turnbull; Lorine Niedecker; Tatsuji Miyoshi; and Ian Hamilton Finlay. Minor crease to top right corner, otherwise fine. No. 2 - Summer 1962, offset, folded. 4pp. Contributors: Tuomas Anhava (trans. Anselm Hollo); Vladimir Mayakovsky (trans. Edwin Morgan); Shimpei Kusano (trans. Cid Corman); Jerome Rothenberg; George Mackay Brown; Gerry A. Zdanowicz; Lesley Lendrum; Cid Corman; Attila Jozsef (trans. Edwin Morgan); and Dave Ball. Near fine. No. 3 - 1962, offset, folded. 4pp. Contributors: Robert Garioch; Jonathan Williams; Guillaume Apollinaire (trans. Dave Ball); César Lopez Nunez (trans. Jim Haynes); Veng; Larry Eigner; R. Crombie Saunders; Libby Houston; Edwin Morgan; Giacomo Leopardi (trans. Edwin Morgan); and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Near Fine. No. 4 - 1962, offset, folded. 4pp. Contributors: Georg Trakl (trans. Jay Corbett); Spike Hawkins; Heinrich von Morungen (trans. Anselm Hollo); J.F. Hendry; Helen B. Cruickshank; Tom McGrath; Bernard Kops; Alexander McNeish; Suzan Livingstone; and Lorine Niedecker. Near Fine. No. 5 - 1962, offset, folded. 4pp. + inserted sheet (folded) printing a poem by William McGonagall and a linocut by Alexander McNeish. Contributors: Andrei Voznesensky (trans. Edwin Morgan); e.e. cummings; Alan Riddell; Vasko Popa (trans. J.F. Hendry); Pete Brown; Tao Chien (trans. Cid Corman); Armand Schwerner; Hans Arp (trans. Jerome Rothenberg); Pablo Neruda (trans. Jerome Rothenberg); Theodore Enslin; Pekka Lounela (trans. Anselm Hollo); Robert Garioch; and Marvin Malone. Small splash marks to first page; small blemish to fourth page, o/w Very Good plus; insert Fine. No. 6 - March 1963, offset, folded. 4pp. Contributors: Bernard Kops; Larry Eigner; J.F. Hendry; Attila Jozsef (trans. J.F. Hendry and Edwin Morgan); Louis Zukofsky; Mary Ellen Solt; Günter Grass (trans. Jerome Rothenberg); Michael Shayer; Spike Hawkins; Marcelo Moura; Pedro Xista; and Augusto de Campos. Near Fine, with printed slip inserted announcing that "From now on, P.O.T.H. will contain graphic art as well as poetry". No. 7 - Spring 1963, offset, folded. 4pp. + inserted sheet. Contributors: Kurt Schwitters (trans. Lesley Lendrum); Paul Celan (trans. Helmut Bonheim); Robert Creeley; Piero Heliczer; Mario Trufelli (trans. Cid Corman); Andrei Voznesensky (trans. Edwin Morgan); Crombie Saunders; Paul Blackburn; Richard Huelsenbeck (trans. Jerome Rothenberg); Robert Simmons; Hamish McLaren; Bud Neill; Fernano Lemos; and Alexander McNeish. Fine. No. 8 - August 1963, B/w offset, folded. 4pp. Contributors: Ian Hamilton Finlay; Peter Stitt; Yury Pankratov (trans. Edwin Morgan); Andrei Voznesensky (trans. Edwin Morgan and Anselm Hollo); El Lissitsky; A. Khlebnikov (trans. J.F. Hendry and Edwin Morgan); Spike Hawkins; Jonathan Williams; Alexander Tvardovskii (trans. J.F. Hendry); and Mary Ellen Solt. Near Fine. No. 9 - September 1963, offset, folded. 4pp. Contributors: Paul Fort (trans. Nicole Rabetaud); Lorine Niedecker; Ronald Johnson; Rocco Scotellaro (trans. Cid Corman); Libby Houston; John Gray; and Paulo Marcos de Andrade (trans. Augusto de Campos). Faint, old central horizontal fold, o/w Near Fine. List of Wild Hawthorn publications inserted. No. 10 - October/ November 1963]). Red offset, stapled. 8pp. + inserted sheet. Contributors

      [Bookseller: William Allen Word & Image]
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        Signed and inscribed photograph.

      No place, c. 1962. - 265:204 mm. Black-and-white studio portrait of v. Braun in a suit jacket before a curtain, signed on the image. - Accompanied by a letter from Bart J. Slattery Jr. at NASA in Huntsville, Alabama, fulfilling the request for a signed photograph. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        SATURA. Edizione per nozze.

      Verona, Officina Bodoni, 1962. In-8 p. (mm. 238x159), legatura edit. in mz. pergamena e cartonato, fregio dorato al piatto, pp. 16,(2). "Rara e preziosa edizione" non venale, che comprende 5 poesie. In ‘Nota' (posta al fine) si legge: “All'infuori di "Minstrels", che fu pubblicata con altro titolo nella prima edizione degli "Ossi di seppia" e sparve nelle stampe successive, queste vecchie e nuove poesie erano finora inedite”. Cfr. Gambetti / Vezzosi, p. 552: “Edizione che anticipa solo il titolo della successiva raccolta, nella quale confluirà solo una di queste poesie ("Botta e risposta"). Molto ricercata. Montale distribuì agli amici queste 5 poesie in un'edizione di circa 30 copie dattiloscritte e numerate”. Cfr. anche Mardersteig,128: “Edizione privata, stampata in 150 esemplari su carta a tino Magnani, per le nozze di Alessandra Fagiuoli e Gabriele Crespi, celebrate a Formia il 22 Dicembre 1962”. Al risguardo, dedica autografa della sposa Alessandra al poeta Libero de Libero. Esempl. molto ben conservato.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        The Snowy Day.

      New York: Viking Press, 1962. First edition, fifth printing. Quarto, original pictorial boards as issued. Signed by Ezra Jack Keats on the half-title page. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. A beautiful example of this classic in children's literature, rare signed. After serving in World War II, Ezra Jack Keats returned to New York and started a career in illustration, working first in the comic industry, and then working for such publications as Reader's Digest, The New York Times Book Review, and Collier's. In the 1950s Keats started illustrating dust jackets, and when one book cover caught the eye of an editor of youth literature, Keats was soon commissioned to illustrate children's books. Keats started solely as an illustrator for the work of other authors. But he soon observed that few children's books showcased an African-American or other minority child as the main character. Published in 1962, The Snowy Day was the first book Keats both authored and illustrated, and was a milestone for featuring the first African-American protagonist in a full-color picture book. "None of the manuscripts I'd been illustrating featured any black kids--except for token blacks in the background. My book would have him there simply because he should have been there all along." It went on to win the 1963 Caldecott Medal, has remained a deeply loved and profoundly influential book. Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named the book one of its Teachers Top 100 Books for Children. In 2012 it was ranked number five among the Top 100 Picture Books in a survey published by School Library Journal.

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        THE GOLDEN NOTEBOOK

      London : Michael Joseph, 1962. First Edition, first printing, in the first state dust-jacket with the photograph of Lessing on the rear panel. 568 pages. Publisher's original black cloth, dust-jacket slightly rubbed and chipped at the top of the spine. An about VG copy.

      [Bookseller: Worlds End Bookshop (ABA, PBFA, ILAB)]
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        The Man in the High Castle

      G P Putnam's Sons, New York 1962 - A near fine 1st impression in a near fine dustwrapper. 'TMITHC', $3.95 & '1062' all present on front flap and printer's code of 'D36' on page 239. Yellow edgestain to top of text block. lightly pushed to head and tail of spine with a little corresponding creasing to dustwrapper which is complete but has small signs of wear to the corners and scuffing to front panel and a little fading to spine. Ownership signature to rear endpaper which is partially obscured by rear flap. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fiction First]
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        RAYMOND CHANDLER ON WRITING [wrapper title]

      [Boston]: Houghton Mifflin, 1962. [23],[1]pp. Printed wrappers. A couple of small flecks to rear wrapper and last leaf inherent in paper, but a fine copy. First edition. A separately published excerpt from RAYMOND CHANDLER SPEAKING, distributed as a publisher's promotional, number of copies unknown. Uncommon. BRUCCOLI A12.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Where Witchcraft Lives.

      London: The Aquarian Press,, 1962. Octavo. Original pale grey boards, title gilt to spine. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in a very slightly rubbed, but unclipped, jacket. First edition, first impression of the first book by "the mother of modern pagan witchcraft" (ODNB), most likely early state binding with the blocking in gilt rather than black. Doreen Valiente (1922–1999) became interested in the occult as a child, and was a practising clairvoyant by the time she was a teenager. In 1953, after reading an article on modern witchcraft, she joined Gerald Gardener's coven, and eventually became high priestess but left after the two had a falling-out in 1957, and ran her own coven until the early 1960s. In addition to serving as a leader of British neo-paganism, Valiente wrote "some of the major works of Wicca, including the enduring version of the most important, The Charge of the Goddess" (ODNB), and three other important books, "which established her as a public figure. In the first, An ABC of Witchcraft Past and Present (1973), she provided her own history of witchcraft; the second, Natural Magic (1975), was a handbook of practical magic; and the third, Witchcraft for Tomorrow (1978), was a book of ritual for witches who wished to set up their own covens" (ODNB). The present work is a survey of historical and contemporary witchcraft practices in Sussex, and is uncommon in the dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Die Puppe

      Gerhardt Verlag 1962 - 61/2x81/4 softcover; orig. black wrappers, title on ft. with a tinted photo pasted on. Title on spine and small white spiral design on back. Wraps undamaged;orig. clear jacket sl. rubbed and a little clouded on spine. Volume complete and intact. Illus. with drawings and tipped-in colored photos of bizarre, contorted puppets. No. 359 of a limited ed. of 2,000. Verso of back wrap has small art book store tag bottom inner corner. pp.190. Bellmer was a German artist best-know for the dolls of pubescent girls he created during the 1930's. They appear as the tipped-in plates in this volume, often dismembered or in grotesque positions. This German language volume is rather scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gunstock Hill Books]
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        The Lives and Times of Archy & Mehitabel

      Doubleday & Company, Inc, Garden City, NY 1962 - White wrote a 7-page introduction to this edition [HallB8], xxvii-xxiv, that is missing. Small typed note, laid in, signed by White "EBW," indicates that "My introduction has been clipped from this book. I probably used it as copy when I was putting together 'The Second Tree from the Corner.'" This would make sense in that "Second Tree was published in 1954, but in 1952 White also published "Charlotte's Web." From the Estate of Joel (1930-1997) & Allene White. xv, 477 pp. 8vo. Dust jacket has light chips and tears, spine is faded from sunning, beginning to split at lower left hinge along spine, price clipped, now in mylar cover. Black cloth boards with gray printed title block on spine. Clean, crisp copy. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Artisan Books & Bindery, ABAA/ILAB]
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        26 Etchings by Shelly Fink

      Alford, MA, 1962. Fink, Sheldon. Small quarto. 28ff. One of forty copies. Etched title page and twenty-six fine etchings by Fink, ranging thematically from portraits to botany, to insects. Many of Fink's etchings have a decidedly Baskinesque aesthetic, but Fink's circle centered primarily in New York, where he was friendly with Jack Levine and Raphael Soyer. For this collection, Fink commissioned Royall Moore to create paper with a high linen count, and this was the subject of a Popular Mechanics article in 1965. Moore, who was described in the article as an "inventive Yankee," was a carpenter by trade, and made all the equipment himself. The binding for this edition was executed by Arno Werner, who bound it in full deerskin with a hubbed spine and decorations printed in black on the upper cover and spine. Werner also presumably made the marbled endpapers, which also decorate the deerskin-backed folding case. Some minor wear to extremtites of the box, otherwise fine and bright.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Festum Fluxorum! Poesie, Musique et Antimusique Evenèmentielle et Concrète - Original Fluxus Poster

      Paris: George Manciunas, 1962. Broadside. Very Good +. Paris: George Manciunas, 1962. Very Good +. Maciunas, George. Festum Fluxorum! Poesie, Musique et Antimusique Evenèmentielle et Concrète. Paris: Advertising flyer designed by George Manciunas for his December 1962 Fluxfest at the American Students & Artists Center in Paris. Broadside, 9 1/16 by 12 3/4-inches, black ink on white paper. Paper is yellowed with a tiny chip at the upper left corner, a quarter-inch closed tear on the top edge, and a couple of minute chips on the left edge by the “F” in “Festum.” Advertising seven concerts over six days, this early event featured the foundations of the Fluxus movement: Jackson Mac Low, Dick Higgins, George Maciunas, George Brecht, La Monte Young, John Cage, Nam June Paik, and many more. Brion Gysin also made an appearance on the sixth day. A stunning early Fluxus artifact in remarkable condition. (Fondazione Bonotto FX0452) No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB, IOBA) is an open shop dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. <br/><br/>

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        College Admissions and the Stability of Marriage

      , 1962. 1962. First Edition . GALE, David and SHAPLEY, Lloyd.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books ]
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        tentoonstelling nul

      - Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 1962. 26 x 19 cm, softcover. Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam Vat. 299. Important and historic Zero exhibition, although not well received in that time. The catalogue open into a poster 102 x 70 cm; one side shows the works of the participating artists, the other side articles on the nul - Zero movement. Arman, Armando, Bury, Fontana, Kusama, Manzoni, Peeters, Schoonhoven, Uecker, Verheyen a.o. Absolutely mint copy of this rare document. NUL nul plus nul is nul.

      [Bookseller: De blinde reiziger]
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        Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

      Atheneum, 1962 A near fine first edition (stated on the copyright page) in a near fine price-clipped dust jacket, SIGNED by Edward Abbey on the title page. Previous owner's bookplate on front free endpaper. Housed in a protective slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        THE GENETIC CODE I, II, III. Three Offprints from Scientific American

      San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1962. Original Wrappers. Quarto. FIRST AND THIRD OFFPRINTS SIGNED ON FRONT WRAPPERS BY FRANCIS H. C. CRICK without personalization. SECOND OFFPRINT SIGNED AND INSCRIBED "WITH BEST WISHES" ON FRONT WRAPPER BY MARSHALL W. NIRENBERG without personalization. Three offprints in original printed wrappers from Scientific American, October 1962, Vol. 207, No. 4 pp. 66-74, Scientfic American, March 1963 and Scientific American, October 1966, Vol. 215, No. 4 pp. 55-62. First and third offprints in fine condition. Second offprint in very good condition, three hole punched and with ink stamps front wrapper. Housed in custom half calf and marbled boards clamshell box. John Watson, Francis Crick, and Maurice Wilkins were awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material"

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ]
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        THREE ERFURT TALES 1497-1498. TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH BY DR. ARNOLD H. PRICE WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY LESSING J. ROSENWALD

      [North Hills]: Bird & Bull Press, 1962. Gilt cloth. Woodcut illustrations. One of 310 numbered copies. Minor rubbing at tips, a couple stray marks to rear cover, else fine. The third book of the press. TAYLOR A3.

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        The Jerusalem Windows

      New York: George Braziller Inc. in Association with Horizon Magazine, 1962. Undetermined. near fine. 1st Trade Edition In English. [1-10], 11-210, [4]pp. Folio. Illustrated dust jacket over red cloth boards with titles in gilt to spine and front board. Boards just lightly rubbed. Jacket with a few spots of discrete professional restoration and some light shelfwear. Upper corner of front flap of jacket clipped. Elegant and moving gift inscription on the ffep, dated in the year of publication, from a son to his parents to "mark the end of a year of tumult". Else internally clean. near fine A beautiful art book commemorating the stained glass windows Marc Chagall designed for the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem. The twelve original windows, each symbolizing one of the Tribes of Israel, are reproduced herein in full colour with additional preparatory sketches and drawings depicted. Also included are two original lithographs by Chagall created especially for this book. A beautiful book by a modern master. 1962

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        THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE

      Geoffrey Bles, London 1962 - Sixth Impression. Octavo; pale blue cloth, with titles stamped in silver on spine; dustjacket; 173pp; illus. Trivial wrinkle to cloth at crown, touch of foxing to upper edge of text, with faint evidence of a tiny booksellers ticket discreetly removed from front endpaper; text is clean throughout - very Near Fine. Dustjacket is price-clipped, trace of foxing along flap edges, with a few pinpoint rubs and three tears discreetly tape mended on verso; Very Good+ to Near Fine - quite attractive, without the usual heavy toning to spine panel. Lewis' most beloved novel, a perennial favorite among generations of children and basis for a number of film adaptations.

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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        We Seven

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1962. 1st. Cloth. Collectible; Very Good/Fine. SIGNED BY ASTRONAUT SCOTT CARPENTER on the half-title. A handsome copy to boot of the 1962 stated 1st printing. Clean, tightly-bound and VG+ in a bright, price-intact, Near Fine dustjacket. Octavo, 352 pgs. Tasteful former owner bookplate to front blank endpaper. Signed by Author.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA ]
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        Fishing Village, Nova Scotia.

      1962. 1962 - Lithograph. 390 x 187 mm. Edition of 20. Signed and dated in pencil, lower right.From the collection of the Sylvan Cole Gallery. Flint, no.256. Matted. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        THE DROWNED WORLD

      London: Gollancz 1962 - A 'Twickenham Technical College Library' copy in a very good plus, price-intact '15/- net' dust-wrapper (no fade to pink spine lettering or yellow paper; very slight dustiness; minuscule corner chips; faint mark to lower front flap fold; a few tears held on the verso with archival tissue tape, the longest of which is at the lower left corner of the front panel and extending to the spine). The book is tidy and clean (page edges tanned) and would also be very good plus except for a few library-related flaws: unnecessary strengthening to endpapers and following pages; label residue to upper left of ffep, stamp to copyright page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mark Sutcliffe, Ltd., P.B.F.A.]
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        Reader's Theater Presents 3 of J.D.

      University of Texas], [Austin 1962 - Mimeograph program. Single sheet folded once to form four pages. A bit toned with a a couple very tiny spots and wear at two corners, near fine. A program for a Reader's Theater performance, which involved students reading directly from a script without costumes or sets and encourages them to use expressive voices and gestures. This performance included excerpts from the short stories "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut" and "Zooey" as well as *The Catcher in the Rye*. A note at the bottom of the third page mentions a special thanks to "Professor Andreas Brown for making his collection of Salinger material available to us for display." Brown was owner of Gotham Book Mart in Manhattan (a store frequented by Salinger) and for a time during the 1960s also a professor at the University of Texas. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Gaston Chaissac. L'Homme du Point du Jour (1958). Photographies de Gilles Ehrmann. Suivi d'un extrait de Belvédère par André Breton.- Exemplaire de tête avec une photographie originale en couleurs signée de Gilles Ehrmann.

      Edition originale, tirage limité à 310 exemplaires, un des 10 ex. de tête sur japon impérial nacré, marqués I à X (celui-ci III) enrichis d'une photographie originale en couleurs (Péret et Chaissac) numérotée et signée Gilles Ehrmann (par convention expresse avec l'auteur aucune épreuve supplémentaire de ce tirage inédit n'étant réalisée).- Seuls les 200 premiers exemplaires numérotés de luxe de l'édition originale (Le Temps, 1962) des "Inspirés et leurs Demeures" de Gilles Ehrmann, préfacée par André Breton, comportaient le texte inédit de Benjamin Péret envoyé à Chaissac en août 1958, ainsi que des textes de Ghérasim Luca et Claude Tarnaud. La nouvelle édition du texte de Péret (accompagné d'un extrait de Belvédère de Breton) par Sébastien Petibon, (L'Or du Temps, 2000) est précédée d'un avant-propos, prière d'insérer, de Charles Soubeyran qui évoque la rencontre de Chaissac avec le photographe Gilles Ehrmann et présente des photos de Chaissac par Gilles Ehrmann qui ne sont pas dans l'édition de 1962. L'invitation ill. à l'exposition des photographies par la Galerie l'Or du Temps, 30 nov. 2000 - 13 janvier 2001 est jointe

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        QUANTITIES. POEMS

      Wesleyan University Press (1962), Middletown, CT - Poet's first book, the issue in wraps. INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the half-title page to the poet William Meredith: "For William/and, I hope,/some qualities in these/early efforts, and subsequent/affections and admirations/with all that has ensued,/gratefully/Richard/'83/Institute of Academy of Arts & Letters." Additionally SIGNED on the title page by Bernard Malamud: "For a dear sweet man/and good friend/an outsider/Bern." Meredith has written in pencil near Malamud's inscription an explanation of how he was seated near Howard when he inscribed the book. Laid in is a brief TYPED LETTER SIGNED from Malamud apologizing for signing the book. Some dust spotting to top edge. Near Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Gambit: A Nero Wolfe Novel

      THE VIKING PRESS, INC., NEW YORK, NY 1962 - Ex library copy. the only sign of being an ex library is the pocket in the rear of the book has been removed leaving the residue and on page 187 has perforated library stamp. Pictorial dust jacket: mild book, shelf, edge wear, rubs, corner bumps, mild discoloration, soil marks, sun-faded spine, few tears. Boards: title on spine, mild wear, edge wear, some discoloration to edges. Tinted top edges. Dust jacket excerpt, "In Rex Stout's latest full-length mystery, the victim is a mental freak--a man capable of successfully playing a dozen simultaneous chess games against first-rate players while he himself is out of sight of any of the boards." DATE PUBLISHED: 1962 EDITION: FIRST ED 188 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        QUANTITIES. POEMS&#11;

      Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, (1962). First Edition. Softcover. Some dust spotting to top edge. Near Fine. Poet's first book, the issue in wraps. INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the half-title page to the poet William Meredith: "For William/and, I hope,/some qualities in these/early efforts, and subsequent/affections and admirations/with all that has ensued,/gratefully/Richard/'83/Institute of Academy of Arts & Letters." Additionally SIGNED on the title page by Bernard Malamud: "For a dear sweet man/and good friend/an outsider/Bern." Meredith has written in pencil near Malamud's inscription an explanation of how he was seated near Howard when he inscribed the book. Laid in is a brief TYPED LETTER SIGNED from Malamud apologizing for signing the book.

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        THE COLOSSUS And Other Poems.

      First American edition, first printing. Inscribed presentation copy. Original green cloth with dark green titles to the spine, the author's initials blind stamped to the upper board, in dustwrapper. Red top-stain. Housed in a purpose made quarter black morocco solander case, with titles in gilt to the spine. An excellent near fine copy, the binding clean and square with a few millimetres of fading to the bottom of the spine. The contents are entirely complete, without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps, with light offsetting to the front free endpaper otherwise clean and bright throughout. Complete with the original rubbed and nicked dustwrapper which has small chips to the spine and some toning and tea splashes to the rear panel. Inscribed by the author in black ink on the front free endpaper "For Winifred & Garnett / with warmest / good wishes - / Sylvia / Court Green: 1962".A rare and moving presentation copy, inscribed by Sylvia Plath to her friend and close confidant Winifred Davies. On moving to the ramshackle thatched house Court Green, North Tawton in September 1961, a pregnant Sylvia quickly formed a close friendship with the midwife who delivered her son Nicholas. Living only three houses away, Winifred was a constant support to Sylvia and also her mother Aurelia (who lodged with Winifred when visiting Sylvia during July and August 1962, and relied on Winifred for updates on Sylvia's situation after returning to America). It was during this period -- from September 1961 to December 1962, that Sylvia wrote most of the Ariel poems and finished editing her novel The Bell Jar. When Sylvia and the children moved to London in December 1962, Winifred's son Garnett lived close by, visiting on several occasions, the last in early February for a lunch invitation, to be informed on arrival that Sylvia had died three days before.

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        The Colossus and Other Poems

      New York Alfred A. Knopf 1962 First American Edition (so stated) of the poet's first collection, published one year before her death (and two years after the London edition). Tall, slim 8vo: [xii],83,[5]pp. Publisher's finely woven emerald-green cloth, spine lettered in black, Plath's monogram in blind to upper cover, top edge stained red, fore-edge untrimmed; blue typographic dust jacket lettered in white, priced $4.00, with correct "0562" publisher's code bottom of front flap. Fine and apparently unread. Fine In 1959, after a stay at the Yaddo writer's colony, Plath and her husband, the poet Ted Hughes, returned to London. The following year, their first child, Frieda, was born, and Plath published this first book of poetry. "Neglected in its own day and even in ours, [The Colossus] brims with important and powerful poems. . . . set[ting] forth most of Plath's characteristic concerns and styles. They express a confusion about women's roles in relation to male control, a sense of marginality and inner contradiction, a struggle with low self-esteem combined with egotism, a horror at historical catastrophe, a paranoid dread of the social and physical environment, and an overwhelming desire for poetic voice." (Literary Encyclopedia) Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        While Gene Sarazen and Byron Nelson are filming one of "Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf" matches at the Hague in the Netherlands, Sarazen pens a letter to golf promoter, Fred Corcoran.

      The Netherlands: , June 10, 1962. The Netherlands, June 10, 1962. 6.25" X 8.25". "Autograph Letter Signed, â€

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        Plakat - Hero - Patatli. Offset.

      Aarau, A. Trüeb & Cie 1962 - 128 x 90,5 cm, Zustand A Der Schriftzug des Hero-Signets stammt vermutlich von Wilhelm Kienzle (um 1910). Die eigenwillige Ausbildung des "r" lässt an eine geöffnete Konservedose denken. 900 gr. Schlagworte: Plakate - Konsumwerbung

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        FILM-DIENST - 11 Jahrgänge (siehe Beschreibung)

      11 komplette Jahrgänge: 1962 - 1972, plus neun Einzelausgaben 1955/56 und die dazu gehörigen Jahresverzeichnisse 1962-72 der ältesten deutschen Publikation von wöchentlichen Filmrezensionen. ALLE Jahrgänge (bis auf 1972) in Ringbuchmappen. Insgesamt wohl weit über 7000 SEITEN! - Ferner dabei: "Filme 1965-70", Filmografien der Regisseure, Festivals, Preise, Jahrgangsverzechnuisse. - Alles in allem eine Fundgrube an Informationen für Cineasten, Filmachive, -historikler und -wissenschaftler, etc. - Das Foto zeigt nur eine der Ringbuchmappen und den Band "Filme 1965-70".

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        THE GENETIC CODE I, II, III Three Offprints from Scientific American

      San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1962. Original Wrappers. Quarto. FIRST AND THIRD OFFPRINTS SIGNED ON FRONT WRAPPERS BY FRANCIS H. C. CRICK without personalization. SECOND OFFPRINT SIGNED AND INSCRIBED "WITH BEST WISHES" ON FRONT WRAPPER BY MARSHALL W. NIRENBERG without personalization. Three offprints in original printed wrappers from Scientific American, October 1962, Vol. 207, No. 4 pp. 66-74, Scientfic American, March 1963 and Scientific American, October 1966, Vol. 215, No. 4 pp. 55-62. First and third offprints in fine condition. Second offprint in very good condition, three hole punched and with ink stamps front wrapper. Housed in custom half calf and marbled boards clamshell box. John Watson, Francis Crick, and Maurice Wilkins were awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material"

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