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        Original Associated Press teletype reports of the Kennedy assassination

      , 1963. 1963. (KENNEDY ASSASSINATION). Original Associated Press teletype reports of the Kennedy assassination. Dallas, Texas: Associated Press, November 22, 1963. Original teletype rolls, divided into six sections; five approximately three feet long, one approximately 12 feet long. $12,500.Original Associated Press teletype from November 22, 1963 to March 1964, with breaking news of the Kennedy assassination, including reports of Kennedy's death, Mrs. Kennedy departing with her husband's body, the discovery of Oswald's sniper's nest, and Lyndon Johnson's inauguration.These reports are from the Associated Press, and originated from a business news reporting service. The first dispatch begins at approximately 1:55 pm EST, announcing: ""PRESIDENT KENNEDY WS SHOT TODAY… MRS KENNEDY JUMPED UP AND GRABBED MR KENNEDY SHE CRIED OH NO. THE MOTORCADE SPED ON KENNEDY WAS REPORTED TAKEN TO PARKLAND HOSPITAL… BELL REPORTED THREE SHOTS WERE FIRED… PANDEMONIUM BROKE LOSE… GOV JOHN B CONNALLY WAS ALSO CUT DOWN… CALL WAS ALSO SENT FOR A ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIEST… CONNALLY SUFFERED THREE WOUNDS… SECRET SERVICE SAID THE PRESIDENT REMAINED IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM… TWO PRIESTS WHO WERE WITH KENNEDY SAY HE IS DEAD… KENNEDY DIED OF A GUNSHOT WOUND IN THE BRAIN AT APPROXIMATELY 1 PM CST… WITNESS SAID HE SAW A GUN EMERGE FROM AN UPPER STORY OF A WAREHOUSE… THE TRANSPARENT PLASTIC ROOF OF THE VEHICLE HAD BEEN REMOVED… POLICE FOUND THE REMAINS OF FRIED CHICKEN… [MRS. KENNEDY] HAD NOT BEEN HYSTERICAL… A RIFLE HAD BEEN FOUND… THREE SPENT SHELLS NEARBY… POLICE TODAY SAID LEE H OSWALD… OSWALD WAS PULLED SCREAMING AND YELLING FROM THE TEXAS THEATER WAS THE PRIME SUSPECT… ACCUSED IN THE SLAYING OF A DALLAS POLICEMAN… [HE] WAS AN EMPLOYEE IN THE BUILDING WHERE A RIFLE WAS FOUND… THE BODY WILL BE TAKEN TO THE CAPITOL SUNDAY…"" More content describes Mrs. Kennedy departing with her husband's body, he discovery of Oswald's sniper's nest, Johnson being sworn-in as President, and so on. This teletype stands as an amazing historical record of one of the most tragic events in American history, allowing the reader to observe how the nation and the world learned the news

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        Frost.

      Frankfurt, Insel, 1963. - 8vo. 358 pp. Original cloth with blue spine label. First edition of Bernhard's first novel. Punningly inscribed to the Hamburg pianist Ingrid Bülau, who had studied with him at the Mozarteum in Salzburg: "Im Auto / vom Autor / für Ingrid / Thomas / Jänner 64 / Hbg." - Provenance: from the estate of the Frankfurt lawyer Wilhelm A. Schaaf (1929-2015), a specialist in economic, commercial and insolvency law. WG (2. ed.) 7. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        PROCEEDINGS OF THE ARISTOTELIAN SOCIETY New Series Vols. I-XXX.

      Johnson Reprint, NY 1963 - Complete set of Vols. 1-30 bound as 16 books. Ex-library hardcover books. Original cloth. Various library markings else clean tight books in very good condition. This is 1963 facsimile reprint of the original issues published between 1900-1930. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le poète et son ombre

      First edition, one of 135 numbered copies Hollande,this one 60 reserved for a club of bibliophiles, the only large paper copy.Illustrations.A good copy. Seghers Paris 1963 14,5x20,5cm en feuilles sous chemise et étui

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        Mandate for Change 1953-1956

      1963. First Edition . Signed. EISENHOWER, Dwight D. Mandate for Change 1953-1956. Garden City: Doubleday, 1963. Thick octavo, original blue cloth, cartographic endpapers, original dust jacket. $2700.First trade edition of the first volume of Eisenhower's presidential memoirs, inscribed on the dedication page entirely in his hand, ""For James J. M— with best wishes and affectionate regard from his friend, Dwight D. Eisenhower.""Mandate for Change, the first of Eisenhower's books on his presidency, covers the critical years of his first term, in which he dealt with issues such as the end of the Korean War, the Cold War, trouble in the Suez and the Rosenberg case. Preceded by the same year's signed limited edition. With over 30 pages of maps and photographic illustrations. Book fine, dust jacket with a bit of toning and creasing. A near-fine inscribed copy.

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        1964 Chevrolet Catalogue

      , 1963. 1963. (AUTOMOTIVE) GENERAL MOTORS. There's 5 in 64. Chevrolet. Chevelle. Chevy II. Corvair. Corvette. Detroit, Michigan: Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corporation, 1963. Oblong folio (12 by 14 inches), laminated plastic eight-ring binder, 112 pp.; spiral-bound fabric and paint samples affixed to interior of rear board. $1700.Vintage Chevrolet dealers

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        Buildings, Plans, and Designs

      1963. First Edition . Signed. WRIGHT, Frank Lloyd. Buildings, Plans, and Designs. New York: Horizon, (1963). Large folio (16 by 25-1/2 inches), 100 loose plates as issued in original half black cloth portfolio with ribbon ties, accompanying text in original self-wrappers; original corrugated shipping carton. $4500.First edition in English of Frank Lloyd WrightÂ’s first major publication, number 174B of 2600 copies—a grand portfolio of one hundred large folio plates of WrightÂ’s earliest designs, including the Frederick C. Robie house (1909), “the finest of the Prairie houses.”The first period of Wright's career ""was one of bold invention and public acclaim. It reached its climax in 1910 with the [German] publication of his architectural drawings in an extraordinary pair of portfolios."" The young architect had come to Europe in 1909, invited by the German publisher Wasmuth and Professor Kuno Francke for the purpose of a cultural and ""artistic interchange"" (Sweeney, xv-xx). Buildings, Plans and Designs remained for many years virtually unknown in America, because a fire in 1914 had destroyed, not only Wright's home at Taliesin, but also that portion of the 1910 printing intended for American distribution. Wright authorized the publication of this edition in 1958, just a year before his death. Included are designs for 70 buildings and projects between 1893 and 1909, including the W.H. Winslow house (1893), the Unity Temple at Oak Park (1906) and the Frederick C. Robie house (1909), which ""has generally been regarded as the finest of the Prairie Houses"" (Roth, 463). ""Entire schools of architectural design and thought were in many cases founded on individual buildings or ideas presented in this folio"" (Sweeney). Despite Wright's popularity and the number of intervening years, this American edition is preceded only by the German-language editions and an extremely scarce Japanese translation. Sweeney 87. A fine copy of an impressive production in original shipping carton.

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        One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich

      , 1963. 1963. First Edition . Signed. SOLZHENITSYN, Alexander. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1963. Octavo, original gray cloth, original dust jacket. $12,000.First edition in English of the Nobel Prize-winner's first published work, signed on the half title by Solzhenitsyn in Cyrillic, along with an inscription in English in an unidentified hand, ""For the C

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        1863-1963 "Year of Jubilee!" Art Calendar

      Illustrated calendar for the calendar year 1963, commemorating the centennial of the Emancipation Proclamation, put out by the Negro Museum with the tagline "Make Negro History Live!", containing a list of African independence dates, important dates in African American history, African proverbs, a list of "Negroes in Congress 1870-1959", the text of the Emancipation Proclamation, and 12 woodcut portraits of important historical figures accompanied by short biographies, including Frederick Douglass, Harriet Beecher Stowe, George Washington Carver, Harriet Tubman, and Alexander Dumas, artists include Bernard Goss, Margaret Burroughs, Joyce Gourfein, and others. Some soiling, small area of loss to front cover, some areas of loss and rust around staples, two pages loose. 8-1/2" x 11". Printed self-wrpps. Chicago (Ebony Museum of Negro History) 1962. Negro History Week was created in the United States in 1926 to coincide with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. Black History Month was first proposed in 1969 at Kent State, but was not nationally adopted in 1976, as part of the United States Bicentennial. The woodcuts in this calendar hearken back to the 1930s WPA Chicago woodcut style. One of the contributing artists, Bernard Goss, worked with the Illinois WPA Art Project and contributed work to the American National Negro Exposition in Chicago. His wife at the time, Margaret Taylor, later married Charles Burroughs, and together they co-founded the Ebony Museum of Negro History (now known as the DuSable Museum of African American History). Margaret and Charles compiled the artwork in this calendar. Very scarce; as of February 2017, WorldCat locates only one holding in the United States.

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        A Man and Two Women (RUTH FIRST AND JOE SLOVO'S COPY WITH THEIR SIGNATURE AND DORIS LESSING'S)

      MacGibbon and Kee Limited, London, England 1963 - 304 pp. 8vo - over 7

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        City Lights Journal (Volumes 1-4)

      City Lights Books 1963 - Issues 1-4, complete. All four issues signed by City Lights founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Additionally, the first issue is signed by Jack Hirschman; the fourth issue signed by Hirschman, Mendes Monsanto (editor) and Charles Bukowski biographer/friend Neeli Cherkovski. All first editions, although as per Cook issue three's two printings are indistinguishable. Very Good with light general wear, foxing to edge of page blocks, light reading creases to spine and several creases to wraps; Number 2 has a price blacked out on the front cover. A lovely set, housed in a custom black cloth slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Als twee druppels water. (Scenario naar de roman "De Donkere Kamer van Damocles" van W.F. Hermans.

      - Originele filmpromotieprospectus, Cineurope Film/ Hafbo, [1963], geniet/ in losse bladen zoals uitgegeven - bevattende: gestencilde synopsis (2 bladen); synopsis (variant, 1 blad); rolverdeling op geel papier; biografische lijst op groen papier (o.m. van W.F.H. en Fons Rademakers); lijst van technische medewerkers op roze papier (met o.m. Ed van der Elsken als ‘Assistent Camera, Stillfotograaf’); foto-ge

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        One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich

      1963. First Edition . Signed. SOLZHENITSYN, Alexander. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1963. Octavo, original gray cloth, original dust jacket. $12,000.First edition in English of the Nobel Prize-winner's first published work, signed on the half title by Solzhenitsyn in Cyrillic, along with an inscription in English in an unidentified hand, ""For the C— Family.""""The speech denouncing Stalin at the 22nd Communist Party Congress in 1961 emboldened Solzhenitsyn to submit One Day for publication to… the Moscow literary journal Novyi Mir. Premier Nikita Khrushchev piloted a special resolution through the Central Committee authorizing its publication; it appeared in November 1962, and Solzhenitsyn found himself catapulted to literary fame by his first published work, not only for its intrinsic merits but for the very fact that the government was allowing fictional treatment of a formerly forbidden topic, life in Stalin's forced-labor camps"" (Terras, Handbook of Russian Literature, 437). The novel was based on Solzhenitsyn's eight-year incarceration in a Kazakhstan labor camp. It is the first and perhaps the best example of this Nobel laureate's belief in ""the indivisibility of truth and 'the perception of world literature as the one great heart which beats for the concerns and misfortunes of our world'"" (Solzhenitsyn, Nobel prize acceptance speech, 1970). This, the first English translation, was faithful to the Russian original and necessarily included the ""deliberately muted themes"" resultant from Solzhenitsyn's self-censorship required for publication in the Soviet Union in 1962. Translated by Ralph Parker. With a foreword by Alexander Tvardovsky, the editor who accepted the novel for publication in Novyi Mir. Issued simultaneously in English and American trade editions. ""First Edition"" stated on copyright page. Lightest edge-wear to dust jacket. An about-fine signed copy.

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        Photograph

      1963. (KENNEDY, Jacqueline) SHAW, Mark. Gelatin silver print. New York: Mark Shaw, 1963. Black-and-white photographic print, measuring 10-1/2 by 10-1/2 inches, handsomely window matted and framed, entire piece measures 20 by 20 inches. $6200.Vintage photographic print, taken at the White House, depicting Jackie Kennedy sitting on the floor holding John Jr. and Caroline in her lap. Bears Shaw’s own studio stamp and “Private Print” on verso.Photographed early in Kennedy’s presidency, this image was evidently printed by photographer Mark Shaw in 1963, most likely in preparation for his book, The John F. Kennedys. The gelatin silver print shows Jackie Kennedy gently smiling while sitting on the floor of the White House nursery, dressed in a pale suit with her legs tucked under her, holding a laughing John Jr. in her lap and tucking Caroline against her side. “Just as Abraham Lincoln thought Mathew Brady’s photography won him the presidency, so Jackie Kennedy thought Mark Shaw’s pictures helped her husband win the 1960 election. ‘They really should be in the National Gallery!’ she enthused… Shaw was very much a part of Camelot and his most famous still photography is associated with that period” (Sullivan, 492). Shaw began his career as a fashion photographer for publications including Harper’s Bazaar, Mademoiselle, and LIFE Magazine. His talent for discovering new designers and trends caught the eye of Jackie Kennedy, who was growing increasingly visible as the wife of a senator and who was already on her way to becoming a style icon. In 1959, seeking to bolster JFK’s presidential campaign, the Kennedys agreed to let Shaw have unrestricted access to their home and lives in order to do a photo-essay for LIFE called A Frontrunner’s Wife. Shaw proved unintrusive, managing to take extraordinary candid shots that Jackie compared to the work of Caravaggio. Shaw quickly became a family friend and was a frequent guest in the Kennedy home. Allowed complete access to the family, Shaw began to take photographs of the Kennedys in Georgetown and in Washington; on vacation in Hyannis Port and elsewhere; and even in the White House once JFK was elected President. In 1964, the year after this print was produced, the image appeared as a half-tone in The John F. Kennedys, a photobook that Shaw compiled just after JFK’s assassination for Farrar, Straus as a tribute to the family he had grown to love. After JFK died, Shaw became quite protective of the Kennedy prints and put together just five complete albums of the photographs used in the books to be given to four members of the Kennedy family and Dr. Max Jacobson, Kennedy’s personal physician. As Shaw died unexpectedly in 1969 at the age of 47, Kennedy prints bearing his studio stamps are quite rare. Shaw studio stamp dated 1963 and “Private Print” stamp on verso. Pencil number on verso.A beautiful print. Beautifully matted and framed.

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        Original Dow Jones News Ticker teletype reports of the Kennedy assassination

      1963. (KENNEDY ASSASSINATION). Original Dow Jones News Ticker teletype reports of the Kennedy assassination. Dallas: Dow Jones, November 22-23, 1963. Dow Jones News Ticker teletype printed in blue ink on transparent cellophane, 10 sheets, each 5-3/4 inches wide of varying lengths, cut from one 5-3/4-inch wide roll of cellophane teletype, approximately 35 feet in length. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $7500.Rare original Dow Jones News Ticker teletype reporting the events of November 22nd from his assassination to the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald—on transparent cellophane used to project the news on large screens on the floors of the Stock Exchanges as well as in stock broker offices.These historic sheets recount the events of the Kennedy assassination, as they are occurring. The Dow Jones News Ticker was printed on two types of machines, hard copies and transparent cellophane for projection machines. While hard copies of AP, UPI, and Dow Jones teletype have been on the market before, this is one of the only transparent cellophane copies we have ever seen, used to project the news on large screens for stock brokers in large offices and on the floors of the Exchanges. Dow Jones Wall Street news (not quoted below) is interspersed with Associated Press news about the President. Excerpts (the teletype begins just as it was announced that Kennedy was shot; some words missing from the first few lines are provided in brackets):“[President Kennedy Shot Dallas AP- President Kennedy was shot to day just as his motorcade left downtown Dallas–Mrs Kennedy jumped up and grabbed Mr Kennedy–She cried Oh No–The motorcade sped AP photographer James W Altgens said he saw blood on the President-s head Altgens said he heard two shots but thought someone was shooting] fireworks until he saw [the blood on the Pres]ident [Altgens said he] saw no one with a gun [AP reporter] Jack Bell asked Kenneth O-Donnell [Presidentia]l Assistant if Kennedy was [dead]–O-Donnell gave no answer [Kennedy] was reported taken to Parland Hospital near the Dallas Trade Mart where he was to have made a speech Bell said Kennedy was transferred to an ambulance He lay on a seat of the car Bell reported three shots were fired as the motorcade entered the triple underpass which leads to the Stemmons Freeway route to Parkland Hospital Pandemonium broke loose around the scene The Secret Service waved the motorcade on at top speed to the hospital Even at high speed it took nearly five minutes to get the car to the ambulance entrance of the hospital -v- Gov John B Connally of Texas also was cut-down by bullets The President was slumped over in the backseat of the car face down Connally lay on hte floor of the rear seat It was impossible to tell at once where Kennedy was hit but bullet wounds in Connally-s chest were plainly visible in-r dic were plainly visible indicating the gunfire might possibly have come from an automatic weapon…”“Rep Albert Thomas D-Tex said he was informed President Kennedy and Gov John Connally of Texas were both still alive…”“When the President was taken into the Emergency Room a call was sent out immediately for some of the top surgical specialists in Dallas A call was also sent for a Roman Catholic priest Congressman Jim Wright of Fort Worth said both Kennedy and Connally were seriously wounded but were alive…”“Mrs. Kennedy apparently was safe Mrs Connally also was safe it appeared both women were stunned Kennedy according to a member of his staff was still alive at 12 55 PM CST Two Roman Catholic priests were summoned to the Emergency Room where the President lay Malcolm Kilduff acting White House Press Secretary said that the two priests had been asked for…”“President Kennedy was given blood transfusions at Parkland Hospital in an effort to save his life…”“An assistant to Gov Connally said he talked to the Governor in the hospital operating room He said the Governor was shot just below the shoulder blade in the back. He asked Connally how it happened and the Governor said I don-t know I guess from the back They got the President too…”“Mrs Lyndon Johnson said after a visit to the emergency operating room today the Vice President is fine She was taken back into another first floor room where Johnson had originally gone Asked if her husband also had been wounded she shook her head negatively Secret Service men pushed reporters away and permitted no more questions…”“Director J Edgar Hoover of the FBI telephoned the Dallas FBI Office and ordered an all-out investigation of the attempt today on the lives of President Kennedy and Gov John Connally of Texas…”“A Father Huber of Holy Trinity Church in Dallas administered the last sacrament of the Church to the President shortly before 1 P M CST…”“Dallas AP Police immediately spread a dragnet around the city searching for the would-be assassin…”“Two priests who were with Kennedy say he is dead of bullet wounds…”“Government sources said today that President Kennedy is dead…”“The F B I began a search for a white man about 30 years of age of slender build and weighing about I65 pounds He is believed to be the gunman Police believed he had fired on the presidential party with a 30-30 rifle…”“Kennedy 46 lived about an hour after a sniper cut him down as his limousine left downtown Dallas. Automatically the mantle of the presidency fell to Vice President Lyndon B Johnson who had been riding two cars behind the Chief Executive … Johnson was whisked away by Secret Servicemen his whereabouts were being kept secret The President was shot once in the head Connally was struck in the head and wrist Police found a foreign-make rifle Sherriff-s officers were questioning a young an picked up at the scene…”“The new President Lyndon Johnson and his wife left the hospital a half hour after Kennedy died Newsmen had no opportunity to question them…”“Sen Yarborough said he counted three rifle shits as the presidential limousine left downtown Dallas through a triple underpass One witness said he saw a gun emerge from an upper story of a warehouse commanding an unobstructed view of the presidential car…”“Washn AP The Senate adjourned until Noon Monday after a prayer by its chaplain for President Kennedy killed in Dallas Tex The House was not in session the President-s younger brother Sen Edward M Kennedy D-Mass was presiding over the Senate when he received word of the shooting He went to his office but left there almost immediately His staff said they do not know where he had gone Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy the President-s other brother and closest adviser was having lunch at home when word of his brother-s shooting reached him…”“Lt Erich Kaminski of the Secret Service Bureau said the assassin-s weapon appears to have been a high-powered army of Japanese rifle of about 25 caliberr-–the rifle had a scope on it he said The entire building where the sniper was located was evacuated people were working in the building at the time of the shooting Dallas Police inspector J H sawyer said Police found the remains of fried chicken and paper on the fifth floor apparently the person had been there quite awhile…”“Kennedy-s body was removed from Parkland Hospital st 2 05 P M CST in a cream colored ambulance with curtains tightly drawn Mrs Kennedy rode in a passengers seat in the ambulance–- a type of vehicle with two seats for passengers She and the body were escorted from the emergency entrance of Parkland by two motorcycle officers…”“The Dallas Sheriff-s Department said a rifle had been found in a staircase on the fifth floor of a building near the scene of the assassination it was a 7 65 Mauser -= the German-made Army rifle had a telescopic sight with one shell left in the chamber Three spent shells were found nearby…”“Dallas UPI Mr Johnson became the 36th President of the U S at 2 39 PM Central Standard time The Plane marked Air Force I was still parked where it landed to bring President Kennedy to Dallas this morning…”“Present at the swearing-in were Mrs Kennedy and Mrs Johnson several staff members and several congressmen Johnson asked as many of the White House people as possible to crowd into the Executive Suite of the plane to witness the ceremony…”“The Dallas Police Department today arrested a 24-year-old man Lee H Oswald in connection with the slaying of a Dallas policeman shortly after President Kennedy was assassinated. He was also being interrogated to see if he had any connection with the slaying of the President Oswald was pulled screaming and yelling from the Texas Theater in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas He brandished a pistol which officers took away from him after a scuffle Police had to hold back crowds that quickly congregated because many apparently connected the arrested man with the slaying of the President”Oswald’s grand jury hearing and trial never took place, of course, as he was shot and killed by Jack Ruby at 11:21am, November 24th, less than one day after the final scroll ends, and almost exactly 48 hours after the death of President Kennedy. These scarce and important documents tell the bare facts of the uncertain, frenzied few days that were a pivotal turning point in American history, as they unfold in real-time, without reflections based on time, speculations, and interpretations, and are therefore vital snapshots in time. All text in uppercase. Typos not corrected. A dash is used in the teletype in place of an apostrophe (e.g. Goldwater-s). There are no punctuation marks. Tear with loss to first five inches; occasional wear to edges, generally not affecting text. A fragile and rare document of American history.

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        Steinb

      Radierung Petit bestiaire Blatt 8 signiert 1963 - Aufl. 240, 36 x 23 Schm

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        Le mystère d'Alceste ou qui n'a pas son minotaure?

      - Plon, Paris 1963, 12x19cm, broché. - Originale, uno dei 25 esemplari numerati sul filo puro, unico grande edizione cartacea. Piccoli morsi sul dorso e alcuni testimoni, altrimenti buona copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 25 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Bel exemplaire.

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        aus: La Magie quotidienne.

      Farblithographie 1963 - Ex. 39/70, 30x39 cm 1968 erschien das Mappenwerk bei Broder in Paris mit 8 Graphiken von Mir

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        The Earth-Owl and Other Moon-People

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1963. Illustrated by R. A. Brandt. Octavo. Original blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. With the dust jacket. With 11 full page illustrations by R. A. Brandt. A fine copy, in the jacket with a small closed tear to head of front flap fold. First edition, first impression, signed by the author in red ink on the front free endpaper. These poems did not appear in the US until their publication in Moon-Whales in 1976. Uncommon signed.

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        Qui livre son mystère meurt sans joie

      First edition printed in 250 numbered copies on vergé.With a frontispiece by Hans Bellmer.A good copy.  Pierre Bettencourt Saint-Maurice d'Etelan 1963 13x21,5cm broché

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        Kazuo Kenmochi: Narcotic Photographic Document (with slipcase and obi)

      Inoue Shoten, Tokyo 1963 - First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Buff cloth-covered boards with title stamped in black on the spine; with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs and text (in Japanese) by Kazuo Kenmochi. 160 pp., profusely illustrated with black-and-white plates. 10-3/8 x 7-1/2 inches. [Cited in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook: A History, Volume III. (London and New York: Phaidon, 2014)]. Near Fine (bump to crown of spine) in Near Fine dust jacket (moderate rubbing), with original publisher's printed cardboard slipcase and printed obi. Predating the much better well-known work of Larry Clark and Nan Goldin, Kenmochi's books presents a no less gritty and unflinching visual and textual document of the Japanese drug culture in the early 1960s. At times Kenmochi's photographs of people procuring illegal drugs read as ordinary street photography, at other times he presents viewers with dizzying views of the users' increasingly desperate habits. Surveillance-type photographs mimic detective movies, and finally, the narrative concludes with the abject situations of arrest and imprisonment. The remarkably affective book concludes with a lengthy essay accompanied by illustrations, maps, charts, and statistics. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Program for the First Piatigorsky Cup: International Grandmaster Chess Tournament July 2 to 27, 1963

      Piatigorsky Cup Committee, Los Angeles 1963 - 48 pages with photographs and diagrams. Octavo (8 1/2" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's spiral binding in blue felt wrappers with black and silver Piatigorsky Cup stamped to cover. Included 10 first day tickets for the cup. Signed or inscribed by all the contestants. First edition. The Piatigorsky Cup was a triennial series of double round-robin grandmaster chess tournaments held in the United States in the 1960's. Sponsored by the Piatigorsky Foundation, only two events were held, in 1963 and 1966. The Piatigorsky Cups were the strongest U.S. chess tournaments since New York 1927. Jacqueline Piatigorsky (née Rothschild) was married to cellist Gregor Piatigorsky. One of the strongest woman chess players in the U.S. and a regular competitor in the U.S. Women's Chess Championship, she designed the cup and was the primary organizer of the tournament. The prize funds were among the largest of any chess tournament up to that time. Every player was guaranteed a prize and all traveling and living expenses were paid. The First Piatigorsky Cup was held in The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles in July 1963. The tournament field of eight included players from five countries. The Soviet representatives Paul Keres and World Champion Tigran Petrosian finished equal first to share the cup with a score of 8½/14, receiving more than half of the $10,000 prize fund ($3000 for first). Since dollars brought back to the USSR were exchanged by the Soviet government for rubles at an unfavorable rate, Keres and Petrosian were reported to have bought automobiles (Ramblers) with their winnings. Keres won the most games in the tournament (six), but lost twice to Samuel Reshevsky. The Cup was Petrosian's first tournament since winning the 1963 World Championship match with Mikhail Botvinnik and was one of two first prizes he shared in his six-year reign as champion. He was the first reigning champion to play in an American tournament since Alexander Alekhine at Pasadena 1932. After losing in the second round to Svetozar Gligoric, Petrosian was never in danger the rest of the tournament. The remainder of the tournament field included two Americans, Reshevsky and Pal Benko, two Argentinians, Oscar Panno and Miguel Najdorf, and two Europeans, Gligoric (Yugoslavia) and Fridrik Olafsson (Iceland). U.S. Champion Bobby Fischer declined an invitation after his demand for a $2000 appearance fee was refused by the tournament organizers. Gligoric led halfway through the tournament with 4 1/2/7, but he scored only three draws in the last seven games and finished fifth behind Najdorf and Olafsson. Petrosian finished the strongest, with 5/7 in the second half. Before the last round, Petrosian led with 8 points, followed by Keres with 7 1/2 and Najdorf and Olafsson with 7. Both Petrosian and Keres had Black in the final round. Petrosian drew his game against Reshevsky, but Keres beat Gligoric to result in a tie for first place with 8 1/2 points each. Condition: Spiral spine small split at center else a better than very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

      Jonathan Cape, London 1963 - First edition of the eleventh Bond novel. Octavo, original cloth. Boldly signed by Ian Fleming on the front free endpaper. From the library of Francis Cory-Wright, with a loosely inserted typescript card, signed "Robin" and dated 1 July 1963, by Robin De La Lanne-Mirrlees. Lanne-Mirrlees, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant at the College of Arms, assisted Fleming with research for On Her Majesty's Secret Service, providing heraldic and genealogy information on Bond, and being an inspiration for Bond's cover as a College of Arms researcher in the novel. Lanne-Mirrlees claimed descent from an ancient Basque family, whose members were said to be born without earlobes. Fleming gave this unusual deformity to Blofeld. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing. A superior example with noted provenance. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service is the eleventh novel in the James Bonds series and the first since the debut of the Bond film. It became "an immediate bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic" (Biondi & Pickard, 48). "By the time of publication, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service had received nearly a quarter more subscriptions than any previous Fleming novel" (Lycett, 419). George Lazenby starred in the 1969 film version, with Diana Rigg as Tracy and Telly Savalas as Blofeld. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Where The Wild Things Are (SIGNED WITH A DRAWING)

      NY: Harper & Row, 1963, 1963. EARLY EDITION SIGNED WITH AN ORIGINAL DRAWING. 1 vol., illustrated by Maurice Sendak, signed by Sendak on the half-title with an original drawing showing Max in his wolf outfit. Bound in the publisher's original pictorial boards, pictorial pastedowns and endpapers, cloth spine, with the dust-jacket, both in VERY GOOD condition. A later but early edition with a cloth spine and mention of the Caldecott award to the rear DJ flap, and a gold Caldecott seal pasted on (not embossed) to the front.

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        On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1963. First edition of the eleventh Bond novel. Octavo, original cloth. Boldly signed by Ian Fleming on the front free endpaper. From the library of Francis Cory-Wright, with a loosely inserted typescript card, signed "Robin" and dated 1 July 1963, by Robin De La Lanne-Mirrlees. Lanne-Mirrlees, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant at the College of Arms, assisted Fleming with research for On Her Majesty's Secret Service, providing heraldic and genealogy information on Bond, and being an inspiration for Bond's cover as a College of Arms researcher in the novel. Lanne-Mirrlees claimed descent from an ancient Basque family, whose members were said to be born without earlobes. Fleming gave this unusual deformity to Blofeld. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing. A superior example with noted provenance. On Her Majesty

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        The Spy Who Came In From the Cold

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1963. Octavo. Original blue cloth, gilt lettered spine. With the dust jacket. Spine gently rolled, light fading to spine, slight foxing to fore edge, an excellent copy in the price-clipped jacket with small nicks to extremities, tape repair verso. First edition, first impression, of Le Carré's third book. The definitive Cold War novel, it won Le Carré the 1964 Somerset Maugham Award and secured his reputation as a master of the spy thriller.

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        Watt - Eh Joe & Other Writings - Lessness: Signature 9 - Three Occasional Pieces

      London: Calder & Boyars/Faber and Faber, 1953 - 1982 1963 - 1. Watt. London: Calder & Boyars, 1963. First English Edition, Second Printing (1970). A near fine copy. 2. Eh Joe & Other Writings. London: Faber and Faber, 1967. First Edition, First Printing. A fine copy in a (near) fine dustwrapper. 3. Lessness – Signature 9. London: Calder & Boyars, 1969. First Edition, First Printing. A fine copy in a (near) fine dustwrapper. 4. Three Occasional Pieces. London: Faber and Faber, 1982. First Edition, First Printing. A fine copy in (near) fine original printed wrappers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        She Loves Me... She Loves Me Not...

      New York: Harper & Row, 1963. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED AND DATED BY MAURICE SENDAK (1981). A delightful collaboration between Sendak and Keeshan, better known for his role as Captain Kangaroo. Text by Robert Keeshan. New York: Harper & Row, 1963. 16mo. Original color pictorial boards, original dustjacket. Rare signed. Fine.

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        On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1963. First edition of the eleventh Bond novel. Octavo, original cloth. Boldly signed by Ian Fleming on the front free endpaper. From the library of Francis Cory-Wright, with a loosely inserted typescript card, signed "Robin" and dated 1 July 1963, by Robin De La Lanne-Mirrlees. Lanne-Mirrlees, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant at the College of Arms, assisted Fleming with research for On Her Majesty's Secret Service, providing heraldic and genealogy information on Bond, and being an inspiration for Bond's cover as a College of Arms researcher in the novel. Lanne-Mirrlees claimed descent from an ancient Basque family, whose members were said to be born without earlobes. Fleming gave this unusual deformity to Blofeld. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing. A superior example with noted provenance. On Her Majesty?s Secret Service is the eleventh novel in the James Bonds series and the first since the debut of the Bond film. It became "an immediate bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic" (Biondi & Pickard, 48). "By the time of publication, On Her Majesty?s Secret Service had received nearly a quarter more subscriptions than any previous Fleming novel" (Lycett, 419). George Lazenby starred in the 1969 film version, with Diana Rigg as Tracy and Telly Savalas as Blofeld.

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        The White House Years: Mandate for Change 1953?1956 [and] Waging Peace 1956?1961 [together with] At Ease: Stories I Tell My Friends.

      New York: Doubleday,, 1963, 1965, 1967. 3 volumes, thick octavo. Bound in brown morocco for the personal library of publisher Nelson Doubleday, Jr., spines lettered in gilt, raised bands. Housed in individual brown morocco leather-entry slipcases. Excellent condition. First editions of Eisenhower's two volumes of presidential autobiography and his later volume of discursive memoirs. Nelson Doubleday Jr. (1933?2015) was the last president of Doubleday and Company (1978?86) before its sale to Bertelsmann AG in 1986; he was grandson of the founder, Frank Nelson Doubleday ("Effendi"). Doubleday were Eisenhower's publishers throughout. Although Eisenhower had been bombarded with offers from other publishers to write his war memoirs, he only conquered his doubts about doing so after meeting Doubleday in December 1947. Doubleday supplied secretaries, researchers and other support; supervised much of the work; and paid for the creation of maps and photographs for the book. The Doubleday editorial board met with him on several occasions and provided extensive comments on the work in progress. Crusade in Europe (1948) was a huge success and established a working relationship between Eisenhower and his publishers that endured throughout his lifetime.

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        Egners Lesebøker nr. 11 - 16 for ungdomsskolen. Nr. 11 og 12 i 2. oppl., de andre i 1. oppl.

      Oslo 1963-72. 6 bd. Illustr. i s/h og farger. Orig. sjirtryggbd. m. fargetr. dekler. Alle bd. ded. av Egner på fribl. [Med vennlig hilsen Thorbjørn Egner.] Et par fl. på fordekkel bd. 11, ellers pene. Avvikende ded. i bd. 11: "Kjell Johanssen som et lite apropos og med vennlig hilsen og god sommer! Thorbjørn Egner, juni 1973." Disse lesebøkene kom aldri i bruk.

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        OLIVER INTRODUCED TO THE JEW.

      Original pen & ink artwork for an illustration entitled Oliver introduced to the Jew, from Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens, from an anthology of extracts from literature, published under the title 'Naughty Children' in 1963, illustrated by Ardizzone. Image: 78 x 105 mm. Mounted on acid-free board ready for framingThis item is subject to VAT at 20%.

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        Bay of Pigs Invasion] Heroes de Giron

      La Comision de Orientacion Revolucionaria de la Direccion Nacional del partido Unido de la Revolucion Socialista undated, ca. 1963, [no place given, likely Havana] - Oblong quarto, unpaginated (about 50pp). A good copy in the original pictorial stapled wrappers. Text block partly coming away from the wrappers, which are somewhat foxed and hve general edgewear, but minimal chipping. Some mild internal foxing, but mostly a clean example. This scarce volume honors the fallen men who successfully fought back the Bay of Pigs invasion (a total disaster for the US and the CIA), with gallant, yet modest headshots of each comrade who perished in the fighting, including their age and occupation. It contains an opening epitaph by Fidel Castro. Text in Spanish. OCLC locates four copies - three in the United States and one in the National Library of China. A really wonderful example of a propaganda document, dating from the first few years of Castro's reign, when he was being tested by both the United States and the weight of his own revolution. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        La comtesse de Noailles oui et non

      First edition, one of 100 numbered on luxury paper, only large paper. A spot on the back of the shirt, slightly soiled cover. Pleasant copy presented in double jacket and case. Perrin Paris 1963 14,5x20cm en feuilles sous double chemise et étui

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        The Spy Who Came In From the Cold.

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1963 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, gilt lettered spine. With the dust jacket. Spine gently rolled, light fading to spine, slight foxing to fore edge, an excellent copy in the price-clipped jacket with small nicks to extremities, tape repair verso. First edition, first impression, of Le Carré's third book. The definitive Cold War novel, it won Le Carré the 1964 Somerset Maugham Award and secured his reputation as a master of the spy thriller. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        'Mrs Burton's Bun Shop.'

      Original pen & ink artwork for an illustration to chapter twenty of Eleanor Farjeon's 'Kaleidoscope,' illustrated by Ardizzone and published in 1963. The chapter is titled, 'On the Road.'. Please note that the price listed is subject to VAT.

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        Autographed Letter Signed on Harvard University letterhead

      Cambridge, 1963. unbound. 1 page, 11 x 8.5 inches, Cambridge, MA, July 10, 1963, responding to a New York City attorney who has requested his autograph, in full: "This is a curious request -- not in itself, but as from a New York attorney, presumably busy with the infinite social and economic problems of an overgrown metropolis. But your office is in the neighborhood of the New School for Social Research -- an old haunt of mine, and of many friends; and perhaps this is a bit of extra-curricular activity. Anyhow -- morituras (within few years) saluto." Also included is an unsigned 3.5 x 5-inch black-and-white snapshot dated September 1962. Fine condition. American idealist philosopher at Harvard University.

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        Rêverie de nouvel an

      1963. Les Centraux Bibliophiles 1963. In-4 en feuilles à feuilles sous double emboitage. 90 pages. 13 Lithographies originalesen couleurs de Michel TERRASSE, dont la couverture, une sur double page, 5 in-texte et 6 titres calligraphiés. Tirage limité à 140 exemplaires numérotés sur Vélin blanc de Rives. Celui-ci un des 20 exemplaires avec Suite sur Papier Japon Nacré. Joint avec, le menu du diner du 1° juillet 1963 des Centraux Bibliophiles au Polo de Bagatelle et l'allocution imprimée de Jacques FOUGEROLLE, Président de la Société des Centraux BIbliophiles présentant l'ouvrage à ce même diner. Quelques rousseurs sur la chemise de la suite et sur le menu. Bel exemplaire.

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        America: A Prophecy.

      Clairvaux, Jura, France: The Trianon Press for The William Blake Trust, 1963 - Tall quarto. Original blue half morocco, marbled sides, top edges gilt. Housed in the publisher's marbled slipcase. Fine. Colour illuminated facsimiles achieved by collotype and hand stencil. First edition thus, publisher Arnold Fawcus's copy, copy A of 26 lettered copies reserved for Mr. Paul Mellon, the Trustees of the William Blake Trust and the Publishers, from a total edition of 526 copies printed on Arches rag paper to match that used by Blake, each page watermarked with Blake's monogram. This copy derives from the Trianon Press Archive, from the estate of Trianon publisher and founder Arnold Fawcus. Blake scholar Geoffrey Keynes (1887-1982), the brother of John Maynard, provides a commentary and bibliographical history, observing that "America, A Prophecy. is intimately related to historical events taking place in Europe and North America towards the end of the eighteenth century", most notably the American Revolution. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Modell einer Geisterbahn.

      50 cm breit, 70 cm lang, 18 cm hoch, Tadell. Unikat aus Privatsammlung! Bastian hat diese wilde, farbenfrohe und enorm detailreiche Arbeit (Karton bemalt) als eines von drei (nicht identischen) Modellen gebaut. Der Plan(zusammen mit Basil und Yvan Luginbühl, den Söhnen von Bernahrd Luginbühl) war, mit drei vierzig Fuss-Contianer eine jahrmarkts -Attraktion zu schaffen, welche High(kunst) und Low (Rummelplatz) verbinden sollte.Leider ist die Aktion wie so vieles am Geld gescheitert.M. S. Bastian, 1963 geboren in Bern, aufgewachsen in Biel. Besucht die Fachklasse für Grafik an der Schule für Gestaltung Biel. 1986 Mitgründer der Galerie Polstergruppe. 1990/91 Aufenthalt in New York, 1991/92 in Paris. Lebt und arbeitet heute als Comiczeichner und Künstler in Zürich.Folgende Bücher sind von ihm erschienen: "Crunch" (Berlin 1994), "Schokoriegel" (Berlin 1993), "Baluba" (Paris 1995), "Päng" (Zürich 1995), "Krampitz Rattenherz" (Berlin 1995), "Comix Art Monographie - M.S. Bastian" (Bern 1996), "Squid" (Marseille 1997), "Squeeze" (Zürich 1997), usw.Diverse Einzel- und Gruppenausstellungen in Europa und AmerikaGalerie Krebs, Bern - Galerie Wirth, Zürich - Galerie 4, Basel - Galerie Schuster, Frankfurt und Berlin - Galerie Papiers Gras, Genf - Festival Angoulême, Frankreich - Festival du presse, Morges - Galerie von Gunten, Thun - Museum Mánes, Prag - Regarde moderne, Paris - Galerie Scheuermann, Berlin - Vital Design Center, Tel Aviv - Silvia Steiner, Basel, etc.Beiträge in diversen europäischen und amerikanischen Magazinen und Zeitungen.Bastian: "Ich bin ein Künstler, der von der Freude am Machen lebt, und je mehr ich mache, umso mehr Lust kriege ich darauf. Mein Werk soll zu einer Bildsprache werden, mittels derer ich, dem Cyberspace vergleichbar, ganze Welten neu erschaffen kann. Ich arbeite dabei nicht konzeptuell, mein Schaffen basiert auf dem reinen Lustprinzip. Ohne Lust keine Wonderful World!"

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        Braque Lithographe.

      1963 1963 - Préface de F. Ponge. Notices et Catalogue établis par F. Mourlot. Monte Carlo: André Sauret 1963. Richly illustr. in black/white and colour and with orig. lithographed frontispice, title-lithograph and cover, all in colour. 4to. 184 + [6] pp. In publisher's cover and slipcase. Frontcover with small spot, slipcase not mint.

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