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        Portrait de Famille Ingresque IV

      Paris: Gallerie Louis Leiris,, 1963. Linocut in brown and black on Velin Arches paper. Image size: 40 x 53.3 cm. Sheet size: 50.5 x 65.4 cm. Presented in a black and gilt wooden frame. Fine condition. Edition of 50, 4 trial proofs and 20 artist's proofs. Signed lower right in pencil by Picasso and numbered lower left.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Basil Seal Rides Again or The Rake's Regress

      London: Chapman & Hall,, 1963. Frontispiece by Kathleen Hale. Quarto. Original blue cloth, titles to spine and pictorial design to upper board gilt, blue endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Colour frontispiece by Kathleen Hale. Boards a little mottled, faint toning to edges of contents. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. One of a limited edition of 750 numbered copies signed by the author on the limitation leaf, this an out-of-series presentation copy inscribed by the author, "a belated wedding present for Bertie from Evelyn" and with a slash through the portion of the limitation that reads "This is No…".

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Favourite Game

      London: Secker & Warburg, 1963 First UK Edition. A near Fine book in a Fine Dustjacket, with only a minute trace of toning to the top edge of the dustjacket . No chips or tears and the dust jacket is not price clipped. The book has a touch of soiling to the page edges. A very nice copy of the first novel from the award winning songwriter, poet and novelist. Inscribed by the author on the title page.. Signed by Author. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: MDS Books]
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        Jawbreakers (UNIQUE ASSOCIATION COPY)

      Toronto, Ontario: Contact Press, 1963. Card covers. Near Fine. 54 pp. Light card covers printed in red and black in dust wrapper. 8vo., 1 of 200 copies printed in near-fine condition.Light edgewear and a few creases to covers. Extraordinary inscribed copy. On the half title, the poet has written: "A poem is something/you call a poem/P-O-E-M/or P-O-M-E/and works/Milton Acorn/in loving appreciation /of/Joe Rosenblatt/Joe Irving/Red Lane/and Lionel Kearns (MA)". The inscription likely dates from the mid-'60's when "People's Poet" Acorn was living in Vancouver. He used to hang out in a coffee house named The Advance Mattress Company, and was involved politically with the LSA (League for Socialist Action), a Trotskyite organization. Joe Irving was a folk singer and a poet in residence at the LSA offices on Granville Street. Richard Stanley "Red" Lane (1936-1964) was the older brother of poet Patrick Lane and a promising West Coast poet in his own right. Joe Rosenblatt got his early start as a poet with assistance from Acorn, Al Purdy and Earle Birney. Lionel Kearns was a young poet at UBC and a member of the original Tish group.

      [Bookseller: Come By Chance Books (IOBA)]
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        Ian Fleming: The Bibliography

      London, Queen Anne Press,, 2012. Preface by Fergus Fleming. Foreword by Michael L. Vanblaricum. Edited by Brad Frank. Quarto. Original quarter bound vellum with black boards, Fleming family crest to front cover and titles to spine gilt, top edge gilt (inspired by Fleming's own design for a limited edition of On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Cape, 1963). With the glassine dust jacket. Housed in a black cloth slipcase with Fleming family crest in gilt to front. With black and white illustrations throughout plus four suites of eight colour plates. A fine copy. First deluxe edition, first impression. Limited to 250 numbered copies signed by Gilbert. A comprehensive guide to the work of Ian Fleming, covering everything from the first draft of "Casino Royale" in 1952 to editions still in print today.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE BRANCH WILL NOT BREAK Poems

      Wesleyan University Press. Very Good. 1963. Paperback. Black and white paperback cover has faint wear. Signed by author on half title page with some small notations including former owner's name neatly inscribed. Pages clean and in very good condition. ; Wesleyan Poetry Series; 7.98 X 6.01 X 0.18 inches; 59 pages; Signed by Author .

      [Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books]
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        The Lithographs of Chagall

      Monte Carlo, Boston and New York: André Sauret (Monte Carlo, vol.II), Boston Book and Art Shop, Inc. (vols.II & III) and Crown Publishers, Inc. (New York, vol.IV), 1963-1969-1974. Volumes II-IV only (of 6), large quarto. (12 31/2 x 9 5/8 inches). 13 original lithographs after Chagall, 517 illustrations after Chagall (coloured where the originals are coloured). Original grey cloth, upper cover and spine lettered in black, variously coloured dust-jackets, those to vols. III and IV with an integral original lithograph by Chagall, each with a glassine chemise. Fine copies of the standard work on the subject, with original lithographs A good representative sample of the English-language edition this great fully-illustrated catalogue raisonné of Chagall's lithographs. Freitag 1561 (Vols 1-4); Rigg p. 170.

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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        L Y 1961: La Monte Young Compositions 1961

      [NY]: [Fluxus Editions], [1963]. Paperback. Very good. Very good in printed blue wraps that show some light sunning to the edges. Uncommon La Monte Young item containing his 1961 compositions e.g.:"Composition 1961 No.1, January 1 Draw a Straight Line and Follow it" Silverman No. 529; Hendricks page 584.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        The Natural (Uncorrected Proof of the First UK Edition)

      London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1963. First Edition. UNCORRECTED PROOF, preceding the First Edition. As with the first edition, this proof contains an afterword by Malamud and a 10-page glossary of baseball terms not found in the American edition. Basis for the iconic 1984 film directed by Barry Levinson and starring Robert Redford, Robert Duvall, Glenn Close and Kim Basinger. Very Good plus in plain butcher paper wrappers as issued, with toning at the edges, a couple of faint splashes to the spine, and some production creasing to same. Rare. McCue, page 66. Shannon 100.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        On Her Majesty's Secret Service

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1963.. Signed Limited edition. This being a presentation, one of a handful given by the publisher to Ian Fleming. Octavo, original quarter vellum over black cloth, gilt titles to the spine. Fine in a near fine acetate wrapper that has a small chip to the foot of the spine. The eleventh novel in the James Bond series. Housed in a custom quarter morocco clamshell box.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Thrilling Cities

      Jonathan Cape, London, 1963, 1963. First Impression, First State, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Large octavo. With photographic plates. Publisher's quarter white cloth. A near fine copy in the striking 'Monte Carlo' dustwrapper. A particularly fine copy. A fine association, being presented to Fleming's close friend John Hayward, a man-of-letters and a fellow bibliophile; both these men served as directors on the editorial board of The Book Collector journal. The inscription reads; To John, His usual copy! from Ian. Gilbert A16a (1.1), see also pages 479 and 644.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        On Her Majesty's Secret Service

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1963. Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine in silver, white ski track design to upper board in white. With the dust jacket. Minor bumps to corners. An excellent copy in the very lightly rubbed jacket. Fifth impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To CD from Ian". A superb association copy. Sir Charles Denis "CD" Hamilton, was a close friend and colleague of Ian Fleming, a director of Kemsley Newspapers and later editor of The Sunday Times.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        It Catches My Heart in Its Hands

      New Orleans: Loujohn Press, 1963. Paperback. Very Good. First Edition. One of 777 cc signed and dated by Bukowski in silver ink. Top edge slightly foxed, otherwise a near fine copy of this elaborate production and the first book from the press. Krumhansl 12.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        Russian Icons

      London: Spring Books, (1963). Small quarto. 40pp., + (48)pp. of color illustrations. This copy was specially bound by Philip Smith in 1964, constituting an example of his earlier work. Bound in full morocco: rose on the upper cover and blue on the lower cover, with the two hues meeting in the center of the spine. Both covers feature an elaborate modern take on the traditional icon, incorporating numerous smaller figures within the larger, main icon. On the upper cover, against a background of black, the icons are formed with teal and burgundy onlays, with extensive gold and black stamping to highlight the figures. Additional onlays in two shades of orange highlight the edges of the design. The lower cover features a similar, simpler version of the motif against a rose background, with onlays in shades of purple, teal, and orange morocco. The figures are outlined with blind tooling. Spine titled in gilt on a free-form black onlay. Patterned paper paste-downs. Signed by Smith on the rear turn-in with his symbol and the date 1964. This copy has been inscribed to "Joan," to whom the accompanying (1)pp. ALs on Smith's stationery is also addressed. The letter thanks Joan for her financial contribution to help fund an upcoming exhibition, and he presents this book as gratitude for her kindness. Smith also mentions his fellow bookbinder, Elizabeth Greenhill, and discusses his own involvement in the field of binding: "I suppose we get used to strange manifestations in bookbinding by being in the thick of it here... But I expect mine are 'horrid' to most people...Of course I am always experimenting and not every one is a 'winner' by any means. Perhaps I have done 3 or 4 really inspired ones. The rest is just practice and experiment. Some are 'sketch bindings'." A prelude to Philip Smith's later and more developed maril style, yet burgeoning with his highly advanced technique of tooling, leather placement, and keen sense for complementary color. Very light rubbing to corners with a slight bow to upper cover (amenable to pressure), some slight fading to spine, else a fine copy of one of this talented binder's earlier creations. A.e.g.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Autograph Letter, signed ("Thomas H. Benton") to caricaturist Jay Clark, regarding the latter's depiction of him

      Kansas City, Mo., november 23, 1963. 4to. One page. Fine. With Clark'e pen and ink and pencil caricature of Benson. The two in linen portfolio . Funny letter from the artist to Clark, who evidently had sent Benton his caricatures: "Dear Jay Clark, "Your caricatures are fine. I think the one of me is best but maybe that is only because I like my face better than the faces of those other guys. "Keep it up. "I don't play the harmonica very much any more because when I hit a high note my false teeth jump out of my mouth. "Sincerely "your friend "Thomas H. Benton"

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        I Maestri del Colore: La più grande collana d'arte del mondo (The Masters of Color), Vol 1 - 100

      Milano, Italy: Fratelli Fabbri Editori, 1963. Paperback. First Edition, First Printing. Tall Quarto. Volumes 1 through 100. Published from 1963 to 1965. Each volume devoted to an individual artist and contains numerous color plates. Text in Italian. Each volume in pictorial wraps in Very Good plus to Near Fine condition, most notable flaw being light wear to corners and light yellowing of covers. Every set of ten comes in a brown slip case with gilt font to spine listing all of the individual titles. The ten slipcases range from Very Good to Near Fine, some have slight wear to corners and card board binding is separating along edges.// v. 1. Mantegna -- v. 2. Goya -- v. 3. Carpaccio -- v. 4. Renoit -- v. 5 Correggio -- v . 6. van Gogh -- v. 7. Rubens -- v. 8. Botticelli -- v. 9. Modigliani -- v. 10. Michelangelo -- v. 11. Pieter Bruegel -- v. 12-13. Raffaello -- v. 14. Paul Gaugin -- v. 15. Giorgione -- v. 16. Duccio -- v. 17. Tintoretto -- v. 18. Toulouse-Lautrec -- v. 19. Beato Angelico -- v. 20 Rembrandt -- v. 21. Pietro Longhi -- v. 22. Albrecht Dürer -- v. 23. Antonello -- v. 24. Parmigianno -- v. 25. Delacroix -- v. 26-27. Giotto -- v. 28. Canaletto -- v. 29. Paolo Uccello -- v. 31. Fernand Léger -- v. 32. Carlo Crivelli -- v. 33. Hans Holbein -- v. 34. Maurice Utrillo -- v. 35. Guido Reni -- v. 36. Frans Hals -- v. 37. Giambattista Tiepolo -- v. 38. Giorgio Morandi -- v. 39. Filippo de Pisis -- v. 40. Jacopo Bassano -- v. 41. Edouard Manet -- v. 42. El Greco -- v. 43. Wassily Kandinsky -- v. 44. Paolo Veronese -- v. 45. Giovanni Bellini -- v. 46. Théodore Géricault -- v. 47. Pisanello -- v. 48. Andrea del Castagno -- v. 49. Annibale Carracci -- v. 50. Henri Matisse -- v. 51. Murillo -- v. 52. Carlo Carro -- v. 53. Andrea del Sarto -- v. 54. Johannes Vermeer -- v. 55. Bartolomeo Montagna -- v. 56-57. Pablo Picasso -- v. 58. Vincenzo Foppa -- v. 59. Alessandro Magnasco -- v. 60. Domenico Veneziano -- v. 61. Filippo Lippi -- v. 62. Giovanni Segantini -- v. 63. Guercino -- v. 64. Palma Il Vecchio -- v. 65. Van der Weyden -- v. 66-67. Tiziano -- v. 68. Perugino -- v. 69. Diego Velazquez -- v. 70. Camille Pissarro -- v. 71. I Lorenzetti -- v. 72. Jan van Eyck -- v. 73. Lorenzo Monaco -- v. 74. Piet Mondrian -- v. 75. Giovanni Fattori -- v. 76. Sassetta -- v. 77. Alfred Sisley -- v. 78. Dosso Dossi -- v. 79. Alberto Giacometti -- v.80. Masolino da Panicale -- v. 81. Bramantino -- v. 82. Lukas Cranach -- v. 83. Orazio Gentileschi -- v. 84. Konrad Witz -- v. 85. Pollaiolo -- v. 86. Cosmè Tura -- v. 87. J.A. Dominique Ingres -- v. 88. Cima da Conegliano -- v. 89. Piero dell Francesca -- v. 90. Joshua Reynolds -- v. 91. Hugo van der Goes -- v. 92. Giuseppe Maria Crespi -- v. 93. Hieronymus Bosch -- v. 94. Pontormo -- v. 95 Romanino -- v. 96. Maurice de Vlaminck -- v. 97. Rosalba Carriera -- gv. 98. Iovanni Battista Piazzetta -- v. 99. Stephan Lochner -- v. 100. Boucher. Image or additional images available upon request

      [Bookseller: Wessel & Lieberman Booksellers ABAA]
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        La france revolutionnaire et imperiale annales de bibliographie methodique et description des livres illustres tIX annees 1811-1812 epilogue romantique

      Imprimerie nationale, 1963. in8 broché

      [Bookseller: Livre Nomade]
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        Arauco Domado por el excelentisimo Señor Don Garcia Hurtado de Mendoza. Tragicomedia famosa de Lope de Vega Carpio

      Santiago: Sociedad de Bibliófilos Chilenos, 1963. First edition. Loose in stiff paper portfolio in slip case. A very good unopened (uncut) copy, spine tanned, 2 inch tear at head, light soiling on wrappers with a few small tears; contents near fine; in a very good marbled slip case. Folio. Illus. with 4 b/w plates and 3 drawings. Each plate (other than frontis) is signed by the illustrator. No. 90 de 100 copies for the Society members (of a total run of 300 copies). This book is printed in the workshops of the Editorial Universitaria, SA, in Santiago, Chile. The text is printed on Johannot vellum paper. The three plates outside the text, on d'Arches vellum, in the lithographic press the Museum of Contemporary Art at the University of Chile, under the direction of Angel Sepulveda. The portrait etching of Lope de Vega on the front cover and the vignette at the end, have been printed in la Casa de Moneda de Chile by Jose Moreno. The typography is by Mauricio Amster. Lope de Vega's famous tragicomedy was first published in 1625. Nemesio Antunez Zañartu (b. 1918) is a Chilean painter and engraver and director of the National Museum of Fine Arts.

      [Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The White House Years: Mandate for Change, 1953-1956; Waging Peace, 1956-1961 (2 Volumes)

      Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1963. Limited. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Signed by Author. Both volumes in exceptional condition with original clear mylar dust jacket. Light olive cloth covered boards with Presidential Seal embossed in gold on cover boards, titled in gold on spine within a larger, darker olive green title block. Front endpapers of Volume I are illustrated with a map of the United States, rear endpapers a map of Africa, Europe, the then-Soviet Union, and Asia. Front endpapers of Volume II are illustrated with a map of the World, rear endpapers also a map of the World but from a different perspective and delineating the many United States alliances. Each volume is crisp and clean within and appears to never have been read. Each volume signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower in black ink on tipped in page preceding the title page, facing the limitation page. Volume I is copy #557 of 1,434; Volume II is copy #245 of 1,434. There were a total of 1,500 copies of each volume printed. Each volume comes in its original, paper covered slipcase; both in Very Good condition with minor scuffing from shelf wear. Photographs gladly provided.

      [Bookseller: Artisan Books & Bindery]
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        Aniara [Signed] [Aniara : en revy om människan i tid och rum; Underskrivet] A Review of Man in Time and Space

      London: Hutchinson, 1963. First UK edition. Hardcover. Very Good +/near fine. A Very Good copy of the first UK edition, first printing (some white spotting where it appears that the dye was not absorbed by the cloth, minor edge wear and some corner bumping), in a Near Fine dust jacket (light wear at the outer corners, age toning to the white flaps), SIGNED BY HARRY MARTINSON on the title page; an epic poetic cycle about a spaceship, the "Aniara", that escapes from an Earth polluted by the nuclear explosions of a great and ongoing war and heads to Mars with 8,000 colonists. The Aniara (a name derived from the ancient Greek work for "sad or "despairing") is unexpectedly diverted from its destination, and then heads irretrievably into the void. In the Poem, Martinson examines humanity through the cults and sects that develop among the passengers and the ways in which the travelers, with no destination and surrounded by the vast emptiness of Space, deal with their isolation. Martinson won the 1974 Nobel Prize in Literature for "writings that catch the dewdrop and reflect the cosmos". "Aniara", perhaps, Martinson's most famous work, was quite well received. Prominent Science fiction writer Theodore Sturgeon (who famously stated that ninety percent of all Science Fiction is "crud") proclaimed respecting Aniara that: "Martinson's achievement here is an inexpressible, immeasurable sadness. [It] transcends panic and terror and even despair [and] leaves you in the quiet immensities, with the feeling that you have spent time, and have been permanently tinted, by and with an impersonal larger-than-God force." (The 1974 prize was divided equally between Martinson and his co-winner Eyvind Johnson and evoked controversy as both men were then members of the Swedish Academy. Furthermore, Graham Greene, Saul Bellow, and Vladimir Nabokov were the other candidates that year and many expected that one of them would win the Prize.) Only a few of Martinson's works have been translated to English. Signed copies of his works in any language, even in his native tongue are quite uncommon, and signed copies of them translated into English are hen's teeth. All in all, a Very Good + copy of what many consider to be his greatest work, SIGNED BY HARRY MARTINSON. RARE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        A Cold Sunday Afternoon in Baltimore" (Original Manuscript, with holograph corrections)

      December 12, 1963. Original corrected typescript for a story by Lewis H. Lapham that ultimately appeared (in a revised form) in the March 14, 1964 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. This early version is titled "A Cold Sunday Afternoon in Baltimore." In this piece, Lapham conducts a dedicated troll through the burlesque houses of Baltimore one day in the winter of 1963. The published article was titled, "Whatever Happened to Burlesque?" and was expanded to include visits to burlesque houses throughout Maryland and Pennsylvania. & & Lapham later served as editor of Harper's Magazine from 1971 to 2006, and is largely responsible for what became the magazine's modern look, which caused it to gain prominence in that 30-year-period. He introduced many signature features of the magazine, most notably the famed "Harper's Index." & & 18 non-numbered pages, bound with a paper clip. With profuse holograph corrections on every page by the author, the piece details the nature of the houses themselves (and their odd uses during non-burlesque hours), the strippers and dancers, the customers (nearly all men, "all in overcoats"), the owners, and the onlookers. A wonderful piece of period Baltimoreana from one of the best essayists of his generation. Very Good or better condition. In a custom quarter-leather clamshell box.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Journal of Hydrology - Vol. 1 (1963) - Vol. 199 (1997) - cpl. years bound (ONLY Vol. 108 MISSING) - Vol. 155 - 161 softcover/ komplette Jahrgänge (1963 - 1997) gebunden (nur Bd. 108 FEHLT - Bd. 155 - 161: broschiert, sonst einheitliche Bindung),

      North-Holland publ. comp.; 1963 - 1997. - je Band ca. 400 Seiten; Die hier angebotenen Jahrgänge/ Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechende Kennzeichnung/ Stempel im Buchinnern; Der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich; Textsaubere Exemplare; Komplettpreis für o.g. Bände/ Jahrgänge; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten!! Beiträge in englischer Sprache! Das erste Bild zeigt lediglich eine Auswahl des angebotenen Gesamtwerks!! Sprache: en Gewicht in Gramm: 20000

      [Bookseller: Petra Gros]
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        Spy Who Came in from the Cold, The

      London: Victor Gollancz, 1963. First Impression. Hardcover. Fine-/Fine. A truly superior first printing of "the best spy novel I've ever read" (Graham Greene), with the rare Book Society belly-band still intact. Small 8vo; 222pp. Publisher's pale blue cloth, the spine lettered gilt, in a scarlet, price-clipped dust jacket printed. Just about Fine, with only a thin line of fading to the top edge of both boards and a previous owner's neat signature to the front fly leaf. Internally, bright and fresh, the text block square, in a Fine, remarkably vibrant jacket, with barely a trace of the usual fading to the spine panel and the yellow belly-band practically as crisp as the day it was issued. Preserved in a blue cloth-covered sleeve. In the early 1960s, when Le Carre's masterwork appeared, the popular spy novel presented a melange of "fantasy, farce, and fanatic nationalism; the genre's most successful practitioner was Ian Fleming; and the preeminent spy was the whorish, amoral James Bond." By contrast, Le Carre's protagonist, George Smiley, is a short, fat scholar of German poetry too weak-spined to resist continual pleas from both his unfaithful wife and the intelligence service he loves but questions. 'Spy' also created a new hero, Alec Leamas, who denigrates spy fiction's conventions by angrily evaluating espionage's capacity to betray the souls of its agents. . . . Far from being “priests, saints, martyrs,” he recognizes that spies are “vain fools, traitors too, yes; pansies, sadists and drunkards, people who play cowboys and Indians to brighten their rotten lives” and who exist solely that “the great moronic mass [. . .] can sleep soundly in their beds at night.” (adapted from the 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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        The Spy Who Came in From the Cold

      London: Gollancz, 1963. First British edition. Hardcover. Hardcover. First British edition. A near fine book in a near fine dust jacket. The author's third novel and the one that catapulted him to literary fame. One of the essential spy novels of the Cold War. Book is slightly cocked with foxing to the fore edges and name on the front free endpaper. Short closed tear to the top of the rear panel and sunning to the jacket edges. a very collectable copy. This book is from the library of well known Oklahoma book collector Larry Owens. Laid into the book is a bookplate signed by the author.

      [Bookseller: Sawtooth Books]
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        The Spy Who Came in From the Cold (First UK Edition)

      London: Victor Gollancz, 1963. First Edition. First Edition. Widely considered Le Carré's best, basis for the 1965 film directed by Martin Ritt and starring Richard Burton and Claire Bloom.& & Very Good plus in a Very Good plus, price-clipped dust jacket. Binding slightly cocked, backstrip (and jacket spine) faded, strips of staining at the top and bottom edge of the jacket verso from an old jacket protector.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Le Mythe Tragique de L'Angélus de Millet

      Paris: Jean-Jacques Pauvert,, 1963. Quarto. Original beige cloth with woven strap and buckle, titles to front cover on octagonal plate in red and black, black and white illustration to front cover on rectangular plate. Illustrated throughout by Salvadore Dali with many tipped in plates. A fine copy. First edition, first printing.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE ARTS OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC.

      - Translated by Anthony Christie. Edited by Andre Malraux and Georges Salles. Pp. [viii]+464(last blank), illustrated throughout in colour and black & white (2 folding), glossarial index; demy 4to; ribbon marker; price-clipped dust wrapper, edges lightly rubbed and split, back panel soiled; top edges of leaves a trifle marked, bookseller's sticker at foot of upper pastedown; Thames & Hudson, London, 1963. The Arts of Mankind series. *The Bernard Brett copy, with his bookplate on upper pastedown. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        CLIFFS OF FALL

      1963. Very Good. HAZZARD, Shirley. CLIFFS OF FALL. NY; Knopf, 1963. First edition. 8vo., boards. Very good, a little sun and spotting and a sunned and slightly nicked dust jacket. Hazzard's first book with a warm personal inscription (29 October 1963). "For....who took the kindest interest/in these stories when they/ were newborn with love/from Shirley."

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company ]
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        Podkayne of Mars

      G. P. Putnam. Hardcover. First Edition 2nd Impression. Previous bookseller's price sticker on rear free-endpaper. Browning to edges. First Issue DJ with $3.50 publisher's price. DJ is in good condition with a triangular chip about the size of a thumb nail missing from upper right corner of front panel, and moderate wear and chipping to the tips and extremities of the spine. DJ design by Irv Doktor. Heinlein's last juvenile title . Very Good. 1963.

      [Bookseller: Earthlight Books]
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        THE LITHOGRAPHS OF CHAGALL 1957-1962. ( Lithograph II )

      Boston, Boston Book and Art Shop, Inc., printed in France for Andre Sauret, 1963.. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 1963, translated from the French, Volume 2 only of 6, 4to, 320 x 245 mm, 12½ x 9¾ inches, 184 lithographs, most in colour and most full page, plus 12 ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS including the DUSTWRAPPER, 7 of which are in colour, 208 pages, original publisher's beige cloth, lettered in black on upper cover and spine, in original dustwrapper with publisher's outer acetate dustwrapper. Very small crease to 2 lower page corners, not affecting page number or original lithograph pages, otherwise book FINE in FINE DUSTWRAPPER, dustwrapper just very slightly rubbed at corners and tail of spine. Acetate dustwrapper has minute chip at 3 corners. This is Volume II of the 6 volume Catalogue Raisonne of Chagall's lithographs. The reproductions were printed on the presses of Draeger Freres, and the original lithographs on the presses of Mourlot Freres. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        PODKAYNE OF MARS

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons,. [1963]. cloth.. A fine copy in very good to nearly fine dust jacket with light wear. to spine ends and corners, a bit of rubbing along folds, and several. nicks to bottom edge of rear panel. The jacket is fairly presentable.. (#134779). First edition. Heinlein's last young adult science-fiction novel.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        The Case of the Mischievous Doll (Signed First Edition)

      New York: William Morrow, 1963. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author to his niece on the front endpaper: "To Nordie / With lots of love from / Uncle Erle / Erle Stanley Gardner." Binding ever-so-slightly cocked, else Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket that is lightly rubbed at the extremities. An attractive copy. Perry Mason.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        THE REVENGE. An Autobiographical Fragment

      London: The Stellar Press, 1963 First Edition. Small 8vo., plain card covers in green printed dustwrapper. 1 of 300 copies. The only edition. A very fine, fresh copy in a custom cut clear stiff Mylar protective outer wrapper.. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        The Revenge. An autobiographical fragment

      [Barnet] : Privately printed, 1963. 1st Edition. Physical desc.: 11 p. 18 cm. Subject: Greene, Graham, Memoir -- Travel -- Reminiscences -- Notes: "Privately printed.""Printed at The Stellar Press in an edition of 300 copies for private distribution by the author and the publisher"--Colophon. Near fine paperback copy; edges very slightly dust-dulled and nicked. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Horse Under Water

      Cape, London 1963. First Edition. Hardback. Fine/Near Fine. First Edition First issue, A Fine copy in the original red boards, DJ price-clipped else close to fine with the very lightest of soiling to upper cover.& This copy uniquely inscribed by Deighton "To the best of my recollection the very first copies of 'Horse' had the crossword" on author's own headed note paper loosely inserted, TOGETHER WITH the publisherÕs printed crossword slip also loosely inserted (inviting the bookbuyer to submit for a prize).& The title is additionally INSCRIBED AND SIGNED by the author "for Clive Hirschhorn with many thanks and all my warmest good wishes Len Deighton July 1987"& A really fine collector's copy.

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        The Gift

      New York: Putnam, 1963 First edition of the first English translation. Presentation copy, inscribed on the half-title in pencil with chess imagery: for the [two chess bishops] from Vladimir Nabokov April 2 1964 Ithaca NY, with two butterflies and their shadows, and this annotation: corrected: two misprints on p. 79/ one misprint on p. 254. A fine copy in a near fine jacket. Housed in a custom quarter leather box with folding chemise. From the library of Morris Bishop (with his bookplate to the front pastedown), a department head at Cornell who was responsible for securing Nabokov's position there. He and his wife Alison were among the Nabokovs' few intimates during the late 1940s-1950s, and remained close friends until their deaths. The translation of The Gift into English was one of Nabokov's earliest goals after his emigration to the States in 1940. The Gift illustrates, perhaps more clearly than any of Nabokov's Russian works later translated into English, the cohesion of his two bodies of work by gracefully integrating the literary, personal and political themes that dominate his canon. (Selected Letter, 27, 133-34). When The Gift was published by Putnam's, Nabokov reflects in a BBC interview: ".it is the longest, I think the best, and the most nostalgic of my Russian novels. It portrays the adventures, literary and romantic, of a young Russian expatriate in Berlin, in the twenties; but he's not myself. I am very careful to keep my characters beyond the limits of my own identity. Only the background of the novel can be said to contain some biographical touches. And there is another thing about it that pleases me: probably my favorite Russian poem is one that I happened to give to my main character in that novel (Duval-Smith interview, 1962).. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Where the Wild Things Are

      New York: Harper & Row, Publishers,, 1963. Landscape folio. Original pictorial paper boards with green cloth backstrip, titles to front cover in black, pictorial endpapers. With the pictorial dust jacket. Housed in a custom made slipcase. Colour illustrations by the author throughout. Edges lightly rubbed and toned, dust jacket toned and lightly creased to the spine, price clipped. First edition, first printing, in the first issue jacket. Signed by Sendak on the half title. There seem to be multiple issues of the first printing of this elusive and important book. Variations in price occur throughout the later states but have no bearing on the status of the true first issue. Primacy is established through the text of the blurb which, as in the present copy, makes no mention of the Caldecott Award bestowed upon the book on publication. The winning of such a prestigious prize compelled the publishers to recall the entire edition and change the text on the dust wrapper to include the achievement. Copies therefore with the original blurb are rare and are indubitably the earliest.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        GLORY ROAD

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons,. [1963]. cloth.. Narrow binding glue stain along inner front hinge, else a fine copy. in nearly fine dust jacket with some mild rubbing to spine ends and. corner tips. A nice copy overall. (#141033). First edition. Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 3-200. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-135. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 27.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        The Ipcress File

      New York: Simon & Schuster, 1963.. First American edition of the author's first book. Octavo, original black cloth. Fine in a near fine dust jacket that has a crease to the front panel of the dust jacket flap. Inscribed by the author. A very nice copy.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Jerusalem Windows

      New York: George Braziller. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY CHAGALL. A fine, pristine copy with the scarce publisher's slipcase and shipping box. The English language issue. Inscribed by Chagall on the front free endpaper: "Pour Andrea Sillerstein / Marc Chagall / 1963 / Washington". Beautifully illustrated with 104 plates (64 in full color), and two original color lithographs done expressly for this edition. Chagall's Jerusalem Windows illustrates and chronicles the creation of the famous twelve stained glass windows, one for each of the twelve tribes of Israel, designed by Chagall for the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center Synagogue in Jerusalem. With text and notes by Jean Leymarie. New York: George Braziller, (1962). Original red cloth, original pictorial dust jacket, original acetate, original slipcase and shipping box. A magnificent, fine copy, almost as new. Extremely rare signed and in such outstanding condition.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        The Centaur

      Knopf 1963 - Signed by the Author on the title page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brooklyn Rare Books]
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        THE DYER'S HAND

      London: Faber & Faber, (1963). First British Edition. Hardcover. Hinges fairly neatly repaired. Very Good, lacking the dustwrapper. Bloomfield A45b: 3000 copies, preceded by the American edition which had a larger printing. INSCRIBED and SIGNED "To/Hedwig [Petzold]/with love/from /Wystan" in 1963 on the front free endpaper and with seven manuscript corrections by Auden in the text. Sensational association copy! According to Humphrey Carpenter in W. H. AUDEN: A BIOGRAPHY (p. 69), Auden's "first sexual experience with a woman was when he went to bed with Frau Petzold ... and in the later period of the friendship he seems to have regarded her as a mother- or aunt-figure.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        The Art of Eating (First UK Edition, inscribed by Fisher)

      London: Faber and Faber, 1963. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author to her friends and noted art and book collectors Lucille and Walter Fillin on the front endpaper, making uncommon use of her full name: "For Lucille and Walter Fillin / M.F.K. Fisher / Glen Ellen / 1981 / (with love from Mary Frances)." An attractive, elegantly designed bookplate titled "Lucille Fillin Cookbook Collection" is present on the front pastedown. The first collected edition of the author's earliest works on all things related to food, eating and dining: "Serve It Forth" (1937), "How to Cook a Wolf" (1942), "Consider the Oyster" (1941), "The Gastronomical Me" (1943), and "An Alphabet for Gourmets" (1939). Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. An uncommon presentation on a lovely copy of this key Fisher title.

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        Saint Genet Actor & Martyr [Signed]

      New York: George Braziller, 1963. First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. A Very Good copy of the First American edition, first printing (spine ends pushed, lower outside corner rubbed), in an about Very Good dust toned dust jacket (with edge chipping and a small chip to the spine affecting the upper right portion of the "T" in "Saint", and a 1 1/2" closed tear to the bottom of the rear panel near the spine fold), SIGNED BY JEAN-PAUL SARTRE on the half-title; Sartre's exhaustive evaluation of Jean Genet, the controversial French poet, novelist, playwright, and political activist whose explicit and provocative portrayals of homosexuality and criminality, as well as his subversion of traditional moral values, led to the banning of his works in the United States. Genet was so affected by Sartre's existential analysis of him in "Saint Genet" that he quit writing for 5 years. (Copies of Saint Genet are strangely scarce.) Signed copies of Sartre's works are rather uncommon and signed copies in English translation are remarkably so. A Very Good copy, SIGNED BY JEAN-PAUL SARTRE. RARE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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