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        The Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

      Wiley-Blackwell, 1964. Volume 18. Hardcover. New. SKU: MM-60527641; EAN: 9780470381816

      [Bookseller: Media Mall]
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        Psychology of the Schools: Vol 1 bis Vol 42 (42 Bücher)

      Psychology Press, Brandon 1964 - Hardcover. Sprache: Englisch, Zustand: Gut bis Sehr Gut min. gebräunt (Innen); Bibliotheksex. mit Klebestreifenrest; Besitzerstempel (Innen); Einband Außen hat geringe bis leichte Gebrauchsspuren; Besitzerstempel auf Schnitt; For a good offer I could imagine to sell single pieces; Vol 42 ist 2005; Buch wurde nachgebunden; 35000 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gebrauchtbücherlogistik H.J. Lauterbach]
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        Francis Bacon

      Thames and Hudson Ltd, London 1964 - Dustwrapper largely intact but frayed along edge between front and spine, with a 3cm tear from the top, and some markings. Forest-green cloth binding with gilt illustration on front and gilt lettering on spine. Some fading on spine edges. Some light foxing on front and rear endpapers, but then free within. 27 colour plates and 260 b/w plates, all still vivid. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Topsham Bookshop]
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        No 144-145-146: Hommage a Georges Braque

       Maeght Editeur, Paris, 1964. 84 S. mit 5 (davon 1 doppelblattgroß) farbigen Original-Lithographien sowie zahlreichen Reproduktionen und photographischen Portraits, kartonierter Original-Einband, folio, (Einband hinten etwas fleckig) - gutes Exemplar / good condition / Die Lithographien von Picasso, Joan Miró, Pierre Tal-Coat, Raoul Ubac, Pierre Pallut und Georges Braque auf Einband / Text französisch - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Kunst und Kunstwissenschaften

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        Les Iles de la Nuit. Pointes sèches de Jacques Boullaire

      Les Bibliophiles du Faubourg et du Papier, Paris 1964 - In-4, en feuilles, couverture illustrée rempliée, chemise et étui de l'éditeur, coins frottés. Première édition illustrée. 17 pointes-sèches originales de Jacques Boullaire dans le texte dont 7 à pleine page. Tirage unique à 150 exemplaires numérotés imprimés sur vélin de Rives. L'exemplaire est enrichi de deux menus comprenant une eau-forte originale de l'artiste. Bel exemplaire. Monod, Manuel de l?amateur de livres illustrés modernes 1875-1975, II, n°11240. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Mr Watkins got drunk and had to be carried home. A party piece by Jeff Nuttall from an idea by William Burroughs.

      [Finchley: Writers' Forum,] 1964 - Octavo (205 x 165 mm). Pictorial paper wrappers, rear wrapper slightly shorter, wire-stitched mimeographed typescript printed on light blue and yellow paper on one side only. Wrappers very faintly rubbed, small nick to centre of backstrip. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression, one of approximately 50 copies hand-printed by the author. Jeff Nuttall performed his cut-up piece at a party at his home in north London on 1 February 1964, in front of an audience which included concrete poet Bob Cobbing and painter Islwyn Watkins, after whom the work takes its title. A bright copy of this scarce and fragile publication. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        K2: The Savage Mountain

      London: Collins, 1964 First edition, first printing. Personal copy of mountaineer George Lowe, with his bookplate adhered to the front pastedown. Inscribed by Lowe on the front free endpaper: "George Lowe. / 1955." Publisher's blue cloth, lettered in gilt; in the original pictorial dust jacket, with an illustration of a mountain camp to the front panel, lettered in red and black. About near fine, with some light wear to the spine, spine cracked and holding at the title page, bookseller's plate to the front pastedown, else fresh and clean; unclipped dust jacket, with some light wear and rubbing to the extremities, faint soiling to the rear panel. Overall, a tight and attractive copy, inscribed by Lowe. K2: The Savage Mountain is an account of the 1953 American Karakoram Expedition to K2, the world' second tallest mountain. With a 25% death rate for all who endeavor to climb it, it is widely considered one of the most difficult and dangerous mountains to climb and has accordingly been dubbed the "mountaineer's mountain." Led by Houston, this expedition team sought to achieve the first summit of K2, but their mission was thwarted when a severe storm stranded them at a high-altitude camp for over a week. After one of the expedition members fell ill, the team decided to descend the mountain and save their teammate in spite of the additional risk it put on their own health and safety. After narrowly surviving a steep fall and losing their injured companion, the remaining members managed to survive the "savage mountain" and return to Base Camp, albeit with frostbite and other injuries. Although K2 would be summited by an Italian expedition in 1954, this 1953 expedition remains renowned for the courage and compassion shown by its climbers, and because, as Houston writes in his foreword, "No mountain is climbed by one man or two. Behind them stand the shadows of dozens of others who tried, hoped and failed.". 1st Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Teatr. (Teatp). 1964 12 issues

      Moscow (Moskva): Iskusstvo, 1964. 4to. Original wraps. 12 issues complete for the year. Later issues ISSN 0131-6885 1960--1964 -- ( ) « » -- , , . 1937 « ». 1941 1945, 1995, 1998--1999, 2009--2010. , 1990- ( 1996 1997 ). 2010 1 2 . 1945--1953 , 1954--1990

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Manuale tipografico

      1964 - 4to. Three vols. Publisher's black leather, gilt; pp. lxxii, 267; pp. 279, 3 plates of music; pp. 209 + 74 plates; Limited edition of 900 signed and numbered copies. This copy numbered 488 and signed in ink by Franco Maria Ricci. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        The Two Faces of January (1st printing)

      Doubleday, New York 1964 - Doubleday & Co. 1964. New York. 203 pages. 1st edition, 1st printing. First Edition in the United States of America stated on the copyright page. No later printings noted. Patricia Highsmith's most elusive first edition. Bright yellow cloth panels. Book would grade fine if not for light foxing to upper page edges and a minor trace to endpapers and even less on side page deck. Book appears unread. Pages lay tight and undisturbed. Original 1st issue DJ has $3.50 price intact on flap. DJ is about fine aside from one tiny rub to upper left corner of DJ front. Basis for a 2014 film sharing the same name. Highsmith's most elusive title. A most uncommon 1st printing in scarce DJ. NF/NF. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Medium Rare Books]
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        Collection of still photographs from film adaptations of the plays of Tennessee Williams, 1951-1964

      Various cities: Various studios, 1964. Collection of 49 vintage single weight still photographs from various film adaptations of Tennessee Williams plays. All stills are black and white and US issue unless otherwise noted. Included are: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (1951, Elia Kazan) 1 press photograph of Marlon Brando and Kim Hunter, with TCF stamp and press notations on the verso. THE ROSE TATTOO (1955, Daniel Mann). 14 US studio photographs THE LONG, HOT SUMMER (1958, Martin Ritt) Collection of 8 British front of house cards. Front-of-house cards are the equivalent of US lobby cards, but the same size as US color stills, and typically have images that do not appear on US lobby cards and stills. 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Very minor wear at the extremities, about Near Fine overall. A film based on several literary sources, including William Faulkner's "The Hamlet," Faulkner short stories "Barn Burning" and "Spotted Horses," as well as Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER (1959, Joseph L. Mankiewicz) 1 press photograph of Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift, with press notations on the verso. 6 British front of house cards, with the rating of "X" then in use in Great Britain. SUMMER AND SMOKE (1961, Peter Glenville) 12 studio still photographs, 2 with press notations on the verso (and 1 on the recto at the margin). SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH (1962, Richard Brooks). 1 still photograph of Paul Newman and Geraldine Page, with a mimeo ditto-style snipe describing the scene, printed on the verso. NIGHT OF THE IGUANA (1964, John Huston) 1 still photograph of Richard Burton, grabbing a long blade.

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      1964 - WESTHEIMER, David. VON RYAN'S EXPRESS. [No place]: Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, 1963. Folio: punch-bound pages. Original First Draft Screenplay (dated July 18, 1963) for the 1965 movie, starring Frank Sinatra and Trevor Howard. Based of Westheimer's novel, the screenplay is co-written by Westheimer and Saul David. This particular screenplay belonged to Westheimer with "Property of David Westheimer. Please Return" (apparently in his hand) written on the front cover and additionally signed by Westheimer on the title page. Good (edges worn with short tears & small chips, little chipping spine). A fragile item! Enclosed in a custom-designed, leather and cloth clam-shell box, with a gilt-worked spine and "Von Ryan's Express" in relief on the front cover. A one-of-a-kind item! $1500.00. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antic Hay Books]
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        Werke Poliakoffs.

      Galerie der Spiegel, (Köln 1964 - (Köln, Galerie der Spiegel 1964). 2°. [9] Blatt. Eine Farbradierung (von zwei). OBr. (= Geh durch den Spiegel 41). Eines von 300 Exemplaren mit der beiliegenden Originalradierung Blau Grün Rot Schwarz und einem Text von Hans Arp. Sprache: deu [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Georg Fritsch Antiquariat]
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        The Burning Secret (Original screenplay for an unproduced 1964 film)

      N.p.: N.p., 1964. Draft script for an unproduced 1964 British remake of Robert Siodmak's 1933 German-Austrian film, based on the 1913 novella "Brennendes Geheimmnis" by Stephan Zweig, and with Siodmak once again attached to direct. Copy belonging to screenwriter Arbeid, with his name in holograph ink on the title page. The story of a boy who is befriended by a mysterious baron, only to become heartbroken and jealous when it turns out the baron has designs on his mother. Eventually remade in 1988, starring Faye Dunaway. Red wrappers with title window die cut in the British style. Title page present with credit for novelist Zweig and screenwriters Arbeid and Bradley. 142 leaves, with the last leaf of text numbered 140. Mimeograph. Very Good. Dampstain to bottom of wrappers and corresponding lower page edges, bound internally with two silver brads. Greco, Joseph. The File on Robert Siodmak in Hollywood: 1941-1951., 1999. p. 212.

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        The Island Race.

      London: Cassell, 1964. Large quarto (292 x 234 mm). Finely bound by Asprey and Co. Ltd. in burgundy morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, spine and boards extra gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Illustrated in colour throughout the text. A fine copy. First Edition thus, an abridgement by Timothy Baker of the four volumes of Churchill's History of the English-Speaking Peoples.

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        1964 Frank Stella Untitled (Rabat) (From Ten Works by Ten Painters) Serigraph

      1964 - "Untitled (Rabat) (From Ten Works by Ten Painters)" by Frank Stella, Unsigned Serigraph printed in 1964 from an edition size of 500. The overall is size of the Serigraph is 24 x 20 inches. The condition of this piece has been graded as A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Here is some supplemental information about the Serigraph: From the "Ten Works, Ten Painters" portfolio. Designed and produced by Ives-Sillman, New Haven, Connecticut.This piece embodies Stella's desire to treat the "picture-as-object" rather than the picture as a representation of something. Stella's abstract and minimalist tendencies are on full display. This piece also serves as a touchstone for Stella and all of the contributions he made to the field of print making both in form and content. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Island Race.

      London: Cassell 1964 - Large quarto (292 x 234 mm). Finely bound by Asprey and Co. Ltd. in burgundy morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, spine and boards extra gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. Illustrated in colour throughout the text. First Edition thus, an abridgement by Timothy Baker of the four volumes of Churchill's History of the English-Speaking Peoples. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      University of Texas Press, Austin 1964 - First Printing. Octavo (22.5cm); black cloth, with titles stamped in copper on spine; dustjacket; 95, [1]pp; illus. Touch of fading to base of spine, else Fine in a Very Good+ dustjacket, unclipped (priced $4.00), with sunning to spine and upper edge of front panel, minor wear to extremities, with a few small tears. Together with a promotional pamphlet from an International Poetry Forum event at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Library, where this copy was signed. Collection of poems, stories, sketches, and apocryphal quotations originally translated from El Hacedor (The Maker). Dustjacket and illustrations throughout by Antonio Frasconi. Uncommon signed, and nicely tied to a specific venue. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Les fleurs du mal

      Edition illustrated with 24 original lithographs in colors and text-out of Leonor Fini, one of 481 numbered copies on Holland paper.Nice copy. Le cercle du livre précieux Paris 1964 32x43cm en feuilles sous chemise et étui

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        The Shiny Narrow Grin -by Jane Gaskell ( a Vampire Story )

      London, England: London, UK: Hodder & Stoughton / H&S, 1964, 1st Edition, First Printing, 1964. -----------hardcover, a Near Fine copy, in a very attractive Very Good dustjacket, light wear, rear panel of jacket is largely white with text and has rubbing and light soiling, set in the early 1960's around the Mod world of teenagers and young adults, kinda like the young MODS meet a bloodsucker, a strangely compelling story, an incredibly rare vampire novel and undeservedly neglected especially in this modern day of Young Adult vampire series like Meyers Twilight series, ---"Terry is a Mod. The Boy is something altogether more profoundly disturbing. He is not insane but there is a deeper terror in his relationship with the schoolgirl who is sure she can look after herself."---, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. Illus. by Photo Cover.

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      London Michael Joseph 1964 First Impression ("First published by . . . " on copyright page). 8vo: 238pp. Publisher's forest green cloth, spine lettered in gilt; in the iconic Trevor Denning dust jacket, priced 16s. A Fine example, square, tight and likely unread, with lightly spotted top and fore-edges; in a just about Fine jacket, back panel dust soiled, orange faded to yellow on spine, Fine

      [Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd.]
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      El Mochuelo Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA 1964 - np, 126 duotone plates. With a bibliography by Bernard Karpel. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. Published in a stated edition of fifteen hundred copies, this exquisite 1964 Harry Callahan monograph is notoriously scarce as it has been widely reported that only half of these were actually ever bound for sale. A tight and bright, most handsome example (cited on pages 202-203 of The Hasselblad Center's "The Open Book", page 160 of "From Fair to Fine: 20th Century Photography Books That Matter", and pages 168-169 of "The Book of 101 Books") marred only by the typical browning of the glue binding the endpapers to the boards - as is the case with every copy that we've ever handled - in a well-preserved, lightly-scuffed slipcase. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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      Viking Press, 1964 A fine first edition in a fine dust jacket, signed by Saul Bellow on the front free endpaper, housed in a custom-made clamshell collector's case.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        Beatles Photograph Signed at the Odeon Theatre Leeds in 1964 with exceptional provenance

      Leeds, ca. 1964. 15.25" x 13.75". "Photograph Signed ""John Lennon,"" ""Paul McCartney,"" ""George Harrison,"" and ""Ringo Starr"" on verso. Black and white, 5.25"" x 3.5"". Topstar promotional photograph taken in 1963. Uniformly creased on photo side captioned ""The Beatles,"" minor chipping at edges. Vertical crease just nicks the ""h"" in ""John."" Dark, early signatures of the Fab Four. Very Good condition. Beautifully matted and framed to 15.25"" x 13.75"". On the verso of the photograph, Gregg has penned her name and address in the upper left, ""The Beatles for ever!!!!"" in the upper right, and ""For the Beatles to autograph. Please!!"" across the center. All four have signed in the lower half.Miss Gregg had sent this photograph to J.D. Clark, General Manager of the Odeon Theatre, Leeds, England. Included is a Typed Letter Signed ""J.D. Clark,"" 1 page, 6"" x 8"". The Rank Organisation, Theatre Division, Odeon Theatre, Leeds, November 23, 1963. To Miss J. Gregg, 12 Blue Hill Crescent, Leeds 12. In full, ""Dear Jacqueline, Thank you for your letter dated 20th November. I have no idea when the Beatles will be here again, but we shall not be permitting any backstage visitors. All we can do is offer to try to obtain autographs for you.""The Beatles next performed at the Odeon in Leeds on October 22, 1964. This was also their last performance at the Odeon Theatre in Leeds, England. They performed ten songs including ""Twist and Shout,"" ""Can’t Buy Me Love,"" ""If I Fell,"" and ""A Hard Day's Night."" An Odeon Theatre / Leeds 2.5"" x 2.5"" ticket stub for the ""1st Performance 6-0 p.m. / Thursday October 22 / Centre Circle"" is present."

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      New York: The Viking Press, 1964. First edition of the author's second of three National Book Award winning novels, which was and remains an unprecedented literary accomplishment. Octavo, original blue cloth. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with light toning to the spine. Inscribed by the author to his editor on the front free endpaper, "For Aaron and Linda, affectionately, Saul." The recipient was Bellow's editor Aaron Asher and his wife Linda. Asher also edited Philip Roth, Arthur Miller and many others. A significant association. A novel complex, compelling, absurd and realistic, Herzog became a classic almost as soon as it was published in 1964. In it Saul Bellow tells the tale of Moses E. Herzog, a tragically confused intellectual who suffers from the breakup of his second marriage, the general failure of his life and the specter of growing up Jewish in the middle part of the 20th century. He responds to his personal crisis by sending out a series of letters to all kinds of people. The letters in total constitute a thoughtful examination of his own life and that which has occurred around him. What emerges is not always pretty, but serves as gritty foundation for this absorbing novel. "A masterpiece" (The New York Times).

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        An Area of Darkness.

      London: Andre Deutsch,, 1964. Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine gilt, top edge black. With the dust jacket. Contemporary bookseller's ticket to front flap of jacket. Top edge faded. An excellent copy in a slightly rubbed and toned jacket with one tiny closed tear and tape repair to the verso. First edition, first impression. Signed by the author on the half-title. From the library of historian and book collector Anthony Hobson.

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        Grapefruit (First Edition, inscribed at the Judson Church Gallery opening, 1966)

      Tokyo: Wuntemaum Press, 1964. First Edition. First Edition. One of 500 copies printed, preceding the UK edition by four years. INSCRIBED by Yoko Ono on the first blank: "To Helen, / 1966, opening / Judson Church Gallery / NYC, NY / Yoko Ono." The author, poet, and conceptual artist's first book. The inscription almost certainly refers to opening night of "The Stone" on March 10th, 1966, a collaborative environment conducted by Ono's then-husband, Anthony Cox. Michael Mason supplied sound forms, Jon Hendricks supplied "air", and Jeff Perkins a film message. For her part, Ono contributed "Eye Bags": black bags which participants crawled inside of and could see through, although they could not be seen within by spectators--in effect the inverse of a one-way mirror. Ono's first book, a groundbreaking conceptual piece made up of "event scores," series of actions, ideas, or instructions that take the place of physical works of art and can be performed by another individual (an example being the piece titled, "Painting to Exist Only When It's Copied or Photographed: Let people copy or photograph your paintings. Destroy the originals.") While a handful of signed copies have have shown up in commerce in the last couple of decades, most have generic inscriptions referencing a season, e.g. 1965, Autumn. This is the only copy we have encountered with a contemporary inscription that can be pinpointed to a time and place-and most importantly, one of Ono's own installations. Very Good or better in original white perfect bound wrappers. Wrappers lightly soiled and foxed, with some of the usual production wrinkle at the spine. Still, a tight, square copy. In a lovely black cloth clamshell box with a leather spine label titled in gilt. Munroe and Hendricks, Yes Yoko Ono, pages 82-83, 313. Hendricks, Fluxus Codex, pages 418-419. Celant, Book As Artwork, page 61.

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        Heavily illustrated three-page letter to Jon and Louise Webb

      Los Angeles: N.p., 1964. Typed letter signed, and colorfully illustrated, from Charles Bukowski to one of his earliest publishers, Jon and Louise Webb. With holograph corrections in green ink by Bukowski throughout. Affixed to the letter are 4 multi-colored abstract drawings in marker and paint, rendered on oddly-cut pieces of paper and applied variously at the margins and within the text. With the original mailing envelope. An early and quite meaty three page letter, dated October 31, 1964, written from the home Bukowski rented on De Longpre Avenue in Los Angeles. The letter contains a wealth of content about the author from those days (and from his perspective), well before he became a celebrity in counterculture or otherwise. He complains about his job at the post office, about a string of whores running him through the wringer, and the race track. Bukowski openly discusses his feelings about his young daughter Marina Louise, and spends two paragraphs complaining about Sheri Martinelli (his first publisher), between which he has drawn a bare-breasted portrait of her. Included also is considerable discussion regarding the apparently endless trouble the Webb's were experiencing, as well as the anticipation of the 3100 copies of Bukowski's second major collection of poems, the soon-to-be-published "Crucifix In A Deathhand." Considerable drunken rambling is present as well, along with a brief poem on the final page. One of the finest Bukowski letters we have seen or handled: early, with historical, literary, and personal content, along with the author's typically dazzling artwork. 8.5 x 11 inches, executed on white letter stock, rectos only. Old horizontal folds long smoothed out, with a few faint glue smudges around the affixed artwork, a few tiny stains. Quite bright and supple, Near Fine overall.

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      London Blandford Press () 1964 - Kl-8; 90 pp mit zahlr. teils farb. Tafeln; illustr. OKart. mit Affendarstellung (etwas gegilbt, Vortitel gelockert). - Auf dem Vortitel eigh. Widmung des Künstlers mit Unterschrift "Oskar Kokoschka", Villeneuve, 3. 11. 1964: "For Dagmar Schmedes, the artist, with my love . The front-picture shows my true character of an individualist, isolated from those fools who call themselves human society." Die Opernsängerin und Musikpädagogin Dagmar Schmedes (1896-1987), verheiratet mit dem österr. Eiskunstläufer Alfred Berger, war die Tochter des dänischen Heldentenors Erik Schmedes. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Senza titolo

      Milano: Grafica Uno, , 1964. Perfetto (Mint). Acquatinta e rilievo metallico dalla cartella ''Struttura grafica'' con testi di Michel Tapié e Berto Morucchio, Milano 1964 (aquatint and print from metallic relief). cm 48x38 (foglio 70x50). Perfetto (Mint). Tiratura 70 + XXX es. numerati.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        Derrière Le Miroir N° 144-145-146 Hommage à Georges Braque.

      Maeght 1964 - 4 Lithographies originales en couleurs de Miro, Tal-Coat, Ubac et Pallut. 1 lithographie originale en noir de Picasso ( M 1847). Nombreuses reproductions, portraits photographiques de Braque par Man Ray, Brassai, Routhier et Mariette Lachaud. Textes de Saint-John Perse, René Char, Alberto Giacometti, Francis Ponge, Jean Paulhan, Jacques Prévert, D.H. Kahnweiler, Marc Chagall. Contains 6 original lithographs, one each, by Picasso (b&w; Cr. 124; Bloch 1847), Miró (color; Cramer 87), Tal-Coat (color), Ubac (color), Pallut (color) and Braque (wrappers in colors) + many lithographic and photogravure plates by numerous artists, including Chagall, Man Ray, Giacometti, Chillida and Brassaï. Text contributors include a star cast of R. Char, F. Ponge, J. Prévert, C. Zervos, S. Kahnweiler, M. Jouhandeau, J. Prévert, D. Cooper, J. Dupin and J. Leymarie. Bel exemplaire

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        One Cent Life With an autograph signed dedication by TING, Walasse

      One Cent Life. With an autograph signed dedication by TING, Walasse. Sam Francis. Bern: E.W. Kornfeld, 1964.Large folio (12 by 16-1/2 inches). Walasse Ting Anthology of 1960 Pop Art-Abstract scene, a collection of works of European and American artists that visually strikes Walasse sharp poems. This copy come with an extensive dedication in pen written by Ting Walasse, dated 9-9-1989: "Dear Els, I wrote this poem when I am 28 years old in New York. I always wrote this kind of poem every day in life. All my love to you, Walasse".A bright and unusual portfolio with 62 original lithographs by 28 European and American artists and 62 letterpress poems by Walasse Ting. The lithographs are by: Walase Ting (6 lithos); Pierre Alechinsky (5 lithos); Karel Appel (5 lithos); Enrico Baj (2 lithos); Alan Davie (2 lithos), Sam Francis ("Pink Venus Kiki" + 5 other lithos); Robert Indiana (2 lithos); Asger Jorn (2 lithos); Roy Lichtenstein (Cover + 1 litho); Joan Mitchell; Claes Oldenburg (3 lithos: "Parade of Women" + "All Kinds of Love 1 & 2"); Mel Ramos (2 lithos), Robert Rauschenberg (2 lithos);Joan Mitchell, Allan Kaprow, Rinehound, Jim Dine, Jean-Paul Riopelle, James Rosenquist; Antonio Saura, Kimber Smith, K.R.H. Sonderberg, Bram Van Velde; Oyvind Fahlstrom, Andy Warhol, and Tom Wesselmann (2 lithos). Limited numbered edition of 2000 copies. Loose as issued in silkscreen cloth chemise, with pictorial original dustjacket, and slipcase. In very good condition.

      [Bookseller: Marninart, Inc (ABAA-ILAB)]
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        Typed Letter Signed, with Vim and Vigor

      1964. May 15, 1964. Hall of Famer Musial ("Stan the Man") played baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1941 to 1963 (minus one year in the Navy); in February, 1964, he began a three-year term as Consultant to the President on Physical Fitness, under President Lyndon Johnson. This (form) letter, written on White House stationery, addressed to the Public Relations Director of the L.A. Dodgers, and signed by Musial as "Stan," asks for help, "since we don't have funds for advertising" in publicizing "two new books -- Vim for girls, Vigor for boys -- which explain how important [exercise] can be to their future." Included here are copies of Vim and Vigor, "A Complete Exercise Plan for Girls/Boys 12 to 18." [Washington, D.C.: President's Council on Physical Fitness, 1964]. Each is 24 pages, leading off with a Presidential Message from Johnson and concluding with a message from President Kennedy "prepared especially for this book in November, 1963." The 50+ year old advice is surprisingly current, and the advice across the two genders is surprisingly balanced. The letter is fine; the booklets are very good (Vim) and near fine (Vigor) in stapled wrappers. An example of the youthful President Kennedy's foresight in his emphasis on physical fitness, and the subsequent President taking up the mantle to continue his effort with the help of one of the athletic superstars of the day. First Edition. No Binding.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Greta Garbo, the financial whiz, manages trust accounts for her brother Sven Gustafson

      New York, New York, June 22, 1964. 8.5" x 11". "Typed Letter Signed, ""Greta Garbo,"" 1 page, 8.5"" x 11"", New York, June 22, 1964 to the Chase Manhattan Bank, enclosing ""three savings bank account books which cover accounts ... in the name of Greta Garbo in Trust for Sven Gustafson"" and authorizing the bank to make certain withdrawals from those banks. Offered together with a passbook from The Seamen's Bank for Savings for an account kept by ""Greta Garbo in trust for Sven Gustafson,"" an account Garbo kept for her brother between January 1944 to April 1960, when she closed the account. The passbook is accompanied by a transfer slip noting the funds, totaling $10,078.38, into her account with Chase Manhattan.According to her grand-niece, Garbo, who had experienced the bank failures of the Great Depression, kept her funds in a wide variety of bank accounts. From the estate of Greta Garbo. Offered with a letter of provenance. "

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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      Morrow 1964 - Light yellowing to page edges; otherwise a bright, clean, square copy. DJ has light age darkening to edges and rear flap fold; very minor wear to spine ends. A sharp copy of this very scarce title which was the basis for the 1966 movie, The Professionals, staring Burt Lancaster, Lee Marvin, and Robert Ryan. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gene Zombolas]
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        No 144-145-146: Hommage a Georges Braque

      - - gutes Exemplar / good condition / Die Lithographien von Picasso, Joan Miró, Pierre Tal-Coat, Raoul Ubac, Pierre Pallut und Georges Braque auf Einband / Text französisch - Gewicht in Gramm: 992 Maeght Editeur, Paris, 1964. 84 S. mit 5 (davon 1 doppelblattgroß) farbigen Original-Lithographien sowie zahlreichen Reproduktionen und photographischen Portraits, kartonierter Original-Einband, folio, (Einband hinten etwas fleckig)

      [Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat]
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        Those Magnificent Men in the Their Flying Machines (Original screenplay for the 1965 UK film)

      London: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1964. Final Shooting script for the 1965 UK film. Included is a vintage color studio still from the UK release of the film. A British newspaper offers a prize to the winner of a cross-channel air race, bringing aviators from around the world to compete for the chance at victory, grabbing the attention of various women. Gert Frobe, who would go on to play Goldfinger in the classic James Bond film, makes an appearance as a German officer who reads the instruction booklet of a plane while trying to keep it airborne. A number of authentic airplanes from the 1900s were used during production, including a 1910 Deperdussin Monoplane and a 1912 Blackburn Monoplane. Nominated for an Academy Award (Best Writing). A story set and shot on location in England, including Book Airfield in Buckinghamshire. Black titled wrappers, with a die-cut title window in the British style. Title page present, noted as Final Shooting Script, dated April 1964, with credits for screenwriters Annakin and Jack Davies. 166 leaves, photographically reproduced. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine internally bound with two silver brads.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Address Given at the Memorial Service for Ian Fleming. St Bartholomew the Great.

      Westerham: Privately printed at the Westerham Press, September 15th , 1964. Octavo. Original black wrappers,printed paper label to front cover. With the original unprinted glassine. An excellent copy, with some shallow chips to the glassine. First edition, wrappered issue. The South African poet and novelist William Plomer had been publisher's reader for Jonathan Cape from 1937. He was instrumental in the publication of Fleming's work and the dedicatee of Goldfinger. With a letter laid-in from the then-chairman of Jonathan Cape, Michael S. Howard, presenting the copy as a gift to a Mr Pope.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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