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        Mortal Leap

      Norton, 1964, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition. Light shelf wear and discoloring; tight square binding; very good shape; nice copy of a rare title; no jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 132845.

      [Bookseller: Easy Chair Books]
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        Le ravissement de Lol. V. Stein

      Gallimard 1964 - - Gallimard, Paris 1964, 12,5x19,5cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 130 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, le nôtre un des 75 réservés au Club de l'édition originale, seuls grands papiers. Signature autographe de Marguerite Duras sur la page de faux-titre. Bel exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of 130 numbered copies on "pur-fil" paper, ours one of 75 reserved to the Club of the first edition, the only major paper. Handwritten signature of Marguerite Duras on the half-title page. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        A HARD DAY'S NIGHT: ORIGINAL HAND-COLORED PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTWORK USED TO PRODUCE PROMOTIONAL LOBBY CARD #10

      United Artists 1964 - The Beatles "A HARD DAY'S NIGHT" Hollywood: United Artists, (c. 1964). Original vintage hand-tinted double-weight still photograph used to produce promotional A HARD DAY'S NIGHT U. S. release Lobby Card #10. This high-resolution double-weight flat matte 8" x 10" production photo was printed in black and white in preparation for the creation of the now familiar 11" x 14" promotional color lobby card then hand-tinted; registration marks and color directions written in grease pencil can be seen on the photo itself. This lobby card artwork showcases one of the more detailed of the lobby cards in the set, featuring Paul McCartney in disguise (hiding from screaming Beatles fans) accompanied by Wilfred Brambell who plays his creepy trouble-making grandpa. In Very Good condition, lightly worn. The reverse is a bit aged and smudged. The film A HARD DAY'S NIGHT was directed in 1964 by Richard Lester and was rather a low budget operation, shot in black-and-white, and used a zany cinema-verite style to showcase a few days in the life of Beatlemania. At the time it was meant to be the equivalent of a promotional film, few anticipated that the film would end up being acclaimed a comedy classic. For roughly the same price as a fine example of the original lobby card itself, you can own the original art that made it. Ex- Heritage Poster Auction #601 (March 2004)

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        Nothing Personal

      1964 - AVEDON, Richard and BALDWIN, James. Nothing Personal. New York: Atheneum, 1964. Folio, original white laminated boards, original slipcase. $1850.First edition of an artistic collaboration documenting the face of America in the 60s, boldly inscribed: “For Bob with gratitude always, Dick.”Avedon’s second book of photographs, with text by James Baldwin, presents “a wide cross-section of images of Americans, from an elderly ex-slave to former president Dwight Eisenhower to the Everly Brothers to patients in a mental ward” (McDarrah, 22). Slipcase with a bit of soiling and minor wear to extremities. Book near-fine, with one gathering expertly reattached and faint smudging to boards. An attractive inscribed copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Actions / Agit-Pop / De-Collage / Happening / Events / Antiart / L´autrisme / Art Total / Refluxus. Festival der neuen Kunst, 20. Juli 1964, Aachen, Technische Hochschule.

      Köln. Selbstverlag T. Schmit. 1964. 1. Auflage. 4°. Titelblatt + 14 Blatt. OBroschur, Klammergeheftet. Umschlag vorne mit sehr kleiner Fehlstelle am rechten Rand, Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. Sonst sehr gutes, vollständiges Exemplar der fragilen Broschüre. Dokumentation des berühmten Happenings in der TH Aachen am 20. Juli 1964. Enthält Texte und Beiträge der Teilnehmer: Eric Andersen, Joseph Beuys, Bazon Brock, Stanley Brown, Henning Christiansen, Robert Filliou, Ludwig Gosewitz, Arthur Koepcke, Tomas Schmit, Ben Vautier, Wolf Vostell, Emett Williams. Organisiert wurde die Aktion von Valdis Abolins und Tomas Schmit, die Programm & Dokumentations - Publikation wurde herausgegeben von Schmit und Vostell. Enthält 14 geklammerte, hektographierte Blätter und ein kartoniertes Titelblatt mit Dreifachwiederholung aller Fotos der Teilnehmer. Dieses wiederholt sich hier als letztes Blatt noch einmal, über Kopf geheftet, die Fotos nach Außen gerichtet. Auf Blatt 11 ist, in einem montierten blauen Umschlag, ein \"Vivograph\" von Tomas Schmitt eingelegt. Die kleine Blaupausenzeichnung (Auto-Seismo-Grafik) ist eingelegt zwischen zwei Blatt Blaupause und bei allen bislang eruierten Arbeiten unterschiedlich, das heißt unikatär. Der Umschlag ist hier noch ungeöffnet. Er enthält auf der Vorderseite einen Anleitungstext von Tomas Schmit: \"reissen sie dieses couvert von diesem blatt ab! / lassen sie es verschlossen! / stecken sie es in ihre brieftasche / oder hosentasche / oder unter ihr strumpfband / in ihre schlafanzugtasche / etc: jedenfalls tragen sie es immer mit sich! / öffnen sie es nach einer woche / oder nach 100000 atemzügen oder nach ihrem nächsten autounfall / etc: zumindest keinesfalls früher als nach drei tagen! / : - und sehen sie ihre auto-seismo-graphik!\" Enthält ferner den eingehefteten \"OZUP-Bon\" von Ludwig Gosewitz nach Blatt 8. Der Publikation liegen hier einige Dokumente der Aktionen bei: Ein Flugblatt zur Publikumsbeteiligung von Wolf Vostells de-coll/age Ereignis \"Nie wieder - Never - Jamais\" während des Festivals am 20.7.1964 in roter Typographie, maschinenvervielfälltigt; ein Flugblatt zu einer Aktion von Emmett Wiliams und Robert Filliou, die ihre rosaroten Ohrenpfropfen im Rahmen der Veranstaltung für 1 DM anbieten; ein Flugblatt von Wolf Vostell und Tomas Schmit, datiert Köln 8.5.1964, Schreibmaschinentext hektographiert: \"Was in Europa passierte ... und in Morsbroich fehlte!\" [Zweiseitiger chronologischer Verweis auf alle Fluxus-Aktivitäten in Europa seit dem 13.11.1959 mit der Musik-Aktion von Nam June Paik in der Galerie 22 bis zum Erscheinen von decollage 4]; ein Flugblatt in skandinavischer Sprache zu Aktionen von Beuys, Vostell, Brock, Schmit, Andersen und Koepcke; die Titelseite der Broschüre mit den Passfotos der Teilnehmer, hier als loses Blatt und auf besserem, gestrichenem Papier. (2 Flugblätter ungenutzt, 3 mittig ein mal gefaltet). Das als Happening geplante Festival musste nach einer Intervention des Rektors der TH Aachen als Gedenkfeier des 20. Juli Attentates umgedeutet werden. Durch diesen Eingriff, aber auch durch die von Seiten der Künstler erfolgte Proklamation des Aktionstages neugierig gestimmt, war das Audimax mit über 800 Gästen überbelegt. Schon während der ersten Aktionen kam es zu Tumulten, die so weit eskalierten, das nur ein Teil der geplanten Aktionen ausgeführt werden konnten. Während der Aktion von Joseph Beuys wurde diesem von einem zornigen Studenten der TH die Nase blutig geschlagen - er bezog diese Störung und ihre Folgen in die Aktion mit ein und brach nicht ab. Dies war allerdings noch nicht der Grund für den endgültigen Abbruch - der erfolgte, nachdem Vostell gelben Farbstaub aufwirbelte, der das Luftfiltersystem des Audimax verstopfte. Allerdings war nicht allein die diffuse Zusammensetzung des Publikums aus Architekten, Maschinenbauern und Fluxusfreunden Anlaß für die kontinuierlichen Unterbrechungen; auch nicht in das Programm einbezogene Künstler wie Timm Ullrichs und Franz Erhard Walther sorgten im Vorfeld und während der Aktionen für Störungen. Der als Programmheft gedachte Katalog des Festivals wurde nur in recht wenigen Exemplaren vervielfälltigt. In dieser Erhaltung und Vollständigkeit mit dem ungeöffneten Briefumschlag sowie 5 Flugblättern ist es extrem selten. [Vgl. Fluxus. Eine lange Geschichte mit vielen Knoten. Kat., S. 26 / happening & fluxus, materialien, 1970; \"Nie wieder Störungsfrei\", S. 22 ff; Wollt Ihr das totale Leben? Fluxus und Agit-Pop der 60er Jahre in Aachen, S. 7ff sowie ausführlich zu den Aktionen S. 33ff. Mit Abbildungen und Nachdruck des Kataloges]. Versand D: 2,00 EUR Deutschland / Germany, Fluxus / Fluxus, nach 1945 / after 1945, Happening, Künstlermanifeste

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        Americans on Everest. [Inscribed / Signed] The official account of the ascent led by Norman G. Dyhrenfurth.

      

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        AMERICANS ON EVEREST: The Official Account of the Ascent Led by Norman G. Dyhren

      Philadelphia [1964], Lippincott. Blue cloth, very good, 429p. glossary, 2 app., 7 color, 67 b.w. photos, 16 x 24 cm., dj.,. bright copy, SIGNED BY FOUR EXPEDITION MEMBERS, 3 SUMMITERS:. Emerson, Prather, Whittaker; & Hornbein. TRUE FIRST EDITION. AN EXCITING AND HEROIC ACCOUNT OF THE CLIMB TO MT. EVEREST For the first time, in 1963, an American team reached the top of Everest. After weeks of exposure in the bitter cold & thin air, & after losing a member under falling ice, success came by the South Col route. Three weeks later, four more men reached the peak: two by the West Ridge, & another two via the South Col. President Kennedy presented this team with the National Geographical Society's Hubbard Medal. With a Who's Who of American climbing. * With a list & photos of each of the AMEE members & biographies. Allen C. Auten; Barry C. Bishop; John E. Breitenbach; James Barryl Coprbet; David L. Dingman; Daniel E. Doody; Norman G. Dyhrenfurth [leader]; Richard M. Emerson; Dr. Thomas F. Hornbein, Luther G. Jerstad; James T. Lester Jr.; Maynard M. Miller; Richard Pownall; Barry W. Prather; Gilbert Roberts; James Owen M. Roberts; William E. Siri; James R. Ullman; William F. Unsoeld; James W. Whittaker; + a list of the AMEE Board of Directors. An historic work ! * Summiters Jim Whittaker, Tom Hornbein and Barry Corbet, team members. First ascent by an American: Jim Whittaker, accompanied by Nawang Gombu Sherpa who later went on to become the first man to climb Everest twice in 1965; first ascent of the West Ridge on May 22 by Americans Tom Hornbein and Willi Unsoeld. *** BIBLIOGRAPHY: Neate 848 * Yakushi U16-a. * http://www.everesthistory.com/firsts.htm *** Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Gedichte und Holzschnitte aus »Vom Verfall zum Triumph«.

      - Zürich, Limmat Verlag, 1964. Mit 50 ganzseitigen Original-Holzschnitten von Frans Masereel. 4°. 1 Bl., 222 S., 3 Bl. Orig.-Broschur mit chinesischer Fadenbindung. Bibliophile Luxusausgabe, gegenüber der allgemeinen Ausgabe von 1961 in größerem Format in der Fachschule für angewandte Kunst, Berlin (Ost) in 260 Exemplaren gedruckt. - Unnumeriertes Exemplar, doch wie die 50 arabisch numerierten Exemplare der Vorzugsausgabe mit einem lose beiliegenden monogrammierten Holzschnitt zm Gedicht »Größe und Elend« auf Japanseide. - Auf dem Vortitel wie die Vorzugsausgabe vom Künstler signiert. - Als Blockbuch gebunden. - Mit einem Lichtdruckfaksimile des Gedichtmanuskripts »Größe und Elend«. - Ritter C a 80 II. - Gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Woman in the Dunes [Suna no onna] (Original Japanese poster for the 1964 film)

      Japan: Toho Company, Ltd, 1964. Original Japanese B2 poster for the 1964 Japanese film. With the English language title for the film discreetly rubber stamped onto the poster in two spots, and with a tiny copyright notice in black at the bottom right corner for the Toho Company, dated 1964. A masterpiece of 1960s Japanese cinema, based on the novel by Kôbô Abe, which Roger Ebert described as a modern turn on the myth of Sisyphus. A schoolteacher, on an expedition to collect insects that inhabit sand dunes, becomes trapped with a widow in a hut inexplicably built at the bottom of a sand quarry. From the collection of noted film historian Amos Vogel. Full provenance available. 20 x 28.5 inches, rolled. Moderate edge wear, light creasing overall. Very Good or better overall. Criterion Collection 394.

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        Pesci.

      1964 - Firma in basso a destra dell’artista. Si vende in cornice. Nacque a Trento il 13 giugno 1908. Nel 1934, avendo già vinto alcuni concorsi di scultura, decise di lasciare l’azienda paterna per dedicarsi completamente all’arte. Dopo le prime mostre del GUF degli anni 1931 e 1932 si presentò ufficialmente alla Mostra Sindacale d’Arte di Trento del 1935 dove vinse il primo premio con "L’angelo". Nello stesso anno partecipò e vinse anche il concorso per il busto di Cesare Battisti, destinato al Doss Trent. Nel 1938 la sua opera fu scelta per realizzare la stele con rilievo in bronzo a ricordo dei legionari trentini sul Granicolo a Roma. Nello stesso anno partecipò alla Triveneta di Milano e alla Sindacale d’Arte a Bolzano e vinse il concorso per una scultura raffigurante la Musica , da collocarsi nel Palazzo del Turismo di Bolzano. Nel 1939 fu invitato alle seconda Quadriennale romana. Poi fu la guerra e nel 1941 fu richiamato alle armi, ma si ammalò e fu ricoverato in ospedale. Nel 1943 vinse il concorso per il nuovo pulpito in marmo nel Duomo di Trento, ma gli eventi precipitarono con l’armistizio dell’8 settembre e, per sfuggire ai reclutamenti dei tedeschi, si dovette rifugiare con la famiglia in val di Non. Là collaborò con l’architetto Efrem Ferrari con un altorilievo in marmo nella nuova chiesa di Coredo. Alla fine della guerra, nel 1947 concorse con il "Ritratto del dott.Zorzi" alla Mostra Triveneta di Verona dove vinse il primo premio. Nel 1948 vinse il primo premio anche per le testate del ponte di S.Lorenzo in Trento. Nel 1952 realizzò il famoso gruppo delle Naiadi per la nuova fontana di Piazza Venezia a Trento, voluta dal Sindaco Nilo Piccoli, ma dopo varie polemiche , il gruppo fu rimosso. Nel 1955 si piazzò tra i primi 5 su trecento concorrenti al concorso internazionale per il "Monumento al prigioniero politico ignoto" a Londra. I premi e le commesse si susseguirono negli anni sessanta nel corso dei quali Fozzer si innamorò del soggetto dei cavalli che, è il caso di dirlo, divenne il suo cavallo di battaglia. Anche negli anni 70 e 80 proseguì nel lavoro, spesso monumentale e la sua opera ricevette sempre nuovi consensi critici. Dopo quella di Maroni (1963), nel 1973 Carlo Munari gli dedicò un’approfondita monografia. Morì a Trento nel 1995.\rDopo la sua morte, nel 2000, a Trento, a Palazzo Trentini, è stata allestita una personale con monografia curata da Gabriella Belli, Giovanna Nicoletti, Elvio Mich ,Gabriella Parisi. A dieci anni dalla sua scomparsa, si occupa di lui lo scrittore e critico d’arte Renzo Francescotti e Thomas Bertoni con una tesi di laurea. Formato: Tecnica mista colorata su carta di dimensioni 34x23 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.

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        AMERICANS ON EVEREST: The Official Account of the Ascent Led by Norman G. Dyhren

      Philadelphia [1964], Lippincott. Blue cloth, very good, 429p. glossary, 2 appendices, 7 color, 67 b.w. photos, 16 x 24 cm.. bright copy, dust jacket, SIGNED BY 3 CLIMBING TEAM MEMBERS:. T. Horbein, W. Siri, R. Emerson. TRUE FIRST EDITION R A R E. AN EXCITING AND HEROIC ACCOUNT OF THE CLIMB TO MT. EVEREST For the first time, in 1963, an American team reached the top of Everest. After weeks of exposure in the bitter cold & thin air, & after losing a member under falling ice, success came by the South Col route. Three weeks later, four more men reached the peak: two by the West Ridge, & another two via the South Col. President Kennedy presented this team with the National Geographical Society's Hubbard Medal. With a Who's Who of American climbing. * With a list & photos of each of the AMEE members & biographies. Allen C. Auten; Barry C. Bishop; John E. Breitenbach; James Barryl Coprbet; David L. Dingman; Daniel E. Doody; Norman G. Dyhrenfurth [leader]; Richard M. Emerson; Dr. Thomas F. Hornbein, Luther G. Jerstad; James T. Lester Jr.; Maynard M. Miller; Richard Pownall; Barry W. Prather; Gilbert Roberts; James Owen M. Roberts; William E. Siri; James R. Ullman; William F. Unsoeld; James W. Whittaker; + a list of the AMEE Board of Directors. An historic work ! * Summiters Jim Whittaker, Tom Hornbein and Barry Corbet, team members. First ascent by an American: Jim Whittaker, accompanied by Nawang Gombu Sherpa who later went on to become the first man to climb Everest twice in 1965; first ascent of the West Ridge on May 22 by Americans Tom Hornbein and Willi Unsoeld. *** BIBLIOGRAPHY: Neate 848 * Yakushi U16-a. * http://www.everesthistory.com/firsts.htm *** Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Parménide. Dialogue de Platon. Texte français de Pierre Albert-Birot. Gravures original de Serge Poliakoff.

      Paris, La rose de vents, 1964 2° (39 x 30 cm), 84 S., 4 Bl., 8 mehrfarbige Orig.-Lithographen , Losen Bogen in Umschlag in Halbperg.-Mappe (ohne Schuber), 1 Textbl etwas stockfleckig, sonst tadellos. Grafiken sauber. Monod 9130. - 4. Veröffentlichung der Rose de Ventes. - Nr. 94 von 110 Exemplaren auf Velin (GA 140). Auf Vorblatt vom Künstler und Verfasser signiert. - Einziges von Poliakoff illustriertes Buch. - «Bezaubernde Folge der acht Radierungen ... Sie bilden einen konzentrierten Querschnitt aller Variationsmöglichkeiten. die sein Formkanon birgt.» (Schneider) - Druck der Radierungen auf der Handpresse von Jean Signovert. Saulx-les-Chartreux. Handsatz und Druck durch Marthe Fequet u. Pierre Baudier. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Illustr. Bücher - Originalgrafik

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        The Rime of The Ancient Mariner

      Tamarind Workshop, Los Angeles 1964 - Natural Nacri/boards. Grey script lettering (handwritten by Pearson) on spine. Blue/white lithographed, full-spread end papers.14 loose signatures on folded, white Arches paper, totalling 76 pp. text. The original, signed, colored lithographs are laid into the signatures, between sheets. Each litho has a protective cover sheet. Some lithos are on colored paper. All in a printed Arches paper wrapper, this in a "chemise" and then the Nacri boards, all in a slipcase of "Natural Nacri" with the number 20/45 on the front in black ink. One of 45 copies on white Arches paper, containing 59 original lithographs. Fourteen of the lithographs are full-page in color; 2 are double-page. One yellow circle image includes a separate, acetate layover of a blue circle. All text lettering and illustrations, Including title-page, numerals, text, colophon, etc. are the work of Henry C. Pearson. Signed and numbered by the artist. All contents were handprinted from zinc plates at the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles. Slipcase and chemise made by margaret Lecky. This copy derived from the library of the Pearson's friend, mentor and teacher, Will Barnet, though this is not noted anywhere in or on the volume. Pearson shared a strong interest with Barnet in the Irish, Nobel Prize-winning poet Seamus Heany. Pearson was also greatly interested in literature and illustrated several poems by Heaney. A stunning presentation and very scarce copy. VG+ entirely but for some age toning to slipcase Strictly limited to 45 copies, this being Number 20. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        You Only Live Twice (a James Bond novel)

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1964., 1964. FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE, BINDING A. pp.256. Publisher's black cloth-effect paper over boards with silver titles to spine and Japanese characters in gilt to upper, bamboo patterned endpapers, in original pictorial dustwrapper by Richard Chopping. With 'First Published 1964' on the copyright page. Faint spotting to the top edge otherwise a fine copy in a in a beautiful fine jacket. Outstanding. A12a (1.1).

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        Galerie der großen Meister - Bände I bis IX (komplett): 90 Hefte

      Bergisch Gladbach, Bastei-Verlag Gustav H. Lübbe, 1964. 9 Bände; 90 Hefte jedes Heft: Text (Seiten variieren), 16 Bilder 4°, brosch. 9 Bände (Sammelschuber) mit je 10 Heften; blaue Sammelschuber mit leichten altersbedingten Gebrauchsspuren, mit Goldaufdruck auf Deckel und Rücken, einige wenige Schuber mit Flecken, die meisten sind aber gut, manche Kartons dieser Sammelschuber angestaubt und fleckig, 90 Hefte zu einzelnen Malern (u.a. Picasso, Böcklin, Lorrain, Dufy, Guardi, Holbein, Michelangelo, Turner, van Eyck, Busch, Corinth, Watteau, Sutherland, Raffael, Canaletto, Rubens, Ingres, Bruegel, Spitzweg): jedes Heft mit Textseiten zu Leben und künstlerischem Schaffen des Malers und 16 Seiten ganzseitige Bilder (in Farbe); Hefte sind brosch., einige Heftdeckel mit Flecken, kleinen Kratzern und/oder Knicken, Heftrücken in der Regel nachgedunkelt, alle Hefte innen aber sehr gut überN13 Versand D: 4,90 EUR

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        Chang Dai-Chien: Ausstellung Chinesische Tuschmalerei; May 5 to June 3. Exhibition of Paintings by Chang Da Chien. SIGNED

      Koln: Galerie Editha Leppich, 1964 - First edition, first printing. 24*21cm, 76p. Describes 46 paintings, with 24 illustrations, mostly full-page plates. Some photos of Chang Dai Chien. Almost as new. Text in GERMAN. SIGNED by Chang Dai Chien. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Untersuchungen zur Geschichte und Altertumskunde Ägyptens. Bände 1-15 in 5 Bänden.

      Hildesheim, Olms 1964 (= Nachdruck der Ausgaben Leipzig 1896-1938). - Einbände etwas fleckig, Kanten teils mit kleinen Druckstellen, ansonsten gut erhaltenes Exemplar, / binding a bit stained, edges minimally bumped, else fine, Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 10000 4°., Original-Leinen / original cloth, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Up The Down Staircase.

      

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        Scultori a ''Il Cancello''

      Bologna: Il Cancello, , 1964. Ottimo (Fine). Bologna Via S. Stefano 20, 26 gennaio - 8 febbraio 1964. Cartella contenente 28 litografie originali, firmate solo su lastra, dei principali scultori italiani: Giò e Arnaldo Pomodoro, Leoncillo, Bini, Minguzzi, Ramous, Fabbri, Cappello, Calò, Mastroianni, Mascherini, Pirozzi, Guasti, et al. (cm 40x30). Folio (cm 50x40). pp. 30. Ottimo (Fine). .

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        Sometimes a Great Notion.

      New York: The Viking Press, 1964. First edition, first issue with the publisher's logo on the half title page. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "Well, yeah this period does look a little better under the BULLSEYE........but not much For Jordan Ken Kesey." Light shelfwear, near fine in a near fine first issue dust jacket two small closed tears. A dust jacket that is prone to wear, this is one of the nicest examples we have seen. "The novel's exquisite prose, which often reads like lyric poetry, draws us into the daily lives of the Stamper family... We've heard Sometimes described as a novel about a family feud. That's like saying War and Peace is about one of Napoleon's shorter-lived military campaigns. Each of the Stampers is a three-dimensional person, and that leads to some fun, some heartache and a great literary catharsis" (Henley, Wikelund & Lindquist, 39). It was adapted to film, starring Paul Newman.

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        Spontaneous Breakdown of Strong Interaction Symmetry and Absence of Massless Particles" in Soviet Physics JETP 24 No. 1 pp. 91-98, January 1967 (A Translation of the Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR; Russian Original Vol. 51, No. 1, July 1966)

      RARE FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS AND IN ENGLISH OF THE SOVIET HIGGS MECHANISM PROPOSAL. Unlike the Higgs mechanism proposals by Higgs, Brout and Englert, and Guralnik and Hagen, the mechanism proposed by Soviet Physicists Alexander  Polyakov and Alexander Migdal is often overlooked because the publication of their paper was delayed by the bureaucratic process in the Soviet Union -- the 'referee' of the journal initially refused to publish the paper "having received negative and incorrect criticisms from some skeptical senior scientists" (Close, Frank. The Infinity Puzzle: The Personalities, Politics, and Extraordinary Science Behind the Higgs Boson, 146). Although likely unknowable as no date was given for the original submission, many in the scientific community believe that the work of Polyakov and Migdal - two 19-year-old undergraduates working entirely independent of Western scientific development - not only actually preceded that of Brout and Englert - but that in fact their work was very likely first (Close, Frank).  I n 1964 or 1965 and "in the Soviet Union, the leading solid-state theorist, Anatoly Larkin, posed a challenge to two outstanding undergraduate teenage theorists, Sacha Polyakov and Sacha Migdal: 'In field theory the vacuum is like a substance; what happens there?'   [Polyakov and Migdal] took up Larkin's challenge, and answered it, demonstrating that the quantum of radiation - the gauge boson, which starts out massless in the fundamental equations - can become massive. Senior colleagues immediately derided them as naïve. Migdal recalls: 'We were stomped to the ground at every seminar [where] we tried to present this work. The most disturbing thing was that nobody would even argue on the subject - the mere mention of 'spontaneous symmetry breaking' caused healthy laughter, which ended the conversation.   "Migdal's memoires are that they were victims of Soviet political philosophy polluting scientific thought. 'For the first time since Galileo, the quest for the structure of matter was stopped on political grounds. There is nothing inside [the proton; there has to be] total nuclear democracy - everything consists of everything else. Do not ask whether there was the rabbit inside the hat: you are only allowed to compute how far it will jump and in what direction'" (ibid).   Describing Polyakov and Migdal's isolation and methodology, in 2013 the Royal Academy of Swedish Sciences noted: "It is clear though that this paper was completely independent of the development in the West. They set up a field-theoretic framework for a non-abelian gauge theory with a scalar bound state and computed in a spontaneously broken version of the model to all orders in perturbation theory using a Bethe-Salpeter equation to find that the Nambu-Goldstone mode only interacts with virtual particles and is therefore unobservable" (The Beh-Mechanism, Interactions with Short Range Forces and Scalar Particles, Royal Academy of Swedish Sciences, 8 October 2013). "Spontaneous Breakdown of Strong Interaction Symmetry and Absence of Massless Particles" is an English translation appearing in Soviet Physics JETP 24 No. 1 pp. 91-98, January 1967. Soviet Physics JETP is: A Translation of the Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. The Russian original appeared in July of 1966, Vol. 51, No. 1. CONDITION & DETAILS: Individual issue in original wraps. Moscow: Nauka (Science) Publishing House. New York: Translated by the American Institute of Physics. 4to (11 x 8.5; 275 x 213mm). Ex-libris with two small stamps on the front wrap (Atomic Energy Commission, Bethesda) and no other markings whatsoever. Near fine condition - clean, bright, and tightly bound.

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        Rod Serling's Twilight Zone Revisited. Adapted by Walter B. Gibson

      New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1964. First edition. Illustrated by Earl E. Mayan. 208 pp. 1 vols. Large 8vo. Illustrated purple glazed paper over boards. Fine in almost fine dust jacketj duplicating design on binding. First edition. Illustrated by Earl E. Mayan. 208 pp. 1 vols. Large 8vo. INSCRIBED. Inscribed on verso of title page "For John Kendig/ Rod Serling." Here are 13 new stories from the Twilight Zone including "Two Live Ghosts", "The Edge of Doom", The Fiery Spell", "The Ghost of the Dixie Belle"

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        Barefoot in the Park.

      New York: Random House, 1964. First edition of the playwright's first book. Octavo, original half cloth. Fine in a very good dust jacket. Signed by Neil Simon on the title page. Paul and Corie Bratter are newlyweds in every sense of the word. He's a straight-as-an-arrow lawyer and she's a free spirit always looking for the latest kick. Their new apartment is her most recent find-too expensive with bad plumbing and in need of a paint job. After a six day honeymoon, they get a surprise visit from Corie's loopy mother and decide to play matchmaker during a dinner with their neighbor-in-the-attic Velasco, where everything that can go wrong, does. Paul just doesn't understand Corie, as she sees it. He's too staid, too boring and she just wants him to be a little more spontaneous, running "barefoot in the park" would be a start... "A bubbling, rib-tickling comedy." (The New York Times)

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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1964 - First edition, first issue. Red cloth gilt. A little rubbing on the spine gilt, some spotting on the topedge, very good in very good first issue dustwrapper with a chip on the front panel and a little overall light wear. A subversive children's classic, and the basis for two memorable films starring first Gene Wilder and later Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        2 Autograph manuscripts „Les Mots".

      n. p. n. d. - 9 and 18 pages. 4to. Lined paper. Deux importants fragments pour Les Mots, qui se rattachent à la deuxième partie, «écrire», mais qui n'ont pas été retenus dans le livre (Gallimard, 1964).Sartre, le plus souvent, n'a pas rempli les pages; il a tiré un trait après les lignes retenues (de 2 à 26), biffant la suite qui ne le satisfaisait pas et passant à une autre page pour rédiger une nouvelle suite; le texte de chacun de ces deux fragments est continu, et présente des phrases et des paragraphes entiers biffés.«J'avais longtemps cherché ma raison d'être dans des songeries qui s'effilochaient et que je mettais sur le papier pour les affermir: était-ce écrire? Non: mais rêver par écrit. Derrière mes yeux, un tyrannique sujet décidait des mots et des destins mais je ne me souciais pas de lui: moi, j'étais à l'autre bout de mon regard, héros sans peur, toujours en avant. Or, un jour que les grandes personnes avaient voulu me surprendre, il n'y avait à mon pupitre ni gamin débile ni chevalier errant: elles s'étaient trouvées en présence d'un inconnu dont personne n'avait entendu parler: l'écrivain que j'étais». À huit ans, Sartre ne pouvait remettre en doute l'autorité de Mme Picard et de son grand-père sur sa vocation d'écrivain. «Je jalousais les détenus célèbres qui ont écrit dans l'ombre d'un cachot [.], sans espoir d'être publiés ni jamais lus: ils avaient eu des vies exemplaires. Injustement punis puis oubliés par leurs contemporains, la génération nouvelle ignorait jusqu'à leur nom et cette parfaite solitude leur donnait l'indépendance morale et matérielle: ils avaient le loisir de peindre les normes sans l'obligation de les fréquenter. Je me désolais: nul tyran ne s'offenserait de mes vertus, les Droits de l'Homme m'ôtaient ma dernière chance de puiser mon génie dans la réclusion».Dans le second fragment, plus long, Sartre parle de lui-même comme l'Autre. «Cet Autre était un objet puisqu'il n'apparaissait qu'aux Autres, un mort puisqu'il n'y a pas d'écrivain vivant: feu Jean-Paul Sartre tel qu'il serait révélé aux universitaires du XXIme siècle, par ses oeuvres, sa correspondance et le témoignage de ses contemporains. Mais ce fantôme futur était si loin de me faire peur que je lui livrai les clés de ma maison [.] Jean-Paul Sartre, pour faire descendre en moi l'inertie des choses, les inconsolables douleurs, les haines irrespirables, les éternelles amours qui n'appartiennent qu'aux âmes défuntes; toutes ces obstinations finiraient bien par me donner un caractère». Il s'imaginait indépendant de M. Simonnot, égal à Charles Schweizer, comblé par l'Être: «à chacune de mes oeuvres, une pierre se poserait en moi sur d'autres pierres; à la fin je serais muraille». Sartre a barré presque trois quarts de page consacrés à la contrainte et l'élan sous-jacents à son écriture, et à l'époque où il s'éloigna de ses songes en faveur des incidents de la vie quotidienne. «Si je m'ennuyais, une petite chorale d'amateurs chantait: "l'écrivain s'ennuie" et cela suffisait à me rendre l'ennui supportable: ce n'était qu'un accident infime et provisoire dans la vie d'un grand homme; l'Autre était là et ailleurs en même temps, en 1930, en train d'écrire mon oeuvre [.] écrivain de naissance, je n'avais qu'à suivre ma pente». Il fit cependant des efforts pour se ressembler à ses modèles: «le génie se distingue par des passions et des manies, par des gestes singuliers; à moi de produire les marques de mon originalité. Le résultat de cette double postulation c'est que je fis mon caprice par devoir [.]; la spontanéité se fondit avec la discipline et je retrouve aujourd'hui dans mes sentiments les plus vrais l'indissoluble alliage du devoir et de l'inclination».

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        Le ravissement de Lol. V. Stein

      First edition, one of 130 numbered copies on "pur-fil" paper, ours one of 75 reserved to the Club of the first edition, the only major paper.Handwritten signature of Marguerite Duras on the half-title page.Nice copy. Gallimard Paris 1964 12,5x19,5cm broché

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        A HARD DAY'S NIGHT: ORIGINAL HAND-COLORED PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTWORK USED TO PRODUCE PROMOTIONAL LOBBY CARD #10

      Hollywood: United Artists, 1964. The Beatles "A HARD DAY'S NIGHT" Hollywood: United Artists, (c. 1964). Original vintage hand-tinted double-weight still photograph used to produce promotional A HARD DAY'S NIGHT U. S. release Lobby Card #10. This high-resolution double-weight flat matte 8" x 10" production photo was printed in black and white in preparation for the creation of the now familiar 11" x 14" promotional color lobby card then hand-tinted; registration marks and color directions written in grease pencil can be seen on the photo itself. This lobby card artwork showcases one of the more detailed of the lobby cards in the set, featuring Paul McCartney in disguise (hiding from screaming Beatles fans) accompanied by Wilfred Brambell who plays his creepy trouble-making grandpa. In Very Good condition, lightly worn. The reverse is a bit aged and smudged. The film A HARD DAY'S NIGHT was directed in 1964 by Richard Lester and was rather a low budget operation, shot in black-and-white, and used a zany cinema-verite style to showcase a few days in the life of Beatlemania. At the time it was meant to be the equivalent of a promotional film, few anticipated that the film would end up being acclaimed a comedy classic. For roughly the same price as a fine example of the original lobby card itself, you can own the original art that made it. Ex- Heritage Poster Auction #601 (March 2004). Unbound. Very Good.

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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf. (1964). First. First edition, first issue. Red cloth gilt. A little rubbing on the spine gilt, some spotting on the topedge, very good in very good first issue dustwrapper with a chip on the front panel and a little overall light wear. A subversive children's classic, and the basis for two memorable films starring first Gene Wilder and later Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka. .

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        Der Besuch der alten Dame. Eine tragische Komödie.

      Lausanne, André et Pierre Gonin, 1964. 134 S., 3 Bll. Mit 20 meist handkolorierten bzw. übermalten (7 doppelblattgr.) Originallithographien von Hans Falk. 4°, In losen Bogen in lithographiertem Umschlag in OHalbpergamentdecke mit Büttenbezug und OSchuber Eines von 149 (GA 205) Ex. Im Druckvermerk von Dürrenmat, Falk und dem Verleger sign.- Auf \"Vélin de Rives.\" - Tadelloses Exemplar (noch im Original-Karton). Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        Prints from the Mourlot Press

      Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1964. Paperback Very Good in Very Good DJ 78 pp., 4to. Paperback in dj. 1 of 2000 copies. Ilustrated w/ 18 original (mainly color) lithographs. Exhibition sponsored by the French Embassy circulated by the Traveling Exhibition Service of the National Collection of Fine Arts Smithsonian Institution 1964-1965. Some very light foxing & shelfwear to covers & spine. Some wrinkling, cocking & shaking to spine but binding holding sturdy. Light foxing to textblock edges. Sm po pen inscription to fpd otherwise pgs clean & crisp. Descriptive clipping of of book info laid in. Very light scuffing, soiling & shelfwear to dj.

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        Nurse Matilda [Nanny McPhee]; Nurse Matilda Goes To Town; Nurse Matilda Goes to Hospital.

      Leicester: Brockhampton Press, 1964; 1967; 1974., 1964. SET OF THREE FINE VOLUMES, IN FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED. Small octavo. Bound in publisher's gilt decorated paper covered boards, with minor edgewear. Internally clean and bright, with near-fine examples of the pictorial dustwrappers. Some sunning to spines of first two volumes. A very smart, pretty little set. Inscribed by Ardizzone, Christianna Brand and 'Nurse Matilda' (presumably Ms. Brand using her off hand) to the flyleaf of Nurse Matilda Goes To Town, with the additional note that the signing occured pre-publication. Nurse Matilda was the basis for the award-winning 'Nanny McPhee' movies, released in 2005 and 2010.

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        Goldfinger

      First US edition, Near Fine book with very slight spine roll, bumps all corners with most significant being a moderate bump/crease at bottom corner of back panel; in a Very Good to Near Fine jacket that has slight edge and corner wear, with the bump/crease at back corner, the spine is lightly sun toned, thewhite back panel has mild soiling. The jacket is an unusual, early state with prices at both corners of the unclipped front flap, $2.95 at top and $3.00 at bottom. The Macmillan US edition was printed in the UK, in a small print run that was far less than the Jonathan Cape first UK printing, and most jackets either had the $2.95 clipped or later showed just the $3.00 price at lower corner. The 1964 film based on the book was the third James Bond movie (following Dr. No and From Russia with Love) and was the first to win an Academy Award (Sound Effects). The film starred Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Gert Frobe and Shirley Eaton and was a critical success.

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        A Giraffe and a Half

      New York: Harper & Row, 1964. Quarto, original cloth. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with light shelfwear. Boldly signed by Shel Silverstein on the front free endpaper. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

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        Sheriff Klassiker Nr. 901 - 999 komplett ( Heft 956 und 997 fehlen, = 97 Hefte) BSV Comics, Comic-Heft, Set Sammlung, Konvolut

      Alsdorf, BSV, Bildschriften Verlag, 1964. Broschiert durchweg gut erhalten, leicht gebraucht, einige Hefte mittelmäßig, einige mit Stempel bzw. Besitzervermerk auf Cover oder lesegewölbt Versand D: 5,50 EUR Comics der 60er - 70er - BSV - Bildschriften - Western - Westerncomics - Wildwest - Sheriff Klassiker Sheriff Klassiker Nr. 901 - 999 komplett ( Heft 956 und 997 fehlen, = 97 Hefte) BSV Comics, Comic-Heft, Set Sammlung, Konvolut Kid Colt- Schwarze reiter - Rauhfell-Kid, Rawhide Kid - Harry Colt^KIRBY, JACK, Herb Trimpe Stan Lee

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        Lukisan Lukisan dan Patung Patung Kolleksi Presiden Sukarno dari Republik Indonesia / Paintings and Statues from the Collection of President Sukarno (COMPLETE 5 VOLUMES)

      Tokyo, 1964 5 large folio VOLUMES (no dustjackets, but in original boxes): The Paintings (Vol.I-IV) 886pp. with 400 col. plates; The Statues and Porcelains (Vol.V) 228pp. with 167 col. plates. Text introductions in English, Japanese & Bahasa. * TOTAL POSTAGE (registered airmail - only option): EUROPE 35.00 euros - OUTSIDE 100.00 euros. You will be informed by extra email ! Size: 39x31. Hardcover. As New.

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        Roustabout (Original screenplay for the 1964 film, with two original film still photographs)

      Los Angeles: Wallis-Paramount-Hazen / Paramount Pictures, 1964. Final White script for the 1964 film. Notation (name) in holograph pencil on the front wrapper, and in pencil and ink on one page, though the association is unknown. Included are two vintage black-and-white single weight reference photographs from the film. Charlie Rogers (Elvis Presley) is a leather-clad, motorcycle riding coffeehouse singer who joins a financially troubled carnival after being fired for fighting with a group of college boys. He is hired by carnival owner Maggie Morgan (Stanwyck) and soon catches the eye of his pretty female coworker Cathy Lean (Freeman). Cathy's alcoholic father Joe (Erickson) clashes with Charlie when he tries to romance his daughter, but Charlie's singing helps bring in the much-needed money for the failing carnival. A host of notable celebrities have bit parts, including Terri Garr, Raquel Welch, Jack Albertson, Joy Harmon, Marianna Hill, and Richard "Jaws" Kiel. Set in the American Midwest, shot on location in California. Self wrappers, noted as FINAL WHITE on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy No. 101 and production No. 83090, dated February 7, 1964, with credits for screenwriter Weiss. Title page integral with front wrapper. 116 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 114. Mimeograph on eye-rest green stock, dated 2/6/64 and 2/7/64 throughout. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with two silver brads. Stills Near Fine.

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        Funeral in Berlin - SIGNED

      Jonathon Cape, London 1964 - Near fine in a near fine unclipped dust jacket. Signed by the author on the title page. Small coffee stains on bottom of text block, else volume near fine in all respects. Bottom of front flap also with a small stain. A very nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        1964 Marc Chagall Offering to the Eiffel Tower Mourlot Lithograph

      1964 - "Offering to the Eiffel Tower" by Marc Chagall, Unsigned Lithograph printed in 1964 from an edition size of 1500. The overall is size of the Lithograph is 28 x 20.25 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 Lithograph: Original exhibition poster listed in the Sorlier reference book titled Offering to the Eiffel Tower, 1964. Lithograph printed by Mourlot. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Osterrit.

      Galerie Der Spiegel,, Köln, 1964 - Köln, Galerie Der Spiegel, 1964. Gr.-4°. 83 n.n. Bl. Mit 37 (22 mehrfarb.) meist doppelblattgrossen Holzschnitten und 1 Bl. Druckfehlerberichtigung. Lose in Original-Broschurdecke, in Kassette. Eines von 350 numerierten und signierten Exemplaren (GA 500 Ex.). - Mit 3 signierten Original-Holzschnitten. - Text von Riccarda Gregor-Grieshaber. - (Kassette etwas fleckig und im Gelenk eingerissen). - Sonst sehr schönes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Lose in Original-Broschurdecke, in Kassette.

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        Nerve.

      London, Micheal Joseph Limited. 1964, 1964. Racing thriller. FIRST EDITION: Publisher's dark green cloth with gilt titles to spine in bright original Trevor Denning designed dust-wrapper. Spine very slightly toned, price clipped. Internally clean. Neat inscription to front paste down. A very good copy of a scarce title. The author's second novel.

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        1964 Robert Indiana New York State Theater, Lincoln Center Lithograph

      1964 - "New York State Theater, Lincoln Center" by Robert Indiana, Unsigned Lithograph printed in 1964 from an edition size of 500. The overall is size of the Lithograph is 45.5 x 30 inches. The conditon of this piece has been graded as A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Here is some supplemental information about the Lithograph: Original limited edition three color silk-screen poster designed by Robert Indiana and donated to the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in 1964. Some minor creasing in the border and throughout the image but otherwise in good condition. The second poster from an ongoing program of posters published by the Lincoln Center since 1963.

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        Zadkine ****** Example no. 38/100 from the rare deluxe edition ******

      Arted, Editions d'Art, Paris 1964 - OFFERING: Example no. 38/100 from the rare deluxe edition, only issued in English, complete with the commissioned drypoint etching "Combat Antique" on handmade Arches paper, signed and numbered by Zadkine in pen & ink, and laid-in in its specially designed folded state, at the rear [Czwiklitzer 47]. This example is additionally signed, with an exceptional Zadkine autograph across the center of the blank page facing his portrait photograph and a signed presentation by author, Ionel Jianou, in English on the half-title page. EDITION NOTE: The first printing, limited to 100 examples in English, this example stamped 38 on the justification page and the etching numbered 38/100. DRYPOINT ETCHING: printed on 4 folded leaves with one die-cut window. The print stands out for its composition and design. In its open state, the print with no margins extends 266 x 824 mm (10.47 x 32.44 inches) and shows 10 nude figures, 9 men stretching and grappling to reach or protect one woman at the center. Folded twice, the die-cut 'clerestory window', tilted 45 degrees, reveals the head of the tenth and last figure. CONDITION: Etching: bright and good, top edge with trace soiling, fold lines with light wear, bottom edge with some wear, principally near corners. Tissue leaves: Fine / Pages: clean and fresh / Boards: clean, some fading to spine edges at crown and foot, outer tips slightly bumped, crown with slight push-in. / Binding: excellent, spine with light slant. / Book Jacket is in a protective transparent wrapper. Upper Side: bright; two edge peels, one-top, one-bottom (from tight case). Lower Side: yellowing at top and bottom edges. Spine: yellowed, crown and foot of spine with light push-in and one minute tear. / Slipcase: light edge wear, two small bottom corner stains. PAGINATION: Complete; a notable work on the great Belarusian sculptor, 208 pages illustrated with 98 fine b/w reproductions, most full-page, one double-page, chiefly an exemplary suite of photograph reproductions of his sculptures (cited in the Grove Dictionary of Art). Texts include three essays with 51 pages on the life and work and extensive documentation with the first extensively researched catalogue raisonné of the sculptures (35 pages on the 1908-64 works), and the first comprehensive bibliography. Two works are accompanied by additional commentary, "Destroyed City" in the artist's studio and "Portrait of Van Gogh", from his series of portraits of Van Gogh. FORMAT: Publisher's sewn viridian cloth stamped with gilt letters and b/w pictorial book jacket, the upper side reproducing Zadkine's celebrated 1951 sculpture, "Destroyed City" in its public installation, set against a cloudy sky, a memorial to the horrors of war and the WWII bombing of Rotterdam by Germany. The book is sleeved in an unlettered gray linen and cotton board slipcase with decorative netting pattern. SIZE: 279 x 213 mm. ADDITIONAL IMAGES: by request. MY LISTINGS: 1) Click my name in bookseller field. 2) Click bookseller-payment information. 3) Click my name again. My exclusive listings can now be searched by keyword, catalog, etc. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        ?They really should be in the National Gallery!" (Jackie Kennedy) - 1st Edition of The John F. Kennedys, inscribed by acclaimed Kennedy family photographer Mark Shaw to Kennedy supporter FDR, Jr., with the magnificent original maquette containing all of the images from which the book was produced.

      n.p., April 15, 1964. 15 x 20. "Rare first edition of The John F. Kennedys: A Family Album (New York) Farrar, Straus (1964), quarto, original blue cloth, original dust jacket, with original maquette of 76 gelatin silver prints, each measuring 2x3"", affixed to the inside of a cardboard and quarter-leather tri-fold portfolio, measuring 15x20"" folded. This collection of intimate photographs of the Kennedy family in Georgetown, Washington, Hyannis Port, and elsewhere, published just months after JFK?s assassination, inscribed on the title page by the photographer: ?To FDR Jr, Mark Shaw, April 15 1964,? accompanied by the extraordinary original maquette that includes all 76 of the miniature silver gelatin prints featuring Shaw?s photographs that were used by him to produce this work, each hand-numbered by Shaw.Mark Shaw first caught the eye of Jackie Kennedy when she was still a senator?s wife. A fashion photographer who had begun his career at Harper?s Bazaar before moving on to Mademoiselle and LIFE Magazine, Shaw became known for sophisticated photography and daring choices such as photographing couture in color. In 1959, the Kennedys agreed to let Shaw have unrestricted access to their lives in order to do a photo-essay called A Frontrunner?s Wife. They formed a close friendship in the process and Shaw accompanied them on many of their travels, taking pictures of the family?s private moments and capturing some of the most famous pictures of JFK, including the one of him walking along the dunes in Cape Cod that Kennedy once said was his favorite. ?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. ?I have them propped up in our Sitting Room now, and everyone who comes in says the one of me and John [Jr.] looks like a Caravaggio?... Shaw was very much a part of Camelot and his most famous still photography is associated with that period? (Sullivan, 492). This book was rushed to publication after Kennedy was assassinated, as the public clamored for just one more glimpse of their beloved first family. Forever associated with the Kennedys from that point forward, Shaw spent his final years as a favored celebrity photographer. This copy of The John F. Kennedys was inscribed to FDR Jr., the son of Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt, who represented the 20th District of New York in Congress between 1949 and 1955. FDR Jr. campaigned avidly for Kennedy in the 1960 West Virginia Primary, using the Roosevelt name and the residual goodwill from the New Deal to diffuse anti-Catholic prejudice. Kennedy went on to name FDR Jr. Under-Secretary of Commerce and chairman of the President?s Appalachian Regional Commission. Copies of The John F. Kennedys inscribed by Shaw are quite rare as he died suddenly in 1969 at age 47; one with an association such as this is even more valuable.This copy is accompanied by the original maquette, compiled by Shaw, from which the book was produced, featuring 76 exceptional 2 by 3 inch horizontally oriented photographic images, each directly corresponding to two pages of the lushly photo-illustrated text. The images begin with the printed title page, move through the entire sequence of photographs that constituted the work, and are followed by four blanks that were meant to reserve space for the short essay Shaw wrote as an explanatory postscript. The images have been affixed sequentially inside a large folding portfolio bearing a large black-and-white cardboard label replicating the design from the cover of The John F. Kennedys on the front flap. Several silver gelatin prints neatly hand-numbered in pen by Shaw to correspond with page numbers from book.Dust jacket with faint soiling and light wear to extremities. Photographic prints near-fine with slight creasing and minor discoloration to a few images, light wear and a bit of toning to portfolio. A rare inscribed photobook in near-fine condition with a most desirable association, unique because it is accompanied by the original maquette hand-compiled by the photographer who captured Camelot. "

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        Mr. Stone and the Knights Companion [Signed]

      The Macmillan Company, 1964, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good +, Dust Jacket Condition: very good, First edition. A Very Good copy of the first American edition, first printing (spine ends pushed, some foxing to the page block's closed edges and endpapers, light surface mark to the front board, short linear irregularity to the front board's lower left ), in a Very Good dust jacket (spine panel lightly sunned, general edge wear, some chipping at the spine ends and flap corners, some foxing), SIGNED BY V. S. NAIPAUL on the title page where Naipaul also has lined through his printed name; Naipaul's fifth novel, the first of his novels to deal with English characters in an English scene. (Naipaul's prior novels were set in his native West Indies.) V. S. Naipaul won the 2001 Nobel Prize in Literature "for having united perceptive narrative and incorruptible scrutiny in works that compel us to see the presence of suppressed histories". Signed copies are quite uncommon to the market. A nice copy of this early Naipaul novel, SIGNED BY V. S. NAIPAUL.

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        The Bell Jar

      London: Heinemann, 1964. Second Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Contemporary Fiction Series. The second issue ever and the only other edition besides the first edition that bears Sylvia Plath's pseudonym, Victoria Lucas. Near Fine, in a Very Good dust jacket. Light bumping to corners and spine ends. Pages lightly toned. Dust jacket shows light rubbing, fading to the spine panel, and a crease along the top edge of the front panel. An attractive copy.

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