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        Co-linearity of the gene with the polypeptide chain [first study to show co-linearity]

      1964. Sarabhai, A. S.; Stretton, A. O. W., Brenner, Sydney (1927- ); and Bolle, A. Co-linearity of the gene with the polypeptide chain. Offprint from Nature 201 (1964). [4]pp. Text illustrations. 280 x 218 mm. Without wrappers as issued. Light browning, minor creasing, small marginal tears, otherwise very good. First Separate Edition. Brenner and his colleagues performed the first study to show co-linearity; i.e., that there is a simple congruence between the amino acid sequence of a protein and the nucleotide sequence of the gene determining that protein. Brenner and his team were working with "nonsense" mutants, called amber mutants, that terminated protein synthesis in E. coli genes."The presence of random nonsense mutants would therefore yield multiple random protein fragments of different sizes. . . . [W]e now suddenly realized that since we had all these amber mutants in this gene we could give a topological proof of co-linearity. And we wouldn't have to do any protein sequencing! The only assumption we would have to make is that the protein is always read from the same end, which seemed a very reasonable one. So in 1964 we published a paper which proved that the gene and the protein were co-linear by an argument that was totally unexpected at that time. We showed that as the amber mutations moved further and further to the right in the position of the gene, we got progressively more and more of the protein made :(Brenner, My Life, p. 103). Co-linearity means that changes in DNA sequence can produce changes in protein sequence at corresponding positions. Working independently, Charles Yanofsky and his colleagues were also able to show co-linearity; "it was the Yanofsky work on tryptophan synthetase that was to provide the specifics of amino acid substitutions with gene mutations" (Brock, p. 312).

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        Der Besuch der alten Dame. Eine tragische Komödie. Originallithographien von Hans Falk.

      - Lausanne, André et Pierre Gonin, 1964. 35,7 : 27,3 cm. 135,(3) S. Mit 20 Original-Lithographien von Hans Falk, davon 7 doppelblattgross, sämtliche vom Künstler von Hand überarbeitet. Lose Lagen in lithographiertem Orig.-Umschlag, -HPergamentchemise mit gelbem Büttenbezug u. -Schuber mit Pergamentschienen u. grauem Büttenbezug. Eines der 25 Exemplare der VORZUGSAUSGABE auf reinem Hadernpapier "Auvergne" von Richard-de-Bas (Ex. 13). - Die Gesamtauflage betrug 175 + XXX nummerierte, im Druckvermerk vom Autor, Künstler und den Verlegern signierte Exemplaren. - Die hervorragenden, ungegenständlichen oder stark abstrahierten Lithographien wurden unter der Aufsicht des Künstlers von Emil Matthieu, Zürich, gedruckt und von Hans Falk in seinem Atelier einzeln mit Pinsel, Collage- u. Applikationstechnik bearbeitet. Jedes Blatt und Exemplar erhielt dadurch einen unverwechselbaren Unikatcharakter. - Tadelloses Exemplar der schönen, bedeutenden Publikation. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Barefoot in the Park

      New York: Random House. 1964. First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. A superb, unread copy of the hit Broadway play featuring Robert Redford and Elizabeth Ashley which was made into a film with Jane Fonda replacing Ashley. Rarely seen in this condition. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      United States Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA 1964 - 55pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "Perspective" is a striking, innovatively designed volume that was published in 1964 by United States Steel Corporation to promote the use of steel products in the automotive industry. Bound in white debossed textured boards, it features bold typography and die-cut pages throughout as well as numerous reproductions of paintings and renderings of concept vehicles by famed futuristic designer Syd Mead. A most handsome copy of this highly sought-after rarity showing a bit of typical patination and light soiling to its boards SIGNED by Syd Mead in his inimitable logo/signature in silver marker on the title page. PLEASE NOTE: "Perspective" was issued hors commerce both individually and along with a ring-binder of steel specification sheets entitled "USS Product Information" to form a two volume slipcased set. We are offering the single volume only. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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        Nathaniel Hawthorne 1804-1864

      Ohio State University, (Columbus, Ohio 1964 - First edition. Folio. Large broadsheet poem. Illustrated with woodcut by Sidney Chafetz. One large sheet folded to make four pages. One of 150 copies for distribution to participants in the Centenary Commemoration of the death of Hawthorne at Ohio State University, Signed by both Lowell and Chafetz. Fine in the original large unprinted envelope (which has only a touch of wear) with cardboard backer. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Jewish Encyclopedia - A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times: Complete in Twelve (12) Volumes

      New York Ktav Publishing House, Inc. 1964. Complete twelve-volume reprint of the 1901-1906 first edition. Undated. Circa 1964. Navy blue pebbled boards. Prior owner's name stamped atop front free endpaper of each volume else unmarked. All bindings intact. Light to moderate external wear and soiling with several beige droplets upon top edges. A sound copy of this majestic reference. Reprint Hardcover 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall; Reprint. VG

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        Prints From the Mourlot Press

      Mourlot Press, Paris 1964 - 64 pages in text. 25 x 19.5 cm. Nineteen original lithographs, fifteen in color. Limited edition, one of 2000. Preface by Jean Adhemar. Original lithographs by Chagall, Picasso, Miro, Braque, Matisse, Cocteau, Calder, Giacometti, Minaux et al -- all are full page. Interior contents fresh and clean as are the covers. Orig. Illustrated stiff wrappers (original color lithograph by Chagall). Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE DARK SIDE OF LOVE - Tales of Love and Death.

      NY: Walker 1964 - First printing. Original red paper covered boads, spine titles in black. FINE in NEAR FINE dj with mild shelf rubbing to black background along front flap & spine folds, bit of wear and rubbing at spine ends. Handsome collectors copy of a very elusive later story collection. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Nicholas J. Certo]
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        Killer in the Rain

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1964. First edition. Fine/Fine. A Fine copy in like dust jacket. A lovely copy of the book without wear in a bright, fresh dust jacket with pinpoint wear at the lower spine, otherwise flawless. This collection of Raymond Chandler short stories from the 30s and early 40s, many from the famed Black Mask magazine, was released after his death. In fact, Chandler did not want the collection published during his lifetime because he had re-used many elements of these stories in his longer novels. In addition to the titular story, the collection includes tales such as "The Man Who Liked Dogs", parts of which were featured in "Farewell, My Lovely," and "The Curtain," which was re-purposed in "The Big Sleep" and "The Long Goodbye." "Raymond Chandler's pulp novelettes [stand high above the rest of the season], to some extent "cannibalized" in his novels but still important in their own right." (Contemporary New York Times review). Fine in Fine. dust jacket.

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        Farnham's Freehold (Review Copy)

      Putnam, New York 1964 - Uncommon review copy with original letter from GP Putnam Publicity Director dated 8/21/64 extolling the book, and a seperate insert dated 9/23/64. Book would be fine except for a bump on the top of one board and slight softening to top spine tips. Very slight discoloring to inside FEP. Gold gilt bright and intact on spine and cover. Pages are clean and white and crisp, as is the binding. Dust jacket has light edgewear and a 3/4" closed tear to front top. A very nice copy of this book. Not price clipped, shows $4.95 on inside flap. Heinlein's grimmest book by far. Written near the heighth of the atomic war fear. Farnham builds a fallout shelter and when the alarms go off the family and a friend hide in the shelter, seal it, and feel a strange distortion and the solid concrete shelter slides DOWN. When they open the hatch, it's resting on a hillside thousands of years in the future. White people are all slaves or Aborigenes. Black people rule small underground kingdoms where hydroponics supply the only available food, they are intelligent, elegant, high tech, and cannibals. Farnham survives, finds romance, and even a sympathetic Ruler who sends him back in time with his mate rather then eat him. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Manuscript]: The Blind Doe and Her Faun

      [1964]. Six drafts plus additional materials for an article that was written for and appeared in the May 5, 1964 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. The drafts are various formats (mostly typed) and lengths of pages, respectively 10, 15, 5, 11, 7, and 9 pages. Each of the drafts is edited and corrected, most of them fairly extensively. Apparently a true and autobiographical story, but with the names of the participants changed. While deer hunting the author encounters a blind doe and her fawn. He takes them in tow, and through his employer, the deer is shipped to a specially trained veterinarian for an eye operation. Accompanied by over 50 pages of typed "interrogatories," probably from an editor or fact checker in order to better understand the story, though possible by the author in order to understand his own process. The accompanying material includes two snapshots of the deer. Carousso was a public relations man for a brewery, and was a very prolific author in both non-fiction genres (especially sporting, hunting and fishing) and various genres of fiction including mysteries, horror, suspense, and outdoor adventure. His work appeared frequently in The Saturday Evening Post as well as in Sports Illustrated, Outdoor Life, Dime Detective, Terror Tales, Alfred Hitchcock, Reader's Digest, etc. Much of his work was anthologized. One of his stories, "The Weapon," was adapted for the screen by William Faulkner and Howard Hawks for their aborted WWII film, Battle Cry. .

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        Tiefebene. 1964. Farbholschnitt in Schwarz, Grau, Violett. Unten rechts in Bleistift signiert, in der linken unteren Ecke nummeriert: 12/300.

      . 39,5 : 42 cm auf Japanpapaier 67,5 : 53 cm.. Fürst 64/130. - Als Jahresgabe für die Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hannover, gedruckt.

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        Gargoyle, Guignol, False Closet

      Dublin: Dolmen Press Limited. 1964. First. First separate printing. One leaf folded to make four pages. One corner a little bumped, slightly soiled, very near fine. An extract from a correspondence about modern architecture, addressed towards Yale professor Vincent Scully, who had questioned Mailer's opinion of modern architecture in Architectural Forum. One of only 100 copies privately printed. Very uncommon. .

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        The Eccentricities of a Nightingale and Summer and Smoke

      New York: New Directions. (1964). First. Unbound galley proof, with two sets of the page proofs. Galleys folded, a couple of bends to the page edges, a few penciled editorial marks, still near fine. .

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        Document Signed

      1964 - ("Rita Hayworth"), 1 page, 10 " x 8", May 22, 1964. Certificate of Membership in the Riviera Country Club, Los Angeles, signed at the conclusion in blue ballpoint; also signed by a club official and a witness. In fine condition, with central vertical fold, two horizontal creases along the top edge and scattered light creasing. With a blindstamp on lower left corner of the Los Angeles Athletic Club. Did Rita join to play golf or just for social reasons? [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA]
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        The Eccentricities of a Nightingale and Summer and Smoke

      New Directions, New York 1964 - Unbound galley proof, with two sets of the page proofs. Galleys folded, a couple of bends to the page edges, a few penciled editorial marks, still near fine. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Wapshot Scandal

      New York: Harper & Row. (1964). First. Uncorrected galley proof. Spiral bound cut galley sheets printed rectos only in publisher's wrappers with a printed information sheet attached to the front wrap. Spirals have broken, and pages are thus disbound, poor. Signed by John Cheever. A very unusual format, the long galley sheets have been cut and in a few places pieced together with tape. The second and final of the Wapshot novels, which are similar in tone and format to Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha trilogy. The first book, The Wapshot Chronicle, won a National Book Award. Rare. We've never seen another copy in this format, and certainly not signed. .

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        A Single Man

      New York: Simon & Schuster. 1964. First. First American edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper with the slightest of rubbing. Nicely Inscribed by Isherwood: "for Michael Hargraves with my best wiahes, Christopher Isherwood. November 13, 1982." A beautiful copy of this gay classic, and basis for the excellent 2009 Tom Ford film starring Colin Firth. Burgess 99. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Uniformi militari italiane dal 1861 ai giorni nostri

      Milano; Bramante 1964 - 2 voll.; in 4°; pp. 60 + CLX, 78 + LXXXII (ill. a col.); leg. Vol.I: dal 1861 al 1933. Vol.II: Dal 1861 ai giorni nostri.

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        Blues for Mister Charlie - SIGNED

      Dial, New York, 1964, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Fine, A First Edition, First Printing, Signed By AuthorFine and appears unread in a fine unclipped dust jacket. Signed by the author on the front end paper. A very nice copy, Book

      [Bookseller: James Graham, Bookseller]
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      París, Cercle d?Art, 1964.Ce livre oeuvre collective d?un groupe d?artistes espagnols (Alberti, Picasso, Beti, Colmeiro, ...) peintres, sculptures, écrivains, poètes, est présenté hors collection par les Éditions Cercle d?Art. Traduction: Claude Couffon et Robert Marast. Folio, 282 x 302 mm., cub., original. 45 p. + 2 h. +  64 litografías a toda plana de: PICASSO, ALBERTI, COLMEIRO, UBEDA, VI?'ES, etc. Perfecto estado de conservación. La primera gran huelga nacional en España desde 1934 tuvo sus inicios en abril de 1962, protagonizadas por los mineros del carbón en Asturias. Este libro es el apoyo de los principales intelectuales y artistas de la época a los huelguistas, destinando el dinero recaudado al movimiento obrero.1,500 euros 

      [Bookseller: Elena Gallego - Arte y Grafí]
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        The most perilous voyage : screenplay by Curt Siodmak

      No Publisher, 1964, Paperback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formVery good copy in the original card wrappers; edges slightly dust-dulled and nicked. Staple bound. The pages are in a very clean condition, with no internal marks. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 162 pages; Description: 162p. typescript ; 28cm. An original typescript screenplay by Curt Siodmak. An adaptation of Henryk Sienkiewicz's novel 'In desert and wilderness'. Probable pre-production script, as the film never went into production. Subjects: Screenplays -- United States -- Pre-production scripts. Film adaptations -- Novels -- Henryk Sienkiewicz (1846-1916). Notes: Curt Siodmak was a novelist and screenwriter. He made a name for himself in Hollywood with horror and science fiction films, most notably The Wolf Man and Donovan's Brain (the latter adapted from his novel of the same name).

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        Mourlot, Fernand : Picasso lithographe. Notices et catalogue par (...). IV. 1956-1963.

      Monte-Carlo., André Sauret - Éditions du livre. 1964. Stor 4to. Originalt stivt omslag med gjennomsiktig beskyttelsespapir. 152 s. Gjennomillustrert. Med to originale litografier av Picasso, hhv. omslagene og frontispiecen. Large 4to. Publishers stiff wrappers with transparent paper over. 152 pp. Illustrated throughout. With two original lithographs by Picasso, covers and frontispiece.. Meget pent eksemplar. Very nice copy

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        Okee: The Story of an Otter in the House

      Farrar, Straus & Company, New York 1964 - First printing. PON to FEP, otherwise a NF/F copy in a NF dust jacket with the price intact on the front flap. Comes with a four page handwritten letter from the author detailing the further adventures of Okee and signed by the author and Okee (paw print). Scarce and collectible. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Die Schönheit Japanischer Formen. Stein, Metall, Textilien, Stroh und Bambus,

      Office du Livre, Fribourg 1964 - cloth in a Dust Jacket; Folio Size up to 15" tall 205 pages Einführung von Donald Richie (21/2 Seiten), die einen kurzen Absatz auf jeder der sieben Perioden der japanischen Geschichte Nar 710-793 zu Meiji 1868-1912 widmet. Insgesamt 178-Seiten-Fotografien von Takeju Iwamiya. Die Bilder werden auf beiden Seiten der pagina's gedruckt, auch sind einige auf einer Doppelseite, 3 Fotos in Farbe. Die Bilder geben einen kunstvollen Einsatz von Stein, Metall, Textilien, Stroh und Bambus. Von architektonischen Elemente zu Gartenwerkzeuge und Puppen. 13 Seiten mit Notizen in deutscher Sprache auf den Fotos. Eine dreiseitige Mappe mit blauen und weißen japanischen Symbole nach Donald Richie assoziierten mit der japanischen Kultur. ISBN: geen / none , . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Jewish Encyclopedia - A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times: Complete in Twelve (12) Volumes

      Ktav Publishing House, Inc., New York, 1964, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, ReprintSize: 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall, Complete twelve-volume reprint of the 1901-1906 first edition. Undated. Circa 1964. Navy blue pebbled boards. Prior owner's name stamped atop front free endpaper of each volume else unmarked. All bindings intact. Light to moderate external wear and soiling with several beige droplets upon top edges. A sound copy of this majestic reference.

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        Nova Express

      New York: Grove Press. (1964). First. First American edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper with a couple of tiny tears. Publisher's File Copy, stamped on the front and rear fly leaves, and the foredge: "Production Dept. Working Copy Do Not Remove -- Grove Press Inc. Production Department." .

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        Typescript Signed on Henry Cowell]

      np 1964 - np, 1964. Wraps. Very Good. 8.5" x 10" typescript. Single page, recto only. Single penciled correction in unknown hand. SIGNED by Cage. Probably trimmed at the top with no loss to text. Else very good. Typescript sent to Dick Higgins of Something Else Press of Cage's brief essay on the composer Henry Cowell. This piece was reproduced in holograph as the introduction to the Edition Peters score of Cowell's "Quartet Romatic" and "Quartet Euphoric" (No. 66518, 1964, here provided with the typescript). The typescript differs in a couple of small ways (1974 for 1964, "sixty" for "fifty" years). Manuscript material from Cage is scarce. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Beaver Men: Spearheads of Empire

      New York: Hastings House, 1964. 8vo., pp. xv, 335, illus., maps, signed by the author on limitation page, 2 pages of typescripts of early versions of the work, both signed and bound in, tan-coloured morocco backing taupe-coloured linen-cloth, gilt spine lettering, five raised bands, map endpapers, some pages unopened; very large folding coloured map, also signed, loosely inserted in separate matching cloth portfolio with 16 pages of text, titled "Area of the Richer Beaver Harvest of North America. Some penetrations of the beaver men to the heart of the continent, their concentration on the upper Missouri, and the drive to the Western Sear, 1604-1834. The map and key drawn and prepared by Mari Sandoz for 'The Beaver Men, Spearheads of Empire'", all housed in a fine matching cloth slipcase. Prev. owner's bookplate to front blank, else fine, handsome copy.. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Author's copy of editon of 185 SIGNED. Hard Cover.

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        The Adventures of Spider: West African Folk Tales

      Little Brown & Co. 1964 - First Printing. Fine in Near Fine, priced ($2.95) jacket. Pinkney's first book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Screenplay]: The Pumpkin Eater. Release Script

      London: Mai Harris. [1964]. First. Unbound folio sheets mimeographed on rectos only and stapled along the top edge. Some modest wear and tear, mostly on the first and last leaf, two different types of staples used (possibly some of them added later), very good or better. Some modest evidence of handwritten changes. Laid in is a small note indicating that this was purchased (by Edwin V. Erbe) from Serendipity Books for $75 in 1975. Pinter's first screenplay adaptation for a feature film based on the work of another author -- he had previously adapted his own work, or prepared scripts for television. The 1964 film, directed by Jack Clayton, featured Anne Bancroft, Peter Finch, James Mason, Cedric Hardwicke, and Maggie Smith. Pinter won a BAFTA for this screenplay. Published in Pinter's 5 Screenplays. Rare. .

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        Tell Me a Riddle [Inscribed to Seymour Lawrence, w/ Autograph Note Signed]

      London: Faber & Faber. (1964). The first British edition of her first book, one of the key works in the renaissance of women's writing that accompanied the feminist movement in the late 1960s. Inscribed by the author to Seymour Lawrence under the front flap: "For the Lawrence of WAKE who still is / Tillie Olsen/ June 1965." Laid in is an autograph note signed: "This for you personally & your wife who looks/ like my Karla / I hope you can reissue these someday, with other/ pieces / And other books./ TLO/ A scrawled on picture where we met." Included is a 3-1/2-inch square black and white photo of Olsen at her desk ("scrawled on" on verso). Olsen's hope was realized: Lawrence re-published this book in 1969; he also published her next books. The note is on 4" x 6" paper; paperclip imprint, else fine. The book is near fine in a very good dust jacket with tiny chipping at the extremities. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        RUN TO DAYLIGHT! (Signed)

      New York: Prentice-Hall, 1964. Fifth Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good+ binding/Very Good dust jacket. Signed. This fifth printing of Run To Daylight! is Signed by Lombardi on the title page.

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        LE CARRE OMNIBUS {SIGNED} - The Spy Who Came in From the Cold & Call For the Dead

      Gollancz, London 1964 - SIGNED on a decorative bookplate. No inscription or previous owner markings. A Scarce Copy in Dust Jacket of the Le Carre Omnibus, which includes Le Carre's first two novels: The Spy Who Came in From The Cold & Call For The Dead. Hardcover. First Edition, Second Impression stated (see photo). Red cloth boards with gilt titles on the spine. A Fine unmarked book. In the Scarce classic Gollancz Dust Jacket with the original price of 18-/net intact. The jacket is worn, some chipping, a large closed tear (see photos), else Very Good. In a fresh brodart archival jacket protector. An affordable copy of a Rare and Pricey book in the signed 1st edition. A Rare Signed edition of the Omnibus. Provenance provided to the purchaser. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        No Way to Treat a Lady

      Harcourt Brace & World 1964 - Light edgewear, closed tears, and two small chips to front fore edge of dust jacket with lightly faded spine; dust jacket price of $4.50 intact; light spotting to top of book boards; o/w VG+/VG+; signed bookplate by William Goldman loosely laid in [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Evergreen Books LLC]
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        Hans Sachs, Werke. Herausgegeben von Adelbert von Keller [ab Band 13 zusammen mit Edmund Goetze; ab Band 15 herausgegeben von Edmund Goetze]. - Bände 1-26 sowie 1 alphabetischer Registerband. - Reprint.

      Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlagsbuchhandlung 1964-1982.. Mit dem später erschienenen Registerband insgesamt 27 Bände (vollständig). Reprografischer Nachdruck der Ausgabe Stuttgart 1870-1908 (Bibliothek des Literarischen Vereins Band 102-250). 8° (17,5 - 22,5 cm). Orig.-Leinenbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln auf braunen -schildern. [Hardcover / fest gebunden].. Hans Sachs (1494-1576) war ein Nürnberger Spruchdichter, Meistersinger und Dramatiker. Vor allem seine Tätigkeit als Meistersinger machte ihn bei seinen Zeitgenossen bekannt. "Bis 1567 verfaßte er nahezu 4300 Meisterlieder, etwa die Hälfte davon geistliche. [...] Die Produktion von fast 130 Komödien und Tragödien begann 1527 mit dem Trauerspiel "Lucretia", das in Kürze und Gestaltung dem Fastnachtspiel ähnlich ist und eines von deren zentralen Themen, Geschlechterverhältnis und Sexualmoral, aufgreift. Im Anschluß an die etwa gleichzeitig aufkommenden lateinischen Schuldramen erhielten die Schauspiele später Akteinteilung und deutlichere szenische Gliederung. Doch bleiben zwischen dramatisch durchgestalteten Szenen Elemente eines Erzählens mit verteilten Rollen, Zeitsprünge werden in Kauf genommen. Wie bei vielen protestantischen Dramatikern der Zeit galt Sach's Augenmerk biblischen, v. a. alttestamentlichen Stoffen. [...] Während die Meisterlieder nur handschriftlich weitergegeben wurden, konnten die übrigen Texte als Einzeldrucke verbreitet werden. Die Masse dieser Texte wurde allerdings erst allgemein zugänglich, seit 1558-79 fünf Bände der Nürnberger Folio-Ausgabe erschienen, die ersten drei in mehreren Auflagen. [...] Bei seinem Tod war Sachs in ganz Deutschland berühmt, in der Barockzeit dagegen verpönt. Wieland, Goethe und die Romantiker entdeckten ihn neu." (Quelle: ADB 30, 113-128) - "Einzige Gesamtausgabe der Spruchdichtungen (Spruchgedichte, Komödien, Tragödien, Fastnachtspiele). Ursprünglich angelegt als Neudruck der seltenen, von Sachs noch selbst vorbereiteten Gesamtausgabe der Spruchdichtungen, der sogenannten Nürnberger Folioausgabe. Dank der Mitarbeit und späteren alleinigen Verantwortung Goetzes umgewandelt in eine kritische Ausgabe mit Heranziehung der Handschriften und mit einer Fülle von textkritischen, bibliographischen und quellenkundlichen Informationen, die sich jedoch, da sie zu den früheren Bänden sukzessive nachgetragen wurden, über zahlreiche Bände verteilen. [...]" (Quelle: Hagen 1) - Ausgeschiedene Bibliotheksexemplare (ex-library copies) mit Inventarnummern und Stempeln auf den Schnitten und Rückseiten der Titelblätter. - Einbände leicht berieben. Buchrücken sowie Ecken und Kanten ausgeblichen; auf den Rücken Abdruck der entfernten Signaturschildern zu sehen. Schnitte etwas angestaubt und teils leicht fleckig. - Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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      Joan MIRO, Palma de Mallorca 1964 - - PRESENTATION : Framed full page manuscript letter of Joan MIRO. - TEXT : 10 lines letter handwrited (blue ink) by Joan MIRO to M Matarano on stationary paper titled "Son Abrines - Calamayor - Palma de Mallorca". - CONTENT : Miro thanks Matarano for his letter about his daughter. - DATE : october 14th 1964. - SIGNATURE : Bold signature of Miro bottom right. - SIZE : 10 x 8" at view. - FRAME : Presented in wood frame with passepartout (16 x 14"). - INFORMATION : A very nice letter of Miro showing his typical ink calligraphy, his graphism and elegant signature. - CONDITION : Very good. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        LA DIVINA COMMEDIA Illustrazioni di Dali'.

      Roma e Firenze, Arti e Scienze / Salani, 1964. In-4 gr., 6 voll., cartonatura e astucci orig. decorati con motivi geometrici a colori e oro (un astuccio con spacchi), testo e tavv. a fogli sciolti. Le tre cantiche, secondo l'edizione della Società Dantesca Italiana rivista da Giovanni Nencioni, sono illustrate da 100 tavv. a colori, create da Salvador Dali', incise e stampate da Raymond Jacquet a Parigi, su carta di Rives. Importante edizione impressa dalla Stamperia Valdonega di Verona, su carta a mano Magnani. Il ns. fa parte della tiratura di 2900 esempl. numer. In ottimo stato.

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        After the Fall

      New York: The Viking Press,, 1964. A Play. Octavo. Original pale brown cloth, device to front board, spine lettered in gilt on red, top edge stained red others untrimmed. With the glassine jacket. Housed in the publisher's plain card slipcase. A superb copy in the jacket that has some loss to spine. First edition, first printing. One of a total of 999 copies bound thus and signed by the author, only half of which were for sale.

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        Paul Gauguin : [I] Catalogue Raisonne. (All Published).

      Paris: Les Beaux-Arts: First edition 1964 - large 4to., [xvi], 282pp., mounted colour frontispiece (Te Rerioa - le Reve), text in french, 630 b/w illustrations, catalogue, indices, original red cloth decorated in gilt. A fine clean copy in a VG pictorial dustwrapper which has one closed nick at foot of rear panel. LIMITED EDITION, Number 1182 of 3000 copies. The important Catalogue Raisonne of Paul Gauguin's work covering the period 1871 - 1903, all fully documented and all but 8 lost works illustrated and concordance with Gauguin's own data for the years 1888-1889. Paul Gauguin was born in Paris in 1848, the son of a journalist. He began his career in the merchant navy and then in 1871 became a stockbroker; he also took up painting. His early works are influenced by Pissarro, with whom he worked in 1879 and 1881. He showed works in the later Impressionist exhibitions (1880-6), subsequently developing the style known as Synthetism during visits to Pont-Aven in Brittany (1886-90). In 1888 he worked briefly with Van Gogh in Arles. Gauguin was faced with increasing poverty after retiring from stockbroking in 1883 and in 1891 he left Paris to work in Tahiti, where many of his most famous paintings were produced ('Nevermore', 1897, London, Courtauld Institute Galleries). He returned to Paris in 1893, but in 1895 went back to the South Seas and in 1901 moved to the Marquesas Islands, where he died in 1903. Public recognition of his talent came posthumously with an exhibition of his work in Paris in 1906. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        6 Mid-American Chants by Sherwood Anderson. 11 Midwest Photographs by Art Sinsabaugh

      Highlands, NC: Jonathan Williams, 1964. A fine copy in heavy card, ring bound wrappers, enclosed in the original mailing carton with the publisher's printed address label, lightly worn. Uncommon book, especially with all its parts and in this condition.. First Edition. Panoramic oblong folio. Published as Jargon 45 under the auspices of Jonathan Williams. One of 1550 copies (but much scarcer than the ample limitation would indicate). One of the great unsung American photobooks, notable not only for the preternatural beauty of Sinsabaugh's ethereal photographs, but also for its unique shape and format.

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