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        Die Niemandsrose. Gedichte.

      Frankfurt am Main, S. Fischer Verlag, 1964.. Viertes bis Fünftes Tausend. 94 (1) Seiten 8°, gebundene Ausgabe, Leinen. mit Schutzumschlag, dieser empfindliche, weiße Umschlag ganz leicht lichtrandig, einige dezente Druckspuren, Rücken unten mit leichter Braunverfärbung, das Papier minimal gebräunt, ansonsten sauber und frisch, auf dem Vortitel die Signatur Paul Celans. Paul Celan (* 23. November 1920 in Czernowitz/Ursaine + vermutlich 20. April 1970 Freitod in Paris; eigentlich Paul Antschel, später rumänisiert Ancel, woraus das Anagramm Celan entstand) war einer der berühmtesten deutschsprachigen Lyriker des 20. Jahrhunderts. Bitte warten Sie nach Ihrer Bestellung unsere Vorausrechnung per E-Mail ab oder zahlen Sie per Paypal an info@signiertebuecher.de.

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        Das neueste Gedicht.

      Darmstadt, später St. Michael, Bläschke, 1964-1980.. [Alte Folge]. Nr. 1-68 [= alles Erschienene]. 68 OKart. mit OUmschl. (vereinzelt minimal fleckig). Je 16 bis 72 SS.. Erste Ausgaben. - Je 1 von 1000 bzw. 1500 Exemplaren. - Besteht aus: 1. Karl Krolow, Reise durch die Nacht. - 2. Dieter Leisegang, Brüche. - 3. Walter Helmut Fritz, Grenzland. - 4. Wilhelm Klemm, Geflammte Ränder. - 5. W. H. Auden, The Common Life. Deutsch von Dieter Leisegang. - 6. Walter Hunziker, Der schwarze Donner. - 7. Margarete Hannsmann, Tauch in den Stein. - 8. Wieland Schmied, Worte für Worte. - 9. Paul Lüth, Operationen. - 10. Rene Menard, Entre deux pierres. Übertragen von Walter Helmut Fritz. - 11. Eugenio Montale, Nach Finisterre. Übertragen von Hans Hinterhäuser. - 12. Dieter Leisegang, Überschreitungen. - 13. Alain Bosquet, J'ecrirai ce poeme. Übertragen von Walter Helmut Fritz. - 14. Hans-Jürgen Heise, Beschlagener Rückspiegel. - 15. W. H. Auden, The Cave of Making. Deutsch von Dieter Leisegang. - 16. Adam Wazyk, Farbe der Zeit. Deutsch von Karl Dedecius. - 17. Philippe Jaccottet, Fin d'hiver. Übertragen von Walter Helmut Fritz. - 18. Heinz Piontek, Randerscheinungen. - 19. Archibald MacLeish, Journey Home. Deutsch von Hans-Jürgen Heise. - 20. Arwed Guenther, Tauwetter. - 21. Hart Crane, Moment Fugue. Deutsch von Dieter Leisegang. - 22. Margot Scharpenberg, Brandbaum. 23. Odysseas Elytis, Sieben nächtliche Siebenzeiler. Deutsch von Günter Dietz. - Mit mont. eh. Signatur des Übersetzers. - 24. Hans-Jürgen Heise, Worte aus der Zentrifuge. - 25. William Carlos Williams, New Places - Neue Orte. Deutsch von Gertrude C. Schwebel. - 26. Margarete Hannsmann, Maquis im Nirgendwo. Nachwort von Jürgen P. Wallmann. - 27. Christine Lavant, Hälfte des Herzens. - 28. Pierre Garnier, Sekunden. Deutsch von Ilse Garnier. - 29. Rocco Scotellaro, Eine Stunde vor Tag. Deutsch von Hans Hinterhäuser. - 30. Rolf Bongs, A bis Plus Minus Zett. - Titel mit eh. Widmung von Rolf Bongs, dat. 10. V. 1972. - 31. Hans Dieter Schäfer, Fiktive Erinnerungen. Nachwort von Wilhelm Lehmann. - 32. D. H. Bruhn, Bilder/Galerie. - 33. Annemarie Zornack, mobile. Nachwort von Walter Helmut Fritz. - 34. Günter Dietz, Scholien. - Vortitel mit vierzeiliger eh. Widmung von Günter Dietz. - 35. J. D. Enright, Jasmin Opium Benzin. Deutsch von Eva Bornemann. Nachwort von Norman Sherry. - 36. Annemarie Zornack, zwei sommer. Nachwort von Hans Dieter Schäfer. - 37. Rolf Bongs, Morgen in Opatija. - 38. Hans-Jürgen Heise, Küstenwind. - 39. Ludwig Fischer, Salz. Nachwort von Johannes Poethen. - 40. Peter Weimar, Lehrgedichte. Für Walter Helmut Fritz. - 41. Hans Dieter Schäfer, Das Familienmuseum. Prosagedichte. - 42. Kay Hoff, Zwischenzeilen. - 43. Vladimir Holan, Vor eurer Schwelle. Ausgewählt und aus dem Tschechischen übertragen von Reiner Kunze. mit Auszügen aus einer Rede von Ludvik Kundera. - Mit beiliegendem Brief mit eh. U. von Reiner Kunze. - 44. antonin brousek, wunderschöne sträflingskugel. ausgewählt und aus dem tschechischen übertragen von reiner kunze. - 45. Bernd Jaeger, Im verlandeten Teich von Bethesda. 46. Johannes Poethen, Aus der unendlichen Kälte. vierzehn gedichte - sieben sprüche - drei fragmente. - 47. Annemarie Zornack, tagesanfänge. - 48. Peter Härtling, Neue Gedichte. - 49. T. S. Eliot, Gelächter zwischen Teetassen. Gedichte aus Prufrock and Other Observations. Übersetzt und mit Nachwort von Hans-Jürgen Heise. - 50. Miteinander. Eine Anthologie der Lyrikreihe "Das Neueste Gedicht" zusammengestellt von Karl Krolow. - 51. Günter Eich, Nach Seumes Papieren. - 52. Hans Dieter Schäfer, Holubek. - 53. Bernd Jaeger, Kelvin-Reise. - 54. Antonin Bartisek, Abwesende Meere. Übersetzt von Otto F. Babler und Hugo Rokyta. Nachwort von Hans-Jürgen Heise. - 55. Harald Hartung, Reichsbahngelände. - 56. Hans Dietrich Bruhn, Bericht der Augen über die Lichtgeschwindigkeit. - 57. Richard Anders, Preussische Zimmer. - Vortitel mit dreizeiliger eh. Widmung des Verfassers. - 58. Wulf Kirsten, Ziegelbrennersprache. - 59. Hanne F. Juritz, vorzugsweise: wachend. - 60. Dieter Hoffmann, SUB ROSA. Historische Portraits. - 61. Annemarie Zornack, nichts weiter. - 62. Heinz Piontek, Die Zeit der anderen Auslegung. - 63. Ursula Flügler, Erstes Lateinbuch. - 64. Hajo Antpöhler, Einen Namen schreiben. - 65. Uwe Pörksen, Aufgeräumt. - Vortitel mit mont. eh. Widmung von Uwe Pörksen, eine weitere Unterschrift liegt bei. - 66. Hans-Dietrich Bruhn, Naturschutzgebiet. - 67. Gunter E. Bauer-Rabe, Troilus bei Schillers. 33 Gedichte. - 68. Bernd Jäger, Der späte Stein. - Einige Bände mit Frontispiz von Claire-Lise Holy, Jolei, Christine Witt, Erich Martin, Werner Berg oder K. H. Meyer. - Zumeist mit Exlibris eines Verlegers. Drei Blätter mit Klebespuren, Vortitel vereinzelt mit Resten von Bleistiftmarginalien, sonst sehr schön erhaltene vollständige Reihe. - Beiliegen: 1. Das neueste Gedicht. Neue Folge. 9 Bände der Reihe. 9 OPpbde. mit OUmschl. St.Michael, Bläschke Verlag, später Waldbrunn, Heiderhoff Verlag, 1981-1986. - Erste Ausgaben. - Texte von Odysseas Elytis, Christoph von Wolzogen, Jannis Ritsos, Christine Lavant, Anise Koltz, Giorgos Seferis, Olly Komenda-Soentgerath, Rene Char und Dieter Leisegang. - Vorhanden sind Nr. 1, 2, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 17 und 22. - 2. Jeweils mehrfach, sieben verschiedene Prospekte des Nachfolgerverlags Heiderhoff, der die Restauflagen vertrieben hat.

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        Das steinerne Herz. Historischer Roman aus dem Jahre 1954. 2. Aufl. (Mit 34 Farbfotos von Wilhelm Michels mit gedruckten Bildunterschriften auf Tfln. mont.) -

      Karlsruhe: Stahlberg 1964.. 2 Bll., 286 Ss., 1 Bl. 8°. Priv.-HLd., Rücken aus rotem OasienziegenLd. mit goldgeprägt. Rückentitel u. goldgeprägt. Doppellinie, in den Vorderdeckel eingelegtes rotes Ld.-Deckelschild mit goldgeprägt. Titel, in bibliophilem Pp.-Schuber (Schuber min. angestaubt).. Nr. 26 einer Privatausgabe von Wilhelm Michels (1904-1988), von der die ersten 5 Exemplare zu Arno Schmidts 50. Geburtstag am 18.1.1964 erschienen. Mit einer gedruckten Widmungsdoppelseite, von Wilhelm Michels signiert mit "Willi", eigenhändig numeriert und bezeichnet "Dritte Serie blau-rot 21-30 1982": " hier mein Geschenk - arg verspätet, aber doch zu guter Stunde. Wer es in die Finger bekommt, wird es für eine bibliophile Spielerei halten. Aber wir waren uns darüber einig, daß es das nicht ist - zu so etwas Feinsinnigem hättest du keine Hand gereicht. Deine 'wahnsinnige Lust an Exaktem' und dein Glaube an die 'Sein-setzende Kraft von Namen, Zahlen, Daten, Grenzen, Tabellen, Karten' bestimmte dich sofort, als wir im August 1960 von unserem Ausflug nach Ahlden zurückkamen, Bücher und Manuskripte auszukramen. So entstand dieses Dokument." - Die erste Ausgabe erschien 1956 in Karlsruhe; für die vorliegende Privatausgabe wurde ein Exemplar der 2. Aufl. zerlegt, um die Bildtafeln - Aufnahmen von 'Haus Thumann', vom Ahldener Schloß und aus Ahlden, dazu Ablichtungen von Staatshandbüchern, von Ringklibs Statistik und einigen von Schmidts Unterlagen (Fahrpläne, ein Brief u.a.) - erweitert und neu eingebunden (Handeinband von Helmuth Halbach). Von dem Widmungsblatt und den Bildtiteln hatte Wilhelm Michels jeweils 100 Stück drucken, aber wohl höchstens die Hälfte, z.T. auch noch nach Arno Schmidts Tod, aufbinden lassen, sodaß diese Dokumentations-Ausgabe zu den seltensten Schmidt-Ausgaben zählt. - Wilpert-G.2 35. - Müther S. 107 18.01.64. - KNLL XIV,1002 f. - Tadelloses Exemplar.

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        Österreichische Zeitschrift für Kunst und Denkmalpflege.18. Jahrgang 1964- 17. Jahrgang 1973 komplett [somit 10 Jahrgänge jeweils in 1 Leinenband der Zeit]

      Wien Verlag Schroll 1964-1973. 10 Leinenbände der Zeit, 4°,; Zustand: sehr gut.

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        Peter Schlemihls Wundersame Geschichte. Mit 9 Holzstichen von Imre Reiner. [Mit einer Mappe mit den 9 Holzstichen im Seperatdruck, vom Künstler handsigniert. 9. Ars librorum Druck].

      Frankfurt a.M., Arsl librorum/ Bern, Gotthard de Beauclair, 1964.. Ledereinband, 8°, Ledermäppchen mit den Originalholzstichen, Schuber, Rückenschildchen, im Blockbuch gedruckt, 85 S., 9 beiliegende Holzstiche in Mappe; -tadelloses Exemplar.. Liebhaberausgabe; aus der Bodoni der Bauerschen Gießerei von Hand gesetzt und im Herbst 1964 auf Japanpapier gedruckt. Buchbindearbeiten Helmuth Halbach, Königstein. Auflage 215 arabisch numerierte sowie fünfundreißig von I bis XXXV numerierte Exemplare, denen eine Folge der neun Holzstiche hinzugegeben ist. Alle Exemplare wurden vom Künstler signiert.Dies ist Nr. XIII.

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        Le revelateur du globe. Christophe Colomb devant les taureaux. Lettre encyclique.

      Mercure de France, 1964.. 369 p.. Ancien livre de bibliotheque, dans etat acceptable, avec tampon et signature, traces d etiquette, pages propres.

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        Music On My Mind

      New York: Doubleday, 1964. New York: Doubleday, 1964 Boldly SIGNED and inscribed at the ffep, in his characteristic printed script " to x & y Love, From Willie The Lion & Lady Jane" [The Lion has also signed for his companion to whom the book is dedicated]. In grey cloth boards, near fine, touch of fading to boards, age toning to text block, slight compression to spine ends, silver gilt spine titles over black and red panels are clean and bright, tightly bound, pages are crisp, unmarked. In an unclipped dust jacket, original price of $4.95 to front flap, rubbing to panel edges, light chipping to spine ends and fore corners, top edge of rear flap is slightly creased, else very good + . One of the most colourful of all jazz memoirs by the great pianist, composer, Cantor(!), astrologer and self- mythologizer, who by 1964 was the last surviving giant of the Harlem Stride Piano School. Although co-author Hoefer's 'Interludes' between chapters attempt to introduce some historical perspective, it is The Lion's wonderful, rambling memoir that brings a lost world back to life. Increasingly uncommon title, very scarce book signature of one of the early jazz piano masters, in collectible condition. J1545. Signed by Author. Stated First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf,, 1964. New York: Alfred A. Knopf,, 1964. Illustrated by Joseph Schidelman. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt and to upper board in blind, ochre endpapers, to edge purple. With the dust jacket. Frontispiece and illustrations throughout. Ownership signature to front free endpaper, mild residue to front pastedown, spine slightly rolled, dust jacket with toning to spine, crease to rear panel lower edge, shallow chip to top spine end which has archival tape to the verso, faint stain to mid front panel, a very good copy. First edition, first printing (with the six-line colophon on the final page which was cut to five in subsequent printings).

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        Candy

      New York: Putnam, 1964. New York: Putnam, 1964. First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Hardcover. First U.S. edition. A fine book in a near fine dust jacket. A bit of toning to the rear panel. The true first edition, first impression with all the correct issue points: $5.00, 0464 and James Jones blurb on back cover. The notorious book was the product of a collaboration between Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg. It follows the story of Candy, an inquisitive but naive blonde who finds that men prize her body more than her brains. Signed by Terry Southern on the title page. Bookplate of noted collector Rolland Comstock on the front pastedown. Signed by the author. This book is from the library of well known Oklahoma book collector Larry Owens.

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        Existence of Competitive Equilibria in Markets with a Continuum of Traders.

      RAND, Santa Monica 1964 - Rare first issue of this seminal paper included in Kuhn’s Classics in Game Theory. In this work, published later in the journal Econometrica 1966, Aumann showed the existence of equilibria in his model of markets with ‘perfect competition’ (i.e., with a continuum of participants). Aumann’s model forms a cornerstone in modern economic analysis."Perfect competition has always been a central theme in economics. It refersto a situation where there are many participants and the influence of eachindividual on the economy as a whole is negligible. But how should perfectcompetition be modeled?Following various attempts, Aumann (1964) introduced the generalmodel of a continuum of agents: ‘The influence of an individual participant on the economy cannot be mathematicallynegligible, as long as there are only finitely many participants.Thus a mathematical model appropriate to the intuitive notion of perfectcompetition must contain infinitely many participants. We submit that themost natural model for this purpose contains a continuum of participants,similar to the continuum of points on a line or the continuum of particles ina fluid. [. . .] The continuum can be considered an approximation to the ‘true’ situationin which there is a large but finite number of particles (or traders, orstrategies, or possible prices). The purpose of adopting the continuous approximationis to make available the powerful and elegant methods of thebranch of mathematics called ‘analysis,’ in a situation where treatment by finitemethods would be much more difficult or even hopeless (think of tryingto do fluid mechanics by solving n-body problems for large n).’ The ‘continuum of agents’ idea has turned out to be indispensable to theadvancement of economic theory. As in the natural sciences, it has enabledprecise and rigorous modeling and analysis, which otherwise would havebeen very hard or even impossible. Once the continuum model was studiedand understood, one could go back and examine the ‘true’ situations withfinitely many agents, using appropriate approximations and limits. The foremost result is the equivalence between competitive (or Walrasian)equilibria and core allocations in perfectly competitive markets: individualprice-taking behavior and social stability yield the same outcomes (Aumann,1964, and also the survey of Anderson, 1994). This may be viewed as amodern and rigorous formalization of the ‘invisible hand’ of Adam Smithand the limit ‘contract curve’ of Edgeworth. The core is a classical concept of cooperative game theory (recall alsothe Strong Folk Theorem above). Another central cooperative concept isthat of value, originally introduced by Shapley (1953). The notion of valueembodies standard economic ideas such as ‘expected outcome’ and‘marginal contribution’. Applying it to markets with a continuum of tradersyielded a new equivalence result, this time between the price equilibria andthe value allocations (Aumann and Shapley, 1974, Aumann, 1975; see thesurvey of Hart, 2002). All this led to an extensive study of the relationships between competitiveequilibria and various game-theoretic concepts, which led to a very general‘equivalence principle’. To quote Aumann:‘Perhaps the most remarkable single phenomenon in game and economic theoryis the relationship between the price equilibria of a competitive marketeconomy, and all but one of the major solution concepts for the correspondinggame. [. . .] Intuitively, the equivalence principle says that the institution of marketprices arises naturally from the basic forces at work in a market, (almost) nomatter what we assume about the way in which these forces work." The end result of the introduction of the continuum model in economicsis that it has led to a much better understanding of perfect competition,its implications and limitations, from many disparate but converging viewpoints." (Hart, Robert Aumann’s Game and Economic Theory) RAND memorandum RM-3853-PR June 1954. Large 4to (275 x 214 mm), origina [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Histoire de L'Orfevrerie du Languedoc Generalites de Montpellier et de Toulouse. Repertoire des Orfevres Depuis Le Moyen-Age Jusqu'au Debut du XIX Siecle. 2 Volumes. A a C; D a L. Limited Edition

      Limited Edition 246/500. Green hardback cloth cover. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. 270mm x 210mm (11" x 8"). xv, 547pp; xv, 473pp. Tissue guarded b/w plates. Volume II published 1966.

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        Signed Christmas Card

      1964 - Measuring 3.25" x 4.75". Handmade Christmas card for 1964. Chinese-theme illustration pasted onto a folded card with a handwritten note: "to cast a Chinese lite on Christmas towards. Robert and Jess 1964 our love and constant wish for your Happy New Year 1965."

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        Das Hohe Lied. Das schönste der Lieder Salomos., Mit Farbholzschnitten von Felix Hoffmann. Von ihm signiertes und numeriertes Exemplar (Nr.218 von 400).

      Flamberg, Zürich 1964 - nicht paginiert pp. Halbpergament im Schuber, Schuber mit einem Fleck, Ecken leicht bestoßen, Einband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, minimal berieben, Pergamentrücken etwas berieben und fingerfleckig, sonst aber sehr gutes Exemplar. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 700

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        When the Lion Feeds (SIGNED 1st AMERICAN EDITION)

      Viking Press, 1964. Viking Press, 1964 ONE-OF-A-KIND: This is the ONLY signed copy of this American 1st edition for sale anywhere. It is a Review Copy with offsetting to front endsheets where clipped newspaper reviews were once laid in. This is Wilbur A. Smith's first published novel. He discontinued using the "A" with subsequent novels. This American first edition was published February 14, 1964, and it is believed that this is the TRUE 1st edition, for the British edition was probably not published until April 1964. The Amazon bibliographic information claims the publication date to be December 1964 for the British edition, but I have a copy with a former owner signature dated April 1964. It is unlikely that the British 1st edition was published prior to February 14, 1964.

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        VON RANKE AND THE AMERICAN By ALADAR GOELLNER 1964 First Edition

      EXPOSITION PRESS, NY 1964 - TITLE: VON RANKE AND THE AMERICAN By ALADAR GOELLNER 1964 First Edition AUTHOR: ALADAR GOELLNER PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: EXPOSITION PRESS, NY 1964 EDITION: First Edition stated CATEGORY: First Edition, History, Literature BINDING/COVER: Hardback with dust jacket COLOR: Beige CONDITION: The jacket is in good condition. The $4.00 price is still on the front flap. Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 107 pages. Good/Good dust jacket condition. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: First Edition stated. EXPOSITION PRESS, NY 1964. SEVEN BEYOND-THE GRAVE COLLOQUIES. Super rare book with no other copies found for sale on the internet at the time of this research!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, books will ship immediately without email notification to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc 650 p E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 006255 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        You Only Live Twice

      London: Jonathan Cape. London: Jonathan Cape. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. FIRST EDITION of the twelfth novel in the James Bond series, recounting Bond's harrowing Japanese adventure. London : Jonathan Cape , (1964). Octavo, original black cloth with silver lettering, original dust jacket. First state, with "First Published 1964" on title verso. Book fine; dust jacket with just a hint of wear at spine ends. An outstanding copy, rare in such good condition.

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        If Morning Ever Comes

      New York: Knopf. F/NF. 1964. 1st Edition. Hardcover; 1st Printing. LOC 64-19103 . Author's 1st book, written when she was 22. 1st Edition stated and 1st printing (of around 4000 copies) in a 1st issue dustjacket with 10/64 at bottom of front flap and priced at $4.95. Laid into the book is a Near Fine+ (very few signs of having been mailed) small sealed envelope stamped and postmarked 1989 in Minneapolis MN. A small printed article about Ms. Tyler's career is pasted on the left front side, a very small address label to NJ lower right corner, and Anne Tyler has SIGNED the envelope between the article and the address label. The book is Fine: unread, very tight and straight with no edgewear or soiling, the publisher's upper page edge stain is fine, and the gilt spine lettering is bright and complete though of a rather flaky and glittery variety instead of today's flat, even gilt painting. The cloth at the top of the book's spine is just a tiny bit flexible but not limp or crushed. The Near Fine+ price intact dustjacket is clean, crisp, has none of the usual spine fading or dulling, with no chips or soiling. It has 2 tiny closed edge tears (upper and lower front panel near the spine) that have been sealed on the reverse side, and a sharpened pencil-tip sized light tan spot lower rear, near the outer edge. Lovely condition. ; 8-1/4" x 5-3/4"; 266 pages; Signed by Author .

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        ORIGINAL BROADSIDE: IN CONCERT, BOB DYLAN, MARCH 7 ... COUSENS GYM, TUFTS UNIVERSITY ....

      Medford, MA, Tufts University, 1964. Original edition. Broadside, one page, 11.25" x 8.5", printed in blue ink on white stock, incorporating four candid photos of Dylan in concert. According to a 2009 news release by Tufts Sports Information, recalling some history of Cousens Gym, "..The charming old gym also has had its moments in the national spotlight. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame acts such as The Band and Simon and Garfunkel played concerts in the gym. Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was a no-show for a March 1964 concert at Cousens, sending 2, 000 mightily unhappy fans home..." . Near Fine. This is an original broadside, not a cheap, modern reprint. On the back is a quick sketch of a woman, executed and signed by a well-known artist/sculptor who was in the Boston folk-revival scene back in the early '60s. He used the verso of this broadside for an on-the-spot sketch of a woman at Club 47 where he worked part-time as the dishwasher and part-time as a musician.

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        Typed Letter Signed

      1964 - ("Bertrand Russell") 1 page, 10" x 8", on red engraved Plas Penrhyn, Penrhyndeudraeth, Merioneth. Tel. Penrhyndeudraeth 242. letterhead, February 27, 1964. Russell writes to Miss Joep Verchagen in Rotterdam. In part: "I am - enclosing some literature concerning the recently formed Peace Foundations. It is our hope that we shall be able to secure very widespread individual financial support in the form of covenants of a set amount for a set period of time - " Very good. Russell (1872-1970) was a British nobleman, philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, and social critic. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1950.

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        Ode to a Highflying Bird

      Beat Productions, London,, [1964]. Small octavo. Original white boards printed in black. Illustrated by the author. Boards a little dusty, spine a touch rubbed. Excellent. First Edition, First Impression. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper, "Charlie Boy". A tribute to Charlie "Bird" Parker in the form of a children's book – "This story was compiled by one Charlie to a late and great Charlie" (preface).

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        ODE TO A HIGHFLYING BIRD

      London: Beat Publications, 1964. unpaginated, colour illustrations. Original white paper-covered boards, printed in black with photograph and facsimile signature of Charlie Watts to the rear board. Binding very good with a little general wear and a little rubbing to extremities and spine, slightly worn to the head/tail of the spine. Contents clean and tight, neat signature of previous owner to the front paste-down "Pauline Haynes March 1965), the tipped in price of Seven Shillings has been removed but the stub is still present, minimal foxing. A very good tight copy of the original, extremely scarce edition.. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good/No dust jacket. 12mo.

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        REALES SITIOS. Revista del Patrimonio Nacional. Trimestral. 24 años Completos.

      0 - Director: Fernando Fuertes de Villavicencio. Madrid. Imp. Raycar. 31x22 cm. Año I. núm. 1 julio de 1964 a Año XXXII. Núm. 126 , cuarto trimestre de 1995. 24 años completos encuadernados en 20 Tomos, con una media de 75 págs. por núm. muy ilustrado, en color y b/n. + 1 Tomo con 3 Núms. Extras, 200 + 212 + 239 págs. encuadernados en holandesa piel, nervios,(13) y 8 con tapas de la editorial. No conservan las portadas. Perfecto estado. Muy interesante revista de arte en general de nuestro Patrimonio Nacional. # revista G [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Torreón de Rueda]
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        Publications de la Compagnie de L Art Brut. 19 Bände. Band 1 - 18 und ein Ausstellungskatalog

      - Compagnie de l Art Brut, Paris, 1964 - 1994. zusammen ca. 2700 S., mit zahlr. Abb., orig. kart. Enthält: Fascicule 1: le Prisonnier de Bale, le Lambris de Clément, Dessins Mediumniques du Facteur Lonné, Palanc L Écrituriste; Fascicule 2: Adolf Wölfli, Par le Prof. Dr. W. Morgenthaler; Fascicule 3: le mineur lesage, Salingardes l aubergiste, Le cabin [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat]
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        Herzog

      Viking Press, New York 1964 - First USA Edition/First Printing. Fine book in a slightly spine toned, else fine dustjacket. Signed by the author on the title page. Housed in a cloth chemise and quarter bound blue morocco slipcase titled in gilt. Nice copy of the this National Book Award winner. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: MDS BOOKS]
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        Harry Callahan Photographs

      El Mochuelo Gallery 1964 - Very good or better in a very good or better black cloth slipcase, with some light spotting, soiling to the slipcase, and of course the offsetting to the endpapers that all copies of this title bear. All in all, however, a better than average copy of this highlight of contemporary photography books, well and justly identified as such in every significant bibliography (Roth, Parr, Open Book, et. al.). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Kehoe, Bookseller]
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        THE SHAKO. The Magazine of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. Vol. 33, #1

      The Citadel Fall 1964, [Charleston, SC] - Quarto (9" x 12") bound in pictorial wraps. The scarce official organ of the student body at the Citadel, this issue distinguished by the presence of very early writing by Pat Conroy, author of THE GREAT SANTINI, THE PRINCE OF TIDES, and other novels, many of which include his alma mater to various degrees. This issue features the story "A Monologue of Drums," the first piece of fiction (he had previously published poetry) by him to appear in THE SHAKO and possibly the first published anywhere, as he had just turned 19 years old at the time. This appearance predates his first book, THE BOO, by 6 years. Also included is Vol. 34, #2, Spring 1966, which does not contain any writing by Conroy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Biggles Investigates

      Leicester, Brockhampton Press, 1964., 1964. FIRST EDITION. A lovely fine copy in dustwrapper. Scarce.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Bright November. Poems

      The Fortune Press, London [1964]. The second, unauthorised edition of the author's uncommon first book. 32pp. Asparagus-coloured boards lettered in gold at spine. A tiny hint of wear to head of spine and upper board lifting just a fraction. Corner of front endpaper clipped, presumably to remove a former owner name. A lovely crisp copy, internally flawless bar the aforementioned clipping. Housed in thin paper dust wrapper with the 12'6 price sticker to front flap. Wrapper tanned at spine panel, a little chafed at rear flap joint, with some light sunning to some extremities and two areas of loss from spine panel. Thirty-one poems. "The renown of the author prompted Caton to produce this second edition, but his omission to inform [Amis] of the existence or to benefit him from its sales must be construed as being rather more than forgetful-ness" - Timothy d'Arch Smith, 'R.A. Caton and the Fortune Press'.. Hardcover. Very Good/Good.

      [Bookseller: Clearwater Books]
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        Album Hugo

      Gallimard 1964 - Album Hugo. Iconographie réunie et commentée par Martine Ecalle et Violaine Lumbroso. Paris (Gallimard) 1964. in-8, PLEINE PEAU Havane de l'éditeur , sous rhodoïd, chemise et étui.514 illustrations dans et hors le texte. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ARCALA LIVRES ANCIENS]
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        THE THREE PRINCES OF SERENDIP

      Atheneum, NY 1964 - Remnants of previous owners bookplate on rear free end paper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Windy Hill Books]
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        The Works of Ben Jonson in 11 Volumes

      Oxford, Clarendon Press 1964 - Complete set of this magnificent edition. Publication dates range from 1954 to 1967. This is an ex- library set with minimal markings. Internal library markings are limited to a library blind stamp on the title page and one registration number per volume, the text is completely clean. Externally, there is evidence of spine label removal but apart from this, the bindings are clean und unused. An excellent working set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mathias Schoen]
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        History of the New York Stage (3 Vol. Set)

      BENJAMIN BLOM, NY 1964 - General shelf wear, lightly tanned spines, small bookplate on inner boards, very light soiling to cover, else, good binding, clean bodies and unmarked texts. DATE PUBLISHED: 1964 EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1964 - First edition, first issue. Two small shadows on the rear pastedown, else fine in very good plus dustwrapper with a faintly creased tear on the front panel, very light edgewear, and a little age-toning. A subversive children's classic, and the basis for two memorable films starring first Gene Wilder and later Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Signed Christmas Card

      1964. Measuring 3.25" x 4.75". Handmade Christmas card for 1964. Chinese-theme illustration pasted onto a folded card with a handwritten note: "to cast a Chinese lite on Christmas towards. Robert and Jess 1964 our love and constant wish for your Happy New Year 1965." .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Boxes

      Los Angeles: Dwan Gallery, 1964. First edition Three photographically illustrated scrolls, measuring 6 3/4 x 35', each printed by offset lithograph, housed in a photographically printed card box. The scrolls were once glued together at one end, and have come unglued, as is common to the title, else fine; box addressed and mailed, and near fine with some creasing and rubbing to extremities. The beautiful catalogue for this show of boxes at Dwan Gallery, the invitation which was of course also a box. Each contribution is documented with a photo of each piece, along with text. The exhibition included Andy Warhol's Heinz Tomato Ketchup and Brillo Boxes - Glenn states is "arguably their first public display." [Glenn p. 104] Also includes works by Marcel Duchamp, Kurt Schwitters, Louise Nevelson, Ben Talbert, Joseph Cornell, Larry Bell, Edward Keinholz, Ronald Miyashiro, Martial Raysse, Anthony Berlant, Tom Wesselmann, James Rosenquist, Letty Eisenhauer, Robert Watts, Al d'Arcangelo, Aaron Kuriloff, Richard Artschwager, Gerd Stern, George Brecht, John Willenbacher, Robert Morris, Robert Rauschenberg, H. C. Westermann, Boris Lurie, Lucas Samaras, Jim Dine, Lee Bontecou, Kenneth Price, William Waldren, David Jacobs, and Kuwayama.

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        (FARMACOLOGIA). MEDICAMENTA. GUIDA TEORICO-PRATICA PER SANITARI

      Cooperativa Farmaceutica 1964-1976 AA.VV. Milano, Cooperativa Farmaceutica, 1964-1976. 6 GROSSI VOLUMI IN-8°, TELA EDIT. COMPLESSIVE 7130 PP. OTTIMO STATO DI CONSERVAZIONE COMPRENDENTE IL SUPPLEMENTO. OPERA BASILARE INDISPENSABILE AI MEDICI E AI FARMACISTI.

      [Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari]
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        Die Basler Hebräischen Drucke {1492-1866}. Ergänzt Und Hrsg Von Bernhard Prijs

      Olten and Freiburg: Graf-Verlag. Fine. 1964. Cloth; Lxiii, 583, Original beige cloth with red morocco lettering piece. A rare and desirable copy of this monumental work of Judaica. Slight soiling to the spine, rather insignificant. Original cardboard slipcase. Rare. ; Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. .

      [Bookseller: Joseph A. Freilich, Bookseller]
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        The Terminal Beach

      London: Gollancz, 1964-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1964. 221 pp. First edition, first printing. (Correct first; this, the British edition, precedes all others.) Very Good condition hardcover in about Very Good dust jacket. Clean pages. Bookseller's stamp on paste down. Fore edge foxed, corners a bit bumped, small stain on bottom edge. Jacket has tear between bottom of front panel and spine panel, price-clipped a few small chips at edges, light darkening to spine panel and faint foxing to edges. Jacket is mylar-protected. Rare, especially in jacket.English sci-fi legend J.G. Ballard's third book, a collection of twelve stories.

      [Bookseller: Odd Duck Books]
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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf,, 1964. Illustrated by Joseph Schindelman. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt and to upper board in blind, brown top-stain, brown endpapers. With the dust jacket. Top corner bumped. An excellent copy in the jacket which is a little rubbed and creased at the extremities with some light spotting and a small chip at the head of the spine panel. First edition, first printing, with the six line colophon on the last page which was cut to five in all subsequent printings. With a signed Knopf bookplate to the front free endpaper.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        If Morning Ever Comes

      Knopf, New York 1964 - Author's 1st book, written when she was 22. 1st Edition stated and 1st printing (of around 4000 copies) in a 1st issue dustjacket with 10/64 at bottom of front flap and priced at $4.95. Laid into the book is a Near Fine+ (very few signs of having been mailed) small sealed envelope stamped and postmarked 1989 in Minneapolis MN. A small printed article about Ms. Tyler's career is pasted on the left front side, a very small address label to NJ lower right corner, and Anne Tyler has SIGNED the envelope between the article and the address label. The book is Fine: unread, very tight and straight with no edgewear or soiling, the publisher's upper page edge stain is fine, and the gilt spine lettering is bright and complete though of a rather flaky and glittery variety instead of today's flat, even gilt painting. The cloth at the top of the book's spine is just a tiny bit flexible but not limp or crushed. The Near Fine+ price intact dustjacket is clean, crisp, has none of the usual spine fading or dulling, with no chips or soiling. It has 2 tiny closed edge tears (upper and lower front panel near the spine) that have been sealed on the reverse side, and a sharpened pencil-tip sized light tan spot lower rear, near the outer edge. Lovely condition. ; 8-1/4" x 5-3/4"; 266 pages; Signed by Author LOC 64-19103 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Some Things Drawings / Poems

      No Place: Self Published, 1964. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. 4to. Self published collaboration by these three friends and New York School contemporaries. Loose sheets laid into folder. SIGNED by all three contributors (Brainard actually signed it twice). Near fine condition. Per Fischer, probably published in late 1963 or early 1964. Unnumbered but probably fewer than 100 copies were ever made.

      [Bookseller: Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A.]
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        CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

      New York, Knopf, 1964.. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING 1964 (published 3 years before the first U.K. edition), 8vo, 240 x 160 mm, 9½ x 6¼ inches, deep red cloth, gilt lettered spine, title embossed on upper cover, mustard endpapers, top edges chocolate brown, pages: 162 plus 2 (colophon). Black and white illustrations by Joseph Schindelmann. No inscriptions, near Fine in very good DUSTWRAPPER (dw: not price clipped ($3.95), very slightly darkened along upper and lower edges and spine, short dark line at upper corner of upper cover, a few tiny closed edge tears, 5 x 2 mm chip at head of spine (¼" x 1/8"), two 2 mm chips to lower edge of lower panel). All correct points for a first issue with six lines of printing and binding information on the last page as required and dustjacket without isbn number. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        DERRIERE LE MIROIR No. 147.

      Paris Maeght June 1964 - Issue devoted to Chagall and his work, French text. FIRST EDITION, published in June 1964 on the occasion of the exhibition of 38 ink drawings, watercolours and washes by Chagall at the Galerie Maeght. 4to, approximately 380 x 28 mm, 15 x 11 inches, complete with three wonderful original lithographs printed by Mourlot (1 coloured on the upper cover 1 double-page in colour, 1 full page in black and white), 3 in-text drawings, and 23 black and white reproductions of Chagall's artwork, pages: 14, (12), loose as issued. One tiny split across spine, hint of a very small crease to centre of upper cover (visible only on reverse), otherwise a near Fine clean bright copy. Articles on Chagall by Marcel Arland and D.M. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        Herzog (Signed Association Copy)

      New York: The Viking Press, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. First printing. Bellow's sixth book, winner of the National Book Award. A near fine copy in a close to near fine dust jacket that has a few edge tears and some minor tanning to the edges. Signed and inscribed on the front free endpaper: For Aaron and Linda, affectionately, Saul." The recipients were Aaron Asher and his wife Linda. Asher was Bellow's editor and also edited Philip Roth, Arthur Miller and numerous others. Signed copies of this book aren't uncommon but wonderful association copies are rare.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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