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        The Man With the Golden Gun.

      Jonathan Cape, London 1964 - First edition of the twelfth novel in Ian Fleming's James Bond series. Octavo, original black cloth, green patterned endpapers. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Dust jacket design by Richard Chopping. "Ian Fleming was too ill to complete this last Bond novel before his death, so novelist Kingsley Amis was hired to complete and revise it (Black, 75)." It was made into the 1975 film starring Roger Moore as Bond, with an all-star cast which included Christopher Lee, Britt Ekland, Maud Adams and Hervé Villachaize. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Tree And Leaf

      London: George Allen And Unwin, 1964. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 1st Printing 92 Pp + Catalog At End. Green Cloth, Gilt. Fine In Fine Dj, Not Price Clipped, Minute Loss At Top Of Two Flap Folds, No Foxing, Bright And Clean, Hint Of Fading To Spine Panel.

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        LE CIEL BLEU

      1964 - Affiche originale imprimée en lithographie par Mourlot en 1964 Ref. "les affiches de Chagall" n°47 - Mourlot Format : 70 x 55 cm Tirage à 1.500 exemplaires avec le texte

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        La dignità delle pietre

      Milano, Grafica Uno - La Sfera, 1964 - 5 acqueforti acquetinte a colori di Giancarlo Pozzi (cm 21x10) e poesie di Cavallo. Prefazione di Domenico Cara. 4to (cm 30x16). pp. 60. . Molto buono (Very Good). Leggere abrasioni al dorso (Abrasions to the leather of the spine). Edizione originale di 100 + XX es. numerati. . Rilegato mezza pelle, custodia (half-leather binding, slip-case) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        On Her Majesty's Secret Service (Series: James Bond )

      Pan (Canadian) X350 [X350] 1964, 1st thus. (Mass market paperback) Fair to good. ... Spine and cover creases; there is some tearing at both spine ends, about an inch long. The pages are not perfectly aligned and the endpapers are adhered to the inside covers in the last quarter inch; I suspect a previous owner has made glue repairs to the binding. Slight age-toning to pages. The very scarce true first paperback of this book, which was not for sale in the UK; all copies were intended for overseas distribution. This particular version was priced specifically for the Canadian market and exported there, and has 60c on the front cover. ... Series: James Bond. ... (Suspense Thriller).

      [Bookseller: Grant Thiessen / BookIT Inc.]
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        Grant of arms donated by Sir Anthony Richard Wagner, Garter Principal King of Arms ans Sir John Dunamace Heaton-Armstrong, Clarenceux King of Arms, and Aubrey John Toppin, Esq, Norroy and Ulster King of Arms to Margaret Rowan.

      "United Kingdom, d.d. 5 March 1964. Vellum charter, 37x52 cm. Mint condition. Handwritten, calligraphy, partly in gold, with a large hand coloured coat-of-arms as bestowed on the Ltd., and the coats-of-arms of the mentioned officials, as well as their signatures. Three wax seals attached in copper cases. Encased in an oblong red morrocco leather box with three gilt crowned monograms EIIR. All in mint condition. Eshton Hall School was situated in Gargrave in the West Riding of the County of York until the premises were abandonned and the building was turned into a nursing home. There is still an active group of alumni (http://eshtonhall.co.uk/index.htm). During the Second World War Bentham School was relocated to Eshton Hall and afterwards in 1949 an independent public school was realised. Therefore Eshton was born as a co-ed initially. The original main building was burnt to the ground in the late 1500's, leaving only the old wing and arch. The new main building with its impressive tower was built in the early part of the 1600's by the Wilson family, who were Royalist sympathisers. H169".

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        Asturias.

      Cercle d'Art, Paris., 1964. First edition. Large quarto. Unpaginated. Card wrappers. Produced in solidarity with the miners of Asturias whose strike was brutally suppressed by Franco. Texts by Rafael Alberti, Jorge Semprún, Juan Rejano, José Herrera Petere, Wenceslao Roces, Blas de Otero, Antonio Gavina, Max Aub, Corrales Egea, María Teresa León, Marcos Ana et al. Full-page black and white drawings by Picasso, Ripollés, Semper, Victoria, Vivancos, Aguayo, Alcalde, Arroyo, Ceballos, Colmeiro, Fenosa, Lobo et al, reproduced in lithographs by Fernand Chenot.Very near fine.

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        A President's Country. A Guide to the Hill Country of Texas.

      Austin: Alcade Press,, 1964. With drawings by Mac Tatchell. Octavo. Original red leather presentation binding, titles to spine gilt, saddle vignette to front cover gilt, turn-ins gilt, pictorial endpapers. Housed in a custom red cloth slipcase. Illustrated throughout in black and white. Negligible rubbing to extremities; an excellent, bright copy. First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the Johnsons on title page, "To Clark and Marney Clifford with appreciation of a pleasant few days here together. Lady Bird & Lyndon B. Johnson, July 7, 1966." Clark Clifford (1906–1998) was a hugely influential Democratic advisor, holding the role of Counsel to the President during Truman's presidency. Having left this role in 1950 to practice law, Clifford remained a trusted advisor to subsequent Democratic presidents. In July 1966 the Johnsons were staying on their ranch in Texas, where, on 4 July 1966 Johnson had signed the influential Freedom of Information Act. Johnson announced in a press conference on 5 July that Clifford would be joining him there "to review intelligence matters with me, and will stay overnight here at the ranch". They were joined on 6 July by Secretary of Defence Robert McNamara (1916–2009), whom Clifford succeeded as Secretary of Defence in 1968. Clifford was crucial in halting what he described as the runaway train of Johnson's war in Vietnam and convinced the President to deny Pentagon requests for still more troops and to instead seek a negotiated settlement of the conflict. When asked, with regards to Vietnam, whether he was a hawk or a dove, he remarked, "I am not conscious of falling under any of those ornithological divisions". Jack Maguire, a journalist for Texas Parade Magazine and executive director of the Ex-Student's Association of University of Texas, was commissioned by Johnson in the hopes that this work would give readers a sense of the Texas Hill Country where Johnson grew up, and which was so important in shaping his character. The book includes chapters on the region's geology, plant and wildlife, architecture, indigenous peoples and settlers written by experts on the topics, including Henry Shuffler, W. W. Newcomb, Jr. and Peter Flawn. Uncommon inscribed in the leather presentation binding, with four copies traced at auction, none with such an important association.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Typed Letter Signed ("Bob"), letter of thanks on his last day as Attorney General to Francis Worthington

      Washington, DC 1964 - 1 p. on Attorney General stationery. 8vo (9 x 7 inches). Bobby Kennedy writes on his last day as Attorney General, giving thanks to his colleague Francis Worthington at the Department of Justice: "On my last day as Attorney General, I want to thank you for your excellent service to this Department during my tenure ?" Light crease from prior folding 1 p. on Attorney General stationery. 8vo (9 x 7 inches)

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Typed Letter Signed

      Washington, D.C: Not published, 1964. One page typed letter on letterhead: "The Attorney General. Washington" with Department of Justice blindstamp in top left margin. Dated April 6 1964 and addressed to "Amor Publications 233 East 32nd Street New York 16, New York" it reads: "Gentlemen: I appreciate very much your kindness in sending to Mrs. Kennedy and me the record Mood Amor. With all good wishes, Sincerely, [signed] Robert F. Kennedy." In excellent condition, folded in half to place in envelope; crease not affecting autograph.. Signed. No edition. Unbound. Near fine condition. Octavo (8vo).

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        The Beatles Story on Capitol Records, Parts One and Two (Slipcase Edition)

      The Beatles Story on Capitol Records, Parts One and Two (Slipcase Edition) - Signed by Author Bruce Spizer and Capitol President, Alan Livingston - First Edition, Number 8 of 200.A beautiful copy of this great title by Bruce Spizer. Limited edition, number 8 of 200 of the deluxe set; offering a slipcase to store both volumes (Signed by the author Bruce Spizer and ex Capitol President, Alan Livingston), two posters and a further signature from Spizer in each of the books. (There is a short dedication written by Spizer in volume 1 - See pic below)The books and slipcase are in near mint condition and there are no obvious blemishes or marks. All I would say is that the cover text color is slightly different from one volume when compared to the other, however, these volumes were produced a few months apart and I can only assume the color difference is part of the original printing process. It is not due to direct light induced fading.HardcoverISBN 10: 0966264932 ISBN 13: 9780966264937Publisher: Four Ninety-Eight Productions, 2000The Beatles records in close-up, packed with details, anecdotes, facts you never knew before about them. The authentic stories of all recordings, wonderful wit and humour of the Beatles themselves in off-the-cuff press conferences and much more!From the Author:Compiling these books brought back wonderful memories. In addition to reading numerous trade journals, magazines and newspaper articles from the sixties, I listened to the music in its purist form by playing the records. Playing the early Capitol albums on my vintage 1964 Beatles turntable transported me back in time. The record player hummed and the records sometimes gave off a popping sound from vintage scratches, but this only enhanced the experience. "Meet The Beatles!" was the first album I purchased. I still have that album, complete with my name printed on a record store sticker placed on the back cover.Although I enjoy listening to the Beatles on CD, it is more of a sonic experience than a journey back in time. There is a certain thrill about holding a colourful 12" x 12" record jacket that no CD can ever hope to duplicate. Those Capitol singles and albums were the records of my childhood that I will always remember. For Americans growing up in the sixties, the Beatles on Capitol were the greatest.

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        André Bloc. De la Sculpture à l'Architecture [ Edition originale ]

      Editions Aujourd'hui 1964 - 1 vol. in-8 carré cartonnage éditeur sous jaquette illustrée, Editions Aujourd'hui, 1964, 20 pp. et plus de 40 ff. de planches Bon état (jaquette lég. frottée, très bon état par ailleurs). En relation avec Auguste Perret, Henri Sauvage, Claude Parent, l'architecte, sculpteur et éditeur André Bloc (1896-1966) est le fondateur de la fameuse revue "L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui". Influencé dès l'origine par Le Corbusier, il fondera le groupe constructiviste "Espace", auquel adhéreront Sonia Delaunay, Székély, Victor Vasarely, etc. Peu commun Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Death Among Friends

      London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1964 First edition first printing of the third novel written by Elizabeth Cadell under this pen name. This is the only one of the Ainsworth novels that wasn't republished under the Cadell name. Light tanning to the spine of the dustjacket. In near fine / near fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Scene of the Crime Books]
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        IL SANTUARIO NEL CIELO

      LA TRIBUNA, PIACENZA 1964 - GALASSIA ITALIANO N. 48 della collana, a cura di R.Rambelli, traduzione di Lucia Morelli, brossura editoriale illustrata, ingiallita, con fioritura e lievi segni di usura al dorso, pagine ingiallite attorno ai testi e con lieve fioritura, discreta fioritura ai tagli

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        L'UNDICESIMO COMANDAMENTO

      LA TRIBUNA, PIACENZA 1964 - GALASSIA ITALIANO N. 41 della collana, a cura di R.Rambelli, traduzione di A.Del Prato, brossura editoriale illustrata, leggermente ingiallita, con fioritura e lievi segni di usura, pagine brunite attorno ai testi e con lieve fioritura, discreta fioritura anche ai tagli

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        A President's Country. A Guide to the Hill Country of Texas. With drawings by Mac Tatchell.

      Austin: Alcade Press, 1964 - Octavo. Original red leather presentation binding, titles to spine gilt, saddle vignette to front cover gilt, turn-ins gilt, pictorial endpapers. Housed in a custom red cloth slipcase. Negligible rubbing to extremities; an excellent, bright copy. Illustrated throughout in black and white. First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the Johnsons on title page, "To Clark and Marney Clifford with appreciation of a pleasant few days here together. Lady Bird & Lyndon B. Johnson, July 7, 1966." Clark Clifford (1906–1998) was a hugely influential Democratic advisor, holding the role of Counsel to the President during Truman's presidency. Having left this role in 1950 to practice law, Clifford remained a trusted advisor to subsequent Democratic presidents. In July 1966 the Johnsons were staying on their ranch in Texas, where, on 4 July 1966 Johnson had signed the influential Freedom of Information Act. Johnson announced in a press conference on 5 July that Clifford would be joining him there "to review intelligence matters with me, and will stay overnight here at the ranch". They were joined on 6 July by Secretary of Defence Robert McNamara (1916–2009), whom Clifford succeeded as Secretary of Defence in 1968. Clifford was crucial in halting what he described as the runaway train of Johnson's war in Vietnam and convinced the President to deny Pentagon requests for still more troops and to instead seek a negotiated settlement of the conflict. When asked, with regards to Vietnam, whether he was a hawk or a dove, he remarked, "I am not conscious of falling under any of those ornithological divisions". Jack Maguire, a journalist for Texas Parade Magazine and executive director of the Ex-Student's Association of University of Texas, was commissioned by Johnson in the hopes that this work would give readers a sense of the Texas Hill Country where Johnson grew up, and which was so important in shaping his character. The book includes chapters on the region's geology, plant and wildlife, architecture, indigenous peoples and settlers written by experts on the topics, including Henry Shuffler, W. W. Newcomb, Jr. and Peter Flawn. Uncommon inscribed in the leather presentation binding, with four copies traced at auction, none with such an important association. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Print]: Take It Easy But Take It!

      - Print or broadside. Approximately 14" x 19". Slate print, printed in silver-white on black textured rag paper. A little creasing at the corners of the textured paper, slight remnants from mounting on rear, else near fine. Number 17 of 500 copies Signed by the artist and dated in 1964. Additionally Inscribed in the wide lower margin: "Dear Dave - The Middlefield Show is a success - financially & publicity-wise. Thanks for your help. Bill Kent. Oct. 1964." The image depicts a faux-classical couple: he with a long beard and a tail, in a priapic state of arousal, reaching underneath the long skirt of a woman dangling a cat-like animal from one hand. Kent was a critically acclaimed artist in the 1960s. He exhibited at the 1966 Whitney Biennial, and apparently drew some comparisons to Andy Warhol. However, the scandal created by his 1965 exhibition of slate prints, "Sex and Violence, Or Patriotic Prints," which caused him to lose his job as a curator, combined with his irascible character and contempt for the commercial art world, led him to leave the city to follow an ascetic path. He pursued the construction of monumental wood sculptures which have been compared to Brancusi, but he is now largely, but unjustifiably, forgotten. This print displays a sly and engaging pop aesthetic. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        SLEEPING WITH ONE EYE OPEN

      Stone Wall Press, Iowa City 1964 - Pulitzer Prize-winning poet's scarce first book, copy #195 of only 225 numbered copies. Apparently issued with a glassine, but not on any of the dozen or so copies we have seen. This copy has a mylar cover on it, but we don't believe it to be original. Sunning to the spine with just a touch of rubbing to the gilt lettering which is clear; contents bright and fresh. Near Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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

      CLARENDON PRESS, OXFORD 1964 - INTERLINGUE A cura, con commento ed introduzione di Maurice Platnauer in inglese, testo in greco, lieve ingiallimento delle pagine che comunque rimangono in buonissimo stato di conservazione, rilegatura editoriale in tutta tela bordeaux con titoli d'oro al dorso, con lieve usura ai bordi e con piccole mancanze di colore, sovraccoperta ingiallita ai bordi ed al dorso e con lievi segni di usura

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Andreas Vesalius.

      In-folio imperiale (cm. 42), elegante legatura in vitello su assi di legno con impressioni in oro al piatto anteriore e al dorso, risguardi decorati, custodia; carte in seppia e in barbe delle cartiere Pietro Miliani-Fabriano (filigrana e vergelle tipiche del XVIII secolo realizzate appositamente per questa stampa), fregi e illustrazioni, oltre alle splendide tavole illustrative del Vesalio incise da Orell Fuessli, Arts Graphiques S.A. di Zurigo e protette da velina. Il testo è composto su caratteri tipografici Bembo dalla Typographie genevoise. Edizione di lusso in 215 esemplari (il ns.114). «With contribution by Marc-Auguste Borgeaud on Thomas Geminus and a bibliography of the editions of the XVIth century, by Pierre Rentchnik placing the works of Vesalius in his period, by Jacques Roger on the anatomical plates of the human body ordered by Henry VIII king of England, by Jean-Aimé Baumann on the anatomical modifications of Geminus in connection with the 1543 edition, by Etienne-Denis Braillard on the technical aspects of the illustration, by Roger Joris with a notice biographique & éditions du XVIe siècle, and by Gary Hampton with an English translation of the various texts» [Biesbrouck. Vesalius Bibliography n.42]. In perfetto stato di conservazione.

      [Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi]
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        Roosevelt After Inauguration

      F*ck You Press, New York 1964 - First edition. Covers by Allen Ginsberg. 24mo. 12pp., printed on one side of various colored sheets. Stapled paper wraps. Fine. Signed by Burroughs. A mimeo from the F*ck You Press limited to 500 copies. It contains the missing section from the Ginsberg/Burroughs's book *The Yage Letters* originally printed in *Floating Bear* #9, which led to the arrest of LeRoi Jones and Diane di Prima for indecency (the charges were later dropped). It was intended to be published a second time in *City Lights* but the English printer refused. Publisher Ed Sanders happily took up the cause. *Maynard & Miles* A9. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        ORIGINAL January 27, 1965 Invitation to the Nobel Peace Prize Dinner at the Dinkler Plaza Hotel in Atlanta (Honoring Dr. King for his 1964 Nobel Peace Prize)

      Atlanta, GA: Nobel Peace Prize Dinner, 1964. Ephemera. Single Sheet. Very Good +. 5 1/4 X 4 1/8 Inches (folded dimensions). Single sheet, folded. Scarce original January 27, 1965 engraved invitation to attend the dinner in Atlanta honoring Martin Luther King Jr., the 1964 winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. "You are cordially invited to attend a dinner honoring the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize Winner - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - an Atlanta Citizen on Wednesday, January 27, 1965 - Seven o'clock in the evening at the Dinkler Plaza Hotel - Atlanta, Georgia" The invitation contains the rather lengthy list of sponsors, including Rabbi Jacob M. Rothschild, Jessie Hill Jr., Ralph McGill and Senator Leroy Johnson. Return R.S.V.P. instructions at top. A rare memento of one of the shining moments in the Civil Rights movement of the 1960's in America. The Nobel Peace Prize and the handling of Dr. King's honors in the city of Atlanta brought out the best and worst in the city. The surprising award to Dr. King had a polarizing effect on his opposition. The Civil Rights movement in America was now center-stage of a global theater. Rumors of KKK protests and violence surrounded the night, although not much happened in the end. A few spots, else fine.

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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING)

      New York: Knopf, 1964. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good +. Joseph Schindelman. 6 1/4 X 9 1/2 Inches. 162 Pages plus colophon page. TRUE 1st state copy! Original price of $3.95 intact on front flap. Correct "Six Line" colophon information on colophon page. Original red cloth boards are fresh and bright. Original dust jacket has one very slight 1/8 inch closed tear to the top of the front cover that is almost unnoticeable. Slight toning to spine of dust jacket. Overall, a clean and very bright example. One of the finest copies we have ever seen and most certainly one of the finest surviving copies.

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        Prints from the Mourlot Press. Exhibition Sponsored by the French Embassy Circulated by the Traveling Exhibition Service of the National Collection of Fine Arts Smithsonian Institution 1964 - 1965

      Mourlot Printing Press, Paris 1964 - Ouvrage en langue anglaise, texte de Jean Adhémar (1908-1987), traduit en anglais par Benita Eisler. Exposition sponsorisée par l'ambassade de France, manifestation de l'amitié franco-américaine (U.S.A.). Partiellement paginé, environ 77 pages. 22 oeuvres présentées, principalement des lithographies originales. Contenu/Contents : Chagall, cover original lithograph ; Picasso, drawing + original lithograph ; Miró, original Lithograph ; Acknowledgments by S. Dillon Ripley ; Braque, reproduction of a gouache ; Beaudin, o. litho. ; Preface by Jean Adhémar ; Estève, o. litho. ; Villon, reproduction of a painting ; original lithographs of Matisse, Guiramand, Florsheim, Cathelin, Brasilier, Brianchon, Cocteau, Minaux, Jenkins, Calder, Kito, Giacometti, Manessier and Glarner. This book was finished in Paris on 27th october 1964. The original lithographs and the reproductions were printed on the presses of Mourlot. The edition has been limited to 2000 copies on Vélin d'Arches and 200 on Vélin de Rives reserved for the artists, the staff and the friends of the Imprimerie Mourlot. This exhibition was a manifestation of Franco-American friendship. Soft cover. Couverture souple. Etat : Bon état, état d'ancienneté. Petites traces sur la couverture. Intérieur : bon, quelques pages (les pages en fin de volume) sont assez fortement impactées par de l'oxydation, à la manière d'un saupoudrage, peut déranger. Condition : good, old condition. A few marks on the cover. Some of the last pages show light to heavier oxydation, might disturb. 29.5 x 21.7 x 1.7 cm 500g. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        LUDWIG KLAGES SÄMTLICHE WERKE* Der Geist als Widersacher der Seele 1.-5. Buch. 14 Bände (vollständig!). Band Nr. 1-9 plus 5 Supplementbände. Band 1: Philosophie I (Der Geist als Widersacher der Seele 1.-4. Buch); Band 2: Philosophie II (Der Geist als Widersacher der Seele 5. Buch); Band 3: Philosophie III (Philosophische Schriften); Band 4: Charkterkunde I; Band 5: Charakterkunde II; Band 6: Ausdruckskunde; Band 7: Graphologie I; Band 8: Graphologie II; Band 9: Register zu Band 1 bis 8. Plus 5 Supplementbände, davon 3 Bände: Die Geschichte seines Lebens: 1. Teil: Die Jugend, 2. Teil: Das Werk (1. Halbband 1905-1920), 3. Teil: Das Werk (2. Halbband 1920-1956) sowie 2 Bände: Werk und Wirkung Band 1+2 (Hans Kasdorff).

      Bouvier Verlag, Bonn 1964 (bis 2000) - Goldprägung auf dem Buchrücken, Band 3 sowie Supplementbände ohne Schutzumschlag, 2 Supplementbände sind folierte ehemalige Bibliotheksexemplare, Einband mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren, Schutzumschlag mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren, insgesamt SEHR GUTER Zustand! Alle Bände 11500 Seiten Deutsch 25000g Gr. 8° (22,5-25 cm), Hardcover mit Schutzumschlag, Leinen-Einband [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hypnerotomachia Poliphili. Edizione critica e commento a cura di Giovanni Pozzi e Lucia A. Ciapponi. Volume primo, testo [-Volume secondo, Commento].

      Editrice Antenore (Stamperia Valdonega), 1964. 2 volumi in folio piccolo (322x215 mm). 468 e 343 p. Illustrato secondo l'edizione originale. Legatura editoriale in piena pelle decorata con cornici e piccoli fregi in oro ai piatti, titolo in oro su tassello applicato al dorso a cinque nervi; taglio superiore dorato, gli altri in barbe. In custodia con labbri in pelle. Edizione a tiratura limitata a 1300 esemplari di cui 600 fuori commercio impressi su carta Ventura di Cernobbio con carattere "Poliphilo" per il primo volume contenente il testo, e "Bembo" per il secondo di commento. Si tratta della prima riedizione del testo dopo l'ultima versione del 1545, con le esatte xilografie dell'incunabolo del 1499 e l'imprescindibile contributo critico di Lucia Ciapparoni e di padre Giovanni Pozzi; uno dei rari esemplari rilegati in piena pelle.

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        16 CIRCUS DRAWINGS BY ALEXANDER CALDER (CALDER'S CIRCUS) - PORTFOLIO WITH SIXTEEN LITHOGRAPHS SIGNED BY THE ARTIST

      (CALDER, ALEXANDER). Miro, Joan, Cleve Gray & Alexander Calder. 16 CIRCUS DRAWINGS BY ALEXANDER CALDER (CALDER'S CIRCUS) - PORTFOLIO WITH SIXTEEN LITHOGRAPHS SIGNED BY THE ARTIST. Signed by the Artist. New York: Art in America & Perls Gallery, 1964. First Edition. Folio. Loose Plates in Portfolio. Artist Monograph. Good/No Jacket - As Issued. np (4pp), 1 b&w illustration + 16 b&w offset lithographic plates laid into a decorative cloth portfolio. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "Calder's Circus" was the miniature installation of whimsical wire figures created by American artist Alexander Calder during the twenties and thirties. Co-published by Calder's longtime New York gallerist Klaus Perls and "Art in America" magazine in conjunction with a 1964 exhibition of vintage circus-related works on paper held at Perls Galleries, "16 Circus Drawings" reproduces sixteen drawings from 1931 and 1932 as offset lithographs in black ink on heavy cream-colored paper housed in a decorative cloth portfolio. An internally handsome, well-preserved example of the exceedingly uncommon 1964 trade edition - issued unsigned and unnumbered - into which a lovely copy of the Perls Galleries announcement additionally BOLDLY SIGNED AND DATED "CA / dato 13 Oct 64" in blue ink by the artist for a member of the Perls staff at the opening has been laid in. The yellow portfolio interior is still bright with the three plastic clips designed to hold the plates in place complete and present, while the exterior cloth shows some wear, abrading, soiling, and traces of moisture. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 025683

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        Katalog der Galerie Beyeler. Basel. éditions Galerie Beyeler 1964. 29,6 x 23,5 cm. 66 nicht nummerierte Blätter mit 104 meist ganzseitigen Abbildungen und 1 signierten Originalradierung von Alberto Giacometti. Originalleinenband mit illustriertem Originalumschlag.

      éditions Galerie Beyeler, 1964. Originalausgabe. Der Katalog führt 142 Werke von Alberto Giacometti auf, die alle aus dem Besitz der Galerie Beyeler stammen und 1963 in der Galerie ausgestellt wurden. Dem Katalog ist ein Text von Michel Leiris und ein mehrseitiger Brief Giacomettis an Pierre Matisse vorangestellt. Alle Fotos des Buches stammen von Ernst Scheidegger. Die Abbildungen werden begleitet von Zitaten, die den Gesprächen von André Parinaud mit Alberto Giacometti entnommen wurden. Unser Exemplar ist als „hc" (hors commerce) gekennzeichnet und enthält wie die 150 Exemplare der Vorzugsausgabe die signierte Originalradierung „sculptures dans l'atelier" von Alberto Giacometti. Referenz: Lust, Giacometti. The complete Graphics, 185 mit Abbildung auf Seite 142

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        The Conversion of the Jews and Other Stories

      The Eihosha Ltd., Tokyo 1964 - First edition thus, titled thus, a three story selection of stories from *Goodbye, Columbus* published for Japanese students. Small octavo. 144pp. Text of the stories in English; includes a glossary of terms, both vernacular English and Jewish related terms. Fine in printed wrappers and fine dustwrapper. An oddity and very uncommon. No copies in the trade (as of 02/15); *OCLC* locates a single copy (Western Michigan University). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Pascal et les Roannez. Thèse pour le Doctorat ès Lettres [ Tapuscrit original enrichi des nombreuses corrections autographes de l'auteur ]

      3 vol. in-4 sous classeur mobile, 897 pp. tapuscrites avec le Visa et permis d'imprimer du Doyen de la Faculté des lettres daté du 10 décembre 1964 (signature de Marcel Durry) Important tapuscrit original, annoté et corrigé par Jean Mesnard, de sa thèse de doctorat d'Etat ès Lettres, portant le permis d'imprimer. Exemplaire unique de l'importante thèse du grand spécialiste de Pascal. De la bibliothèque de Jean Mesnard (1921-2016), l'éminent spécialiste de Pascal et de la littérature du XVIIe siècle, normalien, agrégé de lettres, professeur à la Sorbonne et doyen de l'Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques. Français

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        Set of Two Different Exhibition Catalogs for Mouvement 2

      Paris: Galerie Denise Rene, 1964. Two catalogues, each consisting of 12 die-cut circles attached to each other, printed in color on the recto and verso of each. Each catalog folds out into a 3 by 4 grid. Both catalogs designed for this important early exhibition devoted to kinetic and op art, a successor to the original Mouvement exhibition the decade prior at the same gallery. The catalogs were designed by the Franco-Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, who had taken part in the Bewogen Beweging exhibition in 1961. The two catalogs have a different color scheme and design, but are both for the same show, and both contain reproductions of the same works and print the same text by Jean Cassou. Of the two, the blue catalog on glossy paper stock seems to be much less encountered than the red and green version - this is the first example we've handled of it. With contributions from Cruz-Diez and Lygia Clark, Alexander Calder, Jean Tinguely, Josef Albers, Gregorio Vardanega, Equipo 57, Enzo Mari, Alviani Getulio, Abraham Palatnik, Victor Vasarely, Toni Costa, Harry Kramer, Horacio Garcia-Rossi, Yvaral, Lillian Florsheim, Jacob Agam, Charles Gerstner, Jesu-Raphaël Soto, Luis Tomasello, Edwin Mieczkowski, Uli Pohl, Antonio Virduzzo, Francis R. Hewitt, Francisco Sobrino, Joël Stein, Günther Fruhtrunk, Keith Potts, Julio Le Parc, Bernard Lassus, Yvan Picelj, George rickey, François Morellet, Nicolas Schoffer, Richard Lohse, Heinz Mack, Ed Sommer, Eric Olson, Hugo Demarco, Richard Mortensen, Ernst Benkert, Anuszkiewicz, Walter Zehringer, Michel Seuphor, Lily Greenham, Martha Boto, Paul Talman, and Sergio de Camargo. Selz, Directions in Kinetic Sculpture, p. 64. Both catalogs show light handling creases, else near fine. For both:.

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        How It Is. Translated from the French by the Author

      John Calder, London 1964 - Signed Limited Edition of 100 Copies (Series A, Bound Vellum). 8vo. Publishers Full Vellum Gilt in Original Slightly Worn Slipcase. t.e.g. Others Uncut. A Near Fine Book. Slight Finger Soiling and a Few Minor Blemishes to Boards. Partly Unopened. PBFA Member. We Welcome Direct Contact With Our Customers. If You Require Any Further Information or Images Please Click On 'Ask Bookseller a Question' Link. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Neil Ewart]
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        3 autogr. letters signed.

      Paris and n. p., 1963 and 1964. - Large 4to and (oblong 8vo). Altogether (2+2+1 =) 5 pp. on 3 ff. With one autogr. envelope. To the German publisher Joseph Melzer, on being distressed by Melzer's fate, which he had to go through during these days. He had spoken to Margarete Susman in Zurich on that case, and recommends the German writer Paul Schallück to whom Melzer should turn to as the only one "who has a hand to help and an ear to listen [.] You see: I have just a word of helplessness to say . and only a little hope searching for a space in what we have in common [.]" (7. VI. 1963; transl. from the German original). - Each with punched holes (not touching text).

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        CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. Points of issue: Mustard endpapers. Top edge dyed chocolate. No ICBN number present. Four lines after "Type set in Bembo" in the colophon. Page 73 mentions "Pygmies". Price of $3.95 present on front blurb. Closed 1/2" tear bottom of p.29, slight thinning small area bottom p.31. Both defects are quite small and are result of paper defects at time of printing. (See photos). Dust jacket and book are as close to fine as a used book can get! Illustrations by Joseph Schindelman. This classic tale of Charlie Bucket's visit to Willy Wonka's chocolate factory appeared first in the United States, three years before the first British edition. 162pp.. First Edition, Second State. Brick Cloth. Nearly Fine/Nearly Fine. Octavo.

      [Bookseller: Glenn Books]
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        Architecture of the IBM System" in IBM Journal of Research and Development, Volume 8, 2, April 1964, pp. 87-101

      APRIL 1964 FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST SEPARATION OF ARCHITECTURE FROM DESIGN, THE FIRST DESCRIPTION OF IBM'S FLAGSHIP BUSINESS COMPUTER, IBM SYSTEM/360 (S/360) BY ITS ARCHITECT. IBM System/36- "was the first family of computers designed to cover the complete range of applications, from small to large, both commercial and scientific. The design made a clear distinction between architecture and implementation, allowing IBM to release a suite of compatible designs at different prices" (Wikipedia). "The term 'computer architecture' was coined by IBM in 1964 for use with the IBM 360. Amdahl, Blaaus, and Brooks [1964] used the term to refer to the programmer-visible portion of the instruction set. They believed that a family of machines of the same architecture should be able to run the same software. Although this idea may seem obvious to us today, it was quite novel at the time. IBM, even though it was the leading company in the industry, had five different architectures before the 360. Thus, the notion of a company standardizing on a single architecture was a radical one. The 360 designers hoped that six different divisions of IBM could be brought together by defining a common architecture. Their definition of 'architecture' was 'the strucutre of a computer that a machine language programmer must understand to write a correct (timing independent) program for that machine" (Hennessy, Computer Architecture, 1-2). CONDITION & DETAILS: New York: IBM. Quarto [11 x 8 inches; 275 x 200mm]. Bound in original wraps and housed in three-quarter custom maroon cloth clamshell case; brown gilt-lettered calf at the spine. Full issue. The clamshell case is pristine and the journal is in near fine condition.

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        'Quantum of Solace' (A James Bond Story) contained within 'Cosmopolitan' magazine, Volume 146, Number 5, May 1959

      New York: Hearst Corporation. 1964. Pp.136. Magazine format, illustrated. Original price: 35 cents. Small bump to head of spine else a fine copy. The story appears on pages 90–7, with two colour plates and decorative titles by Bob Peak, who would later produce the artwork for the 1977 film adaptation of The Spy Who Loved Me and the concept artwork for the 1989 film 'Licence to Kill'. This version of the front cover features the tag-line 'Special California Issue' -a second style is recorded with the banner 'The Rush for Gold and Happiness'. This was the very first James Bond short story to appear in America or Great Britain and is therefore an important publication

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore

      New York: New Directions. 1964. First. First edition, second issue (of three) with pages 19-22 tipped in and Scene two starting on page 21 (approximately only 50 copies of the first issue were produced). Fine in a slightly age-toned, very near fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by Williams to actress Ruth Ford: "Dear Love with all my heart, Tennessee." In Williams' Memoirs he refers to Ford as "the wise and lovely actress, Ruth Ford, who seems to have been born with more worldly wisdom than I have accumulated even at this point in life." Ford, the Mississippi-born sister of surrealist author Charles Henri Ford, was a beautiful model and actress, first in Orson Welles's Mercury Theatre, and later in films and theater. Notably, she starred on Broadway in Jean Paul Sartre's No Exit in 1946, under the direction of John Huston (the last of five Broadway plays he directed). Her apartment in the Dakota became a salon for authors such as Williams, Edward Albee, Terrence McNally, and Truman Capote. A chance encounter between Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents in her Manhattan living room led to their collaboration, with her Dakota-neighbor Leonard Bernstein, on West Side Story. Similarly, she brought together Kay Thompson and Hilary Knight to create the celebrated stories of Eloise, the little girl who lived at the Plaza.Ford is well known also for her long friendship with William Faulkner, which began with her dating his brother Dean in the early 1930s. Faulkner was openly smitten with Ford for many years. He wrote his experimental 1951 title Requiem for a Nun, a sequel to his early and controversial novel Sanctuary, with her in mind. He further declared, to the consternation of his agent and publisher, that it was her dramatic property (Requiem for a Nun was a mixture of stage play and novel). Stage production of the title stalled for years, partly because Faulkner's experimental drama did not lend itself to live theatre, and partly because the producers were unsure of Ford's suitability. Faulkner was adamant that it was her dramatic property, and in 1959 she adapted the play herself and starred in its London production opposite her second husband, Zachary Scott. Her stage version received enthusiastic reviews in both London and New York, but did not fare so well with audiences and closed after a short run on Broadway. Ford continued to act on both stage and screen well into the 1980s. She passed away in 2009 at the age of 98. A wonderful inscription and nice association. .

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        Les îles de la nuit

      Paris, Les bibliophiles du faubourg et du papier, 1964, in-4, 166, (10) pages et une suite de 18 planches, exemplaire en feuilles dans une chemise imprimée en orange et noir et dans un emboitage de toile orange, Édition tirée à 150 exemplaires, celui-ci imprimé pour M. Lucien Mazurier porte le numéro 86. Le grand voyageur qu'est Bernard Villaret invente ici un roman qui prend pour décor les îles du Pacifique de la Polynésie. Le texte est agrémenté de 17 pointes sèches de Jacques Boullaire dans le texte et d'une suite de 18 pointes sèches hors texte. Joint à l'exemplaire : un carton d'invitation adressé à Lucien Mazurier pour le déjeuner du 17 octobre 1964 organisé par les bibliophiles du faubourg et du papier, enrichi d'un dessin original de Boullaire. Parfait

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        THE WINE DARK SEA. Homer's Heroic Epic of the North Atlantic. Signed by Henriette Mertz, with a small original pencil signed etching and a typed letter signed by her.

      Henriette Mertz, Chicago, IL 1964 - 180 pages of text including a bibliography. Hardcover binding is minimally sunned on spine and the top edge. The unclipped dustjacket is minimally toned on the spine; protected in archival mylar. Illustrated by 20 maps and plates, as well as four photographs. Previous owner's name neatly on the front endpaper. Page 38-39 lightly toned from newspaper offsetting. Includes a 22 line typed letter on Mertz's letterhead, written in 1979 to the recipient of the book, signed by Mertz. Included is an original etching of the figure with outstretched arms over Rio, pencil-signed and titled "RIO" by Mertz. The sheet measures 3.25 inches wide by 5 inches tall and is mounted on what is likely a book endpaper. This may have been (one of) Mertz's bookplates. The text is clean and unmarked. First edition. Size: Octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA]
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        Sprache und Bewusstsein. 7 Bände (In 9 Bänden).

      Frankfurt a.M. : Akademische Verlags-Gesellschaft, 1964 - Umschläg berieben, am Rücken ausgebleicht. Teils papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. - BAND 1: Einleitung Spannweite des Problems. Von den undialektischen Gebilden zur dialektischen Bewegung. -- BAND 2: Sprache. Von den Formen "Sprachbau und "Weltansicht" über die Bewegungsgestalten "innerer Charakter der Sprachen" und Weltbegegnung zur dialektischen Sprachbewegung bei Wilhelm von Humboldt -- BAND 3: Wege zum Bewußtsein. Sprache und Dialektik in den ihnen von Kant und Marx versagten, von Hegel eröffneten Räumen -- BAND 4: Die erste Revolution der Denkungsart. Kant: Kritik der reinen Vernunft -- BAND 5: Die zweite Revolution der Denkungsart. Hegel: Phänomenologie des Geistes -- BAND 6: Der menschliche Begriff -- Sprachliche Genesis der Logik, logische Genesis der Sprache: 6,1: Das Logische -- Hegel: Wissenschaft der Logik -- Die objektive Logik Erstes Buch: Die Lehre vom Sein -- 6,2: Hegel: Wissenschaft der Logik. Das Wesen -- 6,3: Hegel: Wissenschaft der Logik Der Begriff -- BAND 7: "Und" Die Sprache Hölderlins in der Spannweite von Mythos und Logos Realität und Wirklichkeit. Teil 1: Mythos und Logos. Teil 2. Bewußtseinsstufen im Werk Friedrich Hölderlins. Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 7550 Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag.

      [Bookseller: Fundus-Online GbR Borkert SchwarzZerfaß]
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